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1999 Mercedes CLK320 Transmission won't change gears! put in new conductor plate, no change still the same What now?

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SOURCE: 1999 mercedes benz clk320

Yes could be Bearing.
But if you have the ABS and BAS lights.
The first estep is : Raise the car with a jack and.
Rotate the tire to see if the bearing is good or not.
Check the condittion of the brakes,
With a bad bearing the ABS And BAS light can come ON.
Move the tire with your hand side by side to check the tie rod ends...

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SOURCE: dodge ram 2500 transmission makes noise that comes and goes.

sounds like inspection cover to trans hitting flexplate

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SOURCE: how change bulb transmission gear box ford esct 1999

try to see if they have your car listed for diagrams pictures and step by step instructions if your car is not listed then try your local library they have all the car manuals and even copy them for you

Posted on Mar 20, 2009

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SOURCE: I no longer have the manual for my 1999 mercedes

need to notify me/be dealer for code call first they will ask you for radio number they can tell u where on radio it is or how to retrieve it from radio and vin number than they usually tell u to come in with id

Posted on Jan 21, 2010

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SOURCE: how to change a serpentine belt clk320 2003

just put a socket and rachet on the bolt for the tensioner pulley and move the tensioner to the right to loosen the slack on the belt.

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Got a code po705, replaced the conductor plate and plug with new ones.

This code is for a Transmission range sensor. Which can cause a vehicle to shift properly or go into gear correctly. Here are the problems that could cause that to malfunction.
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I have a 2004 Mercedes Benz CLK320 don't know why

Try using the second key if you have one. Does the key not working look like it is bent? The ignition cylinder may just be worn to the point that it needs to be replaced.

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Problem with the 1999 Mercedes-Benz CLK Clk320 asr/bas light on

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Toyota Vista SV50 model / year 1999: I have used Dextron type 2 automatic fluid in the auto transmission. Could this be the problem for auto gears sticking in same gear too long when car is started in...

Hi, since you use a dextron type 2 automatic fluid then it is not cause of the sticking gear. Rather it should be as a result of a clogged transmission filter. A clogged transmission filtercan cause problems with changing gears because it will not allow the fluid to pass through the valve body or valve solenoids at the proper pressure. Without pressure, the plates won't move properly and you won't be able to easily change gears. This can be symptomatic either by itself or along with burnt or worn out transmission fluid, and both should generally be replaced at the same time, rather than just replacing one or the other.

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Shifting funny , sometimes acts like it does not down shift after slowing down , has gone into the safe mode several times , could this be the the ETC?

do u have a check engine light on? does it shift hard when you put it in drive. does it go in the limp mode ? it is usually the conductor plate in the transmission. it is called the electrics kit by mercedes. it is in the valvebody of the transmission. not hard to replace.

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