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Location of low pressure ac valve and type of refirgerant on 2003 chevy monte carlo with 3.4L

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    thank you location is dead center of engine up against fire wall refrigerant was r134-a thank you guys for your help as the last to days in MN were about 100 degrees. works great





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SHOULD BE IN THE FRONT OF THE ENGINE SORT OF LOW, IN FRONT OF THE FAN. IT HAS A BLUE CAP ON THE FITTING AND THERE IS AN "L" ON IT. I HOPE MY MEMORY SERVES ME WELL. IF ALL ELSE FAILS, THEN LOOK FOR THE LARGER OF THE TWO LINES MADE OF ALUMINUM, COMING FROM THE CONDENSER. WELL I HOPE THIS HELPS YOU. PLEASE KEEP ME POSTED. THANKS FOR AN HONEST RATING AND FOR USING FIX-YA. GOOD LUCK

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Follow the low side tubing starting at the dryer. ref is still 134a

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