Question about 1990 Mercedes-Benz E-Class
Sounds like a bad ground somewhere. With a 1995 MB looks like you are an owner of the dreaded wiring harness issues. Check you engine wiring harness, upper and lower and if you see cracked falling apart insulation then it must be replaced. Go to buymbparts.com and talk to Rusty and hell try and give you the best deal on those. Pretty easy to replace for a Do It Yourselfer but a little costly for a mechanic. If yours are good pull out the gage cluster by grabbing firmly on the flats on each side and pull straight towards you. The ground wires are bolted behind it. Unbolt, wire brush and rebolt.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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