Date registered: Sep 2005
Vehicle: W208 CLK230K 2000 year, Past -W203 C Class, W202 C Class, W210 E Class, W201 190E
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There are two things I would check here first in this order:
1- MAF, unclip the unit and check for any oil contamination, if its wet with oil then clean it up with some carb/MAF cleaner taking care around the film sensor. If you have the tampper proof star screwdriver with the littel hole, then you can remove the actual sensor from the housing and spray in some cleaner with care. Once clean refit and see if the Kompressor kicks in when reved, if so great, and then check the source of the oil leak.
2- Oil contamination is usually 95% due to 2 blocked breather pipes on the right side of the intake of the engine under the fuel rail. You need to remove the fuel rail to expose the 2 blocked brass nozzles and you will probably need to replace the rubber tubes that connect to them as they get brittle. Use some thin wire to clear the nozzles and re-assemble there should be no more oil leakes into the air system now.
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