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My a/c needs charged. where is the port to hook up the 134a hose. The one by the right front headlight is too big for the coupler i have

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  • langfels Mar 19, 2011

    What I was looking for was the location of the low side charging port. I eventually found it, but thanks anyway

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The a/c refrigerant should be charged up using the low side port hose of the vehicle's a/c system, this hose is usually the bigger one which is the low side. never recharge the a/c system using the smaller port hose (the high side) because it can blow up your freon can and cause bodily injury. always wear eye goggles for protection when installing freon.

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