How to Replace an Air Conditioning Service Port Valve?

Answer The air conditioning service port valve is a 13 mm quick disconnect valve located on the low side tube between the accumulator and the compressor on all vehicles built in 1995 or later. The type of... Read More »

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How to Replace an A/C Service Port?

Years ago in the days of R12 refrigerant, when an air-conditioning service port went bad on your automobile, a Schrader valve could simply be serviced by itself. In today's 134A world, things have ... Read More »

How to Find the Air Conditioning Port on a 2004 Ford F-150?

Air conditioning service ports on the 2004 Ford F150 allow for evacuation and recharging of the air conditioning systems refrigerant, as well as vacuum testing of the system to pinpoint leaks. The ... Read More »

DIY: Auto Air Conditioning Service?

The air conditioning system of an automobile gives the vehicle cold, conditioned controlled air for the sake of comfortable driving. What powers the system is refrigerant that will need regular mai... Read More »

How to Service Auto Air Conditioning?

An automobile's air conditioning system provides cold, conditioned air to the cabin for comfortable driving. The system uses a refrigerant which will eventually need to be serviced to restore the s... Read More »