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Posted 6/1/2007 6:12 AM
Marsden
Classic MB




Date registered: Apr 2006
Location: Capital City USA
Vehicle(s): Mercedes-Benz
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RE: It begins...

I mean, I understand there are times (esp in AL) when it's just too damn hot etc.

But A/C on an old Mercedes just seems to be dicey all round..

 

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Posted 6/1/2007 12:55 PM
iNeon

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RE: It begins...

Marsden - 6/1/2007 5:12 AM

I mean, I understand there are times (esp in AL) when it's just too damn hot etc.

But A/C on an old Mercedes just seems to be dicey all round..

 



You've been in new cars too long Mr Shlomo's A/C works perfectly well, but you do have to use both feet at red lights to keep it cold-- otherwise, the RPMs are too low, and it doesn't do it's job. On the highway, it's not as effective as leon's(they used an a/c system from a MUCH larger car on neons, and they have VERY high-volume blower fans) but it's effective.

On a 107, I'd need it for the meat of the summer, not spring or fall. Also-- Have you ever tried to defrost your windows in Alabama with no A/C and only outside air available as it is in the older cars? It doesn't happen. I'd rather maintain an A/C system than to have to keep a matching window wiping towel in the console.
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