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How to get power to right turn signal?
The most likely cause is a burnt out front or rear bulb. The turn signal arrow that blinks when you turn it on should be lit on but not blinking, that would mean a bad bulb. check this first. Turn the blinker on , key on, and look for an unlit bulb. replace. easy stuff 1st.
hope this helps Mike
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Why want my 2000 s430 mecedes benz start after putting fuel injector cleaner in
First question: Did it run before you added the injector cleaner or did you add it because it would not start? If it was not running right before you added the cleaner, the cleaner is not your problem. It is highly unlikely that a standard off-the-shelf injector cleaner would cause any damage. It is possible for it to move some dirt in the system and POSSIBLY clog one injector, but highly improbable that it would take the entire system down. If anything, you have stirred up something in the tank and clogged a fuel filter and/or strainer on the pump.
I would first change the main fuel filter - it is located under the car and is rather easy to change. If it is the strainer, the pump has to be removed.
More common on Mercedes V8s of that year is either a crank/cam sensor or an immobilizer issue (ECU not recognizing key). Either way, it would be a good idea to have the codes ran on the car, not just the OBD codes, but get a shop that can scan the actual Mercedes codes.
Best of luck!
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General level..... it will tell you
Technical level - Gets pretty technical to figure out what went wrong. You need a scantool cabable of that year models suspension system, good manuals, and years of experience helps ALLOT!
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Mercedes wiper washer problems
If the pump works but no water comes out, then the washer nozzles might be clogged. They're usually unblocked using a small safety pin. Also check the hose line from the pump to the washers as they might be perished. If there's no pump noise then it might be (a) pump fuse, (b) corroded contacts (c) blown pump.
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