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Service Manual Trucks

35 Lighting Control Module (LCM) Fault Codes VN, VHD VERSION2


Group

PV776-20 033682

Foreword
The descriptions and service procedures contained in this manual are based on designs and methods studies carried out up to August 2005. The products are under continuous development. Vehicles and components produced after the above date may therefore have different specifications and repair methods. When this is believed to have a significant bearing on this manual, supplementary service bulletins will be issued to cover the changes. The new edition of this manual will update the changes. In service procedures where the title incorporates an operation number, this is a reference to an V.S.T. (Volvo Standard Times). Service procedures which do not include an operation number in the title are for general information and no reference is made to an V.S.T. Each section of this manual contains specific safety information and warnings which must be reviewed before performing any procedure. If a printed copy of a procedure is made, be sure to also make a printed copy of the safety information and warnings that relate to that procedure. The following levels of observations, cautions and warnings are used in this Service Documentation: Note: Indicates a procedure, practice, or condition that must be followed in order to have the vehicle or component function in the manner intended. Caution: Indicates an unsafe practice where damage to the product could occur. Warning: Indicates an unsafe practice where personal injury or severe damage to the product could occur. Danger: Indicates an unsafe practice where serious personal injury or death could occur.

Volvo Trucks North America, Inc.


Greensboro, NC USA

Order number: PV776-20 033682

2005 Volvo Trucks North America, Inc., Greensboro, NC USA

All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in retrieval system, or transmitted in any forms by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without the prior written permission of Volvo Trucks North America, Inc..
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Contents
Specifications ....................................................................................... 3 Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions ........................... 3 Lighting Control Switch, Signal Descriptions ....................................... 7 Tools ...................................................................................................... 9 Special tools ........................................................................................ 9 Other special equipment ...................................................................... 9 Troubleshooting ................................................................................... MID 216 Light Control Module, Fault Codes ........................................ MID 216 SID 240 Program Memory .................................................... MID 216 SID 250 J1587/J1708 Information Link ................................. MID 216 SID 253 Calibration Memory EEPROM ................................ MID 216 SID 254 Control Unit ............................................................. MID 216 PSID 1 High Beam (Left Side) .............................................. MID 216 PSID 2 Low Beam (Left Side) ............................................... MID 216 PSID 3 High Beam (Right Side) ............................................ MID 216 PSID 4 Low Beam (Right Side) ............................................. MID 216 PSID 5 Fog Lights (Front) ..................................................... MID 216 PSID 7 Driving Lights ............................................................ MID 216 PSID 8 Reverse Lights .......................................................... MID 216 PSID 10 Brake Lights (Left Side) .......................................... MID 216 PSID 11 Brake Lights (Right Side) ........................................ MID 216 PSID 12 Brake Lights, Trailer ................................................ MID 216 PSID 13 Direction Indicator (Left Front) ................................ MID 216 PSID 14 Direction Indicator (Right Front) .............................. MID 216 PSID 17 Direction Indicator, Trailer (Left Side) ...................... MID 216 PSID 18 Direction Indicator, Trailer (Right Side) ................... MID 216 PSID 19 Relay, Intermittent Wiper ......................................... MID 216 PSID 19 Relay, Intermittent Wiper, Check ............................. MID 216 PSID 20 Dash Dimmer Control ............................................. MID 216 PSID 27 Snow Plow Lights ................................................... MID 216 PSID 28 Hazard Alarm .......................................................... MID 216 PSID 29 Hazard Light Indicator ............................................. MID 216 PSID 30 Hazard Light Switch ................................................ MID 216 PSID 29/30/42 Lighting Control Switch, Check ..................... MID 216 PSID 33 Stalk Switch High/Low Beam .................................. MID 216 PSID 34 Power Supply 1 ....................................................... MID 216 PSID 35 Power Supply 2 ....................................................... MID 216 PSID 36 Power Supply 3 ....................................................... MID 216 PSID 37 Power Supply 4 ....................................................... MID 216 PSID 38 Power Supply 5 ....................................................... MID 216 PSID 39 Power Supply 6 ....................................................... MID 216 PSID 40 Power Supply, Ignition ON ...................................... MID 216 PSID 41 Stalk Switch Direction Indicator .............................. MID 216 PSID 42 Rheostat, Dash Dimmer Control ............................. MID 216 PSID 45 Side Repeater (Right Side) ..................................... MID 216 PSID 46 Side Repeater (Left Side) ....................................... MID 216 PSID 48 Park and License Plate Lights, Tractor ................... MID 216 PSID 49 Roof Marker/Clearance Lights, Tractor ................... MID 216 PSID 50 Park Lights, Tractor Front ........................................ MID 216 PSID 51 Park Lights Relay, Trailer ........................................ MID 216 PSID 52 Retarder Indicator LED ........................................... MID 216 PSID 53 Marker (ICC) Trailer Relay ...................................... 11 11 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 36 37 39 40 41 42 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 1

MID 216 PSID 54 Marker Interrupt ...................................................... MID 216 PSID 55 Headlamp Interrupt ................................................. MID 216 PSID 57 Back of Cab Lights .................................................. MID 216 PSID 200 J1939 Data Link Interruption, Engine ECU ........... MID 216 PSID 201 J1939 Data Link Interruption, Vehicle ECU .......... Operation Numbers

71 72 73 74 74

Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Specifications

Specifications
Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions PC1 & LC1
Conditions:

Breakout box 9998699 connected to adapter 9990025 between the Light Control Module and wire harness. Ignition key in the drive position. Measuring voltage.

W3005335

V = direct current voltage (V) Vbat = battery voltage Terminal LC1_1 LC1_2 LC1_3 LC1_4 LC1_5 LC1_6 LC1_7 LC1_8 LC1_9 LC1_10 47 A125 52L 48 Circuit number Signal type Not connected Not connected Not connected Light switch 1 Not connected Not connected Allison retarder Marker interrupt Not connected Light switch 2 (LC1_10 - PC1_21) V 0 V V 3.5-Vbat V LC1_11 LC1_12 122L 964 Switch, hazard lights Contact, brake light (LC1_11 - PC1_21) (LC1_12 - PC1_21) V 0 V V 3.5-Vbat V V 0 V LC1_13 33A Stalk switch, high / low beams, switching (LC1_13 - PC1_21) V 3.5-Vbat V V 0 V (LC1_14 - PC1_21) (LC1_15 - PC1_21) V 3.5-Vbat V V 0 V LC1_16 112 Switch, turn signal light, left-hand position (LC1_16 - PC1_21) V 0 V V 3.5-Vbat V Secondary switch Brake pedal depressed Left-hand position Rest position Stalk switch in switch position Brake pedal depressed Position parking lights Position 0 Switch depressed (LC1_7 - PC1_21) (LC1_8 - PC1_21) (LC_4 - PC1_21) V 0 V Position 0 or parking lights Measurement points Nominal value Other

LC1_14 LC1_15

33C

Headlamp interrupt Contact, brake light

Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Specifications

Terminal LC1_17

Circuit number 113

Signal type Switch, turn signal light, right-hand position Brake light information, ECV feedback

Measurement points (LC1_17 - PC1_21)

Nominal value V 0 V V 3.5-Vbat V V 3.5-Vbat V V 0 V

Other Right-hand position Rest position

LC1_18

567A

(LC1_18 - PC1_21)

Brake pedal depressed

PC1_1 PC1_2 PC1_3

1G 33L 196L

Power supply 4 High beam, left Ignition key in the drive position

(PC1_1 - PC1_21) (PC1_2 - PC1_21) (PC1_3 - PC1_21)

V Vbat V Vbat V Vbat V 0 V High beams activated Ignition key in the drive position Ignition key in the off position / radio position / drive position Right turn signal light activated, trailer connected Right turn signal light activated

PC1_4

113C

Turn signal light, right, trailer

(PC1_4 - PC1_21)

V Vbat / 0 V (switching) V Vbat / 0 V (switching) V Vbat

PC1_5 PC1_6 PC1_7

113A-A

Side repeater, right Not connected

(PC1_5 - PC1_21)

37

Driving lights

(PC1_7 - PC1_21)

LCP in "Drive +" position and high beams activated

PC1_8 PC1_9 PC1_10 PC1_11 PC1_12 PC1_13 PC1_14 PC1_15 PC1_16 PC1_17 PC1_18 PC1_19 PC1_20 PC1_21

52X 1HA 90 32R

Central tire inflation day/night indication Power supply 1 Parking lights, tractor Low beam, right Not connected

(PC1_8 - PC1_21) (PC1_9 - PC1_21) (PC1_10 - PC1_21) (PC1_11 - PC1_21) V Vbat V Vbat V Vbat Parking lights, activated Low beam, activated

410 389B

Back-up lights Intermittent wiper relay output Not connected

(PC1_13 - PC1_21) (PC1_14 - PC1_21)

V Vbat V Vbat V Vbat V Vbat

Back-up lights activated Windshield wipers

1HE 52

Power supply 6 Marker/clearance lights, tractor, front Not connected

(PC1_16 - PC1_21) (PC1_17 - PC1_21)

Parking light, active

113A 112A 0XL

Turn signal light, right, front Turn signal light, left, front Ground terminal, control unit

(PC1_19 - PC1_21) (PC1_20 - PC1_21) (PC1_21 - ground)

V Vbat / 0 V (switching) V Vbat / 0 V (switching) V 0 V

Right turn signal light activated Left turn signal light activated

Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Specifications

LC2 & PC2


Conditions:

Breakout box 9998699 connected to adapter 9990025 between the Light Control Module and wire harness. Ignition key in the drive position. Measuring voltage.

W3005335

V = direct current voltage (V) Vbat = battery voltage The measuring points in brackets indicate the terminal in the connector. Terminal LC2_1 LC2_2 LC2_3 LC2_4 32SP Circuit number 284C 411 1 Signal type Starter motor active Contact, back-up light Not connected Switch, snow plow lights (option) (LC2_4 - PC2_9) V 0 V V 3.5-Vbat V LC2_5 LC2_6 387C 714LC Switch, windshield wipers, windshield washer Input, central locking (LC2_5 - PC2_9) (LC2_6 - PC2_9) V Vbat V 3.5-Vbat V V 0 V Central locking module controls the parking lights 10-90 % of Vbat Switch activated (snow plow lights) Switch in rest position Windshield washer active Measurement points (LC2_1 - PC2_9) (LC2_2 - PC2_9) Nominal value V Vbat V 0 V Other Ignition key in the start position Gear lever in reverse

LC2_7 LC2_8 LC2_9 LC2_10

141

Dimmer, instrument cluster lighting Not connected Not connected

(LC2_7 - PC2_9)

V 3 -26 V

388

Stalk switch, windshield wipers, intermittent position

(LC2_10 - PC2_9)

V Vbat

Switch in the intermittent position. Switch in rest position Windshield wiper arms moving Switch in flash position

V 0 V LC2_11 LC2_12 LC2_13 LC2_14 385A 33B 407H Windshield wiper motor, active Stalk switch, high / low beams, flash position SAE J1939 low Not connected (LC2_11 - PC2_9) (LC2_12 - PC2_9) (LC2_13 - PC2_9) V Vbat V 0 V V 0 -3 V

Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Specifications

Terminal LC2_15

Circuit number 122A

Signal type Indicator light, warning light

Measurement points (LC2_15 - PC2_9)

Nominal value V 0 V / Vbat (switching) V 10 -20 V V 2 -5 V V 2 -5 V V 0 -3 V V Vbat

Other Warning light active

LC2_16 LC2_17 LC2_18 PC2_1

406H 400E 401E 35

SAE J1939 High SAE J1587/J1708 (+) SAE J1587/J1708 (-) Fog lights

(LC2_16 - PC2_9) (LC2_17 - PC2_9) (LC2_1 8- PC2_9) (PC2_1 - PC2_9)

LCP in the "Drive +" position and low beams activated

PC2_2 PC2_3 PC2_4 PC2_5 PC2_6 PC2_7 PC2_8 PC2_9 PC2_10 PC2_11 PC2_12 PC2_13 PC2_14 PC2_15 PC2_16 PC2_17 PC2_18 PC2_19 PC2_20 PC2_21
1

1HC 75 56F 32L

Power supply 3 Brake light relay, trailer Parking light, tractor, front Low beam, left Not connected

(PC2_2 - PC2_9) (PC2_3 - PC2_9) (PC2_4 - PC2_9) (PC2_5 - PC2_9)

V Vbat V Vbat V Vbat V Vbat V Vbat V 3 -26 V V 0 V V Vbat / 0 V (switching) V Vbat V Vbat V Vbat V Vbat V Vbat V Vbat / 0 V (switching) V Vbat / 0 V (switching) V Vbat V Vbat V Vbat V Vbat high beams active Warning light activated Left turn signal light activated Left turn signal light activated Snow plow light activated Left turn signal light activated Parking light, active Retarder active Brake lights active Parking light, active Brake lights, active Parking light active Low beam active

139B 141A 0XL 112C 50 75A 116 53A 1HD 115 112A 33 1HB 33R 121

Back of cab lights Dashboard dimming, backlight Ground terminal, control unit Turn signal light, left, trailer Parking light, trailer relay Allison retarder indicator Brake light, tractor Marker (ICC) lights, trailer Power supply 5 Turn signal light, left, tractor Side repeater, left Relay, snow plow light Power supply 2 High Beam, right Audible indication, warning light

(PC2_7 - PC2_9) (PC2_8 - PC2_9) (PC2_9 - ground) (PC2_10 - PC2_9) (PC2_11 - PC2_9) (PC2_12 - PC2_9) (PC2_13 - PC2_9) (PC2_14 - PC2_9) (PC2_15 - PC2_9) (PC2_16 - PC2_9) (PC2_17 - PC2_9) (PC2_18 - PC2_9) (PC2_19 - PC2_9) (PC2_20 - PC2_9) (PC2_21 - PC2_9)

Back of cab lights, active 10-90 % of Vbat

A113 w/Allison transmission

Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Specifications

Lighting Control Switch, Signal Descriptions


Conditions:

Breakout box 9998699 with adapter 9813194 connected between the Light Control Panel and wire harness. Ignition key in the drive position. Measuring voltage.

T3015733

V = direct current voltage (V) Vbat = battery voltage The measuring points in brackets indicate the terminal in the connector. Terminal 1 Circuit number 47 Signal type Light switch 1 Measurement points (1 - 16) Nominal value V 3.5-Vbat V V 0 V 2 48 Light switch 2 (2 - 16) V 0 V V 3.5-Vbat V 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 0XL 141A 196L 141 122L 122A Not connected Not connected Not connected Not connected Not connected Switch, hazard warning lights Indicator light, warning light Not connected Background lighting Power supply, instrument lighting Rheostat, instrument lighting Not connected Not connected Ground terminal (16 - ground) V 0 V (11 - 16) (12 - 16) (13 - ground) V 2 -26 V V Vbat V 2 -26 V Ignition power, fuse F65 (8 - 16) (9 - 16) V 0 V V 6 -9 V Button depressed Background lighting (30 % of Vbat) Other Position 0 or driving lights Position parking lights or spot lights Position 0 or parking lights Position driving lights or spot lights

Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Tools

Tools
Special tools

9990025 Adapter

9998699 Breakout box

85104410 Overlay used with adapter 9990025

Other special equipment

J-39200 Multimeter

9813194 Adapter

85104407 Overlay used with adapter 9813194

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting
MID 216 Light Control Module, Fault Codes
MID: Message Identification Description (identification of control unit). PID: Parameter Identification Description (identification of parameter (value)). PPID: Proprietary Parameter Identification Description (Volvo unique identification of parameter (value)). SID: Subsystem Identification Description (identification of component). PSID: Proprietary Subsystem Identification Description (Volvo-unique identification of component). FMI: Failure Mode Identifier (identification of fault type). See FMI table page 13. For more detailed information concerning these designations, see service information group 0 Vehicle Electronics. Fault code 7 MID 216 SID 240 MID 216 SID 250 MID 216 SID 253 MID 216 SID 254 MID 216 PSID 1 MID 216 PSID 2 MID 216 PSID 3 MID 216 PSID 4 MID 216 PSID 5 MID 216 PSID 7 MID 216 PSID 8 MID 216 PSID 10 MID 216 PSID 11 MID 216 PSID 12 MID 216 PSID 13 MID 216 PSID 14 MID 216 PSID 17 Component / function Program memory SAE J1587/1708 Information link Calibration memory, EEPROM Control unit High beam, left Low beam, left High beam, right Low beam, right Fog lights Driving lights Reverse lights Brake light, left Brake light, right Brake lights, trailer Direction indicator, left front Direction indicator, right front Direction indicator trailer, left side FMI 2 2, 3, 4, 9 2, 13 12 5, 6 5, 6 5, 6 5, 6 5, 6 5, 6 5, 6 5, 6 5, 6 3, 4 5, 6 5, 6 5, 6 Section MID 216 SID 240 Program Memory page 14 MID 216 SID 250 J1587/J1708 Information Link page 15 MID 216 SID 253 Calibration Memory EEPROM page 16 MID 216 SID 254 Control Unit page 17 MID 216 PSID 1 High Beam (Left Side) page 18 MID 216 PSID 2 Low Beam (Left Side) page 19 MID 216 PSID 3 High Beam (Right Side) page 20 MID 216 PSID 4 Low Beam (Right Side) page 21 MID 216 PSID 5 Fog Lights (Front) page 22 MID 216 PSID 7 Driving Lights page 23 MID 216 PSID 8 Reverse Lights page 24 MID 216 PSID 10 Brake Lights (Left Side) page 25 MID 216 PSID 11 Brake Lights (Right Side) page 26 MID 216 PSID 12 Brake Lights, Trailer page 27 MID 216 PSID 13 Direction Indicator (Left Front) page 28 MID 216 PSID 14 Direction Indicator (Right Front) page 29 MID 216 PSID 17 Direction Indicator, Trailer (Left Side) page 30 11

Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

Fault code 7 MID 216 PSID 18 MID 216 PSID 19 MID 216 PSID 20 MID 216 PSID 27 MID 216 PSID 28 MID 216 PSID 29 MID 216 PSID 30 MID 216 PSID 33 MID 216 PSID 34 MID 216 PSID 35 MID 216 PSID 36 MID 216 PSID 37 MID 216 PSID 38 MID 216 PSID 39 MID 216 PSID 40 MID 216 PSID 41 MID 216 PSID 42 MID 216 PSID 45 MID 216 PSID 46 MID 216 PSID 48 MID 216 PSID 49 MID 216 PSID 50 MID 216 PSID 51 MID 216 PSID 52

Component / function Direction indicator trailer, right side Relay, intermittent wiper Dashboard dimming Snow plow lights Hazard sound indication Indicator light, warning light Light switch, warning light Stalk switch high/low beam Power supply 1 Power supply 2 Power supply 3 Power supply 4 Power supply 5 Power supply 6 Power supply, ignition key in driving position Stalk switch direction indicator Rheostat, instrument lighting Side repeater, right Side repeater, left Park and licence plate lights, tractor rear Tractor roof marker/clearance lamps Tractor front park lights Trailer park lights Allison retarder indicator LED

FMI 5, 6 3, 4 4 4 3 4 12 12 3, 4 3, 4 3, 4 3, 4 3, 4 3, 4 3 12 3, 4 5, 6 5, 6 5, 6 5, 6 5, 6 3, 4 4

Section MID 216 PSID 18 Direction Indicator, Trailer (Right Side) page 31 MID 216 PSID 19 Relay, Intermittent Wiper page 32 MID 216 PSID 20 Dash Dimmer Control page 36 MID 216 PSID 27 Snow Plow Lights page 37 MID 216 PSID 28 Hazard Alarm page 39 MID 216 PSID 29 Hazard Light Indicator page 40 MID 216 PSID 30 Hazard Light Switch page 41 MID 216 PSID 33 Stalk Switch High/Low Beam page 53 MID 216 PSID 34 Power Supply 1 page 54 MID 216 PSID 35 Power Supply 2 page 55 MID 216 PSID 36 Power Supply 3 page 56 MID 216 PSID 37 Power Supply 4 page 57 MID 216 PSID 38 Power Supply 5 page 58 MID 216 PSID 39 Power Supply 6 page 59 MID 216 PSID 40 Power Supply, Ignition ON page 60 MID 216 PSID 41 Stalk Switch Direction Indicator page 61 MID 216 PSID 42 Rheostat, Dash Dimmer Control page 62 MID 216 PSID 45 Side Repeater (Right Side) page 63 MID 216 PSID 46 Side Repeater (Left Side) page 64 MID 216 PSID 48 Park and License Plate Lights, Tractor page 65 MID 216 PSID 49 Roof Marker/Clearance Lights, Tractor page 66 MID 216 PSID 50 Park Lights, Tractor Front page 67 MID 216 PSID 51 Park Lights Relay, Trailer page 68 MID 216 PSID 52 Retarder Indicator LED page 69

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Troubleshooting

Fault code 7 MID 216 PSID 53 MID 216 PSID 54 MID 216 PSID 55 MID 216 PSID 57 MID 216 PSID 200 MID 216 PSID 201

Component / function Marker (ICC) trailer Marker interrupt Headlamp interrupt Back of cab lights SAE J1939 Open-circuit, data link, engine control unit SAE J1939 Open-circuit, data link, vehicle control unit

FMI 6 12 12 5, 6 9 9

Section MID 216 PSID 53 Marker (ICC) Trailer Relay page 70 MID 216 PSID 54 Marker Interrupt page 71 MID 216 PSID 55 Headlamp Interrupt page 72 MID 216 PSID 57 Back of Cab Lights page 73 MID 216 PSID 200 J1939 Data Link Interruption, Engine ECU page 74 MID 216 PSID 201 J1939 Data Link Interruption, Vehicle ECU page 74

FMI table
FMI 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Display text Value too high Value too low Incorrect data Electrical fault Electrical fault Electrical fault Electrical fault Mechanical fault Mechanical or electrical fault Communication fault Mechanical or electrical fault Unknown fault Component fault Incorrect calibration Unknown fault Unknown fault SAE text Data applicable, but above normal operating range. Data applicable, but below normal operating range. Intermittent or incorrect data. Abnormally high voltage or short-circuit to higher voltage. Abnormally low voltage or short-circuit to lower voltage. Abnormally low current or open-circuit. Abnormally high current or short-circuit to ground. Incorrect response from the mechanical system. Abnormal frequency. Abnormal update rate. Abnormally high variations. Unidentifiable fault. Defective unit or component. Values outside calibration values. Special instructions. Reserved for future use.

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

MID 216 SID 240 Program Memory


General information
The program memory contains rules for the light control functions. Component: Light Control Module (A27).

Fault code
FMI 2
Intermittent or incorrect data.
T3014623

Conditions for fault code: If the Light Control Module (LCM) cannot use the software, the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Fault during programming. Noticeable external symptoms: The LCM is not working. Appropriate check: Reprogram the LCM.

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

MID 216 SID 250 J1587/J1708 Information Link


General information
The SAE J1587/1708 data link is used to communicate with other control units to share information and function as a backup in case the J1939 Control data link has problems (the engine and brake control units for example). Component: Light Control Module (A27).

Appropriate check: Checks the voltage on the LCM terminals for the SAE J1587/1708 information link, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 .

FMI 4
Abnormally low voltage or short-circuit to lower voltage.

Fault code
FMI 2
Intermittent or incorrect data.

Conditions for fault code: If the Light Control Module (LCM) detects a short-circuit to ground in any of the terminals for the SAE J1587/1708 information link, the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Short-circuit to ground in the wiring harness between the LCM and other control units. Noticeable external symptoms: Warning light illuminated. Appropriate check: Checks the voltage on the LCM terminals for the SAE J1587/1708 information link, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 .

Conditions for fault code: If the Light Control (LCM) cannot interpret information through the SAE J1587/1708 data link the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Incorrect message. Interferences with the SAE J1587/1708 Information link. Noticeable external symptoms: Warning light illuminated. Appropriate check: Check whether the same fault is present in other control units.

FMI 9
Abnormal update rate.

FMI 3
Abnormally high voltage or short-circuit to higher voltage.

Conditions for fault code: If the Light Control Module (LCM) detects a short-circuit to power supply in any of the terminals for the SAE J1587/1708 information link the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Short-circuit to power in the wiring harness between the LCM and other control units. Noticeable external symptoms: Warning light illuminated.

Conditions for fault code: If messages do not arrive at the SAE J1587/1708 information link within a reasonable period, the Light Control Module (LCM) interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the LCM and other control units. Noticeable external symptoms: Warning light illuminated. Appropriate check: Checks the voltage on the LCM terminals for the SAE J1587/1708 information link, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 .

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

MID 216 SID 253 Calibration Memory EEPROM


General information
The calibration memory is used to store temporary data (fault codes for example). Component: Light Control Module (A27).

Fault code
FMI 2
Intermittent or incorrect data.
T3014623

Conditions for fault code: If the checksum in the Light Control Module (LCM) EEPROM is not correct, the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Fault when programming software, data sets or parameters. Fault when storing a fault code. Noticeable external symptoms: Warning light illuminated. Appropriate check: Reprogram the LCM.

FMI 13
Values outside calibration values.

Conditions for fault code: If the Light Control Module (LCM) EEPROM is empty, the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Fault when programming software, data sets or parameters. Fault when storing a fault code. Noticeable external symptoms: Warning light illuminated. Appropriate check: Reprogram the LCM.

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

MID 216 SID 254 Control Unit


General information
Component: Light Control Module (A27).

Fault code
FMI 12
Defective unit or component.

Conditions for fault code: If internal checks detect faults a fault code is stored.
T3014623

Possible cause: Unknown fault. Noticeable external symptoms: Warning light illuminated. Only parking lights, low beam and warning lights are illuminated; no lighting control possible. Appropriate check: Disconnect the power supply to the Light Control Module for at least 5 minutes.

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

MID 216 PSID 1 High Beam (Left Side)


Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. Warning light Bulb failure warning sensor illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Left high beam does not light. Appropriate check: Replace left high beam bulb. Check for an open circuit 33L between the left high beam bulb and the LCM. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the LCM and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 . Check for an open ground circuit for the left high beam bulb. Use the wiring diagram.

FMI 6
Abnormally high current or short-circuit to ground.
W3005553

General information
Power for the left high beam bulb is supplied by a separate terminal in the Light Control Module when high beam is activated. Component: Bulb, high beam, left (E01L); Light Control Module (A27).

Conditions for fault code: If the bulb connected to the left high beam output on the Light Control Module (LCM) draws more than 103 W (8.56A), the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored.
Note: If the voltage to the LCM is more than 16V a fault code is not stored.

Fault code
FMI 5
Abnormally low current or open-circuit.

Possible cause: Short to ground in the wiring harness between the LCM and the left high beam bulb. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Left high beam does not light. Appropriate check: Check for a short to ground in circuit 33L between the left high beam bulb and the LCM. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the LCM and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 .

Conditions for fault code: If the bulbs connected to the left high beam output on the Light Control Module (LCM) draw less than 2 W (0.1 A), the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Defective bulb. Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the LCM and the left high beam bulb. Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the left high beam bulb and ground.

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

MID 216 PSID 2 Low Beam (Left Side)


Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. Warning light Bulb failure warning sensor illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Left low beam does not light. Appropriate check: Replace left low beam bulb. Check for an open circuit 32L between the left low beam bulb and the LCM. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the LCM and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 . Check for an open ground circuit for the left low beam bulb. Use the wiring diagram.

FMI 6
Abnormally high current or short-circuit to ground.
W3005553

General information
Power for the left low beam bulb is supplied by a separate terminal in the Light Control Module when low beam is activated. Component: Bulb, low beam, left (E02L); Light Control Module (A27).

Conditions for fault code: If the bulbs connected to the left low beam output on the Light Control Module (LCM) draw more than 79 W (6.56 A), the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored.
Note: If the voltage to the LCM is more than 16V a fault code is not stored.

Fault code
FMI 5
Abnormally low current or open-circuit.

Possible cause: Short-circuit to ground in the wiring harness between the LCM and the left low beam bulb. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Left low beam does not light. Appropriate check: Check for a short to ground in circuit 32L between the left high beam bulb and the LCM. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the LCM and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 .

Conditions for fault code: If the bulbs connected to the left low beam output on the Light Control Module (LCM) draw less than 2 W (0.1 A), the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Defective bulb. Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the LCM and the left low beam bulb. Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the left low beam bulb and ground.

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Troubleshooting

MID 216 PSID 3 High Beam (Right Side)


Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. Warning light Bulb failure warning sensor illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Right high beam does not light. Appropriate check: Replace right high beam bulb. Check for an open circuit 33R between the right high beam bulb and the LCM. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the LCM and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 . Check for an open ground circuit for the right high beam bulb. Use the wiring diagram.

FMI 6
Abnormally high current or short-circuit to ground.
W3005553

General information
Power for the right high beam bulb is supplied by a separate terminal in the Light Control Module when high beam is activated. Component: Bulb, high beam, right (E01R); Light Control Module (A27).

Conditions for fault code: If the bulbs connected to the right high beam output on the Light Control Module (LCM) draw more than 103 W (8.56 A), the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored.
Note: If the voltage to the LCM is more than 16V a fault code is not stored.

Fault code
FMI 5
Abnormally low current or open-circuit.

Possible cause: Short-circuit to ground in the wiring harness between the LCM and the right high beam bulb. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Right high beam does not light. Appropriate check: Check for a short to ground in circuit 33R between the right high beam bulb and the LCM. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the LCM and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 .

Conditions for fault code: If the bulbs connected to the right high beam output on the Light Control Module (LCM) draw less than 2 W (0.1 A), the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Defective bulb. Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the LCM and the right high beam bulb. Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the right high beam bulb and ground.

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

MID 216 PSID 4 Low Beam (Right Side)


Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. Warning light Bulb failure warning sensor illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Right low beam does not light. Appropriate check: Replace right low beam bulb. Check for an open circuit 32R between the right low beam bulb and the LCM. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the LCM and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 . Check for an open ground circuit for the right low beam bulb. Use the wiring diagram.

FMI 6
Abnormally high current or short-circuit to ground.
W3005553

General information
Power for the right low beam bulb is supplied by a separate terminal in the Light Control Module when low beam is activated. Component: Bulb, low beam, right (E02R); Light Control Module (A27).

Conditions for fault code: If the bulbs connected to the right low beam output on the Light Control Module (LCM) draw more than 79 W (6.56 A), the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored.
Note: If the voltage to the LCM is more than 16V a fault code is not stored.

Fault code
FMI 5
Abnormally low current or open-circuit.

Possible cause: Short-circuit to ground in the wiring harness between the LCM and the right low beam bulb. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Right low beam does not light. Appropriate check: Check for a short to ground in circuit 32R between the right low beam bulb and the LCM. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the LCM and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 .

Conditions for fault code: If the bulbs connected to the right low beam output on the Light Control Module (LCM) draw less than 2 W (0.1 A), the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Defective bulb. Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the LCM and the right low beam bulb. Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the right low beam bulb and ground.

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

MID 216 PSID 5 Fog Lights (Front)


Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. Warning light Bulb failure warning sensor illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Front fog light does not light. Appropriate check: Check both front fog light bulbs. Check for an open circuit 35 between the front fog light bulbs and the LCM. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the LCM and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 . Check for an open ground circuit for both front fog light bulbs. Use the wiring diagram.

FMI 6
Abnormally high current or short-circuit to ground.
W3005554

General information
Power for the fog lights is supplied by a separate terminal in the Light Control Module when the high beam is activated and the light switch is in the drive plus position. Component: Bulb, fog light (E07), Light Control Module (A27).

Conditions for fault code: If the bulbs connected to the front fog light output on the Light Control Module (LCM) draw more than 133 W (11.08 A), the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored.
Note: If the voltage to the control unit is more than 16V a fault code is not stored.

Fault code
FMI 5
Abnormally low current or open-circuit.

Possible cause: Short-circuit to ground in the wiring harness between the LCM and the front fog light bulb. Too many/powerful bulbs directly connected to the LCM. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Front fog light does not light. Appropriate check: Check for a short to ground in circuit 35 between both front fog light bulbs and the LCM. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the control unit and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 .

Conditions for fault code: If the bulbs connected to the front fog light output on the Light Control Module (LCM) draw less than 2 W (0.1 A), the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Both front fog light bulbs defective. Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the LCM and both front fog light bulbs. Open-circuit in the wiring harness between ground and both front fog light bulbs.

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MID 216 PSID 7 Driving Lights


Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. Warning light Bulb failure warning sensor illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Driving lights in the headlight module not illuminated. Appropriate check: Check both driving lights in the headlight module. Check for an open circuit 37 between both driving lights and the LCM. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the LCM and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 . Check for an open ground circuit for both driving lights. Use the wiring diagram.

FMI 6
Abnormally high current or short-circuit to ground.
W3005554

General information
Power for the driving light is supplied by a separate terminal in the Light Control Module (LCM) when the high beam is activated and the light switch is in the drive plus position. Component: Bulb, driving light (E08), Light Control Module (A27).

Conditions for fault code: If the bulbs connected to the driving light output on the Light Control Module (LCM) draw more than 133 W (11.08 A), the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored.
Note: If the voltage to the LCM is more than 16V a fault code is not stored.

Fault code
FMI 5
Abnormally low current or open-circuit.

Possible cause: Short-circuit to ground in the wiring harness between the LCM and driving lights. Too many/powerful bulbs directly connected to the LCM. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Driving lights not illuminated. Appropriate check: Check for a short to ground in circuit 37 between both driving lights and the LCM. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the LCM and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 .

Conditions for fault code: If the bulbs connected to the driving light output on the Light Control Module (LCM) draw less than 2 W (0.1 A), the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Both driving lights in the headlight modules defective. Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the LCM and both driving lights in the headlight modules. Open-circuit in the wiring harness between both driving lights in the headlight modules and ground.

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

MID 216 PSID 8 Reverse Lights


Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. Warning light Bulb failure warning sensor illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Reverse lights not illuminated. Appropriate check: Check both reverse light bulbs. 3646-06-02-03 Position switch backup (reversing) lamp, test. Check for an open circuit 410 between both reverse light bulbs and the LCM. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the LCM and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 . Check for an open ground circuit for both reverse light bulbs. Use the wiring diagram.
W3005555

FMI 6

General information
Power for the tractor reverse light bulbs is supplied by a separate terminal in the Light Control Module when reverse gear is selected. Component: Bulb, reverse light (E06), Light Control Module (A27), Reversing warning unit, acoustic (H03).

Abnormally high current or short-circuit to ground.

Conditions for fault code: If the bulbs connected to the reverse light output on the Light Control Module (LCM) draw more than 76 W (6.33 A), the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored.
Note: If the voltage to the LCM is more than 16V a fault code is not stored.

Fault code
FMI 5
Abnormally low current or open-circuit.

Conditions for fault code: If the bulbs connected to the reversing light output on the Light Control Module (LCM) draw less than 2 W (0.1 A), the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Both reversing light bulbs defective. Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the LCM and both reverse light bulbs. Open-circuit in the wiring harness between both reverse light bulbs and ground. Defective acoustic warning device, if installed.

Possible cause: Short-circuit to ground in the wiring harness between the LCM and reverse light bulb. Too many/powerful bulbs directly connected to the LCM. Defective acoustic warning device, if installed. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Reverse lights not illuminated. Appropriate check: 3646-06-02-03 Position switch backup (reversing) lamp, test. Check for a short to ground in circuit 410 between the reverse light bulbs and the LCM. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the LCM and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 .

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

MID 216 PSID 10 Brake Lights (Left Side)


Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. Warning light Bulb failure warning sensor illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Left brake light does not light. Appropriate check: Replace left brake light bulb. Check for an open circuit 115 between the left brake light bulb and the LCM. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the LCM and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 . Check for an open ground circuit for the left brake light bulb. Use the wiring diagram.

FMI 6
W3005556

Abnormally high current or short-circuit to ground.

General information
Power for the left tractor brake light bulbs is supplied by a separate terminal in the Light Control Module when the brakes are applied. Component: Bulb, brake light (E09), Light Control Module (A27).

Conditions for fault code: If the bulbs connected to the left brake light output on the Light Control Module (LCM) draw more than 126 W (10.45A), the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored.
Note: If the voltage to the LCM is more than 16V a fault code is not stored.

Fault code
FMI 5
Abnormally low current or open-circuit.

Possible cause: Short-circuit to ground in the wiring harness between the LCM and the left brake light bulb. Too many/powerful bulbs directly connected to the LCM. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Left brake light does not light. Appropriate check: Check for a short to ground in circuit 115 between the left brake light bulb and the LCM. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the LCM and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 .

Conditions for fault code: If the bulbs connected to the left brake light output on the Light Control Module (LCM) draw less than 2 W (0.1 A), the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Left brake light bulb defective. Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the LCM and the left brake light bulb. Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the left brake light bulb and ground.

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

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MID 216 PSID 11 Brake Lights (Right Side)


Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. Warning light Bulb failure warning sensor illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Right brake light does not light. Appropriate check: Replace right brake light bulb. Check for an open circuit 116 between the right brake light bulb and the LCM. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the LCM and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 . Check for an open ground circuit for the right brake light bulb. Use the wiring diagram.

FMI 6
W3005556

Abnormally high current or short-circuit to ground.

General information
Power for the right tractor brake light bulbs is supplied by a separate terminal in the Light Control Module when the brakes are applied. Component: Bulb, brake light (E09), Light Control Module (A27).

Conditions for fault code: If the bulbs connected to the right brake light output on the Light Control Module (LCM) draw more than 126 W (10.45A), the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored.
Note: If the voltage to the LCM is more than 16V a fault code is not stored.

Fault code
FMI 5
Abnormally low current or open-circuit.

Possible cause: Short-circuit to ground in the wiring harness between the LCM and the right brake light bulb. Too many/powerful bulbs directly connected to the LCM. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Right brake light does not light. Appropriate check: Check for a short to ground in circuit 116 between the right brake light bulb and the LCM. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the LCM and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 .

Conditions for fault code: If the bulbs connected to the right brake light output on the Light Control Module (LCM) draw less than 2 W (0.1 A), the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Right brake light bulb defective. Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the LCM and the right brake light bulb. Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the right brake light bulb and ground.

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

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MID 216 PSID 12 Brake Lights, Trailer


Possible cause: Short-circuit to higher voltage in the wiring harness between the LCM and the trailer brake light relay. Damaged wire harness. The trailer brake light relay is defective. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Trailer brake lights on all the time. Appropriate check: Check for a short to battery in circuit 75 between the LCM and the trailer stop relay (RLY03). Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the control unit and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 .

FMI 4
Voltage below normal or shorted low.

Conditions for fault code: If the bulbs connected to the trailer brake light output on the control unit draw more than 6 W (0.5 A), the control unit interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored.
W3005557

General information
The trailer brake light output circuit drives the trailer stop relay (RLY03). Power for the trailer brake light bulbs is controlled by the trailer stop relay (RLY03), which is actuated by a separate terminal in the Light Control Module when the brakes are applied. Note: Fault codes are erased when the trailer is uncoupled. Note: The fault code is not stored when a bulb is defective. Component: Relay, trailer stop (RLY03); Light Control Module (A27); Trailer connector, 7-pin (X04).

Possible cause: Short-circuit to ground in the wire harness between the LCM and trailer brake relay. Damaged wire harness. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Trailer brake lights do not light. Appropriate check: Check for a short to ground in circuit 75 between the LCM and the trailer stop relay (RLY03). Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the control unit and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 .

Fault code
FMI 3
Voltage above normal or shorted high.

Conditions for fault code: If the bulbs connected to the trailer brake light output on the control unit draw less than 2 W (0.1 A), the control unit interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored.

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

MID 216 PSID 13 Direction Indicator (Left Front)


Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. Warning light Bulb failure warning sensor illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Left front turn signal light does not light. Indicator light in the instrument cluster flashing at twice the normal rate. Appropriate check: Check both left front turn signal light bulbs. Check for an open in circuit 112A between the LCM and the left front turn signal light bulbs. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the LCM and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 . Check for an open ground circuit for the left front turn signal light bulbs. Use the wiring diagram.
W3005558

FMI 6
Abnormally high current or short-circuit to ground.

General information
Power for the left front tractor turn signal light bulbs is supplied by a separate terminal in the Light Control Module when the left turn signal light is activated. Component: Bulb, turn signal light (E13), Light Control Module (A27).

Conditions for fault code: If the bulbs connected to the left front turn signal light output of the Light Control Module (LCM) draw more than 36 W (2.99 A), the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored.
Note: If the voltage to the LCM is more than 16V a fault code is not stored.

Fault code
FMI 5
Abnormally low current or open-circuit.

Conditions for fault code: If the bulbs connected to the left front turn signal light output of the Light Control Module (LCM) draw less than 2 W (0.1 A), the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Both left front turn signal light bulbs are defective. Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the LCM and both left front turn signal light bulbs. Open-circuit in the wiring harness between both left front turn signal light bulbs and ground.

Possible cause: Short-circuit to ground in the wiring harness between the LCM and the left front turn signal light bulb. Too many/powerful bulbs directly connected to the LCM. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Left front turn signal light does not light. Appropriate check: Check for a short to ground in circuit 112A between the LCM and the left front turn signal light bulbs. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the control unit and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 .

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

MID 216 PSID 14 Direction Indicator (Right Front)


Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. Warning light Bulb failure warning sensor illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Right front turn signal light does not light. Indicator light in the instrument cluster flashing at twice the normal rate. Appropriate check: Check both right front turn signal light bulbs. Check for an open in circuit 113A between the LCM and the right front turn signal light bulbs. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the LCM and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 . Check for an open ground circuit for the right front turn signal light bulbs. Use the wiring diagram.
W3005558

FMI 6
Abnormally high current or short-circuit to ground.

General information
Power for the right front tractor turn signal light bulbs is supplied by a separate terminal in the Light Control Module when the right turn signal light is activated. Component: Bulb, turn signal light (E13), Light Control Module (A27).

Conditions for fault code: If the bulbs connected to the right front turn signal light output of the Light Control Module (LCM) draw more than 36 W (2.99 A), the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored.
Note: If the voltage to the LCM is more than 16V a fault code is not stored.

Fault code
FMI 5
Abnormally low current or open-circuit.

Conditions for fault code: If the bulbs connected to the right front turn signal light output of the Light Control Module (LCM) draw less than 2 W (0.1 A), the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Both right front turn signal light bulbs are defective. Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the LCM and both right front turn signal light bulbs. Open-circuit in the wiring harness between both right front turn signal light bulbs and ground.

Possible cause: Short-circuit to ground in the wiring harness between the LCM and the right front turn signal light bulb. Too many/powerful bulbs directly connected to the LCM. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Right front turn signal light does not light. Appropriate check: Check for a short to ground in circuit 113A between the LCM and the right front turn signal light bulbs. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the control unit and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 .

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

MID 216 PSID 17 Direction Indicator, Trailer (Left Side)



Left trailer turn signal light bulbs are defective. Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the LCM and the left trailer turn signal light bulbs. Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the left trailer turn signal light bulbs and ground.

Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. Warning light Bulb failure warning sensor illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Left trailer turn signal light does not light. Appropriate check: Check the left trailer turn signal light bulbs. Check for an open in circuit 112C between the LCM and the left trailer turn signal light bulbs. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the LCM and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 . Check for an open ground circuit for the left trailer turn signal light bulbs. Use the wiring diagram.
W3005559

FMI 6
Abnormally high current or short-circuit to ground.

General information
Power for the left trailer turn signal light bulbs is supplied by a separate terminal in the Light Control Module when the left turn signal light is activated. Note: Fault codes are erased when the trailer is uncoupled. Note: The fault code is not stored when a bulb is defective. Component: Light Control Module (A27); Trailer connector, 7-pin (X04).

Conditions for fault code: If the bulbs connected to the left trailer turn signal light output on the Light Control Module (LCM) draw more than 225 W (18.7 A), the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored.
Note: If the voltage to the LCM is more than 16V a fault code is not stored.

Fault code
FMI 5
Abnormally low current or open-circuit.

Possible cause: Short-circuit to ground in the wiring harness between the LCM and the left trailer turn signal light bulbs. Too many/powerful bulbs directly connected to the LCM. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Left trailer turn signal light does not light. Appropriate check: Check for a short to ground in circuit 112C between the LCM and the left trailer turn signal light bulbs. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the control unit and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 .

Conditions for fault code: If the bulbs connected to the left trailer turn signal light output on the Light Control Module (LCM) draw less than 2 W (0.1 A), the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause:

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

MID 216 PSID 18 Direction Indicator, Trailer (Right Side)



Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the LCM and the right trailer turn signal light bulbs. Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the right trailer turn signal light bulbs and ground. Right trailer turn signal light bulbs are defective.

Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. Warning light Bulb failure warning sensor illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Right trailer turn signal light does not light. Appropriate check: Check the left trailer turn signal light bulbs. Check for an open in circuit 113C between the LCM and the right trailer turn signal light bulbs. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the LCM and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 . Check for an open ground circuit for the right trailer turn signal light bulbs. Use the wiring diagram.
W3005559

FMI 6
Abnormally high current or short-circuit to ground.

General information
Power for the right trailer turn signal light bulbs is supplied by a separate terminal in the Light Control Module when the right turn signal light is activated. Note: Fault codes are erased when the trailer is uncoupled. Note: The fault code is not stored when a bulb is defective. Component: Light Control Module (A27); Trailer connector, 7-pin (X04).

Conditions for fault code: If the bulbs connected to the right trailer turn signal light output on the Light Control Module (LCM) draw more than 225 W (18.7 A), the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored.
Note: If the voltage to the LCM is more than 16V a fault code is not stored.

Fault code
FMI 5
Abnormally low current or open-circuit.

Possible cause: Short-circuit to ground in the wiring harness between the LCM and the right trailer turn signal light bulbs. Too many/powerful bulbs directly connected to the LCM. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Right trailer turn signal light does not light. Appropriate check: Check for a short to ground in circuit 113C between the LCM and the right trailer turn signal light bulbs. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the control unit and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 .

Conditions for fault code: If the bulbs connected to the right trailer turn signal light output on the Light Control Module (LCM) draw less than 2 W (0.1 A), the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause:

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

MID 216 PSID 19 Relay, Intermittent Wiper

W3005560

General information
The Light Control Module (LCM) controls the windshield wiper intermittent function and the wiping combined with windshield washer function. The LCM receives a signal when the windshield wiper switch is in the washer or intermittent positions. The signal is transmitted by the windshield wiper switch. When the LCM logic activates the windshield wipers, the intermittent wiper relay is grounded through terminal PC1_14. The intermittent wiper relay supplies power to the windshield wiper motor through the windshield wiper switch. Component: Relay, intermittent wiper (RLY12); Light Control Module (A27); Fuse (F26); Windshield wiper switch (S06); Windshield wiper motor (M01); Windshield washer pump (M02).

Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Intermittent wiping, and wiping combined with windshield washer do not function.
Note: Constant wiping still functions.

Appropriate check: MID 216 PSID 19 Relay, Intermittent Wiper, Check page 33.

FMI 4
Abnormally low voltage or short-circuit to ground.

Fault code
FMI 3
Abnormally high voltage or short-circuit to higher voltage.

Conditions for fault code: If the voltage at the terminal on the Light Control Module (LCM) for the intermittent wiper relay is less than 1.2V when the relay should be inactive, the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Short-circuit to ground in the wiring harness between the LCM and intermittent wiper relay. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. A message is shown in the display. The windshield wipers run constantly. Appropriate check: MID 216 PSID 19 Relay, Intermittent Wiper, Check page 33.

Conditions for fault code: If the voltage at the output on the Light Control Module (LCM) for the intermittent wiper relay is more than 1.0V when the LCM activates the relay, the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the LCM and the intermittent wiper relay.

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

3500-21-02-01 MID 216 PSID 19 Relay, Intermittent Wiper, Check


You must read and understand the precautions and guidelines in Service Information, group 30, "General Safety Practices", before performing this procedure. If you are not properly trained and certified in this procedure, ask your supervisor for training before you perform it.

Special tools: 9998699, 9990025 Other special equipment: J-39200

NOTE During fault-tracing check the relevant connectors.


Check for loose connections, contact resistance and oxidation. For a more detailed description of fault-tracing cables and connectors, see service information group 371.

Do not use the chassis as a ground when taking readings. Use the door stop or ground plate in the rear combined light.

Appropriate tests in the PC tool


The following tests are useful for a closer examination of the component function:

3630-080201 Intermittent Wiper, test Measurement at control unit


1 Conditions:

Adapter 9990025 with breakout box 9998699 between the Light Control Module and wiring harness connector PC1 (brown 21 pin connector). Measuring voltage using the multimeter. Ignition key in the drive position. Windshield wipers in rest position Measuring points PC1_14 - PC1_21 Nominal value V Vbat

9998699 , 9990025 J-39200

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2 Conditions:

Adapter 9990025 with breakout box 9998699 between the Light Control Module and wiring harness connector PC1 (brown 21 pin connector). Measuring voltage using the multimeter. Ignition key in the drive position. Windshield wipers moving.

Note: The terminal is supplied with power for a short period during activation. Use the Min Max function on the multimeter and check that the Min voltages is correct. Measuring points PC1_14 - PC1_21 Nominal value V 0V

9998699 , 9990025 J-39200

Measurement at component (wiper relay)


1 Conditions:

Measuring voltage using the multimeter. Ignition key in the drive position. Windshield wiper stalk switch in rest position. Measuring points at the wiper relay 85Ground Nominal value V Vbat

J-39200

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

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2 Conditions:

Measuring voltage using the multimeter. Ignition key in the drive position. Windshield wipers activated by Light Control Module.

Note: The terminal is supplied with power for a short period during activation. Use the Min Max function on the multimeter and check that the Min voltages is correct. Measuring points at the wiper relay 85Ground Nominal value V0V

J-39200

Verification
Check that the error has been corrected by checking the windshield wiper function or by using the tester in VCADS Pro (see Appropriate tests in the PC tool page 33).

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

MID 216 PSID 20 Dash Dimmer Control


General information
The Light Control Module (LCM) controls the instrument panel lamps dimmer function. Component: Light switch (S01), Light Control Module (A27).

Fault code
FMI 4
Abnormally low voltage or short-circuit to lower voltage.
W3005269

Conditions for fault code: If the Light Control Module (LCM) detects a short-circuit to ground, the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Open-circuit in the power supply in the wiring harness between the LCM and dashboard lights. Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the LCM and the dashboard lights. Short-circuit to ground in the wiring harness between the LCM and dashboard lights. Contact resistance or oxidation.
Note: If by chance the dimmer control is not functioning, check fuse (F65) for being blown/missing. This fuse supplies the light switch with power for instrument lighting.
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Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. Appropriate check: MID 216 PSID 29/30/42 Lighting Control Switch, Check page 42.

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

MID 216 PSID 27 Snow Plow Lights

W3006786

General information
When switching the snow plow switch the LCM turns off high and low beam headlamps, driving and fog lights. The LCM activates the snow plough relay output in case of flash to pass or high beam is activated and drive the high beam headlights by a relay. Interrupter functions have no influence on this function. Component: Snow Plow Lamps Fuse RH (F35), Snow Plow Lamps Fuse LH (F33), Snow Plow Lamp Switch (S12), Snow Plow LCM Input Relay (RLY28), Snow plow, RH relay (RLY27), Snow plow, LH relay (RLY26), Light Control Module (A27), Snow Plow Lamp (E31L), Snow Plow Lamp (E31R).

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

Fault code
FMI 4
Abnormally low voltage or short-circuit to ground.

Conditions for fault code: If the voltage at the terminal on the Light Control Module (LCM) for the snow plow lights relay is less than 1.2V when the relay should be active, the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Short-circuit to ground in the wiring harness between the LCM and snow plow lights relay. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. A message is shown in the display. The snow plow lights on constantly. Appropriate check: Check for an short to ground in circuit 33 between the LCM and left/right snow plow high beam relay (RLY 26/27). Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the LCM and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 .

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

MID 216 PSID 28 Hazard Alarm


General information
During activation of the hazard function the LCM shall indicate to the cluster a hazard sound indication. This is done by pulsing PC2-21 high and low with the same frequency as the external loads. High level means active loads and low level means inactive loads. Component: Light Control Module (A27), Instrument Cluster (A03).

Fault code
FMI 3
Abnormally high voltage or short-circuit to higher voltage.
W3005563

Conditions for fault code: If the buzzer, in the dash, connected to the hazard sound indication output on the Light Control Module (LCM) draws less than 0.5 A, the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Open-circuit in the cable harness between the LCM and dash cluster. Instrument cluster input from the LCM is defective. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Hazard sound buzzer does not work. No cluster wake-up when hazard is activated. Appropriate check: Check for an open in circuit 121 between the LCM and dash cluster. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the LCM and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 .

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

MID 216 PSID 29 Hazard Light Indicator


General information
The warning indicator light in the light control panel is activated by the Light Control Module when the hazard switch is depressed. Component: Light switch (S01), Light Control Module (A27).

Fault code
FMI 4
Abnormally low voltage or short-circuit to lower voltage.

W3005269

Conditions for fault code: If the warning light indicator light draws more than 2 W (0.5 A), the Light Control Module (LCM) interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Short-circuit to ground in the wiring harness between the light control module and the main lighting switch. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. Warning light indicator does not light. Appropriate check: 3646-06-02-01 Switch lamp, test. MID 216 PSID 29/30/42 Lighting Control Switch, Check page 42.

W3006789

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

MID 216 PSID 30 Hazard Light Switch


General information
The light switch controls which outer lighting should be illuminated. When the warning light switch is depressed, power is supplied to an input on the control unit which in turn activates the warning light. Component: Light switch (S01), Light Control Module (A27).

Fault code
FMI 12
Defective unit or component.
W3005269

Conditions for fault code: If the warning light switch is held in for more than 60 seconds the control unit interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: User error. Defective light switch. Short-circuit to ground in the cable harness between the control unit and switch. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. The warning light goes out after 60 seconds. Appropriate check: 3646-06-02-01 Switch lamp, test. MID 216 PSID 29/30/42 Lighting Control Switch, Check page 42.

W3006789

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

3500-21-03-02 MID 216 PSID 29/30/42 Lighting Control Switch, Check


You must read and understand the precautions and guidelines in Service Information, group 30, "General Safety Practices", before performing this procedure. If you are not properly trained and certified in this procedure, ask your supervisor for training before you perform it.

Special tools: 9998699, 9990025 Other special equipment: J-39200, 9813194

NOTE During fault-tracing check the relevant connectors.


Check for loose connections, contact resistance and oxidation. For a more detailed description of fault-tracing cables and connectors, see service information group 371.

Do not use the chassis as a ground when taking readings. Use the door stop or ground plate in the distribution box.

Appropriate tests in the PC tool


The following tests are useful for a closer examination of the component function:

3646-06-02-01 Switch lamp, test. Measurement at the component between the component and the control unit
Position 0
1 Conditions:

Adapter 9813194 with breakout box 9998699 between the light switch and cable harness. Measuring voltage using the multimeter. Ignition key in the drive position. Light switch in position 0. Measuring points 116 216 Nominal value V 3.516 V V0V

9998699 9813194 , J-39200

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

Position parking lights


2 Conditions:

Adapter 9813194 with breakout box 9998699 between the light switch and cable harness. Measuring voltage using the multimeter. Ignition key in the drive position. Light switch in the parking light position. Measuring points 116 216 Nominal value V0V V0V

9998699 9813194 , J-39200

Drive position
3 Conditions:

Adapter 9813194 with breakout box 9998699 between the light switch and cable harness. Measuring voltage using the multimeter. Ignition key in the drive position. Light switch in the Drive position. Measuring points 116 216 Nominal value V 3.516 V V 3.516 V

9998699 9813194 , J-39200

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

Drive plus position


4 Conditions:

Adapter 9813194 with breakout box 9998699 between the light switch and cable harness. Measuring voltage using the multimeter. Ignition key in the drive position. Light switch in the Drive plus position. Measuring points 116 216 Nominal value V0V V 3.516 V

9998699 9813194 , J-39200

Hazard warning lights


5 Conditions:

Adapter 9813194 with breakout box 9998699 between the light switch and cable harness. Measuring voltage using the multimeter. Ignition key in the drive position. Warning light switch depressed. Measuring points 816 916 Nominal value V0V V Vbat / 0 V (Switching) V 69 V (Background lighting)

9998699 9813194 , J-39200

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

Rheostat, Instrument Cluster Lighting


6 Conditions:

Adapter 9813194 with breakout box 9998699 connected to the light switch. Measuring voltage using the multimeter. Ignition key in the drive position. Light switch in the driving lights position. Measuring points 1216 1316 Nominal value V Vbat (12V input) V 216 V (Rotate thumb wheel control)

9998699 9813194 , J-39200

Background lighting (dash switches/components, etc.)


7 Conditions:

Adapter 9813194 with breakout box 9998699 connected to the light switch. Measuring voltage using the multimeter. Ignition key in the drive position. Light switch in the driving lights position. Measuring points 1116 Nominal value V 416 V (Rotate thumb wheel control)

9998699 9813194 , J-39200

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

Checking component
Position 0
8 Conditions:

Adapter 9813194 with breakout box 9998699 connected to the light switch. Cable harness disconnected. Measuring resistance using a multimeter. Ignition key in off position. Light switch in position 0. Measuring points 116 216 Nominal value R O.L. R0

9998699 9813194 , J-39200

Position parking lights


9 Conditions:

Adapter 9813194 with breakout box 9998699 connected to the light switch. Cable harness disconnected. Measuring resistance using a multimeter. Ignition key in off position. Light switch in the parking light position. Measuring points 116 216 Nominal value R0 R0

9998699 9813194 , J-39200

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

Drive position
10 Conditions:

Adapter 9813194 with breakout box 9998699 connected to the light switch. Cable harness disconnected. Measuring resistance using a multimeter. Ignition key in off position. Light switch in the Drive position. Measuring points 116 216 Nominal value R O.L. R O.L.

9998699 9813194 , J-39200

Drive plus position


11 Conditions:

Adapter 9813194 with breakout box 9998699 connected to the light switch. Cable harness disconnected. Measuring resistance using a multimeter. Ignition key in off position. Light switch in the Drive plus position. Measuring points 116 216 Nominal value R0 R O.L.

9998699 9813194 , J-39200

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

Hazard warning lights


12 Conditions:

Adapter 9813194 with breakout box 9998699 connected to the light switch. Cable harness disconnected. Measuring resistance using a multimeter. Ignition key in off position. Warning light switch depressed. Measuring points 816 Nominal value R0

9998699 , 9813194 J-39200

Rheostat, instrument cluster lighting


13 Conditions:

Adapter 9813194 with breakout box 9998699 connected to the light switch. Cable harness disconnected. Measuring resistance using a multimeter. Ignition key in off position. Measuring points 1216 1316 Nominal value R 5.0 k R 0.55.0 k

9998699 , 9813194 J-39200

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

Checking sub-systems
Position 0
14 Conditions:

Adapter 9990025 with breakout box 9998699 between the Light Control Module and wiring harness connector PC1 and LC1. Measuring voltage using the multimeter. Ignition key in the drive position. Light switch in position 0. Measuring points LC1_4 - PC1_21 LC1_10 - PC1_21 Nominal value V0V V 3.5-16 V

9998699 , 9990025 J-39200

Position parking lights


15 Conditions:

Adapter 9990025 with breakout box 9998699 between the Light Control Module and wiring harness connector PC1 and LC1. Measuring voltage using the multimeter. Ignition key in the drive position. Light switch in the parking light position. Measuring points LC1_4 - PC1_21 LC1_10 - PC1_21 Nominal value V0V V0V

9998699 , 9990025 J-39200

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

Drive position
16 Conditions:

Adapter 9990025 with breakout box 9998699 between the Light Control Module and wiring harness connector PC1 and LC1. Measuring voltage using the multimeter. Ignition key in the drive position. Light switch in the Drive position. Measuring points LC1_4 - PC1_21 LC1_10 - PC1_21 Nominal value V 3.5-16 V V 3.5-16 V

9998699 , 9990025 J-39200

Drive plus position


17 Conditions:

Adapter 9990025 with breakout box 9998699 between the Light Control Module and wiring harness connector PC1 and LC1. Measuring voltage using the multimeter. Ignition key in the drive position. Light switch in the Drive plus position. Measuring points LC1_4 - PC1_21 LC1_10 - PC1_21 Nominal value V 3.5-16 V V0V

9998699 , 9990025 J-39200

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

Hazard warning lights


18 Conditions:

Adapter 9990025 with breakout box 9998699 between the Light Control Module and wiring harness connector PC1 and LC1 or PC2 and LC2. Measuring voltage using the multimeter. Ignition key in the drive position. Warning light switch depressed. Measuring points LC1_11 - PC1_21 LC2_15 - PC2_9 Nominal value V0V V Vbat (Flashing)

9998699 , 9990025 J-39200

Rheostat, instrument cluster lighting


19 Conditions:

Adapter 9990025 with breakout box 9998699 between the Light Control Module and wiring harness connector PC2 and LC2. Measuring voltage using the multimeter. Ignition key in the drive position. Measuring points LC2_7 - PC2_9 Nominal value V 2-16 V

9998699 , 9990025 J-39200

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

Background lighting (dash switches/components, etc.)


20 Conditions:

Adapter 9990025 with breakout box 9998699 between the Light Control Module and wiring harness connector PC2. Measuring voltage using the multimeter. Ignition key in the drive position. Measuring points PC2_12 - PC2_9 Nominal value V 4-16 V

9998699 , 9990025 J-39200

Verification
Check that the error has been remedied using the tester in PC tool (see Appropriate tests in the PC tool page 42).

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

MID 216 PSID 33 Stalk Switch High/Low Beam


General information
The high/low beam stalk switch supplies power to an input on the light control module when switching between high and low beam. Component: Stalk switch, high/low beam (S13), Light Control Module (A27).

Fault code
FMI 12
Defective unit or component.

W3005565

Conditions for fault code: If the high/low beam switch is held in the switching position (grounded) for more than 60 seconds the Light Control Module (LCM) interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: User error. Defective switch. Short-circuit to ground in the cable harness between the LCM and bulb. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. High beam goes out after 60 seconds, low beam remains illuminated. Appropriate check: 3646-06-02-04 Lever switch high beam/low beam, test Fault-trace the cable harness for a short-circuit to ground between the control unit and the switch. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the LCM and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 .

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

MID 216 PSID 34 Power Supply 1


Fault code
FMI 3
Abnormally high voltage or short-circuit to higher voltage.

Conditions for fault code: If the voltage at the power supply 1 (PC1-9) input on the Light Control Module (LCM) is more than 16V, the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Alternator fault. Jump starting has been used.
W3006787

Note: 30A circuit breakers are installed in the


following fuse locations: F8, F10, F16, F42, F45 and F49.

Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. Lighting does not function. Appropriate check: Check whether other control units have power supply fault codes. If so perform a charging test on the vehicle to see if the high voltage is due to battery or alternator problems.

General information
The Light control Module (LCM) is powered at all times by six main power supply pins and is activated by the ignition switch, also whenever any wake up functions are activated. Each of the six pins supports various lamp functions. Note: The fault code is stored for one power supply at a time. If there are faults in several power supplies at the same time the active fault code must be corrected before the next one can be read off/checked. Power supply 1 is protected by a 30A circuit breaker. Component: LCM1, Circuit Breaker (F8); Light Control Module (A27).

FMI 4
Abnormally low voltage or short-circuit to lower voltage.

Conditions for fault code: If the voltage at the power supply 1 (PC1-9) input on the Light Control Module (LCM) is less than 8V, the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Open circuit breaker (F8). Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the fuse/relay center and the LCM. Short-circuit to ground in the wiring harness between the fuse/relay center and LCM. Low battery voltage. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. Certain bulbs do not operate. Appropriate check: Check battery voltage. Fault-trace the power supply for an open-circuit or short-circuit to ground between the fuse/relay center and LCM. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the control unit and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 .

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

MID 216 PSID 35 Power Supply 2


Fault code
FMI 3
Abnormally high voltage or short-circuit to higher voltage.

Conditions for fault code: If the voltage at the power supply 2 (PC2:19) input on the Light Control Module (LCM) is more than 16V, the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Alternator fault. Jump starting has been used.
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Note: 30A circuit breakers are installed in the


following fuse locations: F8, F10, F16, F42, F45 and F49.

Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. Lighting does not function. Appropriate check: Check whether other control units have power supply fault codes. If so perform a charging test on the vehicle to see if the high voltage is due to battery or alternator problems.

General information
The Light control Module (LCM) is powered at all times by six main power supply pins and is activated by the ignition switch, also whenever any wake up functions are activated. Each of the six pins supports various lamp functions. Note: The fault code is stored for one power supply at a time. If there are faults in several power supplies at the same time the active fault code must be corrected before the next one can be read off/checked. Power supply 2 (PC2:19) is protected by a 30A circuit breaker. Component: LCM2, Circuit Breaker (F10); Light Control Module (A27).

FMI 4
Abnormally low voltage or short-circuit to lower voltage.

Conditions for fault code: If the voltage at the power supply 2 (PC2:19) input on the Light Control Module (LCM) is less than 8V, the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Open circuit breaker (F10). Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the fuse/relay center and the LCM. Short-circuit to ground in the wiring harness between the fuse/relay center and LCM. Low battery voltage. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. Certain bulbs do not operate. Appropriate check: Check battery voltage. Fault-trace the power supply for an open-circuit or short-circuit to ground between the fuse/relay center and LCM. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the control unit and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 .

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

MID 216 PSID 36 Power Supply 3


Fault code
FMI 3
Abnormally high voltage or short-circuit to higher voltage.

Conditions for fault code: If the voltage at the power supply 3 (PC2:2) input on the Light Control Module (LCM) is more than 16V, the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Alternator fault. Jump starting has been used.
W3006787

Note: 30A circuit breakers are installed in the


following fuse locations: F8, F10, F16, F42, F45 and F49.

Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. Lighting does not function. Appropriate check: Check whether other control units have power supply fault codes. If so perform a charging test on the vehicle to see if the high voltage is due to battery or alternator problems.

General information
The Light control Module (LCM) is powered at all times by six main power supply pins and is activated by the ignition switch, also whenever any wake up functions are activated. Each of the six pins supports various lamp functions. Note: The fault code is stored for one power supply at a time. If there are faults in several power supplies at the same time the active fault code must be corrected before the next one can be read off/checked. Power supply 3 (PC2:2) is protected by a 30A circuit breaker. Component: LCM3, circuit breaker (F16); Light Control Module (A27).

FMI 4
Abnormally low voltage or short-circuit to lower voltage.

Conditions for fault code: If the voltage at the power supply 3 (PC2:2) input on the Light Control Module (LCM) is less than 8 V, the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Open circuit breaker (F16). Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the fuse/relay center and the LCM. Short-circuit to ground in the wiring harness between the fuse/relay center and LCM. Low battery voltage. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. Certain bulbs do not operate. Appropriate check: Check battery voltage. Fault-trace the power supply for an open-circuit or short-circuit to ground between the fuse/relay center and LCM. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the control unit and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 .

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

MID 216 PSID 37 Power Supply 4


Fault code
FMI 3
Abnormally high voltage or short-circuit to higher voltage.

Conditions for fault code: If the voltage at the power supply 4 (PC1:1) input on the Light Control Module (LCM) is more than 16V, the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Alternator fault. Jump starting has been used.
W3006787

Note: 30A circuit breakers are installed in the


following fuse locations: F8, F10, F16, F42, F45 and F49.

Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. Lighting does not function. Appropriate check: Check whether other control units have power supply fault codes. If so perform a charging test on the vehicle to see if the high voltage is due to battery or alternator problems.

General information
The Light control Module (LCM) is powered at all times by six main power supply pins and is activated by the ignition switch, also whenever any wake up functions are activated. Each of the six pins supports various lamp functions. Note: The fault code is stored for one power supply at a time. If there are faults in several power supplies at the same time the active fault code must be corrected before the next one can be read off/checked. Power supply 4 is protected by a 30A fuse. Component: LCM4, Fuse (F49); Light Control Module (A27).

FMI 4
Abnormally low voltage or short-circuit to lower voltage.

Conditions for fault code: If the voltage at the power supply 4 (PC1:1) input on the Light Control Module (LCM) is less than 8 V, the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Open circuit fuse (F49). Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the fuse/relay center and the LCM. Short-circuit to ground in the wiring harness between the fuse/relay center and LCM. Low battery voltage. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. Certain bulbs do not operate. Appropriate check: Check battery voltage. Fault-trace the power supply for an open-circuit or short-circuit to ground between the fuse/relay center and LCM. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the control unit and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 .

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

MID 216 PSID 38 Power Supply 5


Fault code
FMI 3
Abnormally high voltage or short-circuit to higher voltage.

Conditions for fault code: If the voltage at the power supply 5 (PC2:15) input on the Light Control Module (LCM) is more than 16V, the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Alternator fault. Jump starting has been used.
W3006787

Note: 30A circuit breakers are installed in the


following fuse locations: F8, F10, F16, F42, F45 and F49.

Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. Lighting does not function. Appropriate check: Check whether other control units have power supply fault codes. If so perform a charging test on the vehicle to see if the high voltage is due to battery or alternator problems.

General information
The Light control Module (LCM) is powered at all times by six main power supply pins and is activated by the ignition switch, also whenever any wake up functions are activated. Each of the six pins supports various lamp functions. Note: The fault code is stored for one power supply at a time. If there are faults in several power supplies at the same time the active fault code must be corrected before the next one can be read off/checked. Power supply 5 is protected by a 30A circuit breaker. Component: LCM5, Circuit Breaker (F42); Light Control Module (A27).

FMI 4
Abnormally low voltage or short-circuit to lower voltage.

Conditions for fault code: If the voltage at the power supply 5 (PC2:15) input on the Light Control Module (LCM) is less than 8 V, the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Open circuit breaker (F42). Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the fuse/relay center and the LCM. Short-circuit to ground in the wiring harness between the fuse/relay center and LCM. Low battery voltage. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. Certain bulbs do not operate. Appropriate check: Check battery voltage. Fault-trace the power supply for an open-circuit or short-circuit to ground between the fuse/relay center and LCM. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the control unit and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 .

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

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MID 216 PSID 39 Power Supply 6


Fault code
FMI 3
Abnormally high voltage or short-circuit to higher voltage.

Conditions for fault code: If the voltage at the power supply 6 (PC1:16) input on the Light Control Module (LCM) is more than 16V, the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Alternator fault. Jump starting has been used.
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Note: 30A circuit breakers are installed in the


following fuse locations: F8, F10, F16, F42, F45 and F49.

Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. Lighting does not function. Appropriate check: Check whether other control units have power supply fault codes. If so perform a charging test on the vehicle to see if the high voltage is due to battery or alternator problems.

General information
The Light control Module (LCM) is powered at all times by six main power supply pins and is activated by the ignition switch, also whenever any wake up functions are activated. Each of the six pins supports various lamp functions. Note: The fault code is stored for one power supply at a time. If there are faults in several power supplies at the same time the active fault code must be corrected before the next one can be read off/checked. Power supply 6 is protected by a 30A circuit breaker. Component: LCM6, Circuit Breaker (F45); Light Control Module (A27).

FMI 4
Abnormally low voltage or short-circuit to lower voltage.

Conditions for fault code: If the voltage at the power supply 6 (PC1:16) input on the Light Control Module (LCM) is less than 8 V, the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Open circuit breaker (F45). Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the fuse/relay center and the LCM. Short-circuit to ground in the wiring harness between the fuse/relay center and LCM. Low battery voltage. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. Certain bulbs do not operate. Appropriate check: Check battery voltage. Fault-trace the power supply for an open-circuit or short-circuit to ground between the fuse/relay center and LCM. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the control unit and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 .

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

MID 216 PSID 40 Power Supply, Ignition ON


Fault code
FMI 3
Abnormally high voltage or short-circuit to higher voltage.

Conditions for fault code: If the voltage at the ignition key position input on the control unit is less than 2V, at the same time at the message ignition key in drive position is transmitted over SAE J1587/1708 or the vehicle speed is greater than 10 km/h (6 mph) for more than 60 seconds, the control unit interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Defective ignition switch. Defective fuse F65. Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the fuse/relay center and the LCM. Short-circuit to ground in the cable harness between the fuse/relay center and LCM. Low battery voltage.
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General information
The control unit receives ignition power when the ignition key is in the drive position. Ignition power is used to activate the control unit. If no ignition signal is received, the control unit is turned off unless terminal 15 (key switch) information is transmitted on the SAE J1587/1708 data link or the vehicle speed on the J1939 control data link is greater than 10 km/h (6 mph). Component: Fuse, LCM control (F37 or F58), Light Control Module (A27). Note: Depending on vehicle type, only one fuse will power the circuit. (F37 or F58)

Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. The daytime running light function does not operate. Appropriate check: Check fuse F37 or F58. Check battery voltage. Check voltage at control unit. Check for a defective ignition switch. Check voltage at component S15, Ignition switch. Fault-trace for an open-circuit or short-circuit to ground between the fuse/relay center and the LCM. Use the wiring diagram.

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

MID 216 PSID 41 Stalk Switch Direction Indicator


General information
The turn signal light stalk switch connects one input on the Light Control Module to ground when left is selected and another when right is selected. Component: Stalk switch, turn signal light (S13), Light Control Module (A27).

Fault code
FMI 12
Defective unit or component.

W3005565

Conditions for fault code: If the Light Control Module (LCM) detects that the turn signal light switch is reading both left and right at the same time, the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Short-circuit to ground in the wiring harness between the LCM and turn signal light switch. Defective turn signal light switch. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. The turn signal light does not function. Appropriate check: 3646060205 Lever switch turn signal lamps, test Check the turn signal switch at the component for showing connection to ground on both wire 112 and 113 at the same time. This would indicate a defective turn signal switch. Fault-trace the wiring harness for a short-circuit to ground between the LCM and the switch. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the LCM and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 .

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

MID 216 PSID 42 Rheostat, Dash Dimmer Control


General information
The Light Control Module receives a signal from the light switch that determines light intensity. Component: Light switch (S01), Light Control Module (A27).

Fault code
FMI 3
Abnormally high voltage or short-circuit to higher voltage.

W3005269

Conditions for fault code: If the voltage at the background lighting input on the Light Control Module (LCM) is more than approximately 13.5V (90 % of Vbat), the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Short-circuit to voltage in the wiring harness between the LCM and the lighting control switch. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. Back lighting goes to full brightness. Appropriate check: MID 216 PSID 29/30/42 Lighting Control Switch, Check page 42.

FMI 4
W3005721

Abnormally low voltage or short-circuit to lower voltage.

Conditions for fault code: If the voltage at the background lighting input on the Light Control Module (LCM) is less than approximately 1.5V (10 % of Vbat), the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Open-circuit in the power supply in the wiring harness between the LCM and the lighting control switch. Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the LCM and the lighting control switch. Short-circuit to ground in the wiring harness between the LCM and the lighting control switch. Contact resistance or oxidation. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. Back lighting goes to full brightness and can not be adjusted to a lower setting. Appropriate check: MID 216 PSID 29/30/42 Lighting Control Switch, Check page 42.

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

MID 216 PSID 45 Side Repeater (Right Side)



Warning light Bulb failure warning sensor illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Right side repeater does not light.

Appropriate check: Check right side repeater bulb. Check for an open in circuit 113A-A between the LCM and the right side repeater. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the LCM and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 . Check for a properly grounded or open circuit for the right side repeater. Use the wiring diagram.
W3005568

FMI 6
Abnormally high current or short-circuit to ground.

General information
Power for the right side repeater bulb is supplied by a separate terminal in the Light Control Module when the right turn signal light is activated. Component: Lamp, Side Repeater (E11R); Light Control Module (A27).

Conditions for fault code: If the bulb connected to the right side repeater draws more than 68 W (5.66 A), the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored.
Note: If the voltage to the LCM is more than 16V a fault code is not stored.

Fault code
FMI 5
Abnormally low current or open-circuit.

Possible cause: Short-circuit to ground in the wiring harness between the LCM and the right side repeater bulb. Too many/powerful bulbs directly connected to the LCM. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Right side repeater light does not light. Appropriate check: Check the bulb/socket for short to ground. Replace as necessary. Check for a short to ground in circuit 113A-A between the LCM and the right side repeater. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the LCM and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 .

Conditions for fault code: If the bulb connected to the right side repeater draws less than 2 W (0.1 A), the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Right side repeater bulb/socket are defective. Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the LCM and right side repeater bulb. Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the right side repeater bulb and ground. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated.

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

MID 216 PSID 46 Side Repeater (Left Side)



Warning light Bulb failure warning sensor illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Left side repeater does not light.

Appropriate check: Check left side repeater bulb. Check for an open in circuit 112A-A between the LCM and the left side repeater. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the LCM and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 . Check for a properly grounded or open circuit for the left side repeater. Use the wiring diagram.
W3005568

FMI 6
Abnormally high current or short-circuit to ground.

General information
Power for the left side repeater bulb is supplied by a separate terminal in the Light Control Module when the left turn signal light is activated. Component: Lamp, Side Repeater (E11L); Light Control Module (A27).

Conditions for fault code: If the bulbs connected to the left side repeater draws more than 68 W (5.66 A), the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored.
Note: If the voltage to the LCM is more than 16V a fault code is not stored.

Fault code
FMI 5
Abnormally low current or open-circuit.

Possible cause: Short-circuit to ground in the wiring harness between the LCM and the left side repeater bulb. Too many/powerful bulbs directly connected to the LCM. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Left side repeater light does not light. Appropriate check: Check the bulb/socket for short to ground. Replace as necessary. Check for a short to ground in circuit 112A-A between the LCM and the left side repeater. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the LCM and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 .

Conditions for fault code: If the bulb connected to the left side repeater draws less than 2 W (0.1 A), the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Left side repeater bulb/socket are defective. Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the LCM and left side repeater bulb. Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the left side repeater bulb and ground. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated.

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

MID 216 PSID 48 Park and License Plate Lights, Tractor


Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. Warning light Bulb failure warning sensor illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Rear tractor park lights and license plate light bulbs do not light. Appropriate check: Replace rear tractor park lights or license plate light bulbs. Check for an open in circuit 90 between the rear tractor park lights and license plate light bulbs and the LCM. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the LCM and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 . Check for an open ground circuit for the rear tractor park lights and license plate light bulbs. Use the wiring diagram.

W3005569

General information
Power for the rear tractor park lights and license plate light bulbs are supplied by a separate terminal in the Light Control Module. Component: Lamp, License plate light (E39); Light Control Module (A27).

FMI 6
Abnormally high current or short-circuit to ground.

Fault code
FMI 5
Abnormally low current or open-circuit.

Conditions for fault code: If the bulbs connected to the rear tractor park lights and license plate light draw more than 119 W (9.9 A), the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored.
Note: If the voltage to the LCM is more than 16V a fault code is not stored.

Conditions for fault code: If the bulbs connected to the rear tractor park lights and license plate light draw less than 2 W (0.1 A), the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Rear tractor park lights and license plate light bulbs are defective. Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the LCM and the rear tractor park lights and license plate light bulbs. Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the rear tractor park lights and license plate light bulbs and ground.

Possible cause: Short-circuit to ground in the wiring harness between the LCM and the rear tractor park lights and license plate light bulbs. Too many/powerful bulbs directly connected to the LCM. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Rear tractor park lights and license plate light bulbs does not light. Appropriate check: Check for a short to ground in circuit 90 between the rear tractor park lights and license plate light bulbs and LCM. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the LCM and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 .

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

MID 216 PSID 49 Roof Marker/Clearance Lights, Tractor


Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. Warning light Bulb failure warning sensor illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Tractor roof marker/clearance light bulbs do not light. Tractor roof sign lights do not light as well (If equipped). Appropriate check: Replace tractor roof marker/clearance light bulbs. Replace tractor roof marker/clearance/sign light bulbs as required. Check for an open in circuit 52 between the tractor roof marker/clearance light bulbs and the LCM. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the LCM and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 . Check for an open ground circuit for the tractor roof marker/clearance light bulbs. Use the wiring diagram.

W3005570

General information
Power for the Tractor roof marker/clearance lamps are supplied by a separate terminal in the Light Control Module. Component: Marker Lamp (E12), Lamp Roof Sign illumination (E22), Sunvisor Lamp (E36), Light Control Module (A27).

FMI 6
Abnormally high current or short-circuit to ground.

Fault code
FMI 5
Abnormally low current or open-circuit.

Conditions for fault code: If the bulbs connected to the tractor roof marker/clearance light draw more than 97 W (8.05 A), the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored.
Note: If the voltage to the LCM is more than 16V a fault code is not stored.

Conditions for fault code: If the bulbs connected to the tractor roof marker/clearance lamps draw less than 2 W (0.1 A), the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Tractor roof marker/clearance light bulbs are defective. Tractor Roof sign light bulbs are defective (If equipped). Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the LCM and the tractor roof marker/clearance light bulbs. Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the tractor roof marker/clearance light bulbs and ground.

Possible cause: Short-circuit to ground in the wiring harness between the LCM and the tractor roof marker/clearance light bulbs. Too many/powerful bulbs directly connected to the LCM. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Tractor roof marker/clearance/sign light bulbs do not light. Appropriate check: Check for a short to ground in circuit 52 between the tractor roof marker/clearance/sign light bulbs and LCM. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the LCM and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 .

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

MID 216 PSID 50 Park Lights, Tractor Front


Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. Warning light Bulb failure warning sensor illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Tractor front park light bulbs do not light. Appropriate check: Replace tractor front park light bulbs. Check for an open in circuit 56F between the tractor front park light bulbs and the LCM. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the LCM and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 . Check for an open ground circuit for the tractor front park light bulbs. Use the wiring diagram.

FMI 6
W3005571

Abnormally high current or short-circuit to ground.

General information
Power for the Tractor front park lamps are supplied by a separate terminal in the Light Control Module. Component: Tractor front park lamps, Light Control Module (A27).

Conditions for fault code: If the bulbs connected to the tractor front park lights draw more than 110 W (9.2 A), the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored.
Note: If the voltage to the LCM is more than 16V a fault code is not stored.

Fault code
FMI 5
Abnormally low current or open-circuit.

Possible cause: Short-circuit to ground in the wiring harness between the LCM and the tractor front park lamps. Too many/powerful bulbs directly connected to the LCM. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Tractor front park light bulbs do not light. Appropriate check: Check for a short to ground in circuit 56F between the tractor front park light bulbs and LCM. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the LCM and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 .

Conditions for fault code: If the bulbs connected to the tractor front park lamps draw less than 2 W (0.1 A), the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Tractor front park lamp bulbs are defective. Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the LCM and the tractor front park lamps. Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the tractor front park lamps and ground.

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

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MID 216 PSID 51 Park Lights Relay, Trailer


Fault code
FMI 3
Voltage above normal or shorted high.

Conditions for fault code: If the relay connected to the trailer park light draws less than (0.1 A), the control unit interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Short-circuit to higher voltage in the wiring harness between the LCM and the trailer brake light relay. Damaged wire harness. The trailer park light relay is defective. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Trailer park lights on all the time. Appropriate check: Check for a short to battery in circuit 50 between the LCM and the trailer park light relay (RLY02). Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the control unit and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 .

W3005572

General information
The trailer park light output circuit from the LCM drives the Trailer Parking Relay (RLY02). Power for the trailer park light bulbs is controlled by the trailer parking relay (RLY02), which is actuated through a separate terminal in the Light Control Module when the park lights are activated. Note: Fault codes are erased when the trailer is uncoupled. Note: The fault code is not stored when a bulb is defective. Component: Light Control Module (A27); Trailer connector, 7-pin (X04), Relay Trailer Parking (RLY02).

FMI 4
Voltage below normal or shorted low.

Conditions for fault code: If the relay connected to the trailer park light draws more than 0.5 A (relay), the control unit interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Short-circuit to ground in the wire harness between the LCM and trailer park light relay. Damaged wire harness. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Trailer park lights do not light. Appropriate check: Check for a short to ground in circuit 50 between the LCM and the trailer park light relay (RLY02). Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the control unit and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 .

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

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MID 216 PSID 52 Retarder Indicator LED Allison


General information
Whenever the retarder activates the brake lights, the Light Control Module activates an LED showing the retarder being active. Component: Light switch (S01), Light Control Module (A27), Allison retarder ON/OFF switch (S24C).

Fault code
FMI 4
Abnormally low voltage or short-circuit to lower voltage.

Conditions for fault code: If the Light Control Module (LCM) detects a short-circuit to ground, the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Open-circuit in the power supply in the wiring harness between the LCM and retarder on/off switch. Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the LCM and retarder on/off switch. Short-circuit to ground in the wiring harness between the LCM and retarder on/off switch. Contact resistance or oxidation. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. LED not illuminating when the retarder is active. Appropriate check: Check for a short to ground in circuit 75A between the LCM and the Allison retarder ON/OFF switch (S24C). Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the control unit and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 .

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

MID 216 PSID 53 Marker (ICC) Trailer Relay

W3005666

General information
The trailer park light output (PC2:11) circuit drives the Trailer Marker Relay (RLY09). Power for the trailer marker light bulbs is controlled by the trailer marker relay (RLY09), which is actuated through a separate terminal in the Light Control Module when the park lights are activated. Note: Fault codes are erased when the trailer is uncoupled. Note: The fault code is not stored when a bulb is defective. Component: Light Control Module (A27); Trailer connector, 7-pin (X04), Trailer Marker Relay (RLY09).

Fault code
FMI 6
Abnormally high current or short-circuit to ground.

Conditions for fault code: If the relay connected to the trailer marker light draws more than 0.5 A (relay), the control unit interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Short-circuit to ground in the wire harness between the LCM and trailer marker light relay. Damaged wire harness. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Trailer marker lights do not light. Appropriate check: Check for a short to ground in circuit 53A between the LCM and the trailer marker light relay (RLY09). Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the control unit and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 .

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

MID 216 PSID 54 Marker Interrupt


General information
Component: Switch steering wheel push buttons (S34), Control unit SWM (steering functions) (A30), Contact reel air bag (X08), Control unit (LCM) exterior lighting (A27).

Fault code
FMI 12
Defective unit or component.

Condition for fault code:

If Marker interrupt button is depressed for longer than one minute, the control unit will interpret this as an error and the fault code will be set.

Possible cause:

W3005294

Button depressed for longer than one minute. Faulty button set.

Reaction from control unit:


Fault code set. Information lamp requested. Fault message is sent to the instrument cluster. Marker interrupt is switched off after 3 seconds.

Noticeable external symptom:


Information lamp illuminated. Marker interrupt does not function.

Appropriate inspection:
Perform the appropriate steering wheel switch test, see service information Steering Wheel Module Fault Codes.

W3005296

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

MID 216 PSID 55 Headlamp Interrupt


General information
Component: Switch steering wheel push buttons (S34), Control unit SWM (steering functions) (A30), Contact reel air bag (X08), Control unit (LCM) exterior lighting (A27).

Fault code
FMI 12
Defective unit or component.

Condition for fault code:

If Headlamp interrupt button is depressed for longer than one minute, the control unit will interpret this as an error and the fault code will be set.

Possible cause:

W3005294

Button depressed for longer than one minute. Faulty button set.

Reaction from control unit:


Fault code set. Information lamp requested. Fault message is sent to the instrument cluster. Headlamp interrupt is switched off after 3 seconds.

Noticeable external symptom:


Information lamp illuminated. Headlamp interrupt does not function.

Appropriate inspection:
Perform the appropriate steering wheel switch test, see service information Steering Wheel Module Fault Codes.

W3005296

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

MID 216 PSID 57 Back of Cab Lights


Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. Warning light Bulb failure warning sensor illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Back of cab lamps do not light. Appropriate check: Replace back of cab light bulbs. Check for an open in circuit 139 between the back of cab lamps and the LCM. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the LCM and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 . Check for an open ground circuit for the back of cab lamps. Use the wiring diagram.
W3005725

General information
Power for the back of cab lamps are supplied by a separate terminal in the Light Control Module. Component: Back of Cab Lamps (E05); Switch, Back of Cab Lamps (S76); Light Control Module (A27).

FMI 6
Abnormally high current or short-circuit to ground.

Conditions for fault code: If the bulbs connected to the back of cab lamps draw more than 117 W (9.78 A), the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored.
Note: If the voltage to the LCM is more than 16V a fault code is not stored.

Fault code
FMI 5
Abnormally low current or open-circuit.

Conditions for fault code: If the bulbs connected to the back of cab lamps draw less than 2 W (0.1 A), the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Back of cab lamps are defective. Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the LCM and the back of cab lamps. Open-circuit in the wiring harness between the back of cab lamps and ground.

Possible cause: Short-circuit to ground in the wiring harness between the LCM and the back of cab lamps. Too many/powerful bulbs directly connected to the LCM. Noticeable external symptoms: Information light illuminated. A message is shown in the display. Back of cab lamps do not light. Appropriate check: Check for a short to ground in circuit 139 between the back of cab lamps and LCM. Use the wiring diagram. For the terminals on the LCM and their nominal values, see Lighting Control Module (LCM), Signal Descriptions page 3 .

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Group 35 Light Control Module (LCM)

Troubleshooting

MID 216 PSID 200 J1939 Data Link Interruption, Engine ECU
General information
The control units share important information through the J1939 control data link. If a control unit is missing a message from another control unit this fault code is used to indicate the control unit that is expected to transmit the message on the J1939 control data link failed to transmit. For further information regarding the J1939 control data link, see service information group 3, Data Links, Fault Tracing Note: The fault codes are only stored if the message disappears during the operating cycle. The message must have been sent earlier during that operating cycle. The control unit automatically configures itself to the control units available in the vehicle.

Fault code
FMI 9
Abnormal update rate.

Conditions for fault code: If the control unit does not receive the message within a specific period from the engine control unit through the J1939 control data link, the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Open-circuit in the J1939 control data link between the LCM and the engine control unit. Noticeable external symptoms: Warning light illuminated. Appropriate check: Fault-trace the J1939 control data link, see service information Data Links, Fault Tracing.

MID 216 PSID 201 J1939 Data Link Interruption, Vehicle ECU
General information
The control units share important information through the J1939 control data link. If a control unit is missing a message from another control unit this fault code is used to indicate the control unit that is expected to transmit the message through the J1939 control data link. For further information regarding the J1939 control data link, see service information group 0, Vehicle Electronics Note: The fault codes are only stored if the message disappears during the operating cycle. The message must have been sent earlier during that operating cycle. The control unit automatically configures itself to the control units available in the vehicle.

Fault code
FMI 9
Abnormal update rate.

Conditions for fault code: If the control unit does not receive the message within a specific period from the vehicle control unit through the J1939 control data link, the LCM interprets this as an error and a fault code is stored. Possible cause: Open-circuit in the J1939 control data link between the LCM and the vehicle control unit. Noticeable external symptoms: Warning light illuminated. Automatic low light function does not function. Appropriate check: Fault-trace the J1939 control data link, see service information Data Links, Fault Tracing.

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Operation Numbers
3500-21-02-01 MID 216 PSID 19 Relay, Intermittent Wiper, Check ................................................................................. 33 3500-21-03-02 MID 216 PSID 29/30/42 Lighting Control Switch, Check ......................................................................... 42

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