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1985 Mercedes Benz 190D

Hello are there a picture of a 1985 mercedes benz 190D engine with the vacuum lines showing on the motor if so where do i go. Thank You

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  • rbbnsent Apr 25, 2009

    thank you i have an 1985 mercedes benz 190D its an automatic trans, if you could send me a picture of the vacuum diagram on the motor. Thanks Again

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Hello,i have a copy of vacuum diagram,what is your trans.,,manual or automatic ,so i could send to you,ty

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http://rapidshare.com/files/226590130/function_diagram_of_model_201_190_D_.jpg.html

thanks..you can use a photo viewer preferably Picasa Photo Viewer to see the diagram in high definition...just inform me if you have downloaded the copy...

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hello,hoping this diagram help your problem,
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Starting off, the vacuum line which shuts off the engine is a brown/blue line it goes to a diaphragm that has the fitting facing parallel to the pump body (runs parallel to the ground) Hook the line into the diaphragm.
Next, you have a vacuum hose which has a check valve on it.
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