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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: cold start valve problem
if you have an electric cold start valve make sure to unplug it and if keeps apling fuel with electrical conector unpluged that means the valve is not good, but if not then you have an electronic problem, possible a bad cold start sensor or cold start module or cicuit problem, and might be a time to take it to an electrical shop
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
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Posted on Jan 03, 2009
hello,according to service information;smoke formation or si 07.16-p-0004a (service inform) from mb ,your engine have normal function,if you want ,ask your dealer about the service inform with number 07.16-p-0004a,you can read the explanation regarding your problem,ty
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
Yes sir , you have a failing valve, soon it will snap in two....please have your head checked. You can do this yourself by placing a long-handed screwdriver , business end down to each cylinder while pressing your ear to the handle(while engine is running)...you will notice a definite difference when you hit which cylinder has the bad valve. Also makes sure the egr valve is clean and your exhaust recycle valve is not stuck.( located in the crossover pipe)
Posted on Aug 29, 2009
These cars don't have a dipstick (really!). Using the steering wheel controls you can get to a page on the computer output (middle of speedo) that will give you an indication of oil level. Sorry I don't recall exactly which page it is, but the manual explains - I'm sure you can google it. If you do a normal journey (so the engine is up to temp) and then park on a level surface and wait a few minutes you get the true reading from this function. If you ask me it's all too clever for it's own good...
Posted on May 02, 2010
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