Mercedes-Benz Auto Service Specialist In Ann Arbor MI
Stadium Auto Service is your Ann Arbor MI Mercedes-Benz repair specialist. Our Mercedes-Benz technicians have the training, knowledge, and experience to repair or service Mercedes-Benz. Our Mercedes-Benz mechanic perform all repairs and services from A-service, B-service, Mercedes-Benz brake repair, Mercedes-Benz check engine light repair, Mercedes-Benz timing belt replacement, Mercedes-Benz transmission repair to Mercedes-Benz engine repair.
Trust your Mercedes-Benz repair to the specialists at Stadium Auto Service in Ann Arbor, MI. We follow Mercedes-Benz factory scheduled Maintenance Services that protect your new car warranty.
Our certified technicians know Mercedes-Benz inside and out. We utilize the latest diagnostic tools, service and repair techniques to keep your Mercedes-Benz performing in peak condition.
Our extensive experience with Mercedes-Benz service and complete collection of Mercedes-Benz tools and diagnostic equipment ensures high quality work and complete customer satisfaction.
Bosch Approved Service Repair Facility
Stadium Auto Service is a Bosch Approved Service Repair Facility in Ann Arbor MI.
The Bosch Service system is a collection of the top independent auto repair centers around the globe. Bosch Car Service is one of the largest independent auto repair shop chains in the world, with more than 16,500 workshops in over 150 countries.
All Bosch Service centers must pass a rigorous evaluation to be accepted to the program, and are frequently inspected to make sure the high Bosch standards are being maintained. These inspections ensure that customers will receive reliable maintenance and repair, with exemplary customer service, whenever they visit a Bosch Service center.
Bosch approved auto service centers are required to have the best tools and technical information, and all technicians must be certified by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE). In consideration of all that Bosch requires of its approved auto repair shops, you can rest assured that your auto repair experience will be the utmost in quality and service.
Stadium Auto Service specializes in German auto repair and European auto repair in Ann Arbor MI.
Common Mercedes-Benz Problems
Mercedes-Benz SL Active Body Control System Hydraulic Fluid Leak
Mercedes-Benz SL Convertible Top Hydraulic Cylinder Repair
Problem: The Mercedes-Benz SL Active Body Control System can leak fluid from numerous areas including the pump, hydraulic lines / hoses, hydraulic cylinder seals, or suspension struts. Vehicle ride height can drop too low and cause damage to the undercarriage if vehicle hits a pothole. The oil leak causes a mess and pollution. The most common Mercedes-Benz convertible top problem is hydraulic cylinder oil leak. There are up to 12 hydraulic cylinders on the Mercedes-Benz SL so this can be an expensive repair. And, if one cylinder is leaking, they all should be repaired since the others will fail soon after one cylinder is repaired.
Mercedes-Benz SL model years affected:
1994, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006
Solution: The Mercedes-Benz convertible top hydraulic cylinders can be replaced with new parts or rebuilt. The Mercedes-Benz dealer will replace leaking cylinders with very expensive new parts. Independent Mercedes-Benz repair shops like Stadium Auto Service in Ann Arbor, MI can have your cylinders rebuilt at a much lower cost than new replacement parts. The cylinders are rebuild with seals that will out last new Mercedes-Benz parts. Other Mercedes-Benz SL Active Body Control System problems will need to be diagnosed and identified.
Mercedes-Benz Engine Performance Problems Due to Crankshaft Position Sensor Failure
Problem: The engine may develop a stalling and/or no start condition when warm due to a failed crankshaft position sensor. Typically cold vehicle starts without issue then runs rough or stalls and won't start as it warms up. Check engine light will also come on. Allowing the vehicle to cool and it will start.
Solution: diagnosis to confirm problem and crankshaft position sensor replacement.
Mercedes-Benz model years affected:
1994, 1995, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006
Mercedes-Benz AC Air Conditioning Evaporator Temperature Sensor Failure
Problem: Mercedes-Benz AC evaporator temperature sensor can fail, causing the AC system to not work. The problem can have two symptoms. The AC system will not blow cold air. Or the HVAC air will be very cold at first, then cooling decreases as car runs and warms up.
Solution: Mercedes-Benz AC Air Conditioning system diagnosis, Mercedes-Benz evaporator temperature sensor replacement.
Mercedes-Benz Premature Tire Wear Due to Worn Lower Control Arm Bushings
Problem: The Mercedes-Benz lower control arm bushings can wear allowing excessive movement at the control arm pivot point causing irregular and premature tire wear. Worn Ball joints can also cause similar tire wear symptoms.
Solution: suspension inspection, Mercedes-Benz lower control arm replacement, including Mercedes-Benz control arm bushing replacement & Mercedes-Benz ball joint replacement.
Mercedes-Benz Head Light Lenses Become Cloudy Opaque Due To Sun Exposure
Problem: Exposure to the sun causes headlight lenses to become opaque, cloudy or hazy. This reduces the effectiveness of the head lights.
Solution: Mercedes-Benz headlight refinishing can improve the clarity of the lenses, but replacement of the lamp housings is the only way to regain the full intensity of the lights.
Mercedes-Benz Climate Control System Failure Due To Wear of Climate Control Unit Buttons
Problem: The Mercedes-Benz climate control system can fail or perform erratically due to worn climate control button electrical contacts.
Solution: Mercedes-Benz climate control assembly replacement.
Mercedes-Benz Radiator Leak Due to Degradation of the Plastic Tanks and Fittings
Problem: Mercedes-Benz coolant leak from the radiator due to degradation of its plastic components.
Solution: Mercedes-Benz Radiator replacement.
Mercedes-Benz Sensotronic Brake Control (SBC) Light Comes on
Problem: Mercedes-Benz Sensotronic Brake Control (SBC) warning light illuminates. If the SBC is not working, limited brake pressure is delivered to the front brakes, increasing the distance it takes to stop. The SBC hydraulic unit has a specific service life programmed into the control module.
Solution: Mercedes-Benz brake system inspection and diagnosis. Follow the Mercedes-Benz recommended Sensotronic Brake Control service procedure for proper maintenance of the SBC.
Mercedes-Benz Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) Modulator Failure
Problem: Brake fluid absorbs moisture over time which can cause failure of Mercedes-Benz anti-lock brake system (ABS) modulator assembly.
Solution: Mercedes-Benz anti-lock brake system (ABS) modulator replacement and Mercedes-Benz brake system flush.
Prevention Maintenance: Complete brake fluid flush every two years to help prevent Mercedes-Benz anti-lock brake system problem.
Mercedes-Benz Faulty Mass Air Flow Sensor Causing Erratic Engine Operation and Poor Fuel Economy
Problem: Mercedes-Benz faulty mass air flow (MAF) sensor can cause erratic and rough engine operation and poor fuel economy. A Check Engine Light warning may be activated.
Solution: Diagnosis and Mercedes-Benz Mass Airflow Sensor Replacement.
Mercedes-Benz Brake Light Switch Failure Cause ESP/BAS Warning Light
Problem: Mercedes-Benz brake ESP and BAS warning light due to failed brake light switch.
Solution: Mercedes-Benz brake light switch replacement.
Mercedes-Benz Transmission Oil Leak
Problem: High mileage Mercedes-Benz may develop transmission oil seal leaks.
Solution: Diagnose and locate transmission oil leaks. Remove and replace transmission, reseal Mercedes-Benz transmission.
NOTE: This company or website is in no way associated with or represents the Mercedes-Benz U.S.A. company.