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SCANIA Truck SMS Fault Codes DTC

Code Title Fault Causes Notes Remedy

 

19

Solenoid valve front axle.

 

The voltage applied to the solenoid valve is too high.

 

A malfunction code is generated when an extraneous "positive" voltage is applied to the solenoid valve or to a wired harness, for example, as a result of a short circuit.

 

When this fault occurs, the backup functions and automatic adjustment of the front axle suspension level cease. Only emergency support functions. In the presence of this fault, the yellow warning light is on.

 

Check the wiring harness for damage and incorrect connections, make sure the solenoid valve is not damaged.

 

21

Solenoid valve front axle.

 

An open or too low current in the electrical circuit.

 

A fault code is generated when an open circuit occurs in the winding circuit of the solenoid valve or in the wiring between the control unit and the solenoid valve.

 

When this fault occurs, the backup functions and automatic adjustment of the front axle suspension level cease. Only emergency support functions. In the presence of this fault, the yellow warning light is on.

 

Check the wiring harness for damage and breaks, make sure the solenoid valve is not damaged.

 

22

Solenoid valve front axle.

 

The voltage applied to the solenoid valve is too low.

 

This fault code is generated when a short circuit to earth occurs in the solenoid valve or in a wired harness.

 

This DTC can be generated when a short circuit occurs between two or more activated solenoid valves.

 

When this fault occurs, a ban is placed on the implementation of the standby function and the automatic chassis height adjustment function. Only emergency functions work. In the presence of this fault, the yellow warning light is on.

 

Check the wiring harness for damage and incorrect connections, make sure the solenoid valve is not damaged.

 

51

Solenoid valve rear axle.

 

The voltage applied to the solenoid valve is too high.

 

A malfunction code is generated when an extraneous "positive" voltage is applied to the solenoid valve or to a wired harness, for example, as a result of a short circuit.

 

When this fault occurs, a ban is imposed on the implementation of backup functions, load redistribution and automatic chassis height adjustment. Only emergency support functions. In the presence of this fault, the yellow warning light is on.

 

Check the wiring harness for damage and incorrect connections, make sure the solenoid valve is not damaged.

 

53

Solenoid valve rear axle.

 

An open or too low current in the electrical circuit.

 

A fault code is generated when an open circuit occurs in the winding circuit of the solenoid valve or in the wiring between the control unit and the solenoid valve.

 

When this fault occurs, a ban is imposed on the implementation of backup functions, load redistribution and automatic chassis height adjustment. Only emergency support functions. In the presence of this fault, the yellow warning light is on.

 

Check the wiring harness for damage and breaks, make sure the solenoid valve is not damaged.


54

Solenoid valve rear axle.

 

The voltage applied to the solenoid valve is too low.

 

This fault code is generated when a short circuit to earth occurs in the solenoid valve or in a wired harness.

 

This DTC can be generated when a short circuit occurs between two or more activated solenoid valves.

 

When this fault occurs, a ban is imposed on the implementation of backup functions, load redistribution and automatic chassis height adjustment. Only emergency support functions. In the presence of this fault, the yellow warning light is on.

 

Check the wiring harness for damage and incorrect connections, make sure the solenoid valve is not damaged.

 

67

Solenoid valve rear axle, left side.

 

The voltage applied to the solenoid valve is too high.

 

A malfunction code is generated when an extraneous "positive" voltage is applied to the solenoid valve or to a wired harness, for example, as a result of a short circuit.

 

When this fault occurs, a ban is imposed on the implementation of backup functions, load redistribution and automatic chassis height adjustment. Only emergency support functions. In the presence of this fault, the yellow warning light is on.

 

Check the wiring harness for damage and incorrect connections, make sure the solenoid valve is not damaged.

 

69

Solenoid valve rear axle, left side.

 

An open or too low current in the electrical circuit.

 

A fault code is generated when an open circuit occurs in the winding circuit of the solenoid valve or in the wiring between the control unit and the solenoid valve.

 

When this fault occurs, a ban is imposed on the implementation of backup functions, load redistribution and automatic chassis height adjustment. Only emergency support functions. In the presence of this fault, the yellow warning light is on.

 

Check the wiring harness for damage and breaks, make sure the solenoid valve is not damaged.

 

70

Solenoid valve rear axle, left side.

 

The voltage applied to the solenoid valve is too low.

 

This fault code is generated when a short circuit to earth occurs in the solenoid valve or in a wired harness.

 

This DTC can be generated when a short circuit occurs between two or more activated solenoid valves.

 

When this fault occurs, a ban is imposed on the implementation of backup functions, load redistribution and automatic chassis height adjustment. Only emergency support functions. In the presence of this fault, the yellow warning light is on.

 

Check the wiring harness for damage and incorrect connections, make sure the solenoid valve is not damaged.

 

99

Electromagnetic valve of the additional bridge (bridge 3).

 

The voltage applied to the solenoid valve is too high.

 

A malfunction code is generated when an extraneous "positive" voltage is applied to the solenoid valve or to a wired harness, for example, as a result of a short circuit.

 

When this fault occurs, a ban is imposed on the implementation of backup functions, load redistribution, raising / lowering of an additional bridge and automatic adjustment of chassis height. Only emergency support functions. In the presence of this fault, the yellow warning light is on.

 

Check the wiring harness for damage and incorrect connections, make sure the solenoid valve is not damaged.

 

101

Electromagnetic valve of the additional bridge (bridge 3).

 

An open or too low current in the electrical circuit.

 

A fault code is generated when an open circuit occurs in the winding circuit of the solenoid valve or in the wiring between the control unit and the solenoid valve.

 

When this fault occurs, a ban is imposed on the implementation of backup functions, load redistribution, raising / lowering of an additional bridge and automatic adjustment of chassis height. Only emergency support functions. In the presence of this fault, the yellow warning light is on.

 

Check the wiring harness for damage and breaks, make sure the solenoid valve is not damaged.

 

102

Electromagnetic valve of the additional bridge (bridge 3).

 

The voltage applied to the solenoid valve is too low.

 

This fault code is generated when a short circuit to earth occurs in the solenoid valve or in a wired harness.

 

This DTC can be generated when a short circuit occurs between two or more activated solenoid valves.


115

Control valve for drive axle.

 

The voltage applied to the solenoid valve is too high.

 

A malfunction code is generated when an extraneous "positive" voltage is applied to the solenoid valve or to a wired harness, for example, as a result of a short circuit.

 

When this fault occurs, a ban is imposed on the implementation of backup functions, load redistribution, raising / lowering of an additional bridge and automatic adjustment of chassis height. Only emergency support functions. In the presence of this fault, the yellow warning light is on.

 

Check the wiring harness for damage and incorrect connections, make sure the solenoid valve is not damaged.

 

117

Control valve for drive axle.

 

An open or too low current in the electrical circuit.

 

A fault code is generated when an open circuit occurs in the winding circuit of the solenoid valve or in the wiring between the control unit and the solenoid valve.

 

When this fault occurs, a ban is imposed on the implementation of backup functions, load redistribution, raising / lowering of an additional bridge and automatic adjustment of chassis height. Only emergency support functions. In the presence of this fault, the yellow warning light is on.

 

Check the wiring harness for damage and breaks, make sure the solenoid valve is not damaged.

 

118

Control valve for drive axle.

 

The voltage applied to the solenoid valve is too low.

 

This fault code is generated when a short circuit to earth occurs in the solenoid valve or in a wired harness.

 

This DTC can be generated when a short circuit occurs between two or more activated solenoid valves.

 

When this fault occurs, a ban is imposed on the implementation of backup functions, load redistribution, raising / lowering of an additional bridge and automatic adjustment of chassis height. Only emergency support functions. In the presence of this fault, the yellow warning light is on.

 

Check the wiring harness for damage and incorrect connections, make sure the solenoid valve is not damaged.

 

131

Solenoid valve for lifting an additional bridge

 

The voltage applied to the solenoid valve is too high.

 

A malfunction code is generated when an extraneous "positive" voltage is applied to the solenoid valve or to a wired harness, for example, as a result of a short circuit.

 

When this fault occurs, a ban is imposed on the implementation of backup functions, load redistribution and manual raising / lowering of an additional bridge. In the presence of this fault, the yellow warning light is on.

 

Check the wiring harness for damage and incorrect connections, make sure the solenoid valve is not damaged.

 

133

Solenoid valve for lifting an additional bridge

 

An open or too low current in the electrical circuit.

 

A fault code is generated when an open circuit occurs in the winding circuit of the solenoid valve or in the wiring between the control unit and the solenoid valve.

 

When this fault occurs, a ban is imposed on the implementation of backup functions, load redistribution and manual raising / lowering of an additional bridge. In the presence of this fault, the yellow warning light is on.

 

Check the wiring harness for damage and breaks, make sure the solenoid valve is not damaged.

 

134

Solenoid valve for lifting an additional bridge

 

The voltage applied to the solenoid valve is too low.

 

This fault code is generated when a short circuit to earth occurs in the solenoid valve or in a wired harness.

 

This DTC can be generated when a short circuit occurs between two or more activated solenoid valves.

 

When this fault occurs, a ban is imposed on the implementation of backup functions, load redistribution and manual raising / lowering of an additional bridge. In the presence of this fault, the yellow warning light is on.

 

Check the wiring harness for damage and incorrect connections, make sure the solenoid valve is not damaged.

 

147

Solenoid valve for lowering the additional bridge

 

The voltage applied to the solenoid valve is too high.

 

A malfunction code is generated when an extraneous "positive" voltage is applied to the solenoid valve or to a wired harness, for example, as a result of a short circuit.

 

When this fault occurs, a ban is imposed on the implementation of backup functions, load redistribution and manual raising / lowering of an additional bridge. In the presence of this fault, the yellow warning light is on.