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1995 E320 Throttle Body/Actuator

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Hi There,
my E320 Wagon is surging on idle and occasionally has problem accelerating.I brought it to MB Dealer and they told me that the Throttle Body needs to be replaced.Can somebody explain me step by step how to replace it. From where i need to start and s.o.

Thanks in advance!

Milen

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Re: 1995 E320 Throttle Body/Actuator

Until you find a better answer, I would suggest buying the manual for your car. If nothing else, it will help you ask direct and pointed questions about you new project.

W124Service Library CDs are again available from Mercedes. They were not available earlier in 2007 as stocks had run out. As of 1/7/2008 there are over 100 copies on hand and available for sale.

Current price is US$64.98 plus US$5.00 shipping plus applicable state sales tax.

To order call 1-800-367-6372. Ask for Mercedes part number P-2700-124-099.

After obtaining the CD, you should download Steve Nervigs Index for the Service CDs. It allows you to use the CDs easily without having to learn what Mercedes meant when they structured their proprietary product. You can download the index at: http://web.mac.com/dakota/iWeb/Mercedes/Indexes.html

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Re: 1995 E320 Throttle Body/Actuator

Hi Milen,

There is a place that rebuilts them for much less than replacement. Here is the link/info which I have saved in the event I may need one in the future.

http://www.4mercedes.com/throttle.htm

How many miles are on your e320? I have roughly 110K now. Let us know how you make out.

Good luck,

Michael

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hi   if i by used throttle

hi   if i by used throttle body for e320 1995  for my mb  e320 95  have to be programe or not 

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