SUV was running fine until had a regular oil change. After that SUV had sporadic bouts of no acceleration otherwise ran fine. When I mean no acceleration I mean that you could put the pedal to the floor and it would only accelerate much later like a 1-5 minute delay. This car new was to go from 0-60 in under 9 seconds if I read everything correctly. No check engine light ever came on until about 2 weeks ago when it gave a code to the Advance Auto Parts guy saying no Turbo Boost. This is a 2008 Mercedes ML 320 CDI (Diesel) 4 matic and I need it to run because I have to go to work regardless of the weather. It has a turbo diesel system. I have all sensors replaced, I run the best diesel gas, and no one can figure out the problem. Worse now since yesterday I went to start the SUV and it started but would not complete the process to stay running. I think you refer to this as the engine would turn over but that was it. Please help winter weather is coming and I have to work. Thanks much.
My car has 183000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.
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To be completely honest, there could be multiple issues with your 2008 Mercedes-Benz that are causing the symptoms you’re describing, ranging from something simple like a crankshaft position sensor to the throttle position sensor or complex issues with the turbo on your ML320.
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