05 mbz 320 clk oil dipstick?
The MB 320 engine has NO dipstick! Oil level is monitored and shown on the digital portion of the dash instruments.
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1998 Mbz E 320 - Whenever it rains you get an oil sensor defective message on the dash screen Could it be that a short occurs at the harness because of water leaks causing a short?
Answer . I have a 1999 E430 and I get idiot lights coming on randomly, too. I got one a while back that said the rear tail lights were out after I washed the car. I waited a while and it hasn't come back on since. There were no lights of any kind out.. The oil sensor defective light came on tod…ay while we were travelling through Arkansas. It was a clear day -- no rain anywhere. I will tell you one thing that might have something to do with it. In my case, I found that you can check the oil level using the computer if you: turn your ignition key to the second ON position. This is the position that causes all of the dash warning lights to come on so you can see if any of the bulbs are burned out. Leave it in this position -- do not start the car. After about 5-10 seconds, it asks if you want to check the oil level. Push the "0" (zero) button on the dash twice. I did this while the engine was still warm twice and the computer said that the engine was overfilled with oil. Apparently you need to wait like 6 minutes before testing. I did not wait. I suspect what happened is the computer "sensed" that the engine was overfilled with oil a certain number of times because I didn't wait for the hot oil to get back into the pan before testing. Then other times the sensor told the computer everything was cool and the computer "decided" that the oil sensor is defective.. I haven't gotten that one again, but I've learned not to leave the key in the second ON position (prior to starting the car) for more than a second or two unless the car has been sitting for at least six minutes. Otherwise that damn oil sensor light comes on again.. Could your situation have something to do with the rain itself? I don't know, but I also wonder if you don't operate the car slightly differently when it's raining. Maybe you fiddle with the wiper blades or the A/C longer while the key is in the second ON position and this is just long enough for it to test the oil sensor and "conclude" that it's defective.. These Mercedes are very finicky and I must admit that it is unusual driving a car that gives messages that may or may not be valid. On the other hand, it has never left me stranded and it purrs like a kitt.en when driving thousands and thousands of miles.. Hope this helps. ( Full Answer )
Answer . open the hood, look for it, it will likely have a yellow tipped handle with a finger loop in it, it will be on the outside of the engine, front side most likely. If you are looking for a transmission dip stick, you won't find one, because it does not exist.
Call a MB dealership and give them you vin # and they'll be able to look it up in the national database, or you would have to take out your whole radio and look in the back of the head unit
The best way to drain the oil out of a 320 engine is not through the drain plug. The best way (Same way the Mercedes dealer does it) is by the "Topsider" method.. You need to buy a fluid extractor kit (About $50) which is a nothing more than a hand pump. You stick a small hose (Comes in the kit) in…to the dipstick tube, prime the hand pump and release a clamp (Also part of the kit). With the engine oil warm it takes about 30 minutes to extract all the oil.. You then need a filter removal wrench (Less than $10) to remove the filter cap on top right side of the engine. Pull out the filter assembly, remove the old filter, install the new filter (With 4 O-rings than come with filter). Reinstall filter assembly and place cap back on. Add oil and done.. Note if using extended intervals between oil cjanges use the "Fleece" oil filters, if not use the "Paper" filters, but you will need to change the oil more frequenly.. The best way to drain the oil out of a 320 engine is not through the drain plug. The best way (Same way the Mercedes dealer does it) is by the "Topsider" method.. You need to buy a fluid extractor kit (About $50) which is a nothing more than a hand pump. You stick a small hose (Comes in the kit) into the dipstick tube, prime the hand pump and release a clamp (Also part of the kit). With the engine oil warm it takes about 30 minutes to extract all the oil.. You then need a filter removal wrench (Less than $10) to remove the filter cap on top right side of the engine. Pull out the filter assembly, remove the old filter, install the new filter (With 4 O-rings than come with filter). Reinstall filter assembly and place cap back on. Add oil and done.. Note if using extended intervals between oil cjanges use the "Fleece" oil filters, if not use the "Paper" filters, but you will need to change the oil more frequenly. ( Full Answer )
Fuse panel in trunk and one under hood. They are numbered. Not sure where the 28 is located
Open the hood and locate the headlamp covers. Turn them counter clockwise to remove and you will have access to the headlamps. The headlamps are locked in place with a clamp that must be released in order to release the headlamps. Make certain to look at the notch on the lamps before removing. They …have to be inserted in the same position. Also, do not touch the glass portion of the lamp with your fingers. The oil on your skin will drastically reduce the life of the lamp. Lastly, do not buy the highest intensity lamps, They have half the life of the regular ones. ( Full Answer )
Yes, It is a four converter setup in two units and V&C Converters (866-513-0758) has both. We will ship anywhere in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico (except California.)
There are a set of 4"/10.16cm at the rear of the doors The front of the doors there are a set of 6.5"/16.51cm The rear shelf are a set of 6.5"/16.51cm but they are set in spacer rings with the hole being able to handle 7 or mabey 8"
The speed sensor on a CLK 320 is located on the transmission. It isplugged in just behind the bell housing.
I use Mobil 1 Synthetic Oil it is recommended for 5K miles but i still change at 3K.. I do too but go to 5-8K change interval under normal service conditions . Please be aware that Mobil 1 is a synthetic oil as the base oil is made by polymerization of alpha olefins so the molecular chains are rela…tively linear and not significantly branched so there are few secondary carbon atoms . Secondary and tertiary carbon atoms are sources of chain scission therefore changing the lubrication properties of the oil . Many other brands of "synthetic" oils are refined from crude oil and simple dehydrowaxed to remove the residual parafin waxy materials so they flow well at low temperatures . They contain much higher levels of branching thus higher levels of secondary and tertiary carbon atoms . At a 3K oil change interval the presence of branching is much less a factor but at extended service life , is a consideration .. Oils made from polymerization of alpha olefins typically allow lower viscosity by stopping the polymerization at the desired molecular weight and will generally have much tighter molecular weight distribution than oils refined from crude . Note many race engine engineers specify Mobil 1 . This answer from someone who has no affiliation with ExxonMobil but experience developing synthetic lubricants for non-automotive applications . ( Full Answer )
remove the bezel by pulling on it gently , unlock the tabs on the sides and pull the radio out.
there is no oil dipstick. The oil can be checked electronically from the dash computer system. On CLK 320 there is however a dipstick tube and a cap on it and same for the automatic transmission . ZD Mak tools and Samstag tools sell dipsticks for Newer model Mercedes but the dipstick should not be l…eft in the oil dipstick tube -- only use for checking oil level with engine not running . The AT dipstick however is inserted while car is in park , engine running but is also not left in place . Very easy to overfill AT so only add 200 cc ( baby bottle and slim ,rolled paper funnel works well ) between measurements . AT fluid level not at all prone to dropping unless leaking which is rare on newer models . ( Full Answer )
Spray into the lock cylinder WD-40. Wait 20 minutes and it opensright up. Because everyone uses the smart key to open the trunk;the mechanical lock cylinder goes without use and humidity causesthe cylinder to seize up.
You can get a CLK 320 Mercedes engine diagram from any Mercedesdealership. You can also purchase them at your local auto partsstore.
16.35 US gal (62.0L) including a reserve of 2.11 gal. Operator's manual page 389 "Technical data".
The manufacturer recommends that you use 10 W-40 weight motor oilin your 2003 Mercedes-Benz 500. You can use a lighter weight motoroil in extremely cold climates.
UNTIL IT'S FULL why do idiots bother to answer questions in this way " until its full" get a life idiot. Per oil change my Mercedes clk takes 12.8 Quarts of Mobil 1 synthetic fluid. The above answer benefits no one. As a former professional BMW mechanic, I find that type arrogance ridiculous. Man…y DIY's do not have a supply of oil on hand and asking how much oil is required for an oil change is not NECESSARILY an idiotic question. Just because we might know the correct answer, everyone who does not and asks is an idiot. It's obvious to everyone the answer is "until it's full." Maybe the above poster should get a life, instead of ripping into someone who asks an innocent and innocuous question. ( Full Answer )
Its in the rear headrests. Push the button on the dash to hydraulically raise and lower the roll bar(headrests). It is spring loaded and will pop-up much faster in the event of a roll-over.
disconnect the battery. you will have to reset everything. maybe someone has a better answer.
29 PSI Front 32 PSI Rear Most cars have inflation pressures written on the inside of the door sill on the drivers side.
There are 8 spark plugs. This answer is in error. There may be 8 for the V-8, but I'm seeing 2 plugs per cylinder on the V-6. Three coils, each bank with 2 plug wires out of each one. Total 12 plugs fro the V-6
ItÂ´s located under the car just next to the gastank, you will need to remove a cover to be able to access the filter
i have CLK 280 and i want to activate my phone can you tell me how i can do that..
Turn the key to position 2. Scroll to service "b" using the up or down arrow button on the steering wheel. Then press and hold the odometer reset button on the lefthand side of the instrument cluster. The screen will then change and say press button for 3 seconds to reset. At that time release and t…hen press and hold the button for 3 seconds. It will then reset to 10,000 miles. ( Full Answer )
first you lift a back seat and take off, second you need a screw drive for take off a 3 screws and lift a other part (back seat part) .
Inspect your trunk. Make sure the area reserved for the roof mechanism is free from obstruction. Make sure the shield is properly in place. If it isn't properly in place a switch inhibits the roof mechanism. Just unhook the shield, pull it out slightly and re-hook the shield. Good luck.
208 or 209?? usualy driver side rear, under soft top compartment,open soft top till it almost lacthes back but dont let it touch thewindshield frame, open soft top cover and push back of soft top outof the way, remove covers and you will see the module.
I just received a new key today for a 1999 C280. it's the shiny metal chromey one that replaces the all black plastic one. The chromey is the only replacement from M.B. now, but works just the same and looks good too. Your key probably falls into this category, providing you use the remote transpond…er fob type and you don't have "keyless-go" ignition. The Chicago dealer near me cost $185. For the remote $6.50 for the key blade and 19.16 for the high as a kite 10% sales tax. And they want to raise the Illinois income tax too! That's if you get no discount. Yes they changed the length of the blade so the old one wont fit. You do need to get the new blade. This news is the same for all who need keys from 1998 on up. Only the price may be different. Brill. ( Full Answer )
soz i gotta a s class (latest) and i don't know where the hood release is but go onto their site (http://www3.mercedes-benz.com/mbcom_v4/xx/en.html) and follow the prompts but make sure that the HTTP does come up with http://www3.mercedes-benz.com/mbcom_v4/xx/ -something other than en .html becaus…e then you will get it in a different language ( Full Answer )
Had same issue for 2001 clk 430. best bet I found was eBay motors and eBay.
B-Service 1. Â· Function check 2. Â· Check warning and indicator lamps, illumination and interior lighting 3. Â· Check windshield wiper, windshield washer system, headlamp cleaning system 4. Â· Check seat belts for damage and proper function 5. Â· Reset maintenance service counter in i…nstrument cluster 6. Â· Replace dust filter (not applicable to SL-Class) 7. Â· Replace combination filter (SL-Class) 8. Â· Check parking brake (function test only) Wheels, brakes 1. Â· Check condition/thickness of front and rear brake discs 2. Â· Check front and rear brake pads for lining thickness 3. Â· Check tires for damage and condition 4. Â· Measure tread depth, record in mm 5. Â· Correct tire inflation pressure 6. Â· Tire rotation2 Underside of Vehicle 1. Â· Check for major component leakage 2. Â· Check for chafe marks, line routing, damaged components 3. Â· Check condition of front axle ball joints and rubber boots 4. Â· Check condition of mechanical steering components Engine Compartment 1. Â· Check for major components leakage 2. Â· Check for chafe marks, line routing, damaged components 3. Â· Check and replenish all fluid levels 4. Â· Engine oil and filter change 5. Â· Check engine cooling system, antifreeze and corrosion protection 6. Â· Check brake system 7. Â· Check power steering 8. Â· Check Active Body Control (S-Class, SL-Class and CL-Class) 9. Â· Check windshield washer system 10. Â· Check and correct battery fluid level 11. Â· Check battery condition 12. Â· Check catch, safety catch and hinges on engine hood for proper operation 13. Â· Check condition of poly V-b ( Full Answer )
yes , you can put on very car 20" rims but you should change the disc where the wheel is putted on
1. Use the blade key to open the door. 2. Open the hood of car. 3 under hood there's a jumper stump or plug, it should located next to fuse box. 4. Connect pos cable (+red) and neg to ground. Dont try and start the car. Just let enough charge flow through to open trunk from inside. 5. Then jump star…t battery from open trunk. ( Full Answer )
7" X 16" alloy wheels with 37mm offsets and a 5 / 112mm lug pattern stock tires are 205/55 HR 16 all way round.
Yes. The battery's in the trunk under the floor of the trunk. Just lift it up and you will see the battery along with the spare.
as per mercedes benz trans oil is lifetime fill this might haved changed but from what i was told its lifetime oil fill
fuse nunbers 62 & 63 there are three fuse boxes on the clk 320 one under the bonnet offside one off side of the dashboard and finally one in the boot off side good luck
Seat positions in my CLK are set by using the seat-back-headrest buttons on the inside upper front of the door. After you move the buttons to get the best position for the principal driver press and hold down the green button for a few seconds then press the number 1 button. Other drivers can select… other numbers. After that any time you want your settings press and hold the number 1 while the seat readjusts. ( Full Answer )
Under the hood or in the trunk. If your battery is in the trunk there is a positive terminal under the hood in a plastic box in front of the driver. You can use this terminal to get electrical power to the car, if the battery is dead. You will need to find a metal ground (or negative terminal) anyw…here on the engine or metal frame. Do not use this terminal to start the car, only to give power to the door locks and the trunk lid. Do not close the trunk lid if you remove the battery from the trunk as you will be forced to use your metal key in the lock and those work only after you have created a completely new vocabulary of four letter words. ( Full Answer )
There are so many ways the trunk lid could get jammed the answer to your question is "you have to be there." I would take it to a dealership and have the Mercedes Benz people look at it. I am sure they would know at least what not to do.
The hood latch is centered on the steering column deep under the dash. Make sure the key is in the lock, opening the hood without the key will cause the noisy car alarm thingy to go off. I had to ask.
lift bonnet look to the left front side of the engine you will see the red finger hole of the oil dipstick just pull it up
The Mercedes Benz CLK 320 has a 215-horsepower 3.2-liter V6. 3.2 liters is 195.25 cubic inches of displacement.
Genuine Mercedes-BenzÂ® CD Magazine (Holds 6) is about 55 to 65 dollars. You might be able to find them cheaper online.
Take your key to a Mercedes Benz dealership with proof of ownership of the vehicle (the Title or Registration papers) and a picture I.D. (showing who you are) preferably your driver's license. They won't work on the smart key unless they know that you are the owner of the vehicle and can prove you a…re who you say you are. ( Full Answer )
Service B at the dealership will set you back over $500.00 including $129.00 for the oil change. The CLK 320 engine holds eight quarts of oil and we use synthetic motor oil of high quality. A number of engine and cabin filters are changed in this service level. Service A is a little less expensive …because fewer filter changes are included. Basically it's just an oil change and a safety review of the stuff that keep you going straight down the road. The service modules are about 15,000 miles apart so for most folks that is more than a year between A and B. ( Full Answer )
A 55 Ampere Hour battery is not recommended for your car. The recommended battery is a group 49, with 100AH and proper venting. Other sizes will not fit and incomplete venting is dangerous.
no dip stick in the engine.only tube with cover,you have to buy a special tool to check the oil level.details in this file ( mercedes-autobestanswer) google it.
In mine, it's in the trunk. But be careful, the battery keeps certain information current in different locations in your car. If you need to jump your cars' battery there is a positive terminal under the hood. Connect the negative cable to the engine or frame.
A frequent question. There are dozens of ways, apparently, depending on the car model and year. So my favorite was is to drive into a Mercedes Benz dealership and ask them to reset the light. Even better, wait until you need an oil change and drive in and ask them to do service "A" on the car. Be… sure to get a cost estimate first. ( Full Answer )