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Old 06-28-2010, 01:07 PM
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Does this exist on Durangos??? I hunted under the hood the other day and didnt see it. I did however see the high pressure side.
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Yes, both high and low
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do you know the location?
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Bump this, can anyone tell me the location?
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http://www.doocu.com/pdf/search/a+c+...t+2006+Durango

Try the link above,
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^^^That link is crap. Just say you dont know or don't post at all.
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http://www.ehow.com/how_4454107_rech...eon-dodge.html

Try this link and THIS IS A QUESS AS I AM TRYING TO HELP YOU even of it is detrimental to your situation,
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^^^That link is crap. Just say you dont know or don't post at all.
LOL @ U.

Here the forum moderator is personally trying to help and you bite the hands that feeds. That's quality right there.

Good luck on your vehicle. Your resources are getting smaller with each of your posts.
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Here is what believe you are looking.I also wanted to write to that you can not treat any member on the open forum like that.They are trying to help you.Now that you have the information that you needed.Its up to you responded on the members that you just gave a hard time to,By saying you are sorry on open forum or send each member a pm telling them you are sorry. Thats what real members would do..
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Two refrigerant system service ports are used to recover/recycle/evacuate/charge and test the A/C refrigerant system. Unique sizes are used on the service ports for the R-134a refrigerant system to ensure the system is not accidentally contaminated with R-12 refrigerant or service equipment used for R-12 refrigerant.

The high side service port (5) is located on the liquid line (3) above the receiver/drier (2). The low side service port (6) is located on the suction line (9) at the top of the engine. Both the high side and low side A/C service port valve cores are serviceable.

Each of the service ports has a threaded plastic protective cap installed over it from the factory. After servicing the refrigerant system, always reinstall both of the service port caps.
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open the hood it right in front
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