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It can happen to anyone, you’re driving in Blue Ash in difficult road conditions and a light comes on on your Mercedes-Benz dashboard that says “ESP®,” or Electronic Stability Program. When your car needs to be stabilized while cornering, oversteering, understeering, or slipping, this program activates by using several sensors. When activated, the ESP® light comes on. Learn more about how the ESP® lights in Mercedes-Benz work, and how to reset them from the Mercedes-Benz service experts at Mercedes-Benz of Cincinnati.
The way the ESP® works in your Mercedes-Benz is fairly easy to understand. Essentially the ESP® works by using ABS sensors to monitor the rotation speed of each wheel. When a particular wheel rotates at a faster speed compared to the other wheels, this means that there can be a problem. The wheel could be slipping, or there could be another issue. The ESP® then applies the brakes to the wheel that is spinning more quickly to slow it, stabilizing the car while you drive around Montgomery.
Your ESP® light can signal several different conditions. It normally means your ESP® is engaged, but there are some special conditions that we’ve listed below:
Your ESP® Light is Flashing:
Your ESP® Light Stays on all the Time:
If your ESP® light stays on all the time because the ESP® system has been turned off, it’s easy to reset the ESP® system and turn the light off. Follow the steps below, and the light should be reset:
If the light still won’t turn off, there may be some other malfunction that your car is alerting you to. Take your Mercedes-Benz to our service center, and we will happily help you.
We hope that our guide to the ESP® light Mercedes-Benz system helped you find out what you needed. Still have questions? Don’t hesitate to contact us!