Question about 1988 Mercedes-Benz 300
Most all components checked and or replaced I need to adjust the air flow using a meter and the adjusting hole in the top of the air filter outer housing thru the hole placed there to allow adjusting during low idle I have done this many years ago I had to buy a long adjusting rod type tool and hook my meter some where , I forget where and forget the reading I was to adjust it to , I think it was between 4 and 8 ohms
You are not actually adjusting the air flow, just the fuel distributor's response to air flow. This video walks you through how to do that: Duty cycle measurement on Mercedes W124 diagnostic socket faulty control...
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Jan 03, 2009
Guys i just bought my first car and its a Mercedes 190E 1.8L 1991. Now i noticed an digital meter just above my steering wheel with 2 knobs on each end. I dont know what is it for can u tell me plzz. Thanks :>
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
you should check the connection to the main board and the connections to the motor for the wipers. these sometimes become gunked up, so when you pull them apart to check them clean them with sand paper or something that can scrub them like a green scratch pad
Posted on Dec 24, 2009
no you don't have to remove the oil filter housing. Mercedes Benz has a tool that fits right over the oil filter cap that is inexpensive or you can just use a oil filter wrench. On the in-line 6 cylinder motor its a little harder to fit a filter wrench back there so a claw type filter wrench might be easier to use.The Mercedes filter tool can be found online also.
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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