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Mercedes ML350 Code Failure P0715

11/09/2011 2:52 PM

my Mercedes is driving in same gear all the time

my tiptronic does not working

sould I replace just sensor or what is the problem

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Re: mrecedes ML350 code failure P0715

11/09/2011 3:05 PM

My goodness, so much information to wade through.

What gear: Reverse? What model year? What color is it?

"...replace just sensor..." What sensor would you replace?

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Re: mrecedes ML350 code failure P0715

11/09/2011 3:23 PM

Try this first.

Invest some time and do some research within the link given.

Check all electrical connections to/from the sensor before replacing anything.

Reset the OBDII to clear the P0715, drive the car and see if the code comes back.

If it does, utilize the link that I provided above to diagnose and repair.

Come back and let us know what you find.

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Re: Mercedes ML350 Code Failure P0715

11/09/2011 11:22 PM


Trade it in on a Ford Mustang...

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