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Ran out of def fluid,refilled,now no crank
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
air in the lines is exactly whats wrong with it but if it is a newer mercedes it MIGHT not have a manual pump and instead have an electric fuel pump if this is the case toggle the key from off to on position "but DONT crank the engine" waiting about 5 seconds in the on position for about 10 tries the crank the engine for no more than 15 seconds. also note that if it does have an electric fuel pump you will be able to hear a faint hum from under the car while having the key on the on position.
Posted on Nov 26, 2009
SOURCE: Ran out of gas refilled
Could be a a fuel pump fuse, blocked fuel intake filter, blocked in-line filter or failed pump. 1) When the fuel goes very low the dregs and dirt in the bottom of the tan are likely to sucked into the fuel pipe. The end of the fuel pickup pipe within the tank has a filter sock on the end of it to prevent very large particles from entering the fuel line. However this can become overwhelmed with dirt that it may be become clogged. It may mean that the tank needs to be removed to clean/replace this sock. 2) Fuel pumps are cooled by the passage of fuel through them. If the car runs dry but one tries to repeatedly to start the car the fuel pumps can over heat and die. 3) the in-line fuel filter has become blocked. Check your fuses check the in-line fuel filter. The filter is located next to the fuel pump and consists of a metal canister with no electrical connections; I make a point of this since the pump and filter look similar. Next look at the pumps. Simply put the switch to position 2 in the ignition and listen to and feel the pumps for tell-tale whirring to show that they are OK. No whirring indicates failure. Lastly, check the fuel filter sock in the tank My guess is that you will not need to check the sock in the tank as you will trap the failure elsewhere first.
Posted on May 03, 2011
Hi, My thoughts exactly ( fuel leak). Is this a deisel or gas engine?
In both cases be very careful with lights or cigarettes.
You can smell it when you get out of car in a garage or stall.
Posted on Apr 05, 2012
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