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Cold start/fast idle problem 190e petrol

Cold start valve needs replacing & the previous owner has damaged injector housing & fast idle adjuster.garage said i need a new housing. or scrap it! what can i do to save my car?

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  • Anonymous Jan 28, 2009

    thanks for your response. a mate who knows his stuff is going to have a look at it for me in a couple of weeks. i'll get some pictures of the problem area. i'll let you know what happens.
    cheers.

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    Raymond Hall May 11, 2010

    Can you add a picture of the damage

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Try online for a used unit or autohausaz.com or buymbparts.com to get parts.

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