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    Need help W/Mercedes E320

    I need some expert advice from someone that has knowledge of the Mercedes..I just purchased a Repo E320 Wagon & It will not start,Its been sitting probably close to a year so Im thinking probably Fuelpump But Im not sure where its located?? Any tips Or help will be greatly appreciated..Again Thanx

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    need more info?
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    More info?

    Im not sure what more info you need? It turns over great but doesnt try to fire at all..Its a Gas V6 4 speed auto.E320 Wagon..This has coil packs so Im not really sure how to check them,Im afraid the new stuff is alittle Too HiTech for my oldschool skills...

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    What year is the car, some have 2 fuel pumps, I think the cars with one fuel pump is located under the rear seat drivers side, you can hot wire the pump to see if it's working.
    On the reality show Texas cars, they just went thru this in the end it turned out to be a bad throttle body, but they did get the car running, In the end they wound up selling the car for less than they paid for it because they didn't want to spend $1700.00 for a throttle body.

    I don't know anything about them I'm just repeating what I saw.

    Zip.

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    LOL!!

    Thats depressing LOL Its a 99 E320

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    Part it out or resell it 'as is - where is' . That higher end European iron is WAAAAY expensive to repair. Or drop a BigBlock something in !
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    I looked at a picture of some late 90's... looks like 2 pumps under floorboards Like Zip said). On a positive note; not hard to R&R. Hope it works out buddy... maybe if you are super creative you can find someone who is parting out one & steal a used pump for cheap. If time is on your side, you will find a windfall. If it is the FP... ??
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheYellaBrick
    Part it out or resell it 'as is - where is' . That higher end European iron is WAAAAY expensive to repair. Or drop a BigBlock something in !

    I just think Yella just told you to make it a boat anchor it in a nice way...lol

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    Mercedes E320

    The Problem was the crank trigger,Seems when that fails nothing works..

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