Question about Heating & Cooling
This is actually my 2nd question about this problem. I should have given more info in the first one. I can only see one A/C rail that connects to the radiator. There are 2 ports on that same rail that are 3 inches apart. One port is the regular A/C nipple that the the recharge quick connect coupler goes on and the other port has threads and has an electrical plug in it. I am sure that there has to be 2 different pressure rails. One for low and one for high. I have a problem with the port that the quick connect coupler is supposed to attach to. It does not attach, the Port nipple is too large for the coupler. I know that the recharge coupler will not fit on the High pressure port so thats where I am lost. i cannot find any other ports. I followed all the A/C rails form the firewall, compressor and the accumulator and there is no port. I was trying to find the location of the Low pressure port so I know if I have to get an adapter or what. I hope I explained it well enough. Thanks.
The low pressure port shold be on the bigger pipe that came out from the compresor.
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
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