01 - in car temperature sensor
02 - outside temp sensor
03 - heater core temp sensor left
04 - heater core temp sensor right
05 - evaporator temp sensor
06 - ECT sensor (DFI/IFI)
07 - refrigerant pressure (displayed in bar)
08 - refrigerant emp sensor (displayed in degrees F)
09 - not used
10 - blower control voltage (08 to 60 - corresponding to 0.8V to 6.0V)
11 - emissions sensor (in volts)
12 - sun sensor (in volts)
20 - control current for aux fan (in milli-amps)
21 - engine speed (00-99 - x100 = rpm)
22 - vehicle speed km/h
23 - voltage at terminal 58 (indicating % of battery voltage - ie. 99 = 99%)
24 - actual battery voltage
40 - software status
41 - hardware status
They provide the CD/DVD's to all non-dealer shops.
It's the complete repair manuals, diagrams (crappy low-res, but there
none-the-less), part prices, technical bulletins etc.
My non-dealer uses them - he basically gets a bunch of DVD's by paying
many $$ a year and they cover all manuals for all cars.
I got a web subscription for them when I first bought my car used - it
was about $23 a year. I've since found the complete set of CD's
downloadable via bit-torrent.
Another good W210 resource is this guy's site in Brazil
The site is up and down like a yo-yo (currently down) but when it's up
he's got a CD ISO-image that you can download and burn for the W210 that
has owner's manuals, diagrams and even videos (in english) of guys
taking door panels off, removing trim, doing all sorts of repair work.
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