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Hello, your low side pressure is very high. You could have a plugged orifice tube. Especially if AC sealant was ever introduced into the vehicle. Without a way to measure how much freon is in the system you could have an overcharge as well. I would inspect the orifice tube first for any sign of debris or blockage first though.
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It should be on the line coming off of the accumulator. It will be going toward the front of the vehicle. You will see he size of the tube gets bigger towards a disconnect. There is the orifice tube.
If the orifice tube was removed from the vehicle. How long have you owned this vehicle?
Ok great I'm glad you were able to find it.