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Where is the ESP yaw rate sensor located on mercedes a160 w168 ?

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You should have the OBD codes checked. This will determine the exact fault. The ESP light will sometimes come on if there is a problem with the ABS or with the steering angle sensor.
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Click this link below:--- http://technoanswers.blogspot.com/2011/06/yaw-rate-sensor-located-on-mercedes.html this will help.thanks.Helpmech

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Hi there:
I looked the information up as you listed it and for a sedan and the yaw sensor is located under the center console assembly. Is mounted within a couple of brackets in the console. Click the link below to enlarge IMAGE.

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It is there for a reason and if you think that you can control a skid situation then do so. But a dealer spare will be costly so I would look around for an after market unit or one from the Toyota wreckers and have it fitted . It might just save your life.

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