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Key no more shocking after replacing the battery

Key shock problem after changing the battery the key is not shock again

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  • honestysarah Dec 18, 2008

    I have a problem with my Mercedes Benz s350 2002 which the shass number of the Benz is 2200671a384480 and the engine number is vq30989871a.The problem is the battery was dead and i replace it with another one and i try to start the motor and the key is not shocking again and the motor was not start again i think it security problem.and i don't receive any information about the motor again when the key is not shock again and the motor is not start again please explain the solution to me

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