For those who have a Mercedes-Benz, they may be aware that they have an Electronic Steering Lock (ESL), which is all part of the extensive security systems running throughout the car. This is a feature that essentially prevents the steering wheel from being used if the car is off. Yet eventually, through wear and tear, the Electronic Steering Lock (ESL) can break down. Then you’ll need to be able to have the right team diagnose the actual problem, see what type of damage has been done and eventually repair it.
It’s not just as simple as replacing the worn component. When it comes to repairing the Steering Lock in the Mercedes-Benz, you’ll first need to fix the part that’s broken or the entire Electronic Steering Lock (ESL) itself. After that has been completed (The repair or replacement), you’ll need our expertise to be able to reprogram the Steering Lock/Emulator to your car specifically. This is only possible with those shops or locksmiths that have the right type of reprogramming and diagnostic tool, which we do have.
After the Electronic Steering Lock (ESL) has been fixed or replaced and then reprogrammed, one of our technicians will need to do a systemwide check to ensure that there are no other security issues and everything is functioning properly. This can be inclusive of checking the car keys, alarm system and even the immobilizer.
It also matters what make and model year your Mercedes-Benz is, as that can affect how long the repair time is. You won’t know what the extent or costs will be with a repair on your Electronic Steering Lock (ESL), so always reach out to us, and we’ll do our best to give you as close and accurate a quote as possible. We do guarantee that we can fix or replace it and most likely save a significant amount in the process.