Fault memory

Overview of possible faults

Door(s) secured and terminal 15 on Door lock barrel closed, activated longer

Door lock barrel open, activated longer than

Door lock barrel closed Short to ground

Door lock barrel open Short to ground

Door lock barrel open/closed

Button, central locking system closed

Button, central locking system open

Button, central locking system open/closed

Power failure, terminal 30 with active alarm

Power failure during alarm output

Wrong door lock module

Door on left secured but not locked

Door on right secured but not locked

Control module faulty

Signal from airbag Short to B+

Signal from airbag Short to ground

Power window control Short to ground

Status lead, signal converter

Status lead, signal converter

W-lead (DME - immobilizer) interruption Passenger compartment monitoring sensor,

W-lead (DME - immobilizer) short to B+ No terminal 86 S recognised

(new coding required)

(re-teaching required)

Passenger compartment monitoring sensor

Passenger compartment monitoring sensor

Signal converter faulty Signal converter, coil fault Transponder pill faulty or not present Wrong key or wrong transponder pill Release on passenger's side jams Release on driver's side jams Short to B+ on a drive motor

Central locking system synchronisation

Signal from airbag detected

K-line

Radio transmitter code Alarm siren

Door lock barrel open, activated longer than 60s

EPROM fault (Checksum)

Tilt sensor not in normal position

No current in tank drive motor despite relay actuation

Central locking end position safe not reached

Central locking end position locked not reached

Central locking end position unlocked not reached

Unknown fault code

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