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the compressor has two hses coming out of it and one of the hoses/lines will go towads the radiator to the condeser the other will go towards the firewall,,under windshield ,this is the one with the low side service port it will be the small port on the larger line/hose the other one is a large port on a small liquid line/hose,,,,the small port is the one u will need to hiook up to ,on the large line/hose
Look around the bottom of cylinder block. Or near where the flywheel is to, because the crank angle sensor works from missing teeth or magnets on the flywheel or a cog/wheel fixed to the crankshaft.Hope this helps
have you looked at the engine earth/ground cable, run another earth from the negative terminal to the body(wheel arch) and then to the engine block and try again. As you would know its a proccess of illimination and this was the most simple thing that came to mind. Let me know how it goes.