Question about 1995 Mercedes-Benz E-Class
Given that this is an "older" model, have the exhaust checked by a reputable exhaust shop to check for clogged catalytic converters. One way for you to tell is to run the engine (run it around the block if you can), look underneath and see if any component of the exhaust is glowing. If it is, replace the "cats". You can also check the fuel filter which will cause a poor performing engine and an extereme loss of power. This is likely located in the fuel tank. Another item is the transmission being stuck in a higher gear. Use the trans as a last resort. Is there a "check engine" light on? If so, have it scanned for codes. If not, likely "cats" of fuel supply issue. Have the spark plugs ever been changed? If not, give them a look. It could be simply a good "tune up" (change spark plugs/wires). Bosch is highly recomended and not the platinum.
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
First thing to try is changing the fuel filter. It sounds like it's starving for fuel, and causing it to lose power, which also causes the transmission to act up.
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