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Sure, go by a can of 134 with a gauge, read the instructions on the side of the can and put freon in till you hit around 45 pounds pressure on the gauge. Do not over fill the system stay under 48 pounds when it is really hot outside.
 

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If you haven't already, I recommend an evacuation and vacuuming of the system first if you have access the equipment, before adding new freon.

If you don't, take it somewhere. An A/C service should be in the $100 range.
 
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