Perform Ignition System Checks in Your Mercedes

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The ignition system of Mercedes is a complex circuit that contains different components. It transfers an extreme high voltage to the spark plug. Even though it is taken as a maintenance free system, still it necessitates certain aftercare in order to remain in pristine order. A good ignition system gives better performance. As far as the ignition system is in peerless condition, you can enjoy a trouble-free ride. On the contrary, a poor ignition system can affect the combustion process of Mercedes. So, you need to check the ignition system of your Mercedes from time to time in order to prevent costly breakdowns down the road.

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PERFORM IGNITION SYSTEM CHECKS IN YOUR MERCEDES

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The ignition system ignites the fuel mixture in the combustion chamber at the correct time to ensure efficient combustion.

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One of the common reasons for your Mercedes not starting can be an issue in the ignition system.

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Always inspect the ignition system as it guards against a frequent cause of the breakdown.

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You can check the following important parts of your Mercedes engine to keep a healthy ignition system.

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Ignition failure can occur if your spark plugs are corroded, dirty or are not spaced properly. Spark plugs

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You can start with a spark test to check the overall function of the ignition system.

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If you do not get a spark at the wire, then check the coil and ignition system of a Mercedes.

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If the spark plug wire between the coil and distributor goes bad, then it will cause complete ignition failure. Spark plug wires

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Test your spark plug wires is to put a digital ohm meter on them and check the resistance .

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Check that the low tension connections are tight and free from corrosion and there are no cracks.

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Check the cap and the rotor as they wear out more frequently and then inspect the distributor itself. distributor

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You can test the distributor with the help of an ohm meter.

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Note the condition on the pickup coil inside the distributor by using the service information for your Mercedes.

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To check the coil, connect it to the spark plug tester and then check for spark by cranking the motor. coil

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In the case, if you find there is the spark at the coil, then the coil is not the issue.

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You can also test the coil with a voltmeter and the reading should be within 0.5 volts of battery voltage.

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