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Mercedes E-CLASS 2.1 - 3.0 E220 / E280 / E320 C ECU (Transmission) - Part No: A0335457332 / A0034460310

Send your own unit for rebuild

£220.00 (Excludes VAT @ 20%)
Return Shipping £8.90
Turnaround time 2 - 3 working days
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Rebuild Details full details

PRODUCT INFORMATION

Part Numbers:

VM No: A0335457332 / A 033 545 73 32 / A0335456732 / A 033 545 67 32 OEM No: A0034460310 / A 003 446 03 10 / 5WP21101 / 5WP2 1101 / 5WP21302 / 5WP2 1302 / 5WP21013 / 5WP2 1013

Vehicle Details:

MakeMercedes ModelE-CLASS Engine Size2.1 - 3.0 SpecificationE220 / E280 / E320 C Year2005 - 2015

Common Faults:

Mercedes E-Class seven speed 7G-Tronic gearbox ECU's are renowned for failing. Common faults include problems with gear selection, sticking or holding in gear, jerking and jolting between gears and often the vehicle being forced into a limp home mode state. 0718 - the component Y3/8n1 (turbine speed sensor, VGS) is defective, a host of RPM sensor faults, P0705 - transmission range sensor (TRS) circuit malfunction, 0717 - the signal from component Y3/8n1 (turbine speed sensor, VGS) is not available, and 2201 - the component Y3/8n2 (internal speed sensor) is defective are all commonly found when the vehicle is scanned with diagnostic equipment. We offer test and rebuild that comes with an unlimited mile Lifetime Warranty.
If I purchase this will it cure my fault? Warranty: Lifetime Warranty*, unlimited mileage
Product Code: ETM457332-C

REVIEWS FOR THIS PRODUCT

E320 CDI 7G Tronic Speed Sensor. 5/5

Input Turbine Speed Sensor fault on Mercedes E320 CDI 7G Tronic gearbox. Conductor unit removed from vehicle and sent in for repair. Unit was diagnosed and repaired swiftly (after a slight delay due to busy period) at a fraction of the cost quoted from Mercedes. Faultless economical repair, highly recommend. You do not need Mercedes to do this repair and it needed cost a fortune.

Good but slow 4/5

Used for many years . Don`t like the automated phone calls telling you updates - much prefer email. Main bugbear is automated call telling you it`s done and if you haven`t been contacted then contact them . I do frequently to get asked for payment where I have to point out my card details have been logged on your system for years authorising payment . This happens EVERY time I send something in. We`re as busy as you so this wastes time