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Where is the compressor on the 95 Roadmaster?

Need to put coolant in car...we're burning up in 100-degree Texas heat

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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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