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Why would the engine of a Mercedes 190 with a carburetor model Pierburg 2E-E jerk heavily for about 10 secondes at stop?


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2007-12-14 00:39:05
2007-12-14 00:39:05

Check for a correct carburettor dashpot setting. The dashpot is used to reduce engine speed to idle slowly to minimize hydrocarbon emmissions. If the dashpot is too slow then the idle will be high putting a load on the entire drivetrain.

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