Common Repairs on the 2nd Generation Mercedes-Benz E Class

The Mercedes-Benz W211 series is a great luxury sedan to drive and to own. For the most part, but sometimes small problems, when left unchecked, can lead to much larger issues and repair bills. Here are some common problems in the W211 series that should be inspected by a Mercedes repair specialist:

Jerking Transmission: Owners have complained of a jerking or jolting sensation when their are shifting their W211 from 1st gear into 2nd. This could be a sign of a problem with the car's transmission system and should be checked out.

A/C Problems: Some of the W211’s have experienced problems with their climate control system. Sometimes the A/C will blow warm air, or not turn on at all. This could be a sign of low refrigerant or an electrical problem.

Parktronic Display Sensor Malfunction: The Parktronic system is an array of sensors that help a vehicle and driver sense immovable objects. If you rely on proximity sensors to help you park, and you are experiencing a malfunction in the sensor display, you should have the system reset and see if that alleviates the problem.

Fuel Gauge/Range Indicator Problems: If you have noticed some pretty erratic readings on your fuel gauge and range indicators, there's definitely a problem somewhere in the system that needs to be addressed.

Battery Drainage/Alternator Problem: Unnecessary draining of your W211's battery can be a very frustrating problem to encounter. A problem with the alternator can also be a financially challenging repair. It's best to have these things checked out before they cause more serious problems.

If you are experiencing any of the above problems with your Mercedes-Benz E-Class W211, don't wait, take your care to a nearby German import technician for a full inspection and diagnosis.

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