Question about 2003 Mercedes-Benz CL-Class
Apparently the plugs on my van need replacing to turn off the pre heat light on my dashboard .im not silly but im not a mechanic plus i dont have a workshop manual .is it to risky to attempt?
This is a Diesel van -- Glow plugs are not too terribly hard to replace, and as long as you disconnect the battery first when replacing them you shouldn't have a problem (except for maybe some access issues - It is a Van) - So yeah, if you can get to them - go for it - you won't hurt anything (Provided you do not cross thread anything) and you can always stop or put them back if you feel uncomforttable...Best of luck...
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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In the past the head had to come off a previous van, I have been told that if they have not been changed in a long time they may not come out. I'm using easy start at present as I can't afford the head off.
Posted on Nov 18, 2011
Merc glowplugs have a tendency to "mushroom" inside the cylinders, making removal a full head-off job.
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
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