I took her for a longer drive. Not as hot today, but was cold enough to make
the cabin chilly. As it cooled off this evening, I had to adjust the ACC up
and it was still rather chill.
> On Jul 16, 2017, at 12:57 AM, fmiser via Mercedes <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> clay wrote:
>> The IR probe was not used to measure at those places specified.
> Even just using your hand can work. I don't think I would touch
> the condenser inlet for very long. It can be hot enough to
> _hurt_. But evaporator inlet and outlet temp can be compared by
>> I have not tried the rest pressure test.
> You hadn't said and I wanted to be clear. *smiles*
> Usually I see low side pressures very low when it's
> under-charged. Unless the low-pressure switch is bypassed, this
> means the compressor doesn't run for very long before shutting off.
> Full disclosure - I have done little with the Mercedes AC. Lots
> with Chevy and some with Ford.
>> I did take the car out for some short (under 10 mile) trips and
>> was pretty impressed with cabin temps and cooling.
> Even a little refrigerant will provide some cooling. If the
> outside temperature isn't Poos or Bob Rentfro hot it might be
> enough. And driving, with lots of air flowing through the
> condenser, makes it easy for the air conditioner.
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