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MERCEDES BENZ CLASS S I 126 Help How to Flush Power Steering Fluid

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MERCEDES BENZ CLASS S I 126 Power Steering Pump and Rear Wheel Issues

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MERCEDES BENZ CLASS S 108 109 Early (&03972) 350SL Power Steering Pump Noise

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MERCEDES BENZ CLASS C I 202 2000 W202 C230 Kompressor Power Steering Pump Replacement

This post details my experiences changing my power steering pump on my 2000 C230 Kompressor and everything I learned along the way. I am not a professional mechanic so use at your own risk. Symptoms Leaking hoses pump noisy at cold start and squeaky at idle. Slow fluid loss. Parts needed power steering pump &8211 002 466 29 01 (Made by Luk) interchangeable with 002 466 30 01 (Made by ZF) Lower Hose

then just slides right up) and the air intake pipe. Then use a E10 external torx socket on a ratchet and carefully push the tensioner pulleys pullback bolt to the left. Slip the belt off by pulling it forward. Be careful of the tensioners powerful spring. It can injure you. Remove as much power steering fluid as you can from your reservoir using a pump or a turkey baster. (I apologize that benzworld

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS R W251 V251 DIY Power Steering Pump replacement

I have a 2007 R320 CDI. I have no good words to say for this car. In the latest spate of my woes with this car the power steering pump has died at around 80000 miles. I am attempting to replace the pump myself. This thread will be a good guide for anyone who has the same issue. Problem One fine day the power steering pump PSP started making noise. I opened the hood and noticed that the PS pulley was

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS M W163 Power Steering Pump noise fixed

Some Information up front My wife has a 1999 ML320 her power steering hose (return) fell of and she lost all fluid on her way home lost all easy steering. I looked at it thought easy fix removed the hose clamp cut a piece of the hose stuck it back on with a new clamp (do not over clamp). After attaching everything I did my 1st mistake I used regular autopart store steering fluid thats a no no (use

Well I did try all Werkstatt standart procedures . I was told by the German mechanics that sometimes the air gets stuck so bad that the Wis procedures dont work they first try to leave the car overnight with the Wheels turned to the right in the air (rechts Einschlag). If that does not work they try driver side or passenger side up or leave the Car parked on a hill I live in Florida we dont have hills.

I purchased and still own a 1999 ML320. It was taken back to the dealer twice in 2003 again in 2005 and and now in Jan of 2010 for the lower power steering line problems. On two occasions it was leaking where it connects to the lower radiator and the other two for the hose blowing off of the lower fitting. mercedes is aware of this safety issue and has repaired it for free with a little push. The cavitation

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS S 108 109 108 Power Steering Fluid

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Best to replace the PS fluid (Dexron III) and the filter as follows The power steering on your mercedes benz is a simple hydraulic system which normally uses automatic transmission fluid. Check your owners manual for the correct type. The system reservoir usually has a filter inside which must be changed when the fluid is changed--so it is best to do it at this time. When buying the power steering

Sandy With all due respect to George and his fine tutorial I would suggest that you install the new filter after draining the old fluid from the reservoir. Remove the old filter and install the new one and then allow the fresh fluid to run through new filter into the system. One tiny piece of dirt can damage your pump and gear. When you remove the reservoir lid there will likely be some crusty oily

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS E III 211 2004 E320 4-Matic Wagon - Power Steering Fluid Flush

I need some help. My local MB dealer SA told me at the last service that they flushed and replaced the power steering fluid in my wifes 2004 E320 4-Matic Wagon. I thought this was strange as their is no mention in the service information for power steering fluid change (please note I did not confuse this as the brake fluid flush and service as my dealer alleges). I did check the PS fluid about a month

simple procedure applying the basic principles of fluid dynamics. Any help would be appreciated Thanks Will M. - Orlando FL In fact its only basic statics so no need to solve the full Navier Stokes. I can only share with you my experience with a 97 E420 (V8). I have no idea what the factory procedure for this job is. I gleaned off the information from another thread on this forum but for another benz

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS M W163 Power Steering Pump Reservoir

My wifes power steering pump started whining really bad Saturday afternoon. I mean it went from no whine to whining really loudly between the time I parked it and walked in Home Depot to when I started and turned to pull out of the parking lot. I did some research on the site and found the issue with the reservoir. Lucky I searched I was this close to buying a new pump. Anyway I followed the directions

Thanks for the great pictures - worth a thousand words Seems like any failed hose pump or ps fluid leakage needs to consider a replacement reservoir just to prevent other issues later. Following is my recent post from another related thread on power steering problems httpwww.benzworld.orgforumsw163...ring-pump.html The photos of the cut open reservoir make sense of just about all the power steering

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS G Failing power steering pump

Hi Has any of you heard of power steering pumps failing on G500 and G55s (I have a 2007 G55K) Mine just did and the truck still has 8 months of warranty left but the dealer says the fluid used the last time it was service was not the recommended one and might refuse warranty for that reason (more on that later). A little background about the truck. I bought it used from a canadian mercedes dealer from

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS M W163 HELP REPLACING POWER STEERING PUMP

I searched but couldnt find a write-up on how to change the pump. Any help In addition should a get new or rebuilt any brand new design I dont feel like paying 600 for 2-3 hours worth of labor.

Quote Originally Posted by BETO I searched but couldnt find a write-up on how to change the pump. Any help In addition should a get new or rebuilt any brand new design I dont feel like paying 600 for 2-3 hours worth of labor. I hope it is not to late for you. I had my power steering go out and the resevoir would not hold fluid. After performing on-line research I found pumps for 350 to 600. A call

Quote Originally Posted by Stromy I hope it is not to late for you. I had my power steering go out and the resevoir would not hold fluid. After performing on-line research I found pumps for 350 to 600. A call to the local Advanced Auto Parts store found a rebuilt unit in stock for 198 plus a 50 core charge. Once I got it home I found an on-line service manual for about 25 at alldatadiy.com. 25 buys

I have a problem with a mercedes E320 year 2000. It has a stiffhard to turn steering wheel. I took off the resevoir cleaned it and replaced the fluid. I also bled the system for air but there was no change. I have been told that its the power steering pump that needs replacement. There are no leaks anywhere. Can I get the power steering pump checked out for a reasobale cost while its still on the vehicle

Quote Originally Posted by dilsingh I have a problem with a mercedes E320 year 2000. It has a stiffhard to turn steering wheel. I took off the resevoir cleaned it and replaced the fluid. I also bled the system for air but there was no change. I have been told that its the power steering pump that needs replacement. There are no leaks anywhere. Can I get the power steering pump checked out for a reasobale

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS E II 210 power steering pump removal

Have an 01 E 430 and my power steering pump is growling as I turn the wheels in either direction. I need to know how to get at the pump to remove it. I have been told there is an anti torx bolt installed on the tension wheel to deny the commoner from removing the pump. Is that true How do I remove the bolt to remove the pump What engine parts do I need to remove to get at the pump. I have never done

Have you tried to change the fluid first perhaps this may just solve the problem and you dont need to remove the pump. httpwww.benzworld.orgforumsw210...steeringfluid Only MB steering fluid is recommended here. httpwww.benzworld.orgforumsw210...powersteering

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS S IV 220 power steering pump is groaning

I started the car sunday and the dash lit up in red visit workshop abc Drive carefully no signs of this before now my assume the powersteering pump is making a low tone moan or groan. anyone heard of this By the way after turning the car off and restarting it the light went away and yet to return. however the moan is still there. please advise. Abc fluid and power steering fluid appear to be full.

What is the year of your S class I have had problems with the power steering pump in my 2002 S600 so I can only talk about the W220 body. I was driving hard with the traction control off reving the engine high and the power steering whet completely out in a flash. I checked everything and long story short removed the pump opened it and found it was completely trashed. I was suspicious I would find

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS M W164 Power steering rack and pump replacement

My dear fiance needs to tackle the replacement of my power steering rack and pump and I was hoping to get any pointers from people who have done it before. He is a heavy duty mechanic by trade so he is very mechanically inclined but mercedes is of course er special and if there are any tricks to it that we should know before we start they would be fantastic to know. For some background dealership told

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS C I 202 HELP Sister put brake fluid in power steering reservoir

My sister accidentally put brake fluid in the power steering pump of my 1995 C280 and I didnt find out until 2 weeks later It was making the groaning sounds that a normal pump would make when low on fluid but then it also made a tickinggushing sound from reservoir. I happened to check and noticed the fluid was very very low and frothing. I know she hasnt driven extensively and the sounds supposedly

Yikes The brake fluid sure did not help it any I am sure and possibly not to kind on the already old and hard o-rings and seals. My guess is that if your having to add power steering fluid anyways on a regular basis then you have a pretty nasty leak somewhere. I would guess that the power steering pump unless visibly leaking is fine as it did not run dry or so low on fluid that no lubrication was occurring.

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS M W164 Power steering fluid leak......Again

Ok folks need your help again. We have a major PS fluid leak on our 2006 ML350. We had one before and MB changed the o-ring and it helped until now. We had no drips or leaks and then just all the sudden my wife calls and says it is making a really bad noise etc. I told her to go to MB and get PS fluid and add some. (9.00) She did that on the 5th and the bottle is now gone. I removed the reservoir and

twice as we have not been happy with the noise etc. Now they are saying there is a leaking high pressure hose to the power steering. 541.00 repair for a hose Im not sure this will fix it either. Could this reduce the noise and I assume the leak it has will stop but is there anyway to know it thats it We are just sick as we really cant afford all of this and we regret trying to own a pre-owned benz.

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS C II 203 DIY - Power Steering Pump

Getting off the freeway one night I came to a stop light to suddenly hear loud power steering whine and had bad vibration in the steering wheel. Checked the reservoir and noticed the fluid was foaming. It was leaking from the pulley shaft. Turned out to be caused by shot bearings pump had 90k miles on it. You can find re-manufactured pumps online for around 400 after 100 dollar core refund. A brand

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS E II 210 Prime power steering pump thats full of air

Is there a way to manually prime the power steering pump and lines removing a large amount of air and replacing it with hydraulic fluid What did I ruin by sucking air into the power steering pump (hydraulic system) for 10 seconds I have a 2002 E320 4matic wagon with self leveling rear suspension. I tried to flush the power steering system using this method 1. Drain the hydraulic fluid reservoir and

Your system is not the traditional power steering system. It is a tandem pump for both the power steering and self leveling. Do not know if the air damaged the system but I doubt it in that short time interval. The best advice I can give is to keep the reservoir at the correct level with fresh fluid. Start the wagon and then load the cargo area with at least 500 lb of stuff. Hauling bricks would be

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS E II 210 Does power steering fluid decrease over time

The power steering pump in my car is only a little over a year old. It was purchased from RockAuto.com so quality is there. I think Ive only replenished the fluid a couple maybe three times this past year. My question is is this normal Does the fluid slowly decrease on its own because of heat or another unseen circumstance

Quote Originally Posted by brandon671 The power steering pump in my car is only a little over a year old. It was purchased from RockAuto.com so quality is there. I think Ive only replenished the fluid a couple maybe three times this past year. My question is is this normal Does the fluid slowly decrease on its own because of heat or another unseen circumstance Maybe Guam is different but Ive never added any fluid to my E class in 5 years or my SLK in 8 years.

Quote Originally Posted by brandon671 The power steering pump in my car is only a little over a year old. It was purchased from RockAuto.com so quality is there. I think Ive only replenished the fluid a couple maybe three times this past year. My question is is this normal Does the fluid slowly decrease on its own because of heat or another unseen circumstance Since you have a 97 E-420 this link may address your problem httpwww.benzworld.orgforumsw140...-overhaul.html

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS M W163 Power steering pump AGAIN

This is kind of an urgent question. I am on my third () power steering pump. All were replaced with OEM units. Now this one is leaking too My mechanic told me we could maybe try an aftermarket unit (I believe Luk is the brand). Anyone familiar with this or have any feedback

I really appreciate the information. Hopefully that is the issue and it can be settled once and for all. Will report back. Thanks again Quote Originally Posted by mercedes mechanic The best way is to take it apart piece by piece and check inside the lines cooler (if equipped) steering assembly and return hoses. You must make sure there is no-blockage of any kind. I have found Bars leak brass metal

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS M W163 Power Steering Fluid Change

I searched the threads for awhile (and at Wolfgangs as well) and couldnt find anything for doing a power steering fluid change. Did I miss it somewhere Only found info for a change on older sedans. Im not having any problems with it but Im up at 108K and I feel better knowing I have changed it and prevented any damage that could occur. Id rather over change fluids than under change better safe than

without loosing the basic values. What specialist say the engine oil gets burn out because of chemical reactions coming with combustion. Than I have seen a pickup with 140000 miles on it that never had oil change. The 4-cylinder according to the owner used oil so had some refreshing additions but still. I think the Oil change 3000 was one of the biggest brainwashing in 20 Century. Good thing mercedes

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS C I 202 Loud power steering pump replaced- STILL noisy

A friend of mine who is an experienced mechanic replaced my loud whining power steering pump and its still making noise...no change. Could it just be that air is still trapped in there Will the noise go away eventually Ive heard that sometimes you need to put X number miles through a pump before a noise goes away...not sure if that holds true for this situation. Any help is appreciated thanks

The pump will work with any power steering fluid-or ATF. Synthetic power steering fluid or ATF cuts down on noise. MB always specs the worlds best power steering fluid as a matter of course the current is the spec CHF-11S. It is a hydraulic fluid used in aircraft. Pentosin is the OEM supplier at this time but other manufacturers also make CHF-11S. ZF and Luk build the pumps and CHF-11S was not the

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS M W163 ML430. Second power steering pump to replace.

I just installed my second power steering pump and this one is making the whining sound 1. Original gave out at 120K miles. 2. Replaced with rebuilt and all was fine. Hose not correctly positioned was cut on pulley and oil leaked out. Drove 5 blocks without oil to get off road. 3. Replaced hose but whining noise began. 4. Assuming damage replaced pump. Followed advice on forum and turned steering 30

Quote Originally Posted by merc1982 wen draining ps fluid wen u said turn wheel do u mean steering wheel or rim or either will do il do some more research for diagrams tips on this repair. hope its just the reservoir. and tnx for the info ur thread has been helpful from what iv read on this forum i probably wouldv done the same by replacing the pump first. Its quite obvious that you havent read this

Quote Originally Posted by 43sqd Its quite obvious that you havent read this thread in its entirety. The original poster kept replacing the PS pump thinking that was the problem until I told him that the reservoir was the problem. I also supplied him with a Tech. Svc. Bulletin with instructions on the proper bleeding procedure (posts 2 and 4). Now you are asking for help from someone who misdiagnosed

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS E III 211 Can you buy a Power Steering Pump for a CDI

If so where My water pump crapped out a few days ago and I figured Id go ahead and replace the power steering pump too. Its been making noise not terribly loud and I have replaced the fluid and the pulley has a slight wobbleshudder so I figured it best to replace it before it caused other problems. But I cant find one to buy Is the CDI pump the same as a regular E320 or E500

Quote Originally Posted by SandCountry If so where My water pump crapped out a few days ago and I figured Id go ahead and replace the power steering pump too. Its been making noise not terribly loud and I have replaced the fluid and the pulley has a slight wobbleshudder so I figured it best to replace it before it caused other problems. But I cant find one to buy Is the CDI pump the same as a regular

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS C II 203 Power Steering Fluid Type Location in Engine Bay

My car feels like it could use some power steering fluid. What type of fluid is safe for my w203 and where is the location to check and add fluid in an 2003 c320 4matic. Your help is appreciated.

My 04 C230K took mercedes-benz Hydraulic Oil - Pentosin CHF 11S and the part on my can says Q 1 32 0001 Cost me 18 quart at the dealership. As for location I have no idea on the C320. Id look at the owner&8217s manual at maybe the belt routing and look for the power steering pump location and go from there should see a reservoir and cap in that general area.

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS E III 211 Putting Power Steering Fluid in my E500

Let me Re-Phrase the question. My power steering pump sounds like it needs power steering fluid. Where on the engine is the sump to check the level and put the power steering fluid in the vehicle Is the sump directly to the right of the oil filter Does anyone know Help

Quote Originally Posted by Vince_E500 Let me Re-Phrase the question. My power steering pump sounds like it needs power steering fluid. Where on the engine is the sump to check the level and put the power steering fluid in the vehicle Is the sump directly to the right of the oil filter Does anyone know Help steering pump is located front of engine v-belt (see pump diagram for your e500). Noises are

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS S IV 220 Power Steering Pump Replacement

Hello everyone Reading on similiar posts about PS pumps I find no solid answer to my questions. My cars been in the garage for 5 months straight no use. After starting It and going around town I start hearing squeaky noise when steering right. I figured my power steering pump need a replacement so I got one pretty quick. Ive checked the pump Reservoir fluid Level. Right where It says 60. My fluid level

Quote Originally Posted by Jayhawk My car made the same type noise and it was just a little low on PS fluid. My dealer didnt even charge me to top it off. No more noise Squealing noises when turning can be heard If your car been sitting for way to long without driving. Replacing power steering fluid may help but not guaranteed. There is a Technical Service Bulletin for this problem released by Dymler-Chrylser.

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS M W163 ML55 Power Steering Pump Replacement -- LESSON LEARNED

Shortly after we picked up our 00 ML55 -- amazing amazing vehicle -- from the dealer after getting some things I didnt want to do myself done ( and getting the long free list of things they thought they needed to do ) the working-perfectly-and-holding-a-charge-nicely slow leaking AC compressor became in fact a very badly leaking power steering pump. I picked up a remanufactured unit from a local parts

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS M W163 Power Steering fluid

How do I check the power steering fluid level and where is the container located. Looks like some fluid may be leaking hence need to find out. thanks for your help

The power steering resevoir is a plastic box that is situated adjacent to the top of the pump itself. The resevoir is mated to the pump housing with a loose fitting O-ring that will shrink or distort after a while. The O-ring costs 2. the MB power steering fluid is about 14. liter. Dont be cheap use the MB ps fluid or risk premature failure of the pump. Procedure 1. Remove plasic engine cover (snaps

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS E II 210 Power steering fluid

My high pressure power steering hoes was leaking so I went and replace it. After putting another hoes back on i put a generic power steering fluid that I got from walmart. Works great for awhile drove about 10 miles and then came back home before I got home it start to tighten up a little. Got home I found another leak fluid was almost gone. ERRRRRRRRRRRRR after thorough inspection I found a washer

You happen to be pushing a potential failure of your power steering pump and your whole system. You will have air deep in the system and you are pumping mixed fluid which will shortly wreck the whole system too. The system needs to be replaced with 100% MB power steering fluid then the air bleed out of the system with engine off and wheel in the air (engine not even on for one nanao-second) topped

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS E III 211 Replaced Power Steering Reservoir Sealing Ring & Flushed The PS Fluid Today

Over several weeks I noticed that the level of power steering fluid was slowly diminishing in the reservoir. After investigating the leak I found that the sealing ring was leaking at the pump and reservoir joining point. I acquired two cans of Pentosin CHF 11S and a new sealing ring. My local import parts shop sold me the fluid for 27.00 a can. My MB dealer supplied the sealing ring for 3.50 but did

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS M W163 Power Steering Fluid Leak from L Shaped Metal Connector

Hello I have a 2004 ML350 and notice a leak from below this metal l-shaped metal connector that the reservoir seems to fit into that is above the power steering pump I suppose. The leak is coming down on to the power steering pump and seems not to be leaking from the power steering reservoir but the l-shaped connector itself. It is similar to what this person mentioned httpwww.benzworld.orgforumsw163...mlpost5410895

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS M W163 Where do I add the Power Steering Fluid

First of all I am a complete noob on cars... My car is 2002 ML 320 and I had a problem with the PS fluid leak before so I had it repaired. However this morning I noticed that the whining noise was back and I saw the fluid leak. I need to get thru the weekend & the drive to the dealership so I decided to fill the PS fluid so I can survive at least couple more days... But I dont know where to add the

The most common issue is a small leak of power sterring oil due to the fact the original o-ring between the reservoir and the block was not sturdy enough. The slow leak leads via the o-ring to low PS fluid in the reservoir which leads to growling and eventuallyu to pump failure when run on no fluidtoo much air. The pump is much stronger than the pumps in earlier series MBs those early MB tended to

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS C II 203 Power Steering Fluid

I put standard power steering fluid in my 2003 C240 rather than the MB product (Pentosin CHF). Its working just fine. This isnt going to cause me some problem down the road like 6 months from now - is it

Quote Originally Posted by Twobig I would replace the fluid....better to be safe than sorry.....dont want to say to your self I should ad could ad now when the problem arise that will cost you more. EZ DIY open brake bleeding valve on each wheel pump brake peddle to empty reservoir and line then add the right fluid in the reservoir and pump the brake peddle again to get the air out and fluid in the

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS E II 210 Power Steering Fluid GM Type A Suffix A

Hi all I have a 95 W210 E300 Diesel engine (Engine 606912 02 003161) and i would like to ask if its possible to add hydraulic fluid GM Type A Suffix A to my power steering system. On the specification of the can i have it says that it complies with LHSD SAE 10W Man 339(A) GM Type A Suffix A Allison C-3 ZFTE ML-14 Pegaso E24536 But it doesnt say anything about mercedes does it mean that i can use it for my car or not Thanks for your help Diamond

Quote Originally Posted by G-AMG Actually I think the Pentosin is for powersteering pumps with REAR Leveler (axle)applications and not for standard PS pumps. Pentosin is much more expensive (synthetic). Just stick with the OEM MB fluid. Its like 7 bucks. You can do a very good flush with one bottle. Yes One version of Pentosin is for use with rear levelers. Other versions are for standard power steering. The Pentosin I used listed the appropriate MB spec for power steering fluid on my 420.

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS S IV 220 Power Steering Fluid where to find how to change....S430

Hello All Everyone has been very helpful over the past few posts we have had. I am in desperate need of figuring out where to check the power steering fluid level on our 2001 S430 Merc. I have looked through the owners manual to no avail. Look on here keep finding posts where you can use a turkey baster to remove old fluid and put new in. But where in the world do you check the fluid level I cant find

Quote Originally Posted by OliverK Very simple its the black resevior down and to the right from the oil filter canister. You can use a simple hand pump to pump out the fluid and replace it with MB power steering fluid and lubrizol if you wish. Thanks so much you say hand pump Are you referring to a turkey baster Also someone said lines that have to be disconnected but I have read just use a turkey

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS E II 210 PHOTO DIY- Power Steering Fluid Change

Ok I bet this post is WAAAAY out there on the esoteric scale. Still bear with me.... (and be honest with yourselves---- when was the last time you even CHECKED your PS fluid.....) Yes there are NO SPECIFIED intervals to change power steering fluid..... BUT there are ALSO no specified intervals for other things such as Differential Oil etc. Does this mean we should never change them Of course not Now

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS M W163 Power Steering Pump replacement

Took my dads ML in to dealership for another issue (related to ABSBAS lights) and asked them to verify if PS pump is going as its making groaning sound when turning wheel all the way to the left or right. They say there are no leaks in PS system fluid looks bit burned and that pump should be replaced. How hard is it to replace one I looked and it doesnt look too bad. I know of bleeding procedure where

Quote Originally Posted by croat .... They say there are no leaks in PS system fluid looks bit burned and that pump should be replaced.... Thanks I am not expert nor tech but somehow I get the feeling that you may want to get second opinion..... The sound you described is typical when a power steering system is low on fluid or belt is slipping. I would suggest you to check the fluid level first and

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