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This is an odd one.

Was speaking to an R107 expert at a classic car show, I explained that the ABS light in the dash never goes out and assumed that it's a big deal. He said the problem is almost certainly a 'blown blade fuse above the passenger footwell'. He explained I need to remove the cover beneath the glove box, said something about relays, replace blown blade fuse, job done.

Definitely not anything under the carpet. I had a look, saw some relays (pictured) cracked the bastards open, no fuse. Can't see anywhere where there might be a fuse.

Any ideas??

Any help much appreciated.
 

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decampos...Here's a pic of the OVPR in situ for a 560SL...Your relay is different though, and I don't know that it's in the same spot.





Ears....His early style OVPR doesn't have the fuse.


 

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Thanks for the replies. Helpful stuff. Thanks to this thread it is indeed the 'early type' OVPR I have. Yep, doesn't have a fuse in it. Should I try and source a new one? Is there a way to test it to see if it really has failed?
Any help very much appreciated.
Cheers
 
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