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Searching for the location of the a/c low-side service port in a 2000 Monte Carlo to attach auto air conditioner R-134a

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Trace the 2 aluminum lines coming out of the firewall. The one that goes to the compressor has the low pressure port you are looking for. It might be on the dryer (silver cylinder).

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Look under the air filter box there you should find the lowside and the high side connection depending on the motor in your monte carlo, you want the lowside to add, this is the smaller of the two. hope this is helpful,

Posted on Sep 04, 2010

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The low pressure port in the AC system is between the evaporator which is in the heater/AV housing in the dash. The line between that part and the compressor is the low pressure or suction line. You should find a connector in that line that has a cap on it. When you take the cap off, it is a snap on quick disconnect with a "tire stem valve" in it. Be sure to screw the cap back on with you are finished.

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Posted on Jul 28, 2011

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