How can I diagnose which module is playing up?
It happened again this morning, even after the battery being disconnected for >30 mins yesterday, I reprogrammed the windows, by winding up, then holding switch for 5 seconds after window fully raised, then the same with the window down...
Just picked myself up a little workhorse, its a '99 E300 TD, though it's got a small problem (I knew this when I bought it).
Basically every now and again, the windows get stuck when I open them, when i disconnect the battery and leave it for 10+ mins, everything works again, and it...
Anyone know how to reset the service indicator message on a 2004 E270?
My father just bought one (for his work) and he has just serviced it himelf (he's had E-Classes for as long as I can remember), but does not know how to reset the service message, anyone know how to do this?
That car is worth the money all day long, genuine collectors cars nowdays, I wish I had not sold mine last year (3rd one I have owned), was a mint 8v 3 door, though I did get £5900 for it, but probably one of the best cars I have ever owned.
"Was subject to an insurance fraud 3 years ago and has been in lock-up since. The car was not damaged or stolen."
If thats the case, then how come the car has got an mot expiry of april 2006?? sounds a bit dodgy imo
Give them a call, I got my replicas in 8" and 9" as i didnt want 8.5" and 9.5" (Have that width on my Genuine Brabus wheels), and to be honest i prefer the ride on the slightly narrower wheels, the car doesnt tramline as much and almost feels a little more secure on the road.
If you are buying replicas i would personally use either Johnsonstyres or Performance Alloys, I have used Performance Alloys several times in the past, they supplied my current winter wheels on the Merc, ordered the wheels & tyres by debit card on a monday morning, they arrived, fitted...
I think a majorty of replica wheels are more than acceptable, it all depends on how deep your wallet is, to go for OEM or go for Replicas.
I have a set of Genuine Brabus 18's in the garage, which cost in excess of £2000.
I bought some staggered 'replica' 18" wheels last month, which cost...
Definitely do it, that looks really good, and different :)
Tho i would get a professional to do it for you, like you say its £1k's worth of wheels and if you screw it up :eek: at least you have some comeback if you get a garage to do it....