B2262 Code: Meaning, Causes, and Symptoms | OBD2 Codes

B2262 – Left Horizontal Position Sensor Circuit


B2262 Possible Symptoms


Engine Light ON (or Service Engine Soon Warning Light)


B2262 Possible Causes


Faulty Left Mirror Assembly,Left Mirror Assembly harness is open or shorted,Left Mirror Assembly circuit poor electrical connection,Faulty Driver Door Module (DDM)


B2262 Description


The Driver Door Module (DDM) and the Passenger Door Module (PDM) receive mirror position signals from the mirror horizontal and vertical position sensors. These signals are used by the door modules for memory recall functions of the driver and passenger mirrors. The door modules command the mirror memory settings based upon the voltage level received back from the position sensors. Each door module provides a 5 volt supply, a signal and a ground circuit for each of the position sensors. The horizontal and vertical position sensors are variable resistors that the door modules monitor voltage levels across. When a memory setting is recalled, the door modules command the mirror motors in the appropriate directions until the stored position sensor voltage levels are achieved. The DDM and PDM monitor the signal circuits to determine if the voltage level is out of range. If the DDM or PDM detects a voltage level out of range for greater than 2 seconds, a DTC is set.