Mercedes-Benz Cars & Trucks - Recent Questions, Troubleshooting & Support
Re-setting of cd changer
A couple of different possibilities here but this is a typical problem when it comes to the MB cd changers. Before ruling the cd changer bad, check the spring settings on the sides of the changer. Make sure they are in the 'H' position since it sits in the glovebox. The Mercedes cd changers don't have a reset button. 95% of the time its the cd changer that is bad when this scenario happens. Its caused by a linkage that gets knocked out of place internally of the cd changer. Also try not to use burned or homemade cd's as they can also cause the cd changer not to read the discs anymore.If your cd changer is brand new or a factory rebuild then the dealer should change it out no problem since MB cd changers are known for this problem. Also the version coding needs to done to configure the D2B fiber optic ring properly.
on Nov 03, 2019
Headlights wont come on 2001 clk 320
I would say your headlights have burned out. Often times people will lose one and not notice until the other one also burns out. If you can get someone with a voltmeter to check at one headlight for 12-13.8 volts while the headlights are switched on. If voltage is present at the connector then the bulb is burned out most likely. I've seen this many times. Your high beams probably work.
on Oct 29, 2019
Battery drain overnight on a mercedes e320 2003
Unseen things can sometimes brain your battery. A trunk light that doesn't go off when the trunk is closed. Open the trunk and touch the bulb quickly, it should not be hot yet. If it is it's stuck on. The same goes for the glove compartment light.
There could be a problem with the alternator or even a battery that just won't hold a charge as opposed to an actual power drain. Fully charge the battery and then disconnect it for the night. Next morning reconnect it. If the charge is holding it will start just fine. If it doesn't then your battery is suspect.
on Oct 09, 2019
My e320 1999 in limpmode how can i fix it
You will need access to an OBD II Code reader,this will determine what engine sensors are faulty by providing you with a fault code,once you have the code and determine what sensor is at fault you can them replace the sensor and using the OBD clear the fault code/s
on Oct 04, 2019
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