P0132 - Oxygen sensor voltage high, bank 1 sensor 1
P0622 - Generator field circuit
P2299 - No listing
B0092 - Passenger presence system performance
C0896 - Device voltage range / performance
C0896 refers to low voltage feeding the Electronic Brake Control Computer. I'd ignore that until the charging system is working, and that is likely related to code P0622.
P0132 will turn on the Check Engine light since it relates to something that could adversely affect emissions.
B0092 refers to the passenger air bag system.
The place to start appears to be with a charging system test. You'll need to visit a mechanic with a professional load tester. Specifically, "full-load output current", "ripple voltage", and "charging voltage" are the items of interest. All of those relate to the generator and the voltage regulator built into it, but on your model, the Engine Computer gets involved and can modify control of the field circuit. My suspicion is most problems are going to occur within the generator itself and the Engine Computer is just detecting a problem and setting the fault code. There are entire pages of diagnostic steps to determine if the cause of the problem is in the generator, computer, or wiring.
You can also try to observe if a charging problem occurs at the same time as the power steering assist goes away. If it does, you likely have variable or speed-sensitive power steering, and that involves electronic controls. Anything with electronic controls can be adversely affected by a charging system problem.
Saturday, May 13th, 2017 AT 10:24 PM