2003 Mercedes-Benz ML320 Q&A
2003 Mercedes-Benz ML320 Question: Catalytic Converters
That sounds correct, and it sounds like a relatively good deal. I've seen these converters cost in the neighborhood of $1000 each, so it could be much worse. - blindsquirrel
MB OEM part are quite expensive, but aftermarket "direct fit" replacements bolt in (no welding/cutting special tools) and can be had for ~$400-600 depending on brand and source. Muffler shops sell these for $1000 all day long significantly undercutting the OEM/Dealer expense. Any will work for 3-5yrs, arguably the OEM part is no more reliable/durable (it was subject to a recall for faulty welds). - Visitor
An exhaust leak may develop due to cracked welds on the front catalytic converter. Replacement...
I retrieve codes and this is it: P0300 Random misfire, P0306 Cyl#6 misfire, P0305 Cyl#5 misfire, P0304 Cyl#4 misfire.
i replaced the air flow sensor ...the car turns over completely, but it won't start always...sometimes it will.....could that cam shaft sensor keep it from cranking and also make it shut off while ...
I need my H2O pumpl replaced. Why such a difference in the estimates?