H3 2006

3.5L L5 VIN 6 Auto 2

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Trouble Code: B2532



Front Fog Lamps Control Circuit Low

Possible Causes:



When the BCM receives a front fog lamp switch OFF command and the front fog lamp relay control circuit is shorted to ground
 
When the BCM receives a front fog lamp switch ON command and the front fog lamp relay control circuit is shorted to voltage or open
 

Trouble Code: B2533



Front Fog Lamps Control Circuit High

Possible Causes:



When the BCM receives a front fog lamp switch OFF command and the front fog lamp relay control circuit is shorted to ground
 
When the BCM receives a front fog lamp switch ON command and the front fog lamp relay control circuit is shorted to voltage or open
 

Trouble Code: B2557



Passenger Compartment Lamp Control Circuit Low

Possible Causes:



When the BCM receives a courtesy lamp illumination request signal and the inadvertent power supply voltage circuit is shorted to ground
 
When the BCM is not receiving a courtesy lamp illumination request signal and the inadvertent power supply voltage circuit is shorted to voltage
 
There is a loss of the underhood fuse block truck body controller (TBC) battery supply voltage to the BCM for more than 1 second.
 

Trouble Code: B2558



Passenger Compartment Lamp Control Circuit High

Possible Causes:



When the BCM receives a courtesy lamp illumination request signal and the inadvertent power supply voltage circuit is shorted to ground
 
When the BCM is not receiving a courtesy lamp illumination request signal and the inadvertent power supply voltage circuit is shorted to voltage
 
There is a loss of the underhood fuse block truck body controller (TBC) battery supply voltage to the BCM for more than 1 second.
 

Trouble Code: B2575



Headlamp Control Circuit

Possible Causes:



When the BCM receives a command to illuminate the headlamps and the headlamp low beam relay control circuit is open or shorted to voltage
 
When the BCM does not receive a command to illuminate the headlamps and the headlamp low beam relay control circuit is shorted to ground
 

Trouble Code: B2582



Headlamp High Beam Control Circuit Low

Possible Causes:



When the BCM receives a high beam headlamp OFF command and the high beam headlamp relay control circuit is shorted to ground
 
When the BCM receives a high beam headlamp ON command and the high beam headlamp relay control circuit is shorted to voltage or open
 

Trouble Code: B2583



Headlamp High Beam Control Circuit High

Possible Causes:



When the BCM receives a high beam headlamp OFF command and the high beam headlamp relay control circuit is shorted to ground
 
When the BCM receives a high beam headlamp ON command and the high beam headlamp relay control circuit is shorted to voltage or open
 

Trouble Code: B2602



Daytime Running Lamp Control Circuit Low or Open

Possible Causes:



One of the following conditions must occur:
 
The DRL relay control circuit is open, shorted to ground, or shorted to voltage.
 
The DRL relay coil is open.
 
The battery positive voltage to the DRL relay is open.
 

Trouble Code: B2603



Daytime Running Lamp Control Circuit High

Possible Causes:



One of the following conditions must occur:
 
The DRL relay control circuit is open, shorted to ground, or shorted to voltage.
 
The DRL relay coil is open.
 
The battery positive voltage to the DRL relay is open.
 

Trouble Code: B2622



Dimming Display Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) Input Circuit Low

Possible Causes:



When the BCM receives an I/P controls illumination lamp request signal and the I/P lamps supply voltage circuit is shorted to ground
 
When the BCM is not receiving an I/P controls illumination lamp request signal and the I/P lamps supply voltage circuit is shorted to voltage
 

Trouble Code: B2623



Dimming Display Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) Input Circuit High

Possible Causes:



When the BCM receives an I/P controls illumination lamp request signal and the I/P lamps supply voltage circuit is shorted to ground
 
When the BCM is not receiving an I/P controls illumination lamp request signal and the I/P lamps supply voltage circuit is shorted to voltage
 

Trouble Code: B2647



Ambient Light Sensor Circuit Low

Possible Causes:



When the ambient light sensor signal voltage is less than 1.75 volts
 
When the ambient light sensor signal voltage is more than 4.9 volts
 

Trouble Code: B2648



Ambient Light Sensor Circuit High

Possible Causes:



When the ambient light sensor signal voltage is less than 1.75 volts
 
When the ambient light sensor signal voltage is more than 4.9 volts
 

Trouble Code: B2707



Gearshift Unlock Circuit Low

Possible Causes:



The BCM detects the control circuit of the shift lock control solenoid is grounded or opened for a minimum of 1 second.
 

Trouble Code: B2708



Gearshift Unlock Circuit High

Possible Causes:



The BCM detects a short to voltage at the control circuit driver of the automatic transmission shift lock control solenoid for a minimum of 1 second.
 

Trouble Code: B2725



ATC Mode Switch Circuit Malfunction

Possible Causes:



The system constantly monitors the voltage on switch signal circuit.
 
If the system detects a voltage level under 0.3 volt or greater than 0.75 volts for 60 seconds, the DTC is logged.
 

Trouble Code: B3855



Rollover Sensor Performance

Possible Causes:



DTC B3855 will set when one of the following conditions occur:
 
A valid ID message is not received within 5 seconds of the ROS being powered up.
 
A status message is not received.
 
DTC B3856 will set when one of the following conditions occur:
 
The SDM has received a NOK message from the ROS.
 
A ROS internal fault exists for a 127 ignition cycles.
 
DTC B3857 will set when the SDM has received an ID message from the ROS that does not match the ID stored in the SDM memory.
 

Trouble Code: B3856



Discard Rollover Sensor

Possible Causes:



DTC B3855 will set when one of the following conditions occur:
 
A valid ID message is not received within 5 seconds of the ROS being powered up.
 
A status message is not received.
 
DTC B3856 will set when one of the following conditions occur:
 
The SDM has received a NOK message from the ROS.
 
A ROS internal fault exists for a 127 ignition cycles.
 
DTC B3857 will set when the SDM has received an ID message from the ROS that does not match the ID stored in the SDM memory.
 

Trouble Code: B3857



Incorrect Rollover Sensor Installed

Possible Causes:



DTC B3855 will set when one of the following conditions occur:
 
A valid ID message is not received within 5 seconds of the ROS being powered up.
 
A status message is not received.
 
DTC B3856 will set when one of the following conditions occur:
 
The SDM has received a NOK message from the ROS.
 
A ROS internal fault exists for a 127 ignition cycles.
 
DTC B3857 will set when the SDM has received an ID message from the ROS that does not match the ID stored in the SDM memory.
 

Trouble Code: C0110



Pump Motor Circuit

Possible Causes:



The ABS pump runs continuously for 178 seconds.
 
The EBCM detects an open in the pump motor circuit when the pump motor is activated.
 

Trouble Code: C0130



Low Brake Fluid Circuit Open

Possible Causes:



The EBCM detects an open in the low brake fluid circuit.
 

Trouble Code: C0131



Antilock Brake System (ABS) Pressure Circuit

Possible Causes:



The accumulator internal power supply is out of range.
 
The accumulator pressure sensor value changes more than 15 MPa in 0.08 second.
 
The accumulator pressure signal fails to change at least 0.12 MPa during the accumulator pressure test.
 
The EBCM detects that the accumulator pressure signal is too low when the vehicle is driven.
 

Trouble Code: C0136



Base Brake System Pressure Circuit

Possible Causes:



When vehicle speed is more than 7 km/h (4 mph), the master cylinder pressure does not change for 30 seconds with the brake applied.
 
When vehicle speed is more than 10 km/h (6 mph), the master cylinder pressure signal is erratic.
 
Master cylinder pressure signal is out of range.
 
Master cylinder pressure is high for 5 seconds with the stop lamp switch signal OFF.
 

Trouble Code: C0161



ABS Brake Switch Circuit

Possible Causes:



Stop switch is on and vehicle speed is greater than 15 km/h (9 mph) for 15 minutes continuously.
 

Trouble Code: C0179



System Thermal High

Possible Causes:



The estimated solenoid coil temperature reaches the temperature limit.
 

Trouble Code: C0186



Lateral Accelerometer Circuit

Possible Causes:



C0186
 
Lateral acceleration does not change when reducing speed from 30 km/h to 0 km/h and the condition occurs 16 times in a row
 
Yaw rate, lateral and longitudinal acceleration do not correlate with the vehicle stationary
 
Yaw rate, lateral and longitudinal acceleration do not correlate based on estimated wheel speed.
 
Combination sensor fails an internal self test.
 
Ignition voltage to the yaw/lateral combination sensor is less than 9.5 volts.
 
Communication is lost between the EBCM and the combination sensor.
 

Trouble Code: C0191



Four Wheel Drive (4WD) Reference Accelerometer Circuit

Possible Causes:



The 5-volt reference to the longitudinal accelerometer is less than 4.4 volts or greater than 5.6 volts.
 
The longitudinal accelerometer output is greater than 1.5 g or less than -1.5 g for 1.2 seconds.
 
The longitudinal accelerometer output is greater than 1.5 g or less than -1.5 g for 7 200 ms periods during the same ignition cycle.
 
The longitudinal accelerometer output does not change when the vehicle decelerates from 30 km/h (19 mph) to 0 km/h. If the condition occurs 16 consecutive times, the DTC is set.
 

Trouble Code: C0196



Yaw Rate Circuit

Possible Causes:



C0196
 
Vehicle speed has reached at least 15 km/h (9 mph) from a stop more three times during the same ignition cycle. During the time the vehicle is stationary; the yaw rate signal value is more than 7 deg/sec for 2 seconds.
 
When vehicle speed is more than 25 km/h (16 mph) in a turn the difference between the yaw rate, steering angle, lateral acceleration, and wheel speed sensor values are not correlated three consecutive times.
 
Yaw rate changes greater than 20 deg/sec in 6 ms four times in one second.
 
Combination sensor fails an internal self test.
 
Ignition voltage to the combination sensor is less than 9.5 volts.
 
Communication is lost between the EBCM and the combination sensor.
 

Trouble Code: C0201



Antilock Brake System (ABS) Enable Relay Contact Circuit

Possible Causes:



One or more of the following conditions exists:
 
The EBCM detects an open in the battery positive voltage circuit to the solenoid valve relay.
 
The EBCM detects a stuck open solenoid valve relay or an open circuit between the solenoid valve relay and solenoid valves.
 
The EBCM detects an open in the battery positive voltage circuit to the solenoid valve relay.
 
The EBCM detects that one or more of the pump motor relays is off when commanded on.
 

Trouble Code: C0244



Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) Delivered Torque

Possible Causes:



Pulse signals from the Delivered Torque signal are not detected or are abnormal.
 
The Duty Cycle is less than 5 percent or more than 95 percent.
 

Trouble Code: C0245



Wheel Speed Sensor Frequency Error

Possible Causes:



The difference between 2 wheel speeds exceeds 20 percent.
 
The fault must be present for greater than 60 seconds.
 

Trouble Code: C0267



Low Brake Fluid Indicated

Possible Causes:



The EBCM detects low brake fluid.
 

Trouble Code: C0268



Class 2 Data Error Reported

Possible Causes:



The PCM or BCM diagnoses a condition preventing the engine control portion of the traction control function and sends a serial data message to the EBCM indicating that torque reduction is not allowed. The PCM or BCM will typically set a DTC and the EBCM will set this DTC.
 

Trouble Code: C0276



Transmission Control Module (TCM) Traction Control Not Allowed

Possible Causes:



The transfer case selected range has been reported as invalid by the transfer case control module (TCCM).
 
The rear differential status has been reported as locked by the TCCM when the vehicle speed is greater than 50 km/h (31 mph) for 10 seconds.
 

Trouble Code: C0550



Electronic Control Unit (ECU) Performance

Possible Causes:



An internal EBCM malfunction exists.
 

Trouble Code: C0558



Calibration Data Not Programmed/Learned, vehicle configuration not programmed

Possible Causes:



The EBCM has not been programmed.
 

Trouble Code: C0710



Steering Position Signal

Possible Causes:



Vehicle speed is greater than 15 km/h (9 mph), the steering angle does not change more than 10 degrees in 20 seconds and the yaw rate is 8.6 degrees/sec or more.
 
The digital and analog steering wheel position signals do not correlate.
 

Trouble Code: C0750



Left Front Low Tire Pressure Sensor

Possible Causes:



Any given sensor does not go into drive mode.
 
Any given sensor does not transmit for 5 minutes.
 

Trouble Code: C0755



Right Front Low Tire Pressure Sensor

Possible Causes:



Any given sensor does not go into drive mode.
 
Any given sensor does not transmit for 5 minutes.
 

Trouble Code: C0760



Left Rear Low Tire Pressure Sensor

Possible Causes:



Any given sensor does not go into drive mode.
 
Any given sensor does not transmit for 5 minutes.
 

 
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