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1995 S 600

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The cost of replacing the two mass airflow sensors and the two electronic ignition modules is $8,500. This sedan had only 45,000 miles on the odometer! There is a lot to be said for extended warranties when purchasing the V-12 or any of the older 140 sedans.
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$8,500.

I question whether all these expensive repairs are realy necessary.

I read a post recently where an owner was quoted $8000. to fix a transmission that was shifting out of 2nd slowly when the car was cold on first starting. The manual states this is a design feature to warm the catalitic converter quickly, and is normal.

Ivestigate before you take some crooked mechanics word.

Barry[B)]
 

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The cost of replacing the two mass airflow sensors and the two electronic ignition modules is $8,500. This sedan had only 45,000 miles on the odometer! There is a lot to be said for extended warranties when purchasing the V-12 or any of the older 140 sedans.
That seems like too much. I don't how much it should be but seriously that's almost the cost of the engine itself.
 

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No, the cost of replacing that engine is in excess of $40,000. Believe it oir not!!!!
The cost of replacing the two mass airflow sensors and the two electronic ignition modules is $8,500. This sedan had only 45,000 miles on the odometer! There is a lot to be said for extended warranties when purchasing the V-12 or any of the older 140 sedans.
That seems like too much. I don't how much it should be but seriously that's almost the cost of the engine itself.
 
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