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I av a mercedes 1986 but it wont turn off with the key . solve it

My car will not turn off with the key . i av to stall it wot could be wrong.

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If your car have a diesel engine,vacuum connection must be check.,or you can do it by visual check.

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1980 jeep shuts off at a complete stop


no jeep stated,
which engine, and is the carb setup still stock?
and never started again, or started after parked 5 hours and runs perfect other wise. (my other shoe dropped) hark ?
engine not totally dead,? what?
that is called stalling
what is your question you never formed one.
why, , it stalled.?
why did it stall , then engine is misfiring or the ISC system is dead.
how to diagnose it? (i can go 10 pages, must I? can do. ask)
who can fix this: any ASE shop in USA can.
would some one guess? sure, never tuned up this decade wins all bets. most the time...
guess 2 (most guessing is useless) the EGR stuck open.


my guess it just stalls at stop lights. but runs perfectly????
other wise?
test1 ...
can you prevent the stall with fast right foot actions
yes/ no
this answer is key to solving the riddle.
and how hard was that, if yes. key 2 , very imporant
1: easy
2: tad hard but can.
3: had to wot the sucker to keep if from stalling, WOT = wide open throttle.

there are many tests, to solve this, got tools? meters?
we cant guess any of the above. eva.

it can be bad fuel in take, or carb fueling wrong.
it can be carb messed up
it can be bad spark
or even a bad engine, and i never fail to test engines first for compression , for sure a 1980 as i dont like spending cash tuning a dead engine. (parts and labor worth more that car.... economics)

carbs are tricky,
is the chock stuck on all the time?
is the float lever holding and at spec, if not fix that now.
are the jets clean, and all nozzels and emmusion tubes in carb clean.?
got vacuum leaks?
these carbs have dash pot devices that prevent stalls when you cut the throttle in DRIVE (is it a/t or m/t box) vacuum operated it is.
is M/t box does it stall if you push in clutch or pop it to neutral?

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How to disarm alarm system on my 1986 560sl Mercedes benz roadster


Best bet is to pay an alarm installer technician to kill the old alarm.

Jan 01, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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I have a 1997 mercedes benz that stalled and won't start what could be wrong.


I had the same problem with my 1997 Mercedes Benz C280, the problem was the catalytic converter and ignition coil or spark oil.

25103638-4qufoswjtoauf4w2kcppdheq-3-0.jpgIgnition Coil

25103638-4qufoswjtoauf4w2kcppdheq-3-1.jpg Catalytic Converter
Hopefully that's will solve your problem, good luck.

Sep 15, 2014 | 1997 Mercedes-Benz C-Class

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1986 mercedes benz 230e runs rough and stalls


typically, this describes a dirty fuel filter.

Apr 29, 2010 | 1991 Mercedes-Benz E-Class

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Mercedes key fob wont lock the doors.might have a piecec missing from the circuit once opened up.


Hi, it’s pretty difficult to lose a part of the circuit as you describe. So assuming that you have placed new fresh batteries correctly in the key – making sure that the polarity is correct! (easy to get wrong!) the key will need to be synchronised to the cars ignition / management system. You don’t say which model or year your Merc is, but most have a similar way of re – synchronising the Key to the car. It’s pretty easy and you lose nothing by trying it anyway.

Synchronising the locking system
If the vehicle cannot be locked or unlocked, first check the remote control unit batteries (see below). If the battery charge indicator lamp lights up, this means the system needs to be synchronised.
To do this, direct the remote control unit at the car and briefly press the Lock or Unlock button twice. Within approximately 30 seconds, put the key in the ignition lock and turn the key to position 2. The locking system should now be operative.

Battery Check
Press either the Lock or Unlock button and hold for longer than one second. The light on the key lights up briefly if the battery is OK. if it does not light up, replace the batteries immediately. Mercedes will charge a small fortune for these, so try elsewhere, they are pretty common and will cost substantially less.

If re – synchronising the Key fails to solve the problem, check that the Central locking fuse in the cars main fuse box is OK.

Hope this solves the problem – Let me know? Good luck!

Jun 29, 2009 | 2007 Mercedes-Benz ML320 CDI

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Wont start


toyota's have a big washer in the starter that gets all corroded and refuses to make contact,...great part is that you can turn it around and use the other side which will be in perfect shape!! then she'll start good for another 150,000 miles,....i don't know about the stalling bit,...try maybe fuel filter for that,.....these cars don't usually do anything bad, or break,....so try the simple stuff first,..good luck, and to Ashley's first set of wheels. cracklin joe,....

Mar 29, 2009 | 1986 Toyota Pickup 4WD

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1985 230E


try this website
http://www.pdfoo.com/pdf-235/mercedes-benz.html

Jul 06, 2008 | 1990 Mercedes-Benz E-Class

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