Mercedes 1996 e300d abs light not working + rev counter not work
I was jump starting the car and touched a negative with a live, it seems to have disabled my abs and rev counter. i beleive it could be to do with the fuses, but i cant seem to find the fuses to check them properly. can you tell me what you think please.
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check the condition and tension of the drive belt. Check that the battery terminals and posts are shiny clean and tight. Have the battery load tested for faulty cells. Have the alternator tested for output
This is just a traction control light.....If one wheel out spins the other it will make it come on at times ..You need a scan tool but you can disconnect the negative battery cable for 20 seconds and the light will go off......If it comes on again you will have to change wheel speed sensor...This is common with all vehicles with Traction control and ABS...Have it checked for saftey reasons...
But it happens with a lot of them.........Sensor replacement is normally what you have to do.
Sometimes battery disconnect works....You will have to reset clock.
Hope this helps..........................Metalpoet
Your problem sounds as if the thermo sensor....which controls the air
fuel ratio when engine is cold....is faulty. It is a common fault on
This is not an expensive part, and takes only a short time to fit.
you should be able to pulse the pump in actuator tests you can test the signal at the same time.your cruise wont work if the abs isnt working it takes the readings from the wheels,check your power and earths at the pump.