The w115 had a tank hanging below the trunk, and have the fuel strainer hanging at the bottom (the same as the 911 (930) Porsche) The look and design of the filter is quite identical, where the only noticable difference between a gasoline fuel strainer from a w115 and the Porsche fuelstrainer was that the […]
Had some vibrations from the engine that planted itself in the chassi, and when you went over a bump you could feel the lump of metal moving around in the enginebay. Didnt feel to good. Swapped both sides and its what a noticable difference in height of the engine. will do the rear gearbox mount […]
Top right is ground Left bottom is W Right bottom is G The fuel level sensor didnt work, and jumped around the few times it gave a reading, dissembled the fuel level assembly by removing the bottom part the thing surrounding the fuel level “floater” came of. removed a bunch of dirt/fuel ressidue aswell as […]
generation 1 of w114 and w115 with ether/gas filled tempmeter ——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— generation 2 of w114 and w115 with electric tempmeter
When i searched the internet for instructions, i couldnt find any,so today i took some photos during my change, hopefully it will help some of you with your projects.
This is what the w115 looked like when it was just bought, converted from 230:4 gasoline to 240 diesel, mild rust, a sticker from Thailand on the window, Father and i spent a couple of weeks fixing the rust. and it looked almost like new.