If this is similar to the 92 the the low side valve is under the air filter box. Remove the two bolts holding that. It is r134 freon. Add enough so the dryer under the filter box begins sweating. If it leaks out again in less than 3 months you might ought to find the leaking component - tho a can of r134 every three months is tolerable. There is a leak stopper available for small leaks.
Update: Just performed this on my 1998 Chevy Lumina. The valve is still under and behind the air filter box on the driver's side of the vehicle. You can see it without removing the box, but to attach the r134 can, you will almost definitely have to remove the box to have any room to work. There are two valves down there. The low pressure one is the larger diameter metal pipe that is underneath the smaller pipe.
it should be on the drivers side near the battery. somewhere on that side of you car.
on the bottom left hand side of the car remove the air filter housing and you can see it clearly.
on the low pressure side
The high pressure fitting is located either in the high pressure vapor line or muffler, while the low pressure fitting is located on the accumulator.......
Low pressure side of compressor (larger hose)
On my Chevy lumina it is located right by the gas take on the right side of the car.
It is near the back of the air filter box - that is just on the firewall side of the box. The fitting on the larger tube is the low pressure side which is what you want to use. You will see two fittings there the low pressure fitting is the one on the bottom with the high pressure fitting above it. This means the one you want to get at is harder to access - figures right? If you can't attach your recharge hose easily you may want to loosen or remove the air filter box.
Yes, if you recharge it on the high side, you could blow up the can using to recharge it. So it is very important to use the low side.
The low pressure switch is mounted near the ac compressor. It is a two wire switch mounted in the low side line.
on the side of the radiator
Not sure what your asking yes you charge from the low pressure port it is the smaller one your hose should not fit on the high pressure side
The trunk release for a 1997 Chevy Lumina is located on the driver side floor. An emergency release is also located inside the trunk.
The battery is located under the hood on a 2000 Chevrolet Lumina. The battery will be on the drivers side.
it is located about half way down in back of engine on passengers side,between engine and firewall.
Purchase a recharge kit from your local auto-parts store. Connect the Freon bottle to the low pressure side port. Release the Freon into the system. Stop when the gauge says the system is full.
The fuse box is on the passenger side of the dash board open the passenger side door and you will see it on the side
The recharge port is located on the passenger side near the firewall.
Should be a valve like a tire valve on one of the lines near compressor. Use the one with a blue color code (low pressure side)
on passengers side about 1 to2 feet down at firewall, below alternator. this is the low pressure port to recharge a/c.
Back side of the engine....mounted in the exhaust manifold.
Its located on the accumulator...................
The 1990 Chevy Lumina signal flasher unit can be found beneath the drivers side dashboard. The signal flasher unit will be above the brake pedal.
There are four motor mounts located on a 1990 Chevy Lumina. Two on either side of the engine. One the rear and one in front of the engine.
You recharge it only through the low pressure side.