Question about 2004 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
Unfortunately the climate control system in your car is totally electronic. the outside temperature system is related to the other problems, most likely there is a problem with the climate control computer, but it could be many things in the system that has gone haywire, there is not any thing you can do to the system with out a scan tool, you might be able to go to autozone and see if they can retrieve the trouble codes from the climate control computer. but not all autozone's can get info from Mercedes-Benz they are kind of a breed of there own, good reliable cars but very difficult to work on and Mercedes very reluctant to give any info on their computer systems to anyone other then there certified dealers.and if you are not very careful with the electronics you can do even more damage they are very sensitive to static electricity.i would not recommend trying to repair the system yourself......sorry
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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