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Gas Tank to Fuel line Reducer/Connector part number?

I am trying to find the correct gas line connector/reducer for the fuel line to tank connection. is there a correct Part number for part 14 in this diagram? A single piece of tube with multiple clams does not work correctly. Hard fuel line slides into gas tank. What is the best manual to download for part numbers?
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How about a 110 Sunroof? T-Handle only turns 90 degrees, manual says must be 180 degrees. Where to start? I have not opened it since I bought the car. How do I carefully approach without damage?
 

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Hi there.
The 8 mm to 12 mm rubber hose on tank is #A 111 476 1526
The rubber funnel under air cleaner is # A 114 094 0191
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D-Jet ECU, MPS and other handy info

A D-Jet ECU writeup is attached.

For a really good writeup on the manifold pressure sensor, see
The Manifold Pressure Sensor as well.

This one has a good description of the temp sensor:
Temperature Sensor II

Here's a good flowchart for troubleshooting the fuel pump circuit:
Fuel pump debug - power supply to relay board

Here's a link for D-jet parts. Note that it's geared toward a Porsche 914, but Bosch sold the system to Porsche, Mercedes, Audi, Volkswagen and others.
914 D-Jetronic Parts and Troubleshooting
 

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Anyone have resources for M127 engine service manuals? It doesn't seem to be in the Star Classic CDs.

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I highly recommend this supplier for both OE and OEM W111 parts:

https://www.mbclassics.de

Their prices are very competitive as is their shipping. I've purchased from them and been very please with what I got. They ship quickly - my last order I placed on a Tuesday and I had it in hand the same week Friday.

Note that by default their prices include 19% VAT. If you create an account on their site and you're outside the EU the VAT is removed from the prices so you don't have to do the math.

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I highly recommend this supplier for both OE and OEM W111 parts:

https://www.mbclassics.de

Their prices are very competitive as is their shipping. I've purchased from them and been very please with what I got. They ship quickly - my last order I placed on a Tuesday and I had it in hand the same week Friday.

Note that by default their prices include 19% VAT. If you create an account on their site and you're outside the EU the VAT is removed from the prices so you don't have to do the math.

Dan
Yeah, they have some harder to find things as well.

This site has a fairly good exploded views and part numbers. A bit odd to navigate but another good resource.

Index to Mercedes EPC Parts Info and Diagrams Everything Benz
 

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Yeah, they have some harder to find things as well.

This site has a fairly good exploded views and part numbers. A bit odd to navigate but another good resource.

Index to Mercedes EPC Parts Info and Diagrams Everything Benz
I pretty well stick to the EPC and Classic Center parts search. If it's available in the CC parts search it's something I can order through my local dealer.

I've found that the "everythingbenz" site has a lot of broken links. Otherwise, I've used it to identify aftermarket parts suppliers, but again, a lot of the times the links it offers up aren't valid.

I use this site for the EPC:

Mercedes-Benz Teilekatalog (Ersatzteile online)

This site does not recognize older non 17 place VIN numbers.

It can be a little confusing to navigate, but by starting by clicking on the "Cars" button and then to "Engine" or Transmission" if you need to look at those components (or just the model list under "Cars" for your main parts listing) you can drill down from there to find what you need. If you don't see the exact number for your model or engine, just click on the basic identifier, such as "M" under "Engines". From there you'll get a complete list you can search through to find your specific engine or model.

For example, when i want to look up my car (1965 220SEb W111.014) I click on "Cars" then on the "220" button and all models with a 220 designation are listed there. I click on the 111.014 link and it takes me to a list of the parts groups where I can drill down and look at individual groups.


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M130 Engine specs, tolerances, inspection info, etc 3

Hi there. Firt of all Thank you very much for uploading all these valuable informtion from your workshop manual here.
I have got a M130 engine (280S) with Zenith (35/40) carburator in my car and I would like to ask you kindley send me Cylinder Head removal & Installation section of the manual and related sections to me please. I am taking Cylinder Head off tomorrow and that would be so helpfull.
Regards from Stafford, UK
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Hi guys I'm from Italy and I'm buying a 98 W202 200 kompressor. No way to get the service manual pdf in English for free . Is there anyone that please could send me the file? Thank you in advance
 
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