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Old 02-11-2018, 07:28 PM
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Is anyone familiar with this part i.e. removed it before or seen it up close before. Short story, I've recently replaced my air compressor and both rear bags. After a few days I'm getting an airmatic malfunction and I'm told this part is the culprit most likely.
However the part I plan on ordering appears to have an additional piece on it but the add on looks removable. I'll attach the new part and what my current part looks like for reference.
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Seems to be identical to the original one, except for those two plugged orifices. I looked on their website, they say it's compatible with our vehicles. But it's not a better deal than the OE part, price wise.
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Seems to be identical to the original one, except for those two plugged orifices. I looked on their website, they say it's compatible with our vehicles. But it's not a better deal than the OE part, price wise.
I couldn't find it available anywhere else OE or aftermarket. Everywhere said sold out. Do you have a link? I'll look a bit more and order today.
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I couldn't find it available anywhere else OE or aftermarket. Everywhere said sold out. Do you have a link? I'll look a bit more and order today.
https://www.mboemparts.com/oem-parts...UtNWwtdjgtZ2Fz some here said they have ordered from this supplier and they were ok. There's paypal available too, for peace of mind.
https://www.pelicanparts.com/cgi-bin/ksearch/PEL_search_2016.cgi?command=DWsearch&description=2 123200658
https://www.mbonlineparts.com/oem-parts/mercedes-benz-control-valve-2123200658/?c=aT01NzIxNzY1NSZyPWxheWVyXzk%3D

Don't forget to replace this part A2123200169 if you haven't already. It's only 12$ and it's usually overlooked but very important in protecting your new compressor.

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Getting this on one site and may not fit on the Pelican. I think it maybe due to mines being RWD?
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The Air Filter fits though..So that's a positive atleast lol.
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2123200658 is correct.

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Getting this on one site and may not fit on the Pelican. I think it maybe due to mines being RWD?
I don't know why it's saying that, the part number is correct though. Might be their software which is not sorted out.
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Below is the Part# Miessler is showing from their site. I trust you guys more then these site software especially Konig. I'll give MBOEM a call now just in case and get back. Thanks again.

Mercedes-Benz E-Class W212 2010-2014 NEW Suspension Air Ride Supply Solenoid Valve Block (2123200358)

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Below is the Part# Miessler is showing from their site. I trust you guys more then these site software especially Konig. I'll give MBOEM a call now just in case and get back. Thanks again.

Mercedes-Benz E-Class W212 2010-2014 NEW Suspension Air Ride Supply Solenoid Valve Block (2123200358)

If you look that part( 2123200358) up on ecs they say it's for MB suvs(GL, ML) and CL/S/R but no E. Each vendor has different part numbers and they're all over the place. I also trust The King, he has an updated EPC and has never been wrong as far as I know.
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Thanks guys, I ordered the Control Valve #212-320-06-58, the Air Filter 212-320-01-69, and a Purge Control Valve 000-470-88-93 (I've been getting an EVAP code P2422 w a CEL that comes and goes).

I was going to wait until I got my airmatic straighten out but for that price it can't hurt since I'll have someone already looking at the car. I figure it's that or I need a new canister.
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Originally Posted by jahquan3 View Post
Thanks guys, I ordered the Control Valve #212-320-06-58, the Air Filter 212-320-01-69, and a Purge Control Valve 000-470-88-93 (I've been getting an EVAP code P2422 w a CEL that comes and goes).

I was going to wait until I got my airmatic straighten out but for that price it can't hurt since I'll have someone already looking at the car. I figure it's that or I need a new canister.
Once you have the new valve block installed and everything is put back together you can perform a air reservoir(canister) fill and leak test, any STAR diagnostic tool should have it (I have it on my DS808 tool). You might not have to replace it. Good luck with everything and tell us how it went!


I just realized you were referring to the activated charcoal canister, I thought you were talking about the airmatic air reservoir. I have seen this issue discussed on the forums a few times, for some the purge control valve replacement fixed it (CEL and no start issue), others had to replace the activated charcoal canister as well as the fuel filler cap gasket. I thing you going the path of least expensive parts is the wisest though.

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Yes, I was referring to the charcoal canister as my next step after the purge valve. With my recent luck I got a hold on shipment since they said the purge I ordered was incorrectly numbered on the site. To expedite the airmatic parts I dropped it from the order and fast tracked the other 2.

I just got the car back about an hour ago. To add the mech said he replaced the airmatic hoses on the passenger side because he felt they were shotty. He didn't charge me for those but a whole set is inexpensive from what I've searched.

I'm due for 140k service soon so debating if I can handle letting the dealer handle the EVAP fix. They typically refuse outside parts so that might be a no for me lol. If they'll let it slide I'll bring the part with me and eat labor and the glorified Service B.

I appreciate all the help and will provide any pertinent updates.
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