Inspection Procedure

NOTICE:

Be sure to read DESCRIPTION before performing the following procedures.

CHECK FOR DTC OF OTHER COMPONENTS

(a) Check if the component shown by the sub-code is displayed in the check result of the other components.

(1) Check if "01-DC" is output for the other components.

(2) If "01-DC" is output for any other components, check if the same physical address is displayed.

Result

Result

Proceed to

"01-DC" is output and the same physical address is displayed

A

"01-DC" is not output or the same physical address is not displayed

For the list of the components shown by sub-codes, refer to the table in step 2.

Go to step 4

IDENTIFY THE COMPONENT WHICH HAS STORED THIS CODE

(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

Radio receiver

190

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.

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For details of the DTC display, refer to "DTC CHECK/ CLEAR" (See page AV-18).

CHECK COMPONENT WHICH HAS STORED THIS CODE

Component Table:

(a) Select the component which has stored this code.

Component Table:

Component

Proceed to

Gateway ECU

Gateway ECU communication error (See page AV-122)

Radio receiver

Radio receiver communication error (See page AV-127 )

Multi-display (Accessory meter)

Multi-display communication error (See page AV-137)

Tape player

Tape player communication error (See page AV-142)

Stereo component amplifier

Stereo component amplifier communication error (See page AV-132)

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