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I NEED TO LOCATE a/c LOW PRESSURE VALVE - 1990 Toyota Supra

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If it's a MKIII supra, the low pressure port is right on top of the compressor.

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The low pressure valve is located between the condensor and the evaporator. usualy bt the passangers side firewall. just BECAREFUL not to try to use the high pressure valve.

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