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Big01 Dram

Pekin, IL

Graduated Nashville Auto Diesel College 2008. Like to help ppl keep their cars on the road.


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I would guess you are still covered under warranty. I would go to dealer.


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There could be more than 1 cause for this. Can you get more info like codes for me?


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if you jump started the car wrong anything could have happened. You need to find a mechanic. Just to much for me to try to walk you through. try checking the systems out that the fuses are blowing for.


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Sounds like you need a brake light switch.


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Not heard anything like you are describing before. Can you got to a parts store and have them scan for codes? With codes I could help more.


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You either have a bad radio or a wiring issue. Can you pull the radio out and inspect the wire harness for loose or damaged wires?


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Im guessing you have looked in the owners manual. I cant find the procedure to do it.Will it not keep time even after you pull the fuse at 11:59? You might have a wiring or radio issue.


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I would worry if the oil light came on while the engine was running. Otherwise as long as you are reading dipstick right and it shows oil in the hash marks you should be ok.


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Several things could cause a whine noise. New tires can be bad. Your best bet is to take it back to who did the work and have them inspect the work. Does the noise change or go away while turning? It could be a bearing.


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Does it seem to still be leaking? Could just be a design flaw that even MBZ can have from time to time. If engine is clean I wouldnt worry too much.


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