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Icon5 A/C High/Low Specs?

I was wondering if anyone has the specs for the high/low readings for the A/C on a ford ranger?

I have a 02 ford ranger with a 2.3L Duratech engine.

My static reading is 105 low, amd 105 high.

With motor running with A/C on high for about 15 minutes I get a reading of 35 on the low side, and 200 on the high side.

Any info would be helpful!

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30 on the low side is about the high end of the spec. 30 psi roughly equals a freezing air temp discharge.

There are special thermometers to stick in the vents to check temps, you can cheat with one made for a fridge as long as it has the long rod to slide into the vent.
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