Question about Mercedes-Benz CLK
Sounds like you have an under charged system. this could be due to a lose of refrigerant ( a leak ). Keep in mind this is the most common problem. I would have a local shop add some refrigerant to it, make sure they have the ability to do a leak and a pressure test. MrRodneyLong@Gmail.com
Posted on Jul 02, 2008
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