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Where is the low pressure suction side ac charging connector located on a 1998 Jeep Cherokee?

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2005-11-09 15:12:00
2005-11-09 15:12:00

Technically, there isn't any "suction" on an AC system. The "low" side is usually near the receiver/dryer if your system has one. The "high" side goes directly from the compressor to the condenser and directly from the condenser to the passenger compartment. The line that goes from the passenger compartment to the compressor (with a possible diversion to the receiver/dryer) is the low side. Look for the fitting along that line. Just trace the lines and you can't go wrong.

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