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I think you should get a older gen sl350 and a R172 250cdi as a daily .....after all it won't hurt to have an even bigger fleet outside the new house. You would still have cash left over for insurance tax ect....over a sl400
Lol.

I ran that thought past Mrs. Savcom. To say she wasn't impressed was something of an understatement.... She mentioned something about decorating and new bathrooms....

Newer sl350's are good value to be fair - perhaps not as pretty, but likely more reliable and with better tech on board.

Won't have the CDI though. Fuel of the devil. More likely a 300 or the 43.

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Took my 16 year old 32AMG into the local dealership for the annual MoT test at 08:15 today.


Had a cup of their coffee whilst I wrote a couple of e-mails using their complimentary WiFi, then went for a stroll around the showroom. There just aren't any affordable current M-B models which please my eye.


At 10:15 after the car had been given a complimentary valeting inside and out, including tyre wall blacking, plus a visual health check, the service agent came over....


....with the good news that my car had sailed through the test without any advisories! They told me that the front brakes pads are 60% worn and the rears are 75% worn, but the discs are fine and even replacing the pads in a few thousand miles time will only cost around £450.


As for emissions, fast idle CO was 0.00%, HC was 0 ppm, Lambda was 1.00, bang in the middle of the acceptable range 0.97-1.03 and natural idle CO was also 0.00%!


Total cost? Only £54.85


What a great way to start the week!
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" ..with the good news that my car had sailed through the test without any advisories! They told me that the front brakes pads are 60% worn and the rears are 75% worn, but the discs are fine and even replacing the pads in a few thousand miles time will only cost around £450."


Nick, that's why they give you free coffee and blacken your tyres. I bet you could get that down to under a hundred if you did it yourself. My rear pads cost £16 and took me an hour, all in. Not that I'm offering
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Following the demise of my Carsoft 7.4 multiplexer which had done pretty good service on my R170 I have been on the look out for a replacement (or something better). For once I got lucky on eBay and last week a new to me Actia C3 multiplexer and leads together with an ancient IBM Thinkpad laptop running Star was delivered to me for a very reasonable price. Today I fired it all up and gave the 230 a once over. I was pleased to find just one old stored fault in the Instrument Cluster leftover from when I changed the screen wash reservoir and forgot to plug in the level sensor! Otherwise a clean bill of health.

Despite the Actia bearing a made in France label it was sold to me a a clone. Either way it appears to be very high quality and the leads looks like they would take some serious abuse in the workshop.
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I have neither the enthusiasm to buy a decent jack, wheelbrace, axle stands etc. nor any confidence in fiddling about with spring clips etc. in the garage to bother trying to change vital safety components such as brake pads myself, getting grubby and annoyed in the process! I'd sooner leave that sort of thing to a technician.


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I made the ultimate rash decision and allowed my wife to take The Pearl to work whilst hers is getting serviced.
Stupid idea, I know. I just hope it's in the same condition when it comes home as it was when it left this morning.

"What you worrying about?" she says, "It's only a car....."



....ONLY A CAR?????
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I ran that thought past Mrs. Savcom. To say she wasn't impressed was something of an understatement.... She mentioned something about decorating and new bathrooms....
I feel your pain there Savvy. Other Half has got me taking out the old electric fire, covering the old fireplace up, replastering and skimming the entire lounge after I've taken the wallpaper off, followed by painting and general tidying up. Apparently, new flooring can wait until she comes back as she's left me to it for a couple of weeks whilst she's swanned off to Sweden to visit friends and family .. .. Hey Ho .. I'd better crack on
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"What you worrying about?" she says, "It's only a car....."



....ONLY A CAR?????

Hmm. That attitude changes when they have one themselves.
I get a lecture every time I take the 350.

Wouldn't mind but I have the 55 (and the keys, pays to be taller).


Speaking of which, took the 350 for alignment.
Now she has PS4s all round (and has noticed better handling before they are even run in),
she wanted it checking.

£35 and minor adjustment front offside.

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[…]she's swanned off to Sweden to visit friends[…]

No doubt for a crayfish party or two?


With luck she WON'T bring you back any Surströmming though...
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I have neither the enthusiasm to buy a decent jack, wheelbrace, axle stands etc. nor any confidence in fiddling about with spring clips etc. in the garage to bother trying to change vital safety components such as brake pads myself, getting grubby and annoyed in the process! I'd sooner leave that sort of thing to a technician.


Besides, dealer servicing is a mandatory requirement for MobiloLife cover.

Or i would never have made the suggestion. I did let my mechie fit all the discs pads and calipers and hoses I had amassed. Mainly because it would have taken me over a day, he and his crew did it in a few hours. I do have plenty of kit though, and like to use it when I can.
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With luck she WON'T bring you back any Surströmming though...
No she won't. I've been over there a half a dozen times or more now and she's kept me well clear of it

I'm reliably informed that it's a 'northern thing' and has the ability to empty entire buildings as soon as a can is opened
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Thrilled to bits...I fitted my SmartTop today (better late than never).....Easy to fit and what a great piece of kit, why didn't I get one 18 months ago ???
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Throaty rumble when first starting My SLK55

I had dinner with a friend last night, 'Klink'... A long time MB tech. Previously from Tampa, then Atlanta, now Birmingham, Alabama. I asked about the glorious sound my SLK55 makes when first startup of the day, why I cannot replicate the sound. His reply, "The engine is in serious ignition retard for the first few seconds, the purpose is to quickly heat up the catalytic converters. The engine is firing late and exhaust valve is open passing combustion gas and heat to the converters." He also said, "If you like it on your V8, the V12 is much louder." I had wondered why I had such a sweet sound on start up. Just passing along, the 'How's it Done'
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I had dinner with a friend last night, 'Klink'... A long time MB tech. Previously from Tampa, then Atlanta, now Birmingham, Alabama. I asked about the glorious sound my SLK55 makes when first startup of the day, why I cannot replicate the sound. His reply, "The engine is in serious ignition retard for the first few seconds, the purpose is to quickly heat up the catalytic converters. The engine is firing late and exhaust valve is open passing combustion gas and heat to the converters." He also said, "If you like it on your V8, the V12 is much louder." I had wondered why I had such a sweet sound on start up. Just passing along, the 'How's it Done'
see my cold start video and then back to thread topic
I have this sound all the time
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I have neither the enthusiasm to buy a decent jack, wheelbrace, axle stands etc. nor any confidence in fiddling about with spring clips etc. in the garage to bother trying to change vital safety components such as brake pads myself, getting grubby and annoyed in the process! I'd sooner leave that sort of thing to a technician.


Besides, dealer servicing is a mandatory requirement for MobiloLife cover.
If you where closer and had the parts I would do it for you for a costa and a bacon bap


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Well, thanks for the offers, but I've used MobiloLife once and they were excellent. It was when the CPS had failed and the car wouldn't hot restart. They arrived in 30 min, did a diagnostic and confirmed that it was indeed a faulty CPS, then changed it. The dealership had previously made me pay £50 for a diagnostic, but hadn't found the fault... So after it had been fixed, I demanded a refund - which they paid.


I also called for advice when the interior light couldn't be switched off - they told me which fuse to pull. But that also killed the alarm and the horn. So I pulled it overnight, then drove to the dealership the following day with the light still on. They discovered that the unit was faulty - but what's wrong with just a switch. light and power lead? Why invent something so absurdly complicated, M-B?
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Took my 16 year old 32AMG into the local dealership for the annual MoT test at 08:15 today.


Had a cup of their coffee whilst I wrote a couple of e-mails using their complimentary WiFi, then went for a stroll around the showroom. There just aren't any affordable current M-B models which please my eye.


At 10:15 after the car had been given a complimentary valeting inside and out, including tyre wall blacking, plus a visual health check, the service agent came over....


....with the good news that my car had sailed through the test without any advisories! They told me that the front brakes pads are 60% worn and the rears are 75% worn, but the discs are fine and even replacing the pads in a few thousand miles time will only cost around £450.


As for emissions, fast idle CO was 0.00%, HC was 0 ppm, Lambda was 1.00, bang in the middle of the acceptable range 0.97-1.03 and natural idle CO was also 0.00%!


Total cost? Only £54.85


What a great way to start the week!

How Much £450.00

To replace front brake pads and rear pads is that including a holiday ?

Its a two hour job if that .
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Handed keys to 55 over to @Bluebadger
She wanted to collect the 350 and it's new wheels.

To celebrate her wheels (plus getting my keys back)
we added the specially imported from Yorkshire hubs.
Darn those import taxes.

Sets off the metal flake in the wheels, IF the sun comes out.

Cheers to Pete for sourcing the elusive hubs.
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Handed keys to 55 over to @Bluebadger
She wanted to collect the 350 and it's new wheels.

To celebrate her wheels (plus getting my keys back)
we added the specially imported from Yorkshire hubs.
Darn those import taxes.

Sets off the metal flake in the wheels, IF the sun comes out.

Cheers to Pete for sourcing the elusive hubs.
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