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IF it has one it will be in the low side line just behind the passengers side headlight.

Volvo uses the pressostat valve to read the low side pressure via the diagnostic computer. IF it's a simple evac and recharge you only need the high side port.


FYI, if it's low pay attention to the weld where the condenser and accumulator support attach. they're know to crack.

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