Question about 2000 Lincoln LS
Put the freon on the LOW side. This line is also bigger than the HIGH side (in diameter). Install the hose to the can and the can to the line first!! Then START the engine with the car running and A/C on. Shake the can and the can should get warmer as you close the valve on the can/hose.As the freon flows into the A/C system, you should also hear the compressor clutch kick in-usually 2 cans should be enough..
Posted on May 22, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it is the one that is blue in color and has an L on it for low pressure. The vapor line is also called the suction line. If your confused, then choose the larger of the two lines near the accumulator.
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
Most likely what has happened is that when the thermostat went out the engine over heated and the seal of the valve gaskets to the plastic valve covers got warped and you ahve oil the has dumped into the coil pack area and it has caused 1 or more of the coil packs to go bad as solution #1 has explained. get the gaskets replaced, it sounds like your husband is handy. Its not a difficult procedure just a little time consuming. research the coil packs because at the dealership they are very expensive. People have had alot of good luck buying them on ebay.
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
SOURCE: diagram for a 2000 lincoln ls V8
there are diagrams try looking at the book that came with the car or look under the hood for it some where near the front, if this dosnt work try going to a website or autozone and buy the book for the car
Posted on Mar 23, 2010
1--Turn your stearing wheel all the way to the left, so you can get to the a/c compressor, (compressor is under the car, on drivers side, near left front tire)
2 --On the drivers side, Jack up the car, a black cover under the car conceals the compressor, 2 little screws removes the cover, look for the compresser, left side near the front tire, once you remove the cover you can see the compressor.
3--there is a black or blue cap on the end of the compressor, this is where you input your refrigerant.
4-- turn your car on, turn AC on High
5. connect the the refrigerant tube to the compressor, and allow 5 to 10 min for it to go thru your cooling system.
6. check your ac for coldness.
hope this helps you good luck
Posted on May 16, 2010
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