1997 Mercedes-Benz C280 Questions

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Checked fuel lines, car was getting gas. Checked battery and had corrosion.
im trying to figure out how much im going to have to pay for a wheel alignment
how do i check to see if the wire is plugged in?
I must turn the light switch past the diagram picture to work
Can not open trunh
at first the motor wasn't running then it hit a bump and turned on and now it won't turn off
Not a big issue on this, just want to make sure it remains a small problem. The high beam lever on the steering column works fine when you push it forward as it's supposed to, but when you pull it back toward you for just a quick flash of high beams it no longer works. It used to, it stopped one day, I always have oncoming vehicles flash at me, I guess my headlights are bright and they think I have my hi-beams on, I have had my lights checked and adjusted twice and I still get flashed at night. I used to pull the lever towards me to show them "these are my high beams" but it stopped working... Like I said, not a major issue but would like to know why it stopped and how to fix it.. Anyone else with a 1997 C-280 have this problem? Thanks.
Replaced the lock and cylinder and a new battery.Turn the ignition on and the starter starts to engage than the lights on dash come on,than there is nothing.What could be the problem?
I hit a curb while trying to park and I need to replace the oil pan. Is there any way i can avoid doing this without using an engine lift, and if i need one, what do i have to disconnect from the engine if anything? Thank you. This is in a Mercedes-Benz C280 1997.
I hit a curb while trying to park and i put a whole in the oil pan. It needs to be replaced and I am trying to avoid going to a shop, I there any way that i can do this without lifting the engine with an engine lift? Thank you.
tranny shifts up and then shifts back even when stepping on itr
There's nothing come out when I put the A/C on, but I always see water come out underneath the blower motor.
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