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Where to locate low pressure port

Could you please tell me where the low pressure port located

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Both of the a/c service ports should be located next to the pass. side strut tower. the low side adapter may be hard to find though. If youcan not find it there, it is possible that the low side port could possibly be at the dryer on the drivers side front up beside the condensor

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By the strut tower. Silver aluminum piping. Blue cap on low press side.

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it will be in the line itself, the larger line, it will look like an inflater for a tire,should have a black plastic cap on it

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