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may be you have applied the emergency brakes. or else brakes are stuck. see if you can drive reverse

Mercedes-Benz... • Answered on May 03, 2021

First, activate the rearward switch while pushing the seat towards the back to release the motor. Try it a couple of times. If motor does not get released. The front seat needs to be removed, turned upside down and the Front Power Group Motor Assembly activated to see if now it can be released, if the rear motor still doesn't get released, then the Power Group Motor Assembly will have to be removed from the seat and the rearward motor from the assembly. I would need an email address to send you the Diagrams of the power seat control motors, exploded views of the seat and systems and location of the fasteners to be removed to to perform the job. This site only allows images smaller than 150k, so the quality of the image gets compromised.

Mercedes-Benz... • Answered on May 01, 2021

probably a leak in the air line to that door, therefore not reaching pressure.
The central locking should work on compressed air
would need to strip door panel down and check lines and listen for air leaks when operated

2002... • Answered on Apr 21, 2021

Could you supply chassis number so I can have a look?

2007... • Answered on Apr 16, 2021


Mercedes-Benz... • Answered on Apr 05, 2021

the problem is due to your engine temperature sensor which is by fault sense the tempt high, which instruct the fuel injector to give lean fuel ratio to the engine and cause your engine hunting and shut off.on normal condition it sense tempt hi when u already hav enough rich fuel inside your engine thats why it try to reduce your fuel ratio.

2005... • Answered on Mar 16, 2021

I am driving a Mercedes E200Cgi. The dashboard gives me a red signal that says stop violent switch of engine

2001... • Answered on Mar 06, 2021

Hi peed sensor in Transmission error need to replace it.

Mercedes-Benz... • Answered on Mar 05, 2021

P0763 MERCEDES-BENZ Shift Solenoid 'C' Electrical > p0763_mercedes-benz
The P0763 code is detected when the gear required by the ECM does not match the actual gear when vehicle is driven. Possible Symptoms. Engine Light ON (or ... Missing: E430 ‎saying

Diagnostic Trouble OBD Code P0763 - > p0763-obd-ii-trouble-code-shift-soleno...
The trouble code P0763 can be defined as Shift Solenoid C Electrical. This diagnostic fault code is a generic powertrain code, which means that it would apply to ... Missing: 2001 ‎Mercedes ‎E430 ‎saying

Mercedes Fault Codes and What They Mean - Burdi Motorworks > 2017/12/26 > common-mercedes-fa...
Dec. 26, 2017 - Common Mercedes Fault Codes That Trigger Your Warning Lights. Posted on Last updated ... P0763, Shift Solenoid C Electrical. P0764, Shift ...

P0763 Shift Solenoid C Electrical - > ...
The purpose of the Shift Solenoid Circuit is for the PCM to monitor the shift solenoids to manage the movement of fluid between various hydraulic circuits and ...

Mercedes-Benz... • Answered on Feb 27, 2021

I would replace the switch itself. It is likely dirty or faulty

2007... • Answered on Feb 20, 2021

Mercedes-Benz... • Answered on Feb 10, 2021

There is a problem with the air-ride system, or the active body control system.

Is the car sitting lower than normal?

2003... • Answered on Jan 24, 2021

I realize this question was asked nearly 2 yrs ago, but for someone else's benefit, Ill add suggestions. The symptom of shuddering during acceleration can be caused by several things: Mass Air Flow sensor; air escaping the charge air system (follow the plumbing from the turbo through the aluminum pipe down the front through the intercooler on the right side, out the intercooler on the passenger side and up into the air intake looking for oily areas where pressurized air may be escaping. On the exhaust side, a gasket in the manifold, turbo, or further back in the catalyst or DPF may also be contributing. Also, on the DPF, there is a pressure differential sensor. Also, EGR valve, EGR cooler, EGR plumbing and finally air intake may be coked up with carbon - if that is the case, you need to remove both air intakes (painful job) and clean them - while at it, replace the the butterfly valve connectors with aluminum connectors from the internet and be done with the plastic ones, and the motor that connects them. Further, the turbo actuator may have failed - without more sophisticated Mercedes-specific diagnostic equipment, this is a very difficult condition to diagnose, but you and a friend can generally rev the engine to around 2k rpm and look for leaks and sprays.

Mercedes-Benz... • Answered on Jan 24, 2021

No simple answer, but I would suspect loss of fuel pressure. Scanning for error codes would be a good place to start.

Mercedes-Benz... • Answered on Jan 20, 2021

I'm assuming you are refering to the EDC light? Do you have any other lights on the dashboard? EDC stands for 'Engine Diesel Control'. This is the electronics for the fuel supply system. First check the silly stuff. Is there plenty of Fuel in the vehicle? (Yes, I've done that!). When was the Vito given last given a Major Service? Sometimes an old, clogged Fuel filter can cause the light as the electronics is reading a poor fuel supply or water contamination in the filter housing. Get the filters and fluids changed and see if that helps.

Mercedes-Benz... • Answered on Jan 11, 2021

It is a very well known issue. Mercedes are no longer the cars that they were before 1990. Lots of help here. ..

2006... • Answered on Jan 09, 2021

I need to find the positions of where each cylinder is located on 2001 c320

2003... • Answered on Dec 25, 2020

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