Date registered: Jan 2004
Vehicle: 1959 220S cabriolet, 1983 240D original owner, 1999 E300 turbo diesel, 1988 560SL, 2003 SLK320
Location: Ocean Isle Beach, NC
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I'm not home with my car and notes right now, but I don't think mine was a code 10, although the code numbers could have changed from '88 to '90. I did all kinds of other tests to make sure the code was telling me the truth when in fact if I listenend to what the car was telling me in the first place, I'd have saved a lot of time. But since I was doing the labor, it only cost me time and not money. Replaced my unit with a new/used unit, erased the codes, fired it up and all was well. My fault was that the SRS light would come on after about fifteen seconds and stay on for the rest of that drive.