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    OWNER - Eno

    I decided to purchase another 1992 500E from my neighbor here in Doha.
    We decided on the price between what I was asking and between what he was asking.

    VIN: WDB1240361B728178
    Paint code: 904-Midnight Blue
    Interior code: 272-Blue leather

    The car needs a lot of repairs so it will be a slow restoration process as I have another 1992 500E Nautical Blue which I will send back home.

    After careful thinking and evaluation of the advantages and disadvantages of restoration of this Midnight Blue 1992 500E, I decided NOT to part this great car but to slowly restore it to the best of my ability.
    It will take some time but I beleive it will be worth it.

    The car has no rust.
    No accidents.
    Only scratches and scrapes and small dents.
    I personally do not like the brown color of the re-done seats/interior but thats the last item after painting it all shiny 904.

    Car runs strong but hesitates on idle.


    To be done:

    Engine computer test.
    Compression test.
    Upper and lower engine wire harnesses.
    New injectors
    All engine gaskets sets to be replaced.
    All engine breather hoses on top of the manifold.
    Examination under the valve covers.
    All fluids and hoses to be replaced asap.
    All rubber intake hoses and filters.
    New oil pan and lower and upper gasket, oil level sender, strain.
    New 500E headlights
    New taillights.
    New side blinkers.
    Power steering hoses.
    New SLS tank.
    New Water tank
    New radiator.
    New thermostat
    All new bushings in front and rear
    Engine and tranny mounts of course.
    New front and rear OE shocks, boots, supports and buffer stops.
    New gasket set for cylinder heads and valve covers
    Etc, etc.....

    If anyone has access and time I would like the Datacard for this VIN if possible.

    Thank you,
    Eno

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    Re: OWNER-Eno (1992 500E-Midnight Blue/Blue)

    Awesome color.


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    Re: OWNER-Eno (1992 500E-Midnight Blue/Blue)

    Datacard attached from EPC and DataMB website (http://www.datamb.com/vin/P50vwD9AxpA4nWYZm). Odd that both show model designation as "C280" which is clearly an EPC error.

    Very happy to hear you plan to restore this car as it's not only a rare color, and rare color interior, it has some rare options too. Trip computer? Wow!

    The one item I'd warn about on your repair list is the fuel injectors. If they are not faulty, leave them alone - run a bottle of Red Line SI-1 through the engine after the other work is complete. So-called "rebuilt" injectors are just cleaned as there is nothing rebuildable about them. Brand new injectors would be acceptable but most likely the car doesn't need them. If you haven't seen it, read this thread where an engine may have been destroyed by a "cleaned" injector:
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    OWNER-Eno (1992 500E-Midnight Blue/Blue)

    Thank you for your time and advise Dave.
    I would like to purchase the injectors as new OE of course as everything else.
    Also I would like to professionally empty and clean the fuel tank and replace any filters or rubber parts inside it.
    Endless maintenance on this vehicle.



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    Re: OWNER-Eno (1992 500E-Midnight Blue/Blue)

    eno - Congrats on your second 500E! Looks like a nice car. My other w124 has a dark blue leather interior & I really like it - maybe more than the black interiors.

    Sounds like you have lots of work planned - keep us posted on progress!

    Do you DIY the work yourself?
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    OWNER - Eno

    Thanx a lot, yes a lot of work ahead.
    I wish the seats were not re-done...
    I repair and change small things myself. I don't have the place and tools here in Qatar anyways.
    It's my third W124
    I still own back home 1995 W124 250D sportline type and another '92 500E Nautical Blue.

    Thank you.

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    Re: OWNER-Eno (1992 500E-Midnight Blue/Blue)

    Nice. Looking forward to hearing about your progress.


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    Re: OWNER-Eno (1992 500E-Midnight Blue/Blue)

    Thnx. But I am worried what to do with the cracked, chipped interior wood console interior pieces.
    Does Madera company in the US repair at this shape?
    Or maybe I should buy used/new panels?


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    Re: OWNER-Eno (1992 500E-Midnight Blue/Blue)

    Madera should be able to repair the wood unless it's severely damaged. At least some of the wood panels are NLA, and if you get replacement (new) pieces the color and grain won't match the others.


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    Re: OWNER-Eno (1992 500E-Midnight Blue/Blue)

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    Re: OWNER-Eno (1992 500E-Midnight Blue/Blue)

    Quote Originally Posted by gsxr View Post
    Madera should be able to repair the wood unless it's severely damaged. At least some of the wood panels are NLA, and if you get replacement (new) pieces the color and grain won't match the others.

    Thanks Dave,

    Is there a website? So I can send them photos of the both center and rear consoles which in my opionin are not reparable.



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    Re: OWNER-Eno (1992 500E-Midnight Blue/Blue)

    Quote Originally Posted by Eno View Post
    Is there a website?
    http://www.maderaconcepts.com/


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    Re: OWNER-Eno (1992 500E-Midnight Blue/Blue)

    I am cleaning in the trunk and came across these CD changer wiring and this amp I guess it is?
    I removed this CD changer bracket.
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    Re: OWNER-Eno (1992 500E-Midnight Blue/Blue)

    I am changing a few parts on this Midnight blue '92 500E and when the mechanics removed the valve covers it looked pretty good and clean inside I think.
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    Also when they removed the engine oil pan to change the screen, level sender unit gasket and the oil pan, it looked pretty clean also I guess.
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    To change with MB OEM parts:

    - valve covers gasket sets
    - intake manifold rubber pieces (8)
    - injectors seals (8)
    - intake manifold left and right gaskets
    - small gasket for air flow sensor
    - water pump
    - new thermostat
    - all four radiator and engine cooling system hoses
    - new radiator
    - new coolant reservoir tank and overflow hose
    - new SLS tank and oil
    - new short PS hose behind the Vickers PS pump
    - new belt
    - oil pressure sensor
    - oil level sensor
    - new upper wiring harness
    - new lower wiring harness
    - new spark plugs, insulators, caps and rotors (awating for spark plug wire complete set only)
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    One injector did not pass the pressure/leak test so I will order 1 piece asap tomorrow or have my dad mail me a couple of spare injectors I have in my garage back home in Tirana, Albania for my other '92 500E spare parts.

    These are the below old caps and rotors:
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    Last but not least, I would like your guy's opinion of you have time:
    The last intake manifold bolt near the SLS reservoir broke inside the cylinder block!!!

    1. Is it easy to remove?
    2. Is there any harm to mount intake manifold with silicon and to let it be as is, with one bolt broken inside? (Without installing that one bolt)

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    Thank you in advance.

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    Re: OWNER-Eno (1992 500E-Midnight Blue/Blue)

    Eno, you definitely want to try and remove the broken bolt. If you drill out the center, you should be able to use a broken bolt removal tool to unscrew it. I'd also keep it soaked in Kroil or equivalent pentrant as long as possible before removal, in case the threads are seized. Worst case it could be drilled out completely and then use a Time-Sert or Heli-coil as a repair.

    Jono or Klink may have additional input... I've never dealt with a broken intake bolt in an M119 head.


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    Re: OWNER-Eno (1992 500E-Midnight Blue/Blue)

    Not the most fun.. but it can be removed. Some ppl use a welder and a nut and weld it on. That way the heat of the operation breaks it loose.

    What ever you do- give it some serious thought first. It depends on your resources. Shoot me a note if you need suggestions...

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    Re: OWNER-Eno (1992 500E-Midnight Blue/Blue)

    Soak it and then use a removal tool on it. There are reverse drill bits that should allow you to drill into the center of it.

    I faced a sort-of similar issue about 6 years ago when I redid the top end of my M117 (560SEC). Torqued down a head bolt too much and stripped the threads right out of the head (luckily a timing chain slot bolt, not a main head bolt).

    See here as to what I did -- posts 45, 48 and 49. I had to Heli-Coil it and it was fine. Hopefully you can get it out without having to drill it out and damage the threads, which would require Heli-Coil/TimeSerting it.

    Another issue I had is here, with an M104 engine block drain bolt that I DID have to drill out of the block. I was seriously at my wit's end with this one and almost had to call a mechanic/shop-owner friend to come help me..... again was able to get it with time/perseverance and backing off and being patient.

    Here's the carnage from having to surgically extract that drain plug from the engine block. It took me about 12 hours to do this. New one next to the old one...

    That is the best thing you can do -- take a breather/night off and tackle it next day with a fresh perspective. Luckily there are a number of tools available to help you. I think you should be able to get this one....

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    Re: OWNER-Eno (1992 500E-Midnight Blue/Blue)

    Thank you for your input guys.
    The mechanic mentioned smth about heating it first but then I didnt like when he said 'It's ok, no worries, we'll use sealant/silicone'

    But I insisted the bolt must come out.

    I would suggest anyone doing this intake manifold removal to order all top bolts, I didn't but will check tomorow at the official MB dealer if they have them in stock cause I can't wait 2-3 weeks.
    Thanks a lot you guys.
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    Re: OWNER-Eno (1992 500E-Midnight Blue/Blue)

    Brake fluid changed with Deerfield Precision stainless braided brake hoses.
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    I agree on definitely removing the broken bolt. If they are hesitant to remove it you should find some to do it. I suggest finding a good A&P. Air drill and there is a bit of technique in trying to get it centered... and then pulling the hole if you miss.

    Idiot proof method would be use your new intake gasket as a template and trim- use 2 or 3 good bolts and drill up where the broken one is- put a drill bushing in it. Bolt it down. Use a small drill bushing like #40 or 1/8. Then go up in size slowly. Mask so chips don't go in holes and passages. Vacuum or blow the chips off. Get it close and no helicoil will be needed if 70-80 % of the threads remained.

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    OWNER-Eno (1992 500E-Midnight Blue/Blue)

    Hi Michael,
    Thank you.
    Yes, I took to the best machine shop in Doha where they deal with engine blocks and cylinders for big and small engines.

    First three times they tried by welding another 17 bolt into the broken bolt and working it slowly and patiently but 3 times the welding broke off.
    They said the threads inside were damaged next to the water outlet of the cylinder head. He could feel it when turning it slowly back and forth.

    And than they drilled out the old bolt and the threads were damaged. They expanded the hole.

    They added a new thread insert which they also made at the shop and became a 8mm size again.
    They told me not to worry because it is as strong as the originial.
    They were actually joking with me because I am a bit meticulous and didn't sleep well that night because of this bolt. They said 'we deal with so many larger and serious metal issues here'


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    OWNER-Eno (1992 500E-Midnight Blue/Blue)

    As the old water pump came out, I noticed a different part number than the new one.
    The old pump was working fine, just changing it since I am changing many other parts.
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    Also the insulators were probably original.
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    New rotors but different part numbers and design.
    I was told it is fine, one was old stock. And new number I guess.
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    Other parts to be replaced.
    I forgot to order the plastic grommet that both wiring harnesses pass through in the firewall.
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    The old upper wiring harness was replaced in 2000.
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    The oil cooler connections are not leaking so I am not touching them at this time.
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    Re: OWNER-Eno (1992 500E-Midnight Blue/Blue)

    Good you've gotten beyond that problem and are moving forward. Thanks for all the part no,s!

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    Re: OWNER-Eno (1992 500E-Midnight Blue/Blue)

    That is an amazing collection of parts. Your dealer must love you!

    BTW, the two rotors are different mfr's... one (old stock) is Bosch, the other is Doduco. Should not be a problem to mix types.

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    OWNER-Eno (1992 500E-Midnight Blue/Blue)

    Thanks Dave,
    Actually I had some new spare parts from my other Nautical Blue '92 also used on this one.
    I will use this midnight blue '92 500E as a daily driver in the heat of Doha so I do not want any issues while driving to work or be late for duty.
    Anyways, the lower wiring harness was repaired and this car requires lots of love with passion of course.
    I wanted to concetrate first on the electrical system and cooling system of the engine so it runs healthy as per specs.

    Later I will tackle the tranny service, all fuel related items in the undercarriage, LCA's, tie rods, drag link, rear, etc.
    Step at a time, every few months service this heavy beauty.


    Thanx for the reassurance on the two rotors, I was worried that MB gave me a wrong part but they checked and it was ok, no problem they said.


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    Re: OWNER-Eno (1992 500E-Midnight Blue/Blue)

    Please post more pics of the interior)

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    Re: OWNER-Eno (1992 500E-Midnight Blue/Blue)

    good luck on great restoration! love the color

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    Re: OWNER-Eno (1992 500E-Midnight Blue/Blue)

    Quote Originally Posted by Eno View Post
    As the old water pump came out, I noticed a different part number than the new one.
    The old pump was working fine, just changing it since I am changing many other parts.

    heythere
    the waterpump partsnumber you got there..is the NEW parts number...and if i notice correctly..it also says 80 in the end of the partsnumber..which means remanufactured part..if i remember correctly.

    anyways..you have the correct waterpump


    also veeery nice seeing that you are doing maintenance on your car.lovely
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    Re: OWNER-Eno (1992 500E-Midnight Blue/Blue)

    Ah ok, thanx guys.
    So, the 'old' water pump can be repaired with a kit?
    Actually the 'old' water pump
    was working fine.
    Is there a 'HOW TO' on the water pump repair kit?


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    yes you can get..or at least you could get it before..a gasket kit..and the impeller..but i see no bearing kit ..

    so i dont know much more than that.These parts numbers are all based on my car..and yours is a 1992 aswell..so..but there is some "as of ../up to engine codes.

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    I am about to place the intake manifold back and was thinking if and what kind/type of sealant if any is used on the intake manifold gaskets?
    Also on the water pump gasket is the same ?


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    Re: OWNER-Eno (1992 500E-Midnight Blue/Blue)

    Similar styling on my wife's A207
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    Looks tasteful and well executed. Nice!

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    Transmission oil as per WIS:
    A 000 989 92 03

    Spec 236.6

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    I'll do the wood for you if you oike
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    Thank you Christian for the offer.
    That's the only thing that is 'bothering' me for this car, the wooden pieces because the heat as you can see has cracked the most wood pieces.

    Even MB in Doha is not sure which piece to order even if I wanted to.

    An friend of mine in Berlin who is a member of the W124 Club of Berlin suggested to me that there is someone in Thailand which repair these wood panels, and Madera in the U.S as suggested by forum members.

    Let me finish the important repairs/maintenance of the tranny, steering system, LCA's, tie rods, tires, etc and then I will contact you with clear pictures and the actual wood pieces of my Midnight Blue here in Doha and lets see how much will cost.
    If you are in Germany I can bring the wood pieces myself since it's cheaper for me to fly there then to mail them.
    I will take care of the wooden pieces and the paint last.
    Thank you for the offer and the suggsetion.

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    Some more parts to replace.
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    Re: OWNER-Eno (1992 500E-Midnight Blue/Blue)

    FYI on the washer tank... the bottom protrusion is shaped differently than the original, and it won't seat all the way down. Someone came up with a creative way to modify the bracket, there should be a forum thread with more info...


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    Yes Dave thanx, I have read that before in the forum where it was heated a bit to fit properly.
    It got dark soon so I just removed the old washer tank only today.
    When I removed those small hoses connected to the heater antifreeze came out.
    The original t-stat from '91 seems ok but a new one has been ordered.


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    Eno,

    In your pic of the cracked wood on the center council. Is the fine powder in the corners sand?

    Just Curious, must be tough on a dark colored car with high heat and lots of desert around.
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    Yes, it is dirt/sand.
    I have in plan to deep clean the interior after some other repairs.
    The heat has cooked/cracked and lifted the wood pieces on some areas.


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    It should look great after you get it back in shape. It is a great color.

    Lots of sand around you but on the positive side there should be NO RUST out in the desert.

    Someone could dig dig your car up in a thousand years and it would still be all together.

    lol
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    thnx, it's getting there slowly but surely. All new OE parts.
    I will update the new parts list when I have time.
    Absolutely no rust on the car, I have checked it well as much as I can.


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    I went to Japan to pick up my two E60 AMG swaybars for both of my 500E's.
    Also I picked up E60 AMG Toyoshima springs specs from DasAutoGanz.
    I will install them when I repair the suspension areas after a couple of months maybe.

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    Also I purchased a pair of original 500E front shock absorbers for this Midnight Blue 500E.
    I plan to leave the original springs, original shocks, just the E60 AMG front sway bar modification.
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    Also FYI the battery tray is NLA.
    I purchased the last one, although I repainted mine already here in Doha for this 500E.
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    Also I purchased in Japan a used battery cover as mine from this 500E was broken when I purchased the car as it was not 'treated' with love and passion.
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    I replaced the rubber seal of air filter intake which was petrified.
    I cut my hands removing it.
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    Also the small battery cable.
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    I changed the LH control unit with a spare I had home from a 1992 500E and replaced the fuel relay in the rear passenger seat.


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    But, I am kind of sad and feel like giving up because after I started the car it smelled like oil smoke.
    First I thought maybe the new valve cover bolt were not tight enough and I thought that maybe the mechanic did not tighten the covers well and oil was leaking into the exhaust manifolds,
    BUT when I saw white smoke coming out of the exhaust pipe it was a sad moment.

    Looks like valve lifters, head gasket maybe.
    I am new to these engines but also from the sound it looks like the lifters?
    Maybe the pistons need new rings also?
    The car is strong but white smoke comes out the exhaust.

    I feel like giving up but I have so many new parts NOT yet installed on this car.

    So far from the top of my head without looking at the receipts of parts I have replaced the following all new OE MB parts.

    - upper wiring harness
    - lower wiring harness
    - water pump
    - all four hoses
    - coolant tank plus accessories
    - radiator
    -upper and lower fan shrouds
    - intake manifold gasket set
    - intake manifol plastic seals where the injectors fit in.
    - sparg plug wire set NGK
    - spark plugs
    - valve covers kit
    - oil pan and gasket
    - oil pressure sensor
    - Oil level sensor
    - screen and rubber in the bottom of the oil pump
    - battery
    - oil and filter of power steering
    - coolant with distilled water
    - rotors, insulators, caps,
    - air intake sensor behind the headlight
    - belt
    - spark plug wires/distributors covers at home not yet placed
    - all fuses changed to new OE of course
    - all fuel related items underneath the car new at home not replaced yet
    - all new steering front and rear suspension parts at home not installed yet
    - negative cable not installed yet
    - SLS tank plus oil not installed yet
    - new engine oil dipstick
    - short hose behind the PS pump
    - all hoses in PS pump not replaced yet
    - new washers on all the above items installed
    - new firewall clamp at home not installed yet
    - new vaccum tank not installet yet
    - new coolant overflow tank not installed yet
    - fender plastic covers underneath the wheel wells not installed yet
    - new engine cover not installed yet at home
    - new cover for the fuel pumps not installed yet
    - new thermostat
    - new oil pan, gasket, and filter for the tranny
    - new exhaust system rubbers, bolts and nuts not installed yet
    - all rubber tubes/pipes on top of the manifold
    - new plastic wire cable guide not installed yet
    - new plastic pieces that go around the distributors where the covers sit on
    - new intake manifold rubber seals that connect top and bottom part
    - 3 new temp sensors
    - new washer tank and accessories, pumps, etc not installed yet
    - some small plastic/rubber parts in the gear shifting mechanism
    - many rear suspension items not installed yet
    - fuel tank parts, filter, rubbers, accessories etc not installed yet
    - engine mounts not installed yet
    - tranny mount not installed yet
    - new hood insulation not installed yet
    - new rubber engine bay seals and rubbers not installed yet
    - Mobil1 0W-40 (maybe this was a mistake) it should be thicker in this heat
    - new Deerfield steel brake hoses not installed yet

    And so many new parts that I do not remember which I have at home.
    This is with looking at the list at all.

    I am in too deep to let go now I guess.

    Last time I saw it running there was no smoke from the exhaust tail pipe.
    Otherwise I would have waited longer and replaced the valve lifters, guides piston rings, whatever, I would have rebuild the engine from the start.

    If the engine will be opened might as well do everything so I don't have to worry for another 10 years maybe.




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    Videos of the engine running and white smoke.

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    Is it possible that the oil separator got twisted or broken on the passenger side install? IIRC I may have seen it here on the board where this happened.
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    Also is that smoke coming from the exhaust manifolds in back of engine? Did the half moons of the valve cover seal twist on install?
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    I personally took a look at the back of the valve covers after the mechanic placed the new gaskets and I remember that I saw clearly the half moons and I even ran my hand to feel them and they were straight/even or looked properly intstalled.


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    Eno,

    Everybody has thier own idea on oil but why so thin? 0-40 is awfully thin on start-up. Especially in high temp weather.

    My car has always had 20-50 here in SoCal. I use no oil in 5K to 6K miles. I did try Mobil 1 15-50 once but my car didn't like it and I thought it used some. After switching to Royal Purple 20-50 20K miles back no more problems. I have 142K miles on my car now.

    Unless you are racing what benifit from thin oil?
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    I agree with Terry. In general, the M119 is better suited to something like a 10W-40 (what I use in my cars) or even 20W-50 in hot climates. This may or may not have anything to do with the new issue you have with smoking though.


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    I agree with you guys, my mistake about the thin oil.
    I didn't find what I was looking for and optted for the 0W-40 Mobil1 at the time.
    I will changed it immediately to 20W-50 fully synthetic.

    Thank you,
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    Re: OWNER - Eno

    Eno, sorry to hear you are having troubles with your car, would make sense to have that fixed before fitting all of those nice OEM parts. I hope it would be a relatively easy fix. I used to use 10w40 in my 500E however that was in the UK where the climate is different. My E55 AMG W210 [admin note: with M113 engine] uses 5W40 fully synthetic and seems to be fine for Dubai heat.

    I am in Doha often on business and it would be great to meet you and see your cars. PM me with your number and we can stay in touch.

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    I almost gave up on the car to sell it, but I will be patient and make a complete overhaul on the engine and transmission with OEM parts of course.
    I have so much plans and new parts for this car to give up now I guess.

    My dad is suggesting I sell the car as it is because I have to ship it in a container back home and plus I have to pay customs approx. 2300 USD.

    The car has no transmission leak or differential leak.
    Also maybe that's why the oil pressure is a bit low in my opinion (between 1 and 2) on idle.
    All oils are in the trunk of the car in boxes.

    But unfortunately the labor charges here in Doha are ridiculously and unbelievably expensive!
    I wanted to enjoy the car here where I live and work but not possible.

    So now I am planning to ship this 1992 500E Midnight Blue back home to Tirana, Albania in the next months maybe in Sep.
    I will install the rest of the OEM parts back home after the following to be done:
    - engine rebuild probably at the official MB dealer Auto Star in Tirana, Albania as I can trust them using all specific torques.
    - full transmission overhaul in another tranny specialist which has 25 years experience and worked in Europe previously.
    - headliner and other interior parts to be done (I am thinking stitching upholstery for the dash maybe)
    - new E500 OE headlights to be purchased.
    - face lift the car with a new hood and trunk as I already have both new OE spares in Albania.
    - and finally paint the car full 904 code at one of the best body paint shops in Albania where cars come in from Germany and Italy to be fixed/painted and go back to EU.
    - new door seals and sunroof seal to be purchased
    - already have all new seals for the hood
    - i need to order the trunk rubber seal whee the trunk seats.
    - in about a year I have a feeling the car will come out nice.




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    Already preparing for a complete engine overhaul.
    I hope there is no other surprises.
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    Can I use the same oil pan gasket when I rebuild the engine since I only drove the car 50 km?
    Or might as well place all the kit?
    I still have to order the chain rail guides, I think there are a total of 8 or 9 pieces.
    And some other engine block plugs I think they are called.
    I will also order crankshaft and piston rods,
    might as well do everything so the matching numbers engine is healthy and I will maintain it properly the way it is supposed to.
    Of course new valve lifters.
    Do I need a new chain also?
    New plastic oil separator.
    Also there is a small part with grooves to be ordered in front of the crankshaft I forgot the name what's it called.

    Also the front and rear engine seal was good and not leaking from what I observed on the previous works a few months ago.


    New OE facelift hood/bonnet.
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    New OE trunk/lid.
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    Eno,

    If your going to rebuild the engine. I would for sure install new crankshaft seals as well as all seals on the engine.
    The car has 178K km/100K+ miles on it and is 25 years old. Why invest all that time & $$$ and leave any old cooked seals? Or for that matter any old rubber hoses? Change them all it's cheap insurance.
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    Thank you Terry,
    Actually I don't know exactly what is needed in total parts.

    I will read the How-To on the engine rebuild.
    So the kits I have does not include these seals?

    Oh, for sure I change them all, I don't want to miss nothing.


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