Onvehicle Inspection

1. INSPECT SPEEDOMETER

(a) Check the operation.

(1) Using a speedometer tester (calibrated chassis dynamometer), check the speedometer indication according to the table below.

Chassis dynamometer indication

Acceptable range

20 mph

20.0 to 23.0 mph

40 mph

40.0 to 43.5 mph

60 mph

60.0 to 64.0 mph

80 mph

80.0 to 84.5 mph

100 mph

100.0 to 105.0 mph

120 mph

120.0 to 125.5 mph

140 mph

140.0 to 146.0 mph

160 mph

160.0 to 166.5 mph

Reference: km/h (Canada)

Chassis dynamometer indication

Acceptable range Data in ( ) is for reference

20 km/h

(17.5 to 21.5 km/h)

40 km/h

38.0 to 42.0 km/h

60 km/h

58.0 to 63.0 km/h

80 km/h

78.0 to 84.0 km/h

100 km/h

98.5 to 104.5 km/h

120 km/h

119.0 to 125.0 km/h

140 km/h

139.0 to 146.0 km/h

160 km/h

159.0 to 167.0 km/h

180 km/h

179.0 to 188.0 km/h

200 km/h

199.0 to 209.0 km/h

220 km/h

219.0 to 230.0 km/h

240 km/h

239.0 to 251.0 km/h

NOTICE:

Tire wear as well as over or under inflation will cause errors.

(2) Check the deviation from the acceptable range of the speedometer indication. Reference: Less than 0.5 km/h (0.3 mph)

HINT:

If the indication is not as specified, go to problem symptoms table (See page ME-19).

2. INSPECT TACHOMETER

(a) Connect a tune-up tachometer, and start the engine.

(b) Compare the test results with the tachometer indications.

Tune-up tachometer indication (rpm)

Acceptable range Data in ( ) is for reference

700

630 to 770

1,000

(900 to 1,100)

2,000

(1,850 to 2,150)

Tune-up tachometer indication (rpm)

Acceptable range Data in ( ) is for reference

3,000

2,800 to 3,200

4,000

(3,800 to 4,200)

5,000

4,800 to 5,200

6,000

(5,750 to 6,250)

7,000

6,700 to 7,300

8,000

If the indication is not as specified, go to the problem symptoms table (See page ME-19).

3. INSPECT ENGINE OIL PRESSURE SWITCH

(a) Disconnect the connector from the engine oil pressure switch.

(b) Turn the ignition switch on (IG).

(c) Ground the terminal of the wire harness side connector, then check the low oil pressure warning light or message.

Vehicle Specification

Condition

Result

with multi-information display

Turn the ignition switch on (IG) and engine idling for 10 seconds or more

Warning message is displayed.

without multiinformation display

Turn the ignition switch on (IG) and engine off

Oil pressure warning light comes on.

Turn the ignition switch on (IG) and engine idling

Oil pressure warning light goes off.

HINT:

If the warning light or message is not displayed, go to the problem symptoms table (See page ME-19).

4. INSPECT MULTI-INFORMATION DISPLAY

(a) Ignition switch off.

(b) Press the "DISP" button and hold it down.

All the dots in the multi-information display come on.

HINT:

This test is also available on "ACTIVE TEST" (See page ME-32).

(d) Ignition switch off to finish this test mode. HINT:

If the result is not as specified, replace the combination meter assembly.

DTC

U0100

Lost Communication with ECM/PCM "A"

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