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Hello, I purchased a 95 c 220 in 2008 and have loved it ever since. Aside from the pricey tune-ups and oil change (synthetic) I have had no problems. However, I did experience the same shaky problems that you did. My car was uncontrollably shaking and losing power and I took it to my mechanic who didn't said it was the coils. I bought the part, and had him to replace it...only to find out it I had a faulty spark plug. The key with Mercedes is to only use Mercedes parts. I bought the spark plugs from Auto Zone (after market) and one of the spark plugs wore out within a couple months. So my advice is to only used Mercedes parts!Report it
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