Question about 1999 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
Hi, do you mean that your cars cooling system boils and a lot of steam escapes? This could be caused by a number of things and I would never attempt to diagnose an engine problem without looking at the vehicle in person but most likely from your vague description I would suggest that you have either a head gasket blown or your head is cracked, both of which require experienced diagnosis and rectification. Make sure your radiator is full of water (only fill when cold, never when hot) and take it to a reputable mechanic who will tell you what is wrong. I hope this helps
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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