After years of consumer complaints regarding vehicle quality, Mercedes-Benz issues a worldwide recall of as many as 1.3 million vehicles already in service. The recall covers all 6-cyl. and 8-cyl. gasoline-powered models to check and possibly replace the voltage regulator. Also included in the recall are E-Class and CLS cars produced between January 2002 and January 2005. Those vehicles will receive new battery control unit software to enhance the on-board power supply. A Mercedes-Benz ...
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