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Old 10-10-2001, 04:54 PM
turnne1 turnne1 is offline
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Join Date: Feb 2000
Location: Columbus Ohio
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I would subtract $2500-3000 from the asking price on a 140 where someone has used stop leak to repair the evap(subtract more for the V-12 cars as I hear its an even bigger ordeal)......Stop leak is not a proven fix for this and if you have to have this fixed...its about 25 hours of labor....and I would only trust a VERY good tech(or preferably an MB dealer) to do this as they have to diasseble the dash completely to the sheet metal and then put it back car is on its third evap core....changed once with the original owner and once while in my ownership

good luck

1992 300SD 125K
Columbus Ohio
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