Question about Mercedes-Benz 560-Series
My car stalls in the middle of running after quit sometime. it happens mostly in the cold weather, sometimes in the warm weather. I believe it is a fuel pump related problem, but no one has been able to pin point the problem exactly. any suggetions?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1991 Plymouth Acclaim stalls
One of the more common problems with the 2.5L & 2.2L engines that suffered the symptoms your describing, such as, starts & runs good, then at any given time would just quit, not start, but after sitting a while, or by the time the mechanic gets to it, it starts right up, or you sit on the side of the road for 20 min. or half hour then away it goes for a while longer, then quits again down the road. There is a pick-up plate under the distributor cap & rotor, with the wiring plug coming from it. 90% of the time, it's defective, and cuts out especially, but not limited to, more often when weather is hot.
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
hello, 560 sel,,,model 126.039 engine with v-8,engine number 117.968 ke is is fuel injection system.ref. book;technical data mb,ty
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
Is the AC on? The compressor can take alot of power and make it lope. Engine mounts can make it shake. coils, cap, rotor and wires for tune up at a minimum. EZL if you can find one cheap. MAF also can cause issue. If it is a 1991-1995 check the engine wiring harness as they get brittle and degrade.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
Check for vacuum leaks. Also try cleaning the ISV.
If that doesnt work go to vwvortex.com and post your issue there
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
most likely dirty switches or bad fuses. Try rotating fuses and then try moving them again. Corrosion on the fuses cause "gremlins" in the system. If not find a junkyard and pull out a set of used switches or try autohausaz.com for new replacements.
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
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