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Says he has over 10 left but will only let me buy 3.. says it's only for customers who have bought less than 3 items from him over the past 10 days.. -.-

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Old 03-13-2013, 02:52 PM
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Says he has over 10 left but will only let me buy 3.. says it's only for customers who have bought less than 3 items from him over the past 10 days.. -.-
That seller is a moron then. Move on to the next seller at a buck more.

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Yeah must not wanna sell em too bad..

That one says the same thing..

I'm going to wait until tomorrow to order them when I'm in a better mood and not rushed to get to class.. ^.-
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82 Wiessach.
And you are going to buy CIS injectors?

Am having a glass of wine, but only one.... Guys, isn't the 82 an LJetronic car?

Can we revisit this before you plunk down the pecuniary?

I mean, I've got a set of LJet injectors from an 82 if you have to have replacements.

Am not yet convinced of that.


The richness situation is more likely due to needing a new oxygen sensor. When bad, the Ljet cars suck gas.

Have the engine grounds on the passenger cam cover been adjusted on this car?

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My '81 is L jet so I'd guess Chris is correct!
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Uh oh, camo! Are your injectors the same as I pictured or do they have an electrical connector on them?
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So, I got my injectors out and I've decided to just replace them with the Mercedes injectors. What kind exactly and where do I get them? Link please?
Also, I need the injector connectors and I cannot find them anywhere.. Any ideas?
Your Injectors are out. Please post a pic of one.
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I'm not home now, I didn't really look at the injectors, but I do know that there are electrical connectors the injectors came off of that need replaced on the car. If my math is correct, yes they do have electrical connections.
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I do believe it looked like this one, kind sir.

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Can't upload picture from phone right now.. Sorry
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Dude? When you said you we're going to replace them with MB's, then I assume you meant the CIS since there are no MB electronic injectors for our cars. Send your L-Jet injectors to Witchhunter. Good catch Landseer!
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Sorry MPDano, I didn't know what CIS and L-jet was until today.. -.- I was going by what my neighbor said.. Anyway, thanks Landseer, saved me a couple hundred bucks!
Thank you too MPDano!
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If they're the original injectors, they have 126,XXX miles on em. Should I just replace em? Or clean em? Nothing wrong with em as far as I know... Besides getting 10 mpg..
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For now just use them.
If clogged, the car will run lean.
In my experience, that means it will run hot, high on the gauge.


Needs a new oxygen sensor.

Probably needs to have injectors removed for a different reason: new fuel hoses and injector-to-manifold O-rings.

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Agreed, good catch Landseer. Would have made for a very difficult install with very little hope of success.
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And there's only 1 oxygen sensor per car right?
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Yes, I think the 82 uses a single wire sensor, bosch.
You can use newer ones with three wires, leaving the 2 heater wires disconnected I think.
Research Lambda sensors for more answers.
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I would actually just get the proper one since the connector will already be there. Pretty much plug n play. I got mine from 928 Intl.



Oxygen Sensor 80-82

Item Number : 911 606 123 00

Unit Price: $89.00

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Ok, thanks Landseer and MPDano.
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So... A Few of my injectors seem to have small cracks.. Is this serious? I guess I'll find out when I have em cleaned..



Might be hard to see, its at the Top in the brown.

Will that effect functionality?

On the bright side.. My room smells like fuel..
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This one might be a little easier to see..

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