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Help with some alarm codes I pulled


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Sometimes the car beeps twice at me and sometimes it doesnt, at times it may "beep beep" at me while driving. The passenger door has also not lowered the window down slightly when opening the door (convertible). Any insight is much appreciated. TIA

AlarmCurrent Fault Codes

60

Central locking limit position

Lock not reached

Status: not present

Frequency counter: 13

]47

Control locking synchronization

Status: present

Frequency counter: 126

61

Central locking limit position

Unlock not reached

Status: present

Frequency counter: 127

33

Interior sensor faulty

Status: not present

Frequency counter: 31

42

Wrong key or wrong transponder

pill

Status: not present

Frequency counter: 1

40

Signal converter

Status: not present

Frequency counter: 1

48

Airbag signal acknowledged

Status: not present

Frequency counter: 2

10

Voltage failure at terminal 30

with alarm system active

Status: not present

Frequency counter: 3

21

W lead (DME immobilizer)

Status: not present

Frequency counter: 1

49

K lead

Status: not present

Frequency counter: 20

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The trouble with alarm codes is that they sometimes appear when there is no significant fault, and then stay in memory until they are cleared. Things like 'wrong key' and 'voltage failure' can be explained perfectly simply. The dealer tried an incorrect key? The battery went flat at some time?

I would suggest clearing the codes and see what comes back. I suspect it will be the 'central locking limit position' which is caused by a bad microswitch in the door lock assembly. It is a very common fault, and just one of the ones which causes a double-beep.

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BTW - Was it a bad microswitch? I am having a similar issue with my driver side window on my 2004 911 Cabriolet. IThe window goes down a bit when I open the door but when I let go of the handle it goes back up. Therefor when I shut the door the glass hits the frame of my 2004 911 Cabriolet.

I pulled the sane code below from my Durametric:

60

Central locking limit position

Lock not reached

Status: not present

Frequency counter: 1

I was going to try to train the window again (hold 5 sec in the up/down position) however my gut is that it is a fleeting idea.

Any recommendations from others would be appreciated. In particular:

1) What is the part number of the microswitch in the drivers door?

2) Any postings on how to replace it?

3) Is it a ***** to do or is it relatively easy.

Thanks in advance - Steve

Thanks for the info. Yes, the battery did die a little while ago. I am using the Durametrics program and it doesnot give me the option to clear codes on the alarm system. I will look into the bad microswitch.

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BTW - Was it a bad microswitch? I am having a similar issue with my driver side window on my 2004 911 Cabriolet. IThe window goes down a bit when I open the door but when I let go of the handle it goes back up. Therefor when I shut the door the glass hits the frame of my 2004 911 Cabriolet.

I pulled the sane code below from my Durametric:

60

Central locking limit position

Lock not reached

Status: not present

Frequency counter: 1

I was going to try to train the window again (hold 5 sec in the up/down position) however my gut is that it is a fleeting idea.

Any recommendations from others would be appreciated. In particular:

1) What is the part number of the microswitch in the drivers door?

2) Any postings on how to replace it?

3) Is it a ***** to do or is it relatively easy.

Thanks in advance - Steve

Thanks for the info. Yes, the battery did die a little while ago. I am using the Durametrics program and it doesnot give me the option to clear codes on the alarm system. I will look into the bad microswitch.

Alarm codes don't clear. The status tells you if it is present or not and the frequency counter increases by one (1) when the code re-appears.

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