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E220 CDI Estate left for three weeks while away. Battery flat.

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E220 CDI Estate left for three weeks while away. Battery flat. Jump started it but indicators, rev counter etc. do not work.
Is there a reset required?
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Mercedes
Expert:  Stan replied 2 years ago.
Stan :

Hello,
There is no reset procedure for the symptoms you describe. It seems that the instrument cluster has failed.

Stan :

There is a 7,5amp fuse (pos 64) in driver-side engine comartment fusebox

Stan :

It might have blown during the jumpstart

Stan :

best regards,
Stan

Customer:

Hi Stan

Customer:

Checked 7.5 A fuse in position 63. It's fine. It is the instrument cluster and indicators which are not operating. Car starts fine now having let it run for around 60 mins. Can't find any list identifying which fuse applies for what.

Customer:

JIM

Stan :

Hi Jim,
It should be fuse 64. Click here for the fuse layout chart

Stan :

Check in the interior instrument panel fusebox- there should be a folded paper inseted with full fuse list.

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