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I wouldn't use the low pressure as a gauge for determining charge. The high side is what you need to determine charge.

Reality is. You all are playing with fire without knowing what the high side reads. $10 for a obd2 connector and $5 for torque app is well worth the price of having to pay for repairs. And let's be realistic. This won't be the only time you play with your ac. There will be future cars. 🙂

Glad you got it working. <img src="http://www.cruzetalk.com/forum/images/smilies/goodjob.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Goodjob" class="inlineimg" />
Cannot use torque app with iOS, entire family is iOS lol.

Also on a good note, it’s doing it again.

I know strongly suspect the resistor pack/fan is bad and only shows up when it’s hot. It was relatively cool and the car was cold the day I did testing. Will make a new post and hopefully can get some numbers from someone.

I wouldn't use the low pressure as a gauge for determining charge. The high side is what you need to determine charge.
I second this - don't fill by low pressure side on one of these cars. You may inadvertently overfill.
Good to know.
 
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