Question about 1992 Mercedes-Benz 190
Check your crank angle sensor when they go bad you will get no spark.at first when they go bad it will be intermittent.its a heat related problem,when the car warms up the sensor will cause a open circuite,then when it cools down it will start again.remove it from the car and hook your volt meter to ohms and place the leads on the end of the sensor it will show continuity,while the meter is on hit the sensor with a heat gun till warm if bad it will show an open loop when hot if so replace.
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
I would check the Crankshaft postion sensor and go from there.
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
I have a "92" MZB 190E w/a 2.6 ltr. 1st. my fuel pump stop working,had no fire. So I bypassed the computer and put a constent hot wire to the pump. But only when the key was turned on. Just could'nt afford the cost of the computer. Anyways, car running good for the past 3 wks. And now it just wont start,it was working fine the night before.Well I check to see if the fuel pump turns on and it does.Now I check for spark, and it does.I even tried to pour gas and either in the throttle body but still no luck. Not even as so much as a cough.
What should I look for or what might be the solution? Thank You.
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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