SLK 230 Kompressor, 2001
Do as Bazzle said then also check your engine block breather valve might be clogged which doesn't allow air to circulate back into the engine head and forced the air out through the hoses. I fixed this problem on my Slk 230 and has posted the pictures here about 4 years ago. If that is the case, you need to remove intake manifold complete and replace all the hoses and breather valve. It actually very easy to remove the intake manifold then it look. If I was you, use the flash light and look straight down from the oil filter housing to the bottom side of the engine block to check for oil leak. Good luck and hope you find the cause of the leak.I have an oil leak in that area. There is also oil in the MAF socket (where the wires enter MAF). Ocasionaly i get P0131 error code.
Any ideas where to start looking?
What Baz said..........here are a few links for more info.......Checked! I guess this is where it leaks from and it goes along the wires. What to do next?
Wires from various sensors etc. are taped together to form the loom......so if oil is under the black tape then it is in the loomWhen you say "loom" are you referring to the duct tape that is arround the wires as in the picture above??
Thx! I don`t know why is so many duct tape... I don`t think that Mercedes cars come like this from the factory and, since this is a second hand car, i tend to belive that it have been involved in a crash or something like this.
1) Where is the ECU box located on R170.
2) Where to buy the wiring harness?