Type of CLS

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  1. JM04ROE

    JM04ROE New Member

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    Hi guys,

    I am trying to work out what type of CLS-Class I need to be choosing on the Mercedes Electronic Service Sheet:

    Mercedes-Benz ESS

    It lists three types:

    • 218 Coupe
    • 219 Coupe
    • 219 Coupe (CarePlus)
    My car is a CLS320 CDI - Year 2006

    Thanks in advance.
     
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    V12 MB Club Veteran

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    You would know if you had careplus, it's an extended warranty type rubbish thing.
     
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    JM04ROE

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    Thanks for reply,

    Is there anywhere I can get detailed service information?

    Currently on 65,000 miles. Does the timing chain need changing?
     
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    Detailed service info is included in your Service record book. The ESS will also list details...
     
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    JM04ROE

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    Thanks struggling to work out what is required.

    I have read about Service A, B, C, D. etc . .

    Is there somewhere that lists details on each type of service?
     
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    Yes in the Service book and from the electronic service sheet you can generate from the linked website.....
     
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    Thanks, checked service booklet last night and it shows Service numbers 1 to 11.

    Nothing in there about A, B, C, D etc. . . .?
     
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    From a quick Google search..

    "The Service Code letters indicate the number of hours the service is estimated to take. This is described in the Maintenance Section of the Owners Manual. The Service Codes do not indicate which Maintenance Services are required. The Service Codes are as follows:
    Service A: 1 Hour
    Service B: 2 Hours
    Service C: 3 Hours
    Service D: 4 Hours
    Service E: 5 Hours
    Service F: 6 Hours
    Service G: 7 Hours
    Service H: 8 Hours
    A "+" next to a Service Code (i.e. D+) indicates need for brake service (inspection)"
     
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