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hey,

my locks are not automatically locking at 9 miles an hour, i think there is a trick to resetting the central locking system, anyone have this info?
 

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I looked in my manual didn't see it anywhere

anyone have information if this feature exists on a 99 ML430?
 

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after searching the net I found this

Your Service Dept. has a device called an AAM (All Activity Module) which
permits him (her) to program different features on your ML. Some of these
features include:
1) Doors to auutomatically lock when the ML reaches 7-9 mph.

I've always wanted this feature, I guess I will take it in and see if they will do it for me free
 

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Actually your *vehicle* has a device called an AAM that controls most of the non-engine electornics on it. The service center uses an HHT (hand-held tool, a.k.a. Star Diagnostics) to program the AAM. If your vehicle is in for some other work and you have a good relationship with your service center, you may be able to get this changed for free. Otherwise, expect to pay .5 hours of labor.

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BlackHawk - 2/26/2005 1:20 AM

I looked in my manual didn't see it anywhere

anyone have information if this feature exists on a 99 ML430?
Check this site and look for "Files for 316ML for training" then click the version cding AAM 98-99 and/or scan everything and have FUN with it.

http://www.mercedestechstore.com/pdfs/index.htm
 

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BlackHawk - 2/26/2005 1:20 AM

I looked in my manual didn't see it anywhere

anyone have information if this feature exists on a 99 ML430?
My 98 has it .. so I'm sure your 99 does as well.
 

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rudeney - 2/28/2005 1:27 PM
If your vehicle is in for some other work and you have a good relationship with your service center, you may be able to get this changed for free. Otherwise, expect to pay .5 hours of labor.

- RODNEY
I have a very good relationship with the dealer, if I show up and ask them to do it I bet they will do it free otherwise when i get my next checkup I will have it done, thx for the info!
 
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