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Ther are two fittings in the system, the low and high sides. You want to charge through the low side. Following the line from the firewall(right side) on the Aluminum expose pipi there should be a fitting. The fitting is larger than the high pressure side and cannot be mistaken. The high pressure lfitting is smaller and on a small steel line coming from the condensor in front of the radiator. Both are accessible working from top of engine.

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