Mercedes tests car coolant for fuel leaks
In a new blog post, Mercedes says its engine coolant is not only safe, it is also “generally well tolerated” and is being used in the Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG sedan.
The coolant test strip is located on the inside of the dashboard and features a sensor that measures the amount of fuel being used.
When fuel levels are too high, the sensor alerts the driver to the problem.
The test strips are connected to the engine coolants through a heat exchanger, and they are used for the cooling of the turbochargers, air intake systems and engine oil.
The sensors are connected directly to the air-conditioning system, and can be controlled remotely by a smartphone.
In a post published on Wednesday, Mercedes said it has been able to make this sensor in a way that allows it to be easily removed from the dashboard by a customer.
In addition to monitoring the fuel levels, the sensors also measure the flow rate of the air coming into the car.
Mercedes said the coolant sensor is not connected to any other sensors, such as a temperature sensor, and therefore does not collect temperature data.
Mercedes’ test strips and the coolants are also being tested to ensure that the coolances are safe.
Mercedes has also said that it will not remove the coolance sensor from the cooling system if the vehicle is overheated, but this has not yet been confirmed.
“The test strips do not include any software,” the company said.
“We are looking into this issue and will make any necessary adjustments in the future.”
The Mercedes-AMG C63, which has a power output of 450hp, has been redesigned to include a more aggressive rear spoiler.
In terms of performance, the car’s standard 4.0-litre V8 is expected to achieve around 300bhp from its two turbocharged turbocharger units, while the new C63 S will offer 200bhp.
The C63 is expected for a 2018 debut.
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