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hayomoric 08-30-2007 03:12 AM

1992-500 SEL question
 
Replacing the engine in 1992-500 SEL with newer engine 1995 and have question about Top dead center transmitter (sensor on crankshaft pulley).
My old engine has this sensor but newer one don't.
Do I need this sensor for anything else except for diagnostic ???:confused:
The engine light will stay on or not??:confused: Help me here ,Please...:book:
Thanks ...

mbdoc 08-30-2007 08:59 AM

You don't need that at all.

The electronic "scopes" that used that signal are ALL gone!

hayomoric 08-30-2007 11:47 AM

1992-Mercedes 500 SEL
 
Thanks for your replay ..
What is the sensor doing anyway ?
What I can do vith this TDC sensor then just cut it off ?Thanks,Hayo:kiss:

Peter Guenther 08-30-2007 01:08 PM

Will the electronics work, the 95 engine had coil packs , I think the 92 up had rotors, caps and wiring?

hayomoric 08-30-2007 02:45 PM

Everything is same except Throttle actuator and injectors are different part numbers.A/C,P/S,W/P,Air pump are just updated with different pulleys and smaller acc. belt others parts like exhaust manifolds i will replaced from old engine.This is same engine (block and heads) ..
The engine has only 45K miles it is like brand new..
Only problem i come across was this TDC sensor ,which they said is only for diagnostic..We will see...:pleased:

hayomoric 09-11-2007 03:12 AM

1992-500 sel
 
Finally runs ,lot's of work different oil pans ,oil pump.exhoust manifolds, engine brackets...But it was worth it..
Thanks for support.:ukliam3:


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