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Low Side Charge Port on Ford Focus


Question: Where's the low side charge port hiding on the Ford Focus?

This is a very popular question.  The high side port is easy to find since it's right out front, near the hood latch.  The low side however, is not easy to access.  You'll have to take some panels loose near the passenger side inner fender well.  Even then, you'll have to reach clear to the back side of the accumulator to find the service port. 






 

 










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  1. Comment #1 (Posted by Howard)
    THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  2. Comment #2 (Posted by Bob the Snowman)
    Thank God someone knows where it is!!! Ford wouldn't tell me saying I was daft to fiddle with it.....Fools.
     
  3. Comment #3 (Posted by Armando)
    I was looking all over for it, and found a port on top by the left headlight, but the universal connector was too small. So I kept searching, and thank goodness I found it...on-line!
     
  4. Comment #4 (Posted by Kirk)
    Looked all over and only found high side. Who would have thought to look in the wheel well. Thanks.
     
  5. Comment #5 (Posted by Edmund)
    I been asking around,how to charge the a/c on my ford, nobody had an answer. This article was great. Keep up the good work
     
  6. Comment #6 (Posted by Edmund)
    I been asking around,how to charge the a/c on my ford, nobody had an answer. This article was great. Keep up the good work
     
  7. Comment #7 (Posted by Dave B)
    Thanks a million !!!! I like to work on cars myself, This is a big help ! Keep the information coming !
     
  8. Comment #8 (Posted by Calvin)
    thanks I was going crazy looking for it
     
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