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Old 05-15-2018, 09:40 PM
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w114 drivers door jamb switch vacuum ???

why does drivers doorjamb switch have vacuum having trouble with my vacuum locks and seat locks
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Old 05-16-2018, 10:36 AM
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not sure what you are asking? But the main valve and connections are on the passenger side I believe on this car, a line may be loose or broken , which allows some things to work, other to not work
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Old 05-16-2018, 11:14 AM
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280c vacuum doorjamb switch

question is why does doorjam switch has vacumm and electric on drivers switch there s 4 terminals and passanger side theres 2 terminals thinking the vacuum might have something to do with door locks and seast locks I'm not sure
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Just a bit of friendly advice.... Almost everyday you post a new thread. Almost every day, people explain that they don't understand what you are asking. I am not sure if it is intentional, but your lack of use of any punctuation is part of the problem. If you took more time to create posts with actual sentences in them, more people would understand your question and you would get more help. Nobody is expecting perfect writing, and I probably have several errors in what I am writing right now. But a question mark (?), and comma (,), and a period (.) each can go a long way to helping others understand what you are trying to communicate.
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Old 05-16-2018, 12:52 PM
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Seems once again the repeated suggestions to *OBTAIN A SERVICE MANUAL* have gone ignored. There's a reason Mercedes printed these things and they hold ALL of the answers to your questions.

Need a vacuum diagram? It's in the manual!

Need a wiring diagram? It's in the manual!

Need troubleshooting information for the HVAC system? It's in the manual! Along with troubleshooting flowcharts!

Save your hair from being pulled out, get a copy of the FSM. Seriously, it'll save you a lot of time and make life a LOT easier to troubleshoot your car!
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Old 05-16-2018, 10:08 PM
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huffandpuff:
Just a bit of friendly advice.... Almost everyday you post a new thread. Almost every day, people explain that they don't understand what you are asking. I am not sure if it is intentional, but your lack of use of any punctuation is part of the problem. If you took more time to create posts with actual sentences in them, more people would understand your question and you would get more help. Nobody is expecting perfect writing, and I probably have several errors in what I am writing right now. But a question mark (?), and comma (,), and a period (.) each can go a long way to helping others understand what you are trying to communicate.
good point scooter ill start on next post
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Old 05-16-2018, 10:11 PM
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Seems once again the repeated suggestions to *OBTAIN A SERVICE MANUAL* have gone ignored. There's a reason Mercedes printed these things and they hold ALL of the answers to your questions.

Need a vacuum diagram? It's in the manual!

Need a wiring diagram? It's in the manual!

Need troubleshooting information for the HVAC system? It's in the manual! Along with troubleshooting flowcharts!

Save your hair from being pulled out, get a copy of the FSM. Seriously, it'll save you a lot of time and make life a LOT easier to troubleshoot your car!
have 114/115 manual . one question is 11407 short term for 114073 chassis number ?? and what does fsm stand for ??
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To answer the original question......

.... the vacuum switch in the door jamb is there for the vacuum seatback release. These are unique to coupes.


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