Question about 1994 Toyota Pickup
I'm assuming you are asking about the air conditioning hoses. If you are trying to add refrigerant you need to put it in the suction hose. If you are using the cans from the auto parts store, it will only fit on the suction side of the system. They have tried to dummy-proof the connections so you don't blow the can up. The suction side will be the larger hose. Also, there will usually be insulation covering the hose and or lines. The refrigerant port is just above the compressor. If your system has leaked off, try a leak sealer with an indicator in it. You use a blacklight to find the leak. If you really want the leak fixed without tearing the system apart use Superseal. This stuff is so good that it seals up the hose that comes on the can. You can't re-use it.
Posted on Oct 31, 2010
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