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My husband is attempting to fix my a/c in the 2004 sienna xle; but he's not finding the low pressure switch - can you help?

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  • kcpoole May 02, 2010

    You're looking for the compressor switch... or the low-side charge port?

    Neither - he says he knows where compressor switch is and the low-side charge port. But supposedly he's looking for the low-pressure switch is...

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Should be on the reciever dryer bottle, or infront of the condenser.

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You're looking for the compressor switch... or the low-side charge port?

Thanks!!

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