Its possible that maybe your radio has been replaced? So the radio code that you have, might not be the correct one for the radio. I would suggest pulling the radio out and getting the serial number off the radio, then just call a Mercedes dealer and they can get the correct radio code for you from the serial number.
Have you tried disconnecting your battery? Usually that resets the code.
If you jump started it without pulling the radio fuze, you fried it. It can be repaired for about 200.00 through Radio Sound if you haven't already tried to fix it.
Make sure the battery cables are making good contact with the battery and are clean and tight.
This was caused by a poor connection at the Battery. We disconnected and and reconnected the new battery and everything worked fine.
Have you tried replacing the starter? it also could be the fuel regulator
First check for a corroded or damaged battery terminal. Next check the battery.
Ive got the same problem after my battery went flat, any one know how to fix it? I've tried taking the battery off oan on again but no luck.
I have an 01 chev express conversion van and my after market radio was stolen so i went put back the factory radio everything work but no sound out of my speakers and i tried the battery trick but nothing
im not sure how the radio functions, i tried to ask you
I have a 92 Honda accord with anti theft radio that needs a code when battery is disconnected. My code is 34444 if you have tried several codes that did not work you might need to disconnect your battery and reconnect battery again then try the code.
There are many reasons a radio fuse can blow. However, if it happened while trying to jump-start a vehicle, most likely what happened is the cables were hooked up to the battery backwards.
If everything seems to be dead, no lights,ac,radio,when you turn the keyone click (on), You might see if you have a fuseable link on the negativebattery cable. If these burn out everything does not receive any batteryvoltage. They are usually covered with tape and some have markings also.If you phone an auto supply with the model of your car they may help.good luck.
have you tried plugging it in? yes and checked all fuses
Try diagnosing the starter
Ever tried replacing the starter negative battery cable is often overlooked double check it and replace any corroded wires or battery clamps
Nope. I just tried it on my explorers because the radio died on my 98 and I tried to swap it with my 96.
Once your battery is fully charged again. Disconnect the battery Neg. cable for 10 seconds. Then reconnect Neg. cable. Push your remote unlock button to reset the alarm off. Now turn your radio on and check the radio it should be working. We call this a "hard reset" of the module. ^ I just tried the above sequence, and it did not work.
When you take the battery out nothing really happens. I tried it myself and it did nothing.
have tried the fuel cut-off switch? I have not. I tried starter fluid. New fuel. I guess that will be my next bet.
yes i have recently tried that
NO not so far that i have tried.
My CD player on a 2001 Ford Taurus would so "no" when you tried to do do any function on the CD player. I had the battery replaced in the car and the CD player started to work. I have found other referances to ford CD players where the power had to be removed from the radio and that reset the error and it would work find after that
Is anything else going on? Will it start? If not take the battery cables off and reattach them. This is a common problem that I have had to address with mine. With mine nothing electrical would work as well, no lights, radio, etc... If I shook the cable the lights would click on and then it would die again when I tried to start it until I removed the cable and replaced it.
You need to charge the battery with a battery charger.