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Re: Part number 110 324 21 04

Default Disclaimer Daimler AGThanks Tom! From: mailto:mercedesw108@yahoogroups.com Sent: Wednesday, July 01, 2015 5:46 PM To: mercedesw108@yahoogroups.com
H E Marx
Jul 3
#3895
 
3894

Re: Part number 110 324 21 04

There's just one in Germany at the moment, but more will be available in the future. No exact ETA. Thomas Hanson Supervisor, Parts Operations Mercedes-Benz
tom.hanson@verizon.net
Jul 1
#3894
 
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Re: Part number 110 324 21 04

http://www.genuinemercedesparts.com/parts/index.cfm?searchText=+110+324+21+0 4&make=Mercedes-Benz&action=oePartSearch&siteid=215306 In a message dated 7/1/2015
vintagebenzcarguy
Jul 1
#3893
 
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Part number 110 324 21 04

Hello Does anybody know where I can get hold of two new of the above rear coil springs? Regards Hein
H E Marx
Jul 1
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3891

Re: '70 280SE sluggish from a stop

I think the issue is fixed, ended up being the throttle linkages. They were all moving freely and smoothly with no play or binding but I noticed the fuel pump
Jon T
May 31
#3891
 
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Re: '70 280SE sluggish from a stop

My 280SE does have vacuum advance timing. I verified that the line has no leaks and the diaphragm within the distributor holds vacuum fine without leaking. On
Jon T
May 28
#3890
 
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Re: '70 280SE sluggish from a stop

Hi Ron, Does the 280SE have vacuum advanced timing? If so, could clogged vacuum line to distributor be a possible issue? Sent from my iPad
Jeffrey Read
May 28
#3889
 
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Re: '70 280SE sluggish from a stop

Have you checked the ignition timing? have you checked the fuel pump pressure (14PSi Ave.) and the flow of fuel to the injection pump? .Early injection pmps
buntingron@rocketmail.com
May 26
#3888
 
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Re: '70 280SE sluggish from a stop

Was going to take the car for a drive today but could barely keep it running without giving is gas even at idle. It seemed that above a certain RPM the engine
Jon T
May 25
#3887
 
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Re: Driver's door lock - won't lock w key

I finally got around to looking at this and, sure enough as Ron suggested, the problem was that the cam component was maladjusted. A few turns of the centre
d_bruckmann
May 3
#3886
 
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Re: '70 280SE sluggish from a stop

This behaviour is not uncommon on torque-convertor equipped MB automatics. I've had a couple of cars with this... not sure if there's something going on with
d_bruckmann
May 3
#3885
 
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Re: '70 280SE sluggish from a stop

Mine used to act like that when it had too much oil in the injector pump But otherwise it was points not gaped correctly. (obviously not the case here) M To:
Michael Wallace
Apr 8
#3884
 
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Re: [mercedesw108] '70 280SE sluggish from a stop

It’s a bit difficult to say what it is exactly. but if it starts and runs it’s not injection. I would suggest you start by checking the trans first. Then
Ron Bunting
Apr 8
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