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Where and how to put in 134a refrigerant for air conditioner

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Go to auto zone and buy a 134 recharge kit follow the directions on the box, you will need to find to LOW side service port there are two ports with plastic caps on the ac lines you are looking for the one that is attached to a larger diameter ac line. the kit will ONLY FIT ON THIS FITTING so you dont have to worry, there is a label under the hood somewhere thats green and says how much 134a you should install be carefull wear safety googles and good luck, please rate -jeff

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