42A - Кузов

42A - Кузов
42A-1
GROUP 42A
BODY
CONTENTS
HOOD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ON-VEHICLE SERVICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-5
TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-26
42A-5
STANDARD FLOW OF DIAGNOSTIC
TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-26
ADJUSTMENT OF CLEARANCE AROUND HOOD
......................................
42A-5
ADJUSTMENT OF HOOD LEVEL AND HOOD
STRIKER ENGAGEMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-5
ADJUSTMENT OF HOOD HEIGHT . . . . . .
42A-5
HOOD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-6
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION . . . . . . . .
42A-6
FENDER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION . . . . . . . .
SPLASH SHIELD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION . . . . . . . .
FUEL FILLER LID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION . . . . . . . .
WINDOW GLASS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-8
42A-8
42A-9
42A-9
42A-10
42A-10
42A-10
ADHESIVE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-10
LUBRICANT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-11
SPECIAL TOOL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-11
GENERAL INFORMATION. . . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-11
WINDSHIELD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-13
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION . . . . . . . .
42A-13
QUARTER WINDOW GLASS. . . . . . . . . . .
42A-17
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION . . . . . . . .
42A-17
TAILGATE WINDOW GLASS . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-20
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION . . . . . . . .
42A-20
DOOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-22
GENERAL INFORMATION. . . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-22
SERVICE SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-23
SEALANT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-23
LUBRICANT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-23
SPECIAL TOOLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-23
TROUBLE SYMPTOM CHART <CENTRAL DOOR
LOCKING SYSTEM>. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-26
SYMPTOM PROCEDURES <CENTRAL DOOR
LOCKING SYSTEM>. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-26
INSPECTION PROCEDURE A-1: Central door locking
system does not work at all. . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-26
INSPECTION PROCEDURE A-2: Central door locking
system does not operate even when door lock switch of
power window main switch operated. . . . . . 42A-28
INSPECTION PROCEDURE A-3: Door(s) or a tailgate
cannot be locked or unlocked by central door locking
system. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-28
INSPECTION PROCEDURE A-4: Selector "P"
position-linked door unlock function does not operate.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-30
INSPECTION PROCEDURE A-5: Ignition "LOCK
(OFF)" position-linked door unlock function does not
operate. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-31
INPUT SIGNAL CHART <CENTRAL DOOR LOCKING
SYSTEM> . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-32
INPUT SIGNAL PROCEDURES <CENTRAL DOOR
LOCKING SYSTEM>. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-32
INSPECTION PROCEDURE B-1: The tailgate lock
release handle signal is not received. . . . . . 42A-32
TROUBLE SYMPTOM CHART <POWER WINDOW>
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-33
SYMPTOM PROCEDURES <POWER WINDOW>
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-33
INSPECTION PROCEDURE C-1: Power windows do
not work at all. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-33
INSPECTION PROCEDURE C-2: Driver's power
window does not work by means of the power window
main switch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-35
INSPECTION PROCEDURE C-3: Relevant power
window(s) does not work by means of the front and rear
passenger's power window sub switches. . . 42A-36
INSPECTION PROCEDURE C-4: Front and/or rear
passenger's power window(s) do not work by means of
42A-2
the power window main switch.. . . . . . . . . .
42A-38
INSPECTION PROCEDURE C-5: The power window
timer function does not work normally. . . . .
42A-39
INSPECTION PROCEDURE C-6: Power window
anti-trap function does not work normally <Driver’s side
door>. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-40
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION . . . . . . . .
42A-62
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITHOUT ELECTRIC
TAILGATE> . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-67
SEALANT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-67
SPECIAL TOOLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-67
TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-68
ON-VEHICLE SERVICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-68
INSPECTION PROCEDURE C-8: The driver's power
window inches only. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-41
TAILGATE ALIGNMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-68
ADJUSTMENT OF TAILGATE HEIGHT . . .
42A-69
CHECK AT ECU TERMINAL . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-42
TAILGATE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-70
ON-VEHICLE SERVICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-44
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION . . . . . . . .
42A-70
DOOR ADJUSTMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-44
TAILGATE HANDLE AND LATCH . . . . . . .
42A-72
DOOR WINDOW GLASS ADJUSTMENT .
42A-45
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION . . . . . . . .
42A-72
POWER WINDOW CHECK . . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-45
INSPECTION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-73
INSPECTION PROCEDURE C-7: The window glass
lowers automatically while it is rising <Driver’s side
door>. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-41
ADJUSTMENT OF FAULTY POWER WINDOW
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-45
POWER WINDOW SAFETY MECHANISM CHECK
<DRIVER’S SIDE DOOR> . . . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-46
POWER WINDOW TIMER FUNCTION CHECK
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-46
POWER WINDOW OPERATING CURRENT CHECK
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-46
LEARNING PROCEDURES OF POWER WINDOW
FULLY CLOSED POSITION <DRIVER’S SIDE DOOR>
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-47
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC
TAILGATE> . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-74
SERVICE SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-74
ADHESIVE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-74
SPECIAL TOOLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-74
ELECTRIC TAILGATE TROUBLESHOOTING
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-77
STANDARD FLOW OF DIAGNOSTIC
TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-77
CENTRAL DOOR LOCKING SYSTEM CHECK
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-47
DIAGNOSIS CODE CHART . . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-77
DIAGNOSIS CODE PROCEDURES . . . . . .
42A-78
KEY-IN PREVENTION FUNCTION CHECK
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42A-47
Code No. B2480: Electromagnetic clutch short
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-78
SELECTOR "P" POSITION-LINKED DOOR
UNLOCKING FUNCTION CHECK <CVT> .
42A-47
Code No. B2481: Pulse sensor power supply short
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-78
IGNITION "LOCK (OFF)" POSITION-LINKED DOOR
UNLOCKING FUNCTION CHECK . . . . . . .
42A-47
Code No. B2482: No detection of neutral SW
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-78
DOOR LATCH ASSEMBLY INSPECTION .
Code No. B2483: No detection of full latch SW
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-79
42A-47
DOOR OUTSIDE HANDLE ASSEMBLY PLAY CHECK
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-49
DOOR INSIDE HANDLE CHECK . . . . . . . .
42A-50
CUSTOMISATION FUNCTION. . . . . . . . . .
42A-50
DOOR ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-51
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION . . . . . . . .
42A-51
INSPECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-53
DOOR GLASS AND REGULATOR . . . . . .
42A-54
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION . . . . . . . .
42A-54
INSPECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-56
DOOR HANDLE AND LATCH . . . . . . . . . .
42A-58
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION . . . . . . . .
42A-58
INSPECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-61
WINDOW GLASS RUNCHANNEL AND DOOR
OPENING WEATHERSTRIP . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-62
Code No. B2484: Right side touch sensor open circuit
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-80
Code No. B2485: Left side touch sensor open circuit
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-80
Code No. B2488: ECU internal error . . . . . .
42A-81
Code No. U0141: ETACS-ECU CAN Time-out
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-82
Code No. U0155: Meter CAN Time-out . . . .
42A-83
Code No. U0164: A/C CAN time-out . . . . . .
42A-84
Code No.U0168: KOS/WCM CAN Time-out
42A-85
Code No.U0184: AUDIO CAN Time-out . . .
42A-86
Code No.U0245: AND CAN Time-out . . . . .
42A-87
Code No.U1000: OSS CAN Time-out . . . . .
42A-88
Code No.U1190 No receive fault detect signal
42A-3
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42A-89
Code No.U1195 Coding not completed . . .
42A-89
DATA LIST REFERENCE TABLE . . . . . . .
42A-90
ACTUATOR TEST TABLE . . . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-93
TROUBLE SYMPTOM CHART. . . . . . . . . .
42A-93
SYMPTOM PROCEDURES . . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-94
Inspection Procedure A-1: Power supply circuit system
abnormality of electric tailgate control unit. .
42A-94
Inspection Procedure A-2: Electric tailgate automatic
operation and easy closer system do not work normally.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-95
Inspection Procedure B-5: Neutral switch signal is not
received. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-108
Inspection Procedure B-6: Half latch switch and/or full
latch switch signals are not received. . . . . . 42A-108
Inspection Procedure B-7: Tailgate sensor signal is not
received. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-110
Inspection Procedure B-8: Electric tailgate switch signal
is not received. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-111
CHECK AT ECU TERMINAL. . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-111
ON-VEHICLE SERVICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-112
TAILGATE ALIGNMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-68
Inspection Procedure A-3: The electric tailgate
automatic operation does not work normally (.both the
open operation and close operation do not work).
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-96
ADJUSTMENT OF TAILGATE HEIGHT . . .
42A-69
Inspection Procedure A-4: Electric tailgate automatic
operation (close) does not work normally. .
42A-97
ELECTRIC TAILGATE OPERATING CURRENT
CHECK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-113
Inspection Procedure A-5: Electric tailgate automatic
operation (open) does not work normally.. .
42A-98
TAILGATE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-114
Inspection Procedure A-6: Electric tailgate automatic
operation does not work normally by the operation of
electric tailgate close switch (only the close of automatic
operation). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
42A-99
Inspection Procedure A-7: Electric tailgate automatic
operation does not work normally by the operation of
keyless operation key (for both open and close
operations). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-100
Inspection Procedure A-8: Electric tailgate automatic
operation does not work normally by the operation of
tailgate lock release handle (only the open of automatic
operation). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-100
Inspection Procedure A-9: Electric tailgate automatic
operation does not work normally by the operation of
electric tailgate switch. (Open/close operation is not
performed.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-101
Inspection Procedure A-10: Easy closer system and
electric tailgate automatic operation (open) work with
the door locked.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-101
Inspection Procedure A-11: Alarm does not sound
normally when electric tailgate works automatically.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-102
Inspection Procedure A-12: Electric tailgate becomes
as door-ajar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-103
INPUT SIGNAL CHART . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-104
INPUT SIGNAL PROCEDURES. . . . . . . . . 42A-104
Inspection Procedure B-1: Electric tailgate main switch
signal is not received. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-104
Inspection Procedure B-2: Electric tailgate close switch
signal is not received. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-105
Inspection Procedure B-3: Tailgate lock release handle
signal is not received. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-106
Inspection Procedure B-4: Door-ajar signal is not
received. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-107
ELECTRIC TAILGATE CHECK . . . . . . . . . . 42A-113
CHECK OF ELECTRIC TAILGATE SAFETY
FUNCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-113
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . 42A-114
TAILGATE HANDLE AND LATCH . . . . . . . 42A-117
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . 42A-117
INSPECTION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-119
KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM <Vehicles without
keyless operation system>. . . . . . . . 42A-124
SPECIAL TOOL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-124
TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-126
DIAGNOSIS TROUBLESHOOTING FLOW 42A-126
DIAGNOSIS CODE CHART . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-126
DIAGNOSIS CODE PROCEDURES . . . . . . 42A-127
Code No.B1A08 Keyless/KOS key1 performance
Code No.B1A09 Keyless/KOS key2 performance
Code No.B1A0A Keyless/KOS key3 performance
Code No.B1A0B Keyless/KOS key4 performance
Code No.B1A0C Keyless key 5 performance
Code No.B1A0D Keyless key 6 performance
Code No.B1A0E Keyless key 7 performance
Code No.B1A0F Keyless key 8 performance
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-127
Code No.B1A10 Keyless/KOS key 1 low battery
Code No.B1A11 Keyless/KOS key 2 low battery
Code No.B1A12 Keyless/KOS key 3 low battery
Code No.B1A13 Keyless/KOS key 4 low battery
Code No.B1A14 Keyless key 5 low battery
Code No.B1A15 Keyless key 6 low battery
Code No.B1A16 Keyless key 7 low battery
Code No.B1A17 Keyless key 8 low battery . 42A-128
TROUBLE SYMPTOM CHART . . . . . . . . . . 42A-129
SYMPTOM PROCEDURES . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-129
Inspection Procedure 1: Keyless entry system does not
work. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-129
Inspection Procedure 2: Keyless entry hazard lamp
42A-4
answerback function or the room lamp answerback
function does not work normally.. . . . . . . . . 42A-131
CODE NO. L0634: S/R Sensor signal . . . . . 42A-140
Inspection Procedure 3: The timer lock function does
not work after the doors have been unlocked by the
keyless entry system. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-131
CODE NO. L0640: S/R Over load . . . . . . . . 42A-141
Inspection Procedure 4: Multimode keyless entry
system function does not work at all <Vehicles with
electric retractable remote controlled door mirrors>.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-132
Inspection Procedure 5: Power door locks with selective
unlocking does not work.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-132
CHECK AT ECU TERMINAL . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-133
ON-VEHICLE SERVICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-133
KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM INSPECTION
42A-133
KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM TIMER LOCK FUNCTION
INSPECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-133
MULTIMODE KEYLESS ENTRY FUNCTION CHECK
<Vehicles with electric retractable remote controlled
door mirrors>. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-134
POWER DOOR LOCKS WITH SELECTIVE
UNLOCKING INSPECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-134
HOW TO REGISTER ENCRYPTED CODE 42A-134
CUSTOMISATION FUNCTION. . . . . . . . . . 42A-134
TRANSMITTER. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-135
DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY. . . . . 42A-135
SUNROOF ASSEMBLY. . . . . . . . . . . 42A-136
SEALANT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-136
SERVICE SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-136
CODE NO. L0637: S/R Position . . . . . . . . . 42A-140
DATA LIST REFERENCE TABLE . . . . . . . . 42A-141
TROUBLE SYMPTOM CHART . . . . . . . . . . 42A-145
SYMPTOM PROCEDURES . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-146
INSPECTION PROCEDURE 1: Sunroof does not work
at All. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-146
INSPECTION PROCEDURE 2: The Sunroof Lid Glass
does not Tilt-up (Tilt-down, Open, and Close Normally).
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-147
INSPECTION PROCEDURE 3: The Sunroof Lid Glass
does not Open (Tilt-up, Tilt-down, And Close Normally).
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-148
INSPECTION PROCEDURE 4: The Sunroof Lid Glass
does not Tilt-down or Close (Tilt-up and Open
Normally). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-148
INSPECTION PROCEDURE 5: Sunroof Anti-trap
Function (Safety Mechanism) does not work Normally.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-149
CHECK AT ECU TERMINAL. . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-149
ON-VEHICLE SERVICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-150
SUNROOF LEAKAGE CHECK . . . . . . . . . . 42A-150
SUNROOF ALIGNMENT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-150
SUNROOF SAFETY FUNCTION CHECK. . 42A-150
SUNROOF OPERATION CHECK . . . . . . . . 42A-150
SUNROOF LID GLASS OPERATION CURRENT
CHECK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-150
SPECIAL TOOLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-137
LEARNING PROCEDURES OF THE SUNROOF
FULLY CLOSED POSITION . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-151
TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-139
SUNROOF ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-153
STANDARD FLOW OF DIAGNOSTIC
TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-139
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . 42A-153
DIAGNOSIS CODE CHART . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-139
DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY . . . . . 42A-155
INSPECTION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-154
DIAGNOSIS CODE PROCEDURES . . . . . 42A-139
CODE NO. L0630: S/R POWER SUPPLY . 42A-139
LOOSE PANEL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42A-157
CODE NO. L0632: S/R Switch fall . . . . . . . 42A-140
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . 42A-157
BODY
42A-5
HOOD
HOOD
ON-VEHICLE SERVICE
ADJUSTMENT OF CLEARANCE AROUND
HOOD
M1421007200624
1. Remove the front deck garnish (Refer to GROUP
51 − Windshield Wiper ).
Hood hinge
2. Loosen the hood latch mounting bolts but do not
remove them. Move the hood latch up/down and
left/right to align the hood level and adjust the
hood striker engagement.
3. After the adjustment, tighten the hood latch
mounting bolts to 9.0 ± 1.0 N⋅m.
4. Install the headlamp support upper panel cover
(Refer to GROUP 51 − Radiator Grille .)
ADJUSTMENT OF HOOD HEIGHT
M1421007400684
A
ACB04937AB
2. Loosen the hood hinge mounting bolts but do not
remove them. Move the hood hinge back/forth
and left/right to align the clearance between the
hood and body.
3. After the adjustment, tighten the hood hinge
mounting bolts to 23 ± 6 N⋅m.
4. Install the front deck garnish (Refer to GROUP 51
− Windshield Wiper ).
A
ACB04947
Section A – A
20.8 mm
Damper
ADJUSTMENT OF HOOD LEVEL AND
HOOD STRIKER ENGAGEMENT
M1421007300740
1. Remove the headlamp support upper panel cover
(Refer to GROUP 51 − Radiator Grille ).
Hood latch
ACB04938AB
ACB06002 AB
Turn the damper to the dimension shown in the figure to adjust the hood height. If the hood height is
still not even, turn the damper again until the height
is even. The damper height is altered by roughly 4
mm when the damper is rotated once.
NOTE: If a rattling noise is heard due to the vibration
of the hood when the vehicle is being driven, adjust
the damper height until the damper is seated on the
hood.
BODY
42A-6
HOOD
HOOD
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
M1421001602341
Post-installation operation
• Clearance check around the hood (Refer to P.42A-5.)
• Adjustment of the hood level and hood striker engagement (Refer to P.42A-5.)
• Adjustment of hood height (Refer to P.42A-5.)
2
11
4
9
2
1
: Clip (A)
23 ± 6 N·m
: Clip (B)
1
12
9.5 ± 3.5 N·m
6
8
3
7
1
1
10
9.0 ± 1.0 N·m
4
5
ACB05695AB
BODY
42A-7
HOOD
9
Section A – A
9
6
A
A
Clip
6
AC900042
ACB05030
: Clip positions
Damper removal
1. Damper A
2. Damper B <Optional>
Removal steps for hood latch and
hood lock release cable
• Headlamp support upper panel cover
(Refer to GROUP 51 − Radiator Grille
.)
3. Hood latch
4. Hood lock release handle
• Front splash shield (Refer to
P.42A-9.)
• Front bumper assembly (Refer to
GROUP 51 − Front Bumper .)
• 4WD-ECU <4WD> (Refer to GROUP
27C− 4WD-ECU .)
ACB06023 AB
•
5.
6.
7.
8.
•
9.
10.
11.
•
12.
Removal steps for hood latch and
hood lock release cable
Headlamp assembly (Refer to
GROUP 54A − Headlamp .)
Hood lock release cable
Hood removal steps
Hood insulator
Hood weatherstrip
Hood weatherstrip front
Windshield washer hose and washer
nozzles (Refer to GROUP 51 −
Windshield Washer .)
Hood
Hood support rod
Hood weatherstrip rear
Front deck garnish (Refer to GROUP
51 − Windshield wiper .)
Hood hinge
BODY
42A-8
FENDER
FENDER
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
M1421001901606
Pre-removal and post-installation operation
• Splash shield front removal and installation (Refer to
P.42A-9.)
• Headlamp assembly removal and installation (Refer to
GROUP 54A − Headlamp .)
• Side turn-signal lamp removal and installation (Refer to
GROUP 54A − Side turn-signal lamp .) <Fender panel
type>
• Front deck garnish removal and installation (Refer to
GROUP 51 − Windshield Wiper .)
• Side air dam removal and installation (Refer to GROUP
51 − Side Air Dams .)
5.0 ± 2.0 N·m
4.0 ± 2.0 N·m
5.0 ± 2.0 N·m
2
3
5.0 ± 2.0 N·m
1
5.0 ± 2.0 N·m
ACB05469AB
Removal steps
1. Pad <Optional>
2. Fender protector rear
>>A<< 3. Fender
INSTALLATION SERVICE POINT
>>A<< FENDER INSTALLATION
Fender protector rear
Fender mounting
bolt
Front door
ACB05514AB
While being careful not to touch the fender protector
rear as shown, tighten the fender mounting bolts to
5.0 ± 2.0N⋅m.
BODY
42A-9
SPLASH SHIELD
SPLASH SHIELD
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
M1421009700636
Splash shield insulator
<Optional>
2
1
<Vehicles without
rear mud guard>
<Vehicles with
rear mud guard>
4.5 ± 1.5 N·m
4
4
3
Note
: Clip positions
Removal
1. Front splash shield
2. Rear splash shield (rear body side)
<Optional>
5.0 ± 2.0 N·m
ACB05031AB
Removal (Continued)
3. Rear mud guard <Vehicles with rear
mud guard>
4. Rear splash shield (rear bumper side)
BODY
42A-10
FUEL FILLER LID
FUEL FILLER LID
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
M1421002501195
4
5.0 ± 1.0 N·m
AC606761
ACB04948
3
Fuel filler door height and clearance
adjustment
5
4
1
1.
2.
3.
Removal steps
Fuel filler lid
Fuel filler lid damper spring
Fuel filler lid lock release handle
2
•
4.
5.
6.0 ± 1.0 N·m
ACB05513
ACC00217AB
Removal steps (Continued)
Front scuff plate, rear scuff plate,
and centre pillar trim lower, quarter
trim lower (Refer to GROUP 52A −
Interior Trim .)
Fuel filler lid hook
Fuel filler lid lock release cable
WINDOW GLASS
ADHESIVE
M1422000500683
Item
Specified adhesive
Windshield glass
3M ATD Part No.8609 Super Fast Urethane Auto Glass
Sealant or equivalent
3M ATD Part No.8608 Super Fast Urethane Primer or
equivalent
Quarter window glass
Tailgate window glass
BODY
42A-11
WINDOW GLASS
LUBRICANT
M1421000400092
Item
Specified lubricant
Degrease agent
Grease and dirt removal Parts cleaner (MZ100387 or
from parts surface
equivalent)
Quantity
As required
SPECIAL TOOL
M1422000600431
Tool
Number
Name
Use
MB990480
Window glass holder Window glass removal and installation
MB990480
GENERAL INFORMATION
ITEMS
M1422000101031
The windshield glass, quarter window glass, tailgate
window glass and roof glass are attached by an urethane-base adhesive to the window frame. This
adhesive provides improved glass holding and sealing, and also gives body openings a greater structural strength.
Name
Remark
Adhesive
3M ATD Part No.8609 Super Fast Urethane Auto Glass Sealant or
equivalent
Primer
3M ATD Part No.8608 Super Fast Urethane Primer or equivalent
Spacers
Available as service part
Dam
Available as service part
Anti-rust solvent (or Tectyl
506T.Valvoline Oil Company)
For rust prevention
Degrease agent
Parts cleaner (MZ100387 or equivalent) (For grease and dirt removal
from bonded surface)
Steel piano wire
Dia. × length. 0.6mm × 1m (For cutting adhesive)
Glass adhesive knife
For cutting adhesive
Adhesive gun
For pressing-out adhesive
HANDLING OF AUTO WINDOW SEALER
BODY PINCH-WELD FLANGE SERVICING
Keep the sealant in a cool place, not exposed to the
direct rays of the sun. Do not place any heavy article
on the sealant nor press it, otherwise it will become
deformed. Avoid storing the sealant for more than 6
months, because it will lose its sealing effect.
Before servicing the body pinch-weld flange, remove
old adhesive completely. If the flange requires painting, bake it after painting is completed.
BODY
42A-12
WINDOW GLASS
WINDOW GLASS INSTALLATION
Window glass installation procedure
Body side
Window glass side
Cleaning of adhesion surface
Cut off the residual adhesive until the
thickness is less than 2 mm. Clean the
adhesion surface with Parts Cleaner
(MZ100387 or equivalent), and let dry for
3 minutes or more.
Attaching of dual lock fastener
Attach the dual lock fastener to set the
positions for the glass to be installed.
Reusing the glass
Replace the glass
Cleaning of adhesion surface
Completely cut off all of the residual
adhesive. Clean the adhesive surface
with Parts Cleaner (MZ100387 or
equivalent), and let dry for 3 minutes
or more.
Cleaning of adhesion surface
Clean off any dirt adhering to the adhesion
surface with Parts Cleaner (MZ100387 or
equivalent), and let dry for 3 minutes or
more.
Gluing of window dam and window spacer
Glue the window dam and window spacer to the glass, following the standard position
all the way around the inside edge of the glass.
Application of primer
Do not apply primer on residual adhesive as doing so may affect adhesion. apply enough primer on adhesion surface evenly taking
care not to apply it on the residual adhesive. after applying primer, let it dry for 3 minutes or more.
Application of adhesive
Within 30 minutes after applying the primer, apply the adhesive evenly all the way around
the inside edge of the glass.
Installing the glass
After applying the adhesive, lightly press the glass evenly so that it adheres
completely.
Cleaning
After removing excess adhesive from the body or glass with a spatula, etc.
Clean off with Parts Cleaner (MZ100387 or equivalent).
Checking for water leaks
Carry out a shower test to check that no water leaks through.
AC306636AI
BODY
42A-13
WINDOW GLASS
WINDSHIELD
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
M1422001001844
Pre-removal and post-installation operation
• Front deck garnish removal and installation (Refer to
GROUP 51 − Windshield Wiper .)
• Roof drip moulding removal and installation (Refer to
GROUP 51 − Moulding .)
• Front pillar trim removal and installation (Refer to GROUP
52A − Interior Trim .)
• Inside rear view mirror assembly removal and installation
(Refer to GROUP 52A − Inside Rear View Mirror .)
• Lighting control sensor removal and installation <Vehicles
with lighting control sensor> (Refer to GROUP 54A −
Lighting Control Sensor .)
3N
4N
2N
1
Wiper deicer
connector
(Some models)
2N
5
N
ACB05610AB
BODY
42A-14
WINDOW GLASS
Unit: mm
Apply the primer and adhesive along the fictitious lines
(seal line) between the marks
3
Section A – A
12
Seal line centre
A
1
A
4
Ceramic line
15
Primer
Section B – B
Seal line centre
12
Primer
1
15
5
B
Seal line
5
Mark
B
Mark
3
5
Seal line
Seal line
Overlap: min. 30
Adhesive: 3M ATD Part No. 8609 Super Fast Urethane Auto Glass Sealant or equivalent and
3M ATD Part No. 8608 Super Fast Urethane Primer or equivalent
ACB06025AB
<<A>>
>>B<<
>>A<<
>>A<<
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Removal steps
Windshield glass
Windshield side moulding
Windshield upper moulding
Glass stopper
Windshield spacer
CAUTION
Do not let the piano wire touch the edge of the
windshield glass.
REMOVAL SERVICE POINTS
<<A>> WINDSHIELD GLASS REMOVAL
1. In order to protect the body (paint surface), apply
a cloth tape to the body area along the windshield
glass opening.
2. When separating adhesive using a piano wire
(1) Use a knife to cut away the moulding.
(2) Use a sharp-point drill to make a hole in the
windshield adhesive.
(3) Pass the piano wire from the inside of the
vehicle through the hole.
ACX00474
(4) Pull the piano wire alternately from the inside
and outside along the windshield glass to cut
away the adhesive.
3. When cutting away adhesive using a windshield
knife
BODY
WINDOW GLASS
42A-15
4. Make mating marks on the windshield glass and
body, and use the special tool window glass
holder (MB990480) to remove the windshield
glass.
CAUTION
AC002060
(1) Using glass adhesive knife
CAUTION
If you lever the glass adhesive knife, the windshield glass may be damaged.
ACX00476
• Be careful not to cut away more adhesive
than is necessary.
• Be careful also not to damage the paintwork
on the body surface with the knife. If the
paintwork is damaged, repair the damaged
area with repair paint or anti-rust agent.
Glass adhesive knife
AC207478 AB
(2) Holding the tip of the glass adhesive knife and
the windshield glass edge at right angles, align
the blade of the glass adhesive knife with the
windshield glass surface and edge, and pull
the blade parallel to the edge to cut away the
adhesive.
5. Use a knife to cut away the remaining adhesive so
that the thickness is within 2 mm around the entire
circumference of the body flange.
6. Finish the flange surfaces so that they are
smooth.
7. If the windshield glass is reused, scrape away all
traces of old adhesive, the glass stopper, and the
windshield spacer.
INSTALLATION SERVICE POINTS
>>A<< WINDSHIELD SPACER/GLASS
STOPPER INSTALLATION
MB990480
CAUTION
Before the next operation, leave the decreased
parts for 3 minutes or more to dry. Do not touch
the coated surface.
ACX00475 AC
1. Use parts cleaner (MZ100387 or equivalent) to
degrease the inside circumference of the
windshield glass and the body flanges.
BODY
42A-16
WINDOW GLASS
Windshield spacer and glass stopper installation positions
Unit: mm
Marking for glass stopper
Marking for glass stopper
7.0 ± 0.5
6.8 ± 0.5
Glass stopper
7.0 ± 0.5
Glass stopper
Windshield glass
Windshield spacer
8.4
Marking for windshield spacer
5.0
6.5
Windshield spacer
Windshield spacer
Marking for windshield spacer
ACB06029AB
2. Position the windshield spacer, ensuring that
there are no bends or looseness inside the
windshield glass.
3. Secure the glass stoppers to the specified
positions on the windshield glass.
>>B<<WINDSHIELD GLASS
INSTALLATION
1. Install the windshield moulding to the windshield
glass.
2. To replace the windshield glass, temporarily set
the windshield glass against the body, and place
mating marks on the body and windshield glass.
CAUTION
• The primer strengthens the adhesive, so be
sure to apply it. However, too thick application will weaken the adhesive.
• Do not touch the coated surface.
• Do not apply the primer on the remaining
adhesive. The adhesive strength may be
weakened.
3. Soak a sponge in the primer, and apply evenly to
the windshield glass and the body in the specified
places.
4. After applying the primer, let it dry for 3 minutes or
more.
BODY
42A-17
WINDOW GLASS
CAUTION
• Move the vehicle carefully.
• When testing for water leakage, do not pinch
the end of the hose to spray the water.
8. Wait 30 minutes or more, and then test for water
leakage.
10 mm
15 mm
ACX00480AC
5. Fill a sealant gun with adhesive. Then apply the
adhesive evenly around the windshield glass
within 30 minutes after the primer application.
NOTE: Cut the tip of the sealant gun nozzle into a
V-shape to simplify adhesive application.
6. After applying the adhesive, align the mating
marks on the windshield glass and the body, and
then press the windshield glass gently to seat it.
7. Use spatula or the like to remove any excessive
adhesive. Then clean the surface with parts
cleaner (MZ100387 or equivalent). Leave the
vehicle stationary until the adhesive sets (Refer to
Window Glass Installation P.42A-11).
INSPECTION EMBLEM REMOVAL AND
INSTALLATION
1. Use your hands or a plastic spatula to remove the
inspection emblem.
2. Remove the remaining adhesive using diluted
mild detergent for home use or inorganic solution
(alcohol).
3. Attach the new inspection emblem to the specified
position.
QUARTER WINDOW GLASS
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
M1422002501024
Pre-removal and post-installation operation
• Quarter trim upper removal and installation (Refer to
GROUP 52A − Interior Trim .)
N
2
N
3
1
N
2
4
1
N
2
ACB05658AB
BODY
42A-18
WINDOW GLASS
Unit: mm
Apply the primer and adhesive along the fictitious lines
(seal line) between each of the marks
Seal line centre
B
A
Section A – A
12
4
C
Primer
B
A
15
C
ACB05672
Ceramic line
Mark
Section B – B
4
D
12
D
15
ACB05659
Seal line centre
Seal line
Section D – D
Primer
ACB05674
Seal line
4
5
12
5
Overlap:
min. 30
Mark
Seal line centre
Section C – C
12
Seal line
15
5
ACB05664
Primer
4
Primer
15
ACB05673
ACB05675
Adhesive: 3M ATD Part No. 8609 Super Fast Urethane Auto Glass Sealant or equivalent and
3M ATD Part No. 8608 Super Fast Urethane Primer or equivalent
ACC00226AB
<<A>>
>>B<<
>>A<<
>>A<<
1.
2.
3.
4.
Removal steps
Quarter window glass assembly
Clip
Fastener
Quarter window glass
2. Stick the protective tapes to avoid the quarter
window glass assembly from dropping.
REMOVAL SERVICE POINTS
<<A>> QUARTER WINDOW GLASS
ASSEMBLY REMOVAL
1. In order to protect the body (paint surface), apply
the protective tapes to body area around the
installed quarter window glass assembly.
Protective tapes
AC002060
3. Using glass adhesive knife
ACB05803AB
BODY
42A-19
WINDOW GLASS
CAUTION
•
Glass adhesive knife
AC206381AB
4. Working inside the vehicle, insert the tip of a
windshield knife into the sealed part of the quarter
window glass assembly.
CAUTION
If you lever the windshield knife, the quarter window glass assembly may be damaged.
5. Holding the tip of the glass adhesive knife and the
body flange at right angles, align the blade of the
windshield knife with the body flange, and pull the
blade parallel to the body flange to separate the
adhesive.
Clip
Seal line
ACX00476
Be careful not to cut away more adhesive than is
necessary.
• Be careful also not to damage the paintwork
on the body surface with the knife. If the
paintwork is damaged, repair the damaged
area with touch-up paint or anti-rust agent.
8. Use a knife to cut away the remaining adhesive so
that the thickness is within 2 mm around the entire
circumference of the body flange.
9. Finish the flange surfaces so that they are
smooth.
10.If the quarter window glass assembly is reused,
scrape away all traces of old adhesive from the
quarter window glass assembly.
INSTALLATION SERVICE POINTS
>>A<< FASTENER/CLIP INSTALLATION
Piano wire
ACB05678AB
1. If the quarter window glass assembly is reused,
follow the procedures below:
(1) Engage the clip with the body.
6. Use a piano wire to separate the clips.
MB990480
Cut off these convex parts
AC103606 AB
Mating marks
ACB05804AB
7. Make mating marks on the quarter window glass
assembly and body, and use special tool window
glass holder (MB990480) to remove the quarter
window glass assembly.
(2) Cut off the convex portion of the quarter
window glass assembly clip installation
position.
NOTE: If the quarter window glass assembly is
installed without cutting off the convex portion
of the quarter window glass assembly clip
installation position, improper installation may
result.
BODY
42A-20
WINDOW GLASS
CAUTION
Before the next operation, leave the decreased
parts for 3 minutes or more to dry. Do not touch
the degreased parts.
2. Use parts cleaner (MZ100387 or equivalent) to
degrease the inside circumference of the quarter
window glass assembly and the body flanges.
3. Install the fasteners to the specified positions on
the body flange.
4. Install the fasteners to the quarter window glass
assembly at the positions which correspond to the
fasteners on the body flange.
>>B<< QUARTER WINDOW GLASS
ASSEMBLY INSTALLATION
1. Apply the primer and adhesive.
2. Install the quarter window glass assembly by the
same procedures as for the windshield glass
(Refer to P.42A-13).
2.1 mm
TAILGATE WINDOW GLASS
Fastener
Convex on the
body flange
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
M1422003701087
ACB05679 AB
Pre-removal and post-installation operation
• Rear wiper blade and arm assembly removal and installation (Refer to GROUP 51 − Rear Wiper and Washer .)
• Tailgate trim removal and installation (Refer to GROUP
52A − Tailgate Trim .)
2N
5N
N4
N2
3N
6N
N5
1
3N
ACB05727AB
BODY
42A-21
WINDOW GLASS
Unit: mm
Apply the primer and adhesive
along the fictitious lines (seal line)
between each of the marks
Section A – A
Seal line
Seal line centre
Mark
A
12
4
Primer
3
1
Overlap:
min. 30
A
15
Seal line
C
Section B – B
C
Seal line centre
12
1
B
6
Section C – C
1
Primer
B
Mark
Ceramic line
12
15
Seal line
Primer
Seal line centre
15
5
Adhesive: 3M ATD Part No. 8609 Super Fast Urethane Auto Glass Sealant or equivalent and
3M ATD Part No. 8608 Super Fast Urethane Primer or equivalent
ACC00162AB
<<A>>
>>B<<
>>A<<
>>A<<
>>A<<
>>A<<
>>A<<
•
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Removal steps
Harness connector
Tailgate window glass
Fastener
Glass stopper
Tailgate dam upper
Tailgate dam side
Tailgate dam lower
REMOVAL SERVICE POINT
<<A>> TAILGATE WINDOW GLASS
REMOVAL
Remove the tailgate window glass by the same procedures as for the windshield glass (Refer to
P.42A-13).
NOTE: Use a piano wire to remove the tailgate window glass.
INSTALLATION SERVICE POINTS
>>A<< TAILGATE DAM/GLASS STOPPER/FASTENER INSTALLATION
1. Use the parts cleaner (MZ100387 or equivalent)
to degrease the inside circumference of the
tailgate window glass and tailgate flanges.
BODY
42A-22
DOOR
Glass stopper and fastener installation positions
Fastener
Tailgate dam upper
Tailgate window
glass
Align the fastener end
line with the tailgate
window glass mark.
Tailgate dam side
Seal line
Body centre line
Align the glass stopper
end line with the tailgate
window glass mark.
Ceramic line
Tailgate dam lower
Glass stopper
ACB00168 AB
2. Peel off the protection sheet on the back of the
tailgate dam and paste it to the specified position
on the tailgate window glass.
3. Install the glass stopper and fastener to the
specified position on the tailgate window glass
<Tailgate upper part>
>>B<< TAILGATE WINDOW GLASS
INSTALLATION
1. Apply the primer and adhesive.
2. Install the tailgate window glass by the same
procedure as for the windshield glass (refer to
P.42A-13).
Convex bead on
tailgate flange
2 mm
Fastener
4. Install the fasteners to the specified positions on
the tailgate flange.
2.3 mm
2.3 mm
ACB05732AB
DOOR
GENERAL INFORMATION
M1423000100581
POWER WINDOW
SAFETY MECHANISM <DRIVER'S SIDE
DOOR>
The power window with the safety mechanism
(anti-trap function) has been adopted. To enhance
safety, if any obstacle such as a hand or a head is
detected to be pinched during a window glass clos-
ing operation, driver’s side door window glass is
opened by approximately 150 mm.
ONE-TOUCH OPENING/ CLOSING
MECHANISM <DRIVER'S SIDE DOOR>
The one-touch opening/closing mechanism has been
adopted to the driver's power window switch to fully
open or close any door window glass in a single
operation.
BODY
42A-23
DOOR
POWER WINDOW TIMER FUNCTION
ON
OFF
Ignition switch
(IG1)
Driver's or front
passenger's
door switch
Even after the ignition is switched off, the
ETACS-ECU keeps the power window relay activated for approximately 30 seconds, enabling raising
or lowering of the power windows by using the power
window switches (timer function). After approximately 30 seconds, the power window relay is deactivated.
During this timer operation, if the driver’s or front
passenger’s door is opened, the power window relay
is deactivated from that moment.
ON
(Open)
ON
(Close)
ON
Power window
relay
OFF
t: 30 seconds
t
ZC600258
AC607043AE
SERVICE SPECIFICATIONS
M1423000300637
Item
Standard value
Power window operating current (with power supply of 14.5 ± 0.5 V at
25°C) A
7 or less
Door outside handle play mm
0.2 − 5.2 (Target value: 2.7)
Door inside handle knob play mm
13.6 − 27.2 (Target value: 20.4)
Stroke of the door inside handle lock knob mm
13.5 − 15.5 (Target value: 14.5)
SEALANT
M1423000500631
Item
Specification
Door waterproof film
3M ATD Part No.8625 or equivalent
LUBRICANT
M1421000400081
Item
Specified lubricant
Degrease agent
Grease and dirt removal Parts cleaner (MZ100387 or
from parts surface
equivalent)
Quantity
As required
SPECIAL TOOLS
M1423000601255
Tool
Number
Name
Use
MB990480
Window glass holder
Removal of power window regulator
and motor assembly
MB990900 or
MB991164
Door hinge adjusting
wrench
Door adjustment
MB990480
MB990900
BODY
42A-24
DOOR
Tool
a
Number
Name
Use
MB990925
a. MB990939
Bearing and oil seal
installer set
a. Remover bar
Door striker adjustment
MB990211
Sliding hammer
MB990241
a. MB990243
Axle shaft puller
a. Body puller
a. MB992744
b. MB992745
c. MB992746
d. MB992747
e. MB992748
a. Vehicle communication ECU check (service data display)
interface-Lite
(V.C.I.-Lite)
b. V.C.I.-Lite main
harness A (for vehicles
with CAN
communication)
c. V.C.I.-Lite main
harness B (for vehicles
without CAN
communication)
d. V.C.I.-Lite USB cable
short
e. V.C.I.-Lite USB cable
long
MB990925AH
MB990211
a
MB990241AH
a
MB992744
b
MB992745
c
DO NOT USE
MB992746
d
MB992747
e
MB992748
ACB05421AB
BODY
42A-25
DOOR
Tool
a
MB991824
b
Number
Name
Use
MB991955
a. MB991824
b. MB991827
c. MB991910
d. MB991911
e. MB991825
f. MB991826
M.U.T.-III sub-assembly
a. Vehicle communication
interface (V.C.I.)
b. M.U.T.-III USB cable
c. M.U.T.-III main harness
A (for vehicles with
CAN communication)
d. M.U.T.-III main harness
B (for vehicles without
CAN communication)
e. Measuring adapter
harness
f. M.U.T.-III trigger
harness
CAUTION
For vehicles with CAN
communication, use M.U.T.-III main
harness A to send the simulated
vehicle speed. If you connect
M.U.T.-III main harness B instead,
CAN communication does not
function correctly.
ECU check (service data display)
MB991223
a. MB991219
b. MB991220
c. MB991221
d. MB991222
Harness set
a. Test harness
b. LED harness
c. LED harness adapter
d. Probe
Terminal voltage measurement
a. For checking connector pin
contact pressure
b. For checking power supply circuit
c. For checking power supply circuit
d. For connecting a locally sourced
tester
MB992006
Extra fine probe
Continuity check and voltage
measurement at harness wire or
connector
MB991827
c
MB991910
d
DO NOT USE
MB991911
e
MB991825
f
MB991826
MB991955
a
b
c
d
DO NOT USE
MB991223BA
MB992006
BODY
42A-26
DOOR
TROUBLESHOOTING
STANDARD FLOW OF DIAGNOSTIC
TROUBLESHOOTING
M1423009600174
Refer to GROUP 00 − How to Use Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points, Contents of Troubleshooting .
TROUBLE SYMPTOM CHART <CENTRAL DOOR LOCKING SYSTEM>
M1427001801221
CAUTION
During diagnosis, a diagnosis code associated with other system may be set when the ignition switch
is turned on with connector(s) disconnected. On completion, confirm all systems for diagnosis
code(s). If diagnosis code(s) are set, erase them all.
Trouble symptom
Inspection
procedure
number
Reference
page
Central door locking system does not work at all.
A-1
P.42A-26
Central door locking system does not operate even when door lock switch of A-2
power window main switch operated.
P.42A-28
Door(s) or a tailgate cannot be locked or unlocked by central door locking
system.
A-3
P.42A-28
Selector "P" position-linked door unlock function does not operate.
A-4
P.42A-30
Ignition "LOCK (OFF)" position-linked door unlock function does not operate. A-5
P.42A-31
SYMPTOM PROCEDURES <CENTRAL
DOOR LOCKING SYSTEM>
INSPECTION PROCEDURE A-1: Central door locking system does not work at all.
CAUTION
• Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the
power supply circuit, the earth circuit and the
communication circuit are normal.
• When the ETACS-ECU of vehicles without
KOS is replaced, the encrypted code of the
ignition key needs to be registered to the
ETACS-ECU. (If the encrypted code is not registered, the engine cannot be started. Register the encrypted code as described in
Immobilizer System − How to Register Key ID
.)
OPERATION
The ETACS-ECU controls the central door locking
system, locking or unlocking all the doors by activating the central door lock relay (built in the
ETACS-ECU). The ETACS-ECU uses input signals
from the door lock switch, which is incorporated in
the power window main switch.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
If the central door locking system does not work at
all, a malfunction of the door lock switch (built in the
power window main switch), front door lock actuator
(driver’s side) or ETACS-ECU is suspected.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Malfunction of the door lock switch (built in the
power window main switch)
• Malfunction of the front door lock actuator
(driver’s side)
• Malfunction of ETACS-ECU
• Damaged wiring harness and connectors
BODY
42A-27
DOOR
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE
STEP 1. M.U.T.-III diagnosis code
Check that ETACS-ECU sets a diagnosis code.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Refer to GROUP 54A − Diagnosis Code
STEP 3. Check of short to power supply, short to
earth, and open circuit in +B2 line between
ETACS-ECU connector and fusible link.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 4.
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
Chart .
NO : Go to Step 2.
STEP 2. M.U.T.-III data list
Check the ETACS-ECU service items related to the
central door locking system operation.
• Door lock switch: Unlock → Lock.
Item No.
Item name
Normal
condition
270
Dr door lock switch
Not
lock→Lock
271
Dr door unlock
Unlock→Not
switch
unlock
• Door lock switch: Lock → Unlock.
Item No.
Item name
Normal
condition
270
Dr door lock switch
Lock→Not
lock
271
Dr door unlock
switch
Not unlock→
Unlock
OK: Normal conditions are displayed for all
the items.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 3.
NO : Refer to GROUP 54A − Trouble Symptom
Chart for Input Signal .
STEP 4. Central door lock switch check.
Check that the central door lock switch is in good
condition. Refer to Central Door Lock Switch Check
P.42A-61.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 5.
NO : Replace the power window main switch.
STEP 5. Check of open circuit in earth line
between power window main switch connector
and body earth.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 6.
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 6. Check of short to power supply, short to
earth, and open circuit in D-LS, D-US line
between ETACS-ECU connector and power
window main switch connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 7.
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 7. Retest the system.
Check that the central door locking system works
normally.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : No action is necessary and testing is
complete.
NO : Replace ETACS-ECU.
42A-28
BODY
DOOR
INSPECTION PROCEDURE A-2: Central door locking system does not operate even when door lock
switch of power window main switch operated.
CAUTION
• Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the
power supply circuit, the earth circuit and the
communication circuit are normal.
• When the ETACS-ECU of vehicles without
KOS is replaced, the encrypted code of the
ignition key needs to be registered to the
ETACS-ECU. (If the encrypted code is not registered, the engine cannot be started. Register the encrypted code as described in
Immobilizer System − How to Register Key ID
.)
OPERATION
The ETACS-ECU controls the central door locking
system, locking or unlocking all the doors by activating the central door lock relay (built in the
ETACS-ECU). The ETACS-ECU uses input signals
from the door lock switch, which is incorporated in
the power window main switch.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
If the central door locking system does not work at
all, a malfunction of the door lock switch (built in the
power window main switch) or ETACS-ECU is suspected.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Malfunction of the door lock switch (built in the
power window main switch)
• Malfunction of ETACS-ECU
• Damaged wiring harness and connectors
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE
STEP 1. Central door locking system operation
check.
Check that the central door locking system works
normally.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Refer to Inspection Procedure 1 "Central
door locking system does not work at all
P.42A-26."
STEP 2. Central door lock switch check (built in
the power window main switch).
Check that the central door lock switch works normally (Refer to Central Door Lock Switch Check
P.42A-61).
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 3.
NO : Replace the power window main switch.
STEP 3. Check of short to power supply, short to
earth, and open circuit in D-LS, D-US line
between ETACS-ECU connector and power
window main switch connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 4.
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 4. Retest the system.
Check that the central door locking system works
normally.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : No action is necessary and testing is
complete.
NO : Replace ETACS-ECU.
INSPECTION PROCEDURE A-3: Door(s) or a tailgate cannot be locked or unlocked by central door
locking system.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
No operation of the door lock actuator or a malfunction of the tailgate lock actuator is suspected.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Malfunction of the door lock actuator
• Malfunction of the tailgate lock actuator
• Damaged wiring harness and connectors
BODY
DOOR
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 1. Confirmation of the defective door lock
actuator or tailgate lock actuator.
Q: Which doors or tailgate is not locked normally?
Front left door : Go to Step 2.
Front right door : Go to Step 4.
Rear left door : Go to Step 6.
Rear right door : Go to Step 8.
Tailgate <Vehicles without electric tailgate> : Go to
Step 10.
Tailgate <Vehicles with electric tailgate> :
Diagnose the tailgate. Refer to GROUP 42A
− Tailgate P.42A-93.
STEP 2. Front door lock actuator (LH) check
Check that the front door lock actuator (LH) works
normally. Refer to Door Latch Assembly Inspection
P.42A-47.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 3.
NO : Replace the front door lock actuator (LH).
STEP 3. Check of short to power supply, short to
earth, and open circuit in DUN, DLK1&DLK2 line
between ETACS-ECU connector and front door
lock actuator (LH) connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction ).
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 4. Front door lock actuator (RH) check
Check that the front door lock actuator (RH) works
normally. Refer to Door Latch Assembly Inspection
P.42A-47.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 5.
NO : Replace the front door lock actuator (RH).
STEP 5. Check of short to power supply, short to
earth, and open circuit in DUL2, DLK1&DLK2 line
between ETACS-ECU connector and front door
lock actuator (RH) connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
42A-29
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction ).
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 6. Rear door lock actuator (LH) check
Check that the rear door lock actuator works normally. Refer to Door Latch Assembly Inspection
P.42A-47.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 7.
NO : Replace the rear door lock actuator (LH).
STEP 7. Check of short to power supply, short to
earth, and open circuit in DUL3&DUL4,
DLK3&DLK4 line between ETACS-ECU connector
and rear door lock actuator (LH) connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction ).
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 8. Rear door lock actuator (RH) check
Check that the rear door lock actuator (RH) is in
good condition. Refer to Door Latch Assembly
Inspection P.42A-47.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 9.
NO : Replace the rear door lock actuator (RH).
STEP 9. Check of short to power supply, short to
earth, and open circuit in DUL3&DUL4,
DLK3&DLK4 line between ETACS-ECU connector
and rear door lock actuator (RH) connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction ).
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 10. Tailgate lock actuator check.
Check that the tailgate lock actuator is in good condition. Refer to P.42A-73.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 11.
NO : Replace the tailgate lock actuator.
42A-30
STEP 11. Resistance measurement at tailgate
lock actuator connector (earth line terminal).
(1) Disconnect the connector, and measure at the
wiring harness side.
(2) Measure the resistance between the tailgate lock
actuator connector (earth line terminal) and body
earth.
OK: Continuity exists (2 Ω or less)
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 13.
NO : Go to Step 12.
STEP 12. Check of open circuit in earth line
between tailgate lock actuator connector and
body earth.
BODY
DOOR
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction ).
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 13. Check of open circuit in GLK line
between ETACS-ECU connector and tailgate lock
actuator connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction ).
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
Q: Is the check result normal?
INSPECTION PROCEDURE A-4: Selector "P" position-linked door unlock function does not operate.
CAUTION
• Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the
power supply circuit, the earth circuit and the
communication circuit are normal.
• When the ETACS-ECU of vehicles without
KOS is replaced, the encrypted code of the
ignition key needs to be registered to the
ETACS-ECU. (If the encrypted code is not registered, the engine cannot be started. Register the encrypted code as described in
Immobilizer System − How to Register Key ID
.)
OPERATION
ETACS-ECU determines whether the shift position is
at "P" or not according to the shift position signal
which is sent by CVT-ECU.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
If the doors are not unlocked when the selector lever
is shifted to the P position, a malfunction of the shift
position signal input circuit(s) or ETACS-ECU is suspected. Also, the selector "P" position-linked door
unlock function may have been "disabled" with the
customisation function.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Malfunction of CAN bus line
• Malfunction of ETACS-ECU
• Damaged wiring harness and connectors
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 1. Checking central door unlocking
operation.
Check that the central door locking system works
normally.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Refer to Central Door Locking System
Symptom Chart P.42A-26.
STEP 2. Check the customisation function.
Check that "Always (P pos)" is set for "Auto door
unlock by P position" with the customisation function.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 3.
NO : Set "Always (P pos)" for "Auto door unlock
by P position" with the customisation
function (Refer to Customisation Function
P.42A-50).
STEP 3. M.U.T.-III CAN bus diagnostics
Use M.U.T.-III to diagnose the CAN bus lines.
Q: Is the CAN bus normal?
YES : Go to Step 4.
NO : Repair the CAN bus line (Refer to GROUP
54C − Troubleshooting ).
BODY
42A-31
DOOR
STEP 4. Check the M.U.T.-III Diagnosis code of
other systems
Check that CVT sets a diagnosis code.
STEP 5. Retest the system.
Check that shifting the selector lever to the P position
unlocks the doors.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Diagnose CVT (Refer to GROUP 23A −
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
Troubleshooting ).
NO : Go to Step 5.
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction ).
NO : Replace ETACS-ECU.
INSPECTION PROCEDURE A-5: Ignition "LOCK (OFF)" position-linked door unlock function does not
operate.
CAUTION
• Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the
power supply circuit, the earth circuit and the
communication circuit are normal.
• When the ETACS-ECU of vehicles without
KOS is replaced, the encrypted code of the
ignition key needs to be registered to the
ETACS-ECU. (If the encrypted code is not registered, the engine cannot be started. Register the encrypted code as described in
Immobilizer System − How to Register Key ID
.)
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
If a door is not unlocked when the ignition switch is
turned to the LOCK position, a malfunction of the
CAN bus line, ignition switch or ETACS-ECU is suspected. Also, the ignition "LOCK" position-linked
door unlock function may have been "Disabled" with
the customisation function.
PROBABLE CAUSES
•
•
•
•
Malfunction of CAN bus line
Malfunction of ETACS-ECU
Malfunction of ignition switch
Damaged wiring harness and connectors
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 1. Checking central door unlocking
operation
Check that the central door locking system works
normally.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Refer to Central Door Locking System
Symptom Chart P.42A-26.
STEP 2. Check the customisation function.
Check that "Always (Lock pos)" is set for "Auto door
unlock by ignition LOCK position" with the customisation function.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 3.
NO : Set "Always (Lock pos)" for "Auto door
unlock by ignition LOCK position" with the
customisation function (Refer to
Customisation Function P.42A-50).
STEP 3. M.U.T.-III CAN bus diagnostics
Use M.U.T.-III to diagnose the CAN bus lines.
Q: Is the CAN bus normal?
YES : Go to Step 4.
NO : Repair the CAN bus line (Refer to GROUP
54C − Troubleshooting ).
STEP 4. Check the ignition switch.
Check that the ignition switch works normally.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 5.
NO : Repair the ignition switch (Refer to GROUP
54A − Ignition Switch Continuity Check ).
STEP 5. Retest the system.
Check that turning the ignition switch to the LOCK
position unlocks tall doors.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction ).
NO : Replace the ETACS-ECU.
42A-32
BODY
DOOR
INPUT SIGNAL CHART <CENTRAL DOOR LOCKING SYSTEM>
M1427005100221
Trouble symptom
Inspection
procedure
number
Reference
page
The tailgate lock release handle signal is not received.
B-1
P.42A-32
INPUT SIGNAL PROCEDURES
<CENTRAL DOOR LOCKING
SYSTEM>
INSPECTION PROCEDURE B-1: The tailgate lock release handle signal is not received.
CAUTION
• Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the
power supply circuit, the earth circuit and the
communication circuit are normal.
• When the ETACS-ECU of vehicles without
KOS is replaced, the encrypted code of the
ignition key needs to be registered to the
ETACS-ECU. (If the encrypted code is not registered, the engine cannot be started. Register the encrypted code as described in
Immobilizer System − How to Register Key ID
.)
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
Input signal from the tailgate lock release handle is
used to operate the central door locking function. If
the signal is abnormal, the central door locking function will not work normally.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Malfunction of the tailgate lock release handle
• Malfunction of ETACS-ECU
• Damaged wiring harness and connectors
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE
STEP 1. Tailgate lock release handle check.
Check that the tailgate lock release handle is normal
(Refer to P.42A-73 <Vehicles without electric tailgate>, P.42A-119 <Vehicles with electric tailgate> ).
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Replace the tailgate lock release handle.
STEP 2. Resistance measurement at tailgate lock
release handle connector (earth line terminal).
(1) Disconnect the connector, and measure at the
wiring harness side.
(2) Measure the resistance between the tailgate lock
release handle connector (earth line terminal)
and body earth.
OK: Continuity exists (2 or less)
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 4.
NO : Go to Step 3.
STEP 3. Check of open circuit in earth line
between tailgate lock release handle connector
and body earth.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction ).
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 4. Check of open circuit in GTOP line
between ETACS-ECU connector and tailgate lock
release handle connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 5.
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
BODY
42A-33
DOOR
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
STEP 5. M.U.T.-III data list
Check the ETACS-ECU signals related to the tailgate.
• Tailgate lock release handle: from OFF to ON
Item No.
Item name
Normal
condition
230
Gate opener
from OFF to
ON
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction ).
NO : Replace ETACS-ECU.
OK: Normal condition is displayed.
Q: Is the check result normal?
TROUBLE SYMPTOM CHART <POWER WINDOW>
M1429002801134
CAUTION
During diagnosis, a diagnosis code associated with other system may be set when the ignition switch
is turned on with connector(s) disconnected. On completion, confirm all systems for diagnosis
code(s). If diagnosis code(s) are set, erase them all.
Trouble symptom
Inspection
procedure
number
Reference
page
Power windows do not work at all.
C-1
P.42A-33
Driver's power window does not work by means of the power window main
switch.
C-2
P.42A-35
Relevant power window(s) does not work by means of the front and rear
passenger's power window sub switches.
C-3
P.42A-36
Front and/or rear passenger's power window(s) do not work by means of the C-4
power window main switch.
P.42A-38
The power window timer function does not work normally.
C-5
P.42A-39
Power window anti-trap function does not work normally <Driver’s side door>. C-6
P.42A-40
The window glass lowers automatically while it is rising <Driver’s side door>.. C-7
P.42A-41
The driver's power window inches only.
P.42A-41
C-8
SYMPTOM PROCEDURES <POWER
WINDOW>
INSPECTION PROCEDURE C-1: Power windows do not work at all.
CAUTION
• Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the
power supply circuit, the earth circuit and the
communication circuit are normal.
• When the ETACS-ECU of vehicles without
KOS is replaced, the encrypted code of the
ignition key needs to be registered to the
ETACS-ECU. (If the encrypted code is not registered, the engine cannot be started. Regis-
ter the encrypted code as described in
Immobilizer System − How to Register Key ID
.)
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
If the power windows do not work at all, a malfunction of the power supply or ETACS-ECU is suspected.
BODY
42A-34
DOOR
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Malfunction of ETACS-ECU
• Damaged wiring harness and connectors
STEP 5. Check of short to power supply, short to
earth, and open circuit in +B1 line between
ETACS-ECU connector and fusible link.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : No action is necessary and testing is
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE
complete.
STEP 1. Check the power supply system.
With the ignition switch in the LOCK (OFF) position,
check if the following function operates normally:
• Hazard warning lamp
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 2
NO : Refer to GROUP 54A − Malfunction of
ETACS-ECU Power Supply Circuit .
STEP 2. M.U.T.-III diagnosis code
Check that ETACS-ECU sets a diagnosis code.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Refer to GROUP 54A − Diagnosis Code
Chart .
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 6. Voltage measurement at the ETACS-ECU
connector (IOD1 terminal).
(1) Disconnect the connector, and measure at the
wiring harness side.
(2) Measure the voltage between the ETACS-ECU
connector (IOD1 terminal) and body earth.
OK: System voltage
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 8
NO : Go to Step 7
STEP 7. Check of short to power supply, short to
earth, and open circuit in IOD1 line between
ETACS-ECU connector and fusible link.
NO : Go to Step 3
STEP 3. M.U.T.-III data list
Check the ETACS-ECU service item related to the
power window.
Item No.
Item name
Normal
condition
254
IG Voltage
System
voltage
OK: Normal condition is displayed.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 4
NO : Refer to GROUP 54A − Inspection
Procedure 2: The ignition switch (IG1)
signal is not received .
STEP 4. Voltage measurement at the ETACS-ECU
connector (+B1 terminal).
(1) Disconnect the connector, and measure at the
wiring harness side.
(2) Measure the voltage between the ETACS-ECU
connector (+B1 terminal) and body earth.
OK: System voltage
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 6
NO : Go to Step 5
STEP 10. Resistance measurement at the power
window main switch connector (E, DL terminal).
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : No action is necessary and testing is
complete.
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 8. Voltage measurement at the power
window main switch connector (+BP terminal).
(1) Disconnect the connector, and measure at the
wiring harness side.
(2) Measure the voltage between the power window
main switch connector (+BP terminal) and body
earth.
OK: System voltage
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 10
NO : Go to Step 9
STEP 9. Check of short to power supply, short to
earth, and open circuit in +BP line between
ETACS-ECU connector and power window main
switch connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : No action is necessary and testing is
complete.
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
(1) Disconnect the connector, and measure at the
wiring harness side.
BODY
42A-35
DOOR
(2) Measure the resistance between the power
window main switch connector (E, DL terminal)
and body earth.
OK: Continuity exists (2 Ω or less)
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 12
NO : Go to Step 11
STEP 11. Check of open circuit in E, DL line
between power window main switch connector
and body earth.
YES : No action is necessary and testing is
complete.
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 12. Retest the system.
(1) Make the power widows learn their fully closed
position.(P.42A-47)
(2) Check that the all power windows work normally.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : No action is necessary and testing is
complete.
NO : Replace ETACS-ECU.
Q: Is the check result normal?
INSPECTION PROCEDURE C-2: Driver's power window does not work by means of the power window
main switch.
CAUTION
Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the power
supply circuit, the earth circuit and the communication circuit are normal.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
If the driver's power window does not work by means
of the power window main switch, a malfunction of
the power window main switch or the front power
window motor (driver’s side) is suspected.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Malfunction of the power window main switch
• Malfunction of the front power window motor
(driver’s side)
• Damaged wiring harness and connectors
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE
earth.
OK: System voltage
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 4
NO : Go to Step 3
STEP 3. Check of short to power supply, short to
earth, and open circuit in +BP line between
ETACS-ECU connector and power window main
switch connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 1. Check the power window main switch.
Check that the passenger's or rear power window
works by means of the power window main switch.
STEP 4. Check of short to power supply, short to
earth, and open circuit in MU, MD line between
power window main switch connector and front
power window motor (LH) connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 2
NO : Replace the power window main switch.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 5
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 2. Voltage measurement at power window
main switch connector (+BP terminal).
(1) Disconnect the connector, and measure at the
wiring harness side.
(2) Measure the voltage between the power window
main switch connector (+BP terminal) and body
STEP 5. Retest the system.
(1) Make the power widows learn their fully closed
position.(P.42A-47)
(2) Check that the driver's power window works
normally by means of the power window main
switch.
Q: Is the check result normal?
42A-36
BODY
DOOR
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
NO : Replace the front power window motor (LH).
INSPECTION PROCEDURE C-3: Relevant power window(s) does not work by means of the front and
rear passenger's power window sub switches.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
If the front passenger's or rear power window(s) do
not work by means of the respective power window
sub switch, a malfunction of the power window sub
switch or the power window motor is suspected.
Also, the power window lock switch ON signal may
be sent from the power window main switch,
because the power window lock switch of the power
window main switch is ON, or the power window
main switch has a malfunction.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Malfunction of front passenger's or rear passenger's power window sub switch(es)
• Malfunction of front passenger's or rear passenger's power window motor(s)
• Damaged wiring harness and connectors
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE
STEP 1. Check the power window main switch.
Check that the power window lock switch is turned
off.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Turn off the power window lock switch.
STEP 2. Determine a trouble spot.
Q: Which power window does not work?
Front passenger's door : Go to Step 3.
Rear right door : Go to Step 9.
Rear left door : Go to Step 15.
STEP 3. Check the front power window sub
switch.
Check that the front power window sub switch works
normally. Refer to Power Window Sub Switch Continuity Check P.42A-56.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 4.
NO : Replace the front power window sub switch.
STEP 4. Check the front power window motor
(RH).
Check that the front power window motor (RH) works
normally. Refer to Power Window Motor Continuity
Check P.42A-56.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 5.
NO : Replace the front power window motor
(passenger’s side).
STEP 5. Voltage measurement at front power
window sub switch connector (ON line terminal).
(1) Disconnect the connector, and measure at the
wiring harness side.
(2) Turn the ignition switch to the ON position.
(3) Measure the voltage between the front power
window sub switch connector (ON line terminal)
and body earth.
OK: System voltage
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 7.
NO : Go to Step 6.
STEP 6. Check of open circuit in +B, PWM line
between ETACS-ECU connector and front power
window sub switch connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction ).
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 7. Check of short to power supply, short to
earth, and open circuit in input/output line
between front power window sub switch
connector and front power window motor (RH)
connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 8.
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
BODY
42A-37
DOOR
STEP 8. Retest the system.
(1) Replace the front power window sub switch.
(2) Check that the front passenger's door power
window can be operated by the front power
window sub switch (RH).
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : The trouble can be an intermittent
malfunction (Refer to GROUP 00, How to
use Troubleshooting/inspection Service
Points − How to Cope with Intermittent
Malfunction ).
NO : Replace the front power window motor
(RH).
STEP 9. Check the rear power window sub switch
(RH).
Check that the rear power window sub switch (RH)
works normally. Refer to Power Window Sub Switch
Continuity Check P.42A-56.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 10.
NO : Replace the rear power window sub switch
(RH).
STEP 10. Check the rear power window motor
(RH).
Check that the rear power window motor (RH) works
normally. Refer to Power Window Motor Continuity
Check P.42A-56.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 11.
NO : Replace the rear power window motor (RH).
STEP 11. Voltage measurement at rear power
window sub switch (RH) connector (ON line
terminal).
(1) Disconnect the connector, and measure at the
wiring harness side.
(2) Turn the ignition switch to the ON position.
(3) Measure the voltage between the rear power
window sub switch (RH) connector (ON line
terminal) and body earth.
OK: System voltage
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 13.
NO : Go to Step 12.
STEP 12. Check of open circuit in PWS line
between ETACS-ECU connector and rear power
window sub switch (RH) connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction ).
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 13. Check of short to power supply, short
to earth, and open circuit in input/output line
between rear power window sub switch (RH)
connector and rear power window motor (RH)
connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 14.
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 14. Retest the system.
(1) Replace the rear power window sub switch (RH).
(2) Check that the rear right door power window can
be operated by the rear power window sub switch
(RH).
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : The trouble can be an intermittent
malfunction (Refer to GROUP 00, How to
use Troubleshooting/inspection Service
Points − How to Cope with Intermittent
Malfunction ).
NO : Replace the rear power window motor (RH).
STEP 15. Check the rear power window sub
switch (LH).
Check that the rear power window sub switch (LH)
works normally. Refer to Power Window Sub Switch
Continuity Check P.42A-56.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 16.
NO : Replace the rear power window sub switch
(LH).
STEP 16. Check the rear power window motor
(LH).
Check that the rear power window motor (LH) works
normally. Refer to Power Window Motor Continuity
Check P.42A-56.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 17.
NO : Replace the rear power window motor (LH).
42A-38
STEP 17. Voltage measurement at rear power
window sub switch (LH) connector (ON line
terminal).
(1) Disconnect the connector, and measure at the
wiring harness side.
(2) Turn the ignition switch to the ON position.
(3) Measure the voltage between the rear power
window sub switch (LH) connector (ON line
terminal) and body earth.
OK: System voltage
BODY
DOOR
STEP 19. Check of short to power supply, short
to earth, and open circuit in input/output line
between rear power window sub switch (LH)
connector and rear power window motor (LH)
connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 20.
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 19.
NO : Go to Step 18.
STEP 20. Retest the system.
(1) Replace the rear power window sub switch (LH).
(2) Check that the rear left door power window can
be operated by the rear power window sub switch
(LH).
STEP 18. Check of open circuit in PWS line
between ETACS-ECU connector and rear power
window sub switch (LH) connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : The trouble can be an intermittent
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction ).
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
malfunction (Refer to GROUP 00, How to
use Troubleshooting/inspection Service
Points − How to Cope with Intermittent
Malfunction ).
NO : Replace the rear power window motor (LH).
INSPECTION PROCEDURE C-4: Front and/or rear passenger's power window(s) do not work by
means of the power window main switch.
CAUTION
Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the power
supply circuit, the earth circuit and the communication circuit are normal.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
If the passenger's and/or rear power window does
not work by means of the power window main switch,
the power window main switch or the respective
power window sub switch(es) may be defective.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Malfunction of the power window main switch
• Malfunction of the front power window sub
switch, rear power window sub switch (RH) or
rear power window sub switch (LH)
• Damaged harness wires and connectors
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE
STEP 1. Check the power window main switch.
Check that the driver's power window works by
means of the power window main switch.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 2
NO : Refer to inspection procedure 2 "Driver's
power window does not work by means of
the power window main switch P.42A-35."
STEP 2. Check the power window sub switch.
Check that each power window works by means of
the respective power window sub switch when the
power window lock switch is turned off.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 3
NO : Refer to inspection procedure 3 "Relevant
power window(s) does not work by means
of the front and rear passenger's power
window sub switches P.42A-36."
BODY
42A-39
DOOR
STEP 3. Determine a trouble spot.
Q: Which power window does not work?
Front passenger's door : Go to Step 4
Rear right door : Go to Step 6
Rear left door : Go to Step 8
STEP 4. Check of short to power supply, short to
earth, and open circuit in U.AS, D.AS line
between power window main switch connector
and front power window sub switch connector.
STEP 7. Retest the system.
(1) Replace the rear power window sub switch (RH).
(2) Make the power widows learn their fully closed
position.(P.42A-47)
(3) Check that the rear right power window works by
means of the power window main switch.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00, How to use Troubleshooting/inspection
Service Points − How to Cope with
Intermittent Malfunction ).
NO : Replace the power window main switch
(Refer to GROUP 52A, Trims - Door trim ).
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 5
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 5. Retest the system.
(1) Replace the front power window sub switch.
(2) Make the power widows learn their fully closed
position.(P.42A-47)
(3) Check that the front passenger's power window
works by means of the power window main
switch.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00, How to use Troubleshooting/inspection
Service Points − How to Cope with
Intermittent Malfunction ).
NO : Replace the power window main switch
(Refer to GROUP 52A, Trims - Door trim ).
STEP 6. Check of short to power supply, short to
earth, and open circuit in U.RR, D.RR line
between power window main switch connector
and front power window sub switch connector.
STEP 8. Check of short to power supply, short to
earth, and open circuit in U.RL, D.RL line
between power window main switch connector
and front power window sub switch connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 9
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 9. Retest the system.
(1) Replace the rear power window sub switch (LH).
(2) Make the power widows learn their fully closed
position.(P.42A-47)
(3) Check that the rear left power window works by
means of the power window main switch.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00, How to use Troubleshooting/inspection
Service Points − How to Cope with
Intermittent Malfunction ).
NO : Replace the power window main switch
(Refer to GROUP 52A, Trims - Door trim ).
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 7
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
INSPECTION PROCEDURE C-5: The power window timer function does not work normally.
CAUTION
Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the power
supply circuit, the earth circuit and the communication circuit are normal.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
If the power window timer does not work normally, a
malfunction of the power window main switch or
ETACS-ECU is suspected.
PROBABLE CAUSES
•
•
•
•
•
Malfunction of the driver's door switch
Malfunction of the front passenger's door switch
Malfunction of the power window main switch
Malfunction of ETACS-ECU
Damaged wiring harness and connectors
BODY
42A-40
DOOR
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE
Normal conditions are displayed for all the items. :
Go to Step 3.
STEP 1. Check the power supply system.
With the ignition switch in the LOCK (OFF) position,
check if the following function operates normally:
• Hazard warning lamp
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Refer to GROUP 54A − Malfunction of
ETACS-ECU Power Supply Circuit .
STEP 2. M.U.T.-III data list
Check the signals related to the power window operation.
• Turn the ignition switch to the ON position.
• Close the driver's door.
• Close the front passenger's door.
Item No.
Item name
Normal
condition
254
IG Voltage
System
voltage
256
Dr door ajar switch
Close
257
As door ajar switch
Close
Normal condition is not displayed for item No. 254.
:
Refer to GROUP 54A − Inspection
Procedure 2: The ignition switch (IG1)
signal is not received .
Normal condition is not displayed for item No. 256.
:
Refer to GROUP 54A − Inspection
Procedure 5: Front door switch (driver’s
side) signal is not received .
Normal condition is not displayed for item No. 257.
:
Refer to GROUP 54A − Inspection
Procedure 6: Front door switch
(passenger's side) signal is not received .
STEP 3. Retest the system.
Check that the power window timer function works
normally.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
NO : Replace the power window main switch
(Refer to GROUP 52A, Trims - Door trim ).
OK: Normal conditions are displayed for all
the items.
Q: Is the check result normal?
INSPECTION PROCEDURE C-6: Power window anti-trap function does not work normally <Driver’s
side door>.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
Malfunction of the power window motor revolution
detection sensor or incorrectness of glass slider
installation is suspected.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Malfunction of the power window motor
• Incorrectly installed or warped glass slider
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE
STEP 1. Check the power window fully closed
position
(1) Carry out the learning procedures of the power
window fully closed position. Refer to P.42A-47.
(2) Fully open the door window glass. Operate the
power window switch to fully close the door
window glass, and check if the door window glass
raise without lowering automatically.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 2
NO : Refer to adjustment of faulty power window
P.42A-45.
STEP 2. Check of short to power supply, short to
earth, and open circuit in SEN1, SEN2, VCC,
SGND line between power window main switch
connector and front power window motor (LH).
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Go to Step 3
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 3. Retest the system.
(1) Make the power widows learn their fully closed
position.(P.42A-47)
(2) Check that the power window anti-trap function
BODY
42A-41
DOOR
works.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction ).
NO : Replace the power window motor.
INSPECTION PROCEDURE C-7: The window glass lowers automatically while it is rising <Driver’s
side door>.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
If the sliding resistance is too great when the window
is being raised or the window glass encounters an
object, the window glass will lower by approximately
150 mm.
PROBABLE CAUSES
•
•
•
•
Improper adjusted door window glass
Incorrectly installed or warped glass slider
Malfunction of the power window motor
Malfunction of the window regulator
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE
STEP 1. Check the power window anti-trap
function.
Check that the power window anti-trap function
works. Refer to P.42A-46.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Refer to P.42A-40.
STEP 2. Check that the door window glasses are
installed correctly.
Check that the door window glasses are installed
correctly. Refer to P.42A-45.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 3.
NO : Adjust the door window glass. (Refer to
P.42A-45.)
STEP 3. Retest the system.
Check that the power window does not lower while it
is being raised.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
NO : Replace the power window motor of the
defective window.
INSPECTION PROCEDURE C-8: The driver's power window inches only.
CAUTION
Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the power
supply circuit, the earth circuit and the communication circuit are normal.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
Malfunction of the power window motor revolution
detection sensor or incorrectness of glass slider
installation is suspected.
PROBABLE CAUSES
•
•
•
•
Malfunction of the power window motor
Incorrectly installed or warped glass slider
Damaged harness wires and connectors
Malfunction of the power window main switch
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE
STEP 1. How to make the power windows learn
heir fully closed position
Make the power widows learn their fully closed position.(P.42A-47)
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : This diagnosis is complete.
NO : Go to Step 2
STEP 2. Check whether the window inches.
Q: Does the window inch up ONLY, or up and down
(both directions)?
Inches up ONLY : Go to Step 3
Inches up and down. : Go to Step 5
BODY
42A-42
DOOR
STEP 3. Check of short to power supply, short to
earth, and open circuit in SEN1, SEN2 line
between power window main switch connector
and front power window motor (LH) connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 4
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
Then go to Step 4.
STEP 4. Retest the system.
(1) Make the power widows learn their fully closed
position.(P.42A-47)
(2) Check that the driver's power window works
normally.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
NO : Replace the power window main switch
(Refer to GROUP 52A, Trims - Door trim ).
STEP 5. Check of short to power supply, short to
earth, and open circuit in SEN1, SEN2, SGND,
VCC line between power window main switch
connector and front power window motor (LH)
connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 6
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
Then go to Step 7.
STEP 6. Voltage measurement at power window
main switch connector (VCC terminal).
(1) Disconnect the connector, and measure at the
wiring harness side.
(2) Measure the voltage between the power window
main switch connector (VCC terminal) and body
earth.
OK: 5V
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 7..
NO : Replace the power window main switch
(Refer to GROUP 52A, Trims - Door trim ).
STEP 7. Retest the system.
(1) Make the power widows learn their fully closed
position.(P.42A-47)
(2) Check that the driver's power window works
normally.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
NO : Replace the front power window motor (LH).
CHECK AT ECU TERMINAL
M1429013600830
POWER WINDOW MAIN SWITCH TERMINAL CHECK
ACC00076
Terminal Terminal Check items
No.
code
1
D.AS
Check conditions
Output to power window motor The front passenger's window
(Passenger’s side)
lowers
The front passenger's window
rises
2
U.AS
Output to power window motor The front passenger's window
(Passenger’s side)
rises
The front passenger's window
lowers
3
MU
Output to power window motor The driver's window lowers
(Driver’s side)
The driver's window rises
Normal conditions
System voltage
1 V or less
System voltage
1 V or less
1 V or less
System voltage
BODY
42A-43
DOOR
Terminal Terminal Check items
No.
code
4
MD
Check conditions
Normal conditions
Output to power window motor The driver's window rises
(Driver’s side)
The driver's window lowers
1 V or less
System voltage
5
+BP
Power supply
Always
System voltage
6
SEN1
Input from power window
motor (pulse sensor signal)
When the power windows are
operating
0 to 5 V (pulse
signal)
7
SGND
Input from power window
motor (pulse sensor earth)
−
1 V or less
8
E.DL
Earth
Always
1 V or less
9
VCC
Input from power window
motor (power supply to pulse
sensor)
When the power windows are
operating
5V
10
+B
Power supply
Ignition switch: ON
Battery positive
voltage
11
D.RR
Output to power window motor The rear right window lowers
(Rear right side)
The rear right window rises
System voltage
Output to power window motor The rear right window rises
(Rear right side)
The rear right window lowers
System voltage
12
U.RR
1 V or less
1 V or less
13
SEN2
Input from power window
motor (pulse sensor signal)
When the power windows are
operating
0 to 5 V (pulse
signal)
14
−
−
−
−
15
D.RL
Output to power window motor The rear left window lowers
(Rear left side)
The rear left window rises
System voltage
Output to power window motor The rear left window rises
(Rear left side)
The rear left window lowers
System voltage
16
U.RL
1 V or less
1 V or less
17
−
−
−
−
18
−
−
−
−
19
−
−
−
−
21
−
−
−
−
22
D.L
Output to door unlock signal
The central door lock switch is 1 V or less
unlocked
The central door lock switch is 0V
turned off
23
D.UL
Output to door lock signal
The central door lock switch is 1 V or less
locked
The central door lock switch is 0V
turned off
24
−
−
−
−
BODY
42A-44
DOOR
ON-VEHICLE SERVICE
Bolt
Door hinge
DOOR ADJUSTMENT
M1423000900554
CAUTION
Do not apply 98 N⋅m or more to the door hinge
adjusting wrench (Special tool: MB991163).
Bolt
AC508112AB
(1) Loosen the door-side hinge mounting bolts.
(2) Move the door to adjust so that the door is
flush with the body surface.
<Non adjustable bolt>
Door hinge
AC303387AB
AC507757
<Adjusting bolt
(MU001031)>
MB990834 or
MB991163
AC507758
AC508102 AB
AC000592AJ
1. When the clearance between the door and the
body is uneven:
(1) Apply protective tape to the fender around the
hinge installation position and door edge.
(2) Remove the splash shield <Front door >
(Refer to P.42A-9).
(3) Remove the centre pillar trim <Rear door>
(Refer to GROUP 52A − Interior Trim ).
(4) Use the door hinge adjusting wrench (Special
tool: MB990834 or MB991163) to loosen the
body-side door hinge mounting bolts
(mounting nuts for the door upper hinge of the
rear door).
(5) Move the door to adjust the clearance
between the door and the body is even.
2. When the door is not flush with the body surface:
(3) If adjustment is not possible, replace the
door-side door hinge mounting bolt with the
adjustment bolt (MU001031).
NOTE: If the adjustment bolt has been already
installed, reuse it.
(4) Move the door to adjust so that the door is
flush with the body surface.
(5) Tighten the door-side door hinge mounting
bolt to the specified torque.
Tightening torque: 26 ± 6 N⋅m
3. When the door is stiff to close and open:
MB990939
Temporary
bolts
Striker
AC006109AC
(1) Adjustment using the striker (toward the inside
of the vehicle and vertical direction):
Install a temporary bolt instead of the striker
mounting bolt, and use the remover bar
(Special tool: MB990939) and a hammer to tap
the temporary bolt to the desired direction.
BODY
42A-45
DOOR
<Front door>
MB990243
MB990211
Striker
AC006110AC
(2) Adjustment by using the striker (toward the
outside of the vehicle):
Using the following tools, pull the striker
toward the outside of the vehicle to adjust.
• Slide hammer (MB990211)
• Body puller (MB990243)
Door speaker bracket
mounting hole
Channel guide mounting bolts
Service hole
ACB05676AB
<Rear door>
Service hole
Shim
Striker
Channel guide mounting bolts
ACB05677AB
AC006111AC
(3) Adjustment using shims: (forward and
rearward)
Increase or decrease the number of shims so
that the striker engages with the door latch
properly.
DOOR WINDOW GLASS ADJUSTMENT
M1423001000899
Check that a door window glass operates smoothly
and moves along the door window glass runchannel
when the window glass is fully raised and lowered. If
there is a problem, adjust the window glass by the
following procedures:
1. Remove a door trim assembly (Refer to GROUP
52A − Door Trim ).
2. Remove a waterproof film (Refer to P.42A-62).
3. Remove the door speaker bracket (Front door)
<Vehicles with audio amplifier> (Refer to ).
4. Remove the door speaker cover (Rear door)
<Vehicles with audio amplifier> (Refer to ).
5. Remove the power window switch from the
removed door trim assembly, and connect it to the
door side connector.
6. Set the channel guide mounting bolts to the
adjusting hole.
7. Raise the window glass with the power window
switch to check that the window glass to door
clearance is even. If there is a problem, loosen
the channel guide mounting bolts to adjust tilting
up/down of the glass.
POWER WINDOW CHECK
M1429004400894
Check the power window as described below. If it
does not work, perform troubleshooting (Refer to
P.42A-33).
• Turn off the power window lock switch of the
power window main switch. Operate the front and
rear passenger's power window sub switches to
check that the power windows work.
• Turn on the power window lock switch of the
power window main switch. Operate the front and
rear passenger's power window sub switches to
check that the power windows do not work.
• Turn on the power window lock switch of the
power window main switch, and operate the main
switch to check that the driver’s power window
works but the front and rear passenger's power
windows do not work.
ADJUSTMENT OF FAULTY POWER
WINDOW
M1429002100284
If a door window glass wrongly, automatically lowers
while being raised, adjust or replace it as follows:
BODY
42A-46
DOOR
1. Remove a door trim assembly (Refer to GROUP
52A − Door Trim ).
2. Remove a waterproof film (Refer to P.42A-62).
3. Remove a door speaker cover and door speaker
bracket <Vehicles with audio amplifier> (Refer to
).
4. Remove a window regulator assembly (Refer to
P.42A-54).
5. Raise and lower the door window glass by hand to
check the operation force.
3. Check that the window glass continue raising up
to the door upmost position without activating the
anti-trap function while the switch is kept pulling
up (this is called forced closing function).
NOTE: If the battery terminals are disconnected
or the fuse for power window is removed, carry
out the learning procedures of the power window
fully closed position (Refer to P.42A-47).
POWER WINDOW TIMER FUNCTION
CHECK
M1429004300983
Runchannel
Door
sash
Lower
sash
AC003777AB
6. If the door window glass does not move up and
down smoothly, check and repair as follows:
• Check the installation condition of a door window
glass runchannel.
• Check a door sash for twist and bend.
• Check the installation condition of a lower sash.
7. If repair or adjustment is impossible, replace the
door assembly (Refer to P.42A-51).
Check that the power window timer works as
described below. If it does not work, perform troubleshooting (Refer to P.42A-33).
• Close the doors and turn the ignition switch to the
LOCK (OFF) position. Check that the power window operates for 30 seconds.
• While the timer is on, check that it is cancelled
when the driver's or front passenger's door is
opened.
POWER WINDOW OPERATING CURRENT
CHECK
M1429001100861
Power window fuse
POWER WINDOW SAFETY MECHANISM
CHECK <DRIVER’S SIDE DOOR>
M1429001000927
AC103294
1. Place an approximately 10 mm-thick wood board
as shown. Then, close the door window glass by
one-shot up action of the power window switch.
2. Check that the window glass lowers by about 150
mm when it clamps the board. This is called
anti-trap function (safety mechanism). If this does
not happen, carry out troubleshooting (Refer to
P.42A-33).
ETACS-ECU
ACB04412 AC
1. Remove the power window fuse to check that it is
normal, and connect a multimeter as shown in the
illustration.
2. Raise a door window glass with the power window
switch to measure the current during operation.
Standard value: 7 A or less [Power supply
voltage 14.5 ± 0.5V at 25°C]
NOTE: If the power supply voltage does not meet
the standard value, check and repair the alternator and the battery. Then carry out this check
again.
3. If the value is outside the standard value, adjust
the door window glass (Refer to P.42A-45).
BODY
DOOR
LEARNING PROCEDURES OF POWER
WINDOW FULLY CLOSED POSITION
<DRIVER’S SIDE DOOR>
M1429004600542
LEARNING PROCEDURES OF FULLY
CLOSED POSITION WHEN POWER WINDOW SWITCH IS REMOVED, OR POWER
WINDOW REGULATOR ASSEMBLY IS
REMOVED OR REPLACED
1. If the battery terminals are disconnected or the
fuse for power window is removed, the fully
closed position that the power window switch has
learned will be erased (initialised).
2. Operate the power window switch and fully open
the door window glass.
CAUTION
The anti-trap function will not activated until the
learning procedures of the fully closed position
have been completed (because the anti-trap
function was reset).
3. Operate the power window switch and fully close
the door window glass. The power window
activates for 0.7 second and stops automatically
when the power window switch is pressed once.
Repeat this operation until the door window glass
fully closes and release the switch once. Then,
hold the power window switch to the fully closed
side again for 1 second so that the power window
switch completes learning the fully closed
position.
NOTE: If the power window switch is operated to
open the door window glass while the switch is in
learning procedure, the learning will be cancelled.
If this happens, return to step 2.
LEARNING PROCEDURES WHEN
POWER WINDOW SWITCH IS REPLACED
WITH A NEW ONE
CAUTION
The anti-trap function will not activated until the
learning procedures of the fully closed position
have been completed (because the anti-trap
function was reset).
Operate the power window switch to fully close the
door window glass by one-shot up action so that the
power window switch will complete learning (no initialisation is required).
42A-47
CENTRAL DOOR LOCKING SYSTEM
CHECK
M1427001100821
• Check that the central door locking system works
by operating the door lock switch at the driver’s
side door. If it does not work, perform troubleshooting (Refer to P.42A-26.)
NOTE: When the inside lock knob is operated with
the driver's door opened, the driver's door cannot
be locked.
• Check whether the driver's door is opened when
the driver's door inside handle knob is pulled with
all the doors locked. If it does not operate,
replace the driver's door latch assembly (Refer to
P.42A-58.)
KEY-IN PREVENTION FUNCTION CHECK
M1427003300423
Check that the driver's door is not locked when the
key cylinder or inside lock knob is operated with the
driver's door opened. If it is locked, replace the door
latch (Refer to P.42A-58).
SELECTOR "P" POSITION-LINKED DOOR
UNLOCKING FUNCTION CHECK <CVT>
M1427003400390
When the selector lever is moved to the P (parking)
position with the ignition switch on, all the doors
(including tailgate) will be unlocked. Carry out the
troubleshooting if a door does not operate (Refer to
P.42A-26).
NOTE: The selector "P" position-linked door unlocking function can be switched with the customise function. Confirm it before check (Refer to P.42A-50).
IGNITION "LOCK (OFF)"
POSITION-LINKED DOOR UNLOCKING
FUNCTION CHECK
M1427006200221
When the ignition switch is moved to the LOCK
(OFF) position, all the doors (including tailgate) will
be unlocked. Carry out the troubleshooting if a door
does not operate (Refer to P.42A-26).
NOTE: The ignition "LOCK" position-linked door
unlocking function can be switched with the customise function. Confirm it before check (Refer to
P.42A-50).
DOOR LATCH ASSEMBLY INSPECTION
M1423004701685
Check the door lock actuator operation in the follow-
ing procedures:
BODY
42A-48
DOOR
1. Open a door that is supposed to be checked.
2. Remove a door trim assembly (Refer to GROUP
52A − Door Trim ).
3. Use a screwdriver or the like to slide the door
latch claw from unlatch to full-latch position (Set
the door latch from door-open to door-closed
condition).
DOOR LOCK ACTUATOR
<Unlatch>
Door inside lock cable
Claw
Door latch assembly
connector
<Half-latch (door-ajar)>
Door inside
handle cable
Claw
Door inside
handle
lock knob
<Full-latch>
Claw
ACB05670
Lock
Unlock
Door inside handle knob
AC904658
ACC00088AB
ACTUATOR OPERATION CHECK <FRONT LH
AND REAR LH>
Claw
Door inside Battery
Door inside
position handle lock connection handle lock
knob
knob
position
operation
Full-latch Lock
• Connect
terminal
1 to
negative
battery
terminal.
• Connect
terminal
2 to
positive
battery
terminal.
Knob moves
from "Lock"
to "Unlock"
position.
Claw
position
Door inside Battery
handle lock connection
knob
position
Door inside
handle lock
knob
operation
• Connect
terminal
1 to
positive
battery
terminal.
• Connect
terminal
2 to
negative
battery
terminal.
Knob moves
from
"Unlock" to
"Lock"
position.
Full-latch Unlock
BODY
42A-49
DOOR
ACTUATOR OPERATION CHECK <FRONT RH
AND REAR RH>
Claw
Door inside Battery
Door inside
position handle lock connection handle lock
knob
knob
position
operation
Full-latch Lock
Full-latch Unlock
• Connect
terminal
4 to
negative
battery
terminal.
• Connect
terminal
3 to
positive
battery
terminal.
Knob
moves from
"Lock" to
"Unlock"
position.
• Connect
terminal
4 to
positive
battery
terminal.
• Connect
terminal
3 to
negative
battery
terminal.
Knob
moves from
"Unlock" to
"Lock"
position.
ACTUATOR SWITCH CHECK <FRONT RH: VEHICLES WITH KOS>
Claw
Door inside Tester
Specified
position handle lock connection condition
knob
position
Full-latch
Lock
7−9
No
continuity
Full-latch
Unlock
7−9
Continuity
exists (2 Ω
or less)
DOOR OUTSIDE HANDLE ASSEMBLY
PLAY CHECK
M1423001600749
A
A
ACB04939
Section A – A
ACTUATOR SWITCH CHECK <FRONT LH>
Claw
Door inside Tester
Specified
position handle lock connection condition
knob
position
Full-latch Lock
6−8
No
continuity
Full-latch Unlock
6−8
Continuity
exists (2 Ω
or less)
B
AC507361
ACC00094AB
1. Check that the door outside handle assembly play
(stroke until the door latch unlocks) meets the
standard value.
Standard value (B): 0.2 − 5.2 mm [Target
value: 2.7 mm]
2. Check the door outside handle assembly and
door latch assembly. Replace them if the play is
out of the standard value.
BODY
42A-50
DOOR
DOOR INSIDE HANDLE CHECK
M1423001500816
A
DOOR INSIDE HANDLE KNOB PLAY
CHECK
A
A
A
ACB04941
Section A – A
ACB04940
Section A – A
B
B
AC905464
ACC00095AB
AC905463
ACC00096AB
2. Check that the stroke of the door inside handle
lock knob meets the standard value.
Standard value (B): 13.5 − 15.5 mm [Target
value: 14.5 mm]
1. Check that the door inside handle knob play
(stroke until the door latch unlocks) meets the
standard value.
Standard value (B): 13.6 − 27.2 mm [Target
value: 20.4 mm]
3. Check the door inside handle lock knob and door
latch assembly. Replace them if the stroke is out
of the standard value.
2. Check the door inside handle knob and door latch
assembly. Replace them if the play is out of the
standard value.
By operating the M.U.T.-III ETACS system, the following functions can be customised. The programmed information is held even when the battery
is disconnected.
DOOR INSIDE HANDLE LOCK KNOB
STROKE CHECK
CUSTOMISATION FUNCTION
M1429007801021
1. Remove the door trim assembly (Refer to GROUP
52A − Door Trim ).
Adjustment
Adjustment item
Adjusting content
item (M.U.T.-III
(M.U.T.-III display)
display)
Auto door
unlock
Adjustment of the
auto door unlock
function
Adjusting content
Disable
Without function (initial condition)
Always (P pos)
With function: Operates when the shift
lever or the selector lever is moved to the
P position.
Always(Lock pos)
With function: Operates when the ignition
switch is moved to the LOCK (OFF)
position.
BODY
42A-51
DOOR
Adjustment
item (M.U.T.-III
display)
Adjustment item
Adjusting content
(M.U.T.-III display)
Adjusting content
Door unlock
mode
Adjustment of
power door locks
with selective
unlocking
All Doors Unlock
Without function: The first operation of
keyless entry system or unlock operation
by KOS unlocks all doors (initial condition).
Dr Door Unlock
With function: The first operation of
keyless entry system or unlock operation
by KOS unlocks the driver's door only, and
the second unlock operation within 2
seconds after that unlocks all doors.
30 sec
30 seconds (initial condition)
60 sec
60 seconds
120 sec
120 seconds
180 sec
180 seconds
Timer lock timer Timer lock period
adjustment
DOOR ASSEMBLY
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
M1423002201112
Post-installation operation
• Door adjustment (Refer to P.42A-44.)
<Front door>
5, 6
20 ± 5 N·m
8
7
5.0 ± 1.0 N·m
4
5
10
26 ± 6 N·m
9
4.0 ± 2.0 N·m
3
25 ± 4 N·m
2
26 ± 6 N·m
1
6
ACB05784
ACC00289AB
BODY
42A-52
DOOR
•
1.
2.
3.
•
3.
Front door assembly removal
steps
Cowl side trim (Refer to GROUP
52A − Interior Trim .)
Wiring harness connector
connection
Door check connecting bolt
Front door assembly
Front door hinge removal steps
Side air dams (Refer to GROUP 51
− Side Air Dams .)
Front door assembly
Front door hinge removal steps
Fender protector rear
Front door upper hinge
Front door lower hinge
Striker removal steps
7. Striker
8. Shim
Damper removal
9. Damper
Door switch removal
10. Door switch
4.
5
6.
>>A<<
<Rear door>
4, 5
3
20 ± 5 N·m
7
6
5.0 ± 1.0 N·m
4
9
26 ± 6 N·m
1
8
26 ± 6 N·m
25 ± 4 N·m
2
5
ACB05785
ACC00341AB
1.
2.
3.
•
3.
Rear door assembly removal
steps
Wiring harness connector
connection
Door check connecting bolt
Rear door assembly
Rear door hinge removal steps
Centre pillar trim (Refer to GROUP
52A − Interior Trim .)
Rear door assembly
4.
5.
>>A<<
6.
7.
8.
9.
Rear door hinge removal steps
Rear door upper hinge
Rear door lower hinge
Striker removal steps
Striker
Shim
Damper removal
Damper
Door switch removal
Door switch
BODY
42A-53
DOOR
INSTALLATION SERVICE POINT
>>A<< STRIKER INSTALLATION
INSPECTION
M1423006000537
DOOR SWITCH CHECK
Latch centre
Striker centre
2
+1.5 mm
3
1
-1.5 mm
Striker
Latch
AC006126AC
Install the striker so that the striker centre does not
deviate more than ±1.5 mm from the latch centre.
AC211414 AD
Switch position Terminal
number
Normal
value
Release (ON)
1 − Earth, 2 −
Earth, 3 − Earth
Continuity
exists (2 Ω or
less)
Depressed
(OFF)
1 − Earth, 2 −
Earth, 3 − Earth
No continuity
BODY
42A-54
DOOR
DOOR GLASS AND REGULATOR
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
M1429001301697
Pre-removal operation
• Door trim assembly removal (Refer to GROUP 52A −
Door trim .)
• Waterproof film removal (Refer to P.42A-62.)
Post-installation operation
• Door window glass adjustment (Refer to P.42A-45.)
• Waterproof film installation (Refer to P.42A-62.)
• Door trim assembly installation (Refer to GROUP 52A −
Door trim .)
• Learning procedures of the power window fully closed
position (Refer to P.42A-47.)
<Front door>
6
1
7
3
5
2
5.0 ± 1.0 N·m
7.5 ± 1.5 N·m
4
5.0 ± 1.0 N·m
7.5 ± 1.5 N·m
6
5.0 ± 1.0 N·m
7
: Claw positions
ACB05778AB
1.
•
2.
3.
4.
<<A>>
5.
Door window glass assembly
removal steps
Door window glass runchannel
Door mirror assembly (Refer to
GROUP 51 − Door Mirror .)
Door window rear lower sash
Door window glass runchannel
rear
Door speaker bracket <Vehicles
with audio amplifier>
Door window glass assembly
•
4.
<<A>>
6.
7.
Power window regulator
removal steps
Front door speaker (Refer to
GROUP 54A − Speaker .)
Door speaker bracket <Vehicles
with audio amplifier>
Power window regulator assembly
Power window regulator motor
NOTE: For removal and installation of the power window switch, refer to GROUP 52A, Door trim .
BODY
42A-55
DOOR
<Rear door>
1
4
2
5
7.5 ± 1.5 N·m
5.0 ± 1.0 N·m
5
5.0 ± 1.0 N·m
7.5 ± 1.5 N·m
6
3
6
ACB05779AB
1.
2.
3.
<<A>>
4.
•
3.
<<A>>
5.
6.
Door window glass assembly
removal steps
Door window glass runchannel
Door window rear lower sash
Door speaker cover B <Vehicles
with audio amplifier>
Door window glass assembly
Power window regulator
removal steps
Rear door speaker (Refer to
GROUP 54A − Speaker .)
Door speaker cover B <Vehicles
with audio amplifier>
Power window regulator assembly
Power window regulator motor
NOTE: For removal and installation of the power window switch, refer to GROUP 52A, Door trim .
REMOVAL SERVICE POINT
<<A>> DOOR WINDOW GLASS ASSEMBLY/ POWER WINDOW REGULATOR
ASSEMBLY REMOVAL
<Front door>
Door speaker bracket
mounting hole
Channel guide mounting bolts
Service hole
ACB05676AB
<Rear door>
Service hole
Channel guide mounting bolts
ACB05677AB
BODY
42A-56
DOOR
1. Align the channel guide mounting bolt on the door
window glass with the adjusting hole to remove it.
CAUTION
<FRONT PASSENGER’S SWITCH>
Switch
Tester
Specified
position
connection
condition
UP
2 − 10,
2 − 8*
OFF
2 − 8*,
1 − 8*
DOWN
1 − 10,
1 − 8*
MB990480
Continuity
exists (2 Ω or
less)
NOTE: *: Set the window lock switch to UNLOCK
position.
AC605591AC
If any film or the like is applied to a door window
glass, use the window glass holder (Special tool:
MB990480) at the outside of the door glass to
prevent the film from peeling off.
2. Lift the door window glass, and attach the special
tool MB990480 to the glass as shown to prevent
the glass from falling.
3. Slant the door window glass and remove it
upward from the inside of the door <Rear door>.
4. Remove the power window regulator assembly.
INSPECTION
M1429001401423
POWER WINDOW MAIN SWITCH CONTINUITY CHECK
<REAR PASSENGER’S LEFT SWITCH>
Switch
Tester
Specified
position
connection
condition
UP
10 − 16,
8* − 16
OFF
8* − 15,
8* − 16
DOWN
10 − 15,
8* − 15
Continuity
exists (2 Ω or
less)
NOTE: *: Set the window lock switch to UNLOCK
position.
<REAR PASSENGER’S RIGHT SWITCH>
Switch
Tester
Specified
position
connection
condition
UP
10 − 12,
8* − 12
OFF
8* − 11,
8* − 12
DOWN
10 − 11,
8* − 11
Continuity
exists (2 Ω or
less)
NOTE: *: Set the window lock switch to UNLOCK
position.
ACC00124AB
<DRIVER’S SWITCH>
Switch
Tester
position
connection
UP
4 − 5,
3−8
OFF
4 − 8,
3−8
DOWN
3 − 5,
4−8
POWER WINDOW SUB SWITCH CONTINUITY CHECK
Specified
condition
Continuity
exists (2 Ω or
less)
ACB04987AB
BODY
42A-57
DOOR
Switch
position
Tester
connection
Specified
condition
UP
4 − 5, 6 − 7
OFF
4 − 5, 7 − 8
DOWN
4 − 6, 7 − 8
Continuity
exists (2 Ω or
less)
POWER WINDOW MOTOR CONTINUITY
CHECK
Connect a battery to the motor terminals and check
that the motor runs smoothly.
1. Check that the motor runs in the opposite
direction when the battery is connected with the
polarity reversed.
2. If a defect is found, replace the power window
motor assembly.
ACC00371AC
<FRONT DOOR (RH)>
Tester connection
Slider position
1(−) − 2(+)
UP
1(+) − 2(−)
DOWN
ACC00372AB
ACC00371AB
<REAR DOOR>
Tester connection
Slider position
<FRONT DOOR (LH)>
Tester connection
Slider position
1(−) − 4(+)
UP
1(−) − 3(+)
UP
1(+) − 4(−)
DOWN
1(+) − 3(−)
DOWN
BODY
42A-58
DOOR
DOOR HANDLE AND LATCH
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
M1423004601882
Pre-removal operation
• Door trim assembly removal (Refer to GROUP 52A −
Door Trim .)
• Waterproof film removal (Refer to P.42A-62.)
Post-installation operation
• Door inside handle play check (Refer to P.42A-50.)
• Door outside handle play check (Refer to P.42A-49.)
• Waterproof film installation (Refer to P.42A-62.)
• Door trim assembly installation (Refer to GROUP 52A −
Door Trim .)
<Front door>
6
4.0 ± 2.0 N·m
4
5
3
4.0 ± 2.0 N·m
2
7
15
7.5 ± 2.5 N·m
12
8
14
13
10 N
16
5.0 ± 1.0 N·m
11
5.0 ± 1.0 N·m
9
1
25 ± 4 N·m
: Claw positions
ACB05780AB
1
8
AC506540
AC502683
AC507354AI
1.
Door inside handle removal
Door inside handle
2.
3.
Door outside handle removal
steps
Plug
Door lock key cylinder (Driver's
side)
BODY
42A-59
DOOR
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
1.
9.
<<A>>
<<A>>
>>B<<
>>B<<
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
•
>>A<<
16.
Door outside handle removal
steps (Continued)
Door outside handle cover
Door outside handle
Door outside handle gasket
Door outside handle base
Keyless operation switch
Door latch assembly removal
steps
Door inside handle
Door speaker bracket <Vehicles
with audio amplifier>
Screw
Door lock cover
Door latch assembly
Door inside lock cable
Door inside handle cable
Door outside handle rod
Door check removal steps
Front door speaker (Refer to
GROUP 54A − Speaker .)
Door check
<Rear door>
5
3
4.0 ± 2.0 N·m
4
2
4.0 ± 2.0 N·m
11
6
10
8
9
7.5 ± 2.5 N·m
13
N7
5.0 ± 1.0 N·m
12
5.0 ± 1.0 N·m
1
25 ± 4 N·m
ACB05781AB
BODY
42A-60
DOOR
1
6
AC506540
AC502683
AC507354AJ
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
<<A>>
<<A>>
>>B<<
>>B<<
1.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
•
>>A<<
13.
Door inside handle removal
Door inside handle
Door outside handle removal
steps
Plug
Door outside handle cover
Door outside handle
Door outside handle gasket
Door outside handle base
Door latch assembly removal
steps
Door inside handle
Screw
Door lock cover
Door latch assembly
Door inside lock cable
Door inside handle cable
Door outside handle rod
Door check removal steps
Rear door speaker (Refer to
GROUP 54A, Speaker .)
Door check
REMOVAL SERVICE POINT
<<A>> DOOR LOCK COVER/ DOOR
LATCH ASSEMBLY REMOVAL
3. With the cover pulled out state, slide it toward
cabled side and remove it from the door latch
assembly.
INSTALLATION SERVICE POINTS
>>A<< DOOR CHECK INSTALLATION
Identification mark
AC904792AB
Install the door check with the following identification
mark facing upward.
Application
Front door
(1)
(2)
(3)
Left door
FL
Right door FR
Rear door
Door latch assembly
Door lock
cover
Identification
mark
Left door
RL
Right door RR
>>B<< DOOR INSIDE LOCK CABLE/
DOOR INSIDE HANDLE CABLE
INSTALLATION
Door inside handle
lock knob
Cable
Yellow
Door inside
lock cable
AC904767AB
Remove the door lock cover in the following procedures:
1. Release the upper and lower claws of the door
lock cover by using a flat-tipped screwdriver.
2. Pull the cover out a little.
Blue
Door inside
handle knob
Door inside
handle cable
AC904914AB
BODY
42A-61
DOOR
Connect the door inside lock cable and door inside
handle cable to the door inside handle according to
the identification colour marked on the cables as
shown in the illustration.
Switch
position
Terminal
number
Normal value
OFF
1−2
No continuity
INSPECTION
CENTRAL DOOR LOCK SWITCH CHECK
M1421007600990
DOOR LOCK ACTUATOR CHECK
Remove the power window switch (Refer to GROUP
52A − Door Trim ).
For the inspection of the door lock actuator, refer to
Door Latch Assembly Inspection (P.42A-47).
LOCK/UNLOCK SWITCH CHECK <VEHICLES WITH KOS>
ACC00124AC
Lock/unlock switch
Door outside
handle base
Switch
position
Tester connection
Specified
condition
LOCK
8 − 22
Continuity exists
(2 Ω or less)
OFF
8 − 22, 8 − 23
Open circuit
UNLOCK
8 − 23
Continuity exists
(2 Ω or less)
AC506541AD
Switch
position
Terminal
number
Normal value
ON
1−2
Continuity
exists (2 Ω or
less)
BODY
42A-62
DOOR
WINDOW GLASS RUNCHANNEL AND
DOOR OPENING WEATHERSTRIP
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
M1423003101914
<Front door>
1
5
25 ± 4 N·m
ACB05626
1
Sealant: 3M™ ATD Part No. 8625
or equivalent
3
11
2
B
A
12
B
A
A
A
A
10
9
A
A
A
B
A
A
(B)
6
8
B
7
4
5.0 ± 1.0 N·m
ACB05782
: Claw positions
Clip (A)
Clip (B)
Section A – A
Section B – B
(A)
6
6
Clip
ACB05814
Clip
ACB05815
ACC00292AB
BODY
42A-63
DOOR
Section A – A
Door beltline
moulding
Front
A
Section B – B
Door beltline
moulding
B
A
B
Door beltline moulding
Clip
ACC00234
ACC00236
Flat-tipped
screwdriver
NOTE
: Clip positions
•
>>A<<
1.
2.
•
3.
•
>>A<<
1.
4.
•
5.
6.
ACC00237
Door window
glass assembly
ACC00459AB
Waterproof film removal steps
Door trim assembly (Refer to
GROUP 52A − Door Trim .)
Waterproof film
Door window glass runchannel
removal steps
Door window glass runchannel
Door beltline weatherstrip inner
removal steps
Door trim assembly (Refer to
GROUP 52A − Door Trim .)
Door beltline weatherstrip inner
Door speaker cover removal
steps <Vehicles with audio
amplifier>
Door trim assembly (Refer to
GROUP 52A − Door Trim .)
Waterproof film
Door speaker cover
Door beltline moulding removal
steps
Door mirror assembly (Refer to
GROUP 51 − Door Mirror .)
Door beltline moulding
Door opening weatherstrip lower
removal
Door opening weatherstrip lower
>>A<<
>>A<<
<<A>>
Door speaker bracket removal
steps <Vehicles with audio
amplifier>
Door trim assembly (Refer to
•
GROUP 52A − Door Trim .)
1. Waterproof film
7. Door speaker bracket
Front lower sash removal steps
Door trim assembly (Refer to
•
GROUP 52A − Door Trim .)
1. Waterproof film
7. Door speaker bracket <Vehicles
with audio amplifier>
8. Front lower sash
9. Door window glass runchannel rear
Door opening weatherstrip inner
removal steps
Cowl side trim and front scuff plate
•
(Refer to GROUP 52A − Interior
Trim .)
10. Door opening weatherstrip inner
Door opening weatherstrip outer
removal steps
11. Door check connecting bolt
12. Door opening weatherstrip outer
BODY
42A-64
DOOR
<Rear door>
1
5
3
1
ACB05627
25 ± 4 N·m
Sealant: 3M™ ATD Part No. 8625
or equivalent
10
2
(B)
8
B
A
(A)
B
A
A
A
(C)
A
B
6
4
11
B
A
5.0 ± 1.0 N·m
7
ACB05783
Clip (A)
Clip (B)
Clip (C)
Clip (D)
Section A – A
Section B – B
(D)
9
6
6
Clip
ACB05814
Clip
ACB05815
ACC00293AB
BODY
42A-65
DOOR
Section A – A
Door beltline
moulding
Front
A
B
A
A
B
Door beltline moulding
Section B – B
Door beltline
moulding
A
Clip
ACC00235
ACC00236
Flat-tipped
screwdriver
ACC00237
Door window
glass assembly
NOTE
: Clip positions
•
>>B<<
1.
2.
•
3.
•
>>B<<
1.
4.
5.
6.
•
>>B<<
1.
7.
ACC00460AB
Waterproof film removal steps
Door trim assembly (Refer to
GROUP 52A − Door Trim .)
Waterproof film
Door window glass runchannel
removal
Door window glass runchannel
Door beltline weatherstrip inner
removal steps
Door trim assembly (Refer to
GROUP 52A − Door Trim .)
Door beltline weatherstrip inner
Door speaker cover A removal
steps <Vehicles with audio
amplifier>
Door trim assembly (Refer to
GROUP 52A − Door Trim .)
Waterproof film
Door speaker cover A
Door beltline moulding removal
Door beltline moulding
Door opening weatherstrip lower
removal
Door opening weatherstrip lower
Door speaker cover B removal
steps <Vehicles with audio
amplifier>
Door trim assembly (Refer to
GROUP 52A − Door Trim .)
Waterproof film
Door speaker cover B
>>B<<
>>A<<
<<A>>
Rear lower sash removal steps
Door trim assembly (Refer to
•
GROUP 52A − Door Trim .)
1. Waterproof film
7. Door speaker cover B <Vehicles
with audio amplifier>
8. Rear lower sash
Door opening weatherstrip inner
removal steps
Rear scuff plate (Refer to GROUP
•
52A − Interior Trim .)
9. Door opening weatherstrip inner
Door opening weatherstrip outer
removal steps
10. Door check connecting bolt
11. Door opening weatherstrip outer
REMOVAL SERVICE POINT
<<A>>DOOR OPENING WEATHERSTRIP
OUTER REMOVAL
Fabricated
tool
15 mm
4 mm
8 mm
Thickness:
1 mm
ACX00555 AC
Make the tool as shown in the figure, and remove the
weatherstrip from the door panel.
BODY
42A-66
DOOR
INSTALLATION SERVICE POINTS
>>A<< DOOR OPENING WEATHERSTRIP
INNER INSTALLATION
<Front door>
Notch
Section A – A
Marking
A
A
Notch
Gap: 0 mm
(Max 1.5 mm)
ACB05817
<Rear door>
Notch
Section B – B
Marking
B
B
Notch
Gap: 0 mm
(Max 1.5 mm)
ACB05813
ACC00270AB
Align the mark on the door opening weatherstrip
inner with the notch at the vehicle bode side as
shown.
BODY
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITHOUT ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
>>B<< WATERPROOF FILM
INSTALLATION
42A-67
Specified sealant: 3M ATD Part No. 8625 or
equivalent
CAUTION
<Front door>
Waterproof film
Inner panel water drain hole ACB05626
Waterproof film
<Rear door>
Inner panel water drain hole
ACB05627
ACC00128AB
When a waterproof film is applied, guide the
butyl rubber tape under the inner panel drain
hole.
Apply the specified adhesive to the water-proof film
as shown in the figure and stick the film.
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITHOUT ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
SEALANT
M1424000500311
Application
Brand name
Tailgate hinge
3M ATD Part No.8531 Heavy drip check sealer, 3M
ATD Part No.8646 Automotive joint and seam sealer
or equivalent
SPECIAL TOOLS
M1424000600415
Tool
a
MB990925AH
Number
Name
Use
MB990925
a. MB990939
Bearing and oil seal Tailgate striker adjustment
installer set
a. Remover bar
BODY
42A-68
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITHOUT ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
Tool
a
b
Number
Name
Use
MB991223
a. MB991219
b. MB991220
c. MB991221
d. MB991222
Harness set
a. Test harness
b. LED harness
c. LED harness
adapter
d. Probe
Terminal voltage measurement
a. For checking connector pin
contact pressure
b. For checking power supply
circuit
c. For checking power supply
circuit
d. For connecting a locally
sourced tester
MB992006
Extra fine probe
Continuity check and voltage
measurement at harness wire or
connector
c
d
DO NOT USE
MB991223BA
MB992006
TROUBLESHOOTING
ON-VEHICLE SERVICE
2. Replace the striker mounting screws with
temporary bolts, and use the remover bar (special
tool: MB990939) and a hammer to tap the
temporary bolt to the desired direction.
3. Tighten the striker mounting screws.
Tightening torque: 22 ± 3 N⋅m
TAILGATE ALIGNMENT
4. Install the rear end trim (Refer to GROUP 52A −
Interior Trims ).
M1424000700445
Locking and unlocking of the tailgate is controlled by
the central door locking system. For troubleshooting,
refer to P.42A-26.
M1424000900580
ADJUSTMENT OF ENGAGEMENT
BETWEEN STRIKER AND LATCH
ADJUSTMENT OF CLEARANCE
BETWEEN TAILGATE AND BODY
1. Remove the rear end trim (Refer to GROUP 52A
− Interior Trims ).
Temporary
bolts
MB990939
Striker
AC905218AB
Tailgate hinge
ACB05459AB
1. Loosen the tailgate hinge mounting bolts to adjust
the clearance between the tailgate and body.
2. Tighten the tailgate hinge mounting bolts.
Tightening torque: 12 ± 2 N⋅m
BODY
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITHOUT ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
ADJUSTMENT OF TAILGATE HEIGHT
M1424003500462
A
A
Section A – A
ACB05460
14 mm
Damper
ACC00086 AB
42A-69
Rotate the damper by using the arrow mark on the
damper as a guide to adjust the tailgate height. The
damper height is altered by roughly 4 mm when it is
rotated once.
NOTE: If a rattling noise is heard due to the vibration
of the tailgate when the vehicle is being driven,
adjust the damper height until the damper is seated
on the vehicle body. The damper should be seated
on the vehicle body regardless of a rattling noise.
BODY
42A-70
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITHOUT ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
TAILGATE
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
M1424001100963
Pre-removal operation
• Tailgate trim removal (Refer to GROUP 52A − Tailgate
Trim .)
• Rear wiper blade assembly, rear wiper motor and rear
washer hose removal (Refer to GROUP 51 − Rear Wiper
and Washer .)
• High-mounted stop lamp assembly removal (Refer to
GROUP 54A − High-mounted stop lamp .)
• Rear combination lamp assembly removal (Refer to
GROUP 54A − Rear Combination Lamp .)
• Tailgate garnish removal (Refer to GROUP 51 − Tailgate
Garnish .)
• Tailgate window glass removal (Refer to P.42A-20.)
Post-installation operation
• Tailgate alignment (Refer to P.42A-68.)
• Adjustment of tailgate height (Refer to P.42A-69.)
• Tailgate window glass installation (Refer to P.42A-20.)
• Tailgate garnish installation (Refer to GROUP 51 − Tailgate Garnish .)
• Rear combination lamp assembly installation (Refer to
GROUP 54A − Rear Combination Lamp .)
• High-mounted stop lamp assembly installation (Refer to
GROUP 54A − High-mounted stop lamp .)
• Rear wiper blade assembly, rear wiper motor and rear
washer hose installation (Refer to GROUP 51 − Rear
wiper and washer .)
• Tailgate trim installation (Refer to GROUP 52A − Tailgate
Trim .)
13
25 ± 4 N·m
13
12 ± 2 N·m
AC609611
13
25 ± 4 N·m
12 ± 2 N·m
7
10 ± 2 N·m
8
11
6
24 ± 2 N·m
10
14
9
5.0 ± 1.0 N·m
4
3
12
5
ACB05644
1
2
ACC00284AB
BODY
42A-71
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITHOUT ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
13
AC402763
Adhesive: 3M ATD Part No.8531 Heavy drip check sealer, 3M ATD Part No.8646 Automotive Joint and
Seam Sealer or equivalent
ACC00264AB
Tailgate assembly removal steps
Damper
Plug
Tailgate damper upper
Shim <Vehicles with shim>
Tailgate damper lower
Tailgate harness
Screw grommet
Licence plate pad
Tailgate gas spring connection
Ball joint
Tailgate gas spring assembly
Tailgate assembly
Tailgate hinge removal steps
Headlining (Refer to GROUP 52A −
•
Headlining .)
13. Tailgate hinge
Tailgate opening weatherstrip
removal
Rear end trim (Refer to GROUP
•
52A − Interior trim .)
14. Tailgate opening weatherstrip
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
<<A>>
>>B<<
>>A<<
REMOVAL SERVICE POINT
<<A>> TAILGATE GAS SPRING CONNECTION REMOVAL
CAUTION
• Do not disassemble or throw the tailgate gas
spring assembly into the fire.
• Before disposal, make a hole to remove the
gas.
• Make sure that the piston rod should not collect any foreign particles.
ACB05635
Tailgate gas
spring assembly
Pin
Boll joint
AC801037
ACC00097 AB
Slide the pin and remove the tailgate gas spring
assembly from the ball joint in the direction of the
arrow.
INSTALLATION SERVICE POINTS
>>A<< TAILGATE OPENING WEATHERSTRIP INSTALLATION
BODY
42A-72
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITHOUT ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
>>B<< TAILGATE HINGE INSTALLATION
A
A
Marking
Tailgate hinge
ACB05819
AC402763AB
Section A – A
Apply the specified sealant to the tailgate hinge
mounting surface, and install the tailgate hinge.
Specified Adhesive: 3M ATD Part No.8531
Heavy drip check sealer, 3M ATD Part
No.8646 Automotive joint and seam sealer or
equivalent
Marking
ACB05820
TAILGATE HANDLE AND LATCH
ACC00269AB
The marking on the tailgate opening weatherstrip
should be positioned at the centre of the body.
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
M1424001701076
Post-installation operation
• Tailgate alignment (Refer to P.42A-68.)
5.0 ± 1.0 N·m
2
4
9.0 ± 1.0 N·m
22 ± 3 N·m
3
1
ACC00333AB
BODY
42A-73
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITHOUT ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
•
>>B<<
1.
•
•
2.
•
>>A<<
3.
4.
Striker removal steps
Rear end trim (Refer to GROUP
52A − Interior trims .)
Striker
Tailgate lock release handle
removal steps
Tailgate trim (Refer to GROUP 52A
− Tailgate trims .)
Rear wiper motor assembly (Refer
to GROUP 51 -Rear Wiper and
Washer .)
Tailgate lock release handle
Tailgate latch removal steps
Tailgate trim (Refer to GROUP 52A
− Tailgate trims .)
Earth bolt
Tailgate latch assembly
INSTALLATION SERVICE POINTS
>>A<< TAILGATE LATCH ASSEMBLY
INSTALLATION
INSPECTION
M1424001800304
TAILGATE LOCK RELEASE HANDLE
(TAILGATE OPEN SWITCH) CHECK
Open switch
ACC00262AB
Switch
position
Terminal
number
Normal value
Push (open)
1−2
Continuity
exists (2 Ω or
less)
Release
1−2
No continuity
TAILGATE LOCK ACTUATOR CHECK
Open
Set
3
Lever
1
2
ACC00338AB
Install the tailgate latch assembly mounting bolts in
the numerical order.
ACB05959AB
>>B<< STRIKER INSTALLATION
Striker centre
Latch centre
+1.5 mm
-1.5 mm
Striker
Latch
AC402863AB
Install the striker so that the striker centre does not
deviate more than ±1.5 mm from the latch centre.
Lever
position
Battery
connection
Lever operation
At the
"SET"
position
• Connect
Lever moves
terminal 2 to
from "SET" to
negative battery "OPEN" position.
terminal.
• Connect
terminal 3 to
positive battery
terminal.
BODY
42A-74
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
TAILGATE LATCH SWITCH CHECK
Claw position
Terminal
number
Normal value
Unlatch (ON)/
Half-latch (ON)
1−2
Continuity
exists (2 Ω or
less)
Full-latch (OFF) 1 − 2
No continuity
ACB05958
Unlatch
(ON)
Half-latch
(ON)
Full-latch
(OFF)
AC905470
ACC00366AB
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
SERVICE SPECIFICATIONS
M1424000300072
Item
Standard value
Electric tailgate operating current (power supply 14.5 ± 0.5 V at 25°C) A
11 or less
ADHESIVE
M1424000500322
Application
Brand name
Tailgate hinge
3M ATD Part No.8531 Heavy drip check sealer, 3M
ATD Part No.8646 Automotive joint and seam sealer
or equivalent
SPECIAL TOOLS
M1424000600664
Tool
A
MB990925AF
Number
Name
Use
MB990925
A: MB990939
Bearing and oil seal Tailgate striker adjustment
installer set
A: Remover bar
BODY
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
Tool
a
MB992744
b
MB992745
c
DO NOT USE
MB992746
d
MB992747
e
MB992748
ACB05421AB
42A-75
Number
Name
Use
a. MB992744
b. MB992745
c. MB992746
d. MB992747
e. MB992748
a. Vehicle
communication
interface-Lite
(V.C.I.-Lite)
b. V.C.I.-Lite main
harness A (for
vehicles with
CAN
communication)
c. V.C.I.-Lite main
harness B (for
vehicles without
CAN
communication)
d. V.C.I.-Lite USB
cable short
e. V.C.I.-Lite USB
cable long
ECU check (M.U.T.-III diagnosis
code display and service data
display)
BODY
42A-76
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
Tool
a
MB991824
b
Number
Name
Use
MB991955
a. MB991824
b. MB991827
c. MB991910
d. MB991911
e. MB991825
f. MB991826
M.U.T.-III
sub-assembly
a. Vehicle
communication
interface (V.C.I.)
b. M.U.T.-III USB
cable
c. M.U.T.-III main
harness A (for
vehicles with
CAN
communication)
d. M.U.T.-III main
harness B (for
vehicles without
CAN
communication)
e. Measuring
adapter harness
f. M.U.T.-III trigger
harness
CAUTION
For vehicles with CAN
communication, use M.U.T.-III
main harness A to send the
simulated vehicle speed. If you
connect M.U.T.-III main harness
B instead, CAN communication
does not function correctly.
ECU check (M.U.T.-III diagnosis
code display and service data
display)
MB991223
a. MB991219
b. MB991220
c. MB991221
d. MB991222
Wiring harness set
a. Check harness
b. LED harness
c. LED harness
adapter
d. Probe
Continuity check and voltage
measurement at wiring harness or
connector
a. For checking connector pin
contact pressure
b. For checking power supply
circuit
c. For checking power supply
circuit
d. For connecting a locally
sourced tester
MB991827
c
MB991910
d
DO NOT USE
MB991911
e
MB991825
f
MB991826
MB991955
a
b
c
d
DO NOT USE
MB991223BA
BODY
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
Tool
42A-77
Number
Name
Use
MB992006
Extra fine probe
Continuity check and voltage
measurement at wiring harness or
connector
MB992006
ELECTRIC TAILGATE
TROUBLESHOOTING
DIAGNOSIS CODE CHART
M1424005300077
STANDARD FLOW OF DIAGNOSTIC
TROUBLESHOOTING
M1424002600187
CAUTION
If the battery/fuse is removed or replaced while
the electric tailgate is being opened, the electric
tailgate cannot be closed by performing the automatic operation. In this case, fully open the electric tailgate manually.
Refer to GROUP 00 − Contents of Troubleshooting .
CAUTION
During diagnosis, a diagnosis code associated with other system may be set when the ignition switch
is turned on with connector(s) disconnected. On completion, confirm all systems for diagnosis
code(s). If diagnosis code(s) are set, erase them all.
Diagnosis code No.
Diagnostic item
Reference
page
B2480
Electromagnetic clutch short
P.42A-78
B2481
Pulse sensor power supply short
P.42A-78
B2482
No detection of neutral SW
P.42A-78
B2483
No detection of full latch SW
P.42A-79
B2484
Right-side touch sensor open circuit
P.42A-80
B2485
Left-side touch sensor open circuit
P.42A-80
B2488
ECU internal error
P.42A-81
U0141
ETACS-ECU CAN time-out
P.42A-82
U0155
Meter CAN time-out
P.42A-83
U0164
A/C CAN time-out
P.42A-84
U0168
KOS CAN time-out
P.42A-85
U0184
AUDIO CAN time-out
P.42A-86
U0245
AND CAN time-out
P.42A-87
U1000
OSS CAN time-out*
P.42A-88
U1190
No receive fault defect signal
P.42A-89
U1195
Coding not completed
P.42A-89
NOTE: *: OSS = One-touch start system
42A-78
BODY
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
DIAGNOSIS CODE PROCEDURES
Code No. B2480: Electromagnetic clutch short
DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION
When the electromagnetic clutch of electric tailgate
motor is short circuited, the electric tailgate control
unit sets diagnosis code No. B2480.
JUDGMENT CRITERIA
When the electromagnetic clutch output current of
electric tailgate motor is detected to be abnormal, the
electric tailgate control unit sets diagnosis code No.
B2480.
PROBABLE CAUSES
Malfunction of the electric tailgate control unit.
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
Diagnosis code recheck
(1) Clear all the diagnosis codes stored in the electric
tailgate control unit.
(2) Operate the electric tailgate.
(3) Check whether a diagnosis code is set in the
electric tailgate control unit.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Replace the electric tailgate control unit.
NO : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
Code No. B2481: Pulse sensor power supply short
DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION
When the pulse sensor power supply of electric tailgate motor is short circuited, the electric tailgate control unit sets diagnosis code No. B2481.
JUDGMENT CRITERIA
When the pulse sensor power supply output current
of electric tailgate motor is detected to be abnormal,
the electric tailgate control unit sets diagnosis code
No. B2481.
PROBABLE CAUSES
Malfunction of the electric tailgate control unit.
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
Diagnosis code recheck
(1) Clear all the diagnosis codes stored in the electric
tailgate control unit.
(2) Operate the electric tailgate.
(3) Check whether a diagnosis code is set in the
electric tailgate control unit.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Replace the electric tailgate control unit.
NO : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
Code No. B2482: No detection of neutral SW
DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION
JUDGMENT CRITERIA
When the neutral switch signal of tailgate latch is not
detected, the electric tailgate control unit sets diagnosis code No. B2482.
When the electric tailgate motor returns to the neutral
position, if the neutral switch signal of tailgate latch is
not detected, the electric tailgate control unit sets
diagnosis code No. B2482.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Damaged wiring harness and connectors
• Malfunction of the electric tailgate control unit
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• Malfunction of tailgate latch
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DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 3. Check of open circuit in earth line
between tailgate latch connector (neutral switch
terminal) and body earth.
STEP 1. Neutral switch inspection.
Check the tailgate latch (refer to P.42A-119).
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 5.
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Replace the tailgate latch.
STEP 2. Resistance measurement at tailgate
latch connector (neutral switch earth line
terminal).
(1) Disconnect the connector, and measure at the
wiring harness side.
(2) Measure the resistance between the tailgate
latch connector (neutral switch earth line
terminal) and body earth.
OK: Continuity exists (2 Ω or less)
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 4.
NO : Go to Step 3.
STEP 4. Check of open circuit in NTL line
between electric tailgate control unit connector
and tailgate latch connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 5.
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 5. Diagnosis code recheck
(1) Clear all the diagnosis codes stored in the electric
tailgate control unit.
(2) Operate the electric tailgate.
(3) Check whether a diagnosis code is set in the
electric tailgate control unit.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Replace the electric tailgate control unit.
NO : The diagnosis is complete.
Code No. B2483: No detection of full latch SW
DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION
When the full latch switch signal of tailgate latch is
not detected, the electric tailgate control unit sets
diagnosis code No. B2483.
JUDGMENT CRITERIA
During the electric tailgate close operation, if the signal of tailgate latch full latch switch is not detected
consecutively for five times, the electric tailgate control unit sets diagnosis code No. B2483.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Damaged wiring harness and connectors
• Malfunction of the electric tailgate control unit
• Malfunction of tailgate latch
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Replace the tailgate latch.
STEP 2. Resistance measurement at tailgate
latch connector (full-latch switch earth line
terminal).
(1) Disconnect the connector, and measure at the
wiring harness side.
(2) Measure the resistance between the tailgate
latch connector (full-latch switch earth line
terminal) and body earth.
OK: Continuity exists (2 Ω or less)
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 4.
NO : Go to Step 3.
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 1. Full-latch switch check.
Check the tailgate latch (refer to P.42A-119).
Q: Is the check result normal?
STEP 3. Check of open circuit in earth line
between tailgate latch connector (full-latch
switch terminal) and body earth.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 5.
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
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STEP 4. Check of open circuit in FULL line
between electric tailgate control unit connector
and tailgate latch connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 5.
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 5. Diagnosis code recheck
(1) Clear all the diagnosis codes stored in the electric
tailgate control unit.
(2) Operate the electric tailgate.
(3) Check whether a diagnosis code is set in the
electric tailgate control unit.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Replace the electric tailgate control unit.
NO : The diagnosis is complete.
Code No. B2484: Right side touch sensor open circuit
DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION
When the tailgate sensor (RH) open circuit is
detected, the electric tailgate control unit sets diagnosis code No. B2484.
JUDGMENT CRITERIA
When the tailgate sensor (RH) open circuit is
detected, the electric tailgate control unit sets diagnosis code No. B2484.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Damaged wiring harness and connectors
• Tailgate sensor (RH) malfunction
• Malfunction of the electric tailgate control unit
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 1. Tailgate sensor (RH) check.
Check the tailgate sensor (RH) (refer to P.42A-119).
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Replace the tailgate sensor (RH).
STEP 2. Resistance measurement at tailgate
sensor (RH) connector (earth line terminal).
(1) Disconnect the connector, and measure at the
wiring harness side.
(2) Measure the resistance between the tailgate
sensor (RH) connector (earth line terminal) and
body earth.
OK: Continuity exists (2 Ω or less)
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 4.
NO : Go to Step 3.
STEP 3. Check of open circuit in TSG line
between electric tailgate control unit connector
and tailgate sensor (RH) connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 5.
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 4. Check of open circuit in TSR line
between electric tailgate control unit connector
and tailgate sensor (RH) connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 5.
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 5. Diagnosis code recheck
(1) Clear all the diagnosis codes stored in the electric
tailgate control unit.
(2) Operate the electric tailgate.
(3) Check whether a diagnosis code is set in the
electric tailgate control unit.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Replace the electric tailgate control unit.
NO : The diagnosis is complete.
Code No. B2485: Left side touch sensor open circuit
DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION
When the tailgate sensor (LH) open circuit is
detected, the electric tailgate control unit sets diag-
nosis code No. B2485.
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TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
JUDGMENT CRITERIA
When the tailgate sensor (LH) open circuit is
detected, the electric tailgate control unit sets diagnosis code No. B2485.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Damaged wiring harness and connectors
• Tailgate sensor (LH) malfunction
• Malfunction of the electric tailgate control unit
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 1. Tailgate sensor (LH) check.
Check the tailgate sensor (LH) (refer to P.42A-119).
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Replace the tailgate sensor (LH).
STEP 2. Resistance measurement at tailgate
sensor (LH) connector (earth line terminal).
(1) Disconnect the connector, and measure at the
wiring harness side.
(2) Measure the resistance between the tailgate
sensor (LH) connector (earth line terminal) and
body earth.
OK: Continuity exists (2 Ω or less)
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YES : Go to Step 4.
NO : Go to Step 3.
STEP 3. Check of open circuit in TSG line
between electric tailgate control unit connector
and tailgate sensor (LH) connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 5.
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 4. Check of open circuit in TSL line
between electric tailgate control unit connector
and tailgate sensor (LH) connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 5.
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 5. Diagnosis code recheck.
(1) Clear all the diagnosis codes stored in the electric
tailgate control unit.
(2) Operate the electric tailgate.
(3) Check whether a diagnosis code is set in the
electric tailgate control unit.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Replace the electric tailgate control unit.
NO : The diagnosis is complete.
Q: Is the check result normal?
Code No. B2488: ECU internal error
DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION
When a trouble is present to the electric tailgate control unit, diagnosis code No. B2488 is stored.
JUDGMENT CRITERIA
When an abnormality is present to the EEPROM
inside the electric tailgate control unit, the electric
tailgate control unit determines that a problem has
occurred.
PROBABLE CAUSES
Malfunction of the electric tailgate control unit
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
Diagnosis code recheck
(1) Clear all the diagnosis codes stored in the electric
tailgate control unit.
(2) Operate the electric tailgate.
(3) Check whether a diagnosis code is set in the
electric tailgate control unit.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Replace the electric tailgate control unit.
NO : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
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BODY
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
Code No. U0141: ETACS-ECU CAN Time-out
CAUTION
• If the diagnosis code No. U0141 is set, be sure
to diagnose the CAN bus line.
• When replacing the ECU, always check that
the communication circuit is normal.
• When the ETACS-ECU of vehicles without
KOS is replaced, the encrypted code of the
ignition key needs to be registered to the
ETACS-ECU. (If the encrypted code is not registered, the engine cannot be started. Register the encrypted code as described in
Immobilizer System − How to Register Key ID
.)
DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION
If the signal from ETACS-ECU cannot be received,
the electric tailgate control unit sets diagnosis code
No. U0141.
JUDGMENT CRITERIA
With the statuses that the ignition switch is at ON
position, system voltage is 10 to 16 V (data from
ETACS-ECU), and there is no malfunction to the
power supply fuse, or odometer value is 80.5 km or
more, if the communication with ETACS-ECU cannot
be established for 2,500 ms or more, the electric tailgate control unit determines that a problem has
occurred.
YES : Troubleshoot the ETACS-ECU. (Refer to
GROUP 54A − ETACS-ECU −
Troubleshooting .)
NO : Go to Step 3.
STEP 3. M.U.T.-III other system diagnosis code
Check if the diagnosis code No. U0141 is set to the
KOS-ECU, OSS-ECU, combination meter,
SRS-ECU, MMCS, radio and CD player or A/C-ECU.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Go to Step 4.
NO : Go to Step 5.
STEP 4. Check whether the diagnosis code is
reset.
Check again if the electric tailgate control unit sets a
diagnosis code.
(1) Erase the diagnosis code.
(2) Turn the ignition switch from "LOCK" (OFF)
position to "ON" position.
(3) Check if diagnosis code is set.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Replace the ETACS-ECU.
NO : An intermittent malfunction may be present.
(Refer to GROUP 00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Malfunction of ETACS-ECU
• Malfunction of the electric tailgate control unit
• Malfunction of CAN bus line
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 1. M.U.T.-III CAN bus diagnostics
Use M.U.T.-III to diagnose the CAN bus lines.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Repair the CAN bus lines. (Refer to GROUP
54C − Troubleshooting .)
STEP 2. M.U.T.-III diagnosis code for other
systems
Check if the ETACS-ECU-related diagnosis code is
set.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
STEP 5. Check whether the diagnosis code is
reset.
Check again if the electric tailgate control unit sets a
diagnosis code.
(1) Erase the diagnosis code.
(2) Turn the ignition switch from the LOCK (OFF)
position to the ON position.
(3) Check if the diagnosis code is set.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Replace the electric tailgate control unit.
NO : An intermittent malfunction may be present.
(Refer to GROUP 00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
BODY
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
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Code No. U0155: Meter CAN Time-out
CAUTION
• If diagnosis code No. U0155 is set, be sure to
diagnose the CAN bus line.
• Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the
communication circuit is normal.
DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION
If the signal from combination meter cannot be
received, the electric tailgate control unit sets diagnosis code No. U0155.
JUDGMENT CRITERIA
With the statuses that the ignition switch is at ON
position, system voltage is 10 to 16 V (data from
ETACS-ECU), and there is no malfunction to the
power supply fuse, or odometer value is 80.5 km or
more, if the communication with combination meter
cannot be established for 2,500 ms or more, the
electric tailgate control unit determines that a problem has occurred.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Malfunction of combination meter
• Malfunction of the electric tailgate control unit
• Malfunction of CAN bus line
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 1. M.U.T.-III CAN bus diagnostics
Use M.U.T.-III to diagnose the CAN bus lines.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Repair the CAN bus lines. (Refer to GROUP
54C − Troubleshooting .)
STEP 2. Check the M.U.T.-III Diagnosis code for
other systems
Check whether a combination meter-related diagnosis code is set.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Troubleshoot the combination meter. (Refer
to GROUP 54A − Troubleshooting )
NO : Go to Step 3.
STEP 3. M.U.T.-III other system diagnosis code
Check if the diagnosis code No. U0155 is set to the
KOS-ECU, OSS-ECU, MMCS, radio and CD player,
ETACS-ECU or A/C-ECU.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Go to Step 4.
NO : Go to Step 5.
STEP 4. Check whether the diagnosis code is
reset.
Check again if the electric tailgate control unit sets a
diagnosis code.
(1) Erase the diagnosis code.
(2) Turn the ignition switch from "LOCK" (OFF)
position to "ON" position.
(3) Check if diagnosis code is set.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Replace the combination meter.
NO : An intermittent malfunction may be present.
(Refer to GROUP 00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
STEP 5. Check whether the diagnosis code is
reset.
Check again if the electric tailgate control unit sets a
diagnosis code.
(1) Erase the diagnosis code.
(2) Turn the ignition switch from the LOCK (OFF)
position to the ON position.
(3) Check if the diagnosis code is set.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Replace the electric tailgate control unit.
NO : An intermittent malfunction may be present.
(Refer to GROUP 00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
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BODY
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
Code No. U0164: A/C CAN time-out
CAUTION
• If diagnosis code No. U0164 is set, be sure to
diagnose the CAN bus line.
• When replacing the ECU, always check that
the communication circuit is normal.
DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION
If the signal from A/C-ECU cannot be received, the
electric tailgate control unit sets diagnosis code No.
U0164.
JUDGMENT CRITERIA
With the statuses that the ignition switch is at ON
position, system voltage is 10 to 16 V (data from
ETACS-ECU), and there is no malfunction to the
power supply fuse, or odometer value is 80.5 km or
more, if the communication with A/C-ECU cannot be
established for 2,500 ms or more, the electric tailgate
control unit determines that a problem has occurred.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Malfunction of A/C-ECU
• Malfunction of the electric tailgate control unit
• Malfunction of CAN bus line
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 1. M.U.T.-III CAN bus diagnostics
Use M.U.T.-III to diagnose the CAN bus lines.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Repair the CAN bus lines. (Refer to GROUP
54C − Troubleshooting .)
STEP 2. M.U.T.-III diagnosis code for other
systems
Check if the A/C-ECU-related diagnosis code is set.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Perform troubleshooting for A/C-ECU.
(Refer to GROUP 55 − Troubleshooting .)
NO : Go to Step 3.
STEP 3. M.U.T.-III other system diagnosis code
Check if the diagnosis code No. U0164 is set to the
KOS-ECU, OSS-ECU, combination meter,
ETACS-ECU, MMCS or radio and CD player.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Go to Step 4.
NO : Go to Step 5.
STEP 4. Check whether the diagnosis code is
reset.
Check again if the electric tailgate control unit sets a
diagnosis code.
(1) Erase the diagnosis code.
(2) Turn the ignition switch from "LOCK" (OFF)
position to "ON" position.
(3) Check if diagnosis code is set.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Replace the radio and CD player.
NO : An intermittent malfunction may be present.
(Refer to GROUP 00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
STEP 5. Check whether the diagnosis code is
reset.
Check again if the electric tailgate control unit sets a
diagnosis code.
(1) Erase the diagnosis code.
(2) Turn the ignition switch from the LOCK (OFF)
position to the ON position.
(3) Check if the diagnosis code is set.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Replace the electric tailgate control unit.
NO : An intermittent malfunction may be present.
(Refer to GROUP 00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
BODY
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
42A-85
Code No.U0168: KOS/WCM CAN Time-out
CAUTION
• If diagnosis code No. U0168 is set, be sure to
diagnose the CAN bus line.
• When replacing the ECU, always check that
the communication circuit is normal.
DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION
If the signal from KOS-ECU cannot be received, the
electric tailgate control unit sets diagnosis code No.
U0168.
JUDGMENT CRITERIA
With the statuses that the ignition switch is at ON
position, system voltage is 10 to 16 V (data from
ETACS-ECU), and there is no malfunction to the
power supply fuse, or odometer value is 80.5 km or
more, if the communication with KOS-ECU cannot
be established for 2,500 ms or more, the electric tailgate control unit determines that a problem has
occurred.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Malfunction of KOS-ECU
• Malfunction of the electric tailgate control unit
• Malfunction of CAN bus line
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 1. M.U.T.-III CAN bus diagnostics
Use M.U.T.-III to diagnose the CAN bus lines.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Repair the CAN bus lines. (Refer to GROUP
54C − Troubleshooting .)
STEP 2. M.U.T.-III diagnosis code for other
systems
Check that KOS-ECU sets a diagnosis code.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Diagnose the KOS-ECU. (Refer to GROUP
42B − Diagnosis Code Chart .)
NO : Go to Step 3.
STEP 3. M.U.T.-III other system diagnosis code
Check if the diagnosis code No. U0168 is set to the
OSS-ECU, SRS-ECU, combination meter,
ETACS-ECU, MMCS, radio and CD player or
A/C-ECU.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Go to Step 4.
NO : Go to Step 5.
STEP 4. Check whether the diagnosis code is
reset.
Check again if the electric tailgate control unit sets a
diagnosis code.
(1) Erase the diagnosis code.
(2) Turn the ignition switch from "LOCK" (OFF)
position to "ON" position.
(3) Check if diagnosis code is set.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Replace the KOS-ECU.
NO : An intermittent malfunction may be present.
(Refer to GROUP 00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
STEP 5. Check whether the diagnosis code is
reset.
Check again if the electric tailgate control unit sets a
diagnosis code.
(1) Erase the diagnosis code.
(2) Turn the ignition switch from the LOCK (OFF)
position to the ON position.
(3) Check if the diagnosis code is set.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Replace the electric tailgate control unit.
NO : An intermittent malfunction may be present.
(Refer to GROUP 00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
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BODY
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
Code No.U0184: AUDIO CAN Time-out
CAUTION
• If diagnosis code No. U0184 is set, be sure to
diagnose the CAN bus line.
• When replacing the ECU, always check that
the communication circuit is normal.
DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION
If the signal from radio and CD player cannot be
received, the electric tailgate control unit sets diagnosis code No. U0184.
JUDGMENT CRITERIA
With the statuses that the ignition switch is at ON
position, system voltage is 10 to 16 V (data from
ETACS-ECU), and there is no malfunction to the
power supply fuse, or odometer value is 80.5 km or
more, if the communication with radio and CD player
cannot be established for 2,500 ms or more, the
electric tailgate control unit determines that a problem has occurred.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Malfunction of radio and CD player
• Malfunction of the electric tailgate control unit
• Malfunction of CAN bus line
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 1. M.U.T.-III CAN bus diagnostics
Use M.U.T.-III to diagnose the CAN bus lines.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Repair the CAN bus lines. (Refer to GROUP
54C − Troubleshooting .)
STEP 2. M.U.T.-III diagnosis code for other
systems
Check that radio and CD player sets a diagnosis
code.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Diagnose the radio and CD player. (Refer to
GROUP 54A − Diagnosis Code Chart .)
NO : Go to Step 3.
STEP 3. M.U.T.-III other system diagnosis code
Check if the diagnosis code No. U0184 is set to the
KOS-ECU, OSS-ECU, combination meter,
ETACS-ECU or A/C-ECU.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Go to Step 4.
NO : Go to Step 5.
STEP 4. Check whether the diagnosis code is
reset.
Check again if the electric tailgate control unit sets a
diagnosis code.
(1) Erase the diagnosis code.
(2) Turn the ignition switch from "LOCK" (OFF)
position to "ON" position.
(3) Check if diagnosis code is set.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Replace the radio and CD player.
NO : An intermittent malfunction may be present.
(Refer to GROUP 00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
STEP 5. Check whether the diagnosis code is
reset.
Check again if the electric tailgate control unit sets a
diagnosis code.
(1) Erase the diagnosis code.
(2) Turn the ignition switch from the LOCK (OFF)
position to the ON position.
(3) Check if the diagnosis code is set.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Replace the electric tailgate control unit.
NO : An intermittent malfunction may be present.
(Refer to GROUP 00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
BODY
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
42A-87
Code No.U0245: AND CAN Time-out
CAUTION
• If diagnosis code No. U0245 is set, be sure to
diagnose the CAN bus line.
• When replacing the ECU, always check that
the communication circuit is normal.
DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION
If the signal from MMCS cannot be received, the
electric tailgate control unit sets diagnosis code No.
U0184.
JUDGMENT CRITERIA
With the statuses that the ignition switch is at ON
position, system voltage is 10 to 16 V (data from
ETACS-ECU), and there is no malfunction to the
power supply fuse, or odometer value is 80.5 km or
more, if the communication with MMCS cannot be
established for 2,500 ms or more, the electric tailgate
control unit determines that a problem has occurred.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Malfunction of MMCS
• Malfunction of the electric tailgate control unit
• Malfunction of CAN bus line
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 1. M.U.T.-III CAN bus diagnostics
Use M.U.T.-III to diagnose the CAN bus lines.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Repair the CAN bus lines. (Refer to GROUP
54C − Troubleshooting .)
STEP 2. M.U.T.-III diagnosis code for other
systems
Check that MMCS sets a diagnosis code.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Diagnose the MMCS. (Refer to GROUP
54A − Diagnosis Code Chart .)
NO : Go to Step 3.
STEP 3. M.U.T.-III other system diagnosis code
Check if the diagnosis code No. U0245 is set to the
KOS-ECU, OSS-ECU, combination meter,
ETACS-ECU or A/C-ECU.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Go to Step 4.
NO : Go to Step 5.
STEP 4. Check whether the diagnosis code is
reset.
Check again if the electric tailgate control unit sets a
diagnosis code.
(1) Erase the diagnosis code.
(2) Turn the ignition switch from "LOCK" (OFF)
position to "ON" position.
(3) Check if diagnosis code is set.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Replace the MMCS.
NO : An intermittent malfunction may be present.
(Refer to GROUP 00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
STEP 5. Check whether the diagnosis code is
reset.
Check again if the electric tailgate control unit sets a
diagnosis code.
(1) Erase the diagnosis code.
(2) Turn the ignition switch from the LOCK (OFF)
position to the ON position.
(3) Check if the diagnosis code is set.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Replace the electric tailgate control unit.
NO : An intermittent malfunction may be present.
(Refer to GROUP 00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
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BODY
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
Code No.U1000: OSS CAN Time-out
CAUTION
• If diagnosis code No. U1000 is set, be sure to
diagnose the CAN bus line.
• When replacing the ECU, always check that
the communication circuit is normal.
DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION
If the signal from OSS-ECU cannot be received, the
electric tailgate control unit sets diagnosis code No.
U1000.
JUDGMENT CRITERIA
With the statuses that the ignition switch is at ON
position, system voltage is 10 to 16 V (data from
ETACS-ECU), and there is no malfunction to the
power supply fuse, or odometer value is 80.5 km or
more, if the communication with OSS-ECU cannot
be established for 2,500 ms or more, the electric tailgate control unit determines that a problem has
occurred.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Malfunction of OSS-ECU
• Malfunction of the electric tailgate control unit
• Malfunction of CAN bus line
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 1. M.U.T.-III CAN bus diagnostics
Use M.U.T.-III to diagnose the CAN bus lines.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Repair the CAN bus lines. (Refer to GROUP
54C − Troubleshooting .)
STEP 2. M.U.T.-III diagnosis code for other
systems
Check that OSS-ECU sets a diagnosis code.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Diagnose the OSS-ECU. (Refer to GROUP
42B − Diagnosis Code Chart .)
NO : Go to Step 3.
STEP 3. M.U.T.-III other system diagnosis code
Check if the diagnosis code No. U1000 is set to the
KOS-ECU, SRS-ECU, combination meter,
ETACS-ECU, MMCS, radio and CD player or
A/C-ECU.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Go to Step 4.
NO : Go to Step 5.
STEP 4. Check whether the diagnosis code is
reset.
Check again if the electric tailgate control unit sets a
diagnosis code.
(1) Erase the diagnosis code.
(2) Turn the ignition switch from "LOCK" (OFF)
position to "ON" position.
(3) Check if diagnosis code is set.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Replace the OSS-ECU.
NO : An intermittent malfunction may be present.
(Refer to GROUP 00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
STEP 5. Check whether the diagnosis code is
reset.
Check again if the electric tailgate control unit sets a
diagnosis code.
(1) Erase the diagnosis code.
(2) Turn the ignition switch from the LOCK (OFF)
position to the ON position.
(3) Check if the diagnosis code is set.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Replace the electric tailgate control unit.
NO : An intermittent malfunction may be present.
(Refer to GROUP 00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
BODY
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
42A-89
Code No.U1190 No receive fault detect signal
CAUTION
• Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the
power supply circuit, the earth circuit and the
communication circuit are normal.
• When the ETACS-ECU of vehicles without
KOS is replaced, the encrypted code of the
ignition key needs to be registered to the
ETACS-ECU. (If the encrypted code is not registered, the engine cannot be started. Register the encrypted code as described in
Immobilizer System − How to Register Key ID
.)
JUDGEMENT CRITERIA
ETACS-ECU sends the diagnosis code (U code)
detection permission or prohibition signal to each
ECU connected to the CAN bus line. If the electric
tailgate control unit cannot receive the diagnosis
code (U code) detection permission or prohibition
signal for 5 seconds after turning the electric motor
switch to ON position, diagnosis code U1190 will be
set.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Malfunction of the ETACS-ECU
• Malfunction of CAN bus line
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 1. M.U.T.-III CAN bus diagnostics
Use the M.U.T.-III to diagnose the CAN bus lines.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 2
NO : Repair the CAN bus line (Refer to GROUP
54C − Troubleshooting ). On completion, go
to Step 3.
STEP 2. Check whether the diagnosis code is
reset.
Check again if the diagnosis code is set to the electric tailgate control unit.
(1) Erase the diagnosis code.
(2) Turn the ignition motor switch from "LOCK" (OFF)
position to "ON" position.
(3) On completion, check that the diagnosis code is
reset.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Replace the ETACS-ECU. Then go to Step
3.
NO : The procedure is complete.
STEP 3. Check whether the diagnosis code is
reset.
Recheck if the diagnosis code is set to the electric
tailgate control unit.
(1) Erase the diagnosis code.
(2) Turn the ignition motor switch from "LOCK" (OFF)
position to "ON" position.
(3) On completion, check that the diagnosis code is
reset.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Return to Step 1.
NO : The procedure is complete.
Code No.U1195 Coding not completed
CAUTION
• If the diagnosis code No. U1195 is set, diagnose the CAN bus lines.
• Before replacing the electric tailgate control
unit, ensure that the power supply circuit, the
earth circuit and the communication circuit
are normal.
DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION
If the vehicle information data is not registered to the
electric tailgate control unit, the electric tailgate control unit sets the diagnosis code No. U1195.
JUDGMENT CRITERIA
With the global coding counter value "0," if all the global coding data (vehicle information) are not stored,
the electric tailgate control unit determines that a
problem has occurred.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Malfunction of CAN bus line
• Malfunction of electric tailgate control unit
• Malfunction of the ETACS-ECU
42A-90
BODY
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 1. M.U.T.-III CAN bus diagnostics
Use the M.U.T.-III to diagnose the CAN bus lines.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Repair the CAN bus line (Refer to GROUP
54C − Troubleshooting ).
STEP 2. M.U.T.-III other system diagnosis code
Check if diagnosis code is set to the ETACS-ECU.
STEP 3. Check whether the diagnosis code is
reset.
Check again if the diagnosis code is set to the electric tailgate control unit.
(1) Erase the diagnosis code.
(2) Turn the ignition switch from "LOCK" (OFF)
position to "ON" position.
(3) Check if diagnosis code is set.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Replace the electric tailgate control unit.
NO : The trouble can be an intermittent
malfunction (Refer to GROUP 00 − How to
use Troubleshooting/inspection Service
Points − How to Cope with Intermittent
Malfunction ).
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Troubleshoot the ETACS-ECU. (Refer to
GROUP 54A − Troubleshooting ).
NO : Go to Step 3.
DATA LIST REFERENCE TABLE
M1424007200054
Item No. Check items
Display on M.U.T.-III
Check conditions
Normal
conditio
ns
1
Main switch
Electric tailgate main switch:
OFF
OFF
Electric tailgate main switch:
ON
ON
Electric tailgate switch: OFF
OFF
Electric tailgate switch: ON
ON
Tailgate lock release handle:
OFF
OFF
Tailgate lock release handle:
ON
ON
Electric tailgate close switch:
OFF
OFF
Electric tailgate close switch:
ON
ON
Tailgate: Open
OFF
Tailgate: Close
ON
Tailgate: Other than overrun
position
OFF
Tailgate: Overrun position
ON
Tailgate: Open
OFF
Tailgate: Fully close
ON
Tailgate: During release
operation
OFF
Tailgate: During fully close
operation
ON
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Electric tailgate main
switch
Electric tailgate switch
Tailgate lock release
handle
Electric tailgate close
switch
Tailgate latch
Remote SW at driver's seat
Gate handle switch
Close switch
Half latch switch
Full latch switch
Half door switch
Neutral switch
BODY
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
Item No. Check items
9
10
Display on M.U.T.-III
Tailgate sensor left side Touch sensor (Left)
Tailgate sensor right
side
Touch sensor (Right)
42A-91
Check conditions
Normal
conditio
ns
Tailgate sensor left side: OFF
OFF
Tailgate sensor left side: ON
ON
Tailgate sensor left side: OFF
Open
circuit
Tailgate sensor right side: OFF OFF
Tailgate sensor right side: ON
ON
Tailgate sensor right side: OFF Open
circuit
11
Ignition switch
IG SW
Ignition switch: LOCK
OFF
Ignition switch: Other than
LOCK
ON
12
Electric tailgate control ECU power supply voltage
unit
−
System
voltage
13
Ignition switch
Ignition switch: LOCK
Lock
Ignition switch: ACC
OFF/AC
C
Ignition switch: ON
ON
Ignition switch: START
Start
Select lever position: P
(Parking)
P
Select lever position: R
(Reverse)
R
Select lever position: N
(Neutral)
N
14
Select lever position
IG SW (CAN input)
A/T lever position (CAN
input)
Select lever position: D (Drive) D
15
17
18
19
Central door locking
system
Key reminder switch
Central door lock (CAN
input)
Key in ignition state (CAN
data)
Central door locking system:
Lock
Lock
Central door locking system:
Unlock
Unlock
Emergency key not inserted to Out
ignition switch
Emergency key inserted to
ignition switch
In
Engine start function of KOS engine start (CAN
keyless operation
input)
system
Keyless operation key not
present inside vehicle
Disable
Keyless operation key present
inside vehicle
Enable
Combination meter
M.U.T.-III display and meter
display are the same
0 to 200
km/h
Vehicle speed (CAN data)
42A-92
BODY
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
Item No. Check items
Display on M.U.T.-III
Check conditions
20
Drive motor
Tailgate: Fully open position or Not
fully close position
active
21
22
Tailgate motor
assembly
Tailgate latch
Power latch motor
Normal
conditio
ns
Tailgate: During automatic
open operation
Open
direction
Tailgate: During automatic
close operation
Close
direction
Tailgate: Fully close position
Not
active
Tailgate: Open position →
Door-ajar position
Open
direction
Tailgate: Door-ajar position →
Fully close position
Close
direction
Buzzer: Stop
OFF
Buzzer: Sounding
ON
Tailgate control unit
(built-in buzzer)
Alarm buzzer
23
Tailgate motor
assembly
Drive motor control duty
Tailgate: During automatic
open/close operation
100%
24
Tailgate motor
assembly
Drive motor revolution
Tailgate: During automatic
open/close operation
0 − 655
rpm
25
Tailgate position
Gate position
Tailgate: During automatic
open/close operation
0−
65535
pulse
edge
26
Tailgate motor
assembly
Electromagnetic clutch duty
Tailgate: During open/close
operation
100%
28
Tailgate motor
assembly
Drive motor (CAN output)
Tailgate: Fully open position or Not
fully close position
active
29
Tailgate latch
Power latch motor (CAN
output)
Tailgate: During automatic
open operation
Open
direction
Tailgate: During automatic
close operation
Close
direction
Tailgate: Fully close position
Not
active
Tailgate: Fully close position → Open
Door-ajar position
direction
30
31
32
Tailgate: Door-ajar position →
Fully close position
Close
direction
Electric tailgate control Brake pedal switch (CAN
unit
input)
Brake pedal switch: OFF
OFF
Brake pedal switch: ON
ON
Electric tailgate control Parking brake switch (CAN
unit
input)
Parking brake switch: OFF
OFF
Parking brake switch: ON
ON
Electric tailgate control System BATT. voltage (CAN −
unit
input)
System
voltage
BODY
42A-93
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
ACTUATOR TEST TABLE
M1424007300039
Item No.
Check items
Driven component
1
Drive motor
Forcibly drive the electric tailgate motor assembly.
2
Electromagnetic clutch
Forcibly drive the electromagnetic clutch of electric tailgate
motor assembly.
3
Power latch motor (latch
open)
Forcibly drive the tailgate latch.
4
Alarm buzzer
Forcibly sound the buzzer.
5
Hazard answer back
request
Forcibly illuminate the hazard answerback.
TROUBLE SYMPTOM CHART
M1424005600089
CAUTION
During diagnosis, a diagnosis code associated with other system may be set when the ignition switch
is turned on with connector(s) disconnected. On completion, confirm all systems for diagnosis
code(s). If diagnosis code(s) are set, erase them all.
Trouble symptom
Inspection
procedure
number
Reference
page
Power supply circuit system abnormality of electric tailgate control unit. A-1
P.42A-94
Electric tailgate automatic operation and easy closer system do not
work normally.
A-2
P.42A-95
The electric tailgate automatic operation does not work normally (both
the open operation and close operation do not work).
A-3
P.42A-96
Electric tailgate automatic operation (close) does not work normally.
A-4
P.42A-97
Electric tailgate automatic operation (open) does not work normally.
A-5
P.42A-98
Electric tailgate automatic operation does not work normally by the
operation of electric tailgate close switch (only the close of automatic
operation).
A-6
P.42A-99
Electric tailgate automatic operation does not work normally by the
A-7
operation of keyless operation key (for both open and close operations).
P.42A-100
Electric tailgate automatic operation does not work normally by the
operation of tailgate lock release handle (only the open of automatic
operation).
A-8
P.42A-100
Electric tailgate automatic operation does not work normally by the
A-9
operation of electric tailgate switch (for both open and close operations).
P.42A-101
Easy closer system and electric tailgate automatic operation (open)
work with the door locked.
A-10
P.42A-101
Alarm does not sound normally when electric tailgate works
automatically.
A-11
P.42A-102
Electric tailgate becomes as door-ajar.
A-12
P.42A-103
42A-94
BODY
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
SYMPTOM PROCEDURES
Inspection Procedure A-1: Power supply circuit system abnormality of electric tailgate control unit.
CAUTION
Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the input
and output signal circuits are normal.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
If the electric tailgate control unit functions do not
work at all, the electric tailgate control unit power
supply system, earth system, or electric tailgate control unit may have a problem.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Damaged wiring harness and connectors
• Malfunction of the electric tailgate control unit
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 1. Resistance measurement at electric
tailgate control unit connector.
(1) Disconnect the connector, and measure at the
wiring harness side.
(2) Measure the resistance between electric tailgate
control unit connecter and body earth.
OK: Continuity exists (2 Ω or less)
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 3.
NO : Go to Step 2.
STEP 2. Check of open circuit in GND1 line
between electric tailgate control unit connector
and body earth.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 3. Voltage measurement at electric tailgate
control unit connector (BAT2 and IG12 terminal).
(1) Disconnect the connector, and measure at the
wiring harness side.
(2) Measure the voltage between electric tailgate
control unit connecter (BAT2 terminal) and body
earth.
OK: System voltage
(3) Measure the voltage between electric tailgate
control unit connecter (IG12 terminal) and body
earth.
OK: System voltage (when ignition switch
is ON)
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 5.
NO : Go to Step 4.
STEP 4. Check of open circuit in BAT2 and IG12
line between electric tailgate control unit
connector and fusible link and OSS-ECU (IG1).
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 5. Voltage measurement at electric tailgate
control unit connector (BAT1 terminal).
(1) Disconnect the connector, and measure at the
wiring harness side.
(2) Measure the voltage between electric tailgate
control unit connecter (BAT1 terminal) and body
earth.
OK: System voltage
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 7.
NO : Go to Step 6.
STEP 6. Check of open circuit in BAT1 line
between electric tailgate control unit connector
and fusible link.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 7. System retest
Check that the electric tailgate control unit function
works normally.
Q: Is the check result normal?
BODY
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
42A-95
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
NO : Replace the electric tailgate control unit.
Inspection Procedure A-2: Electric tailgate automatic operation and easy closer system do not work
normally.
CAUTION
Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the input
and output signal circuits are normal.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
STEP 4. M.U.T.-III diagnosis code
(1) Operate the electric tailgate.
(2) Check whether a diagnosis code is set in the
electric tailgate control unit.
The wiring harness or its connector(s) between the
ETACS-ECU and the electric tailgate control unit, the
ETACS-ECU itself or the electric tailgate control unit
itself may be defective.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Refer to diagnosis code chart P.42A-77.
NO : Go to Step 5.
PROBABLE CAUSES
STEP 5. M.U.T.-III data list
Check the signals related to the electric tailgate operation.
• Turn the ignition switch to the LOCK (OFF) position.
• Malfunction of ETACS-ECU
• Damaged electric tailgate control unit
• Damaged wiring harness and connectors
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 1. Keyless entry system operation check.
Check that the door lock/unlock is performed when
the keyless operation key is operated.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Refer to GROUP 42B − Trouble Symptom
Chart .
STEP 2. M.U.T.-III CAN bus diagnostics
Use M.U.T.-III to diagnose the CAN bus lines.
Q: Is the CAN bus normal?
YES : Go to Step 3.
NO : Repair the CAN bus line. (Refer to GROUP
54C − CAN Bus Line Trouble Symptom
Chart .)
STEP 3. M.U.T.-III diagnosis code
Check that ETACS-ECU sets a diagnosis code.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Refer to GROUP 54A − Diagnosis Code
Chart .
NO : Go to Step 4.
Item No.
Item name
Normal
conditions
Item 12
ECU power
supply voltage
System voltage
OK: Normal conditions are displayed for all
the items.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 6.
NO : Refer to Inspection Procedure A-1 "Power
supply voltage abnormality of electric
tailgate control unit" P.42A-94.
STEP 6. System retest
Check that the electric tailgate and the easy closer
system work normally.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
NO : Replace the electric tailgate control unit.
42A-96
BODY
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
Inspection Procedure A-3: The electric tailgate automatic operation does not work normally (.both the
open operation and close operation do not work).
CAUTION
Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the input
and output signal circuits are normal.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
Component other than Mitsubishi genuine parts or
accessories is fitted on the tailgate. The quarter trim
interferes with the electric tailgate motor arm. There
may also be a malfunction in one of the followings;
the tailgate gas spring, the door-ajar switch system,
the electric tailgate main switch system, the tailgate
sensor system, the wiring harness or its connector(s)
between the battery and the electric tailgate control
unit, the wiring harness or its connector(s) between
the electric tailgate control unit and body earth, the
electric tailgate motor itself or the electric tailgate
control unit itself.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• A component other than Mitsubishi genuine parts
or accessories is fitted on the tailgate.
• The quarter trim interferes with the electric tailgate motor arm.
• Door-ajar switch system failed
• Electric tailgate main switch system malfunction
• Tailgate sensor system malfunction
• Damaged tailgate gas spring
• Damaged electric tailgate motor
• Damaged electric tailgate control unit
• Damaged wiring harness and connectors
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 1. Parts installation check of tailgate
Check whether a component other than Mitsubishi
genuine parts or accessories is fitted on the tailgate.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Remove the components other than
Mitsubishi genuine parts or accessories.
STEP 2. Tailgate gas spring check
Visually check the tailgate gas spring for damage.
Also, check the manual operation for any problems
such as the operation is too light or too heavy.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 3.
NO : Replace the tailgate gas spring.
STEP 3. Interference inspection: quarter trim and
electric tailgate motor arm
Check whether the quarter trim interferes with the
electric tailgate motor arm.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 4.
NO : Install the electric tailgate control unit or the
quarter trim securely.
STEP 4. M.U.T.-III data list
Check the signals related to the electric tailgate operation.
• Electric tailgate main switch: OFF → ON
• Door-ajar switch: OFF → ON
• Tailgate sensor LH: OFF → ON
• Tailgate sensor RH: OFF → ON
Item No.
Item name
Normal
conditions
Item 1
Main switch
OFF → ON
Item 7
Half door switch
OFF → ON
Item 9
Touch sensor (left)
OFF → ON
Item 10
Touch sensor (right) OFF → ON
Item 12
ECU power supply
voltage
System
voltage
OK: Normal conditions are displayed for all
the items.
Q: Is the check result normal?
All are normal. : Go to Step 5.
Normal condition is not displayed for item No. 1. :
Refer to Inspection Procedure B-1 "Electric
tailgate main switch signal is not received"
P.42A-104.
Normal condition is not displayed for item No. 7. :
Refer to Inspection Procedure B-4
"Door-ajar switch signal is not received"
P.42A-107.
Normal condition is not displayed for item 9 and
10. : Refer to Inspection Procedure B-7 "Tailgate
sensor signal is not received" P.42A-110.
Normal condition is not displayed for item No. 12. :
Refer to Inspection Procedure A-1 "Power
supply voltage abnormality of electric
tailgate control unit" P.42A-94.
BODY
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
STEP 5. System retest
Check whether the electric tailgate works normally.
Q: Is the check result normal?
42A-97
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Cope with Intermittent
Malfunction .)
NO : Replace the electric tailgate control unit.
Inspection Procedure A-4: Electric tailgate automatic operation (close) does not work normally.
CAUTION
Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the input
and output signal circuits are normal.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
Component other than Mitsubishi genuine parts or
accessories is fitted on the tailgate. The quarter trim
interferes with the electric tailgate motor arm. There
may also be a malfunction in one of the followings;
the improperly installed weatherstrip, the tailgate gas
spring, the half latch switch system, the neutral
switch system or the electric tailgate control unit
itself.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• A component other than Mitsubishi genuine parts
or accessories is fitted on the tailgate.
• The quarter trim interferes with the electric tailgate motor arm.
• Improperly installed weatherstrip
• Half latch switch system failed
• Neutral latch switch system failed
• Damaged tailgate gas spring
• Damaged electric tailgate control unit
• Damaged wiring harness and connectors
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 1. Check of electric tailgate control unit
learning
When the electric tailgate control unit is replaced,
battery is replaced, or fuse is replaced with the tailgate open, the learning of electric tailgate control unit
must be performed. With the electric tailgate control
unit learning, manually fully close the tailgate that is
open.
Q: Is a replacement of electric tailgate control unit,
battery, or fuse with tailgate open performed?
YES : Manually fully close the tailgate that is open.
Go to Step 7.
NO : Go to Step 2.
STEP 2. Parts installation check of tailgate
Check whether a component other than Mitsubishi
genuine parts or accessories is fitted on the tailgate.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 3.
NO : Remove the components other than
Mitsubishi genuine parts or accessories.
STEP 3. Tailgate gas spring check
Visually check the tailgate gas spring for damage.
Also check whether its operation is too smooth or too
heavy.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 4.
NO : Replace the tailgate gas spring.
STEP 4. Interference inspection: quarter trim and
electric tailgate motor arm
Check whether the quarter trim interferes with the
electric tailgate motor arm.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 5.
NO : Install the electric tailgate control unit or the
quarter trim securely.
STEP 5. Weatherstrip installation check
Is the weatherstrip installed properly? Also check
whether the weatherstrip is loose.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 6.
NO : Install the weatherstrip securely.
BODY
42A-98
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
STEP 6. M.U.T.-III data list
Check the signals related to the electric tailgate operation.
• Half latch switch: OFF → ON
• Neutral switch: OFF → ON
Item No.
Item name
Normal
conditions
Item 5
Half-latch SW
OFF → ON
Item 8
Neutral SW
OFF → ON
OK: Normal conditions are displayed for all
the items.
Q: Is the check result normal?
All are normal. : Go to Step 7.
Normal condition is not displayed for item No. 5. :
Refer to Inspection Procedure B-6 "Half
latch switch signal is not received"
P.42A-108.
Normal condition is not displayed for item No. 8. :
Refer to Inspection Procedure B-5 "Neutral
switch signal is not received" P.42A-108.
STEP 7. System retest
Check whether the electric tailgate works normally.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
NO : Replace the electric tailgate control unit.
Inspection Procedure A-5: Electric tailgate automatic operation (open) does not work normally.
CAUTION
Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the input
and output signal circuits are normal.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
Component other than Mitsubishi genuine parts or
accessories is fitted on the tailgate. The quarter trim
interferes with the electric tailgate motor arm. There
may also be a malfunction in one of the followings;
the tailgate gas spring, the door-ajar switch system,
the electric tailgate main switch system, or the electric tailgate control unit itself.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• A component other than Mitsubishi genuine parts
or accessories is fitted on the tailgate.
• The quarter trim interferes with the electric tailgate motor arm.
• Door-ajar switch system failed
• Electric tailgate main switch system malfunction
• Damaged tailgate gas spring
• Damaged electric tailgate control unit
• Damaged wiring harness and connectors
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 1. Parts installation check of tailgate
Check whether a component other than Mitsubishi
genuine parts or accessories is fitted on the tailgate.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Remove the components other than
Mitsubishi genuine parts or accessories.
STEP 2. Tailgate gas spring check
Visually check the tailgate gas spring for damage.
Also check whether its operation is too smooth or too
heavy.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 3.
NO : Replace the tailgate gas spring.
STEP 3. Interference inspection: quarter trim and
electric tailgate motor arm
Check whether the quarter trim interferes with the
electric tailgate motor arm.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 4.
NO : Install the electric tailgate control unit or the
quarter trim securely.
BODY
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
STEP 4. M.U.T.-III data list
Check the signals related to the electric tailgate operation.
• Electric tailgate main switch: OFF → ON
• Door-ajar switch: OFF → ON
Item No.
Item name
Normal
conditions
Item 1
Main switch
OFF → ON
Item 7
Half door switch
OFF → ON
OK: Normal conditions are displayed for all
the items.
42A-99
All are normal. : Go to Step 5.
Normal condition is not displayed for item No. 1. :
Refer to Inspection Procedure B-1 "Electric
tailgate main switch signal is not received"
P.42A-104.
Normal condition is not displayed for item No. 7. :
Refer to Inspection Procedure B-4
"Door-ajar switch signal is not received"
P.42A-107.
STEP 5. System retest
Check whether the electric tailgate works normally.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
Q: Is the check result normal?
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
NO : Replace the electric tailgate control unit.
Inspection Procedure A-6: Electric tailgate automatic operation does not work normally by the
operation of electric tailgate close switch (only the close of automatic operation).
CAUTION
Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the input
and output signal circuits are normal.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
The electric tailgate close switch system or the electric tailgate control unit may have a problem.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Electric tailgate close switch system failed
• Damaged electric tailgate control unit
• Damaged wiring harness and connectors
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 1. M.U.T.-III data list
Check the signals related to the electric tailgate operation.
• Electric tailgate close switch: OFF → ON
Item No.
Item name
Normal
conditions
Item 4
Close SW
OFF → ON
OK: Normal conditions are displayed for all
the items.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Refer to Inspection Procedure B-2 "Electric
tailgate close switch signal is not received"
P.42A-105.
STEP 2. System retest
Check whether the electric tailgate works normally.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
NO : Replace the electric tailgate control unit.
42A-100
BODY
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
Inspection Procedure A-7: Electric tailgate automatic operation does not work normally by the
operation of keyless operation key (for both open and close operations).
CAUTION
Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the input
and output signal circuits are normal.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
The keyless operation key or the electric tailgate
control unit may be defective.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Malfunction of keyless operation key
• Damaged electric tailgate control unit
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 3. M.U.T.-III diagnosis code
Check that ETACS-ECU sets a diagnosis code.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Refer to GROUP 54A − Diagnosis Code
Chart .
NO : Go to Step 4.
STEP 4: System retest using the normal keyless
operation key
(1) Register the keyless operation key which
operates the electric tailgate normally.
(2) Check whether the electric tailgate works
normally.
STEP 1. Keyless entry system operation check
Check that the door lock/unlock is performed when
the keyless operation key is operated.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Replace the keyless operation key.
NO : Go to Step 5.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Refer to GROUP 42B − Trouble Symptom
STEP 5. System retest
Check whether the electric tailgate works normally.
Chart .
STEP 2. M.U.T.-III CAN bus diagnostics
Use M.U.T.-III to diagnose the CAN bus lines.
Q: Is the CAN bus normal?
YES : Go to Step 3.
NO : Repair the CAN bus line. (Refer to GROUP
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
NO : Replace the electric tailgate control unit.
54C − CAN Bus Line Trouble Symptom
Chart .)
Inspection Procedure A-8: Electric tailgate automatic operation does not work normally by the
operation of tailgate lock release handle (only the open of automatic operation).
CAUTION
Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the input
and output signal circuits are normal.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
The tailgate lock release handle or the electric tailgate control unit may be defective.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Tailgate lock release handle system failed
• Damaged electric tailgate control unit
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 1. M.U.T.-III data list
Check the signals related to the electric tailgate operation.
• Tailgate lock release handle: OFF → ON
Item No.
Item name
Normal
conditions
Item 3
Gate handle SW
OFF → ON
OK: Normal conditions are displayed for all
the items.
Q: Is the check result normal?
BODY
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Refer to Inspection Procedure B-3 "Tailgate
lock release handle signal is not received"
P.42A-106.
42A-101
STEP 2. System retest
Check that the tailgate opens normally with the operation of tailgate lock release handle.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
NO : Replace the electric tailgate control unit.
Inspection Procedure A-9: Electric tailgate automatic operation does not work normally by the
operation of electric tailgate switch. (Open/close operation is not performed.)
CAUTION
Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the input
and output signal circuits are normal.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
The electric tailgate switch system or the electric tailgate control unit may have a problem.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Malfunction of electric tailgate switch system
• Damaged electric tailgate control unit
• Damaged wiring harness and connectors
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Refer to Inspection Procedure B-8 "Electric
tailgate switch signal is not received"
P.42A-111.
STEP 2. System retest
Check whether the electric tailgate works normally.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
NO : Replace the electric tailgate control unit.
STEP 1. M.U.T.-III data list
Check the signals related to the electric tailgate operation.
• Electric tailgate switch: OFF → ON
Item No.
Item name
Normal
conditions
Item 2
Driver's door remote OFF → ON
control SW
OK: Normal conditions are displayed for all
the items.
Q: Is the check result normal?
Inspection Procedure A-10: Easy closer system and electric tailgate automatic operation (open) work
with the door locked.
CAUTION
Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the input
and output signal circuits are normal.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
The central door locking or the electric tailgate con-
trol unit may have a problem.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Malfunction of central door locking
• Damaged electric tailgate control unit
42A-102
BODY
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 3. M.U.T.-III diagnosis code
Check that ETACS-ECU sets a diagnosis code.
STEP 1. Check the operation of the central door
locking system.
Check that the doors can be locked and unlocked
normally when the door lock key cylinder or the door
lock inside knob is operated.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Refer to GROUP 54A − Diagnosis Code
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Refer to Trouble Symptom Chart P.42A-26.
STEP 4. System retest
Check that the automatic operations of easy closer
system and electric tailgate work normally.
STEP 2. M.U.T.-III CAN bus diagnostics
Use M.U.T.-III to diagnose the CAN bus lines.
Q: Is the CAN bus normal?
YES : Go to Step 3.
NO : Repair the CAN bus line. (Refer to GROUP
Chart .
NO : Go to Step 4.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
NO : Replace the electric tailgate control unit.
54C − CAN Bus Line Trouble Symptom
Chart .)
Inspection Procedure A-11: Alarm does not sound normally when electric tailgate works
automatically.
CAUTION
Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the input
and output signal circuits are normal.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
The wiring harness or its connector(s) between the
electric tailgate buzzer and the electric tailgate control unit, the electric tailgate buzzer itself or the electric tailgate control unit itself may be defective.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Damaged electric tailgate buzzer
• Damaged electric tailgate control unit
• Damaged wiring harness and connectors
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 1. M.U.T.-III actuator test
Perform the actuator test, and check that the electric
tailgate buzzer sounds.
• Item 4: Warning buzzer
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 6.
NO : Go to Step 2.
STEP 2. Electric tailgate buzzer inspection
Check the electric tailgate buzzer. Refer to
P.42A-119.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 3.
NO : Replace the electric tailgate buzzer.
STEP 3. Resistance measurement at electric
tailgate buzzer connector
(1) Disconnect the connector, and measure at the
wiring harness side.
(2) Measure the resistance between buzzer
connector and body earth.
OK: 10 Ω or less
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 5.
NO : Go to Step 4.
STEP 4. Check of open circuit in earth line
between electric tailgate buzzer connector and
body earth.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
BODY
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
STEP 5. Check of short to power supply, short to
earth, and open circuit in BZ+ line between
electric tailgate control unit connector and
electric tailgate buzzer connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 6.
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
42A-103
STEP 6. System retest
Check whether the warning operates normally when
the electric tailgate is operated.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
NO : Replace the electric tailgate control unit.
Inspection Procedure A-12: Electric tailgate becomes as door-ajar.
CAUTION
Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the input
and output signal circuits are normal.
electric tailgate control unit.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Refer to diagnosis code chart P.42A-77.
With the electric tailgate, when the door-ajar status is
reached before the closing of tailgate, the easy
closer system is activated, and the tailgate is fully
closed automatically. If an abnormality is present to
the easy closer system, check the switches. When
no abnormality is present to the switches, check the
use method of tailgate. (When the tailgate lock
release handle is operated manually, and if the tailgate is left as is without being opened, a door-ajar
status may occur. Therefore, be sure not to leave the
tailgate in the middle of operation.)
STEP 2. M.U.T.-III data list
Check the signals related to the electric tailgate operation.
• Tailgate lock release handle: OFF → ON
• Half latch switch: OFF → ON
• Full latch switch: OFF → ON
• Door-ajar switch: OFF → ON
• Neutral switch: OFF → ON
• Tailgate sensor LH: OFF → ON
• Tailgate sensor RH: OFF → ON
PROBABLE CAUSES
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Malfunction of the tailgate lock release handle
Door-ajar switch system failed
Neutral latch switch system failed
Half latch switch system failed
Full latch switch system malfunction
Tailgate sensor malfunction
Incorrect operation of tailgate lock release handle
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 1. M.U.T.-III diagnosis code
(1) Operate the electric tailgate.
(2) Check whether a diagnosis code is set in the
Item No.
Item name
Normal
conditions
Item 3
Gate handle SW
OFF → ON
Item 5
Half-latch SW
OFF → ON
Item 6
Full-latch SW
OFF → ON
Item 7
Half door switch
OFF → ON
Item 8
Neutral SW
OFF → ON
Item 9
Touch sensor (left)
OFF → ON
Item 10
Touch sensor (right) OFF → ON
OK: Normal conditions are displayed for all
the items.
Q: Is the check result normal?
42A-104
BODY
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
All are normal. : When the tailgate lock release
handle is operated manually, and if the
tailgate is left as is without being opened, a
door-ajar status may occur. Therefore, be
sure not to leave the tailgate in the middle of
operation. Go to Step 3.
Normal condition is not displayed for item No. 3. :
Refer to Inspection Procedure B-3 "Tailgate
lock release handle signal is not received"
P.42A-106.
Normal condition is not displayed for item 5 and 6.
:
Refer to Inspection Procedure B-6 "Half
STEP 3. System retest
Check whether the electric tailgate works normally.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
NO : Replace the electric tailgate control unit.
INPUT SIGNAL CHART
M1424007400058
latch switch and/or full latch switch signals
are not received" P.42A-108.
Normal condition is not displayed for item No. 7. :
Refer to Inspection Procedure B-4
"Door-ajar switch signal is not received"
P.42A-107.
Normal condition is not displayed for item No. 8. :
Refer to Inspection Procedure B-5 "Neutral
switch signal is not received" P.42A-108.
Normal condition is not displayed for item 9 and
10. : Refer to Inspection Procedure B-7 "Tailgate
sensor signal is not received" P.42A-110.
Trouble symptom
Inspection
procedure
number
Reference
page
Electric tailgate main switch signal is not received.
B-1
P.42A-104
Electric tailgate close switch signal is not received.
B-2
P.42A-105
Tailgate lock release handle signal is not received.
B-3
P.42A-106
Door-ajar signal is not received.
B-4
P.42A-107
Neutral switch signal is not received.
B-5
P.42A-108
Half latch switch and/or full latch switch signals are not received.
B-6
P.42A-108
Tailgate sensor signal is not received.
B-7
P.42A-110
Electric tailgate switch signal is not received.
B-8
P.42A-111
INPUT SIGNAL PROCEDURES
Inspection Procedure B-1: Electric tailgate main switch signal is not received.
CAUTION
Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the input
and output signal circuits are normal.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
The wiring harness or its connector(s) between the
electric tailgate control unit and the electric tailgate
main switch, the electric tailgate main switch itself, or
the electric tailgate control unit itself may have a
problem.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Electric tailgate main switch malfunction
• Damaged electric tailgate control unit
• Damaged wiring harness and connectors
BODY
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 1. Electric tailgate main switch check
Check the electric tailgate main switch (refer to
P.42A-119).
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Replace the electric tailgate main switch.
STEP 2. Resistance measurement at electric
tailgate main switch connector (earth line
terminal).
(1) Disconnect the connector, and measure at the
wiring harness side.
(2) Measure the resistance between electric tailgate
main switch connector (earth line terminal) and
body earth.
OK: Continuity exists (2 Ω or less)
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 4.
NO : Go to Step 3.
42A-105
STEP 3. Check of open circuit in earth line
between electric tailgate main switch connector
and body earth.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 4. Check of open circuit in MASW line
between electric tailgate control unit connector
and electric tailgate main switch connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 5.
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 5. System retest
Check that the electric tailgate main switch signal is
received normally.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
NO : Replace the electric tailgate control unit.
Inspection Procedure B-2: Electric tailgate close switch signal is not received.
CAUTION
Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the input
and output signal circuits are normal.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
The wiring harness or its connector(s) between the
electric tailgate close switch and the electric tailgate
control unit, the electric tailgate close switch itself or
the electric tailgate control unit itself may be defective.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Damaged electric tailgate close switch
• Damaged electric tailgate control unit
• Damaged wiring harness and connectors
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 1. Electric tailgate close switch inspection
Check the electric tailgate close switch (refer to
P.42A-119).
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Replace the electric tailgate close switch.
STEP 2. Resistance measurement at electric
tailgate close switch connector (earth line
terminal).
(1) Disconnect the connector, and measure at the
wiring harness side.
(2) Measure the resistance between electric tailgate
close switch connector (earth line terminal) and
body earth.
OK: Continuity exists (2 Ω or less)
Q: Is the check result normal?
42A-106
BODY
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
YES : Go to Step 4.
NO : Go to Step 3.
STEP 3. Check of open circuit in earth line
between electric tailgate close switch connector
and body earth.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 4. Check of open circuit in GCLS line
between electric tailgate control unit connector
and electric tailgate close switch connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 5.
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 5. System retest
Check whether the electric tailgate close switch signal is received normally.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
NO : Replace the electric tailgate control unit.
Inspection Procedure B-3: Tailgate lock release handle signal is not received.
CAUTION
Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the input
and output signal circuits are normal.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
The wiring harness or its connector(s) between the
tailgate lock release handle and the electric tailgate
control unit, the tailgate lock release handle itself or
the electric tailgate control unit itself may be defective.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Damaged tailgate lock release handle
• Damaged electric tailgate control unit
• Damaged wiring harness and connectors
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
release handle connector (earth line terminal)
and body earth.
OK: Continuity exists (2 Ω or less).
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 4.
NO : Go to Step 3.
STEP 3. Check of open circuit in earth line
between tailgate lock release handle connector
and body earth.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 1. Tailgate lock release handle check.
Check the tailgate lock release handle (refer
toP.42A-119).
STEP 4. Check of open circuit in GOPN line
between electric tailgate control unit connector
and tailgate lock release handle connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Replace the tailgate lock release handle.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 5.
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 2. Resistance measurement at tailgate lock
release handle connector (earth line terminal).
(1) Disconnect the connector, and measure at the
wiring harness side.
(2) Measure the resistance between tailgate lock
STEP 5. System retest
Check that the tailgate lock release handle signal is
received normally.
Q: Is the check result normal?
BODY
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
42A-107
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
NO : Replace the electric tailgate control unit.
Inspection Procedure B-4: Door-ajar signal is not received.
CAUTION
Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the input
and output signal circuits are normal.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
The wiring harness or its connector(s) between the
door-ajar switch and the electric tailgate control unit,
the tailgate latch itself or the electric tailgate control
unit itself may be defective.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Damaged tailgate latch
• Damaged electric tailgate control unit
• Damaged wiring harness and connectors
STEP 3. Check of open circuit in earth line
between tailgate latch connector (door-ajar
switch terminal) and body earth.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 6.
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 4. Check of open circuit in LTH line
between electric tailgate control unit connector
and tailgate latch connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 5.
NO : Repair the wiring harness.
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 1. Door-ajar switch inspection
Check the tailgate latch (refer to P.42A-119).
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Replace the tailgate latch.
STEP 2. Resistance measurement at tailgate
latch connector (door-ajar switch earth line
terminal).
(1) Disconnect the connector, and measure at the
wiring harness side.
(2) Measure the resistance between tailgate latch
connector (door-ajar switch earth line terminal)
and body earth.
OK: Continuity exists (2 Ω or less).
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 4.
NO : Go to Step 3.
STEP 5. System retest
Check that the door-ajar switch signal is received
normally.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
NO : Go to Step 6.
STEP 6. After the replacement of tailgate latch,
recheck the trouble symptom.
(1) Replace the tailgate latch.
(2) Check that the door-ajar switch signal is received
normally.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : The procedure is complete.
NO : Replace the electric tailgate control unit.
42A-108
BODY
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
Inspection Procedure B-5: Neutral switch signal is not received.
CAUTION
Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the input
and output signal circuits are normal.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
The wiring harness or its connector(s) between the
neutral switch and the electric tailgate control unit,
the tailgate latch itself or the electric tailgate control
unit itself may be defective.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Damaged tailgate latch
• Damaged electric tailgate control unit
• Damaged wiring harness and connectors
STEP 3. Check of open circuit in earth line
between tailgate latch connector (neutral switch
terminal) and body earth.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 6.
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 4. Check of open circuit in NTL line
between electric tailgate control unit connector
and tailgate latch connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 5.
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 1. Neutral switch inspection
Check the tailgate latch (refer to P.42A-119).
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Replace the tailgate latch.
STEP 2. Resistance measurement at tailgate
latch connector (neutral switch earth line
terminal).
(1) Disconnect the connector, and measure at the
wiring harness side.
(2) Measure the resistance between tailgate latch
connector (neutral switch earth line terminal) and
body earth.
OK: Continuity exists (2 Ω or less).
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 4.
NO : Go to Step 3.
STEP 5. System retest
Check that the neutral switch signal is received normally.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
NO : Go to Step 6.
STEP 6. After the replacement of tailgate latch,
recheck the trouble symptom.
(1) Replace the tailgate latch.
(2) Check that the neutral switch signal is received
normally.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : The procedure is complete.
NO : Replace the electric tailgate control unit.
Inspection Procedure B-6: Half latch switch and/or full latch switch signals are not received.
CAUTION
Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the input
and output signal circuits are normal.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
There may be a malfunction in one of the followings;
the wiring harness or its connector(s) between the
electric tailgate control unit and the half latch switch,
the wiring harness or its connector(s) between the
electric tailgate control unit and the full latch switch,
the tailgate latch switch itself or the electric tailgate
control unit itself.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Damaged tailgate latch
• Damaged electric tailgate control unit
• Damaged wiring harness and connectors
BODY
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
42A-109
YES : Go to Step 9.
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 1. M.U.T.-III data list
(1) Disconnect the negative battery terminal and wait
for approximately 30 seconds.
(2) Check the signals related to the electric tailgate
operation.
• Half latch switch: OFF → ON
• Full latch switch: OFF → ON
Item No.
Item name
Normal
conditions
Item 5
Half-latch SW
OFF → ON
Item 6
Full-latch SW
OFF → ON
OK: Normal conditions are displayed for
all the items.
Q: Is the check result normal?
All are normal. : Go to Step 9.
Normal condition is not displayed for items 5 and
6. : Go to Step 2.
Normal condition is not displayed for item No. 5. :
Go to Step 5.
STEP 5. Half-latch switch check
Check the tailgate latch (refer to P.42A-119).
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 6.
NO : Replace the tailgate latch.
STEP 6. Check of open circuit in HARF line
between electric tailgate control unit connector
and tailgate latch connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 9.
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 7. Full-latch switch check
Check the tailgate latch (refer to P.42A-119).
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 8.
NO : Replace the tailgate latch.
Normal condition is not displayed for item No. 6. :
Go to Step 7.
STEP 2. Half-latch and full-latch switches check
Check the tailgate latch (refer to P.42A-119).
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 3.
NO : Replace the tailgate latch.
STEP 3. Resistance measurement at tailgate
latch connector (half-latch switch/full latch
switch earth line terminal).
(1) Disconnect the connector, and measure at the
wiring harness side.
(2) Measure the resistance between tailgate latch
connector (half-latch switch/full latch switch earth
line terminal) and body earth.
OK: Continuity exists (2 Ω or less).
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
NO : Go to Step 4.
STEP 4. Check of open circuit in earth line
between tailgate latch connector (half-latch
switch/full latch switch terminal) and body earth.
Q: Is the check result normal?
STEP 8. Check of open circuit in FULL line
between electric tailgate control unit connector
and tailgate latch connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 9.
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 9. System retest
Check whether the half latch switch and/or the full
latch switch signal are received normally.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
NO : Go to Step 10.
STEP 10. After the replacement of tailgate latch,
recheck the trouble symptom.
(1) Replace the tailgate latch.
(2) Check whether the half latch switch and/or the full
latch switch signal are received normally.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : The procedure is complete.
NO : Replace the electric tailgate control unit.
BODY
42A-110
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
Inspection Procedure B-7: Tailgate sensor signal is not received.
CAUTION
Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the input
and output signal circuits are normal.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
The wiring harness or its connector(s) between the
tailgate sensor and the electric tailgate control unit,
the tailgate sensor itself, or the electric tailgate control unit itself may have a problem.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Tailgate sensor malfunction
• Damaged electric tailgate control unit
• Damaged wiring harness and connectors
STEP 3. Tailgate sensor (LH) check.
Check the tailgate sensor (LH) (refer to P.42A-119).
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 4.
NO : Replace the tailgate sensor (LH).
STEP 4. Check of short to power supply, short to
earth, and open circuit in TSL line between
electric tailgate control unit connector and
tailgate sensor (LH) connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 7.
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 1. M.U.T.-III data list
(1) Disconnect the negative battery terminal and wait
for approximately 30 seconds.
(2) Check the signals related to the electric tailgate
operation.
• Tailgate sensor (left): OFF → ON
• Tailgate sensor (right): OFF → ON
Item No.
Item name
Normal
conditions
Item 9
Touch sensor (left)
OFF → ON
Item 10
Touch sensor (right) OFF → ON
OK: Normal conditions are displayed for
all the items.
Q: Is the check result normal?
All are normal. : Go to Step 7.
Normal condition is not displayed for items 9 and
10. : Go to Step 2.
Normal condition is not displayed for item No. 9. :
Go to Step 3.
Normal condition is not displayed for item No. 10. :
Go to Step 5.
STEP 2. Check of open circuit in TSG line
between electric tailgate control unit connector
and tailgate sensor (LH) and (RH) connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 7.
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 5. Tailgate sensor (RH) check.
Check the tailgate sensor (RH) (refer to P.42A-119).
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 6.
NO : Replace the tailgate sensor (RH).
STEP 6. Check of short to power supply, short to
earth, and open circuit in TSR line between
electric tailgate control unit connector and
tailgate sensor (RH) connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 7.
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 7. System retest
Check that the tailgate sensor signal is received normally.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
NO : Replace the electric tailgate control unit.
BODY
42A-111
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
Inspection Procedure B-8: Electric tailgate switch signal is not received.
CAUTION
Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the input
and output signal circuits are normal.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
The wiring harness or its connector(s) between the
electric tailgate switch and the electric tailgate control
unit, the electric tailgate switch itself or the electric
tailgate control unit itself may have a problem.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Malfunction of electric tailgate switch
• Damaged electric tailgate control unit
• Damaged wiring harness and connectors
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 1. Electric tailgate switch check
Check the electric tailgate switch (refer to
P.42A-119).
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Replace the electric tailgate switch.
STEP 2. Resistance measurement at electric
tailgate switch connector.
(1) Disconnect the connector, and measure at the
wiring harness side.
(2) Measure the resistance between electric tailgate
switch connecter and body earth.
OK: Continuity exists (10 Ω or less)
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 4.
NO : Go to Step 3.
STEP 3. Check of open circuit in earth line
between electric tailgate switch connector and
body earth.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 4. Check of open circuit in (OPSW) line
between electric tailgate control unit connector
and electric tailgate switch connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 5.
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 5. System retest
Check whether the electric tailgate switch signal is
received normally.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction .)
NO : Replace the electric tailgate control unit.
CHECK AT ECU TERMINAL
M1424008300043
ELECTRIC TAILGATE CONTROL UNIT
TERMINAL INSPECTION
ACC00106
Terminal Terminal Check items
number code
Check conditions
Normal conditions
1
BAT1
Battery power supply
Always
Battery voltage
2
GND1
Earth
Always
1 V or less
3
BAT2
Battery power supply
Always
System voltage
4
FULL
Tailgate latch (full latch switch)
input
Electric tailgate: Overrun
position
1 V or less
5
IG12
Ignition switch power supply
Ignition switch: ON
System voltage
BODY
42A-112
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
Terminal Terminal Check items
number code
Check conditions
Normal conditions
6
GOPN
Input from tailgate lock release
handle
Tailgate lock release handle:
ON
1 V or less
7
CANH
CAN H
−
−
8
CANL
CAN L
−
−
9
GCLS
Input from electric tailgate close Electric tailgate close switch:
switch
ON
1 V or less
10
−
−
−
−
11
PLCL
Tailgate latch (engagement)
output
During tailgate latch fully
close operation
12 V
12
PLOP
Tailgate latch (release) output
During tailgate latch claw
release operation
12 V
13
BZ+
Buzzer (+) output
Buzzer is sounding
0 to 12 V (pulse
signal)
14
−
−
−
−
15
NTL
Tailgate latch (neutral switch)
input
Tailgate latch: Open side (fully 1 V or less
open normal status)
16
−
−
−
−
17
HARF
Tailgate latch (half latch switch)
input
Electric tailgate: Open
position
1 V or less
18
−
−
−
−
19
LTH
Tailgate latch (door-ajar switch)
input
Electric tailgate: Open
position
1 V or less
20
−
−
−
−
21
−
−
−
−
22
MASW
Electric tailgate main switch
input
Electric tailgate main switch:
ON
1 V or less
23
OPSW
Electric tailgate switch input
Electric tailgate switch: ON
1 V or less
24
TSL
Tailgate sensor left side input
Tailgate sensor left side: ON
1 V or less
25
TSG
Tailgate sensor earth
Always
1 V or less
26
TSR
Tailgate sensor right side input
Tailgate sensor right side: ON 1 V or less
ON-VEHICLE SERVICE
TAILGATE ALIGNMENT
M1424000900580
ADJUSTMENT OF ENGAGEMENT
BETWEEN STRIKER AND LATCH
1. Remove the rear end trim (Refer to GROUP 52A
− Interior Trims ).
Temporary
bolts
MB990939
Striker
AC905218AB
2. Replace the striker mounting screws with
temporary bolts, and use the remover bar (special
tool: MB990939) and a hammer to tap the
temporary bolt to the desired direction.
BODY
42A-113
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
3. Tighten the striker mounting screws.
Tightening torque: 22 ± 3 N⋅m
4. Install the rear end trim (Refer to GROUP 52A −
Interior Trims ).
ADJUSTMENT OF CLEARANCE
BETWEEN TAILGATE AND BODY
Tailgate hinge
ACB05459AB
1. Loosen the tailgate hinge mounting bolts to adjust
the clearance between the tailgate and body.
2. Tighten the tailgate hinge mounting bolts.
Tightening torque: 12 ± 2 N⋅m
ADJUSTMENT OF TAILGATE HEIGHT
M1424003500462
A
NOTE: If a rattling noise is heard due to the vibration
of the tailgate when the vehicle is being driven,
adjust the damper height until the damper is seated
on the vehicle body. The damper should be seated
on the vehicle body regardless of a rattling noise.
ELECTRIC TAILGATE CHECK
M1424008500036
Check whether the electric tailgate operates normally
by operating the electric tailgate switch, the tailgate
close switch or the tailgate lock release handle. If it
does not operate, perform troubleshooting. Refer to
P.42A-93.
CHECK OF ELECTRIC TAILGATE SAFETY
FUNCTION
M1424009400021
1. Place a piece of wood which is approximately
10-mm thick at a right angle against the tailgate
sensor. Then, by operating the electric tailgate
switch, tailgate close switch, or keyless operation
key electric tailgate switch, close the electric
tailgate.
2. Check whether the electric tailgate opens when
the electric tailgate clamps the wood chip. If any
problem occurs, carry out troubleshooting. Refer
to P.42A-93.
NOTE: When the safety mechanism is activated
successively for two times or more, manually fully
close the electric tailgate.
ELECTRIC TAILGATE OPERATING
CURRENT CHECK
A
M1424009500028
Electric
tailgate
fuse
Section A – A
ACB05460
14 mm
Damper
Relay box
ACB04410AD
ACC00086 AB
Rotate the damper by using the arrow mark on the
damper as a guide to adjust the tailgate height. The
damper height is altered by roughly 4 mm when it is
rotated once.
NOTE: If the power supply voltage does not meet
the standard value, check and repair the alterna-
1. Remove the electric tailgate fuse, and connect the
circuit tester as shown in the illustration.
2. Open and close the electric tailgate, and measure
the current during operation.
Standard value: 11 A or less (Power supply
voltage 14.5 ± 0.5 V, at 25°C)
tor and the battery. Then carry out this check
again.
BODY
42A-114
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
TAILGATE
3. If the value is outside the standard value, adjust
the electric tailgate (refer to P.42A-68).
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
M1424001100974
Pre-removal operation
• Tailgate trim removal (Refer to GROUP 52A − Tailgate
Trim .)
• Rear wiper blade assembly, rear wiper motor and rear
washer hose removal (Refer to GROUP 51 − Rear Wiper
and Washer .)
• High-mounted stop lamp assembly removal (Refer to
GROUP 54A − High-mounted Stop Lamp .)
• Rear combination lamp assembly removal (Refer to
GROUP 54A − Rear Combination Lamp .)
• Tailgate garnish removal (Refer to GROUP 51 − Tailgate
Garnish .)
• Tailgate window glass removal (Refer to P.42A-20.)
Post-installation operation
• Tailgate alignment (Refer to P.42A-68.)
• Adjustment of tailgate height (Refer to P.42A-69.)
• Tailgate window glass installation (Refer to P.42A-20.)
• Tailgate garnish installation (Refer to GROUP 51 − Tailgate Garnish .)
• Rear combination lamp assembly installation (Refer to
GROUP 54A − Rear Combination Lamp .)
• High-mounted stop lamp assembly installation (Refer to
GROUP 54A − High-mounted Stop Lamp .)
• Rear wiper blade assembly, rear wiper motor and rear
washer hose installation (Refer to GROUP 51 − Rear
Wiper and Washer .)
• Tailgate trim installation (Refer to GROUP 52A − Tailgate
Trim .)
16
25 ± 4 N·m
16
12 ± 2 N·m
AC609611
16
25 ± 4 N·m
6
12 ± 2 N·m
20 ± 5 N·m
13
7
10 ± 2 N·m
12
14
8
11
24 ± 2 N·m
10
17
9
5.0 ± 1.0 N·m
4
3
15
5
ACB05644
1
2
ACC00283AB
BODY
42A-115
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
16
AC402763
Adhesive: 3M ATD Part No.8531 Heavy drip check sealer, 3M ATD Part No.8646 Automotive Joint and
Seam Sealer or equivalent
ACC00264AC
Tailgate assembly removal steps
Damper
Plug
Tailgate damper upper
Shim <Vehicles with shim>
Tailgate damper lower
Tailgate harness
Screw grommet
Licence plate pad
Tailgate gas spring connection
Ball joint
Tailgate gas spring assembly
Rod connection
Ball joint
Plate
Tailgate assembly
Tailgate hinge removal steps
Headlining (Refer to GROUP 52A −
•
Headlining .)
16. Tailgate hinge
Tailgate opening weatherstrip
removal
Rear end trim (Refer to GROUP
•
52A − Interior Trim .)
17. Tailgate opening weatherstrip
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
<<A>>
>>B<<
>>A<<
REMOVAL SERVICE POINTS
CAUTION
• Do not disassemble or throw the tailgate gas
spring assembly into the fire.
• Before disposal, make a hole to remove the
gas.
• Make sure that the piston rod should not collect any foreign particles.
ACB05635
Tailgate gas
spring assembly
Pin
Boll joint
AC801037
ACC00097 AB
Slide the pin and remove the tailgate gas spring
assembly from the ball joint in the direction of the
arrow.
INSTALLATION SERVICE POINTS
>>A<< TAILGATE OPENING WEATHERSTRIP INSTALLATION
BODY
42A-116
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
>>B<< TAILGATE HINGE INSTALLATION
A
A
Marking
Tailgate hinge
ACB05819
AC402763AB
Apply the specified sealant to the tailgate hinge
mounting surface, and install the tailgate hinge.
Specified Adhesive: 3M ATD Part No.8531
Heavy drip check sealer, 3M ATD Part
No.8646 Automotive joint and seam sealer or
equivalent
Section A – A
Marking
ACB05820
ACC00269AB
The marking on the tailgate opening weatherstrip
should be positioned at the centre of the body.
BODY
42A-117
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
TAILGATE HANDLE AND LATCH
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
M1424001700965
Post-installation operation
• Tailgate alignment (Refer to P.42A-68.)
Section A – A
7
Clip
AC403053
9.0 ± 2.0 N·m
5.0 ± 1.0 N·m
7
8
4
7
7.0 ± 3.0 N·m
6
9.0 ± 1.0 N·m
1
22 ± 3 N·m
1.
>>D<<
2.
•
3.
•
4.
2
Tailgate close switch removal
Tailgate close switch
Striker removal steps
Striker
Electric tailgate buzzer removal
steps
Tailgate trim (Refer to GROUP
52A − Tailgate Trim .)
Electric tailgate buzzer
Tailgate lock release handle
removal steps
Tailgate trim (Refer to GROUP
52A − Tailgate Trim .)
Tailgate lock release handle
A
3
5
NOTE
: Clip positions
A
5.0 ± 1.0 N·m
ACB05645
ACC00288AB
•
>>C<<
5.
6.
>>B<<
7.
•
>>A<<
8.
Tailgate latch removal steps
Tailgate trim (Refer to GROUP
52A − Tailgate Trim .)
Earth bolt
Tailgate latch assembly
Tailgate sensor removal steps
Tailgate sensor
Electric tailgate control unit
removal steps
Quarter trim cover (Refer to
GROUP 52A − Interior Trim .)
Electric tailgate control unit
assembly
BODY
42A-118
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
<Vehicles without knee air bag>
9
<Vehicles with knee air bag>
9
10
ACB05532 AB
Electric tailgate switch removal
steps
9. Instrument panel lower LH
<Vehicles with knee air bag> or
Instrument panel lower <Vehicles
without knee air bag> (Refer to
GROUP 52A − Instrument Panel
Assembly .)
10. Electric tailgate switch
12
ACTIVE
OFF
11
ACB05533AC
Electric tailgate main switch
removal steps
11. Centre lower box assembly (Refer
to GROUP 52A − Instrument Panel
Assembly .)
12. Electric tailgate main switch
BODY
42A-119
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
INSTALLATION SERVICE POINTS
>>A<< TAILGATE CONTROL UNIT
ASSEMBLY INSTALLATION
1
Install the tailgate latch assembly mounting bolts in
the numerical order.
>>D<< STRIKER INSTALLATION
Latch centre
Striker centre
2
+1.5 mm
3
-1.5 mm
4
ACC00335AB
Install the tailgate control unit assembly mounting
bolts in the numerical order.
>>B<< TAILGATE SENSOR
INSTALLATION
Striker
Latch
AC402863AB
Install the striker so that the striker centre does not
deviate more than ±1.5 mm from the latch centre.
INSPECTION
M1424001800315
TAILGATE LATCH CHECK
LATCH MOTOR OPERATION CHECK
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10
Gear
1
ACC00337 AB
Install the tailgate sensor mounting screw in the
numerical order.
Disengaged
Engaged
>>C<< TAILGATE LATCH ASSEMBLY
INSTALLATION
AC611178AB
3
1
2
ACC00336AB
Battery connecting
terminal number
Gear operation
1 (−) − 9 (+)
Engaged → Disengaged
1 (+) − 9 (−)
Disengaged → Engaged
BODY
42A-120
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
HALF LATCH SWITCH CHECK
FULL LATCH SWITCH CHECK
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10
OFF (disengaged)
ON (door-ajar)
OFF (disengaged)
AC611180AB
AC611179AB
Claw position Terminal
number
ON (over-run)
Normal value
Claw position Terminal
number
Normal value
ON
2−3
Continuity
exists (2 Ω or
less).
ON
2−4
Continuity
exists (2 Ω or
less).
OFF
2−3
No continuity
OFF
2−4
No continuity
BODY
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
DOOR-AJAR SWITCH CHECK
42A-121
NEUTRAL SWITCH CHECK
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10
Lever
OFF (disengaged)
OFF area
(engaged)
ON (fully closed)
ON area
(disengaged)
AC611181AB
Claw position Terminal
number
Normal value
ON
5 − 10
Continuity
exists (2 Ω or
less).
OFF
5 − 10
No continuity
AC611182AB
CAUTION
After checking the neutral switch, operate the
tailgate latch as follows to install it. This avoids
damage to the tailgate latch switch.
1. Connect the positive battery terminal to the
tailgate latch terminal No.1, and the negative
battery terminal to the tailgate latch terminal
No.9 for approximately one second.
2. Connect the positive battery terminal to the
tailgate latch terminal No.9, and the negative
battery terminal to the tailgate latch terminal
No.1 for approximately one second.
Lever position Terminal
number
Normal value
ON
7−8
Continuity
exists (2 Ω or
less).
OFF
7−8
No continuity
BODY
42A-122
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
TAILGATE SENSOR CHECK
A
A
Switch
position
Terminal
number
Normal value
ON (Press)
1−2
Continuity
exists (2 Ω or
less)
OFF
1−2
No continuity
ELECTRIC TAILGATE MAIN SWITCH
CHECK
ACB05431
Section A – A
Pressure
Pressure sensor
ACB05475AB
AC402877
ACC00087AB
When the load is applied to the pressure detection
sensor towards the direction shown in the figure, and
when the sensor is pushed approximately 2.2 mm,
the tailgate sensor turns ON.
Switch
position
Terminal
number
Normal value
ON (Press)
1−2
Continuity
exists (2 Ω or
less)
1−2
No continuity
Sensor
position
Terminal
number
Normal value
OFF
ON
1−2
100 Ω or less
ELECTRIC TAILGATE SWITCH CHECK
OFF
1−2
Approximately
1kΩ
ELECTRIC TAILGATE CLOSE SWITCH
INSPECTION
ACB05476AB
Switch
position
Terminal
number
Normal value
ON (Press)
10 − 13
Continuity
exists (2 Ω or
less)
OFF
10 − 13
No continuity
ACB05477 AB
BODY
TAILGATE <VEHICLES WITH ELECTRIC TAILGATE>
ELECTRIC TAILGATE BUZZER INSPECTION
42A-123
Switch
position
Terminal
number
Normal value
Push (open)
1−2
Continuity
exists (2 Ω or
less)
Release
1−2
No continuity
TAILGATE LOCK RELEASE HANDLE
(TAILGATE LOCK SWITCH) CHECK
ACC00291
Check that the electric tailgate buzzer sounds once
when the terminals are connected to the battery as
shown.
Lock switch
TAILGATE LOCK RELEASE HANDLE
(TAILGATE OPEN SWITCH) CHECK
ACA00837AE
Open switch
ACA00837AF
Switch
position
Terminal
number
Normal value
Push (lock)
2−3
Continuity
exists (2 Ω or
less)
Release
2−3
No continuity
BODY
42A-124
KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM <Vehicles without keyless operation system>
KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM <Vehicles without keyless
operation system>
SPECIAL TOOL
M1428000600871
Tool
a
MB992744
b
MB992745
c
DO NOT USE
MB992746
d
MB992747
e
MB992748
ACB05421AB
Number
Name
Use
a. MB992744
b. MB992745
c. MB992746
d. MB992747
e. MB992748
a. Vehicle
communication
interface-Lite
(V.C.I.-Lite)
b. V.C.I.-Lite main
harness A (for
vehicles with CAN
communication)
c. V.C.I.-Lite main
harness B (for
vehicles without
CAN
communication)
d. V.C.I.-Lite USB
cable short
e. V.C.I.-Lite USB
cable long
Encrypted code registration
BODY
KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM <Vehicles without keyless operation system>
Tool
a
MB991824
b
42A-125
Number
Name
Use
MB991955
a: MB991824
b: MB991827
c: MB991910
d: MB991911
e: MB991825
f: MB991826
M.U.T.-III
sub-assembly
a: Vehicle
communication
interface (V.C.I.)
b: M.U.T.-III USB
cable
c: M.U.T.-III main
harness A
(Vehicles with CAN
communication
system)
d: M.U.T.-III main
harness B
(Vehicles without
CAN
communication
system)
e: M.U.T.-III
measurement
adapter
f: M.U.T.-III trigger
harness
CAUTION
For vehicles with CAN
communication, use M.U.T.-III
main harness A to send
simulated vehicle speed. If you
connect M.U.T.-III main harness
B instead, the CAN
communication does not
function correctly.
Encrypted code registration
MB991223
a. MB991219
b. MB991220
c. MB991221
d. MB991222
Wiring harness set
a. Check harness
b. LED harness
c. LED harness
adapter
d. Probe
Continuity check and voltage
measurement at wiring harness or
connector
a. For checking connector pin
contact pressure
b. For checking power supply
circuit
c. For checking power supply
circuit
d. For connecting a locally
sourced tester
MB991827
c
MB991910
d
DO NOT USE
MB991911
e
MB991825
f
MB991826
MB991955
a
b
c
d
DO NOT USE
MB991223BA
BODY
42A-126
KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM <Vehicles without keyless operation system>
Tool
Number
Name
Use
MB992006
Extra fine probe
Continuity check and voltage
measurement at wiring harness or
connector
MB992006
TROUBLESHOOTING
DIAGNOSIS CODE CHART
M1428001700064
DIAGNOSIS TROUBLESHOOTING FLOW
M1428001500093
Refer to GROUP 00, Contents of Troubleshooting .
CAUTION
During diagnosis, a diagnosis code associated with other system may be set when the ignition switch
is turned on with connector(s) disconnected. On completion, confirm all systems for diagnosis
code(s). If diagnosis code(s) are set, erase them all.
Diagnosis code No.
Diagnostic item
Reference
page
B1A08
Keyless/KOS key1 performance
P.42A-127
B1A09
Keyless/KOS key2 performance
B1A0A
Keyless/KOS key3 performance
B1A0B
Keyless/KOS key4 performance
B1A0C
Keyless key 5 performance
B1A0D
Keyless key 6 performance
B1A0E
Keyless key 7 performance
B1A0F
Keyless key 8 performance
B1A10
Keyless/KOS key 1 low battery
B1A11
Keyless/KOS key 2 low battery
B1A12
Keyless/KOS key 3 low battery
B1A13
Keyless/KOS key 4 low battery
B1A14
Keyless key 5 low battery
B1A15
Keyless key 6 low battery
B1A16
Keyless key 7 low battery
B1A17
Keyless key 8 low battery
P.42A-128
BODY
KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM <Vehicles without keyless operation system>
42A-127
DIAGNOSIS CODE PROCEDURES
Code No.B1A08 Keyless/KOS key1 performance
Code No.B1A09 Keyless/KOS key2 performance
Code No.B1A0A Keyless/KOS key3 performance
Code No.B1A0B Keyless/KOS key4 performance
Code No.B1A0C Keyless key 5 performance
Code No.B1A0D Keyless key 6 performance
Code No.B1A0E Keyless key 7 performance
Code No.B1A0F Keyless key 8 performance
CAUTION
When replacing the ECU, always check that the
communication circuit is normal.
DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION
The door locking/unlocking code is automatically
updated every time the doors are locked (rolling
code). ETACS-ECU stores diagnosis code No.
B1A08, B1A09, B1A0A, B1A0B, B1A0C, B1A0D,
B1A0E, or B1A0F when it receives wrong signal (rolling code out of synchronisation) from the transmitter.
JUDGMENT CRITERIA
• B1A08: ETACS-ECU determines that the abnormality is present when the rolling code received
from the transmitter 1 (the first transmitter registered in ETACS-ECU) greatly differs from the rolling code stored in ETACS-ECU.
• B1A09: ETACS-ECU determines that the abnormality is present when the rolling code received
from the transmitter 2 (the second transmitter
registered in ETACS-ECU) greatly differs from
the rolling code stored in ETACS-ECU.
• B1A0A: ETACS-ECU determines that the abnormality is present when the rolling code received
from the transmitter 3 (the third transmitter registered in ETACS-ECU) greatly differs from the rolling code stored in ETACS-ECU.
• B1A0B: ETACS-ECU determines that the abnormality is present when the rolling code received
from the transmitter 4 (the fourth transmitter registered in ETACS-ECU) greatly differs from the
rolling code stored in ETACS-ECU.
• B1A0C: ETACS-ECU determines that the abnormality is present when the rolling code received
from the transmitter 5 (the fifth transmitter registered in ETACS-ECU) greatly differs from the rolling code stored in ETACS-ECU.
• B1A0D: ETACS-ECU determines that the abnormality is present when the rolling code received
from the transmitter 6 (the sixth transmitter registered in ETACS-ECU) greatly differs from the rolling code stored in ETACS-ECU.
• B1A0E: ETACS-ECU determines that the abnormality is present when the rolling code received
from the transmitter 7 (the seventh transmitter
registered in ETACS-ECU) greatly differs from
the rolling code stored in ETACS-ECU.
• B1A0F: ETACS-ECU determines that the abnormality is present when the rolling code received
from the transmitter 8 (the eighth transmitter registered in ETACS-ECU) greatly differs from the
rolling code stored in ETACS-ECU.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Rolling code out of synchronisation
• Malfunction of the transmitter
• Malfunction of the ETACS-ECU
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE
STEP 1. Synchronise the rolling code and
recheck the diagnosis code.
(1) Synchronise the rolling code.
• Push the lock switch or unlock switch of transmitter twice or more.
• If the keyless entry system does not resume
by the procedure above, register the key
again (Refer to P.42A-134).
(2) Recheck if the diagnosis code is set.
a. Push the lock switch or unlock switch of
transmitter.
b. Check if the diagnosis code is set.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : The diagnosis is complete.
42A-128
BODY
KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM <Vehicles without keyless operation system>
STEP 2. Check whether the diagnosis code is
reset.
Replace the transmitter by which the diagnosis code
is set with a new one, register the key (Refer to
P.42A-134.), and recheck if the diagnosis code is
set.
(1) Push the lock switch or unlock switch of
transmitter.
(2) Check if the diagnosis code is set.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Replace ETACS-ECU and register the ID
codes (Refer to P.42A-134).
NO : The diagnosis is complete.
Code No.B1A10 Keyless/KOS key 1 low battery
Code No.B1A11 Keyless/KOS key 2 low battery
Code No.B1A12 Keyless/KOS key 3 low battery
Code No.B1A13 Keyless/KOS key 4 low battery
Code No.B1A14 Keyless key 5 low battery
Code No.B1A15 Keyless key 6 low battery
Code No.B1A16 Keyless key 7 low battery
Code No.B1A17 Keyless key 8 low battery
CAUTION
When replacing the ECU, always check that the
communication circuit is normal.
DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION
ETACS-ECU sets the diagnosis code No. B1A10,
B1A11, B1A12, B1A13, B1A14, B1A15, B1A16, or
B1A17 when it receives low battery voltage signal
from the transmitter.
JUDGMENT CRITERIA
• B1A10: ETACS-ECU determines that the abnormality is present when it receives low battery voltage signal from the transmitter 1 (the first
transmitter registered in ETACS-ECU) five consecutive times.
• B1A11: ETACS-ECU determines that the abnormality is present when it receives low battery voltage signal from the transmitter 2 (the second
transmitter registered in ETACS-ECU) five consecutive times.
• B1A12: ETACS-ECU determines that the abnormality is present when it receives low battery voltage signal from the transmitter 3 (the third
transmitter registered in ETACS-ECU) five consecutive times.
• B1A13: ETACS-ECU determines that the abnormality is present when it receives low battery voltage signal from the transmitter 4 (the fourth
transmitter registered in ETACS-ECU) five consecutive times.
• B1A14: ETACS-ECU determines that the abnormality is present when it receives low battery voltage signal from the transmitter 5 (the fifth
transmitter registered in ETACS-ECU) five consecutive times.
• B1A15: ETACS-ECU determines that the abnormality is present when it receives low battery voltage signal from the transmitter 6 (the sixth
transmitter registered in ETACS-ECU) five consecutive times.
• B1A16: ETACS-ECU determines that the abnormality is present when it receives low battery voltage signal from the transmitter 7 (the seventh
transmitter registered in ETACS-ECU) five consecutive times.
• B1A17: ETACS-ECU determines that the abnormality is present when it receives low battery voltage signal from the transmitter 8 (the eighth
transmitter registered in ETACS-ECU) five consecutive times.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Battery failure in the transmitter
• Malfunction of the transmitter
• Malfunction of ETACS-ECU
BODY
KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM <Vehicles without keyless operation system>
42A-129
TROUBLE SYMPTOM CHART
M1428001800306
Symptom
Inspection
procedure
number
Reference
page
Keyless entry system does not work.
1
P.42A-129
Keyless entry hazard lamp answerback function or the room lamp
answerback function does not work normally.
2
P.42A-131
The timer lock function does not work after the doors have been unlocked by 3
the keyless entry system.
P.42A-131
Multimode keyless entry system function does not work at all <Vehicles with
electric retractable remote controlled door mirrors>.
4
P.42A-132
Power door locks with selective unlocking does not work.
5
P.42A-132
SYMPTOM PROCEDURES
Inspection Procedure 1: Keyless entry system does not work.
CAUTION
Whenever the ECU is replaced, ensure that the
input and output signal circuits are normal.
OPERATION
The lock/unlock signals from the transmitter are
received by receiver antenna, and then sent to
ETACS-ECU from receiver antenna. When
ETACS-ECU receives signals from the key reminder
switch, all the door switches and the tailgate latch,
ETACS-ECU actuates the keyless entry system.
PROBABLE CAUSES
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Malfunction of the key reminder switch
Malfunction of the door switches
Malfunction of the tailgate switch
Malfunction of the transmitter
Malfunction of the driver's door lock actuator
Malfunction of the receiver antenna
Malfunction of the ETACS-ECU
Damaged harness wires and connectors
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE
STEP 1. ETACS-ECU coding data check
(1) Use M.U.T.-III to read out the option coding
information in ETACS-ECU (Refer to GROUP 00
− Precautions before Service - Coding Reference
Table ).
(2) Check if the "Keyless function" is "Enabled."
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Operate the M.U.T.-III to set the option
coding "keyless" to "enabled," and check
the trouble symptom.
STEP 2. M.U.T.-III CAN bus diagnostics
Use M.U.T.-III to diagnose the CAN bus lines.
Q: Is the CAN bus normal?
YES : Go to Step 3.
NO : Repair the CAN bus line. (Refer to GROUP
54C − Troubleshooting .)
STEP 3. M.U.T.-III diagnosis code
Check that ETACS-ECU sets a diagnosis code.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Refer to diagnosis code chart P.42A-126.
NO : Go to Step 4.
STEP 4. Check the power supply system
With the ignition switch in the LOCK (OFF) position,
check if the following function operates normally:
• Hazard warning lamp
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 5.
NO : Refer to GROUP 54A − Malfunction of
ETACS-ECU power supply circuit .
BODY
42A-130
KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM <Vehicles without keyless operation system>
STEP 5. Check the operation of the central door
locking system.
Check that the central door locking system works
normally.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 6.
NO : Refer to GROUP 42A − Troubleshooting
STEP 6. M.U.T.-III data list
Check for the signals related to the keyless entry
system operation.
• Turn the ignition switch to the LOCK (OFF) position.
• Remove the ignition key from the ignition key cylinder.
• Close the driver's door.
• Close the front passenger's doors.
• Close the RH-side rear door.
• Close the LH-side rear door.
• Close the tailgate
Item No.
Item name
Normal
condition
Item 256
Dr door ajar switch
Close
Item 257
As door ajar switch
Close
Item 258
RR door ajar switch
Close
Item 259
RL door ajar switch
Close
Item 260
Trunk/gate trunk ajar Close
switch
Handle lock switch
Key in → Key
out
OK: Normal conditions are displayed for all
the items.
Q: Is the check result normal?
Go to Step 7.
Normal condition is not displayed for item No. 256.
:
Refer to GROUP 54A − Inspection
Procedure 5: "Front door switch (driver’s
side) signal is not received ."
Normal condition is not displayed for item No. 257.
:
Refer to GROUP 54A − Inspection
Procedure 6: "Front door switch
(passenger’s side) signal is not received ."
P.42A-26.
Item 264
Normal conditions are displayed for all the items. :
Normal condition is not displayed for item No. 258.
:
Refer to GROUP 54A − Inspection
Procedure 7: "Rear door switch (RH) signal
is not received ."
Normal condition is not displayed for item No. 259.
:
Refer to GROUP 54A − Inspection
Procedure 8: Rear door switch (LH) signal is
not received .
Normal condition is not displayed for item No. 260.
:
Refer to GROUP 54A − Inspection
Procedure 9: The tailgate latch switch signal
is not received .
Normal condition is not displayed for item No. 264.
:
Refer to GROUP 54A − Inspection
Procedure 3: "Key reminder switch signal is
not received ."
STEP 7. Check of short to power supply, short to
earth, open circuit in SIGR, PWRC line between
ETACS-ECU connector and receiver antenna
connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 8.
NO : Repair the connector(s) wiring harness.
STEP 8. Retest the system.
Check if the keyless entry system works normally.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction ).
NO : Replace receiver antenna (Refer to GROUP
54A − Receiver antenna ) and turn ignition
switch to ON and OFF. Then go to step 9.
STEP 9. Retest the system.
Check if the keyless entry system works normally.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : The diagnosis is complete.
NO : Replace ETACS-ECU and register the ID
codes (Refer to P.42A-134).
BODY
KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM <Vehicles without keyless operation system>
42A-131
Inspection Procedure 2: Keyless entry hazard lamp answerback function or the room lamp
answerback function does not work normally.
CAUTION
Whenever the ECU is replaced, ensure that the
input and output signal circuits are normal.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
If the hazard warning lamp and the room lamp work
normally, the ETACS-ECU may be defective.
Alternatively, it is possible that the keyless entry hazard lamp answerback function was disabled by the
customise function.
PROBABLE CAUSES
•
•
•
•
Defective hazard warning lamp
Malfunction of the room lamp
Malfunction of the ETACS-ECU
Damaged harness wires and connectors
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 1. Check the operation of the hazard
warning lamp.
Check that the hazard warning lamp illuminates normally.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Refer to GROUP 54A, Inspection Procedure
1 "The hazard warning lamp do not
illuminate ".
STEP 2. Check the operation of the room lamp.
Check that the room lamp illuminates normally.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 3.
NO : Refer to GROUP 54A, Check Chart for
Trouble Symptoms .
STEP 3. Check the operation of the keyless entry
system.
If the keyless entry system is operated, check that
the doors can be locked and unlocked normally.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 4.
NO : Refer to Trouble symptom chart P.42A-129.
STEP 4. Check the customisation function.
Using the customisation function, check that the
number of flashings of hazard warning lamp is set to
any of the followings other than "LOCK: 0/UNLOCK:
0."
• Lock 1 Unlock 2
• Lock 1 Unlock 0
• Lock 0 Unlock 2
• Lock 2 Unlock 1
• Lock 0 Unlock 1
• Lock 2 Unlock 0
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 5.
NO : Enable the keyless entry hazard lamp
answerback function by using the
customisation function (Refer to
P.42A-134).
STEP 5. Retest the system.
Check that the keyless entry hazard lamp answerback function or the room lamp answerback function
works normally.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : The trouble can be an intermittent
malfunction (Refer to GROUP 00, How to
use Troubleshooting/inspection Service
Points − How to Cope with Intermittent
Malfunction ).
NO : Replace the ETACS-ECU and register the
ID codes (Refer to P.42A-134).
Inspection Procedure 3: The timer lock function does not work after the doors have been unlocked by
the keyless entry system.
CAUTION
Whenever the ECU is replaced, ensure that the
input and output signal circuits are normal.
COMMENT ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
If the keyless entry timer lock does not work normally, the input signal circuit(s) to the keyless entry
transmitter or the ETACS-ECU may be defective.
42A-132
BODY
KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM <Vehicles without keyless operation system>
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Malfunction of the keyless entry transmitter
• Malfunction of the ETACS-ECU
• Damaged harness wires and connectors
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
1. Check the operation of the keyless entry system.
2. Check the customise function.
3. Retest the system.
Inspection Procedure 4: Multimode keyless entry system function does not work at all <Vehicles with
electric retractable remote controlled door mirrors>.
CAUTION
Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the power
supply circuit, the earth circuit and the communication circuit are normal.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
If the electric-folding door mirrors work normally,
ETACS-ECU may be faulty. Also, the door mirror
operation setting is configured for other than the folding/unfolding interlocked with the keyless entry operation, using the customisation function.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Malfunction of keyless entry transmitter
• Malfunction of ETACS-ECU
• Damaged wiring harness and connectors
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 1. Confirm the transmitter.
Check that the keyless entry system works normally.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Refer to trouble symptom chart P.42A-129.
STEP 2. Check the operation of the
electric-folding door mirror.
Check that the electric folding door mirrors work normally.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 3.
NO : Refer to GROUP 51 − Troubleshooting .
STEP 3. M.U.T.-III diagnosis code
Check if any diagnosis code is set to the keyless
entry system.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Refer to diagnosis code chart P.42A-126.
NO : Go to Step 4.
STEP 4. Check the customisation function.
Use the customisation function to check that the
"Multi mode" has been set to one of the followings,
not "Disabled."
• D/M: O&C.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 5.
NO : Use the customisation function to set the
"Multi mode" to one of the above, not
"Disabled" (Refer to P.42A-134).
STEP 5. Check of the troubles
Check that the multimode keyless entry system
works normally.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points −
How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction ).
NO : Replace ETACS-ECU and register the ID
codes (Refer to P.42A-134).
Inspection Procedure 5: Power door locks with selective unlocking does not work.
CAUTION
Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the power
supply circuit, the earth circuit and the communication circuit are normal.
COMMENT ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
If the keyless entry function works normally and only
the power door locks with selective unlocking does
not work normally, ETACS-ECU may be defective. In
addition, it is possible that the function has been disabled by using the customisation function.
BODY
KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM <Vehicles without keyless operation system>
42A-133
ON-VEHICLE SERVICE
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Malfunction of ETACS-ECU
• Damaged wiring harness and connectors
KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM INSPECTION
M1428001400449
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 1. Check the customisation
Q: Are the power door locks with selective unlocking
enabled by the customization function?
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Set the power door locks with selective
unlocking to "Enabled" by using the
customisation function. Refer to P.42A-134.
STEP 2. Keyless entry system operation check
Press the unlock switch of the transmitter and check
that only the driver's door is unlocked. Then, press
the unlock switch once again within 2 seconds after
that to check that the front passenger's door, the rear
doors and the tailgate are unlocked.
Q: Does the keyless entry system work normally?
YES : Go to Step 3.
NO (Only the driver's door is not unlocked.) :
Replace the ETACS-ECU and register the
ID codes (Refer to P.42A-134).
NO (The driver's door, front passenger's door, rear
doors and tailgate are not unlocked.) : Refer to
Inspection Procedure 1: "Keyless entry
system does not work P.42A-129."
STEP 3. Check of the troubles
Check that the power door locks with selective
unlocking works normally.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points −
How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction ).
NO : Replace ETACS-ECU and register the ID
codes (Refer to P.42A-134).
Check the system as described below. If the system
does not work, carry out troubleshooting. Refer to
P.42A-129.
• Operate the transmitter to check that the doors
can be locked and unlocked.
• Operate the transmitter to check when the door
locking or unlocking operation is performed that
the hazard warning lamp [lock: flash once,
unlock: flash twice (default setting)] and room
lamp [lock: flash once, unlock: illuminates for 15
seconds (default setting)] answer back operates.
Refer to P.42A-134.
NOTE: .
• The customisation function allows you to
change the answerback setting as follows.
Prior to that check, confirm which setting is
activated.
• The hazard warning lamp flash once when
locked and twice when unlocked (default
setting).
• The hazard warning lamp flash once when
locked and do not flash when unlocked.
• The hazard warning lamp do not flash
when locked and flash twice when
unlocked.
• The hazard warning lamp do not flash
when both locked and unlocked.
• The hazard warning lamp flash twice
when locked and once when unlocked.
• The hazard warning lamp flash twice
when locked and do not flash when
unlocked.
• The hazard warning lamp do not flash
when locked and flash once when
unlocked.
KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM TIMER LOCK
FUNCTION INSPECTION
M1428004000547
CHECK AT ECU TERMINAL
M1428006600017
Receiver antenna terminal check (Refer to GROUP
54A − Check at ECU terminal ).
Attempt to unlock the doors by using the transmitter.
If the doors are not locked within 30 seconds, carry
out troubleshooting. Note that the doors will not be
locked if the ignition key is inserted within the 30-second period, one of the doors is opened, or the keyless entry function is triggered. Refer to P.42A-129.
NOTE: The customise function allows you to change
the keyless entry system timer lock period from 30
seconds (initial setting) to 60, 120 or 180 seconds.
Prior to the check, confirm which setting is activated.
Refer to P.42A-134.
42A-134
BODY
KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM <Vehicles without keyless operation system>
MULTIMODE KEYLESS ENTRY
FUNCTION CHECK <Vehicles with
electric retractable remote controlled
door mirrors>
M1428004100254
Operate the transmitter to check that the electric-folding door mirrors work. If they do not work,
carry out diagnosis. Refer to P.42A-129.
NOTE: The settings of the electric-folding door mirrors can be changed using the customisation function. Confirm which settings are activated before
performing diagnosis. Refer to P.42A-134.
POWER DOOR LOCKS WITH SELECTIVE
UNLOCKING INSPECTION
M1428006400068
NOTE: Press the unlock switch on the transmitter
once to unlock only the driver's door. When the
unlock switch of the transmitter is pressed once
again more than 2 seconds after the driver's door is
unlocked, only the driver's door is unlocked.
NOTE: The setting of the power door locks with
selective unlocking can be changed using the customisation function. Confirm which setting is activated before performing these checks. Refer to
P.42A-134.
HOW TO REGISTER ENCRYPTED CODE
M1428001001239
For the details of key registration procedure, refer to
the ID registration procedure manual.
CUSTOMISATION FUNCTION
Press the unlock switch on the transmitter once to
M1428005500255
By operating the M.U.T.-III ETACS system, the folunlock only the driver's door. Press the unlock switch
lowing functions can be customised. The proof the transmitter once again within 2 seconds after
grammed information is held even when the battery
the driver's door is unlocked, and check that the front
is disconnected.
passenger's door, the rear doors and tailgate are
unlocked. If they are not unlocked, carry out troubleshooting. Refer to P.42A-129.
Adjustment
Adjustment item
Adjusting content
Adjusting content
item (M.U.T.-III
(M.U.T.-III display)
display)
Hazard answer
back
Adjustment of the
number of keyless
hazard warning
lamp answer back
flashes
Lock:1, Unlock:2
LOCK: Flashes once, UNLOCK: Flashes
twice (initial condition)
Lock:1, Unlock:0
LOCK: Flashes once, UNLOCK: No flash
Lock:0, Unlock:2
LOCK: No flash, UNLOCK: Flash twice
Lock:2, Unlock:1
LOCK: Flash twice, UNLOCK: Flash once
Lock:2, Unlock:0
LOCK: Flash twice, UNLOCK: No flash
Lock:0, Unlock:1
LOCK: No flash, UNLOCK: Flash once
Lock:0, Unlock:0
No function
Auto fold mirror Electric folding door
mirror automatic
unfolding function
<vehicles with
electric retractable
remote controlled
door mirrors>
Not Auto
No synchronised operation
Open Vehicle SPD
Vehicle speed-dependent operation
Open/Close by IG
Ignition switch linked operation
OPN/CLS Keyles
Keyless entry linked operation (initial
condition)
Door unlock
mode
All Doors Unlock
Without function: The first operation of
keyless entry system or unlock operation
by KOS unlocks all doors (initial condition).
Dr Door Unlock
With function: The first operation of
keyless entry system or unlock operation
by KOS unlocks the driver's door only, and
the second unlock operation within 2
seconds after that unlocks all doors.
Adjustment of
power door locks
with selective
unlocking
BODY
KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM <Vehicles without keyless operation system>
Adjustment
item (M.U.T.-III
display)
Adjustment item
Timer lock timer Timer lock period
adjustment
Multi mode
Adjusting content
(M.U.T.-III display)
Adjusting content
30 sec
30 seconds (initial condition)
60 sec
60 seconds
120 sec
120 seconds
180 sec
180 seconds
Multi-mode keyless Disable
entry function
D/M: O&C
customisation
<Vehicles with
electric retractable
remote controlled
door mirrors>
42A-135
No function
Door mirror fold/unfold operation only
(initial condition)
TRANSMITTER
DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY
M1428002800525
Post-installation operation
• Transmitter operation check
2
1
AC303199
AC304118
4
5
6
3
AC310838AI
1.
2.
3.
Disassembly steps
Screw
Upper cover
Transponder
<<A>>
>>A<<
4.
5.
6.
Disassembly steps (Continued)
Transmitter assembly
Battery
Master key
BODY
42A-136
SUNROOF ASSEMBLY
DISASSEMBLY SERVICE POINT
<<A>> BATTERY REMOVAL
REASSEMBLY SERVICE POINT
>>A<< BATTERY INSTALLATION
CAUTION
Do not allow water or dust to enter the inside of
the transmitter assembly when it is open. Also,
do not touch the precision electronic device.
CAUTION
Do not allow water or dust to enter the inside of
the transmitter assembly when it is open. Also,
do not touch the precision electronic device.
Transmitter assembly
–
+
Upper cover side
Battery
Master key side
AC304118 AF
Install a battery to the transmitter assembly with its
(+) side facing towards the upper cover side.
Battery required for replacement: Coin type
battery CR1616
SUNROOF ASSEMBLY
SEALANT
M1426000500179
Item
Standard value
Sunroof assembly
Grease: Use resin − proof silicone grease
SERVICE SPECIFICATIONS
M1421000300857
Item
Standard value
Roof lid glass operation current (at 20°C) A
7 or less
BODY
42A-137
SUNROOF ASSEMBLY
SPECIAL TOOLS
M1426000600411
Tool
a
MB992744
b
MB992745
c
DO NOT USE
MB992746
d
MB992747
e
MB992748
ACB05421AB
Number
Name
Use
a. MB992744
b. MB992745
c. MB992746
d. MB992747
e. MB992748
a. Vehicle
communication
interface-Lite
(V.C.I.-Lite)
b. V.C.I.-Lite main
harness A (for
vehicles with CAN
communication)
c. V.C.I.-Lite main
harness B (for
vehicles without
CAN
communication)
d. V.C.I.-Lite USB
cable short
e. V.C.I.-Lite USB
cable long
ECU check (M.U.T.-III diagnosis
code display and service data
display)
BODY
42A-138
SUNROOF ASSEMBLY
Tool
a
MB991824
b
Number
Name
Use
MB991955
a: MB991824
b: MB991827
c: MB991910
d: MB991911
e: MB991825
f: MB991826
M.U.T.-III
sub-assembly
a: Vehicle
communication
interface (V.C.I.)
b: M.U.T.-III USB
cable
c: M.U.T.-III main
harness A
(Vehicles with CAN
communication
system)
d: M.U.T.-III main
harness B
(Vehicles without
CAN
communication
system)
e: M.U.T.-III
measurement
adapter
f: M.U.T.-III trigger
harness
CAUTION
For vehicles with CAN
communication, use M.U.T.-III
main harness A to send
simulated vehicle speed. If you
connect M.U.T.-III main harness
B instead, the CAN
communication does not
function correctly.
ECU check (M.U.T.-III diagnosis
code display and service data
display)
MB991223
a. MB991219
b. MB991220
c. MB991221
d. MB991222
Wiring harness set
a. Check harness
b. LED harness
c. LED harness
adapter
d. Probe
Continuity check and voltage
measurement at wiring harness or
connector
a. For checking connector pin
contact pressure
b. For checking power supply
circuit
c. For checking power supply
circuit
d. For connecting a locally
sourced tester
MB991827
c
MB991910
d
DO NOT USE
MB991911
e
MB991825
f
MB991826
MB991955
a
b
c
d
DO NOT USE
MB991223BA
BODY
42A-139
SUNROOF ASSEMBLY
Tool
Number
Name
Use
MB992006
Extra fine probe
Continuity check and voltage
measurement at wiring harness or
connector
MB992006
TROUBLESHOOTING
DIAGNOSIS CODE CHART
M1426001900170
STANDARD FLOW OF DIAGNOSTIC
TROUBLESHOOTING
M1426001700251
Refer to GROUP 00 − How to Use Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points, Contents of Troubleshooting .
CAUTION
On troubleshooting, if the ignition switch is turned ON while disconnecting connector(s), diagnosis
code(s) associated with other system may be set. On completion, confirm all systems for diagnosis
code(s). If diagnosis code(s) are set, erase them all.
Diagnosis code No.
Diagnostic item
Reference
page
L0630
S/R Power supply
P.42A-139
L0632
S/R Switch fail
P.42A-140
L0634
S/R Sensor signal
P.42A-140
L0637
S/R Position
P.42A-140
L0640
S/R Over load
P.42A-141
NOTE: S/R: Abbreviation of sunroof
DIAGNOSIS CODE PROCEDURES
CODE NO. L0630: S/R POWER SUPPLY
CAUTION
Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the input
and output signal circuits are normal.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
Current trouble
• If the terminal voltage at the sunroof ECU has
been 8 V or lower, or 18V or higher for 60 seconds, ETACS-ECU sets the diagnosis code No.
L0630.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Malfunction of the sunroof motor assembly
• Damaged wiring harness and connectors
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE
STEP 1. Check of short to power supply, short to
earth, and open circuit in IG1 line between
sunroof motor assembly connector and fusible
link.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 2. Diagnosis code recheck
Recheck if the diagnosis code is set.
(1) Erase the diagnosis code.
(2) Turn the ignition switch from the LOCK (OFF)
position to the ON position.
(3) Check if the diagnosis code is set.
42A-140
BODY
SUNROOF ASSEMBLY
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Replace the sunroof motor assembly.
NO : The diagnosis is complete.
CODE NO. L0632: S/R Switch fall
CAUTION
Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the input
and output signal circuits are normal.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
Current trouble
• If each switch (up, open, close/down) of the sunroof switch has been ON for 60 seconds,
ETACS-ECU sets the diagnosis code No. L0632.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Malfunction of the sunroof motor assembly
• Malfunction of the sunroof switch
• Damaged wiring harness and connectors
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE
STEP 1. Check of open circuit in UP, OPEN, CLOS
line between sunroof motor assembly connector
and sunroof switch connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 2. Diagnosis code recheck
Replace the sunroof switch. Recheck if the diagnosis
code is set.
(1) Erase the diagnosis code.
(2) Turn the ignition switch from the LOCK (OFF)
position to the ON position.
(3) Check if the diagnosis code is set.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Replace the sunroof motor assembly.
NO : The diagnosis is complete.
CODE NO. L0634: S/R Sensor signal
CAUTION
Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the input
and output signal circuits are normal.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
Current trouble
• If the signal from one of two lid position detection
sensors cannot be detected, ETACS-ECU sets
the diagnosis code No. L0634.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Malfunction of the sunroof motor assembly
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE
Diagnosis code recheck
Recheck if the diagnosis code is set.
(1) Erase the diagnosis code.
(2) Turn the ignition switch from the LOCK (OFF)
position to the ON position.
(3) Check if the diagnosis code is set.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Replace the sunroof motor assembly.
NO : The diagnosis is complete.
CODE NO. L0637: S/R Position
CAUTION
Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the input
and output signal circuits are normal.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
Current trouble
• If the roof lid glass position is out of the specified
area, ETACS-ECU sets the diagnosis code No.
L0637.
BODY
42A-141
SUNROOF ASSEMBLY
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Malfunction of the sunroof motor assembly
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : The diagnosis is complete.
NO : Go to Step 2.
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE
STEP 1. Check the sunroof fully closed position
(1) Carry out the learning procedures of the sunroof
fully closed position. Refer to P.42A-151.
(2) Recheck if the diagnosis code is set.
a. Erase the diagnosis code.
b. Turn the ignition switch from the LOCK (OFF)
position to the ON position.
c. Check if the diagnosis code is set.
STEP 2. Diagnosis code recheck
Recheck if the diagnosis code is set.
(1) Erase the diagnosis code.
(2) Turn the ignition switch from the LOCK (OFF)
position to the ON position.
(3) Check if the diagnosis code is set.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Replace the sunroof motor assembly.
NO : The diagnosis is complete.
CODE NO. L0640: S/R Over load
a. Erase the diagnosis code.
b. Turn the ignition switch from the LOCK (OFF)
position to the ON position.
c. Check if the diagnosis code is set.
CAUTION
Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the input
and output signal circuits are normal.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
Current trouble
• If the anti-trap function is activated consecutively
five times or more, ETACS-ECU sets the diagnosis code No. L0640.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Malfunction of the sunroof motor assembly
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE
STEP 1. Check the sunroof fully closed position
(1) Carry out the learning procedures of the sunroof
fully closed position. Refer to P.42A-151.
(2) Recheck if the diagnosis code is set.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : The diagnosis is complete.
NO : Go to Step 2.
STEP 2. Diagnosis code recheck
Recheck if the diagnosis code is set.
(1) Erase the diagnosis code.
(2) Turn the ignition switch from the LOCK (OFF)
position to the ON position.
(3) Check if the diagnosis code is set.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Replace the sunroof motor assembly.
NO : The diagnosis is complete.
DATA LIST REFERENCE TABLE
M1426002100025
LIN (SUN ROOF)
Item No. M.U.T.-III display
Check condition
Normal condition
6001
S/R Part number
−
5850A265
6002
S/R Serial number
−
−
6003
S/R SOFT Ver
−
−
6004
S/R Position
−
−
6005
S/R Position initialize state
Initialisation not completed
Not done
Initialisation completed
OK
6006
S/R Overload(Motor lock)
Overload due to a motor lock not detected OFF
Overload due to a motor lock detected
ON
BODY
42A-142
SUNROOF ASSEMBLY
Item No. M.U.T.-III display
Check condition
Normal condition
6007
Overload due to a pulse modulation not
detected
OFF
Overload due to a pulse modulation
detected
ON
S/R Overload(Pulse
change)
6010
S/R Power supply voltage
Always
System voltage
6011
S/R Open switch
The open switch is not being operated
Not actuated
The open switch is being operated
Actuated
The close switch is not being operated
Not actuated
The close switch is being operated
Actuated
The tilt-up switch is not being operated
Not actuated
The tilt-up switch is being operated
Actuated
When the ignition switch is turned to the
LOCK or ACC position.
OFF
When the ignition switch is turned to the
ON or START position.
ON
When the ignition switch is turned to the
LOCK or ACC position.
OFF
When the ignition switch is turned to the
ON or START position.
ON
Communication is not normal
Disable
Communication is normal
Enable
The multi-close function not in progress
OFF
The multi-close function in progress
ON
6012
6013
6014
6015
6018
6019
S/R Close switch
S/R Tilt up switch
S/R Ignition switch
S/R Ignition switch(LIN)
S/R Operation
S/R Multi close
6020
S/R Operation mode
−
Type 2
6021
S/R Vehicle speed
Perform a test run of the vehicle.
The values displayed
on the speedometer
and M.U.T.-III are
almost the same.
6022
S/R Position state
The sunroof position not confirmed
Undecided pos.
The sunroof is at tilt-up position.
Tilt up
The sunroof is slid to open.
Slide open
The sunroof is fully closed.
Full close
Communication sleep conditions not
satisfied
OFF
Communication sleep conditions satisfied
ON
The motor not running
Not actuated
The motor running
Actuated
6023
6024
6026
S/R Sleep condition
S/R Motor
S/R Log1(Trigger) Open
The open switch was not operated the last OFF
time.
The open switch was operated the last
time.
ON
BODY
42A-143
SUNROOF ASSEMBLY
Item No. M.U.T.-III display
Check condition
6027
The close switch was not operated the last OFF
time.
S/R Log1(Trigger) Close
The close switch was operated the last
time.
6028
S/R Log1(Trigger) Tilt Up
S/R Log1(Trigger) Multi
Close
ON
The close switch was not operated the last OFF
time.
The close switch was operated the last
time.
6029
Normal condition
ON
The multi-close function was not operated OFF
the last time.
The multi-close function was operated the ON
last time.
6030
6031
S/R Log1(Trigger) Overload Overload was not detected the last time.
S/R Log1 IG-SW
OFF
Overload was detected the last time.
ON
The ignition switch was turned OFF the
last time.
OFF
The ignition switch was turned ON the last ON
time.
6032
6033
6034
S/R Log1 Motor actuate
S/R Log1 Operation
S/R Log2(Trigger) Open
The motor did not operate the last time.
OFF
The motor operated the last time.
ON
Sunroof operation permission status was
"not permitted" the last time.
OFF
Sunroof operation permission status was
"permitted" the last time.
ON
The open switch was not operated the last OFF
time but one.
The open switch was operated the last
time but one.
6035
S/R Log2(Trigger) Close
The close switch was not operated the last OFF
time but one.
The close switch was operated the last
time but one.
6036
S/R Log2(Trigger) Tilt Up
S/R Log2(Trigger) Multi
Close
ON
The close switch was not operated the last OFF
time but one.
The close switch was operated the last
time but one.
6037
ON
ON
The multi-close function was not operated OFF
the last time but one.
The multi-close function was operated the ON
last time but one.
6038
S/R Log2(Trigger) Overload Overload was not detected the last time
but one.
Overload was detected the last time but
one.
OFF
ON
42A-144
BODY
SUNROOF ASSEMBLY
Item No. M.U.T.-III display
Check condition
Normal condition
6039
The ignition switch was turned OFF the
last time but one.
OFF
S/R Log2 IG-SW
The ignition switch was turned ON the last ON
time but one.
6040
6041
6042
S/R Log2 Motor actuate
S/R Log2 Operation
S/R Log3(Trigger) Open
The motor did not operate the last time but OFF
one.
The motor operated the last time but one.
ON
Sunroof operation permission status was
"not permitted" the last time but one.
OFF
Sunroof operation permission status was
"permitted" the last time but one.
ON
The open switch was not operated the last OFF
time but two.
The open switch was operated the last
time but two.
6043
S/R Log3(Trigger) Close
The close switch was not operated the last OFF
time but two.
The close switch was operated the last
time but two.
6044
S/R Log3(Trigger) Tilt Up
S/R Log3(Trigger) Multi
Close
ON
The close switch was not operated the last OFF
time but two.
The close switch was operated the last
time but two.
6045
ON
ON
The multi-close function was not operated OFF
the last time but two.
The multi-close function was operated the ON
last time but two.
6046
6047
S/R Log3(Trigger) Overload Overload was not detected the last time
but two.
S/R Log3 IG-SW
OFF
Overload was detected the last time but
two.
ON
The ignition switch was turned OFF the
last time but two.
OFF
The ignition switch was turned ON the last ON
time but two.
6048
6049
S/R Log3 Motor actuate
S/R Log3 Operation
The motor did not operate the last time but OFF
two.
The motor operated the last time but two.
ON
Sunroof operation permission status was
"not permitted" the last time but two.
OFF
Sunroof operation permission status was
"permitted" the last time but two.
ON
BODY
42A-145
SUNROOF ASSEMBLY
Item No. M.U.T.-III display
Check condition
6050
The open switch was not operated the last OFF
time but three.
S/R Log4(Trigger) Open
Normal condition
The open switch was operated the last
time but three.
6051
S/R Log4(Trigger) Close
ON
The close switch was not operated the last OFF
time but three.
The close switch was operated the last
time but three.
6052
S/R Log4(Trigger) Tilt Up
The close switch was not operated the last OFF
time but three.
The close switch was operated the last
time but three.
6053
S/R Log4(Trigger) Multi
Close
ON
ON
The multi-close function was not operated OFF
the last time but three.
The multi-close function was operated the ON
last time but three.
6054
6055
S/R Log4(Trigger) Overload Overload was not detected the last time
but three.
S/R Log4 IG-SW
OFF
Overload was detected the last time but
three.
ON
The ignition switch was turned OFF the
last time but three.
OFF
The ignition switch was turned ON the last ON
time but three.
6056
S/R Log4 Motor actuate
The motor did not operate the last time but OFF
three.
The motor operated the last time but three. ON
6057
S/R Log4 Operation
Sunroof operation permission status was
"not permitted" the last time but three.
OFF
Sunroof operation permission status was
"permitted" the last time but three.
ON
TROUBLE SYMPTOM CHART
M1426002000620
CAUTION
During diagnosis, a diagnosis code associated with other system may be set when the ignition switch
is turned on with connector(s) disconnected. On completion, confirm all systems for diagnosis
code(s). If diagnosis code(s) are set, erase them all.
Trouble symptom
Inspection
procedure
number
Reference
page
Sunroof does not work at all.
1
P.42A-146
The sunroof lid glass does not tilt-up (tilt-down, open, and close normally).
2
P.42A-147
The sunroof lid glass does not open (tilt-up, tilt-down, and close normally).
3
P.42A-148
The sunroof lid glass does not tilt-down or close (tilt-up and open normally).
4
P.42A-148
42A-146
BODY
SUNROOF ASSEMBLY
Trouble symptom
Inspection
procedure
number
Reference
page
Sunroof anti-trap function (safety mechanism) does not work normally.
5
P.42A-149
SYMPTOM PROCEDURES
INSPECTION PROCEDURE 1: Sunroof does not work at All.
CAUTION
Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the power
supply circuit, the earth circuit and the communication circuit are normal.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
Malfunctions of the sunroof motor assembly power
supply/earth system, sunroof motor assembly, or
sunroof switch are suspected.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Malfunction of the sunroof motor assembly
• Malfunction of the sunroof switch
• Damaged wiring harness and connectors
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE
STEP 1. M.U.T.-III diagnosis code
Check that any sunroof operation-related diagnosis
codes are set in ETACS-ECU.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Refer to diagnosis code chart P.42A-139.
NO : Go to Step 2.
STEP 2. Sunroof switch check
Refer to sunroof switch check P.42A-154.
Q: Is the sunroof switch normal?
YES : Go to Step 3.
NO : Replace the sunroof switch.
STEP 3. Resistance measurement at sunroof
switch connector (earth line terminal).
(1) Disconnect the connector, and measure the
resistance at the wiring harness-side connector.
(2) Measure the resistance at the sunroof switch
connector (earth line terminal) and body earth.
OK: Continuity exists (2 Ω or less)
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 5.
NO : Go to Step 4.
STEP 4. Check of short to earth, and open circuit
in SW− line between sunroof motor assembly
connector and sunroof switch connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points −
How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction ).
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 5. Resistance measurement at sunroof
motor assembly connector (E terminal).
(1) Disconnect the connector, and measure the
resistance at the wiring harness-side connector.
(2) Measure the resistance at the sunroof motor
assembly connector (E terminal) and body earth.
OK: Continuity exists (2 Ω or less)
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 7.
NO : Go to Step 6.
STEP 6. Check of short to earth, and open circuit
in E line between sunroof motor assembly
connector and body earth.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points −
How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction ).
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 7. Voltage measurement at sunroof motor
assembly connector (SR+ terminal).
(1) Disconnect the connector, and measure the
voltage at the wiring harness-side connector.
(2) Measure the voltage at the sunroof motor
assembly connector (SR+ terminal) and body
BODY
SUNROOF ASSEMBLY
42A-147
earth.
OK: System voltage
earth.
OK: System voltage
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 9.
NO : Go to Step 8.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 11.
NO : Go to Step 10.
STEP 8. Check of short to power supply, short to
earth, and open circuit in SR+ line between
sunroof motor assembly connector and fusible
link.
STEP 10. Check of short to power supply, short
to earth, and open circuit in IG1 line between
sunroof motor assembly connector and fusible
link.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
STEP 9. Voltage measurement at sunroof motor
assembly connector (IG1 terminal).
(1) Disconnect the connector, and measure the
voltage at the wiring harness-side connector.
(2) Turn the ignition switch ON position.
(3) Measure the voltage at the sunroof motor
assembly connector (IG1 terminal) and body
STEP 11. Retest the system.
Check that the sunroof works normally.
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points −
How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction ).
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points −
How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction ).
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points −
How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction ).
NO : Replace the sunroof motor assembly.
INSPECTION PROCEDURE 2: The Sunroof Lid Glass does not Tilt-up (Tilt-down, Open, and Close
Normally).
CAUTION
Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the power
supply circuit, the earth circuit and the communication circuit are normal.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
Malfunctions of the sunroof motor assembly or sunroof switch are suspected.
YES : Refer to diagnosis code chart P.42A-139.
NO : Go to Step 2.
STEP 2. Sunroof switch check
Refer to sunroof switch check P.42A-154.
Q: Is the sunroof switch normal?
YES : Go to Step 3.
NO : Replace the sunroof switch.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Malfunction of the sunroof motor assembly
• Malfunction of the sunroof switch
• Damaged wiring harness and connectors
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE
STEP 1. M.U.T.-III diagnosis code
Check that any sunroof operation-related diagnosis
codes are set in ETACS-ECU.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
STEP 3. Check of open circuit in UP line between
sunroof motor assembly connector and sunroof
switch connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 4.
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 4. Retest the system.
Q: Is the roof lid glass tilted-up.
42A-148
BODY
SUNROOF ASSEMBLY
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction ).
NO : Replace the sunroof motor assembly.
INSPECTION PROCEDURE 3: The Sunroof Lid Glass does not Open (Tilt-up, Tilt-down, And Close
Normally).
CAUTION
Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the power
supply circuit, the earth circuit and the communication circuit are normal.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
Malfunctions of the sunroof motor assembly or sunroof switch are suspected.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Malfunction of the sunroof motor assembly
• Malfunction of the sunroof switch
• Damaged wiring harness and connectors
STEP 2. Sunroof switch check
Refer to sunroof switch check P.42A-154.
Q: Is the sunroof switch normal?
YES : Go to Step 3.
NO : Replace the sunroof switch.
STEP 3. Check of open circuit in OPEN line
between sunroof motor assembly connector and
sunroof switch connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 4.
NO : Repair the wiring harness.
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE
STEP 1. M.U.T.-III diagnosis code
Check that any sunroof operation-related diagnosis
codes are set in ETACS-ECU.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Refer to diagnosis code chart P.42A-139.
NO : Go to Step 2.
STEP 4. Retest the system.
Check that the roof lid glass is open.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points −
How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction ).
NO : Replace the sunroof motor assembly.
INSPECTION PROCEDURE 4: The Sunroof Lid Glass does not Tilt-down or Close (Tilt-up and Open
Normally).
CAUTION
Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the power
supply circuit, the earth circuit and the communication circuit are normal.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
Malfunctions of the sunroof motor assembly and/or
sunroof switch are suspected.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Malfunction of the sunroof motor assembly
• Malfunction of the sunroof switch
• Damaged wiring harness and connectors
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE
STEP 1. M.U.T.-III diagnosis code
Check that any sunroof operation-related diagnosis
codes are set in ETACS-ECU.
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
YES : Refer to diagnosis code chart P.42A-139.
NO : Go to Step 2.
STEP 2. Sunroof switch check
Refer to sunroof switch check P.42A-154.
Q: Is the sunroof switch normal?
BODY
42A-149
SUNROOF ASSEMBLY
YES : Go to Step 3.
NO : Replace the sunroof switch.
STEP 3. Check of open circuit in CLOS line
between sunroof motor assembly and sunroof
switch connector.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 4.
NO : Repair the connector(s) or wiring harness.
STEP 4. Retest the system.
Check that the roof lid glass tilts down or closes.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points −
How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction ).
NO : Replace the sunroof motor assembly.
INSPECTION PROCEDURE 5: Sunroof Anti-trap Function (Safety Mechanism) does not work
Normally.
CAUTION
Before replacing the ECU, ensure that the power
supply circuit, the earth circuit and the communication circuit are normal.
COMMENTS ON TROUBLE SYMPTOM
Malfunction of the sunroof motor assembly or incorrect learning of the sunroof fully closed position is
suspected.
PROBABLE CAUSES
• Malfunction of the sunroof motor assembly
• Incorrect learning of the sunroof fully closed position
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE
STEP 1. M.U.T.-III diagnosis code
Check that any sunroof operation-related diagnosis
codes are set in ETACS-ECU.
YES : Refer to diagnosis code chart P.42A-139.
NO : Go to Step 2.
STEP 2. Check the trouble symptom.
Check the sunroof trouble symptom according to the
following procedures.
(1) Carry out the learning procedures of the sunroof
fully closed position (Refer to P.42A-151).
(2) Check the trouble symptom.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Intermittent malfunction (Refer to GROUP
00 − How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points −
How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction ).
NO : Replace the sunroof motor assembly.
CHECK AT ECU TERMINAL
M1426002400424
SUNROOF MOTOR ASSEMBLY TERMINAL CHECK
Q: Is the diagnosis code set?
ACC00145
Terminal Terminal Check items
number code
Check conditions
Normal
conditions
1
SW−
Earth
Always
1 V or less
2
E
Earth
Always
1 V or less
3
IG1
Battery power supply (for ECU)
Ignition switch: ON
System voltage
4
UP
Input from sunroof switch (tilt-up)
Sunroof switch: Up
1 V or less
5
OPEN
Input from sunroof switch (open)
Sunroof switch: Open
1 V or less
6
SR+
Battery power supply (for motor)
Always
System voltage
BODY
42A-150
SUNROOF ASSEMBLY
Terminal Terminal Check items
number code
Check conditions
Normal
conditions
7
LIN
LIN communication line (between
ETACS-ECU)
Always
0 to 12 V (pulse
signal)
8
-
−
−
−
9
-
−
−
−
10
CLOS
Input from sunroof switch (close or Sunroof switch: Close or
down)
down
1 V or less
ON-VEHICLE SERVICE
SUNROOF LEAKAGE CHECK
M1426000900401
Check the sunroof for leakage as follows:
1. Close the roof lid glass fully.
2. Using tap water, adjust the water pressure so that
the height of water spouted out from the end of a
hose is approximately 50 cm with the end of the
hose facing up.
Hose
AC506534AB
3. Loosen the roof lid glass assembly mounting
screws. Adjust the roof lid glass height by moving
the roof lid glass assembly along the sunroof lid
guide oblong hole so that the clearance between
the roof lid glass and the vehicle body is even
throughout the circumference.
4. After adjustment, check that the sunroof operates
smoothly.
Approx
30 cm
AC303362 AB
3. Apply tap water to the weatherstrip from
approximately 30 cm above the roof surface for 5
minutes or longer.
4. While applying water, check the vehicle interior for
any trace of leakage. If any leakage from around
the roof lid glass is collected by the drip section,
there is no problem.
SUNROOF ALIGNMENT
M1426001000412
1. Close the roof lid glass fully.
2. Open the sun shade fully.
SUNROOF SAFETY FUNCTION CHECK
M1426004400550
1. Close the roof lid glass while placing an
approximately 10 mm thickness wood chip at right
angles with the roof lid glass.
2. Check to see if the sunroof motor assembly turns
in the opposite direction and the roof lid glass
opens when the roof lid glass touches the wood
chip. If any problem occurs, perform
troubleshooting (Refer to P.42A-145).
SUNROOF OPERATION CHECK
M1426002600600
Check to see that the sunroof operates by pressing
the sunroof switch. If it does not operate, perform
troubleshooting. Refer to P.42A-145.
SUNROOF LID GLASS OPERATION
CURRENT CHECK
M1426003200553
BODY
SUNROOF ASSEMBLY
42A-151
HOW TO ADJUST THE FULLY CLOSED
POSITION
<FORCED FULLY CLOSED POSITION
ADJUSTMENT MODE>
ETACS-ECU
ACB04413AC
1. Remove the sunroof fuse to check that it is
normal, and then connect a circuit tester as
shown.
2. Operate the sunroof switch to ON, and measure
at the intermediate section other than the sunroof
activated, fully opened, and fully opened
positions.
Standard value: 7 A or less (at 20°C)
3. Check the following areas if the operating current
of the sunroof lid glass exceeds the standard
value.
• Sunroof assembly assembling state, deformation
and biting of any foreign substances.
• Drive cable fastening
• Tilting of sunroof lid glass
LEARNING PROCEDURES OF THE
SUNROOF FULLY CLOSED POSITION
M1426004600491
SHIFTING CONDITIONS FOR THE FULLY
CLOSED POSITION ADJUSTMENT MODE
• When shifting to the forced fully closed position
adjustment mode
How to shift to the forced fully closed position adjustment mode
1. Turn the ignition switch to the "ON" position.
2. With the roof lid glass stopped (the position of
the roof lid glass can be any position between
fully opened and fully closed), press and hold
the up switch for 10 seconds.
• When the anti-trap function (safety mechanism)
is activated consecutively five times
• When the position information may be incorrect
due to abnormal power supply during the sunroof
operation
NOTE: When installing the sunroof assembly, or
installing/replacing the sunroof motor assembly,
operate the forced fully closed position adjustment
mode to adjust the fully closed position.
3. After the roof lid glass has reached the tilt-up
position, press and hold the up switch for five
1. With the roof lid glass stopped (the position of the
roof lid glass can be any position between fully
opened and fully closed), press and hold the up
switch.
NOTE: If operating the up switch moves the sunroof normally, use the open switch to fully open
the roof lid glass. After the roof lid glass stops,
press and hold the up switch.
2. Use the up switch to set the roof lid glass to the
tilt-up position. The roof lid glass activates for
approximately 30 mm and stops automatically
when the switch is pressed once. Repeat this
operation until the tilt-up position is reached and
hold there for 3 seconds so that the fully closed
position learning is completed.
<SUCH AS WHEN THE SAFETY
FUNCTION IS ACTIVATED
CONSECUTIVELY FIVE TIMES>
Use the up switch to set the roof lid glass to the tilt-up
position. The roof lid glass activates for approximately 30 mm and stops automatically when the
switch is pressed once. Repeat this operation until
the tilt-up position is reached and hold there for 3
seconds so that the fully closed position learning is
completed.
HOW TO ADJUST THE FULLY CLOSED
POSITION
<FORCED FULLY CLOSED POSITION
ADJUSTMENT MODE>
1. With the roof lid glass stopped (the position of the
roof lid glass can be any position between fully
opened and fully closed), press and hold the up
switch.
NOTE: If operating the up switch moves the sunroof normally, use the open switch to fully open
the roof lid glass. After the roof lid glass stops,
press and hold the up switch.
2. Use the up switch to set the roof lid glass to the
tilt-up position. The roof lid glass activates for
approximately 30 mm and stops automatically
when the switch is pressed once. Repeat this
operation until the tilt-up position is reached.
seconds.
42A-152
BODY
SUNROOF ASSEMBLY
4. Release the up switch once, and then press and
hold it again.
5. The roof lid glass will be tilted down, fully opened
and then fully closed while the up switch is held
down. Press and hold the up switch until the roof
lid glass is fully closed and then stopped. When
the roof lid glass has been fully closed and then
stopped, the fully closed position learning is
completed.
<SUCH AS WHEN THE SAFETY
FUNCTION IS ACTIVATED
CONSECUTIVELY FIVE TIMES>
1. Use the up switch to set the roof lid glass to the
tilt-up position. The roof lid glass activates for
approximately 30 mm and stops automatically
when the switch is pressed once. Repeat this
operation until the tilt-up position is reached.
2. After the roof lid glass has reached the tilt-up
position, press and hold the up switch for five
seconds.
3. Release the up switch once, and then press and
hold it again.
4. The roof lid glass will be tilted down, fully opened
and then fully closed while the up switch is held
down. Press and hold the up switch until the roof
lid glass is fully closed and then stopped. When
the roof lid glass has been fully closed and then
stopped, the fully closed position learning is
completed.
BODY
42A-153
SUNROOF ASSEMBLY
SUNROOF ASSEMBLY
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
M1426001201204
Post-installation operation
<Roof lid glass assembly and sunroof assembly>
• Sunroof leakage check (Refer to P.42A-150.)
• Sunroof alignment (Refer to P.42A-150.)
• Learning procedures for sunroof fully closed position
(Refer to P.42A-151.)
Section B – B
3
2
3
B
ACC00470
1
2
8
B
3.5 ± 0.5 N·m
A
5
A
5
A
5
A
4
5.0 ± 2.0 N·m
5
6
Section A – A
Grease: Use resin-proof silicone grease
7
ACB05471
ACC00120AB
•
1.
Sunroof switch removal
Front room lamp (Refer to GROUP
54A − Front room lamp .)
Sunroof lid glass assembly
removal
Sunroof lid glass assembly
2.
3.
4.
Sunroof lid glass assembly
removal (Continued)
Sunroof lid weatherstrip
Sunroof lid glass
Sunroof motor assembly
removal steps
Sunroof motor assembly
BODY
42A-154
SUNROOF ASSEMBLY
5.
6.
<<A>>
•
•
>>A<<
7.
•
>>A<<
8.
Sunroof assembly removal
steps
Drain pipe connection
Sunroof assembly
Drain pipe removal steps
Headlining (Refer to GROUP 52A −
Headlining .)
Splash shield front (Refer to
P.42A-9.)
Front drain pipe
Splash shield rear (rear bumper
side) (Refer to P.42A-9.)
Rear drain pipe
REMOVAL SERVICE POINT
<<A>> SUNROOF ASSEMBLY REMOVAL
INSTALLATION SERVICE POINT
>>A<< FRONT DRAIN PIPE/REAR DRAIN
PIPE INSTALLATION
Unit: mm
<Front drain pipe>
32 ± 5
Grommet
<Rear drain pipe (LH side)>
ACC00365
32 ± 5
Long nose pliers
Grommet
<Rear drain pipe (RH side)>
ACC00122
32 ± 5
AC506535AB
Use a pair of long nose pliers or the like to remove
the sunroof assembly while turning it in the direction
shown in the figure.
Grommet
ACC00123
ACC00364 AB
Install the grommet, and adjust the drain pipe projection as shown.
INSPECTION
M1426004700409
SUNROOF SWITCH CONTINUITY CHECK
Sunroof switch
AC506531AB
BODY
42A-155
SUNROOF ASSEMBLY
Switch position
Terminal
number
Normal
value
Switch position
Terminal
number
Normal
value
Tilt up
3−4
Continuity
exists (2 Ω
or less)
Close/down
4−6
Continuity
exists (2 Ω
or less)
OFF
3 − 4, 4 − 5, 4 −
6
No
continuity
DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY
4−5
Continuity
exists (2 Ω
or less)
Open
M1426001400551
4
6
1
3
5
2
8
7N
ACB05470AB
<<A>>
>>A<<
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Disassembly steps
Sunroof drip rail
Sunroof sunshade stopper
Sunroof sunshade knob
Sunroof sunshade
Sunroof drip plate
Sunroof deflector
Sunroof pad
Sunroof housing
REMOVAL SERVICE POINTS
<<A>> SUNROOF SUNSHADE REMOVAL
CAUTION
Sunroof housing
ACC00127AB
Before removing the sunroof sunshade, clean up
the slash area of the sunroof housing as shown.
If you fail to do so, it may get dirty when removing the sunroof sunshade.
BODY
42A-156
SUNROOF ASSEMBLY
INSTALLATION SERVICE POINTS
>>A<< SUNROOF PAD INSTALLATION
Sunroof pad
Sunroof housing
: Front of sunroof housing
Marking
AC708962 AB
Align the sunroof pad with the marking on the sunroof housing and install it.
BODY
42A-157
LOOSE PANEL
LOOSE PANEL
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
M1421003101402
CAUTION
• Disconnect the battery (−) terminal and wait for 60 seconds or more before starting work. Insulate
the disconnected (−) terminal by wrapping a tape.
• Handle the front impact sensor with sufficient caution, and do not drop the sensor or allow contact with water, oil, or others. If a dent, crack, deformation and others are discovered, replace it
with a new one.
9.0 ± 1.0 N·m
3
4
12 ± 2 N·m
5
9.0 ± 2.0 N·m
12 ± 2 N·m
5.0 ± 2.0 N·m
9
1
5.0 ± 2.0 N·m
2
5.0 ± 2.0 N·m
12
8
Front axle crossmenber
5.0 ± 2.0 N·m
20 ± 5 N·m
Radiator
9
6
7.0 ± 3.0 N·m
14
5.0 ± 2.0 N·m
6
14
71 ± 10 N·m
71 ± 10 N·m
10
13
11
20 ± 5 N·m
7
11
5.0 ± 2.0 N·m
7
71 ± 10 N·m
5.0 ± 2.0 N·m
47 ± 11 N·m
ACB05848AB
BODY
42A-158
LOOSE PANEL
19 ± 6 N·m
19 ± 6 N·m
19 ± 6 N·m
19 ± 6 N·m
16
16
20 ± 5 N·m
20 ± 5 N·m
18
18
42 ± 8 N·m
41 ± 10 N·m
17
15
41 ± 10 N·m
42 ± 8 N·m
15
41 ± 10 N·m
•
1.
2.
•
1.
2.
3.
4.
•
•
>>B<< 5.
Front bumper reinforcement stay
removal steps
Radiator grille (Refer to GROUP 51 −
Radiator Grille .)
Latch cover
Front bumper reinforcement stay
Headlamp support panel upper
removal steps
Radiator grille (Refer to GROUP 51 −
Radiator Grille .)
Latch cover
Front bumper reinforcement stay
Hood lock release cable
Hood latch
Front impact sensor (Refer to
GROUP 52B − Front Impact Sensor .)
Support upper insulator (Refer to
GROUP 14 − Radiator .)
Headlamp support panel upper
ACC00054AB
•
6.
7.
•
1.
2.
•
6.
7.
8.
Airguide removal steps
Front bumper assembly (Refer to
GROUP 51 − Front Bumper
Assembly .)
Airguide upper
Airguide lower
Front bumper reinforcement A
removal steps
Radiator grille (Refer to GROUP 51 −
Radiator Grille .)
Latch cover
Front bumper reinforcement stay
Front bumper assembly (Refer to
GROUP 51 − Front Bumper
Assembly .)
Airguide lower
Airguide upper
Front bumper reinforcement A
BODY
42A-159
LOOSE PANEL
•
1.
2.
•
6.
7.
8.
9.
•
>>A<< 10.
•
11.
12.
13.
14.
•
15.
•
16.
17.
Front bumper side reinforcement
removal steps
Radiator grille (Refer to GROUP 51 −
Radiator Grille .)
Latch cover
Front bumper reinforcement stay
Front bumper assembly (Refer to
GROUP 51 − Front Bumper
Assembly .)
Airguide lower
Airguide upper
Front bumper reinforcement A
Front bumper side reinforcement
Front bumper reinforcement B
removal
Front bumper assembly (Refer to
GROUP 51 − Front Bumper
Assembly .)
Front bumper reinforcement B
Front bumper side reinforcement
lower removal
Engine room under cover front A
(Refer to GROUP 51 − Under Cover .)
Front bumper side reinforcement
lower
Dash panel heat protector removal
Dash panel heat protector
Front floor backbone brace
removal
Front floor backbone brace
Front end side panel removal
Front end side panel
Body loose panel bracket removal
Second seat assembly (Refer to
GROUP 52A − Second Seat .)
Body loose panel bracket
Rear wheelhouse inner panel brace
removal
Quarter trim, lower (Refer to GROUP
52A − Interior Trim .)
Rear wheelhouse inner panel brace
Tie down hook rear removal
Tie down hook rear
Rear bumper reinforcement
removal
• Rear bumper assembly (Refer to
GROUP 51 − Rear Bumper Assembly
.)
18. Rear bumper reinforcement
INSTALLATION SERVICE POINTS
>>A<< FRONT BUMPER REINFORCEMENT B INSTALLATION
Front bumper
reinforcement B
8
2
3
7
1
5
6
4
ACC00340AB
Tighten the front bumper reinforcement B bolts in the
numerical order to 20 ± 5 N⋅m.
>>B<< HEADLAMP SUPPORT PANEL
UPPER INSTALLATION
3
2
4
Headlamp support
panel upper
1
5
6
ACC00339AB
Tighten the headlamp support panel upper bolts in
the numerical order to 12 ± 2 N⋅m.
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