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Starting motor does not turn over


Old 08-18-2010, 10:15 PM
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MB 1991 500SL
Starting motor does not turn over

Mercedes-Benz 1991 500SL USA 90k miles
Will Not Start, starting motor does not turn over
Battery fully charged, shift in neutral or park, brake pedal depressed, tried with three different keys that worked before, dashboard lights and running lights fully on. MB roadside service tries to jumpstart NG. Car stored for a year with battery disconnected reconnected battery and it started instantly, turned engine off starter would not turn over. I have fully recharge battery. Anyone have any recommendations. I have read about factory fitted EBW alarm and immobilizer relay leading to the starting motor anyone have information and the location of it.
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