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1985 230E I need a wiring diagram tying up the color coded wiring to the numerical marking on the ignition switch of 1985 230E

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    Tirth Dagus Sep 13, 2008

    mercades benz C230 1995 ignition switch socket terminal out, don't know how to put it in right pins.(color code and which number)
    any help appreciated.
    thanks doodz


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Iv got a 250d mecedes it starts but it wont switch of with the key . wots caursing it

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Try this website
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