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Re: Grand Scenic Electronic Handbrake Stripdown Plus Photos

Has anyone sorted this?
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Re: Grand Scenic Electronic Handbrake Stripdown Plus Photos

If everyone would post comprehensive articles like this, there would be much less need to hover in the internet world desperately searching answers... (In other words, thank you!)

Inspite of very detailed case description, I'd like to get a bit deeper asking the value for the shunt (current sensing) resistor since mine is partially merged to oxygen (I can't see any markings).

Another thing is this position sensor (inclinometer). What is its function? Will the handbrake still work when the car is parked on its roof in to the ditch? I was just thinking whether the brake works when it is investigated in some other than "normal" position.
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Re: Grand Scenic Electronic Handbrake Stripdown Plus Photos

The inclinometer, I believe is to assist with hill starts.
Is this the same thing as the position sensor, which stops the system motoring too far & jamming?
Re the resistor, try spraying with WD40 or silicon oil, it often helps readability of faded legends.
Fortunately, I've never had to repair one, but I'm learning, just in case.

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Re: Grand Scenic Electronic Handbrake Stripdown Plus Photos

I do not think WD40 or any other medicin would do the trick in this case. Resistor is clearly kaputt; infinte ohms.
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