Date registered: Oct 2006
Vehicle: 1998 E320
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Thought I'd run this by y'all....
I have received some very valuable information regarding my MB, that I thought I would run this by y'all for some advice. If anyone here also owns a Lincoln Navigator (or has in the past) along with your MB, I could surely use the advice. I took my Navigator (1998 with 98,000 miles on it) in due to the "ABS" light being on. The dealer had to replace a bad rear wheel speed sensor, which solved my problem. The job cost me a little under $200. Ok, not bad, I can live with that. Before I left though, the service manager gave me a laundry list of other items they found on their "Multi-point inspection" list. They advised I get the following done. Now, before I begin the list, I am NOT noticing any problems with the vehicle, just the one light came on which was fixed today. Here is the list (these totals are for parts and labor, with labor being $92/hour): Front Air Suspension Shocks = $464.00, Rear Shocks = $238.00, Right Front Outer CV Boot = $355.00, Right Rear Axle Seal/Pinion Seal/Rear Extension Housing Seal = $464.00. Total bill = $1,521.00. Now, do ya think they were stroking my wallet for more greenbacks, or truly looking out for my best interest?
Any advice would be greatly appreciated!