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About Angchug

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  • Birthday 11/14/1961

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    Singapore Woodland
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    C180 W205

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  1. If is the same as W205. It's actually a voltage converter unit located just behind the left front storage compartment. Just lift the carpet and you will see a small black unit. You cannot DIY. Need to reset after you swap the unit.
  2. Wrapping is around $80 and takes around 3 hrs. I did it but It's not lasting. The edges started to peel off and doesn't stick very well.
  3. Is your center console Ash Wood too? Selling
  4. Went to CnC this morning and was told need resetting. Down time is a day and need to book an appointment. Cost around $135.00 I call a reservist friend Vincent Teo. He is the agent for Chinese LAUNCH diagnostic kits. Went to him workshop. He managed to reset for me. Everything is back to normal after 10 mins.
  5. I changed the main battery, aux battery , key battery. The keyless function still not working. The Start/stop is working. Only the keyless Start/Stop of the engine, lock and unlock are not working. I need to use the Key to clock, unclock or start engine.
  6. Usually you get a message if the battery is weak. I replaced the battery not long ago. Happen only this afternoon after I had both keys with me. Wonder if that was the issues. I tried it again after an hour but the keyless start/stop, lock/unlock stopped working. Need to use the key to start/stop.
  7. W205 ,C180 - My Start/Stop suddenly stopped working today. Message: Unable to detect the key. Lock/unblock function also fail to work. Could only start/stop/lock/unlock with the key. Can anyone help ? Please
  8. There is no auxiliary battery for W205. It's actually a DC converter unit which need replacement around the 3rd years. It's located below the front left compartment. You cannot DIY because need resetting with thd diagnostic PC after changing.
  9. You can actually look at the thickness of the brake pad. The choice is yours. You can replace it when is down to 2-3mm or wait for the sensors alarm. Usually you don't have to replace the rotor. The brake pads should last you 30k to 50k depending on your driving. Mine the alarm came on at around 54k. You can replace it at any workshop. If is after warranty you can consider using dust free pads. Full set of brake pads + sensors will cost you +/- $400.00 - $600.00
  10. If is just brake pads + sensor is around $350 For all. I just changed the back brake pads + sensor with Labour $200.00
  11. For the back brake pads n sensor plus Labour $200
  12. Just changed mine to dust free pad. W205
  13. Finally got it done. The ‘Auxiliary battery’ which is actually a voltage converter unit and located infront of the passenger floor. After changing you need to do a reset. Cannot DIY.
  14. I went to PAS Auto the MD parts supplier. They said is not a real battery. Just a voltage converter. I struggled to locate it. Anyone know where is the location?