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P0105 & P1519 codes?

Hi all; New here but want to say thanks for the info I've read already. Had this 2000 C230 Kompressor for 3 years and love it but need help with these 2 codes. 117,000 miles...found a broken vacuum line on top and that cured my 0410 code.
Figured it wouldn't fix all 3 and I was right...after 100 miles and 10 starts check engine light back, then off the same day. Back on the next trip, I scanned it and get the 0105 & 1519 codes again. No change in performance, strong and gas mileage fine.
I know what the codes stand for but wondered what & where else I could check. Any suggestions or previous hints on these 2 codes is greatly appreciated. Thanks again............Trey
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Not that it means much, but I didn't even know the 2000 had a MAP sensor. I thought the MAF sensor on that car took its place (I know the older w202 had the MAP sensor). Hopefully someone will educate me on this.

Camshaft position sensor on the second one (not crankshaft)? This is a somewhat common problem. A lot of time these will be leaking oil around them anyway and need changing.
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We have a 1999 c230K and it has a MAP sensor and a MAF sensor, and I think the 2000 model is the same. For us, the P0105 and P1519 codes were cured simply by reinserting a dislodged nylon vacuum line back into the the rubber tubing that leads to the MAP sensor. This vacuum line (broken or split) was the problem with the following people's P0105 code also:

http://www.benzworld.org/forums/r170...ml#post2772735

This link above has pictures of the vacuum line. The MAP sensor is located at about the 2:00 direction from the oil filter cap in the picture (the MAP sensor has a metal wire clip on it).

http://www.benzworld.org/forums/r170...-pressure.html
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OK, so that's the MAP sensor. Found the broken vacuum line right under it which cleared the 0410 (2nd air inj) Well, cleared them all till 105 & 1519 came back 100+ miles later. I'll look it all over again since it's down for a bit with the broken front left coil spring perch!! Just glad it broke while she was sitting at a traffic light, thanks.........
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You have no doubt thought of this already, but it could be that the other end of the vac line is damaged (the end that is under the front engine cover), or it has a split that you can't see on its back side, or the MAP sensor itself could have bitten the dust (autopartswarehouse.com has one for $80). Good luck with it and post back and tell people what happened! If you need a new vac line, they are cheap at autozone or dealer for one or a few bucks. Cheers.
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Thanks, yes I pulled the front cover & checked all the lines up close...could be the MAP sensor. I'll know more after we get the suspension fixed and can put some miles on it. I'm so bummed about that broken spring perch. Sent a nice yet firm email to MB of America but...no reply yet. THX........
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That is a bummer about the spring perch. Hope you're back in driving shape soon.
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Thanks, yes I pulled the front cover & checked all the lines up close...could be the MAP sensor. I'll know more after we get the suspension fixed and can put some miles on it. I'm so bummed about that broken spring perch. Sent a nice yet firm email to MB of America but...no reply yet. THX........
Did you ever fixed this problem ? What was the fix ? I am having both code P0105 & P1519 in my 1999 C230.
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mamin123,

I suppose you have looked at the vacuum line noted in my post #3 above? If you have changed your oil filter lately, you may have dislodged it (that's what happened to me).

If that's not it, just check every vacuum line you can find, and look under the gray front engine cover where several vacuum lines are found. Also maybe look at the lines coming out of your supercharger on the passenger side of the engine -- one of those goes from the SC to behind the gray cover.

Be careful taking off the gray engine cover -- pull very slightly forward on the finger hold on the lower/central part of the cover while lifting straight up on the passenger end of the cover. Don't pull forward too hard on the lower/central part of the cover or the cover will break there (like mine did).

Good luck.
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mamin123,

I suppose you have looked at the vacuum line noted in my post #3 above? If you have changed your oil filter lately, you may have dislodged it (that's what happened to me).

If that's not it, just check every vacuum line you can find, and look under the gray front engine cover where several vacuum lines are found. Also maybe look at the lines coming out of your supercharger on the passenger side of the engine -- one of those goes from the SC to behind the gray cover.

Be careful taking off the gray engine cover -- pull very slightly forward on the finger hold on the lower/central part of the cover while lifting straight up on the passenger end of the cover. Don't pull forward too hard on the lower/central part of the cover or the cover will break there (like mine did).

Good luck.
Ditto. I had exact same vacuum line disconnected and couple of them were loose.During this process I broke one of the white brittle Plastic vacuum line going in manifold. I replaced with flexible vacuum line. Cleared all check engine codes and car is running great. Thanks to all of you
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