Question about 2007 Mercedes-Benz ML320 CDI
Under the hood. To the back of the fuse box you will find 40 and 41. They are not picked out in white like the rest, so you need to look closely to see the numbers.
Posted on Oct 23, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
About four things to do, first check voltage at horn with key on and button pressed. If voltage there try moving the small gap screw back and fourth a few times. If that doen't work replace horn. If no voltage check fuse and horn relay, you should be able to hear the relay click when you push the horn button, If not and fuse is ok. Switch relay out with another on on the car. If that doesn't fix it check the horn button for continuity.
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
Horn and heater may be fuse related. The headrests have nothing to do with fuses. The switch is bad or going that way for the seat or the motors for the headrests are out.
The horn fuse spin it, or replace as corrosion from aluminum fuses cause problems. I suggest replacing them all with new copper barrel fuses. The blower motor fan is a strip fuse on the driver side strut mount in a tootsie roll sized case.
Posted on Apr 15, 2010
Seek out another mechanic. White smoke from the exhaust is a symptom of coolant entering the combustion chamber. Most of the time this is caused by a blown head gasket. A loss of coolant with no apparent leak, a white foamy substance on the underside of the oil fill cap, oil level overfull, and air bubbles escaping from the radiator are other symptoms of a blown gasket or cracked head. Stop driving this vehicle until you have this diagnosed and repaired. A compression test will verify this. Serious engine damage will occur if you indeed have an internal leak so make sure one way or the other.
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
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