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Mercedes-Benz issued a recall of certain C-class and E-class vehicles. A lock nut in the steering rack may break under high load, possibly causing the steering to become stuck in one position.

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Mercedes May Have Cracks in Microweld

This bulletin applies to 2018 Mercedes-Benz CLS550 vehicles. A complaint may involve a single throttle lift-off clunking noise from the side shaft when moving off (audible at the outboard end).

Mercedes Backup Battery

This bulletin applies to 2020 Mercedes-Benz model series 177, 118 and 247. A backup battery message may be displayed in the instrument cluster “Service Required.”

Sweaty Intercooler

This bulletin applies to 2015 Mercedes-Benz C250 vehicles. The check engine light may be on and a misfire or reduced power may be experienced. This may be due to possible accumulation of condensation in the intercooler during long steady drives in areas with high humidity of greater than 70%.

Bad Benz

Mercedes-Benz USA is recalling certain 2016-2017 C300 vehicles.

Cruddy Contacts

This bulletin applies to Mercedes-Benz series 204/212/207/218 as of production year 2013. ESP, BAS, PRE-SAFE Hold function, Hill-Start Assist and ESP trailer stabilization may be unavailable due to a malfunction.

Benz Overfill

On Mercedes-Benz gasoline engines, equipped with an oil level/oil pressure sensor, the instrument cluster indicates that the engine contains too much oil. The cause is likely that the vehicle is mainly driven in the city or used for short frequent trips where engine operating temperature might not be reached.

Mercedes-Benz Recall

Mercedes-Benz has issued a steering rack recall for certain 2015-2016 C300 models and 2017-2019 C300 Cabrio, C300 Coupe, C63 Cabrio, 2018-2019 C300, C350e, C63AMG, 2018 C63S AMG Cabrio, C63 AMG Coupe, C63S AMG, E300, E400 Cabrio, E400 Coupe and 2019 CLD450, E450 Cabrio and E450 Coupe vehicles.

Benz Recall

Mercedes-Benz issued a recall involving a number of 2015-2017 models (example: 2016 C350e) built between February 2014 to February 2017. In the event that the engine or transmission cannot turn over, the starting current limiter may overheat from repeated attempts, potentially melting surrounding components, increasing the risk of fire.

Arnott Introduces New Rear Shocks

Arnott Inc. has introduced new rear shocks for the 2003-2012 Range Rover without VDS and 2003-2009 Mercedes-Benz E-Class and the 2005-2011 CLS-Class models without ADS.