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Old 03-29-2003, 10:23 AM
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Startekinfo.com

Well, its been asked at least a billion times, more or less (bg): Where can I find data for my MB repair. Well the definitive answer is here:

www.startekinfo.com

We may be cheaper, but not nearly so visual. Lots of bugs including the fact that I spent near a half hour at work trying to buy one of those $300 months only to give up. Later at home I tried for a day and got through. Looks like I got my Saturdays reading defined.

An interesting, humorous bug can be found without even entering the site. If one clicks on the heading "search" a description of that function comes up in LATIN if my junior high scool education isn't failing me.

All of the diagnostic manuals are there and they list ETMs for every chassis from202 and 140 onward (all the ones not currently covered in CD form). None of the ETMs worked for me. I got runtime errors on every one I tried. The DMs seemed to work fine. Lists and lists of service bulletins reminded me of an ebay search. They are only gathered by date so its about impossible to look for a specific topic. But they were interesting reading.
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Old 03-29-2003, 10:43 AM
it leaks, its german
 
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Cool, might be worth looking at.




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(Steve, on a side note, the b2 reaction valve was exploded)
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Old 03-29-2003, 10:56 AM
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And I thought, if it leaks it was British. (bg)

Maybe it should be if it leaks its European, but then again I do alignments on Nissans for a shop up the street and I have never seen a car as consistantly leaking as late 80's Maximas.
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Old 03-29-2003, 11:01 AM
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How about if it leaks its a vehicle?


I dunno man, the leakingest thing I've ever seen was the old Toyota 3ac engine.


Although I'll never forget the M111 leaking through the block.



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