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1994 MBZ S420 timing marks cam and crankshaft

1994 MBZ S420 timing marks on cam and crankshaft

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SOURCE: Hi: I have a 1994 S420. The engine light is on

go to any of the auto parts stores that advertise free check engine . make sure to get a print out or right down all the possible problems and the possible trouble shooting
go to a half price book store and find a repair manuel or buy a new one if your going to fix it your self.

Posted on Jul 26, 2010

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