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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-25-2010, 09:14 PM Thread Starter
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Question OBDII code P1519 RH Adjustable Camshaft Timing Solenoid

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I am hoping that someone out here has a resolution for the problem that I am having. I am having the code P1519 pull up on my 96 S500 Coupe. I want to replace the solenoid, but I feel like a total idiot and have absolutely no idea where the solenoid is. If anybody has a pic of the location, part number, or any advice that would help me out with this would be very appreciated. I have cleared the code once already, but it came back. Thanks in advance for your help!
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what's the build date on your car?

Check your harness, may not be the CS.

BTW, it's on the front of your engine, in front of the cam.. Small/round assembly w/ a two pole connection.

You'll also need a container of special goo to seal it.

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The build date was 08/95. I figured out the problem though. After taking the solenoid off, and reading back on the service history. An actual MB mechanic didn't put the bolt back into the armature so it was loose and ruined the solenoid. Luckily the cam was unscathed. Guess it could have been worse. Ordered the parts and she will be back on the road in a few days. Thanks for the advice. It is always appreciated.
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Hi
I am having the same problem that you had a while ago. You asked for the location of the 1519 solenoid, but I did not see where it was located. I read that you corrected it.
Please explain where I can find it.
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Hello all,
I am hoping that someone out here has a resolution for the problem that I am having. I am having the code P1519 pull up on my 96 S500 Coupe. I want to replace the solenoid, but I feel like a total idiot and have absolutely no idea where the solenoid is. If anybody has a pic of the location, part number, or any advice that would help me out with this would be very appreciated. I have cleared the code once already, but it came back. Thanks in advance for your help!
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Hey Donald,
You can find the solenoid on the front of the head. If it is still an OEM part, it looks like the bottom of a black cup. It will be a gold color if it's been replaced in the past. It will have one plug in it with two wires coming out of it. You have to buy Mercedes black sealant when reinstalling the new one. Hope this helps.
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