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Loss of power in Merc Engine 220 Classic SE

Coolant warning sign coming on dashboard- loss of power in engine- Mercedes 2003 220 Classic SE Diesel Auto

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  • VMV1968 Jan 16, 2009

    I have a A-CLASS 170CDI with the same problem. Leak of cooling liquid and loss of power sometimes. But I've checked the cooling liquid compartment and there's no "milk with chocolate" yet.

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Alternator not givinging enough power or as they might call it the gernerator is failing replace accordingly

check to make sure your head gasket didnt blow out
by dropping the oil in oil pan if choclate milk looking head gasket gone

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by dropping the oil in oil pan if choclate milk looking head gasket gone

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