I am aware that every Mercedes is CFC free.
I was recently reading in my 1995 C-class that "as with every 1995 Mercedes-Benz, no CFCs are used in the air conditioning system or anywhere throughout the cabin."
Now, I am aware that CFCs are Cloro Fluoro Carbons. And this is a form of pollution or something of the nature(?).
But how and why would CFCs ever be used in a car, and what is the purpose?
(I think you, John E will be able to help me.)
2006 E350 w/ 155k miles (Daily Driver)
1993 300E 3.2L Sedan w/ close to about 300k miles
2003 E500 Brilliant Silver (Had 217k miles when totalled!)
1989 300E with 289,000 miles (had for <1 yr while in HI)
03 CLK 500 cabrio (Mom's)
2006 C230k (Dad's)
1999 S420 (Mom's/Dad's)
2000 C230k Sport sedans
2001 CLK320 Cabrio (Mom's)
1995 C280 My First Mercedes-Benz... (155k miles. EXCEPTIONAL AUTOMOBILE. Was Very hard to let go of!)