Hill Decent Control Fault. SSM 21317
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    Hill Decent Control Fault. SSM 21317

    This is for early 2010 models.

    Oasis special service message number: 21317
    message title: 2010 svt raptor - hill decent control fault and dtc c116a

    applicable vehicles :
    2010 truck : 00029 f-series ld

    oasis message :
    Some 2010 f-150 svt raptor vehicles may exhibit hill decent control fault with
    abs dtc c116a. On vehicles built before 2/26/2010 only, inspect the high mounted
    stop lamp for evidence of water intrusion. Refer to wsm section 417-01 for
    replacement details part number al3z-13200-a. Torque screws to 1.5 nm / 13
    lb-in. No water intrusion follow wsm section 206-09, pin point test i. Note: It
    is normal for the brake pressure (brakpres) pid to occasionally spike high due
    to test pulse sent to the pressure sensor by the abs module. In addition, brake
    pressure signals as low as -225 psi without brake apply should also be
    considered normal. .


    Applicable symptom codes :
    200000 electrical
    206000 electrical warning indicators
    300000 chassis
    301000 chassis service brake system

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    My truck is getting these codes. It happened when I attempted to drive it off the showroom floor. The dealer replaced an ABS sensor, I thought that was odd... Guess what? It's happening again. Taking it in this week. My truck is a 2011 though.

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    Try checking the 3rd brake light and see is there water in there.

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    Having the same issue occasionally. it is in the shop now. will post up what we find out

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    Found code set in the SRS system. Yaw sensor out of range or something like that. Our Master Tech said it should not be an issue. Looked at the TSB for the water intrusion and found no issue there.

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