Question about Mercedes-Benz E
The car motor is 270 cdi avantgaurd this car parked a lond time aprox 2 years
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: error code P2203
Component Y3/6N3 speed sensor 3 is faulty,That is a transmission code...the trans speed sensors are MADE into a printed circuit board that connects to the valve body...MB part number is 140-270-08-61.. LIST price in the USA is $225. TAKES about 1.5-2 hrs to install
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
If no one gives you a better answer, you can just disconnect the battery for and hour or somewhat less and it should reset itself. The indicator may come back on if the underlying problem is still there.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
hi, unfortunately this is one of them how longs a piece of string things, you could purchase a code reader reset the error code but, what you have to think of is what caused it to do it in the first place, accelerating to hard should not cause an error ( i do it all the time in my car lol ) but it might be related to the 02 sensor getting to much unburnt fuel passing it which would cause the engine light to come on, though if the car is running as normal i doubt that will be the issue, i would myself on a car like that take it to the main dealer and get them to check it out, as buying an inexpensive code reader might not cut the mustard with this one, and parts being as dear as they are for merc's i would play on the safe side, spend a few bucks to save a load...sorry not much help
Posted on Mar 25, 2010
EPC: Electronic Power Control
The ME7 engine management system uses electronic controls to operate the throttle valve rather than the usual braided cable. Pedal resistance and operation matches cable designs so that the operator is unlikely to differentiate. In an event of a failure with either one of the accelerator pedal position sensor (G79 or G185), the other sensor signal would be used in a limited capacity with functions such as cruise control deactivated. If both sensors malfunction, the ECM will limit engine speed to proximately 1200 rpm.
Now as to your question regarding error codes (DTC, SAE/VAG fault codes), as VW scan tool or similar needs to be hooked up to your vehicle in order to read which ones are stored in the ECU. This codes will tell you which area of the system came from and what problem they are related to. Only with a scanner makes all this possible, without it, it would be an expensive guessing game besides being very unreliable.
Posted on Apr 15, 2010
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