So my question is "will a 95 E320 motor drop in to my merc with out to many complications? if so will I need the trans and computer as well? also the E320 has a hole in the sump as a result of a accident so will my sump fit this? and have been told that some bolt on parts might need to be changed? is this so?
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Re: I have a suspected cracked block in my 94 S320,
Well..charles..i used to drop short block chevys into a jag, and that only made my hair turn grey..this is a possible, with a load of modifications..some shops do this as a specialty of course, and you might enjoy this journey..stock up on strong elixirs though..
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hi this is almost allways cylinderhead gasket i dont know if you have a inline6 or av6 motor on the inline6 machine the head when doing the gasket or wasting your time check also cracks in head or block when doing the job
the blower motor for the a/c is located under the windshield wiper motor. you access it from the engine compartment by removing all the trim covers under the windshield, also have to remove the wiper motor and assembly but be careful not to crack the windshield. once you pull all the covers out of the way you will see the blower motor housing. remove clips and voltage regulator in order to remove top cover of blower motor housing.
i have mercedes 94 e320 was run ok .but after engine wash first coil no sparking ,and a the second quit too ,running only whit the third coil ,,i changed all 3 coils but runnig a same,,no sparks on those front 2
You would need to get a repair manual for a schematic to know where the starter motor is located. In truth, replacement is not very complicated--you simply unbolt the old unit and bolt in a new replacement unit. But, you may have to disassemble other components to reach the starter motor. It is likely more costly to have your starter motor repaired. I suggest getting a new one or refurbished. Some places will have a "core charge", whereby you get that money refunded when you send them your old starter. In the end, it is cheaper and easier than getting your starter motor fixed. Good luck.