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I looked in the fuse box under the hood and there is no listing for it, also looked in the passenger side kick panel, no listing for it there either.
Its hard to explain, but I almost thought it was in the drive train at first, but that's not the case. its like it's out of tune when i accelerate. not missing or anything but just dull.
If i purchase a key online can the dealer cut and program the new key at what cost???
my ml500 has been shaken the fuel pump coil packs and wires has been changed ran for a couple days now its stil shaken and when in drive drives slugish
first air conditioner could not be turned off and mechanic indicated a fuse problem and removed it, worked for a while then stopped when heater was turned on it blows cold air.
Has lots of V-8 punch at cold startup, then it is slow to respond to accelerator after warmup.
The rearview auto dimming mirror (and driver side mirror) dims randomly. The sun is shinning and the mirrors dim.
Have just replaced the electric motor in the fuelpump of my ML500. When I removed the pump from the fuel tank, I found that the electrical contacts are sort of sitting out in the open inside the fueltank. ( "Standard" elctrical connection, it's plastic covered rbut the metal connection can be reached by the fuel if it splashes around in the fuel tank or the tank is full). I have put everything back together indentical to the way it was when I pulled it apart. Still I am a bit worried about an electric current inside the fuel tank... Any dangers related to this? Thinking fire and explosion..
Sometimes my car will not register gas in the tank and also the control panel says to check the gas cap. This happens when I put gas in the car...Not always but sometimes....Thanks
also sometimes say tele com muted and the sos button stays lit although i have no telecom subscription
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