14 Nov, 14

Mercedes CLK (W209) Comand 2.0 High-Line Satellite Navigation Repairs

Mercedes Comand 2.0 RepairsThe Mercedes CLK (W209) chassis does come with the optional Comand 2.0 High-Line Sat Nav unit. This unit has also been found fitted to the W208 and W210 chassis but possibly retro-fit as we’ve not confirmed whether Mecedes did fit these at factory to such models.

The Comand 2.0 Sat-Nav has been known to fail commonly with CD Read Errors but from time to time we also receive them with all other types of faults. Below we’ve put together a small list of faults we’ve seen this type of satellite navigation unit sent in with.

  • CD Read Errors
  • Display Faults
  • Will Not Accept or Eject CD
  • Unit Completely Inoperable
  • Display Stays White
  • Stuck On Boot Logo
  • Unable To Enter Destination

Common Part Numbers: A2038274842, A2108204889, A1638203689, A6398201389, A2038205180, 7612001522

If you have a fault with your Comand 2.0 Navigation unit we can repair it. New replacement units are very expensive – we offer a fast turnaround testing + repair service with a Lifetime warranty. For more information on our Mercedes CLK Sat Nav Repairs, call us on 0203 815 9441.

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26 thoughts on “Mercedes CLK (W209) Comand 2.0 High-Line Satellite Navigation Repairs
  • Sat nav will not read disc E221 CDi W211 2004 Can I have a quote to repair

    • Hello John

      Thanks for getting in touch,

      We have sent you an email with full details and pricing.

      Kind Regards


  • having problems with mercedes ntg2 command centre started with no volume on unit radio then no volume on incoming calls and no volume on satnav then got message on screen to insert satnav disc then all buttons would not work as if frozen

    • Hello Brent

      Thank you for your enquiry,

      We have sent you an email with full details and pricing.

      Kindest Regards


  • Hi my Mercedes CLK (W209) Comand
    takes a long time to boot up. It is worse when the car has not been used for a few days.
    once it is on it works fine.
    Have you had this fault before ?

    • Hello Neil!!

      Thank you for reaching out to us!

      I’ve passed along your inquiry to the appropriate department, and they will be in touch with you via email soon.


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