I have not had any work done by this person but I did visit his shop.
It is a small garage in south Philadelphia. I believe he works alone.
He may be retired by now.
Nazzens MB 215 551 2222
Another one is German Auto Specialists ( they do Porsche, MB, Audi
etc...) I discussed my tensioner problem with them to get more views.
610 279 8500 They may be more expensive but appear well informed.
On the subject of the tensioner, I may have solved the problem in my
shop ( my own maintenance). All pulleys must be checked with a dial
indicator for trueness and in my view should not be more than .1mm out
of round. (1/10 mm) . Alternator shaft and pulley, water pump with
pulley, a/c pulley and power steering shaft and pulley. To do this
you need a good dial indicator with a range of .2 mm. Starrett makes
one. If the shop does not have one they can not identify the problem.
On 16 Nov 2006 16:49:27 -0800, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Hey there -
The mechanic that I use and have used for about ten years is George Law
and Son in Wayne Pennsylvania. He is a mercedes specialist, and has
worked on a variety of older diesels including the one that he owns and
drives. He has done great work on my father's 1991 SDL, which has 178K
miles on an unrebuilt engine. I can reccomend him.
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