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How many miles on your W124?

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Diesel slow stoping of engine .. dieseling
Recently, when I turn off the ignition key, my car will keep running for about 5-15 seconds.
I know there's a vacuum line (brown line) from the firewall to a shut off valve on the engine.
I hooked up a mity-vac gauge to it, and when I turned off the key, the gauge would initially
read only 1/2 a PSI, but, then after a few seconds it would pop up to 5 or more PSI and shut
down the engine. I'm assuming there's a leak in the brown line, or could it be a leak in the
shutoff valve itself? I haven't pulled off the dashboard to take a look at the ignition key yet.
I did have it off recently to fix my cruise control. I could have pulled on the vacuum line then.
Would it be easy to see? Does the vacuum line plug directly into the ignition key module?
Any other diagnostic tips? I'm thinking of pulling off the dashboard and hooking a separate
vacuum line from the ignition key to the shut off valve.
Thanks, Richard
I replaced the Shut Off Valve (tricky to get at the 2nd 10mm bolt.. had to use a special 'rachet 10mm box wrench) .. that solved the problem
I face a problem in my car's vacuum line. I think there are any blockage in vacuum line. I repaired it but the problem is still same. I am daily late due to this vacuum line for https://www.austr...tings.net/ my work is related to writing services. So i have no time to again repair it. So can you please give me any suggestion.
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