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Where is the low pressure connection for the air conditioning system of a 1997 Jeep Cherokee?

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2005-08-30 02:08:49

AS YOU LOOK AT THE ENGINE COMPARTMENT FROM THE FRONT, LOOK TO THE UPPER LEFT AND YOU WILL SEE CHROME COLORED TUBING WITH LOW PRESSURE VALVE ON TOP.

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