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MERCEDES A CLASS 160. I PLUGED AN EXTERNAL HEATING WHILE THE CAR ENGINE WAS NOT RUNNING AND 20 MINS LATER, THE RADIO STOPPED AND ALL THE LIGHTS, INCLUDING ON THE DASH BOARD SHUT DOWN. THE CAR DOES NOT IGNITE UPTIL NOW.THE DOORS WONT EVEN LOCK. SHOULD I BUY A NEW BATTERY? ANY IDEAS

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Have your battery tested. Most auto parts stores and other major stores that sell batteries will test it free.

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SOURCE: 1999 isuzu rodeo -check trans, ck engine lights on

Check all fuses under the dash and under the hood. Also, try to check all the ground wires by the battery. Check the fusible links.

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unlock driver door twice consecutively because that's how u disarm the car alarm.As for the radio, input the code that's in ur booklet. If u don't have it, call ur local dealer with the car's serial number and they will give u the radio code. It's 4 digits.

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SOURCE: 02 grand cherokee fan keeps running after the engine is shut down

there is a fuse in fuse block underhood..but it sounds like a stuck cooling fan relay..is located on pass side front frame rail..you have to remove both headlamps and front bumper cover to access relay

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SOURCE: Runs for 20 minutes, gets hot and shuts down. Still has spark

I had the same problem, took to a benz dealer, it was the fuel pump relay, cost for repair $200.

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SOURCE: Battery is fine, no dash lights come on car won't start.

check fuses for dash lights if you use a12 volt tester turn on runnig lights and check dash lite fuse for power the radio maybe on same curcit/

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