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The prox, keyless entry and transponder on button are all different circuits inside the key. So you cant fully rule out the key just yet. It could still be half damaged. The first thing I would do would be to check the key with a transponder reader to see if its present, my guess is you will not have the tool to do this tho. Maybe open it up and check for ...


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Many wireless car key ignition systems have some relay or fuse to start cranking the engine. You can start to diagnose the relay or the fuse if it still working or not, do not judge the key is broken too fast. :) Here is the car key system, check it there are fuses in this kit: And here is the diagram of a common wireless car key system: And this one too ...


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I just had an engine compartment fire in my own car. To make an informed decision, have a mechanic take a careful inventory of the damage even if you must pay out-of-pocket for the estimate. It's likely the necessary repairs will be relatively straightforward and inexpensive, but you must know for sure beforehand. As an owner of several Mercedes over two ...


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