DEF Tank Heater Kit for Freightliner Sprinter with KP2

Code: MB.1142.S1.00.20-1

Direct Replacement

Manufacturer: XeMODeX
Shipping:Free Express Shipping
Service Type: Direct Replacement
XeMODeX Part Number:MB.1142.S3.00.20
Availability:In Stock
Reload Required?No. Plug and Play Installation
Warranty:Lifetime Limited Warranty

XeMODeX Price:  $549.00

In Stock

Application

Application

2010 – 2014 FreightlinerSprinter 2500 with KP2 option
2010 – 2014 FreightlinerSprinter 3500 with KP2 option

What you need to know (please read before ordering)

What you need to know (please read before ordering)

Important: This repair kit will fit Sprinter Vans 2500 and 3500 with the DEF tank mounted in the engine compartment, known as the KP2 option. If the tank in your vehicle is mounted on the frame under the cargo area, then please choose the repair kit for Sprinter Vans without the KP2 option here.

Please Note: Our kit will not resolve problems with the diagnostic trouble code P20B9. This code refers to the heated urea supply line, also known as heater “A”. The entire line between the pump and the dosing module will have to be replaced in order for this code to clear.

This is a Brand New Replacement Heater Kit for your SCR Tank. It comes with the heating element, and level sensor with integrated temperature sensor. After processing your order we will ship the module to the shipping address you provided.

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The order will be processed during our regular business hours (Mon-Fri 8:30 – 5:00 EST). If the order is submitted after 4:30 PM EST it will be processed and shipped next business day.

Features:

Plug & Play: This DEF tank repair kit is plug and play. No software reload or calibration is required.

Free Express Shipping: Free express shipping to anywhere in the world. Express is typically overnight within Canada and the USA, 2-3 days to Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. Actual delivery times might vary depending on location.

Upgraded Components: Many of the components are specially designed and manufactured to be better than OEM. See here for more information.

Easy Installation: The kit is fully assembled and includes factory electrical connectors as well as the tank lid. Simply remove the old heater assembly from the plastic heating pot and replace it with our kit. To help you accomplish this task we’ve included a special XeMODeX tool that is used to remove the retaining star washers from inside the pot and to remove the 6” plastic nut from the tank. Click here for replacement instructions.

Lifetime Limited Warranty: This module comes with our Lifetime Limited Warranty. Please see here for more information.

Reference Numbers

Reference Numbers

9064701715 | A9064701715

Common Failure Symptoms

Common Failure Symptoms

Level Sensor Failure: The following codes indicate that there is a defect in the level sensor inside the tank:
• 203C11
• 203D12
• 4BAC
• 4D10
• P203A
• P203D
• P209F
• Code description: “Reducing Agent Active Tank Fill Level Sensor Signal”

Temperature Sensor Failure: The following codes indicate that there is a defect in the temperature sensor inside the tank:
• 46F4
• 46F9
• 4D32
• P205B
• P205C

Heating Element Failure: The following codes indicate that there is a defect in the heating element inside the tank:
• P209F
• P20BD
• P20BE
• P20BE1B
• Code description: “Reductant Tank Heater “B” Control Circuit Performance

There are 3 separate heating elements in the DEF/SCR system. They are known as heater “A”, “B” , and “C”. The heating element our kit replaces is heater “B”.

How This Service Works

How This Service Works

Step 1: Purchase the DEF tank repair kit online or over the phone.
Step 2: We will send you the kit the same day of processing your order.
Step 3: You install the module into your vehicle.

FAQ

FAQ

I have code P20B9. Will your repair kit resolve this code?
No. Our kit will not resolve problems with the diagnostic trouble code P20B9. This code refers to the heated urea supply line, also known as heater “A”. The entire line between the pump and the dosing module will have to be replaced in order for this code to clear.

Do you supply the heated supply line that would address heater “A” failures?
Not at this time, but we may have something in the future.

When pulling down the DEF tank, I accidentally broke the DEF pump nipple. Do you have a fix?
Yes! This has become such a common occurrence that we’ve designed and manufacture a DEF pump nipple replacement. It can be found here.

I heard wire soldering is required for your repair kit. Is that true?
Not anymore. The first generation of these DEF tank repair kits did require wire soldering, but in our constant efforts to improve we now supply the repair kits as complete assemblies that fit snugly in your OEM DEF tank heating pot. No wire soldering is required. The most difficult part of the job will be taking down the tank.

Do you have instructions on how to take down the tank?
We’re working on it, but due to the many variations in the DEF tanks we supply parts for, we haven’t yet put together removal instructions for the DEF tank. If you’re having trouble, we recommend getting your vehicle to a specialist so they can help.
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Do you have a repair kit for the passive tank as well?
No. Passive tank level sensor failures aren’t nearly as common, and they’re not as simple to replace. We do though have a repair service for the passive tank. Details vary, so please contact us for more information.

Do you have replacement DEF pumps?
Yes we do. They can be found here.

DEF Tank Repair Kit Installation Instructions

DEF Tank Repair Kit Installation Instructions

DEF Tank Diagnostics

DEF Tank Failure Symptoms

DEF Tank Failure Symptoms