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Need location of valve to recharge air conditioning on 1997 GMC Sierra 1500 V8

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Some have the valve type that looks like a tire valve. Most newer vehicles have a red and yellow cap on the adapter. Red is for the high flow and yellow is for the low pressure flow

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