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Where is Mercedes SL500 03 Driver side fuse box number written?.


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Fuse Terminal Cable ID (fused) Fused function Rating in amperes (A) F1 30 - Wiper park position heater relay (K40/2kA) F2 30 - High pressure and return flow pump relay (K40/2kF) F3 30 - Steering column forward/back adjustment relay 1 (K40/2kD)
Steering column forward/back adjustment relay 2 (K40/2kE) F4 30 - Steering column height adjustment relay 1 (K40/2kI)
Steering column height adjustment relay 2 (K40/2kJ) F5 15R - Wiper On and Off relay (K40/2kH) F8 30 RD 0.75 Central gateway control unit (N93) F9 30 PKWH 2.5 Left door control unit (N69/1) F10 15 BKVT 0.75
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Xenon headlamp control unit (E1n1, E2n2) 15 RDGN 0.75 Restraint systems control unit (N2/7) F11 15R BKYE 1.0 Circuit 15R/30 cutoff relay (K75) F12 15R - Spare F13 30 RDGN 1.5 ABC control unit (N51/2) F14 15R BKGN 0.75 Windshield washer fluid pump (M5/1) F15 30 RDGN 1.0 Data link connector (X11/4) F16 15R PKYE 1.0 Valid for code (855) TELE AID:
D2B telephone and TELE AID transmitter/receiver (A35/17) 15R PKYE 1.0 Valid for code (853) MB standard telephone:
D2B telephone transmitter/receiver (A35/13) F17 15R RDYE 0.5 Vehicle-sensitive seat belt lock sensor (A60) F18 15R - Spare F19 15 BKYE 1.00 Valid for engines 112.973, 113.963/992:
Fused via circuit 15 connector sleeve (Z3/29):
Cylinder 1 ignition coil (T1/1)
Cylinder 2 ignition coil (T1/2)
Cylinder 3 ignition coil (T1/3)
Cylinder 4 ignition coil (T1/4)
Cylinder 5 ignition coil (T1/5)
Cylinder 6 ignition coil (T1/6)
Cylinder 7 ignition coil (T1/7)
Cylinder 8 ignition coil (T1/8) F20 15 BKGN 0.75 Data link connector (X11/4) F21 15R BKYE 0.5 Instrument cluster (A1) F22 30 RDYE 0.5 Instrument cluster (A1) F23 30 RDWH 1.0
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MB 2001 C320 still has battery drain issues after new battery and unplugged seat module


Here are the general instructions to find a battery parasitic drain, it is different for each problem and there is no magic bullet fix.

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    • Charge your battery if necessary. Dead batteries (and even weak ones) don't give accurate results on a draw test. The dome light is a good indicator of battery strength. If the light is weak, pulsating or refuses to turn on, you'll need to charge the battery.
    • 2Shut off everything in the car. Pull the keys out of the ignition. Ensure all service lights are off, lighted compartments closed and doors shut. Open the hood, and disconnect the trouble light underneath if your vehicle has one. Wait for 30 minutes before moving on to Step 3. (This enables normal drain from interior components to finish cycling.)
    • 3Set your battery tester to 10 amps DC. Disconnect your positive battery connection (red cable) and position it safely away from metal components. Connect the meter's positive probe to the battery's positive post while simultaneously holding the negative probe in the air; keep it away from anything metal.
    • 4Place the negative probe on the end of the removed positive cable to complete the circuit. Yes, you're putting a negative on a positive. Yes, this is ok. If you have a severe drain, you're likely to pop a fuse or two-identifying your problem.
    • 5Check the meter reading. A normal reading is usually under .035 amps. If you have a minor drain that causes a higher reading, you'll need to check each component.
    • 6Remove the first fuse in the box, and check to see if the load problem is resolved. If not, replace the fuse and check the next one. Repeat the process with all fuses. If the fuses check out fine, you have a wiring problem.
    • 7Remove the tester and reconnect the battery. Follow the hot wire to the next connection. Remove the positive cable and connect the positive probe of the tester in its place. Connect the negative probe to a metal object. Check the meter. If the drain isn't resolved, reconnect as normal and follow the hot wire to the next connection. Repeat this step at each connection point until you narrow down the problem.

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I have a ML350 2004 and SRS light is on. I brought it to a shop and was told computer said tele aid communication, please help how to reset this light.


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