Mercedes-Benz recalls 79,000 vehicles with balky fuel pumps

Photo source: Mercedes-Benz

The fuel pump may shut down, causing a loss of drive power

Mercedes-Benz USA (MBUSA) is recalling 79,676 of the following vehicles, expanding a recall from mid-2023:

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AMG C43

2023

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AMG E53

2021-2023

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AMG E63

2021-2023

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AMG G63

2022-2023

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AMG GLC43

2023

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AMG GLE53

2022-2024

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AMG GLE63

2022-2024

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AMG GLS63

2022-2023

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AMG GT43

2021-2023

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AMG GT53

2022-2023

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AMG GT63

2023

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AMG SL43

2023

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AMG SL55

2022-2023

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AMG SL63

2022-2023

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C300

2022-2024

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E350

2022-2023

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E450

2022-2023

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G550

2022-2023

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GLC300

2023

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GLE350

2021-2023

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GLE450

2022-2024

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GLE580

2022-2023

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GLS450

2022-2023

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GLS580

2022-2023

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S500

2022-2023

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S580

2022-2023

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GLS600

2022-2023

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S580

2022-2023

The fuel pump may shutdown, causing a loss of drive power, increasing the risk of a crash.

What to do

Dealers will replace the fuel pump free of charge.

Owners will be notified by mail beginning around February 13, 2024.

Owners may contact MBUSA customer service at (800) 367-6372. 

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