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12-Oz Interdynamics EZ Chill R-134a Refill with Oil & Leak Sealer

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Advance Auto Parts has 12-Oz Interdynamics EZ Chill R-134a Refill with Oil & Leak Sealer on sale for $4.95. To earn 2.5% in Slickdeals Cashback, before purchase, follow the cashback instructions below. Select free store or curbside pickup where stock permits.

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Features:
  • Restores lost refrigerant and oil
  • Contains leak sealer to help seal most common leaks in rubber hoses, gaskets and O-rings
  • Refill uses EZ Chill recharge hose

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advanceautoparts has Interdynamics EZ Chill R-134a Refill with Oil and Leak Sealer [advanceautoparts.com] 12 oz for $4.95 + Free Store Pickup
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These are called suicide cans because the sealers will kill your compressor. It's better to fix the leak by replacing the part causing it then refill with pure refrigerant.
5$ isn't really that great for this. Luke warm maybe if you really are in need of a can to revitalize your rubber components.. I just looked online and autozone has one for 9$ with the garbo stop leak + r134a

But seriously for most people who just need a recharge. Go to your nearest autozone or o reilly's and buy a can of their straight r134. Don't spend 20-30$ on those dumb cans with garbage additives and built in half ass gauges. 6$ gets your 12 oz of pure r134a, normal price; my stores usually sell a smaller 6oz for a little more than 3$.

Other auto shops may work too, but what you are looking for is an auto store that lets you borrow their AC recharge tool rental... it's free of charge, just a deposit. Buy a small can and do the recharge in the parking lot... takes no more than 10 mins to do it properly. you can even hook the gauge up first to see how low you are before you buy the can...

Watch a couple youtube videos before you go. Seriously 15 minutes of tutorials on 2x playback and you're good to know the basics.
Agreed. I thought those extra chemical to seal can harm your ac system even more and cost more than to replace the part.

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Thanks OP! Been waiting for a deal like this!
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Sweet I grabbed 2 at my store. ty
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good deal!
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Thanks OP...had some perks to burn!
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Thanks OP...had some perks to burn!
Same here, didn't know the $12 perk I had required at least $50 so I bought 2 cans and used one of my $5 ones.
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This is not a bad deal, but I hate that you have to use their special hose to connect to the can. I prefer the regular reseal cans where you can put your own hose on it.
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This is not a bad deal, but I hate that you have to use their special hose to connect to the can. I prefer the regular reseal cans where you can put your own hose on it.
It's a proprietary hose connection? Man that's a big bummer.
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It's a proprietary hose connection? Man that's a big bummer.
Yeah, it's proprietary (if you look at the blue top). The regular cans let you attach a hose on top where they have their blue cap
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Yeah, it's proprietary (if you look at the blue top). The regular cans let you attach a hose on top where they have their blue cap
Just picked up a few and the can connection does fit a regular hose.
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Just picked up a few and the can connection does fit a regular hose.
Are you using hose that goes on a reseal can or regular can?
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Are you using hose that goes on a reseal can or regular can?
I'm using the regular hose that taps into the top of the old regular cans. This EZ chill can has plastic threads that fit the hose and with a push button on top to disperse whatever amount you want
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These are called suicide cans because the sealers will kill your compressor. It's better to fix the leak by replacing the part causing it then refill with pure refrigerant.
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These are called suicide cans because the sealers will kill your compressor. It's better to fix the leak by replacing the part causing it then refill with pure refrigerant.
Agreed. I thought those extra chemical to seal can harm your ac system even more and cost more than to replace the part.
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