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How much money could i get for a 1970 Mercedes 220 D?

January 5th, 2011 · No Comments

I’m looking to sell my 1970 Mercedes 220 Diesel, and am looking for an average price i could sell it for. it is in very good condition, except for a small spot of rust near the front passenger side wheel well. Otherwise everything is in good condition. i just replaced the Master Cylinder, Calipers, Break Booster, Muffler, and glow plugs. can anyone give me an estimate?
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Turn off the check engine light in a 2000 mercedes ML320?

January 3rd, 2011 · No Comments

Just want to turn it off before we trade in to the dealership. We just want to get rid of the temporarily, I know on Acuras, there’s a way you turn the key a certain way for a specified amount of time and simultaneously step on the gas pedal. The dealer will probably low ball us anyways with the trade in, so I’ll let them worry about the problem.
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How to turn off Mercedes Warning Message after problem fixed?

January 3rd, 2011 · No Comments

I have a 2001 C230 and the light came on to get brake lining fixed. I went and got it done at a cheaper place than the dealership and they are working great now. Only thing is that warning message still come on everytime I start my car. Anyone know how to turn it off?
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Fixed a sideview mirror on a Mercedes?

January 3rd, 2011 · No Comments

I hit a pole backing up in my tight apartment garage and while the outside of my mirror broke my actual mirror just popped out. I can pop it back in with trial and error but if i shut my door too hard it pops out again. It’s still connected to string. Please tell me I don’t have to go to the dealer!
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Why Mercedes have a power loss after running out of diesel?

January 3rd, 2011 · No Comments

I ran out of diesel. When I filled the tank, I primed the pump with the manual primer but the car has about 1/2 power and crawls up hills. The mechanic says its the injection pump.
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How to open the fuel flap for a 2001 Mercedes c320?

January 2nd, 2011 · No Comments

I just recently got a used 2001 Mercedes C320 and now Im in need to fill up my tank but I have no idea how to open the fuel flap. Does anyone know how I can do this? I checked the whole car and I couldnt find a button or switch for the fuel flap.
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How to fix my mercedes Convertible top?

January 2nd, 2011 · No Comments

I have a 1990 500 SL, The drivers window, roll bar and top all stopped working at the same time. I replaced to soft top control unit but it didn’t fix it. Any suggestions?
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How do I get the radio code for my 1998 Mercedes without going to the dealer?

January 2nd, 2011 · No Comments

I need a radio code for S420 but don’t want to give my credit card number to a online website. Does anybody know a free way to get the code?
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Air-Cooled Aircraft Engine Cylinders

January 24th, 2009 · No Comments

The hairpin valve springs pictured to the left were possibly pioneered by Salmson in 1911, and later used not only on British single-cylinder racing motorcycle engines, but also by Ferrari and others into the 1950s. This use was a response to the same problem that led to desmodromic valves at Ducati, Norton (test only) and Mercedes – namely the fatigue of coil springs from “ringing”. Hairpin springs ran cool because they were exposed, and they were less subject to fatigue. They could also be changed without engine disassembly.
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Nakamichi BX-1 Review pdf

August 28th, 2008 · No Comments

A DECADE HAS GONE BY since Nakarnichi-which had been building cassette equipment for other companies-offcrcd thc first deck under its own name. And what a dcck it was: At $1,000. the I000 cost more than twice as much as any other deck on the tnarket ($350 was the going rate for a top niodel) and incorporated a degree of technical sophistication undreamed of by home recordists. Over the intervening ycars, the top Nakamichis have become even more sophisticated (and expensive), and some much more affordable models have appeared. Our present subject, thc BX-I, is Nakamichi’s least expensive deck ever (by a small margin) and its best value ever (by a large one).
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