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Old 09-06-2010, 12:06 PM
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124 SLS Valve

Anyone have a junk 124 SLS valve they will sell/borrow me? I'll hopefully be able to return it sealed up.
From the diagrams I have there are o-rings inside, so I could potentially put together a o-ring kit for these valves as well. But I've never seen a 124 wagon in the yards around here.

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I have one with one of the threads stripped.
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Old 09-06-2010, 01:16 PM
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That would be perfect for me to tinker with if you'll part with it.
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you do know that the w124 wagon, the w201 sedan, the w126 sedan and w123 wagon all used the same sls pump, right? I believe the w116 also used the same one. It's easiest to find it out of a 500sel or 560sel w126
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Old 09-06-2010, 10:25 PM
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No they didn't actually. And I remember the 123 one being more boxy looking. Although I think the late 126 one was quite similar to the 124 one (I think I have one of those too...).
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I thought there were several different types on the 123 chassis. But maybe it' just the internals that are different.
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you do know that the w124 wagon, the w201 sedan, the w126 sedan and w123 wagon all used the same sls pump, right? I believe the w116 also used the same one. It's easiest to find it out of a 500sel or 560sel w126
Perhaps you misread the OP?:

"Anyone have a junk 124 SLS valve they will sell/borrow me?"

The discussion is regarding the SLS height adjusting valve at the rear of the vehicles not the "SLS pumps", as an aside although a few early OM603 configurations used an engine mounted SLS pump, the vast majority of 124 applications use a tandem PS/SLS pump powered by the serpentine belt.
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And all 123 wagons use the head-mounted SLS pump, completely different.
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In the Fastlane part all the 123, 124, 126, and 201 SLS pumps have the same parts number. All the 124, 126, and 201 valves have the same part numbers.

It appears that the pump for the 123, 126, and 201 all have the same part number 117 230 00 64.
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i just removed and replaced my sls valve....1987 124 wagon and the SLS valve had a 123 part number on it. The SLS valves may all be inter-changable as long as you can make the hard lines and fittings all line up and the valve will bolt to the mounting bracket.
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The Fastlane listing must be wrong then.

The T123 SLS pump is driven by the head, on my 126 and 124T it is belt driven and siamesed on the PS pump. The SLS valve is also different from 124 to 123.
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I have pulled a SE valve before and it was squarish where the 123's are rectangles. Probably all work the same.

I'd love a SE(L?) with 4 way SLS.
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I have pulled a SE valve before and it was squarish where the 123's are rectangles. Probably all work the same.

I'd love a SE(L?) with 4 way SLS.
it's a little known fact, that on all models which ever came with SLS, the SLS option on all four wheels was optional outside N-America. I have seen base model w201's (i.e. poverty models) with four wheel SLS--an option that was stock on EVO models, and which most people only thought came on EVOs
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The SDL with SLS was also fitted with ASD, a very nice option IMO.

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