Back of the compressor.
The air conditioner compressor has two fittings. You can add refrigerant to the low port fitting. The air conditioner compressor can be found on the right hand side of the engine near the front.
Typically on the compressor itself although it could also be on the low pressure side from the evaporator line. Look for a "tee" on the low pressure supply line with a wired fitting and that will be it. where is the low side on Ford Windstar 2002 air conditioner
Typically on the compressor itself although it could also be on the low pressure side from the evaporator line. Look for a "tee" on the low pressure supply line with a wired fitting and that will be it. where is the low side on ford windstar 2002 air conditioner
the low side value is located at the back of the compressor keep in mind the low side is the bigger hose high side the smaller hose
If you are not going to capture the old Freon, just loosen a fitting and let it bleed off. Don't take it completely loose, just until it start to hiss.
Follow the larger hose from compressor this is low side
The low pressure Is the line from the evaporator or the interior compartment to the compressor . Also Known as the suction Line. Alot of times it is recognised by a BLUE cap on the fitting. Caution be sure that you do not get confused with the line from the compressor to the Condensor located in front of the raditor. Not a difficult fitting to locate. Hope this helps . Ron
The low pressure side of the ac system is the ac hose that runs from the inside of the vehicle to the ac compressor. The high pressure side runs from the ac compressor to the condensor in front of the radiator. Follow the ac hose from the compressor back to the body and you will find the charge fitting. It is smaller in diameter than the high pressure side. You would need a different adapter to hook up to the high side.
The LOW pressure fitting is SMALLER than the HIGH pressure fitting.
The low pressure tap or fitting is located on the compressor underneath the car drivers side. It is the larger of the 2 metal pipes.
Drainage fittings have pitch and are not pressure rather