Question about 2001 Mercedes-Benz E-Class
Left turn signal does turn off
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It sounds like you have what is known as a short to power. I would suggest having an automotive electrician/technician take a look at the electrical wiring and your switches. I believe it may be inside your turn signal switch. It sure sounds like many issues Ive seen over the years and the switch was the culprit. Good luck.
Posted on Aug 24, 2009
It is not complicated, depending on what hands-on level of DIY on car. Here are what need to do, so you can estimate how easy or hard when you look through your engine. Drain all the coolant, remove the thermostat housing, remove the fan, belt. Remove the water pump pulley. There are 4 bolts to hold the water pump in place.If you think you can take them out and put them in without removing the AC compressor then you can do it. I did it twice without removing the AC. The pump was fine for the second time, but for leaking seal. At dealer, it is easier to access from the bottom since they have a lifter. But it is doable at home. Have fun if you decide to do it.
Posted on Oct 11, 2009
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