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Old 08-28-2001, 06:26 PM
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Join Date: Jan 2001
Location: Mission Hills in the City of San Diego
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The wiring harness is all of the wires in the engine bay. The early 104 engines used poor materials where the wire covers would all flake off from the heat. This causes all sorts of random problems within the engine!! If you do a search, you'll come up with all sorts of information on this topic. IF you have 100k miles or less on your car, sometimes MB will replace it for free or split the cost. Are you the original owner of the car?
Cost is about a grand to have it done. Be sure and do a search, you should find a fair amt of info on the topic.
Inspect all wires in the engine bay for flaking covers! Good luck (or actually not, hope it's an easier fix than that...!)
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