Mercedes-Benz ML320 CDI Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your Mercedes-Benz ML320 CDI
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Mercedes-Benz ML320 CDI ProblemsThe Transmission Drive Selector Module May Fail
The transmission drive selector module may fail resulting in the loss of gear selection capability. This condition can leave the vehicle stranded, and will require replacement of the drive selector module.
The HVAC blower motor may fail. This is commonly caused by water entry through the cabin air filter areas during heavy rain or snow. Failed blower motors should be replaced. Our technicians tell us there is no special fix for this issue at this time.
The engine may stall or not start due to a failed crankshaft position sensor. Replacing the failed sensor should correct this issue.
Mercedes-Benz ML320 CDI QuestionsDo you have to have a MB brake pad when changing the pads? And Brake Wear Ind (1 answer)
I changed my Rotors and Pads because the Brake Wear indicator came on. I upgraded to Slotted & Dimpled Rotors. I didn't change the Brake Wear Indicators so I was going to have MB dealer do it and they say I have to have MB Brake pads and change the Brake Waer sensors. And want like $600 t...
The lift gate functions normally but the final electric latch no longer engages, the door is fully closed and there are no obstructions.
the balloons refuse to lift
Mercedes-Benz ML320 CDI RecallsMercedes–Benz Recalls 2008 Vehicles for Defect in Power Steering Oil Pressure Driving Pin
Mercedes–Benz is recalling certain 2008 GL-Class, M-Class, and R-Class vehicles for a possible defect in the driving pin used to control power steering oil pressure. If the pin breaks during normal vehicle turning, the steering assist will no longer operate, causing difficulty operating the steering wheel. Dealers will replace the steering gear in affected vehicles.
The Diesel engine may stall and not restart due to a faulty crankshaft sensor. Dealers will replace the sensor free of charge to correct the problem.