I mifgt buy a 1995 S420 with 126,000 miles on it. My mechanic said to be
carefull because to fix the air conditioning on this model take like 25
hours of labor and could run between $3000 and $4,000 to fix. Has anyone
It is common knowledge on the W140 where people said their evaporator is
leaking... and the evaporator is buried deep in the dashboard.
Some use sealer with some success... other just didn't try and paid a
fortune for the job. By this time, most of evaporator should have been
changed already... no one can live without A/C.
Evaporator replacement has been a common problem on this model MB....and the
price of the job is all over the place depending on who does the work. Low
end at a good indie shop probably around $2K.....high end at a
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