Inspegtion Progedure

CHECK STOP LIGHT SWITCH OPERATION

(/¡^ Intelligent Tester

(/¡^ Intelligent Tester

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(a) Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.

(b) Turn the ignition switch on.

(d) Select the following menu items: DIAGNOSIS / OBD/ MOBD / select vehicle / ABS / DATA LIST.

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DATA LIST: ABS

Item (Display)

Measurement Item / Range (Display)

Normal Conditions

STOP LAMP SW

Stop light switch / ON or OFF

ON: Brake pedal depressed OFF: Brake pedal released

(e) Check that "STOP LAMP SW" is turned ON and OFF when the brake pedal is depressed and released. OK:

"STOP LAMP SW" is turned ON and OFF in accordance with the operation of the brake pedal.

Go to step 3

CHECK SKID CONTROL ECU TERMINAL VOLTAGE (STP)

Skid Control ECU (harness side connector):

(a) Disconnect the skid control ECU connector.

(b) Measure the voltage. Standard voltage

TTnTT

1

2

23

24

Tester Connection

Switch Gondition

Specified Gondition

A15-10 (STP) - Body ground

Brake pedal depressed

S to 14 V

A15-10 (STP) - Body ground

Brake pedal released

Below 4.O V

Go to step 5

Go to step 5

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REPLACE BRAKE ACTUATOR

INSPECT FUSE (STOP)

Main Body ECU:

IIDDSDD

OnO

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L-iu — ^

STOP

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(a) Remove the STOP fuse from the main body ECU.

(b) Measure the resistance. Standard resistance:

Below 1 Q

CHECK FOR SHORTS IN ALL HARNESSES AND CONNECTORS CONNECTED TO FUSE AND REPLACE FUSE

INSPECT STOP LIGHT SWITCH ASSEMBLY

Connector Stop Lamp Switch

(a) Disconnect the stop light switch connector.

(b) Measure the resistance. Standard resistance

Tester Connection

Switch Condition

Specified Condition

1 - 2

Switch pin released

Below 1 Q

3 - 4

Switch pin released

10 kQ or higher

1 - 2

Switch pin pushed in

10 kQ or higher

3 - 4

Switch pin pushed in

Below 1 Q

REPLACE STOP LIGHT SWITCH ASSEMBLY

REPLACE STOP LIGHT SWITCH ASSEMBLY

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