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Engine control unit

Remanufactured part car engine control unit for Mercedes-Benz
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  • Exceptional computing power
  • Latest software
  • Comprehensive electronic testing
Please use our parts search to request this remanufactured part for your vehicle.

What are the benefits of a Mercedes-Benz Genuine Remanufactured engine control unit?

As a genuine remanufactured part, the engine control unit controls the engine every bit as reliably and

efficiently as a new part. It is a powerful mini computer and has to carry out a multitude of

calculations in real time. The components are also precisely coordinated with each other to achieve

outstanding engine performance with smooth running characteristics and efficient consumption and

emission values. When the control unit is remanufactured, it undergoes complete electronic testing and

is updated with the latest software.

How does an engine control unit work?

Various sensors in the vehicle transmit data to the control unit to be analyzed and processed. For

example, the engine control unit receives data concerning oil temperature, oil pressure, fuel pressure,

coolant temperature and ambient pressure.

How can I tell if the car engine control unit is defective?

Burned-out component parts or dry solder joints in the control unit may lead to a defect that could

manifest itself in various ways as a result of the different tasks that the component part has to

perform.

A range of symptoms can indicate that the control unit may be defective and need to be repaired. Below is

a selection of the most common of these symptoms:

  • The indicator lamp on the instrument panel lights up steadily
  • Fuel consumption increases
  • The engine makes unusual noises
  • The engine will not start
  • The engine occasionally has trouble starting
  • The engine switches itself off

Mercedes-Benz quality with an engine control unit as a remanufactured part.

A remanufactured Mercedes-Benz car control unit offers outstanding quality comparable to a new part.

Using resources smartly and economically throughout the remanufacturing process means not only does it protect

the environment, but ultimately also saves you money because of how cost-effective the remanufactured

parts are.

  • A-Class
    • W168 (1998 to 2004)
    • V168 (2001 to 2004)
    • W169 (2004 to 2012)
    • C169 (2004 to 2012)
    • W176 (from 2012)
  • B-Class gas
    • W242 (from 2013)
  • B-Class
    • T245 (2005 to 2013)
    • W246 (from 2011)
  • C-Class Sedan
    • W202 (1993 to 2000)
    • W203 (2000 to 2007)
    • W204 (2007 to 2014)
    • W205 (from 2014)
  • C-Class Wagon
    • S202 (1996 to 2001)
    • S203 (2000 to 2007)
    • S204 (2007 to 2014)
    • S205 (from 2014)
  • C-Class Coupé
    • C204 (2011 to 2015)
    • C205 (from 2015)
    • CL203 (2001 to 2011)
    • CLC203 (2001 to 2007)
  • C-Class Cabriolet
    • A205 (from 2016)
  • CLA Coupé
    • C117 (from 2013)
  • CLA Shooting Brake
    • X117 (from 2014)
  • CLK Coupé
    • C208 (1997 to 2002)
    • C209 (2002 to 2010)
  • CLK Cabriolet
    • A208 (1998 to 2003)
    • A209 (2002 to 2010)
  • CLS Coupé
    • C219 (from 2004)
    • C218 (from 2011)
  • CLS Shooting Brake
    • X218 (from 2012)
  • E-Class Sedan
    • W124 (1985 to 1995)
    • W210 (1995 to 2003)
    • W211 (2002 to 2009)
    • W213 (from 2016)
    • V213 (from 2016)
    • W212 (from 2009)
    • V 212 (from 2010)
  • E-Class Wagon
    • S124 (1985 to 1996)
    • S 210 (1995 to 2003)
    • S 211 (2003 to 2009)
    • S/VF212 (from 2009)
    • S213 (from 2016)
  • E-Class Cabriolet
    • A124 (1992 to 1997)
    • A207 (from 2009)
  • E-Class Coupé
    • C124 (1987 to 1996)
    • C207 (from 2009)
  • G-Class SUV
    • W461 (from 1992)
    • W463 (1990 to 2003)
    • W463 (from 1992)
    • V 463 (2008 to 2010)
  • G-Class SUV 3 doors
    • A 463 (from 2012)
    • C 463 (2008 to 2012)
  • GL Off-road
    • X164 (2006 to 2012)
    • X166 (from 2012)
  • ML SUV
    • W166 (2011 to 2014)
    • W163 (1997 to 2005)
    • W164 (2005 to 2011)
  • GLE SUV
    • W166 (from 2015)
  • GLE Coupé
    • C292 (from 2015)
  • GLS SUV
    • X166 (from 2012)
  • GLA
    • X156 (from 2014)
  • GLK
    • X204 (2008 to 2012)
  • GLC Coupé
    • C253 (from 2016)
  • GLC SUV
    • X253 (from 2015)
  • R-Class SUV
    • W251 (2006 to 2013)
    • V 251 (from 2005)
  • S-Class Sedan
    • W126 (1985 to 1991)
    • W140 (1991 to 1998)
    • W220 (1998 to 2005)
    • W221 (2005 to 2013)
    • W222 (from 2013)
    • V140 (1991 to 1998)
    • V221 (2005 to 2013)
  • S-Class Sedan Long Version
    • V220 (1998 to 2003)
    • V222 (from 2013)
  • S-Class Cabriolet
    • A217 (from 2015)
  • S-Class Coupé
    • C126 (1985 to 1991)
    • C140 (1992 to 1996)
    • C215 (1999 to 2006)
    • C216 (from 2006)
    • C217 (from 2014)
  • S-Class Maybach
    • X222 (from 2014)
  • SL Roadster
    • R107 (1985 to 1989)
    • R129 (1989 to 2001)
    • R230 (2001 to 2011)
    • R231 (from 2012)
  • SLC Roadster
    • R170 (1996 to 2004)
    • R171 (2004 to 2011)
    • R172 (from 2011)
  • SLS AMG
    • C197 (2009 to 2014)
  • SLS AMG Roadster
    • A197 (to 2011 to 2013)
  • Maybach
    • W240 (2002 to 2012)
    • V240 (2002 to 2012)

This quote is not binding. Subject to errors and sale. The product pictures are exemplary. Information on available model series may vary and can be obtained from your Mercedes-Benz dealer.