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REF: MERCEDES CL600 VIN NO WDB1400761A 187496 YEAR 94/95 COMBINATION RELAY WIRING DIAGRAM FOR 21 PIN CONNECTOR TO RELAY, I HAVE 20 WIRES ALL HAVE COME OUT OF THE CONNECTOR, I NEED TO KNOW THE PIN NO FOR EACH COLOUR WIRE, THIS RELAY CONTROLS THE FLASHERS WIPER H.R.WINDOW HAZARD LIGHTS MAY BE MORE. THE RELAY PART NO IS 140 820 24 26 THERE ARE TO GREEN/BLACK TRACE WIRE BOTH THE SAME COLOUR, BUT ONE IS LARGER THAN THE OTHER. IF NEED MORE INFO LET ME KNOW

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  • shaunmes Apr 12, 2011

    Hi shaun here i will find out from the owner if the car is a cl or an sl 600 i know it came from japan

    with out no plates, if it was a uk car i could tell from the log book.



    I will find out and come back to you .



    sent picture to help



    thanks ; shaun

  • shaunmes Apr 12, 2011

    Hi shaun again the owner is sure its 94/95 car but i think its an sl600 not cl600 you should be able to tell by the vin no. this mite help its a 2 door coupe with a big body it has 2 small aerials on the rear wings that come up when you are reversing, if that helps, i have seen sl600 and it does not look like this car, mabe he has the year rong, i think it may be a 97/98 model.



    with thanks

    shaun.

  • shaunmes Apr 13, 2011

    Hi shaun here, some of the wire colours are not the same as ones you sent me.



    But i have some more info for you, i have made a vin no search and found wdb140076 this part of vin no tells you its an s600 if its year is 93 to 95 and cl600 if its 95 to 99 .

    the owner tells me its 94/95 he is sure about this, so it must be an s600



    give it one last shot, but i must have all 20 wires.



    with thanks

    Shaun.

  • shaunmes Apr 14, 2011

    Hi Shaun here my email is





    shaunmes@aol.com



    I hope we have some luck this time.

  • shaunmes Apr 15, 2011

    Shan here i have found 2 stills that show the wiring and the relay, this is from a cl600

    see pictures.

    the wiring diagrame you sent is not the same as in the picture.



    how much do i owe you.


  • shaunmes Apr 15, 2011

    WELL WELL YOU HAD IT ALL THE TIME ,

    MANY THANKS JOHN AL THE BEST


    sHAUN.

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Are you sure this is a CL600? i cant find a CL600 but i can find a SL600.

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    john nail Apr 12, 2011

    not knowing what car you have, i cant do any thing with the tag but if you could get me the body code i could look it up that way. i did some checking and the c-class does use a combo relay but i can only find 12 wires

    #1....red/green, #2....brown......#3.....blue....#4.....?......#5......black.....#6.....black(large wire )....#7.....?....#8.....black/green/white......#9.....?......#10......black/green/white.....#11....violet/yellow.....#12.....?....#13.....black/yellow/green.....#14.....black/brown.....#15......black/yelow/violet.....#16.....black/yellow/brown......#17.....?.....#18....?....#19....?....#20....?...

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    john nail Apr 12, 2011

    12..?...13...black/yellow/green....14....black/brown.....15....black/yellow/violet......16.....black/yellow/brown.....17,18,19,20...?

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    john nail Apr 14, 2011

    shaun send me your e-mail i have found something i need to send you to would take al day to type in all the stuff.

  • john nail
    john nail Apr 15, 2011

    the car is not a 94/.95 its a 1998 the wiring is on its way.

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