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You need to recharge your ac on a Lincoln ls 2000 v8 where is the low side connection?

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2009-03-23 07:45:47
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The Low side Connector port is located on the A/C compressor itself. This is on the bottom of driver's side of engine. You must jack up car and remove access panel behind aluminum wishbone of a arm. There is a black cap on a/c port ... remove it and there ya go! I just did 1 a few minutes ago this way. Good Luck. No need to remove tire & rim assembly.

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