Just purchased a 2007 Clk today. Drove it
home about 45 min of fwy driving. After I
got home, waited 15-20 min, and attempted
to start. It would turn over, but never
engage. Anyone ever experience this?
call who /where you got it and tell them...
This answer is non-sense unless bought it from a Dealer.
arunr76, the answer from Kelly is good advice, be it from a dealer or not. They may have an answer that may help. If it was from a private party, yes the seller can be a jurk and he may have some issues getting it fixed or a sympathetic heart. A dealer will no doubt try to get it fixed to keep the sale. My suggestion is to first check the gas and see if it has enough to let the fuel pickup to get some. Dealers usually keep just a little gas in the car to do a test drive, never keeping it filled. If he can get it going, a drive back to the seller should be in order, expecially if it is a business. A lot of used cars though have an "As Is" sign on the posting of the car's feathers and price.
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