You add refrigerant to the low side port only, which faces the front right side of the engine compartment. The aluminum can has 3 fittings on the back and one on the front, that one is the low side port.
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Therm. is being held open causing the engine to not heat up to a full 190 degrees. make sure you put in a 190 degree therm. and unhook the negative battery cable for at least 5 minutes to clear the code. the system could need a flush too, with over 100,000 miles or 5 years
car over heating because thermostat faulty its stuck closed not opening allowing coolant flow from engine to radiator.hot climate need 50/50 antifreeze and water.straight water will boil away at 212 degrees. engine can get hot as 225 degrees you need add coolant to raise engine coolant boiling point temperature.
If you have the Auto temp control; and you have checked the coolant level then you may need to replace the module that is under the dashboard on the right side footwell,. this is a common problem on these cars. When you remove the plastic under dash panel, look up and there is a module in the duct for the heat that determines the temp so the Climate control works correctly. I pulled mine out of a junkyard car and saved about 80 bucks.