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Where to add freon
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your service port will always be in the larger line of the two .. which is low pressure side. It might be in the dryer also which is low side.. your dryer is about 3 inches across and 8 inches long and also has your pressure switch for the AC compressor in it.. holler if you dont find it now... thanks Jerry
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
The ports on my 2005 silverado are on the same line,which is very confusing but, in between the two ports is the metering device (orifice) which changes the high pressure gas into a low pressure gas.The two ports are of a different size,with the low pressure being the smaller of the two. You can put your hand on the line, on each side of the metering device connection and the high side will be hot and the low side will be cold
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
Easy. find the compressor. The larger hose attaching to the compressor is the "suction" side. This is where you install the refrigerant.
The smaller hose, whether rubber or metal as it travels to the passenger compartment, is the high pressure side.
After installing refrigerant and as the compressor is running, the larger hose will feel cool and the pressure side will feel hot.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
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