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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
Gave up looking and bought the books from the Mercedes Main Dealer yesterday!! Owners' Book (hardback) not sure it's the right one £22.62 plus 17.5% VAT and ServiceBook £3.29 plus 17.5% VAT, Total about £30.45. Problem solved Thank you.
Posted on Aug 03, 2008
hopefully you are maintaining your vehicle and having the proper synthetic oil installed in it. Since your vehicle is out of warranty you will only be cheating youself if you are just ressetting the indicater. On this version you must first put the key in position #2.. find the page on the cluster where it shows the odometer reading by using the page buttons on the steering wheel. Next using the arrow key scroll up untill you see the service interval portion i.e. A service past due... while that screen is showing you hold down the R button ( it should be located on the right side of the instrument panal towards the bottom). keep holding that button for approximatly 10 seconds. after that it will ask you if you would like to reset service interval. release the R button and press it to confirm. The interval resetting procedures are all very similar but certain models and years have different knobs and instrument clusters.
Posted on May 17, 2009
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