|02-12-2008, 08:01 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Were is the ASR relay located?
I was wondering if the problem with ASR will go away if I simply pull a fuse or a relay? Is there anyway to just deactivate it?
|02-12-2008, 11:05 PM||#2 (permalink)|
Date registered: Sep 2007
Vehicle: 1914 Mercedes 28/95 hp, 83' 300SD, 93' S420, (three) 94' S420's, 95' S500 & 96' S600
Location: West Germany
ASR module location
Try simply removing the ASR instrumentation console/dash lamp.
Due to the possible serious integrity of a loss of the traction control systems, as Engineers we introduced a very simple measure en some of the higher operational control functions making them dependent on the resident current of their instrumentation status systems en their operational safety protocol. If resident instrumentation status lamp current (lamp burns out or es removed). Then the normal status es deemed invalid... therefore the operational system affected are disabled until a valid status returns (dash system status lamp replaced to ensure system integrity). Your vehicle may be affected with this safety item for traction system integrity...
We hope these images assist you en your efforts?
Following should assist with Figure #3 explanation of components:
Component Name Solenoid valve relay
Component ID A7k1
Component Name Solenoid valve relay
Component ID A7/3k1
Component ID Component Name
A7...........ABS hydraulic unit
A7k1.......Solenoid valve relay
A7k2...Return pump/pressure pump relay
A7/3...ASR/ETS/ESP hydraulic unit
A7/3k1....Solenoid valve relay
A7/3k2....High-pressure/return pump relay
K26.........Wiper system relay module
N2/1.......ETR control module
N2/2.......SRS control module
N32/9.....MSC control module (with memory)
retired 32+ years: Mercedes Benz Technician
Ein gut aufrechterhaltener Mercedes wird ebenso ruhig laufen wie eine Nähmaschine viele Jahre lang!
|02-13-2008, 05:01 PM||#4 (permalink)|
Date registered: Feb 2007
Vehicle: 2005 W211 E55
[QUOTE=Mercedes Mechanix;2741572]Following location of components. Instead of deactavating, why not correct any issues you are encountering? Also, keep en mind that disableing one component can/will affect other systems.
thanks Rob. I enjoy your experienced feedback.
|02-14-2008, 09:28 AM||#5 (permalink)|
Date registered: Apr 2007
Vehicle: 94 S500L every option available -yes, they work ;-)
94 S500 Schwartz: One hell of a ride @ 202k-miles
96 S320 Schwartz: Had 212k on the clock..sold.
97 S500 Brilliantsilber: Hate myself for selling.
|02-15-2010, 06:17 PM||#7 (permalink)|
BenzWorld Junior Member
Date registered: Dec 2009
I'm having the same problem with my 95 S500. The dealers have an edge in that They
have the diagnostic tools for the mercedes port and the extra parts to test the car.
We don't have the luxury to test a faulty relay without purchasing it, and of course
you cannot return electrical parts from most all suppliers.
|10-02-2010, 01:45 AM||#9 (permalink)|
Date registered: May 2006
Vehicle: 1995 S420, 1987 190e 2.3 16V , 2008 CBR600RR
Location: Corona, CA.
so, is there any way to disable the ASR system? I am fine without traction control. I drive pretty safe and never need the help of traction control. I have been through many cars without traction control and never had any problem loosing control. Is it possible to equip an ETA unit that doesn't have ASR? I know they're stupid questions, but im also trying to find a cheaper way to ride myself of the ASR issue.
|Currently Active Users Viewing This Thread: 1 (0 members and 1 guests)|
|OK! New problem! Just fixed the asr light, today, both the asr and the abs lights has come on!||Cabbe||W140 S-Class||17||07-22-2013 07:27 AM|
|Exactly where is the K-40 relay located||NCJETSKIER||W210 E-Class||17||09-27-2007 07:51 AM|
|Where is the Crash Relay Located?||Smokehouse69||R170 SLK Class||7||07-03-2007 03:36 PM|
|Where is the wiper relay located?||Mississippi_300D||W123 E,CE,D,CD,TD,TE Class||4||07-10-2006 02:58 PM|
|Help with ASR relay wires||benz420||W126 S,SE,SEC,SEL,SD,SDL Class||0||05-11-2006 02:23 PM|