Mercedes 300ce 1992 will not start will fire occasionaly plugs appear wet car used to start after turning over for some time problem has got worse over time have replaced plugs air filter dist cap rot/arm when running car was lumpy on tickover and hesitant to pull away
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You will find the filter under the car in front of rear wheels.
It will have a cover on it so remove the screws to get to the filter.If you need to change it read the manual or you can get fuel all over the floor. As well as the filter you will need the copper washers that go in to seal the banjo joints.
You must turn the car on after alarm goes off. Door locking and unlocking dont work after the alarm goes off. Its like you break a window to get in anyone can lock or unlock a door thats why its tied to the ignition.
Whovever did the head repplacement should have replaced the chain. If they did not then you probably lost teeth on the gears and chain went wild in there. Back firing can mean alot of things and can definatly support what you are saying.
If you redlined the vehicle any number of things can happen with no load to slow the engine down.
By the sounds of it your problem is that either the battery wants charging or replacing
Points set to bigagap and distributor and cap may not be seating correctly also check on the leads and Plugs for the correct gap
Have you played with the timing if not ok
The 190 is a lovley car look after it....
Either the sending unit,(this unit is on the motor)is malfunctioning, or your engine oil pump may not be providing enough pressure. This could be due to sticky oil pressure bypass valve,,worn out pump,,or worn engine main bearings. If it is just a case of worn engine oil bearings,this is usually indicated by high oil pressure when cold,,but low oil pressure when hot,.i wouldn't worry to much, since most engines suffer from this same complaint and doesn't harm the engine any.