Question about 2005 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
I have a headlamp that is out. Dealer claims that its the "controller" and wants $1,500 to replace. Is this right? Does each light have its own "controller"? Do they really mean ballast not controller? Can I find these online for less money?
Check with any major wrecking yard online to see what they propose. They will not lie to you such as dealerships now a days
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The transaxle is not in the PARK position.
The normal headlamps are turned OFF.
The BCM activates the system by grounding CKT 592. This action energizes the DRL relay. This condition allows a reduced voltage to flow to the headlamps. When the headlamp switch is turned to ON, the headlamps operate normally.
The parking brake provides an input to the BCM. When the parking brake is engaged, the DRL remain disabled until the parking brake is disengaged.
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