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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hello,delayed acceleration,maybe coming from your transmission if you have auto. trans, you can try with other dealer maybe they have a trans. gauge to read the pressure of your trans,adjust if nec.better to have a record on maintenance,oil,fuel filter,trans.filter and brake fluid change if necessary or your control cable from engine to trans.maybe need to adjust,ty
Posted on May 09, 2009
Yes cars with timing belts have a schedualed time in service manual for replacement. this is very important if it breaks then you might be replacing engine. when doing timing belt you also have other items like timing belt tensioner and timing belt pulleys as well most of the time the water pump is driven by the timing belt and should be replaced at the same time. also all seals as well cam seals crank seals ect. timing belt is one of the most important items on cars today . great question most people wait untill its to late when it breaks. and what ever shop does it make sure they have a mechanic that does timing belts regulary and that they ask you about all the parts I mentioned to you as well that they clean all factory parts before they go back on.
Posted on May 31, 2009
I beleive your firing order is 1 3 4 2. 1 and 4 are companion cylinders-meaning the piston is up or down at the same time i.e. compression and exhaust stroke both pistons are up and even on the exhaust stroke the ignition fires in order to burn unburnt fuel/ h ve you checked your trigger. There is a good coil testing tool that is placed over the coil and has a magnetic pickup that allows you to see if the coil is being triggered-just because you have power doesn't mean that you will have spark. I would replace your ignition wires and look at your wiring harness very carefully- if it is very brittle and you see bare wires exposed that is your most likley problem because the trigger is working for 1 and 3 and has the crank senser input for all for spark plugs and the cam senser is used for ignition advance and your fuel injection system. try wiggling your harness and see if your coils start to work. wireharnesses are a major problem on mercedes benz vehicles of that era. I hope I have been helpful
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
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