Date registered: Mar 2005
Vehicle: '01-E320 & 02-ST2
Location: John 15:18-19
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I'd check the codes myself before replacing anything. There are four of them and once you have the part numbers (easily obtained from the EPC, it's free, or bosch usa's parts finder on their website) you can search those at any of your favorite vendors. Amazon often has the best prices on them.
Those prices are just about right for a dealership. They are charging full retail (plus a markup) for the parts, as well as heavy labor rates, diagnostic time and for resetting adaptations, etc. after the work is complete. For what they're charging you you could buy the sensors, fly me out for a short vacation and have me install them.
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