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Old 09-29-2012, 04:33 PM
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Just a few more. Easy fixes all if you don't count your labor time.

Leaky fuel lines. Less than $50 all things considered. Couple hrs time.

Oxidized headlamp covers. $25 all things considered. Couple hrs time.

Blower moter regulator. $25 to $200 or so depending on purchasing new or used or doing modification from W140 model and adapting as on this forum. Couple hrs. time.

EGR delete. $3.00 and 1hr time.

Check A/C codes as on this forum, even though it blows cold. Will tell overall condition of system.

Radio volume control. $3.00, tuner cleaner, and follow the repair procedure as on this forum. 2hrs. time.

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Hey, some of these things apply to my new t me e300. the radio volume control for one doesn't respond or responds by going full blast. I couldn't find a forum on it. Could you direct me to it or some other diy radio repair?
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Hey, some of these things apply to my new t me e300. the radio volume control for one doesn't respond or responds by going full blast. I couldn't find a forum on it. Could you direct me to it or some other diy radio repair?
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This issue has been discussed at length on the BenzWorld W210 forum - another good resource for that chassis. If you're lucky, you can take off the knob and spray electronics cleaner down into the hole behind it, it may help clean out a little gunk. It helped mine, though it didn't fix it. But eventually this doesn't work anymore, and the only real fix is to remove the radio to replace it, or have it reconditioned by Becker.
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