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Common Mercedes-Benz Air Conditioning Problems

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It isn’t unusual for any automobile to have air conditioning problems, and Mercedes-Benz drivers often find themselves frustrated with the same AC issues across the board. Thankfully, 610AutoHaus has repaired Mercedes-Benz air conditioners countless times, so we can diagnose and fix your Benz AC quickly. Here are common things that go wrong with Mercedes-Benz automobile…
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How Can I Tell if My Water Pump Is Going Out?

How Can I Tell if My Water Pump Is Going Out?

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The water pump is part of your European automobile’s cooling system. It is the part that circulates the coolant out of the radiator and through the engine. As the coolant is pushed through the engine, it draws away heat to ensure your vehicle’s engine never gets hotter than 220 degrees Fahrenheit. 610AutoHaus can replace your…
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Everything You Need to Know About Car Vacuum Leaks

Everything You Need to Know About Car Vacuum Leaks

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Your BMW, Mercedes, Porsche, or other European machine uses vacuum pressure for engine combustion and power. If there is a leak in one or more of the vacuum hoses, or lines if you prefer to call them that, you will notice performance issues that need to be addressed as soon as possible by 610AutoHaus. The…
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Six Signs That Your Alternator Is Going Bad

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A dead battery isn’t necessarily a problem with the battery; it could be your European automobile’s alternator. The alternator is tasked with keeping the battery charged, and it can’t do its job if it’s going bad. A bad alternator means a dead battery regardless of the battery’s health. 610AutoHaus lists six signs that you’ve got…
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Reasons Why Your European Automobile’s Engine Is Sputtering

Reasons Why Your European Automobile’s Engine Is Sputtering

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European automobiles are known for their performance; a sputtering engine just shouldn’t happen. In any vehicle, whether European, Asian, Domestic, engine sputtering signals an internal problem stemming from the exhaust system or combustion chamber most likely. It can also be a fuel-related problem. If your vehicle’s engine has started sputtering recently, bring it into 610AutoHaus…
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The Difference Between Leaking and Clogged Fuel Injectors

The Difference Between Leaking and Clogged Fuel Injectors

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Germany’s Mercedes-Benz introduced and fuel injectors the fuel injection system into automobiles in 1954. The European automobile manufacturer took advantage of fuel injection to power its W196 Formula 1 racer. Mercedes-Benz used the Bosch direct injection engineering found in aircraft engines for the race car and made the technology commercial in 1955 with the 300SL.…
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Why Is Cold Weather So Hard On Car Batteries_

Why Is Cold Weather So Hard On Car Batteries?

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With the average winter temperatures in the 20s, 30s, and 40s here in beautiful Pottstown, PA, it’s no wonder many drivers end up with a dead car battery, but what is it about winter weather that kills car batteries? It doesn’t matter what you drive – Asian, Domestic, European, car, truck, or SUV – cold…
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Don’t Skimp on a Used Car Inspection

Don’t Skimp on a Used Car Inspection

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You’ve finally found it! Your dream Porsche. It’s used but it is in mint condition and doesn’t have a ton of miles on it. You can just buy it, right? It’s dealer-certified and it’s only had one previous owner; no worries. Well, to be honest, 610AutoHaus recommends you dig a little deeper before you purchase…
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