Question about 1995 Mercedes-Benz E 230
HOW TO TAKE OUT THE STARTER MOTOR OF A MERCEDES 230E
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The heavy vibration during braking sounds like it is warped disc rotors. This car has disc brakes on all wheels, so it could be one or all of them causing the problem. One way to identify whether it is the front or the rear is to observe the steering wheel while braking and feeling the vibrations. If the steering wheel is shimmying at the same frequency as the vibration, it is almost certain that it is the front. If not it is the rear. Do a visual inspection of your pads and rotors. You will probably see scoring in the rotors. It is a fairly easy do-it-yourself job with improved braking and that smooth Mercedes ride we all love.
Posted on Jul 08, 2010
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