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Old 06-03-2006, 11:58 PM
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98 e320 (W210) A/C problem + codes

PLEASE tell me what you think of the following codes for a/c.A/C was working poorly or not at all had it rechared worked the first 5 min and then stopped working had dye added and can't find any leaks.last year installed new drier/condesor/and both switches on drier. THANKS For Any Help
1-76
2-75
3-73
4-73
5-143 evaperator temp--------------------10hrs later still 143 (car not running for 10hrs )
6-147 fct sensor ( whats this one?)---10hrs later 78
7-06 refrig press-----------------------10hrs later 04
8-91 refrig temp----------------------10hrs later 71
9-27
10-1.4
11-2.5
12-4.3 sun sensor
20-3.2
21-32
22-00
23-32
24-11.4
40-164----------------10hrs later 164
41-32-----------------10hrs later 32
42-72
43-152

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Old 06-04-2006, 09:44 AM
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What's "10 hours later" mean for #7? If it's reading 71, that's way out of range.

#6 is ECT. Should be in C, so unless yours reads in F, it's way out of range.
#5 looks to be another problem, but all of these being out of range points to other problems. Perhaps the pushbutton unit N22.

Check for N22 trouble codes (what you printed are "current sensor values"). If it were mine, I'd change the evaporator temperature sensor first, as it's easy and cheap.
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Old 06-04-2006, 09:57 AM
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And have a gander at the problem I had with mine. My thread also talks about the sensor Matt is talking about.

210 chassis climate control problem

Len
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Old 06-04-2006, 10:06 AM
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What's "10 hours later" mean for #7? If it's reading 71, that's way out of range.

#6 is ECT. Should be in C, so unless yours reads in F, it's way out of range.
#5 looks to be another problem, but all of these being out of range points to other problems. Perhaps the pushbutton unit N22.

Check for N22 trouble codes (what you printed are "current sensor values"). If it were mine, I'd change the evaporator temperature sensor first, as it's easy and cheap.
Sorry I was still a sleep when I updated the numbers #7 Refrigerant press is now 04.10hrs later means car sat overnight in the garage.Sorry for the wrong info.
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Old 06-04-2006, 11:06 AM
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Ah, good. Read Sokolof's thread, as it is most likely exactly what you need to do.
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Old 06-13-2006, 09:13 PM
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THANK YOU,yes it was the evaporator temp sensor
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