R 134A freon is added into the "quick connect type" fiiting, located on top of the AC accumulator, which is located underneath the front of the passenger side fenderwell. First, raise the car with your jack placed behind the front tire. Then remove three screws that secure the black plastic fenderwell cover. One screw has a torx head and is located at the front lower edge of the fender. The other two are Phillips head plastic screws located in front of the strut. With the three cover screws removed, pull down the front portion of the fenderwell cover. This will expose the AC accumulator, which looks like a quart sized aluminun can. Now, unscrew the valve cover from the quick connect fitting and connect your AC recharging hose to the fitting. By the way, it pushes on and snaps onto the fitting. Now, follow the instructions that came with your AC recharge kit, for the dtermining the corrct amount of freon to add. Finally, replace the fitting valve cover, the fenderwell cover/screws and your done.
It is either on or near the recievr dryer in the right rear of the engine compartment. To corrrectly add freon, you need gauges and a refrigerant recovery system
freon usually goes on your condinser there should be a place to add collant on your condinser which is a silver cylinder
Answering "Where do you add freon to your air conditioner in your ford ranger?"
it is under the passenger side headlight facing towards the wheel
how to add freaon in a 2003 ford escape
You NEED to use a set of guages.
Low pressure port located on the larger hose from the compressor I think most trying to add know to use the low side but was looking for where it is located
How do you add freon to a 96 Ford Contour
Which do i hook to to charge the freon in a 2004 ford expedition
Under the passenger side wheel well on the receiver drier canister.
If it's like the 2001, it's in the right front wheel well, behind the front of the tire. If you don't know what you're doing, don't add freon. You will introduce air into the system and you will ruin your compressor. You need gauges to do this, and the know-how.