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Old 05-03-2006, 08:44 AM
A264172 A264172 is offline
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Join Date: Jun 2004
Location: Pittsburgh
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One year later. (4/29/06)

Passed again...

Mode-----------CO%---------------HCppm-----------------RPM-------Dilution
2speed idle---Limit-Reading-P/F-----Limit-Reading-P/F---Read-Resu-Read-Resu
Idle-------------1.2---0.66----Pass-----220--189----Pass----727-Valid--14.9-Valid
2500 rmp------1.2---0.56----Pass------220---80----Pass---2329-Valid--15.0-Valid

Not so sure of the exact test conditions, as I was not present at the test station during the test, but the tech said he let it idle in advance of the test as I had requested.

Less than two month old plugs and O2 sensor.
Regular Sea-Foam treatments (1/3 bottle ported into the intake manifold and burned off at 2500 rpm's)

An interesting side note: my gas cap failed the first pressure test and the tech called me to advise... he gave me the option of supplying my own part... I had purchased a new gas cap seal from Phill a little while back so I told him I would bring it down. My gas cap had been run over by something in a little memory related filling station accidet I had over the winter so I was not completely confident in it's integrety, so I stoped at the local parts chain and bought a $3.97 replacement cap on my way to the test station as a backup. When I got there I handed the tech the new cap fresh from it's packageing. The NEW cap failed the pressure test! So I popped the old seal off the OEM cap and replaced it with the fresh one, while the tech stood shaking his head. The 20 year old run-over MB cap with brand new seal proceded to pass. Moral: Beware cheap junk!
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1986 300E 220,000 miles+ transmission impossible
(Now waiting under a bridge in order to become one)

Reading your M103 duty cycle:
http://www.peachparts.com/shopforum/831799-post13.html
http://www.peachparts.com/shopforum/831807-post14.html

Last edited by A264172; 05-03-2006 at 09:07 AM.
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