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Is the low pressure recharge fitting on top of the compressor?

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It's hard to say, don't know what kind of ford, what model, what engine, the low side id the smaller of the to ports, you can't get it wrong, the connector won't go on the port if it's the high side

Posted on May 22, 2011

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