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Old 8th May 2010, 14:51   #1
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Default To 2010 E Class owners - Mercedes is replacing a bad batch of injectors

Got a call from the dealership today. They wanted to check out my car. At the workshop I was told a particular batch of fuel injectors are prone to clogging. Only 2010 E series engines are affected. They checked and told me that the car qualifies for replacement I will have to take back the vehicle next week when the parts arrive. Replacement is free and will take a day for installation and set-up. Meanwhile it is safe to drive the car. Check with your dealer if you need a replacement.


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Yes, the blue efficiency diesels have been affected globally due to the a bad batch of injectors. Mercedes are stepping up and ensuring resolution
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