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Re: AC ports on 2004 F150 FX4
I belive it is by the a/c acumulator very close to the firewall, behind the batterie harness conectors, it loooks like a aluminum can, if not let me know and i will let you know by looking at my manuals tahnx, and please leave feedback
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The charging port is located in the larger of the two hoses/lines that come from the AC compressor, the fill port will accept only the right fitting from the charging source hose fitting. Before you add refrigerant you need to locate the leak, the refrigerant doesn't just disappear, it leaks out somewhere.. My guess would be the AC compressor front seal.
Look back on the firewall for the two a/c lines. One is large and on is much smaller. The larger line is the low pressure line. Follow that line back to the compressor. The low pressure port will be on that line.
Most likely low on refridgerant. ports are difficult to access .In front of passenger front wheel the accumulator is located. low pressure port is on top of it. Try and add a pound of 134a and see if it cools more efficiently. evaporators are common source of leak on these fine machines.
hi there. ...i can advise you that i have replaceed several transmission fluid temperature sensors (tft) for faulty readings.it is inside transmission and can be accessed by removing pan...hope this helps!...good luck