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Old 04-14-2000, 10:47 AM
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I just purchased a 1999 c 230 Kompressor. I've had it for about a week. I notice that in the morning, it runs a little loud for a few miles. I put in my first tank of gas, premium, and the next morning, it shook violently upon starting and began sputtering before it kicked it. Thinking I may have gotten some water in my gas, I put in a can of dry gas and the next morning it was okay, but the following morning I had the same shaking problem. It runs fine once driven for a few miles. It is at the dealer now and they have explained to me that this is how the Kompressor runs! Funny that my friend has the same car but not this problem. Any advise?
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I don't buy it...If you complain 3 times, they will fix it.

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