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1996 jeep cherokee larado a/c recharge

I can find the high pressure ( cap marked with an H) but can not locate the low pressure valve to add the coolent ... every where i look it says it should be marked with an (L) but i have followed every hose and can not find it ...

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  • Richard Scordino May 11, 2010

    Follow the other line...it has to be on there somewhere

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The low pressure hose is the fattest of the two.
If need a diagram let me know the engine size .

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