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Old 12-13-2002, 10:27 PM
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Location: San Francisco
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Thanks surfblau,

I'll take a closer look.

Since you are a neighbor, of sorts. Have you have any good luck with mechanics in the Bay Area?

I like to do the small stuff myself, but always like to have a trustworthy mechanic nearby who can handle the more complicated work. I used to have a great mechanic in San Mateo, but he recently retired.

Thanks for the tip!

1989 260E (276K miles)
1995 E320 (50K miles)
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Old 12-14-2002, 07:50 AM
steve hutson
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I had the exact situation that you describe occur to my 95E300. As it was under warranty, the dealer fixed the brake squeal by replacing the brake pads and using a backing paste on the pads.
The pulsating ABS was cured by replacing the ABS sensors.
Steve Hutson

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