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What are some common Mercedes-Benz engine codes?

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Common Mercedes-Benz engine codes include problems with engine coolant temperature and engine oil temperature. Ignition and distributor engine speed codes are also common, as well as engine oil pressure sensor codes, switch circuit codes and engine speed input circuit codes.

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Engine coolant temperature circuit problems are common in Mercedes-Benz vehicles. These problems include malfunctions, range and performance problems, low input, high input, and intermittent functioning. The problems are indicated by engine codes P0115, P0116, P0117, P0118 and P0119, respectively.

Engine oil temperature sensor problems are shown with codes P0195, P0196, P0197, P0198 and P0199. These codes stand for sensor malfunction, sensor range and performance issues, low oil, high oil, and the intermittent functioning of the sensor.

Ignition and distributor engine speed problems include circuit malfunction, range and performance issues, lack of a signal, and intermittent functioning. They are correlated with codes P0320, P0321, P0322 and P0323.

Engine oil pressure sensor and switch circuit codes are P0520, P0521, P0522 and P0523. These codes indicate switch malfunction, range and performance issues, low voltage, and high voltage, respectively.

Engine speed input circuit problems are malfunctions, range and performance issues, lack of a signal, and intermittent functioning. They come equipped with the codes P0725, P0726, P0727 and P0728.

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