It has been suggested that a leaking fuel distributor on my 1990 300CE
is the probable cause of warm-starting problems. Indeed, when I removed
the air cleaner, depressed the flap and looked down with a flashlight, I
saw fuel at the bottom, indicating a leak. I think it should be dry down
there when the car is not running.
Can anyone tell me if this is correct, and perhaps how to accurately
determine if the fuel distributor is faulty?
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