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Cruise engages and runs for 2-6 Miles before cutting off. After switching off, again engages OK but cuts off again. Sometimes the speedtronic visit workshop warning is displayed but usually says no malfunction

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Sounds like the Brake Safety switch. It is attatched to your brake pedal on the back, call your local Mercedes mechanic ask if they have one. Easy to replace and under 50 dollars.

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