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Old 07-20-2001, 11:19 AM
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Does anyone know where the Air Conditioning ACC temperature sensor and the ACC Temp Switch are located on a 92 500SL? And if you remove the Temp switch will you have evacuate & recharge the Freon? My AC shuts off after retarting the car after the car is warmed up....any description on how the high and low sensors well?
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Old 07-20-2001, 08:48 PM
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ACC temp sensor is in a little housing next to the courtesy light between the sun visors. I am not sure what you mean by the ACC temp switch. There is not temp sensor in the air conditioner refrigerant path. There is one in the plenum for the A/C evaporator which slaves to the ACC control unit, prevents the evaporator from freezing. High and low pressures switches are usually located at the receiver/dryer. High pressure switch will open at a predetermined pressure after the compressor has run up system pressure. Low pressure switch will open if the system drops below a predetermined value. To protect the compressor from running w/o circulating refrigerant and oil.
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