Hmm..perhaps it's so easy that it's a part that doesn't belong to the car at all. There were a few parts that were in an unmarked plastic bag. I could locate all of them from around the pedals though.
Guess it's supposed to be fitted like this - anyway...now it is. Found a similar one in the other end of the steering axle too compare with
Thank you. I'm not sure if there is any fuel coming that way. But I'll bet it is....after 30 years...why should it not?Stefan Elshout schreef: ↑12 jun 2019, 21:41It's no pressure at all. If the diaphragm from the accumulator is broken it will return the fuel back into the fuel tank instead of on the street. If there is any fuel coming out of that hose it means that the accumulator is broken (which they all will sooner or later)
Thank you for your advise. At this time - my first priority to make it start at all.Maarten-Jan schreef: ↑13 jun 2019, 08:56You can check it... when the car has to build up fuel pressure during start, it will start after some time. If the car starts immediately the fuel pressure has been retained and the accumulator works. Via Ebay.de you can buy these accumulators. Prices differ a lot... a standard Mercedes accumulator will also fit!