Question about Mercedes-Benz E320
My 2003 3320 started fine this morning after a cold night. I then let it warm up for 7-8 mins and drove it 2 blocks. When I tryed starting it again after 2 hours, it would not start. It is trying to turn over and has power but it wont fire up. Also the dash board said, malfunction electrical consumers swiched off. I tryed to jump start the rear battery but it made no difference. I have been driving my car for short distances for quite awhile
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: engine light 1999 mercedes e320
Most likely a gas cap or emissions issue, if you are sure the car is running fine. But you will have to have it scanned to know for sure.
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
It sounds like you have some **** in the gas tank that is being drawn to the pickup blocking it.
Have seen this and because it seems so random, it can drive ya nuts.
You might carry a coffee can with you and pull the line from the fuel rail when this happens stick it in the can and just have someone turn the key on for a few seconds.
Beware though, it comes out with force.
Also possible is a failed fuel pressure regulator.
Those aren't expensive and . . . well, not very good either.
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
Last night I checked the battery and it was still good. I disconnected and then reconn ected both terminals and that brought the power back. When I turned the key the power went out again. I repeated the procedure but did not turn the key. Instead, I took off the knee bolster and tried to wiggle the wires under the dash to see if I could find the source since it seems to be related to the ignition. Nothing cut the power so I started it up and it worked fine except for the check engine light which was flashing that says I have a misfire condition. I drove the car 25 miles to work this morning and will be taking it to the dealer for a better inspection.
Posted on Aug 22, 2008
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.
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
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