A Class ECU fault?

RickyH28

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I have an A Class 160 which i thought had an immobiliser fault, now i've been told it may be the ECU. I have fault codes 100 & 170, i've been told the ECU can be repaired. Can anyone point me in the right direction.
 
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The full codes were P0100 i beleive this is an air mass fault and P0170 which is fuel system (bank 2) if i've rememdered right.
 
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It's looking that way, the original symtons i had were the alarm coming on while driving and loss of power both faults intermittant, now its a non starter thats how i thought immobiliser. Then after having a code reader plugged in was told it could be the ECU ???
 

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I have heard rumours of A class mercs closing down the injectors when they detect lack of fuel or wrong fuel. Some of the tech lads will know if this is fact or fiction...
 

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Sounds like the alarms up the shoot, is it an early A class ? If so I think the alarms the problem.
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