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I put new dryer and compressor on 04 gmc truck I charged sys and shut motor off about 2 minutes I heard a hissing noise coming from fire wall do I have a leak in evaporator or does it have a pressure valve for when its over charged

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Neither.
You were probably hearing the freon gas equalizing in the system.
When you add freon it is generally in liquid form. And it can settle in the bottom of the condenser and evaporator. Once the system is full and has been cycled a few times, it should not make much of a noise. You may want to check it in a day or two and make sure it is full. High side should read around 200-250 psi. at idle.

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