The memory seat module (MSM) monitors the current supplied to the seat adjuster motors. The MSM can detect both absolute and differential
current levels from the motors. Absolute current is the maximum allowable current the module will supply to the motors. A differential current
mismatch occurs when the current supplied to the seat, lumbar and adjustable pedal motors do not match the current returning from the motors.
Conditions for Running the DTC
The MSM establishes that it is not closing to a shorted motor control circuit before the motors are active.
Conditions for Setting the DTC
Current out of the module does not match the current returning to the module within 5 amps.
The absolute current or an over-current has exceeded the maximum value allowed.
This DTC will set if the module calibration is not programmed.
This DTC will set if the module calibration is out of range.
Action Taken When the DTC Sets
The adjustable pedal motor and all driver seat adjuster motors are disabled.
Conditions for Clearing the DTC