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What should it be on the lp side?

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Anyone know?
Can't find it in search.

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I have the attached for you it's from an 04 but my guess it will be similar or at least give you and idea
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In this "How To Recharge Your Car's Air Conditioner" article, they give a range of 25 - 40 PSI for the Low Pressure side when the system is full, and then say, "Refer to the vehicle manufacturer specifications for normal system operating pressures, and the total refrigerant capacity of the system."

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35 psi puts you in the range of 40 Degrees F in the evaporator.

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