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R134A Where is it under the hood for me to put in the R134A!!!!!!!! I see one spot but the end of my hose want fit there. Is the other end in site?

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What year is the car, is it retro fitted for 134?
Follow the A/C lines to other side of compressor try the fitting there. Other wise an adapter is available.

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