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Air conditioning refill valve - 2002 Suzuki XL-7

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You need to refill from the low side service valve. Its usually on the left hand side and has a blue cap. This is a complecated proccess that takes special tools, if the system is completely empty. If its completely empty you need to vacuum down with a vaccum pump. You can rent from autozone.

Posted on Aug 10, 2010

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SOURCE: where is the low pressure

The low pressure side is the larger tube. The High pressure side is the smaller one!

Posted on Jun 18, 2009

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SOURCE: CHARGING THE AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM

not sure what you mean by refill cylinder, but there are two ports to charge a a/c system, low side and high side, you fill on the low side, if you are using a can you bought from wal mart or a auto parts store than most come with a small hose that connects from the can to the port, you cannot mess it up, the hose will only connect to the low side port, the high and low side ports are two different sizes, one is located on top of the engine by the suge tank area, the other is located/accessed from under the front right of the car, look for a big hose coming from the a/c compressor and just follow it till you find the port, the big hose is your low side hose.

Posted on Apr 14, 2010

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Servicing Port will be located along the low / suction hose of A/C between the compressor and condenser. The larger hose is the low side.

Its easiest to follow the larger hose from the compressor to the condenser to find it.

Some models even have the port mounted to the compressor or condenser.

Hope this helps...

Posted on Jul 24, 2011

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