Re: I need the fuse guide for my Mercedes C240- 2002...
I JUST BOUGHT A 2002 MERCEDES C CLASS SALOON 240 KOMPRESSOR AND THE DRIVER ELECTRIC CHAIR AINT WORKING NEITHER IS THE BOOT RELESE BUTTON. I WAS TOLD THAT THE FUSE NEEDED TO BE REPLACE BUT THERE AINT NO FUSE MANUAL IN THE COMPARTMENT WHERE THE FUSE BOX IS. CAN SOMEONE PLEASE POST UP THE FUSE CHART OR TELL ME WHERE EXACTLY ARE THESE 2 FUSE LOCATED, I ALREADY KNOW THAT THERE I ONE FUSE BOX IN THE DRIVER SIDE DASH, IN THE BOOT AND THERE IS ONE UNDER TE HOOD. ALTERNATLEY YOU CAN E-MAIL IT TO ME AT email@example.com
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the operators guide list the fuse, lost the guide? and true fuses are first the ones that test bad are bad, the bad fuse is marked, and is usually the correct size. on some cars the windows are run from circuit breakers. not blow-able fuse.
alldata.com might cover MB, im not sure how does, ah MB dies. can buy a service manaul for any car and working any german car is a shock to any USA mech. ISO parts and rules. Our cars use SAE rules and is wildly different.
it is not a fuse. when a fuse burns, it never works again. look for broken/loose wires/connection around the fuel tank. usually, the problem is just a bad ground. the other solution is that maybe your fuel sending unit is faulty, test first, change if necessary
Fuel level sensor is in the gas tank, may be faulty or just dirty, make sure to fill the tank entirely full with premium unleaded, ad a high quality fuel system cleaner / de-gunker, this may clean the sensor enough to feed back to the gauge. It could also be the fuel gauge itself, but that is less likely. Mercedes will be happier with at least 1/4 tank of fuel at all times, and don't skimp on low octane gas!
As for the check engine light, you may have a bad gas cap... believe it or not a gas cap that doesn't seal properly will throw the check engine light. If you get the codes read (for free) at an Autozone or similar parts store it will likely read "evap system" as the problem, which will likely end up being the gas cap.
Take your car to a service center that does a true "flush and fill" of your a/c system. Those little canisters will just waste your money, and they never truly clean and re-lubricate the system like a flush and fill will do.
you need to replace the fule gauge sending unit inside the fuel tank, as far as the waring messages go u need to have the system tested for a fault code that is stored when these lights come on, the requires a trip to the MB dealer.