Hi all- Someone recently posted about an engine temp. sensor that shuts off
the AC compressor.... I've searched, but I can't find the post- can anyone
tell me where this sensor is exactly (engine block, I think) and how I can
test it? There was something mentioned about a red sensor and a green
my AC works fine, but just blows warm at higher engine temps....
Thanks much, Chris
Frank- Thanks for that- I'm going to look into that tomorrow and see exactly
what the compressor is doing....
If I get to the point where I have to charge the system, do you know where
it gets charged?
I've got quoted for around $250 by a few independent MB shops (3lbs *
$60/lbs + $70labor) to recharge the AC (mine is low on freon(bubbles
in the sight glass), thus does not cool well when it's loaded with 4-5
I just had mine charged with 2lb's (apparently it only holds 2.4lb's).....
There are no leaks, and I think it's too hot in NYC right now to judge just
how well its working.... I'm off to Albany/Woodstock for a few days and I'll
see how well it holds up... If it doesn't, I'm scare to even think of what
the problem might be...
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