What will happen is this , when you arrive you'll receive free coffee and a small tube of ky jelly . You drink the coffee . They will take your car around the back , a place you will arrive at later with your debit card, after using the ky jelly . They will scan the car , find what's at fault , fix it hopefully, reset all fault codes ,take it for a test drive which will be all hunky dory , then a petite blonde with peroxide rinced smile ,will send you on your way. 5 miles from home your car will go back into limp mode and dinner will be ruined.
Absolutely, and after a short realistic discussion with them and booking it in, you can ring the MD and cancel your appointment. Job done and much money saved.When you are at the Specialist , tell them your concerns about using the Main Dealer because you want stuff done right
Then I do mate. Full dealer history, last serviced march last year. So if I press the wee phone button in the car they will come out and scan it z saving me paying for it to be done during its service?If your car was serviced by an MB dealer less than 365 days ago, then you have the MB Mobilo roadside assistance.
You can try. They may want to recover it to an MB garage for you.Then I do mate. Full dealer history, last serviced march last year. So if I press the wee phone button in the car they will come out and scan it z saving me paying for it to be done during its service?
Your symptoms sound similar to mine, but of course, the root cause could be something entirely different from mine. On my W205 2016 C330h, I have been getting a loss of power with the gears refusing to change up. After a few restarts, I would get the EML. Called out Mobilo and they scan the error code, did a few tests (even downloaded and upgraded the ECU).Over the last month with the cold weather (I'm assuming), my car has had a loss of power (won't go by 3000 revs). Switching off and on seems to sort it out, however the other day the engine management light illuminated and has remained on. I (stupidly) let the fuel run down, and was heading out and was going to fill it when this happened - again, power/kick down wasn't there when I started the car and began driving, and it was fine after switching off and on - but when I restarted the car the eml was on.
Limp mode every time I start the car in the morning. Switching it off then back on solves the limp mode issue, but the light stays on.Only if the car is actually in limp mode at the time though. I tried to get them to come out for our S203 when the EML came on, but no joy because the car was still driving OK.