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Fault Code, DTC Parameter, Description

 

VOLVO Truck Tachograph Control Unit

 

MID 220 SID 231 FMI 2

A Data Channel SAE J1939.

There's Open or short in the circuit of the SAE J1939 data channel.

 

MID 220 SID 231 FMI 12

A Data Channel SAE J1939.

An Truck control unit (MID144) is not responding. No power to the truck control unit (MID144).

 

MID 220 SID 240 FMI 2

A Program memory.

An Internal fault in the tachograph.

 

MID 220 SID 251 FMI 3

A Power supply tachograph.

Tachograph supply voltage is above or below the normal voltage range. Contacts in the connectors are oxidized or damaged, loss of power to the tachograph, voltage drop during the operation of the starter, poor contact at the terminals of the batteries,

 

MID 220 SID 251 FMI 4

A Power supply tachograph.

Tachograph supply voltage is above or below the normal voltage range. Contacts in the connectors are oxidized or damaged, loss of power to the tachograph, voltage drop during the operation of the starter, poor contact at the terminals of the batteries,

 

MID 220 SID 251 FMI 12

A Power supply tachograph.

The tachograph supply voltage is above or below the normal voltage range. The contacts in the connectors are oxidized or damaged, loss of power to the tachograph, voltage drop during the operation of the starter, poor contact at the terminals of the batteries,

 

MID 220 SID 252 FMI 12

A Calibration module.

Calibration fault detected. Cable or connector of the tachograph programming device is defective. Faulty tachograph programming device.

 

MID 220 SID 253 FMI 2

EEPROM calibration memory.

An Internal fault in the tachograph.

 

MID 220 PSID 1 FMI 8

When the ignition off, a speed signal is present.

Tachograph detects pulses from the speed sensor when the ignition is off. The truck moves, contacts in the connectors are oxidized or damaged, open or shorted circuits between the speed sensor and the tachograph, malfunction in the tachograph voltage supply.


MID220 - PSID2 - FMI2

A Registration block error.

Error in the tachograph or an error between the programming device and the tachograph. During tachograph calibration, the ignition was turned off, and the power to the tachograph or programming device was interrupted. A loss of connection between the tachograph and the programming tool has occurred.

 

MID220 - PSID3 - FMI2

A Clock adjustment request.

Tachograph detected a fault in the time. Time shown by the tachograph does not match the real time.

 

MID220 - PSID4 - FMI2

A Speed signal.

No pulses of the speed signal. The contacts in the connectors are oxidized or damaged. Open or short to ground signal circuit. Power interruption. Internal fault in the input signal from the truck control unit

Internal fault in tachograph output.

 

MID220 - PSID6 - FMI2

A Speed sensor, communication line.

Communication fault between the tachograph unit (connector B3) and the speed sensor. Open or shorted circuits between the speed sensor and the tachograph, contacts in the connector of the speed sensor or tachograph are oxidized or damaged, the speed sensor is faulty.

 

MID220 - PSID6 - FMI9

A Speed sensor, communication line.

Communication fault between the tachograph unit (connector B4) and the speed sensor. Open or shorted wires between the speed sensor and the tachograph, contacts in the connector of the speed sensor or tachograph are oxidized or damaged, the speed sensor is faulty.

 

MID220 - PSID6 - FMI12

A Speed sensor, communication line.

Defective speed sensor.

 

MID220 - PSID6 - FMI14

A Speed sensor, communication line.

Communication fault between tachograph unit and speed sensor. Missing or incorrect pulses from the speed sensor. Open or shorted circuits between the speed sensor and the tachograph, contacts in the connector of the speed sensor or tachograph are oxidized or damaged, the speed sensor is faulty, the gear wheel in the gearbox is damaged.

 

MID220 - PSID7 - FMI7

Tachograph buttons.

One or more buttons on the tachograph panel stuck or was pressed for more than 3 min.

 

MID220 - PSID8 - FMI12

A Printout device.

Power source of the printout device inside the tachograph is faulty or the temperature of the printhead head is out of the set limits. Wait a while until the head cools down. Restart the print device by disconnecting it from the power supply (connector A1).

 

MID220 - PSID8 - FMI14

A Printout device.

Printer is out of paper.

 

MID220 - PSID 9 - FMI12

Tachograph display.

Malfunction in the display or an internal fault in transmitting data to the display.

 

MID220 - PSID10 - FMI12

Error card reader number 1.

Contact surfaces of the card are dirty or damaged. Check the surface of the card. Check the tachograph by inserting another card.

MID 220 PSID 11 FMI 12

Card reader failed.

Mechanical malfunctioning card reader or damaged card.

 

MID 220 PSID 12 FMI 3

Power sensor speed.

No power to the speed sensor. Damaged or oxidized contacts in the connectors of the speed sensor or tachograph, open or shorted circuitss between the speed sensor and the tachograph, shorting the power sensor circuit to ground, loss of power to the speed sensor when the engine starts. Speed sensor may be defective.

 

MID 220 PSID 12 FMI 4

Power sensor speed.

No power to the speed sensor. Damaged or oxidized contacts in the connectors of the speed sensor or tachograph, open or shorted circuits between the speed sensor and the tachograph, shorting the power sensor circuit to ground, loss of power to the speed sensor when the engine starts. Speed sensor may be defective.

 

MID 220 PSID 12 FMI 5

Power sensor speed.

No power to the speed sensor. Damaged or oxidized contacts in the connectors of the speed sensor or tachograph, open or shorted circuits between the speed sensor and the tachograph, shorting the power sensor circuit to ground, loss of power to the speed sensor when the engine starts. Speed sensor may be defective.

 

MID 220 PSID 13 FMI 14

Riding without a map.

While driving, an invalid card is missing or inserted in the card reader 1.

 

MID 220 PSID 14 FMI 14

Card installation, driver 1.

Card verification or data security verification faults. Personal code of the mechanic of the service station was entered incorrectly 5 times. After a power outage or power failure, there's no or is replaced with another previously installed card. Fault removing card from tachograph of previous truck. World time in the tachograph of the previous car is different from the time in this tachograph. Card was inserted after the truck started moving. Card may not be valid.

 

MID 220 PSID 15 FMI 14

Card installation, driver number 2.

Card verification or data security verification faults. Personal code of the mechanic of the service station was entered incorrectly 5 times. After a power outage or power failure, there's no or is replaced with another previously installed card. Fault removing card from tachograph of previous truck. World time in the tachograph of the previous truck is different from the time in this tachograph. Card was inserted after the car started moving. Card may not be valid.

 

MID 220 PSID 22 FMI 14

Speed sensor, mismatch.

Defective or fake speed sensor. Speed sensor can't be combined with tachograph. Contacts in the connectors of the speed sensor or tachograph are damaged. Open or shorted circuits between the tachograph and speed sensor. Follow the procedure for combining a speed sensor and a tachograph (a special programming device is required).

 

MID 220 PSID 24 FMI 14

Tachograph tray.

Tray for the registration washer remained open with the ignition off.

 

MID 220 PSID 25 FMI 14

Paper compartment.

Paper tray is open when you remove the card or is open during printing.

 

MID 220 PSID 26 FMI 14

Event number 1.

Warning after continuous movement for 4 h 15 min

 

MID 220 PSID 27 FMI 14

Event number 2.

Warning after continuous movement for 4 h 30 min

 

MID 220 PSID 28 FMI 2

Event number 3.

Short-term excess of the programmed maximum speed.