Question about 2002 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
Hi,I have a 1993 C280 sedan.It has 3/4 tank full of petrol,and was being driven at the time,had the day before driven 320km distance,2 times it faulted like a split second loss of power then no more problem,and then the next day after being on the road for about 3 hours,it just stalled at 100 km/h speed,and will turn over and over,but not start,like a fuel problem but,i dont know where to start to fix it.Please can you suggest options?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: THE CAR WILL START PREFECTLY
your fuel pump is going out my friend had the same car with the same problem we replaced his fuel pump and the car ran fine after that, his problem was the fuel pump it was giving up after running for a while. i hope this solves your car problem
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
If the compression is down then you may need a valve job or a rebuilt engine. Put a tablespoon of oil in each cylinder and check the compression again. If it comes up then you need a valve job. If it doesnt change then your piston rings and seals are bad and will need a rebuild. If the valve seats are destroyed then chances are you need a valve job.
Posted on Mar 30, 2010
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