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A/c trying to recharge but found that there is no inner pin in the high or low sleeve what to do?  can you change pin like a tire?

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Hello you need to find the low side of your ac line install a retrofit kit for your year vehicle it has the stem trace the low side line in dought look in manuel the the hose you are saying has no pin i believe is not the service port look for smaller nipple its usaully at the lower part of the motor your hood decal or radiator top support should have some type of picture if not go to the manuel goodluck

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