Dakota, 2001-2005

Recovering The Refrigerant

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CAUTION
Refer to the applicable system precautions for this system before performing the following operation. Failure to follow the warnings and cautions could result in possible personal injury or death.

An R-134a refrigerant recovery/recycling/charging station that meets SAE Standard J2210 must be used to recover the refrigerant from an R-134a refrigerant system. Refer to the operating instructions supplied by the equipment manufacturer for the proper care and use of this equipment.

2.5L, 3.9L & 5.9L Engines



The high pressure service port is located on the liquid line between the condenser and the evaporator, near the front of the engine compartment. The low pressure service port is located on the compressor manifold, directly over the suction port of the compressor.

Each of the service ports has a threaded plastic protective cap installed over it from the factory. After servicing the refrigerant system, always reinstall both of the service port caps.

3.7L & 4.7L Engines



The high side service port is located on the liquid line above the receiver/drier. The low side service port is located on the suction line at the top of the engine. Both the high side and low side A/C service port valve cores are serviceable.

Each of the service ports has a threaded plastic protective cap installed over it from the factory. After servicing the refrigerant system, always reinstall both of the service port caps.

The high side service port is located on the liquid line. The low side service port is located on the accumulator. Both the high side and low side A/C service port valve cores are serviceable.

Each of the service ports has a threaded plastic protective cap installed over it from the factory. After servicing the refrigerant system, always reinstall both of the service port caps.

 
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