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Where is the AC low side service port on a 1986 Cadillac Deville?

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2004-11-25 05:43:14
2004-11-25 05:43:14

IF U look @ the Condenser & find the line that coemes from the top of IT-THATS NOT THE LOW Pressure-Trace the other line @ the bottom of the Condenser & U will find the LOW port.

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