Question about 2007 Dodge Sprinter
ON THE VEHICLES DASH IN THE LOWER RIGHT CORNER, I GET THE ICON adr. wHAT DOES adr MEAN?
Posted by Anonymous on
The Sprinter is designed by Mercedes Benz, and the 'ADR' is probably an abbreviation for German. But it refers to a 'working speed governor'. On the information I found, there is a two-position switch on the left portion of the steering wheel to set an increased idle speed. Depressing the top of this switch engages the governor (increased idle) and turns the light on. Depressing the bottom of the switch turns off the governor (back to normal idle) and turns the light off.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Map sensor bad or vacuum &/or power to it missing. Map sensor located on intake manifold or firewall. It has a vacuum hose & electrical connector attached to it. To verify it is bad disconnect electrical connector to it while running. Idle should smooth out & run good. If so need to replace.
Posted on Jun 15, 2010
Disconnect the battery, and connect an ohmmeter to the battery clamps (not to the battery, but to the car's now-disconnected cables). You will see a resistance, rather than the infinite resistance you should see. Make sure the doors are shut, and the under-hood light is removed, or otherwise guaranteed to not be trying to light.
Remove one fuse at a time. (You will probably need to have the door open to do this. Make sure the dome light is not trying to light — remove the bulb(s), have someone hold the switch in the door-closed position, etc.) One of the fuses you pull will cause the meter to start reading an infinite resistance, but will go back to the 200 to 5000 ohms (or whatever) you saw before you pulled the fuse when you put it back in. That is the circuit that is draining your battery.
A resistance of 20,000 ohms or more would be considered infinite in this test.
Posted on Jun 19, 2010
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