Question about 1995 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
Not a Mercedes experts, only advising from many other models of vehicles I have worked on, through the years.
Generally harmonic balancers are two piece affairs. An inner circle of metal with an outer thick metal ring, and a rubber sleeve in-between them.
When the two parts are put together with the sleeve in-between, TONS of pressure are used to do this. Best solution here would be to buy a new harmonic balancer.
Have you checked the bottom pulley to see if it is/was tight? Is it bent? Is there a bolt that goes through the middle of the balancer to the crankshaft nose? Is it tight?
Not to alarm, but I have seen rare instances where the crankshaft nose was bent. I have also seen instances where it is broken, away from the rest of the crankshaft.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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