This is a 2001 slk320
Ok ordered the Conductor plate 722.6 for my slk.. I also ordered a filter and pan gasket..
When I get that done I'll post how it goes after test drive.
Two Mercs now and no SDS?Now.. I picked up another Mercedes from auction. Its not a SLK but a C230 sport. Real nice blk on blk car in great shape.
Oh hey, you're here too.The one guy Deplore said it was the range sector sensor on plate. It wouldn't even crank over. But all accessories worked.So Deplore said to unplug the electrical to trans and if it starts then it's the range selector sensor. Has anyone here had that problem? I know this isn't the place for it I'm just curious...
It had codes but nothing for the range sensor.
How many times have I told you and a gazillion others on this and other ForaOr is it just a scan tool?
Generics only access approximately 4 out of circa 15 computers on R170, and even then, they do not do version Coding, Guided Testing etc etc etc.
Stuff like ICM, PSE, CCM, VR, ATA will not be seen by a generic, and all module access is needed on any Mercedes,
There is just 2 from this thread /\ /\ /\ I then got bored by page 18 so not only but also, there is a search function at the top of the page ....SDS is not just a code / data reader resetter, it is the entire arsenal of software with loads of other processes that the MB Dealership has, plus some real tasty add ons that the dealerships don't have and all are very useful on all MB Vehicles.