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Where is the Low Pressure A/C port on a 2005 ford mustang

Bought some R134 a replacement stuff but can't find where to put it in
there is a line with a black cap on it but the hose will not connect so I am assuming this is the wrong place

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  • cherylherrin Jun 28, 2009

    there are two lines from the compressor out one has a small port on it that releases the 134a coolant.. on the other side of the engine one line goes from the firewall to the condenser it has a larger port on it
    with a black cap... try as I might I cannot get the snap connector
    to go over this port - its like the exact same size..... am I at the right location? do I need some sort of adaptor ?

  • cherylherrin Jun 28, 2009

    there are two lines from the compressor out one has a small port on it
    that releases the 134a coolant.. on the other side of the engine one
    line goes from the firewall to the condenser it has a larger port on it
    with a black cap... try as I might I cannot get the snap connector
    to go over this port - its like the exact same size..... am I at the right location? do I need some sort of adaptor

  • cherylherrin Jun 28, 2009

    I found the solution the port is on the driver side near the firewall directly on top of the condensor black cap on it ... I had the high and low pressure sides mixed up

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Look for the larger ac line/hose it will be that one it is the small service port,the small line/hose has the high side fitting with the large port it will only fit one the low side some are hard to fit on with those single hose kit ,they are not made very well

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    Ronny Bennett Sr. Jun 28, 2009

    follow the large line/hose from compressor it will lead u to the small port,this is wher u conect,some of the hoses u buy to put the freon in don`t work very good ,u may have to buy a different brand ,,,tryNAPA auto parts they will have a better charge hose,no adaptor is needed ,this sould be a quick connect coupler so try that!roniecon@gmail.com

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