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per the factory parts catalog, the 14 45 100mm part replaces the 13 45 part. The current flex disc for the 124.092 wagon is A1704100015 (qty 2, front and rear).
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the 90mm flanges were used with 300E's with the M103 and the start-in-2nd 722.4 transmissions, these were A2022720845 (supercedes A2022720045, A1242721245, and A1262720845)
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LeftCoastGeek:

Thanks for your latest posts. I checked my 2 new flex-discs I bought two years ago. The part number REPM541507 and is compatible with the part number A1704100015.

Also, thanks for the in-depth analysis of the 90mm flange in last post. Much appreciated and important to me to understand this overall process. Live and Learn.

Right now, the Mercedes E320 wagon is now at home. The weather is too hot for me to go under the wagon to inspect and measure the flange diameter. Will follow up as soon as the weather gets cooler.
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Flange nut socket size? is it 25mm deep socket with 12 points?

The Flange nut part number 123-990-00-60-MBZ as shown in the picture will not fit 24mm deep socket. I suspected the correct socket size to fit the flange nut is 25mm deep socket with 12 points. Am I correct? Can anyone verify and/or confirm this before I have to buy one? Thanks for reading.
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I did some research on the socket size for the flange nut and turned to be 30mm 12 point deep well socket.
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two shifter cables on floor shift

Today, I got the Transmission flange/propeller, 30mm nut, washer and the cable part number 124 267 02 64. This particular cable I bought prevents removing the key from the ignition switch if the gear selector isn't in park.

According to the pictures of the floor shifter, there are two cables attachments. One to prevent shifting out of park without the service brake applied, and the second cable to prevent the key from being removed without the car in park which I do now have.

I have not been under the Mercedes to remove the flange and the bang-up/twisted cable at this time. Just waiting for the weather to cool off first.

Does anyone know what is the part name and part number of the cable that prevents shifting out of park without the service brake applied, just in case I might need one? Feedback, comments, advice is greatly appreciated.
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per ISPPI using my wife's VIN (1994 E320 wagon US model), the "Wire - Pedal Assembly to Lock Out Lever" is A1242600451, while the "Wire - Steering Lock to locking lever" is A1242670264



I've heard that steering column lock cable is a real SOB to get at and replace.
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LeftCoastGeek, Thanks for the part name/part number. Much appreciated. I just hope that does not come to that steering column lock cable nightmare. I am sure that most of us don't like the unknown factors when it comes to repairing/replacing parts only to realize while at it, another dang problem keeps popping up. Stay tune for the continuation of the further adventures of this wonderful and a pain in the blank journey. You guys are great!!!
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I forgot to ask which part that connects to the steering shifter? Is it Wire - Pedal Assembly to Lock Out Lever" is A1242600451, or the Wire - Steering Lock to locking lever is A1242670264?
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I'm betting the throttle pressure cable got trashed too, alogn with the actuator thing thats on the side of the transmission

the parts catalog is a little confusing and shows several versions. one has a 2nd vacuum fitting on the side of the actuator box, another doesn't... but apparently you're supposed to cap off that 2nd vacuum port anyways.

the current PN for the bowden cable w/ actuator box is A1242701673 and the vacuum cap is A0009871145
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