Question about 1999 Mercedes-Benz E-Class
Class a 170dci 1999, it is leaking oil, the oil is on the admission and it’s spread to the rear of the engine, it is not a lot, actually the oil level is ok, but I want to know what is going on?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You cannot accuratly check the freon level without compressor engaged. Without car running that needle better be pegged or its low. Charge with car running with dials set to max cool with fan speed on hi. Slowly while charging with compressor engaged bring it up to 2K rppms while filling. Should take around 3 cans. Get the stuff with stop leak.
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If you're after radio code, you need to contact a Benz dealer and provide your VIN#. Dealer is only source for anti theft radio codes.
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