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this sounds like a bad wipermotor or switch. use a test light and turn wipers on try all speeds and check for power at the motor and also check for a good ground at motor, if theres power and ground at the wipermotor then motor is bad. if theres no power or a ground at motor then its a switch or bad wire to wiper motor, start with these tests this will help you pin point the problem.
Hi as it starts with a jump start, i would rule out a starter motor problem, i am taking it that what you mean by a jump start is your using a donor battery rather than pushing the van, so possible causes are (1) battery discharging due to a light left on, or the alarm system draining the battery or something similar, (2) alternator not charging the Battery, when you turn the ignition key does the ignition light come on, does it go off when the engine starts?
I have similar problem with wife's B200. Am told it's the neutral/park sendor in the gearbox, which prevents car starting unless in park or neutral. Dealer wants AUD$1200 to remove gearbox to replace faulty switch sensor. Will update this website on repair outcomes.
hello,for this problem sop to install a fuel gauge,to determine your fuel pump motor is working(fuel pressure) or fuel filter is not clog,we have a report a case which diaphragm pressure regulator is leaking this is only in fuel side,try to start your engine,remove 1 spare plug to determine that you have a ignition,if not send to your dealer,ty
You would need to get a repair manual for a schematic to know where the starter motor is located. In truth, replacement is not very complicated--you simply unbolt the old unit and bolt in a new replacement unit. But, you may have to disassemble other components to reach the starter motor. It is likely more costly to have your starter motor repaired. I suggest getting a new one or refurbished. Some places will have a "core charge", whereby you get that money refunded when you send them your old starter. In the end, it is cheaper and easier than getting your starter motor fixed. Good luck.
mercedes did nothing wrong your transmission is probably blown up. no way they could put in the wrong parts they wouldn't fit. how many miles are on your trans now? did you ever do a transmission service on the transmission that mercedes says is lifetime fluid? dont do back to the dealer find an independant shop that specializes in mercedes, like the one i work for. the dealer doesnt care about its clients. Us independants honestly do care