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Low side compressor nipple

I can not chharge the air condition with raedy made R 134 can and hose. when I attach it to the low side compressor nipple , I belive it wont reaches the needle to open it up

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I think you just need a better tool for the charging.

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50psi on the low side is a little high. Sounds like the system is overcharged by about 10-15psi. Overcharging a system will cause a lack of performance just as much as undercharging with one exception, overcharging can damage the compressor. The compressor will engage with as little as 20psi although there's no 1 benchmark for all engines, 40-45psi is considered a full charge. Hope this answers your question.
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Posted on Jul 25, 2009

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SOURCE: 2003 yukon xl front a/c

{: ) Try to feel the the a/c accumulator for coldness. It is that metallic can mounted near the firewall, connected along the a/c suction pipe. Actually, 70 psi is still somewhat high. But anyway, if the accumulator is cold to touch, most probably the problem is on the front air distribution. Assuming that your front blower is working, the cold air could have been distributed elsewhere, to the other vents instead of the front vents.
It can be an actuator or an air vent door fault. There are also GM bulletins for this kind of concern like connector, wiring, or calibration issues. Depending on the retrieved codes by a scan tool, it can help narrow down the search and the cause, and eventually speed up the repairs. So goodluck.

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