Question about 2001 Mercedes-Benz S-Class
If its the diesel version then you have a vacuum hose broken or fallen off the the cylinder decompressor, you should be able to manually push something under the hood that is a red lever that says engine stop.
if its the gas version you got a real problem and it needs to be taken to a mercedes service tech, if thats unavailible, pop the hood and locate the coil or coil packs, stay away from the spark plug wires as they could be carrying 60000 volts, so steer clear of those and pull the bunch of wires that lead to it out, they will have a plug and a few small wires, so pull it carefully and try not to break the clip, you can plug it back in after the engine dies with no consequence, just make sure the key is off
Posted on Jul 03, 2010
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