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Old 02-18-2004, 03:25 PM
ctaylor738 ctaylor738 is offline
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Peter usually says this, but also closely examine all of the vacuum lines to make sure they are connected, and replace all the rubber connectors. Make sure that your cabin vacuum is tight, and if it isn't, block the connector at the back of the manifold.

Check the spark by pulling a wire off a plug and holding it an inch from ground while someone cranks the engine - if it's nice and blue, don't worry about ignition just yet.
Chuck Taylor
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'66 200, '66 230SL, '96 SL500. Sold: '81 380SL, '86 300E, '72 250C, '95 C220, 3 '84 280SL's '90 420SEL, '72 280SE, '73 280C, '78 280SE, '70 280SL, '77 450SL, '85 380SL, '87 560SL, '85 380SL, '72 350SL, '96 S500 Coupe
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