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Old 03-26-2007, 02:03 AM
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OM617.951 and .952 Lift pump Repair kit W126.120 300SD W123.133 300D

We no longer sell this as a kit, but you can try to assemble your own kit using these links.

OM617.951 and OM617.952 Lift pump Repair requires the following...

REPAIR KIT
MB# 0000900210
http://www.pelicanparts.com/cgi-bin/ksearch/pel_search.cgi?SUPERCAT_FLAG=Y&make=MBZ&please_wait=N&forumid=&threadid=&command=DWsearch&descriptio n=0000900210&I1.x=11&I1.y=9

GASKET
MB# 0010742280
http://www.pelicanparts.com/cgi-bin/ksearch/pel_search.cgi?SUPERCAT_FLAG=Y&make=MBZ&please_wait=N&forumid=&threadid=&command=DWsearch&descriptio n=0010742280&I1.x=7&I1.y=12

SEAL RING
MB# 0039978245
http://www.pelicanparts.com/cgi-bin/ksearch/pel_search.cgi?SUPERCAT_FLAG=Y&make=MBZ&please_wait=N&forumid=&threadid=&command=DWsearch&descriptio n=0039978245+&I1.x=12&I1.y=7

SPRING
MB# 0009934801
http://www.pelicanparts.com/cgi-bin/ksearch/pel_search.cgi?SUPERCAT_FLAG=Y&make=MBZ&please_wait=N&forumid=&threadid=&command=DWsearch&descriptio n=0009934801&I1.x=11&I1.y=9
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Old 10-13-2008, 03:14 AM
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What is the difference between that and item number 0000900210 to make the $30 spread?

Do they both include the in/out valves?
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Old 10-13-2008, 03:03 PM
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What is the difference between that and item number 0000900210 to make the $30 spread?

Do they both include the in/out valves?
There is a ten dollar spread between the kits, due to kit part difference..

They both include the in/out valves.

OM617.912 Lift pump Repair kit
Part# 0000900210 REPAIR KIT
Part# 0010742280 GASKET
Part# 0029976540 SEAL RING
Part# 0000910619 VALVE SPRING


OM617.951 and OM617.952 Lift pump Repair kit
Part# 0000900210 REPAIR KIT
Part# 0010742280 GASKET
Part# 0039978245 SEAL RING
Part# 0009934801 SPRING
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Correct me if i'm wrong. The lift pump can have diminished performance before it completely fails.
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Old 08-24-2011, 10:21 PM
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Correct me if i'm wrong. The lift pump can have diminished performance before it completely fails.
Yes, but you must fully understand the MB diesel fuel system for diagnostics.
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Old 08-01-2012, 07:26 PM
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Question: If both PNs for the repair kit are the same, how can you tell them apart? I ordered a kit with number 0000900210 from the dealership using for my 78 240D, but it does not specify which springs. I would think it is right since they looked it up for a 616.912 but the contents do not match what came out of my lift pump. My lift pump is FP/K22MW7. Curious if there is an alltogether different kit for mine?
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Old 08-03-2012, 10:48 AM
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Question: If both PNs for the repair kit are the same, how can you tell them apart? I ordered a kit with number 0000900210 from the dealership using for my 78 240D, but it does not specify which springs. I would think it is right since they looked it up for a 616.912 but the contents do not match what came out of my lift pump. My lift pump is FP/K22MW7. Curious if there is an alltogether different kit for mine?
Rule of thumb, if the lift pump repair kit parts fit, and function you are OK.

The confusion is some times due to the antique MB design - engineering PARTS management system.

There are (in the EPC) some identical assemblies with eleven different design compatible rebuild - repair kits.

It may have been an internal turf war and/or communication issues that caused problems.

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Not all of the parts are available from Pelican. I'd call before placing an online order....most upsetting
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Not all of the parts are available from Pelican. I'd call before placing an online order....most upsetting
Sorry.
We dropped some of them from the catalog because they are NLA.
Yet EPC and MB inventory show valid, and in a few cases in stock.
It is not until you try ordering that the MB error (days later) becomes evident.


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whunter:

Tks for these notes - am in process on trying to diagnose a 'general loss of power' at load... I suppose doing this maintenance on a 300k+ is a good idea?? !!!!!

Thinking' also about nozzle replacement, fuel tank screen cleaning - these things never done.

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Tks for these notes - am in process on trying to diagnose a 'general loss of power' at load... I suppose doing this maintenance on a 300k+ is a good idea?? !!!!!

Thinking' also about nozzle replacement, fuel tank screen cleaning - these things never done.

Lou
IMO all of these are a good idea at 300K.

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did the design of the lift pump ever get revised or something ? on my '80 and on my '85, they both flow "normal", like they both always have, which is not particularly alot, even with all tanks and screens and filters and things all clean as new......on someone's '83 i was working on, i couldnt help noticing it was pumping fuel through "like a firehose" and you could quickly fill a gallon jug with fuel from the return........same thing on someone else's 60x series i was working on......are mine both just old and weak and need rebuilt ? or is there a difference on certain years ? i had always understood that this old fashioned mechanical pumps were almost indestructable, but after seeing this post about kits, i can appreciate the need for the components to be new and in order, and not 300k + ......
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Old 06-27-2013, 01:09 AM
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did the design of the lift pump ever get revised or something ? on my '80 and on my '85, they both flow "normal", like they both always have, which is not particularly a lot, even with all tanks and screens and filters and things all clean as new......on someone's '83 i was working on, i couldn't help noticing it was pumping fuel through "like a fire hose" and you could quickly fill a gallon jug with fuel from the return........same thing on someone else's 60x series i was working on......are mine both just old and weak and need rebuilt ? or is there a difference on certain years ? i had always understood that this old fashioned mechanical pumps were almost indestructible, but after seeing this post about kits, i can appreciate the need for the components to be new and in order, and not 300k + ......
It sounds like you need at least this valve kit to restore the flow.


REPAIR KIT
MB# 0000900210
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It sounds like you need at least this valve kit to restore the flow.


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MB# 0000900210
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AHA !! i see what looks like seals !! seals i like.....i'm sure this ones will be pumping like mad like that too, after having new seals......as they are original, on both cars, they are just as f'd as everything else on the cars was, and obviously must be leaking pressure........awesome.....ill order this.....thanks
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Really anything reasonable to rekit after a lot of miles that saves a road breakdown is worth the preventative effort in general. A road breakdown away from home can land up very expensive in comparison.

In fact so expensive on occasion there is no comparison. For the few times it has occurred over my lifetime it usually also consumes a days time.
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