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    Automotive Service Valve Leak



    I'm a little confused about the access fittings you have.

    Are they proper R134a clip-on fittings or car tyre valve type schraders?


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    Re: Automotive Service Valve Leak

    Quote Originally Posted by Brian_UK View Post
    I'm a little confused about the access fittings you have.

    Are they proper R134a clip-on fittings or car tyre valve type schraders?
    Thanks for the note Brian,
    these are the standard (99 Holden) R134a clip-on fittings with integral schrader valves.

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    Re: Automotive Service Valve Leak

    After you take out leaking schrader valves, you should clean carefully the seat of where the silicon seal is pressed against the valve body.

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