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Brake Light Switch Problems and Solution

Rotate brake light switch to the right to remove it

SPONSORED LINKS Mercedes-Benz Brake Light Switch Problems Learn how easy it is to change the brake light switch on your Mercedes Benz. Brake light switch issues with Mercedes-Benz cars are the #1 problem that most owners face. Defective brake light switch can cause the lights not to turn on, therefore causing …

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DAS Xentry C3 C4 Diagnostic Software, Resources, Wiki

What is Xentry DAS Diagnostics? Xentry DAS (Diagnostic Assistance System) is the complete diagnosis system that is used to troubleshoot Mercedes-Benz car problems and is the official Mercedes-Benz dealer software. It can configure, reprogram, initialization of new components, program, perform guided tests, read or erase fault codes in any of the systems …

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Air Conditioner Troubleshooting Guide & Diagnosis

Is your air conditioner A/C not working or blowing hot air? The Air Conditioner system can get very complicated in cars but that doesn’t mean that you can’t perform some troubleshooting yourself. Maybe even charge the A/C system if needed. This article will provide an overview of the A/C system, …

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How to properly charge a dead car battery

Dead Battery? Don’t worry, you can bring that battery back to life if you charge it properly. Jump staring the car is not recommended on a completely discharged battery, unless you absolutely have too. Keep in mind, that jump starting will get the car running but you risk damaging the battery. …

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Vibrations and shaking inside the cabin of a Mercedes Benz

Problem: Interior Vibrations Are you feeling vibrations inside the cabin of your Mercedes? Often MB owners feel seat vibrations that can’t be explained because in most cases the car runs great. Vibrations may be felt on the steering wheel or dash and are most noticeable when stopped at a red …

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BATTERY/ALTERNATOR VISIT WORKSHOP DIY

Typically you get BATTERY/ALTERNATOR VISIT WORKSHOP warning when the electrical system voltage in the car is below 12.6 volt. When the car is running the alternator produces electricity and the voltage should be above 13.5 volt. If you have a multimeter like this one, you can connect it to the battery terminals …

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