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The diagnostic trouble code 9CCE in the FRM (Footwell Module) of your vehicle indicates a battery exhausted condition. This code suggests that the battery power level is critically low and may not have enough charge to operate the FRM module properly.

Here are some possible causes and solutions for this issue:

  1. Weak or discharged battery: Check the battery voltage using a multimeter. If the battery voltage is low or the battery is discharged, it needs to be recharged or replaced. Ensure the battery connections are clean and tight. A weak or discharged battery can result in insufficient power supply to the FRM module. Recharge or replace the battery as necessary.
  2. Charging system issues: Inspect the alternator and charging system to ensure they are functioning properly. A faulty alternator or charging system can lead to insufficient charging of the battery, resulting in low voltage. Have the alternator and charging system tested by a professional mechanic and replace any faulty components if necessary.
  3. Faulty FRM module: In rare cases, the FRM module itself may be faulty, causing the battery exhausted condition. A professional diagnostic scan and inspection of the FRM system are recommended to identify and resolve any component failures.

It’s important to note that these suggestions are general, and the specific diagnostic and repair procedures may vary depending on the make, model, and year of your vehicle. If you are unsure or uncomfortable performing these steps yourself, it is recommended to seek assistance from a qualified mechanic or dealership. They will have the expertise and tools to accurately diagnose and resolve the battery exhausted condition indicated by the 9CCE FRM diagnostic trouble code.

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