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Mark at YourMechanic

Mark

Ratings
(72 Reviews)
Experience
18 years

SERVICE

Check Ignition System

AMOUNT PAID

$70.00
by Tony from Cincinnati, OH 45219

Mark made a good effort, at the end of the day my vehicles not repaired and I paid $70 to find out what I already know, my lock pin is sticking. Don't wish to disparage Mark, again he tried. Disappointed, thought whoever came would know how to repair it

AMOUNT PAID

$335.99
by Phil from Cincinnati, OH 45251

Mark was right on time! Very professional and polite. Did work quickly and advised of possible issues.

Brian at YourMechanic

Brian

Ratings
(36 Reviews)
Experience
7 years

SERVICE

Alternator

AMOUNT PAID

$179.47
by Gary from Cincinnati, OH 45212

Great and easy to work with. Walks you through all that needs to be done and with no hard sell. Knowledgeable and on time. I will definitely use again.

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Cincinnati Mercedes-Benz Service Rating

Average Rating

4.3/5

Number of Reviews

3

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Answers to common Mercedes-Benz questions

Car starts, then won't restart, then starts again
Answered by Reggie
Hi thanks for the question, problems like this can be as hard to diagnose as they are to live with. It sounds like you may have some intermittent electrical issue. This will require a skilled technician that has the knowhow...
Ignition tumbler stuck and needs replacement.
Answered by Andrew
The tumblers are part of the ignition switch assembly on these vehicles. This part must be replaced as a unit. This particular part malfunctioning is a common problem on late 1990's Mercedes Benz products. Have a mechanic who is familiar...
Key won't turn in 1996 Mercedes-Benz E320
Answered by Andrew
If the key wont turn normally try to jerk the steering wheel side to side while turning the key. If this does not free up the ignition then the ignition switch is likely the cause. When tumblers inside the ignition...
I need to fix an engine light indicator problem.
Answered by Andrew
A Check Engine Light could mean hundreds of different things. The first thing I would recommend is to have a qualified professional inspect the Check Engine Light (https://www.yourmechanic.com/services/check-engine-light-is-on-inspection), they will use an OBD2 code reader to find which code has...

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