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W211 Dual Battery System W211 Dual Battery System
319 HO BCM (ACB-ICC) 11-29-02
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Program Highlights Program Highlights
• Power distribution
- pre-fuse diagram
- pre-fuse locations
• Dual battery on-board electrical system components
- systems battery
- auxiliary battery
- battery control module
- auxiliary battery relay
- cut-off relay for interruptible loads
- polyswitch fuse
• Dual battery functional description
- normal modes
- failure modes
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W211 Dual Battery System Function W211 Dual Battery System Function
An auxiliary battery supplies electrical energy for a
limited time if the systems battery voltage is low.
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Systems Battery (G1) Systems Battery (G1)
Location: (G1) installed in trunk