Air Conditioning Not Working (system performance, leak test) - Honda CRV


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I will show you how to find a leak on any A/C system as well as how to test the entire A/C electrical system with one quick test.
The procedures shown in this video can be applied to all R12 and R134a systems.

Tests shown
- how to locate a leak using soap, water and compressed air
- how to locate an EVAP core leak with an electronic leak detector
- how to test the compressor clutch
- how to test the A/C compressor

Tools used
- ATD Tools 3695 Deluxe Dual Aluminum A/C Manifold Gauge Set
- FJC 6909 3.0 CFM Vacuum Pump
- FJC 9281 Vacuum Pump & Gauge Set Assortment
- Meguiars M9911 Spray Bottle W/Sprayer
- Mothers 05664 California Gold Car Wash 64 oz
- Bayco NSR-2168B LED Rechargeable Work Light - 600 Lumens w/3 Magnets Lithium-ion Battery
- TIF Instruments RX-1A Refrigerant Leak Detector

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- A/C Leak Testing and Repair part 1 - 95 Jeep
- A/C Leak Testing and Repair part 2 - 95 Jeep
- A/C Leak Testing and Repair part 3 - 95 Jeep
- A/C clutch not engaging - 2005 Honda Odyssey

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