A few weeks ago my car slowly stalled on the road, I took it to a
Mercedes mechanic, and he told me that there was air in the fuel line
because my primer pump was leaking. I then promptly ran out of gas a few
weeks later (I did not realize the gas gauge was faulty...last time the
car was super low on gas when I was in it was around 7 years ago). I was
not aware of the fact that after such an incident, the fuel line needs
to be primed. So, my car stalled again, and I discovered in the manual
that I needed to prime it, which I did, and the car ran again.
However, now I seem to be stalling and having to prime the car at random
and unsafe (i.e. Freeway shoulders) intervals for reasons I can't quite
seem to figure out.
I've only recently started to take an interest in major self-maintenance
of cars, so please excuse my ignorance.
Many thanks in advance.
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