Question about 2009 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
My car won't crank. New battery. Thinking it is a fuse that controls electronic steering service. I cannot fin a fuse diagram in my car.
I have mercedes c300 2008 . on my dash default withholding system and d'not start what is the problem with my car
Posted on Feb 08, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Crank shaft position sensor is bad. This is the most common failure. Its location is on the rear drivers side of engine, where the transmission bell housing mates to the engine, only one small bolt and a two prong electrical connector hold it on. Usually will not throw a trouble code. If you remove it you can test it with an ohm meter, will have an erratic reading or read open loop, can malfunction intermittently or permanently after parking vehicle and won't restart. Applying some heat source to it during ohm testing with a hot air heat gun will usually cause the sensor to read open loop if your not sure if its bad or not. This reply is probably way to late, but I just happened to come accross it while online. Harry (master certified MBZ diagnostic tech)
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
1) Turn the key to position #1 and make sure the menu in the instrument cluster is on the total mileage and trip mileage screen.
2) Press the 'accept call' button and hold it. Then press the 'ok' button, this will take you to another menu screen.
3) Scroll around to find 'assyst plus', hit 'ok'.
4) Find the 'full service' option and hit ok
5) Confirm service with the ok button, it will then say 'service confirmed'.
6) Use the back button to scroll back out.
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Posted on Nov 22, 2009
I'm sorry I couldn't help you ... seems to me that info should be on the cover some place.
I heard Mercedes is having a 1/2 price sale this week, so your help for just over $500,000
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
It's not that unusual for a battery to fail that soon, and the "no lights, no nothing" says that it's the battery again. Your best bet at this point is to pull the battery and take it to the point of purchase for testing. They should either replace it under warranty or charge it for you. After you replace the battery you should have the charging/electrical system checked for possible shorts or power drains.
Posted on Feb 09, 2010
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