The keyless entry module on the 1997 Suburban is under the dash on the driver's side. The driver's side door needs to be open to see it.
the starter on a 1997 Suburban is on the side of the engine. It is at the rear where the transmission meets the engine.
Connect a freon gauge and can to the low side AC port. Start the car and turn the AC on high. Open the freon valve and fill the system to full on the gauge reading.
ac drain stopped up,ac is low on freon
The low side ac port on a 1997 Pontiac Firebird should be located on a hose on the passenger side. The hose is close to the radiator.
On the aluminum end part of the suction side hose, this will be the larger hose.........
On the driver's side next to the distributor; hard to get to.
low side connection is under car by compressor
the value to load the freon for a 1997 grand am is under the engine you would have to lift the front of car up and you should see the value on the right passenger side
System does not contain Freon. R134a refrigerant is added through the low side service port on the accumulator.
Always to the low pressure side. The low pressure side fitting is normally near the dryer ( large silver canister).
On the low pressure side. A charging hose will only fir on the low pressure side of the AC system.
Connect a freon gauge and tank to the low side ac port of the 97 DeVille. With the engine running and the ac on high, open the freon valve. Shut the valve when the ac gauge reads full.
If you are looking for the place to put the freon, it is the port closest to the front of the grill.....Left hand side.
The low pressure AC service port can be found on the side of the accumulator/receiver dryer.
You recharge an A/C system by adding freon through the Low side port. Look for the L on the cap. Never recharge on the high side. Too much pressure on this side and your freon can might explode. OK, once again it's not freon! it's R134a refrigerant that should be used to fill your car system. Many people call it freon but you need the r134a refrigerant( and oil, too). Anyway, freon cans are only available to certified mechanics in most states now.
it`s in the radiator (notice two large lines on passenger side radiator tank)
You add freon to the a/c by using the low side, suction side (larger hose).............
all you have to do is fallow the line coming out of the compresser on is the high side the smaller fitting is the low side
Virtually all vehicles since 1994 use refrigerant r-134a. On a 97 Suburban, the suction (low pressure) and discharge (high pressure) ports are located on top of the compressor. Refrigerant is added to the low pressure side. It is attached to the larger refrigerant piping and hose which runs to the accumulator-drier at the firewall. The smaller high pressure pipe attaches to the condenser located in front of the radiator. Do NOT attach a refrigerant can to the high pressure line.
Remove the 1997 Chevrolet Suburban drivers side door panel. The window mechanism will be visible. Place the new window into the window track. Secure the window to the track.
If you purchase freon from store (walmart) it will have instructions on how to re-charge the system. Also the connection on the bottle will only fit on one or the other connections within the aluminum hoses going into the firewall. Its very simple to do.
Freon goes into the low pressure side of the air conditioning system. The attachment from the gauge used to put the freon in will only attach to the low pressure valve so it would be pretty hard to do it incorrectly.
Follow the suction side hose (larger one) from the accumulator to the evaporator and its very close to the firewall......