Mercedes Benz S600 owners have reported 17 problems related to engine oil leaking (under the engine and engine cooling category).
The contact owns a 2001 mercedes-benz S600. The contact stated that there was a progressing oil leak. Upon further inspection, it was determined that there was a presence of a leak. The vehicle was taken to a mechanic who diagnosed that the oil cooler needed to be replaced. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 84,000.
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Engine oil cooler leaks. This looks to be a common problem with this model with v12 engine. This vehicle should be recalled because of this very expensive problem.
These S600 with v12 engines from 2000-2005 have severe engine oil cooler leaks. Some with as little as 30,000 miles. These vehicles should have been recalled years ago now mercedes wants to charge from 5,ooo to 6,000 to repair this problem and dont want to warrant after fix because its a recurring problem because of poor engineering. Their should be a recall on this problem.
Takata inflators my car seems to be leaking oil. I took it to a shop they told me it was my oil cooler, I was told this is a common problem with the Mercedes Benz s 600 in that it should be a recall on this matter. . . When I purchased the car I noticed oil leaks in my garage so as I drove the vehicle I noticed smoke coming from underneath the car I pulled the car over shut it off and called the tow truck. . .
Engine almost started on fire after oil started pouring out of oil cooler. Had car towed to garage where they diagnosed the leaking oil cooler. One problem after another with this car.
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Massive oil leak. I have been told that it's everything from oil pressure valves to the oil cooler. Mb. . . What's the problem?? I need help and none of the san diego mb dealers can fix properly.
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My oil cooler has been leaking since 41,000 miles and I have read other Mercedes Benz S600 owners have the same problems. To fix this problem I would have to pay a shop 4k dollars. If this is a common problem for this car I think Mercedes Benz should have a recall on this issue and fix the problem. I leak up to a quart of oil every 2 weeks.
I have a 2001 Mercedes Benz S600. The vehicle only has 76,000 miles. The engine oil cooler is leaking, and this can cause a fire. There is a lot of other people who have the same problem with this make and model. It seems to be a manufacture default. The leaking oil can run on the catalytic converter and cause a serious fire. Mba should have a recall on this problem.
Oil leak from oil cooler seems to be a chronic problem on this model car.
2001 Mercedes Benz S600 with 50,000 miles on it. Engine oil cooler leaking since 40k miles, now it is leaking profusely, Mercedes Benz wants $4000 to fix problem.
I have an oil leak which my mechanics tells me is the oil cooler and to repair is estimate to cost $5000. 00. I hear from other owners of the same vehicle with same issue.
The Mercedes Benz dealer informed me that I had an oil cooler and abc hose leak on my 2001 S600. The cost to repair is unbelievable. About $7,500. In reading the mbz forum this appears to be a common occurrence without any help from mbz. The failure for the oil cooler leak can lead to a fire, and the abc hose leak can lead to malfunction of the active body control system causing the car to drastically lower at the effected wheel. The frequency of this problem should be covered by a manufacturer recall. This is a death hazard to me and my family. I am not driving the car at this time due to the cost to repair and the problem of injury or death.
Car only has 64k miles and has a bad oil leak. My guess is the oil cooler. For the price of this car I should not have a puddle of oil on my garage floor.
Oil cooler leak on my 2002 S600, and I found out that this a very common problem on these cars (2000-2002 v12 engines) and a very expensive repair that Mercedes Benz should cover or at least a large percentage of the repair. I just found out about your website so I decided to file a complaint. I took the car to the Mercedes Benz dealer and they diagnosed it and said the rear main seal needed to be replaced. I paid over $1100. 00 for this repair and took the car back 3 times within a week and a half because the oil leak continued only to find out the oil cooler is what is leaking and not the rear main seal.
The mercedes S600 has a design flaw that causes a major oil leak from the oil cooler that is embedded inside the engine. This requires the intake and heads to be removed to replace the oil cooler at a cost of approximately $5k. Special care must be taken to clean the oil from the wiring harness, transmission and areas that has been soaked by the oil leak. This problem seems to re-occur every 50-100k miles. As a known problem, mercedes has not assumed any responsibility for this problem.
Mercedes 2001 S600, manufacture 02/01. Oil cooler leaks, abc control failure. This problem is in recall but mercedes said my VIN is excluded.
2001 Mercedes Benz, 40,000 miles, profuse oil leak from oil cooler.
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|Engine Oil Leaking problems||
|Manifold/header/muffler/tail Pipe problems||
|Engine Cooling System problems||
|Engine Exhaust System problems||
|Engine Burning Oil problems||
|Radiator Hose problems||
|Engine And Engine Cooling problems||
|Gas Recirculation Valve (egr Valve) problems||