Category: Sprinter NCV3 w/ OM651 2014-2017
Sprinter Van Leveling Kit Options
Sprinter Vans work hard and nothing’s worse than rear-end sag… We love Sprinters because of their ability to hold MASSIVE amount of stuff while being a joy to drive daily with great ride quality and a unbelievable turning radius. However, even before reaching the maximum payload capacity you may find your Sprinter exhibiting a bit ...
Sprinter “Limp Home Mode”: Common Causes
“Limp Mode” or “Limp Home Mode” is a condition that can affect turbocharged diesel vehicles. Your Sprinter’s ECU senses something malfunctioning in the turbocharger system–either reading too much boost, too little boost, etc.–and decides puts the van into low power or “limp home mode”. Limp home mode has little to no turbocharger pressure and vastly ...
Sprinter Turbo List
Here’s a fitment guide for turbochargers for Sprinter vans from 2001 to today. This includes all makes–from Dodge to Freightliner to Mercedes, they all used the same types of turbos. A note on the part numbers list: it is not complete, and there might be many other part numbers for each of these turbos. ...
Common Sprinter Repair Videos
We sourced some DIY repair videos for the Sprinter van.
Mercedes ATF Fluid Chart
Finding the right ATF for your Mercedes Transmission can be difficult, and customers often have questions. We’ve created an easy-to-read table to make finding the correct ATF for your Mercedes easy.
Biodiesel: A Guide
Biodiesel is an exciting alternative fuel that can be used as a supplement to traditional diesel fuel that offers dramatically lower emissions and is renewable. But, running it isn’t always simple. This guide overviews some biodiesel basics and which cars should or should not use biodiesel.
The Best Diesel Fuel Additives
There are many, many different fuel additives available for diesels. A quick google search or a stroll down the aisle at your local parts store will give you plenty of options from which to choose. Are they necessary and which one is the best?
Brake Rotor Basics
On modern VWs, whenever you replace your brake pads, you should also replace your brake rotors. This is because brake rotors become scored from use, and a pad might not seat correctly on a worn rotor. Below we highlight a few key characteristics of brake rotors and show you what to look for when buying.