If you are referring to the low pressure valve for charging the air, I found mine (1988 pickup) somewhat deep in the lower front left of the engine. The low and high pressure valves on my pickup were very close to each other and the low pressure valve points inward (toward the driver). There is about 2" of clearance above the valve port which makes it immensely frustrating to charge, especially with a R134a conversion kit. The conversion adapter cuts your clearance down to about 1", and almost all recharge cans have a hose so short you can't even turn the can upside down or shake it. Plus, everything around the port gets hot enough to burn your fingers when the engine is running. I found a R134a extension hose at Auto Works but it didn't work with the conversion nipple, the freon wouldn't go through. I finally located a R12/134a angled converter from Napa Auto Parts for around $7 bucks, but I noticed the R12 screw on doesn't have a pin in it to open the valve. Apparently you have to remove the valve core stem on the port. I can't find any article on the web that says yes or no on that, and nobody at any auto store knew either. I bought a valve core removal tool at Napa just in case also and am going to try both ways tonight. Going on my 2nd week attempting to charge the air. What a nightmare.....at least its been under 90 degress out lately. Hot and Burned
In the engine, usually in an oil pressure port
The low pressure AC port can be found on the passenger side engine compartment. The port is located near the oil cap for the engine.
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It depends if you really have a 95 toyota pickup or if you really have a 95.5 tacoma A 95 pickup is obd1 as obd2 started in 96 (or 95.5 on tacomas)
You can refill your air conditioning system from the low pressure port on the air conditioner compressor. The low pressure port will be labeled as such.
The 1997 Ford F1 50 pickup truck low pressure recharge port is located on the air conditioner compressor. The low pressure recharge port will be labeled as such.
The low pressure port should be on the passenger side of the engine compartment. It is at the back right against the firewall.
standing in front of the car, the low pressure port is on right hand side near the fuse box. the high pressure port is on the left hand side near the windshield washer fluid tank.
I think it is on the accumulator/receiver dryer.
The 1997 Toyota Avalon air conditioning low pressure switch can be found on the top of the air conditioning compressor. The low pressure switch will be labeled as the low pressure port.
high side would be hose that is the smallest and low side port is the bigger one
You can add air conditioning refrigerant to your 2000 F1 50 pickup truck air conditioning system through the low pressure port. The low pressure port will be on the top of the air conditioning compressor.
on the passenger side close to the firewall on the receiver dryer
That would be the low pressure service port and it should be located on the receiver/dryer.
The 1993 Chevrolet S 10 pickup truck air conditioning system holds 4.5 pounds of Freon. You can fill the system through the low pressure port.
It will be mounted to a pressure port on the service (foot) brake valve
Ive heard its near the passengerside front under the hood near the firewall...
look for the port with the black cap on it, it's the low pressure port.
left side on firewall should be on the side of ac condencer
On the ac system, the low pressure port is the smaller port. It will be located on the line coming from the dryer. The low pressure line is the larger line. it will be on it.
Port of Tallinn was created in 1992.
standing in front of truck, on left by blower housing
The low pressure port is the one on the accumulator (the canister). The low pressure lines are the bigger lines and the high pressure are the small lines.
If you are referring to the AC low pressure port, you will see two in the engine compartment,the low pressure port is the smaller one. They will both be on silver colored "pipes" and have black caps on them. DO NOT PLAY WITH THE HIGH PRESSURE PORT!
low pressure port is on top of the ac compressor