Question about 2006 Mercedes-Benz Mercedes Benz CLS500
Also the seat coooling and cigarette lighter stopped working.controls on door still work though
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Fuse box diagram
there are 3 fuse boxes called S.A.M.s and m.b. doesn,t want people changiong fuses. on the driver's side of the dashboard there is aplastic cover. if you open the door wide you will see it take a flathead screwdriver and pry it off. the diagram is located in the fuse box. look carefully and you will se it folded into a square on one of the sides of the fuse box. just replace the fuse with the right rating
Posted on May 19, 2009
Spin or replace the fuse as the old aluminum fuses build up corrosion and dont work, or work on and off.
If its an after market radio check by removing unit and checking for fuses in line.
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
SOURCE: how to reset the srs
Before resetting the SRS I would advise to take note of the error. You would need an OBD scan tool for you to get the errors and to reset the SRS.
On the fuse box found on the driver side of the car you should see the port for the OBD tool. Connect the OBD tool. Turn the key to the 'Run' position (the one before 'start'). List down the codes and make necessary repairs with the shop. This also resets the SRS if you wait for the light to go off before disconnecting the OBD scan tool.
Posted on May 14, 2011
SOURCE: I do not have a
Thanks for choosing FixYa and welcome. You should be able to look at the fuse and tell if it is blown. Look at the fuse, you will see a metal strip. If it is cut in half, it is blown. Also, pull each one out and put another in its place. It should be a low amp fuse, such as 5, 10, perhaps 20 but I doubt it. Pay attention to the back of the cig lighter. It may be a loose wire or it could be a bad wire. Test with a voltage meter to see if it has current.
Posted on Jul 17, 2011
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