Question about 2005 Mercedes-Benz Mercedes Benz E320 Cdi
I tried to jump start my Mercedes, but it still wuldn't start. I believee that the starter is not working. But I dont know where the starter is located.
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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