2001 Mercedes-Benz ML55 AMG Q&A
2001 Mercedes-Benz ML55 AMG Question: stalling
The crankshaft position sensor is faulty. Over time with age the crankshaft position sensor it will become hot and read incorrectly, causing stalling conditions when hot and crank no start when hot as well. replace this sensor and your vehicle will be as good as new. I am a Master Certified Mercedes-Benz technician. - RALPHCAL52
crank shaft sensor needs changing cost of new 90 pounds. - Visitor
My 2000 ML55 Did the same thing It was was the fuel pump . I found out after changing the Crank sensor and a tune up . I got it replaced by a dealer I payed the labor and mercedes provided the pump at no cost, - Visitor
The crankshaft position sensor may fail causing the engine to run poorly or stall.
My truck stalls then starts after about 20 minutes. It started on the highway 1 hour 30 minutes from home. I waited 20 minutes and drove about 20 minutes until I got home. It sucked! I need as...