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Power Train Problems of Mercedes Benz ML320

Mercedes Benz ML320 owners have reported 57 power train related problems since 1996. Table 1 shows the 15 most common power train problems. The number one most common problem is related to the vehicle's automatic transmission (21 problems). The second most common problem is related to the vehicle's power train (9 problems). For details of each of the problem category, use the links in the table.

  Recently reported Power Train problems of Mercedes Benz ML320

The Automatic Transmission problem

My ml 320 year 2000 mercedes-benz stoped suddenly while I was going 30 miles and hour. No sign of any problem (than engine stalled). This is scary and must be investigated. I almost hit a car. It did not start for 20 minutes and then it started.   Read details...

The Power Train problem

2006 ml350 with only 112,000 miles on it the vehicle, went into limp mode while entering a major interstate highway nearly causing a terrifying accident. Mb USA restricts the repair of this "mfg defect" and it must be repaired at an mb dealership only, typically at a cost over $2,000.   Read details...

The Transfer Case problem

: the contact stated while traveling at various speeds, the vehicle stalls after being driven over a bump. An independent repair shop determined the transfer case sensor needs to be replaced. Updated 8/14/2006 -   Read details...

The Transmission Failure problem

Oil consumption problem. Oil light keeps coming on between 200-600 miles of driving. Transmission is failing and engine needs to be replaced. Very poor.   Read details...

The Transmission Fluid Leaking problem

2002 mercedes-benz Ml320. Consumer is having some warranty repair problems with mercedes-benz. He also states that mercedes-benz is refusing to pay for any recall repairs. The consumer stated noises and lack of power from the vehicle were reported to the dealer.   Read details...





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