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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: merc 190e fuel injection problem
If the fuel gets to the distributor but no fuel comes out of the distributor if the airflow disk pushed into the air/fuel mixure body, i suggest you check the electro-hydralic-actuator
Its the black box (picture thanks to elproboscis from ebay america) as it controles the flow to the pluger body inside the centre of the distributor and goes from the plunger direct to the 4 outlines.
Posted on Aug 18, 2008
I would assume it is the same as my 1983 sun roof. I hade to remove the head liner and it unblots from the uner side. tilt it to the side and remove through the rear door. I hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
It is below the tank on the rear passenger side. There is a plastice cover under the car, you have to remove it to expose the filter. It is next to the Fuel Pump.
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
This is an interesting part, and I spent quite some time to fix the problem. I list it here those steps in the order could fix the problem ranging from least expensive to most expensive steps. It just happened to me the last one really eliminated the problem. 1- Make sure it gets turned up first. 2- Adjust cables to increase idle. There are two cables. You remove the air filter to see them clearly. a- one for the gas, the other for transmission. b- clean the area well so you can see a micro switch. This switch called cut off switch. c- whatever adjustment you make, the level of the switch has to press on the switch to maintain the idle. If you see it off, you can bend the metal part to keep it in place 3- Take off the Fuel distributor to clean the throttle below it. 4- Replace all the injectors. These are not Electronic Fuel Injectors so you don't have to deal with Injector module. 5- Replace the fuel distributors. Good luck.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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