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Where vavle for recharging air in 2000 ford focus?

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If you look at the top of the motor, you will see a silver pipe, sometimes covered up with a protective cover. If your air works at all this should be "sweating". At the front of the motor, or top middle you will see two valves with black valve caps on them. You will use the low side or the larger one to fill your system. Make sure you use a hose with a gauge as overfilling will cause the system to burst. I hope this helps, also if you look on you should be able to find a repair guide that will tell you a more specific place to look.

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