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From Belmar, New Jersey
These relays are a common replacement item especially on Benz cars. Usually the symptoms are non-working seat adjustment or no seat movement at all. Usually the intermittent problems arise when it is in a colder climate There are several surface mount diodes that can fail. Sometimes there are micro cracks in the solder joints that can be repaired if you have the time. I opened my old one up and came to the conclusion that one or more of the diodes might be defective due to age. The diodes can be purchased relatively inexpensively but you would have to check each one. Quite frankly my time is worth more than to do extensive troubleshooting on an old electronic part, guess that's what the manufacture banks on anyway. I am sure if you have the dealership or auto shop do the job it would cost a fortune so DIY and save yourself some bucks. The relay is held in with two clips on either side. You can basically pull it out with no special tools. On some models accessing the area where the relay is the most annoying part of the venture. In my case the relay is in the trunk and the larger plastic cover underneath the carpet has to come off. The large plastic cover has three plastic screw nuts that can be taken out with any screwdriver or even a quarter if you have no tools. Good luck!
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