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Old 06-25-2005, 12:06 PM   #1
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I still cannot find the low side fitting for the A/C?

Not sure guys. Im trying to get my father some A/C, but I only see the high side fitting. I've looked and just do not see it. Did the original pipes have a low side fitting? A/C is never filled through the high side is it? Is it possible this '91 Monaco only had a high fitting. I cannot even find chilton on this car.

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Old 07-01-2005, 06:28 PM   #2
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I found the low line and the A/C feels good!

Ok, for those of you who don't know. The Low side is under the 2 pin connector pressure switch on the accumulator (dryer). I took it off, put my low side fitting on from the auto parts store, put about 2 cans of R-134 in and it's cold! It's actually holding freon! I should take the low side fitting off and put the pressure switch back on. Not sure what it really does though? It's working fine without it.

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P.S. My fan is now running correctly from low-high. The blower resister works great!!! Thanks guys.
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Old 07-01-2005, 07:02 PM   #3
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Re: I still cannot find the low side fitting for the A/C?

Leave the pressure switch off, unless you running the A/C a lot. It essentially is a cut-off if the A/C is run a lot and builds up excess internal pressure.
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Re: Re: I still cannot find the low side fitting for the A/C?

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Leave the pressure switch off, unless you running the A/C a lot. It essentially is a cut-off if the A/C is run a lot and builds up excess internal pressure.
What?

Don't be a fool. Plug it back in.

Do you want to chance buying a new compressor vs. having it cut out when it should??
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