MONITORING SYSTEM WARNINGS CONTINUED
On the Diagnostics/Events list page, the SRC column (Figure 9, Item 1) shows the module identification (MID)
code. The CODE column (Figure 9, Item 2) displays the diagnostic code and is the component identifier (CID) and
failure mode identifier (FMI). The OCC column (Figure 9, Item 3) is the occurrence counter and indicates the
number of times the code has set. The ACT column (Figure 9, Item 4) will display the letter "A" if the code is active,
and it will be empty if the code is not currently active. Use the LEFT/UP button (Figure 9, Item 7) or the
DOWN/RIGHT button (Figure 9, Item 6) to scroll through the list of diagnostic codes. Press and release the OK
button (Figure 9, Item 5) to view the diagnostic code detail.
Figure 9. Diagnostic Code Screen.
The diagnostic code detail screen (Figure 10, Item 1) will display the MID or ECM responsible for setting the code
(Figure 10, Item 2), the diagnostic code with fault detected (Figure 10, Item 3), and the failed component
(Figure 10, Item 4). If the diagnostic code is not active, then the Clr icon (Figure 10, Item 6) will be displayed.
Press and release the OK button (Figure 10, Item 5) to clear the diagnostic code.
Figure 10. Diagnostic Code Detail Screen.
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