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Hey follow the large line that comes off the compressor all the way to the bulkhead, if your looking for the service fitting (low side) it will be in that line

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1989 s 10 blazer won't take freon has 55 psi on low side while filling with comp. On only 20 psi high side where should I look for prob.


Sounds like the fittings are reversed.
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You would need to jumper the low pressure switch to engage the compressor clutch to add freon. The compressor must be running.

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A/C low side ports are located on the 'thicker' plumbing vs. the 'thinner' plumbing coming off of the compressor.

Just follow the low side pipes from the compressor to the first low side port. It should also fit a quick connector onthe hose/can combination for r134a. The high pressure side port will not work with the low side hose quick connector.

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The low pressure piping is always in the larger diameter piping, and the high pressure side is always contained in the smaller diameter piping.

Therefore, follow the thick pipes from the compressor up to the accumulator, which looks like a large can of soup. On the accumulator receiver/drier is a port that connects to the tube that is connected to the can of r134a freon refrigerant.

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I have a 96 audi a4 and i cant find the low pressure valve to charge my a/c


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If you look at your compressor you'll have two lines coming off it one is bigger than the other that is the low pressure side. Follow it and you'll find the port, could have a blue cap or black but if you follow it from the compressor you'll find the port

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Hello< will try and help you.Try replacing the low pressure switch,and the high side compressor cut out switch,look on the low side for the low pressure switch(large line/hose).It will have to wires gong to it.The high side cut out switch will be on the high side line/hose,or in the back of compressor.If this doesn`t help Have the system pressures checked.If I can help anymore...roniecon@gmail.com

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