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|2002 Mercedes-Benz SLK320 3.2L vario roof VIN: WDBKK65F02
Vario roof switch flashing. Codes b1011 and b1273 limit switch. I have read posts where broken wires were found. Does anyone know if there is a common location for a break in the harness? Also, I would like to check the micro switches at each latch/lock, howev...
|1999 Volkswagen Jetta GLS 2.0L 3,4 shift VIN: 3VWSC29M7X
when you reset throttle body (tb) adaptation what is the final reading for adp ok? 100% or 70% how do you reset or reprogram the tcm--i use vag.com and modis i am leaning towards vb--anyone have experience with the sonnex tcc lockup kit? anyone have a good s...
Fixes & Summaries for European
|2001 BMW M3 3.2L Differential VIN: WBSBR93401
I've been working on BMWs for many years. I thank you all for your replies and I am well aware of the the fluid issues. However, as I stated in my comment I had already checked the fluid before disassembly and was positive this is not a fluid issue. I am the f...
|1971 Mercedes-Benz 280SE 2.8L Poor Idle Quality, Cuts out, Stall, CUTS OFF RESTARTS VIN: 1080181208
thanks to all who replied, customer has car and has been out of town, i have talked with him and car will be back as soon as he is, i will update this at that time, again thanks for all the great information
|2003 Mercedes-Benz SL55 AMG Kompressor 5.5L oil level VIN: WDBSK74F13
Thanks to all that replied. Serveral said to check the oil level through the instrument cluster and a few people gave me the actual spec for the dipstick (167mm-169mm). I used the instrument cluster to check the oil level. I did not know that you could check t...
|2004 Mini Cooper S 1.6L compressor VIN: WMWRE33404
I WANT TO THANK ALL THE TECHNICIANS WHO RESPONDED TO MY HELP REQUEST. GUYS THE FIX ON THIS CAR WAS HAVING THE CORRECT CHARGE AMOUNT. I MISREAD THE LABEL ON THE CAR & USED THE WRONG CHARGE.THE CORRECT CHARGE WAS 415 KG OR LESS THAN 1 LB . SO I HOPE THIS MISTAKE...
|1999 Volkswagen Cabrio 2.0L MIL Lamp on VIN: 3VWCB61E5X
The evap test passed while working on it. Probably opening and closing vacuum connections and electrical connectors was the fix. I let the car go. We ran out of time. If it comes back for the same code most likely will be the Leak Detection Pump as everything ... Trouble codes: P1582, P1476.