Question about 2001 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
Anyone have the locatiion of the speed pulse wire in a Mercedes C CLASS
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There are 2 types of Alt for your car .The lower Amp has a Plug in the high Amp has a screw in for electrical connection.
There are 2 bolts to hold the Alt in the engine. Need to locate them first and losen them up.
Losening the tension is a bit tricky. There is 1 large bolt I don't remember size maybe 17mm between the compressor and the power steering pump.
Need to loose it first before attemping the top bold near the Power steering reservoir, other wise you will strip the thread and this is a lot of work to replace.
After you done all of that in order, you can completely take off the 2 bolt at the Alt. Pull the top bolt first so the ALt can be Pivoted to the bottom one, then one hand to hold the Alt while the other to pull off the bottom bolt.
Put in the new Alt in reverve order.
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
Dealer only ,encrypted software ,start playing with it and?????? if anything goes wrong then factory immobilisor cuts in and it has to be connected to the internet via factory and it will not be released to start unless the bar code on the spare part box has been read by the operator with the bar code reader thats on the computer .This part is then recognised as the relevant fault code from the diagnostic check and with a genuine part for that fault code the computer releases the factory immobilisor.SO MUCH FOR THE AMERICAN FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
Sounds like the resistor block that gives you the various fan speeds has had it. This is a replacement only part and in most cars can be found close to the blower fan up into the air box.Consult your dealer for exact location and cost.It's not a hard job to do,just a biy hard on the back.Good Luck
Posted on Oct 24, 2010
If you're after radio code, you need to contact a Benz dealer and provide your VIN#. Dealer is only source for anti theft radio codes.
Posted on Mar 01, 2011
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