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Old 12-05-2006, 03:45 PM
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Brian Carlton answered some of this for me last week. Soak O-ring in fuel and install delivery valve, tighten to 30Nm, loosen, tighten to 30Nm, loosen, final torquue to 35Nm. I spoke to Mercedes Parts man. He said he has never sold the other washers on these valves. Today I happen to be removing my delivery valves, and trying to remove my fuel injectors. I'm soaking them in FreeAll now.
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Old 12-05-2006, 05:16 PM
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'87 300SDL...leaky injectors

Tenmaz, how are you going to follow Brian's tightening sequence on the IP Nozzles without the proper socket to fit down over those multi serated bases? When you refer to delivery valves are you referring to the injectors (nozzles) that fasten down in the IP? Do you know how many O rings there are in each and what do they cost at MB or is there a better place to buy?
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Old 12-05-2006, 08:16 PM
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First you have to follow the torque procedure or the engine isn't going to run right.

As for tools its simple, you will need a good torque wrench and the splined socket MB sells for this job. Dave (GSXR) I think has a few good posts and part numbers if you search. If not the dealer can provide the part numbers.

You need 3 things; 6 O rings, 6 copper crush washers, and 6 springs. MB sells them or Phil can get them.

Make sure when you do it the top surface of the IP is perfectly clean, you do not want to get a spec of dirt in there. If the car idles poorly when you are done, you have to re do the job, one was torqued properly.

This is very commen they all leak there at some point.
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Old 12-05-2006, 09:29 PM
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MB spline tool part #617 589 01 09 00 my dealer says $100.00, which I have not bought yet. I want to borrow one but have not found the source yet.
The MB parts dept. says they have almost never replaced the crush washer or spring. They only stock hundreds of the washers because they are so commonly replaced, and the others are not needed. Any feedbackon this!!!
I plan to leave the injectors and the delivery valve soaking in FreeAll tonight. I was trying to remove the injectors with a 4 ft breaker bar and alot of torque, when I realized I could soon become my worst enemy.
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Old 12-05-2006, 09:33 PM
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One O-ring per valve @ 50 cents.
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Old 12-05-2006, 10:54 PM
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Crush washer is one time use, you replace the crush washers. The springs you don't have to change but they are so darn cheap you might as well.

As to the socket I have heard $30 floated more often.

But then again dealer pricing varies.
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