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Old 19th May 2009, 18:58   #1
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Peake R5 tool Table 40, Fault F0 SRS code

I have the Peake R5 SRS scanner and it is reporting a Table 40, F0 fault. I tried resetting it and could not. The fault definition is "Control Unit Fault, Internal Error." I did not find any infomation on it specifically using search function so I am wondering if anyone else has seen this and knows if the Airbag COntrol Module, Part no. 65776900727, indeeds needs replaced and coded. Vehicle is a 2001 M5. Labor for diagnostic looks to be over $100; if I can be reasonably assured that is the actual part that needs replacement then I will go ahead and schedule the repair and save some diagnostic cost. Of course, I understand that it could be something else (or additional) but I want to at least start the process down the assumed right path. Thank you.

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I have the Peake R5 SRS scanner and it is reporting a Table 40, F0 fault. I tried resetting it and could not. The fault definition is "Control Unit Fault, Internal Error." I did not find any infomation on it specifically using search function so I am wondering if anyone else has seen this and knows if the Airbag COntrol Module, Part no. 65776900727, indeeds needs replaced and coded. Vehicle is a 2001 M5. Labor for diagnostic looks to be over $100; if I can be reasonably assured that is the actual part that needs replacement then I will go ahead and schedule the repair and save some diagnostic cost. Of course, I understand that it could be something else (or additional) but I want to at least start the process down the assumed right path. Thank you.

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Didn't know anything but Table 18 applied

Check the FAQ sticky on Peake Codes at the top of the page, perhaps there is more info there. Is there a problem you are having, or are you just getting a fault code? If the latter, clear the codes and then see if any come back.
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SRS scanner

The sticky appears to cover the FCX scanner I am using the SRS scanner and that is where the Table 40, Fault F0 comes from: the manual for it. I believe you thought I was talking about the FCX scanner. I tried to clear four times already and it will not clear but will probably try again today just to be sure. Currently there are no oither symptoms other than the airbag light but the implication if this is an internal error of the control unit is that I am riding around with no airbag protection which is a kind of nice thing to have, you know, just in case.

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Josiah- I realize this is an old post but did you ever resolve your F0 SRS code?
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Yes. Coding and installation of a new SRS module was the repair.
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