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My check engine light went on and my repair guy told me that I have a broken flapper that cannot be fixed. How much should that cost?

I have a CLK 500. 2006. how much should the broken flapper cost me?

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What is a flapper never heard of one of these had a look on ebay if its for the throttle body fuel flap there on ebay for 85 to 120 dollers

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Well, it could be either and oxygen sensor or a knock sensor.

Oxygen sensor monitors O2 levels in the exhaust.

The knock sensor listens for engine pinging and adjusts the timing as needed.

Prices vary on repair. I would recommend having the owner of the car either show you something from a repair shop that has the sensor name written, or take the car to a parts store that offers free code scanning and see what comes up.

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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

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