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How do you know there is no B+ voltage ? Did you check with a volt meter ?
Red with white stripe wire gets power from AIRCON fuse 15amp I/P fuse box.
HVAC Control Module
The HVAC control module is a GM LAN device that interfaces between the operator and the HVAC system to maintain air temperature and distribution settings. The battery positive and ignition 1 voltage circuits provide power to the control module. The control module supports the following features:
Is your HVAC manual or automatic ?
CE= Communication Error between Control Module
and Display Interface Assembly
1. Disconnect and then reconnect power to heater.
2. Check for faulty wiring or connection.
Inspect Display Interface Wiring. Ensure Display Interface Plug is securely attached to Control Module. .
3. Control Module and/or Display Interface Assembly
are defective.Replace Control Module and/or Display Interface Assembly.
Here is a linkt oH aywardmanuals: http://www.haywardnet.com/inground/products/manuals.cfm
The number 2 pin on my cars OBD II is the data carrier which is then connected to the purple wire of the INT-SL Data Interface Module. Data Interface Modules are becoming the standard for alarms and remote starter installations. These modules will make installations 75% faster and more accurate. I also recommend using Posi Taps to tap into your OBD II. This a safe and 100% effective reversible method of connecting wires without crimping, cutting, or soldering. If you have any questions feel free to drop me a line or simply Google: "Posi Taps" by posi products. For Interface modules Google: "INT-SL". Good luck with your next installation. And remember the has endless resources providing you take time out to research them. By the way my Viper install was a sucess. Best regards, Rico
If resetting this system and re-seating the interface (box with light) to the bass module doesn't fix this, you may need a new interface module. This sells for about $40-50 from Bose. If this is under it's 1-yr warranty, they should be able to replace this for free.
So just incase you haven't tried it:
1. Unplug the power cord from the bass module (sub-woofer) along with the interface module and wait at least 30+ seconds.
2. Re-connect the interface first- screw it in as tight as can be.
3. Re-connect the power cord, and try the remote again.
This is really the only solution, and it's exactly what their tech support will have you try. That's the one functionally weak point with that system, that little module needs to be adjusted and re-seated from time to time.
Do the same thing by unplugging the power, but also unplug the interface module (box with red/green LED light) from the sub woofer / bass module, and wait 30+ seconds. Plug the interface module back in first, and screw it in as tight as possible. Then plug the power back in and try the remote. This should fix your problem. :)
If this doesn't fix it, you will have to purchase/replace this module through Bose. (anywhere from $40-$60 if not under 1-yr warranty.) If you're still under warranty, it's a free replacement.
The same circuit breaker feeds the driver door as well as the passengers doors . The wires inside the rubber boot from the body to the door are probably broke ,power or ground wire .Or the door module is bad . Are your familiar with electronic control modules ? The door functions ,windows , lock's , memory etc... are controlled by DDM - driver door module .
Door Control System Operation
This vehicle has five modules capable of performing door system control functions. Vehicle door system components (windows, locks, mirrors, etc.) are controlled directly by these modules. There is a door module located inside of each vehicle door:
• Driver Door Module
• Passenger Door Module
• LH Rear Door Module (LRDM)
• RH Rear Door Module (RRDM)
• LH Front Power Window Switch
Simple Bus Interface (SBI)
Each Door Module communicates with the other Door Modules on the SBI. The driver door module is the only Door Module that is capable of communicating over the Class 2 Data Line as well as the SBI.
Driver Door Module
The driver door module directly controls the LH Front door lock actuator, power window motor and the outside rear view mirror. The driver door module sends and receives messages received from the LH Front Power Window Switch to the passenger door module, LRDM and RRDM modules over the Simple Bus Interface (SBI) line. Also, the driver door module sends and receives message from other vehicle system modules via the Class 2 Data Line.
Pulling the door panel off an checking B+ voltage and ground for the module would be good for you to do , since you probably don't have a $6,000 factory Tech 2 scan tool to see if the DDM is communicating .
The driver door module has two main power feeds (high and low current), and two main grounds. The low power feed (battery 1) is used to provide power for the driver door module's logic and internal driver operation. The high power feed (battery 2) is used to provide power for systems that draw higher amounts of current (motors, lights, etc.). Operating current at the driver door module's battery should not exceed 3.0 amperes at battery 1, and 7.5 amperes (for 2 seconds) at battery 2 while the driver door module is awake, and 2.5 milliamps when the driver door module is asleep. For most driver door module functions, the driver door module will operate properly with a system voltage of 9.0-16.0 volts. If system voltages exceed 16.0 volts the driver door module will provide protection by disabling certain functions that may damage due to higher than normal system voltages.
What kind of manual do you have ? The info above is from a factory repair manual .
The fuse's ,circuit breaker for the door module are located in the rear fuse box , not under hood . PWR WDO circuit breaker 30 amp. , DRVMDL fuse 10 amp. The rear fuse box is located under the back seat . Watch this video ,different type vehicle but probably the same problem . Dodge Grand Caravan No Power Window No Power Locks CAN Trouble
I did the same and it worked once...spoke to "Phil" at Bose today--5/11/08 and after explaining that this was the second time and second interface mod that is having the same prob...he suggested that it is the bass module. So he emailed me a UPS shipping label to cover the cost of shipping back to MA. I am shipping the bass mod and interface mod. He said they will repair at no cost and re issue another 1 year warranty. info only: I have only had this system since Oct of 2007 and I have had the problem twice. The first solution was for bose to send me an interface mod free of charge due to the fact that the system is still under warranty.
If yous is still under warranty, I suggest you call them...if not, either buy another interface or new brand....I think this is an ongoing problem with the cinemate and THEY have NO solution either.
Hello everyone! The Bose interface module is working again. All I did was unplug the power, wait about a minute and then plugged it back in. Whatever it did, it must have reset itself, so now everything is fine.