Question about 2001 Mercedes-Benz M-Class
Do you have idle at 650 rpm per spec?
If you can adust idle to correct spec then you are right : it is an easy fix.
How do you do that: by adjusting the gas cable at engine side.
If this is not a fix, then things are not simple as it is. You don't have the right mixture of air/gas ratio: 14.6:1.
Try to addess it as early as possible so you can experience the least cost of solutions for remedy before preparing for the hight cost solution.
After all the solutions from your mechanic won't work, the last costly thing is your fuel distribution out of calibration. Good luck.
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
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