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Old 05-01-2003, 04:23 PM
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190E won't start

Bought a 1986 non running 190E 2.3 (because I have a '91 since new, now has 238K on it - no problems , and just recently sold a 86' 190 that we used as a beater) and found that the fuel pump was dead. Replaced it with a used one and put a new filter on. Have plenty of pressure ( not measured though) at the Fuel distributor, but when I crack open any of the lines at the top - no fuel. Any ideas. Can I measure the voltage at the connectors so make sure I am getting a signal from the computer? Thanks
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Old 05-01-2003, 04:45 PM
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You don't need the computer for the car to run. Primary fuel pressure and injection supply is mechanical. Filter screens may be plugged, or the fuel distributor bad.

Steve
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