Ride Height Sensor

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  1. AxelR

    AxelR Full Access Member

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    Hey all,

    So I just got my first 2 suspension faults.
    I checked what it was with the IIDTool and here's what came up:
    VIN: SALAK2D47AA536xxx
    Vehicule scanned on 07-02-2014 18:40
    Using IIDTool+BLE

    ABS-Brake Module

    U0421-68 (2B) Invalid data received from ride level control module - Algorithm based failure - event information
    U3003-62 (28) Battery voltage - Algorithm based failure - signal compare failure

    RLM-Suspension

    C1A06-1C (AF) Rear right height sensor - General electrical failure - circuit voltage out of range

    I cleared the fault the first time and been driving around without problems. But it happened again today (so twice within 24hrs).

    I did my best to check the sensor and all seems fine.

    Any idea of what this might be?

    Thank you

    Sent from my i&iPhone
     
  2. suvowner

    suvowner Full Access Member

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    you probably have a wire somewhere making contact with ground and causing the voltage changes......
     
  3. Surfrider77

    Surfrider77 Full Access Member

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    Or a simple sensor fault?
     
  4. AxelR

    AxelR Full Access Member

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    Thank you.
    I will look further into it and I'll give a call to the dealer if it happens again.
    I'm also thinking that I might have a bushing problem on the front passenger side. I need to check that too (parked on the street with snow everywhere isn't the ideal situation for getting under the truck). I hear a light sound when I drive slow over bumps. Noticed it for the first time when I went off-roading two weeks ago.
     

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