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Need to charge a/c cant find port

I cant find the port to put the coolant, i have looked everywhere.

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    Frank May 11, 2010

    did you look at the very fron tof the car?

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Keep following the refridgerant lines until you find the low pressure connector. Sometimes it is tucked away in a difficult place behind the engine near the firewall. Make sure you've found the low pressure connection. DO NOT try to force refridgerant into the high pressure connection.

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