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I've spent the last hour and a half trying to look up where this port is can somebody please tell me where it is and possibly a picture?
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Pop the hood and walk around to drivers side next to wheel. Lean over and look down like you are inspecting the rear two cylinders’ exhaust manifold gasket. The a/c hootus should be about two inches back toward you as you look down, up against the inside of the inner fender well.
 

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Photoshopped an old pic of my engine for reference (ignore the dip stick magnifier, focus on the red arrow 😁)
Hood Motor vehicle Vehicle Automotive fuel system Automotive air manifold
 

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I believe those pictures are of the High Side port. The Low Side port is further back and lower (see attached)
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I believe those pictures are of the High Side port. The Low Side port is further back and lower (see attached)
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My mistake. The billet high pressure a/c port cap is shown in my photo.

 

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Please look at pictures. Still cant figure this out.
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Don’t overlook using a body shop for minor AC work. The labor rate is lower.

For example, if you just want a recovery, vacuum/leak test and having it properly recharged it will likely be half of what a dealer will charge for labor.
 

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Looking at this where does the connector go?
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So you think that brown thing in my pic unscrews revealing the port? Looks nothing like whats shown in the video.
 

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No, it should just be sticking out of the line, almost directly at bottom looks like

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Look down closer to where the rubber hose ends
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yes thats it thank you very much
 

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It's conveniently(?)located on the bottom of the low side line, you can almost see it. Don't know what possessed someone to design something like that.........
We are all victims of poor engineering.
 

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It's conveniently(?)located on the bottom of the low side line, you can almost see it. Don't know what possessed someone to design something like that.........
We are all victims of poor engineering.
I just have to comment about your cars, as I have a '12 Challenger R/T manual with a K & M air filter, used to have a '67 Barracuda V-8, and my wife's car until recently was a '13 300.
 
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