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Where is the a/c charge port on a a2001 s-type jaguar

I cannot find it. or if so the charge hose piece will not fit

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    I have the same problem--can't find the high side port

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The a/c low side port is underneath on the compressor and a normal quick connect a/c guage will work on it charged one today. easy as 123. this car holds exactly 28 oz of r134. to much will cause high pressure and can result in locking down the system.

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I believe this car needs to be charged trut the high side,thats why the fiiting will not go on the low and high sides are different sizes.this should be done by a certified A/C tech. what ever you do DO NOT HOOK UP A 1lbs CAN TO THE HIGH SIDE,with the engine running, the result is a possible HAND GRENADE

Posted on May 09, 2009

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