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E200 wont start

My E 200 cranks but has been unable to start. A diagnosis has revealed that electrical current does not reach the nozzles, and the 'start enable' is a no and flywheel sensor is faulty. After changing the flywheel sensor, the car still wont start. How can I resolve this problem?

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  • sirjohnt Oct 28, 2008

    There is injector pulse but no current at the nozzles.

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    tony yeatman May 11, 2010

    So your not getting an injector pulse?

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If as you say you have a pulse at the ecu and nothing at the nozzles then therse a break in that circuit either purposely (anti theft etc)or accidently.You will have to back probe to find which of the wires has been affected.Usualy only two wires.A continuity test with noise will tell you which of the two has the break.It then becomes a case of tracing that wire back to its source and identifying what is stopping the flow of current.Idont have a diagram for your vehicle so cant help in that respect.An earth wire may have been left off during replacement of the crank angle sensor.Even something as simple as a plug with a poor connection could be the cause.good luck and sorry i cant be more specific.

Posted on Oct 28, 2008

No injector pulse.

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