|Item Weight||4.5 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.7 x 2.2 x 0.1 inches|
|Item model number||00222|
|Manufacturer Part Number||00222|
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Red Angel A/C Stop Leak & Conditioner
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- Repairs leak points in condensers, evaporators, connection hoses, gaskets, and O-rings
- Contains no solid or particulate matter that will clog the A/C system or harm the recovery unit
- Contains 2.5 ounces of Freon
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I ordered the Red Angel (Amazon seemed to be the only vendor that had the product with a built-in applicator as opposed to buying an AC oil injector). The recharge process I followed was to run a vacuum pump (obtained on a tool loan from Autozone) on the system for an hour, then I hit it right away with the Red Angel, and then immediately refilled the system with R134A. The system blows cold air and has done so for a longer period than the last two top-ups not using a stop leak (it has been a month and a half since installation, the previous two top-ups lasted about 3 weeks). I specifically avoided the stop leak/134A combo cans sold at retailers, because most of them had warnings about how if the refill wasn't accomplished in a specific number of minutes, the stop leak compound could seal up the low pressure connection. On the other hand, the Red Angel product says that it stays fluid in the A/C system and will separate out with the coolant oil if the system is ever evacuated.
Keeping my fingers crossed that this is a relatively long-term fix for the problem. Time will tell.
Simply place on the A/C Low side Start your auto up with the A/C on "Max-Recirculate" Blower on highest setting.
Then simply push button/tab to use.
After installing the "Red Angel A/C Stop Leak" leave the car/truck running for another 20 to 30 minutes. Or just go for a drive. Reason is to make sure all sealant & Freon & oil is circulating properly.
If your A/c is still not as cold for you. This can has about 2 ounces of Freon in it. So make sure that your system is not under or over charged. Either way is bad for your A/C.
If you buy Red Angel's other version of "A/C Stop Leak" it has 4 ounces of oil. If you do not remove some oil in your A/C system this can hurt it & harm your compressor or other parts in system, The Red Angel with the Freon work very easy & your system is already being charged for you.
Now for what I used it for & why.
Sealed my A/C leak up instantly. I have a 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee which are "NOTORIOUS" for bad evaporators & leaking. If you were to fix the evaporator it's an 8 hour job. plus you would need to replace the receiver/dryer & orifice tube. A bill would be at $800 with parts & labor & an A/C system recharge. Save your money & invest $30 for "Blue Devil Stop Leak".
Also make sure that you write on your hood or radiator plate that your have a stop leak in your A/C. If not, you can be held responsible for the garages A/C machine! This cost at least $3000. Any foreign material can harm it.
Blue Devil says that this is machine safe. But to make sure just tell your mechanic! It will be the safest for you not buying a $3000 to $7000 shop item.
When I got the truly tiny can of sealant my first reaction was that I had wasted my money. How could that tiny can seal a major league leak. This was a last effort before bringing it to a shop where I expected to have to pay between $500 and $1500 depending on what they found.
I emptied the can into the refrigeration system and let it idle for about 15 minutes before adding another can of refrigerant which the system needed. It has now been about three weeks and the system still works. I haven't rechecked the pressures, but I feel confident that the leak has been sealed.
It turns out that it was money well spent.
UPDATE 6/8/14 - AC is still working brilliantly, and based upon that and the clean bill of health the garage gave me (mentioned above), I am a HUGE fan of this product. Giving it a 5th star even with the cap issue I mentioned.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I believe this product worked, since my AC is working well again. However, the hose attached is far too short to be totally effective. Read morePublished 16 hours ago by Amazon Customer
It stop my A/C leak just by purchasing the product and setting it on my shelf in the garage. I'll keep it on the shelf just in case it does decide to start to leak again.Published 4 days ago by Walter Taylor
I had a slow leak in a line to my rear ac in an E350 van. My service tech said the repair cost would be astronomical and suggested just topping off when it didn't cool. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Ridin1
I understand that the whole concept of squirting something into an a/c system and expecting a leak to be fixed is a stupid concept, but this product didn't work in the slightest. Read morePublished 15 days ago by C. Aaland
I took a chance on it, also having a Jeep with a leak and not wanting to spend a lot of money fixing it. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Brian S
I had my doubts about this product but decided to give it a shot after doing a bit of research. I am glad to say that so far I am extremely satisfied with it. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Randy Liserio
I used this on my 2009 Toyota Rav4 and it locked up the compressor. I had to spend $1100 to replace the compressor. Don't buy it.Published 25 days ago by Duane