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I need to recharge my air condition on 2006 town & country van. Where is the low side located?

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UNLESS YOU HAVE A MACHINE TO RECHARGE THE A/C THEN DO NOT ATTEMPT TO PLAY WITH A VERY DANGEROUS SYSYEM. This is a specialised piece of kit and without the right machine to do the job you could end up with serious injuries

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In front of the engine, about a foot down from the top and beside the alternator (Passenger side). The port nearest the hood hinge on passenger side and enar hte back ot he engine is the high side. Its a bit larger in dimension than the low side.

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