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Old 11-21-2005, 10:26 AM
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replace or repair leaking power steering pump, m-119

hello

i've been going back and forth a bit with the local stealer.

i have a [the] major power steering pump leak, '92 400e with 92,000 miles.

i want pump/resevoir rebuilt, stealer says they can do but is a waste of money because it will fail-replace pump.

frankly i'd rather have the $200.00 difference

what's the real world deal on this??

V-8 owners and techs PLEASE reply.

thanks.

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Old 11-21-2005, 10:46 AM
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Powersteerng Pump

1984 300d Turbo
A Rebuilt Is $295.00 At Adsitco.com Plus Core $100.00 Request Catalog, PluS 10 Percent Discount Internet
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Old 11-21-2005, 11:25 AM
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Stating only the $200.00 difference is rather meaningless. What is the dealer price for a new one? A couple of keystrokes and you have more than a few choices for new and rebuilt.
www.fastlane.com (The sight you made the post to)
www.mbpumps.com
www.benzbin.com
www.bestforeignparts
and no doubt many more, including re-cyclers Potomac.
mbpartsonline.com

Looks to me that mbpumps is the winner on price for a re-built pump.
$140.00 core $130.00.

Fastlane is almost $400.00 for a rebuilt.

Steve
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Old 11-21-2005, 05:23 PM
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raymond485

thanks for checking that.

adsit and i had a falling out over their customer service.


softconsult

the $200.00, i'm refering to is diff between new rebuilt OR rebuild existing. i thought i was clear in thread title on my intentions.

$309.00 new parts, $112.00 for hoses and gasket repair kit.

book time is around 4 hours either way.

fast lane was the first place i called. i've been around here 5 years.
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Old 11-21-2005, 07:06 PM
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No confrontation intended, but your original post was not clear.
If it were me, I would find myself a good independent MB shop
and have them source the rebuilt part and install it. Has to be
less than 4 hours to R&R the pump.

Steve
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Old 11-22-2005, 02:31 PM
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If it is a tandem pump (provides pressure for hyd suspension in addition to the p/s) then replace the pump. If it's not tandem then have a qualified tech reseal your existing pump.

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