Question about 2000 Acura TL
For all cars, find the pipe going from the firewall to the compressor, its always located in that line
Posted on Apr 22, 2010
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Posted on Aug 28, 2008
You find the AC low pressure at the top of the compressor, orientated toward you , facing the front of the
vehicle. You can also follow the compressor line to reach the port.
The valve is covered a plastic cap covering it.
Near the compressor you find two ports, the high port and low port.
To find out which one is the low port, run the air conditioner for a couple of minutes withthe engine on.
Then turn off the care and touch the lines from compressor to the two ports covered with plastic caps. Only one of the pipes will be cold, the cold line will lead you to the low port.
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
You will notice the low side has a larger aluminum pipe, and along that pipe you will find the low side port. Anyways you can't connect the low side charging hose to the high side so there is no way you gonna make a mistake on connecting the can to the high side and blowing up the can.LOL
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
Valve is between accumulator and evaporator on the passenger side. Your van originally came with R-12 freon, so you will need to verify that it has been converted to R-134 before adding freon. The different gasses (and especially the lubricating oils) do not mix well.
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
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