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replace a power steering pump - #C688 98-05
#C688 98-05 MERCEDES BENZ Power Steering Pump 0024668101 ML320 ML350 ML430 ML500 ML55 AMG 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05
#C688 98-05 MERCEDES BENZ Power Steering Pump 0024668101 ML320 ML350 ML430 ML500 ML55 AMG 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05
Reference Part Number # 0024668101 0024668201-88

002 466 81 01 002 466 82 01-88,
Factoyr List Price is $ 650.00.

Brand New OEM Quality Power Steering Pump Will Fit List The Vehicles Below :

2003 V6 3.2 FI N 112.942 Power Steering Pump
2002 V6 3.2 FI N 112.942 Power Steering Pump
2001 V6 3.2 FI N 112.942 Power Steering Pump
2000 V6 3.2 FI N 112.942 Power Steering Pump
1999 V6 3.2 FI N 112.942 Power Steering Pump
1998 V6 3.2 FI N Power Steering Pump

2005 V6 3.7 FI N Power Steering Pump
2004 V6 3.7 FI N Power Steering Pump
2003 V6 3.7 FI N Power Steering Pump

2001 V8 4.3 FI N 113.942 Power Steering Pump
2000 V8 4.3 FI N 113.942 Power Steering Pump
1999 V8 4.3 FI N 113.942 Power Steering Pump

2005 V8 5.0 FI N Power Steering Pump
2004 V8 5.0 FI N Power Steering Pump
2003 V8 5.0 FI N Power Steering Pump
2002 V8 5.0 FI N Power Steering Pump

2003 V8 5.5 FI N Power Steering Pump
2002 V8 5.5 FI N Power Steering Pump
2001 V8 5.5 FI N Power Steering Pump
2000 V8 5.5 FI N Power Steering Pump


Up to A429265, X778320 129mm diameter pulley; In order to prevent noise issues, we strongly recommend to change the power steering fluid reservoir when changing the power steering pump!

129mm diameter pulley; In order to prevent noise issues, we strongly recommend to change the power steering fluid reservoir when changing the power steering pump!

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BY JOHN B. BALL – ILLUSTRATED BRISTOL NEWS. THE NEW STYLED larger Mercedes 220 SE was first seen in this country at the 1959 Motor Show. It was, however, some time after this before we began to see this vehicle on the home market, and despite the fact that greater production has considerably cut down the waiting period, there is still a very great demand for this German de luxe car. The 220 SE is the only production car in the world which offers fuel injection. To the uninformed, this really means that the carburettors are completely replaced by a fuel pump which injects petrol into the combustion chamber. The main advantage of this, of course, is that the injection timing is always perfect, and varies in relation to the speed of the engine. This not only gives perfectly smooth running, but also increases the brake horsepower of the engine, and gives a better and more balanced fuel consumption. The exterior line of this Mercedes is dignified and elegant, and although it gives an impression of power and speed, could not under any circumstances be called ‘rakish’. It is six inches longer than its predecessor, and with an overall length of over 16 ft. must certainly be classed as a ‘big’ car. Upon entering the saloon, one must be impressed by the amount of passenger space available. In the front, two semi-bucket type seats give maximum comfort to the driver and passenger, whilst a broad armrest will fold away and with the insertion of a cushion, a third person can be taken as an occasional passenger. In the rear, three fully grown people could be accommodated in complete comfort without any crowding. The leather upholstered seats are firmly comfortable, and the standard of trim and saloon fittings is extremely high. At the front, however, I was not at all impressed by the dashboard and facia. Although at first glance it looked extremely attractive, having a padded leather head and foot, the centre itself is almost completely dominated by the heater and demister controls. The most important instruments are enclosed in what I consider to be a particularly cluttered cowl, which is seen through the steering wheel, but even this view is broken by the inner horn ring. This, I feel, is a particularly bad mistake, for in the normal driving position I found that I could not take a full reading of my instruments without close scrutiny, which, of course, must surely be a very bad point. The foot controls and hand-brake are nicely placed, as are the hand instruments and indicator controls. Mercedes have, in the past, no doubt due to their racing successes, been accredited with excellent performances, and in the acceleration field the 220 SE is no exception. I found it was possible to go from a standing start to 50 m.p.h. in as little as six seconds, and a standing start to 60 m.p.h. (using only three gears) in 10.2 seconds. Maximum speed, which on the test was 115 m.p.h., whilst a high speed run down the Ml showed an average of 104 m.p.h. all this from a mere 2.2 litre engine giving ~ fuel consumption of 22-26 miles per gallon. This Saloon interior just shows how much comfort and luxury can be found in this Mercedes. This Mercedes is at its happiest when cruising at fairly high speeds. The engine,I would say, was not exactly soundless, although the noise was not unpleasant, and certainly gave the driver a feeling that there was plenty of power under the bonnet. Having happily and easily obtained these higher speeds, I then began to wonder about the safety factor, and the stopping of this rather large and heavy vehicle. I found that the Ate type servo-assisted drum brakes were excellent and completely without fault, and it is interesting to note that the Germans, at least, are not convinced that disc brakes are the final answer. In this particular instance, I must completely agree with them. If the most noteworthy thing about the Mercedes is its acceleration, then the second most outstanding point is its road-holding and cornering ability. After getting used to this car I found that the car will almost corner as fast as one dare drive it into them! There is absolutely no tyre squeal whatsoever, and the suspension, which incidentally is rather softer than on the previous model, tends to cause the body to heel over slightly. This induces a certain amount of under-steer, which is a particularly pleasing feature when cornering fast, and after having done quite a bit of this type of motoring I then began to realise how this Mercedes won the Monte Carlo Rally in 1960. Luggage space in this German car takes on almost American proportions, for the huge boot is sufficient to take 5 or 6 passengers’ personal luggage, and still leave plenty of room to spare! To sum up, this fuel injection Mercedes is dignified, elegant, and has an extremely good performance. It is comfortable, is well finished, and will do most of the things that are ever likely to be asked of a car of this size—but then so it should, for it isn’t
First Volvo trolleybus arrives in Wellington, March 1981
First Volvo trolleybus arrives in Wellington, March 1981
Volvo 203 at the Wellington Railway Station interchange for the first time, March 30, 1981. Photo by Peter Rendall/scanned from Tramway Topics, April 1981. Peter Rendall reported at the time, the first of the 68 new Volvo trolleybuses for the Wellington fleet was towed into the city on Sunday, March 22nd, 1981. It had set out from Auckland early on the Saturday morning, stopping overnight at Foxton. Bus 203 was a most impressive sight and caused quite a stir when it appeared in the Kilbirnie Workshops. It made its first runs under the wires on Tuesday, March 24, and ran again on Wednesday and was then taken out of service for some minor adjustments to be made. From the 30th of March the bus was often seen on the streets as Inspectors, Drivers and shift personnel familiarize themselves with the first of the new machines to run in the city. A second bus, 208, arrived in the city on Friday, March 27th, and a third, 201, the lowest numbered of the Volvo fleet, at the beginning of May 1981. A week or so prior to 203's arrival, the city was enlivened by much public discussion regarding the price of the new vehicles, which has climbed from $127,000 each, when the tender was accepted, to over $171,000. From an operators' point of view the buses seem to have a number of good and bad features. Among the good points are good body riding character­istics, nice driving position, good all round vision, rapid acceleration, power steering and very positive braking, courtesy of the Telma retarder. Among the bad points are low bumpers... lower than most others in the fleet; retrievers which protrude beyond the line of the rear bumper; a very high level of internal noise, originating from the air compressor, which is belt driven from a motor which also drives the 24 volt generator. (A decision was later made however to replace the original two cylinder air pumps with a with a single cylinder mechanism, and the installation of a pressure cut off to make operation of the pump intermittant as a way of reducing the interior noise levels to a more acceptable point.) In 1997 203 was laid up at Kilbirnie and canabilised for spare parts for Volvo trolleybuses still in service and in November 2003 it was “rescued” by Wayne Little and towed to his property in Masterton for preservation. Preservation plans were short-lived however when it was repatriated back to Wellington in 2008 for components for one of the Designline tag axle trolleybuses. A sad end for the first Volvo trolleybus to operate on the Wellington system. Volvo trolleybuses ran for the last time in Wellington on November 16, 2009.

replace a power steering pump
replace a power steering pump
Fits 2001 to 2007 Chrysler Town & Country and Dodge Caravan minivans equipped with 3.3L or 3.8L gasoline engines. Repair that noisy power steering on your valuable minivan, the reservoir is equipped with a filter in the base, which can become contaminated not allowing enough fluid to pass thru causing an abnormal whine or growling. Easy to install, can be replace in a few minutes, once replaced with the engine running the steering should be cycle from end to end and then held at one end and engine turn off, allow to sit approximatelly 15 to 20 minutes with the cap off to allow trapped air to be purged.