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I think that someone knowleadgeable of us and who has already gone through the rigmarole of picking up his slk, should compile a list of the things the happy owner of an slk should check before getting delivery of his car.
It could also serve as a very useful FAQ.

It could combine such pointers as check bodywork / all electrical bits working / fluids etc up to how many smart keys you get with your slk / tools in the boot etc ..

I presume the best way of going about this is to have someone give us a backbone of a pick up list and other people can contribute and /or correct it.

An admin can finally integrate it into a FAQ.

Come on then, let's be better than other forums !
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Probably have general categories then subcategories with attention to common defects. Somethig like:
A. Body panels/trim :

1. moisture on the clear lens covering the turn indicator LED at the side rear view mirrors

2. gap between small quarter window and the main passenger window

3. Hairline cracks between the red and clear parts at the tail light assembly

4. moisture-like stains at the clear polycarbonate lens at the headlamp assembly



B. Body paint

1. major orange peel on the fenders


C. Interior

1. lid at center console fails to close and loosens out specially when operating the small upper chamber lid.

D. Electronics

1. Outside temperature indicator is more than 10 degrees F off

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Things to look for during car pickup

- Cracks on all lenses of the car
- Front/back/side/mirror
- Look for condensation
- Wheel rash
- Scratches
- On body panels
- Underneath front and rear spoilers
- Edge of the hood near windshield wipers (occurs when wipers lifted to clean windshield – should be stopped up instead)
- Locking
- Glove box and centre console unlocks with doors
- Bass vibration in passenger side door
- Oil level is full
- Seat memory works
- Command screen has no defects
- No scuffs or other damage on leather seats
- Latest NAV DVD
- Driver Assist settings
- Curbside parking mirror assist turned on.
- Easy exit on
- Memory seats set
- Loose items present
- First aid kit
- Warning Triangle
- Micro fibre cloth
- Antennae Remover
- Both sets of keys
- Owners manual
- Spare Tire
- Jack and tire iron
- Aluminium Door pins installed (ordered accessory)
- Rubber floor mats AMG?
- Gas tank cap
- Boot Tray (ordered accessory)
- Remove dealer insignia/license plate holder
- Gas tank full
- Less than 100kms
- Operation Test
- Roof
- Windows
- Locks
- Test sound system with CDs
- Power Seats
- Power Mirror
- Steering wheel adjustment moves up/down/out/in
- A/C and Fan (all speeds)
- Air Scarf
- Heated Seats
- Alarm
- Test Drive the car
- Radio off and listen
- Wipers and washers
- Horn

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- CD
- Flashlight
- Small mirror


From MLC SLK:

1. Check for scratches under the lower edge of front bumper cover

2. Check for paint chips along the rear edge of the hood where someone may have inadvertently lifted the wiper arm into the hood edge. A paint chip on the wiper arm itself should raise some suspicions.

3. Check panel alignment below doors

4. Check to make sure that both rubber bumpers on the lower rear edge of the rear window are in place. These bumpers protect the plastic cover in side the trunk from being scratched by the window frame which rests on the cover when the top is down. You can only see these while the top is in the process of being lowered.

5. Check the tire pressure.

6. Inspect whole car for dings, dents and scratches, including alloy wheels.

7. Inspect interior for scrapes, etc.

Make sure everything you ordered is actually there, including accessories.

Check spare tire and the special lug nuts that it may need.
Check fabric wind deflector

Check operation of major functions like air conditioning, Airscarf, Nav system, CD changer, interior lighting, power seats, heated seats, and so forth.
Put the top up and check for wind noise and creaks/rattles from the roof.

a couple of thoughts....check the windshield and other glass surfaces for chips,cracks and scratches... check the tires and rims for any sign of
abuse...check the headlights as well for any imperfections....

Check the seats.

1- Make sure there are no damages to the leather.

2 - Make user there is no squeeking noise when you sit and rock the seats back and forth, etc.

Check that the VIN number is the same as we have been told.

I had my first broken part....the pin holding the hinge of the plastic shell retaining shield in the trunk broke causing the hinge to come loose and the shield to come off track....naturally they had to order the part....could have been worse- it could have been the roof !

Plastic aerial tool to remove it

You have the correct mats

Remote roof works, if you have chosen it

Have someone else with you to check the paint work.

Check the roof cover is flush when roof is down

Full tank of petrol

Drive the car at a high enough speed to verify that it does not pull to one side or the other.


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Day of Pickup
List of things to bring
CDs and/or tapes to test sound system
Tire gauge
Good flashlight (don't count on the glove box light being fully charged)
Small handheld mirror (for looking under/behind things)
Order paperwork in case something comes up missing, there is a price difference, incorrect customization, etc. Don't forget your Car and Key Memory settings.
Calculator (in case you need to check some numbers on the financing)
Camera (optional)
Inspection – Complete BEFORE signing any papers
List of things that should come with your car
Owners Manual
MedKit
Traffic Triangle (Not on US Models)
Any extra manuals or loose options you ordered (mats, racks, etc)
Matching alloy spare (and jack while in there)
Inspection Items
Check the VIN with the paperwork you brought. Is it your car??
Check the mileage. It should be low (some say less than 150, some want it less than 10)
Check for shipping damage
Under front of car, check lip
Hood padding (present and matching color)
Scratches on tires (including spare)
Scratches on paint. Check in bright fluorescent light if possible
Dents. Caution points are bumpers, corners, near wheels, etc.
Check the exterior (and interior) trim for consistent color and properly affixed (no loose ends)
Condensation in headlight covers (leaking water from carwash).
Interior scratches on trim, lining, dash, etc.
Check the seats for damage. Tears, scratches, marks, etc.
Carpet, did you get mats? Do they fit right?
Function Inspection Items
Headlights, side, rear, fog, etc.
Blinkers, flashers
Interior lighting
Flashlight in glovebox
Power seats
Power mirrors (including right mirror autotilt on reverse of equipped, does it return to original position)
Do doors close properly and securely? No odd vibrations? Same for trunk. Does the trunk stay up on its own?
Fan operation (all speeds)
CD, nav system. You might look up the coordinates of the dealer ahead of time, but the nav system should show the map anyway.
Key fob functions. Everything moves and/or opens properly?
Did you get wheel locks? Are they installed? Where is the key?
Do all the windows work? Do all the window controls work (from all the positions)?
Pre-Test drive Checks
Have dealer show you the proper operation of all the functions of the car. Adjust this for your own options and needs.
Fluid locations (and levels), lids secure, no apparent leaks or drips.
All wires and hoses look well secured (no last minute repairs rushed and not properly re-secured)
Tire pressures
Have dealer show you where the battery is, and where the jumper cable connectors are in the front
Check the gas cap. If this is loose your check engine light will light (and stay lit for some time).
Test Drive
Check function of heater & AC, make sure both work, even in the "off" season.
No odd noises
Car tracks well (alignment issues)
Car brakes straight
No hesitation of engine
Post test-drive
Discuss any concerns from the test drive.
Have dealer show you the service area. Do they suggest (or offer) and early checkup before the first oil change?
Does the service department offer loaners or pickup/drop off services? This might be a good time to find out.
Some dealers offer free carwashes. You might ask.
Paperwork
This is last. Double check all the numbers with the paperwork you brought with you. Use your calculator if needed!
Verify VIN and options to invoice and financing paperwork
Are you considering any extended service warranties?
Ask dealer about the roadside assistance program.
Get copies of EVERYTHING!


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Jbanks, I'll stop you - anyone would think you want a new car!! I was so excited when I got to Bremen, all I wanted was a quick lesson on how to program Imeuidjen into the sat-nag - didn't really check anything else.



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Jbanks that's excellent !... Is the first aid kit standard in every car? and what about this flashlight in the glovebox? I have not heard of it before !! keep up the good work. We need more input from everybody's experience of getting delivery of a car. I can finally prepare a check-list faq with the admins' permission.
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first aid kit is there. i found mine in trunk. don't look for that flashlight. that was from a compliation list and maybe that manufacturer gave them flashlights


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Buy a <€100 OBDII scanner and read the codes, vin and millage.
( do it without the seller present ; they say you created the errors with the cheap reader ( not true ofcourse))

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Buy a <€100 OBDII scanner and read the codes, vin and millage.
( do it without the seller present ; they say you created the errors with the cheap reader ( not true ofcourse))

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In the US, would not even begin to suggest this - for just the reasons you state - any problems become your fault. Your pre-purchase inspection should be via a Mercedes dealer equipped with STAR - since about 80% of the Mercedes codes are not exposed via ODBII.



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Very true. ObdII only reads motormanagement codes. ...
Never the less, it saved my *** one time when the odometre showed something else than I read on the scanner.

Top tip II

let the dealer, where you buy your pre-owned MB, read-out all the codes. ( thanks John)
Then get a cheap obd reader for future savings. Did you know my dealer wants more than €100 for a read out?


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Hi dont mean to be thick here , but what are " codes" , is the VIN not on a plate attached to the vehicle?? , and does one not check the mileage on the odometer . What on earth is a ObdII ? and what will it tell you that the dodgy vendor is not telling you . We hope to have an impending purchase , and dont want to get a lemon , regards Hans
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ask for a vin data card. the codes are listed there of the options your car has


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My 2005 SLK 55 AMG was well into it's 13th year when I bought it. After my first inspection and prior to buying I got the Carfax report that indicated no accidents (my primary concern) and test drove the car and gave it a thorough visual inspection making a list of my concerns and passing them on to the Dealer with a request that they be addressed (a few things I agreed to address myself). One week later the dealer contacted me to inform me they were still working on a couple of my requests (I viewed this as a good sign) and agreed to giving them a deposit. Two weeks later the Dealer had addressed my concerns within reason and said the vehicle was ready for my final inspection and test drive. During my inspection and test drive I noted a few other concerns and started working on price rather than have them address them, we came to terms and I wrote them a check for the balance and drove the car home where I parked it in my shop fully expecting to go through it with a fine tooth comb before I plan any long trips with it.

I appreciate the comprehensive nature of the list, it clearly points out potential problem areas but I also understood when I was looking that I was looking at a car that was nearly 14 years old with excess of 48K miles on the clock. My car isn't perfect but it is very good condition, some things the previous owner/s did were Mickey Mouse, I knew that going in.

In summary if you're going to be looking at older SLKs you'd best have some electrical and mechanical abilities or a very thick wallet unless you're willing to pay for a dealer certified vehicle with a warranty or buy a warranty somewhere in the range of $2,000 (depending on age and mileage) at time of purchase.

My car is currently in my shop where I am working on it when I can, since my shop isn't insulated or heated and it's very cold out right now I cherish days where the temperature gets above 50 degrees F. I did not buy this vehicle as an only car or to be a daily driver and a enjoy working on my vehicles to keep them up, improve them and address electrical and mechanical issues. I will definitely be using this list as a guide to look for issues based on the experience of others but I fear if I had tried to use everything in it to get the dealer to address every issue or lower the price I would never have gotten my deal done.

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You get it.

The list is a guide.

Anyone expecting a 10+ year old car to be perfect is "hopeful".
If discs (rotors) and such are close to end of life, then it's worth trying to include them in price negotiation.
Trying to get a list of every small item and dialling that into the price is unlikely to fair well.

But having references like this and the used list help us.

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You get it.

The list is a guide.

Anyone expecting a 10+ year old car to be perfect is "hopeful".
If discs (rotors) and such are close to end of life, then it's worth trying to include them in price negotiation.
Trying to get a list of every small item and dialling that into the price is unlikely to fair well.

But having references like this and the used list help us.

Vehicle Data Card - Mercedes Benz SLK Forum
https://www.slkworld.com/general-disc...checklist.html
This site is awesome for the do-it-yourselfer with skills but no in-depth specialized knowledge of Mercedes, it's not possible for one person to know everything about even something as finite as a car, the more you research and the more issues you encounter the more you learn and that is it's own reward beyond anything monetary.
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