1973 450sl A.C. belt

if the a.c. belt is off can that cause problems with exsesive fuel. It floods out after getting warm. Any ideas?

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No, it shouldn't unless your AC is on as in climate control. The drag of the belt on the pulley should not affect the fuel economy when AC is off.
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not AC belt. I guess you have a Djet fuel system with elec injectors; have it set up at a shop.

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