||Date of Report
||25 August 2014
||Tl-the contact owns a 2006 mercedes benz cls 500. the contact stated that while driving approximately 45 mph, he could smell a strong fuel odor emitting from inside the vehicle. the dealer diagnosed that the fuel pump needed to be replaced. the manufacturer had not been notified. the approximate failure mileage was 109,000. ne
||13 July 2014
||Based on my personal experience and those of other mercedes owners of the same vehicle that i have spoken to over the years as well as mercedes service department employees , i know that this car has a long history of blowing tires, damaging rims in low speed pot hole incidences . the rims crack and the tires blow . this is dangerous and very expensive to repair or replace.
||22 March 2014
||Very strong smell of gasoline. car fuel tank reading incorrectly. fuel sending unit leaking. raw fuel leaking.