Question about 1998 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
My vehicle seems to hv lost accelerating power. I hv changed the fuel oil pump and it has improved.
However, the problem persist again. Any solution?
You may either have a partially clogged Catalytic converter or you may have a MAF Sensor (mass airflow sensor) going bad. When it seems to loose power, does it want to backfire through the intake? If it does, most likely the MAF Sensor is going bad. If the car seems to drive just fine at first then starts loosing power gradually while you're driving, the Catalytic converter is most likely partially clogged.
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