Dtc C Stuck In Deceleration Sensor Dtc C Open Or Short In Deceleration Sensor Circuit

DESCRIPTION

The skid control ECU receives signals from the yaw rate sensor (deceleration sensor) via the CAN2 communication system.

The yaw rate sensor has a built-in deceleration sensor.

This sensor detects deceleration on the vehicle. The sensor signal is used in ABS and BA and TRAC and VSC control.

DTC TRC

>UBLE DETECTION CONDITION

DTC No.

DTC Detecting Condition

Trouble Area

C1232/32

When the lateral deceleration output becomes 4.8 V or more or 0.2 V or less per 0.5 second.

• Yaw rate (Deceleration) sensor

• Yaw rate (Deceleration) sensor circuit

C1244/44

When any of the following conditions are detected:

1. When the supplied voltage to the yaw rate and deceleration sensor becomes 18 V or more or 6.5 V or less.

2. When the longitudinal deceleration output becomes 4.8

• Yaw rate (Deceleration) sensor

• Yaw rate (Deceleration) sensor circuit

2007 BRAKES Brake Control - Sequoia

WIRING DIAGRAM

WIRING DIAGRAM

Deceleration Diagram
Fig. 50: Stuck In Deceleration Sensor - Wiring Diagram INSPECTION PROCEDURE

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