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Old 06-08-2004, 11:29 PM
scripley
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Another AC Question

I am in the process of replacing the head on my 1993, 190E. It has a 2.6 liter engine and according to MTI it's shoe horned into the engine compartment and that is no over statement.

I plan on replacing the timing chain and this will require me to remove the radiator. I have been thinking about also removing the ac condenser to give me better access to the front of the engine.

With my system already converted to R134 and the system does not work worth a d*%n in Florida. I have read the a parallel flow condenser might help. Would it be worth my time and money to make this modification and it be successful?

Also what else would be required to seal the system up besides replacing the dryer drawing a vacume on the system and recharge with R134?

Please Advise and Thanks,

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