We just bought a 2016 Sprinter that was converted into a 2017 Pleasure Way Plateau TS. It only has 22,000 miles on it. While driving it home from North Carolina to Florida, the Check Engine light came on and then the ESP light, and a bunch of other alarms and messages. Took it to the Mercedes dealer in Jacksonville. They said the wheel sensor was bad, and that the DPF failed and melted some wiring and needs to be replaced. Anyone have any insights on what would cause a DPF to fail on a vehicle with such low mileage? Also, how common is it for wheel sensors to fail? I’m worried maybe I just spent big money on a lemon. I’m having the 20,000 mile service done and replacing pretty much every fluid and filter, just to start fresh before we head up to Alaska this summer.