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C200k coupe 2002model

I have been having a problem with acceleration for a while now. They have changed the air mass filter but the problem is still there. They have cheched the kompressor and it works fine. I have paid so much money for nothing. Can you help me out! I love this car.

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  • franky786wot Jan 26, 2009

    i have a mercedes c200 coupe 2002 plate i parked the car last night on my drive fine locked it and in the morning when i go to unlock it nothing is happening ive pressed the key fob like hundreds times nothing its not unlocking the car i dont get it does anyone think that battery is dead??? if that was the case how comes the security light and alarm light inside the car is still flashing ive even tried my security key that u get to open the car with even thats not opening i go to turn the key it wont turn its so weird please i need help other wise ill get mugged of by mercedes dealers and ppl know what sort of lovely ppl they are.

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Did the car go to a Mercedes Benz dealer for the repairs ? if no then was the air flow meter replaced with a geniune meter or was a cheap alternative off the internet costing £35?
If it was the cheap alternative then you will need to either buy one from Mercedes or find a Bosch agent near you and buy one there.
The air flow meter is self adapting so no need to reset with star etc.
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Benz is a club of its own /the benz service dealer is god and you pay large and they keep the repair information so top secret that it is hard to second guess them or question there repairs,they can bill you and you never see a improvement and you return and they charge you again for some other repair out of all the cars in the world benz takes first place for this good luck nobody knows the car better than the dealer, you may want to research a corner shop repair specializing in benz and get the one to one relationship for youself, COULD BE A FUEL SYSTEM PROBLEM ,PRIMING FUEL PUMP OR FUEL PUMP OR CLOGGED FUEL STRAINER IF IT DOES NOT HAVE A FUEL FILTER

Posted on Nov 22, 2008

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