So I found the fuse chart in a paper that was folded up and tucked in
the fuse box, it has the map for all the boxes in Deutsche, Anglis, and
some other language. Found the ciggy lighter fuse, and of course there
are no spare fuses and no fuse puller thingie. Had a 15A fuse in my
toolbox so popped the old one out, it was fried, popped the new one in,
now there is juice to the ciggy lighter phone charger thingie. Mama
will be happy now. Unclear why she did not mention it to the dealer
when she took the vehicle in for the A or B service or whatever it was
on Friday week ago. Sigh.
The ones in the car are marked "S" as in 15S, is S the German for A?
Did they have their own guy named Schultz or something who discovered
current flow, and this is some sort of snub to M. Ampere? (Hey, Dieter,
throw me a 15 Schultz fuse in there willya?)
I should probably go buy a coupla boxes of fuses and a little puller
thingie to put in there so next time it blows I can tell her how to
CHANGE YOUR FUSES!
BTW the service consisted mostly of a 10k mile checkup and filters
(engine and cabin) change, maybe oil too I forgot to notice, which
according to the dealer guy would have been like $900 but it was covered
under the CPO or warranty we got or something. Another one is included,
so after another 20k miles I guess I am going to have to do all that
stuff (and buy myself a good bottle or 3 of whisky). She was ragging
about why it is so expensive to do that stuff. I tried to explain but I
was having a hard time convincing myself.
Will the DAS system cover this 2012 ML? Or is there something else like
it? I should look into that if I am going to have to maintain this
thing myself. I'm wondering too if the main computer in the thing talks
to all that stuff and there might be some kind of special codes to get
into it? That would make some kind of sense, at least some Merkin sense.
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