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If you follow the big aluminum pipe coming out of the compressor, it will go to the fire wall, and somewhere along in there you will find a valve with a green cap on it that has the letter L on it, this is the low pressure fill valve. One of those little 18 oz bottles will fill the system and oil it and stop leaks, take the pressure up to 35 lbs. This valve is the only place where the hose will attach. Hope this helps.

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There is no valve. There is a small yellow cap on the port where you refill the R-134a. Sometimes they have a tag on them. But it looks like a big valve stem like on the tire. Remove the yellow cap and you hook the line from the can to that. You will have to shake the can while filling. And also have the a/c running when you are refilling. Otherwise the pressure won't bleed off of the compressor and it will not receive any on the new R-134a. Be sure to shake the can while refilling. Some of the refill containers have gauges on them. They are the best to make sure that you are getting the refrigerant in the system.

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