A Enter the diagnostic mode

Example:

Service Check Mode

Service Check Mode

E110915E04

Component Table

(b) Press the preset switch "3" to change to "Detailed Information Mode".

(c) Identify the component which has stored this code.

Component

Physical address

Gateway ECU

1C6

Multi-display (Accessory meter)

1D4

Tape player

320

Stereo component amplifier

• "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).

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CHECK HARNESS AND CONNECTOR (RADIO RECEIVER - COMPONENT WHICH HAS STORED THIS CODE)

HINT:

For details of the connectors, refer to "TERMINALS OF ECU" (See page AV-13).

(a) Referring to the AVC-LAN wiring diagram below, check the AVC-LAN circuit between the radio receiver and the component which has stored this code.

(1) Disconnect all connectors between the radio receiver and the component which has stored this code.

(2) Check for an open or short in the AVC-LAN circuit between the radio receiver and the component which has stored this code.

There is no open or short circuit.

AVC-LAN WIRING DIAGRAM

Tape Player (*2)

:ü4>—

9

Radio Receiver (*1)

TX+

TXM+

ATX+

TX-

:ü4>—

—(¡3

TXM-TX+

ATX-TX-

9 (¡15)

10 (¡15)

6 ¡23

11 ¡7

13 ¡7

GTX+

-ce:

TX1 + TX+

TX1-

GTX-

Ü2D—

-dc

TX-

Multi-display (Accessory Meter) (*2)

Multi-display (Accessory Meter) (*2)

Stereo Component Amplifier (*2, *3) 8

*1: Master Unit

*2: Slave Unit

*3: for 12 Speaker System

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REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR CONNECTOR

REPLACE RADIO RECEIVER

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