Question about 2000 Mercedes-Benz E-Class
Posted by Anonymous on
Take it back to the garage that repaired it if its this bad it should never of left there with all these dangerous problems it should have been road tested and checked before letting customers behind the wheel threatenbthem with legal action if its not done properley contact your ins ad i think they would have something to say about it as if its an insurance repair they should have regesterd companys to do these repairs
Posted on Nov 07, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
BAS is the Brake Assist System and if there is a malfunction it would only come into play in an Emergency stop while applying full pressure. BAS applies full braking force because people tend to lighten up their pressure on the pedal in these situations. I would suggest that the best thing to do is go to a Workshop or Service Center and have it checked out. Please remember to put a good rating on my profile.
Posted on Jun 26, 2008
SOURCE: 2003 Mercedes benz e320 brakes
It is imperative that you loosen the caliper bleed screw BEFORE you push the piston back into the caliper. Failure to do so WILL damage the ABS hydraulics.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
Its probably not a fuse issue as that would affect both sides.
when you replace a blub especially the brake lights it is possible to deform that nice flat panel of metalic strips and if you look carefully it sometimes breaks the plastic pins on which it sits, this causes poor connection to the functional bulb, the soloution is easy, get a small piece of card and fold it over till its about 2-3 mm thick then wedge it behind the panel of strips (top outside corner for brake light) and hey presto the light should work again, top tip use an umbrella and the electric seat to make sure the brake pedal is deppressed to check if alone.
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
It's typically the motors or the special drive tubes that it uses. If you here a clicking noise then the sunroof became to tight and ruined the motor gears. You can actually switch the two motors, one is for the shades and needs less power then the other motor. They are identical, switch them. Nex make sure they are very tight to the 3 mounting bolts, there is a rubber washer bushing that wears out and alloys the motor to flex too much, causing the gear mis-alignment and gear grinding. This works great I do it all the time.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
i take youve changed the hand brake shoes in the disc as you say the cable, have you adjusted the shoes through the wheel stud hole.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
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