Personal service for your Mercedes Benz
If your car engine stalls, runs rough, misfires, “check engine” light comes on, lots of trouble codes stored in computer memory, wiring harness insulation falling apart, your mechanic tells you to replace wiring harness-
As of 2016 rewire prices are as following plus shipping cost:
Mercedes V12 Mass Air Flow sensors rewire on car in my shop-
Mercedes V8 and V12 lower engine harness aka alternator harness aka positive cable harness-
Other Mercedes or Non-
Engine harness rewire is very labor intensive process. Some harnesses have around 400’ of wires to replace. Given that I replace one wire at the time to eliminate possible errors and maintain original wire length for all plugs to reach their destinations repair takes very long time. Some harnesses take me one day to rewire while others take few days depending on the model.
Before considering rewiring of your existing harness check with local dealer for a price of new harness. In some cases new harness is not much more expensive than rewiring and would make more sense to purchase. For some customers it makes sense to rewire and for some it makes more sense to buy new one. I have many international customers where conversion rate is in their favor. Customers with AMG or Brabus tuned motors, where new replacement harness costs way more than rewire or NLA, prefer rewiring and keeping original harness.
If you want to buy new harness I would order it from dealer according to your car VIN number and double check part number on your original harness. I rewire your original harness one wire at the time so there is 100% fitment guarantee.
When harness is rebuilt customer sends payment via PayPal or credit card and I mail the harness back. Customers are also welcome to bring their cars to my shop where I can remove, rewire, and reinstall your harness.
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We all know that all 1992 to 1995 S-
This problem is not only inconvenient but also dangerous. When wires short engine can stall and could or could not restart. That happened to me on intersections twice and once on the highway. I’m sure you don’t want engine to stall in the middle of intersection with cars approaching.
When I bought 1992 500SEL it was in non-