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In addition to the other suggestions about battery voltage and ignition switch, check that the exciter cable (typically the "thin" one) that goes to the starter motor has no breaks in it and is firmly connected. Check for obvious things like there are no blown fuses in the fuse box. One other suggestion is to check that you've not trapped any wiring under ...


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I think this is because of the main bearings. The oil enters from above into the bearings. A worn bearing will cause the gap between the axle and the bearing to be larger, and more oil will escape, which leads to lower pressure. This effect is bigger when you press the accelerator because the crankshaft will then be affected by a downward force from the ...


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In MB, the ignition key is inserted into a component called EZS which is basically an ignition key control unit which also doubles as an immobilzer control unit. E ngine control unit, EZS, transmission control unit and electronic steering lock control unit are all part of the immobiliser system. Based on your symptoms with respect to shifting, steering and ...



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