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Good afternoon, this is very possible to be a ecu failure. But there is a set guideline of testing we have to do before we are allowed to just replace the module. I have loaded the steps for you here so you have the same thing the dealer has on diagnosis. If everything checks out replace the ecu. Good luck! Thanks.
Good morning my friend. Yes I was referring to the Air Suspension ECU.
This means one of the speed sensors are at fault. Check the output of the left front versus the right front. Check to see how the exciter ring lines up with the sensor, compare left to right.
32 is speed sensor fault. One of them is not giving correct speeds.
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The steering angle sensor is located on the lower portion of the steering column and translates steering wheel position to the traction control module to indicate the drivers desired path. This allows the traction control module to affect the components which it controls to assist in maintaining that desired path. The steering angle sensor is a control unit by itself and requires programming and initialization if replaced. It receives power from fuse 12 at all times and fuse 51 from the ignition. Verify power on pins 1 and 2 with key on and ground at pin 5 at the steering angle sensor. Three other lines are available for communication to scan tools and the traction control module. If power and grounds are present and communication is possible through the traction control module or diagnostic link, the angle position should be seen to change in live data on a scan tool. If angle does not change there is a fault with the steering angle sensor. If it does, the module most likely requires programming and/or initialization.
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