Question about 2000 Chevrolet Tahoe
The low pressure side port is located somewhere on the 'thicker' plumbing vs. the 'thinner' plumbing coming off of the compressor.
The pressure should be 25psi to 45 psi when the compressor is running.
You can't connect the low pressure hose with a can of r134a on the wrong side (high side vs. low side) because the ports are a different diameter (size).
It may be on the accumulator as well, the canister looking part of the a/c plumbing.
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
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