I wanted to get manuals for my 99 E300TD and ran into the same problem.
However, MB said that they will release the DVD for the E class in Jan'05.
You will be able to download the info or buy it on the StarTek MB site, for
a subscription fee.
<William P.N. Smith> wrote in message
On Thu, 18 Nov 2004 04:13:10 -0500, "Alfred" wrote:
I guess that's relative to working on a car with no manual. Me, I
prefer a Haynes manual that you can leave open on top of the air
filter when you're working. Although a CD sure is better than nothing
in my opinion YMMV :)
I bought the official 190 Mercedes CD from an Ebay seller. It is
better then nothing, but it is very confused and the pictures are
terrible quality(halftoned and scanned).
I was hoping to get a manual more like the manual I got with my 1978
320i. WOW! That was a beautiful publication....
PS So what if the book gets dirty? Paper is better IMO.
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