Whether you have a 1965 or a 2005 Mercedes Benz, your car was built to exact specifications and tolerances, to provide the optimum performance with the technology available.
This means when it is time to perform repairs or routine maintenance you have three choices:
1) Get out the tools and start turning bolts and hope for the best.
2) Obtain a Factory Manual, written by the same engineers that designed your car, read about the repair you want to perform, then get your tools and do the job right the first time.
3) Take your car to the dealership, pay $80-$100/hr for labor and let them do Number 2 for you.
If you can turn a wrench, and follow the repair directions from the factory you can repair just about anything if you have the right procedures and specifications.
There are hundreds of pages of detailed repair instruction. Information contained in each body type specific manual, has been developed to aid technicians in diagnosing and repairing vehicle components and systems. Each manual covers the entire vehicle bumper to bumper including specifications, diagnosis and testing, in vehicle repairs, component removal and installation. Transmission repair is not covered.
Looking for information on:
* Routine Maintenance Schedules
* Electrical Troubleshooting
* Engine Repairs and Service
* Troubleshooting Body Issues (Windows, Switches etc)
* Heating and Air Conditioning
* Suspension and Steering
*** All of this and much more is covered in this manual. Basically everything but transmission repair is covered. This is not included, due to some issues with the valve bodies, many variations where used in the same model year.
Included on this CD are complete service manuals and diagrams, electrical and vacuum trouble shooting manuals, power train control/emissions diagnosis manuals, including diagnostic code descriptions when applicable.
Step by Step removal/installation instructions are all written in details along with pictures to help you. This is the repair manual you need, whether you're a do it yourself shade tree mechanic, or own a garage.