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Mercedes Benz C180 Automatic (transmission fault)

Sale price: $AU 1,250.00
Last update: 16.09.2020
Car location: Rockhampton, QLD, Australia  Rockhampton, QLD, Australia
For Sale by: Private Seller

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Condition:Used
Model:C-Class
Transmission:Automatic
Car Type:Passenger Vehicles
Fuel Type:Petrol
Type of Title:Clear (most titles)
Drive Type:RWD
Cylinders:V4
Body Type:Sedan
Manufacturer:Mercedes-benz
For Sale by:Private Seller
:“Car looks good inside and out, engine is good but automatic has a fault. Coolant leaked into the automatic. Radiator, transmission fluid, filter and coolant was replaced. Car drove well for four weeks about 300km but then sent a code to the auto and it went into limp mode. A Mercedes workshop (who did not see the car) advised my mechanic that the modulators require replacing as they are sending the code for auto to go into limp mode. Once codes are cleared by a scanner the car drives as normal for a short while (maybe 10 km) and then goes into limp mode and codes require clearing. Timing chain was replaced two years ago (10,000 km ago). Engine runs well, interior and exterior are good and look great. No visible rust and I can't find any except for a very small surface scratch near a door. Tyres and mags look great, air conditioning is very good and cold. Reversing camera and android radio with screen and blue tooth is fitted and works well.VERY low reserve. Car is in Rockhampton”
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Car looks good inside and out, engine is good but automatic has a fault. Coolant leaked into the automatic. Radiator, transmission fluid, filter and coolant was replaced. Car drove well for four weeks about 300km but then sent a code to the auto and it went into limp mode. A Mercedes workshop (who did not see the car) advised my mechanic that the modulators require replacing as they are sending the code for auto to go into limp mode.

Once codes are cleared by a scanner the car drives as normal for a short while (maybe 10 km) and then goes into limp mode and codes require clearing.

Timing chain was replaced two years ago (10,000 km ago). Engine runs well, interior and exterior are good and look great. No visible rust and I can't find any except for a very small surface scratch near a door. Tyres and mags look great, air conditioning is very good and cold. Reversing camera and android radio with screen and blue tooth is fitted and works well.

VERY low reserve. Car is in Rockhampton - bring a trailer!
Car is registered until 28/10/20. NO roadworthy certificate, however, with the auto fixed, I think it should pass an inspection pretty easily.


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