W204 C63 0mph and ABS,ESP Issue

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A friend of mine has a 2008 W204 C63 AMG and when it rained recently water got into the drivers footwell (wasn’t that much, just got the accelerator pedal slightly wet)

He’s managed to dry it out but the instrument cluster shows 0mph even when he’s driving and the ESP, ABS and cruise control are now inoperative. Was just wondering is this a wheel speed sensor issue?

My diagnostic tool shows ESP/ABS communication errors but I know my diagnostic tool isn’t great at communicating with that module anyways

A friend in America is also experiencing the same issue on his C300 Petrol V6 - haven’t done a diagnostic on that one.

TIA
 
A friend of mine has a 2008 W204 C63 AMG and when it rained recently water got into the drivers footwell (wasn’t that much, just got the accelerator pedal slightly wet)

He’s managed to dry it out but the instrument cluster shows 0mph even when he’s driving and the ESP, ABS and cruise control are now inoperative. Was just wondering is this a wheel speed sensor issue?

My diagnostic tool shows ESP/ABS communication errors but I know my diagnostic tool isn’t great at communicating with that module anyways

A friend in America is also experiencing the same issue on his C300 Petrol V6 - haven’t done a diagnostic on that one.

TIA

Maybe a water related issue, but I have just had a similar ABS warning issues on my C63. It turned out it was a wheel speed sensor, sorted by Olly and team at Prestige Car Service in Horndean 👍 Along with the sump / block oil leak, power steering pump, engine and gearbox mounts etc etc :rolleyes:
 
Maybe a water related issue, but I have just had a similar ABS warning issues on my C63. It turned out it was a wheel speed sensor, sorted by Olly and team at Prestige Car Service in Horndean 👍 Along with the sump / block oil leak, power steering pump, engine and gearbox mounts etc etc :rolleyes:
Changed the wheel speed sensors and battery (was showing low voltage) - same issue. Also cleaned the canbus wiring from corrosion etc to no avail. When disconnecting the ESP module connector the faults go for a few miles, then suddenly comes back out of nowhere (no pending faults). Weird one to be honest
 

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