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Coolant Reservoir
Replacement
Part Number: REPM161319
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$32.74
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  • 2003 - 2005 Mercedes Benz ML350 Base All Engines
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Notes : Without capQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 1635000349Replaces Partslink Number : MB3014100Warranty : 1-year Replacement unlimited-mileage warranty
Coolant Reservoir
Dorman®
Part Number: RB603258
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$47.25
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  • 2003 - 2005 Mercedes Benz ML350 Base 6 Cyl 3.7L
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Location : FrontNotes : 10 in. L x 6 in. H; 3.75 Liters Capacity; 20 psi Cap Maximum Pressure Rating; Twist Cap Type; Pressurized; Includes Cap and Mounting BracketsQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 1635000349Anticipated Ship Out Time : Same day - 1 business dayWarranty : Lifetime Dorman limited warranty
Coolant Reservoir
Standard®
Part Number: SIZ49017
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$70.34
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  • 2003 - 2005 Mercedes Benz ML350 All Submodels All Engines
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Notes : With cap and level sensorQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyAnticipated Ship Out Time : Same day - 1 business dayWarranty : 3-year or 36,000-mile Standard limited warranty
Coolant Expansion Tank - Replaces OE Number 163-500-03-49
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$53.80
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  • 2003 - 2005 Mercedes Benz ML350 Base All Engines
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Quantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 163-500-03-49Anticipated Ship Out Time : Same day - 1 business dayWarranty : 24-month limited warranty
Coolant Expansion Tank - Replaces OE Number 163-500-03-49
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$72.01
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  • 2003 - 2005 Mercedes Benz ML350 Base All Engines
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Quantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 163-500-03-49Anticipated Ship Out Time : Same day - 1 business dayWarranty : 24-month limited warranty
Coolant Expansion Tank - Replaces OE Number 164-500-00-49
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$104.65
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  • 2006 - 2011 Mercedes Benz ML350 4Matic All Engines
  • 2009 - 2011 Mercedes Benz ML350 Base All Engines
  • 2010 - 2011 Mercedes Benz ML350 Bluetec 4Matic All Engines
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Quantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 164-500-00-49Anticipated Ship Out Time : Same day - 1 business dayWarranty : 24-month or 24,000-mile limited warranty
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Mercedes Benz ML350 Coolant Reservoir Customer Reviews

Coolant Reservoir
Jun 15, 2020
Your response to my warranty replacement inquiry exceeded all my expectations by a large margin. You got yourselves a customer for life. Thank you.
Peter Brozich
VERIFIED PURCHASER
Purchased on Jun 10, 2019
Coolant Reservoir
Mar 15, 2020
coolant reservoir
Part was a match to my 2001 Mercedes ML320. Less than 1 hour to install. The only "negative" was delivery as it took over one week to receive although quicker delivery methods are available for an additional fee. Will consider using <a href="http://carparts.com" target="_blank">carparts.com</a> in the future.
Tina Rogers
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Purchased on Feb 23, 2020
Coolant Reservoir
Jul 03, 2019
Great price
I bought this to replace my aging reservoir which started to leak. This replacement fit perfect like OE. It took me 40 minutes to remove and put new one in. It shouldn't take this long if not due to plastic piece from my old reservoir broke off and stuck inside the hose and I had to careful fry it out without damage the hose.
Purchased on Feb 15, 2017

Mercedes Benz ML350 Coolant Reservoir Articles

Mercedes Benz ML350 Coolant Reservoir Problems and Solution

The Mercedes Benz ML350 coolant reservoir level must reach the coolant marker or the filter neck when cold. If the engine is warm, the coolant rises slightly, about half an inch. This should be your guide when checking if you have enough coolant in your system. For other problems, refer to the information below:

Leak in the coolant reservoir

There are many places where the coolant may leak (water pump, freeze plugs, hoses, radiator, intake manifold gaskets, heater core, and coolant reservoir). Each has a way to fix the problem. If the leak is in the coolant reservoir, you may opt for repair. If the coolant reservoir is cracked or has small punctures, the cooling system may lose the fluid every time your engine heats up. Left unchecked, there will not be enough coolant to keep the temperature of the engine and may result to overheating. Patching the leak with silicone glue may be a quick solution, but if your reservoir is relatively old and on its way out, replacing it is a better option.

Engine overheats

There are several causes of overheating. If the issue is with the coolant level, check the coolant in the reservoir and fill if necessary. If there is an adequate amount of liquid in the reservoir, check other parts of the cooling system if they are operating correctly: cooling fan, fan relay, and thermofan switch. Check the head gasket if it is leaking and check if you have a bad water pump.

Steaming reservoir or boiling coolant

If you notice steam coming out of your coolant reservoir or the coolant inside is boiling, do not do anything without allowing it to cool down. The problem may be caused by a low coolant level in the reservoir or inability of the reservoir to maintain correct pressure. Fill the reservoir with coolant if necessary. If you have a coolant pressure tester or can borrow one, use it. Refer to the figure stamped on the cap. Make sure that the reading doesn't fall significantly lower than what the figure on the cap indicates.

Mercedes Benz Ml350 Coolant Reservoir Maintenance Guide

Since it is a part of the cooling system, it is important that you follow strict guidelines on how to maintain your coolant reservoir as well as the fluid that goes into it. Here are the things you need to do in order to keep your engine from overheating and to keep the water from your car from freezing:


Do not overfill the reservoir.


The coolant reservoir also acts as (and called) "overflow tank" of your radiator. Because the liquid in the radiator expands when it gets hot, the radiator pushes this liquid out through the hose and into the coolant reservoir. If the coolant reservoir is overfilled, the expanded liquid will have nowhere to go. In worst cases, the pressure may damage the radiator or may cause leak to the hose. Fill the coolant reservoir up to the "MAX" line and do not let the coolant level go below the "MIN" line.


Flush out your cooling system as recommended by your manufacturer.


Some recommend that you should flush your cooling system once every 3 years, while some say that it is every 5 years. To be sure, refer to your owner's manual to know how often you should change you should flush out your cooling system. Still, your location will affect how long you have to change your cooling system.


Check the overall condition of your coolant reservoir.


While the coolant reservoir is made of high-quality plastic, temperature under the hood and the pressure of the liquid from the radiator can cause it to leak. Whenever you fill or flush your cooling system or whenever you check your radiator, take time to inspect your coolant reservoir as well as the clamps and hoses.


Dispose your fluid properly.


Although technically, this is not related to the reservoir, it is good that you know what to do with that liquid after you have flushed it out. The coolant liquid is toxic and can harm your pet and your kids. Contain the coolant carefully. Take it to a hazardous waste facility. The water that is used to flush the coolant out should be captured as well. Do not let any liquid go into the sewer.

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