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Electrical problems? Give us a try!

Discussion in 'www.replacementmercedeskeys.co.uk' started by Mark@RMK, Nov 4, 2012.

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    Mark@RMK Senior Member Authorised Forum Supporter

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    Hi all,

    Just letting everyone know that we specialise in ALL Mercedes electrical faults and can Diagnose in depth problems with STAR as well as Key repairs, Production and Key related faults!

    We can also Re-code and reprogram most Mercedes control units right up to 2012! So if the garage say you need a new ECU and it has to be a new one then contact us to see what we can do!

    Example 1. Mercedes e320CDi 2005 - ECU damaged or un-repairable we could decode a used module for £125 or transfer your original ECU's data across so it would be plug and play! (Used ECU supplied by customer with correct part number or alternative)

    Example 2. Mercedes C180 1999 EIS not turning ignition but releasing steering lock. We can repair this unit so it is fully functional!

    Example 3. Mercedes C/E 2003 EIS failure. We can recode a used item with your original cars details so the EIS is plug and play.

    So above are only a few of the services we provide. Please don't hesitate to give Me (Mark) Or Ben a ring to find out more. (If you mention you found us here it would be good!) Or to ask us about any other Mercedes electrical module.

    Many Thanks:p

    Mark@RMK
     
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    television Always remembered RIP

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    Mark@RMK

    Mark@RMK Senior Member Authorised Forum Supporter

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    Thanks Malc!

    Consumers need to know that if Mercedes say " You HAVE to buy a new one as it's coded to the car" They are lying.

    Recent job 1 - 2009 E Class with Bosch CR4.3 ECU (3.0 V6) total failure. Customer supplied used ECU and I Removed Drive authorisation and SCN code so it could be SCN coded back by a MERCEDES Dealer to there Vehicle! Car is perfect and the owner has saved over £800!

    Recent job 2 - 2009 Mercedes Vito. EIS "washed" with jet wash! Water damaged 75%! Supplied and programmed replacement within 24hrs of it happening so they were back on the road for LESS than the dealer would have charged for making them wait 5 days!

    Hell, I can even make a used EIS ready for a Green/Orange key from Mercedes!

    Mark
     
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    Yes I have seen many a thread that has ended up at some huge cost, so I take it when people have been told to replace all the parts in the circuit this is not the case like the steering lock etc when a Switch or other component fails
     
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    Mark@RMK Senior Member Authorised Forum Supporter

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    Precisely. There is no need.

    If the complete kit costs you £500 but the ECU cost £500 - Its easier to fit the ECU alone!
     

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