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Low pressure port to recharge ac in 97 pontiac grand am

Need to know where the low pressure port is to recharge A/C in 97 Pontiac Grand Am?

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I just found it. you need to go under the car it's just in front of the oil pan. Now Im going to try to recharge it.Wish me luck.

Posted on Jun 02, 2010

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