The 2000 Pontiac Bonneville air conditioning compressor low pressure port is located on the bottom of the compressor. You can recharge your cooling system through the low pressure port.
You can recharge your air conditioning system in your 1995 Pontiac Trans Am through the low pressure port. The low pressure port can be found on top of the air conditioning compressor.
The low pressure connection for your 1993 Jeep Cherokee air conditioning system is located on the top of the air conditioning compressor. There is a low pressure connection and a high pressure connection, both should be labeled.
The pressure switch for the air conditioning system on a 1996 Ford Windstar is located in the accumulator. It triggers when the compressor will turn on and off.
The low pressure valve, on your 1995, Mercury, is located on the top of the air conditioning compressor. The low pressure valve should be labeled.
There are two schrader / port valves to the air conditioning system. One will be a high pressure and the other will be a low pressure. You need a certified mechanic to check and refill the system. You can not simply refill the system.
The air conditioning recharge valve on the 2003 Ford Explorer 4.6 is located on the low pressure side of the air conditioning system. Located on the line coming from the accumulator to the compressor is the recharge valve.
You can add Freon to your 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix air conditioning system through the low pressure port. The low pressure port can be found on the air conditioner compressor.
The air conditioning pump, or more accurately the compressor.
You can charge your 1999 Mercury air conditioning system from the low pressure port on the air conditioning compressor. Connect your Freon bottle to the low pressure port and release the Freon into the system.
the boiling point of refrigerant in a refrigeration or air conditioning system determines the pressure of the low side of the system
The low pressure port for your air conditioning is on the top of your air conditioning system accumulator (can) It is located on the passenger side of your engine, roughly 5 inches or so from your heater/ air conditioning electric fan motor. It has a plastic dust cap covering the valve.