[DML] Re: AC Accumulator question
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How do you know it is the low pressure side that has been jumped?

Harold McElraft - 3354

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "John Marconi" <giantscorner@...> 
wrote:
>
> All
> 
> While trying to find a freon leak in my AC system I discoverd 
something 
> strange and was hoping one of you had an idea.  Prior to me 
purchasing 
> 3760 four years ago, the Previous owner upgraded and replaced the 
> entire AC system with Special T parts.  While inspecting my AC 
> Accumulator I noticed that one of the plugs had been jumped.  I 
thought 
> that it was the high pressure plug, since the low pressure plug 
gets 
> plugged into the top of the accumulator. John H said it looks like 
the 
> low pressure plug had been jumped.  Since all of this was replaced 
back 
> in 2004 I am unclear why the correct replacement hoses and HUB were 
not 
> used to allow both the high pressure and low pressure switch to be 
> used.  Is there some kind of advantage that would warrant this.  
> 
> Josh H-I think I recall the PO telling me you did the frame 
replacement 
> for him, I know it's been a while but do you recall 
> 
> John
> 3760
>




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