Stalling and/or "Crank no Start" Due to Failed Crankshaft Position Sensor on Mercedes-Benz E350

The engine may develop a stalling and/or no start condition due to a failed crankshaft position sensor.

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Average mileage: 91,386 (24,000–173,000)
6 model years affected: 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, more2010, 2014
34 people reported this problem
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Went to go home after work and my car started for like 2 seconds then died from a cold start. had been getting a cam position sensor trouble code on bank one but car ran just fine. after car wouldn't start this time I ran a scan and got code P0336 crankshaft position sensor fault! funny thing is I had just taken my car to dealership to get my satellite radio checked out. they did a recall on the camshaft wiring recall. funny thing is I told them i had seen a trouble code for camshaft sensor and they said if its the crank sensor they would need to pull motor and it would cost around $4000 to fix. Thats got me thinking they rigged my car to fail...ugg I just hope this is a fairly easy fix. I have done some research and The sensor is on drivers side of engine in rear. check wiring and plug for damage. Can anyone help with this issue???? Thanks
The car would not start this morning. Tried several times with no luck. Finally started, so I drove straight to the repair shop. The Crank Shaft Sensor had to be replaced.
engine cranks good but no fire no start at all
engine will crank but wont start, Mercedes dealer claims is not the crank shaft sensor, no problems were found give back car with the same problem
Check engine light, hard to start, sluggish acceleration and no acceleration when floored. Dealer replaced crankshaft position sensor - $288 parts and labor. Problem fixed.
I have had this problem since 2010. Service Dept. say they did not find anything! It has finally just stopped working at all.
Car will attempt to start then not. Also will not accellerate when gas pedal is pressed after stopping
I have a change my cranksensior on my 2006 mercedes benz e350 and it still want start. What could be the problem?
I had to replace the crank shaft position sensor and the camshaft position sensors due to stalling. the check engine light does not come on but my car continues to stall. I took the vehicle to my local Mercedes Benz dealer and they held my car for three days. And according to them they could not replicate my problem and found nothing wrong with my car. I picked up my car and the very next day my problem continued. My car stalls occasionally at red lights. I don't know what to do..
I was told to replace the intake manifold. This problem did nothing to correct it. I still have the stalling and temperature light comes on. I am afraid to drive it. I also believe the mechanic just took my money and will not go back to him. Found out he had driven my car out of town and went to movies over the weekend (left tickets in the car) when my car was supposed to be in the shop.
Car turns over but won't start!
at start or while driving motor either doesn't start or shuts off even at road speed.
I have been experiencing a no start condition. This occurs randomly. Usually after 2 - 3 cranks the car will start and has never stalled. Mechanics tell me that there are no codes that indicate a problem and they have started many times over a 5 - 7 day period and it has not happened while in their position. I am very frustrated because it is a real problem which I know will only get worse. I reported this problem during my warranty period and still not resolved. Not sure where to turn next.
code 0120(p0336) replace cranshaft sensor and having same problem next day
2 weeks of use, only 700 miles. Car has delayed to start several times, I could hear the starter for 6 to 8sec and then it would start. Failed to start a couple of times. I also felt the car sluggish while running, in Eco or sport mode. After 4 or 5 times it delayed to start, the check engine light lite-up. Drove to the dealership and now they say the problem is the crankshaft position sensor.
Check engine light is ON, the shop ran diagnostic and it said camshaft sensors problem. The shop replaced all sensors, and problem is till there. The shop suggested replacing crankshaft gear and would cost many thounsands of dollar.
car would stall at light and sometime loose power while driving, sometimes no start, replaced crankshaft position sensor fixed problem and cleared check engine light.
Approaching stop sign about 5 mile per hour engine shut off, put on neutral be able to start. Next morning on the way to work driving about 65 mile per hour after 15 miles drove engine shut off for split second, I plug the diagnostic computer and code "P0335" which is "Crankshaft Sensor"
Engine would crank but not start. Magnetic sensors replaced (outside of the warranty) and vehicle works fine.
code 0276.-continous camshaft adjustment(LEFT) Incorrect position of the intake camshaft. Dealer saya there is no recall or warranty regarding this specific problem. Appointment with dealer is on 11-08-10
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