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1999 Mercedes-Benz E300TD - I have owned this car for little over a year, and parts listed that have been changed are 6 to 8 months old.
-220k highway miles
-New Breaks
-Re-packed Seals
-5k on Continental Tires
-New MAF Sensor
-All Fuel filters, Tank filter strainer, Diesel Filter, Cleaned injectors with new O-Rings.
-All vacuum lines changed, anything to do with Air flow as far as sensors, and filters, New EGR Valve, cleaned the exhaust pipes.
-New Radiator, Water Pump, Thermostat.
-New belts
-New Blower Motor and Recharged Cold A/C
-New Glow Plugs

There are more things to list those are some main ones, the car runs and drives like new, asking for 6,300obo. Call or Text (727) 239-2362

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Td?
 

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T = Touring.
 

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I have no idea what your question is or what you're trying to get at?? what is the "TD?" for? I put down E300TD, because it is a 99 e300 turbo diesel Mercedes...
In Mercedes's model nomenclature a T usually indicates a wagon. As in the 80's W123 300TD. A 3 liter, wagon that is diesel.
 

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In Mercedes's model nomenclature a T usually indicates a wagon. As in the 80's W123 300TD. A 3 liter, wagon that is diesel.
Ok, just so we're on the same page, w210 models in the USA that are 1999 E300TD are not wagons, in 1999 they only came in a sedan, and from 97' they are turbo, 96 they were not, just diesel.. so I don't know if that clears it up. Mine is a e300 turbo diesel..and is still up for sale.
 

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Let me have a crack at this. A 123 model 300 diesel sedan, whether it is a turbo or non-turbo is designated 300D (look at the badge on the trunk lid). A 123 model 300 diesel WAGON is designated 300TD. I am not aware of any case in which the letter, "T," is used to indicate a turbo engine.
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Let me have a crack at this. A 123 model 300 diesel sedan, whether it is a turbo or non-turbo is designated 300D (look at the badge on the trunk lid). A 123 model 300 diesel WAGON is designated 300TD. I am not aware of any case in which the letter, "T," is used to indicate a turbo engine.
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Only one case that I am aware of..

The w201 190DT ..2.5L Turbo
 

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Not to argue, but I've looked at about thirty pictures of the 190 2.5 turbo diesel and none of them have a trunk badge reading "190DT," rather, only "190D." I dunno'.
 

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Not to argue, but I've looked at about thirty pictures of the 190 2.5 turbo diesel and none of them have a trunk badge reading "190DT," rather, only "190D." I dunno'.
You know... you're right. I've never seen it like that either.. It was always referred to as 190DT in forum posts. I guess to distinguish it from the other 190D, the 2.2 variant.
 
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