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We’re a top rated local Mercedes-Benz EQC repair services shop in Fremont, CA. As the driver of a Mercedes Benz EQC, you might be experiencing certain issues are wondering if they are common. Like all cars, the EQC has some problems you should be aware of to watch out for. Knowing the problems ahead of time can ensure you take the car to the shop. You also need to be aware of recalls since they can be dangerous. Here are the most common issues:



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Experiencing steering failure, especially when driving on a busy road can be serious and scary. Unfortunately, the Mercedes Benz EQC has common problems with steering failure. The main reason is that the wiring harness for the steering control unit becomes damaged. This allows the water to get inside the parts and wears them down. Then, you might notice that the control does not work properly. There have been many recalls over steering failures. If your car is part of a recall, you need to take it into the shop right away even if you are not experiencing steering failure.


Car batteries need to be charged periodically. Many Mercedes Benz EQC drivers have experienced issues when it’s time to charge their batter though. The most common reason the battery cannot charge is because of corrosion. If your battery is badly corroded chances are you will need to replace the entire thing. The corrosion can also be on the battery cables. If the battery looks fine, you might need to check the alternator. Problems with the alternator can also cause the battery to not be able to charge.


If your window is not rolling up and down or gets randomly stuck, this signals an issue with the window regulators. Your window might also get stuck and then you won’t be able to get it to roll any further. There can be many reasons why your window might not be rolling properly. One of the main reasons is that there is an electrical issue in the car somewhere. This can cause the window to not receive signals as the wiring is off or there is another issue.