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A/c problems where do you fill the tank for the air condition?

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    The high and low pressure pipes have openings along them. you can find them if you follow the pipes from the ac compressor. you have to attach AC machine to the low and high side of the system. THEN

    1.RECOVER SYSTEM

    2.VACCUM SYSTEM (CHECK FOR EAKS AT THIS STAGE VIA WHAT THE GAUGES ON THE MACHINE INDIACATE)

    3.RE-GAS SYSTEM

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THERE IS TWO PORTS
ONE FOOR THE LOW SIDE , ONE FOR THE HIGH SIDE.
WHAT YEAR IS THE CAR ??
TNX

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