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7th Gen In the years from 2001 to 2005 Honda released it's 7th Generation Civic. Chassis codes: EM2, ES1, EP3, EU1


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Old 06-29-2012   #1 (permalink)
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Location of Low Pressure Side port honda civic 2004 LX

Hi,

I want to add Freon (R-134a) to my Honda Civic LX 2004. I wish to locate the "L"ow (blue) pressure side port of my car. I opened the hood and cannot find it. Where is it located at?

I have searched on the Internet, YouTube and Honda Civic Forum and I cannot find a specific answer.

When I watched YouTube videos, it seemed so obvious and apparent. However, I can't find it in my car. I am convinced my car has AC as I have a AC button on my dashboard, however no cold air comes out of it.

I would appreciate easy explanations as I am new to car repairs and parts. Your help and support is highly appreciated.

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Re: Location of Low Pressure Side port honda civic 2004 LX

Here you go, take a look at the first picture in this thread. You can clearly see it.

The cap on your low side valve may have fallen off. It should look like a tire valve under the cap and works the same way, but don't push it in or you'll lose gas.

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Re: Location of Low Pressure Side port honda civic 2004 LX

Thank you so much! I can clearly see it!
Sorry, I searched in this forum, but didn't find this A/C compressor DIY guide.
Thank you!
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