Question about 1994 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
The w202 has a problem with the needle sticking before spending a fortune removing tanks ect remove the clocks and speedo remove steering wheel remember to take off battery as your srs light will need reseting (more money ) remove the panel under the steering wheel and push out the cluster at the back there is a harness looks a bit like a scart lead on a dvd player take this off and remove cluster with a small screw driver remove the locking tabs and remove the front glass the needle sticks by bulding up a static charge and basically turning the needle into a magnet making it stick get a small sharp knife and scrap the paint of the small pin wich the needle sits on do this with all the needles as it will start doing it with them all then just fit every thing in reverse this should solve the problem mine did this and it drove me nuts but this seamed to solve the problem before taking it all to bits try smacking the dash on the side near the fuel Gage it might unstick it hope this makes sence good luck
Posted on Mar 27, 2015
Float unit need changing and its in the tank
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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