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Old 06-26-1999, 12:08 AM
Peter Buitenkant
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I just purchased my first Mercedes, a 1999 C230 Kompressor. None of the door hinges have any lubrication on them. The dealer says that is OK. Is that correct?
Peter B.
Old 06-26-1999, 01:00 AM
Chris Ecklund
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The first thing to remember is not to trust the salespeople, let your common sense prevail.

A little white lithium grease works very nicely.

Chris Ecklund
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Old 06-26-1999, 08:34 AM
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As with newer cars certain parts are modified & don't require maintence. This is one way to save $$$. Remember this is the new DAMILER/CHRYSLER CORP. NOW THE ENGINE CAN GO 10-15K MILES ON A OIL SERVICE!!
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