Date registered: Sep 2010
Vehicle: 1997 Mercedes-Benz S500
Location: Bethesda, MD.
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check your crank shaft position sensor. thats the one that gives the signal to EZL, ignition module, to fire the coil. disconnect the sensor from EZL and measure the resistance, I think it should be around 700-900 Ohms, i might be wrong. if resistance within specs, try to beasure the voltage while someone cranking the engine. It should show some voltage, I dont remember what are the specs. Maybe someone will give you the right numbers.
'93 Crown Vic 188,600 after 7 years ended up in police impound
'97 Nissan Maxima 212,315 (Sold)
'90 560SEL 198,375(Sold). Will be missed dearly.
'97 S500 Black on mushroom. 137,000 miles
Last edited by abdimona; 11-11-2012 at 02:42 PM.