Instruction

BEFORE STARTING MAKE SURE SUITABLE HAND ANDEYE PROTECTION ARE BEING WORN.

IMPORTANT: During the complete test and filling procedure the engine and air conditioning must be turned on.

1. When to use the EasyKlima products?

If the level of gas in the air conditioning system is low or zero, the exhaust air will not be as cold as the charged system. If the system is totally out of gas it will cease to blow out any cold air at all. Using EasyKlima® Gas you refill your own system and have freezing cold air again. We offer also a sealer EasyKlima® LeakStop which can seal small holes in plastic and rubber ‘O’ rings when the system has leaked out all of its’ gas. 


2. How to recognize if the compressor is running?

It is very important to be able to recognize if the compressor is working. The reading obtained from the gauge will not be reliable if it is not known whether or not the compressor is running. 

There are three ways to check if it is running:
a. When you switch the air conditioning on you should hear a small 'click' and the engine should increase it's rev speed. This click is the compressor coming on. If you hear this then it is working fine.
b. If you are able to identify the compressor in the engine compartment then you will see it spinning when the air conditioning is switched on and then stopping when it is turned off.
c. You can use the gauge of the EasyKlima® Charging Hose. When connected to the low side port of your cars aircondition system the gauge reading should fluctuate when the compressor is running. Usually the reading with the compressor running will be lower then when it is at rest. Therefore if when you turn the air conditioning on and off you get immediate changes in the reading then you can assume that the compressor is working.


3. Obtaining reading on the gauge/hose

Firstly make sure that the tap on the hose is screwed completely down. Then connect the gauge to the low pressure charging port of the vehicle. 

There are two ports on a vehicle. The high and low. The gauge will only connect into the low port so no mistake can be made. EasyKlima® A/C Schedule can help to find those. Hold back the plastic ring, push the connector on to the port and release the ring, you should hear a click as the connection is made. Ideally the outside temperature should be above 15°C/58°F

a. Turn the engine on 
b. Set air conditioning in the car to its coldest setting
c. Use recirculation option (if applicable)
d. Open all vents fo 100%

e. Set ventilation on full
f. Take now the reading of your air conditioning pressure
g. 
Refer to EasyKlima® A/C diagnostic schedule

4. Adding EasyKlima Gas or EasyKlima LeakStop
Both steps are executed inthe same way, while maintaining safety precautions.

a. Unscrew gauge's valve. Shake the can well. Screw tightly on a can of EasyKlima Gas or EasyKlima LeakStop. Twist off about ¼ turn.
b. Lift the plastic ring, press evenly on the low port valve and release the ring.
c. Invert thecan. Twist gauge's valve to puncture the can. Again, unscrew valve. The can's content will start to fill the system. During charging the A/C system needle starts to vibrate which means passing gas into the air conditioning system.
d. The gauge reading should show you a pressure between 25-40 PSI.
e. When the needle will stopped to vibrate screw the tap back. Disconnect the charging tube with the can from the low port valve.
f. At a safe distance from your body uscrew slowely the can from the tube in order to emptying the rest of can's content.

AFTER EACH ACTION AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM SHOULD WORKAT LEAST 15 MINUTES.



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