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DIY How to replace Oxygen O2 Sensor Mercedes-Benz

Step by step instructions on how to change the Oxygen O2 Sensor in your car. Is you check engine light on because of a bad oxygen sensor? You don’t have to spend your life savings to replace a defective O2 sensor. Here we will show you the steps you need to …

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Teleaid SOS Malfuction Warning Mercedes Benz SOLVED

Is your Mercedes-Benz greeting you with “SOS TeleAid not Activated” or “SOS Defective Please Visit Workshop” warning on your Instrument Cluster? The message is being displayed because TeleAid has now become obsolete as it uses analog cellular coverage which no longer  exist as of February, 2008.  Mercedes Benz no long provides TeleAid service, they have …

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DIY How to repair a windshield rock chip bull’s eye for $10

Easy step-by-step picture and video instructions on how to repair your windshield rock chip / bull’s eye. Repairing a windshield rock chip takes about 30 minutes. Even if you are doing the repair for the first time. So go ahead, do it all yourself, it’s easy.  It is better to repair a …

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Pair Android iPhone Bluetooth Phone with Mercedes Benz

Are you trying to pair your Bluetooth enabled smartphone with your Mercedes Benz? You should be able to do so on most newer Mercedes Benz cars made after 2010. First you need to make sure you have Bluetooth in your car. Next you can follow the instructions below on how to …

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Bolt pattern for Mercedes Benz wheels rims

Mercedes Benz Wheel rim Bolt Pattern Reference Table. Look it up by chassis or by year and model. The first number, 5 indicates the number of bolts holes. The second number, for example 112 is the diameter of the circle created by the 5 bolts, in millimeters. If you are …

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Headliner Material Falling Down, Roof Sagging

How to fix the headliner material that is falling down, sagging? This weekend we spent some time fixing  the ceiling material which started to sag down on a C Class. This is a common problem on the older Mercedes Benz and not just on the C class, but the E …

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