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Old 06-04-2019, 07:10 AM
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Parting out Black 98 GLE

T4r. I can't figure out my electrical issue and I think I am going to cut my losses. 157k miles on the car, no spark but cranks. Engine ran great until it stopped sparking after a clutch job. Some interior trim is not worth removing, otherwise the car is complete. It is a 5 speed, but I have strong evidence it is actually an a/t conversion. Let me know what you need and I will look into it!

I have some gaskets NIB that I will list:

Front valve cover
Exhaust plenum
Rear valve cover
Fms/crank seal

Edit: Here are some photos of the interior, pardon the clutter, gaskets and part boxes, my friends gloves...

I also want to add that I am located in NJ.


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Black on black?
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I believe so. The seats are grey cloth, but the majority of the interior is black . I will upload pics later, as I keep it at my garage and am at work.
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Hey man, looking for a price for your stone/mud guards with hardware to 32563. #10 in pic.



Let me know. Thanks.

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FWIW, your car is a GXE.
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Would you be willing to ship the trunk to ny?
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FWIW, your car is a GXE.
It is not, the VIN points at an automatic GLE and it was sold as a GLE, but is in fact Manual.
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Would you be willing to ship the trunk to ny?
For the right price. It was waaaaay more than I expected to ship < 1 lb to texas, I think it would be better for both of us if you picked it up personally.
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Hey man, looking for a price for your stone/mud guards with hardware to 32563. #10 in pic.



Let me know. Thanks.
I will check the conditions of mine, and come back with a price. All or any particular wheel well?
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Looking for all 4 with attaching hardware. As long as everything is in one piece, I'm interested. Let me know.
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T4r. I can't figure out my electrical issue and I think I am going to cut my losses. 157k miles on the car, no spark but cranks. Engine ran great until it stopped sparking after a clutch job. Some interior trim is not worth removing, otherwise the car is complete. It is a 5 speed, but I have strong evidence it is actually an a/t conversion. Let me know what you need and I will look into it!

I have some gaskets NIB that I will list:

Front valve cover
Exhaust plenum
Rear valve cover
Fms/crank seal

Edit: Here are some photos of the interior, pardon the clutter, gaskets and part boxes, my friends gloves...

I also want to add that I am located in NJ.

it's a grounding issue. Pull tranny n sand the mating surface of the trans and engine
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It is not, the VIN points at an automatic GLE and it was sold as a GLE, but is in fact Manual.
No leather, no bose, no auto climate, no variable wipers, must be a one of a kind GLE.
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it's a grounding issue. Pull tranny n sand the mating surface of the trans and engine
had the same issue after converting to 5 speed. its the sensor, I believe by the flywheel sensor. it has to be aligned properly or you'll have no spark.

you might have to bore out the hole a little to line it up properly. once this was done on my maxima, it started right up.

if you have any EGR parts let me know, Im looking for the black plastic housing thats tied in for Vacuum with the evap canister solenoid.

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No spark crank

Add a couple good grounds to your motor, and add a ground to your transmission and itll fire right up.
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