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I am trying to recharge my A\C on a 2003 Aviator, but can't find lower service port

There is a port at the left side of the engine when you open the hood, i am not sure if it is the right one. I baught the kit from Canadian Tire and try to use it, but it's not working. Advice me please.

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SOURCE: I own a 2003 Lincoln LS. Can someone please help

the recharge port (located in the low side) is near the AC compressor, u will need to jack the car up and access the port from under the car, it is a pain, I seem to remember there is a splash guard under the car you will need to remove. Good luck

Posted on Aug 30, 2009

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SOURCE: I HAVE A 2003 AVIATOR, & I'M GETTING A CLICKING

I had a resent exp with this noise coming from my rear right... after 5 trips to Sears.... It is the parking brake shoe slaping around... ahave that wheel removed and the brake and the rotor... and behold the broken parking brake shoe will most likley fall out once the above is taken apart......

Posted on Jul 07, 2009

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SOURCE: battery is dead on 1997 BMW and cannot open the trunk.

yes a new battery and i hope you have not messed up the fuses and alternator by jump starting!

Posted on Aug 01, 2009

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SOURCE: 2003 aviator check engine on why? car has brand

There is no way to know why that light is on without a Scan. There are hundreds of codes in the cars today especially with the luxury cars that have body control computers.

Try taking it to an Advance auto or Autozone. They will usually scan if for free and that will give you a place to begin to answer your question. The radio problem I believe is unrelated. In my years of experience I have not seen the radio make the CE light come on. The CE light relates only to safety or emissions.

Hope this helps. Get the code and post it and someone will help you figure it out.

Posted on Oct 01, 2009

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SOURCE: Need Diagram for 2003 Lincoln Aviator Serpentine Belt

There are 2 possible diagrams depending on if you have a 4.6L SOHC or a 4.6L DOHC. This information should be on the plate under the hood. Best of luck!
Greg

4.6L SOHC
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4.6L DOHC

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Posted on Mar 02, 2010

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SOURCE: where is low side port for recharging a/c. on my

The port on the accumulator is the low side. The high side port is smaller than the low side. The low side port is the one that gets cold when the compressor is running.

Posted on Apr 26, 2010

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