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Factory emergency tool kit for the R170 Question

I have a 2001 SLK 320 and I am contantly amazed that "everything" the car came with originally is there. But in checking the litte wrap/roll up took kit by the spare tire there are some tools missing it seems.
Could someone provide me a list of the original tools that were in this kit? Also maybe a picture of what you kit has in it.
I want to replenish the missing tools so the kit has what the designers thought it should have.

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Here you go. If I remember correctly there should be a tow hook also

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Hmmmm................
Might be all there then. The little tool bag seemed to have more open slots then that. I didn't realize the screwdriver was a "2in1". I'll have to take a closer look. Your tool kit looks like it's still in it's factory sealed bag. But maybe someone who has the cloth bag like me could lay the tools out for me and take a picture? But your description is certainly good. I'll check it out when I get to the car.

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If you have the soft tool bag.MB used that on several different models in there line up so empty pockets are normal.

Here is the same toolkit for a W124 as you can see it got a spark plug socket and the handle for it.

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If you have the soft tool bag.MB used that on several different models in there line up so empty pockets are normal.

Here is the same toolkit for a W124 as you can see it got a spark plug socket and the handle for it.

Thank you Berliner Heckflosse for taking your time to post a picture. Apparently I have everything.
Here's a picture of my tool kit.

As usual, thank you for taking your time to post a picture. It's very much appreciated.

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If you look rearward in the toolkit storage slot on the left side trunk panel, you may fish out the first aid kit. Beneath the center trunk panel, you may find the inflatable spare tire, the electric inflator pump, a plastic bag for the dirty flat tire, and the car jack. Porsche also supplied plastic gloves for removing a dirty flat tire.

Behind and attached to the easy removal small right side trunk panel, that covers the vario roof hydraulic pump is the allen key for latching or unlatching the vario roof, and relieving pressure in the hydraulic pump.
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Hi 1=Decothom, Thank you for taking your time to supply this information. The amazing thing thing about this 18 year old car is all the original equipment and gear like the first aid kit are still in their factory locations. I found the big bag you mentioned to put in the "dirty" flat tire and I kind of guessed that was what that was for. But thanks to you, you confirmed that hunch that Mercedes put that in there for that purpose.
I had also studied the Vario top and the big allan key is indeed secured to that panel as advertised. In my introduction of myself to the forum I explained how I obtained this car and this was a daily driver for a 90 year old lady before she passed away. But she took such good care of this car and preserved it. Now it's passed on to me to do the same. With your help and others on this forum I am figuring out the intimate details of this car.

Again thank you for your time sir.

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Well if you've located the allen key Lisa, you will have certainly had a look at the hydraulic pump. Is the oil black? If so the hydraulics have never been overhauled and almost certainly need it after 18 years. Have a look at the TopHydraulics clips on YouTube. The job might seem daunting, but it's pretty straightforward if you take your time and follow the videos. Karl is also incredibly helpful and I guess he's not more than a few hours away from you.....
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Hi 1=Decothom, Thank you for taking your time to supply this information. The amazing thing thing about this 18 year old car is all the original equipment and gear like the first aid kit are still in their factory locations. I found the big bag you mentioned to put in the "dirty" flat tire and I kind of guessed that was what that was for. But thanks to you, you confirmed that hunch that Mercedes put that in there for that purpose.
I had also studied the Vario top and the big allan key is indeed secured to that panel as advertised. In my introduction of myself to the forum I explained how I obtained this car and this was a daily driver for a 90 year old lady before she passed away. But she took such good care of this car and preserved it. Now it's passed on to me to do the same. With your help and others on this forum I am figuring out the intimate details of this car.

Again thank you for your time sir.

Best regards,

Lisa
Hi Lisa,

It sounds like you made a great purchase. I thought my rough notes of service records might help you. See below:

87,350 miles August 2019 Replace front top cylinder o-ring. Note: right top cylinder already has upgraded rubber o-ring. Right front top latch post repair with vacuum tube
Detail paint with Mr. Fix ceramic quartz paint protectant, Meguiar’s Ultimate Polish applied with orbital buffer
Purchased Autel OBDII Diaglink MD802 $90 Amazon.com, which cleared SRS and MAF related codes
Oil and Filter Replacement 10012018 75,800 miles
Replace oil separator hose and attached vacuum tube
MAF cleanup, oil separator intake, ducts. Repair reseal intake oil separator hose, 2 bottles injector cleaner in tank. intake and combustion system upper Sea Foam treatment cleaning 08102018 74,000 Miles
Wheel Balance ~73,000 miles
Front Bumper Cover New Replacement 05022018 68057 miles
Oil and Filter Replacement 02172018 64,000 miles
Wheel Balance 02172018 64,000 miles
Right Front disc brake caliper used replacement 02172018 64,000 miles
Right Low Beam Replacement New 02052018
Turn Signal Stalk/Switch Replacement Used 10112017
Kumho Tires 4 New Walmart installed I registered w/Kumho 08222017 59353 Miles
Battery New 03282016 56,107 Miles
Wiper Blades 07152015
Oil change VALMAXL 10W40 Mustang? Walmart buy 05042015
53,360 miles 06282015 CPS (Crankshaft Position Sensor) $7.98 eBay (not necessary to solve my no start issue)
Spark Plugs Bosch Platinum 6724 $11.96 Autozone (plugs had tan and green deposits; could have caused my no start issue)
Cleaned MAF CRC MAF Sensor Cleaner $8.69 Autozone
Redline Fuel Injection Cleaner in tank

52,700 miles 50000 mile service, Done 04172015
Brake Pads Ceramic 4 wheel
Brake Fluid Change
Power Steering Fluid Change
Oil Change synthetic, filter, drain plug washer
Fuel Filter

Brake Fluid Change 03152011
Trunk Lift Shock Strut 03152011
Oil Change synthetic, filter 11042009 31,000 Miles
Brake Pads Front, Sensors 09142005 20,000 Miles
Lubricate Top, Trunk Hood Pivots
Steering Lock & Ignition Tumbler Replace New 07132012 42,100 Miles
Wiring Harness, O2&Temp sensors, Engine Control Module 06282012 42,000 Miles-Camshaft pad oil leak free service campaign
Low Beam Right 04242012 41,500 Miles
Air & CabinAir Filters 04162012 41,400 Miles
O2 Sensor 04162012 41,400 Miles
PSE Cleanup
Tires 4 New 02012008 28,429 Miles
Tail Lamps 2 Free Recall New 07022007 26,490 Miles
Thermo Tum spillproof mug new dealer $17.39 03302006
Battery 101702 21,915 Miles
A Flexible Service Dealer Scope B oil & filter 03302006 21,915 Miles
Car Purchase $28, 399 10212009 10,569 Miles


103.07100 Centric C-Tek front $22.50 brake pads 3guysautparts eBay
301.07790 Centric Premium rear $17.62 brake pads 3guysautparts eBay
ATE typ200 Supergold brake fluid, Autohausaz.com $14.91
power steering fluid Mercedes Q1460001 l 52,650 miles 1 Liter $14.74 eeuroparts.com eBay
oil Mobile 1 Fully Synthetic European 0w40 5 quarts $28.79 Walmart including tax
oil filter, o-ring, drain plug washer copper Purolator Classic L44757 does not include copper washer Advance Auto Parts $14
fuel filter PREMIUM GUARD PF5416 $17.01 primechoiceautoparts eBay

Note my service manual says to lubricate the throttle linkage now. The manual is outdated. The throttle now has electronic controls.

I have been gathering the following for replacement after the last listed items are received next week. I think I found the best possible prices for these items. For the ones on eBay and autohausaz.com… I paid no taxes or shipping either.

Lubricate Throttle Linkage WRONG in Service Booklet??? YES, WRONG, NOT APPLICABLE
How do I Remove Oil Filter without special tool??? I USED LARGE CHANNEL LOCKS

OEM Mann 104 180 01 09 /1041800109 partscontainer eBay$7.49 Looks 1.5” short, did not contain copper washer pictured. They sent wrong filter-HU718/5x, should be HU727/1x requested refund 04182015 04192015.
* PSF (Power Steering Fluid) change & 50,000 mile service items

Even though the service manual does not mention changing the PSF (Power Steering Fluid) at all I did it today at about 53,000 miles. The capacity is 1.1 quarts. I could only pump/suck out about 200ml/.21 quart. The fluid was really BLACK. Some black SLUDGE was sucked out of the bottom of the pump. I replaced the 200ml twice and drove around each time before removing old fluid. I then topped off with about 200ml. The 3rd fluid drain looked close to the new fluid.

My eBay search for SLK 230 PSF showed very limited options. I searched for Mercedes PSF, and found Q 1460001, or equivalent that contains spaces in the part number, not listed by vendors for the SLK 230. However, the service products manual calls for that spec.

* How do I Remove Oil Filter without special tool??? I USED LARGE CHANNEL LOCKS

You can see a bracket on my 2003 year model that could hold a similar linkage cable on the shock tower in my first picture. I think the cable went there on earlier models. The tube attached to that bracket is from the brake booster. So, I assume it is a vacuum tube.

I think there is an electronic accelerator sensor on my car that is wired to the intake.

Correction: part number is HU718/5x
Hi,

The HU718/5x Mann filter you sent and specified for my 2003 SLK 230 Mercedes is shorter than the Purolator L44757 from Advanec Auto Parts. Before I foul this filter with oil, are you certain you sent the right filter for my car???

See below notes:
HU718/5x Mann oil filter received no spec. at autohausaz or advance auto parts
727/1x Mann advance auto parts
L44757 Purolator advance auto parts
7271x Mann autohausaz


Best regards,
Thom

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The HU718/5x oil filter I received is not the filter in your picture. It includes 4 small rubber washers instead of the pictured copper washer. It is shorter. The Mann filter in your eBay add is HU727/1x. I received the wrong filter.

The filter I received is about 1.5” shorter than the one I pulled from my car. Therefore, it does not slide down over the oil inlet tube. I had to install a Purolator L44757 filter that fits properly.

Note: I asked if this would fit my 2003 slk 230. You said it would. Unfortunately, you sent the wrong filter.

Please Paypal me back a refund.


Best Regards,
Thom Ross [email protected]

I requested a refund 04182015 9:17 AM.

Dear partscontainer:

The HU718/5x oil filter I received is not the filter in your picture. It includes 4 small rubber washers instead of the pictured copper washer. It is shorter. The Mann filter in your eBay add is HU727/1x. I received the wrong filter.

Note: I asked if the HU718/5x would fit my 2003 slk 230. You said it would. Unfortunately, you sent the wrong filter.

Please Paypal me back a refund of $7.49.
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