I have already this question to another expert but i did not get response till now so can you help me . For past few weeks my car goes off after some time . My car is mercedesbenz E class . Its 3 years old and i dont know what is the exactproblem .Whenever i go for long journey i have the starting problem .Sohelp me .I am not car expert so can you help me i want it to be repaired by this weekend . Thanks in advance
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Re: My car is not starting
I am not very familiar with mercedes. if it is cutting off after it gets hot or extended driving. I would look at the ignition side of it possibly a crank sensor going bad ignition module. Dont really know enough about the car to give you good advice.
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