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W203 & 463 HVAC

507 HVAC HO 203 & 463 (ACB ICC) 10-30-02

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Course Objectives
This presentation builds upon the information already covered in the Systems Training 1 (507) W220 HVAC presentation.

At the conclusion of this section, the technician will: Identify the climate control system used on W203 & 463 Locate climate control components and serviceable items Describe the function of climate control systems and related components Demonstrate proficiency in operation of AAC and C-AAC by completing shop modules

Contents

System I.D. Ventilation Sensors

EIS - Key Memory Temperature Control

Flap Motors
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C240 & G500 Pushbutton Module AAC (N22)

Note: EC button symbol is replaced with AC off as of 2003 model


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C320 Pushbutton Module C-AAC (N22/7)

C320 Activated Charcoal Filters


Not available on C240 & G500

Location: under passenger side dash


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W203 Dust Filter

Replaced every B service Battery has a vent tube installed


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463 Dust Filter

Replaced every B service


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Blower Motor (A32m1) and Regulator (A32n1)


C240 & G500, 12 manual settings + Automatic

C320, 7 manual settings + Automatic

NOTE: Blower motor is switched off while cranking engine.


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W203 Closed Loop Operation with Ignition Off


With ignition switched off, the fresh air / recirculated air flap is positioned at 50% opening. This position allows cabin air to escape when closing the vehicle doors. 50% Reducing the effort needed to close the doors.

50%

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Heater Box Flap Actuator Control

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Flap Actuator Motors


C240 & G500 Utilizes 6 flap actuator motors

C320 Utilizes 10 flap actuator motors

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C240 & G500 Flap Actuator Motor Location


M2/5 - Fresh air / recirculating air flap positioning motor M2/6 - Left blend air flap positioning motor M2/7 - Right blend air flap positioning motor M2/15 - Left and right footwell flaps positioning motor M2/16 - Left and right defroster flaps positioning motor
P83.40-2192-06

M2/21 - Fresh air flap positioning motor

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C320 Flap Actuation Motor Location


M2/5 - Fresh air / recirculating air flap positioning motor M2/6 - Left blend air flap positioning motor M2/7 - Right blend air flap positioning motor M2/8 - Left defroster flap positioning motor M2/9 - Right defroster flap positioning motor M2/10 - Left footwell flap positioning motor M2/11 - Right footwell flap positioning motor M2/19 - Left fresh air flap positioning motor A32m1 - Blower motor A32m2 - Charcoal filter flap motor M2/20 - Right fresh air flap positioning motor
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Flap Actuator Motors


Contains a integral logic printed circuit board.

All W203, 463, 163, R230 & W211 electric flap motors are identical All flap actuator motors are connected via a common 3 wire ribbon cable, called the CAN-KLA. This cable is connected to the pushbutton control module.

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Flap Motor Pin Identification


12v Control Data Ground

These four pins are used for coding

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Flap Motor Coding


Plastic bridges built into the connector plug act as spreaders forcing shorting pins apart. Since there are 4 pins up to 16 coding variations are available. Plastic bridges 4 pins for coding

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Color Coding Plugs on CAN-KLA


Signal
(-) (+)

ACC (N22/7)

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W203 Fresh Air Vent Function


Bleeds air from center and side air vents. Reduces drafts

Amount of bleed air controlled by adjusting wheel (2).

(2)

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W203 Center Nozzle Function

6 = cold admix air wheel adds cold air to cabin mixture Note: admix wheel control discontinued on MY2003
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Cabin Temperature Regulation

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W203 Auxiliary Coolant Pump (M13)


Pump only operates if cabin heating required Controlled through front SAM (N10/1)

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W203 Coolant Circuit Legend


1. Coolant pressure cap with 2 stage valve 2. Expansion reservoir 3. Radiator 4. Coolant thermostat 5. Coolant pump 6. Heat exchanger 7. Windshield washer fluid reservoir 8. Heater core 9. Aux. coolant pump
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Aux. coolant pump

Duo-valves are not required for temperature regulation

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W203 Heater Box Airflow

Fresh or Recirc air--Cooled air-----------Heated air-----------Blended air-----------

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W203 & 463 Blend Air Flap Function


(Temperature Regulation)

Blending mode

Cooling mode
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Flap Design Changes

W220 Chassis Design (Single flap)

W203 Chassis Design (Multi-flap) - Quieter operation - Improved air blending


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Refrigerant Circuit

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W203 Refrigerant Circuit Changes


Hi side Low side

Refrigerant press./ temp sensor


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W203 Receiver Dryer with Replaceable Element

Follow instructions in WIS before replacing element. Note: Internal hex nut. Do not remove while system is still charged. Special tool to remove
203 589 00 10 00
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Sensor Inputs

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Ambient Temperature Sensor (B14)


Used in conjunction with the 2 interior temperature sensors for improved cabin temperature regulation.

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In-car Temperature Sensors (N70b1) and (N22b1)

The two in-car temperature sensor values are averaged unless the outside temperature sensor (B14) is reading under 50F, then only the N70b1 is used for cabin temperature regulation. An open sunroof in this case can cause excessive heating complaints due to cool air swirling around N70b1. C320 - N22b1 C240 - N22b1

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Dew Point Sensor (B31/2)


(C240 & G500)
Function:

Measures humidity, ambient temperature and calculates dew point value Keeps cabin air from becoming excessively dry These values are used for controlling the A/C compressor output

* C320 uses a multi-function sensor


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Refrigerant Pressure and Temperature Sensor (B12/2)

Refrigerant pressure (B12), and refrigerant temperature (B12/1) have been integrated into 1 sensor Discreet wired to left SAM (N10/1), signal sent via CAN to AAC pushbutton module (N22)

B12/2 is located under the radiator

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Sun Sensor (B32/2) C320 Only


4 quadrant design as used on W220

Affects:
C240 has a false plastic cover

Temperature regulation Blower speed Air distribution


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C240 & G500

vs

C320

Painted display panel 6 Flap actuator motors Dew point sensor Single air direction control

LCD display / back lit switches 10 Flap actuator motors Multi-function sensor Independent air direction control Illuminated dash vent controls Sun position sensor Activated charcoal filters

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Advanced System Functions

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Tunnel Feature
C320 only

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W203 & 463 Defroster Changes


Defroster outlet temperature is
influenced by pushbutton temperature settings

Amount of air drying (dehumidify) is


affected by humidity

Air is delivered to footwell flaps for up


to 30 sec. after engine is started then switched to windshield

C320 blower operates at 80% output


C240 blower operates at full speed Both can be overridden with manual switch
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EIS Stored Climate Control Settings


The following climate control settings are stored in EIS. The data is stored separately for key #1 and #2.

#1
SmartKeys

#2
EIS (N73)

C320:
Settings stored:

C240: (if equipped with full electric seats)


Settings stored:

Automatic mode A/C off switch (on/off) Defroster switch Manual air settings Blower speed Temperature setting ACF switch on/off

Automatic mode A/C off switch (on/off)

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