Question about Mercedes-Benz E-Class
You need a position sensor tester to time mercedes. diesel injection pump.you remove the screw plug from the side of injection pump governor housing.install position sensor into hole and connect the tester to the vechicle battery and position sensor.turn the crankshaft by hand until lamps A and B on the tester light simulaneously take the reading on the crankshaft pulley.loosen the injection pump and turn the adjusting screw until the timing pointer is at 15 degrees after top dead center.ATDC and both lamps are on install the oil and plug torque the plug to 22 ft lbs.
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
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