In this video Kent explains some of the key reasons for poor battery contact and loss of voltage to important electrical components. If you want your later model Mercedes to run a peak performance pay attention to your battery. All kinds of weird things can happen to a computer aged vehicle when the computers and electric control units do not receive 12 + volts.
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Kents shows examples of problems he found on a 1989 300E and a 2000 E430. These type of problems can happen on older cars and other makes as well.
Related Repair Details NOT included: This video stresses the importance of good battery contacts and grounds. It does not cover battery maintenance and restoration, battery types, charging systems, or how to troubleshoot a persistant discharge problem.
Chassis/Models Used in Production: 1989 300E and 2000 E430
Applies to the Following Chassis/Models: Although most comments related to newer models with computers the principles apply to all older Mercedes Benz
Total Run Time: 8:16 Minutes
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