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To add refrigerant to your A/C system, remove front passenger side tire, remove plastic inner liner of whel well ( I only removed the torx bolt that holds it to the fender and folded it back) There is a silver canister there with a small tube with a black cap, that is the low side where the refrigerant goes. Get the hose attachment wit a gauge so you don't overfill, and a can of r134a, I used duPont Suva, and follow the directions on the hose attachment. Cost around $35USD total and about 45minutes and I now have cool air blowing.
Just basically spark plugs and an air filter. The plugs don't need replacement until 100,000 miles. The fuel filter is located inside the fuel pump assembly in the gas tank and is not serviceable. It doesn't require a PCV valve and there are no adjustments available for the throttle body, idle or timing.
Probably a leak. There's a safety switch that disables the a/c if the low side pressure is too low. If the leak isn't too bad one of the refill kits with a gauge from an auto store might get you going again. Attach it to the low side port ... add refrigerant until the a/c works again and then add until pressure is in the proper range. A slow leak might require you to do this every couple of years ... if it leaks out in days or weeks you'll need a more serious repair.
on the side of the receiver can on the passenger side of the vehicle,or if these 2 lines are near to each other the one closest to the fierwall is the low-side service valve to add refrigerant i.e. R134A