when starting accelarate to high rpm not all ways disconect air flow meter on passenger side very little change in rpm disconect air fiow meter on driver side rough idle loss of power accelerate fair when park could this be air flow meter issue or stopped up converter
loss of power on 1994 Mercedes-Benz SL600
by mickal in Columbia, SC on April 10, 2011
ANSWER by Visitor on July 29, 2011
it is the sign of a bad air flow sensor change it i was having the similar problem on my 93 sl600 disconecting the passenger side was making just a littel change in rpm but driver side was making the rpm go up and down like a rough idle i changed the driver side it didnt do much then i changed the passenger side then it was working fine so i had to changed both of them
ANSWER by call me sucker on January 18, 2015
This is a $4000 repair and it will keep doing it at the most precarious times. It won't "go away." Mine started it 2 weeks after I'd bought it. I wonder how he got it to "suppress" while he was closing the sale with me. I forget what the part is; I must have a record of it someplace. If so, I'll get it to you. Very embarrassing considering you're driving a Mercedes.
Some models have tandem hydraulic pumps—one section for power steering and the other for suspension adjustment. These pumps are prone to leakage from either section.
the ASR light is on. Less power. Low speed