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Old 05-23-2010, 07:39 PM
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Where is the low side for adding freon?

I think my Charger needs freon but not sure where the low side is. I found one adapter for the AC on the right side of the engine but the AC hose I have doesn't fit that adapter. Not sure where to add the freon. Thanks!! 2008 Charger
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I had planned on it.. I have added freon to every car I have ever owned myself. It's easy but this car is different than my others. All my cars had two caps, one for high side and one for low side. I can only find one cap on my charger. Anyone that can help would be appreciated.
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Nevermind. The local Dodge dealership told me that the low side adapter is under the engine by the power steering reservoir.
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