Question about Mercedes-Benz ML
Fault codes P2138 in engine, fault code 912D instrument cluster, fault codes B110E,B110A,B109A,B10B5,B1183,B11C7,B1854
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Fault Code : P1664
P1664 FIP (Fuel Injection Pump) malfunction (possible air ingress in low pressure fuel side)
Most likey the Diesel fuel injection pump needs to be replaced or overhauled.
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
hello,good day,maybe your cluster nearly damage,send to your dealer,they have a testing procedure(simulation all the gauges), to determine if your cluster is defective,ty
Posted on May 14, 2009
There is a GM service bulletin on this particular item. basically covers both codes your getting.
#07-06-04-019A: Intermittent MIL/SES, DTC P2138 with Reduced Engine Power (Repair Instrument Panel (IP) to Body Harness Connector)
Models: 2005-2008 GM Passenger Cars and Light Duty Trucks (Including Saturn)
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
hi this is showing fuel trim bank 1 malfunction, this could be caused by the following things, intake leak, AIR system, fuel pressure/pump, injector/s EVAP canister purge valve, or HO2S ( air fuel mix incorrect) if it starts and runs fine, i do not think it will be fuel pump, or the injectors as this would make it run rough or even not start at all, if it was an intake leak, you would be suffering from high rev's when you start the car and would take a long time for the rev's to come down, so really, that just leaves the HO2S (sensor/s) these are located one on the exhaust manifold ( from engine follow exhaust manifold you will come to a things sticking out with some wires on) this is HO2S sensor bank 1, or if you look under the car on the exhaust, just past the catalytic converter you will see the same thing, this is HO2S sensor bank 2, it may be either of these, but i possibly would go for the first one, EVAP..it could be, if you have an air leak on it, the EVAP can be found under the hood/bonnet, at the front on the right hand side as you look into the engine/motor bay just in front of the screen was bottle...hope this helps
Posted on Oct 02, 2010
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