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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi,is this problem come after you repair your ecu,if is yes ,maybe the repair is not perfect,or you may check your fuel filter for water contamination,ty
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
Check that fan is coming on. If is not the fan temp sensor may be dead, or the fan may not have power (I had a bad earth on one)
Also, not sure if this model has a traditional thermostat - these can stick closed, and will cause the vehicle to heat up fast, stay hot, and overheat in traffic
Posted on May 13, 2010
Oil changes every 6,000 miles with new filter too.
New spark plugs, HT leads and distributor cap every 12,000 miles.
Let it warm up properly in the morning before moving off.
Clean air filter or replace ever 12,000 miles.
Clean out the intake manifold with carb cleaner to remove nasty deposits.
That should help your engine last a very long time.
Hope this helps and vote for if you think so. Thanks
Posted on Jun 24, 2010
SOURCE: how to connect ignition coil
take the top cover off (says mercedes on it ) you will find (on a 4 cyl ) 4 separate coils nomally held in by 2 bolts and attatched to the LT wiring loom
Posted on Sep 18, 2010
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