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AC is not blowing cold air anymore. I bought some freon to replace it. But I don't know where to add it.

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Pop hood open there is two aluminum lines one is a high side the other is a low side you gonna see a gray or black cap on the caps is a marking with symbols h for high and l for low unscrew the low side and follow instructions from can good luck

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