SCN Coding Fixed Mercedes GLK 2014 Remaining Starts 10

My Mercedes Benz 2014 GLK 250 has 2800 miles. And three weeks ago check engine light came on followed by "Remaining Starts: 10"


Got it fixed today.

I checked Adblue level, tried resetting, tested for low flow, removed injector to measure flow, checked pump delivery pressure, pressure tested system for leaks, recalibrated fill level, checked for intake leaks and air filters for contamination. All checks within spec but the fault codes remained.

Problem was fixed by performing online SCN coding of the SCR module with the newest MB SD Connect c4 unit and Dell d630 laptop. Maybe the factory forgot to code the SCR module to our VINs. All seems fine now. Will let everyone know if the problem comes back.

It’s very easy to process SCN coding, once find out where the problem locate and the useful solution.

This is the online coding service instruction i got from

1.Place an order on the online coding service.
2.Contact our online customer service to process this online coding.
3.Prepare MB STAR C3/SDConnect C4, car, laptop and teamviewer.
4. Select the car model and programming system (eg, headlight XALWA-L)
5.Select CONTROL unit adaptations
6.Choose offline program (CONTROL MODULE PROGRAMMING) then (SCN coding)
7.Provide us your teamviewer User ID and password.
8.Login server (DALMLER)
9.Login server and finish SCN coding automatically

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