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Old 06-05-2014
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Air conditioning question

I have a 1995 Ford Ranger XLT supercab, with a 2.3 4 cylinder. I know where my a/c leak is coming from, I just do not know what the name of the part is. It is where you hook up to recharge your ac on the driver side, both hookups have a black cap but this one is on the driver side, close to the battery. If anyone know what part this is please help. All help is appreciated.
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The best way to identify a part is to google it. For example, google "Ford Ranger A/C Parts", then look at the pictures from the links that the search provides.

Keep in mind that any part that is replaced in the A/C system will require a complete recharge, and in most cases, the dryer and orifice tube should be replaced, as an A/C leak will induce moisture to enter the system, plugging the dryer and this tube.
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