Slight issue with the door mirror not locking out when folding out, folds in perfect but when opening seems to go all the way but won't lock out, motar makes three or four clicks, but it's not locking so blows back half way in where it meets resistance lock.
I was near home and didn't bother, the merc garage the other day said no fault codes were present, the other week when it did the same thing when I put the heater on high it blew cold for a bit, still ain't that hot on high,
Just come out of indie garage for routine maintenance, radiator and condenser only six months old, sudden spike in temp from 90c to 120c in matter of 10 seconds, air con is not cold and gassed up at merc garage when new rad fitted, Merc garage just got back from the other day said they could...
Finally got it back after a month waiting for a tandem pump from Germany and a nice bill for £3,000. After the one for £2,000 for radiator etc, plus last year £700 for new eis. I always said I'd scrap a car if its repairs came close the the buying price , well it ain't far off now.
Two weeks in the garage now, new valve block fitted, rear level sensor, pressure sensor now looks like pump gone as won't hold pressure. For a pump with only 18,000 on it not good. Unfortunately no pumps available from mb, garage looking nation wide, sounds like a remortgage job.
No previous warnings came on when driving near home. Its only just come out of mb independent for new radiator. Fault code I pulled relates to malfunction pressure supply. Now just going through the cars invoices from previous owner the hydrolic suspension pump was replaced only 20,000 miles ago...
Malfunction in pressure supply. Plenty of oil in reservoir, no leaks on floor, only just got it back spending £2,000 for new rad, long story. What's the chance if a sensor going bad. Can't take it to where I normally go as to far.
Just got it back from garage having second radiator fitted as first one was faulty, handbrake not releasing till I've pulled it a lot, first thing in morning worst, just took it out to put fuel in and when I came out shop and car was warmed up took two goes to make light on dash go out.
But would a failed head gasket be able to build up high pressure in the coolant system and blow the radiator, this car doesn't overheat at all when driving. The only odd thing is when the engine is running you can't see it dripping, but when I put the pressure tester on the expansion tank it...
As you know I have the s55 amg with new radiator that is leaking by the seams, it's going back in the garage as they want to run tests for possible head gasket, I did the head gasket coolant chemical test and the blue liquid stayed blue. Is this test accurate or is it not.