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F150 5.4 pickup 2000 air condtioning

Would like to know were the lower valve is in the engine so that I can put freon in it. Please help

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Your system is a 134a it is not freon based. the lowside is the bigger port and usually has a large black or blue cap on it it should be located near the a/c compressor on the driver side where the line goes to the condensor. your high side should be on the passenger side near the dryer it will be the smaller port and have either a black or red cap. the ,low side pressure should be 35 psi and the high side should be 150 psi. please rate this.....thanks

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