Question about 2000 Lincoln LS
Find it the low pressure port near the compressor under the car on the
driver's side. you have to put your car on a lift to get to it. Once you
put the car on a lift, take the plastic shields off and you will find
the compressor. it's in a very tight spot.
Hope help with this (remember rated). Good luck.
Posted on May 15, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: ac recharge
You have a large diameter suction pipe 1/2" and a small pressure pipe 3/8" coming from your a/c compressor, follow the larger pipe until you come to a plastic cap sitting on the line, take off cap to see filler valve. Looks like a large tire valve.
Posted on May 31, 2008
Both service ports a relatively close to each other. One is next to the Washer fluid reservoir and the other is on top of the Filter/Drier for the A/C system.
Posted on Aug 16, 2008
134A is the freon you need and to find the port follow the lines from the condensor back toward the engine and you should find the connection for the charge hose and make sure you have gloves and safety glasses on and try www.autozone.com to see if they have your car listed for diagrams pictures and step by step instructions if your car is not listed then try your local library they have all the car manuals and even copy them for you
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
SOURCE: AC booster recharge hook-up
You can only attach the the recharge hose from the kit to the low side ( A/C service port) and the cap should be blue with a leter L on it. Good luck and follow the instruction and don't over charge the system. With the AC on the coldest setting, use a thermometer in a middle vent. Normal vent temperature readings will vary depending on the (ambient) outside temp. The vent temperature should range from around 42-55 degrees in my experience. If normal gauge readings are obtained and the vent air is cold - STOP don’t overcharge the system. The only proper way to remove refrigerant is with a AC recovery machine so if this is being done at home I can’t emphasize enough not to over charge the system. And actually the best way to insure the proper charge is in a system, is to use an AC machine to recover the R134a and then evacuate and recharge the system with the correct amount. Most cars have the specified amount on a decal under the hood. Good luck and hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
looking at the front of the vehicle it will be on the left hand side up towards the firewall, there should be a black cap that will need to be unscrewed in order to charge the system with freon
Posted on Jun 03, 2010
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