Question about 2004 Lexus RX 330
There is only one fitting for the Low Pressure Side service port valve, the Hi Pressure port valve is different. You can call the service hose connector you have universal for Low Pressure (Succion Side) service ports, since it is the same in all vehicles.
If your connector has a turn knob on top, the valve has to be backed up completely, turned counterclockwise all the way and the sleeve has to be pulled back and released only when it is set all the way in order to mount on the port. If your connector does not have a turn knob on top, the sleeve has to be pulled back and released only when it is set all the way in the service valve.
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