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Old 12-20-2010, 11:44 AM
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1995 C220 surging

Hello all,
I am having trouble with my 1995 C220. When I try to maintain a steady RPM the engine will surge. For example, if I push the accelerator, while in park, rev the engine to 2,000 rpm then try to maintain this rpm, the engine will surge up and down. I was able to find a cheap MAF sensor, replaced it, and the problem still exists. I now think it may be the fuel pressure regulator, but I really don't know. Any ideas????

Thanks in advance, Clint

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Old 12-21-2010, 02:31 AM
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MAF, O2 sensor, intake air leak.
need diagnostic.
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Old 12-21-2010, 05:09 AM
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my car does the same issue but as im diagnosing it,its looking more like a fuel issue,im replacing the fuel injector sensor on top of the cylinder head all the way in the back of the cylinder head.if its surging there may be a vacum leak,or check the fuel pressure relay,it could be anything even the vacum leak around the fuel pressure regulator.good luck, check all your visible vacum lines make sure none are snaped they are hard brittle plastica lines another thing that will case a surging idle is the idle control calve you can disconect it take the botom off and the have someone plug it in watch it and turn the key on,watch the valve it should move if it doesnt then soak it in carb cleaner if this doesnt work replace it,it looks like a big silver d cellbattery with 2 black pipes off the side,there are all issues you wanna check into.good luck,of one more thing check to make sure the ovp was recently replaced,it stands for overload voltade protector

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