I have never heard of that expression, what is the fault or problem
clk 320 have been advised that i may have a cylinder cut due to car misfiring any idea how much this will cost to repair and is it a big job does it have to be caried out by mb specialists etc
I may be responsible for the confusion...
"cylinder cut" is an expression I tend to use to descibe the way that late MB's will cut the operation of the fuel injector if no spark is present on the affected cylinder. This is done to protect the catalytic converter from damage by unburnt fuel. I often see cars delivered by the very-nice-man which are described in their notes as "has no injector pulse" when in fact the problem is one of no spark...
You are correct on the first part BUT not necessarily correct regarding the latter part of your statement above.
There may indeed be no injector pulse due to a fault. It may have nothing at all to do with lack of spark - it may indeed be lack of injector pulse due to a multitude of other reasons.
A simple example could be that the feed wire to the injector has been severed for some reason, or even shorted, both those reasons stopping the injector pulsing.