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1991 Mercedes-Benz 300-Class Overview
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For 1991, the Mercedes-Benz 300-Class models bore a lot of resemblance to those of the previous year. The majority of the models came with a 3.0-liter, 6-cylinder, single-cam engine that generated 177 hp, while the 300CE coupe came with a 3.0-liter, 217-hp engine. The 300SL convertible stepped it up just a bit with a 3.0-liter, 6-cylinder, 228-hp engine.
A 4-speed automatic transmission was standard across all models, with the exception of the SL, which came with a 5-speed automatic overdrive. A sunroof was also standard equipment on all models (again with the exception of the SL). Other standard equipment included antilock brakes, power windows, power door locks, air conditioning, and airbags for the driver and passenger.
Leather seats were standard on the 300E, SE, SEL, and E 4MATIC sedans, on the SL convertible, and on the CE Coupe. They were available as an option on the other models.
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Mercedes-Benz 300-Class Questions
I have a 1991 300ce24 valve and when you start it ,it splutters and misses for a short time and will conk out sometimes but once it evens out it will run smooth all day long and takes the reves and pl...
Code 16 And 29
Hi, I had a check engine light with Code 16 and 29. It failed smog in CA. Can you help? Thanks!
I Have A 91 300te 4 Matic That After Sitting Any Period Of Time On A Slight...
I have a 300 TE 4matic that doesn't drive often and doesn't want to start after sitting any period of time.It is parked on a slight slope, turns over but doesn't fire. Please help?
What Size Belt Can I Use To Bypass The Smog Pump
I would like to bypass the smog pump and use a shorter serpentine belt