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I have an 2001 impala v 6 and I cannot find the orface valve

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Trace the steel tube from the condenser on passenger side you will see a tube with a nut on it and a sw-egged about 3 inch's long loosen the nut pull the tube apart and use a pair of needle nose to pull the orifice tube out, if it is dirty replace it also replace the receiver dryer at the same time.

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