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...

Inspection Procedure Notice

When replacing the ABS & TRACTION actuator assembly, perform zero point calibration (See page BC-104). (a) Check that the stop light comes on when the brake pedal is depressed and goes off when the brake pedal is released. READ VALUE OF INTELLIGENT TESTER (MASTER CYLINDER PRESSURE SENSOR) (a) Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3. (c) Select DATA LIST on the intelligent tester. Master cylinder pressure sensor 1 reading min. 0 V, max. 5V When brake pedal is released 0.3 to 0.9 V (d)...

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...

Inspection Procedure

Performing the ACTIVE TEST using the intelligent tester allows the relay, VSV, actuator and so on to operate without parts removal. Performing the ACTIVE TEST as the first step of troubleshooting is one method to shorten labor time. It is possible to display the DATA LIST during the ACTIVE TEST. 1. PERFORM ACTIVE TEST (b) Turn the ignition switch off. (c) Connect the OBD II scan tool or intelligent tester together with the CAN VIM (controller area network vehicle interface module) to the DLC3....

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...

System Description

The ECM uses signals from the vehicle speed sensor to detect the actual gear position (1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th or 5th gear). Then the ECM compares the actual gear with the shift schedule in the ECM memory to detect mechanical problems of the shift solenoid valves, valve body or automatic transaxle (clutch, brake or gear etc.). The gear required by the ECM does not match the actual gear when driving (2-trip detection logic) Shift solenoid valve SL2 remains open or closed Automatic transaxle (clutch,...

Adjust it as precise as possible

(3) From the center (center of the emblem) of the front and rear bumpers, hang down the string with the plumb bob and mark the center points (both front and rear) of the vehicle on the ground. Adjust the center by moving the string to right and left (4) Extend the 10m string from the rear center mark forward through the front center mark. Make a mark 5 m (16.41 ft) forward of the front marked point. Fix one end of the string to the rear center mark and move the other end right and left at a...

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...

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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.

Antirust Treatment By Painting

Painting prevents corrosion and protect the sheet metal from damage. In this section, anti-chipping paint only for anti-corrosion purpose is described. (1) To prevent corrosion and protect the body from damage by flying stones, etc., apply anti-chipping paint to the rocker panel, wheel arch areas, balance panel, etc. Depending on the model or the application area, there are cases where the application of anti-chipping paint is necessary before the second coat or after the top coat Apply the...

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...

Assembly Operation

(a) Apply the parking brake and turn the ignition switch to the ON position. (b) Depress the brake pedal and check that the engine starts only when the shift lever is in the N or P position and the engine does not start when the shift lever is in other positions. (c) Check that the back up light comes on and the reverse warning buzzer sounds only when the shift lever is in the R position and the light and buzzer do not operate when the shift lever is in other positions. (d) If a failure is...

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(a) Check whether or not the CD is inserted upside down. OK (a) Clean the disc by wiping it with a soft cloth from inside to outside in a radial direction. OK Do not use a conventional record cleaner or antistatic preservative. (a) Replace the CD with a normal one and check that the malfunction disappears. OK PROCEED TO NEXT CIRCUIT INSPECTION SHOWN IN PROBLEM SYMPTOMS TABLE

Ax

TRANSAXLE APPLY TUBE CLAMP CASE PLUG TRANSAXLE APPLY TUBE CLAMP CASE PLUG DIFFERENTIAL GEAR LUBE APPLY TUBE BRAKE DRUM GASKET AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE CASE SUB-ASSEMBLY AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE CASE SUB-ASSEMBLY Bolt A 18.6 (190, 14) Other bolt 24.5 (250, 18) DIFFERENTIAL GEAR LUBE APPLY TUBE BRAKE DRUM GASKET MANUAL VALVE LEVER SHAFT RETAINER SPRING SLOTTED SPRING PIN PARK NEUTRAL POSITION SWITCH ASSEMBLY PARK NEUTRAL POSITION SWITCH ASSEMBLY OIL CLEANER MAGNET i PARKING LOCK PAWL BRACKET AUTOMATIC...

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 (REAR SPEED SENSOR TO SKID CONTROL ECU) (a) SKID CONTROL ECU TO SKID CONTROL SENSOR WIRE (1) Disconnect the skid control ECU connector and the rear speed sensor connector. (2) Disconnect the skid control sensor wire. (3) Measure the resistance according to the value(s) in the table below. Vehicle Side Connector B (1) Measure the resistance according to the value(s) in the table below. REPAIR OR REPLACE SKID CONTROL SENSOR WIRE INSPECT SPEED SENSOR AND SENSOR ROTOR...

Before conducting this test ensure that the test area is free from people and obstruction

Stop the vehicle on a grade (more the 5 ) and after shifting into the P position, release the parking brake. Then, check that the parking lock pawl holds the vehicle in place. (e) Uphill downhill control function test (1) Check that the gear does not up-shift to the 4th or 5th gear while the vehicle is driving uphill. (2) Check that the gear automatically down-shifts from the 5th to 4th or from the 4th to 3rd gear when brake is applied while the vehicle is driving downhill.

Blower Unit Components

HEATER TO REGISTER DUCT ASSEMBLY NO.6 HEATER WATER OUTLET HOSE A(FROM HEATER UNIT) HEATER TO REGISTER DUCT ASSEMBLY NO.6 HEATER WATER OUTLET HOSE A(FROM HEATER UNIT) N*m (kgf*cm, ft.*lbf) Specified torque air duct SUB-ASSEMBLY NO.2 Non-reusable part N*m (kgf*cm, ft.*lbf) Specified torque air duct SUB-ASSEMBLY NO.2 Non-reusable part Compressor oil ND-OIL 8 or equivalent N*m (kgf*cm, ft.*lbf) Specified torque Compressor oil ND-OIL 8 or equivalent

Body Panel Antirust Agent Wax Application Areas

1) Whenever adjusting the doors and hoods, apply anti-rust agent (wax) around the hinges. 2) Even if partially repairing a part, apply anti-rust agent (wax) over the entire application area of the part. 3) Wipe off the anti-rust agent immediately with a rag soaked in silicone remover, if accidently applied to other areas. 1) Use a silencer seat as a replacement of damping coat in the area where damping coat is applied. BODY PANEL ANTI-CHIPPING PAINT APPLICATION AREAS 1) Anti-chipping paint...

Body Panel Sealing Areas

1) Prior to applying body sealer, clean the area with a rag soaked in silicone remover. 2) If weld-through primer was used, first wipe off any excess and coat with anti-corrosion primer before applying body sealer. 3) Wipe off excess body sealer with a rag soaked in silicone remover. 4) If body sealer is damaged by peeling, cracks, etc., be sure to repair as necessary.

Body Panel Undercoating Areas

1) First wipe off any dirt, grease or oil with a rag soaked in silicone remover. 2) Cover the surrounding areas with masking paper to avoid coating unnecessary areas. If other areas are acci-dently coated, wipe off the coating immediately. 3) Apply the first coating of undercoat to all welded areas and panel joints, then apply a second coat over the entire area. 4) Do not coat parts which become hot, such as the tailpipe, or moving parts, such as the propeller shaft. 5) Besides the locations...

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)

Caulk Lock Plate

(a) Lightly press SST against the lock plate in the order shown in the illustration. After repeating this a few times, fully caulk the lock plate by gripping the handle until stopped by the stopper plate. SST 09230-01010 HINT Do not tap the areas protruding around the pipes, brackets or tank ribs. The dotted circles shown in the illustration and parts of the oil cooler near the dotted circles cannot be tapped with the SST. Use pliers or similar objects and be careful not to damage the core...

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(a) Disconnect the cruise control main switch connector. (b) Measure the resistance according to the value(s) in the table below. Cruise Control Main Switch Side (a) Disconnect the spiral cable sub-assembly connector. (b) Measure the resistance according to the value(s) in the table below. CHECK WIRE HARNESS (SPIRAL CABLE - ECM) (a) Measure the resistance according to the value(s) in the table below. Standard resistance REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR CONNECTOR CHECK WIRE HARNESS (SPIRAL CABLE -...

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 Harness And Connector Parkneutral Position Switch

(a) Connect the transmission control switch connector of shift lock control unit assembly. (b) Turn the ignition switch to the ON position, and measure the voltage according to the value(s) in the table below when the shift lever is moved to each position. Except S, + and - The voltage will drop slightly due to lighting up of the back up light.

Check Indicator

(a) Turn the ignition switch on (IG). (b) Check that the CRUISE main indicator light illuminates when the cruise control main switch is turned ON, and that the indicator light turns off when the main switch is turned OFF. If the results are not as specified, inspect the CRUISE main indicator light circuit (See page CC-28). HINT While driving with cruise control, the hybrid vehicle control ECU activates AUTO CANCEL of the cruise control system when a malfunction in one of the following occurs...

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.

Compressor Solenoid Circuit

In this circuit, the compressor assembly receives a signal on refrigerant compression required by the A C amplifier. Based on the signal, the compressor assembly changes the degree of refrigerant compression. In this circuit, the compressor assembly receives a signal on refrigerant compression required by the A C amplifier. Based on the signal, the compressor assembly changes the degree of refrigerant compression. Solenoid of the externally changeable compressor circuit (Open or short) w Magnet...

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...

Cruise Control System

This system is controlled by the ECM, and is activated by the throttle position sensor and motor. The ECM controls the following functions ON-OFF, - SET, + RES, CANCEL, vehicle speed operation, motor output control, and overdrive control. The ECM compares the driving vehicle speed from the speed sensor with the stored vehicle speed set through the cruise control main switch assembly. The ECM controls the throttle valve motor of the throttle position sensor and motor to close the valve when the...

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...

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(a) Remove the ABS VSC No.1 fuse from the engine room R B. (b) Measure the resistance according to the value(s) in the table below. INSPECT FOR SHORT IN ALL COMPONENTS CONNECTED TO FUSE AND REPAIR OR REPLACE THEM IF NEEDED, AND REPLACE FUSE INSPECT SKID CONTROL ECU CONNECTOR (+BM TERMINAL VOLTAGE) (a) Disconnect the skid control ECU connector. (b) Measure the voltage according to the value(s) in the table below. REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR CONNECTOR (+BM CIRCUIT) INSPECT SKID CONTROL ECU...

Description

This DTC is output when refrigerant pressure is extremely low (0.19 MPa (2.0 kgf cm2, 28 psi) or less) or extremely high (3.14 MPa (32.0 kgf cm2, 455 psi) or more). The pressure sensor, which is installed on the pipe of the high pressure side to detect refrigerant pressure, outputs the refrigerant pressure signal to the air conditioning amplifier. The air conditioning amplifier converts the signals into pressure according to the sensor characteristics to control the compressor. HINT Be sure to...

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...

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PROCEED TO NEXT CIRCUIT INSPECTION SHOWN IN PROBLEM SYMPTOMS TABLE INSPECT REAR DOOR LOCK ASSEMBLY LH (DOOR UNLOCK DETECTION SWITCH) (a) Remove the rear door lock assembly LH. (b) Measure the resistance of the door unlock detection switch. Terminal 1 Battery negative (-) Terminal 4 Terminal 4 Battery negative (-) Terminal 1 CHECK WIRE HARNESS (REAR DOOR LOCK ASSEMBLY LH - INSTRUMENT PANEL J B) I 1 I 2 I 3 I 4 I 5 I (a) Disconnect the J5 connector. (b) Remove the body ECU from instrument panel J...

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 there is a problem with sensor signals or brake actuator systems, the skid control ECU will prohibit power supply to the brake actuator and terminate ABS control. ABS control will be prohibited, but EBD control continues as much as possible. If EBD control is impossible, the brake warning light will come on to warn the driver (See page BC-17). If the ABS system has a malfunction, the brake system will operate normally without ABS control.

Foamed Material Application Areas

The sections shown in the figure below are filled with foamed material to provide noise insulation. After repairing these sections or their peripheries, refill with foamed materials. 1) Use the service holes located on the reverse side of the body panel to refill with foamed materials. 2) When handling foamed material, follow the directions of the material's manufacturer.

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,...

Go To Dtc Chart

(a) Remove the shift solenoid valve SL1. (b) Measure the resistance according to the value(s) in the table below. (c) Connect the positive (+) lead with a 21 W bulb to terminal 2 and the negative (-) lead to terminal 1 of the solenoid valve connector, then check the movement of the valve. OK The solenoid makes an operating sound. INSPECT TRANSMISSION VALVE BODY ASSEMBLY There are no foreign objects on each valve. REPAIR OR REPLACE TRANSMISSION VALVE BODY ASSEMBLY INSPECT TORQUE CONVERTER CLUTCH...

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)....

Heat Repair For Body Structure Panels

Toyota prohibits the use of the heat repair method on body structure panels when repairing a vehicle damaged in a collision. Panels that have high strength and rigidity, as well as a long life span for the automobile body are being sought after. At Toyota, in order to fulfill these requirement, we use high tensile strength steel sheets and rust preventive steel sheets on the body. High tensile steel sheets are made with alloy additives and a special heat treatment in order to improve the...

How To Proceed With Troubleshooting

DTCs for the CAN communication system are as follows U0073, U0100, U0101, U0122, U0123, U0124, U0126, U0132, U0145, U1101. Refer to troubleshooting of each system if DTCs regarding the CAN communication system are not output. CHECK FOR INSTALLED SYSTEMS (ECUS & SENSORS) THAT ADOPT CAN COMMUNICATION (a) Check which of the following is adopted dynamic radar laser cruise control and vehicle stability control. CHECK INTELLIGENT TESTER VIA CAN VIM (a) Select BUS CHECK (See page CA-35) All ECUs...

Hydraulic Test

Perform the test at the normal operating ATF (Automatic Transmission Fluid) temperature 50 to 80 C (122 to 176 F). The line pressure test should always be carried out in pairs. One technician should observe the conditions of wheels or wheel stoppers outside the vehicle while the other is performing the test. Be careful to prevent SST hose from interfering with the exhaust pipe. This Check must be conducted after checking and adjusting engine. Perform under condition that A C is OFF. When...

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...

If the power source circuit is operating normally proceed to the next step

Gateway ECU power source circuit (See page AV-153) Multi-display power source circuit (See page AV-151) Tape player power source circuit (See page AV-155) Stereo component amplifier power source circuit (See page AV-149) ATX+ Wire Harness View (9 Speaker, 6 CD Type) ATX+ Wire Harness View (9 Speaker, 6 CD Type) Wire Harness View (9 Speaker, 1 CD Type) (a) Disconnect the radio receiver connectors. (b) Measure the resistance according to the value(s) in the table below. *1 with Tape Player *2 for...

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 Drive Belt

(a) Check the belt for wear, cracks and other signs of damage. If any defect is found, replace the drive belt. HINT Replace the drive belt if any of the following defects are found The belt has worn out until the wire can be seen. The cracks reach the wire in more than one place. The belt has chunks missing from the ribs. (b) Check that the belt fits properly in the ribbed grooves. Confirm that the belt has not slipped out of the groove on the bottom of the pulley by hand.

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...

Inspect Shift Lock Solenoid

(a) Disconnect the solenoid connector. (b) Connect the SLL+ (2) terminal to the battery positive (+) terminal, and the SLS- (1) terminal to the battery negative (-) terminal, and apply about 12 V between the SLL+ and SLS- terminals. (c) Check that operation noise can be heard from the solenoid. If the solenoid does not operate, replace the solenoid.

Inspection

INSPECT BRAKE CYLINDER AND PISTON (a) Check the brake cylinder bore and disc brake piston for rust or scoring. If necessary, replace the disc brake cylinder assembly and disc brake piston. 2. INSPECT DISC BRAKE PAD KIT FRONT (PAD ONLY) (a) Using a ruler, measure the pad lining thickness. Standard thickness 12.0 mm (0.472 in.) Minimum thickness 1.0 mm (0.039 in.) If the pad lining thickness is equal to or less than the minimum thickness, replace the brake pad. 3. INSPECT FRONT DISC BRAKE PAD...

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

Temporarily install the new parts and measure each part of the new parts in accordance with the body dimension diagram. (See the body dimension diagram) Inspect the fitting of the related parts around the new parts before welding. This affects the appearance of the finish. After welding, apply the polyurethane foam to the corresponding parts. After welding, apply body sealer and under-coating to the corresponding parts. After applying the top coat layer, apply anti-rust agent to the inside of...

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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...

Keep In Mind The Following Points When Inspecting The Dynamic Laser Cruise Control System

As there is a limitation on the vehicle-to-vehicle distance controlling capability, do not overly rely on the dynamic radar cruise control system. Do not neglect to pay constant attention to the vehicle-to-vehicle distance and the traffic conditions when using the dynamic radar cruise control system. Decelerate with the brake pedal, or accelerate with the accelerator pedal, according to the situation, to keep an appropriate distance with the vehicle in front. When the vehicle in front...

Limit Control

The lowest possible limit of the speed setting range is set at approximately 40 km h (25 mph). The cruise control system cannot be set when the driving vehicle speed is below the low speed limit. Cruise control operation will be automatically canceled. The highest possible limit of the speed setting range is set at approximately 200 km h (125 mph). The cruise control system cannot be set when the driving vehicle speed is over the high speed limit. Also, + RES cannot be used to increase speed...

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

Multi-display (Accessory Meter) (*2) Stereo Component Amplifier (*2, *3) 8 Stereo Component Amplifier (*2, *3) 8 Multi-display (Accessory Meter) (*2) REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR CONNECTOR REPLACE COMPONENT WHICH HAS STORED THIS CODE (a) Replace the component which has stored this code with a normal one and check if the same problem occurs again. OK

Onvehicle Cleaning

(a) If the fins are clogged, wash them with water or a steam cleaner. Dry with compressed air. NOTICE If the distance between the steam cleaner and the core is too close, the fins may become damaged. Keep the following injection distance. Standard 2,942 to 4,903 kPa (30 to 50 kg cm2, 427 to 711 psi) 4,903 to 7,845 kPa (50 to 80 kg cm2, 711 to 1,138 psi) If the fins are bent, straighten them with a screwdriver or pliers. Never apply water directly onto the electronic components.

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...

Point

1 Before temporarily installing the new parts, apply body sealer to the windshield header panel, roof panel reinforcement and back window frame. 1) Apply just enough sealer for the new parts to make contact. 2 Bend the flange hem with a wooden hammer and dolly. HINT 1) Perform hemming three steps, being careful not to warp the panel. 26.0 Nm (265 kgfcm, 19 ftlbf)

Precaution

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). RESET MEMORY can not be completed by only disconnecting the battery cable. 1. PRECAUTION FOR DISCONNECTING THE BATTERY CABLE NOTICE When disconnecting the negative (-) battery terminal, initialize the following systems after the terminal is reconnected. The type of ignition...

Preparation For Installation

(1) When welding panels with a combined thickness of over 3 mm (0.12 in.), use a MIG (Metal Inert Gas) welder for plug welding. HINT Spot welding will not provide sufficient durability for panels over 3 mm (0.12 in.) thick. (b) APPLICATION OF WELD-THROUGH PRIMER (SPOT SEALER) (1) Remove the paint from the portion of the new parts and body to be welded, and apply weld-through primer. (1) For areas where a spot welder cannot be used, use a puncher or drill to make holes for plug welding. (d)...

Problem Symptom Confirmation

(2) Drive at the required speed (40 km h (25 mph) or higher). (3) Push the cruise control main switch to - SET. (4) After releasing the switch, check that the vehicle cruises at the set speed. (b) Inspect the ACC (ACCEL) switch. (2) Drive at the required speed (40 km h (25 mph) or higher). (3) Push the cruise control main switch to - SET. (4) Check that vehicle speed increases while the cruise control main switch is pushed to + RES, and that the vehicle cruises at the newly set speed when 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 COOLER EVAPORATOR SUB-ASSEMBLY NO.1 (a) sufficiently apply compressor oil (ND-OIL 8) to 2 new O-rings and the fitting surface. Install the 2 O-rings to the cooler evaporator No.1. Compressor oil ND-OIL 8 or equivalent (a) Using a hexagon wrench 4 mm, install the cooler expansion valve with the 2 hexagon bolts. Torque 3.5 N*m (35 kgf*cm, 30 in.*lbf) nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnfl 34.3 mm 5C mm 3. INSTALL EVAPORATOR TEMPERATURE SENSOR Install the sensor to the evaporator as shown in the...

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

Installation is in the reverse order of removal. COMPONENTS for instrument panel safety pad subassembly See page IP-2. 1. DISCONNECT BATTERY NEGATIVE TERMINAL (a) Wait for 90 seconds after disconnecting the cable to prevent the airbag working. 2. REMOVE WINDSHIELD WIPER ARM AND BLADE ASSEMBLY LH (See page WW-38) 3. REMOVE WINDSHIELD WIPER ARM AND BLADE ASSEMBLY RH (See page WW-38) 4. REMOVE COWL TOP VENTILATOR LOUVER RH (See page WW-38) 5. REMOVE WINDSHIELD WIPER MOTOR AND LINK (See page...

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 Parkneutral Position Switch Assembly

(a) Disconnect the park neutral position switch connector. (b) Remove the nut, washer and control shaft lever. (c) Using a screwdriver, pry up the lock plate. (d) Remove the lock nut and the lock plate. (e) Remove the 2 bolts and pull out the park neutral position switch. Switch Side (Connector Front View)

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

Replacement

CAUTION Do not remove the radiator cap while the engine and radiator are still hot. Pressurized, hot engine coolant and steam may be released and cause serious burns. (b) Drain engine coolant by loosening the radiator drain cock plug and the engine's cylinder block drain cock plug. Engine coolant inside the radiator is drained from the drain hole located on the bottom of the engine under cover. (c) Tighten the cylinder block drain cock plugs.

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...

Road Test

The dynamic radar cruise control system has two cruise control modes the constant speed control mode and vehicle-to-vehicle distance control mode. The vehicle-to-vehicle distance control mode is always selected when starting up the dynamic radar cruise control system. Operation of the constant speed control mode is the same as that for a conventional cruise control system. (2) Drive at the required speed (45 km h (28 mph) or higher). (3) Push the cruise control main switch to - SET. (4) After...

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)...

Sound Signal Circuit between Radio Receiver and Stereo Component Amplifier

The radio receiver sends a sound signal to the stereo component amplifier through this circuit. The sound signal that has been sent is amplified by the stereo component amplifier, and then sent to the speakers. If there is an open or short in the circuit, sound cannot be heard from the speakers even if there is no malfunction in the stereo component amplifier or speakers.

Standard resistance

REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR CONNECTOR CHECK WIRE HARNESS (LASER RADAR SENSOR - DISTANCE CONTROL ECU) (a) Disconnect the cruise control ECU (distance control ECU) connector. (b) Measure the resistance according to the value(s) in the table below. REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR CONNECTOR PROCEED TO NEXT CIRCUIT INSPECTION SHOWN IN PROBLEM SYMPTOMS TABLE

Structure Panel Kinks

A sharp deformation angle on the panel that cannot be returned to its original shape by pulling or hammering is called kink. Since structure 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 may become unable to exhibit the same performance as intended in the design. It is necessary to replace the part where the kink has occurred.