I wouldnt suggest it becuase it will stop the leak but it will make the oil thicker and it would be harder for the engine to get the right lubrication. Try to find where the leaks coming from, power wash the engine and the underbody of the engine and then just check every day to see where the oil starts coming from. It could be as simple as a oil pan gasket. Good luck[8)]
They're all trickling in box by box... straight from MB... some from Germany since the US depots don't have stock on certain items... all are C123 pieces. :)
Thinking of R&R all the rubber trim above the beltline on a C123??
Hold your breath, in case you’re not aware yet… these are...
Hi, i am asking if anyone knows about all the rubber parts of the doors, i need to remplace them all, i just got the windshields and they look very nice, any reccomendation about internet stores or USA stores, THANK YOU!!!
My 1979 250 (engine M123.920) blew the head gasket. I'm intended to change it, but unfortunately I don't have a Workshop or Repair Manual.
Maybe somebody has the Bentley or the Haynes Service Manuals that can hand me the torque specs of the main head bolts of the cylinder head...
it looks like it's job is to send oil from/to the pan. The gasket just above the pan is brittle and leaking around 1/2 qt a month. Do I replace the whole tube? Or gasket? All The Best,
PS I found my answer from Msource
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