Question about 2001 Mercedes-Benz S-Class
If they told you that the reprogramming is good then ask for a warrantee so you do not need to take it back to them…knowing Mercedes If anyone played with the programming it will keep coming back this is a temp fix and you need to know what happen to cause it I did the same with my car and I forced them to give me my money back…ask them to give you something in print. let me know Again thank you for giving me this opportunity to assist you Please see that grant me your approvals by rating my service and I hope that I can serve you again the future.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
I would say yes. Unless you changed a battery or had arc welding around the car there is no reason for the ECU to stumble like that.
It could have been something different like a loose connection or water in the wires that shorted the brain out. At least it was salvageable.
Try to remember if you drove in a flood or unusual place.
You might try another dealer for service bulletins on the problem or the NTHSA site for defects on your vehicle. Good Luck
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