Yes, the problem with the last bolt of the back bracket is that you can get it in place with your fingers, but there is not enough room to turn it and hold it in place to get it started.

Trying to install the back bracket and the CC servo in a OM603 is similarly a problem.


This might aid in replacing OM603 GPs with the intake manifold in place, but a deep 12mm socket with a couple of 1/4" wobble extensions and some tape usually works for me.

fmiser via Mercedes <mailto:mercedes@okiebenz.com>
February 9, 2018 at 1:42 AM
Curley wrote:

http://tite-reach.com

Ahh! A "horizontal" extension!

I like it.  I have something I can put on my tool wish list. :)

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Curley McLain via Mercedes <mailto:mercedes@okiebenz.com>
February 8, 2018 at 10:32 PM
I just found this ratchet extension. You turn one end with your rachet, and the other end turns your socket. In the case of the 3/8 drive version, the socket is 10" away from your ratchet. Fot the IP back bracket bolts on most OM engines, or for the CC servo on the OM60x engines, the 1/4" tite Reach should work pretty well.

See
http://tite-reach.com

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