First, early Luminas used R-12 and later R-134a. Your term "recharge line" means you don't understand air conditioning systems. This means you may be subjecting yourself to danger and the car to damage. R-12m charges through a 1/4" flare fitting on the low pressure side. The R-134a connection is totally different. They made it that way so people like you couldn't use the wrong equipment and the wrong refrigerant in the car. If you accidentally hook the "recharge line" to the high pressure side of an operating air conditioning system, you could explode the can of refrigerant. It's very cold, and aside from the mechanical trauma of metal flying through the air, if you got liquid refrigerant on your eye, that flesh would be frozen instantly and your eyesight probably be seriously damaged. Please read a technical book, available at auto parts stores or articles online to get an understanding of the automotive air conditioning system, how it works, and how to service it. Forget about an adapter. You are trying to put a square peg into a round hole, and this was designed for safety, for people like you. Sorry to be so harsh, but you need the facts BEFORE you cause problems.
The 1990 Mitsubishi does not have an air conditioning recharge line. The vehicle has an air conditioning recharge port. You can recharge your air conditioning system through the low pressure port on the air conditioning compressor.
what do you mean by TT impulse line hook-up??????
If you have a fishing pole, you need a line attached to the pole in order to fish. You need a hook on the end of the line. To put the hook and the line under water, you need a sinker. So, to have everything you need to fish, you need a hook, line, and sinker. The idiom means you need it to be complete.
Yes, the easiest way to hook up is to cut the vacum line about 3 inches before the map sensor. use a rubber vacume "T" adaptor reconect your original line to the strait poetion and your boost gauge to the leftover.
There are multiple ways to tie a fish hook to your line. here is a very informative site with some fishing knot video's in which you can use to tie your hook to your line.www.southernohiopaylakes.proboards.comHope this helps
A place to hang the line.
Hook Line and Skillet - 2011 was released on: USA: 29 March 2011
Hook Line and Stinker - 1958 was released on: USA: 11 October 1958
Hook Line and Stinker - 1968 was released on: USA: 1 March 1968
Hook Line and Dinner - 2011 was released on: USA: 7 June 2011
This is a fishing term - the image is of the fish swallowing the hook, the line, and the sinker that keeps the bait underwater.
Hook Line and Sisters - 2011 was released on: USA: 29 December 2011
Hook Line and Melody - 1929 was released on: USA: 25 August 1929
Hook Line and Sinker - 1927 was released on: USA: 28 August 1927
Hook Line and Sinker - 1930 was released on: USA: 26 December 1930
Hook Line and Sinker - 1939 was released on: USA: 8 September 1939
Hook Line and Sinker - 1922 I was released on: USA: 12 November 1922
A hook length is quite literally the length of line that the hook is tied to directly. In typical cases, it will be a length of fishing line, usually of a lower breaking strain than the main line, to which the hook is tied at one end, the other end being joined to the main line off the reel. In other cases, this 'hook length' may be of a different material to the main line, eg. braid, wire etc, which may be in use to perhaps further disguise the hook length, or protect it from teeth etc that may cut it!
The flick is identical, double PSTN connection. But the power adaptor must be dual ( 2 sticks)
no you idiot you have to get a recharge !
The one that is in the biggest line, You have a small line and a big line. The big line is the low side, and the small line is the high side.
This is a process that involves special tools to do. This would be best left to a professional. Refrigerant has to be pumped back into condenser or recovered. Line set, and electrical need to be disconnected. After unit is moved you will have to hook everything back up. Pull a vacuum on line set. Recharge unit and possibly adjust charge if line set has changed length
The low pressure line coming from the condenser will have a valve stem that is labled with an "L"!
It means to do something