Common Repairs on Mercedes-Benz E Class 2nd Generation Cars

For Mercedes enthusiasts, they know that the Mercedes-Benz W211 series is a great luxury car to own and drive around. Nothing says luxury and comfort than a Mercedes. However, a Mercedes is a car and all cars at some point in time need to have repairs done. If left unchecked, small problems can lead to major repairs and bills. To prevent these major bills from coming your way, we have laid out common problems you may run in with your Mercedes. If you notice any of these issues, be sure to contact a specialist as soon as possible.

Jerking Transmission – A common complaint with this series is that when shifting from first to second gear, they will feel a jerking or jolting sensation. This could be a sign of a problem with the car’s transmission and you should have the system checked out immediately.

A/C Problems – Just like with most cars, you may run into a problem with the climate control system. You may have the A/C produce warm air instead of cold and at some times, may not turn on at all. This could be a sign of an electrical problem. Contact a repair shop to have your refrigerant looked at.

Parktronic Display Sensor Malfunction – The Parktronic system is an array of sensors that help tell the driver of objects while parking. If this system is malfunctioning in the sensor display then you may need to have the system reset.

Fuel Gauge/Range Indicator Problems  – You can bet there is a problem with your gauge if you start to see some weird looking readings on your fuel and range indicators. If you see this then you will need to have your system check out so that you get the proper readings you desire.

Battery Drainage/Alternator Problem – Always schedule regular maintenance to ensure that your battery is working properly and there is no unnecessary drainage. If you are having problems starting your car then you may need to have your alternator checked out as well.

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