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A/C not real cold. Bought some subzero A/C booster to add. Says to add to the low side service port, can someone tell me where to find that port. Thanks for the help
 

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NOTE: LHD model with 4.7L engine shown. RHD model and other engines similar.

The A/C suction line (1) is the refrigerant line that carries refrigerant from the A/C evaporator, through the A/C expansion valve (2), to the A/C compressor (3). The A/C suction line includes the low side service port (4).

NOTE: Replacement of the refrigerant line O-ring seals and gaskets is required anytime a refrigerant line is opened. Failure to replace the rubber O-ring seals and metal gaskets could result in a refrigerant system leak.

The A/C suction line has no serviceable parts except for the O-ring and dual plane seal, low-side service port valve and protective cap. The seals used on the connections are made from a special type of rubber not affected by R-134a refrigerant. The seals must be replaced whenever the A/C suction line is removed.

The A/C suction line cannot be repaired and must be replaced if found to be leaking or damaged.
 

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Let us know if it really works.
 

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Just don't over pressurize the system, you can blow the seals and damage the compressor.
 

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rwmorrisonjr said:
Just don't over pressurize the system, you can blow the seals and damage the compressor.
Just in case...

A/C REFRIGERANT SYSTEM

Single Unit
0.68 kg (1.50 lbs.)

Dual Unit
0.963 kg (2.125 lbs.)
 

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Couldnt you just have brought it to the dealer and had them fix it under warranty?
 
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