Hi guys any one help me out am new to mercedes

Asked by Mar 16, 2016 at 12:04 PM about the 2002 Mercedes-Benz C-Class

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I bought a mercedes c220 CDI classic year
2002 I baught it cuse was hit at front so got
all that sorted now and the esp visit work
shop and the fulty. Display light flashis up
also the eps light comes up bas eps light
will come up any one no any thing that can

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If the car was in a front end collision and not repaired properly (to factory spec at a licensed repair shop) I would think it could be any number of problems including a faulty ground, or damaged components (especially electrical) being a fellow Mercedes owner (I bought a 2012 E350 4Matic AMG Brand new in 2012) and being a pretty knowledgable back yard mechanic, I won't do work on my Benz. She goes to the dealer for everything, for two reasons (One I will not inadvertently void the warranty which the shop manager warned me of regarding oil changes and whatnot, these cars are SO sophisticated in regards to diagnotics and recording data , and Two german craftsmanship is so highly regarded that I simply do not feel qualified to work on her myself). I would say if the light doesn't affect your vehicles performance, take her to the shop when you have the money, but the main lesson is don't buy a wrecked or salvaged luxury car, they simply are a money pit and too many systems can break or will already be broken when you purchase it. Best of luck!

Yeah ion but car was my old boys so I got it then would like put it on road again

Can be hooked up to a diagnostics computer, could be a number of things the most common one being an ABS sensor on one of the wheels, best source for information is YouTube, don't panic ABS sensor eBay under 20 usd

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