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Where is the low pressure port on a 1999 GMC?

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On the accumulator. Passenger side near the a/c box

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SOURCE: Where is the low pressure ac port on a 1999 GMC

the large ac line is the low pressure side the port is between the compressor and the firewall this is where you charge from

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Genrally, on the dryer that is the silver canister on the left side under the hood, near the blower motor housing; you need to look for the black plastic cap. The low pressure port is the one the recarge hose will fit it wont fit on the hi-pressure side.

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