Question about 1993 Mercedes-Benz 190
It sounds like your fuel distributer is clogged. Replace your fuel filter. first you can try to bleed your system. take 12mm. wrech and loosen up you lines(one at a time) and crank your engine over(with a battery charger)and force your fuel bubbles out of the lines. while the engine is cranking and the line is loose knock on the line with the wrench and you will probably see a whole buch of rust poor out of the loose fitting. do thius repeatedly untill engine fires off-then with engine running loosen up your lines and repeat if any lines loosen up and there is no idle change that means that cylender is not firing and your injecter is not working. These mechanical style injecter's take alot of pressure to open the poppet valve to spray fuel.hope I have been helpful
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
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