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If you are talking air conditioning.....the low pressure canister also known as a receiver/dryer is usually on the larger of the two a/c lines.Follow the larger line to the receiver/dryer which also may have the low pressure side fill port on it or near it.If you are looking to top up your a/c system,NEVER use a aftermarket refrigerant with an EXPLOSIVE warning on it.These refrigerants are usually a mix of butane and/or propane and you may not want that in your a/c system in an accident situation where it may blow into your vehicle compartment because of a ruptured a/c line. Fire is never wanted in an accident.Use only factory approved refrigerants.
Posted on Apr 21, 2017
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