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Just got a quick reading of some fault codes on our '06 RRS HSE. Can anyone tell me what these are:
Instrument Pack:
U0132
U0182
U0159
Body Control:
B1B85
B1B88
HEVAC
B1B76

I don't suspect anything wrong(except the strange front suspension drop), but I was surprised to see these codes.

Thanks!
 

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Generic scanners can't read the entire LR fault code (normally 7 digits total), only the first 5 digits are returned. So, pinpointing the exact issue may be tricky when the main diag. code "branches" into several sub-codes... However, in your case I think you should not sweat it and just ignore and/or clear the DTCs - if your scanner gives you that option, which is doubtful - unless there is a specific problem with communicating with or operating any of the referenced modules below.

Instrument Pack:
U0132 = Lost Communication With Suspension Control Module
U0182 = Lost Communication With Lighting Control Module - Front
U0159 = Lost Communication With Parking Assist Control Module
Body Control:
B1B85 = Seat Memory Control Module
B1B88 = Seat Slide Motor Relay
HEVAC
B1B76 = Can' find such a code in heating/ventilation list of possible DTCs for the RRS... Perhaps you misread the code? :think:

With all that said, if your battery is still the original one, perhaps it's starting to show it when you run a diagnostics routine.
 

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With all that said, if your battery is still the original one, perhaps it's starting to show when you run a diagnostics routine.
Sounds reasonable, and I only had the ignition on, the RRS was not running.

I'm just getting started with using a Faultmate MSV2 so perhaps I've missed something. Going to play some more tonight.
 

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My problem with error code readers is I'm seldom equipped with the tools/expertise to repair the code. Which requires taking the car to someone who has the expertise and their own fault code reader. These vehicles throw isolated codes in error as well.

The analogy would be buying an dental xray machine for home use, determining you have a cavity, only to have the dentist take his own xray before he fixes it. `)

If you can fix it...fine though.
 
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