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08Aug

By Steve Schaeber, MACS Technical Editor We learned about Ford’s plans to begin building the 2017 Escape with R-1234yf refrigerant during a meeting with their regional parts and service manager…

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06Jun

By Steve Schaeber, MACS manager of service training Summertime is here, and that means many shops are feeling the full heat of A/C season. With temperatures rising, customers seeking cool…

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05May

View the May 2016 issue of award-winning MACS ACTION magazine

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08Aug

If your shop’s A/C  specialist is busy and you want to get the diagnosis started, you can assign the preliminaries to any technician in the shop. Here is what GM…

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08Aug

No automotive A/C  refrigeration system is completely tight, and cooling performance can  be marginal when the refrigerant charge is not correct. On today’s small capacity systems, that’s just a few…

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01Jan

Do you have questions on how to service and repair your refrigerant recovery and recycling machine? You can have them answered on Friday, January 17, 2014 at the MACS Training…

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06Jun

The Air Shop1351 E Borchard AveSanta Ana, CA 92705-4412(714) 285-0108 John began his mobile A/C career in May 1970, just back from a U.S. Army tour in Vietnam and eager…

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05May

 (illustration: Sanden International)Richard Hawkins is a technical advisor at 1-800-Radiator. He recently told MACS about a question he received from one of the company’s franchise offices.I cringe whenever I hear…

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01Jan

From the MACS Technical Think tank Mixed/Cross-contaminated Refrigerant When a vehicle arrives at your shop for A/C service, try to determine if you might be about to work on a…

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09Sep

Contaminated or unknown refrigerant must be removed from a system using dedicated recovery-only equipment, and properly disposed of.

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