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Crankshaft sensor Mercedes E320

How to locate and replace Crankshaft sensor in 2000 Mercedes E320? Car stalls if you let it sit for 10 mins will start.

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I have mercedes 94 e320 was run ok .but after engine wash
first coil no sparking ,and a the second quit too ,running only whit the third coil ,,i changed all 3 coils but runnig a same,,no sparks on those front 2

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I have a 2000 e 320 Mercedes 4matic, with 109,000km, once in a while when I attempt to start the engin to will just keep cranking and not engage, After several attempts it starts and runs fine, no codes have been found, and this only happens once in a while any help I am stumped.

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Hello,at the rear end of your engine block above starter motor,right side in your engine(standing in front in your car),better to send your car to dealer to scan the fault code,before replacing part,maybe your fuel pump motor or k-40 (relay module)ty

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