Inspection Procedure

CHECK "BLUETOOTH" SETTINGS

(a) Check if the "Bluetooth" settings are correct. OK:

"Bluetooth" settings are correct.

SET SETTINGS CORRECTLY

CHECK CELLULAR PHONE

(a) Check if the cellular phone is "Bluetooth" compatible. HINT:

Some versions of "Bluetooth" compatible cellular phones may not function.

Phone is "Bluetooth" compatible.

END (ONLY A "BLUETOOTH" COMPATIBLE CELLULAR PHONE CAN BE USED)

CHECK SETTINGS

(a) Check if the cellular phone functions. HINT:

The cellular phone is unable to call under any of the following conditions.

• The cellular phone is locked.

• The directory is being transferred.

• Transmission is regulated.

• The cellular phone is not connected to "Bluetooth" ("BT" is displayed while connected).

None of the above conditions exist.

SET CORRECTLY

CHECK CELLULAR PHONE

(a) Check if the cellular phone can make a call.

HINT:

When the battery is low, calls cannot be made or received.

Cellular phone can make a call.

REPAIR OR REPLACE CELLULAR PHONE

CHECK RECEPTION

(a) Set the cellular phone so that it can receive calls.

(b) Place the cellular phone close to the radio and navigation assembly.

(c) Check if the cellular phone has reception according to the radio and navigation assembly.

Cellular phone has reception.

REPLACE RADIO AND NAVIGATION ASSEMBLY

PROCEED TO NEXT CIRCUIT INSPECTION SHOWN IN PROBLEM SYMPTOMS TABLE

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