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chasinthesun 11-20-2010 11:41 AM

Push started my 2.2 190d 5 spd,have questions
 
Houston ,WE HAVE A PROBLEM -Starter went Kaput at work yesterday,thought it might be a battery until I tried jumping it with a buddies Dodge truck ,it and was still a no go for ignition.The solenoid is cheaper than buying the whole starter ,any good MB solenoid suppliers out there.Me and some co -workers got it push started after finding out yeh olde starter wasnt going for its last turn,thats why these standard MBs rule.Drove off without spinning a wrench.

compress ignite 11-20-2010 07:54 PM

No "Push Start" MB s (Too easy to Damage)
 
1 Attachment(s)
"Pull Start" (Tow "U" under front bumper)

Ask Lee at the Buy Parts tab above about the "Bendix".

If he doesn't have it ,call these guys:
http://www.wagneralt.com

vstech 11-20-2010 10:50 PM

it could still be just a battery.
few and far between are the jumper cables capable of starting our diesel engines with a dead battery in the mix.

t walgamuth 11-21-2010 04:18 AM

Yes a starter r and r is a fair amunt of work. before doing that I would look carefully at all electrical connections for good contact. It would be a shame to r and r the starter, install a new solinoid and discover it did not solve the problem!;)

The starters do not last forever but they are extremely long lived. I have had over 30 old benzes (mostly with high miles) or so and cannot remember ever replacing a solinoid or a starter, though it is possible I did and forgot.

layback40 11-21-2010 04:31 AM

I have not had to replace the solinoid (bendix).
If its having trouble turning the car, chances are you have a bad battery or more likely a bad connection some where.
Clean all your connections first especially the earth strap.
Make sure it has a good battery & give it a try.
Jumper leads have never worked for me.
You would be better with a change over starter if the solinoid is bad, the rest of the starter will be on the way out.

Good luck

chasinthesun 11-22-2010 02:50 PM

Ive got it out after several extentions and doing the alot back walking ,what a PITA .Ill have it tested and find out whats up with yeh olde starter today.I thought the 300d had a tough settup getting to the starter bolts,these 190ds or almost impossible for that top bolt to get at.Im almost ready to take my 1" hole drill saw to make a access plug permanently.

panZZer 11-22-2010 02:53 PM

Yes the little secret is safe with us;)


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