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1987 190E a/c ? (not center vs. side vent ? :- )

Old 05-09-2007, 03:05 PM
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Default 1987 190E a/c ? (not center vs. side vent ? :- )

Hi. I have a question about my a/c... the deal is that it rarely works. I've had the car for about a year now & last year it worked most of the time. (I usually just left it on because the temp in the car would get too warm otherwise) I turned it off when winter came & in recent months turned it back on (i.e. pushed the button in) but it has only actually "come on/worked/blown cold air" maybe once during this time.

An interesting point to note is that one way I'm alerted that the a/c is engaged, is if I'm able to turn on/see the red light on the recirculate button. Not sure how it's connected to the a/c system, but whenever the a/c's blowing cold, the recirculate is operable, when no light, no cold air.

I'm in LA & the temp is already in the 90's, so any ideas that might help me get it running with some consistency would be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance for any responses.
Old 05-11-2007, 09:18 AM
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Default RE: 1987 190E a/c ? (not center vs. side vent ? :- )

Check out 190revolution.net , W201's airconditioning modules suck and there are plenty of threads to search
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