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1983 mercedes benz sd300 - engine will not cut off with ignition switch, must use manual cut off. what is the problems, what should I do first ?

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There is a vacuum line that goes to injection pump it is the fuel cut vacuum solonoid look around for the tube and put it back on there if thats not it then you will have to trace the vacuum supplie from the vac. pump to the injection pump and repair/replace whatever is neede.the hose/tube gets knocked off easily during an oil change

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