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Discussion in 'Engine, Drivetrain, Fuel and Exhaust' started by DaveE320CDI, Dec 27, 2012.

  1. DaveE320CDI

    DaveE320CDI Senior Member

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    Hi, Just checked the car with my code reader 2004 w220 320cdi s class, and a couple of codes are there P2509 saying ECM/PCM power signal intermittent? and 9022 code? could somebody tell me what they mean? i have tried searching without any luck, cheers Dave
     
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    Those mean nothing to me. Best find an Indie with STAR diagnosis. Generic scanners dont work well on Benz's

    Do you have any particular fault?
     
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    Hi Steve, Well its sods law really just as i am wanting to sell the car! replaced it with a W221, it seems as though the gearbox is not holding a higher gear to keep revs up when starting from cold, so seems to labour untill engine warms up then drives fine, the other fault thats just started is the heater blower as ceased to blow on any settings! I am thinking that this could be the regulator on the Fan motor, possibly failing due to all the rain that we have had recently? cheers Dave
     
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    Would you like the instructions to remove the heater blower
     
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    That would be great Malcolm! do you want me to pm my e-mail address to you? whats the best for you? Many thanks Dave
     
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    Just pop the Address up here now and I will send it, you can remove the address in edit in a few mins :D
     
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    Cheers Malcolm Much appreciated Dave.
     
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    OK and sent,, please use the edit to remove your address :D
     
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    Hi Malcolm, Seems you have sent instructions fore w211 mine is a w220 s class, cheers dave
     
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