Test point

Switch, door secured on right 1. Disconnect plug connection X 12 (passenger's side). Fault code 43 ^ ohmmeter at pin 26 (sleeve side) and pin A3,

Note

There is another plug connection in the door on the door lock module. If no fault is found, test directly on the door lock module between pins

Fault, fault code

Possible causes, elimination, notes

Test point 43

Switch, door secured on

Fault code 44

1. Disconnect plug connection X 11 (driver's side).

2. Ohmmeter at pin 26 (sleeve side) and pin A3.

Note

There is another plug connection in the door on the door lock module. If no fault is found, test directly on the door lock module between pins

Test point 44

Servo motor, central locking system Positive short Fault code 45

1. Pull off plug II at the alarm control unit.

2. Disconnect plug connection X 11 (driver's side).

3. Disconnect plug connection X 12 (passenger's side).

4. Switch on the ignition.

5. Voltmeter at plug II pin 9 and ground.

6. Voltmeter at plug II pin 3 and ground.

7. Switch off the ignition.

8. Ohmmeter at plug connection X 11 pin 19 and pin 20 (sleeve side).

9. Ohmmeter at plug connection X 12 pin 19 and pin 20 (sleeve side). Display: 5 - 7 Q at 20 °C

Event memory

The event memory stores the contact or triggering type that triggered the alarm. The priming type is also saved at the same time.

A maximum of 10 events can be saved. If another event is added, the oldest one is deleted. The event with the highest number is the most

An alarm can be triggered by the following com-

Door contact, driver

Door contact, passenger

Central locking contact "locked", driver

Central locking contact "locked", passenger

Luggage compartment lid, front

Luggage compartment lid, rear

Radio contact

External switch contact 1

External switch contact 2

Oddments tray

Switch, convertible top

Switch, convertible top compartment cover

Alarm horn

Passenger compartment monitoring Terminal 15 on

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