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Test the vehicle's battery voltage and rate of charge. Sometimes a low voltage may cause issues in Mercs.
Posted on Nov 06, 2012
Testimonial: "Thanks Jamie, I just got a brand new battery, do you think the new battery would have something to do with the shaking? If so, how do I get the voltage of the battery fixed, or is there such a thing that can be done?"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The next time it starts shaking and acting up its the time to have a fuel pressure test, or maybe if you can't remember the last time the fuel filter been chg. do that and see if it dosent run any better. Could be filter getting cloged up, or maybe pump getting weak and dosent show up until its run a while and has got warm.
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
Is the AC on? The compressor can take alot of power and make it lope. Engine mounts can make it shake. coils, cap, rotor and wires for tune up at a minimum. EZL if you can find one cheap. MAF also can cause issue. If it is a 1991-1995 check the engine wiring harness as they get brittle and degrade.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
First I would check the fuel shut off switch, push down on the red button, switch is located in trunk. Make sure you are getting fuel and fuel pump fuse is ok. You can remove fuel line from fuel filter and turn key on to see if fuel comes out of hose and also get a glass jar and take a fuel sample to see if anything is in fuel. Sounds like you may be having a fuel problem.
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
SOURCE: steering wheel violently shakes.
that is usually caused by bad engine mount this condition usually changes the distance of the cv joint and the differential which cause the cv joint to shake. also check your ball joints.
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
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