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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
SECTION
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CONTENTS
PRECAUTIONS ...............................................................4
Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) ‘‘AIR
BAG’’ and ‘‘SEAT BELT PRE-TENSIONER’’...............4
Wiring Diagrams and Trouble Diagnosis.....................4
HARNESS CONNECTOR................................................5
Description ...................................................................5
STANDARDIZED RELAY................................................7
Description ...................................................................7
POWER SUPPLY ROUTING...........................................9
Schematic ....................................................................9
Wiring Diagram — POWER —..................................10
Inspection...................................................................17
GROUND........................................................................18
Ground Distribution....................................................18
COMBINATION SWITCH ..............................................30
Check.........................................................................30
Replacement..............................................................31
STEERING SWITCH......................................................32
Check.........................................................................32
HEADLAMP (FOR USA) ...............................................33
Component Parts and Harness Connector
Location .....................................................................33
System Description....................................................33
Schematic ..................................................................36
Wiring Diagram — H/LAMP —..................................37
CONSULT-II Inspection Procedure............................41
CONSULT-II Application Items ..................................42
Trouble Diagnoses.....................................................42
Bulb Replacement .....................................................43
Aiming Adjustment .....................................................44
HEADLAMP (FOR CANADA) — DAYTIME LIGHT
SYSTEM — ....................................................................45
Component Parts and Harness Connector
Location .....................................................................45
System Description....................................................45
Schematic ..................................................................48
Wiring Diagram — DTRL — ......................................49
Trouble Diagnoses.....................................................53
Bulb Replacement .....................................................56
Aiming Adjustment .....................................................56
PARKING, LICENSE AND TAIL LAMPS .....................57
System Description....................................................57
Schematic ..................................................................58
Wiring Diagram — TAIL/L — .....................................59
CONSULT-II Inspection Procedure............................63
CONSULT-II Application Items ..................................64
Trouble Diagnoses.....................................................64
STOP LAMP ..................................................................65
Wiring Diagram — STOP/L —...................................65
BACK-UP LAMP............................................................66
Wiring Diagram — BACK/L —...................................66
FRONT FOG LAMP.......................................................67
System Description....................................................67
Wiring Diagram — F/FOG — ....................................68
Aiming Adjustment .....................................................71
TURN SIGNAL AND HAZARD WARNING LAMPS .....72
System Description....................................................72
Wiring Diagram — TURN — .....................................74
Trouble Diagnoses.....................................................76
Electrical Components Inspection .............................76
ILLUMINATION..............................................................77
System Description....................................................77
Schematic ..................................................................78
Wiring Diagram — ILL — ..........................................79
INTERIOR, STEP, SPOT, VANITY MIRROR AND
TRUNK ROOM LAMPS .................................................86
System Description....................................................86
Schematic ..................................................................89
Wiring Diagram — INT/L —.......................................90
CONSULT-II Inspection Procedure............................95
CONSULT-II Application Items ..................................96
Trouble Diagnoses for Interior Lamp Timer...............98
METERS AND GAUGES............................................. 111
Component Parts and Harness Connector
Location ................................................................... 111
System Description.................................................. 111
Combination Meter ..................................................113
Schematic ................................................................115
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Wiring Diagram — METER —.................................116
Meter/Gauge Operation and Odo/Trip Meter
Segment Check in Diagnosis Mode ........................117
Trouble Diagnoses...................................................118
Electrical Components Inspection ...........................126
WARNING LAMPS ......................................................128
Schematic ................................................................128
Wiring Diagram — WARN — ..................................129
Electrical Components Inspection ...........................133
A/T INDICATOR...........................................................134
Wiring Diagram — AT/IND —..................................134
WARNING CHIME .......................................................136
Component Parts and Harness Connector
Location ...................................................................136
System Description..................................................136
Wiring Diagram — CHIME —..................................138
CONSULT-II Inspection Procedure..........................141
CONSULT-II Application Items ................................142
Trouble Diagnoses...................................................143
FRONT WIPER AND WASHER ..................................151
System Description..................................................151
Wiring Diagram — WIPER — .................................153
Removal and Installation .........................................154
Washer Nozzle Adjustment .....................................155
Washer Tube Layout ...............................................155
HORN ...........................................................................156
Wiring Diagram — HORN —...................................156
CIGARETTE LIGHTER................................................157
Wiring Diagram — CIGAR —..................................157
CLOCK.........................................................................158
Wiring Diagram — CLOCK —.................................158
REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER.....................................159
Component Parts and Harness Connector
Location ...................................................................159
System Description..................................................159
Wiring Diagram — DEF — ......................................160
CONSULT-II Inspection Procedure..........................162
CONSULT-II Application Items ................................163
Trouble Diagnoses...................................................164
Electrical Components Inspection ...........................168
Filament Check........................................................169
Filament Repair .......................................................170
AUDIO ..........................................................................171
System Description..................................................171
Schematic ................................................................172
Wiring Diagram — AUDIO — ..................................174
Trouble Diagnoses...................................................181
Inspection.................................................................182
Wiring Diagram — REMOTE —..............................183
AUDIO ANTENNA .......................................................185
Wiring Diagram — W/ANT —..................................185
Location of Antenna.................................................186
(Cont’d)
Window Antenna Repair ..........................................186
POWER SUNROOF.....................................................188
System Description..................................................188
Wiring Diagram — SROOF — ................................189
CONSULT-II Inspection Procedure..........................190
CONSULT-II Application Items ................................191
Trouble Diagnoses...................................................191
DOOR MIRROR ...........................................................193
Wiring Diagram — MIRROR —...............................193
AUTO ANTI-DAZZLING INSIDE MIRROR .................194
Wiring Diagram — I/MIRR — ..................................194
TRUNK LID AND FUEL FILLER LID OPENER .........195
Wiring Diagram — T&FLID —.................................195
TELEPHONE (PRE WIRE) ..........................................196
Wiring Diagram — PHONE — ................................196
POWER SEAT .............................................................197
Schematic ................................................................197
Wiring Diagram — SEAT — ....................................198
HEATED SEAT ............................................................201
Wiring Diagram — HSEAT —..................................201
Seatback Heating Unit.............................................202
AUTOMATIC SPEED CONTROL DEVICE (ASCD) ...203
Component Parts and Harness Connector
Location ...................................................................203
System Description..................................................204
Schematic ................................................................206
Wiring Diagram — ASCD — ...................................207
Fail-safe System ......................................................211
CONSULT-II Inspection Procedure..........................211
CONSULT-II Self-diagnostic Results .......................212
CONSULT-II Data Monitor .......................................213
Trouble Diagnoses...................................................214
Electrical Component Inspection .............................226
ASCD Wire Adjustment ...........................................227
POWER WINDOW .......................................................228
System Description..................................................228
Schematic ................................................................230
Wiring Diagram — WINDOW — .............................231
CONSULT-II Inspection Procedure..........................235
CONSULT-II Application Items ................................236
Trouble Diagnoses...................................................236
POWER DOOR LOCK.................................................240
Component Parts and Harness Connector
Location ...................................................................240
System Description..................................................240
Schematic ................................................................241
Wiring Diagram — D/LOCK —................................242
CONSULT-II Inspection Procedure..........................247
CONSULT-II Application Items ................................248
Trouble Diagnoses...................................................249
MULTI-REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM .......................259
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Component Parts and Harness Connector
Location ...................................................................259
System Description..................................................259
Schematic ................................................................262
Wiring Diagram — MULTI —...................................263
CONSULT-II Inspection Procedure..........................267
CONSULT-II Application Items ................................268
Trouble Diagnoses...................................................269
ID Code Entry Procedure ........................................283
Remote Controller Battery Replacement.................287
VEHICLE SECURITY (THEFT WARNING)
SYSTEM.......................................................................288
Component Parts and Harness Connector
Location ...................................................................288
System Description..................................................289
Schematic ................................................................294
Wiring Diagram — VEHSEC — ..............................296
CONSULT-II Inspection Procedure..........................302
CONSULT-II Application Item ..................................303
Trouble Diagnoses...................................................304
SMART ENTRANCE CONTROL UNIT .......................322
Description ...............................................................322
CONSULT-II .............................................................324
Schematic ................................................................326
Smart Entrance Control Unit Inspection Table ........328
INTEGRATED HOMELINK TRANSMITTER ...............331
Wiring Diagram — TRNSMT — ..............................331
Trouble Diagnoses...................................................332
NVIS (NISSAN VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM
- NATS) ........................................................................334
(Cont’d)
Component Parts and Harness Connetor
Location ...................................................................334
System Description..................................................335
System Composition................................................335
Wiring Diagram — NATS —....................................336
CONSULT-II .............................................................337
Trouble Diagnoses...................................................339
How to Replace NVIS (NATS) IMMU......................352
ELECTRICAL UNITS LOCATION...............................353
Engine Compartment...............................................353
Passenger Compartment.........................................354
HARNESS LAYOUT ....................................................357
How to Read Harness Layout .................................357
Outline......................................................................358
Main Harness...........................................................360
Engine Room Harness ............................................364
Engine Control Harness ..........................................368
Body Harness ..........................................................370
Body No. 2 Harness ................................................372
Tail Harness .............................................................374
Room Lamp Harness...............................................375
Front Door Harness .................................................376
Rear Door Harness..................................................378
BULB SPECIFICATIONS ............................................380
Headlamp.................................................................380
Exterior Lamp ..........................................................380
Interior Lamp............................................................380
WIRING DIAGRAM CODES (CELL CODES).............381
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PRECAUTIONS
Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) “AIR BAG” and “SEAT BELT PRE-TENSIONER”
Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) “AIR
BAG” and “SEAT BELT PRE-TENSIONER”
NFEL0001
The Supplemental Restraint System such as “AIR BAG” and “SEAT BELT PRE-TENSIONER” used along with
a seat belt, helps to reduce the risk or severity of injury to the driver and front passenger for certain types of
collision. The SRS system composition which is available to NISSAN MODEL A33 is as follows (The composition varies according to optional equipment.):
I For a frontal collision
The Supplemental Restraint System consists of driver air bag module (located in the center of the steering wheel), front passenger air bag module (located on the instrument panel on passenger side), seat belt
pre-tensioners, a diagnosis sensor unit, crash zone sensor, warning lamp, wiring harness and spiral cable.
I For a side collision
The Supplemental Restraint System consists of front side air bag module (located in the outer side of front
seat), satellite sensor, diagnosis sensor unit (one of components of air bags for a frontal collision), wiring
harness, warning lamp (one of components of air bags for a frontal collision).
Information necessary to service the system safely is included in the RS section of this Service Manual.
WARNING:
I To avoid rendering the SRS inoperative, which could increase the risk of personal injury or death
in the event of a collision which would result in air bag inflation, all maintenance should be performed by an authorized NISSAN dealer.
I Improper maintenance, including incorrect removal and installation of the SRS, can lead to personal injury caused by unintentional activation of the system. For removal of Spiral Cable and Air
Bag Module, see the RS section.
I Do not use electrical test equipment on any circuit related to the SRS unless instructed to in this
Service Manual. Spiral cable and wiring harnesses covered with yellow insulation tape either just
before the harness connectors or for the complete harness are related to the SRS.
Wiring Diagrams and Trouble Diagnosis
When you read wiring diagrams, refer to the following:
I GI-11, “HOW TO READ WIRING DIAGRAMS”
I EL-9, “POWER SUPPLY ROUTING” for power distribution circuit
When you perform trouble diagnosis, refer to the following:
I GI-34, “HOW TO FOLLOW TEST GROUPS IN TROUBLE DIAGNOSES”
I GI-24, “HOW TO PERFORM EFFICIENT DIAGNOSIS FOR AN ELECTRICAL INCIDENT”
Check for any Service bulletins before servicing the vehicle.
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HARNESS CONNECTOR
Description
Description
HARNESS CONNECTOR (TAB-LOCKING TYPE)
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NFEL0003
NFEL0003S01
The tab-locking type connectors help prevent accidental looseness or disconnection.
The tab-locking type connectors are disconnected by pushing or lifting the locking tab(s). Refer to the
illustration below.
Refer to the next page for description of the slide-locking type connector.
CAUTION:
Do not pull the harness or wires when disconnecting the connector.
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HARNESS CONNECTOR
Description (Cont’d)
HARNESS CONNECTOR (SLIDE-LOCKING TYPE)
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A new style slide-locking type connector is used on certain systems and components, especially those
related to OBD.
I The slide-locking type connectors help prevent incomplete locking and accidental looseness or disconnection.
I The slide-locking type connectors are disconnected by pushing or pulling the slider. Refer to the illustration below.
CAUTION:
I Do not pull the harness or wires when disconnecting the connector.
I Be careful not to damage the connector support bracket when disconnecting the connector.
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STANDARDIZED RELAY
Description
Description
NFEL0004
NORMAL OPEN, NORMAL CLOSED AND MIXED TYPE RELAYS
NFEL0004S01
Relays can mainly be divided into three types: normal open, normal closed and mixed type relays.
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TYPE OF STANDARDIZED RELAYS
NFEL0004S02
1M
1 Make
2M
2 Make
1T
1 Transfer
1M·1B
1 Make 1 Break
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STANDARDIZED RELAY
Description (Cont’d)
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POWER SUPPLY ROUTING
Schematic
Schematic
NFEL0005
For detailed ground distribution information, refer to “GROUND DISTRIBUTION”, EL-18.
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MEL004N
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POWER SUPPLY ROUTING
Wiring Diagram — POWER —
Wiring Diagram — POWER —
BATTERY POWER SUPPLY — IGNITION SW. IN ANY POSITION
NFEL0006
NFEL0006S01
MEL005N
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POWER SUPPLY ROUTING
Wiring Diagram — POWER — (Cont’d)
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MEL006N
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POWER SUPPLY ROUTING
Wiring Diagram — POWER — (Cont’d)
MEL007N
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POWER SUPPLY ROUTING
Wiring Diagram — POWER — (Cont’d)
ACCESSORY POWER SUPPLY — IGNITION SW. IN “ACC” OR “ON”
NFEL0006S02
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POWER SUPPLY ROUTING
Wiring Diagram — POWER — (Cont’d)
IGNITION POWER SUPPLY — IGNITION SW. IN “ON” AND/OR “START”
NFEL0006S03
MEL009N
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POWER SUPPLY ROUTING
Wiring Diagram — POWER — (Cont’d)
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POWER SUPPLY ROUTING
Wiring Diagram — POWER — (Cont’d)
MEL011N
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POWER SUPPLY ROUTING
Inspection
Inspection
FUSE
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NFEL0007S01
If fuse is blown, be sure to eliminate cause of problem
before installing new fuse.
Use fuse of specified rating. Never use fuse of more than
specified rating.
Do not partially install fuse; always insert it into fuse
holder properly.
Remove fuse for “ELECTRICAL PARTS (BAT)” if vehicle is
not used for a long period of time.
CEL083
FUSIBLE LINK
SEL165W
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A melted fusible link can be detected either by visual inspection or
by feeling with finger tip. If its condition is questionable, use circuit
tester or test lamp.
CAUTION:
I If fusible link should melt, it is possible that critical circuit
(power supply or large current carrying circuit) is shorted.
In such a case, carefully check and eliminate cause of
problem.
I Never wrap outside of fusible link with vinyl tape. Important: Never let fusible link touch any other wiring harness,
vinyl or rubber parts.
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CIRCUIT BREAKER (PTC THERMISTOR TYPE)
NFEL0007S03
The PTC thermistor generates heat in response to current flow.
The temperature (and resistance) of the thermistor element varies
with current flow. Excessive current flow will cause the element’s
temperature to rise. When the temperature reaches a specified
level, the electrical resistance will rise sharply to control the circuit
current.
Reduced current flow will cause the element to cool. Resistance
falls accordingly and normal circuit current flow is allowed to
resume.
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GROUND
Ground Distribution
Ground Distribution
MAIN HARNESS
NFEL0008
NFEL0008S01
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GROUND
Ground Distribution (Cont’d)
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GROUND
Ground Distribution (Cont’d)
MEL093N
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GROUND
Ground Distribution (Cont’d)
ENGINE ROOM HARNESS
NFEL0008S02
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GROUND
Ground Distribution (Cont’d)
MEL284L
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GROUND
Ground Distribution (Cont’d)
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GROUND
Ground Distribution (Cont’d)
ENGINE CONTROL HARNESS
NFEL0008S03
MEL095N
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GROUND
Ground Distribution (Cont’d)
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GROUND
Ground Distribution (Cont’d)
BODY HARNESS
NFEL0008S04
MEL097N
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GROUND
Ground Distribution (Cont’d)
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GROUND
Ground Distribution (Cont’d)
BODY NO. 2 HARNESS
=NFEL0008S05
MEL098N
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GROUND
Ground Distribution (Cont’d)
TAIL HARNESS
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COMBINATION SWITCH
Check
Check
NFEL0009
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COMBINATION SWITCH
Replacement
Replacement
NFEL0010
For removal and installation of spiral cable, refer to RS-26,
“Installation — Air Bag Module and Spiral Cable”.
I Each switch can be replaced without removing combination
switch base.
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screw.
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Before installing the steering wheel, align the steering wheel
guide pins with the screws which secure the combination
switch as shown in the left figure.
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STEERING SWITCH
Check
Check
NFEL0011
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HEADLAMP (FOR USA)
Component Parts and Harness Connector Location
Component Parts and Harness Connector
Location
NFEL0197
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System Description
NFEL0198
The headlamp operation is controlled by the lighting switch which is built into the combination switch and
headlamp battery saver control unit. And the headlamp battery saver system is controlled by the headlamp
battery saver control unit and smart entrance control unit.
OUTLINE
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Power is supplied at all times
I to headlamp LH relay terminals 1 and 5
I through 15A fuse (No. 68, located in the fuse and fusible link box), and
I to headlamp RH relay terminals 1 and 5
I through 15A fuse (No. 69, located in the fuse and fusible link box), and
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 49
I through 10A fuse [No. 13, located in the fuse block (J/B)].
When the ignition switch is in the ON or START position, power is supplied
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 27
I through 10A fuse [No. 10, located in the fuse block (J/B)].
When the ignition switch is in the ACC or ON position, power is supplied
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 26
I through 10A fuse [No. 1, located in the fuse block (J/B)]
Ground is supplied
I to smart entrance control unit terminals 43 and 64
I through body grounds M9, M25 and M87.
POWER SUPPLY TO LOW BEAM AND HIGH BEAM
When lighting switch is in 2ND or PASS position, ground is supplied
I to headlamp LH relay terminal 2 from smart entrance control unit terminal 21
I through smart entrance control unit terminal 22,
I from lighting switch terminal 12, and
I to headlamp RH relay terminal 2 from smart entrance control unit terminal 59
I through smart entrance control unit terminal 60,
I from lighting switch terminal 12.
Headlamp relays (LH and RH) are energized and then power is supplied to headlamps (LH and RH).
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System Description (Cont’d)
LOW BEAM OPERATION
NFEL0198S02
When the lighting switch is turned to the 2ND position and placed in LOW (“B”) position, power is supplied
I from terminal 3 of each headlamp relay
I to terminal 3 of each headlamp
Ground is supplied
I to headlamp LH terminal 2
I through lighting switch terminals 7 and 5
I through body grounds E11, E22 and E53, and
I to headlamp RH terminal 2
I through lighting switch terminal 10 and 8
I through body grounds E11, E22 and E53.
With power and ground supplied, the headlamp(s) will illuminate.
HIGH BEAM OPERATION/FLASH-TO-PASS OPERATION
NFEL0198S03
When the lighting switch is turned to the 2ND position and placed in HIGH (“A”) position or PASS (“C”) position,
power is supplied
I from terminal 3 of each headlamp relay
I to terminal 3 of each headlamp, and
I to combination meter terminal 26 for the HIGH BEAM indicator.
Ground is supplied
I to headlamp LH terminal 1
I through lighting switch terminals 6 and 5
I through body grounds E11, E22 and E53, and
I to headlamp RH terminal 1
I to combination meter terminal 27 for the HIGH BEAM indicator
I through lighting switch terminals 9 and 8
I through body grounds E11, E22 and E53.
With power and ground supplied, the high beams and the high beam indicator illuminate.
BATTERY SAVER CONTROL
NFEL0198S04
Headlamps will remain on for a short while after the ignition switch is turned ON (or START) from OFF (or
ACC).
Continuity between terminals 21 and 22, and between terminals 59 and 60 of smart entrance control unit will
be disturbed after 45 seconds, then the headlamps will be turned off.
Then the headlamps are turned off.
The headlamps are turned off when driver or passenger side door is opened even if 45 seconds have not
passed after ignition switch is turned from ON (or START) to OFF (or ACC) positions while headlamps are
illuminated.
When the lighting switch is turned from OFF to 2ND after headlamps are turned to off by the battery saver
control, ground is supplied
I to smart entrance control unit terminals 20 and 58 from lighting switch terminal 11, and then,
I to headlamp LH and RH relays terminal 2 from smart entrance control unit terminals 21 and 59,
I through smart entrance control unit terminals 22 and 60 and
I through lighting switch terminal 12.
Then headlamps illuminate again.
AUTO LIGHT OPERATION
NFEL0198S06
The auto light control system has an optical sensor inside it that detects outside brightness.
When lighting switch is in “AUTO” position, ground is supplied
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 23
I from lighting switch terminal 42.
When ignition switch is turn to “ON” or “START” position and
Outside brightness is darker than prescribed level.
Ground is supplied
I to headlamp relay LH and RH terminals 2
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HEADLAMP (FOR USA)
System Description (Cont’d)
I through smart entrance control unit terminal 21, 59 and 43, 64.
Then both headlamp relays and tail lamp relay are energized, headlamps (low or high) and tail lamps are illuminate according to switch position.
Auto light operation allows headlamps and tail lamps to go off when
I Ignition switch is turned to “OFF” position or
I Outside brightness is brighter than prescribed level.
NOTE:
The delay time changes (maximum of 20 seconds) as the outside brightness changes.
For parking license and tail lamp auto operation, refer to “PARKING, LICENSE AND TAIL LAMPS”.
VEHICLE SECURITY SYSTEM
NFEL0198S05
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The vehicle security system will flash the high beams if the system is triggered. Refer to “VEHICLE SECURITY (THEFT WARNING) SYSTEM” (EL-291).
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HEADLAMP (FOR USA)
Schematic
Schematic
NFEL0199
MEL012N
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HEADLAMP (FOR USA)
Wiring Diagram — H/LAMP —
Wiring Diagram — H/LAMP —
NFEL0013
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HEADLAMP (FOR USA)
Wiring Diagram — H/LAMP — (Cont’d)
MEL014N
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HEADLAMP (FOR USA)
Wiring Diagram — H/LAMP — (Cont’d)
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MEL015N
EL-39
HEADLAMP (FOR USA)
Wiring Diagram — H/LAMP — (Cont’d)
SEL194Y
EL-40
HEADLAMP (FOR USA)
CONSULT-II Inspection Procedure
CONSULT-II Inspection Procedure
“RETAINED PWR”
1.
2.
Turn ignition switch “OFF”.
Connect “CONSULT-II” to the data link connector.
NFEL0200
NFEL0200S01
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3.
4.
Turn ignition switch “ON”.
Touch “START”.
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5.
Touch “SMART ENTRANCE”.
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6.
Touch “RETAINED PWR”.
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7.
Select diagnosis mode.
“DATA MONITOR” and “ACTIVE TEST” are available.
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EL-41
HEADLAMP (FOR USA)
CONSULT-II Application Items
CONSULT-II Application Items
“RETAINED PWR”
Data Monitor
NFEL0201S0101
Monitored Item
Description
IGN ON SW
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of ignition switch.
DOOR SW-DR
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of front door switch LH.
DOOR SW-AS
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of front door switch RH.
Active Test
NFEL0201S0102
Test Item
RETAINED PWR
NFEL0201
NFEL0201S01
Description
This test is able to supply RAP signal (power) from smart entrance control unit to power window
system, power sunroof system. Those systems can be operated when turning on “RETAINED
PWR” on CONSULT-II screen even if the ignition switch is tuned OFF.
NOTE:
During this test, CONSULT-II can be operated with ignition switch “OFF” position.
“RETAINED PWR” should be turned “ON” or “OFF” on CONSULT-II screen when ignition
switch is ON. Then turn ignition switch OFF for checking retained power operation. CONSULT-II might be stuck if “RETAINED PWR” is turned “ON” or “OFF” on CONSULT-II
screen when ignition switch is OFF.
Trouble Diagnoses
Symptom
Possible cause
NFEL0255
Repair order
Neither headlamp operates.
1. 10A fuse
2. Lighting switch
3. Smart entrance control unit
1. Check 10A fuse [No. 13, located in fuse block (J/B)].
Verify battery positive voltage is present at terminal
49 of smart entrance control unit.
2. Check Lighting switch.
3. Check smart entrance control unit. (EL-328)
LH headlamp (low and high beam)
does not operate, but RH headlamp (low and high beam) does
operate.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
15A fuse
Headlamp LH relay
Headlamp LH relay circuit
Lighting switch circuit
Smart entrance control unit
1. Check 15A fuse (No. 68, located in fusible link and
fuse box). Verify battery positive voltage is present
at terminals 1 and 5 of headlamp LH relay.
2. Check headlamp LH relay.
3. Check the following.
a. Harness between headlamp LH relay and headlamp
LH.
b. Harness between headlamp LH relay and smart
entrance control unit.
4. Check harness between smart entrance control unit
and lighting switch.
5. Check smart entrance control unit. (EL-328)
RH headlamp (low and high beam) 1. 15A fuse
does not operate, but LH headlamp 2. Headlamp RH relay
(low and high beam) does operate. 3. Headlamp RH relay circuit
4. Lighting switch circuit
5. Smart entrance control unit
1. Check 15A fuse (No. 69, located in fusible link and
fuse box). Verify battery positive voltage is present
at terminals 1 and 5 of headlamp RH relay.
2. Check headlamp RH relay.
3. Check the following.
a. Harness between headlamp RH relay and headlamp
RH.
b. Harness between headlamp RH relay and smart
entrance control unit.
4. Check harness between smart entrance control unit
and lighting switch.
5. Check smart entrance control unit. (EL-328)
LH high beam does not operate,
but LH low beam does operate.
1. Check bulb.
2. Check the harness between lighting switch and LH
headlamp for an open circuit.
3. Check lighting switch.
1. Bulb
2. Open in LH high beams circuit
3. Lighting switch
EL-42
HEADLAMP (FOR USA)
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
Symptom
Possible cause
LH low beam does not operate, but 1. Bulb
LH high beam does operate.
2. Open in LH low beams circuit
3. Lighting switch
Repair order
1. Check bulb.
2. Check the harness between lighting switch and LH
headlamp for an open circuit.
3. Check lighting switch.
RH high beam does not operate,
but RH low beam does operate.
1. Bulb
2. Open in RH high beams circuit
3. Lighting switch
1. Check bulb.
2. Check the harness between lighting switch and RH
headlamp for an open circuit.
3. Check lighting switch.
RH low beam does not operate,
but RH high beam does operate.
1. Bulb
2. Open in RH low beams circuit
3. Lighting switch
1. Check bulb.
2. Check the harness between lighting switch and RH
headlamp for an open circuit.
3. Check lighting switch.
High beam indicator does not work. 1. Bulb
2. Open in high beam circuit
Battery saver control does not
operate properly.
1. Door switch LH or RH circuit
2. Smart entrance control unit
1. Check bulb in combination meter.
2. Check the following.
a. Harness between headlamp RH relay and combination meter for an open circuit
b. Harness between combination meter and combination switch for an open circuit
1. Check the following.
a. Harness between smart entrance control unit and
LH or RH door switch for open or short circuit
b. LH or RH door switch ground circuit
c. LH or RH door switch
2. Check smart entrance control unit. (EL-328)
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Bulb Replacement
NFEL0015
The headlamp is a semi-sealed beam type which uses a replaceable halogen bulb. The bulb can be replaced from the engine compartment side without removing the headlamp body.
I Grasp only the plastic base when handling the bulb. Never
touch the glass envelope.
1. Disconnect the battery cable.
2. Disconnect the harness connector from the back side of the
bulb.
3. Pull off the rubber cap.
4. Remove the headlamp bulb carefully. Do not shake or rotate
the bulb when removing it.
5. Install in the reverse order of removal.
CAUTION:
Do not leave headlamp reflector without bulb for a long period
of time. Dust, moisture, smoke, etc. entering headlamp body
may affect the performance of the headlamp. Remove headlamp bulb from the headlamp reflector just before a replacement bulb is installed.
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HEADLAMP (FOR USA)
Aiming Adjustment
Aiming Adjustment
NFEL0016
For details, refer to the regulations in your own country.
Before performing aiming adjustment, check the following.
1) Keep all tires inflated to correct pressures.
2) Place vehicle on flat surface.
3) See that there is no-load in vehicle (coolant, engine oil filled up
to correct level and full fuel tank) other than the driver (or
equivalent weight placed in driver’s position).
LOW BEAM
1.
2.
I
NFEL0016S02
Turn headlamp low beam on.
Use adjusting screws to perform aiming adjustment.
First tighten the adjusting screw all the way and then
make adjustment by loosening the screw.
SEL333W
SEL377W
If the vehicle front body has been repaired and/or the headlamp
assembly has been replaced, check aiming. Use the aiming chart
shown in the figure.
I Basic illuminating area for adjustment should be within
the range shown on the aiming chart. Adjust headlamps
accordingly.
EL-44
HEADLAMP (FOR CANADA) — DAYTIME LIGHT SYSTEM —
Component Parts and Harness Connector Location
Component Parts and Harness Connector
Location
NFEL0203
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System Description
NFEL0204
The headlamp system for Canada vehicles contains a daytime light control unit that activates the high beam
headlamps at approximately half illumination whenever the engine is running. If the parking brake is applied
before the engine is started the daytime lights will not be illuminated. The daytime lights will illuminate once
the parking brake is released. Thereafter, the daytime lights will continue to operate when the parking brake
is applied.
And battery saver system is controlled by the smart entrance control unit.
Power is supplied at all times
I to headlamp LH relay terminals 1 and 5
I through 15A fuse (No. 68, located in the fuse and fusible link box), and
I to headlamp RH relay terminals 1 and 5
I through 15A fuse (No. 69, located in the fuse and fusible link box), and
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 49
I through 10A fuse [No. 13, located in the fuse block (J/B)].
Ground is supplied
I to daytime light control unit terminal 16 and
I to smart entrance control unit terminals 43 and 64
When the ignition switch is in the ON or START position, power is also supplied
I to daytime light control unit terminal 3
I through 10A fuse [No. 28, located in the fuse block (J/B)], and
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 27
I through 10A fuse [No. 10, located in the fuse block (J/B)].
When the ignition switch is in the ACC or ON position, power is supplied
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 26
I through 10A fuse [No. 1, located in the fuse block (J/B)].
When the ignition switch is in the START position, power is supplied
I to daytime light control unit terminal 2
I through 10A fuse [No. 21, located in the fuse block (J/B)].
HEADLAMP OPERATION
Power Supply to Low Beam and High Beam
When lighting switch is in 2ND or PASS position, ground is supplied
EL-45
NFEL0204S01
NFEL0204S0107
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HEADLAMP (FOR CANADA) — DAYTIME LIGHT SYSTEM —
System Description (Cont’d)
I to headlamp LH relay terminal 2 from smart entrance control unit terminal 21
I through smart entrance control unit terminal 22
I from lighting switch terminal 12, and
I to headlamp RH relay terminal 2 from smart entrance control unit terminal 59
I through smart entrnace control unit terminal 60
I from lighting switch terminal 12.
Headlamp relays (LH and RH) are energized and then power is supplied to headlamps (LH and RH).
Low Beam Operation
NFEL0204S0103
When the lighting switch is turned to 2ND and LOW (“B”) positions, ground is supplied
I to terminal 2 of the headlamp LH
I through daytime light control unit terminals 11 and 15
I through lighting switch terminals 10 and 8
I through body grounds E11, E22 and E53.
Ground is also supplied
I to terminal 2 of the headlamp RH
I through daytime light control unit terminals 8 and 12
I through lighting switch terminals 7 and 5
I through body grounds E11, E22 and E53.
With power and ground supplied, the low beam headlamps illuminate.
High Beam Operation/Flash-to-pass Operation
NFEL0204S0104
When the lighting switch is turned to 2ND and HIGH (“A”) or PASS (“C”) positions, ground is supplied
I to terminal 1 of LH headlamp
I through daytime light control unit terminals 10 and 14, and
I to combination meter terminal 27 for the HIGH BEAM indicator
I through lighting switch terminals 9 and 8
I through body grounds E11, E22 and E53.
Ground is also supplied
I to terminal 1 of RH headlamp
I through daytime light control unit terminals 9 and 13
I through lighting switch terminals 6 and 5
I through body grounds E11, E22 and E53.
With power and ground supplied, the high beam headlamps and HIGH BEAM indicator illuminate.
BATTERY SAVER CONTROL
NFEL0204S02
Headlamps will remain on for a short while after the ignition switch is turned ON (or START) from OFF (or
ACC).
Continuity between terminals 21 and 22, and between terminals 59 and 60 of smart entrance control unit will
be disturbed after 45 seconds, then the headlamps will be turned off.
Then headlamps are turned off.
The headlamps are turned off when LH or RH door is opened even if 45 seconds have not passed after the
ignition switch is turned from ON (or START) to OFF (or ACC) positions while headlamps are illuminated.
When the lighting switch is turned from OFF to 2ND after headlamps are turned to off by the battery saver
control, ground is supply
I to smart entrance control unit terminals 20 and 58 from lighting switch terminal 11, and then
I to headlamp LH and RH relays terminal 2 from headlamp battery saver control unit terminals 21 and 59
I through smart entrance control unit terminals 22 and 60, and
I through lighting switch terminal 12.
Then headlamps illuminate again.
AUTO LIGHT OPERATION
NFEL0204S05
For auto light operation, refer to “HEADLAMP” (EL-34).
EL-46
HEADLAMP (FOR CANADA) — DAYTIME LIGHT SYSTEM —
System Description (Cont’d)
DAYTIME LIGHT OPERATION
NFEL0204S03
With the engine running, the lighting switch in the OFF or 1ST position and parking brake released, power is
supplied
I through daytime light control unit terminal 7
I to terminal 3 of RH headlamp
I through terminal 1 of RH headlamp
I to daytime light control unit terminal 9
I through daytime light control unit terminal 6
I to terminal 3 of LH headlamp.
Ground is supplied to terminal 1 of LH headlamp.
I through daytime light control unit terminals 10 and 16
I through body grounds E11, E22 and E53.
Because the high beam headlamps are now wired in series, they operate at half illumination.
OPERATION
NFEL0204S04
After starting the engine with the lighting switch in the “OFF” or “1ST” position, the headlamp high beam automatically turns on. Lighting switch operations other than the above are the same as conventional light systems.
Engine
With engine stopped
OFF
1ST
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With engine running
2ND
OFF
1ST
2ND
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Lighting switch
A
B
C
A
B
C
A
B
C
A
B
C
A
B
C
A
B
C
High beam
X
X
O
X
X
O
O
X
O
g*
g*
O
g*
g*
O
O
X
O
Low beam
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
O
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
O
X
Clearance and tail lamp
X
X
X
O
O
O
O
O
O
X
X
X
O
O
O
O
O
O
License and instrument illumination
lamp
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O
O
O
O
O
O
X
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O
O
O
O
O
O
Headlamp
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A: “HIGH BEAM” position
B: “LOW BEAM” position
C: “FLASH TO PASS” position
O : Lamp “ON”
X : Lamp “OFF”
g : Lamp dims. (Added functions)
*: When starting the engine with the parking brake released, the daytime light will come ON.
When starting the engine with the parking brake pulled, the daytime light won’t come ON.
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EL-47
HEADLAMP (FOR CANADA) — DAYTIME LIGHT SYSTEM —
Schematic
Schematic
NFEL0205
MEL016N
EL-48
HEADLAMP (FOR CANADA) — DAYTIME LIGHT SYSTEM —
Wiring Diagram — DTRL —
Wiring Diagram — DTRL —
NFEL0020
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MEL017N
EL-49
HEADLAMP (FOR CANADA) — DAYTIME LIGHT SYSTEM —
Wiring Diagram — DTRL — (Cont’d)
MEL018N
EL-50
HEADLAMP (FOR CANADA) — DAYTIME LIGHT SYSTEM —
Wiring Diagram — DTRL — (Cont’d)
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MEL019N
EL-51
HEADLAMP (FOR CANADA) — DAYTIME LIGHT SYSTEM —
Wiring Diagram — DTRL — (Cont’d)
MEL020N
EL-52
HEADLAMP (FOR CANADA) — DAYTIME LIGHT SYSTEM —
Trouble Diagnoses
Trouble Diagnoses
Symptom
Neither headlamp operates.
LH headlamp (low and high beam)
does not operate, but RH headlamp (low and high beam) does
operate.
Possible cause
1. Check 10A fuse [No. 13, located in fuse block (J/B)].
Verify battery positive voltage is present at terminal
49 of smart entrance control unit.
2. Check Lighting switch.
3. Check smart entrance control unit. (EL-328)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
1. Check 15A fuse (No. 68, located in fusible link and
fuse box). Verify battery positive voltage is present
at terminals 1 and 5 of headlamp LH relay.
2. Check headlamp LH relay.
3. Check the following.
a. Harness between headlamp LH relay and daytime
light control unit
b. Harness between headlamp LH and daytime light
control unit
c. Harness between headlamp LH relay and smart
entrance control unit
4. Check harness between smart entrance control unit
and lighting switch.
5. Check smart entrance control unit. (EL-328)
15A fuse
Headlamp LH relay
Headlamp LH relay circuit
Lighting switch circuit
Smart entrance control unit
1. Bulb
2. Headlamp LH high beams circuit
3. Lighting switch
4. Lighting switch circuit
5. Daytime control unit
LH low beam does not operate, but 1.
LH high beam does operate.
2.
3.
4.
5.
RH high beam does not operate,
but RH low beam does operate.
Repair order
1. 10A fuse
2. Lighting switch
3. Smart entrance control unit
RH headlamp (low and high beam) 1. 15A fuse
does not operate, but LH headlamp 2. Headlamp RH relay
(low and high beam) does operate. 3. Headlamp RH relay circuit
4. Lighting switch circuit
5. Smart entrance control unit
LH high beam does not operate,
but LH low beam does operate.
NFEL0206
Bulb
Headlamp LH low beams circuit
Lighting switch
Lighting switch circuit
Daytime control unit
1. Bulb
2. Headlamp RH high beams circuit
3. Lighting switch
4. Lighting switch circuit
5. Daytime control unit
EL-53
1. Check 15A fuse (No. 69, located in fusible link and
fuse box). Verify battery positive voltage is present
at terminals 1 and 5 of headlamp RH relay.
2. Check headlamp RH relay.
3. Check the following.
a. Harness between headlamp RH relay and daytime
light control unit
b. Harness between headlamp RH and daytime light
control unit
c. Harness between headlamp RH relay and smart
entrance control unit
4. Check harness between smart entrance control unit
and lighting switch.
5. Check smart entrance control unit. (EL-328)
1. Check bulb.
2. Check harness between daytime light control unit
and headlamp LH.
3. Check lighting switch.
4. Check harness between daytime light control unit
and lighting switch.
5. Check daytime control unit. (EL-54)
1. Check bulb.
2. Check harness between daytime light control unit
and headlamp LH.
3. Check lighting switch.
4. Check harness between daytime light control unit
and lighting switch.
5. Check daytime control unit. (EL-54)
1. Check bulb.
2. Check harness between daytime light control unit
and headlamp RH.
3. Check lighting switch.
4. Check harness between daytime light control unit
and lighting switch.
5. Check daytime control unit. (EL-54)
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HEADLAMP (FOR CANADA) — DAYTIME LIGHT SYSTEM —
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
Symptom
Possible cause
RH low beam does not operate,
but RH high beam does operate.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Repair order
Bulb
1. Check bulb.
Headlamp RH low beams circuit 2. Check harness between daytime light control unit
Lighting switch
and headlamp RH.
Lighting switch circuit
3. Check lighting switch.
Daytime control unit
4. Check harness between daytime light control unit
and lighting switch.
5. Check daytime control unit. (EL-54)
High beam indicator does not work. 1. Bulb
2. Open in high beam circuit
1. Check bulb in combination meter.
2. Check the following.
a. Harness between daytime light control unit and combination meter for an open circuit
b. Harness between combination meter and combination switch for an open circuit
Battery saver control does not
operate properly.
1. Door switch LH or RH circuit
2. Smart entrance control unit
1. Check the following.
a. Harness between smart entrance control unit and
LH or RH door switch for open or short circuit
b. LH or RH door switch ground circuit
c. LH or RH door switch
2. Check smart entrance control unit. (EL-328)
Daytime light control does not
operate properly.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
1. Check 10A fuse [No. 28, located in fuse block (J/B)].
Verify battery positive voltage is present at terminal
3 of daytime light control unit.
2. Check parking brake switch.
3. Check harness between parking brake switch and
daytime light control unit.
4. Check harness between alternator and daytime light
control unit.
5. Check daytime light control unit. (EL-54)
Fuse check
Parking brake switch
Parking brake switch circuit
Alternator circuit
Daytime control unit
DAYTIME LIGHT CONTROL UNIT INSPECTION TABLE
Terminal
No.
Wire
color
1
BR
2
Item
Alternator
BR/W Start signal
Condition
NFEL0206S01
Voltage
(Approximate values)
When turning ignition switch to “ON”
Less than 1V
When engine is running
Battery voltage
When turning ignition switch to “OFF”
Less than 1V
When turning ignition switch to “ST”
Battery voltage
When turning ignition switch to “ON” from “ST”
Less than 1V
When turning ignition switch to “OFF”
Less than 1V
EL-54
HEADLAMP (FOR CANADA) — DAYTIME LIGHT SYSTEM —
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
Terminal
No.
Wire
color
3
G/R
Item
Power source
Voltage
(Approximate values)
Condition
When turning ignition switch to “ON”
GI
Battery voltage
MA
When turning ignition switch to “ST”
Battery voltage
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4
5
6
9
OR
P/B
P
LG/B
Power source
Power source
LH headlamp
control (ground)
RH hi beam
When turning ignition switch to “OFF”
Less than 1V
When turning ignition switch to “ON”
Battery voltage
When turning ignition switch to “OFF”
Battery voltage
FE
When turning ignition switch to “ON”
Battery voltage
CL
When turning ignition switch to “OFF”
Battery voltage
MT
When lighting switch is turned to the 2ND position with
“LOW BEAM” position
Less than 1V
AT
Y
LH hi beam
EC
When releasing parking brake with engine running and Approx. half battery
turning lighting switch to “OFF” (daytime light operation) voltage
CAUTION:
Block wheels and ensure selector lever is in N or P
position.
AX
When lighting switch is turned to the 2ND position with
“HI BEAM” position
BR
Battery voltage
When releasing parking brake with engine running and Approx. half battery
turning lighting switch to “OFF” (daytime light operation) voltage
CAUTION:
Block wheels and ensure selector lever is in N or P
position.
10
LC
When turning lighting switch to “HI BEAM”
Battery voltage
When releasing parking brake with engine running and Battery voltage
turning lighting switch to “OFF” (daytime light operation)
CAUTION:
Block wheels and ensure selector lever is in N or P
position.
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12
15
G/W
LG/R
Lighting switch
(Lo beam)
When turning lighting switch to “LOW BEAM”
Battery voltage
13
14
R/B
L/W
Lighting switch
(Hi beam)
When turning lighting switch to “HI BEAM”
Battery voltage
When turning lighting switch to “FLASH TO PASS”
Battery voltage
16
B
Ground
17
Y
Parking brake
switch
—
—
When parking brake is released
Battery voltage
When parking brake is set
Less than 1.5V
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HEADLAMP (FOR CANADA) — DAYTIME LIGHT SYSTEM —
Bulb Replacement
Bulb Replacement
NFEL0022
Refer to “HEADLAMP (FOR USA)” (EL-43).
Aiming Adjustment
Refer to “HEADLAMP (FOR USA)” (EL-44).
EL-56
NFEL0023
PARKING, LICENSE AND TAIL LAMPS
System Description
System Description
NFEL0256
The parking, license and tail lamp operation is controlled by the lighting switch which is built into the combination switch and smart entrance control unit. The battery saver system is controlled by the smart entrance
control unit.
Power is supplied at all times
I to tail lamp relay terminals 1 and 3
I through 10A fuse (No. 60, located in the fuse and fusible link box), and
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 49
I through 10A fuse [No. 13, located in the fuse block (J/B)].
When ignition switch is in ON or START position, power is supplied
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 27
I through 10A fuse [No. 10, located in the fuse block (J/B)].
When the ignition switch is in the ACC or ON position, power is supplied
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 26
I through 10A fuse [No. 1, located in the fuse block (J/B)].
Ground is supplied to smart entrance control unit terminals 43 and 64.
LIGHTING OPERATION BY LIGHTING SWITCH
NFEL0256S01
When lighting switch is in 1ST (or 2ND) position, ground is supplied
I to tail lamp relay terminal 2 from smart entrance control unit terminals 19 and 57
I through smart entrance control unit terminals 20 and 58, and
I through lighting switch and body grounds E11, E22 and E53.
Tail lamp relay is then energized and the parking, license, side marker and tail lamps illuminate.
LIGHTING OPERATION BY AUTO LIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM
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NFEL0256S02
When lighting switch is in AUTO position, ground is supplied
I to tail lamp relay terminal 2 from smart entrance control unit terminals 19 and 57
I through smart entrance control unit terminals 43 and 64, and
I to body grounds M9, M25 and M87.
Tail lamp relay is then energized and the parking, license, side marker and tail lamps illuminate.
BATTERY SAVER CONTROL
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NFEL0256S03
Parking, license, side marker and tail lamps will remain on for a short while after the ignition switch is turned
ON (or START) from OFF (or ACC).
Continuity between terminals 19 and 20, and between terminals 57 and 58 of smart entrance control unit will
be disturbed after 45 seconds, then the headlamps will be turned off.
Then the parking, license, side marker and tail lamps are turned off.
The parking, license, side marker and tail lamps are turned off when driver or passenger side door is opened
even if 45 seconds have not passed after the ignition switch is turned from ON (or START) to OFF (or ACC)
positions while parking, license, side marker and tail lamps are illuminated.
When the lighting switch is turned from OFF to 1ST (or 2ND) after the parking, license, side marker and tail
lamps are turned off by the battery saver control, ground is supplied.
I to smart entrance control unit terminals 20 and 58 from lighting switch terminal 11, and
I to tail lamp relay terminal 2 from smart entrance control unit terminals 19 and 57.
Then the parking, license, side marker and tail lamps illuminate again.
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PARKING, LICENSE AND TAIL LAMPS
Schematic
Schematic
NFEL0208
MEL021N
EL-58
PARKING, LICENSE AND TAIL LAMPS
Wiring Diagram — TAIL/L —
Wiring Diagram — TAIL/L —
NFEL0024
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MEL022N
EL-59
PARKING, LICENSE AND TAIL LAMPS
Wiring Diagram — TAIL/L — (Cont’d)
MEL023N
EL-60
PARKING, LICENSE AND TAIL LAMPS
Wiring Diagram — TAIL/L — (Cont’d)
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MEL024N
EL-61
PARKING, LICENSE AND TAIL LAMPS
Wiring Diagram — TAIL/L — (Cont’d)
SEL972XA
EL-62
PARKING, LICENSE AND TAIL LAMPS
CONSULT-II Inspection Procedure
CONSULT-II Inspection Procedure
“RETAINED PWR”
1.
2.
Turn ignition switch “OFF”.
Connect “CONSULT-II” to the data link connector.
NFEL0209
NFEL0209S01
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3.
4.
Turn ignition switch “ON”.
Touch “START”.
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5.
Touch “SMART ENTRANCE”.
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6.
Touch “RETAINED PWR”.
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7.
Select diagnosis mode.
“DATA MONITOR” and “ACTIVE TEST” are available.
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EL-63
PARKING, LICENSE AND TAIL LAMPS
CONSULT-II Application Items
CONSULT-II Application Items
“RETAINED PWR”
Data Monitor
NFEL0210S0101
Monitored Item
Description
IGN ON SW
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of ignition switch.
DOOR SW-DR
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of front door switch LH.
DOOR SW-AS
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of front door switch RH.
Active Test
NFEL0210S0102
Test Item
RETAINED PWR
NFEL0210
NFEL0210S01
Description
This test is able to supply RAP signal (power) from smart entrance control unit to power window
system, power sunroof system. Those systems can be operated when turning on “RETAINED
PWR” on CONSULT-II screen even if the ignition switch is tuned OFF.
NOTE:
During this test, CONSULT-II can be operated with ignition switch “OFF” position.
“RETAINED PWR” should be turned “ON” or “OFF” on CONSULT-II screen when ignition
switch is ON. Then turn ignition switch OFF for checking retained power operation. CONSULT-II might be stuck if “RETAINED PWR” is turned “ON” or “OFF” on CONSULT-II screen
when ignition switch is OFF.
Trouble Diagnoses
Symptom
Possible cause
NFEL0257
Repair order
No lamps operate (including head- 1. 10A fuse
lamps).
2. Lighting switch
3. Smart entrance control unit
1. Check 10A fuse [No. 13, lacated in fuse block (J/B)].
Verify battery positive voltage is present at terminal
49 of smart entrance control unit.
2. Check lighting switch.
3. Check smart entrance control unit. (EL-328)
No parking, side marker, license
and tail lamps operate, but headlamps do operate.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
1. Check 10A fuse (No. 60, located in fusible and fuse
block). Verify battery positive voltage is present at
terminals 1 and 3 of tail lamp relay.
2. Check tail lamp relay.
3. Check harness between smart entrance control unit
terminals 19 and 57 and tail lamp relay terminal 2.
Check harness between tail lamp relay terminal 5 and
ground.
4. Check lighting switch.
5. Check harness between lighting switch terminal 11
and smart entrance control unit terminals 20 and 58.
Check harness between lighting switch terminal 5 and
ground.
6. Check smart entrance control unit. (EL-328)
Battery saver control does not
operate properly.
1. Door switch LH or RH circuit
2. Smart entrance control unit
10A fuse
Tail lamp relay
Tail lamp relay circuit
Lighting switch
Lighting switch circuit
Smart entrance control unit
EL-64
1. Check the following.
a. Harness between smart entrance control unit and LH
or RH door switch for open or short circuit
b. LH or RH door switch ground circuit
c. LH or RH door switch
2. Check smart entrance control unit. (EL-328)
STOP LAMP
Wiring Diagram — STOP/L —
Wiring Diagram — STOP/L —
NFEL0025
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MEL025N
EL-65
BACK-UP LAMP
Wiring Diagram — BACK/L —
Wiring Diagram — BACK/L —
NFEL0026
MEL026N
EL-66
FRONT FOG LAMP
System Description
System Description
OUTLINE
NFEL0164
NFEL0164S01
Power is supplied at all times
I to headlamp RH relay terminals 1 and 5
I through 15A fuse (No. 69, located in the fuse and fusible link box) and
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 49
I through 10A fuse [No. 13, located in the fuse block (J/B)], and
I to front fog lamp relay terminal 3
I through 15A fuse (No. 6, located in the fuse and fusible link box).
When ignition switch is in ON or START position, power is supplied
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 27
I through 10A fuse [No. 10, located in the fuse block (J/B)].
When the ignition switch is in the ACC or ON position, power is supplied
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 26
I through 10A fuse [No. 1, located in the fuse block (J/B)].
Ground is supplied to smart entrance control unit terminals 43 and 64.
When lighting switch is in 2ND position, ground is supplied
I to headlamp LH relay terminal 2 from smart entrance control unit terminal 59.
I through smart entrance control unit terminal 60, and
I through lighting switch, and body grounds E11, E22 and E53.
Headlamp LH relay is then energized.
FOG LAMP OPERATION
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NFEL0164S02
The fog lamp switch is built into the combination switch. The lighting switch must be in the 2ND position and
LOW (“B”) position for fog lamp operation.
With the fog lamp switch in the ON position, ground is supplied
I to fog lamp relay terminal 2
I through the fog lamp switch, lighting switch and body grounds E11, E22 and E53.
The fog lamp relay is energized and power is supplied
I from fog lamp relay terminal 5
I to terminal 1 of each fog lamp.
Ground is supplied to terminal 2 of each fog lamp through body grounds E11, E22 and E53.
With power and ground supplied, the fog lamps illuminate.
BATTERY SAVER CONTROL
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NFEL0164S03
Fog lamps will remain on for a short while after the ignition switch is turned ON (or START) from OFF (or ACC).
Continuity between terminals 59 and 60 of smart entrance control unit will be disturbed after 45 seconds, then
the headlamps will be turned off.
Then fog lamps are turned to off.
Fog lamps are turned off when driver or passenger side door is opened even if 45 seconds have not passed
after the ignition switch is turned from ON (or START) to OFF (or ACC) positions while fog lamps are illuminated.
When the lighting switch is turned from OFF to 2ND after fog lamps are turned off by the battery saver control,
ground is supplied
I to smart entrance control unit terminals 20 and 58 from lighting switch terminal 11, and then
I to headlamp RH relay terminal 2 from smart entrance control unit terminal 59
I through smart entrance control unit terminal 60 from lighting switch terminal 12.
Then the fog lamps illuminate again.
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EL-67
FRONT FOG LAMP
Wiring Diagram — F/FOG —
Wiring Diagram — F/FOG —
NFEL0028
MEL027N
EL-68
FRONT FOG LAMP
Wiring Diagram — F/FOG — (Cont’d)
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MEL028N
EL-69
FRONT FOG LAMP
Wiring Diagram — F/FOG — (Cont’d)
SEL184YA
NOTE:
For CONSULT-II Inspection Procedure, refer to “HEADLAMP (FOR USA)” (EL-41).
For CONSULT-II Application Items, refer to “HEADLAMP (FOR USA)” (EL-42).
Trouble Diagnoses for battery saver control, refer to “HEADLAMP (FOR USA)” (EL-42).
EL-70
FRONT FOG LAMP
Aiming Adjustment
Aiming Adjustment
=NFEL0029
Before performing aiming adjustment, make sure of the following.
1) Keep all tires inflated to correct pressure.
2) Place vehicle on level ground.
3) See that vehicle is unloaded (except for full levels of coolant,
engine oil and fuel, and spare tire, jack, and tools). Have the
driver or equivalent weight placed in driver’s seat.
Adjust aiming in the vertical direction by turning the adjusting
screw.
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1.
2.
3.
Set the distance between the screen and the center of the fog
lamp lens as shown at left.
Remove front fog lamp rim. For detail, refer to “BODY END” in
BT section.
Turn front fog lamps ON.
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4.
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Adjust front fog lamps so that the top edge of the high intensity zone is 100 mm (4 in) below the height of the fog lamp
centers as shown at left.
When performing adjustment, if necessary, cover the headlamps and opposite fog lamp.
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MEL328G
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EL-71
TURN SIGNAL AND HAZARD WARNING LAMPS
System Description
System Description
TURN SIGNAL OPERATION
NFEL0030
NFEL0030S01
With the hazard switch in the OFF position and the ignition switch in the ON or START position, power is supplied
I through 10A fuse [No. 26, located in the fuse block (J/B)]
I to hazard switch terminal 2
I through terminal 1 of the hazard switch
I to combination flasher unit terminal 1
I through terminal 3 of the combination flasher unit
I to turn signal switch terminal 1.
Ground is supplied to combination flasher unit terminal 2 through body grounds M9, M25 and M87.
LH Turn
NFEL0030S0101
When the turn signal switch is moved to the LH position, power is supplied from turn signal switch terminal 3
to
I front turn signal lamp LH terminal 3
I combination meter terminal 25
I rear combination lamp LH terminal 5.
Ground is supplied to the front turn signal lamp LH terminal 2 through body grounds E11, E22 and E53.
Ground is supplied to the rear combination lamp LH terminal 6 through body grounds T6 and T8.
Ground is supplied to combination meter terminal 30 through body grounds M9, M25 and M87.
With power and ground supplied, the combination flasher unit controls the flashing of the LH turn signal lamps.
RH Turn
NFEL0030S0102
When the turn signal switch is moved to the RH position, power is supplied from turn signal switch terminal
2 to
I front turn signal lamp RH terminal 3
I combination meter terminal 29
I rear combination lamp RH terminal 5.
Ground is supplied to the front turn signal lamp RH terminal 2 through body grounds E11, E22 and E53.
Ground is supplied to the rear combination lamp RH terminal 6 through body grounds T6 and T8.
Ground is supplied to combination meter terminal 30 through body grounds M9, M25 and M87.
With power and ground supplied, the combination flasher unit controls the flashing of the RH turn signal lamps.
HAZARD LAMP OPERATION
NFEL0030S02
Power is supplied at all times to hazard switch terminal 3 through:
I 15A fuse [No. 5, located in the fuse block (J/B)].
With the hazard switch in the ON position, power is supplied
I through terminal 1 of the hazard switch
I to combination flasher unit terminal 1
I through terminal 3 of the combination flasher unit
I to hazard switch terminal 4.
Ground is supplied to combination flasher unit terminal 2 through body grounds M9, M25 and M87.
Power is supplied through terminal 5 of the hazard switch to
I front turn signal lamp LH terminal 3
I combination meter terminal 25
I rear combination lamp LH terminal 5.
Power is supplied through terminal 6 of the hazard switch to
I front turn signal lamp RH terminal 3
I combination meter terminal 29
I rear combination lamp RH terminal 5.
EL-72
TURN SIGNAL AND HAZARD WARNING LAMPS
System Description (Cont’d)
Ground is supplied to terminal 2 of each front turn signal lamp through body grounds E11, E22 and E53.
Ground is supplied to terminal 6 of each rear combination lamp through body grounds T6 and T8.
Ground is supplied to combination meter terminal 30 through body grounds M9, M25 and M87.
With power and ground supplied, the combination flasher unit controls the flashing of the hazard warning
lamps.
MULTI-REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM OPERATION
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NFEL0030S03
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 49
I through 10A fuse [No. 13, located in the fuse block (J/B)].
Ground is supplied to smart entrance control unit terminal 43 and 64.
Power is supplied to smart entrance control unit terminals 47 and 48, when the multi-remote control system
is triggered.
Refer to “MULTI-REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM”, EL-259.
The multi-remote control relay is energized.
Power is supplied through terminal 7 of the multi-remote control relay
I to front turn signal lamp LH terminal 3
I to combination meter terminal 25
I to rear combination lamp LH terminal 5.
Power is supplied through terminal 5 of the multi-remote control relay
I to front turn signal lamp RH terminal 3
I to combination meter terminal 29
I to rear combination lamp RH terminal 5.
Ground is supplied to terminal 2 of each front turn signal lamp through body grounds E11, E22 and E53.
Ground is supplied to terminal 6 of each rear combination lamp through body grounds T6 and T8.
Ground is supplied to combination meter terminal 30 through body grounds M9, M25 and M87.
With power and ground supplied, the smart entrance control unit controls the flashing of the hazard warning
lamps.
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EL-73
TURN SIGNAL AND HAZARD WARNING LAMPS
Wiring Diagram — TURN —
Wiring Diagram — TURN —
NFEL0032
MEL029N
EL-74
TURN SIGNAL AND HAZARD WARNING LAMPS
Wiring Diagram — TURN — (Cont’d)
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MEL030N
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SEL988X
EL-75
TURN SIGNAL AND HAZARD WARNING LAMPS
Trouble Diagnoses
Trouble Diagnoses
Symptom
Possible cause
NFEL0033
Repair order
Turn signal and hazard warning
lamps do not operate.
1. Hazard switch
1. Check hazard switch.
2. Combination flasher unit
2. Refer to combination flasher unit check.
3. Open in combination flasher unit 3. Check wiring to combination flasher unit for open
circuit
circuit.
Turn signal lamps do not operate
but hazard warning lamps operate.
1.
2.
3.
4.
10A fuse
Hazard switch
Turn signal switch
Open in turn signal switch circuit
1. Check 10A fuse [No. 26, located in fuse block (J/B)].
Turn ignition switch ON and verify battery positive
voltage is present at terminal 2 of hazard switch.
2. Check hazard switch.
3. Check turn signal switch.
4. Check the wire between combination flasher unit
terminal 3 and turn signal switch terminal 1 for open
circuit.
Hazard warning lamps do not oper- 1. 15A fuse
ate but turn signal lamps operate.
2. Hazard switch
3. Open in hazard switch circuit
1. Check 15A fuse [No. 5, located in fuse block (J/B)].
Verify battery positive voltage is present at terminal
3 of hazard switch.
2. Check hazard switch.
3. Check the wire between combination flasher unit
terminal 3 and hazard switch terminal 4 for open
circuit.
Front turn signal lamp LH or RH
does not operate.
1. Bulb
2. Grounds E11, E22 and E53
3. Front turn signal lamp circuit
1. Check bulb.
2. Check grounds E11, E22 and E53.
3. Check the wire between combination switch and
front turn signal lamp.
Rear turn signal lamp LH or RH
does not operate.
1. Bulb
2. Grounds T6 and T8
3. Rear turn signal lamp circuit
1. Check bulb.
2. Check grounds T6 and T8.
3. Check the wire between combination switch and
rear turn signal lamp.
LH and RH turn indicators do not
operate.
1. Ground
1. Check grounds M9, M25 and M87.
LH or RH turn indicator does not
operate.
1. Bulb
2. Turn indicator circuit
1. Check bulb in combination meter.
2. Check the wire between hazard switch and combination meter.
Electrical Components Inspection
COMBINATION FLASHER UNIT CHECK
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NFEL0034
NFEL0034S01
Before checking, ensure that bulbs meet specifications.
Connect a battery and test lamp to the combination flasher
unit, as shown. Combination flasher unit is properly functioning if it blinks when power is supplied to the circuit.
SEL122E
EL-76
ILLUMINATION
System Description
System Description
NFEL0258
The illumination lamp operation is controlled by the lighting switch which is built into the combination switch
and smart entrance control unit. The battery saver system is controlled by smart entrance control unit.
Power is supplied at all times
I to tail lamp relay terminals 1 and 3
I through 10A fuse (No. 60, located in the fuse and fusible link box), and
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 49
I through 10A fuse [No. 13, located in the fuse block (J/B)].
When ignition switch is in ON or START position, power is supplied
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 27
I through 10A fuse [No. 10, located in the fuse block (J/B)], and
When the ignition switch is in ACC or ON position, power is supplied
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 26
I through 10A fuse [No. 1, located in the fuse block (J/B)].
Ground is supplied to smart entrance control unit terminals 43 and 64.
LIGHTING OPERATION BY LIGHTING SWITCH
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NFEL0258S01
When lighting switch is 1ST (or 2ND) position, ground is supplied
I to tail lamp relay terminal 2 from smart entrance control unit terminals 19 and 57
I through smart entrance control unit terminals 20 and 58, and
I through lighting switch and body grounds E11, E22 and E53.
Tail lamp relay is then energized and illumination lamps illuminate.
The lighting switch must be in the 1ST or 2ND position for illumination.
The illumination control switch that controls the amount of current to the illumination system. As the amount
of current increases, the illumination becomes brighter.
The ground for all of the components except for door mirror remote control switch, clock, grove box lamp,
ashtray and rear power window switch are controlled through terminals 2 and 3 of the illumination control
switch and body grounds M9, M25 and M87.
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BATTERY SAVER CONTROL
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NFEL0258S02
Illumination lamps will remain on for a short while after the ignition switch is turned ON (or START) from OFF
(or ACC).
Continuity between terminals 19 and 20, and between terminals 57 and 58 of smart entrance control unit will
be disturbed after 45 seconds, then the headlamps will be turned off.
Then illumination lamps are turned off.
Illumination lamps are turned off when driver or passenger side door is opened even if 45 seconds have not
passed after the ignition switch is turned from ON (or START) to OFF (or ACC) positions while illumination
lamps are illuminated.
When the lighting switch is turned from OFF to 1ST (or 2ND) after illumination lamps are turned off by the
battery saver control, ground is supplied
I to smart entrance control unit terminals 20 and 58 from lighting switch terminal 11, and
I to tail lamp relay terminal 2 from smart entrance control unit terminals 19 and 57.
Then illumination lamps illuminate again.
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EL-77
ILLUMINATION
Schematic
Schematic
NFEL0036
MEL031N
EL-78
ILLUMINATION
Wiring Diagram — ILL —
Wiring Diagram — ILL —
NFEL0037
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MEL032N
EL-79
ILLUMINATION
Wiring Diagram — ILL — (Cont’d)
MEL033N
EL-80
ILLUMINATION
Wiring Diagram — ILL — (Cont’d)
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MEL034N
EL-81
ILLUMINATION
Wiring Diagram — ILL — (Cont’d)
MEL035N
EL-82
ILLUMINATION
Wiring Diagram — ILL — (Cont’d)
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MEL036N
EL-83
ILLUMINATION
Wiring Diagram — ILL — (Cont’d)
SEL974XA
EL-84
ILLUMINATION
Wiring Diagram — ILL — (Cont’d)
NOTE:
For CONSULT-II Inspection Procedure, refer to “PARKING, LICENSE AND TAIL LAMPS” (EL-63).
For CONSULT-II Application Items, refer to “PARKING, LICENSE AND TAIL LAMPS” (EL-64).
Trouble Diagnoses for battery saver control, refer to “PARKING, LICENSE AND TAIL LAMPS” (EL-64).
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EL-85
INTERIOR, STEP, SPOT, VANITY MIRROR AND TRUNK ROOM LAMPS
System Description
System Description
POWER SUPPLY AND GROUND
NFEL0165
NFEL0165S01
Power is supplied at all times:
I through 10A fuse [No. 13, located in the fuse block (J/B)]
I to key switch terminal 2 and
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 49.
When the key is removed from ignition key cylinder, power is interrupted:
I through key switch terminal 1
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 25.
With the ignition switch in the ON or START position, power is supplied:
I through 10A fuse [No. 10, located in the fuse block (J/B)]
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 27.
Ground is supplied:
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 43 and 64
I through body grounds terminals M9, M25 and M87.
When the front driver side door is opened, ground is supplied:
I through body grounds B7 and B12
I to front door switch LH terminal 3
I from front door switch LH terminal 2
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 1.
When the front passenger side door is opened, ground is supplied:
I through body grounds B106 and B127
I to front door switch RH terminal 3
I from front door switch RH terminal 2
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 2.
When any other door (except front door) is opened, ground is supplied to smart entrance control unit terminal 3 in the same manner as the front door switch.
When the front driver side door is unlocked by the central switch, the smart entrance control unit receives a
ground signal:
I through body grounds terminals M9, M25 and M87
I to door lock and unlock switch terminal 19 (LH) or 3 (RH)
I from door lock and unlock switch terminal 17 (LH) or 1 (RH)
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 4.
When the front driver side door is unlocked by the front door key cylinder switch, the smart entrance control
unit receives a ground signal:
I through body grounds terminals M9, M25 and M87
I to front door key cylinder switch LH terminal 2
I from front door key cylinder switch LH terminal 1
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 10.
When a signal, or combination of signals is received by the smart entrance control unit, ground is supplied:
I through smart entrance control unit terminal 31
I to interior lamp terminal 2.
With power and ground supplied, the interior lamp illuminates.
SWITCH OPERATION
NFEL0165S02
When interior lamp switch is ON, ground is supplied:
I through case grounds of interior lamp
I to interior lamp.
And power is supplied:
I to interior lamp terminal 1
I from smart entrance control unit terminal 50.
When spot lamp (LH and/or RH) is ON, ground is supplied:
EL-86
INTERIOR, STEP, SPOT, VANITY MIRROR AND TRUNK ROOM LAMPS
System Description (Cont’d)
I through body grounds M9, M25 and M87
I to spot lamp terminal 2.
And power is supplied:
I to spot lamp terminal 1
I from smart entrance control unit terminal 50.
When vanity mirror illumination (LH and/or RH) is ON, ground is supplied:
I through body grounds M9, M25 and M87
I to vanity mirror illuminations (LH and RH) terminals 2.
And power is supplied:
I to vanity mirror illuminations (LH and RH) terminals 1
I from smart entrance control unit terminal 50.
When rear door switch LH and/or RH is ON (door is opened), the smart entrance control unit receives a ground
signal:
I through case ground of the rear door switch
I from the rear door switch terminal 1
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 3.
I from smart entrance control unit terminal 32
I to from step lamp LH and RH terminal 1.
And power is supplied:
I to front step lamp LH and RH terminals 2
I from smart entrance control unit terminal 50.
When front door switch LH and/or RH is ON (door is opened), ground is supplied:
I through body grounds B7 and B12, and/or B106 and B127
I to the front door switch terminal 3
I from the front door switch terminal 2
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 1 and/or 2
I from smart entrance control unit terminal 32
I to front step lamp LH and RH terminals 1.
And power is supplied:
I to front step lamp LH and RH terminals 2
I from smart entrance control unit terminal 50.
When trunk room lamp switch is ON (trunk lid is opened), ground is supplied:
I through body grounds T6 and T8
I to trunk room lamp switch terminal 2
I from trunk room lamp switch terminal 1
I to trunk room lamp terminal 1
And power is supplied:
I to trunk room lamp terminal 2
I from smart entrance control unit terminal 50.
With power and ground supplied, interior lamps turn ON.
INTERIOR LAMP TIMER OPERATION
NFEL0165S03
When interior lamp switch is in the “DOOR” position, the smart entrance control unit keeps the interior lamp
illuminated for about 30 seconds when:
I unlock signal is supplied from driver’s door unlock sensor while all doors are closed and key is out of ignition key cylinder
I unlock signal is supplied from multi-remote controller or door key cylinder while driver’s door is locked and
all doors are closed
I key is removed from ignition key cylinder while all doors are closed
I driver’s door is opened and then closed while key is out of the iginition key cylinder. (However, if the driver’s door is closed with the key inserted in the ignition key cylinder after the driver’s door is opened with
the key removed, the timer is operated.)
The timer is canceled when:
EL-87
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INTERIOR, STEP, SPOT, VANITY MIRROR AND TRUNK ROOM LAMPS
System Description (Cont’d)
I driver’s door is locked,
I driver’s door is opened, or
I ignition switch is turned ON.
When driver’s door is locked, interior room lamp timer is canceled as described before.
However, ignition key hole illumination remains on for about 30 seconds after driver’s door has been locked.
ON-OFF CONTROL
NFEL0165S04
When the driver side door, front passenger door, rear LH or RH door is opened, the interior room lamp turns
on while the interior room lamp switch is in the “DOOR” position.
When any door is opened, step lamps turn ON.
BATTERY SAVER
NFEL0165S05
The lamp turns off automatically when interior lamp, step lamp, trunk room lamp, spot lamp and/or vanity mirror illumination is illuminated with the ignition key is in OFF position, if the lamp remains lit by the door switch
open signal or if the lamp switch is in ON position for more than 10 minutes.
After lamps turn OFF by the battery saver system, the lamps illuminate again when:
I driver’s door is locked or unlocked,
I door is opened or closed,
I key is removed from ignition key cylinder or inserted in ignition key cylinder.
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INTERIOR, STEP, SPOT, VANITY MIRROR AND TRUNK ROOM LAMPS
Schematic
Schematic
NFEL0212
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MEL966N
EL-89
INTERIOR, STEP, SPOT, VANITY MIRROR AND TRUNK ROOM LAMPS
Wiring Diagram — INT/L —
Wiring Diagram — INT/L —
NFEL0163
MEL967N
EL-90
INTERIOR, STEP, SPOT, VANITY MIRROR AND TRUNK ROOM LAMPS
Wiring Diagram — INT/L — (Cont’d)
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EC
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CL
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BT
HA
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IDX
MEL968N
EL-91
INTERIOR, STEP, SPOT, VANITY MIRROR AND TRUNK ROOM LAMPS
Wiring Diagram — INT/L — (Cont’d)
MEL969N
EL-92
INTERIOR, STEP, SPOT, VANITY MIRROR AND TRUNK ROOM LAMPS
Wiring Diagram — INT/L — (Cont’d)
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MEL041N
EL-93
INTERIOR, STEP, SPOT, VANITY MIRROR AND TRUNK ROOM LAMPS
Wiring Diagram — INT/L — (Cont’d)
SEL975XA
EL-94
INTERIOR, STEP, SPOT, VANITY MIRROR AND TRUNK ROOM LAMPS
CONSULT-II Inspection Procedure
CONSULT-II Inspection Procedure
“INT LAMP”/“BATTERY SAVER”
1.
2.
=NFEL0213
NFEL0213S01
Turn ignition switch “OFF”.
Connect “CONSULT-II” to the data link connector.
GI
MA
EM
LC
SEF289X
3.
4.
Turn ignition switch “ON”.
Touch “START”.
EC
FE
CL
MT
PBR455D
5.
Touch “SMART ENTRANCE”.
AT
AX
SU
BR
SEL941W
6.
Touch “INT LAMP” or “BATTERY SAVER”.
ST
RS
BT
HA
SEL351W
7.
Select diagnosis mode.
“DATA MONITOR” and “ACTIVE TEST” are available for “INT
LAMP” and “BATTERY SAVER”.
SC
IDX
SEL322W
EL-95
INTERIOR, STEP, SPOT, VANITY MIRROR AND TRUNK ROOM LAMPS
CONSULT-II Application Items
CONSULT-II Application Items
“INT LAMP”
Data Monitor
NFEL0259
NFEL0259S01
NFEL0259S0101
Monitored Item
Description
IGN ON SW
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of ignition switch.
DOOR SW-RR
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of ignition switch.
KEY ON SW
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of key switch.
DOOR SW-DR
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of front door switch LH.
DOOR SW-AS
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of front door switch RH.
LOCK SW DR/AS
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of front door lock switch.
UNLK SW DR/AS
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of front door lock switch.
KEY CYL LK-SW
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of front door key cylinder switch.
KEY CYL UN-SW
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of front door key cylinder switch.
LK BUTTON/SIG
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of unlock signal from remote controller.
UN BUTTON/SIG
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of unlock signal from remote controller.
Active Test
NFEL0259S0102
Test Item
Description
INT LAMP
This test enables to check interior lamp operation.
When “ON” on CONSULT-II screen is touched:
I Interior lamp turns on when the switch is at DOOR.
(Smart entrance control unit supplies power and ground to interior lamp.)
IGN ILLUM
This test enables to check ignition key hole illumination operation. The illumination turns on when
“ON” on CONSULT-II screen is touched.
STEP LAMP
This test enables to check step lamp operation.
The illumination turns on when “ON” on CONSULT-II screen is touched.
“BATTERY SAVER”
Data Monitor
NFEL0259S02
NFEL0259S0201
Monitored Item
Description
IGN ON SW
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of ignition switch.
DOOR SW-RR
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of ignition switch.
KEY ON SW
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of key switch.
DOOR SW-DR
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of front door switch LH.
DOOR SW-AS
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of front door switch RH.
LOCK SW DR/AS
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of front door lock switch.
UNLK SW DR/AS
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of front door lock switch.
KEY CYL LK-SW
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of front door key cylinder switch.
KEY CYL UN-SW
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of front door key cylinder switch.
LK BUTTON/SIG
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of unlock signal from remote controller.
UN BUTTON/SIG
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of unlock signal from remote controller.
EL-96
INTERIOR, STEP, SPOT, VANITY MIRROR AND TRUNK ROOM LAMPS
CONSULT-II Application Items (Cont’d)
Active Test
NFEL0259S0202
Test Item
BATTERY SAVER
Description
This test enables to check interior lamp, front step lamps, spot lamp, vanity mirror illuminations
and trunk room lamp operations.
When touch “ON” on CONSULT-II screen.
I Interior lamp turns on when the switch is in ON.
(Smart entrance control unit supplies power to interior lamp.)
I Front step lamps turn on when any doors are open.
(Smart entrance control unit supplies power to front step lamps.)
I Spot lamp, vanity mirror illuminations, trunk room lamp turn on when the switch is in ON.
(Smart entrance control unit supplies power to Spot lamp, vanity mirror illuminations, trunk
room lamp.)
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EL-97
INTERIOR, STEP, SPOT, VANITY MIRROR AND TRUNK ROOM LAMPS
Trouble Diagnoses for Interior Lamp Timer
Trouble Diagnoses for Interior Lamp Timer
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE 1
=NFEL0215
NFEL0215S01
SYMPTOM: Interior lamp timer does not operate.
1
CHECK IGNITION ON SIGNAL
With CONSULT-II
Check ignition switch ON signal (“IGN ON SW”) in “DATA MONITOR” mode with CONSULT-II.
SEL318W
Without CONSULT-II
Check voltage between smart entrance control unit harness connector M144 terminal 27 (G) and ground.
SEL003Y
OK or NG
OK
©
GO TO 2.
NG
©
Check the following.
I 10A fuse [No. 10, located in fuse block (J/B)]
I Harness for open or short between smart entrance control unit and fuse
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Trouble Diagnoses for Interior Lamp Timer (Cont’d)
2
CHECK FRONT LH DOOR SWITCH INPUT SIGNAL
With CONSULT-II
Check driver door switch signal (“DOOR SW-DR”) in “DATA MONITOR” mode with CONSULT-II.
GI
MA
EM
LC
EC
SEL319WA
Without CONSULT-II
Check voltage between smart entrance control unit harness connector M143 terminal 1 (SB) and ground.
FE
CL
MT
AT
SEL004Y
AX
OK or NG
OK
©
GO TO 4.
NG
©
GO TO 3.
SU
BR
3
CHECK FRONT LH DOOR SWITCH
Check continuity between door switch connector B29 terminals 2 and 3.
ST
RS
BT
HA
SEL325WB
OK or NG
OK
©
Check the following.
I Front LH door switch ground circuit and condition
I Harness for open or short between smart entrance control unit and front LH door
switch
NG
©
Replace front LH door switch.
EL-99
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INTERIOR, STEP, SPOT, VANITY MIRROR AND TRUNK ROOM LAMPS
Trouble Diagnoses for Interior Lamp Timer (Cont’d)
4
CHECK FRONT RH DOOR SWITCH INPUT SIGNAL
With CONSULT-II
Check driver door switch signal (“DOOR SW-AS”) in “DATA MONITOR” mode with CONSULT-II.
SEL153Y
Without CONSULT-II
Check voltage between smart entrance control unit harness connector M143 terminal 2 (R/L) and ground.
SEL152Y
OK or NG
OK
©
GO TO 6.
NG
©
GO TO 5.
5
CHECK FRONT RH DOOR SWITCH
Check continuity between door switch connector B129 terminals 2 and 3.
SEL325WC
OK or NG
OK
©
Check the following.
I Front RH door switch ground circuit and condition
I Harness for open or short between smart entrance control unit and front RH door
switch
NG
©
Replace front RH door switch.
EL-100
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Trouble Diagnoses for Interior Lamp Timer (Cont’d)
6
CHECK REAR LH AND RH DOOR SWITCHES INPUT SIGNAL
With CONSULT-II
Check door switches (“DOOR SW-RR”) in “DATA MONITOR” mode with CONSULT-II.
GI
MA
EM
LC
EC
SEL154Y
Without CONSULT-II
Check voltage between smart entrance control unit harness connector M143 terminals 3 (R/W) and ground.
FE
CL
MT
AT
SEL155Y
AX
OK or NG
OK
©
GO TO 8.
NG
©
GO TO 7.
SU
BR
7
CHECK REAR LH AND RH DOOR SWITCHES
1. Disconnect door switch harness connector.
2. Check continuity between door switch terminal 1 and ground.
ST
RS
BT
HA
SEL156Y
SC
OK or NG
OK
NG
©
©
Check the following.
I Rear LH and/or RH door switch ground circuit or door switch ground condition
I Harness for open or short between smart entrance control unit and rear LH and/or RH
door switch
Replace rear LH and/or RH door switch.
EL-101
IDX
INTERIOR, STEP, SPOT, VANITY MIRROR AND TRUNK ROOM LAMPS
Trouble Diagnoses for Interior Lamp Timer (Cont’d)
8
CHECK KEY SWITCH INPUT SIGNAL
With CONSULT-II
Check key switch (“KEY ON SW”) in “DATA MONITOR” mode with CONSULT-II.
SEL315W
Without CONSULT-II
Check voltage between smart entrance control unit harness connector M144 terminal 25 (B/R) and ground.
SEL011Y
OK or NG
OK
©
GO TO 10.
NG
©
GO TO 9.
9
CHECK KEY SWITCH (INSERT)
Check continuity between terminals 1 and 2.
SEL311W
OK or NG
OK
©
Check the following.
I 10A fuse [No. 13, located in fuse block (J/B)]
I Harness for open or short between key switch and fuse
I Harness for open or short between smart entrance control unit and key switch
NG
©
Replace key switch.
EL-102
INTERIOR, STEP, SPOT, VANITY MIRROR AND TRUNK ROOM LAMPS
Trouble Diagnoses for Interior Lamp Timer (Cont’d)
10
CHECK DOOR LOCK/UNLOCK SWITCH INPUT SIGNAL
With CONSULT-II
Check door lock/unlock switch (“LOCK SW DR/AS”/“UNLK SW DR/AS”) in “DATA MONITOR” mode with CONSULT-II.
GI
MA
EM
LC
EC
SEL341W
Without CONSULT-II
1. Disconnect smart entrance control unit harness connector .
2. Check continuity between smart entrance control unit harness connector M143 terminal 4 (BR/Y) or 5 (GY) and ground.
FE
CL
MT
AT
AX
SEL157Y
OK or NG
OK
©
GO TO 12.
NG
©
GO TO 11.
SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
EL-103
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Trouble Diagnoses for Interior Lamp Timer (Cont’d)
11
CHECK DOOR LOCK/UNLOCK SWITCH
1. Disconnect door lock/unlock switch harness connector.
2. Check continuity between each door lock/unlock switch terminals.
I Power window main switch (Door lock/unlock switch connector D13)
SEL185Y
I Door lock/unlock switch RH connector D34
SEL186Y
OK or NG
OK
©
Check the following.
I Ground circuit for door lock/unlock switch
I Harness for open or short between door lock/unlock switch and smart entrance control
unit connector
NG
©
Replace door lock/unlock switch.
EL-104
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Trouble Diagnoses for Interior Lamp Timer (Cont’d)
12
CHECK DOOR KEY CYLINDER SWITCH INPUT SIGNAL (LOCK/UNLOCK SIGNAL)
With CONSULT-II
Check front door key cylinder switch (“KEY CYL LK-SW”/“KEY CYL UN-SW”) in “DATA MONITOR” mode with CONSULTII.
GI
MA
EM
LC
EC
SEL342W
FE
Without CONSULT-II
Check voltage between smart entrance control unit harness connector M143 terminals 10 (OR/L) or 11 (OR/B) and
ground.
CL
MT
AT
AX
SEL158Y
SU
OK or NG
OK
©
Replace smart entrance control unit.
NG
©
GO TO 13.
13
BR
ST
CHECK DOOR KEY CYLINDER SWITCH
1. Disconnect door key cylinder switch harness connector D8.
2. Check continuity between door key cylinder switch terminals.
RS
BT
HA
SC
SEL187Y
OK or NG
OK
NG
©
Check the following.
I Door key cylinder switch ground circuit
I Harness for open or short between smart entrance control unit and door key cylinder
switch
©
Replace door key cylinder switch.
EL-105
IDX
INTERIOR, STEP, SPOT, VANITY MIRROR AND TRUNK ROOM LAMPS
Trouble Diagnoses for Interior Lamp Timer (Cont’d)
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE 2
NFEL0215S02
SYMPTOM: Interior lamp timer does not cancel properly.
1
CHECK IGNITION ON SIGNAL
With CONSULT-II
Check ignition switch ON signal (“IGN ON SW”) in “DATA MONITOR” mode with CONSULT-II.
SEL318W
Without CONSULT-II
Check voltage between smart entrance control unit harness connector M144 terminal 27 (G) and ground.
SEL995X
OK or NG
OK
©
GO TO 2.
NG
©
Check the following.
I 10A fuse [No. 10, located in fuse block (J/B)]
I Harness for open or short between smart entrance control unit and fuse
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Trouble Diagnoses for Interior Lamp Timer (Cont’d)
2
CHECK FRONT LH DOOR SWITCH INPUT SIGNAL
With CONSULT-II
Check driver door switch signal (“DOOR SW-DR”) in “DATA MONITOR” mode with CONSULT-II.
GI
MA
EM
LC
EC
SEL319WA
Without CONSULT-II
Check voltage between smart entrance control unit harness connector M143 terminal 1 (SB) and ground.
FE
CL
MT
AT
SEL004Y
AX
OK or NG
OK
©
GO TO 4.
NG
©
GO TO 3.
SU
BR
3
CHECK FRONT LH DOOR SWITCH
Check continuity between door switch connector B29 terminals 2 and 3.
ST
RS
BT
HA
SEL325WB
OK or NG
OK
©
Check the following.
I Front LH door switch ground circuit and condition
I Harness for open or short between smart entrance control unit and front LH door
switch
NG
©
Replace front LH door switch.
EL-107
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INTERIOR, STEP, SPOT, VANITY MIRROR AND TRUNK ROOM LAMPS
Trouble Diagnoses for Interior Lamp Timer (Cont’d)
4
CHECK DOOR LOCK/UNLOCK SWITCH INPUT SIGNAL
With CONSULT-II
Check door lock/unlock switch (“LOCK SW DR/AS”/“UNLK SW DR/AS”) in “DATA MONITOR” mode with CONSULT-II.
SEL341W
Without CONSULT-II
1. Disconnect smart entrance control unit harness connector .
2. Check continuity between smart entrance control unit harness connector M143 terminal 4 (BR/Y) or 5 (GY) and ground.
SEL157Y
OK or NG
OK
©
GO TO 6.
NG
©
GO TO 5.
EL-108
INTERIOR, STEP, SPOT, VANITY MIRROR AND TRUNK ROOM LAMPS
Trouble Diagnoses for Interior Lamp Timer (Cont’d)
5
CHECK DOOR LOCK/UNLOCK SWITCH
1. Disconnect door lock/unlock switch harness connector.
2. Check continuity between each door lock/unlock switch terminals.
I Power window main switch (Door lock/unlock switch connector D13)
GI
MA
EM
LC
EC
SEL185Y
I Door lock/unlock switch RH connector D34
FE
CL
MT
AT
SEL186Y
OK or NG
OK
©
Check the following.
I Ground circuit for door lock/unlock switch
I Harness for open or short between door lock/unlock switch and smart entrance control
unit connector
NG
©
Replace door lock/unlock switch.
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SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
EL-109
INTERIOR, STEP, SPOT, VANITY MIRROR AND TRUNK ROOM LAMPS
Trouble Diagnoses for Interior Lamp Timer (Cont’d)
6
CHECK DOOR KEY CYLINDER SWITCH INPUT SIGNAL (LOCK/UNLOCK SIGNAL)
With CONSULT-II
Check front door key cylinder switch (“KEY CYL LK-SW”/“KEY CYL UN-SW”) in “DATA MONITOR” mode with CONSULTII.
SEL342W
Without CONSULT-II
Check voltage between smart entrance control unit harness connector M143 terminals 10 (OR/L) or 11 (OR/B) and
ground.
SEL158Y
OK or NG
OK
©
Replace smart entrance control unit.
NG
©
GO TO 7.
7
CHECK DOOR KEY CYLINDER SWITCH
1. Disconnect door key cylinder switch harness connector D8.
2. Check continuity between door key cylinder switch terminals.
SEL187Y
OK or NG
OK
©
Check the following.
I Door key cylinder switch ground circuit
I Harness for open or short between smart entrance control unit and door key cylinder
switch
NG
©
Replace door key cylinder switch.
EL-110
METERS AND GAUGES
Component Parts and Harness Connector Location
Component Parts and Harness Connector
Location
NFEL0041
GI
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LC
EC
FE
CL
SEL168W
System Description
UNIFIED CONTROL METER
I
I
I
I
I
NFEL0042
MT
AT
NFEL0042S06
Speedometer, odo/trip meter, tachometer, fuel gauge and water temperature gauge are controlled totally
by control unit built-in combination meter.
Digital meter is adopted for odo/trip meter.*
*The record of the odo meter is kept even if the battery cable is disconnected. The record of the trip meter
is erased when the battery cable is disconnected.
Odo/trip meter is indicated for about 30 seconds after ignition switch has been turned OFF.
Odo/trip meter segment can be checked in diagnosis mode.
Meter/gauge can be checked in diagnosis mode.
HOW TO CHANGE THE DISPLAY FOR ODO/TRIP METER
NFEL0042S07
AX
SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
SEL175W
NOTE:
Turn ignition switch to the “ON” position to operate odo/trip meter.
EL-111
METERS AND GAUGES
System Description (Cont’d)
POWER SUPPLY AND GROUND CIRCUIT
NFEL0042S08
Power is supplied at all times
I through 10A fuse [No. 12, located in the fuse block (J/B)]
I to combination meter terminal 62.
With the ignition switch in the ON or START position, power is supplied
I through 10A fuse [No. 30, located in the fuse block (J/B)]
I to combination meter terminal 66.
Ground is supplied
I to combination meter terminal 59
I through body grounds M9, M25 and M87.
WATER TEMPERATURE GAUGE
NFEL0042S01
The water temperature gauge indicates the engine coolant temperature. The reading on the gauge is based
on the resistance of the thermal transmitter.
As the temperature of the coolant increases, the resistance of the thermal transmitter decreases. A variable
ground is supplied to terminal 18 of the combination meter for the water temperature gauge. The needle on
the gauge moves from “C” to “H”.
TACHOMETER
NFEL0042S02
The tachometer indicates engine speed in revolutions per minute (rpm).
The tachometer is regulated by a signal
I from terminal 25 of the ECM
I to combination meter terminal 16 for the tachometer.
FUEL GAUGE
NFEL0042S03
The fuel gauge indicates the approximate fuel level in the fuel tank.
The fuel gauge is regulated by a variable ground signal supplied
I to combination meter terminal 17 for the fuel gauge
I from terminal 2 of the fuel level sensor unit
I through terminal 5 of the fuel level sensor unit and
I through body ground B13.
SPEEDOMETER
NFEL0042S04
The combination meter provides a voltage signal to the vehicle speed sensor for the speedometer.
The voltage is supplied
I from combination meter terminal 15 for the speedometer
I to terminal 1 of the vehicle speed sensor (with TCS).
I to terminal 19 of ABS actuator and electric unit (without TCS).
The speedometer converts the voltage into the vehicle speed displayed.
EL-112
METERS AND GAUGES
Combination Meter
Combination Meter
CHECK
NFEL0043
NFEL0043S01
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LC
EC
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CL
MT
AT
AX
SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
MEL089N
EL-113
METERS AND GAUGES
Combination Meter (Cont’d)
CONSTRUCTION
NFEL0043S04
SEL178W
EL-114
METERS AND GAUGES
Schematic
Schematic
NFEL0254
GI
MA
EM
LC
EC
FE
CL
MT
AT
AX
SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
MEL090N
EL-115
METERS AND GAUGES
Wiring Diagram — METER —
Wiring Diagram — METER —
NFEL0045
MEL042N
EL-116
METERS AND GAUGES
Meter/Gauge Operation and Odo/Trip Meter Segment Check in Diagnosis Mode
Meter/Gauge Operation and Odo/Trip Meter
Segment Check in Diagnosis Mode
DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION
I
I
2.
3.
4.
5.
GI
NFEL0151S01
Odo/trip meter segment can be checked in diagnosis mode.
Meters/gauges can be checked in diagnosis mode.
HOW TO ALTERNATE DIAGNOSIS MODE
1.
NFEL0151
NFEL0151S02
Turn ignition switch to ON and change odo/trip meter to “TRIP
A”.
Turn ignition switch to OFF.
Turn ignition switch to ON when pushing odo/trip meter switch.
Release odo/trip meter switch 1 second after ignition switch is
turned ON.
Push odo/trip meter switch more than three times within 5
seconds.
MA
EM
LC
EC
FE
CL
MT
6. All odo/trip meter segments should be turned on.
NOTE:
If some segments are not turned on, unified meter control unit with
odo/trip meter should be replaced.
At this point, the unified control meter is turned to diagnosis
mode.
AT
AX
SU
BR
SEL176W
7.
Push odo/trip meter switch. Indication of each meter/gauge
should be as shown left during pushing odo/trip meter switch
if it is no malfunctioning.
NOTE:
It takes about a few seconds for indication of fuel gauge and water
temperature gauge to become stable.
ST
RS
BT
HA
SEL177W
SC
IDX
EL-117
METERS AND GAUGES
Trouble Diagnoses
Trouble Diagnoses
PRELIMINARY CHECK
NFEL0046
NFEL0046S04
SEL361W
*1: Meter/Gauge Operation and Odo/
Trip Meter Segment Check in
Diagnosis Mode (EL-117)
*2: METER/GAUGE RESISTANCE
CHECK (EL-126)
*3: POWER SUPPLY AND GROUND
CIRCUIT CHECK (EL-120)
*4: Symptom Chart 1 (EL-119)
EL-118
*5: Symptom Chart 2 (EL-119)
METERS AND GAUGES
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
SYMPTOM CHART
Symptom Chart 1 (Malfunction is Indicated in
Diagnosis Mode)
Symptom
Odo/trip meter indicate(s)
malfunction in Diagnosis
mode.
Possible causes
NFEL0046S10
GI
NFEL0046S1001
Repair order
Unified meter control unit
Replace unified meter control unit.
MA
EM
Multiple meter/gauge indicate malfunction in Diagnosis mode.
LC
One of speedometer/
1. Meter/Gauge
tachometer/fuel gauge/
2. Unified meter control unit
water temp. gauge indicates
malfunction in Diagnosis
mode.
1. Check resistance of meter/gauge indicating malfunction. If the resistance is NG, replace the meter/
gauge. Refer to “METER/GAUGE RESISTANCE
CHECK”, EL-126.
2. If the resistance of meter/gauge is OK, replace unified meter control unit.
EC
FE
Symptom Chart 2 (No Malfunction is Indicated in
CL
Diagnosis Mode)
NFEL0046S1002
Symptom
One of speedometer/
tachometer/fuel gauge/
water temp. gauge is malfunctioning.
Possible causes
Repair order
1. Sensor signal
- Vehicle speed signal
- Engine revolution signal
- Fuel gauge
- Water temp. gauge
2. Unified meter control unit
1. Check the sensor for malfunctioning meter/gauge.
INSPECTION/VEHICLE SPEED SENSOR (Refer to
EL-121.)
INSPECTION/ENGINE REVOLUTION SIGNAL
(Refer to EL-123.)
INSPECTION/FUEL LEVEL SENSOR UNIT (Refer to
EL-124.)
INSPECTION/THERMAL TRANSMITTER (Refer to
EL-125.)
2. Replace unified meter control unit.
Multiple meter/gauge are
malfunctioning. (except
odo/trip meter)
Before starting trouble diagnoses below, perform PRELIMINARY
CHECK, EL-118.
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AT
AX
SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
EL-119
METERS AND GAUGES
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
POWER SUPPLY AND GROUND CIRCUIT CHECK =NFEL0046S07
Power Supply Circuit Check
NFEL0046S0701
Terminals
SEL179W
Ignition switch position
(+)
(−)
OFF
ACC
ON
62
Ground
Battery
voltage
Battery
voltage
Battery
voltage
66
Ground
0V
0V
Battery
voltage
If NG, check the following.
I 10A fuse [No. 12, located in fuse block (J/B)]
I 10A fuse [No. 30, located in fuse block (J/B)]
I Harness for open or short between fuse and combination
meter
Ground Circuit Check
NFEL0046S0702
Terminals
Continuity
59 - Ground
Yes
SEL180W
EL-120
METERS AND GAUGES
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
INSPECTION/VEHICLE SPEED SENSOR
With TCS
1
=NFEL0046S03
NFEL0046S0301
GI
CHECK VEHICLE SPEED SENSOR OUTPUT
1. Remove vehicle speed sensor from transmission.
2. Check voltage between combination meter terminal 15 and ECM terminal 58 while quickly turning speed sensor pinion.
MA
EM
LC
EC
SEL181W
FE
OK or NG
OK
©
Vehicle speed sensor is OK.
NG
©
GO TO 2.
CL
MT
2
CHECK VEHICLE SPEED SENSOR
Check resistance between vehicle speed sensor terminals 1 and 2.
AT
AX
SU
BR
SEL645W
ST
OK or NG
OK
©
Check harness or connector between speedometer, vehicle speed sensor and ECM.
NG
©
Replace vehicle speed sensor.
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
EL-121
METERS AND GAUGES
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
Without TCS
1
NFEL0046S0302
CHECK ABS CONTROL UNIT OUTPUT SIGNAL
With CONSULT-II
1. Lift up drive wheels.
2. Start engine.
3. Check signal between combination meter terminal 15 and ground when rotating wheels with engine at idle. (Use
“SIMPLE OSCILLOSCOPE” in “SUB MODE” with CONSULT-II.)
SEL938W
Without CONSULT-II
1. Lift up drive wheels.
2. Start engine.
3. Check voltage between combination meter terminal 15 and ground when rotating wheels with engine at idle.
SEL939W
OK or NG
OK
©
ABS control unit is OK.
NG
©
Check the following.
I Harness for open or short between ABS actuator and electric unit and combination
meter.
I ABS actuator and electric unit. Refer to BR-62, “Wheel Sensor or Rotor”.
EL-122
METERS AND GAUGES
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
INSPECTION/ENGINE REVOLUTION SIGNAL
1
NFEL0046S02
CHECK ECM OUTPUT
GI
1. Start engine.
2. Check voltage between combination meter terminals 16 and ground at idle and 2,000 rpm.
MA
EM
LC
EC
SEL364W
OK or NG
OK
©
Engine revolution signal is OK.
NG
©
Harness for open or short between ECM and combination meter
FE
CL
MT
AT
AX
SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
EL-123
METERS AND GAUGES
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
INSPECTION/FUEL LEVEL SENSOR UNIT
1
=NFEL0046S08
CHECK GROUND CIRCUIT FOR FUEL LEVEL SENSOR UNIT
Check harness continuity between fuel level sensor unit and fuel pump connector terminal 5 and ground.
SEL182W
OK or NG
OK
©
GO TO 2.
NG
©
Repair harness or connector.
2
CHECK FUEL LEVEL SENSOR UNIT
Refer to “FUEL LEVEL SENSOR UNIT CHECK” (EL-126).
OK or NG
OK
©
GO TO 3.
NG
©
Replace fuel level sensor unit.
3
CHECK HARNESS FOR OPEN OR SHORT
1. Disconnect combination meter connector and fuel level sensor unit and fuel pump connector.
2. Check continuity between combination meter terminal 17 and fuel level sensor unit and fuel pump connector terminal 2.
Continuity should exist.
3. Check continuity between combination meter terminal 17 and ground.
Continuity should not exist.
SEL183W
OK or NG
OK
©
Fuel level sensor unit is OK.
NG
©
Repair harness or connector.
EL-124
METERS AND GAUGES
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
INSPECTION/THERMAL TRANSMITTER
1
=NFEL0046S09
CHECK THERMAL TRANSMITTER
GI
Refer to “THERMAL TRANSMITTER CHECK” (EL-126).
OK or NG
OK
©
GO TO 2.
NG
©
Replace.
2
MA
EM
CHECK HARNESS FOR OPEN OR SHORT
LC
1. Disconnect combination meter connector and thermal transmitter connector.
2. Check continuity between combination meter terminal 18 and thermal transmitter terminal 1.
Continuity should exist.
3. Check continuity between combination meter terminal 18 and ground.
Continuity should not exist.
EC
FE
CL
MT
AT
SEL184W
OK or NG
OK
©
Thermal transmitter is OK.
NG
©
Repair harness or connector.
AX
SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
EL-125
METERS AND GAUGES
Electrical Components Inspection
Electrical Components Inspection
=NFEL0047
METER/GAUGE RESISTANCE CHECK
NFEL0047S04
Check resistance between installation screws of meter/gauge.
Screws
Tacho/Speedometer
Fuel/Temp. gauge
Resistance
Ω
A-C
A-C
Approx. 190 - Approx. 260
B-D
B-C
Approx. 230 - Approx. 310
MEL371KA
FUEL LEVEL SENSOR UNIT CHECK
NFEL0047S01
I For removal, refer to FE-6.
Check the resistance between terminals 2 and 5.
Ohmmeter
Float position
(+)
2
MEL372K
Resistance
value Ω
mm (in)
(−)
5
*1
Full
152 (5.98)
Approx. 4 - 6
*2
1/2
87 (3.43)
27 - 35
*3
Empty
22 (0.87)
78 - 85
*1 and *3: When float rod is in contact with stopper.
THERMAL TRANSMITTER CHECK
NFEL0047S02
Check the resistance between the terminals of thermal transmitter
and body ground.
Water temperature
Resistance
60°C (140°F)
Approx. 170 - 210Ω
100°C (212°F)
Approx. 47 - 53Ω
MEL424F
EL-126
METERS AND GAUGES
Electrical Components Inspection (Cont’d)
VEHICLE SPEED SENSOR SIGNAL CHECK
1.
2.
NFEL0047S03
Remove vehicle speed sensor from transmission.
Turn vehicle speed sensor pinion quickly and measure voltage
across 1 and 2.
GI
MA
EM
LC
CEL219A
EC
FE
CL
MT
AT
AX
SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
EL-127
WARNING LAMPS
Schematic
Schematic
NFEL0049
MEL043N
EL-128
WARNING LAMPS
Wiring Diagram — WARN —
Wiring Diagram — WARN —
NFEL0050
GI
MA
EM
LC
EC
FE
CL
MT
AT
AX
SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
MEL431M
EL-129
WARNING LAMPS
Wiring Diagram — WARN — (Cont’d)
MEL044N
EL-130
WARNING LAMPS
Wiring Diagram — WARN — (Cont’d)
GI
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EM
LC
EC
FE
CL
MT
AT
AX
SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
MEL045N
EL-131
WARNING LAMPS
Wiring Diagram — WARN — (Cont’d)
MEL046N
EL-132
WARNING LAMPS
Electrical Components Inspection
Electrical Components Inspection
NFEL0051
FUEL WARNING LAMP OPERATION CHECK
NFEL0051S01
1.
2.
SEL185W
Turn ignition switch “OFF”.
Disconnect fuel level sensor unit and fuel pump harness connector B19.
3. Connect a resistor (80Ω) between fuel level sensor unit and
fuel pump harness connector terminals 2 and 5.
4. Turn ignition switch “ON”.
The fuel warning lamp should come on.
NOTE:
ECM might store the 1st trip DTC P0180 and the 1st trip DTC
P0464 during this inspection.
If the DTC is stored in ECM memory, erase the DTC after reconnecting fuel level sensor unit and fuel pump harness connector.
Refer to EC-82, “HOW TO ERASE EMISSION-RELATED DIAGNOSTIC INFORMATION”.
GI
MA
EM
LC
EC
FE
CL
MT
OIL PRESSURE SWITCH CHECK
MEL425F
Oil pressure
kPa (kg/cm2, psi)
Continuity
Engine running
More than 10 - 20
(0.1 - 0.2, 1 - 3)
No
Engine not running
Less than 10 - 20
(0.1 - 0.2, 1 - 3)
Yes
I
I
AT
AX
SU
Check the continuity between the terminals of oil pressure switch
and body ground.
DIODE CHECK
SEL901F
NFEL0051S02
NFEL0051S03
Check continuity using an ohmmeter.
Diode is functioning properly if test results are as shown in the
figure at left.
I Check diodes at the combination meter harness connector
instead of on the combination meter assembly. Refer to
EL-129, “WARNING LAMP” wiring diagrams.
NOTE:
Specification may vary depending on the type of tester. Before
performing this inspection, be sure to refer to the instruction
manual for the tester to be used.
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
EL-133
A/T INDICATOR
Wiring Diagram — AT/IND —
Wiring Diagram — AT/IND —
NFEL0159
MEL270K
EL-134
A/T INDICATOR
Wiring Diagram — AT/IND — (Cont’d)
GI
MA
EM
LC
EC
FE
CL
MT
AT
AX
SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
MEL271K
EL-135
WARNING CHIME
Component Parts and Harness Connector Location
Component Parts and Harness Connector
Location
NFEL0052
SEL052Y
System Description
NFEL0053
The warning chime is controlled by the smart entrance control unit.
The warning chime is located in the smart entrance control unit.
Power is supplied at all times
I through 10A fuse [No. 13, located in fuse block (J/B)]
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 49 and
I to key switch terminal 2,
I through 10A fuse (No. 60, located in the fuse and fusible link box)
I to tail lamp relay terminals 1 and 3.
With the ignition switch in the ON or START position, power is supplied
I through 10A fuse [No. 10, located in the fuse block (J/B)]
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 27.
Ground is supplied to smart entrance control unit terminals 43 and 64 through body grounds M9, M25 and
M87.
When a signal, or combination of signals, is received by the smart entrance control unit, the warning chime
will sound.
IGNITION KEY WARNING CHIME
NFEL0053S01
With the key in the ignition switch in the OFF position, and the driver’s door open, the warning chime will sound.
Power is supplied
I from key switch terminal 1
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 25.
Ground is supplied
I from front door switch (driver side) terminal 2
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 1.
Front door switch (driver side) terminal 3 is grounded through body grounds B7 and B12.
LIGHT WARNING CHIME
NFEL0053S02
With ignition switch OFF, driver’s door open, and lighting switch in 1ST or 2ND position, warning chime will
sound. Power is supplied.
I from tail lamp relay terminal 2
I to smart entrance control unit terminals 19 and 57.
Ground is supplied
EL-136
WARNING CHIME
System Description (Cont’d)
I from front door switch (driver side) terminal 2
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 1.
Front door switch (driver side) terminal 3 is grounded through body grounds B7 and B12.
SEAT BELT WARNING CHIME
GI
NFEL0053S03
With ignition switch turned ON and seat belt unfastened (seat belt switch ON), warning chime will sound for
approximately 6 seconds.
Ground is supplied
I from seat belt switch terminal 1
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 28.
Seat belt switch terminal 2 is grounded through body grounds B7 and B12.
MA
EM
LC
EC
FE
CL
MT
AT
AX
SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
EL-137
WARNING CHIME
Wiring Diagram — CHIME —
Wiring Diagram — CHIME —
NFEL0054
MEL047N
EL-138
WARNING CHIME
Wiring Diagram — CHIME — (Cont’d)
GI
MA
EM
LC
EC
FE
CL
MT
AT
AX
SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
MEL048N
EL-139
WARNING CHIME
Wiring Diagram — CHIME — (Cont’d)
SEL195Y
EL-140
WARNING CHIME
CONSULT-II Inspection Procedure
CONSULT-II Inspection Procedure
=NFEL0216
“KEY WARN ALM”/“LIGHT WARN ALM”/“SEAT BELT
GI
ALM”
NFEL0216S01
1.
2.
Turn ignition switch “OFF”.
Connect “CONSULT-II” to the data link connector.
MA
EM
LC
SEF289X
3.
4.
Turn ignition switch “ON”.
Touch “START”.
EC
FE
CL
MT
PBR455D
5.
Touch “SMART ENTRANCE”.
AT
AX
SU
BR
SEL941W
6.
Touch “KEY WARN ALM”, “LIGHT WARN ALM” or “SEAT BELT
ALM”.
ST
RS
BT
HA
SEL023X
I
DATA MONITOR and ACTIVE TEST are available for the warning chime.
SC
IDX
SEL322W
EL-141
WARNING CHIME
CONSULT-II Application Items
CONSULT-II Application Items
“KEY WARNING ALARM”
Data Monitor
NFEL0217S0101
Monitored Item
Description
IGN ON SW
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of ignition switch.
KEY ON SW
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of key switch.
DOOR SW DR
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of front door switch LH.
Active Test
NFEL0217S0102
Test Item
Description
This test is able to check key warning chime operation. Key warning chime sounds for 2
seconds after touching “ON” on CONSULT-II screen.
CHIME
“LIGHT WARN ALM”
Data Monitor
NFEL0217S02
NFEL0217S0201
Monitored Item
Description
LIGHT SW 1ST
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of lighting switch.
IGN ON SW
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of ignition switch.
DOOR SW-DR
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of front door switch LH.
Active Test
NFEL0217S0202
Test Item
Description
This test is able to check light warning chime operation. Light warning chime sounds for 2
seconds after touching “ON” on CONSULT-II screen.
CHIME
“SEAT BELT WARM ALM”
Data Monitor
NFEL0217S03
NFEL0217S0301
Monitored Item
Description
IGN ON SW
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of ignition switch.
SEAT BELT SW
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of seat belt switch.
Active Test
NFEL0217S0302
Test Item
CHIME
NFEL0217
NFEL0217S01
Description
This test is able to check seat belt warning chime operation. Seat belt warning chime
sounds for 2 seconds after touching “ON” on CONSULT-II screen.
EL-142
WARNING CHIME
Trouble Diagnoses
Trouble Diagnoses
NFEL0055
SYMPTOM CHART
X
X
Ignition key warning chime does not
activate.
X
Seat belt warning chime does not
activate.
X
All warning chimes do not activate.
X
147
GI
148
X
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE 4
Light warning chime does not activate.
SYMPTOM
146
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE 3
(SEAT BELT BUCKLE
SWITCH CHECK)
145
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE 2
(KEY SWITCH INSERT
SIGNAL CHECK)
143
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE 1
(LIGHTING SWITCH INPUT
SIGNAL CHECK)
)
POWER SUPPLY AND
GROUND CIRCUIT CHECK
REFERENCE PAGE (EL-
NFEL0055S01
MA
X
FE
X
X
EM
LC
EC
CL
X
MT
X
AT
AX
SU
BR
POWER SUPPLY AND GROUND CIRCUIT CHECK NFEL0055S02
ST
Power Supply Circuit Check
NFEL0055S0201
Terminals
Voltage
46 - Ground
Battery voltage
RS
BT
HA
SEL989X
SC
IDX
EL-143
WARNING CHIME
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
Ground Circuit Check
NFEL0055S0202
Terminals
Continuity
43 - Ground
Yes
64 - Ground
Yes
SEL990X
EL-144
WARNING CHIME
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE 1 (LIGHTING SWITCH
INPUT SIGNAL CHECK)
=NFEL0055S03
1
CHECK LIGHTING SWITCH INPUT SIGNAL
With CONSULT-II
Check lighting switch (“LIGHT SW 1ST”) in “DATA MONITOR” mode with CONSULT-II.
GI
MA
EM
LC
EC
SEL991X
Without CONSULT-II
Check voltage between smart entrance control unit harness connector M43 terminal 19 (Y/B), connector M145 terminal 57
(GY) and ground.
FE
CL
MT
AT
AX
SEL992XA
SU
OK or NG
OK
©
Lighting switch is OK.
BR
NG
©
Check the following.
I 10A fuse (No. 60, located in the fuse and fusible link box)
I Harness for open or short between smart entrance control unit and tail lamp relay
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
EL-145
WARNING CHIME
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE 2 (KEY SWITCH INSERT
SIGNAL CHECK)
=NFEL0055S04
1
CHECK KEY SWITCH INPUT SIGNAL
With CONSULT-II
Check key switch (“KEY ON SW”) in “DATA MONITOR” mode with CONSULT-II.
SEL315W
Without CONSULT-II
Check voltage between smart entrance control unit harness connector M143 terminal 25 (B/R) and ground.
SEL011Y
OK or NG
OK
©
Key switch is OK.
NG
©
GO TO 2.
2
CHECK KEY SWITCH (INSERT)
Check continuity between terminals 1 and 2.
SEL311W
OK or NG
OK
©
Check the following.
I 10A fuse [No. 13, located in fuse block (J/B)]
I Harness for open or short between key switch and fuse
I Harness for open or short between smart entrance control unit and key switch
NG
©
Replace key switch.
EL-146
WARNING CHIME
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE 3 (SEAT BELT BUCKLE
SWITCH CHECK)
=NFEL0055S05
1
CHECK SEAT BELT BUCKLE SWITCH INPUT SIGNAL
With CONSULT-II
Check seat belt buckle switch (“SEAT BELT SW”) in “DATA MONITOR” mode with CONSULT-II.
GI
MA
EM
LC
EC
SEL317W
Without CONSULT-II
1. Turn ignition switch “ON”.
2. Check voltage between smart entrance control unit harness connector M144 terminal 28 (OR) and ground.
FE
CL
MT
AT
AX
SEL994X
SU
OK or NG
OK
©
Seat belt buckle switch is OK.
NG
©
GO TO 2.
2
BR
ST
CHECK SEAT BELT BUCKLE SWITCH
Check continuity between terminals 1 and 2 when seat belt is fastened and unfastened.
RS
BT
HA
SC
SEL313W
OK or NG
OK
NG
©
©
Check the following.
I Seat belt buckle switch ground circuit
I Harness for open or short between smart entrance control unit and seat belt buckle
switch
Replace seat belt buckle switch.
EL-147
IDX
WARNING CHIME
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE 4
1
NFEL0055S06
CHECK IGNITION ON SIGNAL
With CONSULT-II
Check ignition switch ON signal (“IGN ON SW”) in “DATA MONITOR” mode with CONSULT-II.
SEL318W
Without CONSULT-II
Check voltage between smart entrance control unit harness connector M144 terminal 27 (G) and ground.
SEL995X
OK or NG
OK
©
GO TO 2.
NG
©
Check the following.
I 10A fuse [No. 10, located in fuse block (J/B)]
I Harness for open or short between smart entrance control unit and fuse
EL-148
WARNING CHIME
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
2
CHECK DOOR SWITCH INPUT SIGNAL
With CONSULT-II
Check driver door switch signal (“DOOR SW-DR”) in “DATA MONITOR” mode with CONSULT-II.
GI
MA
EM
LC
EC
SEL319W
Without CONSULT-II
Check voltage between smart entrance control unit harness connector M143 terminal 1 (SB) and ground.
FE
CL
MT
AT
SEL996X
AX
OK or NG
OK
©
GO TO 4.
NG
©
GO TO 3.
SU
BR
3
CHECK DRIVER SIDE DOOR SWITCH
Check continuity between terminals 2 and 3.
ST
RS
BT
HA
SEL325W
OK or NG
OK
©
Check the following.
I Driver side door switch ground circuit and condition
I Harness for open or short between smart entrance control unit and driver side door
switch
NG
©
Replace driver side door switch.
EL-149
SC
IDX
WARNING CHIME
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
4
CHECK WARNING CHIME
With CONSULT-II
Perform “CHIME” in “ACTIVE TEST” mode with CONSULT-II.
SEL320W
OK or NG
OK
©
System is OK.
NG
©
Replace smart entrance control unit.
EL-150
FRONT WIPER AND WASHER
System Description
System Description
WIPER OPERATION
NFEL0057
NFEL0057S01
The wiper switch is controlled by a lever built into the combination switch.
There are three wiper switch positions:
I LO speed
I HI speed
I INT (Intermittent)
With the ignition switch in the ON or START position, power is supplied
I through 20A fuse [No. 25, located in the fuse block (J/B)]
I to wiper motor terminal 4.
Low and High Speed Wiper Operation
GI
MA
EM
LC
NFEL0057S0101
Ground is supplied to wiper switch terminal 17 through body grounds E11, E22 and E53.
When the wiper switch is placed in the LO position, ground is supplied
I through terminal 14 of the wiper switch
I to wiper motor terminal 3.
With power and ground supplied, the wiper motor operates at low speed.
When the wiper switch is placed in the HI position, ground is supplied
I through terminal 16 of the wiper switch
I to wiper motor terminal 1.
With power and ground supplied, the wiper motor operates at high speed.
Auto Stop Operation
EC
FE
CL
MT
NFEL0057S0102
With wiper switch turned OFF, wiper motor will continue to operate until wiper arms reach windshield base.
When wiper arms are not located at base of windshield with wiper switch OFF, ground is provided
I from terminal 14 of the wiper switch
I to wiper motor terminal 3, in order to continue wiper motor operation at low speed.
Ground is also supplied
I through terminal 13 of the wiper switch
I to wiper motor terminal 2
I through terminal 6 of the wiper motor, and
I through body grounds E11, E22 and E53.
When wiper arms reach base of windshield, wiper motor terminals 2 and 4 are connected instead of terminals
2 and 6. Wiper motor will then stop wiper arms at the STOP position.
Intermittent Operation
AT
AX
SU
BR
ST
NFEL0057S0103
The wiper motor operates the wiper arms one time at low speed at a set interval of approximately 3 to 13
seconds. This feature is controlled by the wiper amplifier (INT SW) combined with wiper switch.
When the wiper switch is placed in the INT position, ground is supplied to wiper amplifier.
The desired interval time is input to wiper amplifier (INT VR) from wiper volume switch combined with wiper
switch.
Then intermittent ground is supplied
I to wiper motor terminal 3
I from terminal 14 of wiper switch
I through wiper amplifier (OUTPUT).
The wiper motor operates at low speed at the desired interval.
WASHER OPERATION
RS
BT
HA
SC
NFEL0057S02
With the ignition switch in the ON or START position, power is supplied
I through 20A fuse [No. 25, located in the fuse block (J/B)]
I to washer motor terminal 1.
When the lever is pulled to the WASH position, ground is supplied
I to washer motor terminal 2, and
I from terminal 18 of the wiper switch
I through terminal 17 of the wiper switch, and
EL-151
IDX
FRONT WIPER AND WASHER
System Description (Cont’d)
I through body grounds E11, E22 and E53.
With power and ground supplied, the washer motor operates.
When the lever is pulled to the WASH position for one second or more, the wiper motor operates at low speed
for approximately 3 seconds to clean windshield. This feature is controlled by the wiper amplifier in the same
manner as the intermittent operation.
EL-152
FRONT WIPER AND WASHER
Wiring Diagram — WIPER —
Wiring Diagram — WIPER —
NFEL0058
GI
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EC
FE
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MT
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BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
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IDX
MEL274K
EL-153
FRONT WIPER AND WASHER
Removal and Installation
Removal and Installation
WIPER ARMS
1.
2.
3.
4.
SEL543TA
I
I
NFEL0060
NFEL0060S01
Prior to wiper arm installation, turn on wiper switch to operate
wiper motor and then turn it “OFF” (Auto Stop).
Lift the blade up and then set it down onto glass surface to set
the blade center to clearance “L1” & “L2” immediately before
tightening nut.
Eject washer fluid. Turn on wiper switch to operate wiper motor
and then turn it “OFF”.
Ensure that wiper blades stop within clearance “L1” & “L2”.
Clearance “L1”: 48 - 64 mm (1.89 - 2.52 in)
Clearance “L2”: 40 - 56 mm (1.57 - 2.20 in)
Tighten wiper arm nuts to specified torque.
Front wiper: 21 - 26 N·m (2.1 - 2.7 kg-m, 16 - 19 ft-lb)
Before reinstalling wiper arm, clean up the pivot area as
illustrated. This will reduce possibility of wiper arm looseness.
SEL024J
WIPER LINKAGE
NFEL0060S02
MEL376K
EL-154
FRONT WIPER AND WASHER
Removal and Installation (Cont’d)
Removal
1.
2.
3.
Be
NFEL0060S0201
Remove 4 bolts that secure wiper motor.
Detach wiper motor from wiper linkage at ball joint.
Remove wiper linkage.
careful not to break ball joint rubber boot.
Installation
I
1.
GI
MA
NFEL0060S0202
Grease ball joint portion before installation.
Installation is the reverse order of removal.
EM
LC
Washer Nozzle Adjustment
I
NFEL0061
Adjust washer nozzle with suitable tool as shown in the figure
at left.
Adjustable range: ±10°
EC
FE
CL
MT
SEL241P
Unit: mm (in)
*1
341 (13.43)
*5
154 (6.06)
*2
286 (11.26)
*6
203 (7.99)
*3
285 (11.22)
*7
382 (15.04)
*4
152 (5.98)
*8
385 (15.16)
AT
AX
SU
*: The diameters of these circles are less than 80 mm (3.15 in).
BR
SEL544T
Washer Tube Layout
NFEL0062
ST
RS
BT
HA
MEL377K
SC
IDX
EL-155
HORN
Wiring Diagram — HORN —
Wiring Diagram — HORN —
NFEL0071
MEL049N
EL-156
CIGARETTE LIGHTER
Wiring Diagram — CIGAR —
Wiring Diagram — CIGAR —
NFEL0156
GI
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EM
LC
EC
FE
CL
MT
AT
AX
SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
MEL276K
EL-157
CLOCK
Wiring Diagram — CLOCK —
Wiring Diagram — CLOCK —
NFEL0166
MEL277K
EL-158
REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER
Component Parts and Harness Connector Location
Component Parts and Harness Connector
Location
NFEL0072
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System Description
NFEL0073
The rear window defogger system is controlled by the smart entrance control unit. The rear window defogger
operates only for approximately 15 minutes.
Power is supplied at all times
I to rear window defogger relay terminal 3
I through 20A fuse (No. 7, located in the fuse and fusible link box) and
I to rear window defogger relay terminal 6
I through 20A fuse (No. 4, located in the fuse and fusible link box).
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 49
I through 10A fuse (No. 13, located in the fuse and fusible link box).
With the ignition switch in the ON or START position, power is supplied
I through 10A fuse [No. 10, located in the fuse block (J/B)]
I to the rear window defogger relay terminal 1 and
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 27.
Ground is supplied to terminal 32 (with auto A/C) or 17 (with manual A/C) of the rear defogger switch (builtin A/C control unit or A/C auto amp.) through body grounds M9, M25 and M87.
When the rear defogger switch is turned ON, ground is supplied
I through terminal 31 (with auto A/C) or 9 (with manual A/C) of the rear defogger switch
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 14.
Terminal 37 of the smart entrance control unit then supplies ground to the rear window defogger relay terminal 2.
With power and ground supplied, the rear window defogger relay is energized.
Power is supplied
I through terminals 5 and 7 of the rear window defogger relay
I to the rear window defogger.
The rear window defogger has an independent ground.
With power and ground supplied, the rear window defogger filaments heat and defog the rear window.
When the system is activated, the rear window defogger indicator illuminates in the rear window defogger
switch.
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REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER
Wiring Diagram — DEF —
Wiring Diagram — DEF —
=NFEL0074
MEL050N
EL-160
REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER
Wiring Diagram — DEF — (Cont’d)
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SEL199Y
EL-161
REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER
CONSULT-II Inspection Procedure
CONSULT-II Inspection Procedure
“REAR DEFOGGER”
1.
2.
Turn ignition switch “OFF”.
Connect “CONSULT-II” to the data link connector.
3.
4.
Turn ignition switch “ON”.
Touch “START”.
5.
Touch “SMART ENTRANCE”.
6.
Touch “REAR DEFOGGER”.
7.
Select diagnosis mode.
“DATA MONITOR” and “ACTIVE TEST” are available.
SEF289X
PBR455D
SEL941W
SEL023X
SEL322W
EL-162
NFEL0218
NFEL0218S01
REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER
CONSULT-II Application Items
CONSULT-II Application Items
“REAR DEFOGGER”
Data Monitor
GI
NFEL0219S0101
Monitored Item
Description
IGN ON SW
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of ignition switch.
REAR DEF SW
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of rear window defogger switch.
Active Test
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NFEL0219S0102
Test Item
REAR DEFOGGER
NFEL0219
NFEL0219S01
Description
This test is able to check rear window defogger operation. Rear window defogger activates
when “ON” on CONSULT-II screen is touched.
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EL-163
REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER
Trouble Diagnoses
Trouble Diagnoses
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE
NFEL0075
NFEL0075S01
SYMPTOM: Rear window defogger does not activate, or does
not go off after activating.
1
CHECK REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER OUTPUT SIGNAL
With CONSULT-II
Select “ACTIVE TEST” in “REAR DEFOGGER” with CONSULT-II.
SEL353W
Without CONSULT-II
1. Turn ignition switch to ON position.
2. Check voltage between smart entrance control unit harness connector M144 terminal 37 (G/R) and ground.
SEL997X
OK or NG
OK
©
Check the following.
I Rear window defogger relay
(Refer to EL-168.)
I Rear window defogger circuit
I Rear window defogger filament
(Refer to EL-169.)
NG
©
GO TO 2.
EL-164
REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
2
CHECK DEFOGGER RELAY COIL SIDE CIRCUIT
1. Disconnect control unit connector.
2. Turn ignition switch to ON position.
3. Check voltage between smart entrance control unit harness connector M144 terminal 37 (G/R) and ground.
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SEL998X
OK or NG
OK
©
GO TO 3.
NG
©
Check the following.
I 10A fuse [No. 10, located in the fuse block (J/B)]
I Rear window defogger relay
I Harness for open or short between 10A fuse [No. 10, located in the fuse block (J/B)]
and rear window defogger relay
I Harness for open or short between rear window defogger relay and smart entrance
control unit
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EL-165
REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
3
CHECK REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER SWITCH INPUT SIGNAL
With CONSULT-II
Select “REAR DEF SW” in “DATA MONITOR” mode with CONSULT-II.
SEL352W
Without CONSULT-II
Check continuity between smart entrance control unit harness connector M143 terminal 14 (G/R for with door mirror defogger or G/W for without door mirror defogger) and ground.
SEL999X
OK or NG
OK
©
GO TO 4.
NG
©
Check the following.
I Rear window defogger switch
(Refer to EL-168.)
I Harness for open or short between smart entrance control unit and rear window defogger switch
I Rear window defogger switch ground circuit
EL-166
REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
4
CHECK POWER SUPPLY AND IGNITION INPUT SIGNAL
Check voltage between smart entrance control unit harness connector M144 terminal 27 (G), M145 terminal 49 (R/B) and
ground.
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SEL001Y
EC
OK or NG
FE
OK
©
GO TO 5.
NG
©
Check the following.
I 10A fuse [No. 10 or No. 13, located in the fuse block (J/B)]
I Harness for open or short between smart entrance control unit and fuse
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CHECK CONTROL UNIT GROUND CIRCUIT
Check continuity between smart entrance control unit harness connector M144 terminal 43 (B), M145 terminal 64 (B) and
ground.
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Yes
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Replace smart entrance control unit.
No
©
Repair harness or connectors.
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EL-167
REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER
Electrical Components Inspection
Electrical Components Inspection
=NFEL0076
REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER RELAY
NFEL0076S01
Check continuity between terminals 3 and 5, 6 and 7.
Condition
Continuity
12V direct current supply between terminals 1 and 2
Yes
No current supply
No
SEC202B
REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER SWITCH
NFEL0076S02
Check continuity between terminals when rear window defogger
switch is pushed and released.
Terminals
9 - 17 (with manual A/C)
31 - 32 (with auto A/C)
SEL187W
EL-168
Condition
Continuity
Rear window defogger
switch is pushed.
Yes
Rear window defogger
switch is released.
No
REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER
Filament Check
Filament Check
1.
=NFEL0077
Attach probe circuit tester (in volt range) to middle portion of
each filament.
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SEL263
I
When measuring voltage, wrap tin foil around the top of
the negative probe. Then press the foil against the wire
with your finger.
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SEL122R
2.
If a filament is burned out, circuit tester registers 0 or 12 volts.
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SEL265
3.
To locate burned out point, move probe to left and right along
filament. Test needle will swing abruptly when probe passes
the point.
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SEL266
EL-169
REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER
Filament Repair
Filament Repair
REPAIR EQUIPMENT
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
NFEL0078
NFEL0078S01
Conductive silver composition (Dupont No. 4817 or equivalent)
Ruler 30 cm (11.8 in) long
Drawing pen
Heat gun
Alcohol
Cloth
REPAIRING PROCEDURE
NFEL0078S02
1.
Wipe broken heat wire and its surrounding area clean with a
cloth dampened in alcohol.
2. Apply a small amount of conductive silver composition to tip of
drawing pen.
Shake silver composition container before use.
3. Place ruler on glass along broken line. Deposit conductive silver composition on break with drawing pen. Slightly overlap
existing heat wire on both sides [preferably 5 mm (0.20 in)] of
the break.
BE540
4.
After repair has been completed, check repaired wire for continuity. This check should be conducted 10 minutes after silver
composition is deposited.
Do not touch repaired area while test is being conducted.
SEL012D
5.
Apply a constant stream of hot air directly to the repaired area
for approximately 20 minutes with a heat gun. A minimum distance of 3 cm (1.2 in) should be kept between repaired area
and hot air outlet. If a heat gun is not available, let the repaired
area dry for 24 hours.
SEL013D
EL-170
AUDIO
System Description
System Description
BASE SYSTEM
NFEL0079
NFEL0079S01
Refer to Owner’s Manual for audio system operating instructions.
Power is supplied at all times
I through 15A fuse [No. 56, located in the fuse block (J/B)]
I to audio unit terminal 6, and
I to CD player terminal 24 (with 4 speakers).
With the ignition switch in the ACC or ON position, power is supplied
I through 10A fuse [No. 1, located in the fuse block (J/B)]
I to audio unit terminal 10, and
I CD player terminal 21 (with 4 speakers).
Ground is supplied through the case of the audio unit.
Audio signals are supplied
I through audio unit terminals 1, 2, 3, 4, 13, 14, 15 and 16
I to terminals 1 and 2 of front door speaker LH and RH
I to terminals 1 and 2 of rear door speaker LH and RH
I to terminals 1 and 2 of tweeter LH and RH (with 6 speakers).
BOSE SYSTEM
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NFEL0079S02
Refer to Owner’s Manual for audio system operating instructions.
Power is supplied at all times
I through 15A fuse [No. 56, located in the fuse block (J/B)]
I to speaker amp. terminal 27, and
I to audio unit terminal 6.
With the ignition switch in the ACC or ON position, power is supplied
I through 10A fuse [No. 1, located in the fuse block (J/B)]
I to audio unit terminal 10.
Ground is supplied through the case of the audio unit.
Ground is supplied
I to speaker amp. terminal 40, and
I to woofer terminal 47
I through body grounds B106 and B127.
Audio signals are supplied
I through audio unit terminals 1, 2, 3, 4, 13, 14, 15 and 16
I to speaker amp. terminals 20, 21, 22, 23, 25, 33, 34, 35 and 36.
Audio signals are amplified by the speaker amp.
The amplified audio signals are supplied
I through speaker amp. terminals 17, 18, 24, 28, 29, 30, 31, 37, 41 and 42
I to terminals 1 and 2 of the front door speaker LH and RH
I to terminals 1 and 2 of the tweeter LH and RH
I to terminals 1 and 2 of the rear speaker LH and RH
I to terminals 43 and 44 of the woofer.
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EL-171
AUDIO
Schematic
Schematic
BASE SYSTEM
NFEL0167
NFEL0167S01
MEL280K
EL-172
AUDIO
Schematic (Cont’d)
BOSE SYSTEM
NFEL0167S02
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MEL442N
EL-173
AUDIO
Wiring Diagram — AUDIO —
Wiring Diagram — AUDIO —
BASE SYSTEM
NFEL0081
NFEL0081S01
MEL317L
EL-174
AUDIO
Wiring Diagram — AUDIO — (Cont’d)
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MEL318L
EL-175
AUDIO
Wiring Diagram — AUDIO — (Cont’d)
MEL051N
EL-176
AUDIO
Wiring Diagram — AUDIO — (Cont’d)
BOSE SYSTEM
NFEL0081S02
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MEL285K
EL-177
AUDIO
Wiring Diagram — AUDIO — (Cont’d)
MEL052N
EL-178
AUDIO
Wiring Diagram — AUDIO — (Cont’d)
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EL-179
AUDIO
Wiring Diagram — AUDIO — (Cont’d)
MEL054N
EL-180
AUDIO
Trouble Diagnoses
Trouble Diagnoses
NFEL0220
AUDIO UNIT
NFEL0220S01
Symptom
Audio unit inoperative (no
digital display and no
sound from speakers).
Possible causes
1. 10A fuse
2. Poor audio unit case ground
3. Audio unit
1. Check 10A fuse [No. 1, located in fuse block (J/B)].
Turn ignition switch ON and verify that battery positive voltage is present at terminal 10 of audio unit.
2. Check audio unit case ground.
3. Remove audio unit for repair.
Audio unit presets are lost 1. 15A fuse
when ignition switch is
2. Audio unit
turned OFF.
1. Check 15A fuse [No. 56, located in fuse block (J/B)]
and verify that battery positive voltage is present at
terminal 6 of audio unit.
2. Remove audio unit for repair.
AM/FM stations are weak
or noisy.
1. Check window antenna.
2. Check audio unit ground condition.
3. Remove audio unit for repair.
1. Window antenna
2. Audio unit ground
3. Audio unit
Audio unit generates noise 1. Poor audio unit ground
in AM and FM modes with 2. Loose or missing ground bonding straps
3. Ignition condenser or rear window
engine running.
defogger noise suppressor condenser
4. Ignition coil or secondary wiring
5. Audio unit
Audio unit generates noise
in AM and FM modes with
accessories on (switch
pops and motor noise).
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Poor audio unit ground
Antenna
Accessory ground
Faulty accessory
Individual speaker is noisy
or inoperative.
1.
2.
3.
4.
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Check audio unit ground.
Check antenna.
Check accessory ground.
Replace accessory.
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NFEL0220S02
Possible causes
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1. Check audio unit ground.
2. Check ground bonding straps.
3. Replace ignition condenser or rear window defogger
noise suppressor condenser.
4. Check ignition coil and secondary wiring.
5. Remove audio unit for repair.
BASE SYSTEM
Symptom
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Repair order
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Repair order
1. Check speaker.
2. Check audio unit output voltages.
3. Check wires for open or short between audio unit
and speaker.
4. Remove audio unit for repair.
Speaker
Audio unit output
Speaker circuit
Audio unit
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NFEL0220S03
Symptom
Possible causes
Repair order
Audio unit controls are
1. 15A fuse
operational, but no sound 2. Amp. ON/OFF signal circuit
is heard from any speaker. 3. Speaker amp. ground
1. Check 15A fuse [No. 56, located in fuse block (J/B)].
Verify battery positive voltage is present at terminal
27 of speaker amp.
2. Check harness continuity between audio unit terminal
12 and speaker amp. terminal 25.
3. Check harness continuity between speaker amp. terminal 40 and ground.
Individual rear speaker is
noisy or inoperative.
1. Each speaker
2. Output circuit to each speaker
1. Check speaker.
2. Check the output circuits to each speaker
I between audio unit and speaker amp.
I between speaker amp. and each speaker.
Woofer does not operate.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1. Check 15A fuse [No. 67, located in fuse block (J/B)].
Verify battery positive voltage is present at terminal
48 of woofer.
2. Check harness continuity between audio unit terminal
12 and woofer terminal 45.
3. Check harness continuity between woofer terminal 47
and ground.
4. Check the output circuits to woofer from speaker
amp.
Power supply to woofer
Amp. ON/OFF signal circuit
Speaker amp. ground
Output circuit to woofer
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AUDIO
Inspection
Inspection
AUDIO UNIT AND AMP.
All
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NFEL0221
NFEL0221S01
voltage inspections are made with:
Ignition switch ON or ACC
Audio unit ON
Audio unit and amps. connected (If audio unit or amp. is removed for inspection, supply a ground to the
case using a jumper wire.)
ANTENNA
NFEL0221S02
Using a jumper wire, clip an auxiliary ground between antenna and body.
I If reception improves, check antenna ground (at body surface).
I If reception does not improve, check main feeder cable for short circuit or open circuit.
EL-182
AUDIO
Wiring Diagram — REMOTE —
Wiring Diagram — REMOTE —
WITH BOSE SYSTEM
NFEL0260
NFEL0260S01
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MEL055N
EL-183
AUDIO
Wiring Diagram — REMOTE — (Cont’d)
WITH 6 SPEAKERS
NFEL0260S02
MEL428N
EL-184
AUDIO ANTENNA
Wiring Diagram — W/ANT —
Wiring Diagram — W/ANT —
NFEL0085
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EL-185
AUDIO ANTENNA
Location of Antenna
Location of Antenna
NFEL0087
MEL378K
Window Antenna Repair
ELEMENT CHECK
1.
NFEL0250
NFEL0250S01
Attach probe circuit tester (in ohm range) to antenna terminal
on each side.
If an element is OK, continuity should exist.
If an element is broken, no continuity should exist. Go to step
2.
SEL250I
EL-186
AUDIO ANTENNA
Window Antenna Repair (Cont’d)
I
When measuring continuity, wrap tin foil around the top of
probe. Then press the foil against the wire with your finger.
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2.
To locate broken point, move probe along element. Tester
needle will swing abruptly when probe passes the point.
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ELEMENT REPAIR
NFEL0250S02
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Refer to “Filament Repair”, “REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER” (EL169).
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EL-187
POWER SUNROOF
System Description
System Description
OUTLINE
NFEL0222
NFEL0222S01
Electric sunroof system consists of
I Sunroof switch
I Sunroof motor
I Smart entrance control unit
Smart entrance control unit controls retained power operation.
OPERATION
NFEL0222S03
The sunroof can be opened or closed and tilted up or down with the sunroof switch.
AUTO OPERATION
NFEL0222S05
The power sunroof AUTO feature makes it possible to open and close the sunroof without holding the sunroof
switch in the down or up position.
RETAINED POWER OPERATION
NFEL0222S02
When the ignition switch is turned to OFF position from ON or START position, power is supplied for 45 seconds
I to sunroof motor terminal 6
I from smart entrance control unit terminal 46.
When power is supplied, the electrical sunroof can be operated.
The retained power operation is canceled when the driver or passenger side door is opened.
INTERRUPTION DETECTION FUNCTION
NFEL0222S04
The CPU of sunroof motor monitors the sunroof motor operation and the sunroof position (full closed or other)
for sunroof by the signals from encoder and limit switch in sunroof motor.
When sunroof motor detects interruption during the following close operation,
I automatic close operation when ignition switch is in the “ON” position
I automatic close operation during retained power operation
sunroof switch controls the motor for open and the sunroof will operate about 150 mm (5.91 in).
EL-188
POWER SUNROOF
Wiring Diagram — SROOF —
Wiring Diagram — SROOF —
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EL-189
POWER SUNROOF
CONSULT-II Inspection Procedure
CONSULT-II Inspection Procedure
“RETAINED PWR”
1.
2.
Turn ignition switch “OFF”.
Connect “CONSULT-II” to the data link connector.
3.
4.
Turn ignition switch “ON”.
Touch “START”.
5.
Touch “SMART ENTRANCE”.
6.
Touch “RETAINED PWR”.
7.
Select diagnosis mode.
“DATA MONITOR” and “ACTIVE TEST” are available.
SEF289X
PBR455D
SEL941W
SEL273W
SEL322W
EL-190
=NFEL0223
NFEL0223S01
POWER SUNROOF
CONSULT-II Application Items
CONSULT-II Application Items
“RETAINED PWR”
Data Monitor
Description
IGN ON SW
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of ignition switch.
DOOR SW-DR
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of front door switch LH.
DOOR SW-AS
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of front door switch RH.
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Active Test
NFEL0224S0102
Test Item
Description
This test is able to supply RAP signal (power) from smart entrance control unit to power
window system, power sunroof system. Those systems can be operated when turning on
“RETAINED PWR” on CONSULT-II screen even if the ignition switch is tuned OFF.
NOTE:
During this test, CONSULT-II can be operated with ignition switch “OFF” position.
“RETAINED PWR” should be turned “ON” or “OFF” on CONSULT-II screen when
ignition switch is ON. Then turn ignition switch OFF for checking retained power
operation. CONSULT-II might be stuck if “RETAINED PWR” is turned “ON” or “OFF”
on CONSULT-II screen when ignition switch is OFF.
Trouble Diagnoses
Symptom
Power sunroof cannot be operated
using any switch.
Power sunroof cannot be operated
using one of the sunroof switches.
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NFEL0224S0101
Monitored Item
RETAINED PWR
NFEL0224
NFEL0224S01
Possible cause
1. 10A fuse, 40A fusible link and
E90 circuit breaker
2. Grounds M9, M25 and M87
3. Sunroof switch
4. Sunroof switch circuit
5. Sunroof motor
1. Sunroof switch
2. Sunroof switch circuit
Power sunroof auto function cannot 1.
be operated properly.
2.
3.
4.
Sunroof
Sunroof
Sunroof
Sunroof
slide mechanism
switch
switch circuit
motor
NFEL0225
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Repair order
1. Check 10A fuse [No. 10, located in fuse block
(J/B)], 40A fusible link (letter I, located in fuse and
fusible link box) and E90 circuit breaker. Turn ignition switch “ON” and verify battery positive voltage
is present at terminals 1 and 6 of sunroof motor.
2. Check grounds M9, M25, M87.
3. Check sunroof switch.
4. Check harness between sunroof switch and sunroof
motor.
5. Replace sunroof motor.
1. Check sunroof switch.
2. Check the harness between sunroof motor and
sunroof switch.
1.
a.
b.
c.
2.
3.
Check the following.
Check obstacles in sunroof, etc.
Check worn or deformed sunroof.
Check sunroof sash tilted too far inward or outward.
Check sunroof switch.
Check harness between sunroof motor and sunroof
switch.
4. Replace sunroof motor.
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EL-191
POWER SUNROOF
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
Symptom
Retained power operation does not
operate properly.
Possible cause
1. RAP signal circuit
2. Driver or passenger side door
switch circuit
3. Smart entrance control unit
EL-192
Repair order
1. Check RAP signal.
a. (With CONSULT-II)
Check RAP signal with CONSULT-II. Use “ACTIVE
TEST” mode, “RETAINED PWR” in “SMART
ENTRANCE”. (Refer to EL-190.)
If NG, go to the step b. below.
b. Verify 12 positive voltage from smart entrance control unit is present at terminal 6 of sunroof motor:
I Within 45 seconds after ignition switch turns off.
I When front door LH and RH is closed.
2. Check harness between smart entrance control unit
and driver or passenger side door switch.
Check driver or passenger side door switch.
Check driver or passenger side door switch.
3. Check smart entrance control unit. (EL-328)
DOOR MIRROR
Wiring Diagram — MIRROR —
Wiring Diagram — MIRROR —
NFEL0090
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MEL291K
EL-193
AUTO ANTI-DAZZLING INSIDE MIRROR
Wiring Diagram — I/MIRR —
Wiring Diagram — I/MIRR —
NFEL0264
MEL427N
EL-194
TRUNK LID AND FUEL FILLER LID OPENER
Wiring Diagram — T&FLID —
Wiring Diagram — T&FLID —
NFEL0168
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BR
ST
RS
BT
MEL970N
HA
SC
IDX
SEL987X
EL-195
TELEPHONE (PRE WIRE)
Wiring Diagram — PHONE —
Wiring Diagram — PHONE —
NFEL0170
MEL295K
EL-196
POWER SEAT
Schematic
Schematic
NFEL0251
GI
MA
EM
LC
EC
FE
CL
MT
AT
AX
SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
MEL324L
EL-197
POWER SEAT
Wiring Diagram — SEAT —
Wiring Diagram — SEAT —
NFEL0092
MEL325L
EL-198
POWER SEAT
Wiring Diagram — SEAT — (Cont’d)
GI
MA
EM
LC
EC
FE
CL
MT
AT
AX
SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
MEL057N
EL-199
POWER SEAT
Wiring Diagram — SEAT — (Cont’d)
MEL648K
EL-200
HEATED SEAT
Wiring Diagram — HSEAT —
Wiring Diagram — HSEAT —
NFEL0093
GI
MA
EM
LC
EC
FE
CL
MT
AT
AX
SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
MEL298K
EL-201
HEATED SEAT
Seatback Heating Unit
Seatback Heating Unit
NFEL0261
SBT314
EL-202
AUTOMATIC SPEED CONTROL DEVICE (ASCD)
Component Parts and Harness Connector Location
Component Parts and Harness Connector
Location
NFEL0094
GI
MA
EM
LC
EC
FE
CL
MT
AT
AX
SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
SEL171W
EL-203
AUTOMATIC SPEED CONTROL DEVICE (ASCD)
System Description
System Description
NFEL0190
Refer to Owner’s Manual for ASCD operating instructions.
POWER SUPPLY AND GROUND
I through 10A fuse [No. 30, located in the fuse block (J/B)]
I to ASCD brake switch terminal 1 and
I to combination meter terminals 50 and 66,
I through 15A fuse [No. 20, located in the fuse block (J/B)]
I to park/neutral position relay terminal 1 (A/T models),
I through 10A fuse [No. 10, located in the fuse block (J/B)]
I to ASCD control unit terminal 5, and
Power is supplied at all times:
I through 15A fuse [No. 2, located in the fuse block (J/B)]
I to the stop lamp switch terminal 1, and
When park/neutral position is in the P or N position, ground is supplied (A/T models):
I to park/neutral position relay terminal 2
I through park/neutral position switch and body grounds F41 and F39.
When ASCD main switch is depressed (ON), ground is supplied:
I to ASCD control unit terminal 11
I from ASCD steering switch terminal 1
I to ASCD steering switch terminal 2
I from ASCD control unit terminal 24.
then ASCD control unit holds CRUISE condition and illuminates CRUISE indicator.
Ground is supplied:
I to combination meter terminal 46
I from ASCD control unit terminal 15.
OPERATION
Set Operation
NFEL0190S01
NFEL0190S02
NFEL0190S0201
To activate the ASCD, all of following conditions must exist.
I Ground supply to ASCD control unit terminal 11
I Power supply to ASCD control unit terminal 8 [Brake and clutch pedal is released (M/T models), and brake
pedal is released and A/T selector lever is in other than P and N position. (A/T models)]
I Vehicle speed is between 40 km/h (25 MPH) and 144 km/h (89 MPH). (Signal from combination meter)
When the SET/COAST switch is depressed, power is supplied:
I from ASCD steering switch terminal 2
I to ASCD control unit terminal 24.
And then ASCD pump is activated to control throttle wire and ASCD control unit supply ground
I to combination meter terminals 51 to illuminate SET indicator.
A/T Overdrive Control during Cruise Control Driving (A/T models)
NFEL0190S0202
When the vehicle speed is approximately 8 km/h (5 MPH) below set speed, a signal is sent
I from ASCD control unit terminal 10
I to TCM (transmission control module) terminal 24.
When this occurs, the TCM (transmission control module) cancels overdrive.
After vehicle speed is approximately 3 km/h (2 MPH) above set speed, overdrive is reactivated.
ASCD Shifting Control
NFEL0190S0207
During ASCD cruise, ASCD control unit controls A/T shifting to avoid uncomfortable shifting.
This is used to control the signals below.
I Throttle position sensor from ECM
I A/T shift solenoid valve A
EL-204
AUTOMATIC SPEED CONTROL DEVICE (ASCD)
System Description (Cont’d)
Coast Operation
NFEL0190S0203
When the SET/COAST switch is depressed during cruise control driving, ASCD actuator returns the throttle
cable to decrease vehicle set speed until the switch is released. And then ASCD will keep the new set speed.
Accel Operation
NFEL0190S0204
When the RESUME/ACCEL switch is depressed, power is supplied
I from ASCD steering switch terminal 2
I to ASCD control unit terminal 24.
If the RESUME/ACCEL switch is depressed during cruise control driving, ASCD actuator pulls the throttle cable
to increase the vehicle speed until the switch is released or vehicle speed is reached to maximum controlled
speed by the system. And then ASCD will keep the new set speed.
Cancel Operation
GI
MA
EM
LC
NFEL0190S0205
When any of following condition exists, cruise operation will be canceled.
I CANCEL switch is depressed. (Power supply to ASCD control unit terminal 24)
I Brake pedal is depressed. (Power supply to ASCD control unit terminal 23 from stop lamp switch)
I Brake or clutch pedal is depressed (M/T models), brake pedal is depressed or A/T selector lever is shifted
to P or N position (A/T models). (Power supply to ASCD control unit terminal 8 is interrupted.)
If MAIN switch is turned to OFF during ASCD is activated, all of ASCD operation will be canceled and vehicle
speed memory will be erased.
Resume Operation
NFEL0190S0206
EC
FE
CL
When the RESUME/ACCEL switch is depressed after cancel operation other than depressing MAIN switch is
performed, vehicle speed will return to last set speed. To resume vehicle set speed, vehicle condition must
meet following conditions.
I Brake pedal is released.
I Clutch pedal is released (M/T models).
I A/T selector lever is in other than P and N position (A/T models).
I Vehicle speed is greater than 40 km/h (25 MPH) and 144 km/h (89 MPH).
MT
ASCD PUMP OPERATION
SU
NFEL0190S03
The ASCD pump consists of a vacuum motor, an air valve and a release valve. When the ASCD activates,
power is supplied
I from terminal 12 of ASCD control unit
I to ASCD pump terminal 1.
Ground is supplied to vacuum motor, air valve and release valve from ASCD control unit depending on the
operated condition as shown in the below table.
The pump is connected to ASCD actuator by vacuum hose. When the ASCD pump is activated, the ASCD
pump vacuum the diaphragm of ASCD actuator to control throttle cable.
AX
BR
ST
RS
Air valve (*1)
Release valve (*1)
Vacuum motor
Actuator inner pressure
Open
Open
Stopped
Atmosphere
Releasing throttle
cable
Open
Closed
Stopped
Vacuum
HA
Holding throttle
position
Closed
Closed
Stopped
Vacuum (*2)
SC
Pulling throttle cable Closed
Closed
Operated
Vacuum
ASCD not operating
ASCD operating
AT
BT
*1: When power and ground is supplied, valve is closed.
*2: Set position held.
IDX
EL-205
AUTOMATIC SPEED CONTROL DEVICE (ASCD)
Schematic
Schematic
NFEL0096
MEL058N
EL-206
AUTOMATIC SPEED CONTROL DEVICE (ASCD)
Wiring Diagram — ASCD —
Wiring Diagram — ASCD —
FIG. 1
NFEL0097
NFEL0097S01
GI
MA
EM
LC
EC
FE
CL
MT
AT
AX
SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
MEL059N
EL-207
AUTOMATIC SPEED CONTROL DEVICE (ASCD)
Wiring Diagram — ASCD — (Cont’d)
FIG. 2
NFEL0097S02
MEL060N
EL-208
AUTOMATIC SPEED CONTROL DEVICE (ASCD)
Wiring Diagram — ASCD — (Cont’d)
FIG. 3
NFEL0097S03
GI
MA
EM
LC
EC
FE
CL
MT
AT
AX
SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
MEL061N
EL-209
AUTOMATIC SPEED CONTROL DEVICE (ASCD)
Wiring Diagram — ASCD — (Cont’d)
FIG. 4
NFEL0097S04
MEL062N
EL-210
AUTOMATIC SPEED CONTROL DEVICE (ASCD)
Fail-safe System
Fail-safe System
NFEL0228
DESCRIPTION
NFEL0228S01
When the fail-safe system senses a malfunction, it deactivates
ASCD operation. The SET indicator in the combination meter will
then flash.
GI
MA
EM
LC
SEL255W
MALFUNCTION DETECTION CONDITIONS
ASCD operation during malfunction detection
Detection conditions
I
I
I
I
I
I
NFEL0228S02
ASCD steering (RESUME/ACCEL, CANCEL, SET/COAST) switch is stuck.
Vacuum motor ground circuit or power circuit is open or shorted.
Air valve ground circuit or power circuit is open or shorted.
Release valve ground circuit or power circuit is open or shorted.
Vehicle speed sensor is faulty.
ASCD control unit internal circuit is malfunctioning.
I ASCD brake switch or stop lamp switch is faulty.
I ASCD is deactivated.
I Vehicle speed memory is canceled.
EC
FE
CL
I ASCD is deactivated.
I Vehicle speed memory is not
canceled.
MT
AT
AX
SU
BR
CONSULT-II Inspection Procedure
1.
2.
Turn ignition switch OFF.
Connect “CONSULT-II” to data link connector.
NFEL0229
ST
RS
BT
HA
SEF289X
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Turn ignition switch ON.
Turn ASCD main switch ON.
Touch START (on CONSULT-II display).
Touch ASCD.
Touch SELF-DIAG RESULTS.
SC
IDX
PEL041P
EL-211
AUTOMATIC SPEED CONTROL DEVICE (ASCD)
CONSULT-II Inspection Procedure (Cont’d)
I
Self-diagnostic results are shown on display.
Refer to “CONSULT-II self-diagnostic Results” table (EL-212).
8.
Touch DATA MONITOR.
PFA021B
PEL043P
I
I
Touch START.
Data monitor results are shown on display.
Refer to “CONSULT-II Data Monitor” table (EL-213).
For further information, read the CONSULT-II Operation
Manual.
PEL811S
CONSULT-II Self-diagnostic Results
Diagnostic item
Description
NFEL0230
Repair/Check order
NO DTC IS DETECTED.
FURTHER TESTING
MAY BE REQUIRED.
I Even if no malfunction is indicated, further testing may
be required as far as the customer complains.
POWER SUPPLY-VALVE
I The power supply circuit for the ASCD pump is open.
(An abnormally high voltage is entered.)
ASCD PUMP CIRCUIT CHECK
(EL-222)
VACUUM PUMP
I The vacuum motor circuit is open or shorted. (An
abnormally high or low voltage is entered.)
ASCD PUMP CIRCUIT CHECK
(EL-222)
AIR VALVE
I The air valve circuit is open or shorted. (An abnormally
high or low voltage is entered.)
ASCD PUMP CIRCUIT CHECK
(EL-222)
RELEASE VALVE
I The release valve circuit is open or shorted. (An abnor- ASCD PUMP CIRCUIT CHECK
mally high or low voltage is entered.)
(EL-222)
VHCL SP·S/FAILSAFE
I The vehicle speed sensor is malfunctioning.
VEHICLE SPEED SENSOR
CHECK (EL-221)
CONTROL UNIT
I The ASCD control unit is malfunctioning.
Replace ASCD control unit.
BRAKE SW/STOP/L SW
I The brake switch or stop lamp switch circuit is malfunc- ASCD BRAKE/STOP LAMP
tioning.
SWITCH CHECK (EL-217)
EL-212
—
AUTOMATIC SPEED CONTROL DEVICE (ASCD)
CONSULT-II Self-diagnostic Results (Cont’d)
Diagnostic item
COMMAND SW
Description
Repair/Check order
I The steering switch (set/coast switch, resume/accel
switch or cancel switch) is malfunctioning.
GI
ASCD STEERING SWITCH
CHECK (EL-219)
MA
EM
LC
CONSULT-II Data Monitor
Monitored item
NFEL0231
Description
BRAKE SW
I Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of the brake switch, and ASCD clutch switch (M/T models) or park/
neutral position relay (A/T models).
AT OD MONITOR
I Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of A/T O/D (shift solenoid valve A).
STOP LAMP SW
I Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of the stop lamp switch.
MAIN SW
I Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of main switch.
SET SW
I Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of the set switch.
RESUME/ACC SW
I Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of the resume/accelerate switch.
CANCEL SW
I Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of the cancel.
VHCL SPEED SE
I The present vehicle speed computed from the vehicle speed sensor signal is displayed.
SET VHCL SPD
I The preset vehicle speed is displayed.
VACUUM PUMP
I The operation time of the vacuum pump is displayed.
AIR VALVE
I The operation time of the air valve is displayed.
PW SUP-VALVE
I Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of the circuit for the air valve and the release valve.
CRUISE LAMP
I Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of the set lamp.
MAIN LAMP
I Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of cruise lamp.
A/T·OD CANCEL
I Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of the OD cancel.
FAIL SAFE·LOW
I The fail-safe (LOW) circuit function is displayed.
FAIL SAFE·SPD
I The fail-safe (SPEED) circuit function is displayed.
TCS MONITOR
I Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of TCS.
THRTL POS SEN
I The voltage of throttle position sensor is displayed.
R/LORD ESTMT
I The present road/load computed by ASCD control unit is displayed.
EC
FE
CL
MT
AT
AX
SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
EL-213
AUTOMATIC SPEED CONTROL DEVICE (ASCD)
Trouble Diagnoses
Trouble Diagnoses
NFEL0232
SYMPTOM CHART
ASCD cannot be set. (“CRUISE” indicator lamp does not ON.)
X
ASCD cannot be set. (“SET” indicator
lamp does not blink.)
ASCD cannot be set. (“SET” indicator
lamp blinks.★1)
X
219
221
222
224
ASCD PUMP CIRCUIT CHECK
ASCD ACTUATOR/PUMP CHECK
217
VEHICLE SPEED SENSOR CHECK
216
ASCD STEERING SWITCH CHECK
SYMPTOM
215
ASCD BRAKE/STOP LAMP SWITCH CHECK
)
POWER SUPPLY AND GROUND CIRCUIT CHECK
REFERENCE PAGE (EL-
Diagnostic procedure
FAIL-SAFE SYSTEM CHECK
PROCEDURE
NFEL0232S01
X★3
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Vehicle speed does not decrease after
SET/COAST switch has been pressed.
X
X
Vehicle speed does not return to the set
speed after RESUME/ACCEL switch has
been pressed.★2
X
X
Vehicle speed does not increase after
RESUME/ACCEL switch has been
pressed.
X
X
System is not released after CANCEL
switch (steering) has been pressed.
X
X
Large difference between set speed and
actual vehicle speed.
X
X
X
Deceleration is greatest immediately
after ASCD has been set.
X
X
X
★1: It indicates that system is in fail-safe. After completing diagnostic procedures, perform “FAIL-SAFE SYSTEM CHECK” (EL-215) to
verify repairs.
★2: If vehicle speed is greater than 40 km/h (25 MPH) after system has been released, pressing RESUME/ACCEL switch returns vehicle
speed to the set speed previously achieved. However, doing so when the ASCD main switch is turned to “OFF”, vehicle speed will not
return to the set speed since the memory is canceled.
★3: Check only main switch built-in steering switch.
EL-214
AUTOMATIC SPEED CONTROL DEVICE (ASCD)
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
FAIL-SAFE SYSTEM CHECK
1.
2.
I
=NFEL0232S02
Turn ignition switch to ON position.
Turn ASCD main switch to ON and check if the “set indicator”
blinks.
If the indicator lamp blinks, check the following.
ASCD steering switch. Refer to EL-219.
GI
MA
EM
LC
SEL417V
3.
I
I
I
Drive the vehicle at more than 40 km/h (25 MPH) and push
SET/COAST switch.
If the indicator lamp blinks, check the following.
Vehicle speed sensor. Refer to EL-221.
ASCD pump circuit. Refer to EL-222.
Replace control unit.
EC
FE
CL
MT
SEL767P
4.
I
Depress brake pedal slowly (brake pedal should be depressed
more than 5 seconds).
If the indicator lamp blinks, check the following.
ASCD brake/stop lamp switch. Refer to EL-217.
AT
AX
SU
BR
SAT797A
5.
END. (System is OK.)
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
EL-215
AUTOMATIC SPEED CONTROL DEVICE (ASCD)
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
POWER SUPPLY AND GROUND CIRCUIT CHECK =NFEL0232S03
1
CHECK POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT FOR ASCD CONTROL UNIT
1. Disconnect ASCD control unit harness connector.
2. Turn ignition switch ON.
3. Check voltage between ASCD control unit harness connector terminal 5 and ground.
SEL256W
Refer to wiring diagram in EL-209.
Yes or No
Yes
©
GO TO 2.
No
©
Check the following.
I 10A fuse (No. 10 located in the fuse block)
I Harness for open or short
2
CHECK GROUND CIRCUIT FOR ASCD CONTROL UNIT
Check continuity between ASCD control unit harness connector terminal 17 and body ground.
SEL257W
Refer to wiring diagram in EL-209.
Yes or No
Yes
©
Power supply and ground circuit is OK.
No
©
Repair harness.
EL-216
AUTOMATIC SPEED CONTROL DEVICE (ASCD)
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
ASCD BRAKE/STOP LAMP SWITCH CHECK
1
=NFEL0232S06
CHECK ASCD BRAKE SWITCH CIRCUIT
GI
With CONSULT-II
See “BRAKE SW” in “DATA MONITOR” mode.
MA
EM
LC
EC
SEL286W
FE
Without CONSULT-II
1. Disconnect ASCD control unit harness connector.
2. Turn ignition switch ON.
3. Check voltage between ASCD control unit harness connector terminal 8 and ground.
CL
MT
AT
AX
SEL258W
SU
OK or NG
BR
OK
©
GO TO 2.
NG
©
Check the following.
I ASCD brake switch
Refer to “Electrical Component Inspection” (EL-226).
I Park/neutral position switch (A/T models)
Refer to “Electrical Component Inspection” (EL-226).
I Park/neutral position relay (A/T models)
I ASCD clutch switch (M/T models)
Refer to “Electrical Component Inspection” (EL-226).
I Harness for open or short
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
EL-217
AUTOMATIC SPEED CONTROL DEVICE (ASCD)
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
2
CHECK STOP LAMP SWITCH CIRCUIT
With CONSULT-II
See “STOP LAMP” in “DATA MONITOR” mode.
SEL287W
Without CONSULT-II
1. Disconnect ASCD control unit harness connector.
2. Check voltage between ASCD control unit harness connector terminal 23 and ground.
SEL259W
Refer to wiring diagram in EL-208.
OK or NG
OK
©
ASCD brake/stop lamp switch is OK.
NG
©
Check the following.
I 15A fuse [No. 2, located in the fuse block (J/B)]
I Harness for open or short between ASCD control unit and stop lamp switch
I Harness for open or short between fuse and stop lamp switch
I Stop lamp switch
Refer to “Electrical Component Inspection” (EL-226).
EL-218
AUTOMATIC SPEED CONTROL DEVICE (ASCD)
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
ASCD STEERING SWITCH CHECK
1
=NFEL0232S07
CHECK ASCD STEERING SWITCH CIRCUIT FOR ASCD CONTROL UNIT
GI
With CONSULT-II
See “MAIN SW”, “RESUME/ACC SW”, “SET SW” and “CANCEL SW” in “DATA MONITOR” mode.
MA
EM
LC
EC
SEL288W
FE
Without CONSULT-II
Check voltage between ASCD control unit harness connector M52 terminal 11 (G/Y) and ground.
CL
MT
AT
AX
SEL005Y
Refer to wiring diagram in EL-208.
OK or NG
OK
©
ASCD steering switch is OK.
NG
©
GO TO 2.
2
CHECK POWER SUPPLY FOR ASCD STEERING SWITCH
Does horn work?
Yes
©
GO TO 3.
No
©
Check the following.
I 10A fuse (No. 10, located in the relay box)
I Harness for open or short
SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
EL-219
AUTOMATIC SPEED CONTROL DEVICE (ASCD)
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
3
CHECK ASCD STEERING SWITCH
1. Disconnect ASCD steering switch.
2. Check continuity between M642 terminals 1 and 2 by pushing each switch.
SEL196Y
OK or NG
OK
©
Check harness for open or short between ASCD steering switch and ASCD control unit.
NG
©
Replace ASCD steering switch.
EL-220
AUTOMATIC SPEED CONTROL DEVICE (ASCD)
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
VEHICLE SPEED SENSOR CHECK
1
=NFEL0232S08
CHECK SPEEDOMETER OPERATION
GI
Does speedometer operate normally?
Yes
©
GO TO 2.
No
©
Check speedometer and vehicle speed sensor circuit. Refer to EL-121.
MA
EM
2
CHECK VEHICLE SPEED INPUT
With CONSULT-II
See “VHCL SPEED SE” in “DATA MONITOR” mode while driving.
NOTE:
I This test may be conducted with the drive wheels lifted in the shop or by driving the vehicle. If a road test is excepted to
be easier, it is unnecessary to lift the vehicle.
I Always drive vehicle in safe speed and manner according to traffic conditions and obey all traffic laws.
LC
EC
FE
CL
MT
AT
SEL289W
AX
Without CONSULT-II
1. Apply wheel chocks and jack up drive wheel.
2. Disconnect ASCD control unit harness connector.
3. Check voltage between control unit terminal 22 and ground with turning drive wheel slowly by hand.
SU
BR
ST
RS
SEL263W
BT
Refer to wiring diagram in EL-210.
Yes or No
Yes
©
Vehicle speed sensor is OK.
No
©
Check harness for open or short between ASCD control unit terminal 22 and combination
meter terminal 13.
HA
SC
IDX
EL-221
AUTOMATIC SPEED CONTROL DEVICE (ASCD)
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
ASCD PUMP CIRCUIT CHECK
1
NFEL0232S09
CHECK ASCD PUMP
1. Disconnect ASCD pump connector.
2. Measure resistance between ASCD pump terminals 1 and 2, 3, 4.
SEL262W
Refer to wiring diagram in EL-209.
OK or NG
OK
©
GO TO 2.
NG
©
Replace ASCD pump.
2
CHECK ASCD PUMP CIRCUIT
1. Disconnect ASCD control unit harness connector.
2. Check harness for open or short between ASCD control unit and ASCD pump.
SEL269W
OK or NG
OK
©
GO TO 3.
NG
©
Repair harness.
EL-222
AUTOMATIC SPEED CONTROL DEVICE (ASCD)
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
3
CHECK ASCD PUMP POWER SUPPLY
With CONSULT-II
1. Jack up the drive wheels.
2. See “PW SUP-VALVE” in “DATA MONITOR” mode.
3. Maintain the conditions below.
I Vehicle speed is more than 40 km/h (25 MPH).
I Main switch (CRUISE lamp) is ON.
I Set/coast switch (SET lamp) is ON.
GI
MA
EM
LC
EC
FE
SEL290W
Without CONSULT-II
1. Jack-up the drive wheels.
2. Maintain the conditions below.
I Vehicle speed is more than 40 km/h (25 MPH).
I Main switch (CRUISE lamp) is ON.
I Set/coast switch (SET lamp) is ON.
Check voltage between ASCD control unit harness connector terminal 12 and ground.
CL
MT
AT
AX
SU
BR
ST
SEL381W
OK or NG
OK
©
ASCD pump power supply is OK.
NG
©
Replace ASCD control unit.
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
EL-223
AUTOMATIC SPEED CONTROL DEVICE (ASCD)
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
ASCD ACTUATOR/PUMP CHECK
1
=NFEL0232S10
CHECK VACUUM HOSE
Check vacuum hose (between ASCD actuator and ASCD pump) for breakage, cracks or fracture.
MEL402G
OK or NG
OK
©
GO TO 2.
NG
©
Repair or replace hose.
2
CHECK ASCD WIRE
Check wire for improper installation, rust formation or breaks.
OK or NG
OK
©
GO TO 3.
NG
©
Repair or replace wire. Refer to “ASCD Wire Adjustment” (EL-227).
3
CHECK ASCD ACTUATOR
1. Disconnect vacuum hose from ASCD actuator.
2. Connect the hose of hand vacuum pump to ASCD actuator.
SEL264W
OK or NG
OK
©
GO TO 4.
NG
©
Replace ASCD actuator.
EL-224
AUTOMATIC SPEED CONTROL DEVICE (ASCD)
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
4
1.
2.
3.
4.
CHECK ASCD PUMP
Disconnect vacuum hose from ASCD pump and ASCD pump connector.
If necessary remove ASCD pump.
Connect vacuum gauge to ASCD pump.
Apply 12V direct current to ASCD pump and check operation.
GI
MA
EM
LC
EC
SEL265W
FE
OK or NG
OK
©
INSPECTION END
NG
©
Replace ASCD pump.
CL
THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR SIGNAL CHECK
1
NFEL0232S11
MT
CHECK THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR SIGNAL CIRCUIT
AT
1. Disconnect ECM harness connector and ASCD control unit harness connector.
2. Check continuity between ECM terminal 82 and ASCD control unit terminal 3.
AX
SU
BR
SEL268W
OK or NG
OK
©
Refer to “TROUBLE DIAGNOSIS FOR INTERMITTENT INCIDENT” in EC section. (EC147)
NG
©
Repair harness.
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
EL-225
AUTOMATIC SPEED CONTROL DEVICE (ASCD)
Electrical Component Inspection
Electrical Component Inspection
=NFEL0100
ASCD BRAKE SWITCH AND STOP LAMP SWITCHNFEL0100S02
Continuity
Condition
MEL380K
ASCD brake
switch
Stop lamp switch
When brake pedal is depressed
No
Yes
When brake pedal is released
Yes
No
Check each switch after adjusting brake pedal — refer to BR
section.
ASCD CLUTCH SWITCH (FOR M/T MODELS)
Condition
NFEL0100S04
Continuity
When clutch pedal is depressed
No
When clutch pedal is released
Yes
MEL381K
PARK/NEUTRAL POSITION SWITCH (FOR A/T
MODELS)
NFEL0100S03
Continuity
A/T selector lever position
Between terminals 1 and 2
“P”
Yes
“N”
Yes
Except “P” and “N”
No
MEL382K
EL-226
AUTOMATIC SPEED CONTROL DEVICE (ASCD)
ASCD Wire Adjustment
ASCD Wire Adjustment
NFEL0101
GI
MA
EM
LC
EC
FE
CL
MEL383K
CAUTION:
I Be careful not to twist ASCD wire when removing it.
I Do not tense ASCD wire excessively during adjustment.
Adjust the tension of ASCD wire in the following manner.
1. Loosen lock nut and adjusting nut.
2. Make sure that accelerator wire is properly adjusted. Refer to
FE-3, “ACCELERATOR CONTROL SYSTEM”.
3. Tighten adjusting nut just until throttle drum starts to move.
4. Loosen adjusting nut again 1/2 to 1 turn.
5. Tighten lock nut.
MT
AT
AX
SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
EL-227
POWER WINDOW
System Description
System Description
NFEL0191
Power is supplied at all times
I from 40A fusible link (letter i, located in the fuse and fusible link box)
I to circuit breaker terminal 1
I through circuit breaker terminal 2
I to power window relay terminal 3 and
I to front power window main switch terminal 5.
With ignition switch in ON or START position, power is supplied
I through 10A fuse [No. 10, located in the fuse block (J/B)]
I to power window relay terminal 2, and
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 27.
Ground is supplied to power window relay terminal 1
I through body grounds M9, M25 and M87.
The power window relay is energized and power is supplied
I through power window relay terminal 5
I to power window main switch terminal 12,
I to front power window switch terminal 5,
I to rear power window switch LH and RH terminals 5.
MANUAL OPERATION
Front Door LH
NFEL0191S01
NFEL0191S0101
Ground is supplied
I to power window main switch terminal 19
I through body grounds M9, M25 and M87.
WINDOW UP
When the front LH switch in the power window main switch is pressed in the up position, power is supplied
I to front power window regulator LH terminal 1
I through power window main switch terminal 2.
Ground is supplied
I to front power window regulator LH terminal 3
I through power window main switch terminal 1.
Then, the motor raises the window until the switch is released.
WINDOW DOWN
When the LH switch in the power window main switch is pressed in the down position, power is supplied
I to front power window regulator LH terminal 3
I through power window main switch terminal 1.
Ground is supplied
I to front power window regulator LH terminal 1
I through power window main switch terminal 2.
Then, the motor lowers the window until the switch is released.
Front Door RH
NFEL0191S0102
Ground is supplied
I to power window main switch terminal 19
I through body grounds M9, M25 and M87.
NOTE:
Numbers in parentheses are terminal numbers, when power window switch is pressed in the UP and DOWN
positions respectively.
MAIN SWITCH OPERATION
Power is supplied
I through power window main switch (4, 3)
I to front power window switch RH (3, 4).
EL-228
POWER WINDOW
System Description (Cont’d)
The subsequent operation is the same as the front power window switch RH operation.
FRONT POWER WINDOW SWITCH RH OPERATION
Power is supplied
I through front power window switch RH (1, 2)
I to front power window regulator RH (1, 2).
Ground is supplied
I to front power window regulator RH (2, 1)
I through front power window switch RH (2, 1)
I to front power window switch RH (4, 3)
I through power window main switch (3, 4).
Then, the motor raises or lowers the window until the switch is released.
Rear Door
GI
MA
EM
LC
NFEL0191S0103
EC
NFEL0191S02
FE
Rear door windows will raise and lower in the same manner as front door RH window.
AUTO OPERATION
The power window AUTO feature enables the driver to open or close the driver’s window without holding the
window switch in the down or up position.
The AUTO feature only operates on the driver’s window.
POWER WINDOW LOCK
CL
NFEL0191S03
The power window lock is designed to lock operation of all windows except for driver’s door window.
When the lock switch is pressed to lock position, ground of the front and rear power window switches in the
power window main switch is disconnected. This prevents the power window motors from operating.
MT
RETAINED POWER OPERATION
AT
NFEL0191S04
When the ignition switch is turned to OFF position from ON or START position, power is supplied for 45 seconds
I to power window relay terminal 2
I from smart entrance control unit terminal 46.
Ground is always supplied
I to power window relay terminal 1
I through body grounds M9, M25 and M87.
When power and ground are supplied, the power window relay continues to be energized, and the power window can be operated.
The retained power operation is canceled when the driver or passenger side door is opened.
INTERRUPTION DETECTION FUNCTION
AX
SU
BR
ST
NFEL0191S05
Power window main switch monitors the power window regulator motor operation and the power window
position (full closed or other) for driver’s power window by the signals from encoder and limit switch in front
power window regulator (driver’s side).
When power window main switch detects interruption during the following close operation in the driver’s side
door,
I automatic close operation when ignition switch is in the “ON” position
I automatic close operation during retained power operation
I manual close operation during retained power operation
power window main switch controls driver’s power window regulator motor for open and the power window
will be lowered about 150 mm (5.91 in).
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
EL-229
POWER WINDOW
Schematic
Schematic
NFEL0103
MEL063N
EL-230
POWER WINDOW
Wiring Diagram — WINDOW —
Wiring Diagram — WINDOW —
NFEL0104
GI
MA
EM
LC
EC
FE
CL
MT
AT
AX
SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
MEL064N
EL-231
POWER WINDOW
Wiring Diagram — WINDOW — (Cont’d)
MEL065N
EL-232
POWER WINDOW
Wiring Diagram — WINDOW — (Cont’d)
GI
MA
EM
LC
EC
FE
CL
MT
AT
AX
SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
MEL307K
EL-233
POWER WINDOW
Wiring Diagram — WINDOW — (Cont’d)
MEL305N
SEL979X
EL-234
POWER WINDOW
CONSULT-II Inspection Procedure
CONSULT-II Inspection Procedure
“RETAINED PWR”
1.
2.
Turn ignition switch “OFF”.
Connect “CONSULT-II” to the data link connector.
NFEL0235
NFEL0235S01
GI
MA
EM
LC
SEF289X
3.
4.
Turn ignition switch “ON”.
Touch “START”.
EC
FE
CL
MT
PBR455D
5.
Touch “SMART ENTRANCE”.
AT
AX
SU
BR
SEL941W
6.
Touch “RETAINED PWR”.
ST
RS
BT
HA
SEL273W
7.
Select diagnosis mode.
“DATA MONITOR” and “ACTIVE TEST” are available.
SC
IDX
SEL322W
EL-235
POWER WINDOW
CONSULT-II Application Items
CONSULT-II Application Items
“RETAINED PWR”
Data Monitor
NFEL0236S0101
Monitored Item
Description
IGN ON SW
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of ignition switch.
DOOR SW-DR
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of front door switch LH.
DOOR SW-AS
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of front door switch RH.
Active Test
NFEL0236S0102
Test Item
RETAINED PWR
NFEL0236
NFEL0236S01
Description
This test is able to supply RAP signal (power) from smart entrance control unit to power window
system, power sunroof system and headlamp battery saver control unit. Those systems can be
operated when turning on “RETAINED PWR” on CONSULT-II screen even if the ignition switch is
tuned OFF.
NOTE:
During this test, CONSULT-II can be operated with ignition switch in “OFF” position.
“RETAINED PWR” should be turned “ON” or “OFF” on CONSULT-II screen when ignition
switch is ON. Then turn ignition switch OFF to check retained power operation. CONSULT-II might be stuck if “RETAINED PWR” is turned “ON” or “OFF” on CONSULT-II screen
when ignition switch is OFF.
Trouble Diagnoses
Symptom
None of the power windows can be 1.
operated using any switch.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Possible cause
10A fuse, 40A fusible link
E90 circuit breaker
Power window relay
E90 circuit breaker circuit
Power window relay circuit
Ground circuit
Power window main switch
Driver side power window cannot
1. Driver side power window regube operated but other windows can
lator circuit
be operated.
2. Driver side power window regulator
3. Power window main switch
EL-236
NFEL0105
Repair order
1. Check 10A fuse [No. 10, located in fuse block (J/B)],
40A fusible link (letter I, located in fuse and fusible
link box).
2. Check E90 circuit breaker.
3. Check power window relay.
4. Check the following.
a. Check harness between E90 circuit breaker and 40A
fusible link (letter I, located in fuse and fusible link
box).
b. Check harness between E90 circuit breaker and
power window main switch.
5. Check the following.
a. Check harness between E90 circuit breaker and
power window relay.
b. Check harness between fuse and power window
relay.
6. Check the following.
a. Check ground circuit of power window main switch
terminal 19.
b. Check power window relay ground circuit.
7. Check power window main switch.
1. Check harness between power window main switch
and driver side power window regulator for open or
short circuit.
2. Check driver side power window regulator.
3. Check power window main switch.
POWER WINDOW
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
Symptom
Possible cause
One or more power windows
1. Power window
except driver’s side window cannot 2. Power window
be operated.
3. Power window
4. Power window
switches
regulators
main switch
circuit
Power windows except driver’s
side window cannot be operated
using power window main switch
but can be operated by power window switch.
1. Power window main switch
Driver side power window automatic operation does not function
properly.
1. Power window main switch
2. Encoder and limit switch
Repair order
1.
2.
3.
4.
a.
Check power window switch.
Check power window regulator.
Check power window main switch.
Check the following.
Check harness between the power window switch
terminal 5 and power window relay.
b. Check harnesses between power window main
switch and power window switch for open/short circuit.
c. Check harnesses between power window switch and
power window regulator for open/short circuit.
GI
MA
EM
LC
1. Check power window main switch.
EC
FE
Retained power operation does not 1. RAP signal circuit
operate properly.
2. Driver or passenger side door
switch circuit
3. Smart entrance control unit
1. Check power window main switch.
2. Check encoder and limit switch. (EL-238)
1. Check RAP signal.
a. (With CONSULT-II)
Check RAP signal with CONSULT-II.
Use “ACTIVE TEST” mode, “RETAINED PWR” in
“SMART ENTRANCE”.
(Refer to EL-235.)
If NG, go to the step b. below.
b. Verify 12 positive voltage from smart entrance control unit is present at terminal 10 of power window
relay:
I Within 45 seconds after ignition switch turns off.
I When front door LH and RH is closed.
2. Check harness between smart entrance control unit
and driver or passenger side door switch for short
circuit.
Check driver or passenger side door switch ground
circuit.
Check driver or passenger side door switch.
3. Check smart entrance control unit. (EL-328)
CL
MT
AT
AX
SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
EL-237
POWER WINDOW
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
ENCODER AND LIMIT SWITCH CHECK
1
=NFEL0105S01
CHECK DOOR WINDOW SLIDE MECHANISM
Check the following.
I Obstacles in window, glass molding, etc.
I Worn or deformed glass molding
I Door sash tilted too far inward or outward
I Door window regulator
OK or NG
OK
©
GO TO 2.
NG
©
Remove obstacles or repair door window slide mechanism.
2
CHECK POWER SUPPLY TO LIMIT SWITCH
Check voltage between power window main switch terminal 9 and ground.
SEL378WA
OK or NG
OK
©
GO TO 3.
NG
©
Replace power window main switch.
3
CHECK LIMIT SWITCH OPERATION
Check voltage between power window main switch terminal 9 and ground during power window closing operation.
SEL379WA
OK or NG
OK
©
GO TO 5.
NG
©
GO TO 4.
EL-238
POWER WINDOW
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
4
RESET LIMIT SWITCH
Reset limit switch. Refer to BT-21, “Front Door Glass Limit Switch Reset”. Then check voltage between power window
main switch terminal 9 and ground during power window closing operation at least ten times.
GI
MA
EM
LC
SEL379WA
EC
OK or NG
FE
OK
©
GO TO 5.
NG
©
Replace power window regulator motor (front driver side).
CL
5
CHECK ENCODER
Measure voltage between power window main switch terminal 16 and ground with oscilloscope when power window is in
automatic closing operation.
MT
AT
AX
SU
BR
SEL252W
OK or NG
OK
©
Replace power window main switch.
NG
©
Replace power window regulator motor (front driver side).
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
EL-239
POWER DOOR LOCK
Component Parts and Harness Connector Location
Component Parts and Harness Connector
Location
NFEL0106
SEL053Y
System Description
OPERATION
I
I
I
NFEL0107
NFEL0107S04
The lock/unlock switches (LH and RH) on door trim can lock and unlock all doors.
With the door key inserted in the key cylinder on front LH, turning it to “LOCK”, will lock all doors; turning
it to “UNLOCK” once unlocks the corresponding door; turning it to “UNLOCK” again within 5 seconds after
the first unlock operation unlocks all of the other doors. (Signals from door key cylinder switch)
If the ignition key is in the ignition key cylinder and one or more of the doors are open, setting the lock/
unlock switch to “LOCK” locks the doors once but then immediately unlocks them. (KEY REMINDER
DOOR SYSTEM)
EL-240
POWER DOOR LOCK
Schematic
Schematic
NFEL0108
GI
MA
EM
LC
EC
FE
CL
MT
AT
AX
SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
MEL066N
EL-241
POWER DOOR LOCK
Wiring Diagram — D/LOCK —
Wiring Diagram — D/LOCK —
FIG. 1
NFEL0109
NFEL0109S01
MEL067N
EL-242
POWER DOOR LOCK
Wiring Diagram — D/LOCK — (Cont’d)
FIG. 2
NFEL0109S02
GI
MA
EM
LC
EC
FE
CL
MT
AT
AX
SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
MEL068N
EL-243
POWER DOOR LOCK
Wiring Diagram — D/LOCK — (Cont’d)
FIG. 3
NFEL0109S03
MEL069N
EL-244
POWER DOOR LOCK
Wiring Diagram — D/LOCK — (Cont’d)
FIG. 4
NFEL0109S05
GI
MA
EM
LC
EC
FE
CL
MT
AT
AX
SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
MEL070N
EL-245
POWER DOOR LOCK
Wiring Diagram — D/LOCK — (Cont’d)
SEL980X
EL-246
POWER DOOR LOCK
CONSULT-II Inspection Procedure
CONSULT-II Inspection Procedure
“DOOR LOCK”
1.
2.
Turn ignition switch “OFF”.
Connect “CONSULT-II” to the data link connector.
=NFEL0238
NFEL0238S01
GI
MA
EM
LC
SEF289X
3.
4.
Turn ignition switch “ON”.
Turn “START”.
EC
FE
CL
MT
PBR455D
5.
Touch “SMART ENTRANCE”.
AT
AX
SU
BR
SEL941W
6.
Touch “DOOR LOCK”.
ST
RS
BT
HA
SEL023X
7.
Select diagnosis mode.
“DATA MONITOR” and “ACTIVE TEST” are available.
SC
IDX
SEL322W
EL-247
POWER DOOR LOCK
CONSULT-II Application Items
CONSULT-II Application Items
“DOOR LOCK”
Data Monitor
Monitored Item
NFEL0239
NFEL0239S01
NFEL0239S0101
Description
KEY ON SW
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of key switch.
LOCK SW DR/AS
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of lock signal from lock/unlock switch LH and RH.
DOOR SW-RR
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of door switch (Rear).
UNLK SW DR/AS
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of unlock signal from lock/unlock switch LH and RH.
KEY CYL LK SW
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of lock signal from key cylinder.
KEY CYL UN SW
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of unlock signal from key cylinder.
LK BUTTON/SIG
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of lock signal from remote controller.
UN BUTTON/SIG
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of unlock signal from remote controller.
IGN ON SW
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of ignition switch.
DOOR SW-DR
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of front door switch LH.
DOOR SW-AS
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of front door switch RH.
Active Test
Test Item
NFEL0239S0102
Description
ALL D/LK MTR
This test is able to check all door lock actuators lock operation. These actuators lock when
“ON” on CONSULT-II screen is touched.
DR D/UN MTR
This test is able to check front door lock actuator LH unlock operation. The actuator unlocks
when “ON” on CONSULT-II screen is touched.
NON DR D/UN
This test is able to check door lock actuators (except front door lock actuator LH) unlock operation. These actuators unlock when “ON” on CONSULT-II screen is touched.
EL-248
POWER DOOR LOCK
Trouble Diagnoses
Trouble Diagnoses
=NFEL0193
SYMPTOM CHART
250
251
252
255
GI
257
X
Specific door lock actuator does not operate.
X
Power door lock does not operate with door lock
and unlock switch (LH and RH) on door trim.
X
Power door lock does not operate with front door
key cylinder operation.
X
EM
LC
DOOR LOCK ACTUATOR CHECK
X
FRONT DOOR KEY CYLINDER SWITCH CHECK
X
DOOR LOCK/UNLOCK SWITCH CHECK
KEY SWITCH (INSERT) CHECK
Key reminder door system does not operate properly.
SYMPTOM
253
MA
DOOR SWITCH CHECK
)
MAIN POWER SUPPLY AND GROUND CIRCUIT CHECK
REFERENCE PAGE (EL-
NFEL0193S01
X
X
EC
FE
CL
MT
AT
AX
X
X
SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
EL-249
POWER DOOR LOCK
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
MAIN POWER SUPPLY AND GROUND CIRCUIT CHECK
=NFEL0193S02
Main Power Supply Circuit Check
NFEL0193S0201
Terminals
(+)
Ignition switch
(–)
OFF
ACC
ON
Ground
Battery voltage
Battery voltage
Battery voltage
49
51
SEL007Y
Ground Circuit Check
NFEL0193S0202
Terminals
Continuity
43 - Ground
Yes
64 - Ground
Yes
SEL008Y
EL-250
POWER DOOR LOCK
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
DOOR SWITCH CHECK
1
=NFEL0193S03
CHECK DOOR SWITCHES INPUT SIGNAL
GI
With CONSULT-II
Check door switches (“DOOR SW-DR”, “DOOR SW-AS”, “DOOR SW-RR”) in “DATA MONITOR” mode with CONSULT-II.
MA
EM
LC
EC
SEL009Y
Without CONSULT-II
Check voltage between smart entrance control unit harness connector M143 terminals 1 (SB), 2 (R/L) or 3 (R/W) and
ground.
FE
CL
MT
AT
AX
SEL010Y
Refer to wiring diagram in EL-242.
SU
OK or NG
OK
©
Door switch is OK.
NG
©
GO TO 2.
BR
ST
2
CHECK DOOR SWITCHES
1. Disconnect door switch harness connector.
2. Check continuity between door switch connector terminals.
RS
BT
HA
SC
SEL192W
OK or NG
OK
©
Check the following.
I Door switch ground circuit or door switch ground condition
I Harness for open or short between smart entrance control unit and door switch
NG
©
Replace door switch.
EL-251
IDX
POWER DOOR LOCK
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
KEY SWITCH (INSERT) CHECK
1
=NFEL0193S04
CHECK KEY SWITCH INPUT SIGNAL
With CONSULT-II
Check key switch (“KEY ON SW”) in “DATA MONITOR” mode with CONSULT-II.
SEL315W
Without CONSULT-II
Check voltage between smart entrance control unit harness connector M144 terminal 25 (B/R) and ground.
SEL011Y
Refer to wiring diagram in EL-242.
OK or NG
OK
©
Key switch is OK.
NG
©
GO TO 2.
2
CHECK KEY SWITCH (INSERT)
Check continuity between key switch connector terminals 1 and 2.
SEL194W
OK or NG
OK
©
Check the following.
I 10A fuse [No. 13, located in fuse block (J/B)]
I Harness for open or short between key switch and fuse
I Harness for open or short between smart entrance control unit and key switch
NG
©
Replace key switch.
EL-252
POWER DOOR LOCK
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
DOOR LOCK/UNLOCK SWITCH CHECK
1
=NFEL0193S05
CHECK DOOR LOCK/UNLOCK SWITCH INPUT SIGNAL
GI
With CONSULT-II
Check door lock/unlock switch (“LOCK SW DR/AS”/“UNLK SW DR/AS”) in “DATA MONITOR” mode with CONSULT-II.
MA
EM
LC
EC
SEL341W
Without CONSULT-II
1. Disconnect smart entrance control unit harness connector .
2. Check continuity between smart entrance control unit harness connector M143 terminal 4 (BR/Y) or 5 (GY) and ground.
FE
CL
MT
AT
AX
SEL012Y
Refer to wiring diagram in EL-243.
SU
OK or NG
OK
©
Door lock/unlock switch is OK.
NG
©
GO TO 2.
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
EL-253
POWER DOOR LOCK
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
2
CHECK DOOR LOCK/UNLOCK SWITCH
1. Disconnect door lock/unlock switch harness connector.
2. Check continuity between each door lock/unlock switch terminals.
I Power window main switch (Door lock/unlock switch LH)
SEL196W
I Door lock/unlock switch RH
SEL197W
OK or NG
OK
©
Check the following.
I Ground circuit for door lock/unlock switch
I Harness for open or short between door lock/unlock switch and smart entrance control
unit connector
NG
©
Replace door lock/unlock switch.
EL-254
POWER DOOR LOCK
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
FRONT DOOR KEY CYLINDER SWITCH CHECK
1
=NFEL0193S06
CHECK DOOR KEY CYLINDER SWITCH INPUT SIGNAL (LOCK/UNLOCK SIGNAL)
GI
With CONSULT-II
Check front door key cylinder switch (“KEY CYL LK-SW”/“KEY CYL UN-SW”) in “DATA MONITOR” mode with CONSULTII.
MA
EM
LC
EC
SEL342W
Without CONSULT-II
Check voltage between smart entrance control unit harness connector M143 terminals 10 (OR/L) or 11 (OR/B) and
ground.
FE
CL
MT
AT
AX
SEL013Y
SU
Refer to wiring diagram in EL-245.
OK or NG
OK
©
Door key cylinder switch is OK.
NG
©
GO TO 2.
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
EL-255
POWER DOOR LOCK
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
2
CHECK DOOR KEY CYLINDER SWITCH
1. Disconnect door key cylinder switch harness connector.
2. Check continuity between door key cylinder switch terminals.
SEL034X
OK or NG
OK
©
Check the following.
I Door key cylinder switch ground circuit
I Harness for open or short between smart entrance control unit and door key cylinder
switch
NG
©
Replace door key cylinder switch.
EL-256
POWER DOOR LOCK
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
DOOR LOCK ACTUATOR CHECK
=NFEL0193S08
1
CHECK DOOR LOCK ACTUATOR OPERATION
GI
1.
2.
3.
4.
With CONSULT-II
Select “ACTIVE TEST” in “DOOR LOCK” with CONSULT-II.
Select “ALL D/LK MTR” and touch “ON”.
Then, select “DR D/UN MTR” and touch “ON”.
Select “NON DR D/UN” and touch “ON”.
MA
EM
LC
EC
FE
SEL343W
NOTE:
If CONSULT-II is not available, skip this procedure and go to the next step.
OK or NG
OK
©
Door lock actuator is OK.
NG
©
GO TO 2.
CL
MT
AT
AX
SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
EL-257
POWER DOOR LOCK
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
2
CHECK DOOR LOCK ACTUATOR CIRCUIT
I Door lock actuator front LH
Check voltage between smart entrance control unit harness connector M145 terminal 54 (GY), 55 (W/B) and ground.
SEL014Y
I Door lock actuator front RH and rear
Chcek voltage between smart entrance control unit harness connector M145 terminal 54 (GY), 56 (G/Y) and ground.
SEL015Y
Refer to wiring diagram in EL-244.
OK or NG
OK
©
GO TO 3.
NG
©
Replace smart entrance control unit. (Before replacing the control unit, perform “DOOR
LOCK/UNLOCK SWITCH CHECK”.)
3
CHECK DOOR LOCK ACTUATOR
1. Disconnect door lock actuator harness connector.
2. Apply 12V direct current to door lock actuator and check operation.
SEL222W
OK or NG
OK
©
Check harness for open or short between smart entrance control unit connector and door
lock actuator.
NG
©
Replace door lock actuator.
EL-258
MULTI-REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM
Component Parts and Harness Connector Location
Component Parts and Harness Connector
Location
NFEL0111
GI
MA
EM
LC
EC
FE
CL
MT
AT
AX
SU
SEL054Y
System Description
INPUTS
NFEL0194
BR
ST
NFEL0194S01
Power is supplied at all times
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 49 and
I to key switch terminal 2
I through 10A fuse [No. 13, located in the fuse block (J/B)].
When the key switch is ON (ignition key is inserted in key cylinder), power is supplied
I through key switch terminal 1
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 25.
When the front door switch LH is ON (door is OPEN), ground is supplied
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 1
I through front door switch LH terminal 2
I to front door switch LH terminal 3
I through body grounds B7 and B12 (without rear sunshade) or B46 (with rear sunshade).
When the front door switch RH is ON (door is OPEN), ground is supplied
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 2
I through front door switch RH terminal 2, and
I to front door switch RH terminal 3
I through body grounds B127 and B106.
When the rear door switches are ON (door is OPEN), ground is supplied
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MULTI-REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM
System Description (Cont’d)
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 3
I through rear door switches terminal 1
I to rear door switchs case grounds.
When lock/unlock switch LH is LOCK, ground is supplied
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 5
I through lock/unlock switch LH terminal 18, and
I through body grounds M9, M25 and M87.
When lock/unlock switch LH is UNLOCK, ground is supplied
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 4
I through lock/unlock switch LH terminal 17, and
I through body grounds M9, M25 and M87.
Remote controller signal is inputted to smart entrance control unit (The antenna of the system is combined
with smart entrance control unit).
The multi-remote control system controls operation of the
I power door lock
I trunk lid opener
I interior lamp
I panic alarm
I hazard and horn reminder
OPERATED PROCEDURE
Power Door Lock Operation
NFEL0194S02
NFEL0194S0201
Smart entrance control unit receives a LOCK signal from remote controller. Smart entrance control unit locks
all doors with input of LOCK signal from remote controller.
When an UNLOCK signal is sent from remote controller once, driver’s door will be unlocked.
Then, if an UNLOCK signal is sent from remote controller again within 5 seconds, all other door will be
unlocked.
Hazard and Horn Reminder
NFEL0194S0202
Power is supplied at all times
I to vehicle security horn relay-1 terminals 1 and 3, and
I to vehicle security horn relay-2 terminal 1
I through 10A fuse [No. 61, located in the fuse block (J/B)], and
I to horn relay terminal 2
I through 10A fuse (No. 57, located in the fusible link and fuse box)
When smart entrance control unit receives LOCK or UNLOCK signal from remote controller with all doors
closed, ground is supplied
I to vehicle security horn relay-2 terminal 2
I through smart entrance control unit terminal 42
Vehicle security horn relay-2 is then energized
I to horn relay terminal 1, and
I to vehicle security horn relay-1 terminal 2
I through vehicle security horn relay-2 terminals 5 and 3, and
I through body ground E11, E22 and E53
I to smart entrance control unit terminals 47 and 48 from hazard warning lamp system.
Vehicle security horn relay-1 and horn relay are now energized, and hazard warning lamp flashes and horn
sounds as a reminder.
The hazard and horn reminder has C mode (horn chirp mode) and S mode (non-horn chirp mode).
Operating function of hazard and horn reminder
C mode (Horn chirp mode)
Lock
S mode (Non-horn chirp mode)
Hazard warning lamp
flash
Horn sound
Hazard warning lamp
flash
Horn sound
Twice
Once
Twice
—
EL-260
MULTI-REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM
System Description (Cont’d)
C mode (Horn chirp mode)
S mode (Non-horn chirp mode)
Hazard warning lamp
flash
Horn sound
Hazard warning lamp
flash
Horn sound
Once
—
—
—
Unlock
GI
MA
How to change hazard and horn reminder mode
With CONSULT-II
Hazard and horn reminder can be changed using “WORK SUPPORT” mode in “MULTI REMOTE ENT”.
Without CONSULT-II
When LOCK and UNLOCK signals are sent from the remote controller for more than 2 seconds at the same
time, the hazard and horn reminder mode is changed and hazard warning lamp flashes and horn sounds as
follows:
EM
LC
EC
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Interior Lamp Operation
NFEL0194S0203
When the following input signals are both supplied:
I door switch CLOSED (when all the doors are closed);
I driver’s door LOCKED;
multi-remote control system turns on interior lamp and key hole illumination (for 30 seconds) with input of
UNLOCK signal from remote controller.
For detailed description, refer to “INTERIOR, STEP, SPOT, VANITY MIRROR AND TRUNK ROOM LAMPS”
(EL-86).
Panic Alarm Operation
AX
SU
BR
NFEL0194S0204
When key switch is OFF (when ignition key is not inserted in key cylinder), multi-remote control system turns
on and off horn and headlamp intermittently with input of PANIC ALARM signal from remote controller.
The alarm automatically turns off after 25 seconds or when smart entrance control unit receives any signal
from multi-remote controller.
For detailed description, refer to “VEHICLE SECURITY SYSTEM” (EL-289).
Trunk Lid Opener Operation
NFEL0194S0205
Power is supplied at all times
I through 15A fuse [No. 3, located in the fuse block (J/B)]
I to trunk lid opener actuator terminal 2.
When a TRUNK OPEN signal is sent with key OFF (ignition key removed from key cylinder) from remote
controller, ground is supplied
I to trunk lid opener actuator terminal 1
I through smart entrance control unit terminal 63.
Then power and ground are supplied, trunk lid opener actuator opens trunk lid.
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EL-261
MULTI-REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM
Schematic
Schematic
NFEL0171
MEL071N
EL-262
MULTI-REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM
Wiring Diagram — MULTI —
Wiring Diagram — MULTI —
FIG. 1
NFEL0114
NFEL0114S01
GI
MA
EM
LC
EC
FE
CL
MT
AT
AX
SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
MEL072N
EL-263
MULTI-REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM
Wiring Diagram — MULTI — (Cont’d)
FIG. 2
NFEL0114S02
MEL073N
EL-264
MULTI-REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM
Wiring Diagram — MULTI — (Cont’d)
FIG. 3
NFEL0114S05
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LC
EC
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CL
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SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
MEL074N
EL-265
MULTI-REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM
Wiring Diagram — MULTI — (Cont’d)
SEL981X
EL-266
MULTI-REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM
CONSULT-II Inspection Procedure
CONSULT-II Inspection Procedure
“MULTI REMOTE ENT”
1.
2.
NFEL0241
NFEL0241S01
Turn ignition switch “OFF”.
Connect “CONSULT-II” to the data link connector.
GI
MA
EM
LC
SEF289X
3.
4.
Turn ignition switch “ON”.
Touch “START”.
EC
FE
CL
MT
PBR455D
5.
Touch “SMART ENTRANCE”.
AT
AX
SU
BR
SEL941W
6.
Touch “MULTI REMOTE ENT”.
ST
RS
BT
HA
SEL273W
7.
Select diagnosis mode.
“DATA MONITOR”, “ACTIVE TEST” and “WORK SUPPORT”
are available.
SC
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SEL274W
EL-267
MULTI-REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM
CONSULT-II Application Items
CONSULT-II Application Items
“MULTI REMOTE ENT”
Data Monitor
NFEL0242
NFEL0242S01
NFEL0242S0101
Monitored Item
Description
IGN ON SW
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of ignition switch in ON position.
DOOR SW-RR
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of rear door switch.
ACC ON SW
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of ignition switch in ACC position.
KEY ON SW
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of key switch.
DOOR SW-DR
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of front door switch LH.
DOOR SW-AS
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of door switch RH.
LOCK SW DR/AS
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of lock signal from lock/unlock switch LH and RH.
UNLK SW DR/AS
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of unlock signal from lock/unlock switch LH and RH.
KEY CYL LK SW
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of lock signal from key cylinder switch.
LK BUTTON/SIG
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of lock signal from remote controller.
UN BUTTON/SIG
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of unlock signal from remote controller.
TRUNK BTN/SIG
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of trunk open signal from remote controller.
PANIC BTN
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of panic signal from remote controller.
LK/UN BTN ON
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of lock/unlock signal at the same time from remote controller.
Active Test
NFEL0242S0102
Test Item
Description
INT/IGN ILLUM
This test is able to check interior lamp and ignition key hole illumination operation. The interior
lamp and ignition key hole illumination are turned on when “ON” on CONSULT-II screen is
touched.
HAZARD
This test is able to check hazard reminder operation. The hazard lamp turns on when “ON” on
CONSULT-II screen is touched.
HORN
This test is able to check panic alarm and horn reminder operations. The alarm activate for 0.5
seconds after “ON” on CONSULT-II screen is touched.
HEAD LAMP
This test is able to check headlamps panic alarm operation. The headlamp illuminates for 0.5
seconds after “ON” on CONSULT-II screen is touched.
TRUNK OUTPUT
This test is able to check trunk lid opener actuator operation. The trunk is unlocked when “ON”
on CONSULT-II screen is touched.
Work Support
NFEL0242S0103
Test Item
Description
REMO CONT ID CONFIR
It can be checked whether remote controller ID code is registered or not in this mode.
REMO CONT ID REGIST
Remote controller ID code can be registered.
REMO CONT ID ERASUE
Remote controller ID code can be erased.
HZRD REM SET
Hazard and horn reminder mode can be changed in this mode. The reminder mode will be
changed when “MODE SET” on CONSULT-II screen is touched.
EL-268
MULTI-REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM
Trouble Diagnoses
Trouble Diagnoses
NFEL0195
SYMPTOM CHART
NFEL0195S01
NOTE:
I Always check remote controller battery before replacing
remote controller.
I The panic alarm operation and trunk lid opener operation of
multi-remote control system do not activate with the ignition
key inserted in the ignition key cylinder.
Symptom
All function of multi-remote control system do not
operate.
Diagnoses/service procedure
Reference
page
(EL- )
1. Remote controller battery and function check
271
2. Power supply and ground circuit for smart entrance control
unit check
272
3. Replace remote controller. Refer to ID Code Entry Procedure. 283
NOTE: If the result of remote controller function check with
CONSULT-II is OK, remote controller is not malfunctioning.
The new ID of remote controller cannot be
entered.
1. Remote controller battery and function check
271
2. Key switch (insert) check
275
3. Door switch check
274
4. Door lock/unlock switch LH check
276
5. Power supply and ground circuit for smart entrance control
unit check
272
6. Replace remote controller. Refer to ID Code Entry Procedure. 283
NOTE: If the result of remote controller function check with
CONSULT-II is OK, remote controller is not malfunctioning.
Door lock or unlock does not function.
(If the power door lock system does not operate
manually, check power door lock system. Refer to
EL-249)
1. Remote controller battery and function check
271
2. Replace remote controller. Refer to ID Code Entry Procedure. 283
NOTE: If the result of remote controller function check with
CONSULT-II is OK, remote controller is not malfunctioning.
Hazard and horn reminder does not activate prop- 1. Remote controller battery and function check
erly when pressing lock or unlock button of remote
2. Hazard reminder check
controller.
271
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EC
FE
CL
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AX
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BR
ST
278
3. Horn reminder check*
*: Horn chirp can be activated or deactivated.
First check the horn chirp setting. Refer to “System
Description”, EL-259.
279
4. Door switch check
274
RS
BT
5. Replace remote controller. Refer to ID Code Entry Procedure. 283
NOTE: If the result of remote controller function check with
CONSULT-II is OK, remote controller is not malfunctioning.
Interior lamp and key hole illumination operation
do not activate properly.
GI
1. Interior lamp operation check
281
2. Key hole illumination operation check
282
3. Door switch check
274
HA
SC
IDX
EL-269
MULTI-REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
Symptom
Panic alarm (horn and headlamp) does not activate when panic alarm button is continuously
pressed.
Diagnoses/service procedure
Reference
page
(EL- )
1. Remote controller battery and function check
271
2. Theft warning operation check. Refer to “PRELIMINARY
CHECK” in “VEHICLE SECURITY SYSTEM”.
304
3. Key switch (insert) check
275
4. Replace remote controller. Refer to ID Code Entry Procedure. 283
NOTE: If the result of remote controller function check with
CONSULT-II is OK, remote controller is not malfunctioning.
Trunk lid does not open when trunk opener button
is continuously pressed.
1. Remote controller battery and function check
271
2. Trunk lid opener actuator check
277
3. Key switch (insert) check
275
4. Replace remote controller. Refer to ID Code Entry Procedure. 283
NOTE: If the result of remote controller function check with
CONSULT-II is OK, remote controller is not malfunctioning.
EL-270
MULTI-REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
REMOTE CONTROLLER BATTERY AND FUNCTION
CHECK
=NFEL0195S02
1
CHECK REMOTE CONTROLLER BATTERY
Remove battery (refer to EL-287) and measure voltage across battery positive and negative terminals, (+) and (−).
Voltage [V]:
2.5 - 3.0
NOTE:
Remote controller does not function if battery is not set correctly.
GI
MA
EM
LC
EC
FE
SEL237W
CL
OK or NG
OK
©
GO TO 2.
NG
©
Replace battery.
MT
AT
2
CHECK REMOTE CONTROLLER FUNCTION
With CONSULT-II
Check remote controller function (“LK BUTTON/SIG”, “UN BUTTON/SIG”, “TRUNK BTN/SIG”, “PANIC BTN”, “UN BUTTON ON” and “LK/UN BTN ON”) in “DATA MONITOR” mode with CONSULT-II.
AX
SU
BR
ST
RS
SEL023Y
OK or NG
OK
©
Remote controller is OK. Further inspection is necessary. Refer to “SYMPTOM CHART”,
EL-269.
NG
©
Replace remote controller. Refer to ID Code Entry Procedure.
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HA
SC
IDX
EL-271
MULTI-REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
POWER SUPPLY AND GROUND CIRCUIT CHECK =NFEL0195S03
1
CHECK MAIN POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT FOR SMART ENTRANCE CONTROL UNIT
1. Disconnect smart entrance control unit harness connector.
2. Check voltage between smart entrance control unit harness connector M145 terminal 49 (R/B) or 51 (W/R) and ground.
SEL018Y
Refer to wiring diagram in EL-263.
OK or NG
OK
©
GO TO 2.
NG
©
Check the following.
I 40A fusible link (letter i, located in fuse and fusible link box)
I 10A fuse [No. 13, located in fuse block (J/B)]
I E90 circuit breaker
I Harness for open or short between smart entrance control unit and fuse
2
CHECK IGNITION SWITCH “ACC” CIRCUIT
1. Disconnect smart entrance control unit harness connector.
2. Check voltage between smart entrance control unit harness connector M144 terminal 26 (PU) and ground while ignition
switch is “ACC”.
SEL019Y
Refer to wiring diagram in EL-263.
OK or NG
OK
©
GO TO 3.
NG
©
Check the following.
I 10A fuse [No. 1, located in fuse block (J/B)]
I Harness for open or short between smart entrance control unit and fuse
EL-272
MULTI-REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
3
CHECK GROUND CIRCUIT FOR SMART ENTRANCE CONTROL UNIT
Check continuity between smart entrance control unit harness connector M144 terminal 43 (B) or M145 terminal 64 (B)
and ground.
GI
MA
EM
LC
SEL020Y
EC
Refer to wiring diagram in EL-263.
OK or NG
OK
©
Power supply and ground circuits are OK.
NG
©
Check ground harness.
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CL
MT
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SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
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IDX
EL-273
MULTI-REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
DOOR SWITCH CHECK
1
=NFEL0195S04
CHECK DOOR SWITCH INPUT SIGNAL
With CONSULT-II
Check door switches (“DOOR SW-RR”, “DOOR SW-DR” and “DOOR SW-AS”) in “DATA MONITOR” mode with CONSULT-II.
SEL024Y
Without CONSULT-II
Check voltage between smart entrance control unit harness connector terminals 1 (SB), 2 (R/L) or 3 (R/W) and ground.
SEL021Y
Refer to wiring diagram in EL-264.
OK or NG
OK
©
Door switch is OK.
NG
©
GO TO 2.
2
CHECK DOOR SWITCH
1. Disconnect door switch harness connector.
2. Check continuity between door switch terminals.
SEL192W
OK or NG
OK
©
Check the following.
I Door switch ground circuit or door switch ground condition
I Harness for open or short between smart entrance control unit and door switch
NG
©
Replace door switch.
EL-274
MULTI-REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
KEY SWITCH (INSERT) CHECK
1
=NFEL0195S05
CHECK KEY SWITCH INPUT SIGNAL
GI
With CONSULT-II
Check key switch (“KEY ON SW”) in “DATA MONITOR” mode with CONSULT-II.
MA
EM
LC
EC
SEL315W
FE
Without CONSULT-II
Check voltage between control unit harness connector M144 terminal 25 (B/R) and ground.
Refer to wiring diagram in EL-263.
CL
MT
AT
AX
SEL022Y
OK or NG
OK
©
Key switch is OK.
NG
©
GO TO 2.
2
SU
BR
ST
CHECK KEY SWITCH (INSERT)
Check continuity between key switch terminals 1 and 2.
RS
BT
HA
SC
SEL194W
OK or NG
OK
NG
©
©
Check the following.
I 10A fuse [No. 13, located in fuse block (J/B)]
I Harness for open or short between key switch and fuse
I Harness for open or short between smart entrance control unit and key switch
Replace key switch.
EL-275
IDX
MULTI-REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
DOOR LOCK/UNLOCK SWITCH LH CHECK
1
=NFEL0195S06
CHECK DOOR LOCK/UNLOCK SWITCH INPUT SIGNAL
With CONSULT-II
Check door lock/unlock switch (“LOCK SW DR/AS”/“UNLK SW DR/AS”) in “DATA MONITOR” mode with CONSULT-II.
SEL341W
Without CONSULT-II
1. Disconnect smart entrance control unit harness connector.
2. Check continuity between smart entrance control unit harness connector M143 terminal 4 (BR/Y) or 5 (GY) and ground.
SEL025Y
Refer to wiring diagram in EL-263.
OK or NG
OK
©
Door lock/unlock switch is OK.
NG
©
GO TO 2.
2
CHECK DOOR LOCK/UNLOCK SWITCH
1. Disconnect door lock/unlock switch harness connector.
2. Check continuity between door lock/unlock switch LH terminals.
SEL196W
OK or NG
OK
©
Check the following.
I Ground circuit for door lock/unlock switch
I Harness for open or short between door lock/unlock switch and smart entrance control
unit connector
NG
©
Replace door lock/unlock switch.
EL-276
MULTI-REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
TRUNK LID OPENER ACTUATOR CHECK
1
=NFEL0195S12
CHECK TRUNK LID OPENER
GI
Check trunk lid opener operation with trunk lid opener switch.
NOTE: First check trunk lid opener cancel lever position.
MA
Does trunk lid open?
Yes
©
GO TO 2.
No
©
Check trunk lid opener actuator and the circuit.
2
EM
LC
CHECK TRUNK LID OPENER ACTUATOR OPERATION
With CONSULT-II
1. Select “ACTIVE TEST” in “MULTI REMOTE ENT” with CONSULT-II.
2. Select “TRUNK OUTPUT” and touch “ON”.
EC
FE
CL
MT
SEL345W
AT
NOTE: If CONSULT-II is not available, skip this procedure and go to the next step.
AX
OK or NG
OK
©
Trunk lid opener actuator circuit is OK.
NG
©
Check harness for open or short between smart entrance control unit and trunk lid
opener actuator.
3
SU
BR
CHECK TRUNK LID OPENER ACTUATOR CIRCUIT
Without CONSULT-II
1. Disconnect smart entrance control unit harness connector.
2. Apply ground to smart entrance control unit harness connector M145 terminal 63 (L).
ST
RS
BT
HA
SEL026Y
SC
Refer to wiring diagram in EL-265.
Does trunk lid open?
Yes
©
Replace smart entrance control unit.
No
©
Check harness for open or short between smart entrance control unit and trunk lid
opener actuator.
EL-277
IDX
MULTI-REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
HAZARD REMINDER CHECK
1
=NFEL0195S08
CHECK HAZARD INDICATOR
Check if hazard indicator flashes with hazard switch.
Does hazard indicator operate?
Yes
©
GO TO 2.
No
©
Check “hazard indicator” circuit.
2
CHECK HAZARD REMINDER OPERATION WITH CONSULT-II
With CONSULT-II
1. Select “ACTIVE TEST” in “MULTI REMOTE ENT” with CONSULT-II.
2. Select “HAZARD” and touch “ON”.
SEL347W
NOTE: If CONSULT-II is not available, skip this procedure and go to the next step.
OK or NG
OK
©
Hazard reminder operation is OK.
NG
©
Replace smart entrance control unit.
3
CHECK HAZARD REMINDER OPERATION WITHOUT CONSULT-II
Without CONSULT-II
Apply ground to smart entrance control unit harness connector M144 terminal 47 (G/B) and 48 (G/Y).
SEL027Y
Refer to wiring diagram in EL-265.
OK or NG
OK
©
System is OK.
NG
©
Replace smart entrance control unit.
EL-278
MULTI-REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
HORN REMINDER CHECK
1
=NFEL0195S09
CHECK HORN
GI
Check if horn sounds with horn switch.
Does horn operate?
Yes
©
GO TO 2.
No
©
Check horn circuit.
2
MA
EM
CHECK HORN REMINDER OPERATION WITH CONSULT-II
LC
With CONSULT-II
1. Select “ACTIVE TEST” in “MULTI REMOTE ENT” with CONSULT-II.
2. Select “MULTI REM HRN” and touch “ON”.
EC
FE
CL
MT
SEL348W
NOTE: If CONSULT-II is not available, skip this procedure and go to the next step.
AT
OK or NG
OK
©
Horn reminder operation is OK.
NG
©
GO TO 4.
AX
SU
3
CHECK HORN REMINDER OPERATION WITHOUT CONSULT-II
BR
Without CONSULT-II
1. Disconnect smart entrance control unit harness connector.
2. Apply ground to smart entrance control unit harness connector M144 terminal 42 (BR/Y).
ST
RS
BT
HA
SEL028Y
Refer to wiring diagram in EL-265.
SC
Does horn sound?
Yes
©
Replace smart entrance control unit.
No
©
GO TO 4.
IDX
EL-279
MULTI-REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
4
CHECK VEHICLE SECURITY HORN RELAY-2
Check vehicle security horn relay-2.
OK or NG
OK
©
GO TO 5.
NG
©
Replace vehicle security horn relay-2.
5
CHECK POWER SUPPLY FOR VEHICLE SECURITY HORN RELAY-2
1. Disconnect vehicle security horn relay-2 harness connector.
2. Check voltage between vehicle security horn relay-2 harness connector E63 terminal 1 (G/R) and ground.
SEL031Y
Does battery voltage exist?
Yes
©
GO TO 6.
No
©
Check the following.
I 10A fuse [No. 61, located in fuse block (J/B)]
I Harness for open or short between vehicle security horn relay-2 and fuse
6
CHECK VEHICLE SECURITY HORN RELAY-2
1. Disconnect vehicle security horn relay-2 harness connector.
2. Check voltage between vehicle security horn relay-2 harness connector E63 terminals 5 (G) and 3 (B).
SEL032Y
OK or NG
OK
©
Check harness for open or short between smart entrance control unit and vehicle security horn relay-2.
NG
©
Check the
I Harness
I Harness
I Harness
following.
for open or short between vehicle security horn relay-2 and fuse
for open or short between horn relay and vehicle security horn relay-2
for open or short between vehicle security horn relay-2 and body grounds
EL-280
MULTI-REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
INTERIOR LAMP OPERATION CHECK
1
=NFEL0195S10
CHECK INTERIOR LAMP
GI
Check if the interior lamp switch is in the “ON” position and the lamp illuminates.
Does interior lamp illuminate?
MA
Yes
©
GO TO 2.
No
©
Check the following.
I Harness for open or short between smart entrance control unit and interior lamp
I Interior lamp
EM
LC
2
CHECK INTERIOR LAMP OPERATION
With CONSULT-II
1. Select “ACTIVE TEST” in “MULTI REMOTE ENT” with CONSULT-II.
2. Select “INT/IGN ILLUM” and touch “ON”.
EC
FE
CL
MT
AT
SEL349W
AX
Without CONSULT-II
Push unlock button of remote controller with all doors closed and driver’s door locked, and check voltage between smart
entrance control unit harness connector M144 terminal 31 (R/Y) and ground.
SU
BR
ST
RS
SEL029Y
Refer to wiring diagram in EL-263.
BT
OK or NG
HA
OK
©
System is OK.
NG
©
Check harness open or short between smart entrance control unit and interior lamp.
SC
IDX
EL-281
MULTI-REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
KEY HOLE ILLUMINATION OPERATION CHECK
1
NFEL0195S13
CHECK KEY HOLE ILLUMINATION OPERATION
With CONSULT-II
1. Select “ACTIVE TEST” IN “MULTI REMOTE ENT” with CONSULT-II.
2. Select “INT/IGN ILLUM” and touch “ON”.
SEL350W
Without CONSULT-II
Push unlock button of remote controller with all doors closed and driver’s door locked, and check voltage between smart
entrance control unit harness connector M144 terminal 30 (R/Y) and ground.
SEL030Y
Refer to wiring diagram in EL-263.
OK or NG
OK
©
System is OK.
NG
©
Check the following.
I Harness for open or short between smart entrance control unit and key hole illumination.
I Key hole illumination
EL-282
MULTI-REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM
ID Code Entry Procedure
ID Code Entry Procedure
=NFEL0117
REMOTE CONTROLLER ID SET UP WITH CONSULT-II
NFEL0117S01
NOTE:
If a remote controller is lost, the ID code of the lost remote
controller must be erased to prevent unauthorized use. When
the ID code of a lost remote controller is not known, all controller ID codes should be erased. After all ID codes are
erased, the ID codes of all remaining and/or new remote controllers must be re-registered.
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2.
Turn ignition switch “OFF”.
Connect “CONSULT-II” to the data link connector.
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4.
Turn ignition switch “ON”.
Touch “START”.
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Touch “SMART ENTRANCE”.
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6.
Touch “MULTI REMOTE ENT”.
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EL-283
MULTI-REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM
ID Code Entry Procedure (Cont’d)
7.
Touch “WORK SUPPORT”.
SEL274W
8.
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The items are shown on the figure at left can be set up.
“REMO CONT ID CONFIR”
Use this mode to confirm if a remote controller ID code is registered or not.
I “REMO CONT ID REGIST”
Use this mode to register a remote controller ID code.
NOTE:
Register the ID code when remote controller or smart entrance
control unit is replaced, or when additional remote controller
is required.
I “REMO CONT ID ERASUR”
Use this mode to erase a remote controller ID code.
I “HZRD REM SET”
Use this mode to activate or deactivate the hazard and horn
reminder.
EL-284
MULTI-REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM
ID Code Entry Procedure (Cont’d)
REMOTE CONTROLLER ID SET UP WITHOUT
CONSULT-II
NFEL0117S02
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EL-285
MULTI-REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM
ID Code Entry Procedure (Cont’d)
NOTE:
I If a remote controller is lost, the ID code of the lost remote
controller must be erased to prevent unauthorized use. A specific ID code can be erased with CONSULT-II. However, when
the ID code of a lost remote controller is not known, all controller ID codes should be erased. After all ID codes are
erased, the ID codes of all remaining and/or new remote controllers must be re-registered.
To erase all ID codes in memory, register one ID code (remote
controller) four times. After all ID codes are erased, the ID
codes of all remaining and/or new remote controllers must be
re-registered.
I When registering an additional remote controller, the existing
ID codes in memory may or may not be erased. If four ID
codes are stored in memory, when an additional code is
registered, only the oldest code is erased. If less than four ID
codes are stored in memory, when an additional ID code is
registered, the new ID code is added and no ID codes are
erased.
I If you need to activate more than two additional new remote
controllers, repeat the procedure “Additional ID code entry” for
each new remote controller.
I Entry of maximum four ID codes is allowed. When more than
four ID codes are entered, the oldest ID code will be erased.
I Even if same ID code that is already in the memory is input,
the same ID code can be entered. The code is counted as an
additional code.
EL-286
MULTI-REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM
Remote Controller Battery Replacement
Remote Controller Battery Replacement
NFEL0118
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EL-287
VEHICLE SECURITY (THEFT WARNING) SYSTEM
Component Parts and Harness Connector Location
Component Parts and Harness Connector
Location
NFEL0119
SEL188Y
EL-288
VEHICLE SECURITY (THEFT WARNING) SYSTEM
System Description
System Description
DESCRIPTION
1. Operation Flow
NFEL0263
NFEL0263S01
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2. Setting The Vehicle Security System
NFEL0263S0102
Initial condition
1) Ignition switch is in OFF position.
Disarmed phase
When the vehicle security system is in the disarmed phase, the security indicator lamp blinks every 2.6 seconds.
Pre-armed phase and armed phase
When the following operation 1) or 2) is performed, the vehicle security system turns into the “pre-armed”
phase. (The security indicator lamp illuminates.)
1) Smart entrance control unit receives LOCK signal from key cylinder switch or multi-remote controller after
hood, trunk lid and all doors are closed.
2) Hood, trunk lid and all doors are closed after front doors are locked by key, lock/unlock switch or multiremote controller.
After about 30 seconds, the system automatically shifts into the “armed” phase (the system is set). (The
security indicator lamp blinks every 2.6 seconds.)
3. Canceling The Set Vehicle Security System
NFEL0263S0103
When the following 1) or 2) operation is performed, the armed phase is canceled.
1) Unlock the doors with the key or multi-remote controller.
2) Open the trunk lid with the key or multi-remote controller.
4. Activating The Alarm Operation of The Vehicle Security System
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Make sure the system is in the armed phase. (The security indicator lamp blinks every 2.6 seconds.)
When the following operation 1) or 2) is performed, the system sounds the horns and flashes the headlamps
for about 50 seconds.
1) Engine hood, trunk lid or any door is opened during armed phase.
2) Disconnecting and connecting the battery connector before canceling armed phase.
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POWER SUPPLY AND GROUND
IDX
NFEL0263S02
Power is supplied at all times
I through 10A fuse [No. 12, located in the fuse block (J/B)]
I to security indicator lamp terminal 4.
Power is supplied at all times
EL-289
VEHICLE SECURITY (THEFT WARNING) SYSTEM
System Description (Cont’d)
I through 10A fuse [No. 13, located in the fuse block (J/B)]
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 49.
With the ignition switch in the ON or START position, power is supplied
I through 10A fuse [No. 10, located in the fuse block (J/B)]
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 27.
With the ignition switch in the ACC or ON position, power is supplied
I through 10A fuse [No. 1, located in the fuse block (J/B)]
I to smart entrance control unit terminal 26.
Ground is supplied
I to smart entrance control unit terminals 43 and 64
I through body grounds M9, M25 and M87.
INITIAL CONDITION TO ACTIVATE THE SYSTEM
NFEL0263S03
The operation of the vehicle security system is controlled by the doors, hood and trunk lid.
Pattern A
NFEL0263S0301
To activate the vehicle security system, the smart entrance control unit must receive signals indicating the
doors, hood and trunk lid are closed.
When a door is open, smart entrance control unit terminal 1, 2 or 3 receives a ground signal from each door
switch.
When the hood is open, smart entrance control unit terminal 6 receives a ground signal
I from terminal 1 of the hood switch
I through body grounds E11, E22 and E53.
When the trunk lid is open, smart entrance control unit terminal 13 receives a ground signal
I from terminal 1 of the trunk room lamp switch
I through body grounds T6 and T8.
When smart entrance control unit receives LOCK signal from key cylinder switch or multi-remote controller and
none of the described conditions exist, the vehicle security system will automatically shift to armed mode.
Pattern B
NFEL0263S0302
To activate the vehicle security system, the smart entrance control unit must receive signal indicating any door
(including hood and trunk lid) is opened.
When the front doors are locked with key, lock/unlock switch or multi-remote controller and then all doors are
closed, the vehicle security system will automatically shift to armed mode.
VEHICLE SECURITY SYSTEM ACTIVATION
Pattern A
NFEL0263S04
NFEL0263S0401
With all doors (including hood and trunk lid) close if the key is used to lock doors, terminal 11 receives a ground
signal
I from terminal 3 of the key cylinder switch LH
I through body grounds M9, M25 and M87.
If this signal, or lock signal from remote controller is received by the smart entrance control unit, the vehicle
security system will activate automatically.
NOTE:
Vehicle security system can be set even though all doors are not locked.
Pattern B
NFEL0263S0402
With any door (including hood and trunk lid) open if lock/unlock switch is used to lock doors, terminal 5 receives
a ground signal
I from terminal 6 of lock/unlock switch LH, or
I from terminal 8 of lock/unlock switch RH
I through body grounds M9, M25 and M87, or
With any door (including hood and trunk lid) open if the key is used to lock doors, terminal 11 receives a ground
signal
I from terminal 3 of the key cylinder switch LH
I through body grounds M9, M25 and M87.
EL-290
VEHICLE SECURITY (THEFT WARNING) SYSTEM
System Description (Cont’d)
If these signals and lock signal from remote controller are received by the smart entrance control unit, ground
signals of terminals 1, 2 and 3 are interrupted and all doors are closed, the vehicle security system will activate automatically.
NOTE:
Vehicle security system can be set even though the rear door is not locked.
Once the vehicle security system has been activated, smart entrance control unit terminal 38 supplies ground
to terminal 2 of the security indicator lamp.
The security lamp will illuminate for approximately 30 seconds and then blinks every 2.6 seconds.
Now the vehicle security system is in armed phase.
VEHICLE SECURITY SYSTEM ALARM OPERATION
NFEL0263S05
The vehicle security system is triggered by
I opening a door
I opening the hood or the trunk lid
I detection of battery disconnect and connect.
Once the vehicle security system is in armed phase, if the smart entrance control unit receives a ground signal at terminal 1, 2, 3 (door switch), 13 (trunk room lamp switch) or 6 (hood switch), the vehicle security system will be triggered. The headlamps flash and the horn sounds intermittently.
Power is supplied at all times
I through 10A fuse (No, 61 located in fuse and fusible link box)
I to vehicle security horn relay-1 terminals 1 and 3, and
I to vehicle security horn relay-2 terminal 1
I through 10A fuse (No. 57, located in fuse and fusible link box)
I to horn relay terminal 2.
Without xenon headlamp
Power is also supplied at all times
I through 15A fuse (No. 68, located in fuse and fusible link box)
I to headlamp relay LH terminals 1 and 5,
I through 15A fuse (No. 69, located in fuse and fusible link box)
I to headlamp relay RH terminals 1 and 5.
With xenon headlamp
Power is also supplied at all times
I through 15A fuse (No. 68, located in fuse and fusible link box)
I to headlamp relay LH terminal 3,
I through 20A fuse (No. 54, located in fuse and fusible link box)
I to headlamp relay LH terminals 1 and 6,
I through 15A fuse (No. 69, located in fuse and fusible link box)
I to headlamp relay RH terminal 3, and
I through 20A fuse (No. 55, located in fuse and fusible link box)
I to headlamp relay RH terminals 1 and 6.
When the vehicle security system is triggered, ground is supplied intermittently
I to headlamp LH relay terminal 2 from smart entrance control unit terminal 21 and
I to headlamp RH relay terminal 2 from smart entrance control unit terminal 59
I through smart entrance control unit terminals 43 and 64.
When headlamp relays (LH and RH) are energized and then power is supplied to headlamps (LH and RH).
The headlamps flash intermittently.
When the vehicle security system is triggered, ground is supplied intermittently
I from smart entrance control unit terminal 42
I to vehicle security horn relay-2 terminal 2.
When vehicle security horn relay-2 is energized, ground is supplied intermittently
I to vehicle security horn relay-1 terminal 2, and
I to horn relay terminal 1.
EL-291
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VEHICLE SECURITY (THEFT WARNING) SYSTEM
System Description (Cont’d)
When vehicle security horn relay-1 and horn relay are energized, then power is supplied to vehicle security
horn and horn.
The horn sounds intermittently.
The alarm automatically turns off after 50 seconds but will reactivate if the vehicle is tampered with again.
VEHICLE SECURITY SYSTEM DEACTIVATION
NFEL0263S06
To deactivate the vehicle security system, a door or trunk lid must be unlocked with the key or remote controller.
When the key is used to unlock the door, smart entrance control unit terminal 10 receives a ground signal
I from terminal 1 of the LH key cylinder switch.
When the key is used to open the trunk lid, smart entrance control unit terminal 12 receives a ground signal
from terminal 1 of the trunk lid key cylinder switch.
When the smart entrance control unit receives either one of these signals or unlock signal from remote
controller, the vehicle security system is deactivated. (Disarmed phase)
PANIC ALARM OPERATION
NFEL0263S07
Multi-remote control system may or may not operate vehicle security system (horn and headlamps) as
required.
When the multi-remote control system (panic alarm) is triggered, ground is supplied intermittently
I from smart entrance control unit terminal 42
I to vehicle security horn relay-2 terminal 2,
I from smart entrance control unit terminal 21
I to headlamp LH relay terminal 2 and
I from smart entrance control unit terminal 59
I to headlamp RH relay terminal 2
The headlamp flashes and the horn sounds intermittently.
The alarm automatically turns off after 25 seconds or when smart entrance control unit receives any signal
from multi-remote controller.
EL-292
VEHICLE SECURITY (THEFT WARNING) SYSTEM
System Description (Cont’d)
NOTE:
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EL-293
VEHICLE SECURITY (THEFT WARNING) SYSTEM
Schematic
Schematic
NFEL0121
MEL075N
EL-294
VEHICLE SECURITY (THEFT WARNING) SYSTEM
Schematic (Cont’d)
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EL-295
VEHICLE SECURITY (THEFT WARNING) SYSTEM
Wiring Diagram — VEHSEC —
Wiring Diagram — VEHSEC —
FIG. 1
NFEL0122
NFEL0122S01
MEL077N
EL-296
VEHICLE SECURITY (THEFT WARNING) SYSTEM
Wiring Diagram — VEHSEC — (Cont’d)
FIG. 2
NFEL0122S02
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MEL078N
EL-297
VEHICLE SECURITY (THEFT WARNING) SYSTEM
Wiring Diagram — VEHSEC — (Cont’d)
FIG. 3
NFEL0122S03
MEL079N
EL-298
VEHICLE SECURITY (THEFT WARNING) SYSTEM
Wiring Diagram — VEHSEC — (Cont’d)
FIG. 4
NFEL0122S04
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EL-299
VEHICLE SECURITY (THEFT WARNING) SYSTEM
Wiring Diagram — VEHSEC — (Cont’d)
FIG. 5
NFEL0122S07
MEL081N
EL-300
VEHICLE SECURITY (THEFT WARNING) SYSTEM
Wiring Diagram — VEHSEC — (Cont’d)
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EL-301
VEHICLE SECURITY (THEFT WARNING) SYSTEM
CONSULT-II Inspection Procedure
CONSULT-II Inspection Procedure
“THEFT WAR ALM”
=NFEL0244
NFEL0244S01
1.
2.
Turn ignition switch “OFF”.
Connect “CONSULT-II” to the data link connector.
3.
4.
Turn ignition switch “ON”.
Touch “START”.
5.
Touch “SMART ENTRANCE”.
6.
Touch “THEFT WAR ALM”.
7.
Select diagnosis mode.
“DATA MONITOR”, “ACTIVE TEST” and “WORK SUPPORT”
are available.
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EL-302
VEHICLE SECURITY (THEFT WARNING) SYSTEM
CONSULT-II Application Item
CONSULT-II Application Item
“THEFT WAR ALM”
Data Monitor
NFEL0245
NFEL0245S01
Monitored Item
Description
IGN ON SW
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of ignition switch.
ACC ON SW
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of ignition switch in ACC position.
KEY CYL LK SW
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of lock signal from key cylinder switch.
KEY CYL UN SW
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of unlock signal from key cylinder switch.
DOOR SW-RR
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of rear door switch.
DOOR SW-DR
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of front door switch LH.
DOOR SW-AS
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of front door switch RH.
TRUNK SW
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of trunk switch.
TRUNK KEY SW
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of trunk key cylinder switch.
HOOD SWITCH
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of hood switch.
LOCK SW DR/AS
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of lock signal from door lock/unlock switch LH and RH.
UNLK SW DR/AS
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of unlock signal from door lock/unlock LH and RH.
LK BUTTON/SIG
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of lock signal from remote controller.
UN BUTTON/SIG
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of unlock signal from remote controller.
TRUNK BTN/SIG
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of trunk open signal from remote controller.
Active Test
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NFEL0245S0102
Test Item
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Description
THEFT IND
This test is able to check security indicator lamp operation. The lamp will be turned on when
“ON” on CONSULT-II screen is touched.
HORN
This test is able to check vehicle security alarm operation. The alarm will be activated for 0.5
seconds after “ON” on CONSULT-II screen is touched.
HEADLAMP
This test is able to check vehicle security alarm headlamp operation. The headlamp illuminates for 0.5 seconds after “ON” on CONSULT-II screen is touched.
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NFEL0245S0103
Test Item
THEFT ALM TRG
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NFEL0245S0101
Description
The switch which triggered theft warning alarm is recorded. This mode is able to confirm and
erase the record of theft waning alarm. The trigger data can be erased by touching “CLEAR”
on CONSULT-II screen.
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EL-303
VEHICLE SECURITY (THEFT WARNING) SYSTEM
Trouble Diagnoses
Trouble Diagnoses
PRELIMINARY CHECK
=NFEL0123
NFEL0123S01
The system operation is canceled by turning ignition switch to
“ACC” at any step between START and ARMED in the following
flow chart.
SEL254WA
For details of “Pattern A” and “Pattern B” about vehicle security
(theft warning) system setting, refer to EL-289.
*: Refer to EL-349.
After performing preliminary check, go to symptom chart on
next page.
EL-304
VEHICLE SECURITY (THEFT WARNING) SYSTEM
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
X
Lock/unlock switch
X
Multi-remote control
X
4
*1 Vehicle security
system does not
alarm when ...
Vehicle security
alarm does not
activate.
Vehicle security
system cannot
be set by ....
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One of the door is
opened
Horn or headlamp
alarm
Vehicle security
system cannot be
canceled by ....
3
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Check “MULTI-REMOTE CONTROL” system.
Door outside key
317
VEHICLE SECURITY HORN AND HEADLAMP ALARM CHECK
X
316
DOOR LOCK/UNLOCK SWITCH CHECK
X
315
TRUNK LID KEY CYLINDER SWITCH CHECK
All items
313
NFEL0123S02
DOOR KEY CYLINDER SWITCH CHECK
X
Vehicle security indicator does not
illuminate for 30 seconds.
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307
X
SYMPTOM
1
306
SECURITY INDICATOR LAMP CHECK
304
POWER SUPPLY AND GROUND CIRCUIT CHECK
)
PRELIMINARY CHECK
REFERENCE PAGE (EL-
DOOR, HOOD AND TRUNK ROOM LAMP SWITCH CHECK
SYMPTOM CHART
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Door outside key
X
Trunk lid key
X
Multi-remote control
X
X
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X
X
X : Applicable
*1: Make sure the system is in the armed phase.
IDX
Before starting trouble diagnoses above, perform preliminary
check, EL-304.
Symptom numbers in the symptom chart correspond with those of
preliminary check.
EL-305
VEHICLE SECURITY (THEFT WARNING) SYSTEM
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
POWER SUPPLY AND GROUND CIRCUIT CHECK NFEL0123S03
Power Supply Circuit Check
NFEL0123S0301
1.
2.
Disconnect smart entrance control unit harness connector.
Check voltage between smart entrance control unit harness
connector M144 terminals 26 (PU), 27 (G), M145 terminal 49
(R/B) and ground.
SEL033Y
Ground Circuit Check
1.
2.
NFEL0123S0302
Disconnect smart entrance control unit harness connector.
Check continuity between smart entrance control unit harness
connector M144 terminal 43 (B), M145 terminal 64 (B) and
ground.
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EL-306
VEHICLE SECURITY (THEFT WARNING) SYSTEM
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
DOOR, HOOD AND TRUNK ROOM LAMP SWITCH
CHECK
=NFEL0123S04
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Door Switch Check
NFEL0123S0401
1
PRELIMINARY CHECK
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1. Turn ignition switch OFF and remove key from ignition key cylinder.
“SECURITY” indicator lamp should blink every 2.6 seconds.
2. Close all doors, hood and trunk lid.
3. Lock doors with multi-remote controller from inside the vehicle.
“SECURITY” indicator lamp should turn on for 30 seconds.
4. Unlock any door with the door lock knob and open the door within 30 seconds after door is locked.
“SECURITY” indicator lamp should turn off.
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OK or NG
OK
©
Door switch is OK, and go to hood switch check.
NG
©
GO TO 2.
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CHECK DOOR SWITCH INPUT SIGNAL
With CONSULT-II
Check door switches (“DOOR SW-RR”, “DOOR SW-DR” and “DOOR SW-AS”) in “DATA MONITOR” mode with CONSULT-II.
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Without CONSULT-II
Check voltage between smart entrance control unit harness connector M143 terminals 1 (SB), 2 (R/L) or 3 (R/W) and
ground.
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Refer to wiring diagram in EL-297.
OK or NG
OK
©
Door switch is OK, and go to hood switch check.
NG
©
GO TO 3.
IDX
EL-307
VEHICLE SECURITY (THEFT WARNING) SYSTEM
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
3
CHECK DOOR SWITCH
1. Disconnect door switch connector.
2. Check continuity between door switch terminals.
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OK or NG
OK
©
Check the following.
I Door switch ground circuit or door switch ground condition
I Harness for open or short between smart entrance control unit and door switch
NG
©
Replace door switch.
EL-308
VEHICLE SECURITY (THEFT WARNING) SYSTEM
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
Hood Switch Check
1
=NFEL0123S0402
PRELIMINARY CHECK
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1. Turn ignition switch OFF and remove key from ignition key cylinder.
“SECURITY” indicator lamp should blink every 2.6 seconds.
2. Close all doors, hood and trunk lid.
3. Lock doors with multi-remote controller from inside the vehicle.
“SECURITY” indicator lamp should turn on for 30 seconds.
4. Unlock hood with hood opener within 30 seconds after door is locked.
“SECURITY” indicator lamp should turn off.
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OK or NG
OK
©
Hood switch is OK, and go to trunk room lamp switch check.
NG
©
GO TO 2.
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CHECK HOOD SWITCH FITTING CONDITION
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OK or NG
OK
©
GO TO 3.
NG
©
Adjust installation of hood switch or hood.
3
CL
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CHECK HOOD SWITCH INPUT SIGNAL
With CONSULT-II
Check hood switch (“HOOD SWITCH”) in “DATA MONITOR” mode with CONSULT-II.
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Without CONSULT-II
Check voltage between smart entrance control unit harness connector M143 terminal 6 (Y/B) and ground.
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Refer to wiring diagram in EL-296.
OK or NG
OK
©
Hood switch is OK, and go to trunk room lamp switch check.
NG
©
GO TO 4.
EL-309
IDX
VEHICLE SECURITY (THEFT WARNING) SYSTEM
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
4
CHECK HOOD SWITCH
1. Disconnect hood switch connector.
2. Check continuity between hood switch terminals 1 and 2.
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OK or NG
OK
©
Check the following.
I Hood switch ground circuit
I Harness for open or short between smart entrance control unit and hood switch
NG
©
Replace hood switch.
EL-310
VEHICLE SECURITY (THEFT WARNING) SYSTEM
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
Trunk Room Lamp Switch Check
1
=NFEL0123S0403
PRELIMINARY CHECK
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1. Turn ignition switch OFF and remove key from ignition key cylinder.
“SECURITY” indicator lamp should blink every 2.6 seconds.
2. Close all doors, hood and trunk lid.
3. Lock doors with multi-remote controller from inside the vehicle.
“SECURITY” indicator lamp should turn on for 30 seconds.
4. Open trunk lid with trunk lid opener switch (on driver side door trim) within 30 seconds after door is locked.
“SECURITY” indicator lamp should turn off.
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OK or NG
OK
©
Trunk room lamp switch is OK.
NG
©
GO TO 2.
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CHECK TRUNK ROOM LAMP SWITCH INPUT SIGNAL
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With CONSULT-II
Check trunk room lamp switch (“TRUNK SW”), in “DATA MONITOR” mode with CONSULT-II.
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Without CONSULT-II
Check voltage between smart entrance control unit harness connector M143 terminal 13 (PU/Y) and ground.
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Refer to wiring diagram in EL-296.
OK or NG
OK
©
Trunk room lamp switch is OK.
NG
©
GO TO 3.
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EL-311
VEHICLE SECURITY (THEFT WARNING) SYSTEM
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
3
CHECK TRUNK ROOM LAMP SWITCH
1. Disconnect trunk room lamp switch connector.
2. Check continuity between trunk room lamp switch terminals 1 and 2.
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OK or NG
OK
©
Check the following.
I Trunk room lamp switch ground circuit
I Harness for open or short between smart entrance control unit and trunk room lamp
switch
NG
©
Replace trunk room lamp switch.
EL-312
VEHICLE SECURITY (THEFT WARNING) SYSTEM
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
SECURITY INDICATOR LAMP CHECK
1
=NFEL0123S05
CHECK INDICATOR LAMP OPERATION
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1. Select “ACTIVE TEST” in “THEFT WAR ALM” with CONSULT-II.
2. Select “THEFT IND” and touch “ON”.
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SEL356W
Without CONSULT-II
1. Disconnect smart entrance control unit harness connector.
2. Check voltage between smart entrance control unit harness connector M144 terminal 38 (G/OR) and ground.
FE
CL
MT
AT
AX
SEL037Y
SU
Refer to wiring diagram in EL-296.
OK or NG
OK
©
Security indicator lamp is OK.
NG
©
GO TO 2.
2
BR
ST
CHECK INDICATOR LAMP
RS
OK or NG
OK
©
GO TO 3.
NG
©
Replace indicator lamp.
BT
HA
SC
IDX
EL-313
VEHICLE SECURITY (THEFT WARNING) SYSTEM
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
3
CHECK POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT FOR INDICATOR LAMP
1. Disconnect security lamp connector.
2. Check voltage between indicator lamp terminal 4 and ground.
SEL244W
Does battery voltage exist?
Yes
©
Check harness for open or short between security indicator lamp and smart entrance
control unit.
No
©
Check the following.
I 10A fuse [No. 12, located in fuse block (J/B)]
I Harness for open or short between security indicator lamp and fuse
EL-314
VEHICLE SECURITY (THEFT WARNING) SYSTEM
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
DOOR KEY CYLINDER SWITCH CHECK
1
=NFEL0123S07
CHECK DOOR KEY CYLINDER SWITCH INPUT SIGNAL (LOCK/UNLOCK SIGNAL)
GI
With CONSULT-II
Check front door key cylinder switch (“KEY CYL LK-SW”/“KEY CYL UN-SW”) in “DATA MONITOR” mode with CONSULTII.
MA
EM
LC
EC
SEL342W
Without CONSULT-II
Check voltage between smart entrance control unit harness connector M143 terminal 10 (OR/L) or 11 (OR/B) and ground.
FE
CL
MT
AT
AX
SEL038Y
Refer to wiring diagram in EL-298.
SU
OK or NG
OK
©
Door key cylinder switch is OK.
NG
©
GO TO 2.
BR
ST
2
CHECK DOOR KEY CYLINDER SWITCH
1. Disconnect door key cylinder switch connector.
2. Check continuity between door key cylinder switch connector terminals.
RS
BT
HA
SC
SEL034X
OK or NG
OK
©
Check the following.
I Door key cylinder switch ground circuit
I Harness for open or short between smart entrance control unit and door key cylinder
switch
NG
©
Replace door key cylinder switch.
EL-315
IDX
VEHICLE SECURITY (THEFT WARNING) SYSTEM
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
TRUNK LID KEY CYLINDER SWITCH CHECK
1
=NFEL0123S08
CHECK TRUNK LID KEY CYLINDER SWITCH INPUT SIGNAL (UNLOCK SIGNAL)
With CONSULT-II
Check trunk lid key cylinder switch (“TRUNK KEY SW”) in “DATA MONITOR” mode with CONSULT-II.
SEL358W
Without CONSULT-II
Check voltage between smart entrance control unit harness connector M143 terminal 12 (G/B) and ground.
SEL039Y
Refer to wiring diagram in EL-298.
OK or NG
OK
©
Trunk lid key cylinder switch is OK.
NG
©
GO TO 2.
2
CHECK TRUNK LID KEY CYLINDER SWITCH
1. Disconnect trunk lid key cylinder switch connector.
2. Check continuity between trunk lid key cylinder switch terminals.
SEL248W
OK or NG
OK
©
Check the following.
I Trunk lid key cylinder switch ground circuit
I Harness for open or short between smart entrance control unit and trunk lid key cylinder switch
NG
©
Replace trunk lid key cylinder switch.
EL-316
VEHICLE SECURITY (THEFT WARNING) SYSTEM
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
DOOR LOCK/UNLOCK SWITCH CHECK
1
NFEL0123S13
CHECK DOOR LOCK/UNLOCK SWITCH INPUT SIGNAL
GI
With CONSULT-II
Check door lock/unlock switch (“LOCK SW DR/AS”/“UNLK SW DR/AS”) in “DATA MONITOR” mode with CONSULT-II.
MA
EM
LC
EC
SEL341W
Without CONSULT-II
1. Disconnect smart entrance control unit harness connector.
2. Check continuity between smart entrance control unit harness connector M143 terminal 4 (BR/Y) or 5 (GY) and ground.
FE
CL
MT
AT
AX
SEL040Y
Refer to wiring diagram in EL-296.
SU
OK or NG
OK
©
Door lock/unlock switch is OK.
NG
©
GO TO 2.
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
EL-317
VEHICLE SECURITY (THEFT WARNING) SYSTEM
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
2
CHECK DOOR LOCK/UNLOCK SWITCH
1. Disconnect door lock/unlock switch harness connector.
2. Check continuity between each door lock/unlock switch terminals.
I Power window main switch (Door lock/unlock switch LH)
SEL196W
I Door lock/unlock switch RH
SEL197W
OK or NG
OK
©
Check the following.
I Ground circuit for door lock/unlock switch
I Harness for open or short between door lock/unlock switch and smart entrance control
unit
NG
©
Replace door lock/unlock switch.
EL-318
VEHICLE SECURITY (THEFT WARNING) SYSTEM
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
VEHICLE SECURITY HORN AND HEADLAMP ALARM
CHECK
=NFEL0123S09
1
CHECK VEHICLE SECURITY HORN AND HEADLAMP ALARM OPERATION WITH CONSULT-II
With CONSULT-II
1. Select “ACTIVE TEST” in “THEFT WAR ALM” with CONSULT-II.
2. Select “HORN” and touch “ON”.
GI
MA
EM
LC
EC
FE
SEL041Y
3. Select “HEADLAMP” and touch “ON”.
CL
MT
AT
AX
SEL042Y
NOTE:
If CONSULT-II is not available, skip this procedure and go to the nest step.
OK or NG
OK
©
Vehicle security horn and headlamp alarm operation are OK.
NG
©
GO TO 3.
SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
EL-319
VEHICLE SECURITY (THEFT WARNING) SYSTEM
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
2
CHECK VEHICLE SECURITY HORN AND HEADLAMP ALARM OPERATION WITHOUT CONSULT-II
Without CONSULT-II
1. Disconnect smart entrance control unit harness connector.
2. Apply ground to smart entrance control unit harness connector M144 terminal 42 (BR/Y).
SEL043YA
Refer to wiring diagram in EL-299.
3. Apply ground to smart entrance control unit harness connector M143 and M145 terminal 21 (P) and 59 (P).
SEL198Y
Refer to wiring diagram in EL-300.
OK or NG
OK
©
Horn and headlamp alarm is OK.
NG
©
GO TO 3.
3
CHECK VEHICLE SECURITY HORN RELAYS
Check vehicle security horn relay-1 and relay-2.
OK or NG
OK
©
GO TO 4.
NG
©
Replace.
EL-320
VEHICLE SECURITY (THEFT WARNING) SYSTEM
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
4
CHECK POWER SUPPLY FOR VEHICLE SECURITY HORN RELAYS
1. Disconnect vehicle security horn relay-1 and relay-2 connectors.
2. Check voltage between terminal 1 and ground.
GI
MA
EM
LC
SEL044Y
EC
Does battery voltage exist?
FE
Yes
©
GO TO 5.
No
©
Check the following.
I 10A fuse (No. 57 located in the fuse and fusible link box)
I Harness for open or short between vehicle security horn relays and fuse
5
CL
MT
CHECK VEHICLE SECURITY HORN RELAYS CIRCUIT
1. Disconnect vehicle security horn relay-1 and relay-2 connectors.
2. Check voltage between terminals of each relay.
Battery voltage should exist.
AT
AX
SU
BR
SEL045Y
OK or NG
OK
©
Check harness for open or short between vehicle security horn relay-2 and headlamp
relays.
NG
©
Check the
I Harness
I Harness
I Harness
horn
following.
for open or short between vehicle security horn relay-1 and fuse
for open or short between vehicle security horn relay-1 and relay-2
for open or short between vehicle security horn relay-1 and vehicle security
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
EL-321
SMART ENTRANCE CONTROL UNIT
Description
Description
NFEL0124
OUTLINE
NFEL0124S01
The smart entrance control unit totally controls the following body electrical system operations.
I Headlamp auto light control system
I Warning chime
I Rear defogger and door mirror defogger
I Power door lock
I Multi-remote control system
I Vehicle security system
I Interior lamp
In addition, the following timer operations are controlled by the smart entrance control unit.
I Battery saver control
I Retained power control
BATTERY SAVER CONTROL
NFEL0124S02
Headlamps/Parking Lamps/License Lamps/Tail Lamps/Fog Lamps/Illumination LampsNFEL0124S0201
When the ignition switch is turned OFF from ON (or START) while headlamps illuminate, the headlamps
(including parking, license, tail, fog and illumination lamps) are turned off after 45 seconds which are counted
by the RAP (Retained Accessary Power) signal from the smart entrance control unit terminal 5 to the headlamp battery saver control unit.
The headlamps (including parking, license, tail, fog and illumination lamps) are turned off when the driver or
passenger side door is opened even if 45 seconds have not passed after the ignition switch is turned OFF
from ON (or START).
Interior Lamp/Trunk Room Lamp/Spot Lamp/Vanity Mirror Illumination
NFEL0124S0202
The lamps turn off automatically when the interior lamp, trunk room lamp, spot lamp or/and vanity mirror illumination are illuminated with the ignition key in the OFF position, if the lamp remains lit by the door switch
open signal or if the lamp switch is in the ON position for more than 10 minutes.
After lamps are turned off by the battery saver system, the lamps illuminate again when:
I Driver’s door is locked or unlocked with remote controller, door lock/unlock switch or door key cylinder.
I Ignition switch is turned to ON.
I Door is opened or closed,
I Key is inserted into ignition key cylinder.
I Trunk lid is opened
Rear Window Defogger/Door Mirror Defogger
NFEL0124S0203
Rear window defogger and door mirror defogger are turned off in approximately 15 minutes after the rear window defogger switch is turned on.
RETAINED POWER CONTROL
NFEL0124S03
When the ignition switch is turned to OFF (or ACC) position from ON or START position, the following systems can be operated for 45 seconds by the RAP signal from the smart entrance control unit terminal 46.
I Electric sunroof
I Power window
The retained power operation is canceled when the driver or passenger side door is opened.
INPUT/OUTPUT
System
Power door lock
NFEL0124S04
Input
Door lock and unlock switch LH and RH
Key switch (Insert)
Door switches
Door key cylinder switches
EL-322
Output
Door lock actuator
SMART ENTRANCE CONTROL UNIT
Description (Cont’d)
System
Input
Output
Key switch (Insert)
Ignition switch (ACC)
Door switches
Remote controller signal
Door lock/unlock switch LH
Horn relay
Vehicle security horn relay-1
Vehicle security horn relay-2
Hazard warning lamp
Interior lamp
Ignition key hole illumination
Door lock actuator
Trunk lid opener actuator
Warning chime
Key switch (Insert)
Ignition switch (ON)
Lighting switch (1st)
Seat belt switch
Front door switch LH
Warning chime (located in smart entrance
control unit)
Rear window defogger and
door mirror defogger
Ignition switch (ON)
Rear window defogger switch
Rear window defogger relay
Vehicle security
Ignition switch (ACC, ON)
Door switches
Hood switch
Trunk room lamp switch
Door lock/unlock switches
Door key cylinder switches (lock/unlock)
Trunk lid key cylinder switch (unlock)
Vehicle security horn relay-2
Headlamp relay
Security indicator
Door switches
Remote controller signal (lock/unlock)
Door lock/unlock switches (lock/unlock)
Door key cylinder switch (lock/unlock)
Ignition switch (ON)
Key switch (Insert)
Interior lamp
Key hole illumination
Step lamp
Door indicator
Ignition switch (ON)
Front door switches
Lighting switches
Headlamps
Parking lamps
Licence lamps
Tail lamps
Fog lamps
Illumination lamps
Multi-remote control
Interior lamp
Battery saver control for
headlamps/parking lamps/
licence lamps/tail lamps/fog
lamps/illumination lamps
GI
MA
EM
LC
EC
FE
MT
Interior lamp
Step lamp
Spot lamp
Vanity mirror illumination
Battery saver control for inteIgnition switch (ON)
rior lamp/trunk room lamp/spot Front door switches
lamp/vanity mirror illumination Lamp switches
CL
Battery saver control for rear
window defogger and door
mirror defogger
Ignition switch (ON)
Rear window defogger switch
Rear window defogger relay
Retained power control for
electric sunroof
Ignition switch (ON)
Front door switches
Power window relay
Retained power control for
power window
Ignition switch (ON)
Front door switches
Power window relay
AT
AX
SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
EL-323
SMART ENTRANCE CONTROL UNIT
CONSULT-II
CONSULT-II
=NFEL0247
DIAGNOSTIC ITEMS APPLICATION
Item (CONSULT-II
screen terms)
Diagnosed system
DATA MONITOR
ACTIVE TEST
DOOR LOCK
Power door lock
X
X
REAR DEFOGGER
Rear window defogger
X
X
KEY WARN ALM
Warning chime
X
X
LIGHT WARN ALM
Warning chime
X
X
SEAT BELT ALM
Warning chime
X
X
INT LAMP
Interior lamps
X
X
BATTERY SAVER
Battery saver control for
interior lamp
X
X
THEFT WAR ALM
Vehicle security system
X
X
RETAINED PWR
Retained power control
X
X
MULTI REMOTE ENT
Multi-remote control
system
X
X
HEAD LAMP
Headlamp
X
X
NFEL0247S01
WORK SUPPORT
X
X
X: Applicable
For diagnostic item in each control system, refer to the relevant pages for each system.
DIAGNOSTIC ITEM DESCRIPTION
NFEL0247S02
MODE
Description
DATA MONITOR
Input/output data in the smart entrance control unit can be read.
ACTIVE TEST
Diagnostic Test Mode in which CONSULT-II drives some systems apart from the smart entrance control unit.
WORK SUPPORT for THEFT WAR ALM
The recorded trigger signal when vehicle security system was
activated can be checked.
WORK SUPPORT for MULTI REMOTE ENT
ID code of multi-remote controller can be registered and erased.
EL-324
SMART ENTRANCE CONTROL UNIT
CONSULT-II (Cont’d)
CONSULT-II INSPECTION PROCEDURE
1.
2.
=NFEL0247S03
Turn the ignition switch “OFF”.
Connect “CONSULT-II” to the data link connector.
GI
MA
EM
LC
SEF289X
3.
4.
Turn ignition switch “ON”.
Touch “START”.
EC
FE
CL
MT
PBR455D
5.
Touch “SMART ENTRANCE”.
AT
AX
SU
BR
SEL941W
6.
Perform each diagnostic item according to “DIAGNOSTIC
ITEMS APPLICATION”. Refer to EL-324.
ST
RS
BT
HA
SEL273W
SC
IDX
EL-325
SMART ENTRANCE CONTROL UNIT
Schematic
Schematic
NFEL0125
MEL082N
EL-326
SMART ENTRANCE CONTROL UNIT
Schematic (Cont’d)
GI
MA
EM
LC
EC
FE
CL
MT
AT
AX
SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
MEL083N
EL-327
SMART ENTRANCE CONTROL UNIT
Smart Entrance Control Unit Inspection Table
Smart Entrance Control Unit Inspection Table
NFEL0262
Voltage
(Approximate values)
Terminal
No.
Wire
color
1
SB
Driver door switch
OFF (Closed) , ON (Open)
5V , 0V
2
R/L
Passenger door switch
OFF (Closed) , ON (Open)
5V , 0V
3
R/W
Rear door switch
OFF (Closed) , ON (Open)
5V , 0V
4
BR/Y
Door lock & unlock switches
Neutral , Unlocks
5V , 0V
5
GY
Door lock & unlock switches
Neutral , Locks
5V , 0V
6
Y/B
Hood switch
ON (Open) , OFF (Closed)
0V , 12V
7
R
Auto light sensor (Signal)
Ignition switch
ON position
8
W/G
Auto light sensor (GND)
9
BR/W
Auto light sensor (Power)
Ignition switch (OFF , ON)
0V , 5V
10
OR/L
Door key cylinder unlock
switch
OFF (Neutral) , ON (Locked)
5V , 0V
11
OR/B
Door key cylinder lock switch
OFF (Neutral) , ON (Locked)
5V , 0V
12
G/B
Trunk lid key cylinder switch
OFF (Neutral) , ON (Unlock)
5V , 0V
13
PU/Y
Trunk room lamp switch
ON (Open) , OFF (Closed)
0V , 12V
14
G/W
Rear window defogger switch
OFF , ON (Only when pushed)
5V , 0V
16
L
Trunk and fuel lid opener
switch
OFF , ON (Only when pulled)
12V , 0V
19
Y/B
Connections
Tail lamp relay (Output)
Operated condition
Headlamps illuminate by auto light
control.
(Operate , Not operate)
—
Ignition switch
(with lighting
switch 1ST or
2ND)
—
More than 45
seconds after
ignition switch is
turned to OFF
position
12V
Within 45 seconds after ignition switch is
turned to OFF
position
0V
OFF position
ON or START position
Headlamps illuminate by auto light control. (Operate
, Not operate)
20
SB
Tail lamp switch
Light switch (OFF , 1ST or 2ND position)
EL-328
5V , 1V
0V
Less than 1.5V ,
12V
12V , 0V
SMART ENTRANCE CONTROL UNIT
Smart Entrance Control Unit Inspection Table (Cont’d)
Terminal
No.
21
Wire
color
P
Connections
Headlamp LH relay
Voltage
(Approximate values)
Operated condition
Ignition switch
(with lighting
switch OFF or
1ST)
GI
More than 45
seconds after
ignition switch is
turned to OFF
position
12V
Within 45 seconds after ignition switch is
turned to OFF
position
0V
LC
0V
EC
EM
OFF position
ON or START position
Headlamps illuminate by auto light control.
MA
0V
Except PASS or 2ND position
12V
PASS or 2ND position
0V
FE
Lighting switch
22
L
Headlamp switch
Headlamps illuminate by auto light control. (Operate
, Not operate)
Lighting switch (Except AUTO ,
AUTO position)
Less than 1.5V ,
12V
23
L/Y
Headlamp switch
Ignition switch
“ON” position
25
B/R
Ignition key switch (Insert)
Key inserted , Key removed from IGN key cylinder
26
PU
Ignition switch (ACC)
“ACC” position
12V
27
G
Ignition switch (ON)
Ignition key is in “ON” position
12V
28
OR
Seat belt buckle switch
Unfastened , Fastened (Ignition key is in “ON” position)
0V , 12V
12V , 0V
12V , 0V
12V , 0V
30
R/Y
Ignition keyhole illumination
31
R/Y
Interior lamp
When doors are locked using remote controller
(Lamp switch in “DOOR” position)
32
R/W
Front step lamp
Any door switch
37
G/R
Rear window defogger relay
OFF , ON (Ignition key is in “ON” position)
12V , 0V
38
G/OR
Security indicator
Goes off , Illuminates
12V , 0V
42
BR/Y
Vehicle Security horn relay
When panic alarm is operated using remote controller (ON , OFF)
12V , 0V
43
B
46
PU
Power window relay
Retained power operation is operated (ON , OFF)
12V , 0V
47
G/B
LH turn signal lamp
When door lock or unlock is operated using remote
controller (ON , OFF)
12V , 0V
48
G/Y
RH turn signal lamp
When door lock or unlock is operated using remote
controller (ON , OFF)
12V , 0V
49
R/B
Power source (Fuse)
50
R/G
Battery saver (Interior lamp)
51
W/R
Power source (PTC)
54
GY
Door lock actuators
Door lock & unlock switch (Free , Lock)
0V , 12V
55
W/B
Driver door lock actuator
Door lock & unlock switch (Free , Unlock)
0V , 12V
Ground
—
—
Battery saver operates , Does not operate (ON
,OFF)
—
EL-329
MT
AT
AX
SU
When doors are unlocked using remote controller
(OFF , Unlock)
ON (Open) , OFF (Closed)
CL
BR
12V
0V , 12V
ST
RS
BT
—
HA
SC
12V
12V , 0V
12V
IDX
SMART ENTRANCE CONTROL UNIT
Smart Entrance Control Unit Inspection Table (Cont’d)
Terminal
No.
Wire
color
56
GY
57
Y/B
Connections
Passenger and rear doors
lock actuator
Tail lamp relay
Voltage
(Approximate values)
Operated condition
Door lock & unlock switch (Free , Unlock)
Ignition switch
(with lighting
switch 1ST or
2ND)
More than 45
seconds after
ignition switch is
turned to OFF
position
12V
Within 45 seconds after ignition switch is
turned to OFF
position
0V
OFF position
ON or START position
Headlamps illuminate by auto light control. (Operate
, Not operate)
58
59
SB
P
Tail lamp switch
Headlamp RH relay
Lighting switch OFF or AUTO , 1ST or 2ND
Ignition switch
(with lighting
switch OFF or
1ST)
0V , 12V
0V
Less than 1.5V,
12V
12V , 0V
More than 45
seconds after
ignition switch is
turned to OFF
position
12V
Within 45 seconds after ignition switch is
turned to OFF
position
0V
OFF
ON or START position
Headlamps illuminate by auto light control.
(Operate , Not operate)
0V
Less than 1.5V ,
12V
Except PASS or 2ND position
12V
PASS or 2ND position
0V
Lighting switch
60
L
Headlamp switch
63
L
Trunk lid opener actuator
64
B
Ground
Headlamps illuminate by auto light control. (Operate
, Not operate)
0V , 12V
When trunk lid opener actuator is operated using
remote controller. (ON , OFF)
0V , 12V
—
EL-330
—
INTEGRATED HOMELINK TRANSMITTER
Wiring Diagram — TRNSMT —
Wiring Diagram — TRNSMT —
NFEL0127
GI
MA
EM
LC
EC
FE
CL
MT
AT
AX
SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
MEL084N
HA
SC
IDX
SEL983X
EL-331
INTEGRATED HOMELINK TRANSMITTER
Trouble Diagnoses
Trouble Diagnoses
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE
NFEL0128
NFEL0128S01
SYMPTOM: Transmitter does not activate receiver.
Before conducting the procedure given below, make sure that system receiver (garage door opener, etc.) operates with original,
hand-held transmitter. If NG, receiver or hand-held transmitter is at
fault, not vehicle related.
1
PRELIMINARY CHECK
1. Turn ignition switch “OFF”.
2. Does red light (LED) of transmitter illuminate when any button is pressed?
SEL442U
Yes or No
Yes
©
GO TO 2.
No
©
GO TO 3.
2
CHECK TRANSMITTER FUNCTION
Check transmitter with Tool.
For details, refer to Technical Service Bulletin.
OK or NG
OK
©
Receiver or handheld transmitter fault, not vehicle related.
NG
©
Replace transmitter with sun visor assembly.
3
CHECK POWER SUPPLY
1. Disconnect transmitter connector.
2. Turn ignition switch “OFF”.
3. Check voltage between terminal 1 and body ground. (Within 10 minutes after turn ignition switch “OFF”.)
SEL367W
OK or NG
OK
©
GO TO 4.
NG
©
Check fuse (10A) and repair harness.
EL-332
INTEGRATED HOMELINK TRANSMITTER
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
4
CHECK GROUND CIRCUIT
Check continuity between terminal 2 and ground.
GI
MA
EM
LC
SEL368W
EC
OK or NG
OK
©
Replace transmitter with sun visor assembly.
NG
©
Repair harness.
FE
CL
MT
AT
AX
SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
EL-333
NVIS (NISSAN VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM — NATS)
Component Parts and Harness Connetor Location
Component Parts and Harness Connetor
Location
NFEL0172
SEL301W
NOTE:
If customer reports a “No Start” condition, request ALL KEYS be brought to the Dealer in case of a
NATS malfunction.
EL-334
NVIS (NISSAN VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM — NATS)
System Description
System Description
=NFEL0173
NVIS (Nissan Vehicle Immobilizer System-NATS) has the following immobilizer functions:
I Since only NVIS (NATS) ignition keys, whose ID nos. have been registered into the ECM and IMMU of
NVIS (NATS), allow the engine to run, operation of a stolen vehicle without an NVIS (NATS) registered
key is prevented by NVIS (NATS).
That is to say, NVIS (NATS) will immobilize the engine if someone tries to start it without the registered
key of NVIS (NATS).
I All of the originally supplied ignition key IDs have been NVIS (NATS) registered.
If requested by the vehicle owner, a maximum of five key IDs can be registered into the NVIS (NATS)
components.
I The security indicator blinks when the ignition switch is in “OFF” or “ACC” position. Therefore, NVIS (NATS)
warns outsiders that the vehicle is equipped with the anti-theft system.
I When NVIS (NATS) detects trouble, the security indicator lamp lights up while ignition key is in the “ON”
position.
I NVIS (NATS) trouble diagnoses, system initialization and additional registration of other NVIS (NATS)
ignition key IDs must be carried out using CONSULT-II hardware and CONSULT-II NVIS (NATS) software.
Regarding the procedures of NVIS (NATS) initialization and NVIS (NATS) ignition key ID registration, refer
to CONSULT-II operation manual, IVIS/NVIS.
I When servicing a malfunction of the NVIS (indicated by lighting up of Security Indicator Lamp) or
registering another NVIS ignition key ID no., it is necessary to re-register original key identification. Therefore, be sure to receive ALL KEYS from vehicle owner.
System Composition
GI
MA
EM
LC
EC
FE
CL
MT
NFEL0174
The immobilizer function of the NVIS (NATS) consists of the following:
I NVIS (NATS) ignition key
I NVIS (NATS) immobilizer control unit (IMMU) located in the ignition key cylinder
I Engine control module (ECM)
I Security indicator
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EL-335
NVIS (NISSAN VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM — NATS)
Wiring Diagram — NATS —
Wiring Diagram — NATS —
NFEL0175
MEL085N
SEL984X
EL-336
NVIS (NISSAN VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM — NATS)
CONSULT-II
CONSULT-II
NFEL0176
CONSULT-II INSPECTION PROCEDURE
1.
2.
NFEL0176S01
Turn ignition switch OFF.
Connect “CONSULT-II” to Data link connector.
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3.
4.
5.
Insert NVIS (NATS) program card into CONSULT-II.
: Program card
NATS (AEN00A)
Turn ignition switch ON.
Touch “START”.
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PBR455D
6.
Perform each diagnostic test mode according to each service
procedure.
For further information, see the CONSULT-II Operation
Manual, IVIS/NVIS.
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CONSULT-II DIAGNOSTIC TEST MODE FUNCTION NFEL0176S02
CONSULT-II DIAGNOSTIC TEST
MODE
ST
Description
C/U INITIALIZATION
When replacing any of the following three components, C/U initialization is necessary.
[NVIS (NATS) ignition key/IMMU/ECM]
SELF DIAGNOSIS
Detected items (screen terms) are as shown in the chart EL-338.
NOTE:
When any initialization is performed, all ID previously registered will be erased and all NVIS (NATS) ignition keys must be
registered again.
The engine cannot be started with an unregistered key. In this
case, the system will show “DIFFERENCE OF KEY” or “LOCK
MODE” as a self-diagnostic result on the CONSULT-II screen.
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EL-337
NVIS (NISSAN VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM — NATS)
CONSULT-II (Cont’d)
HOW TO READ SELF-DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS
NFEL0176S03
SEL308W
NVIS (NATS) SELF-DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS ITEM
CHART
P No. Code Malfunction is detected when .....
Detected items (NATS program card (Self-diagscreen terms)
nostic result
of “ENGINE”
ECM INT CIRC-IMMU
NATS MALFUNCTION
P1613
The malfunction of ECM internal circuit of IMMU communication line is detected.
NATS MALFUNCTION
P1612
Communication impossible between ECM and IMMU
CHAIN OF ECM-IMMU
DIFFERENCE OF KEY
NATS MALFUNCTION
P1615
IMMU can receive the key ID signal but the result of ID
verification between key ID and IMMU is NG.
NATS MALFUNCTION
P1614
IMMU cannot receive the key ID signal.
CHAIN OF IMMU-KEY
ID DISCORD, IMM-ECM
NATS MALFUNCTION
P1611
The result of ID verification between IMMU and ECM is
NG. System initialization is required.
LOCK MODE
DON’T ERASE BEFORE
CHECKING ENG DIAG
NATS MALFUNCTION
P1610
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NFEL0176S04
Reference page
EL-341
EL-342
EL-346
EL-347
EL-348
When the starting operation is carried out five or more
times consecutively under the following conditions,
NVIS (NATS) will shift the mode to one which prevents
the engine from being started.
I Unregistered ignition key is used.
I IMMU or ECM’s malfunctioning.
EL-351
All engine trouble codes except NVIS (NATS) trouble
code has been detected in ECM.
EL-339
EL-338
NVIS (NISSAN VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM — NATS)
Trouble Diagnoses
Trouble Diagnoses
WORK FLOW
NFEL0177
NFEL0177S01
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EL-339
NVIS (NISSAN VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM — NATS)
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
SYMPTOM MATRIX CHART 1
NFEL0177S02
(Self-diagnosis related item)
SYMPTOM
Displayed “SELF-DIAG
RESULTS” on CONSULT-II screen.
ECM INT CIRC-IMMU
CHAIN OF ECM-IMMU
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE
(Reference page)
PROCEDURE 1
(EL-341)
PROCEDURE 2
(EL-342)
I Security indicator
lighting up*
I Engine hard to start
DIFFERENCE OF KEY
CHAIN OF IMMU-KEY
ID DISCORD, IMMECM
LOCK MODE
I MIL staying ON
I Security indicator
lighting up*
DON’T ERASE
BEFORE CHECKING
ENG DIAG
PROCEDURE 3
(EL-346)
PROCEDURE 4
(EL-347)
PROCEDURE 5
(EL-348)
PROCEDURE 7
(EL-351)
WORK FLOW
(EL-339)
SYSTEM
(Malfunctioning part or
mode)
REFERENCE PART NO.
OF ILLUSTRATION ON
NEXT PAGE
ECM
B
In rare cases, “CHAIN
OF ECM-IMMU” might
be stored during the
key registration
procedure, even if the
system is not malfunctioning.
—
Open circuit in battery
voltage line of IMMU
circuit
C1
Open circuit in ignition
line of IMMU circuit
C2
Open circuit in ground
line of IMMU circuit
C3
Open circuit in communication line between
IMMU and ECM
C4
Short circuit between
IMMU and ECM communication line and battery voltage line
C4
Short circuit between
IMMU and ECM communication line and
ground line
C4
ECM
B
IMMU
A
Unregistered key
D
IMMU
A
Malfunction of key ID
chip
E
IMMU
A
System initialisation has
not yet been completed.
F
ECM
F
LOCK MODE
D
Engine trouble data and
NVIS (NATS) trouble
data have been
detected in ECM
—
*: When NVIS (NATS) detects trouble, the security indicator lights up while ignition key is in the “ON” position.
EL-340
NVIS (NISSAN VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM — NATS)
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
SYMPTOM MATRIX CHART 2
NFEL0177S03
(Non self-diagnosis related item)
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE
(Reference page)
SYMPTOM
SYSTEM
(Malfunctioning part or mode)
MA
Security ind.
PROCEDURE 6
(EL-349)
Security ind. does not light up.
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Open circuit between Fuse and IMMU
EM
Continuation of initialization mode
IMMU
LC
DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEM DIAGRAM
NFEL0177S04
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DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE 1
NFEL0177S06
Self-diagnostic results:
“ECM INT CIRC-IMMU” displayed on CONSULT-II screen
1. Confirm SELF-DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS “ECM INT CIRCIMMU” displayed on CONSULT-II screen. Ref. part No. B.
2. Replace ECM.
3. Perform initialization with CONSULT-II.
For initialization, refer to “CONSULT-II operation manual
IVIS/NVIS”.
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EL-341
NVIS (NISSAN VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM — NATS)
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE 2
=NFEL0177S07
Self-diagnostic results:
“CHAIN OF ECM-IMMU” displayed on CONSULT-II screen
1
CONFIRM SELF-DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS
Confirm SELF-DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS “CHAIN OF ECM-IMMU” displayed on CONSULT-II screen.
NOTE:
In rare cases “CHAIN OF ECM-IMMU” might be stored during the key registration procedure, even if the system is not
malfunctioning.
SEL292W
Is CONSULT-II screen displayed as above?
Yes
©
GO TO 2.
No
©
GO TO SYMPTOM MATRIX CHART 1.
2
CHECK POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT FOR IMMU
1. Disconnect IMMU connector.
2. Check voltage between terminal 8 of IMMU and ground with CONSULT-II or tester.
SEL302W
OK or NG
OK
©
GO TO 3.
NG
©
Check the following
I 15A fuse (No. 59, located in the fuse and fusible link box)
I Harness for open or short between fuse and IMMU connector
Ref. Part No. C1
EL-342
NVIS (NISSAN VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM — NATS)
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
3
CHECK IGN SW. ON SIGNAL
1. Turn ignition switch ON.
2. Check voltage between terminal 7 of IMMU and ground with CONSULT-II or tester.
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OK or NG
FE
OK
©
GO TO 4.
NG
©
Check the following
I 15A fuse [No. 20, located in the fuse block (J/B)]
I Harness for open or short between fuse and IMMU connector
Ref. part No. C2
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CHECK GROUND CIRCUIT FOR IMMU
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1. Turn ignition OFF.
2. Check harness continuity between IMMU terminal 4 and ground.
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OK or NG
OK
©
GO TO 5.
NG
©
Repair harness. Ref. part No. C3
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EL-343
NVIS (NISSAN VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM — NATS)
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
5
CHECK COMMUNICATION LINE OPEN CIRCUIT
1. Disconnect ECM connector.
2. Check harness continuity between ECM terminal 116 and IMMU terminal 1.
SEL305W
OK or NG
OK
©
GO TO 6.
NG
©
Repair harness or connector.
Ref. part No. C4
6
CHECK COMMUNICATION LINE BATTERY SHORT CIRCUIT
1. Turn ignition ON.
2. Check voltage between ECM terminal 116 or IMMU terminal 1 and ground.
SEL306W
OK or NG
OK
©
GO TO 7.
NG
©
Communication line is short-circuited with battery voltage line or ignition switch ON line.
Repair harness or connectors.
Ref. part No. C4
EL-344
NVIS (NISSAN VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM — NATS)
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
7
CHECK COMMUNICATION LINE GROUND SHORT CIRCUIT
1. Turn ignition switch OFF.
2. Check continuity between ECM terminal 116 or IMMU terminal 1 and ground.
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OK or NG
FE
OK
©
GO TO 8.
NG
©
Communication line is short-circuited with ground line.
Repair harness or connectors.
Ref. part No. C4
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SIGNAL FROM ECM TO IMMU CHECK
1. Check the signal between ECM terminal 116 and ground with CONSULT-II or oscilloscope when ignition switch is
turned “ON”.
2. Make sure signals which are shown in the figure below can be detected during 750 msec. just after ignition switch is
turned “ON”.
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OK or NG
OK
NG
©
©
IMMU is malfunctioning.
Replace IMMU. Ref. part No. A
Perform initialization with CONSULT-II.
For the operation of initialization, refer to “CONSULT-II Operation Manual IVIS/NVIS”.
ECM is malfunctioning.
Replace ECM. Ref. part No. B
Perform initialization with CONSULT-II.
For the operation of initialization, refer to “CONSULT-II Operation Manual IVIS/NVIS”.
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EL-345
NVIS (NISSAN VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM — NATS)
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE 3
=NFEL0177S08
Self-diagnostic results:
“DIFFERENCE OF KEY” displayed on CONSULT-II screen
1
CONFIRM SELF-DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS
Confirm SELF-DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS “DIFFERENCE OF KEY” displayed on CONSULT-II screen.
SEL293W
Is CONSULT-II screen displayed as above?
Yes
©
GO TO 2.
No
©
GO TO SYMPTOM MATRIX CHART 1.
2
PERFORM INITIALIZATION WITH CONSULT-II
Perform initialization with CONSULT-II. Re-register all NVIS (NATS) ignition key IDs.
For initialization, refer to “CONSULT-II operation manual IVIS/NVIS”.
SEL297W
NOTE:
If the initialization is not completed or fails, CONSULT-II shows above message on the screen.
Can the system be initialized?
Yes
©
Start engine. (END)
(Ignition key ID was unregistered. Ref. part No. D)
No
©
IMMU is malfunctioning.
Replace IMMU. Ref. part No. A
Perform initialization with CONSULT-II.
For initialization, refer to “CONSULT-II operation manual IVIS/NVIS”.
EL-346
NVIS (NISSAN VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM — NATS)
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE 4
=NFEL0177S09
Self-diagnostic results:
“CHAIN OF IMMU-KEY” displayed on CONSULT-II screen
1
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CONFIRM SELF-DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS
MA
Confirm SELF-DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS “CHAIN OF IMMU-KEY” displayed on CONSULT-II screen.
EM
LC
EC
SEL294W
FE
Is CONSULT-II screen displayed as above?
CL
Yes
©
GO TO 2.
No
©
GO TO SYMPTOM MATRIX CHART 1.
MT
2
CHECK NVIS (NATS) IGNITION KEY ID CHIP
Start engine with another registered NVIS (NATS) ignition key.
AT
Does the engine start?
Yes
No
©
©
Ignition key ID chip is malfunctioning.
Replace the ignition key.
Ref. part No. E
Perform initialization with CONSULT-II.
For initialization, refer to “CONSULT-II operation manual IVIS/NVIS”.
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GO TO 3.
BR
3
CHECK IMMU INSTALLATION
ST
Check IMMU installation.
Refer to “How to Replace IMMU” in EL-352.
OK or NG
OK
NG
©
©
IMMU is malfunctioning.
Replace IMMU. Ref. part No. A
Perform initialization with CONSULT-II.
For initialization, refer to “CONSULT-II operation manual IVIS/NVIS”.
Reinstall IMMU correctly.
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EL-347
NVIS (NISSAN VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM — NATS)
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE 5
=NFEL0177S10
Self-diagnostic results:
“ID DISCORD, IMM-ECM” displayed on CONSULT-II screen
1
CONFIRM SELF-DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS
Confirm SELF-DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS “ID DISCORD, IMM-ECM” displayed on CONSULT-II screen.
SEL298W
NOTE:
“ID DISCORD IMMU-ECM”:
Registered ID of IMMU is in discord with that of ECM.
Is CONSULT-II screen displayed as above?
Yes
©
GO TO 2.
No
©
GO TO SYMPTOM MATRIX CHART 1.
2
PERFORM INITIALIZATION WITH CONSULT-II
Perform initialization with CONSULT-II. Re-register all NVIS (NATS) ignition key IDs.
For initialization, refer to “CONSULT-II operation manual IVIS/NVIS”.
SEL297W
NOTE:
If the initialization is not completed or fails, CONSULT-II shows above message on the screen.
Can the system be initialized?
Yes
©
Start engine. (END)
(System initialization had not been completed. Ref. part No. F)
No
©
ECM is malfunctioning.
Replace ECM. Ref. part No. F
Perform initialization with CONSULT-II.
For initialization, refer to “CONSULT-II operation manual IVIS/NVIS”.
EL-348
NVIS (NISSAN VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM — NATS)
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE 6
=NFEL0177S12
“SECURITY INDICATOR LAMP DOES NOT LIGHT UP”
1
GI
CHECK FUSE
Check 10A fuse [No. 12, located in the fuse block (J/B)].
MA
Is 10A fuse OK?
Yes
©
GO TO 2.
No
©
Replace fuse.
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EM
LC
CHECK SECURITY INDICATOR LAMP
1. Install 10A fuse.
2. Perform initialization with CONSULT-II.
For initialization, refer to “CONSULT-II operation manual IVIS/NVIS”.
3. Turn ignition switch OFF.
4. Start engine and turn ignition switch OFF.
5. Check the security indicator lamp lighting.
Security indicator lamp should be blinking.
EC
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CL
OK or NG
OK
©
INSPECTION END
NG
©
GO TO 3.
3
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CHECK SECURITY INDICATOR LAMP POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT
AT
1. Disconnect security indicator lamp connector.
2. Check voltage between security indicator lamp connector terminal 4 and ground.
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ST
SEL299W
OK or NG
OK
©
GO TO 4.
NG
©
Check harness for open or short between fuse and security indicator lamp.
4
CHECK SECURITY INDICATOR LAMP
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BT
HA
Check security Indicator Lamp.
Is security indicator lamp OK?
Yes
©
GO TO 5.
No
©
Replace security indicator lamp.
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EL-349
NVIS (NISSAN VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM — NATS)
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
5
CHECK IMMU FUNCTION
1. Connect IMMU connector.
2. Disconnect security indicator lamp connector.
3. Check continuity between IMMU terminal 5 and ground.
SEL300W
OK or NG
OK
©
Check harness for open or short between security indicator lamp and IMMU.
NG
©
IMMU is malfunctioning.
Replace IMMU.
Perform initialization with CONSULT-II.
For initialization, refer to “CONSULT-II operation manual IVIS/NVIS”.
EL-350
NVIS (NISSAN VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM — NATS)
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE 7
=NFEL0177S13
Self-diagnostic results:
“LOCK MODE” displayed on CONSULT-II screen
1
GI
CONFIRM SELF-DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS
MA
Confirm SELF-DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS “LOCK MODE” is displayed on CONSULT-II screen.
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LC
EC
SEL295W
FE
Is CONSULT-II screen displayed as above?
CL
Yes
©
GO TO 2.
No
©
GO TO SYMPTOM MATRIX CHART 1.
MT
2
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
ESCAPE FROM LOCK MODE
Turn ignition switch OFF.
Turn ignition switch ON with registered key. (Do not start engine.) Wait 5 seconds.
Return the key to OFF position.
Repeat steps 2 and 3 twice (total of three cycles).
Start the engine.
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Does engine start?
Yes
©
System is OK.
(Now system is escaped from “LOCK MODE”.)
No
©
GO TO 3.
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SU
BR
CHECK IMMU ILLUSTRATION
ST
Check IMMU installation. Refer to “How to Replace IMMU” in EL-352.
OK or NG
OK
©
GO TO 4.
NG
©
Reinstall IMMU correctly.
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EL-351
NVIS (NISSAN VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM — NATS)
Trouble Diagnoses (Cont’d)
4
PERFORM INITIALIZATION WITH CONSULT-II
Perform initialization with CONSULT-II.
For initialization, refer to “CONSULT-II operation manual IVIS/NVIS”.
SEL297W
NOTE:
If the initialization is not completed or fails, CONSULT-II shows the above message on the screen.
Can the system be initialized?
Yes
©
System is OK.
No
©
GO TO DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE 5 to check “CHAIN OF IMMU-KEY”, refer to
EL-347.
How to Replace NVIS (NATS) IMMU
NFEL0178
NOTE:
I If NVIS (NATS) IMMU is not installed correctly, NVIS
(NATS) system will not operate properly and SELF-DIAG
RESULTS on CONSULT-II screen will show “LOCK MODE”
or “CHAIN OF IMMU-KEY”.
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EL-352
ELECTRICAL UNITS LOCATION
Engine Compartment
Engine Compartment
NFEL0129
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MEL099N
EL-353
ELECTRICAL UNITS LOCATION
Passenger Compartment
Passenger Compartment
NFEL0130
MEL100N
EL-354
ELECTRICAL UNITS LOCATION
Passenger Compartment (Cont’d)
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MEL101N
EL-355
ELECTRICAL UNITS LOCATION
Passenger Compartment (Cont’d)
MEL343L
EL-356
HARNESS LAYOUT
How to Read Harness Layout
How to Read Harness Layout
NFEL0131
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The following Harness Layouts use a map style grid to help locate connectors on the drawings:
I Main Harness
I Engine Room Harness (Engine Compartment)
TO USE THE GRID REFERENCE
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
FE
NFEL0131S01
Find the desired connector number on the connector list.
Find the grid reference.
On the drawing, find the crossing of the grid reference letter column and number row.
Find the connector number in the crossing zone.
Follow the line (if used) to the connector.
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CONNECTOR SYMBOL
NFEL0131S02
Main symbols of connector (in Harness Layout) are indicated in the below.
Water proof type
AX
Standard type
Connector type
Male
Female
Female
SU
I Cavity: Less than 4
I Relay connector
BR
I Cavity: From 5 to 8
I Cavity: More than 9
Male
—
—
I Ground terminal etc.
—
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EL-357
HARNESS LAYOUT
Outline
Outline
NFEL0132
MEL353K
NOTE:
For detailed ground distribution information, refer to “Ground Distribution”, “GROUND” EL-18.
EL-358
HARNESS LAYOUT
Outline (Cont’d)
NOTE:
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EL-359
HARNESS LAYOUT
Main Harness
Main Harness
NFEL0133
MEL971N
EL-360
HARNESS LAYOUT
Main Harness (Cont’d)
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MEL972N
EL-361
HARNESS LAYOUT
Main Harness (Cont’d)
MEL973N
EL-362
HARNESS LAYOUT
Main Harness (Cont’d)
NOTE:
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EL-363
HARNESS LAYOUT
Engine Room Harness
Engine Room Harness
NFEL0134
MEL105N
EL-364
HARNESS LAYOUT
Engine Room Harness (Cont’d)
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MEL106N
EL-365
HARNESS LAYOUT
Engine Room Harness (Cont’d)
MEL107N
EL-366
HARNESS LAYOUT
Engine Room Harness (Cont’d)
NOTE:
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EL-367
HARNESS LAYOUT
Engine Control Harness
Engine Control Harness
NFEL0135
MEL108N
EL-368
HARNESS LAYOUT
Engine Control Harness (Cont’d)
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MEL109N
EL-369
HARNESS LAYOUT
Body Harness
Body Harness
NFEL0136
MEL110N
EL-370
HARNESS LAYOUT
Body Harness (Cont’d)
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CL
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ST
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MEL974N
EL-371
HARNESS LAYOUT
Body No. 2 Harness
Body No. 2 Harness
NFEL0137
MEL363K
EL-372
HARNESS LAYOUT
Body No. 2 Harness (Cont’d)
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LC
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CL
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SU
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ST
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BT
HA
SC
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MEL112N
EL-373
HARNESS LAYOUT
Tail Harness
Tail Harness
NFEL0138
MEL113N
EL-374
HARNESS LAYOUT
Room Lamp Harness
Room Lamp Harness
NFEL0140
GI
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EM
LC
EC
FE
CL
MT
AT
AX
SU
MEL114N
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
EL-375
HARNESS LAYOUT
Front Door Harness
Front Door Harness
LH SIDE
NFEL0142
NFEL0142S03
MEL355L
EL-376
HARNESS LAYOUT
Front Door Harness (Cont’d)
RH SIDE
NFEL0142S04
GI
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EM
LC
EC
FE
CL
MT
AT
MEL115N
AX
SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
EL-377
HARNESS LAYOUT
Rear Door Harness
Rear Door Harness
LH SIDE
NFEL0143
NFEL0143S03
MEL368K
EL-378
HARNESS LAYOUT
Rear Door Harness (Cont’d)
RH SIDE
NFEL0143S04
GI
MA
EM
LC
EC
FE
CL
MT
AT
MEL370K
AX
SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
EL-379
NFEL0144
BULB SPECIFICATIONS
Headlamp
Headlamp
Item
NFEL0144S03
Wattage (W)
High/Low
60/55 (HB2)
Exterior Lamp
Item
NFEL0144S01
Wattage (W)
Front fog lamp
35 (H3)
Front turn signal lamp
21
Side turn signal lamp
5
Parking lamp
5
Front side marker lamp
3.8
Turn signal
Rear combination lamp
21
Stop/Tail
21/5
Back-up
13
Rear side marker lamp
3.8
License lamp
5
High-mounted stop lamp (without rear spoiler)
21
Interior Lamp
Item
NFEL0144S02
Wattage (W)
Interior room lamp
8
With sunroof
5
Without sunroof
8
Map lamp
Vanity mirror lamp
8
Trunk room lamp
3.4
EL-380
NFEL0145
WIRING DIAGRAM CODES (CELL CODES)
Use the chart below to find out what each wiring
diagram code stands for.
Refer to the wiring diagram code in the alphabetical
index to find the location (page number) of each
wiring diagram.
Code
Section
Wiring Diagram Name
Code
Section
Wiring Diagram Name
FLS3
EC
Fuel Level Sensor
F/PUMP
EC
Fuel Pump Control
FTS
AT
A/T Fluid Temperature Sensor
FTTS
EC
Fuel Tank Temperature Sensor
FUELLH
EC
Fuel Injection System Function
(Bank 2)
FUELRH
EC
Fuel Injection System Function
(Bank 1)
1STSIG
AT
A/T 1ST Signal
2NDSIG
AT
A/T 2ND Signal
3RDSIG
AT
A/T 3RD Signal
4THSIG
AT
A/T 4TH Signal
AAC/V
EC
IACV-AAC Valve
H/LAMP
EL
Headlamp
ABS
BR
Anti-lock Brake System
HORN
EL
Horn
A/C, A
HA
Auto Air Conditioner
HSEAT
EL
Heated Seat
A/C, M
HA
Manual Air Conditioner
I/MIRR
EL
Inside Mirror (Auto Anti-dazzling
Mirror)
AP/SEN
EC
Absolute Pressure Sensor
IATS
EC
Intake Air Temperature Sensor
ASCD
EL
Automatic Speed Control Device
(ASCD)
IGN/SG
EC
Ignition Signal
AT/C
EC
A/T Communication Line
ILL
EL
Illumination
ATDIAG
EC
A/T Diagnosis Communication
Line
INJECT
EC
Injector
INT/L
EL
Interior, Step, Spot, Vanity Mirror
and Trunk Room Lamps
AT/IND
EL
A/T Indicator Lamp
AUDIO
EL
Audio
KS
EC
Knock Sensor
BACK/L
EL
Back-up Lamp
LAN
AT
A/T Communication Line
BA/FTS
AT
A/T Fluid Temperature Sensor
and TCM Power Supply
LOAD
EC
Electrical Load Signal
LPSV
AT
Line Pressure Solenoid Valve
BYPS/V
EC
Vacuum Cut Valve Bypass Valve
MAFS
EC
Mass Air Flow Sensor
CHARGE
SC
Charging System
CHIME
EL
Warning Chime
MAIN
AT
Main Power Supply and Ground
Circuit
CIGAR
EL
Cigarette Lighter
MAIN
EC
Main Power Supply and Ground
Circuit
CLOCK
EL
Clock
COOL/F
EC
Cooling Fan Control
METER
EL
Speedometer, Tachometer, Temp.,
Oil, and Fuel Gauges
DEF
EL
Rear Window Defogger
MIL/DL
EC
MIL & Data Link Connectors
D/LOCK
EL
Power Door Lock
MIRROR
EL
Power Door Mirror
EL
Headlamp - With Daytime Light
System
MULTI
EL
Multi-remote Control System
NATS
EL
EC
Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor
NVIS (Nissan Vehicle Immobilizer
System — NATS)
NONDTC
AT
Non-detectable Items
EC
Electronic Controlled Engine
Mount
O2H1B1
EC
Heated Oxygen Sensor 1 Heater
(Front) (Bank 1)
O2H1B2
EC
Heated Oxygen Sensor 1 Heater
(Front) (Bank 2)
O2H2B1
EC
Heated Oxygen Sensor 2 Heater
(Rear) (Bank 1)
DTRL
ECTS
EMNT
ENGSS
AT
Engine Speed Signal
F/FOG
EL
Front Fog Lamp
FLS1
EC
Fuel Level Sensor
FLS2
EC
Fuel Level Sensor
EL-381
GI
MA
EM
LC
EC
FE
CL
MT
AT
AX
SU
BR
ST
RS
BT
HA
SC
IDX
WIRING DIAGRAM CODES (CELL CODES)
Code
Section
Wiring Diagram Name
EC
Heated Oxygen Sensor 2 Heater
(Rear) (Bank 2)
O2S1B1
EC
Heated Oxygen Sensor 1 (Front)
(Bank 1)
O2S1B2
EC
O2S2B1
O2S2B2
O2H2B2
Code
Section
Wiring Diagram Name
TCCSIG
AT
A/T TCC Signal (Lock Up)
TCS
EC
ABS/TCS Communication Line
TCS
BR
Traction Control System
Heated Oxygen Sensor 1 (Front)
(Bank 2)
TCV
AT
Torque Converter Clutch Solenoid
Valve
EC
Heated Oxygen Sensor 2 (Rear)
(Bank 1)
T&FLID
EL
Trunk Lid and Fuel Filler Lid
Opener
Heated Oxygen Sensor 2 (Rear)
(Bank 2)
TPS
AT
Throttle Position Sensor
EC
TPS
EC
Throttle Position Sensor
OVRCSV
AT
Overrun Clutch Solenoid Valve
TP/SW
EC
Closed Throttle Position Switch
PHONE
EL
Telephone (Pre-wire)
TRNSMT
EL
Integrated Homelink Transmitter
PGC/V
EC
EVAP Canister Purge Volume
Control Solenoid Valve
TURN
EL
Turn Signal and Hazard Warning
Lamps
PHASE
EC
Camshaft Position Sensor
(CMPS) (PHASE)
VEHSEC
EL
Vehicle Security (Theft Warning)
System
PNP/SW
AT
Park/Neutral Position Switch
VENT/V
EC
EVAP Canister Vent Control Valve
PNP/SW
EC
Park/Neutral Position Switch
VIAS/V
EC
Variable Induction Air Control
System
VSS
EC
Vehicle Speed Sensor
VSSA/T
AT
Vehicle Speed Sensor A/T (Revolution Sensor)
VSSMTR
AT
Vehicle Speed Sensor MTR
W/ANT
EL
Audio Antenna
WARN
EL
Warning Lamps
WINDOW
EL
Power Window
WIPER
EL
Front Wiper and Washer
POS
POWER
EC
Crankshaft Position Sensor
(CKPS) (POS)
EL
Power Supply Routing
EC
EVAP Control System Pressure
Sensor
PST/SW
EC
Power Steering Oil Pressure
Switch
REF
EC
Crankshaft Position Sensor
(CKPS) (REF)
REMOTE
EL
Audio (Remote Control Switch)
RP/SEN
EC
Refrigerant Pressure Sensor
SEAT
EL
Power Seat
SHIFT
AT
A/T Shift Lock System
SROOF
EL
Sunroof
SRS
RS
Supplemental Restraint System
S/SIG
EC
Start Signal
SSV/A
AT
Shift Solenoid Valve A
SSV/B
AT
Shift Solenoid Valve B
START
SC
Starting System
STOP/L
EL
Stop Lamp
S/VCSW
EC
Swirl Control Valve Control
Vacuum Check Switch
SWL/V
EC
Swirl Control Valve Control Solenoid Valve
TAIL/L
EL
Parking, License and Tail Lamps
PRE/SE
EL-382
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