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How do you charge the rear a/c

Front a/c is icy but rear acts like it is low on freon. Where are the connectors to charge the rear air unit?

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THERE ISN'T 2 SEPERATE SYSTEM. ONLY ONE COMPRESSOR. YOU MAY HAVE A BAD EXPANSION VALVE OR BAD BLEND DOOR MOTOR IF NOT COLD IN REAR. IF FRONT IS COLD SYSTEM IS FINE ON REFRIGERANT. CONTROLS TO REAR PLENUM MAY NEED HELP. SEE IF TEMP CHANGES WITH REAR A/C TEMP CONTROL.

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