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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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Low Range

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The Low Range function can be used to put the transfer case into lower gear range for more power/higher torque at the wheels. Note that the maximum speed is limited to approximately 50 mph when Low Range is engaged. Low range is not mean for everyday use. While the top …

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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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