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Cannot find the ports on the line to rechagre the unit does anyone know where they are located at

I was going to recharge the air conditioner unit on a 1997 monte carlo, but i cannot find the vaules on the lines, where do i find where to put the freon in

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Remove the air cleaner box to find the accumulator and I think the low side charge port is next to it

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