Question about 1999 Mercedes-Benz E-Class
Daryl, fuse #59 in the driver's side fuse box under the hood powers your starter relay. Attached is a pic of your starter relay, which could also be the reason your starter isn't engaging.
Also check the fuse for your starter relay and it's holder (polish off deposits)
Posted on Aug 18, 2016
SOURCE: service c light is on
it's time to go to the shop.
probably tire rotation
tune up either check up or perform.
do not go to a cheap place it will cost you lots more.
inspection of suspension, fluids, lubrication.
probably brake fluid flush.
probably coolant flush
possibly tranny service
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
hello,can you post your chassis number,so i could help you regarding your wiper motor,because 1994 model have different version,ty
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
SOURCE: 2005 mercedes benz 320 diesel
These instructions will work from 09/01/2003 and up 211 Model E Class Mercedes
1. Insert igntion key, switch to position "1"
2. press the page button (looks like a page in front of another page. Use the one with the writing on the rear page) on the steering wheel controls repeatedly until the mileage is displayed within the multifunction display.
3. Press the cluster illumination button 3 times in short succession. The battery voltage will be displayed.
4. Press the up or down arrow buttons until the service menu appears.
5. Use the + and - buttons to select the menu option "confirm"
6. Press the page button on the steering wheel until " complete service" is selected.
7. Confirm "Complete Service" with Page Button. The display will show "Service Confrimed"
Posted on May 29, 2009
SOURCE: timing marks
this is an easy one to time. the timing mark for the crank is 0 degrees-do not attempt to tum crank if cam timing is out. there is no distributor on this engine-it is advanced with your intake camshaft. The intake camshaft is the only tricky part to time. Be very careful because at 2500 rpm this cam actually moves forward via cam advance solenoid. It will hit your crank if not timed properly! so with your crank at o degrees-camshafts out of head if you need to turn engine to line up crank-on the exhaust cam(your left)behind the gear(on flange) there will be a hole big enough to put a small punch in that will line up with the top of the deck surface on the outer side(to the left). Now on your intake cam(your right) it will be just the opposite. the hole on the back side of the gear flange will line up on the right with the to p the deck surface. once in line hold intake cam and turn the gear(advancer) all the way to the right)-very important. You will have to start with you intake(put chain on) then line up your exhaust and install timing chain tensioner. always turn engine 360 degrees and recheck before you proceed. At least your at top dead center and you can visually see the lobes on both cams mostly straight up. hope I have been helpful.
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
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