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either the pump is only producing low pressure or the expansion valve is faulty ,you will need a special machine to sort it out as Ac systems contain dangerous gas and its an offence to let this gas into the atmosphere ,you need the machine to test the pressure and then empty the gas for work on the system and this should only be atempted by a qualified engineer
It does not have one,it has a orifice tube,and it is located right behind the cruse control servo,on the fend well,it is where the two lines come together.Remove the nut,it is in there,where the line is swelled.If this was at all helpful,please rate,thank you.
The auto vaccum that is needed to make corrections to the fuel input is faulty, check this out going through a small valve for failure. Even the tubing could be a possible fault. The fuel setting should be corrected for the normal idle and going up when the AC is switched. Hope this helps you .. Good Day
find ac lines going into firewall remove frome firewall that is where the e block is there is 2 bolts holding it to the evaporator remove those then pull it out it also helps to partially thread the nut back on the block it gives you something to pull it out with