FAQs—Mercedes Benz E63 AMG S
My Mercedes Benz E63 AMG S doesn't accelerate above 60 mph. What's the problem with my car?
There are many reasons why your Mercedes Benz is not accelerating properly. First, the clutch may not be engaging the gearbox with the engine because of a mechanical error. There might also be a fault in the timing belt. Another possibility is that the fuel filter is dirty, which prevents the fuel from giving your car's engine enough energy to produce movement. You need to clean or replace the fuel filter in order to get rid of the dirt buildup. Your car might not also be accelerating because of low fuel, so check the tank itself, not just the fuel gauge, to confirm that you have enough fuel. If there's not much left but the fuel gauge says otherwise, you need to get the gauge fixed. Sometimes, your Mercedes Benz doesn't accelerate if there is an error in the electronic system. Check for error codes and fix any that you find.
I have a Mercedes Benz E63 AMG S with automatic transmission. When I drive and if I put my foot down on the pedal, the car accelerates then slips out of gear. Any idea on why this is happening?
The automatic transmission of your Mercedes Benz E63 AMG S transmits power from the engine through the driveshaft to the live axle. When your vehicle slips out of gear, it can cause a lot of problems, so it's best to find the cause as soon as possible. One of the most common and simplest causes of this issue is that your car probably has low transmission fluid. You can check this using the dipstick in the reservoir. If the level doesn't reach the "Full" line on the stick, simply refill the transmission fluid until it reaches the line. Another probable cause of transmission slip is when the transmission band is worn out or broken. If this is the case, you might not only have to deal with the transmission but also have to experience multiple engine troubles.
The fog lights of my Mercedes Benz E63 AMG S stopped working. How do I fix this?
The fog lights of your Mercedes Benz E63 AMG S are particularly useful when you need to drive in low visibility conditions. This is why if you notice that these lights have stopped working, you need to fix them ASAP. The first thing you need to check is the fuse. Your owner's manual should show you where the fuse box is and which fuse controls which circuit. When you inspect the fuse, see if the wire is intact. If it's not, replace the fuse with a new one that's the exact same type. Make sure that it is seated properly before you test the lights. If the new fuse blows out again, then there's something else causing the lights to stop working. If the fuse is in good condition, test if the bulbs are still working and if the wiring looks fine.