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Mercedes-Benz E-Class repairs by problem area

Engine (31%)

Transmission and Drivetrain (9%)

Brakes and Traction Control (5%)

Suspension and Steering (13%)

Electrical and Air Conditioning (28%)

Paint, Rust, Leaks, Rattles, and Trim (7%)

Other (5%)

Chart based on 2051 repairs.
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Mercedes-Benz E-Class engine repair cost distribution

$2500+ (6%)

$1000 - $2499 (14%)

$500 - $999 (19%)

$100 - $499 (30%)

< $100 (32%)

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Chart based on 485 repair trips. The repair cost chart excludes repairs made under warranty, do-it-yourself repairs, and repair trips that include maintenance.

2016 Mercedes-Benz E-Class

Engine not specified

9000 mi And the engine is dragging when I accelerate from 20mph or so. Performed a recall for the engine and now everything is working much better. The engine recall made my car's pickup much better. 

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2015 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Wagon

turbocharged 201hp 2.1L I4 Diesel Hybrid 7-speed shiftable automatic RWD

4960 mi during intervention for which cars were called in by MB, the air intake tube of the turbo was damaged. Weeks later, it suddenly limited my car to 2K revs; was "fixed"by other dealer along the road, original dealer did final fix. 

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2015 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

302-horsepower 3.5L V6 7-speed shiftable automatic RWD

10000 mi Check Engine Light came on. Dealership says they updated software. Dealership didn't know what was wrong other than the light was on and they updated the software. 
18000 mi Engine stalled out twice with car shifting 2-> 
25600 mi No-start. Car would energize the starter for a normal amount of time, but no ignition. Car seemed to think the engine was running when it wasn't. Replaced air shrouds, crankshaft sensor, more software updates Radiator coolant fluid smell from outside vehicle. Replaced cap, replaced seals Rough idle / swaying back & forth motion of car ever since they updated the software. 
47000 mi Car will sometimes crank but no ignition. Various systems updated, Crankshaft sensor replaced, all 3 batteries in the car replaced. Replacing the batteries made the problem go away for awhile, but it came back. 

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2014 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Wagon

302-horsepower 3.5L V6 7-speed shiftable automatic AWD

25000 mi Check engine light came on. Tech read codes and unplugged the airflow sensor wire for 30 seconds. Reconnected wire with no check engine light since. No other issues in 25,000 miles. 
2000 mi Check engine light came up with error code for inconsistent Ambient Air Temperature and Intake Air Temperature readings. Service diagnosed the problem and replaced faulty Intake Air Temperature sensor. 

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2014 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

turbocharged 577hp 5.5L V8 7-speed shiftable automatic AWD

9300 mi Oil line to turbo was leaking. Oil line replaced same day. 

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2014 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

turbocharged 402hp 4.7L V8 7-speed shiftable automatic AWD

18000 mi Parktronic, Eco mode and Brake Hold features stopped working. Diagnosis - Auxiliary battery failed prematurely. 
44000 mi Oil leak 

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2014 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

turbocharged 195hp 2.1L I4 Diesel 7-speed shiftable automatic RWD

48000 mi Drivability issues. Car would jerk and shudder upon acceleration intermittently. Diagnosed repair for new crank positioning sensor which was replaced.  
32000 mi

US $700
Coolant leak from crack In coolant distribution pipe. 
42000 mi CEL w/Ammonia smell from exhaust; Heating sensor fault (replaced), AdBlue valve "sticking" (replaced), Grey smoke from exhaust (Catalytic converter cleaned) 
36000 mi Emissions repair approximately $6000 covered under warranty. I think the filters and nozzles that deliver the DEF were defective. 

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2014 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

turbocharged 195hp 2.1L I4 Diesel 7-speed shiftable automatic AWD

22000 mi AdBlue Fault, CEL, immediately after "Service B" was performed at dealer. Had to take to local dealer on trip because the car would potentially not restart after this fault. Dealer knew of software upgrade and didn't perform at service 
31500 mi engine mount failure, which spilled all of it's hydraulic fluid over the underside of the car and in garage 
42500 mi

US $400
DEF tank had shown empty even though the tank was filled by myself. Was unable to start car due to software, needed car towed to the dealer. Tank was checked for cracks and software was reset. 

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2014 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

302-horsepower 3.5L V6 7-speed shiftable automatic RWD

9000 mi Driving on an interstate highway the car shut off. The dealer has not been able to identify the problem. Keyless door locks did not work always. I have asked the dealer to replace the car, but no response. MB USA is replacing the car. 
37000 mi Check engine light was on. Not sure what they replaced but all done under warranty and working fine now 

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2014 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

302-horsepower 3.5L V6 7-speed shiftable automatic AWD

45000 mi The "Check Engine" light came on. The dealer determined that an oxygen sensor in the emissions system was at fault. The part had to be ordered and put in on another day. All was covered under warrantee. 
23000 mi Various repairs re: CTO purchase - all under warranty.-Spare key program-Re-program mbrace-Engine noise (replace timing chain tensioner)-Replace scratched windshield-Replace rear wheel brake rotors 
60000 mi The cars had hesitation and shuddering. The check engine light came on. The car was diagnosed with a faulty fuel injector. The high pressure fuel pump was leaking oil into the fuel system, so they had to replace all injectors, the fuel rails, and the high pressure fuel pump all under campaign at no cost to me. 
17500 mi check engine light came on, slight misfiring occurring -- CEL at first flashing, then a solid light w/out misfiring. Dealer did software upgrade to remedy issue. 
5000 mi Main computer malfunction requiring a new wiring harness, Car was driveable, continued on trip and visited hometown Mercedes dealer who repaired satisfactorily. 

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2013 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Wagon

17140 mi An airco belt was replaced 

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2013 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

turbocharged 210hp 3.0L V6 Diesel 7-speed shiftable automatic RWD

53700 mi Turbo blew 

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2013 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

302-horsepower 3.5L V6 7-speed shiftable automatic RWD

113000 mi

US $20
Vacuum leak 

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2012 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

turbocharged 550hp 5.5L V8 7-speed shiftable automatic RWD

51000 mi

US $464
Vacuum hose to turbo and turbo solenoid replaced. 

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2012 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

turbocharged 402hp 4.7L V8 7-speed shiftable automatic AWD

45000 mi Coolant low by ~half as noted by onboard computer; dealer topped-off coolant at no-charge 

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2012 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

turbocharged 210hp 3.0L V6 Diesel 7-speed shiftable automatic RWD

34500 mi Oil cooler leak 
36360 mi

C $850
Bluetec Heating Element replaced under warranty Oil cooler gasket and housing all replaced. car was leaking oil in my garage 
34000 mi Diesel oil cooler gaskets were weeping oil. The OC is in the engine valley requiring extensive dis-assembly to get to. 
38000 mi Would not pass emissions testing. Several systems were offline. While the CEL did not come on, 02 sensor, 02 preheat, and NOx reported that they were off-line. The 'cure' was for the dealer to take the car through a 'drive cycle'. 
42000 mi Both NOx sensors were replaced. 
45000 mi Urea tank heater failed. 
53000 mi Motor mounts replaced. Transmission mount replaced. Fuel pressure sensor replaced. 
58000 mi EGR replaced. Stuck and leaking oil. Turbo leaking oil 

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2012 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

302-horsepower 3.5L V6 7-speed shiftable automatic RWD

50000 mi

US $225
Transmission mount collapsed causing vibration. Replaced mount. 
56350 mi replace motor and transmission mounts 
70000 mi Transmission mount replaced under CPO warranty. 

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2011 Mercedes-Benz E-Class

Engine not specified

53940 mi

﷼400
'Service Engine' light came up and engine was shaking on idle. Computer reset and change some sensors. 

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2011 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Wagon

268-horsepower 3.5L V6 7-speed shiftable automatic AWD

34720 mi Temperature gauge started to indicate car was running operating approximately 10C below normal operating temperature. This condition persisted for approx. 500Km and then the Check Engine light came on. problem diagnosed as fault thermostat 

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2011 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

turbocharged 210hp 3.0L V6 Diesel 7-speed shiftable automatic RWD

45000 mi Adblue pre-heater need to be replaced Engine mounts replaced 
72000 mi Common problem, oil engine cooler was leaking Stretched timing chain, another common problem on this car, identified by shop foreman due to noisy cold start up. 
78900 mi Car refused to start, but the engine turned over. The following parts were replaced: 1. Fuel Pump 2. Fuel Control Module 3. 2 Injectors. 
32000 mi Check engine light came on. AdBlue heater replaced under warranty 
27500 mi Accelerator module, will be replaced (replacement orderd) due to an intermittent fault 
29000 mi Diesel Exhaust Fluid heater failed, parts took 5 days to retrieve from elsewhere in the country (Florida) Accelerator module replaced, ordered during previous trip 
32300 mi Oil cooler seal failed 
38000 mi EGR system completely clogged. Dealer repaired on a "one time good will" Cost would have been ~$3200.00. Root cause; poor diesel availability in the USA. 
43000 mi

US $1200
Intake close motor soaked with oil (common issue) from a poor gasket leading to the turbo( oil passed to the turbo to lubricate and cool the turbo). Soaked motor failed due to short because of oil soaking 

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2011 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

382-horsepower 5.5L V8 7-speed shiftable automatic AWD

76000 mi

US $1000
Front motor mounts wore out and caused a very harsh engine feel with vibration and jerking at idle. 

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2011 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

268-horsepower 3.5L V6 7-speed shiftable automatic RWD

46000 mi Replaced engine mounts and transmission mount 
47000 mi

US $500
Engine and transmission mounts had begun to fail creating a vibration that could be felt all over the vehicle. 

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2011 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

268-horsepower 3.5L V6 7-speed shiftable automatic AWD

18000 mi spark plug failed 
5000 mi Cylinder head leaking oil. Not gasket replaced head valves etc 
7320 mi Cooling hose disconnected 
43400 mi Car would not start. Perhaps a key problem. Towed to the dealer on Sunday afternoon. Car worked Monday afternoon without intervention. 
48360 mi ESC malfunction light came on. Car then went into some sort of limp mode; could not drive more than 40 kmph. Restarting the car cured the problem and ESC malfunction. Car had been left outside overnight at -30c. 
68200 mi

C $850
Leaking water pump replaced. 
54000 mi

US $500
Check engine light came on. Traced to a failing thermostat (not coming up to temp in time for emissions check). Thermostat replaced and problem resolved. 
73500 mi

US $500
Engine began stumbling when driving one morning. Sounded like it was down a cylinder/ Turned it off, back on, engine sounded fine. Brought it in to dealer, spark plugs were found to be very corroded, 1 almost completely gone. Spark plugs replaced. 
77000 mi

US $374
Car would not accept fuel from the pump, on four different pumps. Fuel vapor recovery canister by the fuel inlet was discovered to be defective and thus replaced. 

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2010 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

turbocharged 181hp 1.8L I4 5-speed shiftable automatic RWD

35960 mi camshaft adjuster replaced 

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2010 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

518-horsepower 6.2L V8 7-speed shiftable automatic RWD

31300 mi

US $1840
One of the two fuel pumps that are located in the gas tank failed due to a leaking membrane. Second pump needed for high-G cornering above 135 mph--meaning never in my case. 
36400 mi

US $335
The engine threw a belt. 
45000 mi

US $358
seal leak in intake, engine ran too lean, easy and cheap repair! 
44000 mi

US $169
Service engine light illuminated during startup. Attributed to cold weather conditions and an out of date computer firmware update. 

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2010 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

382-horsepower 5.5L V8 7-speed shiftable automatic RWD

98000 mi

US $600
Full Tune Up and Ignition Coil plus air filter replacement. A couple ignition coils were failing. 
110000 mi

US $600
Pin connectors loose on cylinder 1 

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2010 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

382-horsepower 5.5L V8 7-speed shiftable automatic AWD

51420 mi

C $1000
Key not recognized. Module failure. The car would not start. All electronics disabled. I was not even able to put the car in Neutral to get it towed onto a flat bed. Dollies had to be used. 

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2010 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

268-horsepower 3.5L V6 7-speed shiftable automatic RWD

33000 mi Main engine(crankshaft) bearings had to be replaced 
77500 mi Broken motor mount 
53000 mi

US $125
Thermostat stuck open caused check engine light and code. Replaced thermostat and cleared code. 
21000 mi Rough shifting b/t 2nd and 3rd gear. Reset the computer - shifting smoother now. 
80000 mi OBDII code P0444 indicating oxygen sensor fail. Suspect it was triggered by the previous dead battery, which was replaced. I reset it with OBDII code reader and issue has not returned. 
82000 mi

US $100
Found serpentine belt damaged. It had shifted forward on the pulleys and sheared off two front ribs. Finally traced problem to a worn bearing in the tensioner pulley. Replaced entire tensioner assembly, installed new serpentine belt, and all is now good. 
24000 mi Transmission not shifting properly in S mode 

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2010 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

268-horsepower 3.5L V6 7-speed shiftable automatic AWD

29000 mi Knocking noise from engine; clattering. Mercedes deemed it to be normal, but I was never satisfied. They eventually replaced the car with a 2012. 
12000 mi Battery Repl. Cooling Fan Repl. Camshaft Wiring Harness Repl (Recall). Battery had to be jumped 2X in 2 wks & would not hold a charge. Other work a result of diagnose by dealer service dept. 
5000 mi Battery Dead after sitting 10 days. 541011 Short Test Perfomed 541010 Test Program - After Short Test, 540000 Coded After Blow Out 5435 DC - 083405908 Checked for faults , None Found at this time. Deactivated Afterblow Feature. Battery Dead after sitting 10 days.rn541011 Short Test Perfomedrn541010 Test Program - After Short Test, rn540000 Coded After Blow Outrn5435 DC - 083405908 Checked for faults , None Found at this time.rnDeactivated Afterblow Feature. 
49000 mi

US $360
replaced spark plugs and two ignition coils 
67264 mi

US $50
check engine light kept coming on..defective gas cap 
40000 mi Thermostat malfunction. Replaced under warranty 
70000 mi

US $150
oil cooler. leak from seal 
43000 mi

US $588
Serpentine belt and all pulleys, one of which was bad, according to the mechanic. Initially seemed like the repair was not successful, but it corrected itself after some mileage. 
70000 mi

US $1100
Oil leak from front engine block 

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2010 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

228-horsepower 3.0L V6 7-speed shiftable automatic RWD

54260 mi

¤517
Engine mounts replaced 

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2009 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Wagon

turbocharged 188hp 3.0L V6 Diesel 7-speed shiftable automatic RWD

108660 mi Diesel glow relay malfunction. Relay changed and error indicator reset. 
141980 mi

€350
1 "heating plug" in the diesel engine failed and needed to be switched. 

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2009 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Wagon

268-horsepower 3.5L V6 5-speed shiftable automatic AWD

79000 mi

US $800
Engine mounts replaced 

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2009 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

turbocharged 210hp 3.0L V6 Diesel 7-speed shiftable automatic RWD

93000 mi

US $700
Car goes into limp mode 
54000 mi

US $2300
Oil cooler seals leaked oil. 
58800 mi

US $403
Glow Plug relay went bad 
66000 mi

US $809
Check Engine light came on. replaced 2 turbo hoses and intake air filters 
91000 mi

US $820
Bad vibration. Replaced 2 engine and 1 transmission mounts. 

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2009 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

507-horsepower 6.2L V8 7-speed shiftable automatic RWD

29500 mi At about 27k miles, it showed a C.E.L. It was a lean condition at idle caused by a vacuum leak. Could be a PCV valve or one of the emission related valves or hoses. Bringing it back on Oct 15 for final fix. 
29000 mi

US $900
Replaced Breather valve, as part of the emission system. Had to remove intake manifold to replace. I've been told it's the ethanol gas that's causing the valve to fail. Replaced fuel sender unit. It was leaking fuel from the breather valve. 
34000 mi NTSB investigation into the ongoing fuel regulator leaks in the the W211 E class. Mercedes did not make a recall but was forced extend fuel tank related warranty for 15 years(2023 for me). But they will not notify you. I found it on NTSB. 

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2009 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

382-horsepower 5.5L V8 7-speed shiftable automatic RWD

47000 mi small leak detected in coolant system 
52100 mi

US $646
thermostat failed 
66000 mi fuel pump leak 
111000 mi

US $713
Motor and transmission mounts leaking and replaced 
138817 mi

US $1114
Also replaced leaking oil pan drain plug gasket,  and diagnosed both horns need to be replaced.  Identified two other repairs necessary, replace rear brakes and rotors and replace spark plugs, estimated at $1100 for both jobs. 

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2009 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

268-horsepower 3.5L V6 7-speed shiftable automatic RWD

71000 mi Check Engine Light came on while travelling. MB codes P0101 P0103 P0113 P0302 P0304 P0300. Still trying to resolve because light is off but codes are present. Fuel System cleaner used and cleared light. Changing MAF next. Problem not solved. 
73000 mi CEL turns On when I fill up with gas. Goes away within 1-2 miles after adding Techron. Did a compression test and found the Cyl 2 has low compression. Still diagnosing and want to do a leak down test to see whats up. Running rough at low rpm 
73000 mi

US $4500
CEL with P0300, P0302, P0304 codes. Exhaust valve on cylinder 2 out of spec. confirmed with leak down test. Replaced Head. CEL with code P0305. Replaced all spark plugs. CEL off. Car runs fine now. (Since 0 miles, dealer maintained ). 
27300 mi Brought in due to a slight knock or rattle for approximately 3-4 sec at start up. Dealer said it was a fuel knock. Installed a fuel injector cleaner, advised me to run 91 octane fuel (I always do) and to run it hard to clean out carbon. 
29200 mi Engine still has slight knock or rattle upon cold startup. 2 days and 2 cold starts and tech could not duplicate. I will record noise since it is still making noise at this time. Not repaired. 
45700 mi Replaced belt, tensioner, and idler pulleys due to a complaint of a belt squeal on cold start up. Took car in again with complaint of rattle on start up, this time with intermittent blue smoke. Dealer inspected cylinder bores, and found scoring in multiple cylinders, New engine on order. Pays to keep good service records. 
46000 mi Engine replaced with new long block. Service manager explained that engine knock was due to a crankshaft manufacturing issue that was outlined in a TSB from 2012 that covered a range of engine serial numbers. 
51000 mi Idler pulleys that support serpentine belt. 
52000 mi Fuel system odor. Certain parts related to gas tank changed. 
73000 mi

US $50
PCV assembly replaced 
88000 mi

US $1000
Motor mounts. replaced 

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2009 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

228-horsepower 3.0L V6 5-speed shiftable automatic AWD

62560 mi

C $250
Bad thermostat and loose fan belt 

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2008 Mercedes-Benz E-Class

Engine not specified

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2008 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

turbocharged 210hp 3.0L V6 Diesel 7-speed shiftable automatic RWD

135000 mi

US $800
EGR valve replaced. It had been replaced by my father's shop less than 20K miles ago. They checked the part. My fathers shop had used an aftermarket part that was also used. The sad thing is that they charged me less to install a new MB part. 
110000 mi

US $2400
Timing Chain and Tensioner 
117000 mi

US $380
Worn engine mounts 
51000 mi

US $2500
servo motor (M55) 
69800 mi

US $2500
replaced glow plugs and controler. repaired turbo seals that were leaking. Replace engine belt. 
67300 mi

US $425
diesel fuel lines needed to be replaced due to leaking. 
88000 mi

US $176
Engine light came on and on board computer had to be flashed. 
90572 mi

US $830
Replace turbo hoses. Smoke test showed they were leaking causing a drop in power on hills. 
47000 mi Check engine light resulting in bad O2 sensor. 
64000 mi

US $860
Glow plug replacement, Glow Plug Control module. 
81200 mi

US $235
Downstream Oxygen sensor failed. 
82200 mi

US $510
Intake manifold and mass air sensors. Manifold was cracked / broken at connection with turbo. 
83200 mi

US $9822
The engine was leaking oil on the ground. This was traced to a leaking intercooler gasket. The full repair required a complete tear down of the upper engine, gasket replacements, replacement of one Oxygen sensor, rebuilding of turbocharger, replacement of EGR valve, replacement of turbo control module. No more leaks and the check engine light is off. NB: One thing that we learned is that the ODBC diagnostic system mapping for the upper and lower Oxygen Sensors is reversed in comparison to the Star diagnostic system. Beware! 
91000 mi Downstream Oxygen Sensor replacement. Throwing codes. 
72000 mi Leaking EGR valve. Replaced gasket. 
78000 mi EGR valve not functioning properly, and "Y" pipe leaking oil. 
17360 mi O2 sensor replaced and software updated. 
58001 mi

US $84
Replaced oil cap 
72000 mi

US $62
Turbo gasket replaced after a small crack was noticed during routine maintenance. Failure didn't look imminent but it seemed prudent to fix it at the time rather then let it develop into an actual problem. 
90000 mi

US $140
Replaced glow plug control module. Cost of part $140. 
20740 mi Replace front pipe and front catalyst. 
53300 mi Oil leak on the oil cooler. Glow plug module 
62620 mi

C $150
Check engine light,air mass flow sensor. Reprogram air filters data. 
63860 mi Turbo stop working, check engine light on. Replaced air filter and erased error code. 
66960 mi

C $850
turbo inlet hose from intercooler to trottle body split open 
73780 mi

C $800
Change engine support 
63000 mi

US $650
Sensor 
1000000 mi

US $60
Bad Fuel from Exxon station plugged fuel filter and introduced water. Replaced fuel filter drained sump and bottom of fuel tank 

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2008 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

507-horsepower 6.2L V8 7-speed shiftable automatic RWD

34000 mi

US $1000
valve lifter was replaced - both cam shafts were replaced 
34800 mi

US $1100
Valve adjuster was replaced 

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2008 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

382-horsepower 5.5L V8 7-speed shiftable automatic RWD

20000 mi 3 bad camshaft magnets,  
108675 mi

US $228
Replace leaking cam plugs and oil separator 
109362 mi

US $676
Replaced both front torque strut arms and bushings 

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2008 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

382-horsepower 5.5L V8 5-speed shiftable automatic AWD

57000 mi

US $500
Magnetic sensors in camshaft. Two of four replaced. 
75000 mi

US $1300
Minor oil leak. Replaced cam covers and centrifuge gasket. 

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2008 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

268-horsepower 3.5L V6 7-speed shiftable automatic RWD

29000 mi Cam position sensor. 
25700 mi Engine frequently quits immediately after starting, occasionally several times in succession. Car left in shop overnight with both keys. Technicians couldn't replicate or diagnose the problem, which continues to occur. 
31700 mi Engine sometimes quits immediately after starting. Could not duplicate problem, but were given factory authorization to replace crank position sensor. Problem did not reoccur for them. But it did for us, within the same day or the next. 
36000 mi Engine was frequently quitting immediately after starting. Dealer determined this was caused by a malfunctioning fuel pump--fuel pressure not within specs--and replaced entire fuel tank. 
58000 mi

US $452
Oil leaks. Replaced leaking centrifuge cover and cam plugs. Cost also included new windshield wiper blades. 
6000 mi Brake stability control failed. Supposedly due to wireless sensor in console. Replaced sensor. 
130400 mi Leaking fuel tank 
145000 mi

US $120
Cam magnets, centrifugal cover, cam plugs Replaced throttle body, intake manifold Update software on ECM due to new style cam magnets 
60000 mi

US $150
Replaced weeping rubber plugs on rear of valve covers. Smelled burning oil smell when car hot. Replaced under warranty. 
98000 mi Repair oil leak 
88000 mi Replaced motor mounts and transmission mount. 
20800 mi Crankcase ventilation system - centrifuge cover leaking - replaced under warranty Also replaced connector for camshaft control - campaign 2012070002 
32000 mi Fuel leak around the sending unit on the left top of the tank. Replaced unit under MB extended warranty. 
61000 mi

US $300
oil leaking from the engine. hoses/joints had to be replaced. parts were cheap but labor expensive. 
76000 mi

US $500
New water pump 
68000 mi

US $510
Belt tensioner pulley replaced 

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2008 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

268-horsepower 3.5L V6 5-speed shiftable automatic AWD

80500 mi

US $1800
Changed manifold 
38000 mi Oil leak repair in front seal 
8000 mi Check engine light came on. Supposed software mod. Car ran fine prior to light and runs fine after fix. 
52000 mi

US $400
Noise in the engine, dealership replaced all 6 pistons. Car is/was certified by Mercedes. 
103200 mi

US $455
Idle pulley failed caused second idle pulley to fail.Serpentine belt was shredded.Belt tensioner was replaced too. 
38000 mi

US $200
Replace leaking camshaft plugs 
62620 mi

C $200
oil leak caused by pcv valve 
67160 mi

C $500
Fan belt broke. Apparently it was caused by one of the pulleys seizing up. Lost power steering and battery light came on. Car had to be towed to repair shop. 

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2008 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4-door

6-cylinder automatic 2WD

8000 mi Engine fails to start on first attempt. 
10000 mi They could not fix the 'not starting' problem (intermittent failure); when I returned the car, the engine light would stay on constantly. They determined it was the fuel pump, but the paperwork to return the car to MB was already processed. 

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2007 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Wagon

268-horsepower 3.5L V6 5-speed shiftable automatic AWD

85000 mi

US $300
Engine running too cool - replaced thermostat 
100200 mi

US $260
Oil centrifuge leaking - replaced 

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2007 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

turbocharged 208hp 3.0L V6 Diesel 7-speed shiftable automatic RWD

46000 mi hard downshifting when cold 
64000 mi Wastegate sensor would not allow air valve to properly open, thereby putting vehicle into limp home mode. 
98000 mi Intercooler/oil cooler was leaking and needed replacement 
54000 mi

US $210
Replace left rear oxygen sensor. 
58300 mi

US $210
Brakes. Also replace engine mounts. A pain. One of then is under A/C and had to be moved. Do I miss my old and simple 1984 300CD. In fact is the most beautiful design MB ever made. EBougeois 
68000 mi

US $400
Rear Oxygen sensor fired Check Engine Light. Problem was solved by cleaning contacts and applying Dielectric Compound. Problem was cause by humidity and corrosion. 
75000 mi

US $480
Oil separator crack and was replaced. Red seals for the oil cooler failed and were replace. 
76000 mi

US $317
Replace servo motor part # 8421500494. Turbo did not operate. 
65000 mi

US $800
Glow plugs failing and possible oil blow by effecting the turbo. It has to go in for a follow-up. May have to replace turbo fans. 
67300 mi

US $509
The glow plug issue was a bad glow plug control module. They replaced that and all 6 glow plugs. I paid for 4 of the 6. Replaced mass air flow sensor because housing cracked, allowed oil to short out motor. Replace air intake flap actuator (motor, went bad because of an oil leak around some seals. Did not charge me for this.  
78300 mi Oil leak fried the flapper motor to the turbo. This is the second time this has happened. Mechanic broke off bolts on the intake manifold (again) so it was also replaced. Dealer took care of all parts and labor! 
103100 mi Supercharger failure 
101000 mi

US $200
Oil cooler seals are known to fail on pre-2009 OM642 engines. Replaced with the new Viton seals before they started leaking. 
62000 mi

US $1250
Turbo leaking oil. 
125500 mi

US $400
Replace belt 

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2007 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

507-horsepower 6.2L V8 7-speed shiftable automatic RWD

28000 mi Hose going to airbox loose. Replaced hose. Oil leak repaired. 
40000 mi Motor mounts. Rough idle. 
44000 mi Unexpected rough idle after cold start to the point of turning off. Dealer repaired camshaft problem. Camshaft replaced. 
36000 mi Noticeable tapping from driver side of engine. Sounded like the front lifters were tapping. 
79360 mi

R 200
Car went into limp mode. slipping out of gear. Found battery flat next morning. found alternator overcharging. replaced regulator and battery. 

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2007 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

382-horsepower 5.5L V8 7-speed shiftable automatic RWD

80100 mi

US $900
Fuel pump seal leaking. Gas fume smell in vehicle. Replaced fuel pump under rear seat. 
22000 mi Cam sensor failure caused car to go into "limp mode". Sensor replaced and problem rectified. Transmission coolant fitting failure caused fluid leak and emission of significant amounts of white smoke where coolant hit catalytic converter and exhaust system. 
27000 mi Camshaft solenoid magnet issue resulted in Check Engine light illumination. Part replaced. 
78800 mi

US $267
Add coolant light on. Replaced overflow tank and sending unit. 
58000 mi

US $300
cam postion sensor replaced 
66000 mi

US $500
cam postion sensor replaced 

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2007 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

382-horsepower 5.5L V8 5-speed shiftable automatic AWD

67000 mi

US $550
Replaced one of four engine oxygen sensors. Clear check engine code. 

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2007 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

268-horsepower 3.5L V6 7-speed shiftable automatic RWD

69500 mi

US $1350
Leaking engine gasket new battery intake filter cabin filter 
100000 mi

US $1641
Intermittently, the car would take from 2 to 10 key turns to start. It did always start, but got progressively worse. Diagnosed and replaced electronic module. 
121130 mi

US $733
Replaced faulty thermostat 
25300 mi Broken pulley.Replaced pulley and belt. 
70000 mi

US $1400
radiator to engine hose adapter on engine 
27000 mi Left intake cam solenoid failed. Both replaced under warranty. 
92000 mi

US $350
Replace camshaft adjuster 
101000 mi

US $4500
Check engine light came on... slight smell of gas after fueling and leaving the car in the garage overnight. New camshaft. New fuel tank. New fuel tank and cam shaft 
34000 mi Clicking sound in engine. There was a service bulletin repaired lower part of engine replaced sprocket. 2,700 labor and about 600+ in parts. also had service c done 
45000 mi Cam sensor magnet died. Mercedes replaced under original warranty. 
50000 mi

US $500
Rubber cap sealing camshaft alley on engine deteriorated, allowing oil to leak from upper end of engine. Seals replaced on both sides of engine. 
135000 mi

US $1100
Replace intake manifold 
43000 mi replaced gas tank because fuel sender went bad. 
77300 mi

US $400
needed new thermostat. 
66000 mi Oil leak from rear of engine near camshaft 
83000 mi

US $300
Replace defective ignition coil 
92000 mi

US $1400
coolant tank faulty; leaking 
99000 mi

US $600
replaced broken intake manifold lever 
33000 mi

US $200
Preventative maintenance. Replaced PCV plate and other plugs subject to leaking due to aged O-rings. I don't want any oily engine and stains on the garage floor. 
88000 mi

US $2120
clucking noise when transmission shift--transmission mounts bad 
124000 mi

US $1500
Replaced butterfly valves in intake manifold. It had already broken but the car was still drivable. Apparently it affects mostly the warm-up phase. 
120700 mi

US $155
Leaking centrifuge cover replaced. Caused burning oil 
125000 mi

US $750
Engine Mounts failed, replaced. 
127000 mi

US $170
Camshaft plug seal failed, causing oil leak. 
67300 mi

US $2354
Hydro Mount, Elastomeric cup, bushings, engine transmission mounts, engine support, trans mounts were collapsed. Exhaust replaced housing cover, centrifuge leaking oil, etc etc etc 
73000 mi While not actually having repairs, has been in for service several times to check engine lights, etc. in the last months. the rep said he thinks its gone, did not want to charge me over $800 for what he said might have been addressed. 
68200 mi

US $600
They said 4 of 6 "points" were bad. Car was shaking and halting. 
127831 mi

US $5192
Balance shaft needs to be replaced 
85000 mi

US $500
Fuel leak from sender unit. New fuel tank installed. Left exhaust cam magnet seized. 
93400 mi

US $1700
All the cam sensors needed to be replaced 
102000 mi One of the cam sensors that was replaced was bad. 
114000 mi

US $400
Replacement of spark plugs 
93000 mi Cam seals. 

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2007 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

268-horsepower 3.5L V6 5-speed shiftable automatic AWD

91000 mi

US $450
gas smell fuel line leak 
70000 mi

US $15
Replace serpentine belt tensioner. 
37300 mi

US $470
delay in transmission shifting; hard shift when engaged. Dealer states due for transmission service. 
31300 mi Factory campaign 201207002 cam solenoid TC 0060 continuous camshaft adjust; replaced Y49/7 [magnet] cam plugs and oil separator leaking; cam plugs and oil separator replaced 
35000 mi The car was a lemon. They attempted to repair the same problem 4 times that caused the car to shut down while driving at speed (happened at 60 mph). No power at all, just shut off. Very dangerous. Car wasn't driven for a year. Had to be inspected. They found a gasoline leak - the entire rear of the interior had to be replaced! 
46000 mi

US $4000
Major repair. Replaced defective balance shaft and timing chain Replaced oil level sensor damaged during replacement of balance shaft. 
125000 mi

US $482
Front and rear alignment. Crankshaft sensor. New tires. 
74000 mi Fuel pump and gas tank...some seals.dents repaired....painted 
91000 mi Exhaust Cam Magnets and sensors 
93000 mi

US $200
Replace thermostat as needed Replace belt and idler (preventative) 

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2007 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

228-horsepower 3.0L V6 7-speed shiftable automatic RWD

48860 mi misfiring 

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2007 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4-door

6-cylinder automatic 2WD

70300 mi Drive mount and transmission mount replacement 

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2006.5 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Wagon

turbocharged 168hp 2.1L I4 Diesel 5-speed shiftable automatic RWD

143000 mi

£83
at times Engine warning light appearing on acceleration. Fault code 22E7. (check system high pressure control) The Flow Control Valve (part No A6460740484) was replaced and all OK after. 

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2006 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Wagon

supercharged 469hp 5.4L V8 5-speed shiftable automatic RWD

99000 mi

US $950
Fuel pumps leaking 

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2006 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Wagon

268-horsepower 3.5L V6 7-speed shiftable automatic RWD

103000 mi

US $3800
some idiot engineer designed the PCV valve ($12) as part of the intake manifold ($1200), and it cannot be replaced individually 
152000 mi

US $300
Replaced Balancer shaft, which required removing engine and taking it apart. A crack in the intake manifold was found, so that too was replaced. Those all together took 40 hours of labor, plus parts paid $10 grand by 3rd party warranty. 
93000 mi

US $100
Minor oil leak from PCV valve, so it was replaced since the part/labor was inexpensive. 

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2006 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Wagon

268-horsepower 3.5L V6 5-speed shiftable automatic AWD

105000 mi

US $250
Multirib belt "blew," broke idler and Groved. Replaced belt, idler pulley, accessory belt tensioner, groved pulley. Cam plugs replaced. 
119000 mi

US $722
Replaced intake manifold, 2 coils. 
120690 mi

US $2284
REPLACE #1,3,4,5 IGNITION COILS 1/31/2017 375 120690 REPLACE COOLANT " 24 " NEW THERMOSTAT ASY " 160 " EXPANSION TANK CAP " 25 " ORINGS, WATERPUMP GASKET,TIMING CVGSK " 35 "  OIL FILTER HOUSING " 118 " LABOR FOR ABOVE " 1335 " SHOP SUPPLIES 25 " TAX " 187 " TOTAL FOR 1/31/2017 2284 
151700 mi

US $685
the intake manifold air tumbler flap lever broke.only discernable diff was more pedal pressure..drove me crazy as it used to be smooth before and guess what it is again NOW 

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2006 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

turbocharged 201hp 3.2L I6 Diesel 5-speed shiftable automatic RWD

37000 mi one glow plug faulty 
96500 mi

US $50
Replaced failed coolant thermostat 
113000 mi

US $25
#2 Glow plug 
116700 mi #1 glow plug 
144500 mi

US $400
Water pump started leaking, replaced water pump and idler pulleys, latter preventive. Engine motor mounts failed and were completely collapsed. Replaced both mounts plus the transmission mount (which was still okay). 
146000 mi

US $60
High pressure fuel pump was leaking at startup when engine was cold. Replacement pump is expensive, so I bought a seal kit from Europe and replaced all the seals. 
152000 mi

US $15
Replaced #4 glow plug 
50000 mi

US $300
Bad glow plug 
113000 mi

US $550
Replaced water pump, thermostat, coolant. The thermostat was getting weak (holding temps around 65C rather than 92C). Replaced accessory belt, idlers, tensioner due to a squeal on start-up. 
159000 mi Communications problem with Glow Plug controller - not sure if it is glow plugs or computer issue 
29000 mi

US $25
#4 glow plug replaced 
88000 mi

US $360
Water pump leak 
98000 mi

US $150
Changed my Glow plugs 
35000 mi

US $350
All glow plugs replaced due to failure of two 
49000 mi

US $983
wheel bearing adjustment engine and transmission mounts (3) 
58820 mi

US $2500
motor mounts, main battery. Four tires plus align 
89000 mi Motor Mounts Replaced 
30000 mi Leak of fuel tank where level sender enters tank. 
35300 mi

US $1100
Glow plug failure. 
39200 mi

US $16
No. 1 glow plug failed and I replaced. Shop wanted $200! I did it myself for $16. 
55000 mi Low level oil sensor replaced. 
71000 mi

US $400
Glow plug 
72000 mi

US $700
Replaced remain 5 glow plugs 
76465 mi

US $344
Replace Thermostat, Gasket and Coolant 
94832 mi

US $555
Replaced all glow plugs 
132194 mi

US $1150
Oil Change - Oil, Oil Filter, Seal Ring Oil Separator Leak - Replaced Oil Separator, Oil Drip Pan, Gasket, Filler Cap, Molded Hose, Seal Ring Coolant Flush Air Filter 
143000 mi

US $848
Replaced Water Pump. Small Leak. 
159000 mi

US $350
Replaced Diesel Glow Plugs 
174204 mi

US $634
Replaced Glow Plug Control Module 
127300 mi

US $300
water pump and serpentine belt replacement -- expected at 129k miles, serpentine belt was also original. 
41100 mi

US $70
Leaking cam plug.  
103000 mi

US $1000
Thermostat needed to be replaced. Coolant system was drained. Glow plug control module needed to be replaced. 
75700 mi

US $179
Coolant hose at back of engine split leaking coolant 
109900 mi

US $578
Glow plugs were not working 
116000 mi

US $3500
Injection and main fuel pumps failed 
32000 mi

US $1000
Glow plug failure...all replaced 
60000 mi

US $280
Check engine, 2 glow plug failures, all 6 replaced 
55000 mi

US $350
Return repair from previous transmission problem. Transmission stuck in 1st gear. Replaced trans. computer.Problem with shifting returned w/ check eng. light. Reflashed trans. w/ new SW.  Replaced tension pulley as well due to squeaks. 
67000 mi

US $95
Replaced 2 pre-heat glow plugs 
83800 mi

US $50
Replace 1 bad glow plug 
127000 mi

US $35
Replace number 5 glowplug 

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2006 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

supercharged 469hp 5.4L V8 5-speed shiftable automatic RWD

79000 mi

US $230
Bad belt tensioner and idler pulley bearings. Replaced tensioner assembly and pulley bearing. 
90600 mi

US $65
Idler pulley for accessory drive belt replaced due to noisy bearing. 

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2006 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

302-horsepower 5.0L V8 7-speed shiftable automatic RWD

40000 mi Return of inconsistent shifting. Reflashed transmission computer. 
40000 mi Return of transmission shifting problem. New software was available and seems to have finally corrected problem. 
116000 mi

US $920
Crankshaft rear main seal 
88000 mi

US $200
Engine runs rough sometimes, indication is that catalytic converters need replacement. Repetitive codes appear and will likely need to replace exhaust components. 

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2006 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

302-horsepower 5.0L V8 5-speed shiftable automatic AWD

29140 mi Faulty glow plugs replaced. 
47000 mi

US $150
Valve cover gasket replaced 
40000 mi crankshaft seal replaced oil pan seal replaced 
145000 mi

US $450
Engine crank sensor, air filters 
149000 mi

US $400
Replaced thermostat and coolant Replaced air sensor 

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2006 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

268-horsepower 3.5L V6 7-speed shiftable automatic RWD

53000 mi

US $1000
Fuel injection air pump failure 
15000 mi A belt pully and pully guide was replaced because of a dealer campaign to do so.  
78000 mi

US $1200
had air intake pump repaired for emissions 
71000 mi

US $400
squeak till motor warmed up. Serpentine belt replaced as well as tensioner and both pulleys 
94100 mi

US $14000
2 intermittently failing cam position sensors Minor oil leak 
10901 mi Drive Dynamic seat not operating, pump air line replaced, driver side, warranty item 
104160 mi

¤250
Fuel pump and Fuel filter failed 
62000 mi

US $75
serpentine belt pulley was noisy...replaced pulley 
86000 mi

US $2500
fuel tank was leaking. entire unit had to be replaced. THIS IS A COMMON W211 problem. the local dealer keeps tanks in stock. parts price $1900. 
76000 mi Cam plugs and oil centrifuge leaking, replaced plugs and centrifuge. 
115000 mi

US $1800
Intake manifold went out 
135000 mi

US $820
Radiator thermostat went out, also needed software reset due to fuel vapor warnings. 
122800 mi

US $301
Leaking centrifuge cover replaced. 
149000 mi

US $352
Ignition coil on cylinder #4 went out. 
157000 mi

US $1800
Replaced leaking cam plugs and oil centrifuge cover. Also performed 156k service, and replaced original main battery (11yrs old). 
37000 mi engine management update. 

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2006 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

268-horsepower 3.5L V6 5-speed shiftable automatic AWD

91440 mi

C $4000
Balancing shaft worn out. 
38000 mi

US $90
The bracket holding exhaust pipe broke. Clunking noise on acceleration. This possibly caused transmission into limp home mode. 
63100 mi

US $100
Serpentine belt and idle pulley replaced DIY Still minor squeaking from tensioner pulley that was not replaced 
64000 mi Cracked intake linkage Mechanic said there was a device mounted to the side of the engine and oil was leaking from it 
106640 mi

C $200
When engine is cold, it makes noise, which seems to come from the belt/tensior pulley/s. Some pulleys have been changed, but noise is still there. I am waitng for new part and will try to repair it this week. 
107140 mi I had a noise problem when the engine was running... Worse when it was cold. We replaced several pulleys and the belt 
111600 mi The car has been running rough for a while and it got worse. The engine light as well as the battery light came on. Mechanic told me that it is the sensor for the camshaft. Not fixed yet, will have to take it back after the New year. 
73000 mi

US $4000
CEL read 'Retarget Cam Shaft'. Got astronomical quote; traded the car in the following monday on a new Kia Sportage SX. 
78000 mi

US $60
Car gave P0015 error code, camshaft timing retarded. Purchased new camshaft solenoids/magnets and replaced both passenger side solenoids, which cleared the code. No real symptoms present during the time the code was active. 
84000 mi

US $80
CPS failed causing car to lose power mid-drive; regained power immediately but did not drive again until CPS was replaced. Apparently they die every 80k-120k miles. Tricky to reach CPS, but still a relatively easy repair. 
96300 mi

US $55
Engine was not reaching operational temperature (97C), remaining at ~40C during colder months. Drained coolant and replaced thermostat which solved the problem (heats up within 5 minutes of drive time) CEL with code P0020 came on. Somewhat inaccurate error description, fixed by replacing driver's side camshaft solenoids/magnets. 
44000 mi

US $180
Computer went haywire, needed reprogramming 
43000 mi Charcoal Canister 

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2005 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Wagon

221-horsepower 3.2L V6 5-speed shiftable automatic AWD

127900 mi

US $1900
Oil leak 

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2005 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

turbocharged 201hp 3.2L I6 Diesel 5-speed shiftable automatic RWD

51000 mi Bad glow plug. 
89300 mi

US $420
Replaced all glow plugs in engine. Two had become faulty so I replaced all of them since they would all evenyually fail. 
95000 mi

US $2005
Scheduled maint. D, replace all engine mounts, brake fluid flush. 
96300 mi

US $1090
Glow plug light remained on after engine started, check engine light came on. Glowplug relay was bad, replaced. Heating system quit blowing warm air. Heater exchange failed. Replaced. 
115700 mi

US $1300
glowplug failure 
143300 mi

US $550
Replace belt tensioner, pulleys and belt. 
202000 mi

US $574
Had "Check Engine" light. Dealer replaced all glow plugs PR Bulletin. P-B-15.20/66. 
247200 mi

US $500
Bolt holding fuel injectors came loose and diesel fuel leaked upwards around fuel injector on front two injectors. Diesel fuel got hot,carborized, and melted electrical connections on injectors. Engine cover also partially melted.  
258000 mi

US $25000
More than one of the fuel injectors started to leak. Had all the injectors removed and rebuilt. Reinstallation taking place right now. One injector was not able to be rebuilt, had to purchase one new injector. 
41700 mi

US $25
Replaced diesel glow plug 
142000 mi

US $125
Replaced Glow Plug 
182000 mi Glow plug replaced. glo plug replaced 
47500 mi

US $800
EGR valve died - this appears to be a known manufacturing defect on the car but since it was out of warranty I ate the cost. 
166000 mi

US $5400
High pressure fuel pump, 2 injectors, turbo and in-tank fuel lift pump replaced due to failure of high pressure pump and metal shavings throughout the system. 
23000 mi OIL LEAK COVERED BY WARRANTY 
36000 mi

US $700
A check engine light went on. I brought the car to the dealer who diagnosed the problem and repaired the car. The problem was with the glow plugs used to start the ignition as this car is a diesel. 
87000 mi

US $400
EGR sticking open causing limp home mode. Replaced with redesigned oem part. 
100000 mi

US $65
Replaced thermostat. Engine operating temperature was about 60C instead of 92C. After replacement engine warms up much more quickly and runs at 92C. 
140000 mi

US $28
Glow plug controller failed. Controller was replaced. After glow plug controller was replaced, a glow plug failed. Replaced at 140k miles. This is the third glow plug that has been replaced on the car since it was new, and is considered a wear item. 
156000 mi

US $200
Water pump bearing failed. In hindsight I had plenty of warning but ignored the symptoms. Impeller contacted engine block and put tiny aluminum filings throughout cooling system, and then locked, causing belt to to squeal and then come off. 
169300 mi

US $95
Replaced #3 glow plug. 
185000 mi

US $120
Replaced driver side engine mount. Replaced glow plug #2 
96000 mi

US $500
Pulley seized.  
137000 mi

US $125
Noticeable vibration at idle and while running. Replaced both motor mounts and transmission mount. Simple procedure; corrected problem. 

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2005 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

supercharged 469hp 5.4L V8 5-speed shiftable automatic RWD

63000 mi Replace gas tank, fuel pumps, and associated parts. 
83399 mi fuel tank replaced under extended warranty 
112000 mi

US $255
Supercharger intercooler leak. Replaced. Supercharger pulley bearings fell apart, replaced. Heater core switch malfunctioned, replaced. 
121000 mi Fuel pressure seems to be low when car has less than quarter tank. Car stumbles and hesitates frequently 
123000 mi Fuel tank, pumps and sending units replaced under extended warranty 

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2005 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

302-horsepower 5.0L V8 7-speed shiftable automatic RWD

96000 mi

US $650
Oil leak from RH valve cover Transmission not downshifting smoothly. Software updated, new engine and transmission mounts installed 
100000 mi cooling fan not working 
104000 mi

US $175
Rear main oil seal was leaking Engine misfire case. I was told it was spark plug wires at a cost of $1100. I attempted the repair myself but the problem was not corrected. The car will be going back to the dealer tomorrow. 
104700 mi

US $650
mass airflow sensor 
115000 mi

US $600
Engine would crank for an extended period of time before it would start especially when hot. Eventually the CEL came on. Told it was either a crank or cam position sensor. Dealer replaced Crank Sensor and problem went away. 
141500 mi

US $350
CEL on and rough idle. Replaced EGR valve. 
187900 mi

US $1500
Fuel pump failed. fuel pump replaced Water pump making noise 
57000 mi

US $1200
Crank position sensor failed 
18000 mi

US $800
valve cover leaks - car just went out of warranty, Mercedes covered repair. 

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2005 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

302-horsepower 5.0L V8 5-speed shiftable automatic AWD

40000 mi Valve cover gasket leaking. 
85000 mi

US $1620
Electronic ignition switch failed intermittently. New switch installed and software reloaded. 

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2005 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

221-horsepower 3.2L V6 5-speed shiftable automatic RWD

106000 mi

US $375
Needed a new ignition switch. Dealer replaced, Mercedes paid for part, I paid labor. 
109000 mi

US $510
Changed water pump 

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2005 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

221-horsepower 3.2L V6 5-speed shiftable automatic AWD

1200 mi complete breakdown due to failure of main vehicle computer 
89000 mi

US $400
Changed motor mounts. 
123200 mi

US $750
Replaced the engine mounts 
123000 mi

US $767
Crankshaft Position Sensor 

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2004 Mercedes-Benz E-Class

Engine not specified

167000 mi

US $600
fuel pump replaced exhaust leak fixed by welding crack in catalitic converter 

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2004 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Wagon

302-horsepower 5.0L V8 5-speed shiftable automatic AWD

144000 mi

US $1200
Belt tensioner was making some noise 
89000 mi

US $100
problem somewhere in canbus system 
89000 mi never did find the problem, but it looked to be the ignition switch... ($500+ coding) 

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2004 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Wagon

221-horsepower 3.2L V6 5-speed shiftable automatic RWD

270000 mi

US $325
Fuel pump failed. Replaced pump and sending unit, as both were original. 
154000 mi

US $429
leaking gasket covers 
155000 mi

US $600
Motor mounts failed 
87700 mi

US $500
Replace camshaft position sensor. 
132500 mi

US $300
EGR faulty, still investigating. 
162000 mi

US $3800
Motor mounts 
75000 mi

US $200
Check engine light came on and a scan indicated it was a mass air flow problem. I replaced the MAF sensor with a new one and the problem went away. 

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2004 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Wagon

221-horsepower 3.2L V6 5-speed shiftable automatic AWD

76000 mi

US $304
Fault codes for gasoline evaporation system. R/R gas cap. Repaired plastic lines of evap. recovery system. 
88000 mi

US $200
car would not start when hot; fault code indicated the crankshaft position sensor; sensor was replaced. $203.52 
91000 mi

US $1700
regular maintenance at 90,000 miles, valve cover gasket replacement and new spark plugs 

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2004 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

supercharged 469hp 5.4L V8 5-speed shiftable automatic RWD

79000 mi Replaced Cranshaft Positioning Sensor 
80000 mi The Car would randomly stall during complete stops. It happened about 3 times, but would start back up. On the fourth time, the car no longer started and had to be towed. Dealer replaced Crank Positioning Sensor (CPS)- under warranty. 
148000 mi Fuel tank replaced under recall - unlimited mile, 15 year warranty extension on fuel tanks for cracking issues on the E55 AMG. The fuel tank was cracked and venting. 
38000 mi

US $850
Supercharger - internal gasket failed allowing oil to enter intake creating blue exhaust smoke. Gasket replaced and all is well. Covered under extended warranty. 
82000 mi

US $200
Spark Plugs and leaky valve covers 

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2004 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

302-horsepower 5.0L V8 7-speed shiftable automatic RWD

134000 mi

US $1800
Pulley had to be replaced. 
88000 mi

US $2550
new radiator, thermostat 
223000 mi

US $100
engine lag, sputtering at takeoff. Unexpected acceleration at a stop. All recommendations were to change MAF sensor. Turned out to be 000-470-88-93, PURGE VALVE & 1 002-540-70-97 CHANGE OVER VALVE. Runs like new now. 

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2004 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

221-horsepower 3.2L V6 5-speed shiftable automatic RWD

116000 mi

US $1450
transmission and motor mounts 
83900 mi

US $2000
Replaced leaking intake manifold gasket. 
84300 mi

US $200
replaced valve 
113000 mi Needed gas tank replacement, covered by Mercedes 
71000 mi

US $685
replace engine and transmission mounts. 
61000 mi

US $740
Replaced gas tank on extended warranty per Mercedes Benz. Replaced battery and rear brakes as well as routine maintenance and oil change 

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2004 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

98000 mi

US $300
Thermostat failed open; car would not maintain proper operating temperature. Thermostat was replaced and problem was resolved. 
100000 mi

US $650
Fuel line from tank to engine mounted hi-pressure fuel pump had leak at connection. This fuel leak puddled on the fuel pump and boiled off, causing smoke under the hood. Dealer replaced lines and cleaned mating surface to abate leak. 
176200 mi

US $2100
replaced seal washers on all 6 diesel CDI injectors. 3.2L staright 6 suffered from "Black Sludge of Death" disease. 

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2004 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4-door

4-cylinder automatic 2WD

46500 mi Leakage in the fuel pump under the back seat. Entire fuel pump assembly had to be replaced 

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2003 Mercedes-Benz E-Class

Engine not specified

80000 mi engine mounts 

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2003 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

supercharged 469hp 5.4L V8 5-speed shiftable automatic RWD

19142 mi Compressor pulley R&R and re-shimmed. Done under warranty. 
21593 mi Circulation pump found to be inoperable. DONE UNDER WARRANTY. 
34133 mi

US $1038
Belt tensioner was found to be faulty. Valve cover gaskets were leaking oil. Replaced gaskets. 
83720 mi

US $76
Valve cover gaskget replacement. 
87480 mi

US $547
Replaced thermostat. Leaking fuel tank and both fuel sending units. This issue has been reported to the NTSB and is an ongoing investigation due to it's widespread nature on the W211 E Class Mercedes. Purge valve was found to be not connected to intake manifold. Replaced purge valve connection (air intake P). Replaced Y-pipe intake pipe. 
88775 mi

US $1475
3 out of 4 O2 sensors reported to be bad. Replaced all 4. Replaced gas filler cap as check engine light came on for minor purge system leak. 

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2003 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

302-horsepower 5.0L V8 5-speed shiftable automatic RWD

74000 mi Check engine light on. Engine running erratic. Replaced mass airflow sensor. 
93000 mi

US $47
Engine took a few more cranks to start. Check engine light came on. Error code indicated Crank position sensor. Replaced the Crank position sensor 
104000 mi

US $2600
motor mounts failed.  crankshaft sensor failed. other sensors failed. Car towed twice. 
118000 mi

US $950
02 and crank sensors replaced. 
90000 mi Cam sensor 
103600 mi

US $2300
Catalytic converter flange was cracked, causing an exhaust leak. Engine mount (hydraulic) leaked, causing engine to not sit level - likely causing the catalytic converter flange to crack. O2 Sensor failed. Replace spark plugs (16) and wires (16) O2 Sensor failed (one of the remaining 3 that were not replaced previously). 
122000 mi

US $2200
Engine sensors engine mounts exhaust 
73000 mi Ignition switch key failed, Replaced under warranty. Car would start but convenience memory options would not. 
81000 mi

US $95
OOPS forgot I changed spark plugs in March. OEM Bosch installed by owner. Also changed fanbelt but found the idle pulley bearing failed. RR Idle pulley bearing. This would have been warranty on the pulley but I had the belt off. 
88500 mi Both motor mounts failed. Replaced under CPO warranty both engine mounts and transmission mount due to excessive vibration. Engine vibration at Idle. Engine mounts leaking. Both engine mounts replaced and Transmission mount. Engine smooth again. Repaired under extended complete warranty. Estimate for dealer to repair $750 w/o warranty 
118000 mi

US $400
rusted exhaust pipe 
93000 mi

US $3000
check engine light 
93000 mi

US $250
check engine light .....again 
95000 mi

US $2500
Check engine light....again. Emission control gate. Also found leaky gas tank filler seal. leaking gas filler tube 
144000 mi

US $250
Failed inspection, so getting code from my diagnosis computer. I had to replace my egr valve and replace maf sensor. Which allowed the car to finally pass inspection 

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2003 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

221-horsepower 3.2L V6 5-speed shiftable automatic RWD

39000 mi Car was leaking oil. Dealer said it was the transmission fluid sensor. 
94800 mi

US $1200
water pump failed 
49000 mi Heater core malfunctioned and brought in for warranty repair. 
111200 mi

US $346
replace EGR valve 
108022 mi

US $334
replaced crankshaft position sensor 

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2003 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

31000 mi The thermostat gasket was leaking, it was thought at first to be head gasket.  
37000 mi

£300
Engine management light was lit, star diagnostics said it was cam sensor 

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2003 Mercedes-Benz E-Class

6-cylinder automatic 2WD

55000 mi

US $2300
Also replaced oil sensor unit and front control module, which were faulty. 

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2002 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Wagon

221-horsepower 3.2L V6 5-speed shiftable automatic RWD

119000 mi

US $50
crankshaft position sensor change 
130000 mi

US $210
cooling fan for ecm replaced; had gone into limp mode 

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2002 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Wagon

221-horsepower 3.2L V6 5-speed shiftable automatic AWD

106300 mi

US $668
Filtration canister had devleloped a leak, which was repaired.  
111000 mi

US $656
Belt tension roller had failed throwing belt off. Replaced roller and belt. 
122300 mi

US $350
Valve cover gasket leak 
150000 mi

US $2000
Valve Cover Gaskets, Water Pump replaced. 
157000 mi

US $170
Serpetine Belt Tensioner failed. Replaced tensioner and idler pully. 
130000 mi

US $325
leaking fuel line from tank to pump. replaced 
128000 mi

US $65
Muffler hanger on rear of car rusted out 
134000 mi

US $425
Replace motor mounts 
134000 mi

US $280
Top of fuel tank rusted through 

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2002 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

349-horsepower 5.4L V8 5-speed shiftable automatic RWD

133100 mi

US $400
One valve cover had small leak, replaced both sides as preventive measure. 

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2002 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

275-horsepower 4.3L V8 5-speed shiftable automatic RWD

74000 mi

US $944
Motor mounts replaced, 688. 
109000 mi

US $75
Engine belt pulley replaced after several hairline cracks were diagnosed. 

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2002 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4-door

8-cylinder automatic 2WD

106000 mi

US $260
Replaced the Coolant radiator 
113000 mi

US $380
Replaced water pump and belt 

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2001 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Wagon

221-horsepower 3.2L V6 5-speed shiftable automatic AWD

112000 mi

US $2520
Replaced engine and transmission mounts. Replaced catalytic converter. 
115000 mi

US $300
Gas filler lock broken 
174000 mi

US $2000
Replaced catalytic converters 
139700 mi

US $600
All fuel lines replaced. 
20000 mi

US $250
Warning light on, vacuum leak, repaired, never recurred. 
69300 mi

US $4000
valve cover gaskets 
101000 mi

US $300
Loud exhaust noise - exhaust flange replaced/repaired. 
175500 mi

US $2000
Drain plug on bottom of oil crankcase was leaking, replaced with new plug to stop the leaking. 

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2001 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

349-horsepower 5.4L V8 5-speed shiftable automatic RWD

42000 mi

US $200
MAF sensor was failing, threw CEL 
115000 mi

US $100
#8 coil misfire. 
156000 mi

US $1500
Valve cover gaskets leaking. Install new gaskets & reseal breather system 

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2001 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

275-horsepower 4.3L V8 5-speed shiftable automatic RWD

297000 mi

US $8
Replaced leaking fuel hose. 
298500 mi

US $79
Replaced regen valve. 
349000 mi

US $65
Idler pulley bearing locked up and serpentine belt broke. Replaced both. 
93000 mi

US $2000
Replaced 1 cat converter. 
120000 mi

US $1500
catalytic converter was bad 

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2001 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

275-horsepower 4.3L V8 5-speed shiftable automatic AWD

154000 mi

US $190
Electronics enclosure cooling fan failed, causing blown fuse and no start condition; replaced cooling fan. 
156000 mi

US $600
Replaced engine timing guides which were causing noise. 
171000 mi

US $600
Oil Level Senor needed to be replaced. Sent faulty "Check Oil Level" warnings to dash. 
178000 mi

US $2000
Engine Mounts Transmission Mounts 

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2001 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

221-horsepower 3.2L V6 5-speed shiftable automatic RWD

128000 mi

US $2200
Catalytic converters 
80000 mi During routine maintenance technician discovered a valve cover seeping. They are supposedly contacting my extended aftermarket warranty company trying to get them to pay for the repair. 
88000 mi Both valve covers have been leaking for several months and were gradually getting worse. Warranty company inspected and authorized the replacement of both sides gaskets. 
91000 mi

US $200
I had a check engine light and a P0170 code that indicated a possible failed MAF. A friend loaned me one, I swapped them, and that seemed to fix it. I then bought one and installed it myself; problem solved. 
97000 mi

US $545
I had a check engine light and the dealer found 2 problems. The crankshaft position sensor was bad and also an oxygen sensor (right front). I received a 10% discount because I had a coupon. 
94860 mi

$500
drivers side exhaust manifold replaced. Part was an upgraded part by mercedes with new part number 
127000 mi

US $1200
Catalytic converter failed on one side. 
160700 mi

US $75
Water pump 
253300 mi

US $2600
Exhaust hoses and fittings. Many parts replaced. 
116000 mi

US $450
replace water pump, belt and tension pully 
125000 mi

US $900
faulty ignition switch replaced 

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2001 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

221-horsepower 3.2L V6 5-speed shiftable automatic AWD

100200 mi

US $75
Replaced CPS. Intermittent stalling prior to replacement 
133000 mi

US $200
Vacuum pump module failed and was replaced with used part. 
164000 mi

US $1500
Wiring harness was replaced. The mechanic said it was worn and cracking. The car ran smoother with this change. 

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2001 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4-door

8-cylinder automatic 2WD

77380 mi Intermittent engine non-starting (cranking, but not catching) resulted in CEL. Code described "crank position sensor". Code cleared, no charge. Repair to be made at later date with replacement sensor, problem not critical, will live with for now. 
78740 mi

C $300
Loss of power when engine hot, cranked but wouldn't fire until cool. Crank position sensor replaced. 

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2001 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4-door

6-cylinder automatic AWD

88040 mi

C $750
Replace crankshaft sensor. Problem found in computer memory. Cost to repair $350. 

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2001 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4-door

6-cylinder automatic 2WD

48000 mi

£1479
Driver noticed unusual noise from front of engine. Diagnosed by shop as water pump bearing failure and water pump replaced. 

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2000 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Wagon

221-horsepower 3.2L V6 5-speed shiftable automatic RWD

107700 mi

US $225
Camshaft position sensor replacement, self diagnosed and confirmed directly by mechanics. 
121000 mi

US $700
CC replaced for slight rattle----Prophylactic repair, no CEL or performance issues. 
133300 mi

US $120
Pads, front. Pin hole filled, crank/oil case 

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2000 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Wagon

221-horsepower 3.2L V6 5-speed shiftable automatic AWD

78000 mi

US $335
SURPENTINE BELT BROKE 
111600 mi

$400
Water pump bearing noise. water pump replaced. 
195000 mi

US $174
Temperature sensor was bad. $99 to diagnose, $175 for part. Put it in myself. 
255000 mi

US $1700
Replace motor mounts Check engine light came on. Diagnosed as worn coolant temp sensor. R&R coolant temp sensor, flush cooling system. Add new coolant 
127100 mi

C $1100
some ignition coils rest of the ignition coils 
166800 mi

US $700
Engine and transmission mounts 

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2000 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

349-horsepower 5.4L V8 5-speed shiftable automatic RWD

92000 mi

US $140
MAF needed to be replaced, car was stalling when coming to a stop. Super fast install 

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2000 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

275-horsepower 4.3L V8 5-speed shiftable automatic RWD

181000 mi

US $224
Dealer found that an antifreeze leak was due to a loose radiator hose. Check engine light was due to a crankcase valve that needed to be replaced. 

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2000 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

275-horsepower 4.3L V8 5-speed shiftable automatic AWD

125000 mi

US $378
An electronic idle control module went bad. When it overheated, the car would stall (thinking it was off). It would start back up when the module cooled. This was a very basic repair and no other problems occurred as a result. 
91000 mi

US $120
Something attaching the exhaust had broken loose, fixed with a welding job 

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2000 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

221-horsepower 3.2L V6 5-speed shiftable automatic RWD

58900 mi

$350
Mass Air Flow (MAF) sensor failure. Purchased new part from a seller and replaced it myself. Quick and simple procedure that took 15 minutes but the part was expensive. 
60860 mi

$800
Crank shaft position sensor failed. Intermittent failure of engine to start as a result. This fix was quick and inexpensive. 
61980 mi

$1200
engine block gasket set replacement, auxiliary belt replacement,  engine and transmission mount replacement. 
147000 mi

US $700
Replaced all 4 factory original catalytic converters (both pipes). Pretty good longevity for a 14 year old car. 
135000 mi

US $500
Needed new wires for spark plugs plus coils on 3 cyl. 
148000 mi

US $144
Car was accelerating by itself then stopping by itself. Electrical connections resecured. 
151300 mi

US $300
Engine stumbles at idle. On occasion, engine has increased RPM without pressure on gas pedal and pulled against the brakes. No one has successfully fixed this but they sure do charge. 
152000 mi

US $590
Spark plugs burned up 
140000 mi replaced passenger side back cat converter 
147500 mi

US $1300
auxilliary cooling fan for cooling electronics failed intermittently. it's part of strarting circuit so car wouldn't start. 

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2000 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4dr Sedan

221-horsepower 3.2L V6 5-speed shiftable automatic AWD

90000 mi

US $1700
weld a bracket to catalyst pipes. change wiper, tranny fluid, 

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1999 Mercedes-Benz E-Class

Engine not specified

166200 mi

US $4500
O rings on fuel lines replaced Valve cover gasket leaking; replaced Bolts securing the valve rockers were loose. Retorqued to spec. 
38440 mi

A $550
replaced the crankshaft positioning sensor 
38540 mi

A $700
engine mountings and transmission mountings replaced 
176000 mi

US $50
Replaced alternator pulley. 
141000 mi

US $1
Charcoal canister, valves. 
144000 mi

US $750
Seals, valve cover replaced. All engine mounts replaced. 
130000 mi Oxygen sensor code on relatively new sensor. Earlier transmission fluid leak had leaked fluid onto connector. Cleaned contacts with cleaner, reset code, working fine now. 
132000 mi

US $1150
Replace catalytic converters. Both sides. 

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1999 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4-door

8-cylinder automatic 2WD

91000 mi

US $500
Transmission mount cracked. 

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1999 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4-door

6-cylinder automatic AWD

124620 mi

C $1000
repair - valve cover gasket repair maintenance - tranny flush, brake fluid flush, brake service, oil and filter 
119000 mi Water pump bearings bad. Replace water pump. Belt tensioner bad, replace also. Water pump replaced during first visit in January was defective. Dealer replaced water pump again. 

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1999 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4-door

6-cylinder automatic 2WD

78000 mi

US $215
engine mounts 
81000 mi

US $50
crankshaft position sensor 
114000 mi

US $50
Replaced the camshaft position sensor. 
104160 mi

A $100
Oil leak from timing inspection cover 
134540 mi

A $245
car stopped. would run for minute then stop. mechanic could not read error code - no adapter to round merc socket. I bought socket & code reader and crank positioning sensor and spanner set and got charged for storage 
148180 mi

R 1250
Serpent Belt Snapped due to Belt Tensioner Seizing.Replaced belt and Replaced Tensioner with the plastic one from a W210/W211 2001 E280 as advised on MBENZ forum.Agents claim they are not aware of this failure -common on MBENZ forum 
150040 mi

R 9500
Oil rings collapsed. Car smoking and using a lot of oil. Replaced rings and bearings and overhauled the heads at the same time. Cost would have been R16000+ except brother-in-law owns repair shop. 
150040 mi Rings collapsed again. Tearing down whole engine to find cause. 
150040 mi A valve in one of the tappet covers was stuck - which caused the oil to be pushed out via exhaust 
141980 mi

C $1500
catalytic converter failed 
155000 mi

C $200
Gas cap 
155820 mi

C $200
minor coolant leak 

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1999 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4-door

4-cylinder automatic 2WD

26040 mi Car would crank but would not turn over, was initially told it was a dead battery, so got a new one, problem still there, dealer could not replicate but i insisted, they eventually got it to do it again, then made me buy a new key! $$$$ :( 

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1998 Mercedes-Benz E-Class

Engine not specified

155000 mi

US $1000
catalytic converter 
175000 mi

US $86
Repair Oil Housing Leak 
179800 mi

C $600
R&R muffler R&R motor mounts 
156000 mi

US $20
flushed coolant 

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1998 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4-door

6-cylinder automatic AWD

150000 mi

US $300
Accessory Belt tensioner replaced 
156300 mi

US $3800
Catalytic converters on both sides failed.  

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1998 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 4-door

6-cylinder automatic 2WD

216800 mi

US $950
Water pump and idler pulley belt tensioner were shot 
57000 mi

US $560
AIR MASS METER 
84940 mi

$90
Engine and transmission mounts had to be replaced after a loud noise and vibration coming from the engine and transmission. 
164300 mi

US $220
Replace TDC sensor 

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