|Code of P052E - PCV Vent Valve||$1505.25||$899.00||$2404.25|
Hey! That’s where I bought my Metris! Farmington, Utah and I live in Littleton!Just got this email back from my dealer. Crazy!
This is Sierra with Mercedes Benz of Farmington Service. Please find below the Quote you requested for your 2016 Mercedes Benz Metris
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ITEM Parts Labor Total Code of P052E - PCV Vent Valve $1505.25 $899.00 $2404.25
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I just had the engine check light test dun. finally it stayed on once i got to the shop. I believe these are what used to be called a pcv valve which used to pop right out of the valve cover on top of the engine. They quoted me 2348.74 with 7% sales tax. My van has 55,000 miles on it. Maybe it's time for a new engine. I did accidently get an extended warranty for 3500 bucks. I haven't heard back from the dealer yet. I replaced the starter myself for a few hours of work and about 300 bucks for a bosch starter. I put the brakes on myself with help of a mechanic with R1 concepts parts for about 500-550 instead of 1200-2000. I think all cars cost this much now not just foreign. I sure hope the warranty covers it. I'd hate to have to buy a 150 ish part and spend half a day or so R&R. by the way the brakes took only 2 hours in a driveway. imagine how fast they would be in a shop on a lift.I had to have my Crankcase Ventilation Purge Valve replaced. I was billed for 12 hours of labor. Has anyone else dealt with this problem?
So i just looked up the part crankcase vent valve on parts geek and they want 1005 bucks for a little plastic tube with a palladium/rhodium valve that is run by a quantum computer. (warning sarcasm may seem closer than it appears)I had to have my Crankcase Ventilation Purge Valve replaced. I was billed for 12 hours of labor. Has anyone else dealt with this problem?
Hey, sweet. Thanks. Thats a little cheaper than parts geek . I'll see what the Service dept and the Ext warranty folks say. Still. I think all that should have to be replaced is the little vent filter. That's why the actuator is not working. Just like the old style stuff, it gets clogged with oil build up and stops letting the hot engine(crank case) gases through. 789.99 is better than the MB price of 1190. I hope this is helping people out that were smarter than me and didn't pay 3500 bks for an ext warranty. Course if they pay for it it will start to look a lot less expensive. I'll bet a really industrious fella or gall could pull it out and clean it out with a can or "brake clean". I'll see if they'll let me keep my old assembly 'if it's not considered a core, and try cleaning it out. I'll bet it would be worth 250-300 to somebody with out a warranty. If that works. (home with a sore body and back today. so plenty of time to bitch and moan)
Holy feces batman. I scrolled down on that site link and the very parts that I am talking about (breather, hose assembly, oil separator)are sold separately for about 100-150 bucks total. not including shipping and tax. Man. I may have had to much coffee. Hoorah for the masses. I guess I'll have to look in the engine compartment when i slow down a bit and see how easy it is to get to those and R&R.
OkIt's something different if it's a 1.5 hours labor. It's a all day job...probably 2 days for me. You have to remove the left motor mount...it's a big job.