My mechanic is concerned my 1995 320e mercedes wagon may not pass smog.... what should be my concerns?
I was having major wiring issues with my
1995 320e mercedes wagon and replaced
the wireharness, air Intake sensor, mass
airflow sensor, spark plugs, spark plug
wires, coils, oil change, air filter, oil filter,
fuel pump, fuel filter, battery, fuel pump
relay... I have a small hole in my exhaust
pipe.... other than that what should I
prepare myself for incase it doesn't pass
smog. My catalytic converter should be
fine.... anything I should be prepared for.
Sounds like you have it covered. I'd check the EGR valve to make sure the vacuum line is in good shape. My Dodge barely failed a roadside check of the 2500 RPM NOX because the 23 year old micro vacuum line to my EGR rotted. You can also check the general efficiency of the cat with an infrared thermometer. Lot of info on the web on how. Good luck.
Thank you so much. I forgot about the egr valve. I will let you know how it goes.
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