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I have a Mercedes c270 2005 model it flashes esp fault visit workshop


ESP is Electronic Stability Control! This is traction control and is controlled through the ECU, take to Mercedes garage to read the fault codes and resolve the problem!

Dec 05, 2014 | Mercedes-Benz C-Class Cars & Trucks

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Aire acondicionado


I can't understand this language. If you are in search for a remote code, visit this link. http://electrohelponline.blogspot.com/ It has setup codes to so many brand remote controls.

May 13, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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Need owners manual '97 ford falcon el


Not for free:
- ford-falcon-1996-1998-workshop-manual
- austech.info/26116-ford-ef-el-service-manual (its page 2 post 39, is still active; I might add, i think you need to be a registered Austech member to view the link for those looking for it).

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I have a mercedes-benz clk 270 cdi avantgarde and the other day the battery light/visit workshop came on....poly v belt replaced, but the warning light still on......any suggestions??


YOU NEED TO ERASE TROUBLE CODE WITH A CODE SCANNER.IF CODE HAS BEEN ERASED AND WARNING LIGHT STILL APPEAR MAKE SURE ALTERNATOR BATTERY POWER FEED WIRE AND CHECK WIRE COMING FRONT SAM CONTROL MODULE WITH FUSE AND RELAY MAKE SURE WIRE IN PLACE TIGHT NOT DAMAGED. CHECK MAIN FUSE IN FUSE BOX THAT SEND POWER TO STARTER AND ALTERNATOR.

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Epc light on


EPC means Electronic Power Control.

When this light comes on, yopu could have such a sudden power loss.

However, before visiting a workshop for help, do the following basic checks:

No air leak into the intake system.

Ensure that all the electrical socket in the engine management system are well fitted, no loose contacts.

This light can be caused throttle valve malfunction, MAF, brake lights, EVAP , 02 sensor, secondary air pump.

I suggest you visit a competent dealer or independent shop for help. They will scan the EPC and run 'Throttle Body Adaption'. and diagnos the problem. Ask for a garage with a 'Ross Tech VAG-COM' or a ' VW diagnostics scanner.'

See here for a shop near you : http://www.iatn.net/shopfinder/

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Ride height is high in the rear dash display says air matic visit workshop


Air matic rear control valve not working or faulty air matick control unit, you must go to the dealer workshop for diagnose, that's the easy and cheapest way otherwise you will spend money for unnecessary thighs, my advise is go to the dealer workshop.

Nov 06, 2010 | 2001 Mercedes-Benz S-Class

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Battery alternator visit workshop is flashing on


MERCEDES C200 Kompressor 2001. battery alternator visit workshop is flashing on trip computer. i have replaced alternator. everything is ok. battery getting charge... i cant see any thing wrong so why workshop flashing?? maybe something wrong with new alternator 4 exampel voltage sensor??

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Workshop manual


por favor necesito ayuda en como esta el ensamblaje de la caja de cambios manual 4x4 de una blazer año 2002

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