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Where is the low pressure hose to add a booster to your air conditioner?

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Answered 2006-06-25 23:27:02

Please see question above regarding low pressure port. Basically, whichever side the booster can fits on is the correct size. It should only fit correctly on the side it's made for. There should be a black cap on a metal tube, or a few of these. Take them off and see where the can fits. Good luck.

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