Question about 1999 Mercedes-Benz E-Class
I need to know where the vacuum hoses are located so I can check the connections. Thanks
On the 1999 E class this is generally a problem when teh freon level is a little low. Sounds strange to blow cold on one side and not the other but recharging the system is the typical repair. You will also have to find the leak to keep this from happening in the future. There is an updated receiver drier for this vehicle depending on the vin number. The earlier version has a large(about the size of a nickle) sight glass in the top which cracks and allows freon to leak. The new version the sight glass is much smaller, about the sixe of a dime. Recharging the system should be the first step.
Posted on May 29, 2009
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