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Thread: DIY: R-12 to R-134a Conversion (How To)

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    Default Re: DIY: R-12 to R-134a Conversion (How To)

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    Guys, I am working on uploading the photos for the DIY elsewhere.
    Good work my friend! I did that to one of my threads also, since photobucket took a dump on us...
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    Default Re: DIY: R-12 to R-134a Conversion (How To)

    Quote Originally Posted by SupraClaou View Post
    According to the TSRM and Cygnusx1 the LOW pressure port is located on the 7M compressor manifold isn't it? And the HIGH pressure port is on the hard line near the dryer/condenser...
    Yes. The compressor manifold has two lines. One is suction and the other is discharge. The low pressure port is on the suction line.
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    Default Re: DIY: R-12 to R-134a Conversion (How To)

    The low pressure port can only be between the pressure drop and compressor. On any car. Some are convenient, like with an orifice tube, which we don't have.
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