Question about 1998 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
First you will need a generic obd2 reader in order to see what codes are stored in the ecm. If I'm not mistaken autozone will check it for free and give you a code like P0453, P and 4 digits #s with this information you will know what area the trouble is located. Still some testing will need to be done in order to pinpoint the trouble. It is very important that you write down all the DTCs (diagnostic trouble code)s in order to find the solution to your problem.
The "Check Engine" light will turn on when emissions out of the tail pipe exceed 1.5 times the federal limit. Any number of thing can cause the light to come on and not show any driveability symptoms, a common cause is leaving the gas cap loose after a fill up. I hope find this information helpful, More information is needed on your part to go further in finding a solution to your problem.
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
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