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Old 06-04-2009, 04:39 PM   #1
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Default A/C system..Low side...High side???

Whats up my honda people, I am trying to figure out which hose on my 93 honda del sol S is the low side and which is the high side. I was told by honda that the line going to the condenser is the "suction side" and the other hose is pressure side. I would like to get some confirmation from you great honda folks and clear up any doubt. Once again, which hose is the LOW SIDE and which hose is the HIGH SIDE.
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Your low side should be the one that is next to the engine and the high side is the one close to the condenser fan.
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Thanks a lot, I was hoping you would say that.
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If your Del Sol is like a 92 Civic:

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