Question about Mercedes-Benz ML320
Your vehicle has electronic stability control.it uses input from the ABS wheel speed sensors to determine if the brakes are to be applied to any one wheel.it sounds like you have an issue with a caliper that may be jamming up and the vehicle will compensate by braking the wheel in the back to correct the path.The ml320 is an all wheel drive and has a transfer case to give power to the front and rear axles.if there is an axle problem,or transfer case problem,it could cause what you are describing.you need to have the vehicle put up on a hoist and have the drive train and the brakes looked at.
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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