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How To Find & Replace Coolant Temp Sensor On Mercedes C320 2003 4Matic

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Published on 25 Jan 2022 / In How-to & Style

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Jt_kahlon1
Jt_kahlon1 3 months ago

@MilleRacks: shut the fuck up wannabe tuff guy acting all hard on the internet I bet in real life you’re a virgin that jacks of to those tik toks of girls smh

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sauger1001
sauger1001 4 months ago

Modern cars (and car makers), like many modern women, are overly sensitive, and are just out to get the bag. JMO.

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MilleRacks
MilleRacks 4 months ago

He driving a 20 year old car . Of course that car will have problem moron.

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sauger1001
sauger1001 4 months ago

@MilleRacks: My point had to do with sensors overall, not the age of the car. Perhaps bc I grew up in an era when cars were made more simply, without the intricacies of modules or sensors. As a mechanic, I'd sometimes bypass a sensor due to it being defective (ie, like a "Coolant Level Sensor"), but it's inability didn't hamper the car's (or truck's) performance. Unfortunate that such simplistic thinking triggered you.

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sauger1001
sauger1001 4 months ago

Are you an overly emotional woman? Just asking for a friend (Popp/Blake). Lol.

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MilleRacks
MilleRacks 4 months ago

@sauger1001: i fucked your mother doggystyle bitch

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Life_N_Times_of_Shane_T_Hanson

I like everything, modern cars are very clever, and the mass production techniques used to build them, very easy to assemble - BUT unless you do it a real lot, or work on the production line, they can be an absolute guessing game to get apart.

This is why I favour very old vehicles.

I mean points and coil ignition systems, with a simple mechanical thermostat, in the cooling system, they worked just fine, on billions of engines for decades.

Now they have sensors all over everything, and it all is run by a computer.

And the engine bays are FULL of parts, and except for air conditioning, the modern car is an abortion.

The 1927 Ford Model T: wiring diagram.

http://www.mtfca.com/discus/me....ssages/179374/202914


The only Mercedes car wiring diagram I could find.



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Squeaker
Squeaker 4 months ago

Too bad you dont have vids for a 7.3 haha nice to see someone is fixing something on here. ))

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