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Re: What did you do to your benz today?

Post by Giles » Mon 03 Nov, 2014 11:14 pm

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Post by edenning » Mon 03 Nov, 2014 11:30 pm

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After a 100 km round trip cruise yesterday along the coast, I thought it was time to repaint the stone chipped eyebrows on the fog lights. Disassembled, sanded, primed and repaint, along with polishing the chrome surrounds, they look much better. Although I thought the car had cleaner more masculine lines with the fog lights off.
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Re: What did you do to your benz today?

Post by GNGSTA » Wed 05 Nov, 2014 12:10 am

I replaced the engine mounts on my W109, car idles smoother and the engine sits higher in the engine bay as well.
the mounts had collapsed and dropped the engine at least 30 mm.
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Re: What did you do to your benz today?

Post by Mercmad » Fri 07 Nov, 2014 4:15 pm

I bought a W109 once ,very cheap because the seller had been told the trans was gone. Same thing,the engine mounts had collapsed and the exhaust was resting on the manifold .When driven up a hill you could everything going on under the bonnet. CHEAPEST TRANS i have ever done... :laughing6: :laughing6:

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Post by TheMadRacoon » Fri 07 Nov, 2014 9:37 pm

Recharged AC with Hychill. Blower has always been very quiet and not providing much air movement. I checked and found the fuses for the blower (16A) and compressor (8A) were the wrong way round and the latter (in the blower's fuse holder) showed burn marks at either end and the fuse wire was actually cracked and just making contact...fell apart when I pulled it out.

Correct fuses and the blower is nice and strong. AC cold. Just in time for summer.
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Re: What did you do to your benz today?

Post by AMG » Sat 08 Nov, 2014 9:10 pm

Did a full Trans service on Stella today -
also pulled valve body & installed K1, K2 & B1 kits.

Tomorrow is replacement tie-rods, draglink & differential bushes if I get time.
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1989 2.5-16 Blauschwarz 4sp. auto (parted) formerly owned by Derek/Hasan.
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Re: What did you do to your benz today?

Post by John Green » Sat 08 Nov, 2014 10:01 pm

Took it "soft roading"
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Re: What did you do to your benz today?

Post by AMG » Sun 09 Nov, 2014 1:22 pm

Well a late start today, but instead of doing tierods & draglink I changed out the steering coupling, which is altogether a much more annoying task. took just on an hour.

Still got Diff bushes to go, but before I do those, I think I might take some measurements and consider making some urethane ones.

Also just noticed the front subframe mounts have collapsed again! not even 2 years old... ugh.
Current:
1987 560SL 4sp. auto Signalrot "Stella"
1987 190E 2.3-16 5sp. man. Blauschwarz "Hermann"
1992 300CE-24 6sp. man. Perlblau / Iceblau "Gretel"
1992 Range Rover Classic 4sp auto Ardennes Green "Oswald"
2012 E63 AMG Speedshift MCT Diamantweiß "Klaus"
Previous:
1986 560SEL Anthracitgrau "Schultz" - In Mercedes Heaven
1987 190E 2.6 4sp. auto Signalrot "Sabine" - which now resides/owns Andrew M's Garage
1972 350SLC Astralsilber "Lurch" - now in the loving care of Craig B
1989 2.5-16 Blauschwarz 4sp. auto (parted) formerly owned by Derek/Hasan.
2012 Renault Sport Megane RS265 Trophy 8:08 6 sp. man. Liquid Yellow "Jean Rédélé"

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Re: What did you do to your benz today?

Post by TheMadRacoon » Sun 09 Nov, 2014 1:44 pm

AMG wrote:
Also just noticed the front subframe mounts have collapsed again! not even 2 years old... ugh.
I noticed when inspecting the brakes that mine have perished / collapsed. I read online that you have to lift the engine up and loosen or remove the engine mounts. It sounded like a half day job at least? Perhaps a good time to replace the engine mounts as well if they are getting on too...wondering if it is good practice to change transmission mounts at same time?
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1975 350SLC Astral Silver (725) / Blue (2012, 284,900 km - present.... a real Benz, getting better and better)
1988 190E Deep Blue (900) / Cream (2006, 190,000 km - 2007, ~ 215,000 km .... FSH and still spent big $$$)
1974 280E Reed Green (860) / Bone (1993, 316,700 km - 2004, ~490,000 km and still A1)

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Re: What did you do to your benz today?

Post by AMG » Sun 09 Nov, 2014 10:39 pm

Yeah, the best policy with these things is to do them all in one hit.... subframe engine mounts& dampers & trans mount. Then you'll notice you have to replace the exhaust hanger rubbers and possibly the tailshaft centre bearing hanger and possibly the tailshft couplings.... it's an endless saga when the car is 20+ years old.
Current:
1987 560SL 4sp. auto Signalrot "Stella"
1987 190E 2.3-16 5sp. man. Blauschwarz "Hermann"
1992 300CE-24 6sp. man. Perlblau / Iceblau "Gretel"
1992 Range Rover Classic 4sp auto Ardennes Green "Oswald"
2012 E63 AMG Speedshift MCT Diamantweiß "Klaus"
Previous:
1986 560SEL Anthracitgrau "Schultz" - In Mercedes Heaven
1987 190E 2.6 4sp. auto Signalrot "Sabine" - which now resides/owns Andrew M's Garage
1972 350SLC Astralsilber "Lurch" - now in the loving care of Craig B
1989 2.5-16 Blauschwarz 4sp. auto (parted) formerly owned by Derek/Hasan.
2012 Renault Sport Megane RS265 Trophy 8:08 6 sp. man. Liquid Yellow "Jean Rédélé"

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Re: What did you do to your benz today?

Post by sf0999 » Mon 10 Nov, 2014 9:00 pm

I took the W126 for a leisurely drive to the Southern Highlands .... then put the helmet on and had a less leisurely drive. Greg (500SLC) was also there with a couple of his 190's.

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I would have preferred to take the Finnie but my 15 year old son was driving too and he did not want to take on the column shift manual.

Enjoy !

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Re: What did you do to your benz today?

Post by Greg in Oz » Mon 10 Nov, 2014 11:28 pm

Mercs were well represented at the Classic Rally Club's drive day at MDTC (Marulan Driver Training Centre) yesterday. As Steve has already mentioned, he and his son drove his W126 300SEL, a very big car on a tight and technical little circuit. My 500SLC is ideal for classic rallies but really isn't suited to tight circuits either. I therefore would have liked to give my 190E 2.3-16 a run but my boys were also having a run and one of them wanted some time in a manual. I wasn't too keen to let him drive the Cosworth so I took my daily-drive manual 190E 2.3 Sportline. Both of my boys also drove the eBay special automatic 190E 2.3.

With two of us driving the Sportline, the brakes said enough with the pads becoming very hot and smelly and the pedal going to the floor just as I entered the pits after one of my sessions which immediately followed a session with my son driving it. The pedal eventually firmed up again as the fluid cooled but the pads never really got their bite back again (and still haven't). For the remainder of the day my son left me to the Sportline and both boys drove the automatic. Older son was also fortunate to ride as a passenger with Peking to Paris Rally winner Matt Bryson and also have a drive of Matt's Lancer rally car. A very different experience for him after the 190E.

Another Merc having a run was my old 350SLC being driven by Reg who has converted it to his track day car. Reg kindly offered me a drive which I was happy to accept. After owning it for 29 years and selling it to Reg a couple of years ago, I was keen to see how it felt with the mods he has done. The removal of excess weight is obvious and it feels surprisingly nimble for a big 107. Obviously the lower and and firmer ride with improved roll stiffness along with plenty of negative camber for the semi-slicks helps. The handling is very neutral and forgiving with any understeer or oversteer being easily controlled with the throttle. The power to weight ratio is improved both with the reduction of weight and the replacement of the iron block 3.5 M116 with an aluminium 4.2 M116 (I guess it is now really a 420SLC rather than a 350SLC). Thanks for the drive Reg. It was good to be reunited with the old car and I had a smile on my face for the whole drive and a good while afterwards.

Videos can be seen at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rUz1xnQOxo4 (my 190E 2.3 Sportline) and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vWvrTiHKQe0 (me driving Reg's SLC).
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Re: What did you do to your benz today?

Post by TheMadRacoon » Thu 18 Dec, 2014 1:30 pm

Thanks Chris & MB Spares for super quick delivery of parts.

I can fit 2* out of 3 - but front sub frame mounting bushes beyond me: I'm sure one of the two great mechanics who look after the SLC will find it straight forward though!

*distributor cap & rotor..... hehehe
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1988 190E Deep Blue (900) / Cream (2006, 190,000 km - 2007, ~ 215,000 km .... FSH and still spent big $$$)
1974 280E Reed Green (860) / Bone (1993, 316,700 km - 2004, ~490,000 km and still A1)

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Post by markb » Thu 18 Dec, 2014 8:35 pm

TheMadRacoon wrote:Thanks Chris & MB Spares for super quick delivery of parts.
x 2 but it was Murray...My new under bonnet insulation arrived today, in less than 2 weeks from de Faderland !
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Re: What did you do to your benz today?

Post by New123 » Fri 19 Dec, 2014 12:47 am

Went for a drive, then stopped at the oval for a bit to get some exercise. Lookin' good, eh?

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Post by T-Modell » Fri 19 Dec, 2014 1:18 am

New123 wrote:Went for a drive, then stopped at the oval for a bit to get some exercise. Lookin' good, eh?

...
I don't think it looks good ... it looks fantastic! What a great colour, especially when it's properly washed. Hats off!
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Post by Mercmad » Fri 19 Dec, 2014 7:50 pm

my W123 got a new front end and pin hole in the exhaust welded up . hard work in this heat ,then i replaced the bushes in the manual shift lever . New master cylinder for the clutch needs to fitted now .i might even clean it...

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Post by AMG » Fri 19 Dec, 2014 9:55 pm

Stared at my 107 for about 5 minutes.
Didn't do anything.... just stared at it.

I seem to do that a lot lately.
Current:
1987 560SL 4sp. auto Signalrot "Stella"
1987 190E 2.3-16 5sp. man. Blauschwarz "Hermann"
1992 300CE-24 6sp. man. Perlblau / Iceblau "Gretel"
1992 Range Rover Classic 4sp auto Ardennes Green "Oswald"
2012 E63 AMG Speedshift MCT Diamantweiß "Klaus"
Previous:
1986 560SEL Anthracitgrau "Schultz" - In Mercedes Heaven
1987 190E 2.6 4sp. auto Signalrot "Sabine" - which now resides/owns Andrew M's Garage
1972 350SLC Astralsilber "Lurch" - now in the loving care of Craig B
1989 2.5-16 Blauschwarz 4sp. auto (parted) formerly owned by Derek/Hasan.
2012 Renault Sport Megane RS265 Trophy 8:08 6 sp. man. Liquid Yellow "Jean Rédélé"

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Re: What did you do to your benz today?

Post by Greg in Oz » Fri 19 Dec, 2014 10:43 pm

AMG wrote:Stared at my 107 for about 5 minutes.
Didn't do anything.... just stared at it.

I seem to do that a lot lately.
No good for them that. They need to driven and driven fast for a good distance!
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107026 - 500SLC: 1981, 4sp auto, thistle green, green velour
124090 - 300TE: 1990, 4sp auto, arctic white, cream-beige MBtex
124090 - 300TE: 1992, 4sp auto, malachite (spruce green), black MBtex
201024 - 190E-2.0: 1985, 5sp manual, black, black MBtex
201028 - 190E-2.3 Sportline: 1990, 5sp manual, arctic white, blue leather
201028 - 190E-2.3: 1992, 4sp auto, blueblack, grey MBtex
201028 - 190E-2.3 Sportline: 1990, 4sp auto, signal red, black cloth (parts car)
201034 - 190E-2.3-16 Cosworth: 1985, 5sp manual, blueblack, black leather
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Re: What did you do to your benz today?

Post by AMG » Sat 20 Dec, 2014 10:18 am

Well it's the xmas hols, and that means licence preservation mode has kicked in, so Stella is going to see limited duties while I remove Hermann's exhaust manifold (again). Something about that 5.6 v8 just makes me want to bury the throttle to the floor and I really should be polishing it today, but the weather just turned bleak and it looks like rain on the way.
Current:
1987 560SL 4sp. auto Signalrot "Stella"
1987 190E 2.3-16 5sp. man. Blauschwarz "Hermann"
1992 300CE-24 6sp. man. Perlblau / Iceblau "Gretel"
1992 Range Rover Classic 4sp auto Ardennes Green "Oswald"
2012 E63 AMG Speedshift MCT Diamantweiß "Klaus"
Previous:
1986 560SEL Anthracitgrau "Schultz" - In Mercedes Heaven
1987 190E 2.6 4sp. auto Signalrot "Sabine" - which now resides/owns Andrew M's Garage
1972 350SLC Astralsilber "Lurch" - now in the loving care of Craig B
1989 2.5-16 Blauschwarz 4sp. auto (parted) formerly owned by Derek/Hasan.
2012 Renault Sport Megane RS265 Trophy 8:08 6 sp. man. Liquid Yellow "Jean Rédélé"

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Re: What did you do to your benz today?

Post by markb » Sat 20 Dec, 2014 5:19 pm

Installed my new OEM under bonnet insulation, sourced from Forum sponsor, of course. (JG and I discussed the inclusion the small square of foil, and my analysis is that it was put there on the 123, where it sits directly over the exhaust manifolds?)

Tried some usual contact adhesive, which ran out after doing one surface, added some spray adhesive, but alas I wasn't happy with the adhesion (this is not my 1st time doing this on a Benz BTW)... So I cracked out some good old construction adhesive found in the shed, Sicaflex...job done :notworthy:
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1972 W108 280SE 3.5 White (2002-2003 project)
1971 W108 280SE 3.5 White (1999-2006 Unmolested original & sadly missed)
1987 S124 230TE Diamond Blue (2002-2007 Family cruiser)
1983 W126 280SE Champagne 106k Klms (Custodian in 2013)
1969 W113 280SL Champagne (Custodian in 2000)
1988 W124 300E Diamond Blue (2016 project)

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Re: What did you do to your benz today?

Post by edenning » Sun 21 Dec, 2014 2:41 pm

The right hand indicators have been flashing fast of late on the 107. So I swapped over the 7 pin hazard switch (built in relay) with a spare, and this made no difference. Next job was to check the globes and or earths. Checked the rear indicator globe first, as this is the easiest to get to, and found this.
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Milky white globe with a touch of black inside.
Replaced with a new globe, and now the right hand side indicators are back to the correct speed. :dance:
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Re: What did you do to your benz today?

Post by Bartman4800 » Wed 24 Dec, 2014 10:51 am

Received my 220 Sb finny sedan from Adelaide (finally). This is the one that David (Pastel) was pushing for the MBSA president

Ceva car transport took 12 days instead of the promised 5. But at least she arrived in one piece.

Fired right up as well, and did an (illegal) lap around the block.

Now have to fix a few things before inspection.

Will show some pictures later.


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Re: What did you do to your benz today?

Post by Tony From West Oz » Wed 24 Dec, 2014 11:53 pm

Following prolonged fuel flow issues on my C250 Turbodiesel, I pulled the tank screen (yes there is one, despite what many posters on other sites claim), cleaned it , re-installed it, replaced the main fuel filter and restored the performance of the car.

The strainer was totally blocked with black grunge. I de-greased it with caustic, scrubbed it with a brush and rinsed it out, then dried it before reinstalling into the back of the fuel tank.

Perhaps this was contributing to the difficulty in using the fuel in the passenger side (LHS) of the tank. (a venturi, powered by the returning fuel from the IP, sucks the fuel from the LHS to the RHS of the fuel tank) With a significant restriction, the flow in the return line would have been low, preventing the venturi from doing it's job.

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Re: What did you do to your benz today?

Post by AMGC36 » Fri 26 Dec, 2014 12:24 pm

Hi All
After getting the last wheel alignment and rear camber a bit to must I have fitted new rear adjustable camber arms.
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Re: What did you do to your benz today?

Post by Mercmad » Sun 28 Dec, 2014 3:12 pm

Tony From West Oz wrote:Following prolonged fuel flow issues on my C250 Turbodiesel, I pulled the tank screen (yes there is one, despite what many posters on other sites claim), cleaned it , re-installed it, replaced the main fuel filter and restored the performance of the car.

The strainer was totally blocked with black grunge. I de-greased it with caustic, scrubbed it with a brush and rinsed it out, then dried it before reinstalling into the back of the fuel tank.

Perhaps this was contributing to the difficulty in using the fuel in the passenger side (LHS) of the tank. (a venturi, powered by the returning fuel from the IP, sucks the fuel from the LHS to the RHS of the fuel tank) With a significant restriction, the flow in the return line would have been low, preventing the venturi from doing it's job.

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Re: What did you do to your benz today?

Post by Mercmad » Sun 28 Dec, 2014 3:22 pm

Drove from Rockhampton to Brisbane.. 140 liters of 98 ,no coolant loss and 500ml of oil.
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Jeep (something) ...0_________ old merc 2
Holden Grange ..... 0_______ old merc 1
Various asian GT,turbo blah blah ....0 ____ old merc ....lots.
various SUV's* ......0 __________________Old Merc ...Lots
Oh I do love the feeling of dropping into top at 120KPH and still accelerating hard past (illegal speed ) :laughing6: :laughing6: and watching alleged performance cars dropping behind although they are trying to keep up :occasion5:

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Re: What did you do to your benz today?

Post by edenning » Sun 28 Dec, 2014 9:58 pm

Time to take the radiator out of the 450sl, with a new offset three row core coming in the new year. Put the car up on some ramps and remove the front spoiler. This makes getting to the radiator drain plug easier. Drained the coolant.
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Removed bottom radiator hose, removed transmission cooler hoses and plugged with rubber golf tee.
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Removed upper radiator hose and overflow hose. Detach radiator fan shroud, and remove upper radiator sring clamps.
Raising the radiator out was not straight forward and required some effort, including using a timber beam to lever the rad up from below.
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The radiator had some crumbling fins and what looked like a small leak in the top corner, not to mention the fins being full of crud. This would explain the running temperature being 10 - 15 degrees higher than it should.
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Question correctness of rubber support at each side, looking from the front of the car, the side rubber strip stamped L was on the left side or drivers side. Is this correct?
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Post by Mercmad » Sun 04 Jan, 2015 8:32 am

There is a Left (L) and a Right {R} Don't bother reusing old ones because they have small nipples which push into holes in the radiator sides. They are always broken off .

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Post by John Green » Sun 04 Jan, 2015 4:43 pm

the side rubber strip stamped L was on the left side or drivers side
Drivers side is the R/H side. We sell the rubber mounts if you need them.
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Re: What did you do to your benz today?

Post by olddog642 » Sun 04 Jan, 2015 7:28 pm

I cleaned Etta's window inside and out, but bugger me I just went out to check something and I noticed a couple of spots I missed on the windscreen. :Doh:
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Re: What did you do to your benz today?

Post by edenning » Sun 04 Jan, 2015 9:58 pm

My L radiator rubber was on the drivers side, and yes Madmerc I could not see any rubber nipples, but it looked to me as if the L would line up better with the holes on the radiator support if it was on the passengers side, hence the query. Have just placed an order with John Green at M B Spares for some other gear whilst the radiator is out, wish I had this information Friday. Cheers and thanks for your help on this one. :occasion5:
In the meantime took my AAV out today and the carby cleaner really cleaned it up quick. Will leave it soaking tonight. One bolt was very hard to shift compared to the other, but came out ok in the end. Got some hi temp gasket paper to cut a new gasket, and hi temp sealant ready for the reinstall, and some anti-seize to put on those bolt threads, so there is no trouble removing then in the future.

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Post by Giles » Sun 04 Jan, 2015 11:48 pm

Two weeks away and time to give the cars a New Years scrub and buff.
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Post by markb » Mon 05 Jan, 2015 6:52 pm

Started it and gave it a blast around the block, having sat since 24th December (been unfaithful whilst driving the Japanese Dak-Dak 2000 Klms to NSW and back)....gotta love the German reliability with only about 2 x revolutions of the starter motor and bursts into life! ..Das ist goot ! :dance:
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Pulled the seats out and cleaned the runners

Post by pva68 » Wed 14 Jan, 2015 1:49 pm

Today I pulled the seats front seats out of my w114 280CE. They were getting very hard to adjust forward and back, In fact they were so hard to adjust I just didn't even try any more.

I took the seats out and gave them a good wipe down while on the garage floor. Then I took off the runners, gave them a good clean, lubed them up with some silicon spray and back on. At least that was how it went for the passenger side which i did first.

When I did the driver side even after cleaning and spraying the seat runners it was still incredibly difficult to move forward and back. On closer inspection there was a $2 coin stuck in one side of the seat runner. With a bit of fiddling and cursing and hammering I manages to get the $2 out. Amazing, the seat slides forward and back easy and smooth, just like it should.

So, put the drivers seat back came to tell you about it. :)

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Post by Giles » Wed 14 Jan, 2015 2:42 pm

Nice work, ah the joys off owning a car that is 30 plus years old. Did the same to one of mine a few months back. Makes a huge difference, it makes me wonder why people leave the relatively easy fix jobs untouched.

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Post by New123 » Wed 14 Jan, 2015 7:30 pm

I love finishing those little jobs that also leave a little extra money in your pocket!

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Re: What did you do to your benz today?

Post by edenning » Wed 14 Jan, 2015 10:48 pm

Reinstalled the newly re-cored radiator, filed a little bit of metal off the lowest bracket on the metal side support (this will make future removal a lot easier than this one was). Sprayed some silicon onto the side supports so that the radiator would slide in nice and easy. Fitted a new transmission oil cooler hose that I had ordered from our sponsor (better to do this job now whilst everything was disconnected, seeing I had only replaced the one weeping hose a few months earlier. Refitted my cleaned AAV.
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Filled with new coolant and top up transmission fluid.
Go for a quick spin, great to have the car back on the road.
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Post by olddog642 » Mon 19 Jan, 2015 4:12 pm

Removed the old style E Tags from the windscreen had to use some eucalyptus oil to remove the gum residue then gave the whole windscreen a good clean.
I also lubed the wiper arm shaft but at this stage I have not had the energy or the knowledge to remove the complete assembly and lube the gear inside, at the moment all is working well.
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Post by Giles » Sun 25 Jan, 2015 1:56 pm

Took Nelson out for his first distance drive since his rehab. Just to Busselton and back, about 120km round trip.

My eldest daughter bought tickets for us to the Oz Rock concert.

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It was pretty chilly on the return run about midnight, his heated seats performed Admirably along with the rest of the car.

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Re: What did you do to your benz today?

Post by AMG » Sun 25 Jan, 2015 9:30 pm

Today I extricated Hermann from the garage, and washed, dried, checked and routine warm-up.Then did the same for The Rover & the Megane. That leaves Stella to do - currently covered by about 300 yards of dyneema rope, mesh netting, boat seat cushions, and all manner of other boat related crap (lifejackets, nav gear etc) all over her as well as my garage floor to clean.

and tomorrow is a public holiday, so it can bloody well wait until I feel like cleaning again. I've got other more important things to do. like getting all the other crap off the mezzanine. it's like a never ending cycle of moving faeces from one side of the garage to the other and accumulation is increasing more rapidly than removal.
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Post by markb » Sun 08 Mar, 2015 5:18 pm

Fanged the CE 'round the Phillip Island Race Circuit and 'cleaned out the cobwebs' on the main straight, as part of the PI Festival of Motorsport...my 9 year old son was grinning from ear-to-ear... :wav:
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Post by Ivanerrol » Sun 08 Mar, 2015 6:30 pm

Did a bit of overdue work on the yellow '95 C180 W202.
Car now has almost 280,000 up. Valve train clean no sign of gunge. Still pulls O.K. No major noises.
Backend performs like a boat. Changed out KYB rear struts to good used Sachs - great improvement in handling.
Now have two KYB rear struts to suit W201 or W202 any takers? Good for someone else's car.
Have an electrical fault - fuse 27 keeps blowing. This powers interior lights, boot light and central locking. Suspect wiring for boot light - anybody had the same issue?

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Post by Mercmad » Mon 09 Mar, 2015 8:57 pm

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Post by ANF » Tue 10 Mar, 2015 2:15 pm

Drove it (E320) to Coles Bay and back over the long weekend. Loves (me and the car!) the twisty roads :dance:

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Re: What did you do to your benz today?

Post by markb » Sat 04 Apr, 2015 11:46 am

Slowly working through my front end.

New Bilstein OEM shocks and tie rod assemblies, followed by a compulsory wheel alignment. Whilst I had new ball joints the old ones looked ok and didn't want the hassle of trying to get the new ones pressed in over Easter.

Gradually, my front end rumbles are diminishing but still a little present..any ideas ? :dontknow:
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Re: What did you do to your benz today?

Post by Greg in Oz » Sun 05 Apr, 2015 10:18 pm

Last weekend we had a 1 day classic rally that was all on sealed road. Rather than take my usual car for these events, the 500SLC, I decided to give my 190E 2.3-16 a run. Whilst the roads were sealed, we noticed the firmer ride of the Cosworth compared to the 500SLC and towards the end of the day there was an obvious exhaust rattle and noisier note than usual. On arrival home, I realised that the rear muffler had all but parted company with the pipe feeding it.

The car's previous owner had fitted an expensive Larini sports exhaust system. Being manufactured from stainless steel, you would expect a long life, however movement and vibration had caused metal fatigue between the pipe into the rear muffler and the end plate of the muffler as well as the join between the pipe and the internal perforated tube.

In addition to welding the pipe back into the muffler, I fabricated a brace from stainless steel to ensure flexing which would eventually cause a similar failure cannot occur. I fitted it all back onto the car this afternoon and all now fits and sounds as it should.
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Post by Giles » Sun 05 Apr, 2015 11:31 pm

I tinted the windows on Nelson, now he's on the path to the dark side.
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Re: What did you do to your benz today?

Post by Mercmad » Mon 06 Apr, 2015 11:29 am

I saw you the other night...
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Post by Mercmad » Mon 06 Apr, 2015 11:34 am

And I see you had the family friends on board too...русская красавица
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