James Schneider

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  1. CLICK PICTURE TO ENLARGE!! I apologize for the delayed response. I have been swamped till this week. The problem was in the n65 or pulse control module. I have attached a picture. I hope this is helpful.
  2. Thank you both very much for the help. The PSE pump does show signs of water damage, but the draw was still present with the pump unplugged. I removed the cover on the fuse panel and accessed the pulse module. I unplugged the 4 pin connector labeled A and the draw went away!
  3. VIN: WDBKK47F2XF118349 Production Month / Vehicle Year: February / 1999 Production Month / Vehicle Year: February / 1999 Make: Mercedes Benz Model: SLK230 Engine: Engine 111 Supercharged Transmission: Automatic 5-Speed Mileage: 85919 Affected System: Chassis / Suspension / Brakes Brakes ABS/ASR/DSC/Brake Assist Description of Issue: Unknown Scan Tool: Autologic (Blue Box)Traced battery draw to ABS hydraulic pump circuit. Found that 300mA draw is sourced at fuse 3, 50 amp near battery. I have not been able to locate a good wiring diagram for this harness. I have disconnected ABS pump, BAS module, and brake switch individually without a change to the draw. Is there something that i am missing on this circuit?