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Trying to figure out which hose goes to which AC condenser line on my 2003 ford f150 with a 4.2v6 switched out the condenser and didn't think to remember Which hose goes where the names jayj any help would b much appricated

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Condensor has 2 lines,one coming from compressor ,one going to evaporator.

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LOW ON FIRE WALL RIGHT OF THE ENGINE .

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It is vacuum controlled from the front. Pull the panel off the by the rear evaporator to check for vacuum. It is on the left side in the rear.

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