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Refrigerant access ports

I have a 2001 V70 non turbo where are the refrigerant access ports?

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if you notice the size of them , the bigger port is the high side , and the smaller of the 2 is the low side , you will add freon to the smaller port - the low / suction side .

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SOURCE: Recharging the REFRIGERANT for a 2001 nissan pathfinder

With r-134a use pag oil.

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Hi 1.68lb of R-134 refrigerant

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SOURCE: Port to add refrigerant to for the ac system.

The blue cap. It will only fit on one.

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SOURCE: AC problems on 1998 Volvo S70

yes it uses r134 a port located on left side top of car front view by the window washer fluid plug is blck unscrew plug add r134a while car is on and ac is on

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Port to add refrigerant to for the ac system.


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