Date registered: Nov 2005
Vehicle: '83 W123 200 '98 E200 Kompressor (both Euro-spec., 200 in Portugal, E200 Now in Canada!), '08 B200
Location: Toronto, Canada
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Yeah, I'm thinking that's way too much RPM rise. A 50 RPM rise would be more reasonable and expected. This shouldn't change that much depending on temperature. The AC compressor either runs or doesn't. The load, AFAIK
doesn't change with different temperatures.
The clogged AC compressor theory sounds reasonable. Too much pressure/gas in the system, clog in lines or an AC compressor issue?
Paul (Paulo Santos)
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