|10-18-2008, 12:59 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Date registered: Jun 2007
Vehicle: 1999 MB SLK 230
Anyone have had this code?
C1025 CAN Communication BAS communication with ESP control unit faulty
CAN - Communication
- Complete CAM communication
- The traction control unit
- CAN - Signal : Breaklight switch
- CAN - Signal - Wheel RPM
I have changed the breaklight switch 3 mounths back, what is the next in line?
I also get the P1236, guess this is the clutch on the supercharger (dont I dont use but have installed)
1999 230 SLK
|10-20-2008, 04:09 AM||#4 (permalink)|
Date registered: Jun 2006
Vehicle: 02 - 32 (Stock); 99 SLK230 (RIP); 81 CJ7 (Fully MOD)
I've got a CAN problem before. It's related to the ECU though and needed dealer to fix. Totalled the car before I get to it
|10-21-2008, 09:23 PM||#5 (permalink)|
Date registered: Apr 2007
Vehicle: 2001 SLK 320(178K Miles), 2002 E320 Special Edition(156K Miles)
Location: South Bay Area,L.A., CA
I had it on mine when the battery was bad. (< 11.5 volt I think.). But then I had a whole lot a funny errors reported with the bad battery.
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|08-15-2009, 01:59 AM||#8 (permalink)|
Date registered: Jun 2006
Vehicle: 2001 SLK 320
Location: Lodi, California
Copy paste from another site
code C1025 is defined as " CAN Communication BAS communication with ESP control unit faulty." This basically means that the BAS module is not networking correctly with the ESP module, commonly this is usually a glitch code, unless it returns more than once. I would have the system reset and see if the code returns immedialty, of not monitor it and see how long in between settings. In a case where the code returns immediatly, the BAS or ESP module is faulty. This system requires a Mercedes level scan tool to test.
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|08-15-2009, 02:03 AM||#9 (permalink)|
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Date registered: Jul 2009
Got an really bad skid on the car in a roundabout when you used to the ESP kickin in if needed. It couldnt be any contact-issues between the two controllers? Is the "CAN-bus" a cord between them or how is the logic there?
|07-21-2011, 02:39 AM||#10 (permalink)|
Date registered: Mar 2009
Vehicle: w126 300SD 1981 - Vito W638 108 CDI 2000 - W209 CLK cabrio 2003
Location: Amsterdam, The Netherlands
On my slk230 from 1998 I get the same code. (with the Mercedes DAS multiplexer). Cannot get it erased. ABS/ASR and the BAS lights stays on.
I have read a lot of topics, but I am having trouble to determine what the CAN Bus exactly is. I think it means Controller Area Network. And that it controls several inputs.
Where can I find that CAN Bus? Maybe a stupid question but I am dutch and having some trouble with some technical words.
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