Question about Mercedes-Benz Sprinter
Hi, your car Electronic Stability Program system includes many different sensors (yaw-rate sensor, steering angel sensor, body acceleration sensor, some more) if ESP visit Workshop message appear on your instrument display, It's very hard to say which sensor could be the fault without the right diagnose. Most common faults are either steering angel sensor or yaw-rate sensor or might be some other sensors. If you replace the yaw-rate sensor it needs to be calibrated by diagnose computer, if you replace steering angle sensor it needs to be calibrated right away otherwise when you turn steering wheel fully left or right it will brake at first time then you have to be replace another one. So i will advise you to get the right diagnose and repair from a Mercedes specialist because if you do some thing wrong, it will be more costly to fix....
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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