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Everything posted by Loren

  1. You may need to re-program the DME after changing the sensor - so it can re-calibrate based on the new sensor.
  2. Well, it is highly likely that this radio was repaired by someone other than Becker. So sorry, I can not help you - only Becker or a replacement radio.
  3. Did you use the procedure in the Lost Radio Code FAQ ? If not, then please do that and re-post.
  4. You have hold the screwdriver to release the latches as I posted... Insert a screwdriver into the hole in the module and press it against the top edge of the pawl. Press the screwdriver to the right arrow A and hold it while pressing up in direction of arrow B. The roll-over protection system is released. To reset just push them back down until they latch.
  5. Hmm... didn't read the Lost Radio Code FAQ... "Can you give me a code for my PCM? These units are manufactured jointly by Siemens and Becker, and the only place where you can get the codes required is from the dealer/OPC. The PCM’s require two codes, the ICS/Siemens code, and a Becker code. The ICS is the first code requested. Sorry, the only place you can get a PCM code is from a dealer/OPC."
  6. As I have said before "if ain't broke...". As well, you might want to check the price and labor of replacing just the troublesome one.
  7. Fault code 2039 - Potentiometer, transfer box Possible causes of fault - 'Short circuit to B+': signal line of potentiometer '1/2' (sensor 1/2) short circuit to B+ (12 V) - 'Short circuit to B+': transfer box control unit faulty - 'Open circuit/short circuit to ground': signal line of potentiometer '1/2' (sensor 1/2) open circuit or short circuit to ground - 'Short circuit to ground': potentiometer faulty - 'Open circuit/short circuit to ground': transfer box control unit faulty - 'Implausible signal': potentiometer faulty Fault code 2053 - Transfer box control module Possible causes of fault - No signal from transfer box control module Best do some wiring tracing looking for open circuits or ground faults. Any damaged cables, wires, or connectors. Remove connectors look for damage including water damage.
  8. 993 355 922 00 Grommet -- 2 required -- US MSRP $24.74 (not sure if that is each or for two)
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