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Discussion in 'New member introductions' started by Celestialgiza, Apr 27, 2014.

  1. Celestialgiza

    Celestialgiza New Member

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    Hi my name is Mark and I’m a relatively new to Mercedes, I bought an E220cdi a couple of years ago, before then I was an Alfa guy and a happy one at that. I am 30 years married with two grown up lads and three grandchildren, recently flooded and living in temporary accommodation for the next two or three months….and boy is it getting tiresome!
     
  2. developer

    developer MB Club Veteran

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    Welcome Mark, that's some trouble you're going through :(.

    Perhaps a bit of light relief on here will help.
     
  3. jamesfuller

    jamesfuller Hardcore MB Enthusiast

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    Hi and welcome.
     
  4. Dave Richardson

    Dave Richardson Hardcore MB Enthusiast

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    Hello & welcome, hopefully you'll be back in your home again soon

    David
     
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    Celestialgiza

    Celestialgiza New Member

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    The flooding has not been a lot of fun I can tell you, First Five weeks living out of a hotel room & the last five in a two bed flat, builders start work on the restoration next week now the house is ‘dry’ It’s been hard work pushing the Insurance co’ every inch of the way.
    And then this week’s new hell has been the car warning lights galore! EBV, ESP, and ABS not functional also run flat indicator not functional coupled with the interior lights not coming on when entering the car. I took it to a Mercedes specialist who said it was either a pre fuse or wiring or the ABS unit itself. The Abs unit is running all the time unless I disconnect it- which I do. I can find the rear pre fuses but where on earth are the front pre fuses? I have looked under the passenger’s foot well and also the drivers-still can’t find it. Any and all suggestions welcome
     
  6. AlanC180k

    AlanC180k Hardcore MB Enthusiast

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    Hello and welcome to MBC
     
  7. developer

    developer MB Club Veteran

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    Start a new thread Mark, in the electrical section - it may get missed in this section.
     
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    Celestialgiza

    Celestialgiza New Member

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    Thanks I'll do that
     
  9. d w124

    d w124 MB Club Veteran

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    Hi and welcome to the forum
     
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