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Old 11-03-2009, 04:59 PM
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Flywheel Lock ,Starter location

'Had to Format the Drive a couple of weeks ago and lost reference for this tool.

Is it an Mercedes O.E. Type or available as an aftermarket?

Name? Part number? Other Description? Supplier? Price?

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There are recently aftermarket tools selling for something like $32 plus shipping on eBay, OEM tool sells for about $125+!
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Old 11-04-2009, 12:05 AM
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Old 11-04-2009, 01:42 AM
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Not Starter Location Lock

Thanks ! B.B.

I'm looking for the Flywheel Lock that you use in the Starter Aperture.

The Kenitek Tool requires you have the Transmission Attached to the Flywheel.
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In the FSM Engine 617.95 Turbo Diesel, it lists a "Detent" Part# 110 589 00 40 00.

It states "on models 116.120 and 123 with automatic transmission 722.120 (W4B 025), position detent against flywheel as a counterhold when loosening neckeddown screws"

Only thing I see in the manual close to what you are looking for.

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Oh No! Sorry didn't read the second half of the original post, plus I'd recently noticed the extreme price lowering of the aftermarket tool!

The tool your looking for is 602 589 00 04 00 and I've never seen it except as an OEM tool available from the dealer. It would seem harder to use this tool than the other tool from below but I'm sure there is a reason you've decided to do so! It does not seem that hard to fabricate a tool that would serve this purpose, get a used starter gear and some mild steel bar stock welded into the correct orientation should do the trick. Good luck!
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Old 11-04-2009, 04:57 PM
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Flywheel Lock (At Starter Location,from Starter side)

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Thanks!

Whooooeeeeee! The nice people @25 Falmouth Rd. tell me $198.00 USD each.

So I'll be doing the Bar Stock and Old Starter Ring gear suggestion of yours.
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Old 11-04-2009, 05:31 PM
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Yeah, it's hard to find something like that cheap!

I thought about making my own but have never gotten past thinking about it!

But, if I did I'd seriously look into mounting the gear on a shaft, then have the shaft pass thru a mounting plate say 3/4" thick steel, have another gear with finer/more teeth mounted on the shaft, then a large nut mounted last. You could then use a rachet/extention on the nut to turn the gear and rotate the engine when you needed to. You would also mount a pawl off to the side of the second fine tooth gear, when you wanted to lock the flywheel in place lever the pawl over locking the gears in place. You might be able to disassemble an extra/junk starter and use the gear, shaft, and starter housing mounting area as a basis for building a tool. I think starters from many other engines will fit in place such as 103/104 maybe even 617's although I don't have one in front of me to compare!

This way say you where doing a leakdown test or a valve seal replacement where you will need to be both rotating the engine and needing to lock the flywheel in place, you could do it easier. If you use the tranny lock tool you would need to R&R it each time you needed to rotate the engine to work on the next cylinder, with a starter position tool such as I've described you could pull the starter, install the tool and then rotate and lock the engine in place as needed, then when the work is done remove the tool and reinstall the starter.
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Old 11-04-2009, 09:58 PM
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I believe I recently paid $115 from an online MB dealership for this item:
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