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Were is the low pressure line to charge the ac in my 1993 ford econoline v6 , and why would the clutch keep kicking on when the air is off

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I just found the one on our van same year and model. It is all the way over on the right behind the two big air hoses hooked to the air breather. Looking at the compressor go over a few inches and then up and there it is.

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It should be right in the center of engine compartment just past the cowl

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