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The service people at Royal Chrysler referred me to a local independent shop that 'specializes' in servicing the engines of 'German' cars (AutoCamp). I would highly recommend any owner of these types to use him.

My check engine light turned out to be a bad O2 sensor unit - a $725 part. One look under the hood and he declared "this is a Mercedes engine - it's bullet-proof".

I understand that servicing a Mercedes would be more than a domestic. To anyone thinking of upgrading to a Mercedes - these cars are much cheaper to buy and it appears you get the same/similar product.

Review about: 2004 Chrysler Crossfire Car.

Reason of review: They won't service what they sell.

Preferred solution: Nothing from Chrysler - this was a learning experience - how they stand by their products..

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I don't understand your complaint .

What I do understand is that Mercedes-Benz engines are not "bulletproof" .

I've owned several of them. I know.

That car was built during the toxic Daimler-Chrysler era so it's no surprise that they did something like the failed Chrysler TC Maserati of two decades before.

You wanted to play with semi-exotic vintage cars ; now pony up or get off .

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