As it’s an aftermarket kit you will need to take the bumper off and hunt inside the interior for the module. The connection point will be located inside the interior at the module.
With a factory kit, the connection point will be located outside so that you can easily take the bumper away from...
Is yours the W209 model?
I can spot working OEM mirrors (glass) just from pictures.
Quick search on eBay.
The button I am talking about is for the factory parking sensors. With aftermarket kits, I find the easiest way is to replace the whole system. Aftermarket kits are very cheap nowadays.
Factory parking sensors usually allow the diagnostic software to pinpoint the faulty sensor, so handy when it...
I only know about the pre-facelift headlights. All headlights have the projector. Headlight 3 is easy to spot, headlight 1 and 2... you can only tell by checking the inside wiring.
Headlight 1 - Halogen
Headlight 2 - Xenon
Headlight 3 - Xenon + Active curve
7 amps... awesome (super high drain), it should be something easy to find. You need to set up the car again with the multi meter hooked up on the battery. Also leave yourself access to the fuse boxes, then pull fuses and see which one lowers the amp drain on the multi meter.
You need to find the resting amp draw for a key off position, then let us know the reading.
Loads of videos on YouTube. It requires you to wire up a multi meter on the negative terminate side of the battery to get a reading.
Just tested the car.
Moving from comfort to sport 1/2... no lowering. The car raised and lowered fine with the raise button, and I have no fault codes.
I assume lowering (when switching to sport 1/2) may take place once the vehicle is in motion.
Busy with work but checked the manual (page 250).
'The vehicle level is lowered by 15 mm in the sports damping program'. No mention of further lowering in sport 2 mode. So based on my memory and the manual, you only get 15 mm lowering once you are out of comfort mode.
I have a lowering control...