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Throttle Valve 7.03703.38.0/39.0 - Difference: Vacuum Connection

Is the only difference between the throttle valves 7.03703.38.0 and 7.03703.39.0 in the vacuum connection? Many providers only have throttle valves with vacuum connection in their product range. Motorservice also sells throttle valves without vacuum...

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Motorservice launches exhaust gas temperature sensors

MS Motorservice International GmbH has expanded its product range in the sensor field. The spare parts specialist now offers aftermarket exhaust gas temperature sensors in high quality. The 30 new articles cover around 1,400 vehicle types.

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Mercedes-Benz W211 variable intake manifold - Fracture on cam control mechanism

Lack of power, the malfunction indicator lamp lights up, are the flaps also not working?  The cause is not the intake manifold, but rather the cam control mechanism could be broke. You can read about how this happens here.

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Oil loss caused by ...

Is the car losing oil? There are many reasons for oil loss: incorrectly used sealant, foreign bodies between the sealing areas, leaking radial oil seals, sealing area faults, faulty vacuum pumps or excessively high oil pressure. Find out what to do h...

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Mounting of shaft protection sleeves

Are there notches, grooves and other wear marks on the crankshaft? How can shaft sliding surfaces be repaired? Find out how to mount shaft protection sleeves safely here.

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New Press Centre for journalists, editors and interested parties

MS Motorservice International GmbH has completely redesigned its press pages. The Press Centre now offers quick and easy access to information on the company and its products especially for journalists, editors and interested parties. The range on...

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Motorservice at the Automechanika 2018

Motorservice is presenting its new innovations at the Automechanika trade fair in Frankfurt am Main from 11 - 15 September in Hall 4.0, Stand C42.

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Oil consumption due to unfavourable turbocharger operating conditions

If a turbocharger is losing engine oil via the intake or exhaust gas port, this usually means the pressure equilibrium is impaired due to problems with the oil/gas return line. Find out how this can happen in our new article in Technipedia.

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The difference between swirl flaps and tumble flaps

Intake manifolds from Pierburg, as used in modern petrol and diesel vehicles, often have swirl flaps or tumble flaps in the inlet ports. What is the difference? You can find a detailed description here.

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World Cup prediction game: prizes worthy of champions up for grabs!

Who will win the World Cup? Who will be the top scorer? Answer these and other additional questions and predict the outcome of each individual World Cup game – fantastic prizes are up for grabs for the most successful entrants. Click here to go to...

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