How much refrigerant does a car need?

I’ve heard some mixed things so I want to make sure I’m getting it right—how much refrigerant does my car need?

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Answer provided by
Natalie Todoroff
Answered on May 06, 2022
Refrigerant is a key component of keeping your car cool in the heat. You should double-check your owner’s manual, but how much refrigerant your car needs is between 14 to 28 oz. So, a mechanic should be able to top off the freon levels with just one can of R-134a refrigerant.
Keep in mind that you can’t mozy into any store and get your own refrigerant. Due to environmental regulations, only a certified technician can purchase it.
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