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I have a 1992 190 MB with 2.3 liter 4 engine. I am removing the head and want to confirm the direction rotation of the motor. I assume it is clockwise when looking at engine for radiator (front). Directions for rotation #1 cyl to tdc specify not to rotate wrong way, but fail to say what is correct way. Thanks

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Rotate crankshaft clockwise and watch where the rotor turns, whether clock wise or counter clockwise

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