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Old 08-17-2010, 05:12 PM
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WTB: OM601/602/603 Injector plastic bushing

WTB: I'd like to get a set of the plastic bushings that used to be installed in the 601/602/603 head as a "keep the splines clean" filler piece surrounding each injector. The part number 601 017 01 50 is NLA according to EPC as it is "no longer required." This is not something I absolutely need but if you have some on hand, I'd be happy to cross your palm with silver.

Sixto gave me one with the #20 head I just bought off him so I need five more. I'll buy five, or a complete set of six, or how many do you have? See the item numbered 606 in the attached EPC drawing.

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I had them on my 1992 300D, but when I took the injectors out they fell apart. Someone told me that they dont make them anymore.
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Old 11-01-2010, 07:27 PM
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I might have one or two. but the others are in bad shape.

I think 04 is right. even the dealer told my friend they were unavailable.
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Heat Shields

They were developed as heat shields and the heat destroys them... Good luck
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