System Description

The skid control ECU is located within the brake actuator (Anti-lock Brake System) The ABS helps prevent the wheels from locking when the brakes are applied firmly or when braking on a slippery surface. Multiplex Communication System (BEAN Bus) The skid control ECU detects wheel lock condition by receiving vehicle speed signals from each speed sensor, and sends control signals to the pump motor and solenoid valve. The pump motor and solenoid valve avoid wheel lock by controlling the hydraulic...

Inspection Procedure

When replacing the ABS & TRACTION actuator assembly, perform zero point calibration (See page BC-104). INSPECT DLC3 TERMINAL VOLTAGE (TC TERMINAL VOLTAGE) (a) Turn the ignition switch on (IG). (b) Measure the voltage according to the value(s) in the table below. (c) Measure the resistance according to the value(s) in the table below. Resistance CHECK HARNESS AND CONNECTOR (ECM TO DLC3) (a) Disconnect the ECM connector. (b) Measure the resistance according to the value(s) in the table below....

Inspection Procedure Notice

When replacing the ABS & TRACTION actuator assembly, perform zero point calibration (See page BC-104). PERFORM ACTIVE TEST BY INTELLIGENT TESTER (SKID CONTROL BUZZER) (a) Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3. (b) Turn the ignition switch on (IG) and turn the intelligent tester main switch on. (c) Select ACTIVE TEST on the intelligent tester. (d) Check that the buzzer sounds stops when turning the skid control buzzer on off by using the intelligent tester. Buzzer does not sound or...

Replace Ecm

The cruise control main switch operates 7 functions SET, COAST, TAP-DOWN, RESUME, ACCEL, TAP-UP, and CANCEL. The SET, TAP-DOWN and COAST functions, and the RESUME, TAP-UP and ACCEL functions are operated with the same switch. The cruise control main switch is an automatic return type switch which turns on only while operating it in each arrow direction and turns off after releasing it. The internal contact point of the cruise control main switch is turned on with the switch operation. Then the...

Check Other Dtcs Output In Addition To Dtc P

(a) Connect the OBD II scan tool or intelligent tester together with the CAN VIM (controller area network vehicle interface module) to the DLC3. (b) Turn the ignition switch on (IG) and turn the OBD II scan tool or the intelligent tester main switch ON. (c) When you use intelligent tester Select the item DIAGNOSIS ENHANCED OBD II DTC INFO CURRENT CODES. (d) Read the DTCs using the OBD II scan tool or the intelligent tester. If any other codes besides P0776 are output, perform the...

Monitor Drive Pattern

MONITOR DRIVE PATTERN FOR ECT TEST (a) Perform this drive pattern as one method to simulate the detection conditions of the ECT malfunctions. (The DTCs may not be detected due the actual driving conditions. And some codes may not be detected through this drive pattern.) HINT Warm up the engine sufficiently. (Engine coolant temperature is 60 C (140 F) or higher) Drive the vehicle when the atmospheric temperature is -10 C (14 F) or higher. (Malfunction is not detected when the atmospheric...

A Enter the diagnostic mode

(b) Press the preset switch 3 to change to Detailed Information Mode. (c) Identify the component which has stored this code. 440 (stereo component amplifier) is the component which has stored this code in the example shown in the illustration. For details of the DTC display, refer to DTC CHECK CLEAR (See page AV-18). CHECK HARNESS AND CONNECTOR (RADIO RECEIVER - COMPONENT WHICH HAS STORED THIS CODE) For details of the connectors, refer to TERMINALS OF ECU (See page AV-13). (a) Referring to the...

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CHECK HARNESS AND CONNECTOR (ENGINE ROOM J B ASSEMBLY - A C AMBIENT TEMPERATURE SENSOR) A C Ambient Temperature Sensor Connector Front View A C Ambient Temperature Sensor Connector Front View (a) Disconnect the connector from A C ambient temperature sensor. Engine Room J B Assembly Connector Wire Harness View (b) Disconnect the connector from the engine room J B assembly. (c) Measure the resistance according to the value(s) in the table below. REPAIR OR REPLAGE HARNESS OR GONNEGTOR CHECK...

After the inspection is completed clear the DTCs

No Response Against ON OFF Command A device that the sub-code shows is (was) disconnected from the system when turning the ignition switch on (ACC or IG). The communication condition with the device that the code shows cannot be obtained when the engine starts. The device indicated by the sub-code is (was) disconnected from the system after the engine starts. The device that had functioned before the engine stopped is (was) disconnected from the system when the ignition switch is (was) on (ACC...

All

The monitor will run whenever this DTC is not present. P0115 - P0118 (ECT sensor) P0125 (Insufficient ECT for closed loop) P0500 (VSS) P0748, P0778, P0798 (Shift solenoid valve (range)) TFT (Transmission fluid temperature) Intermediate shaft speed sensor circuit 4.5 or more at engine speed 1,900 rpm (Varies with engine speed)

Antirust Treatment

(1) For water-proofing and anti-corrosion measures, always apply the body sealer to the body panel seams and hems of the doors, hoods, etc. (1) To prevent corrosion and protect the body from damage by flying stones, always apply sufficient undercoat to the bottom surface of the under body and inside of the wheel housings.

As the temperature increases the voltage decreases Result

OK (Checking from the PROBLEM SYMPTOM TABLE) PROCEED TO NEXT CIRCUIT INSPECTION SHOWN IN PROBLEM SYMPTOMS TABLE REPLACE AIR CONDITIONING AMPLIFIER ASSEMBLY (a) Remove the A C room temperature sensor. (b) Measure the resistance according to the value(s) in the table below. Resistance Only hold the sensor at its connector. Touching the sensor may change the resistance value. When measuring, the sensor temperature must be the same as the ambient temperature. As the temperature increases, the...

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(a) Disconnect the tape player E24 connector. (b) Measure the resistance according to the value(s) in the table below. (c) Measure the voltage according to the value(s) in the table below. Standard voltage REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR CONNECTOR PROCEED TO NEXT CIRCUIT INSPECTION SHOWN IN PROBLEM SYMPTOMS TABLE

B Install the steering knuckle LH with the front axle hub subassembly LH to the shock absorber assembly front LH with

Only when reusing the bolts and nuts, apply a small amount of engine oil to the threads of the nuts. Be careful not to damage the drive shaft boot and speed sensor rotor. 2. INSTALL FRONT SUSPENSION ARM SUBASSEMBLY LOWER NO.1 LH (See page DS-14) 3. INSTALL TIE ROD END SUB-ASSEMBLY LH (See page DS-14) 5. INSTALL FRONT DISC BRAKE CALIPER ASSEMBLY LH (a) Install the front disc brake caliper assembly LH to the steering knuckle LH with the 2 bolts. Torque 107 N*m (1.090 kgf*cm, 79 ft.*lbf) NOTICE...

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CHECK HARNESS AND CONNECTOR (STOP LIGHT SWITCH TO SKID CONTROL ECU) (a) Disconnect the stop light switch connector and skid control ECU connector. (b) Measure the resistance according to the value(s) in the table below. REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR CONNECTOR (STOP LIGHT SWITCH TO SKID CONTROL ECU) REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR CONNECTOR (STOP LIGHT CIRCUIT) Internal failure of the skid control ECU control unit. Brake actuator assembly (skid control ECU)

C Select the item below in the Data List and read the display on the intelligent tester

Room temperature sensor min. -6.5 C (20.3 F) max. 57.25 C (135.05 F) Actual cabin temperature is displayed The display is as specified in the normal condition. OK (Checking from the PROBLEM SYMPTOM TABLE) PROCEED TO NEXT CIRCUIT INSPECTION SHOWN IN PROBLEM SYMPTOMS TABLE REPLACE AIR CONDITIONING AMPLIFIER ASSEMBLY INSPECT AIR CONDITIONING AMPLIFIER (TR - SG-1)

Check Condenser For Leakage Of Refrigerant

(a) Check the pipe joints for gas leakage using a halogen leak detector. (b) Check the tightening torque of the joints if gas leakage is detected in any of the pipe joints. This sensor detects the cabin temperature that is used as the basis for temperature control and sends appropriate signals to the A C amplifier. Room temperature sensor circuit (Open or short) A C room temperature sensor Harness or connector between A C room temperature sensor and A C amplifier (a) Connect the intelligent...

Check Noise Conditions

HINT The radio has a noise prevention function to reduce noise when listening to the radio. If a loud noise occurs, check whether the ground at the antenna mounting base and the noise prevention unit are installed and wired correctly. Noise increases when the accelerator pedal is depressed, but stops when the engine is stopped. Noise occurs during A C or heater operation. Noise occurs when the vehicle accelerates rapidly on an unpaved road or after the ignition...

Check Wire Harness Spiral Cable Body Ground

(a) Measure the resistance according to the value(s) in the table below. Standard resistance (a) Remove the distance control ECU (cruise control ECU) with the connector. (b) Turn the ignition switch on (IG). (c) Measure the voltage according to the value(s) in the table below.

Clutch drum

(d) Remove the return spring from the underdrive clutch drum. 5. REMOVE UNDERDRIVE CLUTCH PISTON SET (a) Install the underdrive clutch to the transaxle case. NOTICE Be careful not to damage the oil seal ring. (b) Holding the underdrive clutch piston by hand, apply compressed air (392 kPa, 4.0 kgf cm2, 57 psi) to the transaxle case to remove the underdrive clutch piston. 6. REMOVE UNDERDRIVE CLUTCH DRUM O-RING (a) Using a screwdriver, remove the O-ring from the underdrive clutch drum.

Connect Connector

(a) Reconnect the steering sensor sub bus line connector (D48) to the CAN J C A side (w earth terminal). CHECK CAN BUS LINE (STEERING SENSOR SUB BUS LINE) (a) Disconnect the steering sensor connector (D12). (b) Measure the resistance according to the value(s) in the table below. REPAIR OR REPLACE STEERING SENSOR SUB BUS LINE OR CONNECTOR (CAN-H, CAN-L)

Connect Wire Harness

(a) Connect the wire harness with the bolt. Torque 13 N*m (133 kgf*cm, 10 ft.*lbf) (a) Install the 4 clamps and 4 bolts. Torque 8.4 N*m (86 kgf*cm, 74 in.*lbf) (b) Connect the wire harnesses to the clamps. 12. INSTALL TRANSMISSION CONTROL CABLE BRACKET NO.2 (a) Install the transmission control cable bracket No.2 with the bolt. Torque 12 N*m (122 kgf*cm, 9 ft.*lbf) 13. INSTALL LH FRONT DRIVE SHAFT ASSEMBLY 14. INSTALL RH FRONT DRIVE SHAFT ASSEMBLY 15. INSTALL ENGINE ASSEMBLY WITH TRANSAXLE Some...

CRemove the clutch balancer from the input shaft

(d) Remove the forward clutch return spring from the input shaft. 4. REMOVE FORWARD CLUTCH RETURN SPRING SUB-ASSEMBLY (a) Place the forward clutch drum onto the oil pump. (b) Holding the forward clutch piston by hand, apply compressed air (392 kPa, 4.0 kgf cm2, 57 psi) to the oil pump to remove the forward clutch piston. HINT When the piston cannot be removed as it is slanted, blow air again with the protruding side pushed, or remove the piston using the needle nose pliers with vinyl tape on...

Customize Parameters

The followings are the possible items to be customized. After confirming whether the items of the customer's request is applicable or not for the customized items, perform the customization. Be sure to record the current value before customizing. When troubleshooting, be aware that function may be set to OFF by customizing. (Example In the case of The wireless operation does not function, check that wireless operation is not set to OFF by customizing, then perform the troubleshooting.) SET TEMP...

Description

This sensor detects the rotation speed of the input turbine. By comparing the input turbine speed signal (NT) with the counter gear speed sensor signal (NC), the ECM detects the shift timing of the gears and appropriately controls the engine torque and hydraulic pressure according to various conditions. Thus, providing smooth gear shift. ECM detects conditions (a), (b) and (c) continuously for 5 sec. or more (1-trip detection logic) (a) Vehicle speed 50 km h (31 mph) or more (b) Park neutral...

Toyota Ig C1361

If a DTC of the motor line is stored, the VSC No. 2 relay cuts off the power supply to the VSC No. 1 relay and performs fail-safe. While any of the ABS, TRAC, VSC, or BA is operating, the skid control ECU (housed in the ABS & TRACTION actuator assembly) turns the VSC No. 2 relay on and activates the pump motor in the ABS & TRACTION actuator. This code may be stored if the motor relay (+BM) voltage becomes lower than the DTC detecting condition due to insufficient output from the battery...

Diagnosis System

When releasing the parking brake, set chocks to hold the vehicle for safety. (b) If the skid control ECU detects a malfunction, the ABS warning light and brake warning light will come on to warn the driver. The table below indicates which light will come on when there is a malfunction in a particular function. The DTCs are simultaneously stored in memory. The DTCs can be read by connecting the SST (09843-18043) between the TC and CG terminals of the DLC3 and observing the blinking pattern of...

Disassembly

REMOVE FRONT DIFFERENTIAL RING GEAR (a) Place matchmarks on the front differential ring gear and differential case. (c) Using a plastic hammer, tap on the front differential ring gear to remove it from the case. 2. REMOVE FRONT DIFFERENTIAL CASE FRONT TAPERED ROLLER BEARING (a) Using SST, remove the front differential case front differential tapered roller bearing from the differential case. SST 09950-00020, 09950-00030, 09950-60010 (09951-00490), 09950-40011 (09957-04010) (b) Using SST, remove...

Do not push on the torque converter when aligning the matchmarks

(b) Engage the splines of the stator shaft and stator while turning the torque converter clutch assembly. HINT Turn the torque converter clutch assembly approximately 180 . (c) Turn the torque converter clutch assembly and align the matchmarks on the torque converter clutch assembly and transmission case to engage the key of the oil pump drive gear into the slot on the torque converter clutch assembly. (d) Using vernier calipers and a straight edge, measure the dimension A between the transaxle...

Dtc Check Clear

(a) Turn the ignition switch on (IG) while pressing the FRONT DEF switch and FAN+ switch simultaneously. (b) Check that the all indicators come on. (c) The all indicators go off 4 times in succession at 1 second intervals. HINT After the indicator check is completed, the system enters the DTC mode automatically. Press the OFF switch to cancel the indicator mode. (a) Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3. Turn the ignition switch on (IG). Read the DTC following the prompts on the tester...

Failsafe Chart

If the following conditions are detected while the cruise control is in operation, the system clears the stored vehicle speed in the hybrid vehicle control ECU and cancels the cruise control operation. There is open or short in stop light switch circuit There is problem with vehicle speed signal There is problem with throttle position sensor and motor Turn cruise control main switch on again There is problem with input circuit of stop light switch circuit There is problem with cancel circuit...

Freeze Frame Data

Whenever a DTC is detected or the ABS operates, the skid control ECU stores the current vehicle (sensor) status as freeze frame data. The skid control ECU stores the number of times (maximum 31) the ignition switch has been turned from off to the on (IG) since the last time the ABS was activated. Freeze frame data at the time the ABS operates The skid control ECU stores and updates data whenever the ABS system operates. When the skid control ECU stores data at the time a DTC is detected, the...

Function Of Components

Detect the wheel speed and send the signal to the skid control ECU. (housed in ABS & TRACTION actuator assembly) Processes the signals sent from each sensor to control the ABS, BA, TRAC, and VSC. Sends and receives the control signals to or from the ECM, yaw rate and acceleration sensor, and steering angle sensor, etc. via CAN communication. ABS & TRACTION actuator assembly Consists of the master cylinder cut solenoid valve, retention solenoid valve, pressure reduction solenoid valve,...

Handling Precautions Of Plastic Body Parts

(1) The repair procedure for plastic body parts must conform with the type of plastic material. (2) Plastic body parts are identified by the codes in the following table. (3) When repairing metal body parts adjoining plastic body parts (by brazing, frame cutting, welding, painting etc.), consideration must be given to the property of the plastic. Heat* resistant temperature limit C ( F) Alcohol is harmless if applied only for short time in small amounts (e.g., quick wiping to remove grease)....

Identification Of Noise Source

(1) Radio broadcasts use the radio frequency bands shown in the table below. MF Medium Frequency HF High Frequency VHF Very High Frequency MF Medium Frequency HF High Frequency VHF Very High Frequency (1) The service areas of AM and FM broadcasts are vastly different. Sometimes an AM broadcast can be received very clearly but an FM stereo cannot. FM stereo has the smallest service area, and is prone to pick up static and other types of interference such as noise. (c) Radio reception problems...

Impact Beam Repair

The impact beam and bracket are necessary and important parts that help reduce the probability of injury to passengers in side collisions. For impact beam, we use special high tensile strength steel. The high tensile strength steel maintains its special crystalline organization by heat treatment or alloy additives. Since these parts are designed to exhibit its performance in their original shape, if parts are deformed in an accident, or if the deformed parts are repaired and reused, the parts...

Inspect Generator Rotor Assembly

(a) Check that the generator rotor bearing is not rough or worn. If necessary, replace the generator rotor. (b) Check the generator rotor for an open circuit. (1) Using an ohmmeter, measure the resistance between the slip rings. Standard resistance 2.3 to 2.7 Q at 20 C (68 F) If the result is not as specified, replace the generator rotor assembly. (c) Check the generator rotor for a short circuit. (1) Using an ohmmeter, measure the resistance between the each slip ring and rotor. Standard...

Inspect Shift Lock Control Unit Assembly

(a) Measure the voltage according to the value(s) in the table below. HINT Do not disconnect the shift lock control unit assembly connector. 1. Ignition switch ACC and shift lever P position 2. Ignition switch ACC and shift lever except P position 3. Ignition switch ACC and shift lever except P position (After approx. 1 second) (b) Measure the resistance according to the value(s) in the table below. HINT Do not disconnect the shift lock control unit assembly connector. If operation cannot be...

Inspection

(a) Check the resistance of the relay. (when battery voltage is applied to terminals 1 and 2) If the result is not as specified, replace the relay. (a) Check the resistance. Resistance If the result is not as specified, replace the switch. NOTICE When checking the ECT switch in the water, the terminals should be kept dry. After the check, dry the switch.

Install Generator Brush Holder Assembly

(a) While pushing the 2 brushes to the inside of the generator brush holder assembly, insert a 1.0 mm (0.039 in.) pin into the generator brush holder hole. (b) Install the brush holder assembly with the 2 screws. Torque 1.8 N*m (18 kgf*cm, 16 in.*lbf) (c) Remove the pin from the brush holder assembly. (a) Install the terminal insulator. NOTICE Pay attention to installation direction of the terminal insulator. (a) Install the end cover with the 3 nuts. Torque 4.6 N*m (47 kgf*cm, 41 in.*lbf) 7....

Install Parkneutral Position Switch Assembly

(a) Install the park neutral position switch to the manual valve shaft. (b) Temporarily install the 2 bolts. (c) Place a new lock plate and tighten the nut. Torque 6.9 N*m (70 kgf*cm, 61 in.*lbf) (d) Temporarily install the control shaft lever. (e) Turn the lever counterclockwise until it stops, then turn it clockwise 2 notches. (f) Remove the control shaft lever. (g) Align the groove with the neutral basic line. (h) Hold the switch in position and tighten the 2 bolts. Torque 5.4 N*m (55...

Install Radiator Assembly

(a) Install the radiator to the body. (b) Install the condenser assembly with the 4 bolts. Torque 5.4 N*m (55 kgf*cm, 48 in.*lbf) (c) Connect the fun motor connector. (a) Install the radiator support upper with the 5 bolts. Torque 7.0 N*m (71 kgf*cm, 62 in.*lbf) (b) Install the hood lock assembly to the radiator support upper with the 3 bolts. Torque 8.0 N*m (82 kgf*cm, 71 in.*lbf) (c) Install the hood lock nut cap to the hood lock assembly. 6. INSTALL OIL COOLER OUTLET TUBE NO.1 (a) Install...

Install Transmission Valve Body Assembly

(a) Install the shift solenoid valve SL1 to the valve body assembly with the bolt. Torque 6.6 N*m (67 kgf*cm, 58 in.*lbf) (b) Install the shift solenoid valve SL2 to the valve body assembly with the bolt. Torque 11 N*m (110 kgf*cm, 8 ft.*lbf) (c) Install the shift solenoid valve DSL to the valve body assembly with the bolt. Torque 11 N*m (110 kgf*cm, 8 ft.*lbf) (d) Install the shift solenoid valve SR to the valve body assembly. (e) Install the shift solenoid valve S4 to the valve body assembly...

Installation

INSTALL BRAKE ACTUATOR WITH BRACKET (a) Install the actuator with bracket with the 3 bolts. Torque 19 N*m (194 kgf*cm, 14 ft.*lbf) NOTICE Do not damage the brake tubes and wire harness. (c) Using SST, connect each brake tube to correct positions of the actuator with bracket as shown in the illustration. SST 09023-00101 Torque 15 N*m (155 kgf*cm, 11 ft.*lbf) 2. FILL RESERVOIR WITH BRAKE FLUID (See page BR-3) 3. BLEED MASTER CYLINDER (See page BR-3) 4. BLEED BRAKE LINE (See page BR-3) 6. CHECK...

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*1 SEEK TRACK DOWN *2 SEEK TRACK UP *3 PRESET SWITCH 2 *4 PRESET SWITCH 3 Continues to display detailed information of the first code. *1 f *2 Continues to display detailed information when more DTCs are detected. (b) Press the preset switch 3 to change to Detailed Information Mode. (c) Identify the component shown by the sub-code. HINT 190 (radio receiver) is the component shown by the subcode in the example shown in the illustration. For details of the DTC display, refer to DTC CHECK CLEAR...

Mechanical System Tests

The object of this test is to check the overall performance of the transaxle and engine by measuring the stall speeds in the D position. Driving test should be done on a paved road (a nonskid road). Perform the test at the normal operating ATF (Automatic Transmission Fluid) temperature 50 to 80 C (122 to 176 F). Do not continuously run this test for longer than 10 seconds. To ensure safety, do this test in a wide, clear level area which provides good traction. The stall test should always be...

Methods used to verify the cause of the problem are listed in order of probability in the suspected area column

Pressing power switch does not turn on system. 1. Pressing Power Switch does not Turn on System 2. Multi-display Power Source Circuit 3. Radio Receiver Power Source Circuit No sound can be heard from speakers. 1. No Sound can be Heard from Speakers 2. Mute Signal Circuit between Radio Receiver and Stereo Component Amplifier (*1) 3. Sound Signal Circuit between Radio Receiver and Stereo Component Amplifier (*1) 5. Stereo Component Amplifier Power Source Circuit (*1) Radio broadcast cannot be...

Monitor Description

These DTCs indicate a problem with the park neutral position switch and the wire harness in the park neutral position switch circuit. The park neutral position switch detects the shift lever position and sends a signal to the ECM. For security, the park neutral position switch detects the shift lever position so that engine can be started only when the shift lever is in the P or N position The park neutral position switch sends a signal to the ECM according to the shift position (P, R, N or D)....

Monitor Strategy

Shift solenoid valve DSL OFF malfunction Shift solenoid valve DSL ON malfunction Shift solenoid valve DSL, Speed sensor (NT), Speed sensor (NC), Crankshaft position sensor (NE), Throttle position sensor (VPA1), Mass air flow sensor (MAF), Transmission temperature sensor (THO1), Engine coolant temperature sensor (ECT) OFF malfunction 3.5 sec. ON malfunction 1.8 sec.

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PROCEED TO NEXT CIRCUIT INSPECTION SHOWN IN PROBLEM SYMPTOMS TABLE INSPECT FRONT DOOR LOCK ASSEMBLY LH (DOOR LOCK MOTOR) (a) Remove the front door lock assembly LH. (b) Apply battery voltage and check operation of the door lock motor. Battery positive (+) Terminal 4 Battery negative (-) Terminal 1 Battery positive (+) Terminal 1 Battery negative (-) Terminal 4 CHECK WIRE HARNESS (FRONT DOOR LOCK ASSEMBLY LH - INSTRUMENT PANEL J B) I 7 I 6 I (a) Disconnect the D8 and H9 connectors. (b) Remove...

OFF malfunction A

Intermediate shaft speed Output speed Engine speed - Input (turbine) speed Difference between engine speed and input (turbine) speed Input (turbine) speed Intermediate shaft speed Input (turbine) speed Intermediate shaft speed Input (turbine) speed Intermediate shaft speed

Ok

CHECK HARNESS OR CONNECTOR (BRAKE FLUID LEVEL WARNING SWITCH TO COMBINATION METER) Brake Fluid Level Warning Switch (harness side connector front view) (a) Disconnect the combination meter assembly and the brake fluid level warning switch connector. (b) Measure the resistance according to the value(s) in the table below. REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR CONNECTOR (BRAKE FLUID LEVEL WARNING SWITCH TO COMBINATION METER) (a) Check the combination meter assembly (See page ME-13). HINT If...

Onvehicle Inspection

Remove interior parts so that the rear speaker can be seen. (a) Check the speaker installation. OK If the result is not as specified, reinstall the rear speaker. (b) Visually check the speaker. OK The cone paper of the speaker is not torn. If the result is not as specified, replace the rear speaker. (1) Disconnect the rear speaker connector. (2) Measure the resistance between the terminals of the speaker. Standard resistance 9 Speaker System 3.2 to 4.8 Q 12 Speaker System 1.8 to 2.6 Q If the...

Problem Symptoms Table

If a normal system code is displayed during the DTC check but the problem still occurs, check the circuits for each problem symptom in the order given in the table below and proceed to the relevant troubleshooting page. HINT Inspect the Fuse and Relay before confirming the suspected area as shown in the charts below. Inspect each malfunction circuit in numerical order for the corresponding symptom. If any malfunction still exists even after checking and confirming that all the circuits are...

Reassembly

INSTALL FRONT DIFFERENTIAL SIDE GEAR (a) Apply ATF to the 2 front differential side gears, 2 side gear thrust washers, 2 front differential pinions and 2 pinion thrust washers and install them to the differential case. Front Differential Pinion Shaft No.1 Front Differential Pinion Shaft No.1 2. INSTALL FRONT DIFFERENTIAL PINION SHAFT NO.1 (a) Coat the front differential pinion shaft No.1 with ATF, and install it to the differential case. 4. INSTALL FRONT DIFFERENTIAL PINION SHAFT STRAIGHT PIN...

Reference Value

1) These values are actual measurements made on this model. lUse these reference values. 2) Measure point A, a with the cool air intake duct seal removed. 3) Measure point D, d E, e F, f with the front fender upper protector removed. Radiator upper support installation bolt

Removal

REMOVE AIR CLEANER INLET NO.1 5. SEPARATE RADIATOR RESERVE TANK HOSE OR PIPE (a) Separate radiator reserve tank hose from the radiator assembly. (a) Separate radiator hose inlet from the radiator assembly. (a) Separate radiator hose outlet from the radiator assembly. 8. SEPARATE OIL COOLER INLET TUBE NO.1 (a) Separate oil cooler inlet tube No.1 from the radiator assembly.

Removing The Upper Engine Cover On A 2002 Toyota Avalon

DISCONNECT CABLE FROM NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL 2. REMOVE SHIFT LEVER KNOB SUB-ASSEMBLY (See page IP-12) 3. REMOVE POSITION INDICATOR HOUSING ASSEMBLY (See page IP-12) 5. REMOVE CONSOLE PANEL SUB-ASSEMBLY UPPER (See page IP-13) 6. REMOVE CONSOLE BOX ASSEMBLY (See page IP-13) 7. REMOVE CONSOLE BOX FRONT (See page IP-14) 8. REMOVE AIR BAG SENSOR ASSEMBLY CENTER (See page RS-354) 9. REMOVE AIR CLEANER ASSEMBLY (See page EM-28) 10. REMOVE INTAKE AIR RESONATOR SUB-ASSEMBLY (See page EM-28) 11....

Remove Automatic Transaxle Assembly

(b) Remove the exhaust pipe support bracket and flywheel under cover from the automatic transaxle. (c) Turn the crankshaft to gain access and remove the 6 bolts while holding the crankshaft pulley bolt with a wrench. HINT There will be one green colored bolt. (e) Separate and remove the automatic transaxle.

Remove Floor Carpet Bracket Rh

(b) Turn back the floor carpet. (d) Remove the floor carpet bracket RH. (a) Release the 2 claws and remove the air duct rear No.2. (a) Release the 2 claws and remove the air duct rear No.1. 20. REMOVE AIR DUCT SUB-ASSEMBLY NO.1 (See page SR-37) 21. SEPARATE STEERING INTERMEDIATE SHAFT ASSEMBLY (See page SR-37) 22. REMOVE STEERING COLUMN ASSEMBLY (See page SR-37) 23. REMOVE INSTRUMENT PANEL REINFORCEMENT ASSEMBLY (a) Disconnect each connector and remove each clamp. Disconnect the wire harness....

Remove Underdrive Cylindrical Roller Bearing

(a) Using SST, remove the underdrive cylindrical roller bearing from the transaxle case. SST 09514-35011 Underdrive Output Shaft Oil Seal Ring Underdrive Output Shaft Oil Seal Ring 79. REMOVE UNDERDRIVE OUTPUT SHAFT OIL SEAL RING (a) Remove the oil seal ring from the transaxle housing. 80. REMOVE DIFFERENTIAL GEAR LUBE APPLY TUBE (a) Remove the bolt, transaxle apply tube clamp and differential gear lube apply tube from the transaxle housing. NOTICE

Replace Front Door Lock Assembly Rh

CHECK WIRE HARNESS (FRONT DOOR LOCK ASSEMBLY RH - INSTRUMENT PANEL J B) 4 I 5 I 6 11 7 I B I afioln lz l3 l4 l5 lB r7 lB ls 2ojzi Z3 Z5 2B (a) Disconnect the G9 connector. (b) Remove the body ECU from instrument panel J B. (c) Measure the resistance of the wire harness side connectors. REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR CONNECTOR PROCEED TO NEXT CIRCUIT INSPECTION SHOWN IN PROBLEM SYMPTOMS TABLE

Resistance

REPAIR OR REPLACE STEERING SENSOR SUB BUS LINE OR CONNECTOR (CAN-H, CAN-L) (a) Reconnect the yaw rate sensor sub bus line connector (D49) to the CAN J C A side (w earth terminal). CHECK CAN BUS LINE (YAW RATE SENSOR SUB BUS LINE) (a) Disconnect the yaw rate sensor connector (D28). (b) Measure the resistance according to the value(s) in the table below. REPLACE YAW RATE AND ACCELERATION SENSOR REPAIR OR REPLACE YAW RATE SENSOR SUB BUS LINE OR CONNECTOR (CAN-H, CAN-L) Open in One Side of CAN Sub...

Service Mode Vsc and TRAC prohibited mode

VSC and TRAC control can be prohibited by switching to Perform step (See procedure A) to (See procedure E) within 30 seconds. Perform step (See procedure C) and (See procedure D) within 15 seconds each. Make sure that the shift lever is in the P position. (1) Turn the ignition switch on (IG). (2) Apply the parking brake (Procedure A). (3) Depress and release the brake pedal twice (Procedure B). (4) While holding the brake pedal down, release and apply the parking brake twice (Procedure C). (5)...

Test pressure kPa kgfcm psi

On radiators with resin tanks, there is clearance between the tank and lock plate where a minute amount of air will remain, giving the appearance of an air leak when the radiator is submerged in water. Therefore, before doing the water leak test, first swish the radiator around in the water until all air bubbles disappear.

Three Bond or equivalent

(c) Using a new gasket, install the oil pan to the transaxle case with the 18 bolts. Torque 7.8 N*m (80 kgf*cm, 69 in.*lbf) NOTICE Apply seal packing to the bolts and tighten them within 10 minutes of application. 4. CONNECT CABLE TO NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL 5. ADD AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE FLUID 6. INSPECT AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE FLUID (See page AX-120) 7. INSTALL ENGINE UNDER COVER LH Some systems need initialization after reconnecting the cable to the negative battery terminal (See page AX-1).

When tightening the nut confirm that the control cable is properly stretched

(e) Start the engine and make sure that the vehicle moves forward when shifting the lever from the N to D position and moves rearward when shifting it to the R position. 1. INSTALL TRANSMISSION CONTROL SWITCH (a) Install the transmission control switch to the shift lever guide housing. HINT (a) Apply MP grease to the hatched area of the shift lever guide housing as indicated in the illustration. (b) Install the shift lock solenoid with the screw. (c) Install the shift lever guide housing with...

Work Precautions

(1) When welding, protect the painted surfaces, windows, seats and carpet with heat resistant, fire-proof covers. (1) Never stand in direct line with the chain when using a puller on the body or frame, and be sure to attach a safety cable. (2) Before performing repair work, check for fuel leaks. If a leak is found, be sure to close the opening totally. (3) If it is necessary to use a flame in the area of the fuel tank, first remove the tank and plug the fuel line. (1) In addition to the usual...

Read Value Of Intelligent Tester Ig Voltage

(a) Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3. (c) Select DATA LIST on the intelligent tester. ECU power supply voltage TOO LOW NORMAL TOO HIGH TOO HIGH 14.0 V or over NORMAL 9.5 V to 14.0 V TOO LOW Below 9.5 V (d) Read the voltage condition output from the ECU displayed on the intelligent tester. OK

Toyota Avalon Wiring Diagram

CHECK HARNESS AND CONNECTOR (BATTERY - TRANSMISSION CONTROL SWITCH) Wire Harness Side (Connector Front View) (a) Disconnect the transmission control switch connector of shift lock control unit assembly. (b) Measure the voltage according to the value(s) in the table below. REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR CONNECTOR CHECK HARNESS AND CONNECTOR (TRANSMISSION CONTROL SWITCH - BODY GROUND) Wire Harness Side (Connector Front View) (a) Measure the resistance according to the value(s) in the table below....

Refrigerant Line Components

-COOLER REFRIGERANT DISCHARGE HOSE NO.1 N*m (kgf*cm, ft.*lbf) Specified torque AUTO, OFF, TEMP UP (+), TEMP DOWN (-) switches are located on the steering pad switch. The resistance of the steering pad switch changes in accordance with switch operation. The heater control panel outputs voltage to the steering pad switch and reads voltage changes according to the resistance changes with switch operation. INSPECT HEATER CONTROL PANEL (ADI1 - SG) (a) Remove the heater control panel LH with...

Replacement

DISCHARGE REFRIGERANT FROM REFRIGERATION SYSTEM (c) Operate the cooler compressor at an engine rpm of approximately 1,000 for 5 to 6 minutes to circulate the refrigerant and collect compressor oil remaining in each component into the cooler compressor as much as possible. (e) Using SST, let the refrigerant gas out. SST 07110-58060 (07117-58080, 07117-58090, 07117-78050, 07117-88060, 07117-88070, 07117-88080) (a) Perform vacuum purging using a vacuum pump. (b) Charge refrigerant HFC-134a (R134a)...

Mute Signal Circuit between Radio Receiver and Stereo Component Amplifier

This circuit sends a signal to the stereo component amplifier to mute noise. Because of that, the noise produced by changing the sound source ceases. If there is an open in the circuit, noise can be heard from the speakers when changing the sound source. If there is a short in the circuit, even though the stereo component amplifier is normal, no sound, or only an extremely small sound, can be produced. (a) Measure the voltage according to the value(s) in the table below. Standard voltage Turn...

Check For Intermittent Problems

A momentary interruption (open circuit) in the connectors and or wire harness between the sensors and ECUs can be detected i n the ECU data list function of the intelligent tester. (a) Turn the ignition switch off and connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3. (b) Turn the ignition switch on (IG). Follow the directions on the intelligent tester to display the DATA LIST and select areas where momentary interruption should be monitored. A momentary interruption (open circuit) cannot be detected...

Check Wire Harness Tc of Dlc Ecm

(a) Disconnect the A24 connector from the ECM. (b) Measure the resistance according to the value(s) in the table below. Standard resistance REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR CONNECTOR (DLC3 - ECM) CHECK WIRE HARNESS (CG of DLC3 - BODY GROUND) (a) Measure the resistance according to the value(s) in the table below. REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR CONNECTOR (DLC3 - BODY GROUND) CHECK WIRE HARNESS (TC of DLC3 - BODY GROUND) (a) Measure the resistance according to the value(s) in the table below. REPAIR OR...

Air Conditioning System Precaution

When disconnecting the negative (-) battery terminal, initialize the following system after the terminal is reconnected. Perform the RESET MEMORY (AT initialization) when replacing the automatic transaxle assembly, engine assembly or ECM (See page AX-15). Perform the REGISTRATION (VIN registration) when replacing the ECM (See page ES-19). Initialization can not be completed by only removing the 2. FOR USING INTELLIGENT TESTER Observe the following items for safety reasons Read its instruction...

Replace Rear Door Lock Assembly Lh

CHECK WIRE HARNESS (REAR DOOR LOCK ASSEMBLY LH - INSTRUMENT PANEL J B) I 1 I 2 I 4 I 5 I (a) Disconnect the J5 connector. (b) Remove the body ECU from instrument panel J B. (c) Measure the resistance of the wire harness side connectors. REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR CONNECTOR PROCEED TO NEXT CIRCUIT INSPECTION SHOWN IN PROBLEM SYMPTOMS TABLE

Wiring Diagram

From Power Source Control ECU (*1) From Ignition Switch (*2) From Power Source Control ECU (*1) From Ignition Switch (*2) From Power Source Control ECU (*1) From Ignition Switch (*2) Brake Actuator Assembly (Skid Control ECU) From Power Source Control ECU (*1) From Ignition Switch (*2) *1 w Smart Key System *2 w o Smart Key System *1 w Smart Key System *2 w o Smart Key System

Diagnostic Trouble Code Chart

If a trouble code is displayed during the DTC check, check the circuit listed for that code. For details of each code, refer to the See page in the DTC chart. - Stop light switch assembly circuit - Vehicle speed sensor signal circuit Vehicle Speed Sensor Circuit Malfunction - Vehicle speed sensor signal circuit Vehicle Speed Sensor Circuit Malfunction This trouble code is output when the vehicle speed signal from the vehicle speed sensor is cut for 0.14 sec. or more while the cruise control is...

Stpo De Un Toyota Celica

INSPECT SKID CONTROL ECU CONNECTOR (STPO TERMINAL VOLTAGE) (a) Install the stop light operation (DAC) relay. (b) Disconnect the skid control ECU connector. (c) Turn the ignition switch on (IG). (d) Measure the voltage according to the value(s) in the table below. REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR CONNECTOR (STPO CIRCUIT) (b) Depress the brake pedal several times to test the stop light circuit. (c) Check if the same DTC is detected. HINT Reinstall the sensors, connectors, etc. and restore the vehicle...

Foreword

This repair manual has been prepared to provide essential information on body panel repair methods (including cutting and welding operations, but excluding painting) for the TOYOTA AVALON. This manual consists of body repair methods, exploded diagrams and illustrations of the body components and other information relating to body panel replacement such as handling precautions, etc. However, it should be noted that the front fenders of the TOYOTA model is bolted on and require no welding. When...

Sensor Signal Check By Test Mode When Using Intelligent Tester

When having replaced the ABS & TRACTION actuator assembly and or yaw rate and acceleration sensor, perform zero point calibration of the yaw rate and acceleration sensor. HINT If the ignition switch is turned from on (IG) to on (ACC) or to the ACC or off during test mode (SIGNAL CHECK), DTCs of the signal check function will be erased. During test mode (SIGNAL CHECK), the skid control ECU records all DTCs of the signal check function. By performing the test mode (SIGNAL CHECK), the codes are...

Before releasing the parking brake move the shift lever to the P position for safety

When the parking brake is applied or the level of the brake fluid is low, the BRAKE warning light comes on. (b) When the ignition switch is turned on (IG), check that the ABS warning light, VSC warning light, BRAKE warning light and SLIP indicator light come on for approximately 3 seconds. If the skid control ECU stores any DTCs, the ABS warning light, VSC warning light and SLIP indicator light come on. If the indicator remains on or does not come on, proceed to troubleshooting for the light...

Torque Nm kgfcm ftlbf

(b) Coat the O-ring of oil pump with ATF. NOTICE Confirm that the input shaft rotates smoothly with the manual operation after installing the oil pump. (a) Remove any packing material and be careful not to spill oil on the contact surface of the transaxle case or transaxle housing. (b) Apply FIPG to the transaxle case. FIPG Part No. 08826-00090, THREE BOND 1281 or equivalent (c) Install the transaxle housing and 16 bolts to the transaxle case. Torque Bolt A 25 N*m (255 kgf*cm, 18 ft.*lbf) Bolt...

Stop Light Switch Circuit Malfunction

The ECM receives the brake demand signal from the cruise control ECU (distance control ECU) and transmits it to the skid control ECU. The skid control ECU receives a signal from the ECM and operates the brake actuator. The skid control ECU operates the brake actuator and illuminations the stop light by operating the BRK This trouble code is output when the ECM detects the BRK relay error signal from the ABS & traction actuator assembly (skid control ECU) for 0.2 sec. or more while the...

Sensor Signal Check By Test Mode Signal Check When Using Sst Check Wire

When having replaced the ABS & TRACTION actuator assembly and or yaw rate and acceleration sensor, perform zero point calibration of the yaw rate and acceleration sensor. HINT If the ignition switch is turned from on (IG) to on (ACC) or off during test mode (SIGNAL CHECK), DTCs of the signal check function will be erased. During test mode (SIGNAL CHECK), the skid control ECU records all DTCs of the signal check function. By performing the test mode (SIGNAL CHECK), the codes are erased if...

Radio Broadcast cannot be Received or Poor Reception

(a) Check the radio's automatic station search function. (1) Check the radio's automatic station search function by activating it. OK The radio's automatic station search function works properly. (a) Check optional components (sun-shade film, telephone antenna, etc.). (1) Check if any optional components, such as sunshade film or telephone antenna that may decrease reception capacity, are installed. OK Optional components are installed. NOTICE Do not remove any optional components installed by...

Read Value Of Intelligent Tester

(a) Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3. (b) Turn the ignition switch on (IG), and turn the intelligent tester main switch on. (c) Check the DATA LIST for proper functioning of the CRUISE main indicator light. Cruise indicator signal (Main CPU) ON or OFF ON CCS READY ON OFF CCS READY OFF

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Corolla Lambda Resistance

(a) Disconnect the connector from spiral cable subassembly. (b) Measure resistance according to the value(s) in the table below. CHECK HARNESS AND CONNECTOR (HEATER CONTROL PANEL LH - SPIRAL CABLE SUB-ASSEMBLY) Heater Control Panel LH Wire Harness View (a) Disconnect the connector from heater control panel LH. Heater Control Panel LH Wire Harness View (b) Disconnect the connector from the spiral cable subassembly. (c) Measure the resistance according to the value(s) in the table below. REPAIR...

Remove Rear Planetary Sun Gear Assembly

(a) Remove the rear planetary sun gear assembly from the transaxle case. (b) Remove the thrust needle roller bearing and thrust bearing race from the rear planetary sun gear assembly. (c) Remove the planetary carrier thrust washer No.2 from the rear planetary sun gear assembly.

Remove Toyota Avalon Suction Ac Hose

DISCHARGE REFRIGERANT FROM REFRIGERATION SYSTEM (See page AC-138) 2. REMOVE FAN AND GENERATOR V BELT (See page EM-28) 3. REMOVE GENERATOR ASSEMBLY (See page CH-9) 4. DISCONNECT COOLER REFRIGERANT DISCHARGE HOSE NO.1 (a) Remove the bolt and disconnect the cooler refrigerant discharge hose No.1. (b) Remove the O-ring from the cooler refrigerant discharge hose No.1. Seal the openings of the disconnected parts using vinyl tape to prevent moisture and foreign matter from entering. 5. DISCONNECT...

Odo

(a) Remove the A C COMP fuse from the instrument panel J B. (b) Measure the resistance according to the value(s) in the table below. (a) Remove the MG CLT relay (magnetic clutch relay) from engine room R B and J B. (b) Measure the resistance according to the value(s) in the table below. When Battery voltage is applied to terminals 1 and 2 Below 1 Q (When Battery voltage is applied to terminals 1 and 2) While using the battery during inspection, do not bring the positive and negative tester...

Remove Parking Lock Pawl

(a) Remove the spring, pawl pin and parking lock pawl. 40. REMOVE UNDERDRIVE CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (a) Remove the underdrive clutch assembly, thrust bearing and bearing race from the transaxle case. 41. REMOVE UNDERDRIVE 1-WAY CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (a) Using a screwdriver, remove the snap ring from the transaxle case. NOTICE Do not apply excessive force when removing the snap ring. (b) Remove the underdrive 1-way clutch from the transaxle case. (c) Remove the outer race retainer from the 1-way clutch. 42....

Initialization

STEP MOTORS INITIALIZING FUNCTION (a) Step motor initializing procedure (Automatic initializing). (1) When the battery is reconnected and the ignition switch is turned to the on (IG) for the first time, the initializing function of the step motors is activated. IN this case, the FRONT DEF indicator blinks. HINT Initialization will be automatically completed after several seconds. (2) If mode indication is different from the actual air outlet in actuator check, turn the ignition switch on (IG)...

Control Module Performance

This DTC indicates a malfunction in the ECM. HINT The hybrid vehicle control ECU receives signals from each sensor to control all the functions of the cruise control with the microcomputer. When a malfunction is detected, fail-safe remains on until the ignition switch is turned off. The ECM has a supervisory CPU and a control ECU inside. When each input STP signal is different for 0.15 sec. or more, this trouble code is output. This trouble code is output after 0.4 sec. has passed from the time...

Body Dimension Drawings

HINT For symbols, capital letters indicate right side of vehicle, small letters indicate left side of vehicle (Seen from rear). Front bumper reinforcement installation nut Radiator upper support installation nut Radiator upper support installation nut BODY OPENING AREAS (Side View-Front) HINT For symbols, capital letters indicate right side of vehicle, small letters indicate left side of vehicle (Seen from rear). mm (in.) HINT For symbols, capital letters indicate right side of vehicle, small...

Replace Rear Door Lock Assembly Rh

CHECK WIRE HARNESS (REAR DOOR LOCK ASSEMBLY RH - INSTRUMENT PANEL J B) (a) Disconnect the I5 connector. (b) Remove the body ECU from instrument panel J B. (c) Measure the resistance of the wire harness side connectors. REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR CONNECTOR PROCEED TO NEXT CIRCUIT INSPECTION SHOWN IN PROBLEM SYMPTOMS TABLE

Operation Of Cruise Control

The cruise control main switch operates 7 functions SET, COAST, TAP-DOWN, RESUME, ACCEL, TAP-UP, and CANCEL. The SET, TAP-DOWN and COAST functions, and the RESUME, TAP-UP and ACCEL functions are operated with the same switch. The cruise control main switch assembly is an automatic return type switch which turns on only while operating it in each arrow direction and turns off after releasing it. Vehicle speed is stored and constant speed control is maintained when pushing the switch to - SET...

Failsafe

This function minimizes the loss of the ECT functions when any malfunction occurs in a sensor or solenoid. (a) ATF (Automatic Transmission Fluid) temperature sensor When the ATF temperature sensor has a malfunction, 5th upshift is prohibited. (b) Counter gear speed sensor NC (Speed sensor NC) When the counter gear speed sensor has a malfunction, 5th upshift is prohibited. When the solenoid valve DSL has a malfunction, the current to the solenoid valve is stopped. This stops lock-up control,...

How To Proceed With Troubleshooting

CHECK MULTIPLEX COMMUNICATION SYSTEM Refer to the how to proceed with troubleshooting (See page MP-10). The ECM of this system is connected to the multiplex communication system. Therefore, before starting troubleshooting, make sure to check that there is no trouble in the multiplex communication system. PROCEED TO MULTIPLEX COMMUNICATION SYSTEM Refer to the precaution (See page CA-1). (a) Check for output DTCs. The ECM of this system is connected to the CAN communication system. Therefore,...