Haha, true. Though they usually get logged only after it happens.Except for the ones that have you shut down on a moving highway
Where can I locate these codes, or is this something the dealership provided to you?Interesting stuff. And great servicing dealer!
MOST of the fault codes were there at PDI!! (Pre Delivery Inspection and setup). If they had cleared them them, would have saved the dealer and me a lot of time~ Isn't that amazing?
Second, SOME of the codes are caused by the Over The Air software updates. Yup. When that is performed it disconnects this while updating. then reconnects and disconnects that, etc. Also not so well thought out in my opinion. Why not just clear the codes and faults the update created as the last step of the update?
Last was one I caused Tried to use Carista to lower the passenger mirror in reverse (I posted on this elsewhere). For me, it lowers as expected, but NEVER returns to the normal position unless I do that manually. And since this is not a stock feature, they cannot do anything for me. Pity. I miss that.
And last, the reason the car does not alert me when I pull head into a spot with a wall in front of me is THERE ARE NO FRONT SENSORS!! That boggles my mind. There are on the rear, but not the front on the Taos.
So for reference, this is the list of faults. And suprisingly the dealer APPRECIATED the list rather than saying we'll just do our own diagnostics.
11 Fault Codes
CAN network gateway:
16777018 - Function restricted due to interrupted communications
Driver assist front sensor:
Front passenger's door:
Adaptive cruise control:
01127 - Reserve Fuel Indicating Lamp (K16) Thos DOES Work.
01218 - Side Airbag Igniter: Front Passenger Side (N200)
01219 - Side Airbag Igniter: Rear Driver Side (N201)
00081 - Under voltage disconnection seat heating