Question about 1995 Mercedes-Benz E-Class
I seem to have a problem with the air circultaion temperature on my E230. I suspect that the Air Con is not operating correctly however even when this is switch off / EC mode and on a cold day hot air is blowen through the air vents. Any assistance would be gratefully recieved.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on May 02, 2009
Hey, what setting is your A/C on Max AC? AC? Cycling air in vehicle or taking it from outside
The car icon on the right in this image is what I'm referring to when I say cycling air in vehicle.
Also, do you ever have cold air blowing? on any setting or any speed? if not, find your A/C fan, it is smaller the the engine cooling fan, sometimes there are 2 fans together. The AC fan should be located at the front of the vehicle and is usually electrically powered.
Also try to find your compressor, looks something like this:
is it running? is one pipe hot and one cold? (the pipes I am referring to are inlet and outlet pipes of the A/C compressor unit.)
Hope this helps, keep me posted
Posted on May 10, 2009
HAS THE COMPRESSOR CLUTCH CONTROL MODULE BEEN REPLACED? ANOTHER PROBLEM IS THE CLOSING COIL OF THE ELECTROMAGNETIC CLUTCH GOES OPEN IN HOT WEATHER, HAS THAT BEEN REPLACED.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
All the blend doors and vents are controlled by vauum. If you look in the rear firewall behind the brake master cylinder you will see a vacuum check valve with lines entering the cabin of the vehicle. The yellow colored ones are for your central locking,the green for a/c system, and red for your heater/water valve,clear for your source. Try isolating your vac. systems by unplugging lines and capping them off. Any leak in either system can adversly affect another system. So isolate your leak and then you will have to test your actuaters in the leaky system. If you unplug the red line and cap it off-the water will stop entering your heater core.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
Press the O button to shut it off or any other button. Usually when the E/C sticks on its an A/C charge or sensor issue so check that also.
Posted on Apr 16, 2010
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