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Try this first ygere should be two sticking out knobs on the dash you push one to reset milage the other ajusts clock so itsvthe one for the milage reset turn that one either waybthis brightens the lights onbthe dash including the miles back lights ect yhe speakers shouldent make a bit of difference he,s trying to flees you for money any stero should fit any speekers you might not get the quality withbthem being bose speakers but it will sound just as good as any other stero i have kenwood in mine and i swear by them

1995... | Answered on Dec 02, 2017


all you have to do is to call the parts department at your nearest mercedes benz dealer and give them the vin number of your car and the serial number on the radio and they will give you the code, some dealers may ask you to bring the car to them but they will charge you, that is good to do if you don't know how to remove the radio of the car which i believe in that model is by inserting four pins in the holes that the radio has at each corner and the radio pulls out easy. You can buy this keys that are u shaped at any autoparts in the car stereo section and should cost you no more than $5.00 dollars they are supposed to be for Ford cars but they work for Mercedes Benz as well. The dealer should give you the code for free and they will tell you how to enter it on the radio so that is the best inexpensive way to fix it so good luck with your car and please let me know how it went.

1995... | Answered on Sep 24, 2015


It is most likely (99% probability) jammed from dirt and debris over time. you must disassemble and clean the latching mechanism. It is not broken, only jammed.

1995... | Answered on Apr 03, 2015


This sounds like the throttle positioning sensor (TPS) is going out. Could also be a bad O2 sensor or partially blocked EGR valve. Start with the TPS, then got to the O2 and EGR.

1995... | Answered on Jan 24, 2015


check for vacuum leaks at the engine.

1995... | Answered on Dec 02, 2014


SOUND LIKE FAULTY DRL RELAY.

1995... | Answered on Nov 28, 2013


In the back of your owners manual they list approved fluids or approved fluid types. Mercedes has more up to date lists on the websites. Yours should be a Dexron II type but verify with your manual or dealer (call parts department and ask, they will tell you but service manager won't have a clue). You have to double check as the 90's were transitional where they went from the older style fluids to full synthetics in everything.

1995... | Answered on Jun 06, 2013


your fuel pressure between 30-35psi is showing good at the moment. If you due suspect bad fuel pumps try and drive the vehicle with the fuel pressure gauge attached to monitor if it does drop when driving. Also make sure you have spark at all the spark plugs as a bad coil or a bad spark plug connector could be bad. They are available separately. You can also confirm this by doing a resistance check across the ignition wires. The ohm value should be printed on the spark plug connector. Generally they are about 2k ohms. No spark at one cylinder could cause the same symptoms but usually sets a code. The fuel pump will usually sound louder then normal when they are about to fail. Since there are two fuel pumps for the vehicle it is possible one of them is starting to fail. The throttle actuator can also cause drive ability problems but will generally cause the ASR light to come on. I would also look at the distributor caps and rotors as a potential cause as they can cause your symptoms with no check engine light. If possible drive the car with the fuel pressure gauge attached to monitor fuel pressure and with the engine at idle start pulling the spark plug connectors off and on to make sure the engine stumbles every time. Let me know what results you get and I will try to help further diagnose the issue.

1995... | Answered on Mar 01, 2013


The cable on the linkage most likely is broken

1995... | Answered on Jan 24, 2013


The radio station sends information by embedding it in the radio waves before transmitting it through air by its transmitters. This process is called modulation and it is done by changing any of its basic characteristics, frequency or amplitude.


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1995... | Answered on Dec 14, 2012

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