Reading from the service manual:
INSTALLATION SERVICE POINT .>>A<< COMPRESSOR INSTALLATION If a new compressor is installed, first adjust the amount of oil according to the procedures described below, and then install the compressor. 1. Measure the amount [X cm3 (X floz)] of oil within the removed compressor. 2. Drain (from the new compressor) the amount [Y cm3 (Y floz)] of oil calculated according to the following formula, and then install the new compressor.
New compressor oil amount=140 cm3 (4.7floz)
140 cm3 − X cm3 = Y cm3 (4.7 floz − X floz = Y floz)
NOTE: Y cm3 (Y floz)indicates the amount of oil in the refrigerant line, the condenser, the evaporator, etc.
NOTE: When replacing the following parts at the same time as the compressor, subtract the rated oil amount of each part from Y cm3 (Y floz) and discharge from the new compressor. Quantity: Evaporator: 60 cm3 (2.0 floz) Condenser: 15 cm3 (0.5 floz) Suction hose: 10 cm3 (0.3 floz) Receiver: 10 cm3 (0.3 floz)
Okay. Replacing a compressor. Pulled off the old compressor and only about 0.2 floz came out. I have also replaced the condenser, receiver, and expansion valve. So the amount X from the old compressor is 0.2 floz. That much I know. I did not add oil to any of the other parts thinking I could just add the oil to the compressor. I am so lost with these formulas. This is my second attempt at installing my AC system and I really want to get it right this time.