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Drove it a lot today 👍
Decided it will get 4 new tyres in the next couple of weeks, thinking michelein PS4?

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Not the best title, but this is the one Pete means, methinks.

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Not the best title, but this is the one Pete means, methinks.

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Thats the one....you know me Left foot , left hand , right foot ...Grin times six


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[QUOTE=sprocket;4516864]Just had the SP (G) paddles fitted to the 350 SLK.

What a difference - they transform the car, accessing engine breaking and being in the right gear whenever you need. They really do make the most of the drivetrain.
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Love the paddles on my 250d. I thought it was just me using them in this way. Combined with nine gear transmission and it is a lot of fun.
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Replaced the gauges, mine quit working and I was able to get the replacement from a local junk yard.
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Took her to the doctors for her annual service.

Decided to replace plugs.
At 65K I didn't know if they were original. (I know some go longer)
Worth 16 new plugs.
I didn't think there was anything wrong, there wasn't really.
But pick up is sharper.

Excellent news on the tyres too.
Wear is good, but even better.
Wear is even all round bar 1mm between fron pair vs rear.
I replaced as a set last year and had alignment done.
Wear rate suggests all is still good.

Even better.
The once in a while rattle that I felt was heat shield, but couldn't be found lastime in...
Finally found.
Heat shield.
Sods law.

Nice cruise through town to sense the ... er ... pick up.

Poorer in the pocket, but way richer in the ears.

Also found out a neighbour has been busy telling one and all that
I have a 5.7 turbo that does 11 mpg.

Nope. No turbo.
200cc less.
And as Daviethescaff gets down to 13mpg when ahem making progress,
certainly not 11mpg (bar a track session).


Maybe I should rebadge the 55 with 63?
That'll blow his brains.
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Took her to the doctors for her annual service.

Decided to replace plugs.
At 65K I didn't know if they were original. (I know some go longer)
Worth 16 new plugs.
I didn't think there was anything wrong, there wasn't really.
But pick up is sharper.

Excellent news on the tyres too.
Wear is good, but even better.
Wear is even all round bar 1mm between fron pair vs rear.
I replaced as a set last year and had alignment done.
Wear rate suggests all is still good.

Even better.
The once in a while rattle that I felt was heat shield, but couldn't be found lastime in...
Finally found.
Heat shield.
Sods law.

Nice cruise through town to sense the ... er ... pick up.

Poorer in the pocket, but way richer in the ears.

Also found out a neighbour has been busy telling one and all that
I have a 5.7 turbo that does 11 mpg.

Nope. No turbo.
200cc less.
And as Daviethescaff gets down to 13mpg when ahem making progress,
certainly not 11mpg (bar a track session).


Maybe I should rebadge the 55 with 63?
That'll blow his brains.
Or debage and tell him it's an 8.8
Tell your neighbour it is lighter when the roof is folded into the boot.
That will certainly send him Cuckoo
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took her to the dealer, very underwhelmed

There's this annual checkup/inspection thing in the Netherlands called APK, and it was due in three weeks for my car.

Because the big stealership in my region had crashed a 5 days old AMG GT earlier this year (pics and story in Dutch on https://topgear.nl/autonieuws/gecras...-5-dagen-jong/ ) I thought, why not support them because they are probably strapped for cash now, so I booked an appointment for the checkup, with the option of doing some regular scheduled maintenance.
When making the appointment, I had asked for a quote to also include said maintenance, and told the lady on the phone that I'm perfectly capable of changing filters, plugs and engine oil. Her response was that she was unable to give me a quote because the car had to be hooked up to a computer first and only then will they be able to tell me what needs to be done. This all despite the dashboard telling me a maintenace D is needed in 178 days, and me telling the receptionist this.

Anyway, agreed to that procedure. Halfway through the day, I received an outrageous quote. Because they could not find any service history for the past 4 years (that's right, because I had done servicing myself and at an independent), they had assumed that almost everything you can think of would be necessary, including changing filters, plugs and engine oil and some other stuff, which came down to 1300 euros.

First of all, I don't think they had to hook the car up to a computer to discover that, and they completely ignored my request about not getting ripped off.

Then there was this other thing: I had replaced my winter tires two weeks ago, and while doing that, had seen that the regular front tires had become slicks, so I had ordered a new pair and had them installed last Friday at a tire fitter. For the rear wheels, I had failed to apply enough torque to the bolts on one wheel, causing a wobble while driving. This lack of torque was diagnosed and corrected for a mere 55 euros. On top of that, they had come up with the observation that my tires were cupped. Including those one-week old tires I had just put on and had only driven 70 km with.

Whatever.

So I just asked them to finish the checkup, replace the brake fluid and put on new wiper blades (which I'm perfectly capable of doing myself, but I don't mind overpaying 20 euros every now and then - and remember they need the cash to restock their showroom), which came down to an additional 190 euros.

Of course I don't get the mobilo seal of approval now, but I was wondering: did anyone ever manage to get a dealer to perform regular maintenance excluding the oil change for a fair price, or is that impossible?

Guess I'll revert to having maintenance done at the independent, and have to live without that showroom.

Oh, and the inspection turned up no findings! That's three times in a row. Lovely car.
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Bear in mind that they have stopped stocking some parts for the 171 and you are doing most work yourself...
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Washed our 2012 SLK350 and followed with Zymoil detailer...she's looking good but I'm thinking next time around I'll try Pinnacle Estate paste wax...I doubt it will make a decernable difference in the appearance, but I've been told it is the easiest paste wax to apply/buff off, but dang that stuff is expensive...oh well...

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Had the centre console out of Katrina and replaced the broken roof switch panel. Checked the buttons and all works as it should. Feel smug
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Got my first A service at 5580 miles, just over one year old, so service alert was on. Also got first free nav update to "2019 (V.12)." Runs much better now, just like after I waxed it.
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Today I swapped Upah's front rotors ... I couldn't free the little locating screw with my torx bit and PB so I put the bit on my impact driver and promptly broke the bit... so I drilled the head off and that allowed me to remove the rotor. But then I had to extract the rest of the screw from the hub... and I broke the extractor! Fortunately it managed to coax the rest of the screw loose before it shattered. Now the broken tool bits are lost somewhere on the driveway, waiting to mate with the new tires no doubt.

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Today I swapped Upah's front rotors ... I couldn't free the little locating screw with my torx bit and PB so I put the bit on my impact driver and promptly broke the bit... so I drilled the head off and that allowed me to remove the rotor. But then I had to extract the rest of the screw from the hub... and I broke the extractor! Fortunately it managed to coax the rest of the screw loose before it shattered. Now the broken tool bits are lost somewhere on the driveway, waiting to mate with the new tires no doubt.

Man, cheap tools
Been there. I've rarely had any luck with screw extractors. The extractor usually breaks off in the screw compounding the problem.

Dusted the 350 today. We had a Hell of a windstorm over Wednesday and Thursday.


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7000 posts, 325,000 views in 4 years.

So 5 posts and more than 200 views everyday.

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Cool Mickey gets a new used Driver side seat back for $50

So . . . I finally bit the bullet and got around to replacing Mickey's Driver's leather seat back. Oh, what a royal pain this was. I searched here on SLK World forum and didn't find much detailed info on how to remove the seat back. I think anytime we work on Interiors it always seems to be quite the mystery in figuring out how to disassemble plastic parts without breaking them.

Well, I did finally figure my way through it and got the new used part on. So . . . since it is nearly impossible to find a quality Driver's seat back, I opted to purchase a very good condition Passenger seat back. The only real difference being, the Seat Belt loop is on the opposite side, otherwise, as far as I can tell, they are same same. I had my wife attach two snaps onto the outboard side of this former Passenger side seat back and way I went. So . . . for fifty dollars, I have a near new looking Driver's seat back!

I should mention: the second pic shows the old seat back on the left. Notice the five inch tear along the seam. Also, the surface of the leather was totally worn away!
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Smile Coming up to 70 thousand miles.

Took it for a little ride to warm the engine up and then changed the oil and filter plus put some slick 50 in ( stops lifters from rattle on start up when been sat for weeks not used ).
It had a oil change in August but has been hardly used over winter and mainly short trips so though I would use the stash of parts I built up from europarts sales , all in its cost me about Ł50 :-).............its now ready to do lot longer trips over the next few months

I also started to wrap the rear spoiler but didn't like the colour once on the car so I took it back off, will look for a more glossy carbon wrap.
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Decided to pamper the car today.


Gummied the seals using the aerosol gummi pfledge...much easier than the stick


Then tried my hand at claying the body work for the first time.


Washed it thouroughly, then started claying. Can not say the shine is much better (silver car, so never really show a shine) but doing it was a real eye-opener. You could feel the surface of the paintwork getting smoother, and plenty of dirt getting onto the clay. Now feels super slippery .


However I have never paid so much attention to the body work before, and noted so many minute blemishes and chips


Also spotted rust comming through one rear wheel arch lip (where the edge has been rolled over) Next weekend will be spent treating this to try and prevent rapid spread. Cant do much more as will require spraying to repair!
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YES! I did something with LUCY today, even included driving it a very little bit. I took the PSE out and de-flooded it....got flooded a couple months ago. It was a little surprising, to me at any rate , it was still very well watered and full of sand, but a couple hours and lots of electrical cleaner and alcohol and distilled water and wd-40....It works! Thanks to the information from this forum I will get to drive it next week. Soo cool, for the first time in months, I did something with one of the slk's, other than bitch about it. When we get back from the Bryan Clay, next week, I am even gonna get the other one, not LUCY, back on the road again. At least it wasn't sitting in 2 ft. of water for a few hours so it shouldn't take as much time. Thanks.
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