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2003 E320 My car keeps displaying a picture of a battery Visit Workshop.  I replaced the battery but can not clear the code.  I also have done what the manuel says about clearing codes but nothing. Please help. i have had the red light on for some time now, i have has merc look at it they tell me the wires from the main battery in the boot to the front battery have corroded causing the problem.

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The E320 in that year range upto approx 2005 uses an auxiliary battery to operate the brake pump when main battery supply was lost or low. The low battery warning you describe can be caused by the aux battery being low. This battery is a small 7Ah battery mounted under the pollen filter in the engine area.

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