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    #1 OFFLINE   casa08

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    Posted 17 April 2010 - 10:18 AM

    I recently realized by holding the mode button and the trip resest button at the same time on our 05 Granites it will display fault codes on the odometer readout. Most of our trucks will display "no fault" after letting go of the buttons, but a couple display codes, for example 5050-14? Under the code, no matter what the code is, it also says M-136. What are these codes, and how do I determine what they mean?

    #2 OFFLINE   Mack 3P

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    Posted 17 April 2010 - 09:45 PM

    I recently realized by holding the mode button and the trip resest button at the same time on our 05 Granites it will display fault codes on the odometer readout. Most of our trucks will display "no fault" after letting go of the buttons, but a couple display codes, for example 5050-14? Under the code, no matter what the code is, it also says M-136. What are these codes, and how do I determine what they mean?


    MID 136 is ABS.

    You can search for Bendix or Wabco fault codes on the internet to see what you have.

    If you don't show a fault in the cluster they are probably inactive.

    #3 OFFLINE   bigen

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    Posted 17 April 2010 - 10:28 PM

    i have 3 inactive fault codes on my vip
    i don't have a clue what they mean, or how to get rid of them?????????

    #4 OFFLINE   Mackpro68

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    Posted 17 April 2010 - 10:35 PM

    I recently realized by holding the mode button and the trip resest button at the same time on our 05 Granites it will display fault codes on the odometer readout. Most of our trucks will display "no fault" after letting go of the buttons, but a couple display codes, for example 5050-14? Under the code, no matter what the code is, it also says M-136. What are these codes, and how do I determine what they mean?

    Mack 3P is right, the MID 136 means ABS problem. The 5050-14 is probably really a "S" 050-14 which means SID 50 and FMI 14 If I was at work I would have my ABS book and could tell ya what it means.




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