Question about 2001 Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2001 CLK 430 A/C Problem
Hi Joe here,
The problem with your a/c is a sensor. Most likely the pressure sensor. You need to have the vehicle scanned to find out which sensor it is.
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
these displays ared l.c.d. displays and what happens is over time the vacuum pack on the crystal element ruptures and get air in the tube and that part of the display is ruined permanently.I'm not sure if your saying that there are pieces missing or if the whole display is blank. If there are peices missing the only way to fix it is to repkace the instrument cluster. If they are blank it is very likley it is either the backlighting bulb or the dimmer switch. If you take a blanket and cover your display and can see the display very dimmly try replacing your back lighting bulbs- hopefully it is just your backlighting because the clusters are about 1,000 dollars and have to be special ordered with your mileage engraved in the new unit.
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
did you recently have a dead battery? Either way try to resynchronize your windows (i'm not sure if you meant front window or rear quarter window). If you hold the window switch in the up position(car running and door closed) untill window reaches the top and continue to hold for 10 seconds the window will reprogram itself. try both front windows. This system is complicated and is best diagnosed via s.d.s. diagnostic machine. I will give you a couple of other possible easy remedies. If your vehicle is equiped with a ski window in the rear trunk panal the door must be shut, also your cargo cover must be shut and plastic lid secured. There are numerous micro switches that input to your soft top control unit-any one could cause the top to be inop. Check to make sure the switch on the cargo cover( retractable cover in trunk) is secured to it's housing, they do periodically fall off. Also if your roll bar ( rear head rests ) has been mechanically deployed You must hold the switch in the up position untill the rams lock back into the roll bar-does the roll bar operate? Always operate top with vehicle running because they are very voltage dependent. Your owners manual will explain how to manually raise top and some simple operation and repair remedies. If you are knowledgable about automotive electrical systems you can disconnect both leads from the battery and touch them together to drain the capacitors and it may reset the module( do not attempt if you are not knowledgable with automotive electricity because there are many things that can go wrong. hopefully I have been helpful.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
SOURCE: Mercedes CLK Exhaust problem
hi, the problem you are having sounds like the exhaust hasnt been ligned up properly when it has been fitted.
Or it could even be that the rubbers the exhaust rests on could be worn and need replacing.
If you hold the end of your exhaust at the back of the car give it a shake and see how tight it is, their should only be slight left to right movement if their is alot of movement then get the rubbers looked at. If their is only slight movement then the chances are the exhaust has not been lined up properly when it was fitted.
If your car had no problem before then the chances are it is the exhaust so i would check its ligned up and also check all the exhaust mounts are in place and that the rubber clamps holding the exhaust to the car are not worn as to much wear can cause the exhaust to vibrate.
One other thing to look at is the heat shield just above the exhaust if this has been bent then this could be touching your exhaust slightly causing the vibration this can be bent back so it is not touching the exhaust.
Let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
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