Many things depend on what coolant it has. If it has the old R-12 that cost about $200 A 12oz can now days. If it is switch to 134A that is and easy $20 per can fix and any body can do it since many cans have there own hose hook up and all you need to know is which line is the low and high side so not to hook up to the high side
Re: fixing air conditioning in tractors in reply to Roger in Iowa, 07-31-2013 19:53:02
a friend of mine (serious tight wad) had purchased some R134-A at NAPA it cost him around $ 10 for a can he installed it and then he found out it was on sale at menards for something less than $4 a can he was hot! especialy when it leaked out in a week
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