Comparison table of input signals

The following table represents a comparison point to the data read out from PST 2 on the vehicle, and should simplify diagnosis and

Boundary conditions - Both doors closed

Ignition switched on

Central locking system variant code in

Doors not locked

Switch position

Text

open

radio contact open

open

input 1 open

closed

terminal 15 signal available

closed

alarm horn connected

closed

driver's side not secured

closed

passenger's side not secured

closed

driver's side not locked

closed

passenger's side not locked

open

door on driver's side closed

open

door on passenger's side closed

open

door lock barrel not actuated

open

central locking system not actuated

Switch position

Text

closed

terminal 86 S signal available

closed

immobilizer active

open

signal from airbag not available

open

front luggage compartment closed (front lid)

open

rear luggage compartment closed (rear lid)

open

convertible top/sliding roof closed

open

oddments tray'open

open

convertible top compartment lid open

open

button 1 on the radio transmitter not actuated

open

button 2 on the radio transmitter not actuated

Note

The information in the comparison table applies for vehicles with the safe function. The safe function is not provided for all countries (e.g. USA). In this case Driver's side secured and Passenger's side secured will be displayed in the PST 2. In vehicles with the safe function, this display would indicate an error in the door

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