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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
thanks for asking ,
There aren't many people dealing with the W126 these days. The best place is ebay. Otherwise you could end up paying a small fortune at a specialist dismantler. But before you leap, look up the parts for the E class W124, many items were the same. Good luck
Posted on Jun 30, 2008
SOURCE: alternator not exciting
Hi ' If you changed the battery and alternator,
Check the voltage at the red wire on the alternator. if there a less than 12 volt.
Check the fuse link, that goes in the starter positive bolt.
If the fuse is bad replace and recheck the charging system.
IF charging normal. good.
If not, che the fuse in the fuse box, "" cluster".
If the fuse is blow out, replace. and check again.
OK. I hope this work for you.
Posted on Jul 06, 2008
Chilton publishes useful manuals for foreign cars. When I was running Mercedes diesels I relied on them. Haynes makes another useful manual for the MB. Haynes and Chilton can be reached at Sparkford Near Yovil, Somerset BA22 7JJ England.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
ok ric , now the tensioner , notice a 15mm bolt head on the tensioner pulley , put a wrench on that 15mm head and turn clockwise , that will unload the tensioner , install your belt according to the belt wrap picture under the hood , release tensioner , and you should be good to go . however ,,,,,
last thing , there are like 5 fuses involved in this circuit , 1.) a 120 amp fuse in the fuse block , left side of engine compartment , 2.) a 60 amp fuse in the same place as #1 , 3.) a 7.5 amp fuse in the relay box - left side of engine compartment , 4.) a 7.5 amp in the left side of dash fuse panel , and 5.) another 7.5 amp fuse in the same panel as #4 . sure is a very well protected circuit ..
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
Check the underside of your hood for a belt diagram. If it's not there, call your dealer with your VIN number to get the correct diagram.
Posted on Sep 20, 2009
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