I suggest getting the AP200 (you can read about it in the scanner sub forum). Its fairly inexpensive, It can read live data, and speaks fluent sprinter. You can lookup the sprinter specific codes on this document.
If it's disconnected, so open circuit, I believe the dash outside temperature display defaults to 185F. It may cause limp mode.Anyone know if the Ambient Tempature Sensor could be any cause to this? I know for certain this sensor is unattached - I caught it on a video when I was doing the intercooler hose repair.
I’ve read about this sensor in a few different places and it’s unclear if it only affects A/C performance.
Here it is - I pulled it out from inside where the front plate should be. Tested and reads as it should when it is affected by a heat/cold sorce. Dash temp reads 60F+ after plugging back in so I don’t think this is a contributor.If it's disconnected, so open circuit, I believe the dash outside temperature display defaults to 185F. It may cause limp mode.
Yep, it was. Tested it and read as normal.That is the sensor and its wiring, looks intact to me.
The display read 60F+ and when up just 5 degrees when driving a short distance.What does the Ambient display on your dash read?
Will do. I’ll post the video as soon as possible. Thanks for your insightsounds like a potential boost leak in the last two vids... more vids with more revving the motor up.. chalk the wheels, put er in reverse, pull the ebrake, left foot on break, make sure nothing is behind you.. push the RPMs up for a bit (more than for just a second.. like five seconds...) a couple times..