RH side (passenger side) near rear of transmission
That is an access port to pressure test the evaporative emissions system.
Larger line from A/C compressor is the low pressure line
it is on the pressure line off the power steering pump itself on the right side of the pump (if looking at the motor)
the return lines are 99% of the time the ones with the smallest diameter.(also are not bolted down like the high pressure one)
You can find a vacuum line diagram for a 1989 Dodge Dakota by checking the owner's manual. You can also find them at different auto part retail stores.
The large line is generally the low pressure side.
the low pressure side is usually the line that is the thickest. the thinner line is the high side.
The 1990 Mitsubishi does not have an air conditioning recharge line. The vehicle has an air conditioning recharge port. You can recharge your air conditioning system through the low pressure port on the air conditioning compressor.
The pressure line is the one closer to the front.The pressure line is the one closer to the front.
You need a special tool called a fuel line disconnect to release the tabs.
On the line right at the compressor.
There isn't a vacuum line going to the regulator on a 1998 Dodge Caravan.
Along the frame, near the cab to bed line underneath.
top right corner behind radiator. you have to really look for it. its facing down.
The Ford F1 50 5.8 liter engine does not have a low pressure line. The vehicle is equipped with a low pressure port on the air conditioning compressor.
First off, a 1995 Dakota is fuel injected. The fuel line hooks to the injector rail.First off, a 1995 Dakota is fuel injected. The fuel line hooks to the injector rail.
You put it in on the low side in the line about center of the engine.
the low pressure line is always the biggest diameter line hooked to the compressor. should be a fitting that looks like a valve stem on that line.
You will want to use the low pressure side, cap is marked with an L
95-01 LOW SIDE at the passenger side motor mount...The HIGH SIDE is at the condenser.
Low tire pressureLow tire pressure
The low pressure line coming from the condenser will have a valve stem that is labled with an "L"!