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Idemitsu PAG Air Con oil

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Hi, i got some queries regarding the above.

 

Wonder whether it is compatible with all cars air con system anot?

 

Eg. Nissan Sunny.

 

Cuz i heard from someone, if incompatible (eg, diff visocity) will spoil e compressor.

 

http://www.idemitsu-ils.com.sg/products/products.htm

 

 

Any experts pls advice.

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One word of advice. Don't anyhow use. Auto A/C systems are in a class of their own. That is why your mechanic won't like to go near it and lets teh A/C specialist look into it.

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Some Bros in Mazda Club had used it in their ride as current Mazda's aircon is not that effective due to engine layout [:|]

 

According to them, the aircon become much cooler with the same setting as before [;)]

 

My advise to you is same as per Bro Genie's [;)]

 

For aircon thingy, get a aircon specialist to do it like Mark Cool [:)]

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i have done that and my ride is much cooler now. Its suppose to lubricate and protect the compressor, much like our engine oil.

 

Its pour into the low pressure aircon pipe, ie the cold pipe, and your aircon need to be using the R134a gas type. anyway only those 10+ years car are still using the R12 gas.

 

It works for Mz2 SP (my ride), Mz2, Mz3, Mz5 so far that i know. my guess is that its compatiable to R134a gas and as long as your compressor is running that gas, it should be ok.

 

I know Vios club also recently did a MO for this gas.

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i have use the idemisu air con oil on my ex ride, alfa and honda city.

Is good cool down the car faster and when rev hard, the compressor wun spoilt so easy.

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i got it from a GB from VOGS.

I nt sure whether compatible with Sunny A/C system anot.

 

I tink most important ting is must be using R134a?

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hw much dey got it for?

 

wonder if its compatible wif Sunny anot.

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thats where i bought e ting from. haha...

 

But no comments on Nissan whether can install anot leh....

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Hi, i got some queries regarding the above.

 

Wonder whether it is compatible with all cars air con system anot?

 

Eg. Nissan Sunny.

 

Cuz i heard from someone, if incompatible (eg, diff visocity) will spoil e compressor.

 

http://www.idemitsu-ils.com.sg/products/products.htm

 

 

Any experts pls advice.

 

For your information ,idemitsu is a brand for a compressor oil and there are many brands of compressor oil available in the market, but do you know that compressor oil like the engine oil also has it's grading of viscosity 150,100,46 ...... and it's better to find out your OE compressor oil before adding to it because it's will cause premature failure of the compressor

 

CHEErios! [thumbsup]

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Hi Bro [wave] Think the Mazda guys got it from a guy call John [:)] His number 91888088 [;)] Think less than 20 bucks including installation [;)]

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Yo bro,

 

The info was from those aircon manufacturing company which i got from the net and which i think the information was quite true or else why don't they just come out with one compressor oil with the same viscosity and that solve the problem!

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I will suggest u put up e link for all to c...

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