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Recharge ac r134a evacuation orifice - 2009 Chevrolet Traverse

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SOURCE: where is the low pressure

should be r134a for sure. follow the lines. you will find the port. what enigine do you have?

Posted on Aug 20, 2010

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SOURCE: is there a orifice valve in the a/c system of a

system have either an expansion valve or an orifice tube
is front condenssor dirty or plugged up (wash with garden hose pressure)
is blend door working. is there any cabine filter in system air plenum may need replacing
is the charged proper to much worst then to little freon

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Where, exactly, is the orifice tube located on my truck?


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