All 2006 Mercedes-Benz CLS500 Recalls

Category Date Summary
Brakes 05 April 2005 On certain vehicles, the sensotronic brake control (sbc) system may prematurely shift to the hydraulic back-up function mode, due to deterioration of the wiring harness connection, or due to premature failure of the hydraulic pump.

Most Recent 2006 Mercedes-Benz CLS500 Consumer Complaints

Component Date of Report Summary
Seats 12 February 2015 Tl-the contact owns a 2006 mercedes cls500. the contact stated while parked, the front passenger's side seat headrest inadvertently deployed without any impact to the vehicle. the front passenger’s side occupant sustained severe head and neck injuries, and suffered from constant headaches. the injuries from the head rest required medical attention. the vehicle was equipped with a head restraint deployment mechanism. the vehicle was taken to the dealer for diagnosis. the vehicle was not repaired. the manufacturer was not notified of the issue. the approximate failure mileage was 96,000. js
Fuel/Propulsion System 28 September 2014 When fuel tank is filled completely there is an extremely strong odor of gasoline inside and outside car. fuel pump has been replaced and the fuel tank seals have been replaced multiple times with no improvement. gas cap warning light now comes on intermittently and check engine light remains on. have been advised to replace fuel tank now.
Service Brakes 12 September 2014 Tl-the contact owns a 2006 mercedes benz cls500. the contact stated that the while driving approximately 45 mph, the braking power insufficient warning light illuminated and when he applied the brake pedal he would have to depress the brake pedal to the floor to stop the vehicle. the vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. the manufacturer was notified. the approximate failure mileage was 86,000. ne

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