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Air conditioning needs recharged

Need to know location of charge inlets

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    i need to know max amount of freon gas that a 1996 grand cherokee air sustem holds or needs..thanks

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First, you have to locate the thicker line in the compressor, then follow up until you find the valve to recharge the system, usually is located near by the accumulator bottle.

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