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Where is the lowside port dodge charger 5.7 hemi 2007 to recharge my a/c


look for a port on the aluminum ac pipes on the driver's side of the engine compartment next to the suspension tower. Port might be on the underside of one of the pipes, marked with L.
Usually on modern cars the ports are pretty fail safe...you can't hook up to the high side with a standard DIY R134A recharger/kit.
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2007 dodge charger ac recharge connection

Mar 02, 2017 | Dodge Cars & Trucks

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Recharge freon in 2006 jeep liberty diesel


You will need a system evacuation pump and gauges do you have these tools? If not let the pros do this recharge or the compressor may fail again. Did you add AC PAG oil to the system?

Jul 03, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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My 2003 hyundai santa fe had a busted ac hose that we are replacing tomorrow. do we need to use a vacum pump on the system or can we just recharge with r134a with out pulling a vacum?


Answer: NO... you must/need to vaccum the system to remove moisture from the system before you recharge it. Otherwise, you could damage the AC system

Jul 02, 2011 | 2003 Hyundai Santa Fe

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Ac compressor clutch does not engage


to prevent damage to the air conditioning system there is a "low pressure switch" located on the condenser near the low pressure hose (large one) .. if the refrigerrant (R134A) gets too low then the clutch will be blocked from activating by that switch .. you can have your system tested and recharged or you can do that yourself .. the R134A is available at auto parts stores .. some come with a gague that is required for proper charge .. if you dont already have a gage then yoiu will need that one ... recharge kits often come with instructions .. other less likely but possible problems could be a fuse or bad AC clutch relay. sometimes damaged wiring or bad clutch will be the problem but much more likely just low fluid ..

Jun 23, 2010 | 1995 Subaru Impreza

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Ac won;t take freon


It might be an over sight, but is the recharge can been punctured?? With the recharge hose connected to the service port and the R134a can. close the valve and then open the valve to let the R143a empty out in the system. If you have done that and the compressor has not come on to pull the R134a out of the can, shake the can till the compressor activates to pull the R134a in to the system. In this case you may need up to thee cans, your system has a capacity of 1 pound and you only have a 12 ounce can. Good luck and don't over charge the system. Keep me posted, be glad to help.

Jun 26, 2009 | 2002 Chevrolet Cavalier Coupe

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How can I do my own AC recharge


Assuming you do not have a leak preventing a recharge, here are some basic steps on recharging:
http://www.aa1car.com/library/ac_recharging.htm

R134a can be purchased at any auto parts store..

Jun 23, 2009 | 2003 Ford Explorer

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My air is blowing warm can i use 1342a?


The real answer to your question is yes, the kit may work. Here is why you shouldn't use a recharge kit: Theoretically, your vehicle's refrigerant (R134a) should last forever. Your AC system is a sealed unit and the refrigerant never gets used up. The only way you can lose refrigerant is by it leaking out of the system. However, if your refrigerant can leak out then air and contaminates can get in. This is bad. A recharge kit simply injects refrigerant into the system. It doesn't evacuate the system of any air and contaminates.This is critical. Your AC system should be hooked up to an AC machine in order to evacuate out all of the air and contaminates in the system. The machine will then hold a vacuum on the system to verify its integrity.Finally, the machine is able to inject new compressor oil that also contains a dye that will enable the leak to be located. If you use that recharge kit, you stand the chance of over pressurizing the AC system and causing premature compressor failure. This can be very expensive. Paying a reputable shop to evacuate and recharge your AC system is much less expensive. If your AC system hasn't operated in over 6 months, it's especially critical that you have the repair to your AC system performed correctly. Your AC system's seals may have dried out and the new compressor oil will be critical in helping to recondition those seals or the seals may need to be replaced. Good luck and hope this helps. keep me posted if you need help to recharge the system.

Jun 05, 2009 | 2000 Ford Crown Victoria

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1992 fire bird Ac help?


you need to have your system evacuated ac a service center i wont pay more than $5o for that cause u got r12 in there n u cant buy that anymore then u need r134a fittings to go on urs napa has the good ones i wold charge yourself case theyll charge $70 dollars a lb for r134a that u can 4 $7

Jun 07, 2008 | 1992 Pontiac Firebird

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