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I need to put 134A refrigerant in my 2004 Grand

I need to put 134A refrigerant in my 2004 Grand Prix V6 Super Charged and can,t find the low side. The can of 134A I bought say it will only fit the low side but the one that looks like the low side the connector is to big to fit the hose on the can.

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The lowside port is located by the firewall next to the brake booster and the highside is located next to the air filter box towards the bottom.

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