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I sounds like it is coming from the wheel area.
I have a 2005 ML350 that I have had serviced only at Mercedes Dealerships since I purchased it in 2009. I have done every service/maintenance recommended in addition to an alignment, rear brakes and a water pump. When the water pump went out in Sept 2010, I was informed it destructed the belt and the belt tensioner. I had the dealership do the complete repair. Within a few days I noticed a squeaking noise and took the car to the dealership and reported the squeaking. They said they could not duplicate the noise. I took it in several more times for maintenance, etc. and each time they could not duplicate the noise. Last week it got worse so I drove it to the dealership on a Friday evening so they would have it Monday morn. The automobile broke down on the way and I had it towed in. I was informed yesterday that my power steering pump had torn away from the timing case. They also said they had never seen this happen and did not have any idea how it could have happened. I reminded them of the noise I had been having since the water pump repair, but they informed me there was no connection. After careful thought, I have contacted 3 other dealerships and 2 certified Mercedes Technicians. I was informed by every one of them, the only way this could have happened is that my power steering pump was not properly installed back after the water pump was installed, that the power steering pump had to be either moved away or taken off in order to put on the water pump. I informed the dealership of these answers and was told this morning that they did not have to touch my power steering pump and that they were not responsible. Has anyone else run into this problem? They are giving me an estimate of over $4000.00.
Heater was working fine one day then it just stopped working, blower works fine. Heater core and valve original equipment.
I went to a german car repair shop and they said I needed a Yah sensor ($1895.00)and new trans ($4,750.00). My car cuts out when you step on the gas and doesn't shift correctly.
One is resting on fuel line. Do I have to replace all of them?
At high speeds, the car wobbles when changing lanes. The car doesn't turn as firmly as it used to, and the roads in Seattle are the worst. Makes me think that all the potholes have finally taken its toll on the struts, and possibly the shocks too.
Have to wait for car to warm up for transmission to engage. Once warm it runs good, except the cruise control will activate by itself.
when starting auto rear hatch door alarm is shown. can reset on steering wheel but that only clears alarm for now.
where is sensor or how can i bypass it
This car is equipped with a back-up "chirper". The chirper sounds whenever the car is in reverse gear. How can I disable this chirping sound?
Shop says timing belt replacement is recommended along with a few other things totaling $945
do I have to replace to whole clutch system? I don't have problems with the gears, doesn't slip, it stays engaged, but my clutch pedal is releasing higher. In first gear there seems to be a little bit of play in the stick but does not come out of gear.
How often do you change the timinig belt?
when i start it on a cold day it makes dis tappin noise sound like it comin from d engine five minutes later it will go away it just started dodoin it
noise it didnt used 2 do dat what u thunk d problem is