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Hi, Driving home the BAS/ESP light came on and will not go off. Car seems sluggish and slower than normal. ML270, 7 seater. The car has been in and out of garage since we bought it, they ar not very helpful either maybe because I am female, I have no idea. Trying to tell me its not important and not an urgent problem!!! Help please

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