Question about 2001 Lincoln LS
commonly recharging port at low pressure is located at suction line of your ac system,on sample figure you can figure out recharging port.
Posted on May 08, 2009
There are 2 ports on the AC System. One has a LARGER fitting and the other has a SMALLER fitting so the hoses can not be hooked up incorrectly. There are usually BLACK PLASTIC SCREW ON caps that will help you find them. You are looking for a 13MM quick connect fitting. The low pressure hose will have this fitting on it and the hose runs between the compressor and something called an accumulator. That's basically a big holding tank that has a bag of dessicant beads inside it to absorb moisture. The high pressure side has a 16MM quick connect fitting and runs between the compressor and the condenser core. A condenser core is a radiator looking device in front of the radiator of the car engine. It's smaller but should look just like it.
There you go! I would advise that you take your car to a professional who has the proper gauges and experience to diagnose any issues. But if you just need to add refrigerant, you can do this with a kit from your local auto parts store. Get one that has a GAUGE, don't just use a hose. Also there is a tag on your car under the hood that indicates exactly the amount of refrigerant your car needs when fully charged.
Be careful and good luck.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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