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C220 sport merc, wont idle, cuts out,have raised revs still cuts out when pulling away.Bill

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Have a diagnostics test properly done on the car, it seems like one of the sensors is faulty, as well as if this might be the model with the electronic accelerator, they also give problems. I would opt for one of the air sensors but to be sure only computer will tell.

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