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Old 12-07-2012, 07:24 PM   #51
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Sorry. I've misled you. I posted the wrong darn picture I've withdrawn it.

We are talking at cross purposes because of terminology. You are replacing the correct part ~ Magnet ~ Improved part number P/N 2720510177 ~ 3 torx mounting. Should solve the problem

AKA ~ camshaft solenoid. (incorrectly)

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Old 05-02-2013, 08:41 AM   #52
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Is there any DIY guide on how to replace the intake manifold on let's say ML350!?
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Old 05-02-2013, 09:25 AM   #53
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Here's the WIS doc:

http://benzbits.com/m272/IntakeManifold.pdf
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Old 05-02-2013, 04:11 PM   #54
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Great info!!! Thanks!

I ordered today my new OEM intake manifold with 2 gaskets for $636.45. Guess what I'll be doing next weekend
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Ok, I changed the intake manifold and now the lean codes are gone but... I probably have done something wrong. I now have random misfires and hear some loud flapping noises coming from I guess the throttle body. Often the engine even dies down. Could I have busted somehow the throttle body? It was dirty and I did clean it and moved the flap back and forth few times. What could I have done wrong? Do I need to reset adaptations and if yes, how?
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You could have broken the servo on the throttle butterfly. I am not aware of any adaptations on the throttle.
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Old 05-13-2013, 10:49 PM   #57
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I took it apart today again and found that one of the gaskets was not sitting correct on place and because of that it was damaged too allowing huge vacuum leak. Tomorrow I'm getting new gaskets hopefully this time I'll get it right. I inspected the TB and found nothing wrong with it. Obviously the problem was coming from the gasket.
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Ah, yes, an air leak will often cause rough return-to-idle and odd idling. A loose air filter housing (i.e. engine cover) can also do this.
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Success!!! I got it right this time I changed the gaskets by using zip ties to hold them in place. Worked flawlessly. The engine is working like Swiss watch! I also changed the oil and now I almost can't hear it working. It's again that quiet. I'm very happy now!!!
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Could someone show/tell me what way the linkage rod (original) is fastened? A normal bolt would make it not turnable. So what bolt and other stuff is being used?

Thank you!
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I have the replacement levers for sale for $249.00.

Express shipping worldwide for $15.00

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Are these still available and cost?
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