Managed to split both hoses pulling off engine cover, struggling to find where to get any replacements without resorting to dealer.
Anyone have or know the location of where to get some ?
I can pay in either cash or W124 parts ........ :)
Yesterday I tried removing the engine cover for the first time on the CLK and I managed to split the air intake hoses, not realising they were attached.
I have duct taped them together but was wondering if it was worth finding replacements or would I be fine to leave as is ?
While I was trying to refit the turbo intake pipe it develop crack. Yes my fault as I was rushing and push it to hard :fail:wallbash:
Now the question. Mercedes wants £275 for new part. It it safe to glue it? If yes what to use for that? Or buy new one??
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I have a 2005 Vito 115 W639 engine code 646
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Hi, does anyone have an idea if the plastic batwing on the OM642 engine (W211 E280cdi) can be bought in sections?
I have a crack in mine on the cylindrical section which clamps to the turbo and houses the oil breather pipe. The rest of it is perfect. It seems a shame to throw out a perfectly...
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Just browsing around under the bonnet today, it appears that both air intake hoses are splitting. Are these an MB only item or does anyone know if there is a real alternative, before I go to the dealer.
I thought I'd pop the bonnet and check the oil today and was gobsmacked to find my air intake hoses were all split. They were fine about a month ago...weird.
The current hoses I think look and feel too flimsy, the feel of them almost makes you think any moisture that gets on them will travel...
Having read a lot of useful info for a while I am now in need of some guidance.
On my 2004 C180 I have a P0170 code which has reoccurred after a year. It was cleared by replacing the after cat O2 sensor.
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My first post but need help.
I have an old C180 1995 petrol automatic.
I had this noise coming from the near side front wheel, and I found an air intake, black plastic cowling that came from the front but had dropped down a couple of inches but was rubbing on the tyre.
The plastic was in a right...
The car is a W203 C Class 320CDi (2006)
So yesterday I went to replace the seals on the turbo intake hose. (By the looks of things mine had not been changed for a long time.) So upon re installing the ducting the connection just all broke up like pencil lead.. very brittle indeed.:doh:
The car has started puffing a bit of blue smoke on cold starts and I've noticed oil pooling quite badly on the intake side of the turbo. Is the oil separator/breather known to play up on these? (I had similar probs on a BMW E39 and it was the PCV)
Otherwise it surely must be the turbo seals...
I'm not sure if this is in the correct section so any admin people out there please feel free to move.
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