Question about 1992 Mercedes-Benz 190
THe Carburator is over flooding with fuel. Engine cannot start unless fuel in the Carburetor is drained out.
Sounds like your fuel pressure regulator or fuel pump may have an issue, start by checking your fuel pressure and be sure it is within spec, make sure you fuel return line is not blocked off of crimped and check the operation of the fuel pressure regulator if all is well with the fuel delivery system you may need a rebuild on the carb or replacement, this should be left to a professional or competent wrench please rate -Jeff
Posted on Sep 12, 2008
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