Sl320 r129 engine cut out my P reg 320 cut out three times the is morning throwing up

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  1. Benz.R.Bezt

    Benz.R.Bezt New Member

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    It cut out three times mange to restart it twice but the third it had to recovered on a lowloader

    Any suggestion

    Any suggestion

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  2. grober

    grober MB Club Veteran

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    Fuel pump or OVP [ overvoltage protection] relay?
     
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    Benz.R.Bezt

    Benz.R.Bezt New Member

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    Fuel pump is the more likely would you think?


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  4. Parisien

    Parisien Hardcore MB Enthusiast

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    I had this on my 300ce coupe 1989, turned to be worn/ non OEM distributor cap/rotor/seal, but it happened once on my 1996 SL320 on a slow sharp uphill turn, but not since. Theres an article in Merc club magazine about distributor cap, but not read it, pm me this eve.

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  5. grober

    grober MB Club Veteran

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    By1996 the 320 would have had the M104 engine which does not have a distributor assuming I've got the date correct?
     
  6. RichardF

    RichardF Hardcore MB Enthusiast

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    Correct.

    OP don't guess, read the codes 1st.
     
  7. grober

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    The FPR will cause a lack of fuel. The OVP powers the ECU among other things which would lead to no ignition. The OVP has fuses on the top which can blow. Other possibility is the crank position sensor failure
     

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