Date registered: Jan 2010
Vehicle: 99 E430, 01 E430 Sport, 00 SL500
Location: LA, CA
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It's unlikely the fuse(s) being the problem.
>>I remove the shifter box to see the inside of it and I found that I was a spring and a pin out of position.
How did you fix that? A missing ground could signal to the computer that the gear is in either D,1,2,3,4, or R. As I said, normally, car can start only in P or N.
Have you tried staring in N?
Set the parking brake so car does not roll, foot on brake, shift to N then try start it.