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Old 08-04-2021, 07:20 PM   #1
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Cab air conditioner-service port

Can anyone tell me where the cab air conditioning service port is on a 2001 Journey 32T? (Freightliner chassis)? I've looked up front, in the back and underneath and I cannot find it. Any info will be appreciated. Thanks, Gene.
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Can anyone tell me where the cab air conditioning service port is on a 2001 Journey 32T? (Freightliner chassis)? I've looked up front, in the back and underneath and I cannot find it. Any info will be appreciated. Thanks, Gene.
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You should have two service ports, one high pressure and one low pressure in the front section, behind your hood. One will have a red cap on it and the other will have a blue or aqua cap on it. They could be covered with road dust etc. and the colors are obscured. But, they should be there.
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Here is a photo of the Low side port on my unit.
Note Aqua colored Cap on the AC line.
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Well,
It would be nice to know if the answers provided were of any help.
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Well,
It would be nice to know if the answers provided were of any help.
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Yes, a follow-up would be appropriate to the members of this forum.

Maybe there was a problem with recharging this system.....?????

Please provide an update when you have addresses your issue.
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Been in the mountains for a few weeks so wasn't able to see your reply. I thought I had looked everywhere under that little hood but I must have missed it. I shall try again tomorrow. Thank you so much for your info. gene
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I am so sorry for not responding but I am finally back in civilization now. I appreciate the picture and will sure see if I can find it tomorrow. I've recharged quite a few cars but they are usually easy to find. Thanks again, gene
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Gene,
The charge ports are there, without a doubt. The colored caps may have been left off or, fallen off (highly unlikely as, they screw on). If they're both off, that will make each of the ports, hi and low, a bit more difficult to recognize.
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I sent Journey32 a PM, he is having trouble finding this thread he started. Here is his reply;
"I did find the ports thanks to all the suggestions. I'm not exactly sure how in the world I missed it in the three times I searched. As I stuck my head in under the little hood it was above and to left of where I had been looking. Right in plain sight. Can't hear, can't see, can't remember, can't ???. Oh well.
It was a little low so now it's in the green and good to go! Thank you so much, I surely do appreciate your time and help. Have a great day. gene
I'm not sure how to get back to the others so I can thank them but maybe they will see this."
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I sent Journey32 a PM, he is having trouble finding this thread he started. Here is his reply;
"I did find the ports thanks to all the suggestions. I'm not exactly sure how in the world I missed it in the three times I searched. As I stuck my head in under the little hood it was above and to left of where I had been looking. Right in plain sight. Can't hear, can't see, can't remember, can't ???. Oh well.
It was a little low so now it's in the green and good to go! Thank you so much, I surely do appreciate your time and help. Have a great day. gene
I'm not sure how to get back to the others so I can thank them but maybe they will see this."
Thanks for the update.
If you have a chance to check the temperature of the cold air coming from the AC Outlets, please let us know.
I "Recharged" my AC about a month ago and now have 40 deg F air out of the AC Ducts. Outside temp was 80 - 85 F.
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