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Engine shut down

I'm always experiencing engine shutdown when running my mercedes benz 190e A/T.

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  • burg1212 Jan 12, 2009

    Hello,

    my engine shuts also down after cold start and running 15 min., I have to wait for ca. 17 min and it starts fine after that.

    It happens only in the morning ( engine cold )

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  • Anonymous Apr 25, 2009

    i cant find the fuel pump relay switch on my 2000 galant is it in that big fuse box next to the battery engine shut down

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  • STEVE SOUVENIR
    STEVE SOUVENIR May 11, 2010

    Hi! A little more info is needed.When the shutdown occured what happen?Is the vehicle re-start right away or u have to wait awhile?Are they any codes appearing.I need to know these things so that I can assist u.

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Check your fuel pump relay ,situated behind the battery next to the ABS and engine ECU it a small black box (not the one that says Klima)

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It all depends upon the time of the failure.
If it's after the car is fully warmed up and out of the blue it dies, but then you let it sit for a while and it starts up like there's no problem, I would check the Camshaft and/or Crankshaft Sensors. Most of the time when these fail there is no check engine light.

If it fails when you are trying to start it sometimes, then I would go for the Fuel Relay. Typically if it doesn't start, you can pull out the relay and tap it on its side on the ground, then reinsert it and try again. If it fires up, you've found your problem.
Hope this helps!

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But will this effect the gear changes and bring the ESP warning up

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