I just read about the A/C gas [also known as freon (and our cars use R134A if you needed to know.)].
DO: check for leaks after installing R134A with a UV dye.
DON'T: Continue to refill the system if there is a leak, not only is this illegal(at least in the US) but it wastes money in more ways than one, It costs about $3Ø to refill mine once, and R134A that mixes with water =Acid destruction of the entire A/C system.
Yep! I knew it... But I need to do another things first, for example, due to the climate situations from the end of this month until the end of march, I need to put the anti-freeze on it because it hasn't at all, only water... And it has another kind of problems, for example, with the start... The starter spins the engine a lot before it start... I already have changed the gas filter and a gas-pressure line that was broken, but the problem persist... And it gots no extra-tire, so I need to get it... Well many many things to do before major mods or, for example, the R134a gas for the A/C
Well, already a month with my Intrepid and it likes me too much... No major repairs, just maintenance jobs and a new "sticker plate" (I think it's the correct name)... Still no updates and no dark windows, and got the driver door power lock not working... MPG are around 23 (I spend around 200 pesos per week [around 17dls] in Gas)... I really love this car!
Oh yeah! I almost forgot... The user manual says that we need to use 10w30 oil on v6 3.3l engines, but my brother told me that is better to use 25w50 on it... Well, my brother is not a mechanic but he knows a lot of things about cars... Anyway, I want to ask: if doing this, may occur a posterior problem?