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How do I access the parking sensors on the rear bumper? One of them is pushed in and I can't get to it to put it back in place.

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SOURCE: i have a 2001 s500

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SOURCE: I cannot shift from park on my 2000 S500 Mercedes

you need to have your car scanned for codes. in the mean time take a flat screwdriver and insert it in the slot on the shifter console and release the shift lock. this should allow you to manually shift the vehicle. Your owners manual should tell you about this feature.

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Check Battery in car(make sure is not weak or dying), check battery in remote fob, possiable draw in system possiable fuse or possiable keyless entry module failure

Posted on Oct 20, 2009

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