[4K] Engine failure during emergency transport


Jorge Manuel
Jorge Manuel

WOW! That must be every paramedic nightmare having the ambulance engine failure on an emergency call just image a cardiac patient.

Vor Monat
Robert Plajhnik
Robert Plajhnik

+Sebastian Wittich After who knows how big milleage and being diriven in DIE HARD STYLE all the time... no engine is immortal. Sooner or later it will fault. It's only mechanics ;) Anyway good that still bring them to the hospital!

Vor Stunde
Liveries FSX
Liveries FSX

+Jalis812 - Gaming Small engines heat up faster when pushed to full operation, read RPM. It's all about how everything is designed. And no, normal car won't struggle from temps when on high speed. Every engine will heats up however when standing in traffic jam with such of temp outside like ambulance had here.

Vor 7 Tage
Liveries FSX
Liveries FSX

+Nhat Bui Minh I still trust more German engineering, especially VW/Audi and BMW engines than any other French or American ones we have here.

Vor 7 Tage
Liveries FSX
Liveries FSX

+JoffeBisk A/C coldness doesn't come from the same radiator which cools engines.

Vor 7 Tage
JoffeBisk
JoffeBisk

+BobDerEine1 The A/C Cant cool the engine, but the A/C coldness is coming from the radiator which is what also cools down the engine. It needed all thee cooling it could get so it shut off the A/C. But this doesn't seem like an overheat, more of a turbo failure

Vor 9 Tage
Peter Berger
Peter Berger

Is this an Ambulance in the end of the video or a ICU transporter?

Vor Tag
Rodrigo Paredes
Rodrigo Paredes

Español // English ( con el traductor de google) yo diría que la caja de cambios se echó a perder , se arruino , porque cuando comenzó a perder potencia y cambio el ruido del motor , se escuchó un alza notable de las revoluciones, después de esto la caja de cambios no quiso subir de cambio y por eso dejo de acelerar , porque las rpm llegaron al límite Yo diría que la caja de cambios se echó a perder, se arruinó, porque cuando comenzó a perder potencia y cambiar el ruido del motor, se escuchó un aumento notable en las revoluciones, después de eso la caja de cambios no quiso subir, por eso Deja de acelerar, porque las rpm alcanzaron el límite.

Vor Tag
T M
T M

How does it work in the Netherlands.. is it a private service or government service?

Vor 3 Tage
OhhDaarBenJePerry
OhhDaarBenJePerry

Busje1993 nope, most of the costs of ambulances are covered by the health insurances, not by the government

Vor 2 Tage
OhhDaarBenJePerry
OhhDaarBenJePerry

Private service that is contracted to perform all ambulance call in a given region. They are not allowed to make any profit and need to invest everything they earn into the ambulance service. In some regions the GGD, that is actually governmental, but they can not make any profit on their ambulances

Vor 2 Tage
Ambuchannel 112
Ambuchannel 112

A foundation, not government

Vor 3 Tage
Busje1993
Busje1993

Government, same as Police and Fire Dept.

Vor 3 Tage
Eli Kruger
Eli Kruger

Engine “failure” skip to 22min

Vor 5 Tage
KagemandenDK
KagemandenDK

Can you now tell what the actual part is instead of "trolling"?

Vor Tag
I Hai Peng
I Hai Peng

很感謝中文翻譯 鞠躬

Vor 5 Tage
Jan Verschueren
Jan Verschueren

Lot's of interesting suggestions, but, given my background in selling automotive diagnostic equipment, I'm going to call a major vacuum leak downstream from the intake air sensors. Ok, basics: the engine draws in air to burn the fuel with. The harder it works, the more it draws in and the faster that air moves, which results in a significantly lower lower air pressure in the intake system compared to the surrounding air (hence the term 'vacuum' even though there's air present). In modern cars, for better (cheaper/easier to manifacture) or for worse (less durable), most of the intake system is made out of hard, temperature resistant plastic. Temperature resistance in plastics means they get harder and more brittle the more heat is dissipated through them. Ergo, once they've got some miles on them, on a really hot day, the engine vibrations might break them. This causes air to rush into the system, which we call 'unmetered air', because the sensors, which measure the air coming in, are all the way over at the airbox (which houses the air filter), where things are still relatively cool. So now the engine is running lean because of the extra air coming in, which the ECU (Engine Control Unit) can detect using the sensors monitoring the exhaust gasses. This is a bad thing, because running lean means running hot and everything about an internal combustion engine is engineered such it runs at a minimum of wear and tear within a fairly narrow temperature range (both too cold and too hot are harmfull, that's why the radiator fan in your car is temperature controlled. It allows the engine to heat up fairly quickly, while keeping it in an optimal operating window after). At first the ECU will try to compensate by putting more fuel in, but this has its limits (for several reasons I don't want to get into at this point), so, if the air leak is significant enough, it will gradually reduce the amount of engine power the driver gets with regard to his/her throttle input, effectively decreasing the amount of air which gets sucked in and accellerated, therefore decreasing the pressure difference with the outside air. Perfectly in line with what we saw in the video. Now, when everything is perfectly sealed up, a running engine's 'vacuum pressure' is more than enough to performs tasks in unrelated systems without really afffecting the performance of the engine, so manufacturers use it to power various systems, like the one determining the airflow throught the heating/air conditioning system (which also malfunctioned) and the brake booster. This last one is a hard one to detect as the control loop within our bodies bypasses our concious brain. If our balance system detects less retardation than our brain intended, our leg will automatically push harder, without having to think about it, but I'm willing to bet, in this instance, it took more physical effort to slow the car. Again: my opinion here is not gospel, but my gut feeling says one of the connections to one of these auxiliary systems simply broke off due to material fatigue and the hot ambient temperature. A very common failure.

Vor 5 Tage
KagemandenDK
KagemandenDK

Why doesn't anyone drive to the side when they hear the siren?? Here in Denmark almost everyone drives completely off the road to let emergency vehicles come through.. xD

Vor 6 Tage
KagemandenDK
KagemandenDK

+Yukachu I have never been over 1000 km away from the place I was born. No I haven't seen America.. xD

Vor Tag
Yukachu
Yukachu

KagemandenDK Have you ever seen america?

Vor Tag
MN SHP
MN SHP

why does the ecnalubma have such a small engine, it should a v6 or v8 because then instead of having to push the little 4 cyliner to the limit each and every time its used, a v6 will have alot more power and be more reliable because its not pushed to full capacity

Vor 6 Tage
OhhDaarBenJePerry
OhhDaarBenJePerry

Frejr it is an E250 CDI, not an E220CDI

Vor 2 Tage
JynxxRebels
JynxxRebels

Frejr gotta go with the Ford 7.3 diesel v8 gotta get that P O W E R

Vor 3 Tage
Frejr
Frejr

Yep, you're right. What we see here is an E-Class 220CDI S212, 4th generation with the 2l, 4cylinder diesel engine I believe. Back then, there even was the option of a pretty powerful 3l, V6 diesel, the 350CDI, with a ton of torque which is exactly what is needed to move such a heavy modification of what the engine is supposed to power. In the case of the 2l, 4cyl a lot of the power is coming from the turbocharger even when just accelerating normally, because the engine itself simply can't handly the weight of the car. And a constantly full powering turbo is basically a dead turbo already. Not to mention that a 3l, V6 diesel would also make the whole thing much faster anyway, and more reliable. Not quite sure though if Mercedes still offers big diesel engines in the new 5th generation E-Classes. Even big gasoline engines aren't really an option, considering the weight of the ambulance.

Vor 5 Tage
Skelpolu
Skelpolu

+samed halafi ecnalubma = ambulance backwards.

Vor 6 Tage
samed halafi
samed halafi

The WHAT?!

Vor 6 Tage
Anthony Cooke
Anthony Cooke

It’s a Mercedes. There shit. No wonder it died. Lol

Vor 7 Tage
Yukachu
Yukachu

Niall Bell and a Audi can‘t?

Vor Tag
Anthony Cooke
Anthony Cooke

Niall Bell yeah true

Vor 6 Tage
Niall Bell
Niall Bell

at least it can travel at a decent speed tho

Vor 6 Tage
Anthony Cooke
Anthony Cooke

Clive derp Exactly. 😂

Vor 6 Tage
Clive derp
Clive derp

yeah these new ones arent very good and the main problem is they take a base model Benz and make it 500-1000kg heavyer by makeing an ambulance out of it and the engine just cant cope with the stress.

Vor 6 Tage
jack hewitt
jack hewitt

This is the problem with car today the engines are getting smaller but they are demanding more from them and they can’t cope with it

Vor 7 Tage
WaifuRacer
WaifuRacer

Not just that, utilisation is all over the place and maintenance is not done how it should be.

Vor 7 Tage
Kippie
Kippie

Soort van Noodloop waar het in staat. Je climate controll/airco speelt hierin mee vaak. Je turbo is weggevallen en rijd als een simpele “oude” diesel als het ware

Vor 7 Tage
Franco96 GTA
Franco96 GTA

Too hot and the ECU has limited engine power and probably also turned off the AC

Vor 7 Tage
Mark Vinewood
Mark Vinewood

Something was probably overheating and then the ECU can lower the boost from the turbos which will result in loss of power. Those small 2.2 and 2.1 diesels are pretty good engines and ideal for taxis and such but anything bigger and heavier than that should probably use the 6-cylinder diesels. They have much more torque and don't have to work that hard, especially in case of frequent accelerations and maintaining high speed on highway which is basically exactly what an ambulance has to do most often.

Vor 8 Tage
Justin B
Justin B

It Is just a Mercedes doing what Mercedes does best you have to get a new mercedes every year or when thay come out with one or you will be in a world of pane I used to like Mercedes but thay have gone doun in quality sad why cant car company's just make a good car anymore Back then it was quality over quantity Now it's quantity over quality how many cars can we make for the cheapest price

Vor 8 Tage
Liveries FSX
Liveries FSX

Mercedes = quality? Those times are gone for years already.

Vor 7 Tage
Robot Rocks11_f1
Robot Rocks11_f1

As a mercedes f1 media associate this is a false claim

Vor 7 Tage
JoffeBisk
JoffeBisk

You know, things could have turned out really badly, but lickily they didn't

Vor 8 Tage
unknown
unknown

I imagine that the turbo started to overheat from the hot air and the engine went into protection mode to cool down the turbo. And when the car sped up (highway), the intercooler started to cool the air better and the turbo returned to normal temperature.

Vor 8 Tage
Kristofer Bjarni
Kristofer Bjarni

why is the title in my language(icelantic)

Vor 9 Tage
Faris Ebrahim
Faris Ebrahim

+Ambuchannel 112 And alot of languages!

Vor 6 Tage
Kristofer Bjarni
Kristofer Bjarni

Ambuchannel 112 aaaa okey

Vor 8 Tage
Ambuchannel 112
Ambuchannel 112

Because someone took the effort of translating it into his or her own language, in this case it was someone from Iceland.

Vor 8 Tage
Jeff zhao
Jeff zhao

Kristofer Bjarni I started having a lot of videos doing the samething too me.(Chinese and English)

Vor 8 Tage
Amon Goeth
Amon Goeth

That sounds like a broken coil to me Misfire nearly from the start

Vor 9 Tage
Jordy Westerhof
Jordy Westerhof

Amon Goeth it's a diesel and it probably went into reduced power mode for it not to overheat

Vor 7 Tage
MrLembnau
MrLembnau

its a diesel mate.

Vor 8 Tage
Franz K.
Franz K.

@Ambuchannel 112, Hundreds of people are speculating what was the cause of engine s losing power. Could You please ask Your employer and tell us?

Vor 9 Tage
Liveries FSX
Liveries FSX

+Ambuchannel 112 I'm surprised that there was no error/warning sign on the dashboard. I can only guess that some features you won't find in ambulance version to cut the costs of the car but still, Merc is full of electronic so... Nowadays all new cars with on-board computers do warn you if there is sth with the engine/turbo and ask you to stop the car right now for safety.

Vor 7 Tage
Mysteel
Mysteel

+Ambuchannel 112 That's the engine going in recovery mode because the turbo is taken out of use due to the error, quite common actually

Vor 8 Tage
Ambuchannel 112
Ambuchannel 112

They suspect it was some kind of safety mode to protect the engine, maybe due to a turbo error they tell me.

Vor 9 Tage
Dyin._.Inside
Dyin._.Inside

I would hate listening to that siren constantly

Vor 9 Tage
PrezTheButton
PrezTheButton

Jesus that hospital is so far away.

Vor 9 Tage
coswiger
coswiger

Well, it wasn't the closest but the most qualified for the patient's illness.

Vor 7 Tage
Shitosław Pasterski
Shitosław Pasterski

jesus is everywhere.

Vor 8 Tage
pepperz 0layz
pepperz 0layz

Some people have been saying that the vehicle was overheating you can see at the end it was not when he moves his hand out of the way.

Vor 9 Tage
Mark Vinewood
Mark Vinewood

These modern cars pretty much all the time tell you that the engine is at 90 degrees Celsius while the actual temperature can fluctuate up and down. The dial only goes over 90 when it is really becoming dangerous.

Vor 8 Tage
MVJ ASHLEY
MVJ ASHLEY

Thank god That would be an emergency night mare if the amb would have been bd at emergency situation

Vor 9 Tage
JDMISMY LIFE
JDMISMY LIFE

Everyone here is hating on mercedes...i mean it could literary happen on any car

Vor 10 Tage
Yukachu
Yukachu

Nhat Bui Minh bullshit. The Fire dept. in my city (germany :) drives MAN‘s. Their like 2 years old now and nothing happend to them. And there are really hightech. So, get your ass back in your Toyota wich is build from kids and stfu.

Vor Tag
JoffeBisk
JoffeBisk

+Dyin._.Inside You're god damn right

Vor 9 Tage
Franz K.
Franz K.

+Nhat Bui Minh rubbish

Vor 9 Tage
Nhat Bui Minh
Nhat Bui Minh

+Franz K. rubbish or not, that's still the truth mate. You could argue that Japanese had built bad unreliable car too but why the German has such bad reputation. The problem is that the German over engineered their vehicle. This is fine on normal car but on a life saving vehicle ? Aren't you want an ambulance that doesn't enter limp mode on the middle of the road?

Vor 9 Tage
Franz K.
Franz K.

+Nhat Bui Minh rubbish

Vor 9 Tage
Davide Boschi
Davide Boschi

wooooooooooooooowwwwwwwwwwww nice video good dirve

Vor 11 Tage
Pontus Åkesson
Pontus Åkesson

very nice driving. I'm not so impressed of the driving skills of many ambulance drivers here in Sweden

Vor 12 Tage
Adam A
Adam A

im impressed that people are using the right hand lane

Vor 12 Tage
Ethan Pugh
Ethan Pugh

*this is why you let your engine warm up

Vor 12 Tage
Jordy Westerhof
Jordy Westerhof

jacintalovesart that's the biggest bullshit I've been hearing in a while...

Vor 7 Tage
MegaMech
MegaMech

+jacintalovesart I'd like to see your newer car start in -40c weather lol. Good luck!

Vor 8 Tage
isbn
isbn

Adam Nieradzik interesting. “99.9%” of ambulances. Maybe in Siberia! Having worked in the industry, I very very much doubt this is the case. Do you have any evidence to back this up this profound claim? Maybe in very very cold places they may attach sump heaters. But let’s not forget. These cars are parked inside in a warm garage most of the time. It’s more likely the car is never sitting idle for more then an hour and ( in this case, it’s much more likely) warm from its last run. The weather in the above video and most places around the world summer or indeed winter is certainly are not worthy of attaching sump heaters to a car that’s parked indoors and run regularly. Coming to an conversation with a statement of 99.9% you need facts. I can tell you right now 100%% of ambulances within several thousand kilometres of the equator don’t pre heat their sump oil.

Vor 10 Tage
Ethan Pugh
Ethan Pugh

+Adam Nieradzik Thats besides the point now

Vor 10 Tage
Adam Nieradzik
Adam Nieradzik

If You would watch the video closely the engine temp is over 80°C at start, as because 99.9% of the ambulances over the world while stationary in the base are plugged into external power which keeps the engines warm by electric heaters.

Vor 10 Tage
Alex T
Alex T

Limp mode... ECU or some other sensor most likely

Vor 12 Tage
MegaMech
MegaMech

If it was limp home mode he wouldn't have been able to go more than 30kmh I'm thinking.

Vor 8 Tage
Ramon Vaders
Ramon Vaders

too bad its an automatic, limp mode is easily fixed in a manual, depress the clutch restart the engine and boom done (unless theres something that's actually wrong with it)

Vor 11 Tage
Just a random dude
Just a random dude

My grandpa was in an ambulance once because of a serious emergency that had to do with his liver and the ambulance transporting him broke down and he almost died because of not receiving medical treatment on time. Still wondering how tf he survived... he is one hell of a tough dude

Vor 13 Tage
Noah Ater
Noah Ater

maybe he got transferred to a functional ambulance that was able to drive the rest of the way to the hospital?

Vor 9 Tage
ajdahun
ajdahun

gas or diesel?

Vor 13 Tage
ItsDavid2 x
ItsDavid2 x

Prob diesel. These cars travel a lot and diesel is cheaper than gas

Vor 7 Tage
JoffeBisk
JoffeBisk

Most likely diesel because of the modifications adding weight it would need more torque

Vor 9 Tage
Tim Lamein
Tim Lamein

diesel i believe

Vor 11 Tage
Noah Ater
Noah Ater

for all the people expecting the engine to fail, as in completely stop working leaving everyone stranded, it didn't. it just went into reduced power mode to save itself from overheating

Vor 14 Tage
Tim Lamein
Tim Lamein

could be overheating. Could be a sensor fail. It went into limp mode. As in restricted power output because an ecu error. Our Volvo had this when turbo pressure was low. It took out all power. Just to protect the engine. The actual cause was an air tube from turbo to intercooler that broke.

Vor 11 Tage
tikstuu v2
tikstuu v2

Moi osaatko yhtään suomea

Vor 17 Tage
tikstuu v2
tikstuu v2

Tekö osaatte

Vor 9 Tage
Gabi Koonings
Gabi Koonings

Most people react promptly and properly, but still you see many people doing stupid stuff, being way too slow, or doing even the worst you can do, like getting in front of an ambulance when you had ample time to wait, and then even slowing down while he cannot get past immediately, so damn stupid. I really do think such people should get a visit from the police if not an outright fine. And during driving lessons at least 1 lessons should be entirely devoted to getting the fuck out of the way for emergency services fast and the right way. If people cannot do that, or maybe even if they're really just too stupid, well, maybe they should just not be able to get a license at all.

Vor 18 Tage
Gabi Koonings
Gabi Koonings

+Matthew Helgeson You interpret 'That IS false' very differently then. Also, i was also saying what i think they should get. So this wasn't useful at all :P

Vor 13 Tage
Matthew Helgeson
Matthew Helgeson

Oh yeah of course. I’m just saying that’s what they *should* get. Not what they will get.

Vor 13 Tage
Gabi Koonings
Gabi Koonings

+Matthew Helgeson That depends on how the country does things, in any case, something.

Vor 14 Tage
Matthew Helgeson
Matthew Helgeson

That is false. They shouldn’t get a fine, or a visit from the police. They should receive points on their license.

Vor 14 Tage
GalaxyMaster 06
GalaxyMaster 06

This is the 3rd time in 2 months that i've heard someone mention losing power in a Mercedes

Vor 18 Tage
Citroen Driver
Citroen Driver

+JoffeBisk they're nice cars but the suspention seems a bit complicated if it fails, so yeah i like them. May i ask why you ask?

Vor 8 Tage
JoffeBisk
JoffeBisk

+Citroen Driver Hey, do you like xantias?

Vor 9 Tage
Navaks
Navaks

You can experience similar things in almost every new vehicle. As nowadays you’ve got ECU that controls almost every component of the car so whether some issue arises it may decide to cut the power or slowly stop the vehicle depending on how bad the problem is

Vor 15 Tage
Citroen Driver
Citroen Driver

I have been driving a Mercedes truck from 1978 and I had a gearbox failure on the ramp to go into the ferry from Germany to Sweden.

Vor 17 Tage
GalaxyMaster 06
GalaxyMaster 06

Nothing, just found it interesting

Vor 18 Tage
psy0rz
psy0rz

Wat zijn mogelijke noodplannen als de auto toch uitvalt?

Vor 18 Tage
Fleur Savez
Fleur Savez

+Ambuchannel 112 bedankt voor het antwoord. Weer wat geleerd.

Vor 13 Tage
Ambuchannel 112
Ambuchannel 112

Ligt eraan. Hoe ver nog, haal ik het nog, denk ik dat de motor er echt mee gaat stoppen of niet, toestand van de patient, etc. Ik ben wel eens met een flappende lekke band naar het ziekenhuis gereden met een hele slechte patient. Dat was nog 500 meter. En anders direct een andere ambu laten komen.

Vor 13 Tage
Sam
Sam

+psy0rz ik ga uit van beide. Eerst melden om een ambu stand-by te hebben en als je er staat laten uitrijden

Vor 15 Tage
psy0rz
psy0rz

Dan is de vraag: wanneer meld je het? Als de auto raar begint te doen of pas als je stil staat?

Vor 17 Tage
OhhDaarBenJePerry
OhhDaarBenJePerry

als de ambu niet meer verder kan dan melden ze dat en komt er een andere ambulance

Vor 17 Tage
Marcello Colotario
Marcello Colotario

Unless it has variable valve timing. My Volvo did this when either the exhaust cam solenoid or intake cam solenoid failed (both at different times) and it did many of the same symptoms. I had to floor it to keep 80kph with no intake solenoid when that went out.

Vor 18 Tage
Marcello Colotario
Marcello Colotario

+tag Knife No. The electrical side of it just failed. it's basically an electrically actuated oil control solenoid. It got stuck in fully retarted timing and made the trip up the hill to my house (in afternoon traffic) a bit more intense than I would have liked. After three days it got a new solenoid and an oil change. because it was close to the 5000 mile interval (maybe like... 4200 miles?). Now it runs fine.

Vor 15 Tage
tag Knife
tag Knife

Ya, but was your oil temps 350C.

Vor 15 Tage
Marcello Colotario
Marcello Colotario

hmmm... oil dilution from fuel causing turbo damage?

Vor 18 Tage
Jonka Olofsson
Jonka Olofsson

l e s u c c lol pretty much all diesels nowadays have a turbo

Vor 8 Tage
Honza Kotačka
Honza Kotačka

+l e s u c c Every modern diesel has a turbo.

Vor 11 Tage
l e s u c c
l e s u c c

Marcello Colotario I don’t think it has a turbo since it’s diesel

Vor 11 Tage
Raw Pardos
Raw Pardos

Turbo Pressure failure that is what happen. Engine still runs, but doesnt know what to do since the cylinders aren't getting enough air from the turbos to boost, gears get clunky. Basically it turned himself into a naturally aspirated 2.5 diesel

Vor 19 Tage
Navaks
Navaks

Raw Pardos yup. Happened to me a couple years ago with a bmw 120d. At the end I had to replace the turbo :/

Vor 15 Tage
dummy3333
dummy3333

16:00 Engine failure starts. (Speed drops from 160+ to 140 km/h.)

Vor 19 Tage
Dieter Müller
Dieter Müller

Sehr schön... ihr braucht mehr power als rettungsfahrzeug.. gut gefahren.. 🤗👍 Das motoren problem ist natürlich total blöd wenn sowas ist...

Vor 19 Tage
Yukachu
Yukachu

Dieter Müller Mein Gott.../

Vor 20 Stunden
Dieter Müller
Dieter Müller

+Yukachu nein aber dann hat man vieleicht schon genug durchgemacht um sowas so nicht mehr lustig zu finden.. vorallem wenn man keine Fremdsprache wirklich kann.. was heute von Vorteil ist..

Vor 20 Stunden
Yukachu
Yukachu

Dieter Müller Ahh ja. Wenn man Älter wird, dann hat man Automatisch keinen Selbsthumor mehr.

Vor 20 Stunden
Dieter Müller
Dieter Müller

+Yukachu was hat das mit Humor zu tun oder mit sonst etwas? Habe leider schon genug böse Kommentare gehabt deshalb finde ich sowas auch nicht witzig... wäre es mit einem passenden 🙂 versehen gewesen hätte man es einordnen können... so leider nicht... bin ein Generation X und kann auch mit dem neuen zeug nichts anfangen... aber irgendwann trifft es jeden.. man muss nur in das Alter kommen dann versteht man erst... trotzdem schönen Abend...

Vor 21 Stunde
Yukachu
Yukachu

Dieter Müller Du hast keinen Sinn für Humor. Schade, dass es wandelnde Klischees gibt.

Vor 21 Stunde
Al Kaholic
Al Kaholic

"Links rechts links rechts" *slaat rechts af*

Vor 19 Tage
Endrit V
Endrit V

If this was not a Mercedes, maybe they would have not reached the hospital.

Vor 20 Tage
iZajRes GS
iZajRes GS

I agree with both

Vor 13 Tage
Pe verhelle
Pe verhelle

Bullshit, mercedes isn't the quality anymore like they use to be...

Vor 20 Tage
Phantom
Phantom

thats what happens when Mercedes uses renault engine. If Mercedes put in there own engines non of this would happen

Vor 21 Tag
STeveTDCi
STeveTDCi

+Phantom Yes, I am sure. This is a 250CDi, which is the same as the 220CDi but with 2 turbo's instead of just 1.

Vor 18 Tage
Phantom
Phantom

+Propellerschrauber i dont know about the ambulance car in this video. All i know is what they told me in the Ambulance garage.... its the turbo presure what makes the car go in to limp mode and by passes the turbo, so you can drive the car but you will have a small ammount of power and for a car that weights at around 3T it is a dissaster.

Vor 18 Tage
Propellerschrauber
Propellerschrauber

In this ambulance car is the Mercedes OM 651 DE 22 LA four-cylinder engine with 2143 cm³ 150kw / 204 PS named "250 CDI" used.

Vor 18 Tage
Phantom
Phantom

+Jochem H Yes thanx m8, Whahaha today i actually went to the Ambulance garage where they repair there cars in my own intrest, and they told me all most exact the same thing. they allso told me that they allready updated the issue and it is allready solved. main issue was not the over heating but the turbo hoses managed to get micro holes which send the engine in to limp mode, so becouse there is a small hole in the turbo hose the engine bypasses the turbo and becomes a normal 3.0l diesel and drives like a tracktor. dangerouse stuff if you have a patient on board.

Vor 18 Tage
Jochem H
Jochem H

They use the Mercedes 3.0L V6 diesel engine in medium power output, very reliable engine but sometimes it goes in limp home mode due to turbo pressure trouble. These Ambulances weigh close to 3 tonnes empty due to equipment and structural upgrades and reinforcements. I once tried to race one that was off duty and I was seriously surprised by its acceleration.

Vor 18 Tage
Андрей Минюков
Андрей Минюков

Скорее всего просто перегрел, если с одного срочного на второй срочный без передыху двигателю, то это вполне возможно...

Vor 21 Tag
McCormick MC130
McCormick MC130

Geniaal om de reacties te lezen van de mensen die denken te weten wat het is, de auto ging in noodloop, dit kan honderden dingen betekenen

Vor 22 Tage
StevenQ74
StevenQ74

Dat klonk alsof je plotseling cilinders begon te verliezen

Vor 22 Tage
Travis Parks
Travis Parks

Does no one at all know what a fast lane is for christ

Vor 23 Tage
Travis Parks
Travis Parks

True I was disputing that, but more so the vehicles who do not move out of fast learner lane

Vor 14 Tage
Maxime Dodu
Maxime Dodu

Onmost of the highways you saw in this clip the speed limit is 130km/h or 120km/h. The ambulance is driving 170km/h before engine failure.

Vor 14 Tage
Whippy
Whippy

Did you ever find out what went wrong ?

Vor 23 Tage
JoffeBisk
JoffeBisk

Ambuchannel answered a comment saying it was a turbo failure

Vor 9 Tage
ToolkiT73UK
ToolkiT73UK

given he could still drive but lost power, probably loss of turbo... so NA power left..

Vor 22 Tage
ToolkiT73UK
ToolkiT73UK

My prime suspect would be overheating.. it was 35c that day it said..

Vor 22 Tage
Zeus
Zeus

Wee ouu wee ouu

Vor 25 Tage
Josbert Lonnee
Josbert Lonnee

Volgende keer het linker voorwiel (met die camera er op) er af laten vliegen graag. Dat levert mooiere beelden op.

Vor 26 Tage
Josbert Lonnee
Josbert Lonnee

+Escobarmegaal PS4 Wat is dit nou weer voor uitspraak? U wekt hiermee de schijn dat u erg gemakkelijk te trollen bent.

Vor 19 Tage
Josbert Lonnee
Josbert Lonnee

Was het juli 2018? Hoe warm was het die dag?

Vor 26 Tage
Ambuchannel 112
Ambuchannel 112

Nee dit was volgens mij die warme period in oktober. Edit: o, dit is de engine failure video, die was inderdaad in de zomer. JE zite links in het dashboard de temp.

Vor 24 Tage
Josbert Lonnee
Josbert Lonnee

@5:41 Zit ze nou een fietser uit te lachen omdat die morbide obees is? Om welke aandoeningen wordt nou nog meer gelachen? :)

Vor 26 Tage
Gideon Kloosterman
Gideon Kloosterman

Laten we eerlijk zijn dikke mensen op een fiets is gewoon hilarisch

Vor 20 Tage
ƘƖԼԼЄƦȤƜЄƦƓ
ƘƖԼԼЄƦȤƜЄƦƓ

Und wo ist der Motorausfall? Sieht mir eher danach aus, als ob die Bremse mit dem Gaspedal verwechselt wurde...

Vor 26 Tage
NashBen
NashBen

Sieht so aus, als wäre der Motor ins Schutzprogramm gegangen. Das Problem hatte ich auch schon im Einsatz (mit MB Sprinter). Sehr lästig, mit stark verringerter Leistung zum Einsatz fahren zu müssen.

Vor 20 Tage
Retarded Pepe
Retarded Pepe

This is why you don’t make engines with Renault.

Vor 26 Tage
Alexandre Zen
Alexandre Zen

MB uses only 1.6 liter Renault engines... And by the way, they are reliable...

Vor 23 Tage
gkhncnzdgn
gkhncnzdgn

afaik, benz doesn't do bigger diesels like in this one (should be an e250 if I recall correctly) with renault, only small ones like 1.6l

Vor 24 Tage
Jitter 000
Jitter 000

What engine failure? This looks to me like a modern diesel doing its routine to meet emissions regulations or reducing the power to save the engine from overheating. It was a very hot day - by the looks of it, this was recorded in July or August this year... I didn't see any warnings appear on the dashboard. A true engine failure would have lit up the works and might even have stranded you on the hard shoulder.

Vor 26 Tage
JBMP
JBMP

+MustashGaming Hosken why like the NHS more? Why compare them?

Vor 16 Tage
NerdishTech
NerdishTech

Not necessarily. I have an old LHS with a failed engine. Doesn't overheat, no lights, not even a misfire engine light. But yet the engine is horrid and can't even move under it's own power anymore.

Vor 17 Tage
abd bach
abd bach

+Shawn Christensen No, only entry level Mercs get renault engines, this ambulance got the bigger diesel which is needed for all the weight (you can tell by the engine sound). And No, sensor failure don't cause engines to overheat, why are you stuck on overheating? cars go on "limp mode" for almost anything nowadays, trust me I know what I'm talking about. The only sensor that could theoretically cause overheating is the coolant temperature sensor, but all modern cars have at least 2 sensors (likely more in luxury cars) they can't possibly all fail in the same time without the dashboard flashing like a christmas tree.

Vor 19 Tage
Shawn Christensen
Shawn Christensen

+abd bach Well I mean, we've established that a lot of the Mercedes use Renault engines, which means it is entirely possible the car's ECU was deliberately limiting power to the engine to prevent the possibility of overheating. Undoubtedly there *was* a sensor failure something similar that caused the engine to start to overheat, which caused the ECU to limit power. It's pretty rare for an ECU to just decide to reduce power for no reason; the loss in power was just the solution to whatever failed in the first place.

Vor 19 Tage
nickda1
nickda1

+MustashGaming Hosken lol there was he was struggling to keep the speed up unless you wasn't paying attention engine failure does not always mean the engine stops

Vor 22 Tage
StreetKingAttax
StreetKingAttax

Ja wenn man direkt immer auf Kalt gibt ist das normal haha

Vor 26 Tage
Random GamePlayer
Random GamePlayer

Houston we have a problem

Vor 26 Tage
mcturbob
mcturbob

WOW! I see lots of comments on how unreliable the Mercs ( I am not a fan at all ) are for an ambulance... I don't know what the actual problem with the engine was but GUYS the car in fact held REALLY WELL and got them to the hospital with the patient on board, right? So lets talk again about reliability in doing the job. And the driver was really good at driving, planning emergency ( for him ) situations with the car and so on! Keep up the good work, man!

Vor 27 Tage
bouds best base zaat
bouds best base zaat

Zo zie je maar weer , ook een ambulance kan kapot , al is dat de nachtmerrie voor de ambulancechauffeur. Gelukkig hadden jullie het gehaald

Vor 27 Tage
Woulve
Woulve

So many professionals in the comments

Vor 28 Tage
Propellerschrauber
Propellerschrauber

Yes, I am professional, too. Professional for Propellers.

Vor 18 Tage
Automatic Cool
Automatic Cool

Cool down the turbo before turning of the ignition..

Vor 28 Tage
Donald J. Trump
Donald J. Trump

Its a emergency broo

Vor 16 Tage
Paul van Lieshout
Paul van Lieshout

In the 80s maybe...

Vor 19 Tage
eccozodiak
eccozodiak

Automatic cool: Modern cars doesn´t have to cool down the turbo, that was years ago ;)

Vor 25 Tage
Daniel Fl.
Daniel Fl.

Woulve Your comment is funny, but he is actually correct. @Automatic cool: The turno is electrically driven when turned off so oil is not standing still.

Vor 27 Tage
Jack Shotton
Jack Shotton

Woulve hes right tho.

Vor 27 Tage
Reuven Reuven
Reuven Reuven

"Engine failure"

Vor 28 Tage
NicoYoshimitsu
NicoYoshimitsu

Mercedes Benz..

Vor 28 Tage
NicoYoshimitsu
NicoYoshimitsu

In the Past, Volvo and Toyota/Lexus made the beste Quallity, Mercedes 50 Years ago. Now all car same, many Problems have new cars.

Vor 27 Tage
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NastyPlays yeah that was in the past, we all know some old Mercs have the most reliable engines ever, but now even Audi makes more reliable engines.

Vor 27 Tage
NastyPlays
NastyPlays

Mercedes Has built the tons of the most reliable engines out there.

Vor 28 Tage
LudwigHB Bremen
LudwigHB Bremen

the car was was poor maintaned... broken lights, bad wheel alignment (steering wheel slightly to the left). The sound sounds like the diesel catalysator went in cleaning mode (the turbo goes off)... besides... where the f**k are you going with an ambulance on such a long distance 22 mins drive? This would have been a helicopter job... Don't you have helicopters?

Vor 29 Tage
HGKREAL
HGKREAL

In the Netherlands, a time limit for an ambulance is 45 minutes

Vor 13 Tage
Gero 1556
Gero 1556

How is a helicopter supposed to land in a residential area

Vor 13 Tage
cjeam
cjeam

There are no regen or cleaning modes which will disable the turbo.

Vor 15 Tage
Sonny Latchstring
Sonny Latchstring

@LudwigHB Bremen That is because most roads in Germany are rural and average distances longer.

Vor 18 Tage
LudwigHB Bremen
LudwigHB Bremen

+Paul van Lieshout good question...well my plan is good, but not perfect...

Vor 19 Tage
Triptech79
Triptech79

The roads in the Netherlands are fantastic! I'm an ambulance driver in the UK. Very rough roads, terrible traffic and other road users with no brain cells. Its a horrible job to do here - looks great over there. Maybe I should move!

Vor 29 Tage
Yukachu
Yukachu

Deniz SCPF In Turkey the ambulance drivers get arrested for helping people which aren‘t Erdogan fans ;^)

Vor Tag
Yukachu
Yukachu

Jitter 000 Germany is really bad at this right. But have you ever seen china or america?

Vor Tag
MustashGaming Hosken
MustashGaming Hosken

Triptech79. what is the rarest tone of the siren. hi-lo or wail

Vor 23 Tage
Deniz SCPF
Deniz SCPF

Ever been in Turkey?

Vor 24 Tage
Josbert Lonnee
Josbert Lonnee

And in contrast to you, we drive on the right side.

Vor 26 Tage
Tony x
Tony x

this could not happened with a lexus ambulance

Vor 29 Tage
doggo
doggo

+Tony x after thid we can see you dont know a fuck about cars

Vor 26 Tage
doggo
doggo

Nope

Vor 26 Tage
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Tony x Loool, Lexus Ambulance. No but on a serious note why are they using a freaking E class as an ambulance, they should use the Merc Van as everywhere else or make an Audi or a Toyota ambulance, at least these will be much more reliable and never stop you on the side of the road

Vor 27 Tage
Tony x
Tony x

\GER E39/ ok yes, a friend of mine has an E61 530d with 300k km and everthing is working, the inline 6 was a good engine

Vor 28 Tage
Mariusz
Mariusz

This mean Lexus ambulance can save your life

Vor 28 Tage
Minske Monotlh
Minske Monotlh

which graphics card?

Vor 29 Tage
Bersch Tommer
Bersch Tommer

+Noah Ater Intel Inside, without graphic card

Vor 10 Tage
SEPPDROID
SEPPDROID

Noah Ater r/woosh

Vor 13 Tage
Noah Ater
Noah Ater

GTX 1060 (3 GB), why do you want to know what model of graphics card we are using???

Vor 14 Tage
Nameless Guy
Nameless Guy

Intel Integrated

Vor 26 Tage
Alex Knapp
Alex Knapp

Gtx 550ti

Vor 28 Tage
John De Jong
John De Jong

RESPECT voor jullie! ✌ En vooor iedereen; blijf met je poten van hulpverleners af! Laat die mensen hun bijzondere taak doen voor de samenleving!✌

Vor 29 Tage
Mariusz
Mariusz

Mercedes can waste your life

Vor 29 Tage
Mariusz
Mariusz

+M In dreams meaby

Vor 19 Stunden
M
M

Mostly Mercedes save your life 😉

Vor 19 Stunden
doggo
doggo

Lol

Vor 26 Tage
\GER E39/
\GER E39/

Mariusz mercedes can kill you😂

Vor 28 Tage
Sean Zhang
Sean Zhang

Never heard Mercedes could get engine failure! 😂

Vor 29 Tage
JoffeBisk
JoffeBisk

+Ratkobom 600.000km? Holy f*cking sh*t

Vor 8 Tage
Ratkobom
Ratkobom

morcedes started using renault engines so yeah they just went from top to bottom real quick also bmw have really good cars i still have my e36 that has 600.000 km on it sill no problems with it old mercedes are good but stay away from the new ones where as bmw still make their on engines and they last long no comment on range rover never owned one or know anyone that has one so yeah

Vor 12 Tage
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Sean Zhang Now they are competing with BMW and Range Rovers for the least reliable cars. Well done Merc!

Vor 27 Tage
Aamir Khan
Aamir Khan

Which country?

Vor 29 Tage
Yukachu
Yukachu

Sean Zhang Are you on drugs bruv?

Vor Tag
doggo
doggo

+Sean Zhang it is somewhere like in France as you can see in France is a lot of german cars as service

Vor 26 Tage
Mihai-Catalin Oprescu
Mihai-Catalin Oprescu

+Sean Zhang The romanian emergency medical service (SMURD) uses Mercedes too, but here the ambulances have over 1milion kilometeres. :(

Vor 29 Tage
Tony x
Tony x

netherlandistan

Vor 29 Tage
Christian van Elven
Christian van Elven

Nope, The Netherlands

Vor 29 Tage
flex2000watt
flex2000watt

Überhitzung. Der Motor darf nach der ersten alarmfahrt zum patienten hin bei ankunft nicht ausgeschaltet werden, damit die kühlung aktiv bleibt. Dies ist der Grund für die Überhitzung.

Vor 29 Tage
Firefighter-09
Firefighter-09

Korrekt! Leider haben diese Fahrzeuge keine Motorweiterlaufschaltung.

Vor 29 Tage
Cupra317hp
Cupra317hp

flex2000watt völlig korrekt. Das Steuergerät nimmt schlicht Leistung zurück. 34.5 grad außen Temperatur. Ist logisch Aber Sound Änderung ist natürlich komisch.

Vor 29 Tage
Peter Jansson
Peter Jansson

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Vor 29 Tage
Thor Z
Thor Z

Your comment=zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz,

Vor 28 Tage
Triptech79
Triptech79

Your comment so woke

Vor 29 Tage
wolftmfg
wolftmfg

Wat betekent zzzzzz in dit geval? Slaapverwekkend?

Vor 29 Tage
Xs2FunNet
Xs2FunNet

Wat is uiteindelijk het probleem geweest ? Enig idee ? Lijkt op bobine problemen, zoals ik die een tijd terug had. Soort gelijke symptomen (alleen dan in een personen auto). Of iets met verwerking van elektronica of vloeistof(fen). Vreemd dat er geen lampje op het dash gaat branden. Dat was bij de bobine wel. Zo high-tech en dan nog geen eens dat aangeven met een foutcode of iets...

Vor Monat
Xs2FunNet
Xs2FunNet

Ah oke. Wist niet dat Diesels dat niet hadden. Weer wat geleerd.

Vor 28 Tage
Byonnem
Byonnem

Bobine lijkt me sterk aangezien de meeste ambulances diesel motoren hebben, en dus geen bobines.

Vor 28 Tage
Ambuchannel 112
Ambuchannel 112

IK denk eerder een soort noodloop.

Vor 28 Tage
Paul Stan
Paul Stan

The E200 cdi is not enough for an ambulance!! Better with 220 or 250 cdi if you stay with Mercedes. Better with japanese car!!

Vor Monat
insanitybiker
insanitybiker

the 200cdi, 220cdi and 250cdi are all the same 2.1l inline 4 turbodiesel, just in different states of tune. the stock car is already heavy enough for that engine, for reliability if fuel cost wasn't a concern i'd have chevrolet 6.0l LS engines fitted, possibly converted over to a liquid injection CNG or LPG system.

Vor 3 Tage
Tony x
Tony x

Paul Stan this is the 250cdi...

Vor 29 Tage
Xtreme Gamerz
Xtreme Gamerz

Merces can be unreliable in most time. Expensive to buy fix maintain And break down no matter whut This is how business work

Vor Monat
Aurum
Aurum

+- Wouldn't agree

Vor 27 Tage
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Aurum even Japanese are not as reliable as they were in the past.

Vor 27 Tage
Aurum
Aurum

Get a Japanese car and you fix all the problems..

Vor 29 Tage
VinylToVideo
VinylToVideo

In the old days a mechanical linkage from the pedal would flood more fuel into the engine. Now it's likely done with a sensor; perhaps it broke?

Vor Monat
Marko Krsmanovic
Marko Krsmanovic

Changing sound isn't lack of throttle. Knowing diesels, injector failed.

Vor 29 Tage
xSnakeStyles
xSnakeStyles

Its just the governor kicking in, no failure what so ever.

Vor Monat
p1pending
p1pending

How long do they keep the ambulances in the fleet before they get retired ? Def still the best ambulance channel on You tube. The 517 people who didn't like this video are probarly the frequent flyers

Vor Monat
OhhDaarBenJePerry
OhhDaarBenJePerry

Емил Ефендулов not in the netherlands, they are just sold to belgium, sold to other countries, donated or sold in another way

Vor 24 Tage
Squadron266
Squadron266

+Емил Ефендулов Great for starting up your ghost hunting business

Vor 25 Tage
Емил Ефендулов
Емил Ефендулов

+- Usually sold at auction. An acquaintance of mine bought one for dirt cheap

Vor 26 Tage
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Ambuchannel 112 what is done with them after retirement?

Vor 27 Tage
Ambuchannel 112
Ambuchannel 112

After 5 to 6 years and/or 350,000-400,000km.

Vor 28 Tage
Chris Heinz
Chris Heinz

Check Turbo intake pipes dunno if that’s the right name had something like that happened on a diesel Passat

Vor Monat
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Chris Heinz looks like turbos aren’t the best with diesels...

Vor 27 Tage
John Smith
John Smith

This video sux....

Vor Monat
Dutchxarms
Dutchxarms

You suck

Vor 28 Tage
Don Limpio
Don Limpio

I think it is not a huge thing , its a diesel made for cruising at 120 kmh not to be an ambulance , get a V6 instead

Vor Monat
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Why not a V8 diesel even better

Vor 27 Tage
remuaja84
remuaja84

+Zone B The solution to many problems :D

Vor 28 Tage
Zone B
Zone B

+remuaja84 Oh! Yes. v6 diesel absolutely!!

Vor 28 Tage
remuaja84
remuaja84

+Zone B V6 diesel ;)

Vor 28 Tage
Zone B
Zone B

v6 would have problems towing the weight of the rear

Vor Monat
soulsurvivor52784
soulsurvivor52784

that's what happens when you use a Mercedez as an emergency vehicle

Vor Monat
Yukachu
Yukachu

soulsurvivor52784 You‘re right. They don‘t even drive straight forward. But a japanese car? To play SNES while driving or what?

Vor Tag
VinylToVideo
VinylToVideo

+Ratkobom That's YOUR list. Have owned enough British and Jap cars to know I'll likely never buy anything but domestic again.

Vor 11 Tage
Ratkobom
Ratkobom

really american cars? really? list goes like this btw 1. german 2 japanese 3 british 4. italian 5 american 6. french (just dont ever buy a french car never)

Vor 12 Tage
VinylToVideo
VinylToVideo

Exactly my thoughts! And no, Japcrap is not nor will it ever be better. Have owned Jap and American and will stick with American, though have had better luck minimally maintaining particular 20 and 30 year old daily drivers than with much anything new.

Vor 29 Tage
Radfahrer Deutschland
Radfahrer Deutschland

Japanese cars are better

Vor Monat
Toomas Argel
Toomas Argel

Your bosses must they bosses ask bettr cars. What can ride in high way 200km/h and even peadl not on floor. Ofcause torque must be more then 300 Nm too-if need response hill-roads or winter with snow.

Vor Monat
Toomas Argel
Toomas Argel

even 160km/h is minimum on higway to ambulance.

Vor Monat
Toomas Argel
Toomas Argel

130km/h ambulance on highway ??.

Vor Monat
Toomas Argel
Toomas Argel

On Diesel enigne are turbo-waht broke and on diesel enigne higer pressure then petrol enigne. Why Do not use petrol V8 4,0 L enigne this Mercedes ??

Vor Monat
Toomas Argel
Toomas Argel

+OhhDaarBenJePerry Human life is more expencive. too.

Vor 24 Tage
OhhDaarBenJePerry
OhhDaarBenJePerry

Toomas Argel because diesel is cheaper and more economical, using a v8 petrol is way to expensive

Vor 24 Tage
MattRevs
MattRevs

Dude, stop commenting!

Vor 29 Tage
Toomas Argel
Toomas Argel

+TeQnix If every day max pressure on diesel enigne-then yes.make enigne failure. . Must be at least 20 % reserv = 30% more toque and 35 % moe kW power. Then iss more lifetime of emergency ambulance car for use and no make over heating. Govrement must be talk with manufactur specialists and MB service workers/bosses. Thankss a lot of video.

Vor Monat
TeQnix
TeQnix

+Toomas Argel There's no way the government would be able to afford V8 engines in emergency vehicles.

Vor Monat
VLL
VLL

What was wrong?

Vor Monat
Tony x
Tony x

lack of turbocharger boost, basicaly the engine stop to work as a turbocharger engine and lose all the power gained with the turbo overboost, something like from 200hp to 60 hp, since is a 2.2 liter twinturbo diesel engine

Vor 29 Tage
Joakkino9818
Joakkino9818

OMG, it should be a nightmare having an engine failure during an emergency. At least you guys were able to reach the hospital! I'm corious, what was the failure? Control Unit, turbo... Any warning on the dashboard? O.o

Vor Monat
Olli Laitila
Olli Laitila

+Joakkino9818 I drive Opel Corsa GSI lol. Yea could be

Vor Monat
Joakkino9818
Joakkino9818

+Olli Laitila Honestly i'm not a Mercedes fan, so i trust you when you say it uses climate control to cool the engine in certain cases, even if it sounds weird due AC compressor should produce hot and absorb power from the engine itself. So if you got what i mean, it's not make sense to add stress to it. Let's say, reading some comments below, the channel owner replied thier cars are regularly maintained (but they dont know how often); but a fail is always hidden somewhere, that's why i asked if we ever know the reason and I supposed a turbo fail (a turbo turbine can rev up till over 19k rpm). I dont mean a catastrophic fail (otherwise no way to reach the hospital), but maybe some pipe obstruction or something like this.

Vor Monat
Olli Laitila
Olli Laitila

+Joakkino9818 aa okey, but you can't see the oil temperature or can you? it can be too hot aswell so engine would react to it aswell because it measures it too. if the coolant is little bit too old so it doesn't work how it is supposed to or there is not enough of it it can overheat and I have heard that engines can use climate control to cool engine when there is a reason to do so. Or maybe there was oil lack or old oil in the engine. But I really think this is the most possible reason because it shutted down climate it doesn't do it in most of the other reasons.

Vor Monat
Joakkino9818
Joakkino9818

+Olli Laitila I already thought about hot/overheating as a possible cause. But as you can see at 16:34 the coolant indicator is still around normal operational temperature (about 90° C). That's weird if this is the cause, due to the fact every engine for road use are designed to cool themself using incoming front air (yeah, even if it's at sometimes over 35° as onboard pc shows.

Vor Monat
Olli Laitila
Olli Laitila

I think it's not a failure because there was not warnings, it was because there was hot outside the engine temps got too high and the engine started limiting power so it doesn't get too hot, that's because it shutted down climate control or I mean it started to use it to cool the engine. It's not racecar engine, it's not designed to drive hard all the time.

Vor Monat
Igor Beznev
Igor Beznev

How much hp the wagon has ? Around 130 hp i think, right ?

Vor Monat
Igor Beznev
Igor Beznev

+JDPlug oh ok thats the engine probleme why its going so very slow.

Vor Monat
JDPlug
JDPlug

It's an E 250 CDI with 204 hp.

Vor Monat
Steven Kim
Steven Kim

Waste of my time. Where was the engine failure? You're in a slow 4cylinder diesel what do you expect? Get E63 AMG S estate if you want to save life.

Vor Monat
wolftmfg
wolftmfg

SheitOnAUnicorn 😄

Vor 29 Tage
wolftmfg
wolftmfg

Steven Kim you are young & dumb

Vor 29 Tage
rolande59
rolande59

Steven you're completely retarded. Keep your dumbass comments to yourself

Vor Monat
Mad Jiee
Mad Jiee

They should have 3.2 cdi

Vor Monat
The_Real_ Nepalm_Bomber
The_Real_ Nepalm_Bomber

Turn on the captions it might help 😅😅

Vor Monat
mick salau
mick salau

I'll never own another Mercedes after my sprinter. Yes it travelled over 200k but went in to limp mode dozens of times over that period at great expense to rectify. I now have a Japanese 4wd & it's done 150k so far & not one single issue, no let downs, not even once. Mercedes are certainly NOT what they once were...

Vor Monat
mick salau
mick salau

+Creator245 I'm sure you will be made to feel most welcome...

Vor 28 Tage
Creator245
Creator245

+mick salau Bulgaria, and even tho we're very far away, I would love to visit Australia one day

Vor 28 Tage
mick salau
mick salau

+Creator245 where are you?

Vor 28 Tage
Creator245
Creator245

+mick salau yea I've heard they're really strong, you can see them driving around the streets here fairly often, mainly because of their off-road capabilities, and where I'm from, we don't consider them too little, lol

Vor 28 Tage
mick salau
mick salau

+Creator245 it's a little Suzuki Grand Vitara as they are called in Australia. It's set up for off road & never let's me down. (AND the electric window switches don't break off in your hand unlike the Merc)

Vor 28 Tage
Tom Jardine
Tom Jardine

How frequently are emergency vehicles maintained?

Vor Monat
Firefighter-09
Firefighter-09

The problem is the hard use of the vehicles. You always drive on limit. No warm up...

Vor 29 Tage
Ambuchannel 112
Ambuchannel 112

There is maitanence by our own garage and of cours at the Mercedes garage, I don't know how often but regularly.

Vor Monat
Posh panda
Posh panda

When will it end, bii, baa, bii, baa, bii, bblub, baa, bii?

Vor Monat
wolftmfg
wolftmfg

Posh panda at your doorstep 👍🏼

Vor 29 Tage
darjanator
darjanator

Mute the video, put on some music, read the subtitles.

Vor Monat
xdverrillgamer
xdverrillgamer

A Tesla model x ambulance Hmm my imagine that

Vor Monat
darjanator
darjanator

You'd actually want to get to the patient and back, though.

Vor Monat
Kris A
Kris A

I mean it's a Mercedes this was inevitable

Vor Monat
Tesla Model X P100D
Tesla Model X P100D

May I join the ambulance fleet?

Vor Monat
Xtreme Gamerz
Xtreme Gamerz

Tesla Model X P100D at least u wont break down like the merc. U would be also really fast in emergency situations

Vor Monat
Aviation and Things
Aviation and Things

+Tesla Model X P100D Until the 2020 Tesla Roadster comes out.

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Aviation and Things
Aviation and Things

+Tesla Model X P100D The Model X is my favorite btw.

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Tesla Model X P100D
Tesla Model X P100D

+Aviation and Things YES I DID thanks for pointing out my brother (Model S). I'm glad I'm Here.

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Aviation and Things
Aviation and Things

Haha. Did you see the Tesla Model S at 12:03? Btw I'm a huge Tesla fan.

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Jorge Manuel
Jorge Manuel

Ok!!! this was a different video from all others I spend the 22:00 minutes wondering when you were going to break down at what point! but you never did witch I'm happy that never happen but I was like Hooo!! is it now is it in the next minute Hahaha well it was a SUSPENSE RIDE THAT'S FOR SURE.

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David Persson
David Persson

Just wasted 22 min of my life...havn't you heard of editing?? Why show the trip to the patient In the first place? When did the ambulance fail? It got you to the hospital in the end.

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Endrit V
Endrit V

David Persson You say you wasted 22 minutes... lol we watch this vids everyday mate :D

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Deejo voodoo
Deejo voodoo

David Persson i think you’re new here coz thats what the channel all about. Full trips from and to the hospital.

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