Re: [MBZ] S600 wiring

2006-01-31 Thread James Zavesky
: Monday, January 30, 2006 12:55 PM Subject: Re: [MBZ] S600 wiring Yeah - that is the one that got my interest. It will be a few months at least before I decide what I will get- something like that or an SDL or just do a more through update on my SD. Mostly at this point I am into creature

Re: [MBZ] S600 wiring

2006-01-31 Thread James Zavesky
modifications from the guy on prodigy so the electric fans come on at 92 instead of 100. jim - Original Message - From: John M McIntosh [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Mercedes Discussion List [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, January 30, 2006 5:13 PM Subject: Re: [MBZ] S600 wiring Further

Re: [MBZ] S600 wiring

2006-01-30 Thread James Zavesky
the wiring degrades! Plan on replacing ALL the harness'. The ETA's harness is also know to degrade, fortunately my ETA's were fine. Replacing the evaporator and rear accumulators are the least of your worries. Are you watching the 1992 white one with the fogs in the bumper? That one has late

Re: [MBZ] S600 wiring

2006-01-30 Thread John Berryman
On Monday, January 30, 2006, at 09:49 AM, BillR wrote: For all those who offered help with the erratic blinker: It is still an occasional problem, but playing with it [flashers, blinkers, stalk] usually stops it. Never had the panel off where the flasher switch is located, and I don't

Re: [MBZ] S600 wiring

2006-01-30 Thread Marshall Booth
BillR wrote: Amazing car to drive. Love ours. Lots of power. Wiring sucks. James Zavesky James - I have been toying with the idea of getting an S600 - one on ebay now looks pretty good, but I am not ready to make the jump. What is the problem with the wiring? I thought pre '94's should be

Re: [MBZ] S600 wiring

2006-01-30 Thread BillR
Booth Sent: Monday, January 30, 2006 11:16 AM To: Mercedes Discussion List Subject: Re: [MBZ] S600 wiring BillR wrote: Amazing car to drive. Love ours. Lots of power. Wiring sucks. James Zavesky James - I have been toying with the idea of getting an S600 - one on ebay now looks pretty good

Re: [MBZ] S600 wiring

2006-01-30 Thread BillR
To: Mercedes Discussion List Subject: Re: [MBZ] S600 wiring the wiring degrades! Plan on replacing ALL the harness'. The ETA's harness is also know to degrade, fortunately my ETA's were fine. Replacing the evaporator and rear accumulators are the least of your worries. Are you watching the 1992

Re: [MBZ] S600 wiring

2006-01-30 Thread John M McIntosh
Further to this I'll note not only will you need to replace the engine wiring, it is also likely you'll replace the throttle actuators (two) which have prices as much as $3000+ each, depending of course who can acquire the parts for you. In reading on another list it has been notice that

Re: [MBZ] S600 wiring

2006-01-30 Thread Desert Rat
Speaking of evaporator failures, wonder if anyone knows when MB recognized the error of their ways and reinforced this weak link? Was it 96 or so? Which also leads to the thought that perhaps the early 92 and up replacements were not reinforced? Thanks On 1/30/06, John M McIntosh [EMAIL

Re: [MBZ] S600 wiring

2006-01-30 Thread John M McIntosh
My understanding was that it was never fixed. The alternate fix was to install an evap from a e-class and a baffle to fill in the gap because the e class evap isn't as wide. However the internet is full of stories about evaps being replaced 3 or 4 times in the 90s, so I'm not sure when the

Re: [MBZ] S600 wiring

2006-01-30 Thread BillR
, January 30, 2006 5:36 PM To: Mercedes Discussion List Subject: Re: [MBZ] S600 wiring My understanding was that it was never fixed. The alternate fix was to install an evap from a e-class and a baffle to fill in the gap because the e class evap isn't as wide. However the internet is full