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Old 07-02-2001, 10:02 PM
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Just a reminder to check your battery water level if you have removable caps on the cells. I was surprised to find the water level at, or slightly below, the plates on my 1998 ML-320 (33,000 miles). I had to add 22oz of distilled water. It seems my MB dealer doesn't check this during the A or B service. They would probably prefer to sell me a new battery when mine failed due to neglect.
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