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Can't find the high side port of s70 volvo 98 2.0

I am chaging and checking the ac system but can't find the high side for the other red gauge. I am using the gauge with the blue yellow red hose connections but can't find the high side to connect to.

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High side is by windiw washer thats all you need check pressure

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