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Punp has no high presure output

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Where is low side of air conditoner


There are 2 lines coming from the firewall on any vehicle that has ac. One is the high presure the other is the low presure. Follow each line until you find fill valve.

This valve is used to fill the system. It will be covered by a plastic cap that screws on. Each side, the high and low has one of these valves. Often the cap is labeled with an "L" for low or "H" for high. Another way to tell is to flip the caps upside down. The low presure side will always be the smaller of the 2.

Jul 05, 2014 | 2006 Ford F-150

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2004 hyundai santa fe power steering pump is squealing


sound like you have lost presure switch that is supposed to relive presure when presure is high or the belt is too tight putting presure on the bearing causing over heat or oil cooler restricted and not coolling the oil

Jun 22, 2014 | 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe

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Low side presure to high.high dude presure to low 75/150


Most likely have a leak to find & repair

The system is low on refrigerant

Do not add to it,have a shop work on it

Sep 07, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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My AC wont blow cold. As soon as I put freon in it, it blows cold for about an hour, then hot again. My friend told me that the orifice tube in his car needed to be replaced because it was convertine the...


Sounds like you might have a leak. If you charge the system and works for a time ,(hour, week, year) and then quits it sounds like perhaps the freon is leaking out somewhere. Freon does not ever get converted to air. Freon is in several states of existance while it is in your system. It is a high presure liquid, high presure gas, low presure liquid, and a low presure gas, but it is still always freon.
The valve your friend is talking about is called an expansion valve. What it does is to take the high presure "liquid" freon and allows it to pass into a low presure zone called an evaporator at a regulated rate. When you take freon at a liquid state high presure condition and expose it to a low presure environment it "evaporates" ( thus the name evaporator) and it gets very cold when it does this. This is where the cold air you feel coming out of the vents is made.
But the freon is in an enclosed system. By this, I mean it is never exposed to air, moisure (water), or anything else. I goes through all of these changes while inside this enclosed system.
Therefore, if the enclosed system is good then the amount of freon inside it will not change. If the amount of freon doesn't change then adding more will only make things worse.
I would suggest having the system checked with a hologen leak detector and/or system dye to find the leaks. Remember, if you have to add freon, then the freon that was there before must have escaped from somewhere.
Find a reputable shop to check the system for leaks. If it is leaking bad enough to run low in a hour it should be an easy to find leak.

Apr 13, 2011 | Chevrolet Cobalt Cars & Trucks

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I need to know where is the oil presure switch of a 2003 ford windstar 3.8l


On a 1996 3.8 L Should be under the power steering on the block. Looking at the pulleys on the right side just above the oil pan. This would involve removing the pwr steering punp and hoses.

I don't know if a 2003 is different.. You could inspect the area visually to check it.

To get to replace it...
96 - 98 windstar 3.8 oil pressure switch is located under power steering pump. Remove serpentine belt and alternator. Remove PS pump pulley with special puller to get access to PS pump bolts. Drain PS pump and remove PS hoses. Remove PS pump.

Nov 30, 2010 | 2000 Ford Windstar

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95 3.9 dakota. inj pw is way too high(flooding engine) i have no codes and ive tried 2 remanufactured ecu's from adv.auto and 1 from salvage yard and had ecu flashed at dealer, all sensors r reading good!!...


fuel presure reg might be bad or in operational test fuel presure it might be over presuring the injectors and flooding motor

there is usually a schrader valve on the rail

Jan 22, 2010 | 1995 Dodge Dakota

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Leaking anti freeze. Not from hoses. Behind the Radiator. On top of the front where the tires connect.


sounds like your water punp. remove your under cover panels and look. let it run till it gets good and warm. then look for leaks while it has presure on it

Jul 31, 2009 | 1998 Ford Explorer

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Fuel problem


you may have two fuel pumps one in the gas tank is low presure and delivery and the other is high presure on the frame check those and if that dosent work check your presure regulator

Apr 11, 2009 | 1986 Ford Ranger 2WD

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