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Where is the transmission range sensor on a Mercedes A Class Auto

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SOURCE: replace transmission control module?

You should really have a qualified tech. replace this control unit. It is located in the foot well in passenger side. There is a false floor held in by 10mm nuts that the unit attaches to. You will more than likely need a S.D.S. machine to download the software out of the old unit and into the new unit. Next you will have to version code the new unit and set the parameters for your shift points. I have never replaced one and tried to start and drive the vehicle w/o the S.D.S.. I can't be sure it would be drivable but there is only one way to find out. Either way you will have to take to appropriate repair facility and won't have the same warranty replacing it yourself. What ever you do do not remove the electrical connector with the key on, I also hope that the vehicle was properly diagnosed. Hopefully I have been helpful. Good luck

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SOURCE: when i ride my auto transmission mercedes c 220 car it is slightly jerking while i push accelarator it is like runnuing with breaks on or driving in 1 st gear. it seems like something is holding back

hello, I have a W204 7G, the year 2011, and have observed the same problem, I think it's factory!?

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Got a code po705, replaced the conductor plate and plug with new ones.


This code is for a Transmission range sensor. Which can cause a vehicle to shift properly or go into gear correctly. Here are the problems that could cause that to malfunction.
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Reverse lights flash on/off when car is put into reverse; Mercedes 98 E320. Also the rear center brake light does not work at all. All of the bulbs have been checked/replaced so they are not the issue.


REVERSE LIGHT PROBLEM COULD BE LOOSE WIRES OR FAULTY TRANSMISSION RANGE SENSOR.THE REAR CENTER BRAKE LIGHT COULD HAVE FAULTY BULB SOCKET OR GROUND WIRE AND THE CONTROL MODULE THAT CONTROLS IT CIRCUIT.

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Mercedes 2001 E210 320CDI, goes often in to Limp mode, my feeling says is has to do with the automatic gear box not shifting very smooth, so i often has to use the tip to shift.


The automatic transmissions on these vehicles are not durable and will definitely not last the life of the car. The E class is a nice car but the mechanical build quality is not of a high standard (it's just complex and expensive).

If the vehicle has clocked around 70000 miles or more you can expect auto transmission problems like you are experiencing now. The symptoms you describe are an indication that the transmission is on its way to total failure. The only fix is to fit a rebuilt transmission which will be very expensive.
( Take the vehicle to a transmission specialist that handles Mercedes auto transmissions and I am sure you will receive the same advice after a road test on the car is carried out).

I'm afraid that If you retain the car you can expect quite a few expensive maintenance and repair costs as the miles clock up.

Sean

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2004 e500 Mercedes trans problem code-2767 need help!!


Hi,
The code P2767 definition is ,
Transmission input shaft speed sensor?turbine shaft (TSS)sensor B no signal..
Now in English it means the speed sensor is either faulty or bad connection,I would suspect the sensor, but worth getting checked by a transmission specialist,
Darren DCS

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Can you check the level of auto transmission fluid yourself ? If you can where is it please. I have a mercedes C240


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Check the below video :-


http://www.ehow.com/video_104_check-automatic-transmission.html

The procedure is same for all cars.

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hi,no you can remove the red tag,but it was no dipstick,like before,only the dealer have a tools for measurement oil level,if notice some oil,you have to bring your car to dealer ,ty

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