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Where is the accumulator/dryer on my car the part I beleive it is should be a small aluminum container with a line in and another out. anybody have a picture I could use to reference this 2004 civic sir or si for my american friends thanks RJ

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LOOK AT THE AC COMPRESSOR FOLLOW THE LOW PRESSURE LINE ON AC COMPRESSOR THE LINE WILL TAKE YOU TO THE ACCUMULATOR.LOOK ON DRIVER SIDE DOWN BELOW RADIATOR YOU WILL SEE ACCUMULATOR.HAVE DEALERSHIP DISCHARGE AC SYSTEM BEFORE REMOVING ANY AC PARTS.THE AC SYSTEM STILL UNDER HIGH REFRIGERANT PRESSURE DANGEROUS IF OPEN ANY LINES ON SYSTEM.THE REFRIGERANT CAUSE BLINDNESS IF GET IN YOUE EYES.THAT WHY HAVE SYSTEM DISCHARGED AT DEALERSHIP FIRST.

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