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I was driving home, and the ASC BAS whatever lights came on and were flashing and making noise. Then my D light went out. It was just blank. So I pulled the car over, slammed on the brakes cause the ABS light was on and there was no ABS. Turned the car off, tryed to turn it back on and it dident start. Its going to the Benz dealer this morning. Any idea what it could be? Its a 2001 E320 4Matic Wagon.
 

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It dident even crank though. Still can be the fuel pump? Its at the dealer, no news though.
 

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I would check the Alternator (internal voltage regulator), battery connection or the battery itself. It could be a control module.
 

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2 things: Crankshaft Positioning Sensor(MOST likely) or Alternator(less likely---if you can jump start the car to run but will again wont start after you kill the engine, or engine stalling)....definitely NOT a Fuel Pump problem.
 

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I found out what it was. Somebody spilt coffee on the center consol and it got all the wires and screwed it all up. Cost, $1000. [V]
 

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1985 300CD - 5/17/2005 7:49 PM

I found out what it was. Somebody spilt coffee on the center consol and it got all the wires and screwed it all up. Cost, $1000. [V]
Ouch! thats the Auto Tranny sensor- located in the center shifter console--thats the main reason why i NEVER place my coffee(or any beverage) near the center console...BTW, do you know by any chance who spilled the coffee??? It would have made the whole diagnosing procedure easier [;)][:D]
 

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I found out. It was somebody who gave birth to me. [:D]
 
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