Question about 2007 Mercedes-Benz GL450
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i see, we ask for help and you want to charge us for it. But if we have solved the problem, you want us to tell you how we did it. Well my time is valuable too, i figure it took me about three hours to figure out the problem and fix it, at my hourly rate of $100 an hour, yes i am a business executive that works on his own cars, it will cost you $300 for the answer.
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
I had a similar problem with my 1986 300e , which got progressively worse until the car was no longer driveable, I changed out the fuel pump relay and the problem went away.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
Hi,You need to carefully take out the injectors making sure you don`t break the rubber O rings after depressurising the system,then leave them to soak in petrol overnight,you then need to blow them out with an air blower attached to a compressor,by making a snug fit to the inlet side of the injector,a short blast should make a peeeep noise when you do this ,just a couple of short blasts if you have some carb cleaner spray you can sometimes get the little spray tube in the top of the injector to do the same thing,BE WARNED carb cleaner is very powerful solvent and not nice to you or anything else but is really good at cleaning out injectors so use a rag to catch the spray,I have done this lots of times and is cheaper than new injectors at £120.00 each if they are still no good after cleaning them you will have no choice but to replace them,the fuel distribution heads are also prone for siezeing so you need to check this but if it runs on 6 it should only be the injectors stuck due to dried petrol corrosion inside,Hope it works,let me know
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
1.)its the alarm system cant be nuffin wrong with the starter motor i had i problem i changed the battery put a new one on and it did it so all i did was put a switch on the wire were you connect the battery very time you get in the car switch it on and strat the car in one go but evey time your job is finshed with the car switch it off but your alarm system anit gona work then
2.) but a extra battery pack the ones they use on sound systems in cars
Posted on Mar 29, 2010
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