2003 Mercedes-Benz ML350 Questions
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The brakes squeak a little but over all everything looks fine. Esp sensor is on. What should I look for with the car before buying. Is the mileage too high.
It appeared where the odometer is!
The AC turns on initially and the blower goes off in 15 seconds but the rear fan stays on but does not blow cool air. It is not the fuse.
I will check the Freon..
Compressor working on rear blowers. What else could this be? TY
also codes po403,po135,po155,po141, po161 are they related
Rear seat is locked in fold down position. Cables broken and seat is recessed to the floor
The vehicle will move once I shut it off and start it again.It has happened 5 times and I don't want to drive it anymore.Engine light comes and goes days at a time.Tranny runs very rough but looks like a very common problem.How do I get on that Class action suit? Thanks Danny
car runs & drives great ,but after a few engine starts ,wont start , after 3 attempts engine light comes on , but after a little wait engine starts and sometimes light goes out, diagnose say crankshaft sensor fail
it may be some fuse problem but i do not know
Ac and Heat air, comes out of all the vents. I turn the knob to either use the defroster or ac in the cab but the air flows from all vents
Just quit for the first time only on the driver's seat.
I replaced the cam and crank sensors and it started first go, turned it off and now it won't start again. feel like setting it on fire and pushing it off a cliff. Any ideas what's wrong? Up to this point the cars been fine, WTF?
Vehicle pulls when wheels cool down after an hour.
the brake booster has hissing noise, need to be replaced. Since this is old car, I am ok with re-manfactured part.
My a/c compressor and the fan comes on when I straight wire it and it cools the car. When we take the straight wire off, everything turns off. I have new freeon in it, so it's not a refrigerant problem. I believe it's a relay problem. Can anybody help me with problems like this?