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#1 Old 06-06-2010, 05:05 PM
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'02 CLK 320 Seat Problem and Sunroof Problem

Since this is my very first post, hello to all!

My problem: I have an '02 CLK 320 and the passenger side seat is stuck in one position. The seat will go in all directions except forward and backwards. When I try to use the door switch to move it, I hear a clicking under the seat but nothing happens. I checked all the wires that I can see when looking under the seat from the front and all looks good. Any suggestions?

Next problem: The sunroof is working fine in all direstions except occassionally when going to close it all the way, it stops about an inch short. This does not happen everytime, just sometimes. Even when I hold the switch down and give it a little push, it won't shut all the way. Any suggestions on that?
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Hellooo, anyone there?
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Have you checked the fuses in the trunk, rear right??
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Have you checked the fuses in the trunk, rear right??
I actually just figured out yesterday that there was a 3rd fuse block in the trunk yesterday, checked it, and that was the problem. What I don't understand is if the fuse was blown, why were the other operations of the seat working, tilt, up/down, head rest, etc? One fuse for an entire seat, right? But only affects one operation...

Still having the sunroof problem though...
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The sunroof guides probably need lubricating, it's a common problem.

MB recommend their expensive lithium grease, but there are many cheaper alternatives such as white lithium grease or PTFE grease.

Back to the fuses: Each seat has separate fuses for the seat motors.

In all cases involving fuses, if you have the MB bullet type aluminium fuses, even though they are not blown, check the seating as they can become corroded and not make a good contact. Many owners change all fuses to bullet type copper fuses.
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