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The recharge valve should look like the air stem on ur tires but on a metal pipe with a small plastic cap you can remove its on the passenger side under the hood

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If the system is down already, the computer may have disabled the compressor.

To reenable the compressor, disconnect the battery for a few minutes and reconnect.

Charge the system with about 2 or 3 11 oz. or so cans of R134a while the car is running and the temperature is set to the lowest (say 60 deg. F).

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