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    Quote Originally Posted by TerryA View Post
    BTW, At this time of the year, what's the temp & humidity down there?
    It's been incredibly mild, by Houston standards. We're just now starting to get into the "meat" of the year .... which separates the men from the boys. We're in a hard 95-degree daily slog from now through mid-October. We're seeing ~90F almost daily now, but the normal summer temps generally run 93-98F every day. With about 70-90% humidity. Not quite there yet, but soon....

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    Guys,

    Thanks on the temp & humidity update.

    Just curious being from the state w/ the best weather on the planet, the "Global World Leader in Climate Change State" also known as the "Looney Tunes State".

    The best weather is hardly worth it anymore. I gotta get out of this place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TerryA View Post
    also known as the "Looney Tunes State".

    The best weather is hardly worth it anymore. I gotta get out of this place.
    All of the west coast states have turned into "Looney Tunes States." Check the recent demonstration problems over the weekend in Portland, Oregon as well as the recent stabbings there that made the national news. All of this from the "mecca" of liberalism and hipsterism and peace/love/harmony/food trailers in the USA. It's why after growing up and living in all 3 West Coast states pretty much my entire life, that I moved to Texas almost 9 years ago. I can never live in a West Coast state again. From Texas it's likely that I'll end up next in coastal Maryland, Virginia or North Carolina to live out my days.

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    Sorry Louis,

    I didn't mean to jack your thread. Deleat if you want.
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    No problem at all, this is a community and I enjoy it all!
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    Got sidetracked last few days doing collision work on the boy's Tacoma. New headlights, fender, bumper support and bumper cover. Lots of bending sheet metal, several zip ties since Toyota charged 3.50 per plastic grommet. C126 has been stripped down, nothing left of the dash. looking forward to removing the Intake section and refurbing the dusty flaps of 26 year old foam.
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    Now the fun begins
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    That is an evaporator core that died in the C126. (It's the black thing on the left)

    For optimal cooling of course, air should easily pass thru the fins....that is not happening with this sample. The flash lessened the reality of the crud plugging and obstructing airflow.
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    Sure a lot of debris stuck to that condenser. That's under the dash? Older MBs A/Cs are not that great to begin with all of that crap sure can't help efficiency. MB A/Cs need to be in top order to get max cooling.

    I can see a reason to retrofit the filters on my 93 500e but at this point in it's life it's probably to late unless your changing out the condenser under the dash.

    Louis, Please give us more pics of the progress.

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    I agree. I am thinking about rigging at least a mesh over the fresh air plenum to keep large debris from getting in. I run a/c at least 10 months out of the year. Making the outer firewall opening slightly smaller with framed solar screen mesh may just do it. That will be last on the list but for sure, this garbage will not enter in the future. The leaking was near the clump, above the center of the mass between the fins. There was also several layers of disintegrated flap foam that all got replaced with better products. (contact cement on clean surface and tool box tray liner and 2mm thick closed cell foam sheet cut to fit flap surface area) The components are very brittle after 26 years of Texas heat and use. I have cleaned every nylon hinge, every vacuum connection is new and so are the pods. Gleitpaste on every pivot point on every moving part. and a drop of atf into the cables. If I had broken anything in the box controls I was prepared to set all flaps so that I had pure sealed box except for the center dash vents. Luckily, nothing broke during the tear down and cleaning/lubrication process. This will not be a honch style How-To, there are several available at other locations. But more pics to follow as a memory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TerryA View Post
    Older MBs A/Cs are not that great to begin with all of that crap sure can't help efficiency. MB A/Cs need to be in top order to get max cooling.
    The stock R-12 system on my 560SEC blows as cold as, or colder than, the stock R-134a system in my E500. I think you just have to have them operating at peak efficiency is all. The A/C system in my W116 450SEL 6.9 worked quite well too.

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    Ok rebuilt all flaps, all new pods and I even placed some very heavy solar screen over the fresh air box. This way it is held tight betwixt the hvac box and the firewall. No pics of it, but no debris, nada is getting into my airbox. Also, putting the 3 pipes for the heater thru the firewall solo is a Herculean task, as it must have been over 100f easy in the garage.

    All ready to send our wood for refinishing and will take car to Indy to evacuate system and recharge when they can get me in and out. Will put dash back on when it's done.

    As for the E500, my star broke off so the stealer gave me $5 off list. Fodders day special

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    Great Job Louis!!!

    Just thinking about crawling around under the dash is making my old bones ache.

    100f Yikes!! Forget about evacuating the A/C, you would have to be evacuate me to the ER.

    Just kidding - I CAN TAKE IT
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    Man it's hot in the garage. Only lost 6 lbs sweating upside down in the footwell. Finally gave up, loosened the upper connections to the expansion valve and was able to get the bottom to bite. It really is simple to install the expansion valve by alternating upper and lower a few threads at a time alternating in an X fashion until tight. Then I torqued them down a skosh more with hardware. Getting closer......
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    Spent a few Minutes getting car connected with minimal dash/hvac controls. Started it up and ran all the controls electronically and the flaps all open and close correctly. Let the heat generate thru the new core with leak free success.

    Here is a picture of the outside air inlet from the engine view. The point is to show what it looks like to cover the opening with mesh. This prevents debris from entering the hvac system.

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    Not much today. Rebuilt a few wires from a PO radio installed that got butchered. Finished floor ducts and installed a new dead foot pedal I had for years. Zip ties all the harnesses I re-taped to the crash bar.
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    .076kg of R134 entered after 30 mins of vacuum and pressure test of my work. No leaking and she blows nice and cold. Very odd to drive without a dash or gauges


    Now we wait for wood to come back before dash install.
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    Hey, you are halfway to a track rat! Now rip out the seats and put in a Sparco race bucket... and a cage & fuel cell...


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    and head for divorce court....

    Swabbed all my firewall fire proof material with contact cement, and anything else that was factory glued is now tight as the assembly in September of 91. Finalized the expansion valve foam insulation, installed passenger crash bar and both sets of carpets for the floor and the tunnel. Replaced the steering shroud with a nice perfect example from parts stash. Removed cluster and painted the case SEM Landau Black.
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    While waiting for my C126 wood refinish, I am all done with what I can do on the car inside. I did buy new legends for the CCU in Celsius,and a new ignition escutcheon for the C126. So I have moved on to replacing the guide rod aka thrust rod bushing. This bad boy is a big round bushing that controls the caster for the alignment. When I removed the cross brace, I noticed that the head was sheared off one of the three sides. I had forgotten about that from a few years back. I was about to drill it out when I removed the dog bone (actually bearing support brace) but I also noticed someone before me had stripped the threads in another place and helicoiled the aluminum brace. So I decided to table this until I get a new (used) one sent to me from a Fletcher Jones yard in Vegas. Not really, but a friend there finds nothing but 123/124/126 from Fletcher Jones so he calls it that. Anyway, the picture of the bushing is right here:



    And here is the Dog Bone that holds it on to the chassis that will be here in a few days.

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    Finished the swap of the guide rod and a new dogbone. Next up is hood removal to swap out a hinge. 105F heat index today, that was at a windy airport. Must have been higher in the shop.
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    C126 Removed hood, and removed my worn hinges. I had a spare set in my part stash that are very tight, off the 87 I had parted. I let them soak and wick some atf overnight and made the install. I will wait for the new bushings to arrive in about 10 days from the Fatherland before installing and adjusting the hood. 4-6 weeks on my wood, wish it was complete - I miss the coupe'.
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    Guide rod mounts was a PITA job until I figured out that if you have a spare set of driveshaft flex disc bolts, you can use them to press in the guide rod mount after you mount the bracket on the car, making it a little easier.
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    McClare, Bondavi and Cascade sent me text messages saying they've seen your thread and applaud your good work !!


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    Quote Originally Posted by nocfn View Post
    Now the fun begins
    Looks like a repairing spacecraft to me . Must be a really patient with that kinda of job
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    I also noticed someone before me had stripped the threads in another place and helicoiled the aluminum brace.


    Whoever installed those link ball joints did not do the job right: the water drain groves are placed in the wrong location (the entire ball joint has to be rotated 90 degrees). Please see attached procedure 33-615 (see note after step # 4). I also attached a picture of mine already done, although the picture does not show extremely well what I am talking about.
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    Yes they were installed in wrong location, but not off that much. This BJ came out with less force that required to get a new one seated, one spank of a rubber mallet and itf came out. I do not have records of this being done either by the PO or by my Indy when I had the suspension done as a nOOb. To be fair the picture was made after the joint was out and reseated for picture sake, as the bolts were in for safe keeping while the cover was soaking in rust prevention.

    I really think with the cowl drainage right there, extending the length of the drain hose by a skosh, just past the mating of the bone and the chassis would prevent a constant water source. A simple fab of 3 inches should do it.
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    Took a 520 mile road trip to Dallas with E500. Flawless handling 80-100! Constant cruise temp of 82.




    EDIT


    About 20 minutes after writing this in the car, I left the location only to find that my slow reverse was actually moving to, and now no reverse! I knew this when I got the car (having been thru this before on the C126). So I shall be dropping her off for a complete rebuild by one of the best here in Houston (they did my C126 in 2012) but sadly, they are wholesale only. My numbered tranny will match and that's ideal! http://www.jaggiimport.com/ Indy knows to replace carrier bearing and Flex Disks (no URO parts) Also the tranny shop will be swapping in my 1995 E420 Valve body, and returning my original. Spring kit included - this is the same shop that also did the Glasco_Chris rebuild.

    So it took almost 3 years but the "required deferred MX" budget planned for is now used. More details on the completions when I get the work done. For now (since c126 is sans dash) I shall be mindful of how I park her until then as there are no helper hills in Houston. 124,020
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    had some parts hanging around that I never installed after I put on new brakes and fluid. I replaced the cap on the MC reservoir, the under side of the cap on the new sample has a gasket that looks like a Zoro hat, the original "hat" portion was gone, leaving me just a hat brim if you know what I mean.

    The other petrified piece was the cap on top of the level indicator. It was fossilized and broke into pieces. This was less fluid leaking but more like if you took off the cap and some dripped on the reservoir. New rubber should fix it. Cheap parts, should be replaced if any part looks sketchy. Imagine the language if you opened the hood to find leaking fluid and bare metal do to major failure.

    Also thanks to 7Delta for help adjusting my JL Audio system! Also did the same to the C126.

    A note of thanks who reached out on the tranny, i appreciated your expertise.
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    Dropped the E500 off at the shop for the tranny removal. Successful day, discussed getting MB glass delivered to him at his wholesale cost to be installed, and potentially saved my dealer a customer as i introduced him to Jono for a possible rebuild of an upper wire harness for a 96 SL that is NLA. A good day, had a friend help me re assemble my C126 hood after i replaced the hinges. The job was a success since the replacements are not bent and have no play.

    A good story here, renee at mboemparts called to say the c126 Fender liner was superseded but not in the epc.... and at 3x the cost. I bought it anyway as mine is like shredded wheat. It came and has a piece clearly for the unit that sits behind fender for ASR. So Bob responds to pics and says we will order the cover and the plastic rivet free of charge since its not on the epc. This kind of service is great and that is why i use MB OEM PARTS .com
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