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Components of the Adaptive Chassis Control - DCC - and fitting locations

1 – Shock absorber damping adjustment button -E387-
Fitting location: in front of gear lever in centre console

The shock absorber damping adjustment button -E387- sets the system to three different modes:

  • Standard
  • Sport
  • Comfort

The operating sequence is -Normal- > -Sport- > -Comfort- > -Normal- > …
In the shock absorber damping adjustment button -E387-, the fields -Sport- and -Comfort- are back-lit with a yellow function LED when the selection of the corresponding mode is active.
When -Normal- mode is selected, the shock absorber damping adjustment button -E387- is not illuminated.

2 – Shock absorber with rear right shock absorber damper adjustment valve -N339-.
3 – Electronically controlled damping control unit -J250-
Fitting location: behind luggage compartment trim on right side
If the electronically controlled damping control unit -J250- is renewed, the basic setting of the adaptive chassis control DCC must be performed.
4 – Body acceleration sender, rear -G343-
Fitting location: on rear left shock absorber mount
5 – Shock absorber with rear left shock absorber damper adjustment valve -N338-.
6 – Rear left vehicle level sender -G76-
If the rear left vehicle level sender -G76- is removed and installed, the basic setting of the adaptive chassis control DCC must be performed ? 7 – Front left body acceleration sender -G341-
8 – Shock absorber with front left shock absorber damper adjustment valve -N336-
9 – Front left vehicle level sender -G78- and front right vehicle level sender -G289-
If the rear left vehicle level sender -G78- and front right vehicle level sender -G289- are removed and installed, the basic setting of the adaptive chassis control DCC must be performed
10 – Shock absorber with front right shock absorber damper adjustment valve -N337-
11 – Front right body acceleration sender -G342-

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