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Adding freon to air conditioner

How do you identify the low pressure side from the high pressure side of the air conditioner on the 1999 plymouth grand voyager?

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Black Cap to your left, right up front as you open the hood. Next to the Engine Coolant cap.

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If your system takes R-134 then the fittings for the high and low pressure are different sizes. You should only be able to fit the connector on the low pressure side.

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