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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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First find the compressor which is attached to the engine. It is a round metal piece with a pulley attached to the serpentine belt. It will have two metal tubes coming out of it. If you can't find it or aren't sure, just turn the AC on and listen for it to engage (have someone else turn it on while you are listening).
Follow those two metal lines until you get to the two tees with plastic caps. One tee is the high pressure side (usually red) the other tee is the low pressure side (usually blue). If you are buying a recharge kit then it will only fit properly on the low pressure side.
Posted on Jun 10, 2011
with P185/60R15's should be inflated to 32 psi front 35 psi rear, except for 1999 models where it's 32 psi front and rear. But have a look just inside your door frame or glove box for a placard with the info on it
Posted on Jan 10, 2010
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