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I recently did some work on my cooling system in my 1997 plymouth grand voyager and i cant seem to locate a bleed valve to get rid of trapped air inside system..need help

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Your best bet is to have a mechanic point out the two inlet caps for the refrigerant--one on the high pressure side and one on the low pressure side. Ask if you have to evacuate the system before injecting new refrigerant. Ask where the sight glass is, and when you stop seeing bubbles, the system is charged, stop adding refrigerent at that point.

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