Question about 2005 Mercedes-Benz Mercedes Benz E320 Cdi
About a month ago while driving on a freeway, my suv lost power and died. It rolled to the side of the freeway and after about 10 minutes I restarted. Everything was fine except the 'check engine light" was on. I drove it directly to the dealership and was told that it was a fuel sensor that showed that I was below fuel level. there was over half a tank. The service tech cleared and reset the computer. About 3 days later, again I was on the freeway and I slowed to turn off and the suv lost power, when I tried to speed up again, there was no power until I got up to about 100 kilometers an hour. the vehicle work Ok at that speed and after slowing again the same thing happened again until I got up to speed again. I returned it to the service tech and now they are telling me it may be electrical, it may be the motor to the the exhaust system. they just want to replace parts until they get to the part that is causing the problem. Do you have any idea what can be the problem
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Have you check the transmission fluid level? It sounds like it is low. You might not have a dipstick in that unit. I'd add at least 2 quarts and test drive it.
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
Hi, this will happen when the oil sending unit(module) is malfunctioning. This a sensor that reads the information and sends the alerts which initiates the lights actions. Replacing this sending unit(module) will fix this issue. There is a more sever issue that may not be the case but, there is a chance. The oil pump itself may be malfunctioning. this could also trigger this alert as well. I suspect the sending unit may be malfunctioning.
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Posted on Mar 18, 2009
might have a vacuum leak. 2005 c class 230 kompressors have issues with the engine vent hoses under the intake manifold deteriorating and coming completely apart. This will cause mixture adaptations to max out and can cause missfires. Usually it sets a check engine light when it gets bad enough. There is a factory recall to replace these hoses, so check with mbz to see if your car has an open recall
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
hi, unfortunately this is one of them how longs a piece of string things, you could purchase a code reader reset the error code but, what you have to think of is what caused it to do it in the first place, accelerating to hard should not cause an error ( i do it all the time in my car lol ) but it might be related to the 02 sensor getting to much unburnt fuel passing it which would cause the engine light to come on, though if the car is running as normal i doubt that will be the issue, i would myself on a car like that take it to the main dealer and get them to check it out, as buying an inexpensive code reader might not cut the mustard with this one, and parts being as dear as they are for merc's i would play on the safe side, spend a few bucks to save a load...sorry not much help
Posted on Mar 25, 2010
Have a problem with my A/C. was leaking not holding proper charge. When that happens the Eoconomy light comes on and can't turn it off until system is prpoerly charged. Is their a reset on this system to turn that off once the proplem is corrected?
Posted on Oct 15, 2010
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