Mercedes Benz C Class W204 C220 CDI Estate - Facts and Figures
|Power||170 PS - 125 kW - 168 BHP|
|Torque||400 Nm - 295 lb/ft|
|MPG City||47.0 MPG|
|MPG Motorway||64.0 MPG|
W204 C220 CDI Estate Review
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C Class W204 C220 CDI Estate Problems, Faults and Recalls
- R/2006/183 - Engine May Cut Out - A fuse within an electronic control module may become loose. This can result in the vehicle failing to start. In the worst case the engine may cut out whilst the vehicle is being driven.
- R/2008/147 - Engine Emergency Shut Off On Board Diagnosis Or Tank/speedo Signal May Be Affected - Possibility of transfer of incorrect control unit software which could affect engine shut off control in an emergency situation or the on board diagnosis system or tank/speedometer signal
- R/2008/149 - Engine Could Lose Power. - The electrical connection in the interior of the crankshaft sensor's chip housing may be interrupted which may result in loss of power and the inability to restart engine
- R/2010/156 - Power Assisted Steering May Leak Oil. - It is possible that a power assisted steering fluid leak could occur on the connection from the connection on the fluid line to pump. Drivers should be made aware of the concern by noise being emitted whilst the vehicle is being driven.
- R/2010/150 - Brake System May Not Operate To Specification - Some vehicles may have been fitted with incorrect specification brake discs. This in extreme cases may have an affect on the brake efficiency should the vehicle have to carry out an emergency stop.
- R/2010/205 - Fuel May Leak - Fuel may leak from the fuel filter housing onto the road surface and thereby make the road slippery for road users.
- R/2012/159 - Engine May Cut Out - Cracks in the charge air hose may possibly occur. This may subsequently lead to the engine switching to limp-home mode. In rare individual cases the engine shutting off cannot be ruled out.
- R/2016/034 - 1. Airbags May Fail To Deploy Or 2. Airbags May Deploy Without Obvious Cause - Due to corrosion of internal components the SRS control unit may fail. This will deactivate SRS components such as airbags or in rare instances cause an SRS component to unintentionally deploy.