Dtc B Occupant Classification Ecu Malfunction Description

DTC B1795 is recorded when a malfunction is detected in the occupant classification ECU. Troubleshoot DTC B1771 first when the DTC B1771 and B1795 are output simultaneously.

DIAGN<

OSTIC TROUBLE CODE CHART

1 DTC

DTC Detecting Condition

Trouble Area

2007 RESTRAINTS Supplemental Restraint System - Sequoia

No.

• Occupant classification ECU circuit malfunction

• Occupant

• The occupant classification ECU receives a short circuit to

classification ECU

B1795

ground signal in the passenger side buckle switch circuit for 2

• Front seat inner belt

seconds.

RH

• Occupant classification ECU malfunction

• Seat wire No. 1

HINT:

HINT:

When DTC B1650/32 is detected as a result of troubleshooting for the supplemental restraint system, check the DTCs stored in the occupant classification ECU. When DTC B1795 is output, perform troubleshooting for the DTC.

WIRING DIAGRAM

HINT:

• If troubleshooting (wire harness inspection) is difficult to perform, remove the passenger seat installation bolts to see the under surface of seat cushion.

• In the above case, hold the seat so that it does not fall down. Holding the seat for a long period of time may cause a problem, such as seat rail deformation. Hold the seat only as necessary.

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