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Mercedes A-CLASS 1.5 - 2.0 A200 CDI ECU (Transmission) - Part No: A1695451032 / A1695451032

Send your own unit for rebuild

£195.00 (Excludes VAT @ 20%)
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Turnaround time 2-3 working days
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Part Numbers:

VM No: A1695451032 OEM No: A1695451032

Vehicle Details:

MakeMercedes ModelA-CLASS Engine Size1.5 - 2.0 SpecificationA200 CDI Year2004 - 2012

Common Faults:

Mercedes A-Class automatic with the CVT gearbox can be very problematic, when internal malfunction occurs it can cause the gearbox to go straight into limp mode when put into drive and warning lights will show on the instrument panel. Common fault codes often found are: 0896 - impermissible adjustment of the step down ratio in the continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) 0793 - The rpm signal from component Y3/9b4 (CVT (continuously variable automatic transmission) secondary rpm sensor) is not available. 0722 - The rpm signal from component Y3/9b5 (CVT (continuously variable automatic transmission) output rpm sensor) is not available. 0730 - The gear ratio in the continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) is not permissible. 1634 - Component Y3/9n1 (CVT (continuously variable automatic transmission) control unit) is defective or the voltage supply is faulty (under voltage). 2722 - Impermissible closing of hydraulic brake 'Reverse gear' has occurred in the continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) when selector lever 'N' was engaged. WARNING! If you are sending your transmission module to be tested/repaired then please make sure you only send the plastic module. DO NOT send it still attached to the metal valve chest as this will destroy the module during transit.
If I purchase this will it cure my fault? Warranty: Lifetime Warranty*, unlimited mileage
Product Code: ETM451032


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On time. No extra-charge. Repaired electronic unit works fine Strongly recommended.

Amazing 5/5

I'm very satisfied because i was afraid of my gearbox problem but now everything is all right

W169 transmission problem fixed 5/5

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