The splice 226/227 issue was cross-checked on the relevant pages.
The theoretical wire was cross-checked using logic and deduction.The splice 226/227 issue was cross-checked on the relevant pages.
I'm less than impressed with MB's documentation....
((egad ... following the drawing index's citations of that module is very confusing))
Yes, trying to track down how/what/where/why the "start module" did is what spawned my "egad!" comment. I still haven't figured it out (ok, ok... nor wasted more time on it).Also I see engine start control module included, however my van appeared to start correctly without fuse 6 inserted.
I came to basically the same conclusion, but that doesn't help the fact that they aren't at all labelled, and that where the arrows go does matter when attempting to follow/troubleshoot using the schematics.I think i figured out the "meaning" of those "sideways arrows to nowhere" ...
They mean that that Fuse in Block 1 (FB1) connects via internal copper bars (or wires) to other components that are also a part of FB1.
Start by replacing the turn signal relay in the bottom of fuse box #1 and see if that helps.Hey guys having the same or similar issue. Intermittent signals and sometimes no 4-way. Sometime the signal lights flash just once. Others plain doesn't work from the get go. Also get a sound like dragging my finger on a comb. Last observation is that the problem seems to arise with an increase in significant humidity. I thought it must be the MFS initially, then reading this thread made me back away from pulling the trigger. I do have a trailer wiring setup. So what should I be eliminating in order to diagnose this properly? Thanks