Date registered: Nov 2005
Vehicle: 1997 E-420, 2001 E-320, 2007 S-550, 2009 E-350
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All, thank you so much for your support. The issue has been fixed. I did following 2 things.
1. Removed the connector from coolant reservoir level sensor and then plug back in. I pushed it little harder to make sure it is sitting well in connector.
2. My windshield washer fluid reservoir was down to 1/4 level of the both head lamp washing and windshield washing reservoir. I filled the windshield washer and head lamp washer reservoir to top.
Now I don't have any more Coolant Low message on instrument cluster. All good. Car is driving great. I love this W210 station wagon.
In my earlier photos, the coolant level was high because I added little water in coolant to see if this will resolve the issue, but it did not help, so I siphon excessive coolant out of the coolant reservoir.
Also, the temperature when car driving on freeway it stay at 80°C, but when I leave the car parked and running, then it reach just little below 100°C, which is normal.
All good now. Thank you all for your great support. I love this forum and the people who contribute on this forum and support others. Thank you all.
2001 MB E-430 - 150K Miles Gone- Totaled
2009 MB E-350 - 107K Miles
2001 MB E-320 - 164K Miles
2003 MB CLK-320 Cabriolet - 126K Miles
1997 MB E-420 - 157K Miles
2007 MB S-550 - 140K Miles
2011 MB G-550 - 90K Miles
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Last edited by hadam; 03-13-2019 at 02:14 PM.