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202 diff
Topic Started: Thu Nov 9, 2017 12:24 am (638 Views)
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Does the 202 diff fit the 190 does anyone know
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Short answer is yes if you already have a 185mm diff. Long answer, there are a lot of variables finding the right one. The main issue is that only the early w202's had the sensor in the right location for the ABS on a w201.
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Thu Nov 9, 2017 12:55 am
Short answer is yes if you already have a 185mm diff. Long answer, there are a lot of variables finding the right one. The main issue is that only the early w202's had the sensor in the right location for the ABS on a w201.
How do you know that you have a "185mm diff"?
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MercManCraig
Thu Nov 9, 2017 12:55 am
Short answer is yes if you already have a 185mm diff. Long answer, there are a lot of variables finding the right one. The main issue is that only the early w202's had the sensor in the right location for the ABS on a w201.
How do you know that you have a "185mm diff"?
There's a metal tab on the diff with all the specs on it.
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Do we know which early W202 Differential had an LSD or "ASD"?
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None unless it was specifically ordered.
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