MFI (mechanical fuel injection) fuel pumps are notorious for leaking fuel. Leaks are almost always due to age hardened and deformed o-rings inside the pump. Taking the pump off the car, taking it apart, cleaning it and installing new seals will almost always solve the fuel leak problems.
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Most owners do not have a big enough hex wrench to remove the fuel tank screen on those models that had the fuel tank right under the rear trunk floor. But the screen does need to be removed, inspected and cleaned due to the age of these cars.
FITS all 116 123 Diesel and Gasoline, and 126 chassis from 1977 to 1985. Finally a socket to remove your fuel tank screen that really works. Most correct size sockets tend to be SO BIG that they require 3/4 inch drive ratchets and extensions to use them. Who has those in their tool box??
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This clear 16 oz. bottle and hose is the safest way to test of clean your older gas and diesel injectors by not having to breathe the harmful fumes produced by the fine mist spray. NOTE: This only works for mechanical fuel injectors. It is not intended for electrically operated fuel injectors.
This is a collection of SPECIAL tools Kent has put together to help you grab, twist, and pull on things in and around your Mercedes. He makes each one of these tools right here in his shop.
These are my favorite German hose clamps. They tighten securely, dont cut into the hose, and don't rust or break. If you are working on the fuel system of any Mercedes I recommend you have these clamps on had.
Applies to all Mercedes: Pre 1960, 190SL, 110, 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, 108, 109, 107, 116, 123, 126, 201 and 124 chassis. If you ever need to replace a fuel tank, fuel pump, fuel filter, or fuel hose and don't want the fuel running down your arm here is the tool and will save the day!