Question about Mercedes-Benz 300-Class
Run the fault codes
it is a fuel supply problem---dirty injectors , fuel filter . fuel pump, fuel pressure regulator , EVAP canister venting problem
Posted on May 24, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The firing order for a Chevy s10 depends on which engine you have. 1.9L engine the firing order is: 1-3-4-2 . Distributor rotates counterclockwise. 2.0L engine the firing order is: 1-3-4-2 . Distributor rotates clockwise. 2.5L engine the firing order is: 1-3-4-2 . Distributor rotates clockwise. 2.8L engine the firing order is: 1-2-3-4-5-6 . Distributor rotates clockwise. 4.3L engine the firing order is: 1-6-5-4-3-2 . Distributor rotates clockwise.
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
SOURCE: mercedes 300te radio code
You need to pull the radio from the dash and get the serial number of the radio which is on a label at the back.
Mercedes do not make stereos themselves but use various different manufacturers for their radios.
Once you have all the information from the label post it up and we can see if your radio is one that can be decoded by serial.
Posted on Sep 18, 2010
SOURCE: I have 250000 miles on
If you have replaced the timing chain please disregard my answer, I'm risking my rating because I want to help you for free.
If the timing chain has not been changed that the problem might be an overstretched timing chain.
As timing chain accumulate mileage, chain stretch, sprockets wear out, and set the valves off timing. Most chains go up to 100000 miles or more, but not always. As a rule when there is more than about half inch of play between the gears on a V6 or V8, it is the time for a new timing chain and sprockets.
It is not unusual for a timing chain to accumulate 200000miles, but I remember a car, with broken timing chain, with only 160000miles on it, the valves were bent and a hole was put on the piston.
Signs of worn out timing chains are:
Sluggish performance and poor economy.
Sudden engine performance change including the inability to start the engine.
Intermittent backfire through the intake manifold.
Inconsistent ignition timing or a clattering noise coming from the front of the engine.
It is a good idea to replace the water pump (coolant pump), and the thermostat while replacing the timing chain.
The cost of the replace of timing chain is at least +$1300, but if is to bad, we pull out engine and replace both guides. In this case might cost more.
Please do not be mad with me. I'm a certified dealer, and I'm trying to give you the necessary information to help you to deal with the problem.
Posted on Nov 03, 2010
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