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1999 Mercedes-Benz C230 Questions

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Diagnostic Codes are P0135, P0141, P0443, P0446, P 01335, P01236, P01420. P01525

It acts like it's going to start but dies immediately. Not sure if it's the crank sensor or not. I was driving along and it just died so I had it towed home replaced the fuel pump it started briefly till I got in to drive it and it died.

I hear a noice coming from my right side of engine. I am concerned and also need to know how dangerous it is to continue to drive if it is a cable pulley

When it is cold outside

There is a grinding noise coming from the supercharger and it looks like the clutch is cracking around it.

pump seized and snapped the fran belt

Do I actually need to change the brake rotors along with the brake pad as he recommended I do, or is it a money sucker and can I JUST replace the pads?!

One never knows when it will cease to blow. No reason. Just stops blowing when driving or starts a few minutes after the car starts. Weather does not seem to be a cause nor does humidity. Happens on heater as well as AC.

when i switch it of it's stays there,how do i repair it?

i went for car inspection codes 0105 and 0410 showed up what they mean?,

just had tranny service still has problem

I just rotated the tires and changed the oil and the car runs fine.

In particularly hot or cold conditions, the fan seems comes on after the vehicle has been running for a while. Maybe five or so minutes. Sometimes it does not come on at all. Also, when driving on interstate on hot days, it turns on and off for no apparent reason.