Question about Mercedes-Benz E-Class
Difficult to say without having my oily hands under the bonnet but i would pull the power supply fuses under the bonnet in the power supply fuse box as you have another fuse box inside the vehicle ,i would suspect its a corrosion problem at the base of the fuses ,so what i would do is to pull one fuse at a time and close the base connection up a little with a small screwdriver then spray some WD40 into connections and then check the fuse and grease the legs as well before fitting ,WD40 is ok but a bit of grease is longer lasting ,if you have have some then a little of that copper grease is best but normal grease is ok failing which a dab of vasoline
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
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