A Mercedes 190e doesn't have a carburetor. They are fuel injected.
To replace the Throttle cable in a Mercedes 190e, you have to turn off the engine. By using a tool box open the location and remove it to replace it with a new one.
Open the bonnet, remove the scuttle cover, wiper motor, and finally blower motor.
Mercedes is a good company and the answer to you're queston is NO.
my 1993 190E 2.3 is doing the same thing. just replace the switches...they tend to not last
By using a tool box open the location and remove it to replace it with a new one
oil filter on a Mercedes 190E 1986 is in the back of engine
Disconnect the send and return lines from the heater core and use a hose coupling and hose clamps to connect these two lines together
No they will not.
A Mercedes-Benz 190e has a curb weight of approximately 3000 pounds. This varies by the year and configuration of the vehicle.