• Digital Gauge
  • Easy-to-use
  • Protects and restores
  • Seals Leaks

Product Description

A/C Pro® Extreme Conditions with Smart Charge technology features a reusable trigger-style dispenser that wirelessly connects to your smartphone using Bluetooth® technology through the A/C Pro® app (available on the Apple App Store and Google Play) to provide you with guided, adaptive vehicle-specific instructions to help eliminate guesswork during the recharge process. An integrated troubleshooting guide helps users get back on track should the need arise.

The Extreme Conditions formula helps protect against extreme temperatures and high use with a robust lubricant specifically designed to withstand the high pressures seen with frequent air conditioning stops and start-ups. It has 2x the cooling boosters and has been independently verified to deliver the coldest air from your vehicle’s A/C versus the next leading brand of A/C recharge kits. Additionally, this kit seals common A/C leaks in rubber O-rings, gaskets, and hoses, and is compatible with all vehicles that use R-134a refrigerant including hybrids and electrics.

  • Refrigerant Smart Charge AC Recharge Kit.
  • Auto refrigerant kit with 2x cooling boosters to deliver the coldest air versus the next leading brand of car AC recharge kit.
  • Withstands extreme temperatures, high use and high pressure from frequent AC stops and starts.
  • Seals common leaks in rubber O-rings, gaskets and hoses to protect the system.
  • Includes a digital gauge with guided commands and an AC recharge hose for easy use.
  • Find the low-pressure port, measure the system and charge using the prompts as a guide for accuracy.
  • Contains approximately 18 oz of R-134a and 4 oz of additives.


  • The low side service valve is located in the line that runs from the compressor through the evaporator (firewall) and up to the condenser on the low pressure (suction) side of the system. R-134a recharge hoses will only fit on the low side service port on all R-134a vehicles and R-12 vehicles that have been converted to R-134a. If you don’t know where your low side port is, you can try using our low side port finder.

    The only fitting that the standard recharge equipment will fit is the low side service port.

  • The EPA requires that ANY replacement refrigerant MUST have unique fittings, charging devices and label. Therefore, the EPA states that “drop in” refrigerants are illegal. Furthermore, only R-134a has been tested and approved by the original equipment manufacturers.

  • No. Federal law prohibits topping off an R12 system with a different refrigerant. Your options are to locate some R12, however you must be certified to purchase, and add it with an R-12 recharge hose. Or you can convert the system using one of our R-134a retrofit kits that will allow you to now add 134a refrigerant to your automotive air conditioning system. You will have to make sure that you remove any residual R12 by having it evacuated prior to retrofitting your vehicle.

    1. Turn the valve handle of the charging kit counterclockwise until the piercing stem is in the up position. This will prevent accidentally piercing the can. Screw the charging kit onto the can.
    2. Attach the quick connect fitting to the low side service port.
    3. Start engine and put A/C settings on maximum cool with the fan settings on high.
    4. Turn the valve handle clockwise until the piercing stem has punctured the can.
    5. Turn the valve counterclockwise until you feel the refrigerant leaving the can. See packaging for complete details. Always wear protective gloves and eyewear.

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