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Where is low pressure connector located on the lincoln ls

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The low pressure service gauge port valve is located on the manifold of the A/C compressor manifold and tube assembly at the A/C compressor

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The compressor is located under the drivers side of the engine and in front of the tire, you have to remove a protective plate to get at the low pressure switch. It is possible to reach this without jacking the car up, but it would probably be easier if you do.

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