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2006 ford expedition where is the ac drain hose located

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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

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SOURCE: 2003 Ford Expedition AC not working

If the system does not have a major leak it could just be normal leak down through the hoses. If it is still pressurized you should be able to get a can of refrigerant (R134A) and a hose to put it in with from your local parts house or even Walmart. Unless you can see oil seeping out from hose connections or fittings it is reasonable to assume the system is not damaged.

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SOURCE: were is the low pressure port for AC fill located

Passenger side by fire wall under some elec. connector on accumulator, port point about 45 deg. angel towards engine.

Posted on Jun 29, 2010

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