Problem Description and Possible Solution
A vibration felt through the center floor of the vehicle can be caused by cracked and/or shredded driveshaft flex discs, resulting in excessive driveshaft movement. If not repaired, damage to the driveshaft center support bearing, transmission, or differential can occur.
Average mileage: 125,322 (65,000–302,185)
27 people reported this problem
Repeatedly had it into dealer for warranty work, dealer says nothing wrong w/ car.Rumble is normal...and it gets ....19mpg...and this is normal too....and pops, groans, clunks, and other assorted noises are normal too. And I am a certified mech (old school points, plugs condensor, generators and voltage regulators) and am documenting all this and more. When I finish repairing all the items the stealer (dealer) didn't address during warrenty, CEO of Mercedes Benz will get an interesting letter about my 2005 C-230 Kompressor...
Me too. I am just driving like that to ground. I do not want to spend any further money on this stupid car. What a stupid car Benz makes.
This is a car of Doctor's, Lawyers, and Business man as they easily cheat the common people with their fees, and have plenty of money to dispose easily. Learned very hard way, this car is not for common people.
Thanks to Benz CEO to fool me once and not for the second time in this life for me.
heard and felt vibration through the seat towards the back of the vehicle, thought it was the hub bearings, well, had car in 1st gear, clutch in; i released the clutch to accelerate and the back end started clunking around. pulled in the clutch, 2nd gear released clutch and the back end, like the rear axle was hopping around. AINT DRIVIN IT ! wtf just got the car out the shop yesterday had the clutch, master + slave cylinders & pressure plate replaced, fluids drained and refilled - NOW THIS WTF.