change the power steering reservoir on SL500
no- owning a Merc (or any German car) is never a good idea unless you wrap your head around getting a professional to maintain and repair it-
Nope a pain in the A**, have it done by the shop
Thanks just thought I could save myself $2K
For $2K find another shop. Don't know where you are, but I don't see how it could be over $1k. You are paying for knowledge, special tools and parts.
Thank you... Good luck finding a shop to fix it for a fair price
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