Question about 1999 Chevrolet K1500
For the a/c, if caps are still on valves, blue side is low and red is high. Also, looking at the the valves one is slightly smaller. The smaller one is the low side. As far as the key cylinder, you must remove steering wheel, lock plate, and signal harness. then remove #10 torx screw. The turn key to ACC position and pull out cylinder.
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