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Is there a way to test an inline Bosch Injector pump off of a Mercedes 240D for output pressure ,without sending to a repair center ?

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Hi,they have a bench tester for testing fuel delivery,spray pattern,i think only calibration center would do testing, if your problem is only fuel knock,try to put some atf oil in your fuel tank,full tank,try one liter of atf,ty

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