R-134a PAG 100 w/ICE Refrigerant Oil (8 oz.)
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Interdynamics R-134a PAG 100 w/ICE Refrigerant Oil (8 oz.)

Part No. GPM-7 Warranty Details  

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PAG 100 Refrigerant Oil

Product Features:
  • Medium-viscosity PAG oil for R-134a auto AC systems; ISO 100 viscosity
  • ICE 32 Lubricant Enhancer helps extend compressor life and improve cooling capacity
  • Meets OEM specifications
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Compatible Oil Types:ISO 100 VISC
Container Material:Plastic
Container Size:8 oz
R12 Compatible:No

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  • Q:

    I have a 1998 Subaru forester that I'm installing a rebuild a/c compressor. Have the manifold and vaccuum...notes from the company said I need 5.2oz of oil.

    since I dont know how to get 5.2 oz of oil from an 8oz can...should I just empty two 3oz cans and then 2 12oz 134a??
    (it calls for 5.2oz PAG-100 and 23oz 134a)

    many thankx
    Asked on 5/12/2015 by pat from NE PA

    1 answer

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      A:

      I'm happy to help, Pat! Too much oil could reduce the performance of your a/c compressor on your 1998 Subaru Forester. Small amounts over will not likely harm the system. If you are unable to measure the amounts and would like to be sure that the system is properly charged, you may wish to consult with a certified mechanic or automotive HVAC specialist.

      Answered on 5/12/2015 by Heath, ASE Parts Specialist from AAP
  • Q:

    This says 8oz. How much of this is oil and how much is 134a?
    IE...if my car takes 5.2oz PAG-100 and 23oz 134a...

    then do I use (almost) 1 can of this for oil
    AND two cans of 134a ??
    Asked on 5/12/2015 by pat from NE PA

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      A:

      Happy to answer your question Pat! This item will be all oil the R-134 just means you would use this type of oil with that type of refrigerant. The amount you use will vary depending on your system requirements there is no general "rule of thumb". If you can provide us with your vehicle information we can provide you with its requirements.

      Answered on 5/12/2015 by Panda from AAP
  • Q:

    IF I REPLACE THE AC DRIERS AND EVAPORATOR DO I NEED TO PUT OIL IN THE SYSTEM
    Asked on 10/20/2013 by UNCLE WALLY

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      A:

      Hi Uncle Wally, in order to assist you with this Interdynamics R-134a PAG 100 w/ICE Refrigerant Oil (8 oz.) - Part No. GPM-7, please provide the year, make, model and engine size of your vehicle.

      Answered on 10/21/2013 by Morgan from AAP
  • Q:

    where does the oil go in at
    Asked on 9/21/2010 by Anonymous

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      A:

      There is a port on the A/C compressor where you can install the oil.

      Answered on 9/21/2010 by Kevin from AAP
  • Q:

    I'm replaceing my compressor,dryer & condenser& suction/discharge line.Along with flushing out the evaparator.
    The vehicle is a 97 dodge 1500 5.9l with 134 refigerant it calls for pag 20 oil on the OEM sticker. Is the PAG 100 going to OK for my system?
    Asked on 7/27/2010 by Anonymous

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      A:

      it should work with your vehicle

      Answered on 7/31/2010 by skarakis from aap
  • Q:

    Hello,

    I have a 98' BMW 750il. My A/C compressor stop rotating on me yesterday and started again,It did cause some damage to the belt. So I replaced the belt and it was fine, But when I press the A/C button. The compressor rotated for about five min then stop again cause the belt to stop too. I imediatly turn the car off. The freon is full and it was blowing cold. I asked my machanic is the compressor bad? He replied the you unit could be low on oil. What are you thoughs? Thanks in Advance:)
    Asked on 7/7/2010 by Ty from Washington, DC

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      A:

      Yes it could be low on oil and causing the compressor to lock up.

      Answered on 7/8/2010 by Kevin from AAP
  • Q:

    I have a 97 chevy silverado and im replacing the A/C compressor and the O rings in the A/C system.
    What viscosity refrigerant oil should I use?
    Asked on 6/2/2010 by Anonymous

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      A:

      If you have R134a freon then you need to use PAG oil, if the A/C freon is R12 you need to use Mineral oil. And if you retrofitted a system then you need to use ester oil.

      Answered on 6/2/2010 by Kevin from AAP
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