Vehicle not secured

Driver's side not secured Passenger's side not secured

If the display of the PST2 deviates from this information or if the servo motor does not react, a fault is present in the supply lead or in the

Pull plugs I and II off the control module Pull plug off door lock on passenger's side

Voltmeter at alarm system control module plug II pin 3 and ground

Ohmmeter at alarm system control module plug II pin 3 and ground Ohmmeter on alarm system control module plug II pin 3 and plug on

Voltmeter at alarm system control module plug I pin 28 and ground Ohmmeter at alarm system control module plug I pin 28 and ground Ohmmeter at alarm system control module plug I pin 28 and plug on

Pull plug off switch for central locking

Voltmeter at alarm system control module plug I pin 29 and ground Ohmmeter at alarm system control module plug I pin 29 and ground Ohmmeter at alarm system control module plug I pin 29 and plug on

If no faults are detected in the wire, replace the door lock on the

Test point 43

Driver-side release stuck Fault code 44

This fault is stored if the safe servo motor cannot be actuated, the safe contact (microswitch) is not connected to ground after release, or the alarm system control module is coded incorrectly (country coding).

1. Check the country coding in the menu item Coding

2. Select (Drive links) "Secure doors" with PST 2, and check whether the

If the servo motors react, select "Driver's side secured" and "Passenger's side secured" in the menu item Input signals, and close

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