Subaru HFC-134a Air Conditioning Service and Testing

by | May, 2001 | Subaru, Subaru EndWrench Features | 0 comments

These service and testing procedures should be used to diagnose, service and repair Subaru air conditioning systems charged with HFC-134a refrigerant.

Subaru air conditioning systems are designed to provide many years of service, with a minimal a...

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