Question about 1992 Mercedes-Benz Mercedes Benz 300 Class
Yes, I belive it's fuel injected. I checked the air filter and it wasn't too bad (but didn't replace). Think I should just put in new plugs? What would be gap setting? Thanks for info.
When you get this kind of problems, you always start replacing plugs, and eventually air filter and fuel filter if they are dirty.
Once you exclude this simple causes, usually is either an injectors problem, or an ECU problem.
ECU is the computer that controls electronic injection and often is cause for the problem.
YOu cannot test or fix the ECU at home, it must be connected to a machine that controls computer and check fuel flow at the same time, you need to do this in a garage.
Start doing the simple things, and eventually go to a mechanic if problem keeps going.
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