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

The 2nd Generation (X254) GLC-Class made its debut in 2022. It represents a significant update to the previous generation with enhanced design elements, updated technology and improved performance. The second-generation GLC-Class offers refreshed styling, including a redesigned front grille, revised headlights and updated interior features. The 2nd gen GLC-Class also incorporates the latest Mercedes-Benz technologies, such as the MBUX infotainment system and advanced driver assistance systems. Here are some common issues reported with this model:

Main Controller Unit Issues: Owners have reported of the vehicle not starting and the check-engine light illuminated on the dash. If this happens take your X254 to the nearest Mercedes-Benz service center to have it checked and grounded properly.

Steering Wheel Vibrations: Common to the GLC-Class, steering wheel vibrations can be felt while driving over a pothole or rough patch. Mercedes-Benz has informed owners that the electric power steering software needs to be updated, which should help solve the issue.

Squeaky Brakes: Similar to the 1st generation, the 2nd generation has had its share of reports of squeaky brakes. Updates of the brake pads should solve this problem, however it is recommended to bring your X254 to a certified Mercedes-Benz mechanic and have them take a listen.

If your encounter these or any other problems with your Mercedes-Benz GLC Class, take it to your neighborhood Mercedes-Benz service center for diagnostics as soon as possible.

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