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gperera01 10-23-2017 11:34 PM

Usage of a/c and heater buttons
 
I just purchased a Mercedes 1982 380 Sl and there was no manual. Can someone help me to identify what the bottons do. Thanks

moon161 10-24-2017 01:49 PM

Repost in diesel discussion instead of alternative fuels and more people will see it, it should be the same US climate control as the W123.

michael0584 10-24-2017 03:49 PM

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I found these awhile back and saved for my reference. I think they are scanned out of an owners manual.

chrisgt 10-26-2017 09:01 AM

In the heating mode, warm air will occasionally be emitted from the movable nozzles (1)

Who thought that would be a good idea? It makes absolutely no sense "hey you're driving in the cold, so how about we don't blow hot air out of the center vents" I'll never understand... I thought it was broken for the longest time after rebuilding the climate computer, then I eventually read that in my manual.

I digress... From left to right you have:
Defrost - full heat and full AC at the same time with full blower. Gives you warm dry air to the windshield. No recirculate.

Bilev (what an american car would call it) - defrost vents, dash vents, and floor vents.

same as bilev, but no defrost vents. American cars might call this "Max A/C".

Same as above but economy mode, no A/C.

Fan control in auto gives you speeds 2 through 4 automatically. Bottom button is speed 1, top button is speed 5.

gperera01 10-27-2017 09:27 PM

Thanks a lot


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