The 2007 Mercedes-Benz CLS63 is a very difficult car to maintain. All of its headlights have very problematic repairs, including a reservoir removal on the driver’s side, the removal of the wheel well lining, and a panel underneath the vehicle. The taillights also require multiple parts to be removed, from panels to pieces to trunk lining to many different kinds of fasteners. The oil drain plug is unusually challenging to reach, requiring three separate panels to be removed in order to access it.
However, the 2007 Mercedes-Benz CLS63 does have a few high points. Its oil dipstick is quick to find and remove, which makes checking its level markers an easy reliability. Although it is found in the trunk, the battery has very open access, which makes repairs on it quite easy. The brake fluid reservoir is also relatively easy to find and to monitor its fluid levels with ease.
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