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Ml 320cdi loses power and drives at low speed. They fixed it. something to do with the gear box. but now the engine gear change does not sound right and the original sound of the V6 is gone. any similar problems

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I think it might have something to do with the cruse control stick,,but if u turn off the car and restart it wil go away,,,??

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