Location, ecu & service connector.

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Location, ecu & service connector.

Post by simmit » Mon Apr 17, 2017 6:34 pm

Where is MB ecu and it's service connector? Hiding behind a carpet/ panel somewhere?



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Re: Location, ecu & service connector.

Post by AJL Electronics » Mon Apr 17, 2017 6:46 pm

Have a look in the passenger side behind the kick panel.


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Re: Location, ecu & service connector.

Post by peter freeman » Mon Apr 17, 2017 7:42 pm

When you find your ecu you might look at the part number - my auto car had a manual ecu fitted which meant that when you lift off the throttle the car does not slow down - not that it slows much with the correct ecu fitted. I suspect that MB in true Reliant style just bought a box full of ecu's ( all the same ) and fitted them to all cars. The correct part numbers are:-
auto 86GB-12A650-BD manual 86GB-12A650-B2A
ecu's can be bought from
https://www.atpelectronics.co.uk/search ... mit=Search
I now have a auto ecu fitted and keep the manual one as a spare - it did work so not to be thrown away - cost for a new one was around £160 five years ago so not that expensive



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