I just recently changed my fuel distributor on my '85 190E. It was diagnosed with a faulty one. Anyhow, after changing it with a used one (60k miles), the car won't start. It will crank, but refuses to start.
So then I took the newer fuel distrubutor out and replaced it with my old one. And guess what? Still the same problem! Now I'm really in a deep hole.
Do I have to adjust the fuel adjustment screw? Theoretically, if I put the old part back on, it should fire up, right???
Any ideas that would put me out of my misery?