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DIY How to Change Rear Brake Pads W208 CLK320 CLK430

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SPONSORED LINKS Replacing the rear brake pads on a Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class is very easy. This guide provides step by step instructions on how to replace the brake pads on your Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class. The rear brake pads are extremely easy. It takes longer to remove the wheel than it takes to replace …

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Power Steering Noise Problem SOLVED

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Problem When you turn the steering wheel on your Mercedes-Benz you may hear a loud squeaking or weird whining noise. The noise is a common problem, with Mercedes Benz E-Class, S-Class, C-Class and ML-Class and it is most noticeable when you first start up the car. Typically the engine is cold. …

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DIY Mercedes Headlight Restoration

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The purpose of this guide is to help you restore the headlights by sanding and polishing the lenses of your Mercedes-Benz. Make your Mercedes-Benz look nice again by restoring the headlights if they are looking foggy, hazy or dull. This headlight restoration and polishing method described here works and requires …

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How to remove the shifter knob, selector lever handle

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Removing the shifter knob or selector lever handle on Mercedes-Benz is very easy. We will show you how you can remove the shifter knob in less than 5 minutes. Step by step instructions are provided below, including a how-to video on how to remove the shifter knob on an C-Class W203, E-Class W211 …

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Mysterious Battery Drain

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Battery Drain Does your Mercedes-Benz battery slowly drain? Battery is dead every morning? Does the Mercedes-Benz battery die when you have the car parked overnight or leave it parked for a few days? This step by step guide will explain  how to troubleshoot this problem, the basics of battery drain …

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How to check engine oil level Mercedes-Benz – Two Methods

There are two methods to check the engine oil level on Mercedes-Benz cars. Method 1: Using the engine dipstick (omitted on some Mercedes-Benz models) Method 2: On your instrument cluster, via the multifunction buttons on the steering wheel. In this article, we provide step by step instructions on how to …

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