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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
Car Won't Start
I have a 1991 Mercedes Benz 300 E 2.6 it is not starting at all. It cranks but will not start I have replaced just about everything under the sun on this car thinking that was the problem, 2 fuel p...
How To Replace Radiator On A 91 300e 2.6
I need to replace a radiator wityh sa cracked hose port
I Have A 91 Mercedes And No Idea What Is Going On Help!
I have a 91 Mercedes 300te 4matic. and has been running amazingly till recently and when it gets heated up the RPMs drop and wont go over about 5Miles I have no idea on what else to try I replaced th...
How To Replace A Fuel Relay & Wish One Of The Three Behind The Batery
High Idle @ 1500rpm When Car Warm/hot, Won't Kick Down Below 1000rpm Until ...
Been experiencing a high idle issue when my 91 300E is warm/hot. Revs up to 1500rpm and will rev down to 1000rpm when hit the gas pedal but will climb back right back up to 1500 and stay until put in ...