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Old 10-29-2013, 11:20 PM
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Thanks to all. I actually have the opportunity to drive it all weekend too! I think I'll take the seller up on that offer. It needs a refrigerant charge and still has not been converted yet to updated r134a (?). I hope the evaporator is still good 'cause that is a very expensive job on w124 if I remember correctly. I'll get to investigate the kickdown switch too.
I missed that part, thanks sixto for bringing it up!

yeah... all MB's 93 and up were designed from the start with 134 in them... no conversion needed.

if it's flat... unless there is a bad hose... you will likely need an evaporator.
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