R-134a PAG 46 w/ICE 32 Oil Charge (3 oz.)
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Interdynamics R-134a PAG 46 w/ICE 32 Oil Charge (3 oz.)

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PAG 46 Oil Charge with ICE 32

Product Features:
  • Low-viscosity PAG oil charge for R-134a auto AC systems
  • ICE 32 Lubricant Enhancer helps extend compressor life and improve cooling capacity
  • ISO 46 viscosity
  • Meets OEM specs
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Aerosol:Yes
Liquid:No
Synthetic:Yes
Volume:3 oz

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InterdynamicsR-134a PAG 46 w/ICE 32 Oil Charge (3 oz.)
 
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3.0

Not as much oil as it says

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from Austin TX

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      Comments about Interdynamics R-134a PAG 46 w/ICE 32 Oil Charge (3 oz.):

      The oil dispenses nicely under pressure, in case you forgot to add it before you pulled a vacuum on the system. HOWEVER, there is really only 1 ounce of oil (equivalent to about 30cc's), not 3 ounces as the description would lead you to believe. Probably would do better to buy the 8 ounce can, but you also get more propellant, so I don't know how much real oil is in the 8 ounce can either. I use a very short hose and inverted the can, installed into the Low side with the system running to get the last drop of oil.

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      5.0

      Works

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      from ATL

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        Comments about Interdynamics R-134a PAG 46 w/ICE 32 Oil Charge (3 oz.):

        Bought four, but only need one for my F150. Works great!

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        5.0

        If you know what you are doing..

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        from michigan

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            Comments about Interdynamics R-134a PAG 46 w/ICE 32 Oil Charge (3 oz.):

            Better know what you're doing.

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            3.0

            Volume misleading

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            from Columbia, SC

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              Comments about Interdynamics R-134a PAG 46 w/ICE 32 Oil Charge (3 oz.):

              Description says 3 oz., but it is 3 oz. total volume, with 1 oz. of oil.

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              • Q:

                After the presser valve opened and was replaced i added one can of freon and one can of oil charge pag150 to my auto . It's blowing colder than ever. However i wander if this will lubacate the o -rings and compresser inner parts for better performance.
                Asked on 4/18/2015 by Bob from Tampabay

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                  A:

                  I'm happy to help, Bob! That's good to hear that you have gotten your air conditioning working better. The oil that you put into the system will circulate with the refrigerant (R-134a) and lubricate the compressor. Before adding refrigerant and oil to your air conditioning system, it's best to check the capacities in a repair manual for your vehicle to avoid overcharging or over-oiling. This will also let you know which viscosity oil is required. If the system is functioning well now, I suggest not adding any additional oil, especially of a different viscosity, such as this Interdynamics R-134a PAG 46 w/ICE 32 Oil Charge (Part No. PC-1).

                  Answered on 4/20/2015 by Heath, ASE Parts Specialist from AAP
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                  A:

                  Happy to answer your question Bob! Yes this refrigerant and oil combo you purchased will lubricate the moving parts of the compressor. One thing to be aware of is to check the operating pressure of the system to be sure you didn't put too much refrigerant and cause damage in the future.

                  Answered on 4/20/2015 by Panda from AAP
              • Q:

                I am vacuuming ac system and need to know how much oil to add. Replacement of any part shuts the past couple of months slow to cool it is a 2005 Grand Prix base model.
                Asked on 8/5/2013 by Diy

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                  A:

                  With reference to your inquiry on the Interdynamics R-134a PAG 46 w/ICE 32 Oil Charge (3 oz.) - part# PC-1, you would need to put 2 OZ of PAG oil in compressor and 2 OZ of PAG oil in accumulator for your 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix. However, it is advised that a Section 609 of EPA Standards mechanic be the only one to perform anything with that type of system [r12] as well as r134a due to its effects on the environment. I would suggest taking your vehicle to a certified A/C mechanic for a proper diagnosis in order to avoid intermittence. For any further assistance, you may also call us at: 1-877-238-2623 or visit the nearest Advance Auto Parts store and one of our Parts Pros will gladly assist you with any questions or concerns you may have.

                  Answered on 8/6/2013 by Vincent from AAP
              • Q:

                What exactly does the can contain? How many ounces of oil? How many ounces of Ice32? How many ounces of R134A?
                Asked on 5/25/2010 by Anonymous

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                  A:

                  It contains 3oz. of PAG oil and Ice32.

                  Answered on 5/25/2010 by Kevin from AAP
                • A:

                  ID web site doesn't specify, but three ounces usually means one ounce R-134a pushing two ounces of oil. Lubricant is usually a percentage of the refrigerant charge as the refrigerant carries the lubricant through the compressor. This is why it is important not to have too much or too little oil in the system. It's easy to put in and hard to get out as it distributes throughout the system. Liquids are not compressible and displace volume for refrigerant. Excess oil can cause other problems. Normally, oil is only added when you've had a rapid loss of refrigerant (blown hose) or are changing an oil bearing component (condenser, accumulator, receiver drier, evaporator(!), compressor).

                  Answered on 7/3/2010 by Not Again! from Boston, MA
                • A:

                  I just read the can. The three ounce can contains 1 oz. oil, 1 oz. freon, and one oz. of ICE 32, whatever that is.

                  I originaly thought ICE 32 was an additive, a small part of the three oz. of oil. Probably the result is the equivalent of 2 oz. of oil. More to ponder!

                  Advance Auto needs to read the labels on the products they sell, and act appropriately. A call to the manufacturer before listing this on their web page could have stopped lots of potential mistakes. They need to fix the web description to end this confusion.

                  Not to do so is the mark of a company that doesn't care.

                  Excess oil, to a point, will accumulate in the bottom of the evaporator. A lack of 2 oz. of oil could possibly damage the compressor or shorten its life. That's what believing the website would result in. A/C oil capacity specs are not in our service manuals for nothing.

                  I do things right I don't like getting misinformation from Advance Auto's writeups.

                  Answered on 5/6/2012 by j14152 from West Palm Beach, FL
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