I have, and it is nothing like the repair/service manual. It's not as useful as it seems. Luckily, I paid only 99 cents for it, plus $4 bucks for shipping. If you want the real thing, buy the WIS (Workshop Information System) repair CD which is made by Mercedes. Although it is not available to the public. If you do find one, make sure that it comes with the password or else it will be useless.
It's a tricky program to install, won't work with a firewall, and not user friendly all!!..BUT...appears to be the real thing. Be careful bidding though, I bid late at night and got it at the minimum price (about $50.00 USD). Also you have to follow the installation instructions carefully, or you'll have problems.
Sit tight as MB is getting ready to release the "real" 208 service disk. You can look it up at the MB tech site, http://www.startekinfo.com/StarTek/. It is still in pre-release but will becoming soon.
I already have the MB parts locator and use the exploded views to see how things disassemble and reassemble. The MB parts guys are always blown away when I stop in for parts with the actual parts order form!
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