ABS Fault Codes

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ABS Fault Codes

Postby Trev. » Fri 03 Oct 2008 10:59 pm

Code 2-6 - Faulty stoplight switch or wiring. Fuse A5 blown or not fitted

Code 2-7 - Continuous supply to ECU with ignition off. Faulty valve relay or wiring

Code 2-8 - No voltage to ABS solenoid valves. Faulty valve relay or wiring.

Code 2-12 - Front right, too large an air gap or the sensor has been forced out by exciter ring.
Code 2-13 - Rear left, too large an air gap or the sensor has been forced out by exciter ring.
Code 2-14 - Front left, too large an air gap or the sensor has been forced out by exciter ring.
Code 2-15 - Rear right, too large an air gap or the sensor has been forced out by exciter ring.

Code 3-0 to 3-9 - Open circuit in connection from ECU to solenoid valve in booster, or in ECU

Code 4-0 to 4-9 - Short circuit to earth in connection from ECU to solenoid valve in booster

Code 4-12 - Front right, wiring to sensor broken or sensor resistance too high.
Code 4-13 - Rear left, wiring to sensor broken or sensor resistance too high.
Code 4-14 - Front left, wiring to sensor broken or sensor resistance too high.
Code 4-15 - Rear right, wiring to sensor broken or sensor resistance too high.

Code 5-0 to 5-9 - Short circuit to 12volt in connection from ECU to solenoid valve in booster, possible earth fault.

Code 5-12 - Front right, intermittent fault with sensor or wiring
Code 5-13 - Rear left, intermittent fault with sensor or wiring
Code 5-14 - Front left, intermittent fault with sensor or wiring
Code 5-15 - Rear right, intermittent fault with sensor or wiring

Code 6-0 to 6-9 - Short circuit between two connection from ECU to solenoid valve in booster.

Code 6-12 - Front right, no output from sensor, sensor may have too large an air gap.
Code 6-13 - Rear left, no output from sensor, sensor may have too large an air gap.
Code 6-14 - Front left, no output from sensor, sensor may have too large an air gap.
Code 6-15 - Rear right, no output from sensor, sensor may have too large an air gap.
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