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#1 (permalink) Old 03-25-2010, 07:39 AM
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VITO injector codes?

Hello everyone, does anyone know about the codes: I have 613 070 05 87, I have a chance to get some 613 070 08 87.
Will it work? does anyone know what the numbers stand for?

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613 070 05 87 has been replaced by 613 070 08 87, so the latter one is the one you should buy and use
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Can I ask you how do you know? I don't seem to be able to get any information.
Will I have to re-calibrate the box?
Thanks for your help
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Can I ask you how do you know? I don't seem to be able to get any information.
It's from Mercedes' EPC (electronic parts catalog or whatever).
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Will I have to re-calibrate the box?
Most likely no, this should be a "bolt-on" replacement.
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No problem.
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The best news I had all day, thanks!
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108 cdi Injectors

Hi, I have a similar problem to the one I am reading and need some advice, I had my van stop for no apparent reason, NRMA came out and said fuel pump, I had the High pressure pump tested and found it ok and was told the lift pump was gone, I replaced it and It did run but not well.

A short time later it stopped again, I took it to another repair shop as the first one did not want to see another Mercedes as long as they lived. They Diagnosed Injectors and replaced them but then could not get the van to run and said it required new codes for the computer, after several attempts at getting it to run and failing they gave the van back and said take it to Mercedes.

I have difficulty believing a Car Manufacturer can design a product that is so widely hated by the repair industry, That aside,
1. If the wrong injectors were fitted will the van refuse to go? or will it start but run badly?
2. If the injectors fitted are correct do new codes have to be put into the computer to make the Van run?
3. I contacted a Diesel Specialist who said the van will start without replacing codes in the computer and it has to be air in the system, could he be right?
Is there someone who does not charge an arm and a leg in the Blacktown area who works on Mercedes Vans.
I think this will be my last experience with Mercedes. Whilst the Vito Van is the best driving van I have ever driven it is also by far the most unreliable (after they hit 100K) and costly to service and repair bar none. Mercedes should remember, Don't Bite The Hand That Feeds You, The result will come as no surprise to people like me (the customer).
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hi there, in my case there was no need to change the codes. I did the job myself though. If you are mechanically minded, its a fearly easy job, you need a few Torx keys, I would advise to recut the injector seat.
The only critical part of the whole job is the removal and refitting of the special screws that hold the injector in place (always to be replaced).
If your injectors have been resited already, you may have a look at the fuel preassure valve sited near the injectors. If I remember correctly you take it apart and replace a small plastic cap and an O-ring.
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Hi, I too am in Sydney. I enjoy my Vito every day, though sometimes it plays up, as all cars do. The systems are fairly simple and with a bit of basic knowledge you too can enjoy and not worry when your Vito plays up.
There is a mercedes specialist in Kingsgrove( I know not close to Blacktown) who can put it on a Star scanner and see if here are any faults. That would be the first thing.
Then check your fuel lines. They have 'O' rings that seal them and if they leak, they'll suck in air. This can be seen on the semi-clear sections on your fuel filter. If they have turned orange or brown and you can't see if there are bubbles, replace them ($60 for both). There are other plastic pipes that go from the fuel filter to the lift pump, then from the lift pump to the fuel shut off solenoid, then to the high pressure pump. They are not so critical as they have positive pressure, not suction. This would cause the van to run rough.
I would also have a look at the fuel shut off solenoid, which is located above the alternator. It could be a dodgy valve or more likely a poor electrical connector. These wires run from the ECU directly to the valve. Ask me how I know. This last possibility will not show up as a fault. Hope this helps.
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Hi, thank you for the response, I have had this problem for a quite while, I did the obvious and replaced the fuel lines, (I fixed an unrelated problem with new Glow plugs and a Glow Plug Relay) Then one day it stopped cold, NRMA Towed it home, I put it into a Burwood Workshop and they unleashed someone who had no idea what he was doing and destroyed the engine cover and three injectors, he replaced the injectors and cover but could not make it run, I removed my car from his workshop. They Charged me Nothing but had the Van 2 Months.

I then took it to a Diesel Specialist in Carlton, (notice I am not mentioning names) They again replaced the injectors with reconditioned units saying the units in the Van were leaking, They got me on the road for a short time, Cost...$2500.00, A week later It went into limp home mode again so I went back to them, They put it on the Computer and they said the Vans' Computer was faulty and required repair, Estimate cost $2500.00 at that stage I exited their workshop firm in the knowledge they had no idea either.

I Decided to bite the bullet and go to a Mercedes commercial workshop. They got it running (without repairing or replacing the computer) after blocking the Vacuum hose to the headlight adjusters and Fresh Air Vent actuator line, this seemed to cure the problem They said I had low pressure on the Brake Booster Line, This apparently has a sensor that will cause this fault, It was OK for a while (2 weeks) but they only replaced one problem with another, for the Princely sum of $700.00 I had an engine that worked but I gained Headlights that point to the ground and no fresh air in the cabin, I elected not to have this fault rectified as I was not sure they had found the fault, I decided if I were able to drive it for 2 months without problem then I would consider the problem found and allow the expensive Vacuum line repair to be carried out. Thank You Mercedes, This of course counted for nothing when this week the problem returned, Back Into limp home Mode with the EDC and Glow Plug Lights Illuminated just to P%$#s me off.

I have taken it back to Mercedes, I will be the customer from Hell soon if They keep the rip off that is in progress going. It seems even the Mercedes Mechanics (who you would expect to be able to quickly diagnose the older vans from experience) are capable of taking 5 hours to fault find a (Simple) Vacuum Pressure fault @ $150.00 an hour, they charge an hour what I get paid a day and think I should be happy with their product, Wrong!

I really must say if you have to depend on your van to make a living Don't Buy Mercedes, if you do not take this advice then buy a new one and sell it as soon as the warranty runs out or not later than 5 years, the decline is rapid from that point on.


I want to know (Really) why a computer, mind you after 100 years of Mercedes building Cars and Vans, Why can a computer tell me I should be driving with less than half power (very dangerous situation on Australian Country Roads) simply because there is a low pressure fault somewhere or some sensor has flipped its lid. None of these faults will cause damage to an engine! Now I don't mind warning lights doing their job, Most people will respond by having the fault repaired but to have No Power? it should be illegal to do this. (Government, Get Involved before people start dying) How did we ever get around before computers, Now if I could take a Mercedes Vito Body and Motor, surround it with Japanese Electronics and p&^%s of the German Designed Crap then you would have A Van. Another thing that amuses me, there is no Fault Tree published anywhere that you can run down to quickly locate the area of a fault. Damn, too easy you say? We Germans have a Computer for that! who needs a Schematic, Its a Mercedes, Built to last.....10 years. I know I am not the customer Mercedes wants so Me and others that drive their older vehicles are the bottom feeders of the Mercedes Retail Tree but someone like Top Gear may take an Interest in The Longevity of Mercedes Product and Give them the Serve the Deserve. Does anyone know an Honest (prefer a mobile mechanic now) Mercedes Mechanic that actually knows what he is doing in Sydney's West?
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