1989 Mercedes-Benz Mercedes Benz 500 Class - Page 6 - Answered Questions & Fixed issues

I am not familiar with the model so I can't accurately answer your question.
There has been a number of European transmissions that weren't fitted with an oil filler/level plug, some were fitted with a level plug in the integral differential/final drive housing but the transmission shouldn't be filled through these. There have also been transmissions with no drain plug.

Many of these had to be drained and then refilled from the top of the casing by removing the breather or speedo drive and if no level plug was provided filling was by a measured quantity.

It is advisable to obtain good model specific information before you proceed.

Mercedes-Benz... | Answered on May 06, 2019 | 30 views

Not brake sensor but brake switch can cause that, its located behind the brake booster in the engine compartment, make when you apply brake your lights comes on, if they don't come on then you have a bad switch or a blown brake fuse and this will cause the gear lever locked in park

Mercedes-Benz... | Answered on May 02, 2019 | 20 views

Hi, there yes the brake switch is right behind on the brake booster in the engine compartment low/ down on the brake booster

Mercedes-Benz... | Answered on May 02, 2019 | 31 views

valve is in expansion tank cap

Mercedes-Benz... | Answered on Apr 25, 2019 | 64 views

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Mercedes-Benz... | Answered on Apr 10, 2019 | 745 views

For Old Models of Mercedes-Benz: The traditional digital clock on older Mercedes-Benz models will be changed by the press of 2 buttons. They are either close together on the radio console or spread far apart on the driver's display behind your wheel. On the radio, 1 button will add hours, and the other will add minutes. On the driver's display, you need to hold the left button down. That will cause either the hours or minutes on the digital clock to flash. Then, the right button will change the time. Hold the left button down again to switch from hours to minutes to off.
For New Models of Mercedes-Benz: Most recent Mercedes-Benz models will have a digital screen above their transmission. Sometimes it has menu buttons on the side, other times it is a touchscreen. Luxury cars should be packed with technology and convenience of course. These are used for either basic sound systems or more complex infotainment systems. Simply go to your home menu, find the settings, and go into the display. You should easily be able to find the clock and time settings and then change them. Additionally, depending on your model, some infotainment systems are connected to satellite and/or internet data and may change the time automatically for your ease and comfort.

Mercedes-Benz... | Answered on Apr 10, 2019 | 150 views

Transmission Range Sensor "A" Circuit (PRNDL Input) Check the wiring from the selector lever sensor.

Mercedes-Benz... | Answered on Apr 06, 2019 | 25 views

If you're finding it difficult to service/repair your car, get one of those online manuals. You'll not have to wait for others to answer, or rely on mechanics and all. Plus i know a website that sells very cheap but very very good manuals online, without expiry i.e. for lifetime.
for this u can try reliable-store which is pretty good

Mercedes-Benz... | Answered on Apr 05, 2019 | 27 views

cooling down time required indicates an over heat problem even if the gauges do not show it to you get that looked into

Mercedes-Benz... | Answered on Apr 02, 2019 | 25 views

It should have fuse identification on the cover of the fuse box......should be a 5 amp fuse......

Mercedes-Benz... | Answered on Mar 27, 2019 | 23 views

Disconnect the injectors individually!

Mercedes-Benz... | Answered on Mar 24, 2019 | 37 views

Try a Mercedes Parts Dealer. You might have to see your bank Manager first. I would imagine the part wont be cheap.

Mercedes-Benz... | Answered on Mar 22, 2019 | 130 views

Hi, from what I have read, Mercedes Benz have their power steering reservoir under a plastic plenum. So you will need to remove this plenum to access the power steering reservoir. Best of luck!

Mercedes-Benz... | Answered on Mar 20, 2019 | 37 views

Get all the knowledge you need to know and how to fix it with the help of service and repair manual with diagram and you will get the manual from the given link https://toolsnyou.com

Mercedes-Benz... | Answered on Mar 30, 2019 | 43 views

Spray some starter fluid into the throttle body. If it starts, you have a fuel system problem. Check fuses and relays and the fuel pump. If it still will not start you will need a scanner to read codes and look at the sensor readings.

Mercedes-Benz... | Answered on Mar 18, 2019 | 46 views

Is your clutch working properly? Check the clutch master cylinder fluid level and the clutch slave cylinder which actuates the clutch when the pedal is pushed. That's a good phage to start.

Mercedes-Benz... | Answered on Mar 17, 2019 | 65 views

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