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2004 Hyundai Tiburon R134a AC works off and on, I figured low freon. Tried my autozone gauge to read presure but the quick-connect dosent appear to go on far enough and wouldnt show any pressure. I then tried another line with an open can of freon but it too didnt go on deep enough to open the feed. The AZ gauge line and fill line worked on my Honda Passport which these fittings appear to be the same? Does this system have a different fitting? I know it was on the low pressure side, (smaller valve)

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Wrong system altogether,needs proper system,differant valve lenths and differant pressure.adrian,,,,

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