Question about 2003 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
2003 mercedes benz c200 kompressor hatchback
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes cars with timing belts have a schedualed time in service manual for replacement. this is very important if it breaks then you might be replacing engine. when doing timing belt you also have other items like timing belt tensioner and timing belt pulleys as well most of the time the water pump is driven by the timing belt and should be replaced at the same time. also all seals as well cam seals crank seals ect. timing belt is one of the most important items on cars today . great question most people wait untill its to late when it breaks. and what ever shop does it make sure they have a mechanic that does timing belts regulary and that they ask you about all the parts I mentioned to you as well that they clean all factory parts before they go back on.
Posted on May 31, 2009
the key's are special order and they are fairly expensive. Test the voltage in your remote batteries. They should be 3 volts. These systems are very voltage senstive and require a good battery to operate properly. I'm assuming you have the original batteries in the remote now and it is 6 plus years old. These batteries generally last 3 years so it is definatly time if you have not replaced them yet!
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
Most steering wheels are a "press fit", (very tight) but after removing the large nut, in many cases, you will see three vacant threaded holes, find the right size bolt and thread to fit these holes and with a length of at least 2 inches. Turn in all three bolts into the holes keeping the same amount of pressure on all so wheel will come off evenly. (If you run out of threads on bolts you're using..get longer ones.) After work is dont, align steering wheel to it's original position and pound on using a heavy rubber mallet. (Dead-Blow) Just put it on far enough to get large nut back on and finish off the job with it. Hope this helps!
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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