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MID 216 Codes DTC


Volvo, Renault, Mack Codes Decryption of Malfunctions DTC - MID 216

 

Fault Code, DTC Parameter, Fault Description

 

LCM Outdoor Lighting Control Module

 

MID 216 SID 231 FMI 2

The Data channel SAE J1939.

The LCM cannot communicate with other blocks over the SAE J1939 data channel. Open or partial damage to the circuit of the data channel. Shorting the circuit of the data channel to ground or to a higher voltage. The LCM may be defective.

 

MID 216 SID 240 FMI 2

A Program memory.

The LCM can't use its software. Perform re-programming.

 

MID 216 SID 250 FMI 2

A Data Channel SAE J1708.

The LCM control unit can't identify the information received on the SAE J1708 data channel. Invalid messages from other blocks. Check error codes in other control units.

 

MID 216 SID 250 FMI 3

A Data Channel SAE J1708.

Shorting the data channel circuit between the LCM and other blocks to a higher voltage.

 

MID 216 SID 250 FMI 4

A Data Channel SAE J1708.

Short circuit of the data channel circuit between the LCM and other blocks to ground.

 

MID 216 SID 250 FMI 9

A Data Channel SAE J1708.

A break in the circuit of the data channel between the LCM block and other blocks.

 

MID 216 SID 250 FMI 12

A Data Channel SAE J1708.

The data channel is faulty inside the engine control unit. Internal malfunction in the unit. Replace control unit.

 

MID 216 SID 253 FMI 2

An EEPROM calibration memory.

The Software malfunction. Reprogram the control unit.

 

MID 216 SID 253 FMI 12

An EEPROM calibration memory.

The Internal malfunction of the LCM. Try disconnecting the battery power for at least 15 s, reprogram the LCM. If the problem persists, replace the LCM.

 

MID 216 SID 253 FMI 13

An EEPROM calibration memory.

 

The Software malfunction. Try disconnecting the battery power for at least 15 s, reprogram the LCM. If the problem persists, replace the LCM.


MID 216 SID 254 FMI 12

Control unit LCM.

An Unknown LCM malfunction. Try disconnecting the battery power for at least 15 seconds, reprogram the LCM. If the problem persists, replace the LCM

 

MID 216 PSID 1 FMI 5

Main beam, left headlight.

Current strength at the output of the LCM to the lamp is less than 0.1 A. An open power circuit between the LCM and the lamp, an open circuit between the lamp and the ground point, or the lamp is faulty.

 

MID 216 PSID 1 FMI 6

Main beam, left headlight.

Current strength at the output of the LCM to the lamp is greater than 3.1 A. Short circuit to ground between the LCM and the lamp. Several lamps may be connected or a high power lamp may be installed.

 

MID 216 PSID 2 FMI 5

Low beam, left headlight.

Current strength at the output of the LCM to the lamp is less than 0.1 A. An open power circuit between the LCM and the lamp, an open circuit between the lamp and the ground point, or the lamp is faulty.

 

MID 216 PSID 2 FMI 6

Low beam, left headlight.

Current strength at the output of the LCM to the lamp is greater than 3.1 A. Short circuit to ground between the LCM and the lamp. Several lamps may be connected or a high power lamp may be installed.

 

MID 216 PSID 3 FMI 5

High beam, right headlight.

Current strength at the output of the LCM to the lamp is less than 0.1 A. An open power wire between the LCM and the lamp, an open wire between the lamp and the ground point, or the lamp is faulty.

 

MID 216 PSID 3 FMI 6

High beam, right headlight.

Current strength at the output of the LCM to the lamp is greater than 3.1 A. Short circuit to ground between the LCM and the lamp. Several lamps may be connected or a high power lamp may be installed.

 

MID 216 PSID 4 FMI 5

Low beam, right headlight.

Current strength at the output of the LCM to the lamp is less than 0.1 A. An open power wire between the LCM and the lamp, an open wire between the lamp and the ground point, or the lamp is faulty.

 

MID 216 PSID 4 FMI 6

Low beam, right headlight.

Current strength at the output of the LCM to the lamp is greater than 3.1 A. Short circuit to ground between the LCM and the lamp. Several lamps may be connected or a high power lamp may be installed.

 

MID 216 PSID 5 FMI 5

Headlights against fog, front.

The current output from the LCM to the lamps is less than 500 mA. Open wires between the LCM and the lamps, open wires between the lamps and the mass point, or the lamps are defective.

 

MID 216 PSID 5 FMI 6

The Headlights against fog, front.

Current strength at the output of the LCM block to the lamps is greater than 5.8 A. Short circuit of the wire to ground between the LCM block and the lamps.

 

MID 216 PSID 6 FMI 5

The Headlights against fog, rear on a tractor or on a trailer.

The current strength at the output of the LCM block to the lamps is less than 0.1 A. A break in the power wire between the LCM and the lamps, a break in the wire between the lamps and the ground point or the lamps are faulty.

 

MID 216 PSID 6 FMI 6

The Headlights against fog, rear on a tractor or on a trailer.

Current strength at the output of the LCM block to the lamps is more than 3.5 A. Short circuit of the wire to ground between the LCM block and the lamps.

 

MID 216 PSID 7 FMI 5

A Floodlight.

Current output from the LCM to the lamps is less than 500 mA. Open circuits between the LCM and the lamps, open wires between the lamps and the mass point, or the lamps are defective.

MID 216 PSID 7 FMI 6

A Floodlight.

Current strength at the output of the LCM block to the lamps is greater than 5.8 A. Short circuit of the wire to ground between the LCM block and the lamps.

 

MID 216 PSID 8 FMI 5

The Reversing lights on a tractor.

Current output from the LCM to the lamps is less than 500 mA. Open circuit between LCM and lamps, open circuit between lamp and ground, or lamp defective.

 

MID 216 PSID 8 FMI 6

Reversing lights on a tractor.

Current strength at the output of the LCM block to the lamps is greater than 2.25 A. Short circuit of the wire to ground between the LCM block and the lamps. Perhaps several additional lamps are connected or high-power lamps are installed.

 

MID 216 PSID 9 FMI 3

Reversing lights on a trailer.

Voltage at the output of the LCM to the lamps is equal to or higher than the battery voltage. Short circuit between the LCM and the lamps at a higher voltage or the lamps are defective.

 

MID 216 PSID 9 FMI 4

Reversing lights on a trailer.

Voltage at the output from the LCM to the lamps is less than 2 V. The wiring between the LCM and the lamps is shorted to ground.

 

MID 216 PSID 9 FMI 5

Reversing lights on a trailer.

Current strength at the output of the LCM block to the lamps is less than 0.1 A. A break in the power wire between the LCM and the lamps, a break in the wire between the lamps and the ground point or the lamps are faulty.

 

MID 216 PSID 9 FMI 6

Reversing lights on a trailer.

Current strength at the output of the LCM block to the lamps is greater than 5.8 A. Short circuit of the wire to ground between the LCM block and the lamps. It is possible that several additional lamps are connected or a high-power lamp is installed.

 

MID 216 PSID 10 FMI 5

Brake light, left lamp on a tractor.

Current strength at the output of the LCM to the lamp is less than 0.1 A. An open power wire between the LCM and the lamp, an open wire between the lamp and the ground point, or the lamp is faulty.

 

MID 216 PSID 10 FMI 6

Brake light, left lamp on a tractor.

Current strength at the output of the LCM unit to the lamp is greater than 1.8 A. Short circuit of the wire to ground between the LCM unit and the lamp. Several lamps may be connected or a high power lamp may be installed.

 

MID 216 PSID 11 FMI 5

Stop light, right lamp on a tractor.

Current strength at the output of the LCM to the lamp is less than 0.1 A. An open power wire between the LCM and the lamp, an open wire between the lamp and the ground point, or the lamp is faulty.

 

MID 216 PSID 11 FMI 6

Stop light, right lamp on a tractor.

Current strength at the output of the LCM unit to the lamp is greater than 1.8 A. Short circuit of the wire to ground between the LCM unit and the lamp. Several lamps may be connected or a high power lamp may be installed.

 

MID 216 PSID 12 FMI 5

Brake light, trailer lights.

Current output from the LCM to the lamp is less than 0.5 A. Open circuit between the LCM and the lamp, open circuit between the lamp and the mass point or the lamp is defective.

 

MID 216 PSID 12 FMI 6

Brake light, trailer lights.

Current strength at the output of the LCM block to the lamps is greater than 10.5 A. Short circuit of the wire to ground between the LCM block and the lamps. Perhaps several additional lamps are connected or high-power lamps are installed.

 

MID 216 PSID 13 FMI 5

A Direction indicator, left front.

Current strength at the output of the LCM block to the lamps is less than 0.1 A. A break in the power wire between the LCM and the lamps, a break in the wire between the lamps and the ground point or the lamps are faulty.

 

MID 216 PSID 13 FMI 6

A Direction indicator, left front.

Current strength at the output of the LCM unit to the lamps is greater than 1.7 A. Short circuit of the wire to ground between the LCM unit and the lamps. Perhaps several additional lamps are connected or high-power lamps are installed.

 

MID 216 PSID 13 FMI 12

A Direction indicator, left front.

Current output from the LCM to the lamp is less than 1.2 A. An open wire between the LCM and the lamp, an open wire between the lamp and the ground point or the lamp is defective.

 

MID 216 PSID 14 FMI 5

A Direction indicator, front right.

Current strength at the output of the LCM block to the lamps is less than 0.1 A. A break in the power wire between the LCM and the lamps, a break in the wire between the lamps and the ground point or the lamps are faulty.

 

MID 216 PSID 14 FMI 6

A Direction indicator, front right.

Current strength at the output of the LCM unit to the lamps is greater than 1.7 A. Short circuit of the wire to ground between the LCM unit and the lamps. Perhaps several additional lamps are connected or high-power lamps are installed.

 

MID 216 PSID 14 FMI 12

A Direction indicator, front right.

Current output from the LCM to the lamp is less than 1.2 A. An open wire between the LCM and the lamp, an open wire between the lamp and the ground point or the lamp is defective.

 

MID 216 PSID 15 FMI 5

A Direction indicator, rear left on the tractor.

Current strength at the output of the LCM to the lamp is less than 0.1 A. An open power wire between the LCM and the lamp, an open wire between the lamp and the ground point, or the lamp is faulty.

MID 216 PSID 15 FMI 6

Direction indicator, rear left on the tractor.

Current strength at the output of the LCM unit to the lamp is greater than 2.6 A. Short circuit of the wire to ground between the LCM unit and the lamp. Several lamps may be connected or a high power lamp may be installed.

 

MID 216 PSID 16 FMI 5

Direction indicator, rear right on the tractor.

Current strength at the output of the LCM to the lamp is less than 0.1 A. An open power wire between the LCM and the lamp, an open wire between the lamp and the ground point, or the lamp is faulty.

 

MID 216 PSID 16 FMI 6

Direction indicator, rear right on the tractor.

Current strength at the output of the LCM unit to the lamp is greater than 2.6 A. Short circuit of the wire to ground between the LCM unit and the lamp. Several lamps may be connected or a high power lamp may be installed.

 

MID 216 PSID 17 FMI 5

Direction indicator, rear left on the trailer.

Current output at the LCM to the lamp is less than 500 mA. An open in the power cable between the LCM and the lamp, an open in the wire between the lamp and the ground, or the lamp is faulty.

 

MID 216 PSID 17 FMI 6

Direction indicator, rear left on the trailer.

Current strength at the output of the LCM unit to the lamp is greater than 5.2 A. Short circuit of the wire to ground between the LCM unit and the lamp. Several lamps may be connected or a high power lamp may be installed.

 

MID 216 PSID 18 FMI 5

Direction indicator, rear right on the trailer.

The current output at the LCM to the lamp is less than 500 mA. An open in the power cable between the LCM and the lamp, an open in the wire between the lamp and the ground, or the lamp is faulty.

 

MID 216 PSID 18 FMI 6

Direction indicator, rear right on the trailer.

Current strength at the output of the LCM unit to the lamp is greater than 5.2 A. Short circuit of the wire to ground between the LCM unit and the lamp. Several lamps may be connected or a high power lamp may be installed.

 

MID 216 PSID 19 FMI 3

Relay for intermittent operation of the windshield wiper (K07).

Output voltage of the LCM is equal to or greater than the supply voltage of the LCM. Shorting the wire between the LCM and the relay to the power wire.

 

MID 216 PSID 19 FMI 4

Relay for intermittent operation of the windshield wiper (K07).

Voltage at the output of the LCM is less than 2 V. Closing the wire between the LCM and the relay to ground.

 

MID 216 PSID 20 FMI 3

Instrument panel lights.

Voltage at the output from the LCM to the instrument panel exceeds 26 V. The wire is shorted between the LCM and the instrument panel lamps to the power cord.

 

MID 216 PSID 20 FMI 4

Instrument panel lights.

Voltage at the output from the LCM to the instrument panel is less than 2 V. Open circuit between the LCM and the instrument panel, short circuit of the wire between the LCM and the instrument panel lamps to ground.

 

MID 216 PSID 21 FMI 3

Marker light in the right-hand headlamp, side marker lamps, left-hand marker lamp on the cab roof.

Output voltage of the LCM is equal to or greater than the supply voltage of the LCM. Shorting the wire between the LCM and the lamps to the power wire. First of all check all the lamps.