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The sensor itself is located below the air pump and between the thermostat and coolant pump housing. . Mercedes C220 CDI OM611 Thermostat fault.

Mercedes-Benz W203 Thermostat Replacement Mercedes-Benz W203 Thermostat Replacement Applicable Models Jump to Photos 9 Comments Applicable Models: Mercedes-Benz C320 (2001-04).

Shaking / Vibrations Noticeable at Low RPMS and idle. . Never pry anything between the mounting surfaces of the thermostat and block or hit it with a metal hammer.

For maximum efficiency, you should also designate. May 7, 2015 · Step 3 – Replace with new thermostat.

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1 C200 CDIEngine code: 646.

warm air from upper vents though. I have done mine, its quite an easy job.

. Gently wiggle and pull the thermostat from the block.

had small rad leak.
The heater control valve is typically in line with the heater core’s inlet hose, which is often near the vehicle’s firewall, but the exact location of the valve will vary by vehicle.
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As shown in the picture the thermostat is located on front side of the engine.

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The sensor itself is located below the air pump and between. Never pry anything between the mounting surfaces of the thermostat and block or hit it with a metal hammer. Oct 6, 2021 · Step 1: Lift your car and remove splash shields.

The TCU is now reset. Sockets 6mm, 7mm, 8mm. Heated seat. . .

did bars jam open thermostat? or heater core clogged now? if yes, can i back flush w a garden hose somehow? or any other suggestion.

few days later noticed no heat blowing cold on feet. Shaking / Vibrations Noticeable at Low RPMS and idle.

Turn the key to the off position but do not remove the key, then release the gas pedal.

To remove the hose just slide the clip out on the hose connecter.

You will see the gasket and the notes (below the picture of the part) state that as well.

Remove the upper hose from the thermostat, and use the appropriate socket on the two Torx fittings to remove the unit.

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