OBD II Diagnostic Manual Preliminary Issue

OBD II Diagnostic Manual Preliminary Issue
DB9
OBD II Diagnostic Manual
Preliminary Issue
ASTON MARTIN LAGONDA LIMITED
Note: This version of the DB9 OBD II Diagnostic Manual is in the process of validation. The manual will
shortly be reissued to include all validation corrections.
Meanwhile, should any errors be identified, please call:
Aston Martin Technical Publications Department on 01926 644705.
Produced by the Technical Publications Department
ASTON MARTIN
Banbury Road
Gaydon
Warwick, CV35 0DB, England
Telephone: (01926) 644700
Issue 1 -April 2004
Fax: (01926) 644733
Part No. 701311
The OBDII Diagnostic System
Contents
Contents
OBD II Diagnostic System
Engine Management
Diagnostic Equipment
Drive Cycle Routine
PCM and TCM Reset
CAN Bus Fault Analysis
1-1
1-6
1-8
1-11
1-13
1-15
Diagnostic Trouble Codes - Fault Analysis
P Code
Fault Definition
MIL Status
Page
No.
P0040
Oxygen Sensor Signals Swapped Bank 1 Sensor 1 / Bank 2 Sensor 1
MIL
2-2
P0041
Oxygen Sensor Signals Swapped Bank 1 Sensor 2 / Bank 2 Sensor 2
MIL
2-2
P0053
HO2S Heater Resistance (Bank 1, Sensor 1)
MIL
2-4
P0054
HO2S Heater Resistance (Bank 1, Sensor 2)
MIL
2-4
P0059
HO2S Heater Resistance (Bank 2, Sensor 1)
MIL
2-4
P0060
HO2S Heater Resistance (Bank 2, Sensor 2)
MIL
2-4
P0068
MAF v Throttle Correlation Check
MIL
2-6
P0087
Fuel starvation
MIL
2-8
P0102
Mass or Volume Air Flow Circuit Low Input
MIL
2-10
P0103
Mass or Volume Air Flow Circuit High Input
MIL
2-12
P0104
Intermittent MAF sensor signal
MIL
2-14
P0107
Manifold Absolute Pressure/BARO Sensor Low Input
MIL
2-16
P0108
Manifold Absolute Pressure/BARO Sensor High Input
MIL
2-18
P0109
Manifold Absolute Pressure/BARO Sensor Intermittent
MIL
2--20
P0112
Intake Air Temperature Sensor 1 Circuit Low Input
MIL
2-22
P0113
Intake Air Temperature Sensor 1 Circuit High Input
MIL
2-22
P0114
Intake Air Temperature Sensor Intermittent
MIL
2-22
P0116
Engine Coolant Temperature Circuit Range/Performance
MIL
2-24
P0117
Engine Coolant Temperature Circuit Low Input
MIL
2-26
P0118
Engine Coolant Temperature Circuit High Input
MIL
2-26
P0119
Engine Coolant Temperature Circuit Intermittent
MIL
2-26
P0121
Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor A Circuit Range/Performance
Non-MIL
2-28
P0122
Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor A Circuit Low Input
MIL
2-28
P0123
Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor A Circuit High Input
MIL
2-28
P0124
Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor A Intermittent
MIL
2-30
P0128
Coolant Thermostat (Coolant Temp Below Regulating Temperature)
MIL
2-32
P0132
O2 Circuit High Voltage (Bank 1, Sensor 1)
MIL
2-34
P0133
O2 Circuit Slow Response (Bank 1, Sensor 1)
MIL
2-36
P0135
O2 Heater Circuit (Bank 1, Sensor 1)
MIL
2-38
P0138
O2 Circuit High Voltage (Bank 1, Sensor 2)
MIL
2-40
P0141
O2 Heater Circuit (Bank 1, Sensor 2)
MIL
2-38
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P Code
0-2
Fault Definition
MIL Status
Page
No.
P0148
Fuel Delivery Error. System too lean
MIL
2-42
P0152
O2 Circuit High Voltage (Bank 2, Sensor 1)
MIL
2-34
P0153
O2 Circuit Slow Response (Bank 2, Sensor 1)
MIL
2-36
P0155
O2 Heater Circuit (Bank 2, Sensor 1)
MIL
2-38
P0158
O2 Circuit High Voltage (Bank 2, Sensor 2)
MIL
2-40
P0161
O2 Heater Circuit (Bank 2, Sensor 2)
MIL
2-38
P0171
System Too Lean (Bank 1)
MIL
2-44
P0172
System Too Rich (Bank 1)
MIL
2-48
P0174
System Too Lean (Bank 2)
MIL
2-44
P0175
System Too Rich (Bank 2)
MIL
2-48
P0180
Fuel Temperature Sensor A Circuit
MIL
2-52
P0182
Fuel Temperature Sensor Low Input
MIL
2-52
P0183
Fuel Temperature Sensor High Input
MIL
2-52
P0190
Fuel Rail Pressure Sensor Midrange Fault
MIL
2-54
P0191
Fuel Rail Pressure Sensor Range/Performance
MIL
2-56
P0192
Fuel Rail Pressure Sensor Low Input
MIL
2-58
P0193
Fuel Rail Pressure Sensor High Input
MIL
2-60
P0201
Injector Circuit / Open - Cylinder 1
MIL
2-62
P0202
Injector Circuit / Open - Cylinder 2
MIL
2-62
P0203
Injector Circuit / Open - Cylinder 3
MIL
2-62
P0204
Injector Circuit / Open - Cylinder 4
MIL
2-62
P0205
Injector Circuit / Open - Cylinder 5
MIL
2-62
P0206
Injector Circuit / Open - Cylinder 6
MIL
2-62
P0218
Transmission fluid temperature
Non-MIL
2-64
P0221
Throttle/Pedal Position Switch B Circuit Range/Performance
MIL
2-28
P0222
Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor B Circuit Low Input
MIL
2-28
P0223
Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor B Circuit High Input
MIL
2-28
P0224
Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor B Circuit Intermittent
MIL
2-66
P0300
Random Misfire Detected
MIL
2-68
P0301
Cylinder 1 Misfire Detected
MIL
2-72
P0302
Cylinder 2 Misfire Detected
MIL
2-72
P0303
Cylinder 3 Misfire Detected
MIL
2-72
P0304
Cylinder 4 Misfire Detected
MIL
2-72
P0305
Cylinder 5 Misfire Detected
MIL
2-72
P0306
Cylinder 6 Misfire Detected
MIL
2-72
P0307
Cylinder 7 Misfire Detected
MIL
2-72
P0308
Cylinder 8 Misfire Detected
MIL
2-72
P0309
Cylinder 9 Misfire Detected
MIL
2-72
P0310
Cylinder 10 Misfire Detected
MIL
2-72
P0311
Cylinder 11 Misfire Detected
MIL
2-72
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P Code
Fault Definition
MIL Status
Page
No.
P0312
Cylinder 12 Misfire Detected
MIL
2-72
P0315
Crankshaft Position System Variation Not Learned
MIL
2-76
P0316
Misfire Detected On Startup (First 1000 Revolutions)
MIL
2-72
P0320
Ignition Engine Speed Input Circuit Fault
MIL
2-78
P0322
Lost CPS Signal
MIL
2-80
P0340
Cylinder Identification Sensor A Circuit (Bank 1)
MIL
2-82
P0345
Cylinder Identification Sensor A Circuit (Bank 2)
MIL
2-82
P0351
Ignition Coil A Primary/Secondary Circuit
MIL
2-84
P0352
Ignition Coil B Primary/Secondary Circuit
MIL
2-84
P0353
Ignition Coil C Primary/Secondary Circuit
MIL
2-84
P0354
Ignition Coil D Primary/Secondary Circuit
MIL
2-84
P0355
Ignition Coil E Primary/Secondary Circuit
MIL
2-84
P0356
Ignition Coil F Primary/Secondary Circuit
MIL
2-84
P0420
Catalyst System Efficiency Below Threshold (Bank 1)
MIL
2-86
P0430
Catalyst System Efficiency Below Threshold (Bank 2)
MIL
2-88
P0442
Evaporative Emission System Leak Detected (small leak)
MIL
2-90
P0443
Evaporative Emission System Purge Control Valve Circuit
MIL
2-92
P0446
Evaporative Emission System Canister Vent Valve Circuit
MIL
2-94
P0451
Evaporative Emission System Pressure Sensor Range/Performance
MIL
2-96
P0452
Evaporative Emission System Pressure Sensor/Switch Low Input
MIL
2-98
P0453
Evaporative Emission System Pressure Sensor/Switch High Input
MIL
2-100
P0454
Evaporative Emission System Pressure Sensor/Switch Intermittent Input
MIL
2-102
P0455
Evaporative Emission System Leak Detected (gross leak/no flow)
MIL
2-104
P0456
Evaporative Emission System Leak Detected (very small leak)
MIL
2-106
P0457
Evaporative Emission System Leak Detected (fuel cap loose/off)
MIL
2-108
P0460
Fuel Level Sensor A Circuit
MIL
2-110
P0461
Fuel Level Sensor A Circuit Range/Performance
MIL
2-112
P0462
Fuel Level Sensor A Circuit Low Input
MIL
2-114
P0463
Fuel Level Sensor A Circuit High Input
MIL
2-116
P0480
Fan Control Circuit
MIL
2-118
P0483
Fan Performance
MIL
2-118
P0500
Output Shaft Speed Sensor Short To Supply
Non-MIL
2-120
P0501
Output Shaft Speed Sensor Too High Compared to Wheel Speed
MIL
2-120
P0502
Output Shaft Speed Sensor Short To Ground/Open Circuit
Non-MIL
2-120
P0503
Vehicle Speed Sensor A Intermittent/Erratic/High
MIL
2-120
P0505
Idle Air Control System
MIL
2-122
P0506
Idle Air Control System RPM Lower Than Expected
MIL
2-122
P0507
Idle Air Control System RPM Higher Than Expected
MIL
2-122
P0532
A/C Refrigerant Pressure Sensor A Circuit Low Input
MIL
2-124
P0533
A/C Refrigerant Pressure Sensor A Circuit High Input
MIL
2-124
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P Code
0-4
Fault Definition
MIL Status
Page
No.
P0552
Power Steering Pressure Sensor/Switch Circuit Low Input
MIL
2-126
P0553
Power Steering Pressure Sensor/Switch Circuit High Input
MIL
2-128
P0562
System Voltage Low
MIL
2-130
P0563
System Voltage High
MIL
2-130
P0579
Cruise Control Multi-Function Input A Circuit Range/Performance
MIL
2-132
P0581
Cruise Control Multi-Function Input A Open Circuit
MIL
2-132
P060D
Throttle Pedal Imbalance Primary to secondary
MIL
2-134
P0602
Powertrain Control Module (VID Block) Error
MIL
2-136
P0603
Powertrain Control Module Keep Alive Memory (KAM) Error
MIL
2-138
P0605
Powertrain Control Module Read Only Memory (ROM) Error
MIL
2-140
P0606
ECM / PCM Processor
MIL
2-142
P0613
TCM Processor Watchdog error
MIL
2-144
P0614
ECM / TCM IncompatibleCAN Level
MIL
2-146
P0620
Alternator Control Circuit
MIL
2-148
P0622
Alternator Field Terminal Circuit
MIL
2-148
P062F
Transmission Internal module EEPROM Error
MIL
2-150
P0634
PCM / ECM / TCM Internal Temperature Too High Or Sensor Failure
MIL
2-152
P0641
Transmission Sensor Supply Voltage too High or too Low
MIL
2-154
P0645
A/C Clutch Relay Control Circuit
MIL
2-156
P0657
Transmission Pressure Regulator and Solenoid Voltage Circuit / Open
MIL
2-158
P0658
Transmission Pressure Regulator and Solenoid Voltage Circuit Low
MIL
2-158
P0659
Transmission Pressure Regulator and Solenoid Voltage Circuit High
MIL
2-158
P0667
TCM Internal Temperature Sensor Too High/Low
MIL
2-160
P0701
Transmission Control System Failure. A Combination of Other Errors.
MIL
2-162
P0705
Transmission PRDN Request Invalid. CAN and Serial Line Invalid .
MIL
2-164
P0711
Transmission Fluid Temperature Sensor A Circuit Range/Performance
MIL
2-166
P0712
Transmission Fluid Temperature Sensor A Circuit Low Input
MIL
2-166
P0713
Transmission Fluid Temperature Sensor A Circuit High Input
MIL
2-166
P0714
Transmission Fluid Temperature Sensor A Circuit Intermittent
MIL
2-166
P0715
Turbine/Input Shaft Speed Sensor Circuit Short To Supply
MIL
2-168
P0716
Turbine/Input Shaft Speed Sensor Circuit Too High/Too Low
MIL
2-168
P0717
Turbine/Input Shaft Speed Sensor Circuit Short to Ground/O. Circuit
MIL
2-168
P0720
Output Shaft Speed Sensor Circuit
MIL
2-170
P0721
Output Shaft Speed Sensor Circuit Range/Performance
MIL
2-170
P0722
Output Shaft Speed Sensor Circuit No Signal
MIL
2-170
P0725
Engine Speed Input Circuit Plausibility Error
MIL
2-172
P0729
Gear 6 Incorrect Ratio. Plausibility error.
MIL
2-174
P0730
Incorrect Gear Ratio. Plausibility error.
Non-MIL
2-174
P0731
Gear 1 Incorrect Ratio. Plausibility error.
MIL
2-174
P0732
Gear 2 Incorrect Ratio. Plausibility error.
MIL
2-174
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P Code
Fault Definition
MIL Status
Page
No.
P0733
Gear 3 Incorrect Ratio. Plausibility error.
MIL
2-174
P0734
Gear 4 Incorrect Ratio. Plausibility error.
MIL
2-174
P0735
Gear 5 Incorrect Ratio. Plausibility error.
MIL
2-174
P0736
Reverse Gear Incorrect Ratio
MIL
2-176
P0740
Torque Converter Clutch Solenoid Circuit / Open
MIL
2-178
P0741
Torque Converter Clutch Solenoid Circuit Performance Or Stuck Off
MIL
2-180
P0770
Shift Solenoid E Open Circuit
MIL
2-314
P0771
Mechanical Failure of Shift Solenoid Valve MV1 or MV2
MIL
2-182
P0780
Gear Load error Too High or No Change
Non-MIL
2-184
P0781
Gear load error during 1-2 shift. Clutch does not close.
MIL
2-184
P0782
Gear load error during 2-3 shift. Clutch does not close.
MIL
2-184
P0783
Gear load error during 3-4 shift. Clutch does not close.
MIL
2-184
P0784
Gear load error during 4-5 shift. Clutch does not close.
MIL
2-184
P0812
Reverse Input Circuit
MIL
2-186
P0815
Upshift Switch Circuit
MIL
2-188
P0816
Downshift Switch Circuit
MIL
2-188
P081C
Reverse input switch circuit error on manual transmission
MIL
2-186
P081D
Neutral input switch circuit error on manual transmission
MIL
2-186
P0826
Up and Down Switch Input Circuit via CAN Error
MIL
2-190
P0829
Gear load error during 5-6 shift. Clutch does not close.
MIL
2-184
P0830
Clutch Pedal Switch A Circuit
MIL
2-192
P0833
Clutch Pedal Switch B Circuit
MIL
2-192
P0850
Parklock Sensor Fault.
Non-MIL
2-194
P0853
Drive Switch Input Circuit
MIL
2-186
P0860
TCM To PCM Heartbeat Signal Open Circuit
Non-MIL
2-196
P0861
TCM To PCM Heartbeat Signal Short To Ground/Open Circuit
Non-MIL
2-196
P0862
TCM To PCM Heartbeat Signal Short To Supply
Non-MIL
2-196
P0863
Serial Backup Line Time Out (PRND)
Non-MIL
2-198
P0960
Pressure Control Solenoid A Circuit / Open
MIL
2-178
P0961
Pressure Control Solenoid A Circuit Too High/Low
MIL
2-200
P0962
Pressure Control Solenoid A Circuit O. Circuit/Short To Ground
MIL
2-178
P0963
Pressure Control Solenoid A Control Circuit Short to Supply
Non-MIL
2-202
P0972
Shift Solenoid A Control Circuit Too High/Low
MIL
2-200
P0973
Shift Solenoid A Control Circuit Open Circuit/Short to Ground
MIL
2-178
P0974
Shift Solenoid A Control Circuit Short To Supply
MIL
2-202
P0975
Shift Solenoid B Control Circuit Too High/Low
MIL
2-200
P0976
Shift Solenoid B Control Circuit Open Circuit/Short to Ground
MIL
2-178
P0977
Shift Solenoid B Control Circuit Short To Supply
MIL
2-202
P0978
Shift Solenoid C Control Circuit Too High/Low
MIL
2-200
P0979
Shift Solenoid C Control Circuit Open Circuit/Short to Ground
MIL
2-178
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P Code
0-6
Fault Definition
MIL Status
Page
No.
P0980
Shift Solenoid C Control Circuit Short To Supply
MIL
2-202
P0981
Shift Solenoid D Control Circuit Too High/Low
MIL
2-200
P0982
Shift Solenoid D Control Circuit Open Circuit/Short to Ground
MIL
2-178
P0983
Shift Solenoid D Control Circuit Short to Supply
MIL
2-202
P0985
Shift Solenoid E Control Circuit Low Short to Ground/Open Circuit
MIL
2-204
P0986
Shift Solenoid E Control Circuit Short To Supply
MIL
2-206
P0998
Shift Solenoid F Control Circuit Short to Ground/Open Circuit
MIL
2-204
P0999
Shift Solenoid F Control Circuit Short To Supply
MIL
2-206
P1000
OBD Systems Readiness Test Not Complete
MIL
2-208
P1001
KOER Not Able to Complete, KOER Aborted
MIL
2-209
P1101
Mass Air Flow Sensor Out Of Self Test Range
MIL
2-210
P1116
Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor Out Of Self Test Range
MIL
2-212
P1127
Exhaust Temperature Out of Range, O2 Sensor Tests Not Completed
MIL
2-214
P115C
OBDII fault code for Passive Disable Driver Interface triggered
MIL
2-216
P1233
Fuel Pump Driver Module Disabled or Off Line
MIL
2-218
P1235
Fuel Pump Driver Module Range or perfomance
MIL
2-218
P1237
Fuel Pump Secondary Circuit (Fuel Pump Driver Module)
MIL
2-218
P1270
Engine RPM or Vehicle Speed Limiter Reached
MIL
2-220
P1336
Crankshaft/Camshaft Sensor Range/Performance
MIL
2-222
P1397
Battery Voltage Out of Range During KOER/KOEO
MIL
2-224
P1450
Unable to Bleed Up Fuel Tank Vacuum
MIL
2-226
P1463
A/C Pressure Sensor Insufficient Pressure Change
MIL
2-228
P1464
A/C Demand Out Of Self Test Range
MIL
2-230
P1488
Exhaust (muffler) Bypass Control Circuit
MIL
2-232
P1500
Vehicle Speed Sensor
MIL
2-234
P1501
Vehicle Speed Sensor Out Of Self Test Range
MIL
2-234
P1550
Power Steering Pressure Sensor Out Of Self Test Range
MIL
2-236
P1572
Brake Pedal Switch Circuit
MIL
2-238
P1573
Throttle Position Not Available
MIL
2-240
P1574
Throttle Position Sensor Outputs Disagree
MIL
2-240
P1578
ETC Power Less Than Demand
MIL
2-242
P1579
ETC In Power Limiting Mode
MIL
2-242
P1585
Throttle Control Malfunction
MIL
2-244
P1587
Throttle Control Modulated Command Malfunction
MIL
2-244
P1603
Transmission EPROM Checksum Error
MIL
2-246
P1605
Battery Buffered RAM Fault (Keep Alive Memory)
Non-MIL
2-248
P1608
Level 2 Software Monitoring (Internal Error)
MIL
2-250
P1633
Fault flag Indicating a Low/Lack Of Keep Alive Memory Voltage
MIL
2-252
P1635
Tire/Axle Out of Acceptable Range
MIL
2-254
P1639
Vehicle ID Block Corrupted, Not Programmed
MIL
2-256
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P Code
Fault Definition
MIL Status
Page
No.
P1674
Control Module Software Corrupted
MIL
2-258
P1700
Transmission Indeterminate Failure (Failed to Neutral)
MIL
2-260
P1703
Brake Switch Out Of Self Test Range
MIL
2-262
P1707
Parklock Engage/Release Failure (Without Driver Request)
Non-MIL
2-264
P1709
Park Neutral Position Switch Out Of Self Test Range
MIL
2-266
P1712
Transmission Torque Reduction Request Signal
MIL
2-268
P1719
Engine Torque Signal (CAN) to Transmission Error
MIL
2-270
P1745
Line Pressure Solenoid Fault
MIL
2-272
P1789
Low Battery Voltage with Turbine Speed (7V-9V)
MIL
2-274
P1793
Transmission Module Battery Voltage Too Low <7V
MIL
2-276
P1794
Battery Voltage Too High >16V
MIL
2-278
P1796
CAN Controller Circuit (Bus off)
MIL
2-280
P1797
CAN TCM/ECM Position Circuit Malfunction
MIL
2-282
P1798
CAN TCM/CEM/DIM Circuit Malfunction
MIL
2-284
P1799
CAN TCM/ABS Circuit Malfunction
Non-MIL
2-284
P1920
Engine Overspeed for Transmission. Plausibility Error
MIL
2-286
P1934
Wheel Speed Signal Failure/Not Plausable
Non-MIL
2-288
P1935
Invalid Brake Signal
Non-MIL
2-290
P2105
Throttle Actuator Control System - Forced Engine Shutdown
MIL
2-292
P2106
Throttle Actuator Control System - Forced Limited Power
MIL
2-294
P2107
Throttle Actuator Control Module Processor
MIL
2-296
P2111
Throttle Actuator Control System - Stuck Open
MIL
2-298
P2112
Throttle Actuator Control System - Stuck Closed
MIL
2-298
P2121
Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor/Switch D Circuit Range/Performance
MIL
2-300
P2122
Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor/Switch D Circuit Low Input
MIL
2-300
P2123
Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor/Switch D Circuit High Input
MIL
2-300
P2124
Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor/Switch D Circuit Intermittent
MIL
2-300
P2126
Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor/Switch E Circuit Range/Performance
MIL
2-300
P2127
Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor/Switch E Circuit Low Input
MIL
2-300
P2128
Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor/Switch E Circuit High Input
MIL
2-300
P2129
Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor/Switch E Circuit Intermittent
MIL
2-300
P2135
Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor/Switch A / B Voltage Correlation
MIL
2-302
P2138
Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor/Switch D / E Voltage Correlation
MIL
2-304
P2162
Vehicle Speed Sensor A / B Correlation
MIL
2-306
P2195
O2 Sensor Signal Stuck Lean - Bank 1, Sensor 1
MIL
2-308
P2196
O2 Sensor Signal Stuck Rich - Bank 1, Sensor 1
MIL
2-308
P2197
O2 Sensor Signal Stuck Lean - Bank 2, Sensor 1
MIL
2-308
P2198
O2 Sensor Signal Stuck Rich - Bank 2, Sensor 1
MIL
2-308
P2270
O2 Sensor Signal Stuck Lean - Bank 1, Sensor 2
MIL
2-308
P2271
O2 Sensor Signal Stuck Rich - Bank 1, Sensor 2
MIL
2-308
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P Code
0-8
Fault Definition
MIL Status
Page
No.
P2272
O2 Sensor Signal Stuck Lean - Bank 2, Sensor 2
MIL
2-308
P2273
O2 Sensor Signal Stuck Rich - Bank 2, Sensor 2
MIL
2-308
P260F
Neural Net Processor Reports ROM Checksum Error
MIL
2-310
P2706
Shift Solenoid F Open Circuit
MIL
2-312
P2762
Torque Converter Clutch Pressure Solenoid Circuit Too High/Low
MIL
2-200
P2763
Torque Converter Clutch Pressure Solenoid Circuit Short To Supply
MIL
2-314
P2764
Torque Converter Clutch Solenoid Circuit Short To Ground/O. Circuit
MIL
2-314
P2779
Downshift Switch Circuit
Non-MIL
2-316
P2800
Shift By Wire Transmission Range Sensor Circuit Fault
MIL
2-318
P2801
Shift By Wire Transmission Range Sensor Circuit Range or Perfomance
Non-MIL
2-318
P2805
Position Information Fault On Serial Backup Line
Non-MIL
2-320
P2812
Shift Solenoid G (Park Lock) Open Circuit
Non-MIL
2-322
P2814
Shift Solenoid G (Park Lock) Short to Ground/Open Circuit
MIL
2-322
P2815
Shift Solenoid G (Park Lock) Short to Supply
Non-MIL
2-322
April 2004
The OBDII Diagnostic System
Contents
Introduction
The operation of the internal combustion engine depends on the ability to rapidly and accurately control several
variables. The two main variables are; the quantity of fuel passed to the cylinder and the timing of ignition. Basic
control of these variables is exercised by the Powertrain Control Modules (Primary and Secondary PCMs) which
contain all the software to supervise and control the engine management system. The PCMs also contain the diagnostic software (the Diagnostic Executive) required to detect any system malfunctions which could increase
harmful emissions.
The Diagnostic Executive is the computer programme which monitors aspects of emission related engine performance. This programme controls all the monitor sequences, records DTCs, lights the MIL lamp and memorises
freeze frame data for later analysis
The freeze frame data may be accessed using the World Diagnostic System (WDS) or other scan tool. The stored
data describes engine conditions at the time the malfunction was detected, such as the state of the engine, state
of fuel control, spark, rpm, load and warm up status. Previously stored conditions will be replaced only if a fuel
or misfire malfunction is detected.
In order to pass all diagnostic monitors, a new vehicle or one in which the PCM memory has been cleared must
be driven sufficiently (a complete drive cycle) to clear all component checks. A P1000 code will be recorded until
all sections of the OBD II drive cycle are completed. The presence of a P1000 code is not a cause for concern
unless other codes are present. The drive cycles are described later in this section.
The following monitors are included in the diagnostic software:
•
•
•
•
•
Heated Oxygen Sensor (HO2S) Monitor
Catalyst Efficiency Monitor
Misfire Detection Monitor
Fuel System Monitor
Comprehensive Component Monitor
NB: TRIP - In the following descriptions the term trip is defined as successful completion of all monitors without
detecting any fault which would illuminate the MIL lamp.
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The OBDII Diagnostic System
Comprehensive Component Monitor
Comprehensive Component Monitor
The comprehensive component monitor is a self test strategy that detects malfunctions of any electronic powertrain component which may have an effect upon engine emission levels.
The inputs monitored include the PCM Identification, Inlet Air Temperature (IAT), Fuel Tank Pressure (FTPT), Cylinder Identification (CID), Fuel Level Indicator (FLI), Crankshaft Position (CKP), Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS), Mass
Air Flow Meter (MAF), Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT), Throttle Potentiometer (TP) sensors and Throttle Pedal
Position (TPP) sensors.
Outputs monitored by the comprehensive component monitor include the Ignition System, Fuel Pump, Fan Control, Vapour Management Valves (VMV), Canister Vent Valve (CANVNT), all fuel injectors, the A/C cut-out relay
(WAC) and the Throttle Controller.
An input component malfunction is declared if there is a lack of continuity, the signal is out of range, or if the signal is not in the correct relationship to another associated signal.
An output component malfunction is declared if there is a lack of continuity or if an expected output response to
an PCM command does not occur.
In the comprehensive component monitor, when a malfunction has been present for two drive cycles, the relevant DTC is stored in the PCMs and the MIL is turned on.
The MIL is turned off after three consecutive trips without the same malfunction being detected provided that no
other DTCs are stored which would independently turn on the MIL. The DTC will be erased from memory after
40 warm-up cycles without the malfunction being detected after the MIL is turned off. The code may also be
cleared by performing an PCM reset using the Diagnostic System (WDS) or a generic Scan Tool.
During a drive cycle, the individual monitor checks will be completed and entered into the PCM memory. The
OBDII Readiness Test screen on the WDS may be used to show which particular monitors have completed since
the last PCM reset. All monitors must successfully complete to clear a P1000 code (P1000 = OBD II System
Checkout Incomplete).
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The OBDII Diagnostic System
System and Component Monitors
System and Component Monitors
Heated Oxygen Sensor Monitor
OBD II regulations require monitoring of the upstream heated oxygen sensors to detect when deterioration of the
sensor has exceeded emission thresholds. Additional oxygen sensors are located downstream to determine the
efficiency of the catalyst. The downstream sensors are of a different type to those used for fuel control. The front
and rear sensors are not interchangeable. They are monitored to determine if a voltage is generated. That voltage
is then compared to values in memory to determine if the catalyst efficiency is in range.
Operation
The fuel control system attempts to maintain an air/fuel ratio of approximately14.7:1. The PCM uses the input from
the upstream HO2S sensors to fine tune the air fuel mixture.
The upstream heated oxygen sensors are mounted in the exhaust flow between the engine and the catalytic convertors. The sensors operate between zero and one volt output depending on the oxygen content of the exhaust
gasses. Lean air/fuel mixture will cause a sensor voltage of 0 - 0.4 volts. Rich air/fuel mixture will cause a voltage
of 0.6 - 1.0 volts. The ideal air/fuel mixture would cause a sensor voltage of 0.4 - 0.6 volts to be generated. The
actual sensor voltage will fluctuate as the system attempts to reach optimum air/fuel mixture under constantly
changing conditions.
The following HO2S system checks are performed:
Upstream sensors are checked by changing the air fuel ratio and monitoring the sensor response.
Downstream sensors are monitored by noting the voltage change for changes in downstream oxygen content.
All sensors are monitored for overvoltage conditions
Sensor heaters are checked by turning them on and off and looking for changes in the current they draw.
When a HO2S malfunction is detected for two drive cycles, the DTC is stored in memory and the MIL is turned
on. The MIL will be turned off after three consecutive trips without the same malfunction being detected, providing that no other malfunctions are present which would independently turn on the MIL. The DTC will be erased
from memory after 40 warm-up cycles provided that the same DTC is not detected. The code may also be cleared
by performing a PCM reset.
Catalyst Efficiency Monitor
The catalyst efficiency monitor determines when the catalyst efficiency has fallen below the minimum efficiency
requirements.
Operation
Upstream and downstream oxygen sensor signals are compared during a range of speed/load conditions. The catalyst must be able to process the exhaust gases such that the rear oxygen sensors are prevented from switching in
the same way as the front.
When a catalyst efficiency malfunction is detected for two drive cycles, the DTC is stored in memory and the MIL
is turned on. The MIL will be turned off after three consecutive trips without the same malfunction being detected,
providing that no other malfunctions are present which would independently turn on the MIL. The DTC will be
erased from memory after 40 warm-up cycles provided that the same DTC is not detected. The code may also be
cleared by performing an PCM reset or a DTC ‘CLEAR’ using WDS.
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System and Component Monitors
Fuel System Monitor
The fuel system monitor is a self test strategy within the PCM that monitors the adaptive fuel table. This table is
used by the fuel control system to compensate for normal variability of the fuel system components due to age or
wear. If the fuel system appears biased lean or rich, the adaptive fuel values will be shifted to remove the bias.
Operation
The adaptive fuel system uses the upstream oxygen sensor outputs as its primary input. The system also is capable
of adapting fuelling requirements based on, Air Temperature, Coolant Temperature and Mass Air Flow.
As the fuel control and air metering components age or vary from nominal values, the adaptive fuel strategy learns
corrections while in closed loop operation. These corrections are stored in a table called 'Long Term Fuel Trim'.
The table resides in KAM (Keep Alive Memory) and is used to correct fuel delivery while in open or closed loop
control.
As components continue to change, the table will reach its adaptive limit and can no longer cope with additional
changes in fuelling components. Further changes in the fuel system components will cause deviation in the closed
loop parameter called 'Short Term Fuel Trim'. As this deviation in short term fuel trim approaches 1.5 times the
applicable standard, fuel/air control suffers and emissions may increase. At this point, a fuel system fault is declared and a DTC is stored.
The fuel system tests are only run when the following preconditions are satisfied, engine rpm within acceptable
range, air mass within calibrated limits, engine coolant temperature indicates the engine fully warmed up, steady
throttle opening at a road speed of 30 - 45 m.p.h. Idle and deceleration performances are excluded from fuel system testing.
In the fuel system monitor, when a malfunction has been present for two drive cycles, the DTC is stored and the
MIL lamp is turned on. At the same time, freeze frame data will be stored as described in the system overview. In
order to provide the maximum information for fault analysis, the range of freeze frame data stored when a fuel
system monitor fault occurs exceeds that required by the Air Resources Board.
The MIL is turned off after three consecutive drive cycles without the same DTC being detected provided that no
other DTCs are recorded which would independently turn on the MIL. The DTC will be erased from memory after
40 trips provided that the same DTC is not detected. The code may also be cleared by performing a PCM reset.
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The OBDII Diagnostic System
System and Component Monitors
Purge System Monitor
Tests the integrity and operation of the evaporative loss purge system.
Operation
Primary PCM - After an overnight soak, during steady state driving, the canister vent valve is closed and the purge
system pulls a light vacuum in the fuel tank. The time taken for the vacuum to decay is measured and compared
to calibrated limits. The results indicate whether the fuel vapour system is leak proof.
Secondary PCM - During vehicle acceleration, the engine fuelling requirements are stabilised and then the vapour
management valve is opened. If the carbon canisters contain fuel vapour, it will be drawn into the inlet manifold.
The fuelling correction required to rectify the fuel imbalance caused by the additional fuel vapour is noted. The
adjustment required is used as an indicator of correct purge system flow.
Misfire Detection Monitor
Misfire is defined as the lack of proper combustion in the cylinder due to the absence of spark, poor fuel metering
or poor compression. Any combustion occurring at an improper time is also defined as a misfire.
Misfires are detected by the Neural Net Misfire Monitor which checks various engine operating conditions (particularly crankshaft acceleration) and compares them to data held in PCM memory.
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The OBDII Diagnostic System
The EECV Engine Management System
Engine Management - Schematic Diagram
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The OBDII Diagnostic System
The EECV Engine Management System
Description of Components
Powertrain Control Modules (PCMs) - Primary and Secondary
The engine management system is controlled by the Powertrain Control Modules (PCMs), which receive signals
from the sensors, compares them to the required standards and then modify the fuel and ignition settings to maintain an optimum, stoichiometric, fuel and air mixture under all conditions. Sensor information is supplied to the
Control Module Inputs, and control commands are issued through the Control Module Outputs. The PCMs are
located one under each front wing.
The Mass Air Flow Sensor (MAF)
The Mass Air Flow Sensor (MAF), measures the quantity of air drawn into the engine and reports to the PCM.
The Air Temperature Sensor (IAT)
An Inlet Air Temperature Sensor (IAT), is located inside each mass airflow meter and measures the temperature of
the air entering either side of the engine. These sensors are fitted so that the engine management system can compensate for air density changes.
The Engine Coolant Temperature Sensors (ECT)
The Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor (ECT), monitors the coolant temperature and reports to the primary PCM.
The secondary PCM receives the current temperature information from the primary PCM over the CAN bus.
The Fuel Pumps
The Fuel Pumps, situated in the fuel tank, supply fuel to the Fuel Rails. The fuel pressure at the fuel rails is regulated
by changing the run speed of the fuel pumps.
Fuel Injectors
The twelve Injector solenoids are operated by the PCMs in sequence to inject fuel into the area behind each inlet
valve. The volume of fuel injected is governed by the length of time each injector solenoid is actuated and the
pressure in the fuel rail.
Ignition Coils
Ignition is by long life Spark Plugs supplied with HT voltage from the Ignition Coils mounted on each plug. The
timing of ignition is varied by the PCM according to vehicle speed and engine load.
Catalytic Convertor / Heated Oxygen Sensors (H02S)
The combustion gases, after passing through the exhaust manifolds, enter the Catalytic Convertors, where the
quality of the exhaust gas emission is modified. The quality of the exhaust gas emission is constantly checked by
the four Upstream Heated Oxygen Sensors (H02S1 on either bank), which are situated at the entrance of the catalysts. The catalyst efficiency is checked using four Downstream Heated Oxygen Sensors (H02S2 on either bank).
By comparing the signal outputs of pre and post catalyst heated oxygen sensors the PCM can make corrections to
the fuel and ignition settings as necessary. The sensors contain integral heaters which accelerate the warming-up
of the sensors to enable a rapid correction of initial settings which may be causing the emission of low quality
exhaust gases.
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The OBDII Diagnostic System
Diagnostic Equipment
Throttle Position Sensor (TP)
Throttle position is detected by the Throttle Position Sensors (TP) mounted on each throttle body. These sensors
report to the PCMs.
Throttle Pedal Position Sensor (PPS)
Throttle pedal position is detected by two Throttle Pedal Position Sensors (PPS) mounted in the throttle pedal assembly. These sensors report the PPS signal to the PCMs. The pedal position is constantly verified by means of a
rationality check between the three potentiometer readings. If any reading goes out of normal range, the in range
readings are used and a fault is flagged on the out of range potentiometer.
Throttle Motors
Motor driven throttles are mounted on the left and right inlet manifolds. As the driver moves the throttle pedal,
the throttle pedal signals change, the PCMs receive the revised position signals and send drive signals to the throttle motors to drive the throttles to the new position.
Crankshaft Position Sensor (CKP)
Engine speed is measured from the pulse timing of the two Crankshaft Position Sensors (CKP). CKP signals are input to the primary and secondary Powertrain Control Modules.
Camshaft Position Sensor - Cylinder Identification Sensor (CID)
Engine position is determined by using the two Camshaft Position Sensor (CID) signals. CMP signals are input to
the primary and secondary Powertrain Control Modules.
Using the CKP and CID signals, the PCMs can accurately control the start time for ignition/fuel injection events.
Evaporative Emission Canister
The Fuel Tank, may be filled to 90% of the actual measured capacity; the 10% air volume above the fuel is vented
to atmosphere through the Evaporative Emission Canister. The carbon element in this canister absorbs any displaced fuel vapour. As fuel is withdrawn from the tank, air is drawn in through the canisters to avoid creating a
vacuum in the fuel tank.
When the fuel laden air in the tank expands at higher temperatures, pressure is relieved by allowing the displaced
air to vent through the canister which retains any suspended fuel vapour.
During normal engine running, the vapour management valve allows air flow through the carbon canister and
into the inlet manifolds, constantly purging any petrol vapour and burning it in the normal combustion process.
The Vapour Management Valve
The Vapour Management Valve, is controlled by the Primary PCM and open the canister line to inlet manifold
vacuum; when the inlet manifold vacuum is sufficient, the vapour management valve will open. Air can then flow
through the carbon canister, carrying fuel vapour to the inlet manifold and into the engine.
Diagnostic Equipment
The Aston Martin Diagnostic System (WDS) is the principal diagnostic tool used by Aston Martin franchised dealers. Non-franchised dealers will require the AML WDS or a compatible scan tool. The WDS installation and use
is described in a separate publication. The WDS connects to the diagnostic sockets.
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The OBDII Diagnostic System
Diagnostic Sockets
Diagnostic Sockets Location and Use
The two diagnostic sockets are located on the drivers side of the centre console. Note that the sockets change
sides between left and right hand drive vehicles. The following systems are accessed from each socket:
000 0
000000
CRUISE
T1
P
R N
MILES
D
Body
Diagnostic
Socket
Engine
Diagnostic
Socket
Body Socket - Closest to the Centre Stack
Airbag and Seat Belt Pretensioner System
Security System
Body Module
Transmission Control Unit (datalogging and DTC read)
Engine Socket - Furthest from the Centre Stack
Powertrain Control Module (PCM)
Transmission Control Module (TCM) (OBD II DTC read via the PCM)
Passive Anti-Theft System
Anti-Lock Braking System
The pin connections to each socket are shown on the following page:
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The OBDII Diagnostic System
Diagnostic Sockets
Diagnostic Sockets - Pin Location and Function
16
9
16
9
8
1
8
39-046
1
Engine Socket (Drivers Side)
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Function
Used by:
Power Ground
Chassis Ground
CAN Link (+) High Speed
All
All
+12V Ignition Supply
Input Power/Signal
No Connection
No Connection
FEPS
CAN Link (-) High Speed
No Connection
12V Battery
Flash reprogramming
All
Body Socket (Passenger Side)
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
1-10
Function
CAN Link (+) Low Speed
Power Ground
Chassis Ground
CAN Link (+) High Speed
K line ISO 9141
K line TCM
+12V Ignition Supply
Used by:
All
CAN Link (-) Low Speed
No connection
No connection
CAN Link (-) High Speed
12V Battery (unswitched)
All
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The OBDII Diagnostic System
Drive Cycle Routine
Drive Cycle Routine
The drive cycle may be run on a rolling road. Running the drive cycle during a road test may take significantly
longer.
The maximum speeds during the rolling road cycle may be significantly greater than the legal limit in some areas.
The monitor tests will complete at a maximum speed of 55 m.p.h. providing that the PCM has not been disconnected and KAM memory lost. If the KAM memory has been lost, the misfire monitor will require decelerations
from at least 55 m.p.h. to complete. If your maximum speed limit is below 55 m.p.h., run the drive cycle on a
rolling road.
WARNING: Do not exceed local speed limits.
If run during a road test, the cycle may not complete in the order listed although the Comprehensive Component
Monitor is a prerequisite for all other tests, and the HO2S monitor is a prerequisite for the purge tests.
The vehicle must be fully warmed up and have run for a minimum of 200 seconds before this cycle will start.
A P1000 code will only be cleared when all the monitor tests have been satisfactorily completed.
Comprehensive Component Monitor
This test is run continuously but for the purposes of clearing down a P1000 code, this monitor will clear if all sensors and actuators have no out of range values. The engine needs to have warmed up from an ambient start, idled
for a short time and then the car must be driven for a short time. If the engine has been warmed up using an extended idle period and the cycle is driven as shown in the diagram, the component monitor tests will complete
during stage 1.
Heated Oxygen Sensor (HO2S) Monitor
The HO2S sensors and their heater circuits will be tested and cleared down during stages 1 and 2 of the drive
cycle. Periods 1 and 2 from the diagram are each of 60 seconds duration where the engine speed is 1130 and
then 1310 rpm (approximately 27 and then 37 m.p.h.). Constant throttle opening must be maintained during these
periods.
Catalyst Monitor
Stages 1, 2, 3 and 4 of the cycle provide the optimum conditions to ensure completion of the Catalyst Monitor.
The sequence is not important but the vehicle must spend at least 60 seconds at each speed. Stage 1 at 1130 rpm
(27-31 m.p.h.), Stage 2 at 1310 rpm (37-42 m.p.h.), Stage 3 at 1700 rpm (48-54 m.p.h.) and Stage 4 at 1860 rpm
(53-59 m.p.h.). If constant speed cannot be maintained, then accelerating and decelerating gently between each
speed will have the same effect but may take longer to complete the catalyst monitor test.
Misfire Monitor
Powertrain Control Module Memory Intact
The Misfire Monitor is a continuous test and will clear quickly if the PCM keep alive memory power has not been
interrupted.
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The OBDII Diagnostic System
Drive Cycle Routine
Powertrain Control Module Memory Interrupted (e.g. PCM or battery disconnected)
If the power source to the keep alive memory has been interrupted, the system needs to re-learn ignition and other
correction factors before it can complete the misfire monitor tests. These correction factors are learned during long
deceleration periods. A closed throttle deceleration from 55+ m.p.h. down to 30 m.p.h. is appropriate. It may require two or three deceleration cycles for the system to acquire the necessary corrections, after which the misfire
monitor tests will clear quickly.
Purge Monitor
The Purge Monitor tests the vapour flow from the fuel tank and carbon canisters through into the engine. This
monitor has two methods of completion.
The first and most common method occurs during an acceleration cycle from 30 to 50 m.p.h. over a 20 second
period. The system looks for a minimum fuelling correction for a minimum purge valve duty cycle. This method
will usually be successful since there is nearly always sufficient fuel vapour available to cause a recognisable fuelling correction.
The second method is used in cold ambient conditions when the quantity of fuel vapour available will be at a
minimum. The engine is run for a period of several minutes at idle during which the effect of purge vapour flow
on engine idle speed control is assessed.
If the purge monitor does not clear during the first method, leave the engine idling for 5-10 minutes. During this
time, the purge control monitor will then complete using the second method.
Fuel System Monitor
The capability of the engine management system to control fuelling under closed loop conditions is assessed continuously but will be tested during phases 1 - 4 of the test sequence as the HO2S and catalyst tests are completed.
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The OBDII Diagnostic System
Drive Cycle Routine
PCM and TCM Reset Procedure
Both the Powertrain Control Modules (PCMs) may be reset using either of two following methods.
Note:It is not normally necessary to reset both PCMs during fault analysis. Only reset the affected control module when
directed to ’Reset the PCM' in a fault analysis procedures. If a complete reset is required, the fault analysis procedure will
direct you to 'Reset Both PCMs'.
Procedure
With the ignition switched off, disconnect the module harness connector at the affected PCM(s). The following
elements will be cleared in the PCM keep alive memory.
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•
•
•
•
•
Logged DTC counter will reset.
All logged DTCs will be cleared.
Freeze frame data will be cleared.
Oxygen sensor data will be cleared.
OBD system monitor status will be reset.
P1000 status code will be set.
The PCM may be reset by disconnecting the battery but the clock, radio and window controllers will require resetting after reconnecting the battery.
Note: Since the oxygen sensor data has been cleared, the vehicle may exhibit some mild driveability concerns until this data
has been relearned during initial driving after the PCM reset.
Note: The P1000 code will remain until all diagnostic monitors have cleared after completion of all parts of the drive cycle
following the PCM reset.
Caution:
Clearing codes with a generic scan tool resets all modules.
Diagnostic Trouble Code Report Form
The DTC Report Form exists so that dealer technical staff may report occurrences of DTCs back to the manufacturer. When seeking advice, or when requested by Aston Martin Service Operations Department, please complete
the Trouble Code Report Form and email the completed form from the ‘my documents’ folder on WDS.
Alternatively, the form may be faxed to:
Aston Martin Service Operations Department - Fax No. (0044) (0)1926 644733
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The OBDII Diagnostic System
CAN Bus Fault Analysis
High Speed CAN Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS to the Body diagnostic connector. Ignition ON.
2.
Read the CEM Diagnostic Codes and select those relevant to the high speed CAN bus.
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Code
Definition
DE01
Brake Control Module not alive
DE11
Engine Control Module not alive
DE29
Centre Console Module not alive
DE42
Convertible Roof Module_not_alive
DE43
Driver Door Module not alive
DE45
Pass. Door Module not alive
DE49
Steering Angle Sensor not alive
DE51
Driver Information Module not alive
DE52
Convertible Roof Module not alive
DE54
Infotainment Control Module not alive
DE58
Safety Restraint System (Airbag Module) not alive
DE64
Phone Module not alive
DE6E
Transmission Control Module not alive
DF11
HS CAN Bus Open Load or Transmit / Recieve error
DF13
HS CAN + shorted to batt voltage_
DF14
HS CAN - shorted to ground
DF15
HS CAN + shorted to ground
DF16
HS CAN - shorted to battery voltage
DF17
HS CAN - shorted to HS CAN + or Open Load HS
CAN - or HS CAN +
E000
HS CAN transmit recieve error(BUS_OFF)
E001
LS CAN transmit recieve error(BUS_OFF)
E010
CEM HS NWM Failed Control Initialisation
E011
CEM LS NWM Failed Control Initialisation
E020
CEM HS NWM Failed Volcano Initialisation
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RB,05
C0637-26G
SPL39-CAN/EN
C2411-8
RN,05
C0501-11
CAN HS+
C2411-7
RB,05
CAN HS- C0501-15
C2245-10
RB,05
RN,05
RB,05
RB,05
RN,05
C2245-12
C2245-11
C2245-9
RN,05
C0109-10
SPL42-CAN/EN
SPL43-CAN/EN
RN,05
Module-ABS
RN,05
RB,05
C0634-26G
C0637-14G
RN,05
C0634-14G
C0747-1
RB,05
CAN HS-
CAN HS+
Secondary PCM
CAN HS-
CAN HS+
Primary PCM
RB,0.5
C0747-3
C0747-4
RN,0.5
C0747-2
Shorting Link - Manual Transmission
SPL37-CAN/EN
4.
C0229-8
RN,05
C0747-3
RB,05
RB,05
RN,05
RN,05
RB,05
RB,05
RN,05
RN,05
RB,05
SPL44-CAN/FA
C0109-8
C0109-7
RN,05
RB,05
C0230-4
CAN HS+
C0230-5 CAN HS-
C0932-2
C0932-6
Central Electronic
Module
CAN HS-
CAN HS+
RB,05
RN,05
C1184-14
C0582-12
C1184-13
C0582-11 SW CAN HS+
RB,05
C0877-6
C0877-14
HIGH SPEED +
HIGH SPEED -
Body Diagnostics(B)
SW CAN HS-
C0587-14 CAN HSRN,05
C0587-16 CAN HS+
C0588-14 CAN HS-
C0588-15 CAN HS+
RB,05
RN,05
RB,05
RN,05
RB,05
RN,05
SPL1-CAN/AU
SPL2-CAN/AU
CB2-
CB2+
Module-Driver Instrument
C1672-7
Module-Automatic Transmission
SPL45-CAN/FA
CAN Bus 2
(High Speed Volcano)
C0747-1
C0747-4
C0747-2
RN,05
C0109-9
C0229-7
RB,05
C1672-6
RB,05
Sensor-Steering Angle
120 Ohms
3.
RN,05
The OBDII Diagnostic System
CAN Bus Fault Analysis
Check for relevant modules off-line. (Cross check against the following High Speed CAN Circuit).
120 Ohms
Check the basic power and ground supplies to the suspect module and service as necessary. If a power fault was
detected, clear the CEM DTC’s and then go to step 5.
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The OBDII Diagnostic System
CAN Bus Fault Analysis
5.
Switch the ignition off and then on again to repeat the power up tests. If any HS CAN module is still off line,
service the defective link as necessary. If no relevant codes are displayed, go to step 6.
6.
Check resistance from HS CAN + to HS CAN -.
Resistance should be 60Ω. (i.e. 2 x 120Ω terminator resistors in parrallel)
Terminator resistors are in the ABS Module and the DIM Module.
If 60Ω is measured, the circuits to the terminator resistors are good. Go to step 7.
If 120Ω is measured, one of the terminator resistors is open circuit. The fault is in either the ABS or the DIM sections of the HS CAN bus. Isolate each section and analyse the fault using continuity checks. Service the open circuit as necessary.
7.
With 60Ω measured between HS CAN + and - at the diagnostic socket, only the PCMs, TCM and Steering Angle
Sensor spurs remain as suspects.
8.
For steering angle sensor faults, go to step 9.
For Transmission Controller faults, go to step 11
For Powertrain Control Module faults, go to step 12.
Stering Angle Sensor
9.
If DE49 (Steering Angle Sensor not alive) is logged, Disconnect the steering angle sensor and check continuity of
the HS CAN + line from C1672-6 to C0877-6 and the HS CAN - line from C1672-7 and C0877-14.
10.
Set WDS Datalogger to monitor the Steering Angle Sensor. Turn the steering wheel and check for a corresponding
change in the sensor reading. If the response does not match steering wheel movement, the sensor is faulty.
Replace the steering angle sensor. Reconnect all components and retest the sensor to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
Transmission Control Unit
11.
Set WDS Datalogger to monitor the current gear position. With the ignition on, select each gear in turn and
check for a corresponding change in the ‘current gear’ signal.
If the current gear signal responds correctly to gearshifts, the TCM CAN spur is good. Go to step 11.
If the current gear signal does not respond correctly to gearshifts, service the CAN bus TCM spur as necessary.
Reconnect all components and repeat the gearshift test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
Powertrain Control Module
12.
If code DE11 (Engine Control Module not alive) is logged in the CEM, Install the breakout box to the PCM connector and check continuity from the HS CAN + and - pins on the body diagnostic connector to the corresponding pins on the PCMs. Service any circuit fault as necessary. Clear the DE11 code from the CEM. Reconnect all
components and run a KOER test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
If the code is logged again, check for logged DTCs in the PCM and analyse the problem using the procedures for
the PCM fault codes.
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The OBDII Diagnostic System
CAN Bus Fault Analysis
Low Speed CAN Procedures
1.
Connect the WDS to the OBD II diagnostic connector. Ignition ON.
2.
Read the CEM Diagnostic Codes. If CEM diagnostic codes can be read, the OBD II CAN spur and the CEM are
good. Go to step 4. We can also assume that there are no shorts to ground, to supply or across the CAN bus in
the remainder of the LS CAN Network. This does not eliminate intermittent faults in these areas
3.
Code
Definition
DE01
Brake Control Module not alive
DE11
Engine Control Module not alive
DE29
Centre Console Module not alive
DE42
Convertible Roof Module_not_alive
DE43
Driver Door Module not alive
DE45
Pass. Door Module not alive
DE49
Steering Angle Sensor not alive
DE51
Driver Information Module not alive
DE52
Convertible Roof Module not alive
DE54
Infotainment Control Module not alive
DE58
Safety Restraint System (Airbag Module) not alive
DE64
Phone Module not alive
DE6E
Transmission Control Module not alive
DF11
HS CAN Bus Open Load or Transmit / Recieve error
DF13
HS CAN + shorted to batt voltage_
DF14
HS CAN - shorted to ground
DF15
HS CAN + shorted to ground
DF16
HS CAN - shorted to battery voltage
DF17
HS CAN - shorted to HS CAN + or Open Load HS CAN - or HS CAN +
E000
HS CAN transmit recieve error(BUS_OFF)
E001
LS CAN transmit recieve error(BUS_OFF)
E010
CEM HS Network Manager Failed Control Initialisation
E011
CEM LS Network Manager Failed Control Initialisation
E020
CEM HS Network Manager Failed Volcano Initialisation
If you cannot read the CEM codes, then one of the following failures exists:
• CEM not functional. CEM failure or power failure.
• LS CAN OBD II spur faulty
• Short to ground, to supply or across the LS CAN Network
If any of the above faults are identified, service the circuits or components as necessary. Clear the CEM DTCs and
turn the ignition off and on again. Check that no DTCs are logged inthe CEM at power on.
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C0587-15
C0582-15
CAN LS-
CAN LS+ C0582-16
C0587-30
CAN LS-
CAN LS+
RN,05
RB,05
GB,05
GN,05
GN,05
GB,05
CAN LS+ (OUT)
CAN LS- (OUT)
C0428-15
C0428-16
GN,05
GB,05
C1184-15
C1184-16
SPL13-CAN/FA
RN,05
RB,05
CAN LS-
C0230-2
C0230-3
CAN LS+
CAN LS-
GN,05
C0877-3
C0877-11
LOW SPEED LOW SPEED +
GB,05
GN,05
C0255-7
GN,05
CAN LS+
C0733-3
C0733-4
GB,05
GN,05
C0323-9
GN,05
CAN LS+
C0323-8 CAN LS-
GB,05
CAN
CAN
Module
Convertible
Module-Passenger Door
PASSENGER DOOR
CAN LS-
C0253-7
GB,05
Seat-Passenger
Module-Airbag
SPL6-CAN/CON
C2802-13
C0256-56G
SPL37-CAN/CA
CAN LS- C0256-53G
CAN LS+
CAN LS-
SPL7CAN/CON
C2802-12
SPL38-CAN/CA
CAN LS+
CAN LS-
Seat-Drivers
C0255-8
GB,05
C0256-56G
GN,05
Module-Airbag
C0256-53G
GB,05
C0253-8 CAN LS+
SPL42-CAN/CA
GB,05
C0337-8
CAN LS-
C0337-9 CAN LS+
GB,05
Module-Drivers Door
GN,05
SPL37-CAN/CA
C0744-3
C0744-4
DRIVERS DOOR
GN,05
SPL39-CAN/CA
GB,05
GN,05
SPL31-CAN/CA
GB,05
SPL41-CAN/CA
GN,05
OBD II Diagnostic Body B Connector
GN,05
GB,05
C2118-11
GB,05
CAN LS+
Module-Phone
CAN LS- (OUT)
CAN LS+ (OUT)
Module
Driver Instrument
C2118-12
C2115-10
GN,05
GB,05
C2115-9
CAN LS+ (IN)
C2115-7
GN,05
GN,05
CAN LS- (IN)
C2115-8
GB,05
Module-Infotainment Control
CAN LS+ (IN)
C0428-5
CAN LS- (IN)
Centre Console Module
C0428-6
GN,05
GB,05
SPL12-CAN/FA
C1322-11
C0047-4
C1322-9
C1322-10
GN,05
CAN LS+ C0582-8
C1322-8
C0047-5
GB,05
120 Ohms
SPL30-CAN/CA
SPL40-CAN/CA
CAN LS- C0582-9
SPL38-CAN/CA
1-18
120 Ohms
4.
120 Ohms
Central Electronic
Module
The OBDII Diagnostic System
CAN Bus Fault Analysis
From the logged DTCs, check for relevant modules off-line. (Cross check against the following Low Speed CAN
Circuit). If any module is Off-Line, check the power and ground supplies to that module and service as necessary.
If no fault is found in the power and ground supplies, note the CEM fault code(s) and service the defective CAN
link as necessary following this procedure from step 5.
May 2002
The OBDII Diagnostic System
CAN Bus Fault Analysis
5.
If any of codes DE29, DE51, DE54, or DE58 is present, there is a continuity fault in the CAN Bus between the terminator resistors. Go to step 6.
If none of the above codes is logged but any of codes DE42, DE 43, DE45, DE52 or DE64 is present, the continuity check in step 6 should pass. The fault lies in a LS CAN bus spur and not in the main CAN bus between the
terminator resistors. Go to step 7.
6.
Switch off the ignition. Disconnect the battery. (Check with Elec Eng.)
Check resistance from LS CAN + to LS CAN - at the OBD II diagnostic socket.
Resistance should be 60Ω. (i.e. 2 x 120Ω terminator resistors in parallel)
Terminator resistors are in the Airbag Module and the DIM Module.
If 60Ω is measured, the circuits to the terminator resistors are good. Suspect a module failure
If 120Ω is measured, one of the circuits to the terminator resistors is open circuit. The fault is in either the DIM or
the Airbag sections of the LS CAN bus. Isolate each section and analyse the fault using continuity checks. Service
the open circuit as necessary.
7.
For each Logged DTC, access the module connector and complete continuity checks for the CAN + and CAN links to the OBD II diagnostic socket pins C0877-11 CAN - and C0877-3 CAN +.
Service any open or short circuits as necessary. Clear the CEM DTCs. Turn the ignition off and then on again.
Check that no CEM DTCs are logged at power on.
If no circuit faults are identified, the fault must lie in the relevant module. Replace the module. Clear the CEM
DTCs. Turn the ignition off and then on again. Check that no CEM DTCs are logged at power on.
May 2002
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The OBDII Diagnostic System
CAN Bus Fault Analysis
Special Tests
Soak and Road Test
The vacuum tests are only run during a drive cycle after the ignition has been switched off for more than 5 hours.
If less than 5 hours have elapsed, the vacuum tests are not included in the drive cycle.
Leave the vehicle parked overnight (or more than 5 hours and then run a road test which must include steady
running at over 40 m.p.h. for more than 5 minutes.
Quick Check - Battery and Battery Charging
Battery - Measure battery voltage from the jump start terminal to chassis ground. If less than 12.5 volts, suspect a
defective battery. Service/replace the battery as necessary and retest for a P0562 condition. If above 12.5 volts,
the battery is serviceable, go to the charging check.
Charging - Run the engine at 2000 rpm whilst the headlamps are switched on. Charge voltage measured from the
jump start terminal to chassis ground should be about 13.8 volts. If significantly below 13.8 volts, service the
charging system and retest for a P0562 condition. If at 13.8 volts, the charging system is serviceable.
1-20
May 2002
The OBDII Diagnostic System
CAN Bus Fault Analysis
Quick Check - Engine Fuelling
This procedure is intended as a quick check for correct engine running after major work on the fuel system. It uses
the WDS datalogger to monitor the engine management oxygen sensor output signals.
A regular fluctuating signal from all EGO sensors indicates normal fuelling and ignition performance on both sides
of the engine. If this is accompanied by a clear DTC log, then there are no current engine management problems.
1.
Connect the WDS and note all logged DTCs.
2.
Set the datalogger to monitor VEGO11 and VEGO21 for both PCMs.
VEGO = Voltage - Exhaust Gas Oxygen sensors
Also monitor ∆FPRESS (fuel rail pressure) for both fuel rails
3.
Start the engine and run at idle until the temperature gauge rises above minimum.
4.
Start the datalogger to monitor the upstream engine management VEGO signals. Observe the signal trace and
compare with the illustration below
V
1.0
0
0
t
Approximate Engine Management Oxygen Sensor Output
(Engine at idle or at steady state running)
5.
Note also the fuel rail pressure for both fuel rails.
6.
Raise the engine speed to a steady level of approximately 2000 rpm. Again monitor the upstream VEGO signals
and ∆FPRESS readings.
7.
If there are no engine management DTCs logged and if the signal patterns observed in steps 4 and 6 meet the following guidelines, then engine running is acceptable.
Look for:
•
•
•
•
•
8.
a regular rise and fall in the EGO signal voltage
Increased frequency of EGO signals with increasing rpm.
similar signal patterns from all four EGO sensors
no major irregularities over time
∆FPRESS above 40 psi for both engine banks
If the VEGO signal patterns are irregular or not closely matched, check for newly logged DTCs and investigate
them using the procedures in this manual. Stop the datalogger and switch off the engine.
May 2002
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The OBDII Diagnostic System
CAN Bus Fault Analysis
1-22
May 2002
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
OBD II Acronyms
A/C
A/T
ACC
ACCR
ACCS
ACPSW
AP
ATDC
B+
BARO
BOO
CANP
CKP
CMP
CO
CO2
CSE GND
DTC
DTM
DVOM
ECT
EEC
EVAP
FC
FP
FPM
GEN
GND
GVW
HC
HFC
HO2S
IAC
IAT
IDM
KAM
KAPWR
KOEO
KOER
M/T
MAF
MAF RTN
MIL
April 2004
Air Conditioning
Auto Transmission
Air Con Clutch
Air Con Clutch Request
Air Con Cycling Switch
Air Con Pressure Switch
Absolute Pressure
After TDC
Battery Positive Voltage
Barometric Pressure
Brake On/Off
Canister Purge
Crankshaft Position
Camshaft Position
Carbon Monoxide
Carbon Dioxide
Case Ground (PCM Ground)
Diagnostic Trouble Code
Diagnostic Test Mode
Digital Volt-Ohm Meter
Engine Coolant Temperature
Electronic Engine Control
Evaporative Emissions
Fan Control
Fuel Pump
Fuel Pump Monitor
Generator
Ground
Gross Vehicle Weight
Hydrocarbon
High Speed Fan Control
Heated Oxygen Sensor
Idle Air Control
Intake Air Temperature
Ignition Diagnostic Monitor
Keep Alive Memory
Keep Alive Power
Key On Engine Off Test
Key On Engine Running Test
Manual Transmission
Mass Air Flow
Mass Air Flow Signal Return
Malfunction Indicator Lamp
NC
NO
NOx
OBD
OSS
PATS
PCM
PCV
PNP
PSP
PWR GND
RPM
RTN
SIG RTN
TACH
TCC
TFT
TR
TSS
VECI Label
VPWR
VREF
VSS
Normally Closed
Normally Open
Oxides of Nitrogen
On Board Diagnostics
Output Shaft Speed
Passive Anti Theft System
Powertrain Control Module
Positive Crankcase Ventilation
Park Neutral Switch
Power Steering Pressure
Power Ground
Engine Revolutions per Minute
Return
Signal Return
Tachometer
Torque Convertor Clutch
Transmission Fluid Temperature
Transmission Range
Turbine Shaft Speed
Vehicle Emission Control Information
V Power, Vbatt+ switched Supply
Reference Voltage
Vehicle Speed Sensor
2-1
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0040, P0041
P0040-41 - Oxygen Sensor Signals Swapped
Heated Oxygen Sensor 1-1
Heated Oxygen Sensor 2-2
Heated Oxygen Sensor 2-1
Heated Oxygen Sensor 1-2
Figure 1. HO2S Location
Primary PCM
BP,0.5
Secondary PCM
BP,0.5 C2464-41G
C0636-41G
SIGRTN
Sensor-Heated Oxygen-FRNT
Sensor-Heated Oxygen-FRNT
SPL13-SRTN/EN
SPL10-VIGN/EN
BP,0.5
NY,1.0
C0370-3G
C0370-1
C0370-4G W,0.5
C0370-2
C0636-30G
UP,1.0
C0636-49
HEGO11
HTR11
NY,1.0
C0642-1
C0642-4G
C0642-2
RN,0.5 C0636-31G
PU,1.0
BP,0.5
SPL6-SRTN/EN
SPL9-VIGN/EN
BP,0.5 C0164-3G
C0164-4G W,0.5 C2464-30G
NY,1.0
C0164-2
C0164-1
C0636-50
C0908-4G RN,0.5 C2464-31G
NY,1.0
C0908-2
HEGO21
C0908-1
C0643-1
C0634-24G
SP,1.0
C0634-47
NY,1.0
HTR11
BP,0.5
C0637-6
BP,0.5 C0637-41G
HEGO21
HTR21
PRI/SEC
SIGRTN
HTR12
BP,0.5 C0103-3G
SPL4-SRTN/EN
NY,1.0
C0103-1
C0103-4G W,0.5 C0637-24G
C0103-2
UP,1.0
C0637-47
HEGO12
HTR12
Sensor-Catalyst Monitor-REAR
C0644-4G GN,0.5 C0634-25G
NY,1.0
C0644-2
PS,1.0
HEGO11
Sensor-Catalyst Monitor-FRNT
HEGO12
Sensor-Catalyst Monitor-REAR
BP,0.5 C0644-3G
C0644-1
C2464-50
C0634-41G
C0643-4G W,0.5
C0643-2
PS,1.0
HTR21
Sensor-Catalyst Monitor-FRNT
C0643-3G
C2464-49
BP,0.5 C0908-3G
SIGRTN
SPL11-SRTN/EN
BP,0.5
SP,1.0
Sensor-Heated Oxygen-REAR
Sensor-Heated Oxygen-REAR
BP,0.5 C0642-3G
SIGRTN
C0634-48
HEGO22
HTR22
BP,0.5 C0676-3G
C0676-4G GN,0.5 C0637-25G
NY,1.0
C0676-2
C0676-1
PU,1.0
C0637-48
HEGO22
HTR22
Figure 2. HO2S - PCM Interface Circuits
2-2
April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0040, P0041
Fault Code Definition
P0040 - HO2S 1-1 signal swapped to 2-1
P0041 - HO2S 1-2 signal swapped to 2-2
MIL Status
These codes will not light the MIL lamp
P0040, P0041 Fault Analysis
CAUTION: These codes may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary Powertrain Control Module
(PCM). Check that you are working on the correct
half of the engine.
Note: This fault is most likely to occur after an
error during service work on the sensor wiring.
Check recent work first.
1.
Access the oxygen sensor connections and correct the wiring in line with the accompanying
HO2S - PCM interface circuit.
2.
Reconnect all components. Clear the P0040 or
P0041 code and run a KOER test to ensure that
the problem is resolved.
April 2004
2-3
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0053-54 / P0059-60
P0053-54 / P0059-P0060 - Oxygen Sensor Heater Fault
Heated Oxygen Sensor 1-1
Heated Oxygen Sensor 2-2
Heated Oxygen Sensor 2-1
Heated Oxygen Sensor 1-2
Figure 1. HO2S Location
Primary PCM
BP,0.5
Secondary PCM
BP,0.5 C2464-41G
C0636-41G
SIGRTN
Sensor-Heated Oxygen-FRNT
Sensor-Heated Oxygen-FRNT
SPL13-SRTN/EN
SPL10-VIGN/EN
BP,0.5
C0370-3G
NY,1.0
C0370-1
C0370-4G W,0.5
C0370-2
C0636-30G
UP,1.0
C0636-49
HEGO11
HTR11
NY,1.0
C0642-1
C0642-4G
C0642-2
RN,0.5 C0636-31G
PU,1.0
BP,0.5
SPL6-SRTN/EN
SPL9-VIGN/EN
BP,0.5 C0164-3G
C0164-4G W,0.5 C2464-30G
NY,1.0
C0164-2
C0164-1
C0636-50
C0908-4G RN,0.5 C2464-31G
NY,1.0
C0908-2
HEGO21
C0908-1
C0643-1
C0634-24G
SP,1.0
C0634-47
NY,1.0
HTR11
BP,0.5
C0637-6
BP,0.5 C0637-41G
HEGO21
HTR21
PRI/SEC
SIGRTN
HTR12
BP,0.5 C0103-3G
SPL4-SRTN/EN
NY,1.0
C0103-1
C0103-4G W,0.5 C0637-24G
C0103-2
UP,1.0
C0637-47
HEGO12
HTR12
Sensor-Catalyst Monitor-REAR
C0644-4G GN,0.5 C0634-25G
NY,1.0
C0644-2
PS,1.0
HEGO11
Sensor-Catalyst Monitor-FRNT
HEGO12
Sensor-Catalyst Monitor-REAR
BP,0.5 C0644-3G
C0644-1
C2464-50
C0634-41G
C0643-4G W,0.5
C0643-2
PS,1.0
HTR21
Sensor-Catalyst Monitor-FRNT
C0643-3G
C2464-49
BP,0.5 C0908-3G
SIGRTN
SPL11-SRTN/EN
BP,0.5
SP,1.0
Sensor-Heated Oxygen-REAR
Sensor-Heated Oxygen-REAR
BP,0.5 C0642-3G
SIGRTN
C0634-48
HEGO22
HTR22
BP,0.5 C0676-3G
C0676-4G GN,0.5 C0637-25G
NY,1.0
C0676-2
C0676-1
PU,1.0
C0637-48
HEGO22
HTR22
Figure 2. HO2S - PCM Interface Circuits
2-4
April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0053-54 / P0059-60
Fault Code Definition
P0053 - HO2S 1-1 heater circuit malfunction
P0054 - HO2S 1-2 heater circuit malfunction
P0059 - HO2S 2-1 heater circuit malfunction
P0060 - HO2S 2-2 heater circuit malfunction
7.
If the heater resistance is in specification, check
for a short circuit to ground within the sensor.
Measure from the sensor power connection to the
sensor case. If the resistance is less than 10kΩ,
replace the sensor.
8.
If the resistance in step 7 is greater than 10kΩ,
Check for shorts to other grounds and to Vpower
in the heater ground harness circuits. If the resistance reading is less than 10kΩ repair or replace
the affected wiring.
9.
If continuity is good, consult Aston Martin Technical Support.
MIL Status
These codes will light the MIL lamp
P0053, P0054, P0059, P0060 Fault Analysis
CAUTION: These codes may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary Powertrain Control Module
(PCM). Check that you are working on the correct
half of the engine.
1.
Access the oxygen sensor connections and visually inspect for exposed wires, contamination,
corrosion and proper assembly. Service or repair
any obvious defects.
2.
Connect the WDS or scan tool. Record all logged
DTCs and then clear both PCMs. Start the engine
and run at idle until fully warmed up. Run the
KOER test sequence from the WDS. Check which
of the codes P0053, P0054, P0059 or P0060 is
present. Switch off the engine.
3.
Disconnect the appropriate heated oxygen sensor
and inspect both ends of the connectors for damaged or pushed out pins, moisture, corrosion,
contamination, etc. Service as necessary.
4.
Install the oxygen sensor break-out lead. Connect
a voltmeter between +12 volt power (pin 1) and
the heater return lines (pin 2) at the break-out
lead. Switch on the ignition and immediately
note the steady peak voltage. The voltage should
be above 10.5 volts. Switch off the ignition.
Caution: The heater voltage will begin to switch
as the heater warms up. Note only the initial
steady state voltage before switching begins.
5.
If a low voltage was detected in step 4, check for
a partial or complete open circuit in the heater
power or heater return lines to the sensor connector. Repair the wiring as necessary.
6.
If the applied voltage measured in step 4 is above
10.5 volts, check the resistance of the HO2S
heater which should be between 3 and 5Ω when
cold. If the heater resistance is not within range,
replace the oxygen sensor.
April 2004
2-5
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0068
P0068 - MAF v Throttle Potentiometer Correlation Check
MAF/IAT Sensor
Throttle Body
Throttle Motor and
Throttle Potentiometer
Figure 1. MAF and TP Locations
Primary PCM
Motor-Electronic Throttle A
TPRTN
TPBVREF
TP1-NS
TP2-PS
TACMTACM+
C2465-2 G
OR,0.5
C0636-7G
C2465-3 G
OW,0.5
C0636-18G
C2465-5 G
OU,0.5
C0636-19G
C2465-6 G
OG,0.5
C0636-29G
C2465-1 G
OY,05
C2465-4 G
OS,05
C0636-47
C2466-2 G
OR,0.5
C2464-7G
C2466-3 G
OW,0.5
C2464-18G
TPBVREF
TP1-NS
C2466-5 G
OU,0.5
C2464-19G
TP2-PS
C2466-6 G
OG,0.5
C2464-29G
C2466-1 G
OY,05
C2464-48
TACMTACM+
C2466-4 G
OS,05
C2464-47
TP1-NS
TP2-PS
TACMTACM+
Secondary PCM
Motor-Electronic Throttle B
TPRTN
C0636-48
TPRTN
TPBVREF
TPRTN
TPBVREF
TP1-NS
TP2-PS
TACMTACM+
Figure 2. Throttle Potentiometer Circuits
2-6
April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0068
Underbonnet Fusebox
Sensor-Mass Air Flow (7-12)
RELAY 5
F9
C0578-2
20.0 Amps
NY,0.5
C2275-5 C2370-6G
SPL5-VIGN/EN
VPWR
SIGRTN
NY,0.5
IAT
Secondary PCM
C2370-2G
UB,0.5 C2275-1
SPL6-SRTN/EN
BP,0.5
C2464-41G
C2370-1G
UY,0.5 C2275-2
UY,0.5
C2464-13G
C2370-4G
UG,0.5 C2275-3
UG,0.5
C0637-10G
C2370-3G
UR,0.5 C2275-4
UR,0.5
C0637-9G
SIGRTNA
IAT
DIODE 5
RELAY 3
Sheet 61 C2608-1
VBATT
C0579-8
VIGN
Sheet 61 C0574-6
GND
MAFRTN
F13
C0552-1 C2370-5G
C0577-6
Earth-MAF
Sensor B
20.0 Amps
NY,0.5
Sensor-Mass Air Flow (1-6)
C2275-10 C0149-6G
C2409-1
SPL2-VIGN/EN
MAF
MAF+
B,0.5
NY,0.5
DIODE 4
GND
MAF-
VPWR
SIGRTN
NY,0.5
IAT
Primary PCM
C2275-6
SPL13-SRTN/EN
BP,0.5
C0636-41G
C0149-2G
BP,0.5
C0149-1G
SW,0.5 C2275-7
SW,0.5
C0636-13G
C0149-4G
UG,0.5 C2275-8
UG,0.5
C0634-10G
C0149-3G
UR,0.5 C2275-9
UR,0.5
C0634-9G
SIGRTNA
IAT
Central Electronic
Module
C0584-39
IGN. OUT
F54
MAFRTN
C0551-1 C0149-5G
10.0 Amps
Earth-MAF
Sensor A
GND
MAF
MAFMAF+
B,0.5
Figure 2. MAF Sensor Circuits
Fault Code Definition
3.
P0068 - MAF v Throttle Correlation Check
MIL Status
Note: LOAD is calculated using the MAF sensor signal
as a primary control parameter.
This code will light the MIL lamp
If either the TP or LOAD signals show a discrepancy when compared bank to bank, consider the
readings from the PCM logging the P0068 code
as being suspect. Go to step 4.
P0068 Fault Analysis
CAUTION: This codes may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary Powertrain Control Module
(PCM). Check that you are working on the correct
half of the engine.
4.
Note: This code is monitored by comparing the LOAD
(Throttle plate position) and TP (Throttle Potentiometer)
parameters in the PCM. Any illogical set of comparison
data (i.e. throttle closed but load high) will trigger a
fault condition. The code will be logged under the following conditions:
If LOAD is less than 30% and TP is greater than 2.4
volts
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that a P0068 code
is logged. Note which PCM is indicating the fault
and record all other logged DTCs.
2.
If any throttle potentiometer faults are logged,
resolve these codes first and return to this procedure only if P0068 is logged again after clearing
other throttle potentiometer codes.
April 2004
Disconnect the air trunking from both throttle
bodies. Switch on the ignition. Have a colleague
press and release the throttle pedal several times,
whilst monitoring the TP signal.
If the TP readings do not accurately follow the
throttle movement, Replace the throttle assembly.
If TP readings do accurately follow the throttle
movement, the MAF sensor is suspect. Go to step
5.
If LOAD is greater than 60% and TP is less than 2.4
volts
or
Using WDS datalogger, record the TP, MAF and
LOAD parameters for both engine banks during a
KOER test. Open and close the throttle several
times to simulate an increasing/decreasing engine
load.
5.
Note the MAF readings from step 3. Swap the
MAF sensors bank to bank. Clear the P0068 code
and run a fresh KOER test.
If the fault is logged on the other engine bank and
the MAF trsace is suspect, replace the faulty MAF
sensor, clear the P0068 code and run a further
KOER test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
If the fault is logged again on the original engine
bank, service the MAF sensor wiring as necessary,
clear the P0068 code and run a further KOER test
to ensure that the problem is resolved.
2-7
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0087
P0087 - Fuel Starvation Fault
Figure 1. Fuel Pumps Location
Boot Fusebox
RELAY 1
Module-FPDM B (7-12)
Sheet 61 C2609-1 VBATT
F8
C2011-1
20.0 Amps C2011-9
RELAY 2
GW,2.0
OG,1.0
C2369-5
VIGN
MFP
FPM
C2011-3
RW,2.0
C0607-6
20.0 Amps C2011-10 OG,1.0
GND
GW,2.0
SPL82-TRACK/CA
DIODE 2
F9
Sheet 61 C2010-8
GW,2.0 C0607-5
C1187-1
G,20
C2369-1
C1187-2
B,20
C2369-2
C2369-3
UG,0.5
C2242-5
UG,0.5 C0638-12G
C2369-4
GU,0.5
C2242-6
GU,0.5 C0638-21G
Secondary PCM
PUMP+
PUMPC2369-6
DIODE 1
MFP (PWM)
FPM (DIAG)
GND
B,2.0
B,2.5
C2727-1
Earth-FPDMs
SPL56-GND/CA
See Power Distribution
Central Electronic
Module
FUEL PUMP
RELAY (R15)
FUEL PUMP SUPP. C0584-16
OG,1.0
C0608-5
C0587-7
BW,0.5
SPL5-VFPRLY/BT
C1187-5
C0587-5
RW,0.5
C1187-6
F74
2
FUEL LVL RTN
15.0 Amps
FUEL PUMP
FUEL LVL SIG
OG,1.0
FUEL PUMP FEEDBACK
Fuel Tank
Fuel Pump-B (RH)
Sensor-Fuel Level
+
C0205-1
MOTOR
C2303-1
C0115-5
C0114-5
RW,0.5
C2303-4
C0115-2
C0114-2
BW,0.5
C0115-3
C0114-3
G,20
C0115-6
C0114-6
B,20
C0205-2
-
Module-FPDM A (1-6)
FPM
Fuel Pump-A (LH)
MFP
RW,2.0
MOTOR
C2203-5
C0204-2
C0115-4
C0114-4
B,20
C1187-3
B,20
C2203-2
C0204-1
C0115-1
C0114-1
R,20
C1187-4
R,20
C2203-1
+
Earth-Fuel Tank
C2899-1
B,2.0
C2934-1
Earth-Body
C2203-4
RU,0.5
C2242-8
RU,0.5 C0635-21G
C2203-3
UR,0.5
C2242-7
UR,0.5 C0635-12G
VIGN
FPM (DIAG)
MFP (PWM)
Primary PCM
PUMPPUMP+
GND
C2203-6
B,2.0
B,2.5
SPL56-GND/CA
C2727-1
Earth-FPDMs
Figure 2. Fuel Pump Circuits
2-8
April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0087
Fault Code Definition
6.
P0087 - Fuel starvation, fuel supply pressure 20psi
less than demand.
If no obvious restriction is identified, go to step 7.
If an obvious restriction is identified, service the
affected fuel line as necessary. Clear the P0087
code and run the fuel pressure test again to confirm that the problem is resolved.
MIL Status
This codes will light the MIL lamp
P0087 Fault Analysis
CAUTION: This code may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary Powertrain Control Module
(PCM). Check that you are working on the correct
half of the engine.
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P0087 is
logged.
2.
Set WDS datalogger to monitor the fuel pressure
demand and the actual fuel pressure on both
engine banks.
3.
Start the engine and start datalogger. Increase/
decrease engine speed several times.
4.
Stop the engine and stop the datalogger. Analyse
the datalogger information.
If both pumps are running, (fuel pressure well
above 0psi but one fuel pressure low), check all
fuel lines for crushing or other obvious restriction.
7.
Strip and service the fuel lines/fuel pump as necessary to rectify the cause of the pressure reduction. Clear the P0087 code and run the fuel
pressure test again to confirm that the problem is
resolved.
If the requested fuel pressure is not being
achieved on one engine bank, check that ignition
voltage is supplied to each fuel pump drive module. +12v at boot fusebox F8 and F9 with ignition
on.
If both voltages read 12v, go to step 5 (fuel pump
not running) or step 6 (fuel pump running but
pressure low).
If either voltage reads less than 12v, service the
relevant fuel pump relay as necessary. Clear the
P0087 code and retest as in steps 2-4 to ensure
that the required fuel pressure is delivered.
5.
If the affected fuel pump is not running (fuel rail
pressure 0psi), compare the fuel pump drive signals at the drive modules.
Pump A
C2203-1 + to C2203-2 -
Pump B
C2369-1 + to C2369-2 -
If one output is lower than the other, service the
fuel pump drive module and circuit as necessary.
Reconect all components. Clear the P0087 code
and repeat the fuel pressure test to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
April 2004
2-9
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0102
P0102 - Mass Airflow Sensor (MAF)
MAF/IAT Sensor
Figure 1. MAFS Location
Underbonnet Fusebox
Sensor-Mass Air Flow (7-12)
RELAY 5
F9
C0578-2
20.0 Amps
NY,0.5
C2275-5 C2370-6G
SPL5-VIGN/EN
VPWR
SIGRTN
NY,0.5
IAT
Secondary PCM
C2370-2G
UB,0.5 C2275-1
SPL6-SRTN/EN
BP,0.5
C2464-41G
C2370-1G
UY,0.5 C2275-2
UY,0.5
C2464-13G
C2370-4G
UG,0.5 C2275-3
UG,0.5
C0637-10G
C2370-3G
UR,0.5 C2275-4
UR,0.5
C0637-9G
SIGRTNA
IAT
DIODE 5
RELAY 3
Sheet 61 C2608-1
C0579-8
Sheet 61 C0574-6
VBATT
F13
C0552-1 C2370-5G
C0577-6
Earth-MAF
Sensor B
20.0 Amps
VIGN
GND
MAFRTN
NY,0.5
Sensor-Mass Air Flow (1-6)
C2275-10 C0149-6G
C2409-1
SPL2-VIGN/EN
MAF
MAFMAF+
B,0.5
NY,0.5
DIODE 4
GND
VPWR
SIGRTN
NY,0.5
IAT
Primary PCM
C2275-6
SPL13-SRTN/EN
BP,0.5
C0636-41G
C0149-2G
BP,0.5
C0149-1G
SW,0.5 C2275-7
SW,0.5
C0636-13G
C0149-4G
UG,0.5 C2275-8
UG,0.5
C0634-10G
C0149-3G
UR,0.5 C2275-9
UR,0.5
C0634-9G
SIGRTNA
IAT
Central Electronic
Module
C0584-39
IGN. OUT
F54
MAFRTN
C0551-1 C0149-5G
10.0 Amps
Earth-MAF
Sensor A
GND
MAF
MAFMAF+
B,0.5
Figure 2. MAFS - PCM Interface Circuit
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April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0102
Fault Code Definition
Power Ground. The supply voltage must be
greater than 10.5 Volts and less than 13.5 volts.
P0102 - The MAF signal went below 0.24 volts
during normal engine running.
MIL Status
If the voltage is in range, go to step 6, if not, go to
step 5.
6.
This code will light the MIL lamp
Fault Analysis Procedure
Key off, disconnect the PCM connector and
install the break-out box. Check continuity from
the following MAF harness connector pins to the
PCM connector pins listed.
MAF pin 5 to chassis ground
CAUTION: This code may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary PCM. Check that you are
working on the correct half of the engine.
MAF pin 3 to primary PCM pin C0634-9 (MAF+)
or MAF pin 3 to secondary PCM pin C0637-9
(MAF+)
1.
Connect the WDS or Scan Tool. Check that fault
code P0102 is present. Set the datalogger to monitor both MAF signals.
MAF pin 4 to primary PCM pin C0634-10 (MAF-)
or MAF pin 4 to secondary PCM pin C0637-10
(MAF-)
2.
Check the air filter and all ducting for blockage or
leaks. Repair if necessary.
3.
Run the engine up to 1500 rpm for 5 seconds.
Read both Mass Air Flow signals and check if
either MAF voltage is less than 0.24V (i.e. below
minimum volts).
If any open circuit is identified, repair the fault.
Reconnect the MAF sensor and the PCM. Switch
on the ignition and clear the P0102 code. Repeat
the KOER test to ensure that the P0102 problem is
resolved.
If both MAF signals are in range, the fault is not
present at this time and testing is complete.
4.
If no open circuit is detected, go to step 7.
7.
Reconnect the MAF sensor. Key on and start the
engine.
If either MAF voltage is below 0.24 volts, go to
step 4.
Check the MAF signal level between pins 3 and 4
of the sensor connector.
Check the VPWR voltage on MAF sensor pin 6. If
the supply voltage is below 10.5 volts, key off.
Remove underbonnet fuses F18 (MAF 1-6) or F6
(MAF 7-12). Check the fuse continuity and
replace if necessary.
If the signal is below 0.27 volts, replace the MAF
sensor.
If the signal level is above 0.27 volts and code
P0102 persists, call Aston Martin technical support.
Switch on the ignition. Check for correct 12V
ignition supply at the fuse input terminal.
If the voltage is below 10.5V, troubleshoot the
Battery + supply through underbonnet relays 5
and 3.
If the voltage is in the range 10.5-13.5V, troubleshoot and repair the open circuit in the 12V supply from F18 or F6 to MAF sensor connector pin
C2370-6 or C0149-6. Replace F18 and F6.
Switch on the ignition and clear the P0102 code.
Repeat the KOER test to ensure that the P0102
problem is resolved.
5.
Key off, disconnect the MAF Sensor, key on
engine off. Measure the voltage across MAF harness connector pin 6 +12V EMS supply and pin 5
April 2004
2-11
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0103
P0103 - Mass Airflow Sensor
MAF/IAT Sensor
Figure 1. MAF Location
Underbonnet Fusebox
Sensor-Mass Air Flow (7-12)
RELAY 5
F9
C0578-2
20.0 Amps
NY,0.5
C2275-5 C2370-6G
SPL5-VIGN/EN
VPWR
SIGRTN
NY,0.5
IAT
Secondary PCM
C2370-2G
UB,0.5 C2275-1
SPL6-SRTN/EN
BP,0.5
C2464-41G
C2370-1G
UY,0.5 C2275-2
UY,0.5
C2464-13G
C2370-4G
UG,0.5 C2275-3
UG,0.5
C0637-10G
C2370-3G
UR,0.5 C2275-4
UR,0.5
C0637-9G
SIGRTNA
IAT
DIODE 5
RELAY 3
Sheet 61 C2608-1
VBATT
C0579-8
VIGN
Sheet 61 C0574-6
GND
MAFRTN
F13
C0552-1 C2370-5G
C0577-6
Earth-MAF
Sensor B
20.0 Amps
NY,0.5
Sensor-Mass Air Flow (1-6)
C2275-10 C0149-6G
C2409-1
SPL2-VIGN/EN
MAF
MAF+
B,0.5
NY,0.5
DIODE 4
GND
MAF-
VPWR
SIGRTN
NY,0.5
IAT
Primary PCM
C2275-6
SPL13-SRTN/EN
BP,0.5
C0636-41G
C0149-2G
BP,0.5
C0149-1G
SW,0.5 C2275-7
SW,0.5
C0636-13G
C0149-4G
UG,0.5 C2275-8
UG,0.5
C0634-10G
C0149-3G
UR,0.5 C2275-9
UR,0.5
C0634-9G
SIGRTNA
IAT
Central Electronic
Module
C0584-39
IGN. OUT
F54
MAFRTN
C0551-1 C0149-5G
10.0 Amps
Earth-MAF
Sensor A
GND
MAF
MAFMAF+
B,0.5
Figure 2. MAF - PCM Interface Circuit
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April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0103
Fault Code Definition
P0103 - The MAF signal went above 4.80 volts
during normal engine running.
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp
P0103 Fault Analysis
CAUTION: This code may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary PCM. Check that you are
working on the correct half of the engine.
1.
Connect the WDS or Scan Tool. Check that fault
code P0103 is present. Set the datalogger to monitor both MAF signals.
2.
P0103 can be caused by a contaminated sensor.
Remove the sensor and check for contamination
on the sensor screen. If contamination is present,
replace the MAF sensor and overhaul the air
intake filter system to repair the contamination
source. Retest after reassembly. If P0103 is still
present, carry out the following analysis.
3.
Run the engine up to 1500 rpm for 5 seconds.
Read the MAF signal levels and check which
MAF voltage is above 4.80V.
4.
Key off, disconnect the suspect MAF sensor, key
on. Check the MAF signal again.
If the voltage is still above 4.60V, there is a short
between +12V Power and the MAF signal line to
Primary PCM pin C0634-9 or Secondary PCM pin
C0637-9. Repair the short circuit and go to step
5.
If the voltage has dropped to below 0.24 volts,
there is an internal short from Vpower to the MAF
signal line inside the sensor. Replace the MAF
sensor.
5.
Clear the P0103 code. Run the KOER test and
check that P0103 does not recur.
April 2004
2-13
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0104
P0104 - Mass Airflow Sensor
MAF/IAT Sensor
Figure 1. MAF Location
Underbonnet Fusebox
Sensor-Mass Air Flow (7-12)
RELAY 5
F9
C0578-2
20.0 Amps
NY,0.5
C2275-5 C2370-6G
SPL5-VIGN/EN
VPWR
SIGRTN
NY,0.5
IAT
Secondary PCM
C2370-2G
UB,0.5 C2275-1
SPL6-SRTN/EN
BP,0.5
C2464-41G
C2370-1G
UY,0.5 C2275-2
UY,0.5
C2464-13G
C2370-4G
UG,0.5 C2275-3
UG,0.5
C0637-10G
C2370-3G
UR,0.5 C2275-4
UR,0.5
C0637-9G
SIGRTNA
IAT
DIODE 5
RELAY 3
Sheet 61 C2608-1
VBATT
C0579-8
VIGN
Sheet 61 C0574-6
GND
MAFRTN
F13
C0552-1 C2370-5G
C0577-6
Earth-MAF
Sensor B
20.0 Amps
NY,0.5
Sensor-Mass Air Flow (1-6)
C2275-10 C0149-6G
C2409-1
SPL2-VIGN/EN
MAF
MAF+
B,0.5
NY,0.5
DIODE 4
GND
MAF-
VPWR
SIGRTN
NY,0.5
IAT
Primary PCM
C2275-6
SPL13-SRTN/EN
BP,0.5
C0636-41G
C0149-2G
BP,0.5
C0149-1G
SW,0.5 C2275-7
SW,0.5
C0636-13G
C0149-4G
UG,0.5 C2275-8
UG,0.5
C0634-10G
C0149-3G
UR,0.5 C2275-9
UR,0.5
C0634-9G
SIGRTNA
IAT
Central Electronic
Module
C0584-39
IGN. OUT
F54
MAFRTN
C0551-1 C0149-5G
10.0 Amps
Earth-MAF
Sensor A
GND
MAF
MAFMAF+
B,0.5
Figure 2. MAF - PCM Interface Circuit
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April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0104
Fault Code Definition
P0104 - The MAF signal was intermittent.
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp
P0104 Fault Analysis
CAUTION: This code may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary PCM. Check that you are
working on the correct half of the engine.
1.
Connect the WDS or Scan Tool. Check that fault
code P0104 is present. Set the datalogger to monitor both MAF signals.
2.
During a brief road test, record both MAF signals
and confirm which sensor is providing an intermittent signal.
3.
P0104 can be caused by a contaminated sensor.
Remove the sensor and check for contamination
on the sensor screen. If contamination is present,
replace the MAF sensor and overhaul the air
intake filter system to repair the contamination
source. Retest after reassembly. If P0104 is still
present, carry out the following analysis.
4.
For intermittent/erratic signal levels, monitor the
MAF signal with the engine running whilst shaking/wiggling the engine harness between the
MAF sensor and the PCM.
If any inconsistency is identified, service the
affected part of the harness as necessary. Clear
the P0104 code and run a KOER test to ensure
that the problem is resolved.
April 2004
2-15
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0107
P0107 - Barometric Pressure Sensor
Barometric Pressure Sensor
Boot (Trunk) Fusebox
Figure 1. Barometric Pressure Sensor Location
Sensor-Barometric Pressure
BVREF
BAP
SIGRTN
Primary PCM
C0188-2
Y,0.5
C0117-19
Y,0.5
SPL26-BVREF/EN
C2243-17
Y,0.5
C0634-40G
C0188-3
P,0.5
C0117-18
P,0.5
C2243-16
C0188-1
BP,0.5
C0117-20
BP,0.5 C2243-18
P,0.5
C0634-36G
BP,0.5
C0634-41G
BVREF
BAP
SIGRTN
SPL11-SRTN/EN
Figure 2. BFS - PCM Interface Circuit
2-16
April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0107
Fault Code Definition
P0107 - The barometric pressure signal went below 2.4 volts during normal engine running.
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp
P0107 Fault Analysis
CAUTION: The barometric pressure signal is
input only into the Primary PCM. Check that you
are working on the correct half of the engine.
1.
Connect the WDS or Scan Tool. Check that fault
code P0107 is present.
2.
Using WDS, monitor the BAP signal. If the signal
level is not within the range 2.45 - 4.8 volts, go to
step 3. If the signal level is within the range 2.45 4.8 volts, the fault is not currently present. Treat
this as a possible intermittent problem.
3.
Switch off the ignition. Disconnect C0188 at the
barometric pressure sensor. Connect a voltmeter
across pins 1 and 2 of the harness connector.
Switch on the ignition.
If +5 volts is measured, the BVREF and Signal
return lines are good. go to step 4.
If 0 volts is measured, go to step 5.
4.
Check continuity of the signal line from sensor
connector pin 3 to Primary PCM connector
C0634-36.
If continuity is good, Substitute a good sensor.
Clear the P0107 code and run a KOER test to
ensure that the problem is resolved. If the problem recurs, change both PCMs.
If continuity is poor, Service the signal line wiring
as necessary. Clear the P0107 code and run a
KOER test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
5.
Connect the breakout box to the primary PCM.
Switch on the ignition and measure for +5VDC
from C0634-40 to chassis ground.
If +5 volts is measured, the BVREF signal is good.
There is an open circuit in the BVREF or Signal
return lines to the barometric pressure sensor.
Service the wiring as necessary. Clear the P0107
code and run a KOER test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
April 2004
2-17
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0108
P0108 - Barometric Pressure Sensor
Barometric Pressure Sensor
Boot (Trunk) Fusebox
Figure 1. Barometric Pressure Sensor Location
Sensor-Barometric Pressure
BVREF
BAP
SIGRTN
Primary PCM
C0188-2
Y,0.5
C0117-19
Y,0.5
SPL26-BVREF/EN
C2243-17
Y,0.5
C0634-40G
C0188-3
P,0.5
C0117-18
P,0.5
C2243-16
C0188-1
BP,0.5
C0117-20
BP,0.5 C2243-18
P,0.5
C0634-36G
BP,0.5
C0634-41G
BVREF
BAP
SIGRTN
SPL11-SRTN/EN
Figure 2. BFS - PCM Interface Circuit
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April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0108
Fault Code Definition
P0108 - The barometric pressure signal went high
during normal engine running.
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp
P0108 Fault Analysis
CAUTION: The barometric pressure signal is
input only into the Primary PCM.
1.
Connect the WDS or Scan Tool. Check that fault
code P0108 is present.
2.
Using WDS, monitor the BAP signal. If the signal
level is not within the range 2.45 - 4.8 volts, go to
step 3. If the signal level is within the range 2.4 4.8 volts, the fault is not currently present. Treat
this as a possible intermittent problem.
3.
Switch off the ignition. Disconnect C0188 at the
barometric pressure sensor. Connect a voltmeter
across pins 1 and 2 of the harness connector.
Switch on the ignition.
If +5 volts is measured, the BVREF and Signal
return lines are good. go to step 4.
If +5 volts is not present, troubleshoot the +5 volt
supply and signal return lines from the primary
PCM.
4.
With the meter connected to pins 1 and 2 of the
barometric pressure sensor and the ignition
switched on, shake/wiggle the harnesses between
the sensor and the PCM to detect any short circuit
from +12 volts to the BAP signal or return lines. If
the meter reads more than +4.8 volts at any time,
go to step 5.
If the signal remains in the range 0-4.8 volts, the
problem cause is not present at this time and testing is complete.
5.
Check and service the short circuit from +12 volts
to the BAP signal line. Clear the P0108 code. Run
a KOER test to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
April 2004
2-19
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0109
P0109 - Barometric Pressure Sensor
Barometric Pressure Sensor
Boot (Trunk) Fusebox
Figure 1. Barometric Pressure Sensor Location
Sensor-Barometric Pressure
BVREF
BAP
SIGRTN
Primary PCM
C0188-2
Y,0.5
C0117-19
Y,0.5
SPL26-BVREF/EN
C2243-17
Y,0.5
C0634-40G
C0188-3
P,0.5
C0117-18
P,0.5
C2243-16
C0188-1
BP,0.5
C0117-20
BP,0.5 C2243-18
P,0.5
C0634-36G
BP,0.5
C0634-41G
BVREF
BAP
SIGRTN
SPL11-SRTN/EN
Figure 2. BFS - PCM Interface Circuit
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0109
Fault Code Definition
P0109 - The barometric pressure signal was intermittent.
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp
P0109 Fault Analysis
CAUTION: The barometric pressure signal is
input only into the Primary PCM. Check that you
are working on the correct half of the engine.
1.
Connect the WDS or Scan Tool. Check that fault
code P0109 is present.
2.
Using WDS, monitor the BAP signal. If the signal
level is not within the range 2.45 - 4.8 volts, go to
step 3. If the signal level is within the range 2.4 4.8 volts, the fault is not currently present.
3.
Switch off the ignition. Disconnect C0188 at the
barometric pressure sensor. Connect a voltmeter
across pins 1 and 2 of the harness connector.
Switch on the ignition.
If +5 volts is measured, the BVREF and Signal
return lines are good. go to step 4.
If +5 volts is not present, troubleshoot the +5 volt
supply and signal return lines from the primary
PCM.
4.
With the meter connected to pins 1 and 2 of the
barometric pressure sensor and the ignition
switched on, shake/wiggle the harnesses between
the sensor and the PCM to detect any short circuit
from +12 volts to the BAP signal or return lines. If
the meter reads more than +4.8 volts at any time,
go to step 5.
If the signal remains in the range 0-4.8 volts, the
problem cause is not present at this time and testing is complete.
5.
Check and service the short circuit from +12 volts
to the BAP signal line. Clear the P0109 code. Run
a KOER test to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
April 2004
2-21
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0112/P0113/P0114
P0112/0113/0114 - Intake Air Temperature Sensor
MAF/IAT Sensor
Note: The intake air temperature sensors are located in the MAF sensor assemblies
Figure 1. IAT Location
Underbonnet Fusebox
Sensor-Mass Air Flow (7-12)
RELAY 5
F9
C0578-2
20.0 Amps
NY,0.5
C2275-5 C2370-6G
SPL5-VIGN/EN
VPWR
SIGRTN
NY,0.5
IAT
Secondary PCM
C2370-2G
UB,0.5 C2275-1
SPL6-SRTN/EN
BP,0.5
C2464-41G
C2370-1G
UY,0.5 C2275-2
UY,0.5
C2464-13G
C2370-4G
UG,0.5 C2275-3
UG,0.5
C0637-10G
C2370-3G
UR,0.5 C2275-4
UR,0.5
C0637-9G
SIGRTNA
IAT
DIODE 5
RELAY 3
Sheet 61 C2608-1
C0579-8
Sheet 61 C0574-6
VBATT
F13
C0577-6
Earth-MAF
Sensor B
20.0 Amps
VIGN
GND
MAFRTN
C0552-1 C2370-5G
NY,0.5
Sensor-Mass Air Flow (1-6)
C2275-10 C0149-6G
C2409-1
SPL2-VIGN/EN
MAF
MAFMAF+
B,0.5
NY,0.5
DIODE 4
GND
VPWR
SIGRTN
NY,0.5
IAT
Primary PCM
C2275-6
SPL13-SRTN/EN
BP,0.5
C0636-41G
C0149-2G
BP,0.5
C0149-1G
SW,0.5 C2275-7
SW,0.5
C0636-13G
C0149-4G
UG,0.5 C2275-8
UG,0.5
C0634-10G
C0149-3G
UR,0.5 C2275-9
UR,0.5
C0634-9G
SIGRTNA
IAT
Central Electronic
Module
C0584-39
IGN. OUT
F54
MAFRTN
C0551-1 C0149-5G
10.0 Amps
Earth-MAF
Sensor A
GND
MAF
MAFMAF+
B,0.5
Figure 2. IAT - PCM Interface Circuit
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April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0112/P0113/P0114
Fault Code Definition
P0112 - The IAT signal went below 0.2 volts during continuous testing. (Temperature reading excessively high)
If a short circuit is identified, service the wiring as
necessary. Reconnect the components and go to
step 6.
4.
P0113 - The IAT signal went above 4.60 volts during continuous testing. (Temperature reading excessively low)
Key off, disconnect the MAF/IAT sensor, key on.
Measure the voltage across the MAF/IAT sensor
harness connector pin 6 and pin 5, key on.
Approximately 12.0 volts should be present.
P0114 - The IAT signal was intermittent or erratic
If 12V is not present, there is an open circuit in
the 12V supply line or in the PWRGND line.
Service the wiring as necessary and go to step 5.
MIL Status
P0112 and P0113 will light the MIL lamp. P0114
will not light the MIL lamp
If approximately 12.0 volts is present, check the
resistance of the IAT sensor. Consult the table
below, the resistance should be within 15% of the
values in the table. If the resistance is very high or
infinite, change the IAT sensor.
P0112/P0113/P0114 Fault Analysis
CAUTION: These codes may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary Powertrain Control Module
(PCM). Check that you are working on the correct
half of the engine.
1.
Connect the WDS or scan tool and confirm that
P0112, P0113 or P0114 is present.
2.
Run the engine and read the Intake Air Temperature signal. The voltage should be in the range
0.27 - 3.51 volts (see the table of IAT Sensor Values).
3.
P0112 - For low voltage readings, suspect a short
circuit of the signal (Primary PCM pin C0636-13
or secondary PCM pin C2464-13) to ground or to
signal return.
Key off, connect the PCM break-out box and
check for short circuit between the lines from following PCM pins:
Primary PCM pin C0636-13 to the MAF/IAT sensor and from the MAF/IAT sensor to PCM pin
C0636-41 (i.e. between the IAT signal and IAT
signal return lines).
or
Secondary PCM pin C2464-13 to the MAF/IAT
sensor and from the MAF/IAT sensor to PCM pin
C2464-41 (i.e. between the IAT signal and IAT
signal return lines).
Also check for short circuit to ground on the line
from Primary PCM pin C0636-13 or Secondary
PCM pin C2464-13 to the chassis ground.
April 2004
P0113 - For high voltage readings (above 4.60
volts) suspect an open circuit in the sensor wiring
or internally within the sensor.
Go to step 6
5.
P0114 - For intermittent/erratic signal levels,
monitor the Intake Air Temperature signal whilst
shaking/wiggling the engine harness between the
affected MAF sensor and the PCM.
If any inconsistency is identified, service the
affected part of the harness as necessary. Clear
the P0114 code and run a KOER test to ensure
that the problem is resolved.
6.
Clear the P0112/P0113/P0114 code, run the
drive cycle to ensure that the problem is resolved.
Table of IAT Sensor Values
Temperature
°F
248
230
212
194
176
158
140
122
104
86
68
50
°C
120
110
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
Voltage
Volts
0.27
0.35
0.46
0.60
0.78
1.02
1.33
1.70
2.13
2.60
3.07
3.51
Resistance
K Ohms
1.18
1.55
2.07
2.80
3.84
5.37
7.70
10.97
16.15
24.27
37.30
58.75
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0116
P0116 - Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor Rationality Check
Figure 1. ECT Location
Primary PCM
BP,0.5
C0636-41G
GB,0.5
C0636-33G
SIGRTN
Sensor-Engine Coolant Temp
BP,0.5
C0169-2G
C0169-1G
ECT
SPL13-SRTN/EN
Figure 2. ECT - PCM Interface Circuit
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April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0116
Fault Code Definition
P0116 - The ECT signal fails the rationality check
at key on.
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp
P0116 Fault Analysis
Note: If the engine is started after being off for more
than six hours and the ECT signal indicates more than
50°F above ambient temperature, a P0116 code will be
logged.
1.
Table of ECT Sensor Values
Temperature
°F
248
230
212
194
176
158
140
122
104
86
68
50
°C
120
110
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
Voltage
Volts
0.27
0.35
0.46
0.60
0.78
1.02
1.33
1.70
2.13
2.60
3.07
3.51
Resistance
K Ohms
1.18
1.55
2.07
2.80
3.84
5.37
7.70
10.97
16.15
24.27
37.30
58.75
Connect the WDS or scan tool and confirm that
P0116 is present. If either P0117 or P0118 are
also logged, analyse the problem using the
P0117/0118 procedure.
If only P0116 is logged, go to step 2.
2.
Allow the vehicle to cool down for more than six
hours.
3.
Switch on the ignition and note the Engine Coolant Temperature and Intake Air Temperature readings.
If coolant temperature is more than 50°F above
Intake Air Temperature, go to step 4.
If Coolant Temperature is less than 50°F above
Intake Air Temperature, the cause is not present at
this time. Analyse the problem as for an intermittent fault.
4.
For low voltage readings (high ECT values), suspect a short circuit of the signal (C0636-33) to
ground or to signal return.
Key off, check for short circuit between the lines
from PCM pin C0636-33 to the ECT sensor body
and from pin C0636-33 to power grounds PCM
pins C0635-10, 47, 48 and 49.
If a short circuit is detected, service the wiring as
necessary, clear the P0116 code and run the
engine. Monitor the ECT signal level and check
that it rises normally within the range ‘ambient
temperature to fully warmed up (approx. 9598°C)
April 2004
2-25
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0117 / P0118 / P0119
P0117 / P0118 / P0119 - Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor
Figure 1. ECT Location
Primary PCM
BP,0.5
C0636-41G
GB,0.5
C0636-33G
SIGRTN
Sensor-Engine Coolant Temp
BP,0.5
C0169-2G
C0169-1G
ECT
SPL13-SRTN/EN
Figure 2. ECT - PCM Interface Circuit
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April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0117 / P0118 / P0119
Fault Code Definition
4.
P0117 - The ECT signal went below 0.2 volts during continuous testing. (I.e. Excessively high temperature)
Key off, disconnect the ECT sensor, measure the
voltage across the ECT sensor connector. Approximately 5.0 volts should be present. If not, there is
an open circuit in the line from PCM pin C063633 or in the return line to PCM pin C063-41.
P0118 - The ECT signal went above 4.60 volts
during continuous testing. (i.e. Excessively low
temperature)
If approximately 5.0 volts is present, check the
resistance of the ECT sensor. Consult the table
below, the resistance should be within 15% of the
values in the table. If the resistance is very high or
infinite, change the IAT sensor.
P0119 - The ECT signal was intermittent or erratic.
MIL Status
P0117 and P0118 will light the MIL lamp. P0119
will not light the MIL lamp
If the results of the above checks are satisfactory
and a P0118 code continues to be logged, consult Aston Martin Technical Support.
P0117/P0118/P0119 Fault Analysis
CAUTION: These codes should be generated only
in the Primary PCM. Check that you are working
on the correct half of the engine.
1.
Connect the WDS or scan tool and confirm that
P0117, P0118 or P0119 is present.
2.
Run the engine and use the datalogger to read the
voltage of the engine coolant temperature signal.
The voltage should be in the range 0.25 - 3.50
volts (see the table of ECT Sensor Values).
3.
P0118 - For high voltage readings (above 3.50
volts) suspect an open circuit in the sensor wiring
or internally within the sensor.
5.
P0119 - For intermittent/erratic signal levels,
monitor the ECT signal whilst shaking/wiggling
the engine harness between the ECT sensor and
the PCM.
If any inconsistency is identified, service the
affected part of the harness as necessary. Clear
the P0119 code and run a KOER test to ensure
that the problem is resolved.
6.
Clear the P0117/P0118 code, run the drive cycle
to ensure that the problem is resolved.
For low readings (P0117) go to step 3
Table of ECT Sensor Values
For high readings (P0118) go to step 4
Temperature
°F
248
230
212
194
176
158
140
122
104
86
68
50
P0117 - For low voltage readings, suspect a short
circuit of the signal (Primary PCM pin C0636-33)
to chassis ground or to signal return pin C063641.
Key off, check for short circuit between the lines
from PCM pin C0636-33 to the ECT sensor body
and from pin C0636-33 to signal return pin
C0636-41 and to power grounds PCM pins
C0635-10, 47, 48 and 49.
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°C
120
110
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
Voltage
Volts
0.27
0.35
0.46
0.60
0.78
1.02
1.33
1.70
2.13
2.60
3.07
3.51
Resistance
K Ohms
1.18
1.55
2.07
2.80
3.84
5.37
7.70
10.97
16.15
24.27
37.30
58.75
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0121/0122/0123 and P0221/0222/0223
P0121/0122/0123 and P0221/0222/0223 - Throttle Position Sensor (Throttle Potentiometer)
Throttle Body
Throttle Motor and
Throttle Potentiometer
Note: The throttle position sensors are located on the inner side of each throttle body assembly.
Figure 1. TP Location
Electronic Throttle A Bank
TPRTN
TPBVREF
TP1-NS
TP2-PS
TACMTACM+
Primary PCM
C2465-2 G
OR,0.5
C0636-7G
C2465-3 G
OW,0.5
C0636-18G
C2465-5 G
OU,0.5
C0636-19G
C2465-6 G
OG,0.5
C0636-29G
C2465-1 G
OY,05
C0636-48
C2465-4 G
OS,05
C0636-47
Electronic Throttle B Bank
TPRTN
TPBVREF
TP1-NS
TP2-PS
TACMTACM+
TPRTN
TPBVREF
TP1-NS
TP2-PS
TACMTACM+
Secondary PCM
C2466-2 G
OR,0.5
C2464-7G
C2466-3 G
OW,0.5
C2464-18G
C2466-5 G
OU,0.5
C2464-19G
C2466-6 G
OG,0.5
C2464-29G
C2466-1 G
OY,05
C2464-48
C2466-4 G
OS,05
C2464-47
TPRTN
TPBVREF
TP1-NS
TP2-PS
TACMTACM+
Figure 2. TP - PCM Interface Circuit
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April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0121/0122/0123 and P0221/0222/0223
Fault Code Definition
4.
P0121/P0221 - TP sensor signal range or performance.
P0122/P0222 - The TP signal went below 0.17
volts during continuous testing.
P0123/P0223 - The TP signal went above 4.60
volts during continuous testing.
Key off, disconnect the TP sensor, key on. Measure the voltage between the sensor reference supply and TP signal lines, approximately 5.0 volts
should be present. If not, investigate and rectify
the problem in the reference supply or in the signal lines.
MIL Status
These codes will light the MIL lamp
If approximately 5.0 volts is present, replace the
TP sensor.
P0121/0122/0123 and P0221/0222/0223
Fault Analysis
CAUTION: This code may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary Powertrain Control Module
(PCM). Check that you are working on the correct
half of the engine.
1.
Connect the WDS or scan tool and confirm that
one of the above codes is present.
2.
Set the datalogger to monitor all throttle potentiometer signals. Run the engine and note the voltage of the throttle potentiometer signal. The
voltage should be in the range 0.6 - 4.50 volts.
Identify the potentiometer which is generating the
out of range signal. Also look for any irregularities
in the signal traces.
3.
For low voltage readings, suspect a short circuit of
the sensor reference supply (nominal 5.0V supply
from primary PCM pin C0636-18 or secondary
PCM pin C2464-18) to ground or to TPRTN (primary PCM pin C0636-7 or secondary PCM pin
C2464-7).
For high voltage readings (above 3.50 volts) suspect a short circuit in the sensor wiring from sensor reference supply (primary PCM pin C0636-18
or secondary PCM pin C2464-18 to the signal
line pins (Primary PCM pins C0636-19 and
C0636-29 or secondary PCM pins C2464-19 and
C2464-29), or internally within the potentiometer.
5.
Clear the fault code, run the drive cycle to ensure
that the problem is resolved.
Key off, check for short circuit between the lines
from Primary PCM pin C0636-18 to PCM pin
C0636-7. Also check from Secondary PCM pin
C2464-18 to PCM pin C2464-7. Also check for
short circuit to ground on the signal lines C063618 and C2464-18. If any circuit fault is identified,
service the wiring as necessary and then go to
step 5
April 2004
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0124
P0124 - Throttle Position Sensor
Throttle Body
Throttle Motor and
Throttle Potentiometer
Note: The throttle position sensors are located on the inner side of each throttle body assembly.
Figure 1. TP Location
Motor-Electronic Throttle B
TPRTN
TPBVREF
TP1-NS
TP2-PS
TACMTACM+
Conn-ECU B (E-Engine)
C2466-2 G
OR,0.5
C2464-7G
C2466-3 G
OW,0.5
C2464-18G
C2466-5 G
OU,0.5
C2464-19G
C2466-6 G
OG,0.5
C2464-29G
C2466-1 G
OY,05
C2464-48
C2466-4 G
OS,05
C2464-47
C2465-2 G
OR,0.5
C0636-7G
C2465-3 G
OW,0.5
C0636-18G
C2465-5 G
OU,0.5
C0636-19G
C2465-6 G
OG,0.5
C0636-29G
C2465-1 G
OY,05
C0636-48
C2465-4 G
OS,05
C0636-47
Motor-Electronic Throttle A
TPRTN
TPBVREF
TP1-NS
TP2-PS
TACMTACM+
TPRTN
TPBVREF
TP1-NS
TP2-PS
TACMTACM+
Conn-ECU A (E-Engine)
TPRTN
TPBVREF
TP1-NS
TP2-PS
TACMTACM+
Figure 2. TP - PCM Interface Circuit
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0124
Fault Code Definition
5.
Install the breakout box to the affected PCM.
Check the continuity of the TP signal lines
between the following points:
P0124 - The TP signal intermittent.
Primary Throttle Assembly
MIL Status
C2465-5 to C0636-19
This code will not light the MIL lamp
C2465-6 to C0636-29
P0124 Fault Analysis
Secondary Throttle Assembly
CAUTION: This code may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary Powertrain Control Module
(PCM). Check that you are working on the correct
half of the engine.
1.
Connect the WDS or scan tool and confirm that
P0124 is present.
2.
Set the datalogger to monitor all throttle potentiometer signals. Run the engine and note the voltage of the throttle potentiometer signal. The
voltage should be in the range 0.6 - 4.50 volts.
Identify the potentiometer which is generating the
out of range signal. Also look for any irregularities
in the signal traces.
C2466-5 to C2464-19
C2466-6 to C2464-29
If necessary, shake/wiggle the throttle section of
the harness to locate the circuit fault.
Service the harness as necessary and reconnect
all components.
6.
Clear the P0124 code, run the drive cycle to
ensure that the problem is resolved.
The signals should vary progressively with throttle
opening and closing.
If the voltage is not in range, go to step 3.
If the voltage is in range, shake/wiggle the engine
harness whilst monitoring the TP signals to detect
any intermittent connection. Service any identified poor connections and retest to ensure that
the problem is resolved.
3.
Key off, disconnect the TP sensor, key on. Measure the voltage between the sensor reference supply - Bank A pin C2465-3 or Bank B pin C2466-3
and chassis ground. Repeat the measurement
from Bank A pin C2465-3 or Bank B pin C2466-3
to TPRTN Bank A pin C2465-2 or Bank B pin
C2466-2, approximately 5.0 volts should be
present on both measurements.
If +5 volts is measured, go to step 5.
If +5 volts is not present, go to step 4.
4.
Fit the PCM breakout box and check continuity of
the +5 volt supply and TP return lines from the
throttle body connector to the PCM connector.
Service the wiring as necessary. Clear the P0124
code and run a KOER test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
April 2004
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0128
P0128 - Coolant Thermostat
Figure 1. Coolant Thermostat Location
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April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0128
Fault Code Definition
P0128 - The coolant temperature is below the
thermostat regulating temperature.
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp
P0128 Fault Analysis
CAUTION: This code should be generated only in
the primary PCM.
This code is generated if the engine coolant does
not reach operating temperature level within x
minutes of engine start.
1.
Connect the WDS or scan tool and confirm that
P0128 is present.
2.
Clear the P0128 code and run a KOER test to
check that P0128 is not logged again.
3.
If P0128 is logged again, check for other coolant
temperature sensor codes (P0116, 0117 or 0118).
If present, resolve these codes first and return to
step 4 of this procedure if P0128 is logged again
after clearing the P0116, 0117 or 0118 code.
4.
If P0128 is logged again, fit a new coolant thermostat. Clear the P0128 code and run a KOER
test until the engine is fully warmed up to check
that the problem is resolved.
April 2004
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0132 / P0152
P0132 / P0152 - Heated Oxygen Sensors
Heated Oxygen Sensor 1-1
Heated Oxygen Sensor 2-2
Heated Oxygen Sensor 2-1
Heated Oxygen Sensor 1-2
Figure 1. HO2S Location
Primary PCM
BP,0.5
Secondary PCM
BP,0.5 C2464-41G
C0636-41G
SIGRTN
Sensor-Heated Oxygen-FRNT
Sensor-Heated Oxygen-FRNT
SPL13-SRTN/EN
SPL10-VIGN/EN
BP,0.5
NY,1.0
C0370-3G
C0370-1
C0370-4G W,0.5
C0370-2
C0636-30G
UP,1.0
C0636-49
HEGO11
HTR11
NY,1.0
C0642-1
C0642-4G
C0642-2
RN,0.5 C0636-31G
PU,1.0
BP,0.5
SPL6-SRTN/EN
SPL9-VIGN/EN
BP,0.5 C0164-3G
C0164-4G W,0.5 C2464-30G
NY,1.0
C0164-2
C0164-1
C0636-50
C0908-4G RN,0.5 C2464-31G
NY,1.0
C0908-2
HEGO21
C0908-1
C0643-1
C0634-24G
SP,1.0
C0634-47
NY,1.0
HTR11
BP,0.5
C0637-6
BP,0.5 C0637-41G
HEGO21
HTR21
PRI/SEC
SIGRTN
HTR12
BP,0.5 C0103-3G
SPL4-SRTN/EN
NY,1.0
C0103-1
C0103-4G W,0.5 C0637-24G
C0103-2
UP,1.0
C0637-47
HEGO12
HTR12
Sensor-Catalyst Monitor-REAR
C0644-4G GN,0.5 C0634-25G
NY,1.0
C0644-2
PS,1.0
HEGO11
Sensor-Catalyst Monitor-FRNT
HEGO12
Sensor-Catalyst Monitor-REAR
BP,0.5 C0644-3G
C0644-1
C2464-50
C0634-41G
C0643-4G W,0.5
C0643-2
PS,1.0
HTR21
Sensor-Catalyst Monitor-FRNT
C0643-3G
C2464-49
BP,0.5 C0908-3G
SIGRTN
SPL11-SRTN/EN
BP,0.5
SP,1.0
Sensor-Heated Oxygen-REAR
Sensor-Heated Oxygen-REAR
BP,0.5 C0642-3G
SIGRTN
C0634-48
HEGO22
HTR22
BP,0.5 C0676-3G
C0676-4G GN,0.5 C0637-25G
NY,1.0
C0676-2
C0676-1
PU,1.0
C0637-48
HEGO22
HTR22
Figure 2. Oxygen Sensor Circuits
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April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0132 / P0152
Fault Code Definition
P0132 - HO2S1-1 high voltage
P0152 - HO2S2-1 high voltage
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp
P0132 / P0152 Fault Analysis
CAUTION: These codes may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary Powertrain Control Module
(PCM). Check that you are working on the correct
half of the engine.
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P0132 or
P0152 is logged
2.
If a P0132 or P0152 code is present, clear the
logged code. Set datalogger to monitor all
upstream oxygen sensor readings on the affected
engine bank.
3.
Start the engine and datalogger. Run until the
engine is fully warmed up and log the oxygen
sensor readings. Stop the engine and datalogger.
Analyse the recorded sensor readings.
If any HO2S signal indicates an abnormally high
voltage, service the circuit looking for shorts to
VBATT or VIGN in the harness.
If no circuit fault is identified, swap the upstream
sensors on the suspect bank. Repeat the datalogger test.
If the fault has changed front to rear or vice versa,
replace the suspect sensor. Run the datalogger
test again to confirm that the problem is resolved.
April 2004
2-35
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0133 / P0153
P0133 / P0153 - Heated Oxygen Sensors
Heated Oxygen Sensor 1-1
Heated Oxygen Sensor 2-2
Heated Oxygen Sensor 2-1
Heated Oxygen Sensor 1-2
Figure 1. HO2S Location
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April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0133 / P0153
Fault Code Definition
P0133 - HO2S1-1 slow response
P0153 - HO2S2-1 slow response
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp
P0133 / P0153 Fault Analysis
CAUTION: These codes may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary Powertrain Control Module
(PCM). Check that you are working on the correct
half of the engine.
These codes will only occur if the oxygen sensor
performance is seriously degraded.
If a P0133 or P0153 code is present and possible
circuit faults have been eliminated, replace the
relevant sensor. Run a KOER test to ensure that
the problem is resolved.
April 2004
2-37
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0135/0141/P0155/P0161
P0135/0141/P0155/P0161 - Heated Oxygen Sensors
Heated Oxygen Sensor 2-1
Heated Oxygen Sensor 1-1
Heated Oxygen Sensor 2-2
Heated Oxygen Sensor 1-2
Figure 1. HO2S Location
Primary PCM
BP,0.5
Secondary PCM
BP,0.5 C2464-41G
C0636-41G
SIGRTN
Sensor-Heated Oxygen-FRNT
Sensor-Heated Oxygen-FRNT
SPL13-SRTN/EN
SPL10-VIGN/EN
BP,0.5
C0370-3G
NY,1.0
C0370-1
C0370-4G W,0.5
C0370-2
C0636-30G
UP,1.0
C0636-49
HEGO11
HTR11
NY,1.0
C0642-4G
C0642-1
C0642-2
RN,0.5 C0636-31G
PU,1.0
BP,0.5
SPL6-SRTN/EN
SPL9-VIGN/EN
BP,0.5 C0164-3G
C0164-4G W,0.5 C2464-30G
NY,1.0
C0164-2
C0164-1
C0636-50
C0908-4G RN,0.5 C2464-31G
NY,1.0
C0908-2
HEGO21
C0908-1
C0634-24G
SP,1.0
C0634-47
C0643-2
NY,1.0
HTR11
BP,0.5
C0637-6
BP,0.5 C0637-41G
HEGO21
HTR21
PRI/SEC
SIGRTN
HTR12
BP,0.5 C0103-3G
SPL4-SRTN/EN
NY,1.0
C0103-1
C0103-4G W,0.5 C0637-24G
C0103-2
UP,1.0
C0637-47
HEGO12
HTR12
Sensor-Catalyst Monitor-REAR
C0644-4G GN,0.5 C0634-25G
NY,1.0
C0644-2
PS,1.0
HEGO11
Sensor-Catalyst Monitor-FRNT
HEGO12
Sensor-Catalyst Monitor-REAR
BP,0.5 C0644-3G
C0644-1
C2464-50
C0634-41G
C0643-4G W,0.5
C0643-1
PS,1.0
HTR21
Sensor-Catalyst Monitor-FRNT
C0643-3G
C2464-49
BP,0.5 C0908-3G
SIGRTN
SPL11-SRTN/EN
BP,0.5
SP,1.0
Sensor-Heated Oxygen-REAR
Sensor-Heated Oxygen-REAR
BP,0.5 C0642-3G
SIGRTN
C0634-48
HEGO22
HTR22
BP,0.5 C0676-3G
C0676-4G GN,0.5 C0637-25G
NY,1.0
C0676-2
C0676-1
PU,1.0
C0637-48
HEGO22
HTR22
Figure 2. HO2S - PCM Interface Circuit
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April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0135/0141/P0155/P0161
Fault Code Definition
P0135 - HO2S 1-1 heater circuit malfunction
P0141 - HO2S 1-2 heater circuit malfunction
P0155 - HO2S 2-1 heater circuit malfunction
P0161 - HO2S 2-2 heater circuit malfunction
7.
If the heater resistance is in specification, check
for a short circuit to ground within the sensor.
Measure from the sensor power connection to the
sensor case. If the resistance is less than 10kΩ,
replace the sensor.
8.
If the resistance in step 7 is greater than 10kΩ,
Check for shorts to other grounds and to Vpower
in the heater ground harness circuits. If the resistance reading is less than 10kΩ repair or replace
the affected wiring.
9.
If continuity is good, consult Aston Martin Technical Support.
MIL Status
These codes will light the MIL lamp
P0135, P0141, P0155, P0161 Fault Analysis
CAUTION: These codes may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary Powertrain Control Module
(PCM). Check that you are working on the correct
half of the engine.
1.
Access the oxygen sensor connections and visually inspect for exposed wires, contamination,
corrosion and proper assembly. Service or repair
any obvious defects.
2.
Connect the WDS or scan tool. Record all logged
DTCs and then clear both PCMs. Start the engine
and run at idle until fully warmed up. Run the
KOER test sequence from the WDS. Check that
code P0135, P0141, P0155 or P0161 is present.
Switch off the engine.
3.
Disconnect the appropriate heated oxygen sensor
and inspect both ends of the connectors for damaged or pushed out pins, moisture, corrosion,
contamination, etc. Service as necessary.
4.
Install the oxygen sensor break-out lead. Connect
a voltmeter between +12 volt power (pin 1) and
the heater return lines (pin 2) at the break-out
lead. Switch on the ignition and immediately
note the steady peak voltage. The voltage should
be above 10.5 volts. Switch off the ignition.
Caution: The heater voltage will begin to switch
as the heater warms up. Note only the initial
steady state voltage before switching begins.
5.
If a low voltage was detected in step 4, check for
a partial or complete open circuit in the heater
power or heater return lines to the sensor connector. Repair the wiring as necessary.
6.
If the applied voltage measured in step 4 is above
10.5 volts, check the resistance of the HO2S
heater which should be between 3 and 5Ω when
cold. If the heater resistance is not within range,
replace the oxygen sensor.
April 2004
2-39
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0138 / P0158
P0138 / P0158 - Heated Oxygen Sensors
Heated Oxygen Sensor 1-1
Heated Oxygen Sensor 2-2
Heated Oxygen Sensor 2-1
Heated Oxygen Sensor 1-2
Figure 1. HO2S Location
Primary PCM
BP,0.5
Secondary PCM
BP,0.5 C2464-41G
C0636-41G
SIGRTN
Sensor-Heated Oxygen-FRNT
Sensor-Heated Oxygen-FRNT
SPL13-SRTN/EN
SPL10-VIGN/EN
BP,0.5
NY,1.0
C0370-3G
C0370-1
C0370-4G W,0.5
C0370-2
C0636-30G
UP,1.0
C0636-49
HEGO11
HTR11
NY,1.0
C0642-1
C0642-4G
C0642-2
RN,0.5 C0636-31G
PU,1.0
BP,0.5
SPL6-SRTN/EN
SPL9-VIGN/EN
BP,0.5 C0164-3G
C0164-4G W,0.5 C2464-30G
NY,1.0
C0164-2
C0164-1
C0636-50
C0908-4G RN,0.5 C2464-31G
NY,1.0
C0908-2
HEGO21
C0908-1
C0643-1
C0634-24G
SP,1.0
C0634-47
NY,1.0
HTR11
BP,0.5
C0637-6
BP,0.5 C0637-41G
HEGO21
HTR21
PRI/SEC
SIGRTN
HTR12
BP,0.5 C0103-3G
SPL4-SRTN/EN
NY,1.0
C0103-1
C0103-4G W,0.5 C0637-24G
C0103-2
UP,1.0
C0637-47
HEGO12
HTR12
Sensor-Catalyst Monitor-REAR
C0644-4G GN,0.5 C0634-25G
NY,1.0
C0644-2
PS,1.0
HEGO11
Sensor-Catalyst Monitor-FRNT
HEGO12
Sensor-Catalyst Monitor-REAR
BP,0.5 C0644-3G
C0644-1
C2464-50
C0634-41G
C0643-4G W,0.5
C0643-2
PS,1.0
HTR21
Sensor-Catalyst Monitor-FRNT
C0643-3G
C2464-49
BP,0.5 C0908-3G
SIGRTN
SPL11-SRTN/EN
BP,0.5
SP,1.0
Sensor-Heated Oxygen-REAR
Sensor-Heated Oxygen-REAR
BP,0.5 C0642-3G
SIGRTN
C0634-48
HEGO22
HTR22
BP,0.5 C0676-3G
C0676-4G GN,0.5 C0637-25G
NY,1.0
C0676-2
C0676-1
PU,1.0
C0637-48
HEGO22
HTR22
Figure 2. Oxygen Sensor Circuits
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April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0138 / P0158
Fault Code Definition
P0138 - HO2S1-2 high voltage
P0158 - HO2S2-2 high voltage
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp
P0138 / P0152 Fault Analysis
CAUTION: These codes may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary Powertrain Control Module
(PCM). Check that you are working on the correct
half of the engine.
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P0138 or
P0158 is logged
2.
If a P0138 or P0158 code is present, clear the
logged code. Set datalogger to monitor all downstream oxygen sensor readings on the affected
engine bank.
3.
Start the engine and datalogger. Run until the
engine is fully warmed up and log the oxygen
sensor readings. Stop the engine and datalogger.
Analyse the recorded sensor readings.
If any HO2S signal indicates an abnormally high
voltage, service the circuit looking for shorts to
VBATT or VIGN in the harness.
If no circuit fault is identified, swap the downstream sensors on the suspect bank. Repeat the
datalogger test.
4.
If the fault has changed front to rear or vice versa,
replace the suspect sensor. Run the datalogger
test again to confirm that the problem is resolved.
April 2004
2-41
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0148
P0148 - Fuel Delivery Error
Figure 1. Fuel Pump Location
Boot Fusebox
RELAY 1
Module-FPDM B (7-12)
Sheet 61 C2609-1 VBATT
F8
C2011-1
20.0 Amps C2011-9
RELAY 2
GW,2.0
C2369-5
SPL82-TRACK/CA
OG,1.0
VIGN
MFP
FPM
C2011-3
RW,2.0
C0607-6
20.0 Amps C2011-10 OG,1.0
GND
GW,2.0
DIODE 2
F9
Sheet 61 C2010-8
GW,2.0 C0607-5
C1187-1
G,20
C2369-1
C1187-2
B,20
C2369-2
C2369-3
UG,0.5
C2242-5
UG,0.5 C0638-12G
C2369-4
GU,0.5
C2242-6
GU,0.5 C0638-21G
Secondary PCM
PUMP+
PUMPC2369-6
DIODE 1
MFP (PWM)
FPM (DIAG)
GND
B,2.0
B,2.5
C2727-1
Earth-FPDMs
SPL56-GND/CA
See Power Distribution
Central Electronic
Module
FUEL PUMP
RELAY (R15)
FUEL PUMP SUPP. C0584-16
OG,1.0
C0608-5
C0587-7
BW,0.5
SPL5-VFPRLY/BT
C1187-5
C0587-5
RW,0.5
C1187-6
F74
2
FUEL LVL RTN
15.0 Amps
FUEL PUMP
FUEL LVL SIG
OG,1.0
FUEL PUMP FEEDBACK
Fuel Tank
Fuel Pump-B (RH)
Sensor-Fuel Level
+
C0205-1
MOTOR
C2303-1
C0115-5
C0114-5
RW,0.5
C2303-4
C0115-2
C0114-2
BW,0.5
C0115-3
C0114-3
G,20
C0115-6
C0114-6
B,20
C0205-2
-
Module-FPDM A (1-6)
FPM
Fuel Pump-A (LH)
MFP
RW,2.0
MOTOR
C2203-5
C0204-2
C0115-4
C0114-4
B,20
C1187-3
B,20
C2203-2
C0204-1
C0115-1
C0114-1
R,20
C1187-4
R,20
C2203-1
+
Earth-Fuel Tank
C2899-1
B,2.0
C2934-1
Earth-Body
C2203-4
RU,0.5
C2242-8
RU,0.5 C0635-21G
C2203-3
UR,0.5
C2242-7
UR,0.5 C0635-12G
VIGN
FPM (DIAG)
MFP (PWM)
Primary PCM
PUMPPUMP+
GND
C2203-6
B,2.0
B,2.5
SPL56-GND/CA
C2727-1
Earth-FPDMs
Figure 2. Fuel Pump Circuits
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April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0148
Fault Code Definition
P0148 - Fuel Delivery Error
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp
P0148 Fault Analysis
CAUTION: This codes may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary Powertrain Control Module
(PCM). Check that you are working on the correct
half of the engine.
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P0148 is
logged. Note which engine bank is affected. Also
note all other logged DTCs and list any fuel
related codes.
2.
Using WDS, monitor the fuel rail pressure in both
rails during a KOER test.
If both fuel rail pressures are equal and approximately 40 psi above manifold pressure, the fuel
delivery system is serviceable. go to step 3.
If the fuel rail pressure for the affected bank is out
of specification, service the fuel system as necessary. Clear the P0148 code and run a KOER test
to ensure that the problem is resolved.
Clear all DTCs. Conduct a road test including
town and country driving over a variety of road
surfaces. Using WDS, monitor the fuel pressure.
Note the fuel pressure and driving conditions
when the ‘Check Engine” light comes on. Check
for other fuel pump DTCs logged at the same time.
Using this information, service the fuel system as
necessary and run a further road test to ensure that
the problem is resolved.
April 2004
2-43
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0171 / P0174
P0171 / P0174 - Fuel System
Pump
Grade Valve
Electrical
Connector
Pump
Fuel Filters
Fuel Rails
011-1-008
Figure 1. Fuel System Components
Underbonnet Fusebox
Injector 1
RELAY 3
Sheet 61
C2608-1
VBATT
NY,0.5
F13
C0522-2
Conn-ECU A (E-Engine)
12 Ohms C0522-1
BU,0.5
C0636-2G
BY,0.5
C0636-9G
BK,0.5
C0636-5G
BW,0.5
C0636-4G
BS,0.5
C0636-8G
BR,0.5
C0636-3G
C0528-1
UB,0.5
C2464-2G
C0529-1
SB,0.5
C2464-9G
C2456-1
KB,0.5
C2464-5G
C2457-1
WB,0.5
C2464-4G
C2458-1
KB,0.5
C2464-8G
C2459-1
RB,0.5
C2464-3G
INJ1
C0577-6
Injector 2
C0579-8
20.0 Amps
VIGN
NY,0.5
C0523-2
12 Ohms C0523-1
NY,0.5
Sheet 61
C0574-6
GND
DIODE 4
NY,0.5
RELAY 5
F9
20.0 Amps
C2409-1
INJ2
Injector 3
C0524-2
C0578-2
SPL2-VIGN/EN
12 Ohms C0524-1
INJ3
Injector 4
NY,0.5
C0525-2
DIODE 5
12 Ohms C0525-1
INJ4
Injector 5
NY,0.5
C0526-2
12 Ohms C0526-1
See Power Distribution
INJ5
Injector 6
Central Electronic
Module
C0584-39
NY,0.5
C0527-2
12 Ohms C0527-1
NY,0.5
IGN. OUT
F54
Injector 7
NY,0.5
10.0 Amps
C0528-2
12 Ohms
INJ6
Conn-ECU B (E-Engine)
INJ7
Injector 8
NY,0.5
C0529-2
12 Ohms
INJ8
Injector 9
NY,0.5
C2456-2
12 Ohms
INJ9
SPL5-VIGN/EN
Injector 10
NY,0.5
C2457-2
12 Ohms
INJ10
Injector 11
NY,0.5
C2458-2
12 Ohms
NY,0.5
C2459-2
12 Ohms
INJ11
Injector 12
INJ12
Figure 2. Fuel Injector Circuits
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April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0171 / P0174
Fault Code Definition
P0171 - HO2S1-1 Fuel/air ratio too lean
repeat the KOER Test. If the code is detected
again, proceed as follows.
3.
If any adaptive fuel codes are detected in step 2,
go to step 4. For other codes, go to the appropriate procedure in this section of the fault analysis
manual.
4.
Check the fuel pressure as follows:
P0174 - HO2S2-1 Fuel/air ratio too lean
Adaptive fuel correction at the limit.
MIL Status
Connect the WDS and set datalogger to monitor
the fuel pressure sensor output from both fuel
rails.
These codes will light the MIL lamp
P0171/P0174 Fault Analysis
Start the engine and run at idle speed.
CAUTION: These code may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary Powertrain Control Module
(PCM) Check that you are working on the correct
half of the engine.
1.
Increase the engine speed to 2500 rpm and maintain for 1 minute.
Note the recorded fuel pressure at idle and at
2500 rpm. The fuel system must be capable of
maintaining at least 40 psi above manifold pressure.
Verify that the vehicle did not run out of fuel
before the Check Engine light came on.
If a ‘No Fuel’ condition has been present, connect the WDS or scan tool and clear the P0171/
P0174 code. Perform the KOER test sequence to
check that the fuel adaption is now functioning
correctly.
If the fuel pressure is low, repair or service the
fuel system to meet fuel pressure specification.
5.
Cycle the ignition key on and off several times.
Verify that there are no external fuel leaks (repair
as necessary)
If the vehicle has not recently run out of fuel, analyse the problem using the following procedure.
2.
Carry out a thorough visual inspection of the
vehicle, concentrating on the following possible
causes of the lean mixture:
Fuel System
Leaking fuel injectors
Low fuel pressure
Blocked fuel injectors
Damaged/disconnected HO2S circuits
Induction System
Air leaks after the air flow meter
Vacuum leaks
Restricted air inlet
Fuel Vapour Purge System
Positive Crankcase Ventilation system
Base Engine
Oil overfill
Cam timing
Compression pressure
Ignition System
Ignition coil windings
Ignition coil connection
Spark plugs
Check the fuel system ability to hold fuel pressure.
6.
Key off. Disconnect the fuel injector electrical
connectors. Check the resistance of the fuel injectors.
Each resistance should be in the range 11 - 18Ω
If all injector resistance values are in range, consult Aston Martin technical Support.
If any injector resistance is out of range, replace
the injector.
Reconnect all injectors. Clear the P0171/P0174
codes and run a KOER test to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
Repair any problems identified in the visual
inspection, clear the P0171/P0174 fault code and
April 2004
2-45
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0171 / P0174
Underbonnet Fusebox
Injector 1
RELAY 3
Sheet 61
C2608-1
VBATT
NY,0.5
F13
C0522-2
Conn-ECU A (E-Engine)
12 Ohms C0522-1
BU,0.5
C0636-2G
BY,0.5
C0636-9G
BK,0.5
C0636-5G
BW,0.5
C0636-4G
BS,0.5
C0636-8G
BR,0.5
C0636-3G
C0528-1
UB,0.5
C2464-2G
C0529-1
SB,0.5
C2464-9G
C2456-1
KB,0.5
C2464-5G
C2457-1
WB,0.5
C2464-4G
C2458-1
KB,0.5
C2464-8G
C2459-1
RB,0.5
C2464-3G
INJ1
C0577-6
Injector 2
C0579-8
20.0 Amps
VIGN
NY,0.5
C0523-2
12 Ohms C0523-1
NY,0.5
Sheet 61
C0574-6
GND
DIODE 4
NY,0.5
RELAY 5
F9
20.0 Amps
C2409-1
INJ2
Injector 3
C0524-2
C0578-2
SPL2-VIGN/EN
12 Ohms C0524-1
INJ3
Injector 4
NY,0.5
C0525-2
NY,0.5
C0526-2
DIODE 5
12 Ohms C0525-1
INJ4
Injector 5
12 Ohms C0526-1
See Power Distribution
INJ5
Injector 6
Central Electronic
Module
C0584-39
NY,0.5
C0527-2
12 Ohms C0527-1
NY,0.5
IGN. OUT
F54
Injector 7
NY,0.5
10.0 Amps
C0528-2
12 Ohms
INJ6
Conn-ECU B (E-Engine)
INJ7
Injector 8
NY,0.5
C0529-2
12 Ohms
INJ8
Injector 9
NY,0.5
C2456-2
12 Ohms
INJ9
SPL5-VIGN/EN
Injector 10
NY,0.5
C2457-2
12 Ohms
INJ10
Injector 11
NY,0.5
C2458-2
12 Ohms
INJ11
Injector 12
NY,0.5
C2459-2
12 Ohms
INJ12
Figure 3. Fuel Injector Circuits
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April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0171 / P0174
7.
Check for codes P0201 - P0206 (injector faults)
and analyse these codes if present. Return to step
9 of this procedure if either P0171 or P0174 are
logged again after clearing the P0201 - P0206
codes.
8.
Flow test the injectors:
Use a Rotunda Injector Tester or equivalent to
flow test the injectors according to the manufacturers instructions.
If any injector flow rate is not within specification,
replace the defective injector. Refit the injectors
and rerun the KOER Test.
If the injector flow rates are all within specification, the problem is not fuel related.
9.
Check the cylinder compression pressures using
the service manual procedure.
If any compression pressure is low, repair the engine as necessary.
If the compression pressures are in specification,
carry out further analysis as for DTC P1131 to
check the heated oxygen sensors and circuits.
April 2004
2-47
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0172 / P0175
P0172 / P0175 - Fuel / Air Ratio
Pump
Grade Valve
Electrical
Connector
Pump
Fuel Filters
Fuel Rails
011-1-008
Figure 1. Fuel System Components
Underbonnet Fusebox
Injector 1
RELAY 3
Sheet 61
C2608-1
VBATT
NY,0.5
F13
C0522-2
Conn-ECU A (E-Engine)
12 Ohms C0522-1
BU,0.5
C0636-2G
BY,0.5
C0636-9G
BK,0.5
C0636-5G
BW,0.5
C0636-4G
BS,0.5
C0636-8G
BR,0.5
C0636-3G
C0528-1
UB,0.5
C2464-2G
C0529-1
SB,0.5
C2464-9G
C2456-1
KB,0.5
C2464-5G
C2457-1
WB,0.5
C2464-4G
C2458-1
KB,0.5
C2464-8G
C2459-1
RB,0.5
C2464-3G
INJ1
C0577-6
Injector 2
C0579-8
VIGN
C0574-6
GND
20.0 Amps
NY,0.5
C0523-2
12 Ohms C0523-1
NY,0.5
Sheet 61
DIODE 4
NY,0.5
RELAY 5
F9
20.0 Amps
C2409-1
INJ2
Injector 3
C0524-2
C0578-2
SPL2-VIGN/EN
12 Ohms C0524-1
INJ3
Injector 4
NY,0.5
C0525-2
DIODE 5
12 Ohms C0525-1
INJ4
Injector 5
NY,0.5
C0526-2
12 Ohms C0526-1
See Power Distribution
INJ5
Injector 6
Central Electronic
Module
C0584-39
NY,0.5
C0527-2
12 Ohms C0527-1
NY,0.5
IGN. OUT
F54
Injector 7
NY,0.5
10.0 Amps
C0528-2
12 Ohms
INJ6
Conn-ECU B (E-Engine)
INJ7
Injector 8
NY,0.5
C0529-2
12 Ohms
INJ8
Injector 9
NY,0.5
C2456-2
12 Ohms
NY,0.5
C2457-2
12 Ohms
INJ9
SPL5-VIGN/EN
Injector 10
INJ10
Injector 11
NY,0.5
C2458-2
12 Ohms
INJ11
Injector 12
NY,0.5
C2459-2
12 Ohms
INJ12
Figure 2. Fuel Injector Circuits
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0172 / P0175
Fault Code Definition
P0172 - HO2S1-1 Fuel/air ratio too rich. Adaptive
fuel correction at the limit.
If the P0172/P0175 code is detected proceed as
follows.
3.
If any adaptive fuel codes are detected, go to step
4. For other codes, go to the appropriate procedure in this section of the fault analysis manual.
P0175 - HO2S2-1 Fuel/air ratio too rich. Adaptive
fuel correction at the limit.
MIL Status
4.
These codes will light the MIL lamp
Start the engine and run at idle speed. Record the
fuel pressure. Increase the engine speed to 2500
rpm and maintain for 1 minute. Record the fuel
pressure.
CAUTION: This code may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary Powertrain Control Module
(PCM) Check that you are working on the correct
half of the engine.
Verify that the vehicle did not run out of fuel
before the Check Engine light came on.
If a No Fuel condition has been present, connect
the WDS or scan tool and clear the P0172/P0175
code. Perform the KOER test sequence to check
that the fuel adaption is now functioning correctly.
If the vehicle has not recently run out of fuel, analyse the problem using the following procedure.
2.
Check the fuel pressure as follows:
Connect the WDS and set to monitor the fuel
pressure sensor output from both fuel rails.
P0172/P0175 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS or scan tool. Perform the KOER
test sequence.
The fuel system must be capable of maintaining
at least 40 psi above manifold pressure.
5.
Check the fuel system ability to hold fuel pressure.
Cycle the ignition key on and off several times.
Check for external fuel leaks (repair as necessary)
Verify that with the ignition off, fuel pressure stays
within 5 psi of the highest reading for 1 minute. If
excessive pressure loss is detected, service or
repair the fuel system to correct the problem.
Carry out a thorough visual inspection of the
vehicle, concentrating on the following possible
causes of the rich mixture:
Fuel System
Leaking fuel injectors
Leaking fuel pressure regulator
High fuel pressure
Fuel Vapour Purge System
Damaged/disconnected HO2S circuits
Induction System
Air leaks after the air flow meter
Vacuum leaks
Restricted air inlet
Positive Crankcase Ventilation system
Base Engine
Oil overfill
Cam timing
Compression pressure
Ignition System
Coil secondary windings
Ignition HT leads
Spark plugs
Repair any problems identified in the visual
inspection, clear the P0172/P0175 fault codes
and repeat the KOER Test.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0172 / P0175
Underbonnet Fusebox
Injector 1
RELAY 3
Sheet 61
C2608-1
VBATT
NY,0.5
F13
C0522-2
Conn-ECU A (E-Engine)
12 Ohms C0522-1
BU,0.5
C0636-2G
BY,0.5
C0636-9G
BK,0.5
C0636-5G
BW,0.5
C0636-4G
BS,0.5
C0636-8G
BR,0.5
C0636-3G
C0528-1
UB,0.5
C2464-2G
C0529-1
SB,0.5
C2464-9G
C2456-1
KB,0.5
C2464-5G
C2457-1
WB,0.5
C2464-4G
C2458-1
KB,0.5
C2464-8G
C2459-1
RB,0.5
C2464-3G
INJ1
C0577-6
Injector 2
C0579-8
20.0 Amps
VIGN
NY,0.5
C0523-2
12 Ohms C0523-1
NY,0.5
Sheet 61
C0574-6
GND
DIODE 4
NY,0.5
RELAY 5
F9
20.0 Amps
C2409-1
INJ2
Injector 3
C0524-2
C0578-2
SPL2-VIGN/EN
12 Ohms C0524-1
INJ3
Injector 4
NY,0.5
C0525-2
DIODE 5
12 Ohms C0525-1
INJ4
Injector 5
NY,0.5
C0526-2
12 Ohms C0526-1
See Power Distribution
INJ5
Injector 6
Central Electronic
Module
C0584-39
NY,0.5
C0527-2
12 Ohms C0527-1
NY,0.5
IGN. OUT
F54
Injector 7
NY,0.5
10.0 Amps
C0528-2
12 Ohms
INJ6
Conn-ECU B (E-Engine)
INJ7
Injector 8
NY,0.5
C0529-2
NY,0.5
C2456-2
12 Ohms
INJ8
Injector 9
12 Ohms
INJ9
SPL5-VIGN/EN
Injector 10
NY,0.5
C2457-2
12 Ohms
INJ10
Injector 11
NY,0.5
C2458-2
12 Ohms
INJ11
Injector 12
NY,0.5
C2459-2
12 Ohms
INJ12
Figure 3. Fuel Injector Circuits
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0172 / P0175
6.
Key off. Disconnect the fuel injector connectors.
Check the resistance of the fuel injectors.
Each resistance should be in the range 11 - 18Ω
If all injector resistance values are in range, go to
step 7.
If any injector resistance is out of range, replace
the injector.
Reconnect all injectors. Clear the P0172/P0175
codes and run a KOER test to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
7.
Check for codes P0201 to P0206 (injector faults)
and analyse these codes if present. Return to step
9 of this procedure if P0171 is logged again after
clearing the P0201 - P0206 codes.
8.
Flow test the injectors:
Use a Rotunda Injector Tester or equivalent to
flow test the injectors according to the manufacturers instructions.
If any injector flow rate is not within specification, replace the defective injector. Rerun the
KOER Test.
If the injector flow rates are all within specification, the problem is not fuel related.
9.
Check the cylinder compression pressures using
the service manual procedure.
If any compression pressure is low, repair the
engine as necessary.
If the compression pressures are in specification,
carry out further analysis as for DTC P1131 to
check the heated oxygen sensors and circuits.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0180/P0182/P0183
P0180/0182/0183 Fuel Temperature Sensor
Fuel Temperature Sensor
Figure 1. Fuel Temperature Sensor Location
Primary PCM
BP,0.5
C0636-41G
GU,0.5
C0636-36G
C2467-3G
GR,0.5
C0636-37G
C2467-1G
U,0.5
C0636-40G
SIGRTN
Sensor-Fuel Rail Temp
BP,0.5
C2251-2G
C2251-1G
FRTS
SPL13-SRTN/EN
Transducer-Fuel Rail Pressure
BP,0.5
C2467-2G
VOUT
GND
BVREF
FRPT
BVREF
Figure 2. Fuel Temperature Sensor Circuit
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0180/P0182/P0183
Fault Code Definition
P0180 - Fuel temperature sensor open circuit fault
P0182 - Fuel Rail Temperature Sensor - Low Input
P0183 - Fuel Rail Temperature Sensor - High Input
MIL Status
4.
P0183 - Disconnect the fuel rail temperature sensor and the primary PCM. Turn on the ignition
and check for a short circuit to +5 or +12 volt on
the signal line at C2251-1.
If a short circuit to +5 or +12 volts is detected,
service the harness as necessary. Clear the P0183
code and reconnect the sensor and the PCM. Run
a KOER test to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
These codes will light the MIL lamp
P0180/P0182/P0183 Fault Analysis
CAUTION: These codes may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary Powertrain Control Module
(PCM) Check that you are working on the correct
half of the engine.
Note: The normal operation fuel temperature range is
between -39°F (-39°C) and 253°F (123°C). A fault is
declared if the fuel rail temperature indicates outside
these limits.
1.
Connect the WDS or scan tool and confirm that
P0180, P0182 or P0183 is present.
2.
Set the datalogger to monitor both fuel rail temperatures. Run the engine and read both Fuel Rail
Temperatures.
Compare the fuel rail temperatures. If the temperature of the suspect rail is reasonable, shake /wiggle the engine harness between the fuel
temperature sensor and the PCM.
If no open circuit is detected, note the fault code
and go to the relevant step 3 or 4.
If an open circuit is identified, service the harness
as necessary. Clear the fault code and run a KOER
test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
3.
P0182 - Disconnect the fuel rail temperature sensor and the primary PCM. Check for a short to
ground from primary sensor connector C2251-1.
If a short to ground is detected, service the harness as necessary. Reconnect the sensor and the
PCM. Clear the P0182 code and run a KOER test
to ensure that the problem is resolved.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0190
P0190 Fuel Rail Pressure
Fuel Pressure Sensor
Figure 1. Fuel Pressure Sensor Location
Primary PCM
BP,0.5
C0636-41G
GU,0.5
C0636-36G
C2467-3G
GR,0.5
C0636-37G
C2467-1G
U,0.5
C0636-40G
SIGRTN
Sensor-Fuel Rail Temp
BP,0.5
C2251-2G
C2251-1G
FRTS
SPL13-SRTN/EN
Transducer-Fuel Rail Pressure
BP,0.5
C2467-2G
VOUT
GND
BVREF
FRPT
BVREF
Figure 1. Fuel Pressure Sensor Circuit
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0190
Fault Code Definition
P0190 - Fuel rail pressure - mid range fault
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp
P0190 Fault Analysis
CAUTION: These codes may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary Powertrain Control Module
(PCM) Check that you are working on the correct
half of the engine.
1.
Connect the WDS or scan tool. Confirm that a
code P0190 is logged.
If any of P1233, P1235 or P1237 (fuel pump drive
module faults) are logged, resolve these codes
first and return to this procedure only if a P0190
is logged again after clearing any P1233 - 1237
faults
2.
Set datalogger to monitor fuel pressure on both
fuel rails. Start the engine. Monitor the fuel pressure readings from both sensors whilst varying the
engine speed within the range 1000 - 2500 rpm.
The fuel system must be capable of maintaining
39-41 psi above manifold pressure in both fuel
rails (Note: Target pressure is increased in hot
conditions).
3.
If either fuel pressure reading is significantly out
of specification, substitute a good sensor and
repeat the pressure test.
4.
If the pressure readings are still significantly different, service the sensor wiring to eliminate poor
connections. Clear the fault code.
5.
Run another KOER test. If the fault returns, install
the break-out box.
Check the fuel pressure signals with the WDS
scope, if the signal is noisy resolve the source of
electrical noise.
6.
Clear the P0190 code. Run another KOER test. If
the P0190 code returns, replace the PCMs and
run a further test to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
April 2004
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0191
P0191 Fuel Rail Pressure Sensor
Fuel Pressure Sensor
Figure 1. Fuel Pressure Sensor Location
Primary PCM
BP,0.5
C0636-41G
GU,0.5
C0636-36G
C2467-3G
GR,0.5
C0636-37G
C2467-1G
U,0.5
C0636-40G
SIGRTN
Sensor-Fuel Rail Temp
BP,0.5
C2251-2G
C2251-1G
FRTS
SPL13-SRTN/EN
Transducer-Fuel Rail Pressure
BP,0.5
C2467-2G
VOUT
GND
BVREF
FRPT
BVREF
Figure 1. Fuel Pressure Sensor Circuit
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0191
Fault Code Definition
P0191 - Fuel rail pressure sensor range or performance
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp
P0191 Fault Analysis
CAUTION: This code may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary Powertrain Control Module
(PCM) Check that you are working on the correct
half of the engine.
1.
Connect the WDS or scan tool. Confirm that a
code P0191 is logged.
2.
Using the datalogger, monitor both fuel rail pressure signals during a KOER test.
Note: Fuel rail pressure is normally about 40 psi above
manifold pressure.
If both fuel rail pressures are approximately 40
psi above manifold pressure, go to step 4.
If either sensor is indicating other than approximately 40 psi, switch off the engine. Allow the
residual fuel pressure to dissipate. Disconnect
both sensors. Remove the sensors and swap them
to the opposite fuel rail. Reconnect the sensors.
3.
Rerun the KOER test and fuel rail pressure comparison.
If the erroneous pressure reading has swapped to
the other fuel rail, replace the faulty pressure sensor. Clear the P0191 code and rerun the KOER
test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
If the erroneous reading remains on the original
fuel rail, the fault is not caused by the pressure
sensor, check for fuel pump DTCs and analyse
the fault for a fuel pump problem.
4.
Check the fuel rail pressure sensor connections
and harness.
If no electrical fault is detected, the problem is
not present at this time. Treat this as an intermittent problem.
If any electrical fault is detected, service the wiring as necessary. Clear the P0191 code and run a
KOER test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
April 2004
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0192
P0192 Fuel Rail Pressure
Fuel Pressure Sensor
Figure 1. Fuel Pressure Sensor Location
Primary PCM
BP,0.5
C0636-41G
GU,0.5
C0636-36G
C2467-3G
GR,0.5
C0636-37G
C2467-1G
U,0.5
C0636-40G
SIGRTN
Sensor-Fuel Rail Temp
BP,0.5
C2251-2G
C2251-1G
FRTS
SPL13-SRTN/EN
Transducer-Fuel Rail Pressure
BP,0.5
C2467-2G
VOUT
GND
BVREF
FRPT
BVREF
Figure 1. Fuel Pressure Sensor Circuit
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0192
Fault Code Definition
P0192 - Fuel rail pressure - below minimum volts.
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp
P0192 Fault Analysis
CAUTION: This code may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary Powertrain Control Module
(PCM) Check that you are working on the correct
half of the engine.
1.
Connect the WDS or scan tool. Confirm that a
code P0192 is logged.
If any of P1233, P1235 or P1237 (fuel pump drive
module faults) are logged, resolve these codes
first and return to this procedure only if a P0190
is logged again after clearing any P1233 - 1237
faults.
2.
Monitor the fuel pressure signals on both fuel
rails using the datalogger.
The fuel system must be capable of maintaining
39-41 psi above manifold pressure in both fuel
rails (Note: Target pressure is increased in hot
conditions).
3.
If either fuel pressure reading is significantly out
of specification, substitute a good sensor and
repeat the pressure test.
4.
If the pressure readings are still significantly different, key off, disconnect the affected sensor.
Key on. Measure the voltage from sensor harness
connector pins 1 and 2.
If +5 volts is available, go to step 5.
If +5 volts is not available. service the sensor wiring to eliminate poor connections. Clear the fault
code.
5.
Run another KOER test. If the P0190 code returns,
replace the PCMs and run a further test to ensure
that the problem is resolved.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0193
P0193 Fuel Rail Pressure
Fuel Pressure Sensor
Figure 1. Fuel Pressure Sensor Location
Primary PCM
BP,0.5
C0636-41G
GU,0.5
C0636-36G
C2467-3G
GR,0.5
C0636-37G
C2467-1G
U,0.5
C0636-40G
SIGRTN
Sensor-Fuel Rail Temp
BP,0.5
C2251-2G
C2251-1G
FRTS
SPL13-SRTN/EN
Transducer-Fuel Rail Pressure
BP,0.5
C2467-2G
VOUT
GND
BVREF
FRPT
BVREF
Figure 1. Fuel Pressure Sensor Circuit
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0193
Fault Code Definition
P0193 - Fuel rail pressure - more than maximum
volts.
6.
Run another KOER test. If the P0193 code returns,
replace the PCMs and run a further test to ensure
that the problem is resolved.
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp
P0193 Fault Analysis
CAUTION: These codes may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary Powertrain Control Module
(PCM) Check that you are working on the correct
half of the engine.
1.
Connect the WDS or scan tool. Confirm that a
code P0193 is logged.
If any of P1233, P1235 or P1237 (fuel pump drive
module faults) are logged, resolve these codes
first and return to this procedure only if a P0193
is logged again after clearing any P1233 - 1237
faults
2.
Monitor the fuel pressure signals on both fuel
rails using the datalogger.
The fuel system must be capable of maintaining
39-41 psi above manifold pressure in both fuel
rails (Note: Target pressure is increased in hot
conditions).
3.
If either fuel pressure reading is significantly out
of specification, substitute a good sensor and
repeat the pressure test.
4.
If the pressure readings are still significantly different, key off, disconnect the affected sensor.
Key on. Measure the voltage from sensor harness
connector pins 1 and 2.
If +5 volts is available, go to step 5.
If +5 volts is not available. service the sensor wiring to eliminate poor connections. Clear the fault
code.
5.
Check for short circuits between sensor harness
connector pin 1 BVREF and pin 3 sensor signal.
If a short circuit is detected, service the wiring as
necessary. Clear the P0193 code and run a KOER
test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
If no short circuit is detected, go to step 6.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0201 - P0206
P0201 - P0206 Injector Circuit Fault
Fuel Injectors
Figure 1.Fuel Injector Location
Underbonnet Fusebox
Injector 1
RELAY 3
Sheet 61
C2608-1
VBATT
NY,0.5
F13
C0522-2
Conn-ECU A (E-Engine)
12 Ohms C0522-1
BU,0.5
C0636-2G
BY,0.5
C0636-9G
BK,0.5
C0636-5G
BW,0.5
C0636-4G
BS,0.5
C0636-8G
BR,0.5
C0636-3G
C0528-1
UB,0.5
C2464-2G
C0529-1
SB,0.5
C2464-9G
C2456-1
KB,0.5
C2464-5G
C2457-1
WB,0.5
C2464-4G
C2458-1
KB,0.5
C2464-8G
C2459-1
RB,0.5
C2464-3G
INJ1
C0577-6
Injector 2
C0579-8
20.0 Amps
VIGN
NY,0.5
C0523-2
12 Ohms C0523-1
NY,0.5
Sheet 61
C0574-6
GND
DIODE 4
NY,0.5
RELAY 5
F9
20.0 Amps
C2409-1
INJ2
Injector 3
C0524-2
C0578-2
SPL2-VIGN/EN
12 Ohms C0524-1
INJ3
Injector 4
NY,0.5
C0525-2
DIODE 5
12 Ohms C0525-1
INJ4
Injector 5
NY,0.5
C0526-2
12 Ohms C0526-1
See Power Distribution
INJ5
Injector 6
Central Electronic
Module
C0584-39
NY,0.5
C0527-2
12 Ohms C0527-1
NY,0.5
IGN. OUT
F54
Injector 7
NY,0.5
10.0 Amps
C0528-2
12 Ohms
INJ6
Conn-ECU B (E-Engine)
INJ7
Injector 8
NY,0.5
C0529-2
12 Ohms
INJ8
Injector 9
NY,0.5
C2456-2
12 Ohms
NY,0.5
C2457-2
12 Ohms
INJ9
SPL5-VIGN/EN
Injector 10
INJ10
Injector 11
NY,0.5
C2458-2
12 Ohms
INJ11
Injector 12
NY,0.5
C2459-2
12 Ohms
INJ12
Figure 2 Fuel Injector Circuits
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0201 - P0206
Fault Code Definition
P0201 - P0206 - Injector circuit fault.
MIL Status
These codes will light the MIL lamp
P0201 - P0206 Fault Analysis
CAUTION: These codes may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary Powertrain Control Module
(PCM) Check that you are working on the correct
half of the engine.
1.
Connect the WDS or scan tool. Confirm that a
code in the range P0201 - P0206 is logged.
Primary PCM
P0201 - Injector 1 fault - PCM pin C0636-2
P0202 - Injector 2 fault - PCM pin C0636-9
P0203 - Injector 3 fault - PCM pin C0636-5
P0204 - Injector 4 fault - PCM pin C0636-4
P0205 - Injector 5 fault - PCM pin C0636-8
P0206 - Injector 6 fault - PCM pin C0636-3
Secondary PCM
P0201 - Injector 7 fault - PCM pin C2464-2
P0202 - Injector 8 fault - PCM pin C2464-9
P0203 - Injector 9 fault - PCM pin C2464-5
P0204 - Injector 10 fault - PCM pin C2464-4
P0205 - Injector 11 fault - PCM pin C2464-8
P0206 - Injector 12 fault - PCM pin C2464-3
2.
Disconnect the suspect injector and switch on the
ignition. Check for +12 volts from injector harness connector pin 2 to chassis ground.
Note: If the fault is intermittent, use datalogger to monitor all suspect injector signals during a road test.
If +12v is present, go to step 3.
If +12v is not present, Service the 12 volt supply
as necessary, reconnect the injector circuits.
Clear the fault code. Run a KOER test to ensure
that the problem is resolved.
3.
Switch off the ignition and install the break-out
box to the harness of the affected PCM.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0218
P0218 Transmission Fluid Temperature
Electronic Module
Hydraulic Module
Output Speed Sensor
Gearbox Temperature
Sensor
Turbine Speed Sensor
Suction Port
Discharge Port
Solenoid Valve 2
Position Switch
Figure 1. Transmission Fluid Temperature Sensor
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0218
Fault Code Definition
P0218 - Transmission fluid temperature sensor.
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp
P0218 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS or scan tool. Confirm that a
code P0218 is logged. Note any other gearbox
DTCs.
Monitor the Engine Coolant Temperature and the
Transmission Fluid Temperature during a road test.
The transmission oil is normally not as hot as the
engine coolant after a good run in normal ambient
conditions. If transmission oil is hotter than engine
coolant, suspect a problem in the gearbox cooling
circuit.
2.
Raise the car on a ramp and check the condition
of the gearbox cooling circuit. Trace the route of
all cooling pipes and verify that there are no
kinks, crushes or other obvious restrictions.
If all pipes are serviceable, go to step 3.
If any pipe is damaged or restricted, service as
necessary. Top up the gearbox oil level. Run an
extended road test to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
3.
If either B1318, P0641 or P1794 is logged,
resolve these battery power codes first and return
to step 5 of this procedure only if P0218 is logged
again after clearing the battery power codes.
If no additional gearbox codes are logged, go to
step 5.
4.
Check the gearbox for leaks and check the gearbox oil level (Service Manual Procedure). Top up
if necessary. Clear the P0218 code and run a brief
road test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
5.
Clear the P0218 code and run an extended road
test.
If P0218 is logged again, change the mechatronic
unit and run a road test to ensure that the problem is resoled
If P0218 is not logged again, the cause of the fault
is not present at this time and testing is complete.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0224
P0224 Throttle Position Sensor (Throttle Potentiometer)
Throttle Body
Throttle Motor and
Throttle Potentiometer
Figure 1. Throttle Position Sensor Location
Motor-Electronic Throttle A
TPRTN
TPBVREF
TP1-NS
TP2-PS
TACMTACM+
Primary PCM
C2465-2 G
OR,0.5
C0636-7G
C2465-3 G
OW,0.5
C0636-18G
C2465-5 G
OU,0.5
C0636-19G
C2465-6 G
OG,0.5
C0636-29G
C2465-1 G
OY,05
C0636-48
C2465-4 G
OS,05
C0636-47
Motor-Electronic Throttle B
TPRTN
TPBVREF
TP1-NS
TP2-PS
TACMTACM+
TPRTN
TPBVREF
TP1-NS
TP2-PS
TACMTACM+
Secondary PCM
C2466-2 G
OR,0.5
C2464-7G
C2466-3 G
OW,0.5
C2464-18G
C2466-5 G
OU,0.5
C2464-19G
C2466-6 G
OG,0.5
C2464-29G
C2466-1 G
OY,05
C2464-48
C2466-4 G
OS,05
C2464-47
TPRTN
TPBVREF
TP1-NS
TP2-PS
TACMTACM+
Figure 2. Throttle Position Sensor Circuits
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0224
Fault Code Definition
P0224 - Throttle position sensor (TP2) intermittent.
MIL Status
If +5 volts is available, there is an open circuit in
the +5 volt line from the PCM to throttle unit pin
3. Service the wiring as necessary.
Reset the PCMs and run a KOER test to ensure
that the problem is resolved.
This code will not light the MIL lamp
P0224 Fault Analysis
CAUTION: This code may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary Powertrain Control Module
(PCM) Check that you are working on the correct
half of the engine.
1.
Connect the WDS or scan tool. Confirm that a
code P0224 is logged.
2.
Access the following Throttle Potentiometer signals:
Throttle Potentiometer Track 1
Throttle Potentiometer Track 2
Key on, monitor the potentiometer readings
whilst moving the throttle pedal gently through its
full range of movement.
The TP signals should change smoothly within the
range 0.66 volts at closed throttle to 4.78 volts at
full throttle.
If any TP signal is erratic, go to step 3.
If any TP signal is constantly low, go to step 4.
3.
For erratic TP readings, suspect a defective throttle potentiometer, Fit a replacement throttle body.
Reset the PCMs and run a KOER test to ensure
that the problem is resolved.
4.
For low TP readings, disconnect the throttle unit
connector. Key on. Check the +5 volts reference
supply from the PCM at throttle unit harness connector pin 3 reference chassis ground and reference TPRTN at connector pin 2.
If +5 volts is not available, Install the PCM breakout box. Check the PCM +5 volt output at pin
C0636-18 (primary) or pin C2464-18 (secondary).
If +5 volts is not available, change the PCMs and
run a KOER test to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0300
P0300 - Misfiring
Coil Suppressor-Bank A
NY,1.0
C0997-1
NY,0.5
C0156-2
Ignition Circuits
Primary PCM
Ignition Coil 1
C0156-1
GU,0.5
C0636-1G
GS,0.5
C0636-38G
GK,0.5
C0636-24G
GW,0.5
C0636-39G
GB,0.5
C0636-12G
GR,0.5
C0636-35G
CD1
Ignition Coil 2
Underbonnet Fusebox
NY,0.5
C0052-2
RELAY 3
Sheet 61
Sheet 61
VBATT
F16
C0579-8
VIGN
15.0 Amps
C0574-6
GND
C0577-1
NY,1.0
SPL1-VIGN/EN
NY,0.5
C0276-2
C0276-1
CD3
Ignition Coil 4
NY,0.5
DIODE 4
C1770-2
C1770-1
CD4
Ignition Coil 5
RELAY 5
F7
NY,0.5
C0578-1
15.0 Amps
C1771-2
C1771-1
CD5
Ignition Coil 6
NY,0.5
C1772-2
C1772-1
DIODE 5
Ignition Coil 7
See Power Distribution
NY,0.5
C2087-1
C2087-2
CD6
Secondary PCM
UG,0.5
C2464-1G
SG,0.5
C2464-38G
KG,0.5
C2464-24G
NY,1.0
CD7
Ignition Coil 8
Central Electronic
Module
C0584-39
CD2
Ignition Coil 3
C2608-1
C2409-1
C0052-1
NY,0.5
C2088-2
IGN. OUT
F54
C2088-1
CD8
Ignition Coil 9
NY,0.5
10.0 Amps
C2460-2
C2460-1
CD9
Ignition Coil 10
NY,0.5
C2461-2
C2461-1
WG,0.5 C2464-39G
CD10
SPL3-VIGN/EN
Ignition Coil 11
NY,0.5
C2462-1
C2462-2
BG,0.5
C2464-12G
RG,0.5
C2464-35G
CD11
Ignition Coil 12
NY,0.5
C2463-2
C2463-1
CD12
Coil Suppressor-Bank B
NY,1.0
C2455-1
Fuel Injector Circuits
Underbonnet Fusebox
Sheet 61
C2608-1
C0579-8
VBATT
NY,0.5
F13
C0522-2
C0577-6
20.0 Amps
VIGN
Primary PCM
Injector 1
RELAY 3
NY,0.5
12 Ohms C0522-1
BU,0.5
C0636-2G
BY,0.5
C0636-9G
C0523-2
BK,0.5
C0636-5G
BW,0.5
C0636-4G
BS,0.5
C0636-8G
BR,0.5
C0636-3G
C0528-1
UB,0.5
C2464-2G
C0529-1
SB,0.5
C2464-9G
C2456-1
KB,0.5
C2464-5G
WB,0.5
C2464-4G
KB,0.5
C2464-8G
RB,0.5
C2464-3G
12 Ohms C0523-1
NY,0.5
Sheet 61
C0574-6
GND
DIODE 4
INJ2
Injector 3
NY,0.5
RELAY 5
F9
20.0 Amps
C2409-1
INJ1
Injector 2
C0524-2
C0578-2
SPL2-VIGN/EN
12 Ohms C0524-1
INJ3
Injector 4
NY,0.5
C0525-2
12 Ohms C0525-1
INJ4
Injector 5
DIODE 5
NY,0.5
C0526-2
12 Ohms C0526-1
See Power Distribution
INJ5
Injector 6
Central Electronic
Module
C0584-39
NY,0.5
C0527-2
12 Ohms C0527-1
NY,0.5
IGN. OUT
F54
Secondary PCM
Injector 7
NY,0.5
10.0 Amps
C0528-2
12 Ohms
INJ6
INJ7
Injector 8
NY,0.5
C0529-2
12 Ohms
INJ8
Injector 9
NY,0.5
C2456-2
SPL5-VIGN/EN
12 Ohms
INJ9
Injector 10
NY,0.5
C2457-2
12 Ohms
C2457-1
INJ10
Injector 11
NY,0.5
C2458-2
NY,0.5
C2459-2
12 Ohms
C2458-1
INJ11
Injector 12
12 Ohms
C2459-1
INJ12
Figure 1. Ignition and Fuel Injector Wiring
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0300
Fault Code Definition
P0300 - Multiple cylinder misfiring, or cannot
identify the misfiring cylinder. P0300 will often be
logged if misfires are logged on the other engine
bank.
1 Air Induction System Checks
1.
Visually check the air induction system for leaks,
damage or other defects and service as necessary.
2.
Using the datalogger, check and compare the two
MAF sensor signals with the engine running at
idle.
Note: All misfire codes are logged in the secondary
PCM only.
If the signals are clean and balanced, go to the
vacuum system checks.
MIL Status
If the signals are clean but not balanced, check
the air filter, filter mounting or for restrictions in
the air induction ducting. Service as necessary.
This code will light the MIL lamp
P0300 Fault Analysis
If the MAF signals show any electrical noise (voltage spikes above 0.05 volts) and the filter and
ducting are serviceable, change the affected MAF
sensor.
Preliminary Checks
1.
2.
Check if the vehicle has recently run out of fuel. If
so, reset the PCM to clear the DTCs and retest.
2 Vacuum System Checks
If code P0300 is detected again, check for other
relevant DTCs:
1.
P0301-12 individual cylinder misfire codes
PIP (Crankshaft sensor) circuit failure P0320
CMP (Camshaft sensor) circuit failure P0340/45
Injector failure P0201 - 0206
Ignition coil primary circuit P0351-P0356
Rectify the problem and clear the above codes
plus any other fuel or ignition related codes
before analysing the P0300 code as follows:
3.
Visually inspect all vacuum lines for damage,
such as pinched lines, cracks, proper routing and
assembly. Service or repair the vacuum system as
necessary.
If no fault is identified, go to the evaporative
emissions system checks.
If a fault is identified, service the system as necessary, reset the PCM and run a KOER test to ensure
that the problem is resolved.
Check the fuel pressure as follows:
Using the WDS datalogger, monitor the fuel pressure sensor signals.
Start the engine and run at idle speed. Record the
fuel pressure. Increase the engine speed to 2500
rpm and maintain for 1 minute. Record the fuel
pressure.
Nominal fuel pressure should be 40 psi above
inlet manifold pressure. The fuel system must be
capable of maintaining approximately 40 psi at
idle and at wider throttle openings.
If the fuel pressure is within specification, go to
the air induction system checks.
If the fuel pressure is outside the above specification, service the fuel system as necessary. Reset
the PCM and run a KOER test to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0300
3 Check the Evaporative Emission System
4 Fuel System Checks
1.
1.
Visually check the evaporative loss system for
obvious defects which could cause a vacuum
leak:- e.g.
Loose or defective fuel filler cap or seal
Loose connections at the inlet manifold.
Loose connections in the vapour recovery lines in
the engine bay.
Loose connections at the vapour management
valves.
If no defects are identified, go to step 2.
Injector
1
2
3
4
5
6
If any obvious defects are identified, service as
necessary and run the KOER test to ensure that
the problem is resolved.
2.
Run the WDS Evaporative Emission System Leak
Test.
3.
If no leak is detected, the misfire fault is not
caused by the evap loss system, go to the fuel system checks.
4.
If any leak is detected, service the evaporative
emission system as necessary. Clear the P0300
code and run a brief road test to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
Disconnect the affected PCM and install the
break-out box to the harness connector only.
Check the resistance of the fuel injectors and harness at the following test points:
Pins
Injector
C0636-2 to Fuse F18
C0636-9 to Fuse F18
C0636-5 to Fuse F18
C0636-4 to Fuse F18
C0636-8 to Fuse F18
C0636-3 to Fuse F18
7
8
9
10
11
12
Pins
C2464-2 to Fuse F6
C2464-9 to Fuse F6
C2464-5 to Fuse F63
C2464-4 to Fuse F6
C2464-8 to Fuse F6
C2464-3 to Fuse F63
Each resistance should be in the range 11 - 18Ω
Low resistance - check the affected circuits for
shorts to power or ground.
High resistance - check the affected circuits for
high resistance connections or open circuits.
2.
Remove the break-out box and reconnect the
PCM. Connect the WDS or scan tool. Run the
engine. Check the injector drive signal pulse
widths.
The injectors must show a stable pattern of injector pulses, short pulses (approx. 2ms) at idle and
steadily increasing pulse length as power demand
is increased.
If the injector driver signal goes continually low
or continually high, or is erratic, replace the
PCMs.
If all signals are consistent, with pulse lengths
increasing with engine speed (from approx. 2 ms
at idle), the electrical control circuits are good.
3.
Flow test the injectors:
Use a Rotunda Injector Tester or equivalent to
flow test the injectors according to the manufacturers instructions.
If any injector flow rate is not within specification, replace the defective injector. Rerun the
KOER Test.
If the injector flow rates are all within specification, the problem is not fuel related. Go to the
vacuum system checks.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0300
5 Check Base Engine
1.
Remove the inlet manifold on the affected side of
the engine. Remove the spark plug cover.
Remove each ignition coil in turn and check for
evidence of high voltage discharge, burned connector, etc.
If any fault is detected, replace the coil. Continue
with the following physical checks to identify any
additional contributory causes for the misfire.
If no fault is detected, go to step 2.
2.
Remove the spark plugs and check for fouling,
cracked insulators, incorrect gap, etc.
If any fault is detected, replace all spark plugs.
Continue with the following physical checks to
identify any additional contributory causes for the
misfire.
If no fault is detected, go to step 3.
3.
Check the cylinder compression pressures using
the Workshop Manual procedure.
If any compression pressure is low, repair the
engine as necessary.
4.
Remove the camshaft cover. Rotate the engine to
TDC No. 1 cylinder. Check for correct valve timing (workshop manual procedure)
If any fault is detected, perform the valve timing
adjustment. Continue with the following physical
checks to identify any additional contributory
causes for the misfire.
If no fault is detected, go to step 5.
5.
Reassemble the engine using new gaskets, seals
and sealants.
Reset the PCM and run a KOER test to ensure that
the problem has been resolved.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0301-312 / P0316
P0301-P0312 / P0316 - Misfiring
Coil Suppressor-Bank A
NY,1.0
C0997-1
NY,0.5
C0156-2
Ignition Circuits
Primary PCM
Ignition Coil 1
C0156-1
GU,0.5
C0636-1G
GS,0.5
C0636-38G
GK,0.5
C0636-24G
GW,0.5
C0636-39G
GB,0.5
C0636-12G
GR,0.5
C0636-35G
CD1
Ignition Coil 2
Underbonnet Fusebox
NY,0.5
C0052-2
RELAY 3
Sheet 61
Sheet 61
VBATT
F16
C0579-8
VIGN
15.0 Amps
C0574-6
GND
C0577-1
NY,1.0
SPL1-VIGN/EN
NY,0.5
C0276-2
C0276-1
CD3
Ignition Coil 4
NY,0.5
DIODE 4
C1770-2
C1770-1
CD4
Ignition Coil 5
RELAY 5
F7
NY,0.5
C0578-1
15.0 Amps
C1771-2
C1771-1
CD5
Ignition Coil 6
NY,0.5
C1772-2
C1772-1
DIODE 5
Ignition Coil 7
See Power Distribution
NY,0.5
C2087-1
C2087-2
CD6
Secondary PCM
UG,0.5
C2464-1G
SG,0.5
C2464-38G
KG,0.5
C2464-24G
NY,1.0
CD7
Ignition Coil 8
Central Electronic
Module
C0584-39
CD2
Ignition Coil 3
C2608-1
C2409-1
C0052-1
NY,0.5
C2088-2
IGN. OUT
F54
C2088-1
CD8
Ignition Coil 9
NY,0.5
10.0 Amps
C2460-2
C2460-1
CD9
Ignition Coil 10
NY,0.5
C2461-2
C2461-1
WG,0.5 C2464-39G
CD10
SPL3-VIGN/EN
Ignition Coil 11
NY,0.5
C2462-1
C2462-2
BG,0.5
C2464-12G
RG,0.5
C2464-35G
CD11
Ignition Coil 12
NY,0.5
C2463-2
C2463-1
CD12
Coil Suppressor-Bank B
NY,1.0
C2455-1
Fuel Injector Circuits
Underbonnet Fusebox
Sheet 61
C2608-1
C0579-8
VBATT
NY,0.5
F13
C0522-2
C0577-6
20.0 Amps
VIGN
Primary PCM
Injector 1
RELAY 3
NY,0.5
12 Ohms C0522-1
BU,0.5
C0636-2G
C0523-2
BY,0.5
C0636-9G
BK,0.5
C0636-5G
BW,0.5
C0636-4G
BS,0.5
C0636-8G
BR,0.5
C0636-3G
C0528-1
UB,0.5
C2464-2G
C0529-1
SB,0.5
C2464-9G
C2456-1
KB,0.5
C2464-5G
WB,0.5
C2464-4G
KB,0.5
C2464-8G
RB,0.5
C2464-3G
12 Ohms C0523-1
NY,0.5
Sheet 61
C0574-6
GND
DIODE 4
INJ2
Injector 3
NY,0.5
RELAY 5
F9
20.0 Amps
C2409-1
INJ1
Injector 2
C0524-2
C0578-2
SPL2-VIGN/EN
12 Ohms C0524-1
INJ3
Injector 4
NY,0.5
C0525-2
NY,0.5
C0526-2
12 Ohms C0525-1
INJ4
Injector 5
DIODE 5
12 Ohms C0526-1
See Power Distribution
INJ5
Injector 6
Central Electronic
Module
C0584-39
NY,0.5
C0527-2
12 Ohms C0527-1
NY,0.5
IGN. OUT
F54
Secondary PCM
Injector 7
NY,0.5
10.0 Amps
C0528-2
12 Ohms
INJ6
INJ7
Injector 8
NY,0.5
C0529-2
NY,0.5
C2456-2
12 Ohms
INJ8
Injector 9
SPL5-VIGN/EN
12 Ohms
INJ9
Injector 10
NY,0.5
C2457-2
12 Ohms
C2457-1
INJ10
Injector 11
NY,0.5
C2458-2
12 Ohms
C2458-1
INJ11
Injector 12
NY,0.5
C2459-2
12 Ohms
C2459-1
INJ12
Figure 1. Ignition and Fuel Injector Wiring
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0301-312 / P0316
Fault Code Definition
P0301 - P0312 - Single cylinder misfiring.
P0316 - Misfire - First 1000 engine revolutions.
Note: All misfire codes are logged in the secondary
PCM only.
the PCM and run a KOER test to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
1 Air Induction System Checks
1.
Visually check the air induction system for leaks,
damage or other defects and service as necessary.
2.
Using the datalogger, check and compare the two
MAF sensor signals with the engine running at
idle.
MIL Status
Codes P0301 to P0312 will not light the MIL
lamp. P0316 will light the MIL lamp.
If the signals are clean and balanced, go to the
vacuum system checks.
P0301-P0306 Fault Analysis
If the signals are clean but not balanced, check
the air filter, filter mounting or for restrictions in
the air induction ducting. Service as necessary.
Preliminary Checks
1.
2.
2 Vacuum System Checks
Check if the vehicle has recently run out of fuel. If
so, reset the PCM to clear the DTCs and retest.
1.
If code P0301-12 is detected again, check for
other relevant DTCs:
PIP (Crankshaft sensor) circuit failure P0320
CMP (Camshaft sensor) circuit failure P0340/45
Injector failure P0200 - 0206
Ignition coil primary circuit P0351-P0356
Rectify the problem and clear the above codes
plus any other fuel or ignition related codes
before analysing the P0300 code as follows:
3.
If the MAF signals show any electrical noise (voltage spikes above 0.05 volts) and the filter and
ducting are serviceable, change the affected MAF
sensor.
Note: For P0316 a 1000 counter is started as the
engine starts and resets to zero every 1000 engine revs
provided that no misfires have occurred. This code will
be set if the engine misfires during the 1000 count
cycle.
Visually inspect all vacuum lines for damage,
such as pinched lines, cracks, proper routing and
assembly. Service or repair the vacuum system as
necessary.
If no fault is identified, go to the evaporative
emissions system checks.
If a fault is identified, service the system as necessary, reset the PCM and run a KOER test to ensure
that the problem is resolved.
Check the fuel pressure as follows:
Using the WDS datalogger, monitor the fuel pressure sensor signals.
Start the engine and run at idle speed. Record the
fuel pressure. Increase the engine speed to 2500
rpm and maintain for 1 minute. Record the fuel
pressure.
Nominal fuel pressure should be 40 psi above
inlet manifold pressure. The fuel system must be
capable of maintaining approximately 40 psi at
idle and at wider throttle openings.
If the fuel pressure is within specification, go to
the air induction system checks.
If the fuel pressure is outside the above specification, service the fuel system as necessary. Reset
April 2004
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0301-312 / P0316
3 Check the Evaporative Emission System
4 Fuel System Checks
1.
1.
Visually check the evaporative loss system for
obvious defects which could cause a vacuum
leak:- e.g.
Loose or defective fuel filler cap or seal
Loose connections at the inlet manifold.
Loose connections in the vapour recovery lines in
the engine bay.
Loose connections at the vapour management
valves.
If no defects are identified, go to step 2.
Injector
1
2
3
4
5
6
If any obvious defects are identified, service as
necessary and run the KOER test to ensure that
the problem is resolved.
2.
Run the WDS Evaporative Emission System Leak
Test.
3.
If no leak is detected, the misfire fault is not
caused by the evap loss system, go to the fuel system checks.
4.
If any leak is detected, service the evaporative
emission system as necessary. Clear the P0301P0306 code and run a brief road test to ensure
that the problem is resolved.
Disconnect the affected PCM and install the
break-out box to the harness connector only.
Check the resistance of the fuel injectors and harness at the following test points:
Pins
Injector
C0636-2 to Fuse F18
C0636-9 to Fuse F18
C0636-5 to Fuse F18
C0636-4 to Fuse F18
C0636-8 to Fuse F18
C0636-3 to Fuse F18
7
8
9
10
11
12
Pins
C2464-2 to Fuse F6
C2464-9 to Fuse F6
C2464-5 to Fuse F63
C2464-4 to Fuse F6
C2464-8 to Fuse F6
C2464-3 to Fuse F63
Each resistance should be in the range 11 - 18Ω
Low resistance - check the affected circuits for
shorts to power or ground.
High resistance - check the affected circuits for
high resistance connections or open circuits.
2.
Remove the break-out box and reconnect the
PCM. Connect the WDS or scan tool. Run the
engine. Check the injector drive signal pulse
widths.
The injectors must show a stable pattern of injector pulses, short pulses (approx. 2ms) at idle and
steadily increasing pulse length as power demand
is increased.
If the injector driver signal goes continually low
or continually high, or is erratic, replace the
PCMs.
If all signals are consistent, with pulse lengths
increasing with engine speed (from approx. 2 ms
at idle), the electrical control circuits are good.
3.
Flow test the injectors:
Use a Rotunda Injector Tester or equivalent to
flow test the injectors according to the manufacturers instructions.
If any injector flow rate is not within specification, replace the defective injector. Rerun the
KOER Test.
If the injector flow rates are all within specification, the problem is not fuel related. Go to the
vacuum system checks.
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April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0301-312 / P0316
5 Check Base Engine
1.
Remove the inlet manifold on the affected side of
the engine. Remove the spark plug cover.
Remove each ignition coil in turn and check for
evidence of high voltage discharge, burned connector, etc.
If any fault is detected, replace the coil. Continue
with the following physical checks to identify any
additional contributory causes for the misfire.
If no fault is detected, go to step 2.
2.
Remove the spark plugs and check for fouling,
cracked insulators, incorrect gap, etc.
If any fault is detected, replace all spark plugs.
Continue with the following physical checks to
identify any additional contributory causes for the
misfire.
If no fault is detected, go to step 3.
3.
Check the cylinder compression pressures using
the Workshop Manual procedure.
If any compression pressure is low, repair the
engine as necessary.
4.
Remove the camshaft cover. Rotate the engine to
TDC No. 1 cylinder. Check for correct valve timing (workshop manual procedure)
If any fault is detected, perform the valve timing
adjustment. Continue with the following physical
checks to identify any additional contributory
causes for the misfire.
If no fault is detected, go to step 5.
5.
Reassemble the engine using new gaskets, seals
and sealants.
Reset the PCM and run a KOER test to ensure that
the problem has been resolved.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0315
P0315 - Crankshaft Position Sensor
Crank Sensors
Figure 1. Crankshaft Position Sensor Location
Sensor-Crank Position
Primary PCM
C0168-2G
R,05
C0636-34G
C0168-1G
U,05
C0636-45G
SCR,05
SPL12-GND/EN
B,0.5
C0563-1
CPSA-SC
CKP+
CKP-
Earth-Bank A
Cam/Crank
Screens
Sensor-Crank Position
Secondary PCM
C0170-2G
R,05
C2464-34G
C0170-1G
U,05
C2464-45G
SCR,05
CPSB-SC
CAMB-SC
SPL23-GND/EN
B,0.5
CKP+
CKP-
C0561-1 Earth-Bank B
Cam/Crank
Screens
SCR,05
Figure 2. Crankshaft Position Sensor Circuit
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0315
Fault Code Definition
6.
If no wiring problems are identified, contact
Aston Martin Technical Support.
P0315 - Crankshaft position sensor - System variation not learned.
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp
P0315 Fault Analysis
Note: The crankshaft position is detected by monitoring
the crankshaft position sensor signals. The signals
should follow a regular pattern of 35 pulses and then a
one pulse gap (36 tooth wheel on the crankshaft nose
with one tooth missing) for each engine revolution.
Variations in the crank position sensor pulses are monitored using a fast electronic counter in the Engine
Control Module (PCM), the number of counts between
successive crankshaft sensor pulses are noted. Any variation in counts due to minor machining tolerances in
the crankshaft toothed wheel are noted for the first
engine revolutions and remembered as a standard
against which all future crank position signals are monitored.
1.
Connect the WDS and check that P0315 is
logged.
2.
Using the WDS oscilloscope, monitor the crank
sensor signals with the engine running. The signals should follow a regular pattern of 35 pulses
and then a one pulse gap. This sequence must
repeat every engine revolution for both sensors.
3.
If either sensor shows an erratic pulse pattern,
replace the sensor and recheck the pulse pattern.
4.
Access the crank sensors and check for physical
security.
If any problem is identified with sensor security,
service the engine as necessary. Clear the P0315
code and run a KOER test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
If no problems are identified, go to step 5.
5.
If the problem persists, check for wiring problems
in the sensor circuit between PCM pins C0636-34
and C0636-45 (primary) or between C2464-34
and C2464-45 (secondary). Service the wiring as
necessary and run a KOER test to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0320
P0320 - Ignition Engine Speed Input Circuit Fault
Crank Sensors
Figure 1. Crankshaft Position Sensor Location
Sensor-Crank Position
Primary PCM
C0168-2G
R,05
C0636-34G
C0168-1G
U,05
C0636-45G
SCR,05
SPL12-GND/EN
B,0.5
C0563-1
CPSA-SC
CKP+
CKP-
Earth-Bank A
Cam/Crank
Screens
Sensor-Crank Position
Secondary PCM
C0170-2G
R,05
C2464-34G
C0170-1G
U,05
C2464-45G
SCR,05
CPSB-SC
CAMB-SC
SPL23-GND/EN
B,0.5
CKP+
CKP-
C0561-1 Earth-Bank B
Cam/Crank
Screens
SCR,05
Figure 2. Crankshaft Position Sensor - Wiring
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0320
Fault Code Definition
P0320 - Ignition engine speed input circuit
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp
P0320 Fault Analysis
Note: The basic ignition timing is derived from the
crankshaft position sensor signal (CKP). This signal is
processed in the ignition control circuits to provide the
PIP (Profile Ignition Pickup) signal. The PIP signal
pulses at half engine speed with pulse lead edges rising
at 10° before top dead centre. Final ignition timing will
be advanced or retarded from this 10°BTDC position as
necessary. If the PIP signal is erratic, a P0320 code will
be logged.
1.
Connect the WDS and check that P0320 is
logged. Note which PCM is recording the fault.
2.
Start the engine and allow the KOER terst to complete. On completion of the KOER test, use datalogger to record both crank position signals whilst
the engine is running.
Check the recorded data, comparing the two CKP
signals.
If at any constant engine speed, the signal pulse
widths differ by more than 25%, the crank sensor
providing the unstable signal is suspect.
3.
Access the crankshaft position sensors. Check
both sensors for correct mounting and security.
If both sensors are correctly mounted, go to step
4.
If either sensor mounting is loose, secure the sensor. Clear the P0320 code. Repeat the KOER test
and the CKP signal comparison to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
4.
Check the security and condition of the CKP sensor connector.
If any electrical fault is detected, service the wiring as necessary. Clear the P0320 code and rerun
the KOER test to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
If no electrical fault is detected, contact Aston
Martin Technical Support.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0322
P0322 - Crankshaft POsition Signal Lost
Crank Sensors
Figure 1. Crankshaft and Camshaft Sensor Locations
Sensor-Crank Position
Primary PCM
C0168-2G
R,05
C0636-34G
C0168-1G
U,05
C0636-45G
SCR,05
SPL12-GND/EN
B,0.5
C0563-1
CPSA-SC
CKP+
CKP-
Earth-Bank A
Cam/Crank
Screens
Sensor-Crank Position
Secondary PCM
C0170-2G
R,05
C2464-34G
C0170-1G
U,05
C2464-45G
SCR,05
CPSB-SC
CAMB-SC
SPL23-GND/EN
B,0.5
CKP+
CKP-
C0561-1 Earth-Bank B
Cam/Crank
Screens
SCR,05
Figure 2. Crankshaft Sensor Circuit
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0322
Fault Code Definition
P0322 - Crankshaft sensor signal lost
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp.
P0322 Fault Analysis
CAUTION: This code may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary Powertrain Control Module
(PCM). Check that you are working on the correct
half of the engine.
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P0322 is
logged. Note any other logged DTCs.
2.
Check the relevant crank sensor for disconnection, damaged wiring or other wiring defect.
If no obvious wiring defect is present, go to step 3
If any wiring defect is identified, service the wiring as necessary. Set WDS to monitor both crank
signals. Run the engine and ensure that both signals are satisfactory.
3.
Using the WDS oscilloscope, monitor the crank
sensor signals with the engine running. The signals should follow a regular pattern of 35 pulses
and then a one pulse gap. This sequence must
repeat every engine revolution for both sensors.
4.
If any crank signal pulse is missing or malformed,
swap the crankshaft sensors bank to bank and
repeat the datalogger check.
If the fault swaps to the opposite bank, replace
the faulty crankshaft sensor. Clear the P0322
code and run a KOER test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
If the fault remains on the original engine bank,
service the crankshaft sensor wiring as necessary.
Clear the P03226 code and run anengine test to
ensure that the problem is resolved.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0340 / P0345
P0340 / P0345 - Cylinder Identification Sensor (CID)
Cam (CID) Sensor
Figure 1. Camshaft (Cylinder Identification - CID) Sensor Location
Cam Position Sensor)
CAMA-SC
Primary PCM
SCR,05
C0176-2G
R,05
C0176-1G
U,05
SPL12-GND/EN
B,0.5
C0563-1
Earth-Bank A
Cam/Crank
Screens
C0636-15G
CID1
VRSRTN
Secondary PCM
Cam Position Sensor
CAMB-SC
C0636-25G
SCR,05
C1463-2G
R,05
C1463-1G
U,05
SPL23-GND/EN
B,0.5
C0561-1
Earth-Bank B
Cam/Crank
Screens
C2464-25G
C2464-15G
CID1
VRSRTN
Figure 2. Cylinder Identification Sensor Wiring
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April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0340 / P0345
Fault Code Definition
P0340 - During self-test, a cylinder identification
(CID) sensor circuit failure was detected. Bank 1
5.
Check the security of the cylinder identification
sensor physical mounting. If loose, secure and
retest. If the sensor is already secure, replace the
sensor and retest. If the fault continues, contact
Aston Martin Technical Support.
P0345 - During self-test, a cylinder identification
(CID) sensor circuit failure was detected. Bank 2
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp
P0340 / P0345 Fault Analysis
CAUTION: This code may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary Powertrain Control Module
(PCM) Check that you are working on the correct
half of the engine.
1.
Connect the WDS or scan tool. Record all logged
DTCs. Complete the PCM reset procedure to
clear all logged DTCs.
2.
Check the continuity from the cylinder identification sensor cable screen to chassis ground.
If any defect is identified in the screen continuity,
service as necessary, reset the PCM and retest.
If no defects are identified in the screen continuity, go to step 3.
3.
Set the datalogger to monitor the cylinder identification signals (CID).
Start the engine. Whilst monitoring the sensor signals, increase engine revs to greater than 1500 for
10 seconds and allow it to return to idle speed.
Repeat this sequence twice more.
The sensor signal must show a regular pattern of
pulses, one pulse per two engine revolutions.
If the pulse pattern is irregular or has missing
pulses, go on to step 4.
If the pulse pattern is regular, the P0340 fault is
intermittent, go to the Intermittent Signal Procedure.
4.
Install the PCM breakout box. Disconnect the cylinder identification sensor. Check continuity of
the signal line to PCM pin C0636-25 primary or
C2464-25 secondary. The line should measure
less than 5.0Ω. If a resistance higher than 5.0Ω is
measured, repair or replace the wiring as necessary. If continuity meets specification, continue to
step 5.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0351 - 0356
P0351 - 0356 - Ignition Coil Primary Circuits
Ignition Coil
Ignition Coils
Spark Plug
Figure 1. Ignition Coil location
Coil Suppressor-Bank A
NY,1.0
C0997-1
NY,0.5
C0156-2
Primary PCM
Ignition Coil 1
C0156-1
GU,0.5
C0636-1G
GS,0.5
C0636-38G
GK,0.5
C0636-24G
GW,0.5
C0636-39G
GB,0.5
C0636-12G
GR,0.5
C0636-35G
CD1
Ignition Coil 2
Underbonnet Fusebox
NY,0.5
C0052-2
RELAY 3
Sheet 61
Sheet 61
CD2
Ignition Coil 3
C2608-1
VBATT
F16
C0579-8
VIGN
15.0 Amps
C0574-6
GND
C0577-1
NY,1.0
SPL1-VIGN/EN
NY,0.5
C0276-2
C0276-1
CD3
Ignition Coil 4
DIODE 4
NY,0.5
C1770-2
NY,0.5
C1771-2
C1770-1
CD4
Ignition Coil 5
RELAY 5
F7
C0578-1
15.0 Amps
C2409-1
C0052-1
C1771-1
CD5
Ignition Coil 6
NY,0.5
C1772-2
NY,0.5
C2087-2
NY,0.5
C2088-2
C1772-1
DIODE 5
CD6
See Power Distribution
Central Electronic
Module
C0584-39
Secondary PCM
Ignition Coil 7
C2087-1
UG,0.5
C2464-1G
SG,0.5
C2464-38G
KG,0.5
C2464-24G
NY,1.0
IGN. OUT
F54
CD7
Ignition Coil 8
10.0 Amps
C2088-1
CD8
Ignition Coil 9
NY,0.5
C2460-2
NY,0.5
C2461-2
C2460-1
CD9
Ignition Coil 10
C2461-1
WG,0.5 C2464-39G
CD10
SPL3-VIGN/EN
Ignition Coil 11
NY,0.5
C2462-2
C2462-1
BG,0.5
C2464-12G
RG,0.5
C2464-35G
CD11
Ignition Coil 12
NY,0.5
C2463-2
C2463-1
CD12
Coil Suppressor-Bank B
NY,1.0
C2455-1
Figure 2. Ignition Coil Wiring (Primary PCM)
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0351 - 0356
Fault Code Definition
2.
P0351 - Ignition coil 1 primary malfunction
P0352 - Ignition coil 2 primary malfunction
P0353 - Ignition coil 3 primary malfunction
P0354 - Ignition coil 4 primary malfunction
P0355 - Ignition coil 5 primary malfunction
P0356 - Ignition coil 6 primary malfunction
If the substitute PCMs resolves the problem, fit a
permanent replacement.
If the substitute PCMs do not resolve the problem,
the fault is intermittent breakdown in the ignition
coil. Replace the suspect ignition coil.
MIL Status
Remove the substitute PCMs and reconnect the
original. Run a KOER test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
These codes will light the MIL lamp
P0350 - P0356 Fault Analysis
CAUTION: This code may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary Powertrain Control Module
(PCM). Check that you are working on the correct
half of the engine.
Note: If P0340 is logged, analyse the P0340 problem
first.
1.
Switch off the ignition and disconnect the relevant PCM.
Install the break-out box to the PCM harness connector only.
Switch on the ignition and check for +12V ignition at the following pins on the break-out box.
Primary PCM (Right Hand)
Ignition coil 1 - Primary PCM Pin C0636-1
Ignition coil 2 - Primary PCM Pin C0636-38
Ignition coil 3 - Primary PCM Pin C0636-24
Ignition coil 4 - Primary PCM Pin C0636-39
Ignition coil 5 - Primary PCM Pin C0636-12
Ignition coil 6 - Primary PCM Pin C0636-35
Disconnect the break-out box and connect a substitute pair of PCMs. Run a KOER test to ensure
that the problem is resolved.
3.
Remove the inlet manifold and spark plug cover
from the affected side of the engine.
Refer to the circuit on the previous page and
check continuity of the wiring from underbonnet
fusebox F7 to pin 2 of the ignition coil connector.
Also check continuity from pin 2 of the ignition
coil connector to the relevant PCM connector pin
(see list in step 1).
If a wiring fault is identified, service the wiring as
necessary. Reconnect all components and run a
KOER test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
If no wiring fault is identified, swap the misfire
detection modules between engine banks. Run
the engine to see if the fault swaps to the other
bank. If so, change the defective misfire module.
If swapping the misfire modules has no effect,
replace the relevant ignition coil. Refit and reconnect all components and run a KOER test to
ensure that the problem is resolved.
Secondary PCM (Left Hand)
Ignition coil 7 - Secondary PCM Pin C2464-1
Ignition coil 8 - Secondary PCM Pin C2464-38
Ignition coil 9 - Secondary PCM Pin C2464-24
Ignition coil 10 - Secondary PCM Pin C2464-39
Ignition coil 11 - Secondary PCM Pin C2464-12
Ignition coil 12 - Secondary PCM Pin C2464-35
If +12 volts is available at all pins, go to step 2.
If +12 volts is not available at any pin, check the
+12V ignition supply through the underbonnet
fusebox F7 to the ignition coil connectors pin 2.
If +12 volts is not available at only one pin, go to
step 3.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0420
P0420 - Cylinder 1-3 Catalyst Failure
Catalytic Converter
Cylinders 1-3
Figure 1. Catalyst Efficiency System Components
Bank A
Primary PCM
BP,0.5
C0636-41G
SIGRTN
Underbonnet Fusebox
Sensor-Heated Oxygen-FRNT
RELAY 3
Sheet 61 C2608-1 VBATT
C0579-8
F18
C0577-3
NY,2.0
SPL13-SRTN/EN
BP,0.5
C0370-3G
SPL10-VIGN/EN
NY,1.0
C0370-1
C0370-4G W,0.5
C0370-2
UP,1.0
C0636-30G
C0636-49
Sheet 61 C0574-6 GND
Primary PCM
DIODE 4
BP,0.5
C0634-41G
SIGRTN
See Power Distribution
Central Electronic
Module
C0584-39
Sensor-Catalyst Monitor-FRNT
BP,0.5
IGN. OUT
F54
C0643-3G
SPL11-SRTN/EN
10.0 Amps
C0643-1
C0643-4G W,0.5
C0634-24G
SP,1.0
C0634-47
C0643-2
NY,1.0
BP,0.5 C2464-41G
Underbonnet Fusebox
HTR12
C2608-1
VBATT
C0579-8
VIGN
C0574-6
GND
F6
SIGRTN
Sensor-Heated Oxygen-FRNT
SPL6-SRTN/EN
RELAY 5
Sheet 61
HEGO12
Secondary PCM
Bank B
Sheet 61
HTR11
15.0 Amps
VIGN
C2409-1
HEGO11
C0577-5
NY,2.0
SPL9-VIGN/EN
BP,0.5 C0164-3G
C0164-4G W,0.5
NY,1.0
C0164-2
C0164-1
C2464-30G
SP,1.0
C2464-49
BP,0.5
C0637-6
HEGO11
HTR11
15.0 Amps
Secondary PCM
DIODE 5
See Power distribution
BP,0.5 C0637-41G
C2409-1
Central Electronic
Module
IGN. OUT
C0584-39
F54
10.0 Amps
PRI/SEC
SIGRTN
Sensor-Catalyst Monitor-FRNT
BP,0.5 C0103-3G
SPL4-SRTN/EN
NY,1.0
C0103-1
C0103-4G
W,0.5 C0637-24G
C0103-2
UP,1.0
C0637-47
HEGO12
HTR12
Figure 2. Heated Oxygen Sensor HO2S-2 Wiring
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0420
Fault Code Definition
6.
P0420 - Indicates that cylinder 1-3 catalyst system
efficiency is below the acceptable threshold.
Note: Fuel pressure outside specification can cause
incorrect fuel air mixture leading to higher than normal
catalyst temperatures.
MIL Status
Run the engine at idle. Record the fuel pressure.
Increase engine speed to 2500 rpm and maintain
for one minute. Record the fuel pressure.
This code will light the MIL lamp
P0420 Fault Analysis
The nominal fuel pressure specification is 40 psi
above manifold pressure.
Notes
1.Ensure that the customer has not used leaded fuel
If fuel pressure is in specification, go on to step 7.
2.Ensure that the customer has not experienced high
oil consumption.
3.Internal deterioration of a catalytic convertor is usually caused by abnormal engine operation upstream of
the catalyst. Events which may produce higher than
normal temperatures, e.g. misfiring, are particularly
suspect.
If fuel pressure is out of specification, service as
necessary. Reset the PCM and run a KOER test to
ensure that the problem is resolved.
7.
CAUTION: This code may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary Powertrain Control Module
(PCM). Check that you are working on the correct
half of the engine.
1.
Connect the WDS and note all logged DTCs. If
any HO2S DTCs are recorded, analyse these
problems, then return to this procedure.
2.
If any ECT sensor DTCs are recorded P0116,
P0117, P0118, P0119, or P1116, analyse these
problems, then return to this procedure.
3.
4.
5.
If any other DTCs are recorded (not including the
initial P0420) analyse these codes, then return to
this procedure.
Check the wiring of each catalyst monitor oxygen
sensor. If any wiring error is found, correct it, then
reset the PCM memory and rerun the KOER Test
to check that the problem is resolved. If no wiring
errors are found, go to step 6.
Whilst running the engine, use datalogger to
compare the upstream and downstream oxygen
sensor signals for each engine bank.
If the signals are significantly different, indicating
a correctly working catalyst, go to step 6.
If the upstream and downstream signals on either
bank are identical, the catalyst on that bank is
defective and must be replaced. Investigate for
possible causes before running the engine on the
new catalyst.
April 2004
Using datalogger, monitor the fuel pressure in
both fuel rails.
Check for leaks/damage in the exhaust system.
Examine all flanges for security and leaks. Examine all components for splits or corrosion. Examine supports for security to avoid any flexing
under road shock. Check the complete system for
damage which could cause restrictions.
If any defects are identified, repair or replace
components as necessary and retest the vehicle to
check for complete resolution of the problem. If
no defects are found, go to step 8.
8.
Check the inlet manifold vacuum:
Attach a vacuum gauge to the inlet manifold.
Start the engine and allow it to run at idle speed
whilst observing the vacuum gauge.
Note: The vacuum gauge reading may be normal when
the engine is first started and idled. However, excessive
restriction in the exhaust system will cause the vacuum
to diminish even when the engine is idling.
Note the initial gauge reading and any change in
the reading during the initial period at idle speed.
Steadily increase engine speed to 2000 rpm, then
allow it to slowly decrease back to idle speed.
The manifold vacuum must rise to at least 16
inches Hg with the engine at 2000 rpm.
If a vacuum of less than 16 inches Hg at 2000
rpm is observed, remove the exhaust system and
check for restrictions or blockage.
If the manifold vacuum met the basic specification, the P0420/P0430 codes are caused by poor
catalyst performance, change the catalytic covertors and run the drive cycle to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0430
P0430 - Cylinder 4-6 Catalyst Failure
Catalytic Converter
Cylinders 4-6
Figure 1. Catalyst Efficiency System Components
Underbonnet Fusebox
Primary PCM
RELAY 3
Sheet 61
C2608-1 VBATT
C0579-8
Sheet 61
F18
NY,2.0
C0636-41G
SPL10-VIGN/EN
SIGRTN
15.0 Amps
VIGN
C0574-6 GND
C0577-3
SPL13-SRTN/EN
Sensor-Heated Oxygen-REAR
DIODE 4
See Power Distribution
BP,0.5 C0642-3G
C0642-4G
RN,0.5 C0636-31G
NY,1.0
C0642-2
PU,1.0
C0642-1
HEGO21
C0636-50
HTR21
C2409-1
Primary PCM
Central Electronic
Module
BP,0.5
SIGRTN
IGN. OUT
F54
C0584-39
SPL11-SRTN/EN
Sensor-Catalyst Monitor-REAR
10.0 Amps
BP,0.5 C0644-3G
C0644-4G GN,0.5 C0634-25G
NY,1.0
C0644-2
C0644-1
PS,1.0
Underbonnet Fusebox
VBATT
C0579-8
VIGN
Sheet 61 C0574-6
GND
F6
C0634-48
HEGO22
HTR22
Secondary PCM
RELAY 5
Sheet 61 C2608-1
C0634-41G
C0577-5
NY,2.0
BP,0.5 C2464-41G
SPL9-VIGN/EN
SIGRTN
15.0 Amps
SPL6-SRTN/EN
DIODE 5
Sensor-Heated Oxygen-REAR
See Power distribution
C2409-1
BP,0.5 C0908-3G
C0908-4G RN,0.5 C2464-31G
NY,1.0
C0908-2
C0908-1
IGN. OUT
F54
10.0 Amps
C2464-50
BP,0.5
C0637-6
HTR21
Secondary PCM
Central Electronic
Module
C0584-39
PS,1.0
HEGO21
BP,0.5 C0637-41G
PRI/SEC
SIGRTN
SPL4-SRTN/EN
Sensor-Catalyst Monitor-REAR
BP,0.5 C0676-3G
C0676-4G GN,0.5 C0637-25G
NY,1.0
C0676-2
C0676-1
PU,1.0
C0637-48
HEGO22
HTR22
Figure 2. Heated Oxygen Sensor HO2S-2 Wiring
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April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0430
Fault Code Definition
Note: Fuel pressure outside specification can cause
incorrect fuel air mixture leading to higher than normal
catalyst temperatures.
P0430 - Indicates that cylinder 4-6 catalyst system
efficiency is below the acceptable threshold.
Run the engine at idle. Record the fuel pressure.
Increase engine speed to 2500 rpm and maintain
for one minute. Record the fuel pressure.
MIL Status
The nominal fuel pressure specification is 40 psi
above manifold pressure.
This code will light the MIL lamp
P0430 Fault Analysis
If fuel pressure is in specification, go on to step 7.
Notes
If fuel pressure is out of specification, service the
fuel system as necessary. Reset the PCM and run
a KOER test to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
1. Ensure that the customer has not refuelled the vehicle with leaded fuel
2. Ensure that the customer has not experienced high
oil consumption.
3. Internal deterioration of a catalytic convertor is
usually caused by abnormal engine operation
upstream of the catalyst. Events which may produce higher than normal temperatures, e.g. misfiring, are particularly suspect.
1.
2.
Connect the WDS and note all logged DTCs. If
any misfire DTCs P0300 - P0306 are recorded,
analyse the misfire problem first.
If any HO2S DTCs P0133, P0135, P0141, P0155
or P0161 are recorded, analyse these problems,
then return to this procedure.
3.
If any ECT sensor DTCs are recorded P0116,
P0117, P0118, P0119 or P1116, analyse these
problems, then return to this procedure.
4.
If any other DTCs are recorded, analyse these
codes, then return to this procedure.
5.
Check the wiring of each rear heated oxygen sensor. If any wiring error is found, correct it, then
reset the PCM memory and rerun the KOER Test
to check that the problem is resolved. If no wiring
errors are found, go to step 6.
6.
Whilst running the engine, use datalogger to
compare the upstream and downstream oxygen
sensor signals.
If the signals are significantly different, indicating
a correctly working catalyst, go to step 6.
If the upstream and downstream signals on either
bank are identical, the catalyst on that bank is
defective and must be replaced. Investigate for
possible causes before running the engine on the
new catalyst.
7.
8.
Use datalogger to monitor the fuel pressure in
both fuel rails.
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Check for leaks or damage in the exhaust system.
Examine all flanges for security and leaks. Examine all components for splits or serious corrosion.
Examine all supports for security to avoid any
flexing of the system under road shock. Check for
damage which could cause restrictions.
If any defects are identified, repair or replace
components as necessary and retest the vehicle to
check for complete resolution of the problem. If
no defects are found, go to step 8.
9.
Check the inlet manifold vacuum:
Attach a vacuum gauge to the inlet manifold.
Start the engine and allow it to run at idle speed
whilst observing the vacuum gauge.
Note: The vacuum gauge reading may be normal when
the engine is first started and idled. However, excessive
restriction in the exhaust system will cause the vacuum
to diminish even when the engine is idling.
Note the initial gauge reading and any change in
the reading during the initial period at idle speed.
Steadily increase engine speed to 2000 rpm, then
allow it to slowly decrease back to idle speed.
The manifold vacuum must rise to at least 16
inches Hg with the engine at 2000 rpm.
If a vacuum of less than 16 inches Hg at 2000
rpm is observed, remove the exhaust system and
check for restrictions or blockage.
If the manifold vacuum met the basic specification, the P0420/P0430 codes are caused by poor
catalyst performance, change the catalytic convertors and run the drive cycle to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
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P0442
P0442 - Evaporative Loss - Vapour Recovery System
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P0442
Fault Code Definition
4.
P0442 - Unable to hold tank vacuum (small leak)
With the fuel filler cap securely in place, connect
an evaporative loss system tester to the schreader
valve near the primary carbon canister.
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp
Temporarily plug the vent pipe from the canister
vent valve to atmosphere.
P0442 Fault Analysis
Pump a pressure of 14.0±1 in H O (34.8 kPa) into
the fuel system. Hold the pressure and monitor
the gauge reading.
2
Note: The integrity of the vapour recovery system is
checked by closing the canister vent valve, opening the
vapour management valve and applying a vacuum
from the inlet manifold. When the fuel tank vacuum is
at an appropriate level, the VMV is closed.
If the system cannot hold the pressure for at least
one minute, go to step 5.
The vacuum in the closed vapour recovery system may
then be monitored using the fuel tank pressure transducer.
If the system does hold the pressure for one
minute, the problem is forward of the vapour
management valves. Go to step 5.
The system checks for small leaks (P0442) or for gross
leaks (P0455).
5.
CAUTION: This code is generated only in the Primary Powertrain Control Module (PCM). Check
that you are working on the primary half of the
engine.
1.
WARNING: Do not exceed the maximum pressure specified in this step. Excessive pressure can
cause damage in the fuel system.
Use the ultrasonic leak detector to locate the leak
by sound. Service the system as necessary.
If the leak cannot be detected, go to step 6.
Run a Soak and Road Test as detailed below to
ensure that the problem is resolved.
Connect the WDS and read the logged DTCs.
6.
If P0443, P0446 - P0457 are logged, rectify these
problems first. Return to this procedure only if
P0442 is logged again after clearing these codes.
Remove the vapour recovery tubes from the inlet
manifolds. Connect the evap loss system tester to
one tube.
Pressurise the tube to 14.0±1 in H O (34.8 kPa)
and monitor the gauge reading for one minute. If
the pressure drops, use the ultrasonic leak detector to locate the leak by sound. Service the system
as necessary.
2
2.
Check the evaporative loss system for obvious
defects which could cause a vacuum leak:- e.g.
Loose or defective fuel filler cap or seal
Loose vapour connections at the canisters
Loose connections in the vapour recovery lines in
the engine bay.
If no defects are identified, go to step 3.
If any defects are identified, service as necessary
and run the KOER test to ensure that the problem
is resolved.
3.
Run the WDS Evaporative Emission Leak Test.
If a leak is detected, go to step 4.
If no leak is detected, clear the P0442 code and
run a road test to confirm that the problem is no
longer present.
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Reassemble the system and run a Soak and Road
Test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
If no leak is detected, the fault is not present at
this time and testing is complete. Clear logged
DTCs.
Soak and Road Test
The vacuum tests are only run during a drive cycle
after the ignition has been switched off for more
than 5 hours. If less than 5 hours have elapsed, the
vacuum tests are omitted from the drive cycle.
Leave the vehicle parked overnight (or more than
5 hours) and then run a road test which must include steady running at over 40 m.p.h. for more
than 5 minutes.
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P0443
P0443 - Vapour Management Valve
Figure 1. Vapour Management Valve Location
Underbonnet Fusebox
RELAY 3
Sheet 61
Sheet 61
Primary PCM
Valve-Electric Vapour Management
C2608-1
VBATT
F14
C0579-8
VIGN
10.0 Amps
C0574-6
GND
C0577-7
R,0.5
C2275-12
R,0.5
C2472-1
PWR
EVMV
C2472-2
YR,0.5
C2275-11
YR,0.5
C0635-34G
EVMV
DIODE 4
See Power Distribution
C2409-1
Central Electronic
Module
C0584-39
IGN. OUT
F54
10.0 Amps
Figure 2. Vapour Management Valve Circuit
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P0443
Fault Code Definition
P0443 - This code indicates a failure in the VMV
solenoid circuit.
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp
P0443 Fault Analysis
CAUTION: This code will be generated only in
the Primary Powertrain Control Module (PCM).
Check that you are working on the correct half of
the engine.
1.
4.
Check for short circuits in the VMV signal lines:
Measure the resistance between PCM connector
pins C0635-34 primary or C0638-34 secondary
and chassis ground.
The resistance must be greater than 10kΩ.
If a resistance lower than 10kΩ is measured,
repair the short circuit between the VMV signal
line and GND. Reset the PCM and rerun the
KOER Test to verify that the problem is cleared.
If the resistance is greater than 10kΩ, the fault lies
in the PCM. Contact Aston Martin Technical Support.
Key off. Disconnect the VMV. Key on, engine off.
Measure the voltage between VBatt at the VMV
connector pin 1 and battery ground.
The voltage must be greater than 10.5 volts.
If the voltage is above 10.5 volts, go to step 2.
If the voltage is below 10.5 volts, repair the VBatt
circuit, complete a PCM reset and rerun the
KOER Test to verify that the problem is cleared.
2.
Key off. Measure the resistance of the VMV.
If the resistance is in range, 30-90Ω, go to step 3.
If the resistance is outside the range 30-90Ω,
replace the vapour management valve. Reset the
PCM and rerun the KOER Test to verify that the
problem is cleared.
3.
Check for open circuits in the VMV signal line:
Key off. Disconnect the PCM and VMV solenoid.
Install the break-out box to the PCM harness connector. Check continuity between primary PCM
connector pin C0635-34 and the VMV signal line
at the solenoid connector pin 2.
If an open circuit is detected, repair it. Reset the
PCM and rerun the KOER to verify that the problem is cleared.
If no open circuit is found, go to step 4.
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P0446
P0446 - Evaporative Loss - Canister Vent Valve
Figure 1. Evaporative Loss - Canister Vent Valve
Boot Fusebox
F20
RELAY 3
Sheet 61 C2609-1
VBATT
10.0 Amps
F22
Sheet 61 C2010-9
VIGN
20.0 Amps
Sheet 61 C2010-8
GND
Valve-Cannister Vent
C2010-7
R,1.0
C1915-4 C2371-2
R,0.5
Primary PCM
PWR
C2371-1 C1915-3 C0117-21
C2243-15
C0634-50
CNVNT
R,0.5
R,0.5
R,0.5
R,0.5
CNVNT
See Power Distribution
Figure 1. Canister Vent Valve Circuit
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P0446
Fault Code Definition
P0446 - Canister Vent Valve circuit
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp
P0446 Fault Analysis
Note: The integrity of the vapour recovery system is
checked by closing the canister vent valve, opening the
vapour management valves and applying a vacuum
from the inlet manifold. When the fuel tank vacuum is
at an appropriate level, the VMVs are closed.
The vacuum in the closed vapour recovery system may
then be monitored using the fuel tank pressure transducer.
The system checks for small leaks (P0442) or for gross
leaks (P0455).
CAUTION: This code is generated only in the Primary Powertrain Control Module (PCM). Check
that you are working on the primary half of the
engine.
1.
Connect the WDS and read the logged DTCs.
2.
Use the WDS component control function to trigger the canister vent valve on/off (listen for a
‘click’ as the valves actuate).
If the valve can be heard actuating, the problem
is not present at this time. Check for possible
intermittent circuit faults. If no fault is found, consult Aston Martin Technical Support.
If the valve does not actuate, service the valve or
circuit as necessary. Clear the P0446 code and
run a KOER test to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
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P0451
P0451 - Fuel Tank Pressure Transducer
Figure 1. Fuel Tank Pressure Transducer Location
Primary PCM
Sensor-Fuel Tank Pressure
FTPT
BVREF
SIGRTN
C0132-3G S,0.5
C0113-1
S,0.5
C2244-1
S,0.5
C0132-1G BP,0.5
C1187-8
BP,0.5
C2244-2
BP,0.5
C0132-2G UW,0.5 C1187-7
UW,0.5 C2244-3
C0635-9G
BP,0.5
UW,0.5 SPL20-BVREF/EN UW,0.5
C0635-40G
C0635-41G
FTPT
BVREF
SIGRTN
SPL19-SRTN/EN
Figure 2. Fuel Tank Pressure Transducer Circuit
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P0451
Fault Code Definition
P0451 - This code indicates a fuel tank pressure
sensor malfunction.
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp
P0451 Fault Analysis
Note: The fuel tank pressure transducer emits a voltage
signal in the range 2.4-2.8 volts at atmospheric pressure.
1.
Remove the fuel filler cap (fuel tank pressure at
atmospheric). Connect the WDS and turn on the
ignition. Monitor the fuel tank pressure transducer signal. The voltage should read 2.4 - 2.8
volts.
4.
Check the +5V reference supply at the sensor harness connector. Measure from harness connector
pin 1 to chassis ground and from harness connector pin 1 to harness connector pin 2 (signal
return).
If both readings indicate +5 volts, the supplies are
good. Replace the sensor.
If the readings indicate +5V to chassis ground but
0V to signal return, repair the signal return line.
If both readings indicate 0V, repair the fault in the
+5V reference line.
If the reference circuit is good, consult Aston
Martin Technical Support.
Reconnect all components and run the KOEO test
to ensure that the problem is resolved.
If the fuel tank pressure signal does read 2.4 - 2.8
volts at atmospheric pressure, the sensor reading
is in specification, go to the P0446 procedure and
analyse the problem for a blocked fuel tank vent
line or closed canister vent valve.
If the fuel tank pressure signal reads below the
range 2.4 - 2.8 volts at atmospheric pressure, go
to step 2.
2.
Key off. Check for the following:
Sensor drenched in liquid fuel?
Damaged sensor or connector?
If any defect is identified, service as necessary
and run the KOEO test to ensure that the problem
is resolved.
If no defect is identified, go to step 3.
3.
Disconnect the sensor. Check for short circuit to
ground from sensor harness connector pin 3 (FTP
signal) and from sensor harness connector pin 1
(+5 volt reference supply).
If a short circuit is detected, repair the wiring as
necessary, reconnect the sensor and run the
KOEO test again to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
If no short circuit is detected, go to step 4.
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P0452
P0452 - Fuel Tank Pressure Transducer
Figure 1. Fuel Tank Pressure Transducer Location
Primary PCM
Sensor-Fuel Tank Pressure
FTPT
BVREF
SIGRTN
C0132-3G S,0.5
C0113-1
S,0.5
C2244-1
S,0.5
C0132-1G BP,0.5
C1187-8
BP,0.5
C2244-2
BP,0.5
C0132-2G UW,0.5 C1187-7
UW,0.5 C2244-3
C0635-9G
BP,0.5
UW,0.5 SPL20-BVREF/EN UW,0.5
C0635-40G
C0635-41G
FTPT
BVREF
SIGRTN
SPL19-SRTN/EN
Figure 2. Fuel Tank Pressure Transducer Circuit
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P0452
Fault Code Definition
P0452 - This code indicates fuel tank pressure signal out of range low.
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp
P0452 Fault Analysis
Note: The fuel tank pressure transducer emits a voltage
signal in the range 2.4-2.8 volts at atmospheric pressure.
1.
Remove the fuel filler cap (fuel tank pressure at
atmospheric). Connect the WDS and turn on the
ignition. Monitor the fuel tank pressure transducer signal. The voltage should read 2.4 - 2.8
volts.
4.
Check the +5V reference supply at the sensor harness connector. Measure from harness connector
pin 1 to chassis ground and from harness connector pin 1 to harness connector pin 2 (signal
return).
If both readings indicate +5 volts, the supplies are
good. Replace the sensor.
If the readings indicate +5V to chassis ground but
0V to signal return, repair the signal return line.
If both readings indicate 0V, repair the fault in the
+5V reference line.
If the reference circuit is good, Contact Aston
Martin Technical Support.
Reconnect all components and run the KOEO test
to ensure that the problem is resolved.
If the fuel tank pressure signal does read 2.4 - 2.8
volts at atmospheric pressure, the sensor reading
is in specification, go to the P0446 procedure and
analyse the problem for a blocked fuel tank vent
line or closed canister vent valve.
If the fuel tank pressure signal reads below the
range 2.4 - 2.8 volts at atmospheric pressure, go
to step 2.
2.
Key off. Check for the following:
Sensor drenched in liquid fuel
Damaged sensor or connector
If any defect is identified, service as necessary
and run the KOEO test to ensure that the problem
is resolved.
If no defect is identified, go to step 3.
3.
Disconnect the sensor. Check for short circuit to
ground from sensor harness connector pin 3 (FTP
signal) and from sensor harness connector pin 1
(+5 volt reference supply).
If a short circuit is detected, repair the wiring as
necessary, reconnect the sensor and run the
KOEO test again to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
If no short circuit is detected, go to step 4.
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P0453
P0453 - Fuel Tank Pressure Transducer
Figure 1. Fuel Tank Pressure Transducer Location
Primary PCM
Sensor-Fuel Tank Pressure
FTPT
BVREF
SIGRTN
C0132-3G S,0.5
C0113-1
S,0.5
C2244-1
S,0.5
C0132-1G BP,0.5
C1187-8
BP,0.5
C2244-2
BP,0.5
C0132-2G UW,0.5 C1187-7
UW,0.5 C2244-3
C0635-9G
BP,0.5
UW,0.5 SPL20-BVREF/EN UW,0.5
C0635-40G
C0635-41G
FTPT
BVREF
SIGRTN
SPL19-SRTN/EN
Figure 2. Fuel Tank Pressure Transducer Circuit
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P0453
Fault Code Definition
P0453 - This code indicates fuel tank pressure signal out of range high.
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp
P0453 Fault Analysis
Note: The fuel tank pressure transducer emits a voltage
signal in the range 2.4-2.8 volts at atmospheric pressure.
1.
Remove the fuel filler cap (fuel tank pressure at
atmospheric). Connect the WDS and turn on the
ignition. Monitor the fuel tank pressure signal
(Primary PCM). The voltage should read 2.4 - 2.8
volts.
5.
WARNING: Do not exceed the maximum pressure specified in this step. Excessive pressure will
cause damage in the fuel system.
Disconnect the hose from the canister vent valve
to atmosphere. Connect a pressure pump to the
hose.
Pump a pressure of no more than 14 inches of
water (34.8 kPa) into the fuel system whilst monitoring the fuel tank pressure signal.
If the fuel tank pressure signal changes in
response to the applied pressure, the sensor is
serviceable. Analyse the problem for a jammed
canister vent valve using the P0446 procedure.
Run the KOEO test to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
If the fuel tank pressure signal does read 2.4 - 2.8
volts at atmospheric pressure, the sensor reading
is in specification, go to step 5.
If the fuel tank pressure reads above the range 2.4
- 2.8 volts at atmospheric pressure, go to step 2.
2.
Key off. Check for the following:
Damaged sensor or connector or wiring
If any defect is identified, service as necessary
and run the KOEO test to ensure that the problem
is resolved.
If no defect is identified, go to step 3.
3.
Disconnect the sensor. Key on. Check for short
circuit to VPWR at the sensor connector. Measure
from sensor harness connector pin 3 (fuel tank
pressure signal) to chassis ground and from sensor harness connector pin 1 (+5 volt reference
supply) to chassis ground.
If either reading indicates approximately +12V,
there is a short circuit to VBatt. Go to step 4.
4.
Key off. Disconnect the PCM and check for short
circuit from the sensor wiring to +12 volts VBatt
at PCM harness connector.
If a short circuit is identified, repair the wiring as
necessary, reconnect the sensor and PCM. Run
the KOEO test again to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
If no short circuit in the wiring is detected, contact Aston Martin Technical Support.
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P0454
P0454 - Fuel Tank Pressure Transducer
Figure 1. Fuel Tank Pressure Transducer Location
Primary PCM
Sensor-Fuel Tank Pressure
FTPT
BVREF
SIGRTN
C0132-3G S,0.5
C0113-1
S,0.5
C2244-1
S,0.5
C0132-1G BP,0.5
C1187-8
BP,0.5
C2244-2
BP,0.5
C0132-2G UW,0.5 C1187-7
UW,0.5 C2244-3
C0635-9G
BP,0.5
UW,0.5 SPL20-BVREF/EN UW,0.5
C0635-40G
C0635-41G
FTPT
BVREF
SIGRTN
SPL19-SRTN/EN
Figure 2. Fuel Tank Pressure Transducer Circuit
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P0454
Fault Code Definition
P0454 - This code indicates fuel tank pressure signal intermittent.
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp
P0454 Fault Analysis
Note: The fuel tank pressure transducer emits a voltage
signal in the range 2.4-2.8 volts at atmospheric pressure.
1.
Remove the fuel filler cap (fuel tank pressure at
atmospheric). Connect the WDS and turn on the
ignition. Monitor the fuel tank pressure signal
(Primary PCM) using the datalogger. The voltage
should read 2.4 - 2.8 volts.
5.
WARNING: Do not exceed the maximum pressure specified in this step. Excessive pressure will
cause damage in the fuel system.
Disconnect the hose from the canister vent valve
to atmosphere. Connect a pressure pump to the
hose.
Pump a pressure of no more than 14 inches of
water (34.8 kPa) into the fuel system whilst monitoring the fuel tank pressure signal.
If the fuel tank pressure signal changes in
response to the applied pressure, the sensor is
serviceable. Analyse the problem for a jammed
canister vent valve using the P0446 procedure.
Run the KOEO test to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
If the fuel tank pressure signal does read 2.4 - 2.8
volts at atmospheric pressure, the sensor reading
is in specification, go to step 5.
If the fuel tank pressure reads above the range 2.4
- 2.8 volts at atmospheric pressure, go to step 2.
2.
Key off. Check for the following:
Damaged sensor or connector or wiring
If any defect is identified, service as necessary
and run the KOEO test to ensure that the problem
is resolved.
If no defect is identified, go to step 3.
3.
Disconnect the sensor. Key on. Check for short
circuit to VPWR at the sensor connector. Measure
from sensor harness connector pin 3 (fuel tank
pressure signal) to chassis ground and from sensor harness connector pin 1 (+5 volt reference
supply) to chassis ground.
If either reading indicates approximately +12V,
there is a short circuit to VBatt. Go to step 4.
4.
Key off. Disconnect the PCM and check for short
circuit from the sensor wiring to +12 volts VBatt
at PCM harness connector.
If a short circuit is identified, repair the wiring as
necessary, reconnect the sensor and PCM. Run
the KOEO test again to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
If no short circuit in the wiring is detected, contact Aston Martin Technical Support.
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P0455
P0455 - Evaporative Loss - Vapour Recovery System
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P0455
Fault Code Definition
If the pressure drops rapidly, locate the leak using
the ultrasonic leak detector.
P0455 - Unable to hold tank vacuum (gross leak)
If any leak is identified, service the system as necessary. Remove the plug from the canister vent
outlet in the filler well. Run the leak test again to
ensure that the problem is resolved.
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp.
P0455 Fault Analysis
Note: The integrity of the vapour recovery system is
checked by closing the canister vent valve, opening the
vapour management valves and applying a vacuum
from the inlet manifold. When the fuel tank vacuum is
at an appropriate level, the VMVs are closed.
The vacuum in the closed vapour recovery system may
then be monitored using the fuel tank pressure transducer.
1.
The system checks for small leaks (P0442), very small
leaks (P0456) or for gross leaks (P0455, P0457, P1450)
Run the evaporative loss system leak test to confirm the severity of the leak.
2.
5.
Assemble the break-out box to the primary PCM.
Key on. Energise the canister vent valve using the
Output State Control function. Have a colleague
hold the valve whilst toggling the valve on and off
If the valve does not energise/deenergise, disconnect the valve and check the 12volts VPWR and
the ground circuits for continuity.
If continuity is good, replace the canister vent
valve.
If a continuity defect is identified, service the circuits as necessary and run the leak test again to
ensure that the problem is resolved.
Check the security and sealing of the fuel filler
cap.
If any defect is identified, service/replace the cap
as necessary. Run the leak test again to ensure
that the problem is resolved.
If no defect is identified, go to step 3.
3.
Visually examine the evaporative loss pipes for
disconnected/split hoses and connectors.
If any defect is identified, service/replace as necessary. Run the leak test again to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
If no defect is identified, go to step 4.
4.
WARNING: Do not apply a pressure or vacuum
greater than 14.0 inches H O (34.8 kPa) to the
fuel system. Excessive pressure may blow a connection. Excessive vacuum can collapse the fuel
tank.
2
Connect an Evaporative Emissions Tester to the
schreader valve near the vapour management
valves.
Plug the canister vent outlet in the fuel filler well.
Apply a pressure of 14 in H2O (34.8 kPa) and
monitor the pressure reading.
If no leak is detected, go to step 5.
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P0456
P0456 - Evaporative Loss - Vapour Recovery System
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P0456
Fault Code Definition
Pump a pressure of 14.0±1 in H O (34.8 kPa) into
the fuel system. Hold the pressure and monitor
the gauge reading.
2
P0456 - Unable to hold tank vacuum (very small
leak)
If the system cannot hold the pressure for at least
one minute, go to step 4.
MIL Status
If the system does hold the pressure for one
minute, the problem is forward of the vapour
management valves. Go to step 5.
This code will not light the MIL lamp.
P0456 Fault Analysis
Note: The integrity of the vapour recovery system is
checked by closing the canister vent valve, opening the
vapour management valves and applying a vacuum
from the inlet manifold. When the fuel tank vacuum is
at an appropriate level, the VMVs are closed.
The vacuum in the closed vapour recovery system may
then be monitored using the fuel tank pressure transducer.
1.
Connect the WDS and read the logged DTCs.
If P0442, PP0455 or P0457 are logged, rectify
these problems first. Return to this procedure after
clearing these codes.
2.
Check the evaporative loss system for obvious
defects which could cause a vacuum leak:- e.g.
Loose or defective fuel filler cap or seal
Loose vapour connections at the canisters
Loose connections in the vapour recovery lines in
the engine bay.
5.
Use the ultrasonic leak detector to locate the leak
by sound. Service the system as necessary.
Run a Soak and Road Test as detailed below to
ensure that the problem is resolved.
6.
Remove the vapour recovery tubes from the inlet
manifolds. Connect the evap loss system tester to
one tube.
Pressurise the tube to 14.0±1 in H O (34.8 kPa)
and monitor the gauge reading for one minute. If
the pressure drops, use the ultrasonic leak detector to locate the leak by sound. Service the system
as necessary. If no leak is detected, repeat the test
on the other side of the engine.
2
Reassemble the system and run a Soak and Road
Test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
If no leak is detected, the fault is not present at
this time and testing is complete. Clear logged
DTCs.
Soak and Road Test
If no defects are identified, go to step 3.
If any defects are identified, service as necessary
and run the KOER test to ensure that the problem
is resolved.
3.
Run the WDS Evaporative Emission Leak Test.
If a leak is detected, go to step 4.
If no leak is detected, clear the P0456 code and
run a road test to confirm that the problem is no
longer present.
4.
The vacuum tests are only run during a drive cycle
after the ignition has been switched off for more
than 5 hours. If less than 5 hours have elapsed, the
vacuum tests are omitted from the drive cycle.
Leave the vehicle parked overnight (or more than
5 hours) and then run a road test which must include steady running at over 40 m.p.h. for more
than 5 minutes.
WARNING: Do not exceed the maximum pressure specified in this step. Excessive pressure can
cause damage in the fuel system.
With the fuel filler cap securely in place, connect
an evaporative loss system tester to the schreader
valve near the primary carbon canister.
Temporarily plug the vent pipe from the canister
vent valve to atmosphere.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0457
P0457 - Evaporative Loss - Vapour Recovery System
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0457
Fault Code Definition
If the pressure drops rapidly, locate the leak using
the ultrasonic leak detector.
P0457 - Unable to hold tank vacuum (gross leak)
fuel filler cap off or loose.
If any leak is identified, service the system as necessary. Remove the plug from the canister vent
outlet in the filler well. Run the leak test again to
ensure that the problem is resolved.
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp.
P0457 Fault Analysis
Note: The integrity of the vapour recovery system is
checked by closing the canister vent valve, opening the
vapour management valves and applying a vacuum
from the inlet manifold. When the fuel tank vacuum is
at an appropriate level, the VMVs are closed.
1.
5.
Assemble the break-out box to the primary PCM.
Key on. Energise the canister vent valve using the
WDS Output State Control function. Have a colleague hold the valve whilst toggling the valve on
and off
If the valve does not energise/deenergise, disconnect the valve and check the 12volts VPWR and
the ground circuits for continuity.
The vacuum in the closed vapour recovery system may
then be monitored using the fuel tank pressure transducer.
If continuity is good, replace the canister vent
valve.
Check the security and sealing of the fuel filler
cap.
If a continuity defect is identified, service the circuits as necessary and run the leak test again to
ensure that the problem is resolved.
If any defect is identified, service/replace the cap
as necessary. Run the leak test again to ensure
that the problem is resolved.
If no obvious defect is identified, go to step 2.
2.
Run the evaporative loss system leak test to confirm the severity of the leak.
3.
Visually examine the filler neck pipes for disconnected/split hoses and connectors.
If any defect is identified, service/replace as necessary. Run the leak test again to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
If no defect is identified, go to step 4.
4.
WARNING: Do not apply a pressure or vacuum
greater than 14.0 inches H O (34.8 kPa) to the
fuel system. Excessive pressure may blow a connection. Excessive vacuum can collapse the fuel
tank.
2
Connect an Evaporative Emissions Tester to the
schreader valve near the vapour management
valves.
Plug the canister vent outlet in the fuel filler well.
Apply a pressure of 14 in H2O (34.8 kPa) and
monitor the pressure reading.
If no leak is detected, go to step 4.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0460
P0460 - Fuel Level Sensor
Figure 1. Fuel Level Sensor Location
Central Electronic
Module
FUEL PUMP
RELAY (R15)
FUEL PUMP SUPP. C0584-16
F74
2
FUEL LVL RTN
15.0 Amps
FUEL PUMP
FUEL LVL SIG
C0587-7
BW,0.5
C1187-5
C0587-5
RW,0.5
C1187-6
FUEL PUMP FEEDBACK
Fuel Tank
Sensor-Fuel Level
C2303-1
C0115-5
C0114-5
RW,0.5
C2303-4
C0115-2
C0114-2
BW,0.5
Figure 2. Fuel Level Sensor Circuit
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P0460
Fault Code Definition
P0460 - Fuel level input circuit out of range low.
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp.
P0460 Fault Analysis
1.
Check the actual fuel level in the tank and the
recent sequence of tank fills. This code can be
logged if the tank has been run to empty or if it
has been overfilled.
If the tank has recently been emptied or overfilled, connect the WDS. Record logged DTCs
and then clear the primary PCM.
2.
Ignition off. Access the Central Electronic Module
connectors. Disconnect C0587 and measure the
resistance of the fuel level sender unit across pins
C0587-7 and C0587-5.
The resistance should be in the range - 10Ω with
the tank full, rising to 204Ω with the tank empty
If the resistance is consistent with the actual fuel
level, reassemble all components and go to step
4.
If the resistance is out of range, access the fuel
tank connector C0115. Repeat the sensor resistance check between C0115-2 and C0115-5. If
the resistance reading is now in range, service the
sensor circuit as necessary. Reconnect all components and run a KOER test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
If the resistance reading is still out of range, go to
step 3.
3.
Drain the fuel tank (Workshop Manual procedure) and replace the fuel level sender unit. Reassemble all components and run a brief road test
to ensure that the problem is resolved.
4.
The fuel level sensor appears to be serviceable.
Check the logged DTCs for any CAN related
codes and resolve them. Clear the logged DTCs
and run a KOER test to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0461
P0461 - Fuel Level Sensor
Figure 1. Fuel Level Sensor Location
Central Electronic
Module
FUEL PUMP
RELAY (R15)
FUEL PUMP SUPP. C0584-16
F74
2
FUEL LVL RTN
15.0 Amps
FUEL PUMP
FUEL LVL SIG
C0587-7
BW,0.5
C1187-5
C0587-5
RW,0.5
C1187-6
FUEL PUMP FEEDBACK
Fuel Tank
Sensor-Fuel Level
C2303-1
C0115-5
C0114-5
RW,0.5
C2303-4
C0115-2
C0114-2
BW,0.5
Figure 2. Fuel Level Sensor Circuit
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P0461
Fault Code Definition
P0461 - Fuel level sensor circuit range or performance.
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp.
P0461 Fault Analysis
1.
Check the resistance of the fuel level sensor at the
Central Electronic Module. Check between pins
C0587-7 and C0587-5.
The resistance should be in the range 10Ω tank
full to 204Ω tank empty.
If the resistance is in range and stable, go to step
2.
If the resistance is out of range, check continuity
of the sensor wiring between the central electronic module and fuel tank connector pins
C0114-2 and C0114-5 If continuity is good,
replace the fuel level sensor. Clear the P0461
code and run a KOER test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
2.
Arrange a break-out lead from connector C0587
pins 7 and 8. Use an analogue meter to monitor
the fuel level signal on the break-out lead during
a road test. Include some driving over ‘bumpy’
surfaces and around tight turns.
3.
If the signal is stable and in-range, the cause of
the P0461 is not present at this time and testing is
complete.
If the signal is unstable, recheck continuity of the
sensor wiring and service as necessary Clear the
P0461 code and run a road test to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0462
P0462 - Fuel Level Sensor
Figure 1. Fuel Level Sensor Location
Central Electronic
Module
FUEL PUMP
RELAY (R15)
FUEL PUMP SUPP. C0584-16
F74
2
FUEL LVL RTN
15.0 Amps
FUEL PUMP
FUEL LVL SIG
C0587-7
BW,0.5
C1187-5
C0587-5
RW,0.5
C1187-6
FUEL PUMP FEEDBACK
Fuel Tank
Sensor-Fuel Level
C2303-1
C0115-5
C0114-5
RW,0.5
C2303-4
C0115-2
C0114-2
BW,0.5
Figure 2. Fuel Level Sensor Circuit
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P0462
Fault Code Definition
P0462 - Fuel level sensor circuit low input.
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp.
P0462 Fault Analysis
1.
Check the resistance of the fuel level sensor at the
Central Electronic Module. Check between pins
C0587-7 and C0587-5.
The resistance should be in the range 10Ω tank
full to 204Ω tank empty.
If the resistance is in range and stable, go to step
2.
If the resistance is out of range, check continuity
of the sensor wiring between the central electronic module and fuel tank connector pins
C0114-2 and C0114-5 If continuity is good,
replace the fuel level sensor. Clear the P0461
code and run a KOER test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
2.
Arrange a break-out lead from connector C0587
pins 7 and 8. Use an analogue meter to monitor
the fuel level signal on the break-out lead during
a road test. Observe the signal for indications of
an intermittent short circuit to ground. Include
some driving over ‘bumpy’ surfaces and around
tight turns.
3.
If the signal is stable and in-range, the cause of
the P0462 is not present at this time and testing is
complete.
If the signal is unstable, recheck continuity of the
sensor wiring and service as necessary Clear the
P0461 code and run a road test to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0463
P0463 - Fuel Level Sensor
Figure 1. Fuel Level Sensor Location
Central Electronic
Module
FUEL PUMP
RELAY (R15)
FUEL PUMP SUPP. C0584-16
F74
2
FUEL LVL RTN
15.0 Amps
FUEL PUMP
FUEL LVL SIG
C0587-7
BW,0.5
C1187-5
C0587-5
RW,0.5
C1187-6
FUEL PUMP FEEDBACK
Fuel Tank
Sensor-Fuel Level
C2303-1
C0115-5
C0114-5
RW,0.5
C2303-4
C0115-2
C0114-2
BW,0.5
Figure 2. Fuel Level Sensor Circuit
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0463
Fault Code Definition
P0463 - Fuel level sensor circuit high input.
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp.
P0463 Fault Analysis
1.
Check the resistance of the fuel level sensor at the
Central Electronic Module. Check between pins
C0587-7 and C0587-5.
The resistance should be in the range 10Ω tank
full to 204Ω tank empty.
If the resistance is in range and stable, go to step
2.
If the resistance is out of range, check continuity
of the sensor wiring between the central electronic module and fuel tank connector pins
C0114-2 and C0114-5 If continuity is good,
replace the fuel level sensor. Clear the P0461
code and run a KOER test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
2.
Arrange a break-out lead from connector C0587
pins 7 and 8. Use an analogue meter to monitor
the fuel level signal on the break-out lead during
a road test. Observe the signal for indications of
an intermittent short circuit to +5 or +12 volt supply lines. Include some driving over ‘bumpy’ surfaces and around tight turns.
3.
If the signal is stable and in-range, the cause of
the P0463 is not present at this time and testing is
complete.
If the signal is unstable, recheck continuity of the
sensor wiring and service as necessary Clear the
P0461 code and run a road test to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0480, P0483
P0480, P0483 - Fan Control Circuit
Fan Control Module
Figure 1. Fan Control Module Location
Underbonnet Fusebox
C1461 is an M6 stud
F35
RELAY 1
Sheet 61
C2608-1
C1641-1
N,6.0
C0575-11
GO,0.5
60.0 Amps
F3
VBATT
10.0 Amps
DIODE 1
C0577-4 Sheet 61
see the power distribution sheet
Module-Cooling Fan Pack
GO,0.5
C2471-2
VIGN
VBATT
FC-V
GND
C2470-1
N,6.0
C2470-2
B,6.0
Primary PCM
FC-V
C0636-14G
NY,0.5
C2276-7
NY,0.5
C2471-1
C0562-1
Earth
This is a combined unit containing
the twin fans and the control module.
Figure 2. Fan Control Module Circuit
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0480, P0483
Fault Code Definition
6.
P0480 - Engine cooling fan control circuit.
If a good ground is available, the wiring appears
serviceable. Replace the fan control module.
P0483 - Fan Performance
Clear the P0480 code and run a KOER test until
the engine is fully warmed up and the cooling
fans are running. If the fans run correctly and no
fan fault codes are logged, the problem is
resolved.
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp.
P0480, P0483 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P0480 or
P0483 is logged.
2.
Disconnect C2470 and C2471 at the engine cooling fan module.
3.
Switch on the ignition and check for +12 volts
(VBatt) at C2470-1 and for +12 volts (VIgn) at
C2471-2.
7.
4.
Check the continuity of the VSS signal screening
from both the VSS and PCM terminations to chassis ground.
Also check for the proximity of any sources of
interference close to the sensor leads. Reroute
any suspect sources of radio interference.
If any circuit faults are identified, service as necessary. Clear the VSS codes and run a brief road
test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
If the +12 volt supplies are good, go to step 4
If either supply is suspect, rectify the +12 volt
supply problem. Clear the P0480 code and run a
KOER test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
Check continuity of the control signal ground
from cooling fan module connector C2470-2 to
ground at C0562-1.
8.
If all the previous checks are satisfactory, consult
Aston Martin Technical Support.
Reconnect the fan module. Set the datalogger to
monitor the Variable Speed Fan Level signal. The
signal should conform to the following specification:
Cold Engine - 0 bits, fans off
Engine warming up - 0-31 bits, fan speed increasing as the coolant temperature rises
Engine hot - 31 bits, fans at full speed, maximum
engine cooling
If the fan drive signal and the fan speeds are in
specification, the fault is not currently present.
Clear the fault code and run a road test to confirm
that the fan control system is serviceable.
If the fan drive signal is out of specification, go to
step 5.
5.
With the ignition on, check for +5 volts between
pins C2471-1 (+ve) and chassis ground.
If +5 volts is available, go to step 5.
If +5 volts is not available, check continuity of the
control line from primary PCM pin C0636-14 to
cooling fan connector C2471-1. Service the circuit as necessary. Clear the P0480 code and run a
KOER test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0500, P0501, P0502, P0503
P0500, P0501, P0502, P0503 - Vehicle Speed Sensor Fault
Manual Gearbox
Automatic Gearbox
Figure 1. Speed Sensor Locations
Sensor-Vehicle Speed (Automatic)
VSSVSS+
C0195-1G
BU,05
C0195-2G
NU,05
Sensor-Vehicle Speed (Manual)
VSSVSS+
Primary PCM
SPL21-VSS/EN
C1561-1G
BU,05
C0746-8
BU,05
C0109-13
BU,05
C2242-18
BU,05
BU,05
C0635-33G
NU,05
C0746-9
NU,05
C0109-14
NU,05
C2242-19
NU,05
NU,05
C0635-32G
BU,05
C0638-33G
NU,05
C0638-32G
VSS+ (I)
BU,05
SPL22-VSS/EN
C1561-2G
VSS- (I)
Secondary PCM
NU,05
VSS- (I)
VSS+ (I)
Figure 2 Vehicle Speed Sensor Circuit
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0500, P0501, P0502, P0503
Fault Code Definition
4.
For Auto Cars:
P0500 Output shaft speed sensor short to supply.
Perform continuity checks between the following
connections:
P0501 Output shaft speed sensor too high when
compared to wheel speed.
VSS+ C0195-2 to primary PCM C0635-32 and
secondary PCM C0638-32.
P0502 Output shaft speed sensor short to supply/
open circuit.
VSS- C0195-1 to primary PCM C0635-33 and
secondary PCM C0638-33.
P0503 Vehicle Speed Sensor intermittent or erratic
5.
If any continuity fault is detected, service the circuit as necessary. Clear the fault code and run a
brief road or rolling road test to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
This is a MIL code.
P0500, P0501, P0502, P0503 Fault Analysis
6.
Note: Vehicle speed is sensed from the diff speed sensor on auto cars and from the gearbox output speed
sensor on manual cars.
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P0500,
P0501, P0502 or P0503 is logged. Clear the
logged fault code.
2.
Set datalogger to monitor the VSS (output shaft
speed sensor) signal. run a brief road test (or rolling road test) with varying speeds.
If no continuity fault is detected, go to step 6.
Check for short circuits to supply or ground by
performing voltage and continuity checks from
VSS+ and VSS- to ground at the sensor.
If any short circuit fault is detected, service the
circuit as necessary. Clear the fault code and run
a brief road or rolling road test to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
Check if the recorded vehicle speed matches the
actual speed.
If the recorded speed does not match actual
speed, go to step 3 for manual cars or step 4 for
automatic cars.
If the VSS readings are accurate and no relevant
fault codes are logged, treat this as an intermittent
problem and service the VSS circuit for poor connections and shorts to power or ground
Run an extended road test to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
3.
For Manual Cars:
Perform continuity checks between the following
connections:
VSS+ C1561-2 to primary PCM C0635-32 and
secondary PCM C0638-32.
VSS- C1561-1 to primary PCM C0635-33 and
secondary PCM C0638-33.
If any circuit fault is detected, service the circuit
as necessary. Clear the fault code and run a brief
road or rolling road test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0505/P0506/P0507
P0505/P0506/P0507 - Idle Speed Control
Throttle Body
Figure 1. Throttle Assembly Location
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0505/P0506/P0507
Fault Code Definition
P0505 - Idle speed control system malfunction.
P0506 - Inlet air control duty cycle lower than expected
P0507 - Inlet air control duty cycle higher than expected
Key on. Observe the suspect throttle butterfly
whilst a colleague operates the throttle pedal.
If the throttle does not faithfully follow the pedal
movement, replace the throttle assembly. Clear
the P0505/0506/0507 codes Run a KOER test to
ensure that the problem is resolved.
If the throttle pedal does faithfully follow the
pedal movement, the cause of the fault is not
present at this time and testing is complete.
MIL Status
A P0505 code will not light the MIL lamp. Codes
P0506 and P0507 will light the MIL lamp.
P0505, P0506, P0507 Fault Analysis
Note: During the KOER test, the idle speed is briefly
increased to over 1300 rpm to ensure that the PCMs
have full control.
1.
Run the engine and observe the idle speed.
The idle speed should be stable within the range
1200 rpm cold, falling to 850 rpm when fully
warmed up.
2.
Connect the WDS and note all logged DTCs.
3.
If any of codes P0122, 0123, 0124, 0222, 0223,
or 0224 (throttle position sensor codes) are
logged, analyse these problems first and return to
this procedure if any of P0505/0506/0507 are
logged again without other TP codes.
4.
Set the datalogger to monitor all throttle position
signals on both engine banks.
Run the engine and record the throttle positions
whilst increasing and decreasing engine speed.
Stop the engine and review the throttle position
record.
If there is any significant difference between the
throttle position signals, suspect the throttle
assembly with the widest throttle signal variation
or with the most unstable signal level.
5.
Remove the affected throttle assembly and check
for contamination or mechanical defects.
If contamination is detected, clean the assembly
as necessary and refit. Clear all DTCs and run a
KOER test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
If no contamination is detected, go to step 5
6.
Refit the throttle assembly but do not refit the air
trunking.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0532/P0533
P0532/P0533 - A/C Refrigerant Pressure Sensor
A/C Trinary
Switch
A/C Pressure Sensor
Figure 1. A/C Refrigerant Pressure Sensor Location
Clutch-Compressor-Air
Conditioning (A/C)
Underbonnet Fusebox
RELAY 11
F10
C0578-6
GU,2.0
C0127-1
C0127-2
B,2.0
C0560-1
Earth-Aircon Clutch
10.0 Amps
Primary PCM
C2608-1
Sheet 61
RES 17
VBATT
RY,0.5
DIODE 3 C0578-7
1.50 k Ohms
C0635-25G
ACCR
Sensor-Aircon Pressure (MID)
See Power Distribution Sheet
ACPT
BVREF
C1465-3
GW,0.5
C2276-9
GW,0.5
C1465-2
BP,0.5
C2276-10
BP,0.5
C0635-26G
BP,0.5 C0635-40G
ACPT
BVREF
SPL20-BVREF/EN
SIGRTN
C1465-1
UW,0.5
C2276-11
Module-Aircon
UW,0.5
UW,0.5 C0635-41G
SIGRTN
SPL19-SRTN/EN
Sensor-Aircon Pressure (HI & LO)
AC ON
C0791-6 K,0.5 C0047-13
K,0.5
C2409-10
K,0.75
C1257-5
HI
LO
C1257-2
UB,0.75
C2276-8
UB,0.5
C0635-15G
ACCS
Figure 2. A/C Refrigerant Pressure Sensor Circuit
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0532/P0533
Fault Code Definition
P0532 - A/C pressure sensor - low input.
P0533 - A/C pressure sensor - high input.
MIL Status
These codes will not light the MIL lamp.
P0532/P0533 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that either P0532
or P0533 is logged.
2.
Disconnect the pressure sensor connector. Key
on. Select A/C on. Check the voltage between
VRef and Signal Return (pins C1257-5 and
C1257-2) at the A/C pressure sensor connector. If
+5 volts is measured, go to step 3.
If less than 5 volts is measured, service the Vref or
signal lines as necessary. Reconnect C1257, clear
the logged DTC and run a brief road test with A/C
on to ensure that the problem is resolved.
3.
Using WDS datalogger, monitor the A/C pressure
sensor signal. Maximum value of 1000 or above
will set a P0533. The minimum value below 30
counts will set P0532.
4.
If above 1000 counts or below 30 counts, disconnect the sensor connector, install the break-out
box to the relevant PCM.
P0532 - Check for short circuit to chassis ground
or to signal return. Service the circuit as necessary. Clear the P0532 code. Run a brief road test
with A/C on to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
P0533 - Check for short circuit to +5 or +12 volt
lines. Service the circuit as necessary. Clear the
P0532 code. Run a brief road test with A/C on to
ensure that the problem is resolved.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0552
P0552 - Power Steering Pressure Sensor
Figure 1. Power Steering Pressure Sensor Location
Transducer-Power Steering Pressure
PSPT
BVREF
SIGRTN
Primary PCM
C2469-3
GN,0.5
C2276-1
GN,0.5
C0635-14G
C2469-2
BP,0.5
C2276-2
BP,0.5
C2469-1
UW,0.5
C2276-3
UW,0.5 SPL20-BVREF/EN UW,0.5
BP,0.5
C0635-40G
C0635-41G
PSPT
BVREF
SIGRTN
SPL19-SRTN/EN
Figure 2. Power Steering Pressure Sensor Circuit
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0552
Fault Code Definition
is satisfactory with no repetition of the P0552
code, the problem is resolved.
P0552 - Power steering pressure sensor - low input.
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp.
P0552 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and check that P0552 is
logged.
2.
Set the datalogger to monitor the power steering
pressure signal. The signal should vary within the
range x - y when the steering is moved with the
vehicle stationary and the engine running.
3.
Disconnect the power steering pressure switch
connector (C2469). Switch on the ignition and
check for +5volts between harness connector
pins C2469 - 2 (+5 V) and C2469 - 1 (Signal
Return).
If +5v is present, shake/wiggle the harness from
the primary PCM to the pressure switch. Look for
any drop in the supply level due to an intermittent short to ground.
Also check the other branches of the signal and
return lines from splices 19 and 20 to the cabin
and forward harnesses.
If no defect is identified, go to step 3
If any defect is identified, service the harness as
necessary. Reconnect all components and clear
the P0552 code. Run a KOER test and include
some lock to lock steering movements. If the test
is satisfactory with no repetition of the P0552
code, the problem is resolved.
4.
Check the continuity of the PSPT signal line from
C2469 - 3 at the pressure switch connector to
PCM pin C0635-14.
Shake/wiggle the harness whilst checking continuity to check for possible short circuit to ground.
If no short circuit is detected, replace the sensor
and run a KOER test to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
If a short circuit is detected, service the harness as
necessary. Reconnect all components and clear
the P0552 code. Run a KOER test and include
some lock to lock steering movements. If the test
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0553
P0553 - Power Steering Pressure Sensor
Figure 1. Power Steering Pressure Sensor Location
Transducer-Power Steering Pressure
PSPT
BVREF
SIGRTN
Primary PCM
C2469-3
GN,0.5
C2276-1
GN,0.5
C0635-14G
C2469-2
BP,0.5
C2276-2
BP,0.5
C2469-1
UW,0.5
C2276-3
UW,0.5 SPL20-BVREF/EN UW,0.5
BP,0.5
C0635-40G
C0635-41G
PSPT
BVREF
SIGRTN
SPL19-SRTN/EN
Figure 2. Power Steering Pressure Sensor Circuit
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P0553
Fault Code Definition
P0553 - Power steering pressure sensor - high input.
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp.
P0553 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and check that P0552 is
logged.
2.
Disconnect the power steering pressure switch
connector (C2469). Switch on the ignition and
check for +5volts between harness connector
pins C2469 - 2 (+5 V) and C2469 - 1 (Signal
Return).
If +5v is present, shake/wiggle the harness from
the primary PCM to the pressure switch. Look for
any rise in the supply level due to an intermittent
short to the +12 volt lines.
Also check the other branches of the signal line
from splice 20 to the cabin and forward harnesses.
If no defect is identified, go to step 3
If any defect is identified, service the harness as
necessary. Reconnect all components and clear
the P0553 code. Run a KOER test and include
some lock to lock steering movements. If the test
is satisfactory with no repetition of the P0553
code, the problem is resolved.
3.
Check the voltage level of the PSPT signal line
from C2469 - 3 at the pressure switch connector
to chassis ground.
Shake/wiggle the harness whilst checking for possible short circuit to a +12 volt supply.
If no short circuit is detected, replace the sensor.
Run a KOER test to ensure that the e problem is
resolved
If a short circuit is detected, service the harness as
necessary. Reconnect all components and clear
the P0553 code. Run a KOER test and include
some lock to lock steering movements. If the test
is satisfactory with no repetition of the P0553
code, the problem is resolved.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0562 / P0563
P0562 / P0563 - System Voltage
Switch-Battery Disconnect
Primary PCM
Underbonnet Fusebox
RELAY 1
C0046-A
C2705-1
C0046-B
C2608-1
VBATT
C0635-35 G
F4
C0576-1
C0635-36 G
30.0 Amps
BATT STUD
DIODE 1
C0577-4
C0635-24 G
VIGN
VPOWER
VPOWER
PWRHLD
PWRGND
PWRGND
C0571-4
STARTER
F12
VBDS
C0578-5
C0635-45 G
C0557-1
C0635-10 G
C2651-1
Powerground
Caseground
KAPWR
Secondary PCM
GND
RY,4.0
F1
C0192-1
12.0 Volts
Powerground
C0635-49
10.0 Amps
CUT OFF
Battery (P100)
C0556-1
C0635-48
PWRGND
CASEGND
R,50.0
C0635-47
RELAY 2
Underbonnet Fusebox
BDS Feed
C1891-1
C2412-3
C0577-8
10.0 Amps
F5
C0638-35 G
C0576-2
C0638-36 G
30.0 Amps
DIODE 2
C0638-45 G
C0578-3
C0638-24 G
KAPWR
PWRGND
VPOWER
PWRGND
VPOWER
PWRHLD
PWRGND
CASEGND
C0638-47
C0558-1
C0638-48
Powerground
C0638-49
C0559-1
C0638-10 G
C2650-1
Powerground
Caseground
C0045-1
B,50.0
C1661-1
Earth-Body
Battery Battery
Fusebox Fusebox
F2
F1
RY,4.0
RY,4.0
Stand Alone Inline Fuse
C1875-1 60 Amps C1875-2
RY,4.0
SPL97-VBDS/CA
Figure 1. System Voltage Supply Circuit
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P0562 / P0563
Fault Code Definition
P0562 - System voltage low (below 5V).
P0563 - System voltage high (above 18V.
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp.
P0562, P0563 Fault Analysis
System voltage (VBATT) should be in the range
12.5 - 13.5 volts.
CAUTION: This code may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary Powertrain Control Module
(PCM). Check that you are working on the correct
half of the engine.
1.
Connect the WDS and check that P0562 or
P0563 is logged.
2.
Monitor the VBATT signal at the underbonnet
fusebox (most easily checked at relay 1 base with
the relay removed). The voltage would normally
be in the range 12.5 - 13.5 volts.
Quick Check - Battery and Battery Charging
Battery - Measure battery voltage from the jump
start terminal to chassis ground. If less than 12.5
volts, suspect a defective battery. Service/replace
the battery as necessary and retest for a P0562
condition. If above 12.5 volts, the battery is serviceable, go to the charging check.
Charging - Run the engine at 2000 rpm with the
headlamps switched on. Charge voltage measured from the jump start terminal to chassis
ground should be about 13.8 volts. If significantly
below 13.8 volts, service the charging system and
then retest for a P0562 condition. If at 13.8 volts,
the charging system is serviceable.
If VBATT is in the normal range, go to step 3.
If the VBATT signal is below 12.5 volts, carry out
the quick charge and battery condition check.
Clear the P0562 code and run a KOER test to
ensure that the problem is resolved.
3.
Install the breakout box to the suspect PCM and
monitor the VBATT signal. If the signal is outside
the range 12.5 - 13.5 volts, service the VBATT circuit between the underbonnet fusebox and the
PCM. Clear the P0562 code and run a KOER test
to ensure that the problem is resolved.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0579, P0581
P0579, P0581 - Cruise Control
Central Electronic
Module
HORN (I)
Rotary Coupler (Steering Wheel)
C0582-26
C0231-20
BU,0.5
C0017-1
C0231-12
C0082-3
C0210-1
C0082-4
C0210-2
C0580-1
C0231-19
SPL1-DIMOUT/CA
P8,10,71
R,0.5
Primary PCM
SCCS (I)
SCCSRTN
C1908-1
C1908-2
Switch-Cruise Control (Steering Column)
Earth-Rotary Coupler
DIMMER OUT (O)
Switch-Horn (Steer Wheel)
OU,0.5
C0082-5
C0210-3
C0749-4
SPL1-BA.ILL/FA
C0082-8
P8,9,32,63,71
C0210-6
C0749-1
SCCS
C0082-6
C0210-4
C0749-3
SCCSRTN
G,0.5
BA.ILL
C0635-19G
C2242-3
C0047-9
120 ohms
C0635-30G
C2242-4
C0047-10
180 ohms
SW1 - Off
SW2 - Cancel
SW3 - Set -
300 ohms
SW4 - Set +
510 ohms
SW5 - Resume
1000 ohms
SW6 - On
2200 ohms
Figure 1. Cruise Control Circuit
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P0579, P0581
Fault Code Definition
P0579 - Cruise Control - multi-function input A
circuit range or performance.
P0581 - Cruise control - multi-function input A
circuit high
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp.
P0579, P0581 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P0579 or
P0581 is logged.
2.
Check continuity of the SCCS and SCCSRTN signal lines from cruise control switch C0749-1 and
C0749-3 to primary PCM C0635 19 and C063530.
If any circuit defect is identified, service the circuit as necessary. Clear the fault code and test the
cruise control system for correct operation.
If no circuit defect is identified, test each segment
of the cruise control switch for correct resistance
as show on the circuit diagram opposite.
If any resistance defect is identified, replace the
switch. Clear the fault code and test the cruise
control system for correct operation.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P060D
P060D - Throttle Pedal Imbalance Primary to Secondary PCM
Boot Fusebox
RELAY 1
Module-FPDM B (7-12)
Sheet 61 C2609-1 VBATT
F8
C2011-1
20.0 Amps C2011-9
RELAY 2
GW,2.0
C2369-5
SPL82-TRACK/CA
OG,1.0
VIGN
MFP
FPM
C2011-3
RW,2.0
C0607-6
20.0 Amps C2011-10 OG,1.0
GND
GW,2.0
DIODE 2
F9
Sheet 61 C2010-8
GW,2.0 C0607-5
C1187-1
G,20
C2369-1
C1187-2
B,20
C2369-2
C2369-3
UG,0.5
C2242-5
UG,0.5 C0638-12G
C2369-4
GU,0.5
C2242-6
GU,0.5 C0638-21G
Secondary PCM
PUMP+
PUMPC2369-6
DIODE 1
MFP (PWM)
FPM (DIAG)
GND
B,2.0
B,2.5
C2727-1
Earth-FPDMs
SPL56-GND/CA
See Power Distribution
Central Electronic
Module
FUEL PUMP
RELAY (R15)
FUEL PUMP SUPP. C0584-16
OG,1.0
C0608-5
C0587-7
BW,0.5
SPL5-VFPRLY/BT
C1187-5
C0587-5
RW,0.5
C1187-6
F74
2
FUEL LVL RTN
15.0 Amps
FUEL PUMP
FUEL LVL SIG
OG,1.0
FUEL PUMP FEEDBACK
Fuel Tank
Fuel Pump-B (RH)
Sensor-Fuel Level
+
C0205-1
MOTOR
C2303-1
C0115-5
C0114-5
RW,0.5
C2303-4
C0115-2
C0114-2
BW,0.5
C0115-3
C0114-3
G,20
C0115-6
C0114-6
B,20
C0205-2
-
Module-FPDM A (1-6)
FPM
Fuel Pump-A (LH)
MFP
MOTOR
RW,2.0
C2203-5
C0204-2
C0115-4
C0114-4
B,20
C1187-3
B,20
C2203-2
C0204-1
C0115-1
C0114-1
R,20
C1187-4
R,20
C2203-1
+
Earth-Fuel Tank
C2899-1
B,2.0
C2934-1
Earth-Body
C2203-4
RU,0.5
C2242-8
RU,0.5 C0635-21G
C2203-3
UR,0.5
C2242-7
UR,0.5 C0635-12G
VIGN
FPM (DIAG)
MFP (PWM)
Primary PCM
PUMPPUMP+
GND
C2203-6
B,2.0
B,2.5
SPL56-GND/CA
C2727-1
Earth-FPDMs
Figure 1. Fuel Pump Circuits
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P060D
Fault Code Definition
P060D - Throttle pedal imbalance - primary to
secondary PCM
MIL Status
This codes will not light the MIL lamp
P060D Fault Analysis
CAUTION: This codes may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary Powertrain Control Module
(PCM). Check that you are working on the correct
half of the engine.
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P060D is
logged.
2.
Set WDS to monitor both throttle pedal signals.
3.
Ignition on. Move the throttle pedal over its full
range several times whilst observing the throttle
pedal position signals.
If the signals remain in balance over the full range
of pedal movement, go to step 4.
If the signals are out of balance, service the throttle pedal position sensors or circuit. Clear the
P060D code and run a further check of throttle
pedal position sensor readings to confirm that the
problem is resolved.
4.
Set the throttle pedal to a mid range position.
Shake/wiggle the harness and look for any
change in the TPP signals.
If a harness fault is detected, service the harness
as necessary. Clear the P060D code and run a
further check of throttle pedal position sensor
readings to confirm that the problem is resolved.
If no harness fault is detected, go to step 5.
5.
Clear the P060D code and run an extended road
test to see if the code is logged again.
If the code is logged again, repeat steps 3 and 4 of
this procedure to identify the cause of the intermittent proble. Service the sensor or wiring as
necessary and repeat the sensor signal check to
ensure that the problem is resolved.
If the code is not logged again, the cause of the
problem is not present at this time and testing is
complete.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0602
P0602 - Vehicle Identification
Fault Code Definition
P0602 - The vehicle identification (VID) block checksum test failed.
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp.
P0602 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect WDS
2.
Using the latest WDS disc, re ‘flash’ programme the PCMs.
3.
If this does not cure the problem contact AML Tech Support.
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C0046-A
C0192-1
C0045-1
C1661-1
B,50.0
Earth-Body
R,50.0
Battery (P100)
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12.0 Volts
RY,4.0
C1875-1 60 Amps C1875-2
Stand Alone Inline Fuse
RY,4.0
C1891-1
Underbonnet Fusebox
BDS Feed
GND
CUT OFF
STARTER
VIGN
C0046-B
Switch-Battery Disconnect
RY,4.0
C2412-3
RY,4.0
C0571-4
BATT STUD
C2608-1
SPL97-VBDS/CA
Battery Battery
Fusebox Fusebox
F2
F1
C2705-1
VBDS
VBATT
RELAY 2
RELAY 1
DIODE 2
30.0 Amps
F5
10.0 Amps
F1
10.0 Amps
F12
DIODE 1
30.0 Amps
F4
Underbonnet Fusebox
C0578-3
C0576-2
C0577-8
C0578-5
C0577-4
C0576-1
C0638-24 G
C0638-36 G
C0638-35 G
C0638-45 G
C0635-45 G
C0635-24 G
C0635-36 G
C0635-35 G
CASEGND
PWRGND
PWRGND
PWRGND
PWRHLD
VPOWER
VPOWER
KAPWR
CASEGND
PWRGND
PWRGND
PWRGND
Secondary PCM
KAPWR
PWRHLD
VPOWER
VPOWER
Primary PCM
C0638-10 G
C0638-49
C0638-48
C0638-47
C0635-10 G
C0635-49
C0635-48
C0635-47
C2650-1
C0559-1
C0558-1
C2651-1
C0557-1
C0556-1
Caseground
Powerground
Powerground
Caseground
Powerground
Powerground
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0603
P0603 - Keep Alive Power
Figure 1. Keep Alive Power Circuit
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0603
Fault Code Definition
P0603 - The PCM has detected a power interrupt
in the KAM (Keep Alive Memory) supply to the
PCM.
MIL Status
These codes will not light the MIL lamp.
P0603 Fault Analysis
Note: If KAPWR is interrupted to the PCM by disconnecting the battery or any connection in the VBATT
supply circuit to primary PCM pin C0635-45 or secondary PCM pin C0638-45, P0603/P0605 may be generated on the first power up after reconnection or after
re-flashing the PCMs.
CAUTION: This code may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary Powertrain Control Module
(PCM). Check that you are working on the correct
half of the engine.
1.
Key off. Inspect the battery cables and VBAT supply circuit through the battery disconnect switch
for loose connections, corrosion, etc. Repair as
necessary.
2.
Check the security of the keep alive power lines
from the underbonnet fuses F1 and F12 to the
PCMs.
3.
Disconnect the PCMs, inspect the connectors for
pushed out pins, damage, corrosion, etc. Repair if
necessary.
4.
Fit the PCM break-out box. Measure voltage
between primary PCM harness connector C063545 and chassis ground (KAPWR). Repeat the
check at secondary PCM connector C0638-45.
Whilst measuring the voltage, grasp the PCM harness and wiggle, shake or bend small sections
while working from the PCM to the underbonnet
fusebox.
If the voltage drops below 10.5 volts, service the
open circuit in the KAPWR circuit. Reconnect all
components and rerun the KOER Test to verify
that the problem is resolved.
If the voltage remains above 10.5 volts, rerun the
KOEO self test. If P0603/P0605 is detected again,
consult Aston Martin Technical Support.
If P0603 is not detected, the code was due to
some service action as described in the note following the code description. Testing is then complete.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0605
P0605 - PCM / PCM Processor
Figure 1. PCM Locations
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P0605
Fault Code Definition
P0605 - The PCM has detected an EPROM error.
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp.
P0605 Fault Analysis
CAUTION: This code may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary Engine Control Module
(PCM). Check that you are working on the correct
half of the engine.
Note: This code indicates a serial communication fault
within the PCM.
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P0605 is
logged.
2.
Run a KOER test. Recheck the logged fault codes
3.
If P0605 is logged again, use WDS to reprogram
(reflash) the PCM.
4.
Repeat the KOER test and recheck for logged fault
codes.
5.
If P0605 is logged again, replace the PCM
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0606
P0606 - PCM / PCM Processor
Figure 1. PCM Locations
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P0606
Fault Code Definition
P0606 - The PCM /PCM Processor.
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp.
P0606 Fault Analysis
CAUTION: This code may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary Engine Control Module
(PCM). Check that you are working on the correct
half of the engine.
Note: This code indicates a serial communication fault
within the PCM.
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P0606 is
logged.
2.
Run a KOER test. Recheck the logged fault codes
3.
If P0606 is logged again, use WDS to reprogram
(reflash) the PCM.
4.
Repeat the KOER test and recheck for logged fault
codes.
5.
If P0606 is logged again, replace the PCM
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0613
P0613 - TCM Watchdog Error
Electronic Module
Hydraulic Module
Output Speed Sensor
Gearbox Temperature
Sensor
Turbine Speed Sensor
Suction Port
Discharge Port
Solenoid Valve 2
Position Switch
Figure 1. Mechatronic Unit
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P0613
Fault Code Definition
P0613 - TCM Watchdog Error
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp.
P0613 Fault Analysis
CAUTION: This code should be generated only in
the Primary Powertrain Control Module (PCM).
Check that you are working on the correct half of
the engine.
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P0613 is
logged. Clear the P0613 code
2.
Run a KOER test. Recheck the logged fault codes
3.
If P0613 is logged again, reflash the TCM. Run a
further KOER test to check if the problem is
resolved.
4.
If p0613 is logged again, replace the mechatronic
unit.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0614
P0614 - CAN Level
Electronic Module
Hydraulic Module
Output Speed Sensor
Gearbox Temperature
Sensor
Turbine Speed Sensor
Suction Port
Discharge Port
Solenoid Valve 2
Position Switch
Figure 1. Mechatronic Unit Location
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P0614
Fault Code Definition
P0614 - CAN ID does not match that stored in
TCM.
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp.
P0614 Fault Analysis
Note: This fault is most likely to occur if a control module has been replaced or swapped between vehicles.
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P0614 is
logged. Clear the P0614 code
2.
Run a KOER test. Recheck the logged fault codes
3.
If P0614 is logged again, check if the
mechatronic unit has been replaced. If so the
software level may be different to that logged for
the vehicle.
4.
Consult Aston Martin Technical Support.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0620, P0622
P0620, P0622 - Generator Control Circuit
Underbonnet Fusebox
RELAY 10
Sheet 57 C2608-1 VBATT
C0572-1
F24
UG,0.5
RES17
5 Amps 560 Ohms
C2409-6
C2409-6
C0579-8 VIGN
RES16
GND
1.5 k Ohms
F30
See Power Distribution
Sheet 57
C0572-2
UG,0.5
SPL32-ILINE/CA
P60,69
UG,0.5
UG,0.5
Coupe
5 Amps
C0574-6
Convertible
Sheet 57 C0571-4 VBDS
W,0.5
C2243-21
C2243-21
C2276-12
Secondary PCM
ALTMON (I)
C0637-38G
Alternator/Generator
UG,0.5
C0226-2
W,0.5
C0226-3
UW,0.5
C0226-1
I-LINE (DIM)
BATT SENSE
ALTMON
Figure 1. Generator Control Circuit
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P0620, P0622
Fault Code Definition
P0620 - Generator Control Circuit
P0622 - Alternator field terminal circuit
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp.
P0620, P0622 Fault Analysis
CAUTION: This code should be generated only in
the Secondary Powertrain Control Module (PCM).
Check that you are working on the correct half of
the engine.
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P0620 or
P0622 is logged.
2.
For P0620, check continuity of the ALTMON signal line from secondary PCM connector C063738 to C0226-1 on the alternator.
Also check for any short circuit to power or
ground on this line.
Service the circuit as necessary. Clear the P0620
code. Run the engine and check that the problem
is resolved.
3.
For P0622, check that +12volts is present on
alternator connector C0226-3 (BATT SENSE). If
+12 volts is not present, service the battery sense
circuit from underbonnet fusebox F30 to the
alternator. Clear the P0622 code. Run the engine
and check that the problem is resolved.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P062F
P062F - TCM EEPROM Emulation Lifetime Exceeded
Electronic Module
Hydraulic Module
Output Speed Sensor
Gearbox Temperature
Sensor
Turbine Speed Sensor
Suction Port
Discharge Port
Solenoid Valve 2
Position Switch
Figure 1. Mechatronic Unit
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P062F
Fault Code Definition
P062F - EEPROM emulation lifetime exceeded
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp.
P062F Fault Analysis
CAUTION: This code should be generated only in
the Primary Powertrain Control Module (PCM).
Check that you are working on the correct half of
the engine.
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P062F is
logged.
2.
Clear the P062F code. Switch the ignition off and
then on again.
3.
If P062F is not logged again, repeat the ignition
off/on test several times to ensure that the problem is resolved.
If P062F is logged again, consult Aston Martin
Technical Support.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0634
P0634 - Gearbox Overheat
Figure 1. Automatic Gearbox Cooling Circuit
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P0634
Fault Code Definition
If the car has been driven hard, advise the owner
to avoid “Transmission Overtemperature’ conditions.
P0634 - TCM internal temperature too high.
Note: As transmission temperature rises, the control
system will enter ‘Hot Mode” at 120°C. If high speed
driving continues and the temperature rises to 125°C
the control system will enter “Limp Home Mode’
6.
HOT MODE - Touchtronic is disabled. Higher gears are
selected earlier to limit the temperature rise. “Transmission Overtemperature” is shown on the message display.
Stop the test and note the engine coolant temperature and transmission fluid temperature.
The transmission should always be significantly
cooler than the engine.
LIMP HOME MODE - The gearbox control system shuts
down, locking the gearbox in either third or fifth gear
dependant on vehicle speed. All gearbox functions are
inhibited. “Limp Home Mode” is shown on the message display.
If possible, check the transmission temperature
with an external thermometer to cross check the
temperature sensor indication.****
P0634 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS or scan tool. Confirm that
P0634 is logged.
2.
Using the Service Manual procedure, check and
if necessary top up the automatic gearbox fluid.
7.
Key off. Disconnect the transmission harness at
the gearbox.
8.
With the ignition switched off, check for +12 vots
from transmission harness connector pin C 093214 (VBatt) to pin C0932-13 and 16 (Ground)
If +12 volts is available, go to step 7.
If the transmission fluid level is correct, go to step
3.
If it was necessary to add a significant amount of
transmission fluid, there is a strong possibility that
low transmission fluid was the cause of the overheat condition. Clear the P0634 code and run a
brief road test to ensure that the fault condition is
cleared.
3.
4.
If +12 volts is not available, service the +12 volt
or ground circuit as necessary. Clear the fault
code and run a KOER test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
9.
Key on. Check for +12 volts from C0932-9 (+12
Ign) to C0932-13.
Check for any reports of poor shift quality.
If +12v is available, go to step 5.
If shift is poor, check the cleanliness of the transmission fluid etc. Check filler plug for dirt?
If +12v is not available, service the +12V Ignition
line to C0932-9. Clear the fault code and run a
KOER test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
Examine the transmission fluid cooling circuit for
damage or restrictions which could inhibit the
fluid cooling function.
10.
The temperature sensor is integrated into the
‘Mechatronic Unit” in the gearbox and is not
serviceable. Change the mechatronic unit. Clear
the fault code and run a KOER test to ensure that
the problem is resolved.
11.
Check for muck in the transmission fluid. i.e.
blockages in the cooling system
If no fault symptom is found, go to step 4.
If any fault is identified, service the cooling circuit
as necessary. Top up the transmission fluid. Clear
the P0634 code and run a brief road test to
ensure that the problem is resolved.
5.
Set the datalogger to monitor engine coolant temperature and transmission temperature. Road test
the car for about 15-20 miles including as many
gearshifts as can be safely included.
Check that the owner has not been driving the car
in a particularly fast or competitive style or in
very hot weather which could have caused the
overheat.
If the car has been driven conservatively and
weather conditions are not the cause of the overheat, go to step 6.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0641
P0641 - Transmission Sensor Supply Voltage
Electronic Module
Hydraulic Module
Output Speed Sensor
Gearbox Temperature
Sensor
Turbine Speed Sensor
Suction Port
Discharge Port
Solenoid Valve 2
Position Switch
Figure 1. The Mechatronic Unit
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0641
Fault Code Definition
P0641 - Transmission Sensor Supply Voltage too
High or too Low.
P0641 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS or scan tool. Check that P0641
is logged.
Note: This sensor supply is internal to the TCM. If the
12 volt VBATT signal is within specification and P0641
is logged, the TCM is faulty.
2.
Key off. Disconnect the transmission harness at
the gearbox.
3.
With the ignition switched off, check for +12 vots
from transmission harness connector pin C 093214 (VBatt) to pin C0932-13 and 16 (Ground).
If +12 volts is available, go to step 4.
If +12 volts is not available, service the +12 volt
or ground circuit as necessary. Clear the fault
code and run a KOER test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
4.
Check the condition of the pins and sockets in
both halves of C0932.
If any fault is identified, service the connector as
necessary. Clear the P0641 code and run a KOER
test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
If no fault is identified, replace the mechatronic
unit. Clear the P0641 code and run a KOER test
to ensure that the problem is resolved.
April 2004
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0645
P0645 - A/C Clutch Relay
Clutch-Compressor-Air
Conditioning (A/C)
Underbonnet Fusebox
RELAY 11
F10
C0578-6
GU,2.0
C0127-1
C0127-2
B,2.0
C0560-1
Earth-Aircon Clutch
10.0 Amps
Primary PCM
C2608-1
Sheet 61
RES 17
VBATT
DIODE 3 C0578-7
RY,0.5
1.50 k Ohms
C0635-25G
ACCR
Sensor-Aircon Pressure (MID)
See Power Distribution Sheet
ACPT
BVREF
C1465-3
GW,0.5
C2276-9
GW,0.5
C1465-2
BP,0.5
C2276-10
BP,0.5
C0635-26G
BP,0.5 C0635-40G
ACPT
BVREF
SPL20-BVREF/EN
SIGRTN
C1465-1
UW,0.5
C2276-11
UW,0.5
UW,0.5 C0635-41G
SIGRTN
SPL19-SRTN/EN
Sensor-Aircon Pressure (HI & LO)
K
Sheet 5
C0047-13
K,0.5
C2409-10
K,0.75
C1257-5
HI
LO
C1257-2
UB,0.75
C2276-8
UB,0.5
C0635-15G
ACCS
Figure 1. A/C Clutch Control Circuit
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0645
Fault Code Definition
3.
Remove the A/C clutch relay and check the coil
resistance. Measure between relay pins 85 and
86. The coil resistance should be between 40 and
85Ω. If the coil resistance is incorrect, replace the
relay. Reset the PTEC and rerun the KOER Test.
P0645 - A/C Clutch Relay control circuit
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp.
Check for internal shorts in the relay:
P0645 Fault Analysis
Measure resistance from relay pin 85 to pins 30,
87 and 87A. The resistance should be greater
than 10kΩ. If the resistance is less than 10kΩ,
replace the relay.
CAUTION: This code should be generated only in
the Primary Powertrain Control Module (PCM).
Check that you are working on the correct half of
the engine.
1.
If the AC Clutch Request signal switches to 0V, go
to step 3.
2.
If the relay resistance checks are good, refit the
relay and go to step 4.
Connect the WDS or scan tool. With the engine
warm, select A/C on. Monitor the level of the AC
Clutch Request signal at primary PCM pin
C0635-25.
If the AC Clutch Request signal remains at 12V,
go to step 2.
Check the level of the A/C Request (ACCS) signal:
Monitor the A/C Request signal at primary PCM
pin C0635-15 whilst switching the A/C system on
and off.
The Clutch Request signal should be at 0 volts
with the A/C system On.
If the A/C Clutch Request signal remains at 12
volts, check for a short from this line to VPWR.
If no short circuit exists, consult Aston Martin
Technical Support.
If a short circuit is detected, repair the defect.
Reset the PCM and rerun the KOER Test.
April 2004
Check the Air Con clutch relay:
If the relay is defective and is replaced, reset the
PCM and rerun the KOER Test.
4.
Check the A/C clutch relay circuit:
Disconnect the PCM. Key on, check for greater
than 10.5 volts at PCM connector pin C0635-25.
If greater than 10.5 volts is not present, service
the open circuit in the VPWR or the A/C clutch
signal lines.
Key off. Reconnect the PCM. Key on. Switch on
the A/C (Mode switch from ECO to A/C for immediate response). Check for greater than 10.5 volts
at A/C clutch relay pin 30. If the voltage is less
than 10.5 volts, go to step 5.
If the voltage is greater than 10.5 volts, the supply
from the A/C clutch relay is good.
Measure the voltage at A/C clutch relay pin 87. If
less than 10.5 volts with the A/C selected on, the
clutch relay is defective. Replace the relay, reset
the PCM and rerun the KOER Test.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0657/P0658/P0659
P0657/P0658/P0659 - Pressure Regulator Voltage Supply Fault
Boot Fusebox
C2609-1 VBATT
Sheet 61
F12
C2013-7
Module-Automatic Transmission
R,1.0
RELAY 4 20.0 Amps
R,1.0
C0747-6
R,1.0
GY,1.0
C0747-5
GY,1.0
B,1.0
C0747-11 B,1.0
C0932-14
VBATT
C2010-9
VIGN
F15
C2012-7
5.0 Amps
C2010-8
Sheet 61
GND
GY,1.0
C0932-9
VIGN
Sheet 61
TCM Earth
TCM Earth
C2695-1
C2696-1
B,1.0
C0747-12 B,1.0
B,1.0
SPL4-GND/AU
C0932-13
GROUND
C0932-16
GROUND
Add C0932-7 wiring.
Figure 1. TCM Power Circuit
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0657/P0658/P0659
Fault Code Definition
P0657 Transmission pressure regulator voltage
supply open circuit
P0658 Transmission pressure regulator voltage
supply short to ground
If either pin shows a short circuit to ground, service the harness as necessary. Reconnect and run a
KOER test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
6.
Replace the mechatronic unit and run a KOER
test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
P0659 Transmission pressure regulator voltage
supply short to supply
This is a MIL code.
P0657/P0658/P0659 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and note all logged DTCs.
Confirm that P0657, P0658 or P0659 is logged.
Note: This sensor supply is internal to the TCM. If the
12 volt VBATT signal is within specification and P0657,
58 or 59 is logged, the TCM is faulty.
Note: If P0657 is logged and the +12V supply is good,
this may be an indication of an internal mechatronic
unit fault. Replace the mechatronic unit and retest.
2.
Key off. Access the transmission harness and disconnect the transmisison connector.
3.
Key on. Check the voltage from harness connector C0932-14 to C0932-13 and 16.
If +12 volts is measured, go to step 4.
If the +12 volt supply is below specification,
check the battery charging and +12 volt circuit
integrity to C0932-14. Service the charging system or wiring as necessary. Reconnect all components and run a brief road test to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
4.
Ignition on. Measure the voltage from C0932-7
and C0932-11 to ground.
If both voltage show 0V, go to step 5
If either voltage is above 0V there is a short circuit
from a voltage source to the transmission harness.
Service the harness as necessary. Reconnect and
retest (KOER).
5.
Ignition off. Disconnect C0932. Measure the
resistance from C0932-7 to ground. Also measure
the resistance from C0932-11 to ground. Both
lines should show high resistance (MΩ) to
ground.
If no short to ground is detected, go to step 6.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0667
P0667 - Gearbox Temperature Sensor Chip
Figure 1. Automatic Gearbox Cooling Circuit
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0667
Fault Code Definition
P0667 - Damaged control chip, gearbox temperature sensor.
Note: As transmission temperature rises, the control
system will enter ‘Hot Mode” at 120°C. If high speed
driving continues and the temperature rises to 125°C
the control system will enter “Limp Home Mode’
HOT MODE - Touchtronic is disabled. Higher gears are
selected earlier to limit the temperature rise. “Transmission Overtemperature” is shown on the message display.
LIMP HOME MODE - The gearbox control system shuts
down, locking the gearbox in either third or fifth gear
dependant on vehicle speed. All gearbox functions are
inhibited. “Limp Home Mode” is shown on the message display.
P0667 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS or scan tool. Confirm that
P0667 is logged.
2.
Clear the P00667 code. Run a KOER test. Check
the logged fault codes.
3.
If P0667 is logged again, change the mechatronic
unit.
4.
Run a further KOER test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0701
P0701 - Sensor Fault
Electronic Module
Hydraulic Module
Output Speed Sensor
Gearbox Temperature Sensor
Turbine Speed Sensor
Suction Port
Discharge Port
Solenoid Valve 2
Position Switch
Figure 1. Transmission Fluid Temperature Sensor Location
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0701
Fault Code Definition
P0701 - Sensor Fault and Backup Strategy has also
failed.
or
Pressure regulator fault and current too high
Note: This fault will be logged if a control sensor within
the transmission fails and the backup strategy also fails.
or
The current through a faulty pressure regulator is too
high
This is a MIL code.
P0701 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P0701 is
logged.
2.
Note any other transmission DTCs and resolve
the other DTCs before returning to step 3 of this
procedure if P0701 is logged again after clearing
all DTCs.
3.
Run a brief road test. Check if P0701 is logged
again.
If no DTCs are logged, the transmission problem
is resolved. Conduct an extended road test to
ensure system reliability before returning the
vehicle to its owner.
If P0701 is logged again, replace the mechatronic
unit and run a brief road test to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0705
P0705 - Gear Position Signal Error
Interface-Auto Switches
REV SIG RTN
REV SW2
REV SW1
REV TT/X
C2737-8
B,0.5
C2737-6
OW,0.5
C2737-5
OB,0.5
C2737-7
WP,0.5
Switch-Reverse
C0166-3
10 k Ohms
SW2
GND C0166-1
Primary PCM
C0634-28G
REV TT
OY,0.5
C2244-21
SPL1-DIMOUT/CA
PARK TT
PRND1
OY,0.5
C0467-21
OU,0.5
C0231-19
C0467-22
UG,0.5 C2244-22
UG,0.5
C0634-4G
UR,0.5
C2244-15
UR,0.5
GB,0.5
C2245-17
UG,0.5
C0634-29G
SW1
C0166-6
VIGN/X
TELLTALE
OY,0.5
C0166-5
TT
OU,0.5
C0166-4
LOCATE ILLUMINATION
BA ILL.
SPL1-BA.ILL/FA
C0634-45G
PRND2
OU,0.5
4.7 k Ohms
C0166-2
560 Ohms
Interface-Auto Switches
PRND2
PRND1
VIGN.
2 STAGE ILL.
BVREF
GND
PARK TT/X
PARK SW2
PARK SW1
PARK SIG RTN
C2737-22
UG,0.5
C1184-19
UG,0.5
C2737-21
UR,0.5
C0223-12
UR,0.5
C2737-17
WP,0.5
C2737-18
Y,0.5
C2737-19
YR,0.75
SPL35-VIGN/FA
Switch-Park
SPL28-2ILL/FA
OU,0.5
SPL32-BVREF/FA
C2736-4
BA ILL.
LOCATE ILLUMINATION
560 Ohms
C2737-20
B,0.75
UG,0.5
C2736-5
TT
C2737-11
WP,0.5
WP,0.5
C2736-6
VIGN/X
C2737-10
RW,0.5
RW,0.5
C2736-3
SW2
C2737-9
RB,0.5
RB,0.5
C2736-2
SW1
C2737-12
B,0.5
SPL9-GND/FA
TELLTALE
10 k Ohms
C2736-1
GND
4.7 k Ohms
Switch-Neutral
YW,0.5
C2359-3
SW2
YB,0.5
C2359-2
SW1
OU,0.5
C2359-4 BA. ILL
B,0.5
10 k Ohms
GND C2359-1
Interface-Auto Switches
NEUT SIG RTN
NEUT SW2
NEUT SW1
NEUT TT/X
DRIVE SIG RTN
DRIVE SW2
DRIVE SW1
DRIVE TT/X
C2737-1
B,0.5
C2737-3
YW,0.5
C2737-2
YB,0.5
C2737-4
WP,0.5
C2737-16
B,0.5
C2737-14
UW,0.5
C2737-13
UB,0.5
C2737-15
WP,0.5
SPL1-BA.ILL/FA
UW,0.5
DRIVE TT
NEUTRAL TT
C0634-32G
UY,0.5
TELLTALE
TT C2359-5
B,0.5
10 k Ohms
C2735-3 SW2
GND C2735-1
SPL1-BA.ILL/FA
YW,0.5
C2359-6
LOCATE ILLUMINATION
560 Ohms
VIGN/X
Switch-Drive
Primary PCM
C0634-17G
WP,0.5
4.7 k Ohms
C2244-16
YW,0.5
C1167-1
YW,0.5
C2244-14
RW,0.5
C0047-14
4.7 k Ohms
UB,0.5
C2735-2 SW1
OU,0.5
C2735-4 BA ILL.
WP,0.5
C2735-6
560 Ohms
VIGN/X
C2735-5
TT
LOCATE ILLUMINATION
TELLTALE
RW,0.5
Figure 1. Reverse, Park, Neutral and Drive Switch Circuits.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0705
Fault Code Definition
If no fault is found with the BVREF and SIGRTN
lines, then check the continuity of the PRND1
and PRND2 signal lines. Service the wiring as
necessary. Clear the fault code and run a KOER
test including changes of gear to all modes to
ensure that the problem is resolved.
P0705 - Gear position signal error. CAN and Serial line. Invalid signal or timeout.
This is a MIL code.
P0705 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P0705 is
logged.
2.
With the ignition on, press and release the ‘P, R,
N and D’ buttons in turn.
If the lamp in each button illuminates, the circuit
to the Auto Switch Interface Unit, the PCM and
the TCM is serviceable. Go to step 3.
4.
If PRND 1 or PRND 2 change when any single
button is pressed, but the voltages do not match
the PRND table, substitute each button in turn
with a new button and retest to ensure that the
PRND voltages are now correct.
5.
IF the voltages are still not correct, check for continuity/short circuit to power or ground from each
button to the interface box. Service any identified
faults and retest to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
If any one lamp does not illuminate when its button is pressed and released, perform continuity
checks on the wiring between the switch and
interface box. Also check continuity of the wiring
to the telltale lamp in the suspect switch. Service
the switch or circuits as necessary. Clear the fault
code and run a brief road test to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
3.
Using the WDS datalogger, monitor the PRND1
and PRND2 signals.
Key on. Press and release each switch in turn and
look for a corresponding change in the PRND signals.
Button
Pressed
PRND 1GND
PRND 2GND
PARK
0.45
2.26
NEUTRAL
1.08
2.26
DRIVE
1.74
2.26
REVERSE
2.16
2.26
NONE
2.62
3.71
If the PRND signal voltages are correct, the problem is not present at this time and testing is complete.
If the PRND signal voltages are not correct, if
either voltage does not change when any button
is pressed, check BVREF and SIG RTN at the
interface box. Service the BVREF and SIGRTN circuits as necessary. Repeat the voltage checks to
ensure that the problem is resolved.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0711/P0712/P0713/P0714
P0711/P0712/P0713/P0714 - Transmission Fluid Temperature
Electronic Module
Hydraulic Module
Output Speed Sensor
Gearbox Temperature Sensor
Turbine Speed Sensor
Suction Port
Discharge Port
Solenoid Valve 2
Position Switch
Figure 1. Transmission Mechatronic Unit
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0711/P0712/P0713/P0714
Fault Code Definition
P0711 - TFT sensor range or performance
P0712 - TFT sensor circuit low input
P0713 - TFT sensor circuit high input
P0714 - TFT sensor open circuit
These are MIL codes.
P0711, P0712, P0713, P0714 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P0711,
P0712, P0713 or P0714 is logged.
2.
Key off. Disconnect the transmission harness at
the gearbox.
3.
With the ignition switched off, check for +12 vots
from transmission harness connector pin C 093214 (VBatt) to pin C0932-13 and 16 (Ground)
If +12 volts is available, go to step 4.
If +12 volts is not available, service the +12 volt
or ground circuit as necessary. Clear the fault
code and run a KOER test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
4.
Key on. Check for +12 volts from C0932-9 (+12
Ign) to C0932-13.
If +12v is available, go to step 5.
If +12v is not available, service the +12V Ignition
line to C0932-9. Clear the fault code and run a
KOER test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
5.
The temperature sensor is integrated into the
‘Mechatronic Unit” in the gearbox and is not
serviceable. Change the mechatronic unit. Clear
the fault code.
Run a test drive to confirm the replacement
Mechatronic unit and to ensure that the problem
is resolved.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0715/P0716/P0717
P0715, P0716, P0717 - Transmission Turbine Speed Sensor Fault
Electronic Module
Hydraulic Module
Output Speed Sensor
Gearbox Temperature Sensor
Turbine Speed Sensor
Suction Port
Discharge Port
Solenoid Valve 2
Position Switch
Figure 1. Output Speed Sensor Location
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0715/P0716/P0717
Fault Code Definition
P0715 Transmission turbine speed sensor short to
supply
P0716 Transmission turbine speed sensor too high
or too low.
P0717 Transmission turbine speed sensor short to
ground or open circuit.
This is a MIL code.
P0715, P0716, P0717 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and note all logged DTCs.
Confirm that P0715, P0716 or P0717 is logged.
2.
Clear the fault code and run a brief road test. If
P0715, P0716 or P0717 is logged again, change
the mechatronic unit.
Run a brief road test to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0720, P0721, P0722
P0720, P0721, P0722 - Vehicle Speed Sensor Fault
Manual Gearbox
Automatic Gearbox
Figure 1. Speed Sensor Locations
Sensor-Vehicle Speed (Automatic)
VSSVSS+
C0195-1G
BU,05
C0195-2G
NU,05
Sensor-Vehicle Speed (Manual)
VSSVSS+
Primary PCM
SPL21-VSS/EN
C1561-1G
BU,05
C0746-8
BU,05
C0109-13
BU,05
C2242-18
BU,05
BU,05
C0635-33G
NU,05
C0746-9
NU,05
C0109-14
NU,05
C2242-19
NU,05
NU,05
C0635-32G
BU,05
C0638-33G
NU,05
C0638-32G
VSS+ (I)
BU,05
SPL22-VSS/EN
C1561-2G
VSS- (I)
Secondary PCM
NU,05
VSS- (I)
VSS+ (I)
Figure 2 Vehicle Speed Sensor Circuit
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0720, P0721, P0722
Fault Code Definition
If any circuit fault is detected, service the circuit
as necessary. Clear the fault code and run a brief
road or rolling road test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
P0720 VSS MIL fault detected
P0721 VSS signal noisy.
P0722 VSS signal no output
This is a MIL code.
P0720, P0721, P0722 Fault Analysis
Note: Vehicle speed is sensed from the diff speed sensor on auto cars and from the gearbox output speed
sensor on manual cars.
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P0720,
P0721 or P0722 is logged. Clear the logged fault
code.
2.
Set datalogger to monitor the VSS signal. run a
brief road test (or rolling road test) with varying
speeds.
4.
For Auto Cars:
Perform continuity checks between the following
connections:
VSS+ C0195-2 to primary PCM C0635-32 and
secondary PCM C0638-32.
VSS- C0195-1 to primary PCM C0635-33 and
secondary PCM C0638-33.
If any circuit fault is detected, service the circuit
as necessary. Clear the fault code and run a brief
road or rolling road test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
Check if the recorded vehicle speed matches the
actual speed.
If the recorded speed does not match actual
speed, go to step 3 for manual cars or step 4 for
automatic cars.
If the VSS readings are accurate and no relevant
fault codes are logged, retest at low speeds and
check the lowest speed which can be monitored.
For low speed errors, check the following:
Sensor air gap
Sensor damage
If no errors are detected, treat this as an intermittent problem and service the VSS circuit for poor
connections and shorts to power or ground
Run an extended road test to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
3.
For Manual Cars:
Perform continuity checks between the following
connections:
VSS+ C1561-2 to primary PCM C0635-32 and
secondary PCM C0638-32.
VSS- C1561-1 to primary PCM C0635-33 and
secondary PCM C0638-33.
April 2004
2-171
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0725
P0725 - Engine Speed/Tachometer Fault
Crank Sensors
Figure 1. Crank Position (Engine Speed) Sensor Location
Sensor-Crank Position
Primary PCM
C0168-2G
R,05
C0636-34G
C0168-1G
U,05
C0636-45G
SCR,05
SPL12-GND/EN
B,0.5
C0563-1
CPSA-SC
CKP+
CKP-
Earth-Bank A
Cam/Crank
Screens
Sensor-Crank Position
Secondary PCM
C0170-2G
R,05
C2464-34G
C0170-1G
U,05
C2464-45G
SCR,05
CPSB-SC
CAMB-SC
SPL23-GND/EN
B,0.5
CKP+
CKP-
C0561-1 Earth-Bank B
Cam/Crank
Screens
SCR,05
Figure 2. Engine Speed Sensor Circuit
2-172
April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0725
Fault Code Definition
If the P0725 code is logged again, consult Aston
Martin Technical Support.
Engine Speed/Tachometer Fault in
the PCM and TCM.
P0725
This is a MIL code.
P0725 Analysis
CAUTION: This code may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary Powertrain Control Module
(PCM). Check that you are working on the correct
PCM.
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P0725 is
logged.
2.
Set the WDS datalogger to log engine speed (‘N’).
for both engine banks. Start the engine and perform a brief road test whilst logging the engine
speed signals.
3.
Stop the road test and review the datalogger
results.
If the engine speed is not correctly logged in the
primary PCM, go to step 4.
If the engine speed is correctly logged in the primary PCM, check continuity of the CAN bus to
the TCM in the gearbox.
If a CAN continuity fault is identified, service the
wiring as necessary. Clear the P0725 code and
run a brief road test to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
If continuity is good, replace the TCM, clear the
P0725 codes and run a brief road test to ensure
that the problem is resolved
4.
With the engine running, compare the crank
position sensor signals for both engine banks.
If the signals are mismatched, go to step 5.
If the signals are matched, consult Aston Martin
Technical Support.
5.
Swap the crank sensors bank to bank and repeat
the test. If the fault changes sides, replace the suspect sensor. Clear the P0725 code and run a
KOER test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
If the fault does not swap sides, service the wiring
from C0168-2 at the sensor to C0636-34 at the
PCM and from Co168-1 at the sensor to C063645 at the PCM. Run a brief road test to confirm
that the problem is resolved.
April 2004
2-173
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0729 to P0735
P0729 to P0735 - Gear Ratio Error
Figure 1. The Automatic Transmission
2-174
April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0729 to P0735
Fault Code Definition
Replace the gearbox and run a brief road test to
ensure that the problem is resolved.
P0729 to P0735 Gear Ratio Error - i.e. the gear ratio calculated from the input and output speed
sensor signals does not align with the actual gear
engaged.
P0729 to P0735 Fault Analysis
Note: The gear ratio monitoring function and the input
and output speed sensors are internal to the TCM. The
main voltage supply to the TCM is delivered via
C0932-14. The return lines are via ground pins C093213 and 16. Any open circuit fault on the power or
return lines may trigger this group of codes.
1.
Check the transmission fluid level. If the fluid
level is low, top-up using the service manual procedure. Clear the fault code and run a road test
using the full range of gears. Check for any
logged fault codes.
If P0729 to P0735 is logged again, go to step 2.
If no gear ratio codes are logged , the cause of the
fault was the low fluid level and the problem is
resolved.
2.
Using WDS, check the input and output speed
indications recorded when the fault was logged.
If either speed sensor indicated zero when the
fault was logged, change the mechatronic unit
and retest to ensure that the problem is resolved.
If the input and output speed sensor indications
where normal when the fault was logged, go to
step 3.
3.
Key off. Access the transmission harness and disconnect the transmisison connector.
4.
Key on. Check the voltage from harness connector C0932-9 to C0932-13 and 16.
If +12 volts is measured, go to step 3.
If the +12 volt supply is below specification,
check the battery charging and +12 volt circuit
integrity to C0932-14. Service the charging system or wiring as necessary. Reconnect all components and run a brief road test to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
5.
Check the condition of the transmission connector socket pin C0932-14.
If the socket is serviceable, the cause of the gear
ratio problem lies within the gearbox.
April 2004
2-175
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0736
P0736 - Gear Ratio Error - Reverse
Figure 1. Gearbox Unit
2-176
April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0736
Fault Code Definition
P0736 Gear ratio error - reverse.
P0736 Fault Analysis
Note: The gear ratio monitoring function and the input
and output speed sensors are internal to the TCM. The
main voltage supply to the TCM is delivered via
C0932-14. The return lines are via ground pins C093213 and 16. Any open circuit fault on the power or
return lines may trigger this group of codes.
1.
Check the transmission fluid level. If the fluid
level is low, top-up using the service manual procedure. Check that there are no leaks in the transmission cooling system. Clear the fault code and
run a road test including use of reverse gear.
Check for any logged fault codes.
If P0736 is logged again, go to step 2.
If no gear ratio codes are logged , the cause of the
fault was the low fluid level and the problem is
resolved.
2.
Key off. Access the transmission harness and disconnect the transmisison connector.
3.
Key on. Check the voltage from harness connector C0932-9 to C0932-13 and 16.
If +12 volts is measured, go to step 3.
If the +12 volt supply is below specification,
check the battery charging and +12 volt circuit
integrity to C0932-14. Service the charging system or wiring as necessary. Reconnect all components and run a brief road test to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
4.
Check the condition of the transmission connector socket pin C0932-14.
If the socket is serviceable, the cause of the gear
ratio problem lies within the gearbox.
Replace the gearbox and run a brief road test to
ensure that the problem is resolved.
April 2004
2-177
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0740 and P0960, 62, 73, 76, 79, 82 and P2764
P0740 and P0960,62, 73, 76, 79, 82 and P2764 - Transmission Pressure Regulator Faults
Electronic Module
Hydraulic Module
Output Speed Sensor
Gearbox Temperature Sensor
Turbine Speed Sensor
Suction Port
Discharge Port
Solenoid Valve 2
Position Switch
Figure 1. Mechatronic Unit
2-178
April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0740 and P0960, 62, 73, 76, 79, 82 and P2764
Fault Code Definition
P0740 - Transmission pressure regulator EDS6
(torque converter vent) open circuit or short to
ground.
P0960 - Pressure control solenoid A circuit current too high or too low.
P0962 - Transmission pressure regulator EDS5
(main line pressure) open circuit or short to
ground.
P0973 - Transmission pressure regulator EDS1
(shift solenoid A) open circuit or short to ground.
P0976 - Transmission pressure regulator EDS2
(shift solenoid B) open circuit or short to ground.
P0979 - Transmission pressure regulator EDS3
(shift solenoid C) open circuit or short to ground.
P0982 - Transmission pressure regulator EDS4
(shift solenoid D) open circuit or short to ground.
P2764 - Torque converter vent regulator short circuit to ground.
P0740 and P0960 to P00982 and P2764 Fault
Analysis
Note: The main voltage supply to the pressrue regulators is delivered via C0932-9. The return lines are via
ground pins C0932-13 and 16. Any open circuit fault
on these lines will trigger this group of codes.
1.
Clear the fault code.
2.
Run a road test to include use of all gears.
3.
Stop the test and check for logged DTCs.
4.
If any of the above DTCs are logged again,
replace the mechatronic unit. Repeat the road test
to ensure that the problem is resolved.
April 2004
2-179
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0741
P0741 - Torque Convertor Clutch Faults
Electronic Module
Hydraulic Module
Output Speed Sensor
Gearbox Temperature
Sensor
Turbine Speed Sensor
Suction Port
Discharge Port
Solenoid Valve 2
Position Switch
Figure 1. Mecchatronic Unit
2-180
April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0741
Fault Code Definition
P0741 Torque convertor clutch permanently
open.
P0741 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P0741 is
logged.
2.
Check and if necessary top up the transmission
fluid. Low fluid level will affect torque convertor
operation.
3.
Key off. Access the transmission harness and disconnect the transmisison connector.
4.
Key on. Check the voltage from harness connector C0932-9 to C0932-13 and 16.
If +12 volts is measured, go to step 3.
If the +12 volt supply is below specification,
check the battery charging and +12 volt circuit
integrity to C0932-14. Service the charging system or wiring as necessary. Reconnect all components and run a brief road test to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
5.
Check the condition of the transmission connector socket pin C0932-14.
If the socket is serviceable, the cause of the
torque convertor problem lies within the gearbox
unit.
Replace the mechatronic unit and run a brief
road test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
6.
If the problem is not resolved, contact Aston Martin Technical Support.
April 2004
2-181
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0771
P0771 - Torque Convertor Clutch Faults
Electronic Module
Hydraulic Module
Output Speed Sensor
Gearbox Temperature
Sensor
Turbine Speed Sensor
Suction Port
Discharge Port
Solenoid Valve 2
Position Switch
Figure 1. Mechatronic Unit
2-182
April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0771
Fault Code Definition
P0771 Shift solenoid E and F plausibility check
P0771 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P0771 is
logged.
2.
Clear the logged code.
3.
With the engine running, select each gear mode
by pressing the P, R, N and D buttons in turn.
4.
Check that the telltale lamp in each switch illuminates to indicate that the mode has been succesfully engaged.
5.
Recheck for logged DTCs. if P0771 is logged
again,replace the mechatronic unit.
6.
Run a brief road test to include use of all gearshift
modes to confirm that the problem is resolved.
April 2004
2-183
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0780 to P0784 and P0829
P0780 to P0784 and P0829 - Transmission Gear Load Errors
Automatic Gearbox
Figure 1. Automatic Gearbox Unit
2-184
April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0780 to P0784 and P0829
Fault Code Definition
P0780 to P0784 and P0829 Transmission gear
load errors.
P0780 to P0784 and P0829 Fault Analysis
1.
Check the transmission cooling system for leaks.
If any leak is identified, service the system as necessary.
2.
Check and if necessary top up the transmission
fluid. Low fluid level will affect gear loading.
Clear any logged fault codes. Run a brief road test
including use of all gears. Check for any logged
DTCs
3.
If the fault code is logged again, contact Aston
Martin Technical Service.
April 2004
2-185
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0812, P081C, P081D, P0853
P0812, P081C, P081D, P0853 - Reverse, Neutral, Drive Switch Input Circuit
Interface-Auto Switches
REV SIG RTN
REV SW2 (I)
REV SW1 (I)
REV TT/X (O)
C2737-8
B,0.5
C2737-6
OW,0.5
C2737-5
OB,0.5
C2737-7
WP,0.5
Switch-Reverse
10 k Ohms
C0166-3
SW2
C0166-2
SW1
C0166-6
VIGN/X
GND
Primary PCM
C0634-28G
REV TT (O)
OY,0.5
C2244-21
SPL1-DIMOUT/CA P8,10,71
ORIGIN P10
C0634-45G
UG,0.5 C2244-22
PARK TT (O)
PRND1 (I)
PRND2 (I)
OY,0.5
C0467-21
OU,0.5
C0231-19
UG,0.5
C0467-22
C0634-4G
UR,0.5
C2244-15
UR,0.5
C0634-29G
GB,0.5
C2245-17
UG,0.5
OU,0.5
TELLTALE
OY,0.5
C0166-5
TT
OU,0.5
C0166-4
LOCATE ILLUMINATION
BA ILL.
SPL1-BA.ILL/FA
P8,9,32,63,71
C0166-1
4.7 k Ohms
560 Ohms
Interface-Auto Switches
PRND2 (O)
PRND1 (O)
VIGN. (I)
2 STAGE ILL. (I)
BVREF (I)
SIGRTN (I)
PARK TT/X (O)
PARK SW2 (I)
PARK SW1 (I)
PARK SIG RTN (I)
C2737-22
UG,0.5
C1184-19
UG,0.5
C2737-21
UR,0.5
C0223-12
UR,0.5
C2737-17
WP,0.5
C2737-18
Y,0.5
C2737-19
YR,0.75
C2737-20
BP,0.5
C2737-11
Switch-Park
LOCATE ILLUMINATION
OU,0.5
C2736-4
BA ILL.
UG,0.5
C2736-5
TT
WP,0.5
WP,0.5
C2736-6
VIGN/X
C2737-10
RW,0.5
RW,0.5
C2736-3
SW2
C2737-9
RB,0.5
RB,0.5
C2736-2
C2737-12
B,0.5
C0231-13
BP,0.5
560 Ohms
TELLTALE
10 k Ohms
C2736-1
4.7 k Ohms
SW1
Switch-Neutral
YW,0.5
C2359-3
SW2
YB,0.5
C2359-2
SW1
Origin P 71
OU,0.5
C2359-4 BA. ILL
SPL1-BA.ILL/FA
P8,9,32,63,71
WP,0.5
C2359-6
GND
B,0.5
10 k Ohms
GND C2359-1
Interface-Auto Switches
NEUT SIG RTN
NEUT SW2 (I)
NEUT SW1 (I)
NEUT TT/X (O)
DRIVE SIG RTN
DRIVE SW2 (I)
DRIVE SW1 (I)
DRIVE TT/X (O)
C2737-1
B,0.5
C2737-3
YW,0.5
C2737-2
YB,0.5
C2737-4
WP,0.5
C2737-16
B,0.5
C2737-14
UW,0.5
C2737-13
UB,0.5
C2737-15
WP,0.5
560 Ohms
VIGN/X
TELLTALE
UW,0.5
C2735-3 SW2
10 k Ohms
UB,0.5
C2735-2 SW1
4.7 k Ohms
TT C2359-5
OU,0.5
C2735-4 BA ILL.
B,0.5
GND C2735-1
LOCATE ILLUMINATION
C2735-6
C0634-17G
YW,0.5
C2244-16 YW,0.5
560 Ohms
VIGN/X
C1167-1
YW,0.5
C2735-5
TT
C0634-32G
UY,0.5
C2244-14
RW,0.5
C0047-14 RW,0.5
C0634-20G
R,0.5
C2244-9
R,0.5
Primary PCM
DRIVE TT (O)
LOCATE ILLUMINATION
Switch-Drive
SPL1-BA.ILL/FA
P8,9,32,63,71
NEUTRAL TT (O)
4.7 k Ohms
WP,0.5
C0467-6
TELLTALE
R,0.5
Figure 1. Park, Reverse, Neutral, Drive Switch Circuits
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April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0812, P081C, P081D, P0853
Fault Code Definition
P0812 Park Switch stuck
P081C Reverse Switch stuck.
P081D Neutral Switch stuck
P0853 Drive Switch stuck
P0812, P081C, P081D, P0853 Fault Analysis
Note: These fault codes will be logged if the relevant
switch has been actuated continuously for more than
30 seconds.
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that either P0812,
P081C, P081D or P0853 is logged.
2.
Check the relevant button for jamming or for
incorect operation.
If there is evidence of incorrect operation, advise
the driver on the cause of the problem. Clear the
fault code and have the driver test the vehicle for
correct operation.
If the button shows any sign of jamming, service
the button as necessary. Clear the fault code and
test the button for correct operation to ensure that
the problem is resolved.
April 2004
2-187
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0815, P0816
P0815, P0816 - Paddle Circuit Fault
Primary PCM
DRIVE TT
Switch-Touchtronic (Paddles)
NEUTRAL TT
TIP DOWN
BVREF
TIP UP
PARKST
C0634-20G
R,0.5
C0634-40G
Y,0.5
C0634-19G
G,0.5
C2244-9
R,0.5
C0467-6
R,0.5
R,0.5
C0410-3
C2244-10
YR,0.5
C0467-7
YR,0.5
YR,0.5
C0410-4
C2244-12
G,0.5
C0467-9
G,0.5 SPL32-BVREF/FA
G,0.5
C0410-1
TIP DOWN
Y,0.5
SPL26-BVREF/EN
BVREF
TIP UP
C0634-43G
RU,0.5
C2243-22
RU,0.5
RU,0.5
SPL12-KOI/CA
Transmission Control Module
RU,0.5
C0117-6
RU,0.5 C0747-9
RU,0.5
C0932-10
P-SIGNAL
Figure 1. Up / Down Circuit
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April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0815, P0816
Fault Code Definition
P0815 Up switch circuit fault
P0816 Down switch circuit fault
Note: These faults are logged by the PCM when a
P0826 fault is logged in the TCM. Treat P0815, P0816
and P0826 as a single problem
P0815, P0816 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P0815 or
P0816 is logged. Clear the logged fault code.
2.
Clear the logged fault code.
3.
Start the engine and, whilst stationary, engage
each gear in turn using the shift paddles.
If all gears engage correctly, go to step 4.
If gears do not change correctly, go to step 5.
4.
Run a road test in Touchtronic mode. Drive a
route requiring many gearshifts over the complete
gear range.
If all gearshifts are completed, the fault is not
present at this time and testing is complete.
If any gearshift is delayed or if the requested gearshift does not occur, go to step 5.
5.
Set WDS to monitor the TIP UP and TIP DOWN
signals. Operate the shift paddles repeatedly and
check that the signals respond to paddle movements.
If both signals respond to paddle actuations, the
fault is not present at this time and testing is complete.
If either signal does not respond, troubleshoot the
paddle switch to PCM circuit and service as necessary. On completion of the servicing, repeat the
signal check to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
Note:
The Tip Up and Tip Down switches may also be
checked by connecting the breakout box to the
primary PCM and measuring voltage from
April 2004
2-189
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0826
P0826 - Up and Down Switch Input Circuit
Primary PCM
DRIVE TT
Switch-Touchtronic (Paddles)
NEUTRAL TT
TIP DOWN
BVREF
TIP UP
PARKST
C0634-20G
R,0.5
C0634-40G
Y,0.5
C0634-19G
G,0.5
C2244-9
R,0.5
C0467-6
R,0.5
R,0.5
C0410-3
C2244-10
YR,0.5
C0467-7
YR,0.5
YR,0.5
C0410-4
C2244-12
G,0.5
C0467-9
G,0.5 SPL32-BVREF/FA
G,0.5
C0410-1
TIP DOWN
Y,0.5
SPL26-BVREF/EN
BVREF
TIP UP
C0634-43G
RU,0.5
C2243-22
RU,0.5
RU,0.5
SPL12-KOI/CA
Transmission Control Module
RU,0.5
C0117-6
RU,0.5 C0747-9
RU,0.5
C0932-10
P-SIGNAL
Figure 1. Up / Down Circuit
2-190
April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0826
Fault Code Definition
P0826 Up and Down Switch input circuit
Note: This fault is logged by the TCM and passed to the
PCM where P0815 and P0816 will also be logged.
Treat P0815, P0816 and P0826 as a single problem
P0826 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P0826 is
logged.
2.
Clear the logged fault code.
3.
Start the engine and, whilst stationary, engage
each gear in turn using the shift paddles.
If all gears engage correctly, go to step 4.
If gears do not change correctly, go to step 5.
4.
Run a road test in Touchtronic mode. Drive a
route requiring many gearshifts over the complete
gear range.
If all gearshifts are completed, the fault is not
present at this time and testing is complete.
If any gearshift is delayed or if the requested gearshift does not occur, go to step 5.
5.
Set WDS to monitor the TIP UP and TIP DOWN
signals. Operate the shift paddles repeatedly and
check that the signals respond to paddle movements.
If both signals respond to paddle actuations, the
fault is not present at this time and testing is complete.
If either signal does not respond, troubleshoot the
paddle switch to PCM circuit and service as necessary. On completion of the servicing, repeat the
signal check to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
April 2004
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2-192
C2608-1 VBATT
DIODE 6
25.0 Amps
F15
560 Ohms
Relay 9
C0578-4
C0576-4
C0579-10
C0574-4
C0574-5
WN,0.5
WR,3.0
W,0.5
RG,0.5
SPL50START/EN
P57,70
C2411-11 W,0.5
RG,0.5 C2410-5
RU,0.5 C2409-27 RU,0.5
C0574-2
RG,0.5
RG,0.5 C2411-12 RG,0.5
C0231-7
B
SPL12KOI/CA
P9,70
C0231-8
C1167-6
C0574-3
A
GW,0.5
GO,2.5
RO,0.35 C0467-2
GW,0.5
GO,2.5
R,0.35
20.0 Amps
C0586-9
C0582-13
C0580-30
C0580-17
C0580-15
INTERIOR
LIGHTS
1
F86
5.0 Amps
IGN. OUT
F52
5.0 Amps
WN,0.5
C0635-2G
Starter Motor
GND
C0667-1
Switch-Clutch Bottom Of Travel
SPL19-SRTN/EN
C2242-15 GW,0.5 C0667-2
P6,65,68,70
GW,0.5
C0635-39G
Earth via
fixings (E110)
UW,0.5 C2242-14 UW,0.5
C1491-3
Switch-Clutch Top Of Travel
C0467-16
390
RED
Ohms 'Push to Start'
C2242-13 GY,0.5 C1491-2
C2242-17 U,0.5
100 Ohms
WHITE
SPL25-INT/FA
P49,70
C2453-6
C2453-1
UW,0.5
UW,0.5
'Push to Start' Illumination
330
Ohms
UW,0.5
GY,0.5
U,0.5
C2453-3
C2453-5
SB,0.75 C2453-4
B
A
Switch-Start Button
BU,0.5
Background Illumumination
C0635-41G
C0635-29G
C0635-38G
C2453-7
C0586-3 OU,0.75 C0223-6 OU,0.75 C2453-2
BG,0.5
SPL54-INT/CA
P49,70
C0584-20 BG,0.5 C0223-8
C0585-3 BU,0.5
CRANK POS (I) C0580-42 SB,0.75 C0223-7
SOLENOID
STRT_EN (O)
CSBT (I)
SIGRTNB
CSTT (I)
PBI (O)
Primary PCM
C0179-1
CRANK (O)
1
INTERIOR
LAMPS
INTERIOR LIGHT
RELAY (R1)
F81
KEY OUT INHIBIT (I)
ACC. IN (I)
IGN. IN (I)
KEY IN (I)
C0580-28 PWR GND
C0584-21
C0229-11
SPL5-SRTN/CA
U,0.5
RES20
1.50 k Ohms
RES 18
Relay 11
GW,0.5
C0028-6
C0028-2
C0028-3 RG,0.5
C0028-7
C0028-1
C0028-5
R,2.5
Sheet 56
C1167-5
BU,0.5
BU,0.5
Sheet 57
Switch-Ignition
Underbonnet Fusebox
KIS
PARK
KEY OUT
IGN.
ACC.
START
KEY IN WARN.
C0028-4
R,2.5
Central Electronic Module
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0830, P0833
P0830, P0833 - Clutch Switch Malfunction
Figure 1. Start Enable Circuit (Manual Transmission)
April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0830, P0833
Fault Code Definition
P0830 - Clutch Pedal switch A circuit (Top of
clutch travel)
P0833 - Clutch Pedal switch B circuit (Bottom of
clutch travel).
Note: These fault codes occur on manual transmission
cars only.
P0830, P0833 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P0830 or
P0833 is logged. Clear the logged fault code.
2.
Set datalogger to monitor the clutch signals CSTT
and CSBT.
3.
Press and release the clutch pedal several times
(Move the pedal maximum up to maximum
down) and monitor the changes in signal level.
If the clutch signal changes accurately follow
clutch pedal movements, go to step 4.
If either signal does not follow pedal movement,
service the relevant wiring as necessary. Repeat
the clutch pedal movement test to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
4.
Set the gearshift to neutral. Attempt to start the
engine without pressing the clutch pedal. Then
press the clutch pedal and attempt to start the
engine.
If the engine only starts with the clutch pedal
pressed, the start enable function is operating correctly. Repeat the test several times to ensure that
the vehicle is completely safe and that the problem is resolved.
If the engine starts without pressing the clutch,
check for other relevant fault codes and analyse
the problem to ensure that underbonnet relay 9 is
only energised with the ignition on, the clutch
pressed and the start button pressed.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0850
P0850 - Parklock Sensor Fault
Primary PCM
DRIVE TT (O)
NEUTRAL TT (O)
TIP DOWN (I)
BVREFC
Module-Automatic Transmission
TIP UP (I)
PARKST (I)
C0634-43G
RU,0.5
C2243-22
C0117-6
RU,0.5
C0747-9
RU,0.5 C0932-10
P-SIGNAL
SPL12-KOI/CA P9,70
Boot Fusebox
R,1.0
Sheet 57 C2609-1 VBATT
F12
C2013-7
R,1.0
20.0 Amps
Sheet 57 C2010-9
VIGN
F15
C2012-7
5.0 Amps
C2010-8
GND
Earth
B,1.0
GY,1.0
R,1.0
SPL5-CAP/AU
R,1.0
C2696-1
RELAY 4
C0747-6
C0932-14
VBATT
B,1.0
C1323-1
C1323-2
C0747-12 B,1.0
B,1.0
Capacitor
SPL6-CAP/AU
GY,1.0 C0747-5 GY,1.0
C0932-16
GROUND
C0932-9
VIGN
Sheet 57
C2695-1
Earth
B,1.0
C0747-11 B,1.0
SPL4-GND/AU
P9,30,38
B,1.0
C0932-13
GROUND
Figure 1. Parklock Status Circuit
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April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0850
Fault Code Definition
P0850 - Parklock sensor fault
P0850 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P0850 is
logged. Clear the logged fault code.
2.
Set datalogger to monitor the parklock status signal. Switch on the ignition. Select and deselect
Park several times. The PARKST signal should follow the changes in Park status.
If the signal does correctly follow changes in Park
status, repeat the test again to ensure that the
problem is no longer present.
If the signal does not change status, go to step 3.
3.
Check the emergency park release lever is in the
released position. Also check the emergency
release cable for jamming, stiff operation, etc.
If the emergency park release system operation is
suspect, Service the lever and cable as necessary.
Clear the P0850 code and retest to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
If the emergency park release system is operating
correctly, change the mechatronic unit. Clear the
P0850 code and retest to ensure that the problem
is resolved.
If the P0850 code is logged agan, contact Aston
Martin Technical Support.
April 2004
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0860, P0861, P0862
P0860, P0861, P0862 - Transmission Module to PCM Heartbeat Signal Fault
Primary PCM
PARKST (I)
Module-Automatic Transmission
C0634-43G
C2243-22
RU,0.5
RU,0.5
C0117-6
RU,0.5 C0747-9
RU,0.5
C0932-10
P-SIGNAL
SPL12-KOI/CA P9,70
Interface-Auto Switches
ENGOFF (I)
C0634-38G
C2244-13 C1167-4 C2737-23
U,0.5
C2737-25
OPT. OP(I)
ENGOFF (O)
C2737-24
UDRMV (I)
C0047-22
C0117-7
C0747-7
YU,0.5
C0932-11
C0229-3
C0117-8
C0747-10 UY,0.5
C0932-7
OPT. OUTPUT
UDRMV
C0932-14
VBATT
C0932-16
GROUND
C0932-9
VIGN
C0932-13
GROUND
Figure 1. Heartbeat Signal Circuit
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April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0860, P0861, P0862
Fault Code Definition
P0860 - TCM to PCM heartbeat signal open circuit.
P0861 - TCM to PCM heartbeat signal short to
ground.
P0862 - TCM to PCM heartbeat signal short to
supply.
P0860, P0861. P0862 Fault Analysis
Note: The Heartbeat signal is a square wave signal
switching between 0 and 5 VDC at 10Hz.
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P0860,
P0861 or P0862 is logged. Clear the logged fault
code.
2.
Access the transmission connector C0932. Measure the resistance from harness connector C093211 to C0932-7. The resistance should be 1.4 KΩ.
If 1.4 kΩ is measured, go to step 3.
If significantly more than 1.4 kΩ is measured,
service the high resistance or open circuit from
C0932 to the Interface-Auto Switches unit.
Reconnect all components. Clear the fault code.
Retest to ensure that the problem is resolved.
3.
With the ignition on, measure the voltage from
C0932-11 to ground.
If the voltage at pin C0932-11 is 0 volts, go to
step 4.
If the voltage is significantly above 0volts, service
the short circuit to supply. Retest by running a
KOEO test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
4.
Measure the resistance from pin C0932-11 to
ground.
If the reistance is high, no short to ground is
present and testing is complete.
If the resistance is low, service the short circuit to
ground on this line. reconnect all components
and retest to ensure that the problem is resolved.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0863
P0863 - Serial Backup Line Timeout
Module-Automatic Transmission
Primary PCM
ISO-K (I)
C0635-3G
OP,0.5
C2245-14
OP,0.5
C0117-5
OP,0.5 C0747-8
OP,0.5
C0932-1
SER
Figure 1. Serial Backup Line Circuit
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0863
Fault Code Definition
P0863 Serial backup line timeout (PRND)
P0863 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P0863 is
logged. Clear the logged fault code.
2.
Check continuity from transmission connector
C0932-1 to Primary PCM connector C0635-3.
If continuity is poor, service the circuit as necessary. Reconnect all components and run a KOEO
test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
If continuity is good, Check for votage and then
resistance from C0635-3 to ground.
If any short to supply or to ground is detected,
service the circuit as necessary and run a KOEO
test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
If P0863 is logged again, consult Aston Martin
Technical Support.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0961, P0972, P0975, P0978, P0981, P2762
P0961, P0972, P0975, P0978, P0981, P2762 - Transmission Pressure Regulator Fault
Electronic Module
Hydraulic Module
Output Speed Sensor
Gearbox Temperature Sensor
Turbine Speed Sensor
Suction Port
Discharge Port
Solenoid Valve 2
Position Switch
Figure 1. Mechatronic Unit
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April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0961, P0972, P0975, P0978, P0981, P2762
Fault Code Definition
P0961, P0972, P0975, P0978, P0981, P2762
Pressure Regulator current too high or too low.
P0961, P0972, P0975, P0978, P0981 and P2762
Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that one of the
above codes is logged.
2.
Clear the logged DTCs.
3.
Run a short road test and then check the logged
DTCs again.
4.
If any of the above DTCs are logged again,
replace the mechatronic unit. and run a brief
road test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0963, P0974, P0977, P0980, P0983, P2763
P0963, P0974, P0977, P0980, P0983, P2763 - Transmission Pressure Regulator Fault
Electronic Module
Hydraulic Module
Output Speed Sensor
Gearbox Temperature Sensor
Turbine Speed Sensor
Suction Port
Discharge Port
Solenoid Valve 2
Position Switch
Figure 1. Transmission Pressure Regulators
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April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0963, P0974, P0977, P0980, P0983, P2763
Fault Code Definition
P0963, P0974, P0977, P0980, P0983, P2763.
Pressure Regulator short to supply.
P0963, P0974, P0977, P0980, P0983 and P2763
Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that one of the
above codes is logged.
2.
Clear the logged DTCs.
3.
Run a short road test and then check the logged
DTCs again.
4.
If any of the above DTCs are logged again,
replace the mechatronic unit. and run a brief
road test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0985, P0998
P0985, P0998. - Transmission Solenoid Fault
Electronic Module
Hydraulic Module
Output Speed Sensor
Gearbox Temperature Sensor
Turbine Speed Sensor
Suction Port
Discharge Port
Solenoid Valve 2
Position Switch
Figure 1. Mechatronic Unit
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0985, P0998
Fault Code Definition
P0985 - Shift solenoid MV1 short to ground.
P0998 - Shift solenoid MV2 short to ground.
P0985, P0998 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that one of the
above codes is logged.
2.
Key off. Access the transmission harness and disconnect the transmisison connector.
3.
Key on. Check the voltage from harness connector C0932-9 to C0932-13 and 16.
If +12 volts is measured, go to step 4.
If the +12 volt supply is below specification, service the wiring to C0932-9 as necessary. Reconnect all components and run a brief road test to
ensure that the problem is resolved.
4.
Check the condition of the transmission connector socket pin C0932-14.
If the socket is serviceable, the cause of the shift
solenoid problem lies in the mechatronic unit.
Replace the mechatronic unit and run a brief
road test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0986, P0999
P0986, P0999 - Transmission Solenoid Fault
Electronic Module
Hydraulic Module
Output Speed Sensor
Gearbox Temperature
Sensor
Turbine Speed Sensor
Suction Port
Discharge Port
Solenoid Valve 2
Position Switch
Figure 1. Transmission Pressure Regulators
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April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P0986, P0999
Fault Code Definition
P0986 - Shift solenoid MV1 short to supply.
P0999 - Shift solenoid MV2 short to supply.
P0986, P0999 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that one of the
above codes is logged.
2.
Clear the logged DTCs.
3.
Run a short road test and then check the logged
DTCs again.
4.
If any of the above DTCs are logged again,
replace the mechatronic unit. and run a brief
road test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1000
P1000 - Fault Code Definition
P1000 - All of the OBDII monitors have not yet
been successfully tested.
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp.
P1000 Fault Analysis
4.
Monitor the engine coolant temperature. If the
ECT reading was greater than 180°F (82°C), this is
not the cause of the uncleared P1000. Complete
a full OBDII drive cycle to reset the code.
If the ECT reading does not indicate more than
180°F (82°C) for a fully warmed up engine, analyse the ECT problem using the procedure in
P0117 analysis.
Run the OBDII drive cycle to clear the P1000
code.
A P1000 code will be set by the PCM with any of
the following conditions:
• The vehicle is new from the factory and has not
yet been through a complete OBDII drive cycle.
• The vehicle has not yet been through a complete
OBDII drive cycle after the battery or the PCM
has been disconnected.
• An OBDII monitor fault has occurred before completion of the drive cycle.
• The PCM DTCs have been erased with the WDS
or scan tool as part of the normal repair process
P1000 may not be removed from the PCM memory by a normal PCM reset.
Note: The only way a DTC P1000 can be removed
from memory is when all the OBDII monitors have successfully completed during normal vehicle operation.
1.
Were any other DTCs detected with P1000?
If other codes are present, analyse and correct the
other codes first. Complete an OBDII drive cycle
and return to step 2 if the P1000 code is not
cleared.
2.
If the P1000 code is not cleared by an OBDII
drive cycle, Check the VSS and ECT signals:
Connect the WDS for a road test and set up to
monitor the VSS signal and the Engine Coolant
Temperature signal at the PCM.
Drive the vehicle long enough to achieve the
highest engine operating temperature. Monitor
the VSS and ECT signals during this road test.
3.
If the VSS signal indicated actual road speed, this
was not the cause of the P1000. Go to step 4.
If the VSS signal does not indicate actual road
speed, analyse the VSS problem using the procedure in P0720 analysis.
Run the OBDII drive cycle to clear the P1000
code.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1001
P1001 - Fault Code Definition
If a KOER self test can be activated, the logged
DTC is not listed for this vehicle. Check that the
correct PCM is installed. Also check for any service bulletins indicating a PCM change. Service as
necessary.
P1001 - Key On Engine Running (KOER) self test
not able to complete.
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp.
If a KOER self test cannot be activated, go to step
5.
5.
P1001 Fault Analysis
This code will be logged if any of the following
conditions exist during a KOER test.
• The PCM is unable to access continuous memory
DTCs.
• The PCM is unable to activate a KOEO test.
• The PCM is unable to initiate a KOER test.
• There is a WDS or scan tool communication
problem.
• The DTC displayed on the WDS or scan tool is
not listed.
• Fuel control system
• Vehicle speed sensor circuits
• Mass air flow system
If no relevant DTCs are present, go to step 6.
If any DTCs relevant to the above systems are
present, resolve all relevant problems using the
fault analysis procedures in this manual. Run the
KOER Test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
6.
Note: The only way a DTC P1001 can be removed
from memory is when all the OBDII monitors have successfully completed during normal vehicle operation.
1.
Check the 12 volt return line at the diagnostic
socket:
Measure BVREF at the throttle body harness connector C1589-7 reference chassis ground.
Repeat the B+ 12 volt check from the diagnostic
connector pin 16 measured to diagnostic connector pins 4 and 5 (Ground).
If BVREF is in the range 4.5 - 5.5 volts, go to step
2.
If the 12 volt supply and return lines are good, go
to step 7.
If BVREF is outside the range 4.5 - 5.5 volts,
check if P0562 or P0563 is logged. Service the +5
volt supply as necessary. Run a KOER test toensure that the problem is resolved.
Can continuous memory DTCs be accessed?
If continuous memory DTCs can be accessed, go
to step 3.
If continuous memory DTCs cannot be accessed,
go to step 6.
3.
Can a KOEO self test be activated?
If a KOEO self test can be activated, go to step 4.
If a KOEO self test cannot be activated, go to step
5.
4.
Check the 12 volt supply line at the diagnostic
socket:
Check for B+ 12 volt supply on the diagnostic
connector pin 16 measured to the battery negative terminal.
Check that BVREF is in range:
Key off. Disconnect the throttle body connector.
Key on.
2.
Record all logged DTCs. If failures are present in
any of the following systems, this could cause the
P1001 code:
If either the 12 volt supply or the 12 volt return
lines are faulty, service as necessary. Run the
KOER Test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
7.
Check the communications line from the diagnostic socket to the PCM:
Check continuity from OBD II Powertrain socket
pin 6 to pin 14. If any continuity problem is identified, service the CAN bus as necessary and
retest to ensure that the problem is resolved.
If no continuity problem is identified, replace the
PCM and run the KOER test to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
Can a KOER self test be activated?
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1101
P1101 - Mass Airflow Sensor
MAF/IAT Sensor
Figure 1. MAFS Location
Underbonnet Fusebox
Sensor-Mass Air Flow (7-12)
RELAY 5
F9
C0578-2
20.0 Amps
NY,0.5
C2275-5 C2370-6G
SPL5-VIGN/EN
VPWR
SIGRTN
NY,0.5
IAT
Secondary PCM
C2370-2G
UB,0.5 C2275-1
SPL6-SRTN/EN
BP,0.5
C2464-41G
C2370-1G
UY,0.5 C2275-2
UY,0.5
C2464-13G
C2370-4G
UG,0.5 C2275-3
UG,0.5
C0637-10G
C2370-3G
UR,0.5 C2275-4
UR,0.5
C0637-9G
SIGRTNA
IAT
DIODE 5
RELAY 3
Sheet 61 C2608-1
VBATT
C0579-8
VIGN
Sheet 61 C0574-6
GND
MAFRTN
F13
C0552-1 C2370-5G
C0577-6
Earth-MAF
Sensor B
20.0 Amps
NY,0.5
Sensor-Mass Air Flow (1-6)
C2275-10 C0149-6G
C2409-1
SPL2-VIGN/EN
MAF
MAF+
B,0.5
NY,0.5
DIODE 4
GND
MAF-
VPWR
SIGRTN
NY,0.5
IAT
Primary PCM
C2275-6
SPL13-SRTN/EN
BP,0.5
C0636-41G
C0149-2G
BP,0.5
C0149-1G
SW,0.5 C2275-7
SW,0.5
C0636-13G
C0149-4G
UG,0.5 C2275-8
UG,0.5
C0634-10G
C0149-3G
UR,0.5 C2275-9
UR,0.5
C0634-9G
SIGRTNA
IAT
Central Electronic
Module
C0584-39
IGN. OUT
F54
MAFRTN
C0551-1 C0149-5G
10.0 Amps
Earth-MAF
Sensor A
GND
MAF
MAFMAF+
B,0.5
Figure 2. MAFS - PCM Interface Circuit
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April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1101
Fault Code Definition
5.
P1101 - The MAF sensor signal went above 2.0
volts during a KOER test.
If no circuit fault is identified, replace the MAF
sensor, clear the P1101 code and retest to ensure
that the problem is resolved.
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp.
If a circuit fault is identified, service the affected
circuit as necessary. Clear the P1101 code and
retest to ensure that the problem is resolved.
P1101 Fault Analysis
Note: DTC P1101 could be generated by a low charge
battery. Check the battery condition and service if necessary.
CAUTION: This code may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary Powertrain Control Module
(PCM). Check that you are working on the correct
half of the engine.
Ignition off. Check for short circuit from +12V
power circuits KAPWR, VBatt, VIGN, BVREF to
primary PCM pin C0634-9 or secondary PCM pin
C0637-9.
6.
Key off. Disconnect the PCM and inspect the connector for loose, damaged pins. Service as necessary.
Connect the PCM break-out box. Reconnect the
PCM. Connect a multimeter between the following pins:
1.
Connect the WDS or Scan Tool. Check that fault
code P1101 is present
PCM
MAF
Signal
Signal
Return
2.
Check the air filter for correct fitting. Check all
ducting for blockage or leaks (including the
crankcase ventilation system). Service or repair as
necessary.
Primary
EM-A/31
EM-A/38
Secondary
EM-A/31
EM-A/38
3.
Check the MAF sensor and PCM connectors for
damaged pins, poor connection, etc.
If no fault is detected, go to step 4.
If any fault is detected, service as necessary. Reset
the PCM and run a KOER test to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
4.
Key on engine running. Using the datalogger,
read the MAF signal level with the engine at idle.
Increase engine speed to 1500-2000 and allow it
to return to idle.
Key on engine running. Shake, bend sections of
the harness from the MAF sensor to the PCM
whilst monitoring the MAF signal level.
If the MAF signal level goes outside the range
0.39 - 1.90 volts at idle, isolate and repair the
harness fault. Reconnect all components. Reset
the PCM and run the KOER test to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
If the MAF signal level remains in the range 0.39 1.90 volts at idle, unable to reproduce the fault at
this time.
If the signal level remains inside the range 0.39 1.90 volts at idle, go to step 6.
If the signal level goes outside the range 0.39 1.90 volts at idle, go to step 5.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1116
P1116 - Engine Coolant Temperature
Figure 1. Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor Location
Primary PCM
BP,0.5
C0636-41G
GB,0.5
C0636-33G
SIGRTN
Sensor-Engine Coolant Temp
BP,0.5
C0169-2G
C0169-1G
ECT
SPL13-SRTN/EN
Figure 2. ECT - PCM Interface Circuit
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1116
Fault Code Definition
P1116 - The ECT sensor signal was out of self test
range (0.3 - 3.7 volts) during KOEO or KOER tests.
If any wiring problem is found, repair the wiring
as necessary.
4.
MIL Status
Key off, disconnect the ECT sensor, key on. Measure the voltage across the ECT sensor connector.
Approximately 5.0 volts should be present. If not,
there is an open circuit in the line from PCM pin
C0636-33 or in the signal return line to PCM pin
C0636-41.
This code will not light the MIL lamp.
P1116 Fault Analysis
The engine coolant temperature must be above
10°C to pass the KOEO test and above 82°C to
pass the KOER test.
CAUTION: The single Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor inputs analogue data to the primary
PCM. The primary sends raw ECT counts to the
secondary PCM over the CAN bus. If P1116 is
logged in both PCMs, diagnose the sensor and
circuit. If P1116 is logged in the secondary PCM
only, the fault is in the secondary PCM or CAN
bus.
1.
Connect the WDS or scan tool and check for
P1116 code in both PCMs. If P1116 is present
only in the secondary PCM, go to step 6.
If only P1116 is present, Check that the engine is
fully warmed up (above 82°C). If below 82°C,
warm up the engine and rerun the KOER test. If
P1116 is not logged again, the fault was caused
by low coolant temperature and is now cleared.
If P1116 is logged again, go to step 2.
2.
3.
Connect the break-out box to the primary PCM.
Run the engine and read the voltage of the ECT
signal. The voltage should be below 0.7 volts with
the engine fully warmed up i.e. above 82°C (see
ECT sensor table).
For intermittent low voltage readings, suspect a
short circuit of the ECT sensor signal (nominal
5.0V supply from PCM pin C0636-33) to signal
return (PCM pin C0636-41).
Key off. Shake, wiggle and tap the sensor and circuits during the following test to simulate road
shock.
Check for short circuit between the lines from
PCM pin C0636-33 to the ECT sensor and from
the ECT sensor to PCM pin C0636-41. Also check
for short circuit to ground on the line from PCM
pin C0636-33 to the ECT sensor.
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For intermittent high voltage readings, (above
3.50 volts) suspect an open circuit in the sensor
wiring or internally within the sensor.
If approximately 5.0 volts is present, check the
resistance of the ECT sensor. Consult the table of
ECT sensor values, the resistance should be
within 5% of the values in the table. If resistance
is very high or infinite, change the ECT sensor.
5.
Clear the P1116 code, run the KOER test to
ensure that the problem is solved.
6.
Using the datalogger, check for CAN bus fault
codes in both PCMs. Also note the ECT value in
both PCMs.
If the secondary ECT value is suspect and there
are CAN faults, rectify the CAN faults first. Reset
the PCMs and then return to this procedure if
P1116 recurs.
If the secondary ECT value is suspect and there
are no other CAN related symptoms, replace the
PCMS and run a KOER test to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
Table of ECT Sensor Values
Temperature
°F
248
230
212
194
176
158
140
122
104
86
68
50
°C
120
110
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
Voltage
Volts
0.27
0.35
0.46
0.60
0.78
1.02
1.33
1.70
2.13
2.60
3.07
3.51
Resistance
K Ohms
1.18
1.55
2.07
2.80
3.84
5.37
7.70
10.97
16.15
24.27
37.30
58.75
2-213
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1127
P1127 - Heated Oxygen Sensors
Heated Oxygen Sensor 1-1
Heated Oxygen Sensor 2-2
Heated Oxygen Sensor 2-1
Heated Oxygen Sensor 1-2
Figure 1. HO2S Location
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April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1127
Fault Code Definition
P1127 - Exhaust not warm enough, downstream
oxygen sensors not tested.
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp.
P1127 Fault Analysis
Note: During engine warm-up at idle speed with the
vehicle stationary, the rear oxygen sensors may not
reach operating temperature. If this is suspected, run
the vehicle on the road through a vigorous series of
acceleration cycles to fully warm up the exhaust and
then repeat the KOER test sequence.
CAUTION: This code may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary Powertrain Control Module
(PCM). Check that you are working on the correct
half of the engine.
1.
Connect the WDS or scan tool. Key on.
2.
Run the engine and monitor the oxygen sensor
heaters. The heaters will be commanded to come
on and remain on when the engine is warm.
When the engine is fully warmed up and all
HO2S heaters are commanded on, run the KOER
test to ensure that there is not a problem.
If the HO2S heaters are commanded on and erroneous oxygen readings occur, analyse the problem using the P code procedure for the suspect
sensor.
April 2004
2-215
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P115C
P115C - Disable Driver Interface
D
D
N
R
N
R
P
P
Figure 1. The Driver Interface
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April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P115C
Fault Code Definition
P115C - Disable driver interface. triggered.
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp.
P115C Fault Analysis
Note: This code indicates that the transmission has
detected a fault and as a result has requested that the
engine be shut down.
The driver may report that the engine has appeared to
stall.
1.
Connect the WDS. Read and note all logged PCM
and TCM DTCs. Confirm that P115C is logged.
Clear all fault codes.
2.
Resolve all other faults and then retest the vehicle. If P115C is logged again, contact Aston Martin Technical Support.
April 2004
2-217
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1233/35/37
P1233/35/37 Fuel Pump Drive Module
Figure 1. Fuel Pump Drive Module Location
Boot Fusebox
RELAY 1
Module-FPDM B (7-12)
Sheet 61 C2609-1 VBATT
F8
C2011-1
20.0 Amps C2011-9
RELAY 2
GW,2.0
C2369-5
SPL82-TRACK/CA
OG,1.0
VIGN
MFP
FPM
C2011-3
RW,2.0
C0607-6
20.0 Amps C2011-10 OG,1.0
GND
GW,2.0
DIODE 2
F9
Sheet 61 C2010-8
GW,2.0 C0607-5
C1187-1
G,20
C2369-1
C1187-2
B,20
C2369-2
C2369-3
UG,0.5
C2242-5
UG,0.5 C0638-12G
C2369-4
GU,0.5
C2242-6
GU,0.5 C0638-21G
Secondary PCM
PUMP+
PUMPC2369-6
DIODE 1
MFP (PWM)
FPM (DIAG)
GND
B,2.0
B,2.5
C2727-1
Earth-FPDMs
SPL56-GND/CA
See Power Distribution
Central Electronic
Module
FUEL PUMP
RELAY (R15)
FUEL PUMP SUPP. C0584-16
OG,1.0
C0608-5
C0587-7
BW,0.5
SPL5-VFPRLY/BT
C1187-5
C0587-5
RW,0.5
C1187-6
F74
2
FUEL LVL RTN
15.0 Amps
FUEL PUMP
FUEL LVL SIG
OG,1.0
FUEL PUMP FEEDBACK
Fuel Tank
Fuel Pump-B (RH)
+
C0205-1
MOTOR
Sensor-Fuel Level
C2303-1
C0115-5
C0114-5
RW,0.5
C2303-4
C0115-2
C0114-2
BW,0.5
C0115-3
C0114-3
G,20
C0115-6
C0114-6
B,20
C0205-2
-
Module-FPDM A (1-6)
FPM
Fuel Pump-A (LH)
MFP
RW,2.0
MOTOR
C2203-5
C0204-2
C0115-4
C0114-4
B,20
C1187-3
B,20
C2203-2
C0204-1
C0115-1
C0114-1
R,20
C1187-4
R,20
C2203-1
+
Earth-Fuel Tank
C2899-1
B,2.0
C2934-1
Earth-Body
C2203-4
RU,0.5
C2242-8
RU,0.5 C0635-21G
C2203-3
UR,0.5
C2242-7
UR,0.5 C0635-12G
VIGN
FPM (DIAG)
MFP (PWM)
Primary PCM
PUMPPUMP+
GND
C2203-6
B,2.0
B,2.5
SPL56-GND/CA
C2727-1
Earth-FPDMs
Figure 2. Fuel Pump Drive Module Circuit
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April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1233/35/37
Fault Code Description
P1233 - No FPM signal pump module to PCM
P1235 - No monitor signal FPM to PCM
a KOER test to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
If P1233/35 are still logged, call Aston Martin
Technical Services.
P1237 - Pump or pump wiring fault
MIL Status
Codes P1233 and P1235 will light the MIL lamp.
Code P1237 will not light the MIL lamp.
P1233/35/37 Fault Analysis
Note: On the circuit diagrams, MPF is the pulse width
modulated signal which drives the fuel pumps. FPM is
the Fuel Pump Monitor diagnostic signal.
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that either P1233/
35 or 1237 is logged. Note and clear all logged
codes.
2.
Swap the FPDM connectors side to side. Run a
KOER test. Check for DTC codes. If the P1233/35
or 1237 fault has swapped to the alternative
PCM, replace the fuel pump drive module.
If the fault has not swapped sides, FPDM is OK go
to step 3.
3.
If P1237 is logged, go to step 4. For other FPDM
codes, go to step 5.
4.
If code P1237 is logged, disconnect the FPDM.
Perform a continuity check across the fuel pump.
The pump motor resistance should be approximately 4Ω. If the resistance reading is significantly different, access the evap loss flange,
disconnect the loom connector and repeat the
pump motor resistance check.
If the resistance is now correct, service the harness wiring as necessary. Reconnect all components. Clear the fault code and run a KOER test to
ensure that the problem is resolved.
If the resistance is still incorrect, replace the fuel
pump. Reconnect all components. Clear the fault
code and run a KOER test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
5.
Install the break-out box to the PCMs. Perform
continuity checks on the PCM to FPM lines.
If a circuit fault is detected, service the wiring as
necessary. Reconnect all electrical plugs and run
April 2004
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1270
P1270 - Engine Reached Maximum Rev Limit
2-220
April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1270
Fault Code Definition
P1270 - This code indicates that the engine speed
has exceeded the maximum limit.
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp.
P1270 Fault Analysis
Note: This code may be logged if the vehicle has been
subject to any of the following conditions:
Excessive wheel slip on ice, snow, etc.
Excessive engine RPM in neutral
CAUTION: This code may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary Powertrain Control Module
(PCM). Check that you are working on the correct
half of the engine.
Note: This code is included to indicate that the
driver has reached the engine rev limit. There may
be a complaint of misfiring at high engine speed.
This code gives the dealer an explanation for the
customers perceived misfire when no misfire
codes are logged.
1.
Connect the WDS. Record the logged DTCs and
then reset the PCM.
2.
Check the vehicle history for evidence of hard
driving or similar operation of the engine to its
limits.
If there is evidence of operating the vehicle to its
limits, reset the PCM and run the engine. Briefly
accelerate the engine to about 6000 rpm and let
it return to idle. Accelerate the engine to about
6000 rpm again and let it return to idle.
Check for logged DTCs.
If P1270 is not logged again, there is no evident
engine fault. Testing is complete.
April 2004
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1336
P1336 - Crankshaft/Camshaft Range or Performance
Crank Sensors
Cam Sensor
Figure 1. Crankshaft and Camshaft Sensor Locations
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April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1336
Sensor-Crank Position
Primary PCM
C0168-2G
R,05
C0636-34G
C0168-1G
U,05
C0636-45G
SCR,05
SPL12-GND/EN
B,0.5
C0563-1
CPSA-SC
CKP+
CKP-
Earth-Bank A
Cam/Crank
Screens
Sensor-Crank Position
Secondary PCM
C0170-2G
R,05
C2464-34G
C0170-1G
U,05
C2464-45G
SCR,05
CPSB-SC
CAMB-SC
SPL23-GND/EN
B,0.5
CKP+
CKP-
C0561-1 Earth-Bank B
Cam/Crank
Screens
SCR,05
Figure 2. Crankshaft and Camshaft Sensor Circuits
Cam Position Sensor)
CAMA-SC
Primary PCM
SCR,05
C0176-2G
R,05
C0176-1G
U,05
SPL12-GND/EN
B,0.5
C0563-1
Earth-Bank A
Cam/Crank
Screens
C0636-15G
CID1
VRSRTN
Secondary PCM
Cam Position Sensor
CAMB-SC
C0636-25G
SCR,05
C1463-2G
R,05
C1463-1G
U,05
SPL23-GND/EN
B,0.5
C0561-1
Earth-Bank B
Cam/Crank
Screens
C2464-25G
C2464-15G
CID1
VRSRTN
Figure 2. Camshaft Sensor (CID) Circuit
Fault Code Definition
P1336 - Crankshaft/Camshaft sensor range or performance
cedure only if P1336 is logged again after clearing the P0315, P0340 or P0345 codes.
3.
Stop the test and compare the recorded signal
traces. Each CID (camshaft sensor) pulse should
occur once every engine revolution. Go to step 4.
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp.
P1336 Fault Analysis
CAUTION: This code may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary Powertrain Control Module
(PCM). Check that you are working on the correct
half of the engine.
1.
2.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P1336 is
logged. Note any other logged DTCs.
If any of P0315, P0340 or P0345 are logged,
resolve these problems first and return to this pro-
April 2004
Using the datalogger, record the CKP and CID
signals for both banks during a KOER test.
4.
If any CID pulse is missing or malformed, swap
the camshaft sensors bank to bank and repeat the
datalogger check.
If the fault swaps to the opposite bank, replace
the faulty camshaft sensor. Clear the P1336 code
and run a KOER test to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
If the fault remains on the original engine bank,
service the camshaft sensor wiring as necessary.
Clear the P1336 code and run a KOER test to
ensure that the problem is resolved.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1397
P1397 - System Voltage
Primary PCM
Underbonnet Fusebox
RELAY 1
Sheet 61
VBATT
F4
C0576-1
VBDS
C0635-35 G
NO,0.75
C0635-36 G
DIODE 1
C0577-4
NU,0.5
NU,0.5
C0635-24 G
F12
C0578-5
NG,0.75
NG,0.75
C0635-45 G
GU,0.5 C2244-20
GU,0.5
10.0 Amps
C0571-4
NO,0.75
NO,2.0
30.0 Amps
C2608-1
Sheet 61
SPL40-VIGN/EN
C0635-50
VPOWER
VPOWER
PWRHLD
KAPWR
IGNSNS
PWRGND
PWRGND
C0635-47
B,1.50
C0635-48
B,1.50
C0635-49
B,1.50
C0557-1
C0635-10 G B,0.75
C2651-1
PWRGND
CASEGND
SPL36-GND/EN
B,2.0
C0556-1
Primary PCM
Powerground
Primary PCM
Powerground
Primary PCM
Caseground
Central Electronic
Module
GU,1.0
C0586-10
SPL27-WAKEUP/CA
WAKE UP
PWRGND
SIGGND
C0580-28
B,2.5
C2570-1
C0580-14
BK,1.0
C2648-1
Earth-CEM Chassis Ground
Earth-CEM Signal Ground
Secondary PCM
F1
RELAY 2
C0577-8
GU,0.5 C2244-18
GU,0.5
NG,0.75
NG,0.75
C0638-45 G
NO,0.75
C0638-35 G
NO,0.75
C0638-36 G
NU,0.5
C0638-24 G
10.0 Amps
F5
SPL41-VIGN/EN
C0576-2
NO,2.0
C0578-3
NU,0.5
30.0 Amps
DIODE 2
C0638-50
IGNSNS
KAPWR
VPOWER
VPOWER
PWRHLD
PWRGND
PWRGND
PWRGND
CASEGND
C0638-47
B,1.50
C0638-48
B,1.50
C0638-49
C0638-10 G
SPL38-GND/EN
B,2.0
C0558-1
Secondary PCM
Powerground
B,1.50
C0559-1
B,0.75
C2650-1
Secondary PCM
Powerground
Secondary PCM
Caseground
Figure 1. PCM System Power Circuits
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1397
Fault Code Definition
P1397 - This code indicates that the system voltage is outside its self-test range.
Battery Charging Check
1.
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp.
If the voltage is below 12.5 volts, disconnect the
battery and re-measure the open circuit voltage.
P1397 Fault Analysis
If the open circuit voltage is below 12.5 volts,
replace the battery.
CAUTION: This code may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary Powertrain Control Module
(PCM). Check that you are working on the correct
half of the engine.
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P1397 is
logged. Note which PCM has recorded the fault.
2.
Access the underbonnet fusebox. Switch on the
ignition and measure the VPower voltage level at
fuse F4 (Primary PCM) or at F5 (Secondary PCM).
3.
If Vpower at either fuse is below 12.5 volts, Complete the charging system check at the end of this
procedure. Return to step 4 of this procedure only
if P1397 is logged again after satisfactory completion of the battery charging check.
Check the battery voltage at the battery terminals.
If the voltage is above 12.5 volts, switch on the
headlamps for 4 minutes to remove battery surface charge. Measure the battery voltage again, if
above 12.5 volts, go to step 2.
If the open circuit voltage is above 12.5 volts, go
to step 2.
2.
Reconnect the battery and start the engine.
Switch on the headlamps.
Run the engine at 2000 rpm and measure the battery voltage at the battery terminals.
If the charging voltage reaches 13.8 volts, the
charging system is serviceable.
If below 13.8 volts, the charging system is suspect. Service the charging system as necessary.
Clear the P1397 code and run a KOER test to
ensure that the problem is resolved.
If VPower is above 12.5 volts at both fuses, go to
step 4
4.
Check the VPower voltage at the battery whilst
cranking the engine. If the voltage drops below
9.6 volts, the battery is defective, replace the battery.
If the voltage at the battery remains above 9.6
volts, Connect the breakout box to the affected
PCM.
5.
Monitor the VPower voltage at primary PCM pins
C0635-35 and 36 or at secondary PCM pins
C0638-35 and 36 whilst cranking the engine. If
the voltage drops below 9.6 volts, service the
VBATT and VPower circuits as necessary. Clear
the P1397 code and run a KOER test to ensure
that the problem is resolved.
April 2004
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1450
P1450 - Evaporative Emission Control
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April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1450
Fault Code Definition
P1450 - Unable to hold tank vacuum (gross leak)
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp.
P1450 Fault Analysis
Note: The evaporative emission control system is
checked by closing the canister vent valve and pulling
a small vacuum in the fuel system. The vapour management valves are then closed and the vacuum is monitored using the fuel tank pressure sensor.
1.
Key off, connect the WDS or scan tool.
Key on, engine off. Check all logged DTCs.
2.
Run the WDS Evaporative loss system leak test.
If no fault is detected, go to step 3.
If a leak is detected, check the security and
sealing of the filler cap. If any fault is detected,
service/replace the cap as necessary and run the
leak test again to confirm that the problem is
resolved.
3.
Park the vehicle in a quiet place. Use the WDS
component control function to trigger the vapour
management valve on/off (listen for a ‘click’ as
the valve actuates).
If the valve can be heard actuating, go to step 4.
If the valve does not actuate, service the valve or
circuit as necessary. Clear the P1450 code and
run a KOER test to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
4.
Use the WDS component control function to trigger the canister vent valve on/off (listen for a
‘click’ as the valve actuates).
If the valve can be heard actuating, go to step 5.
If the valve does not actuate, service the valve or
the cannister vent valve circuit as necessary.
Clear the P1450 code and run a KOER test to
ensure that the problem is resolved.
April 2004
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1463
P1463 - Air Conditioning Control
Figure 1. A/C Pressure Sensor Location
Clutch-Compressor-Air
Conditioning (A/C)
Underbonnet Fusebox
RELAY 11
F10
C0578-6
GU,2.0
C0127-1
C0127-2
B,2.0
C0560-1
C2608-1
Sheet 61
RES 17
VBATT
Conn-ECU A (C-Cowl)
Earth-Aircon Clutch
10.0 Amps
RY,0.5
C0635-25G
ACCR
Sensor-Aircon Pressure (MID)
DIODE 3 C0578-7
ACPT
1.50 k Ohms
See Power Distribution Sheet
BVREF
C1465-3
GW,0.5
C2276-9
GW,0.5
C1465-2
BP,0.5
C2276-10
BP,0.5
C0635-26G
BP,0.5 C0635-40G
ACPT
BVREF
SPL20-BVREF/EN
SIGRTN
C1465-1
UW,0.5
C2276-11
UW,0.5
UW,0.5 C0635-41G
SIGRTN
SPL19-SRTN/EN
Sensor-Aircon Pressure (HI & LO)
K
Sheet 5
C0047-13
K,0.5
C2409-10
K,0.75
C1257-5
HI
LO
C1257-2
UB,0.75
C2276-8
UB,0.5
C0635-15G
ACCS
Figure 2. A/C Pressure Sensor Circuit
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April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1463
Fault Code Definition
P1463 - A/C pressure sensor, insufficient pressure
change.
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp.
P1463 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P1463 is
logged.
2.
Key on. Run the engine until fully warmed up and
switch the A/C on. Disconnect the pressure sensor connector. Check the voltage between A/C
pressure sensor connector C1257-5 and chassis
ground.
If +12 volts is measured, go to step 4.
If less than 12 volts is measured, go to step 3.
3.
Repeat the voltage check at aircon module connector C0791-6.
If +12 volts is measured, service the wiring from
C0791-6 to C1257-5. Clear the P1463 code.
If less than +12 volts is measured, replace the A/C
control module.
Reconnect the A/C pressure sensor and run brief
road test with A/C on to ensure that the problem
is resolved.
4.
Repeat the voltage check at pressure sensor connector C1257-2.
If less than +12 volts is measured, recover the
refrigerant. Replace the pressure sensor. Refill the
refrigerant and clear the P1463 code. Run a brief
road test with A/C on to check that the problem is
resolved.
If +12 volts is measured, go to step 5.
5.
Connect the breakout box to the primary PCM.
Repeat the voltage check at C0635-15.
If less than +12 volts is measured, service the
wiring from the pressure sensor to the PCM
If +12 volts is measured, contact Aston Martin
Technical Support.
April 2004
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1464
P1464 - Air Conditioning Control
Clutch-Compressor-Air
Conditioning (A/C)
Underbonnet Fusebox
RELAY 11
F10
C0578-6
GU,2.0
C0127-1
C0127-2
B,2.0
C0560-1
C2608-1
Sheet 61
RES 17
VBATT
Conn-ECU A (C-Cowl)
Earth-Aircon Clutch
10.0 Amps
RY,0.5
C0635-25G
ACCR
Sensor-Aircon Pressure (MID)
DIODE 3 C0578-7
ACPT
1.50 k Ohms
See Power Distribution Sheet
BVREF
C1465-3
GW,0.5
C2276-9
GW,0.5
C1465-2
BP,0.5
C2276-10
BP,0.5
C1465-1
UW,0.5
C2276-11
UW,0.5
C0635-26G
BP,0.5 C0635-40G
ACPT
BVREF
SPL20-BVREF/EN
SIGRTN
UW,0.5 C0635-41G
SIGRTN
SPL19-SRTN/EN
Sensor-Aircon Pressure (HI & LO)
K
Sheet 5
C0047-13
K,0.5
C2409-10
K,0.75
C1257-5
HI
LO
C1257-2
UB,0.75
C2276-8
UB,0.5
C0635-15G
ACCS
Figure 1. A/C Pressure Sensor Circuit
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April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1464
Fault Code Definition
P1464 - KOEO or KOER - DTC 1464 indicates that
the A/C was on during self test.
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp.
P1464 Fault Analysis - TO DO
P1464 will be logged if the A/C is on or if Defrost is
selected during KOEO or KOER self tests. If this is suspected. reset the PCM and rerun the KOEO self test
with the A/C and Defrost off. If P1464 is logged again,
proceed to step 1.
CAUTION: This code is generated only in the Primary Powertrain Control Module (PCM). Check
that you are working on the correct PCM.
1.
Key on, engine running and fully warmed up,
switch on the A/C (Mode switch from ECO to A/C
for immediate response). Monitor the A/C pressure sensor signal at pressure sensor connector
C1257-5. The signal level should switch from
about 12 volts to below 1.0 volts as the A/C compressor switches on.
Switch off the A/C (Mode switch from A/C to
ECO). The A/C pressure sensor signal should drop
from below 1.0 volts to about 12 volts as the A/C
compressor switches off.
2.
If the pressure sensor signal does not correctly
follows the A/C switching, suspect a problem
with BVREF (+12VDC) or signal return to the
pressure sensor.
Fit the breakout box and check continuity
between the following points:
BVREF
C1465-2 to C0635-40
Signal Return
C1465-1 to C0635-41
AC Pressure signal C1465-3 to C0635-26
If any continuity fault is identified, service the
wiring as necessary. Clear the P1464 code and
run a KOER / A/C on test to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
If no continuity fault is identified, replace the A/C
pressure sensor. Clear the P1464 code and run a
KOER / A/C on test to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
April 2004
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1488
P1488 - Exhaust Muffler Bypass Control
Boot Fusebox
F20
RELAY 3
Sheet 61 C2609-1
Sheet 61 C2010-9
VBATT
VIGN
C2010-7
10.0 Amps
F22
C2010-10
Valve-Cannister Vent
R,1.0
C1915-4
R,0.5 C2371-2
20.0 Amps
PWR
C2371-1 R,0.5
CNVNT
Conn-ECU A (T-Trans)
C1915-3
R,0.5
C0117-21 R,0.5
C2243-15 R,0.5
C0634-50
CNVNT
Sensor-Barometric Pressure
Sheet 61 C2010-8
GND
BAP
BVREF
SIGRTN
C0188-3
P,0.5
C0117-18
P,0.5
C2243-16
P,0.5
C0188-2
Y,0.5
C0117-19
Y,0.5
C2243-17
Y,0.5
C0188-1
BP,0.5
C0117-20
BP,0.5 C2243-18
BP,0.5
C0634-36G
Y,0.5
SPL26-BVREF/EN BP,0.5
C0634-40G
C0634-41G
SPL11-SRTN/EN
GY,0.5
BVREF
SIGRTN
C0132-3G S,0.5
C0113-1
S,0.5
C2244-1
S,0.5
C0132-1G BP,0.5
C1187-8
BP,0.5
C2244-2
BP,0.5
C0132-2G UW,0.5 C1187-7
GY,0.5
C1915-1
Y,0.5
C1685-1
PWR
C1685-2 W,0.5 C1915-2
EBV
C0635-9G
BP,0.5
UW,0.5 SPL20-BVREF/EN UW,0.5
UW,0.5 C2244-3
C0635-40G
C0635-41G
FTPT
BVREF
SIGRTN
SPL19-SRTN/EN
Valve-Exhaust Bypass
SPL42-VIGN/BT,CON
SIGRTN
Conn-ECU A (C-Cowl)
Sensor-Fuel Tank Pressure
FTPT
BAP
BVREF
W,0.5
C0144-4
W,0.5
C2243-19 W,0.5
C0635-43G
EBV
Pump-Vacuum
GY,0.5
C1915-5
G,0.5
C1977-4
C1977-2 B,0.5 C1915-6
B,0.5
B,2.0
SPL82-GND/BT
C2602-1
Earth-Sounder,Vacuum Pump,
Rear Socket
Figure 1. Bypass Control Circuit
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1488
Fault Code Definition
P1488 - Exhaust Muffler Bypass Control Circuit.
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp.
P1488 Fault Analysis
CAUTION: This code is generated only in the Primary Powertrain Control Module (PCM). Check
that you are working on the correct PCM.
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that a P1488 code
is logged in the primary PCM.
2.
Raise the vehicle on a hoist. Ensure that the gearbox is in neutral.
3.
Have a colleague observe the bypass valves. Start
the engine and ‘blip’ the throttle. Check if the
bypass valves actuate.
If either valve does not actuate, go to step 4.
If the valves actuate, the problem is not present at
this time and testing is complete.
4.
Check for +12 volts at boot fusebox Fuse 22 with
the ignition switched on.
If +12 volts is present, go to step 5.
If +12 volts is not present, service the 12 volt
supply circuit to the exhaust bypass system (Boot
fusebox relay 3 and F22). Clear the P1488 code
and run a KOER test to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
5.
Switch off the ignition and start the engine.
Access the bypass valves. Have a colleague ‘blip’
the throttle and check if the valves actuate as the
throttle is opened.
If either valve does not actuate, check continuity
of the bypass valve circuit.
If continuity is good, replace the bypass valve.
Clear the P1488 code and run a KOER test to
ensure that the problem is resolved.
If there is a continuity fault, service the circuit as
necessary. Clear the P1488 code and run a KOER
test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
April 2004
2-233
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1500 / P1501
P1500 / P1501 - Vehicle Speed Sensor
Sensor-Vehicle Speed
tomatic - Sensor in the Differential)
VSSVSS+
C0195-1G
BU,05
C0195-2G
NU,05
Sensor-Vehicle Speed
anual - Sensor in the Gearbox)
VSSVSS+
C1561-1G
C1561-2G
Primary PCM
BU,05
C0746-8
BU,05
C0109-13
BU,05
C2242-18
BU,05
NU,05
C0746-9
NU,05
C0109-14
NU,05
C2242-19
NU,05
SPL21-VSS/EN
BU,05
C0635-33G
NU,05
C0635-32G
VSS+
SPL22-VSS/EN
Secondary PCM
BU,05
NU,05
VSS-
BU,05
C0638-33G
NU,05
C0638-32G
VSSVSS+
Figure 2. Vehicle Speed Sensor Circuit
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1500 / P1501
Fault Code Definition
2.
Disconnect the VSS sensor and measure the
sensor resistance from pin 1 to pin 2. The sensor
resistance should be approximately 780Ω. If in
range, continue with this procedure. If out of
range, replace the sensor, clear all DTCs and run
a road test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
P1500 - Intermittent VSS signal
P1501 - VSS signal received during KOER test
MIL Status
b) Circuit Check - VSS to PCM
These codes will not light the MIL lamp.
Fit the breakout box to each PCM in turn.
P1500, P1501 Fault Analysis
Measure continuity from VSS connector pin 1 to
primary PCM connector pin C0635-33 or
secondary PCM connector C0638-33.
CAUTION: This code may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary Powertrain Control Module
(PCM). Check that you are working on the correct
half of the engine.
Measure continuity from VSS connector pin 2 to
primary PCM pin C0635-32 or secondary PCM
connector C0638-32.
Note: This code may be generated by excessive
wheel spin when driving on slippery surfaces
with traction control switched off.
If either resistance is greater than 5.0Ω, repair the
partial or complete open circuit in the faulty line.
Note: The VSS sensor is used only in engine management. The speedometer reading is derived
from the four ABS sensor signals.
1.
Connect the WDS and set up to monitor the VSS
and ABS sensor signals during a road test.
If no circuit faults are identified, go to step 4.
If any circuit faults are identified, service as
necessary. Clear the fault code and run the KOER
Test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
3.
Drive the vehicle at normal road speeds and note
the indications of the speedometer needle and
the indicated speeds from the VSS and ABS
sensors.There should be a close correlation
between all three signals.
If there is any significant difference between the
ABS sensor speed and the indication on the
speedometer, check for any ABS codes and
resolve these first. Return to this procedure only if
P1500-1501 are logged again without any ABS
codes.
a) Circuit Check - VSS Sensor
Check the continuity of the VSS signal screening
from both the VSS and PCM terminations to chassis ground.
Also check for the proximity of any sources of
interference close to the sensor leads. Reroute
any suspect sources of radio interference.
If any circuit faults are identified, service as
necessary. Clear the fault code and run the KOER
Test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
4.
If all the previous checks are satisfactory, consult
Aston Martin Technical Support.
If the ABS and speedometer readings agree but
the VSS reading is different, complete the circuit
checks in step 2.
April 2004
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1550
P1550 Power Steering Pressure Switch
Power Steering
Pressure Sensor
Figure 1. Power Steering Pressure Switch Location
Transducer-Power Steering Pressure
PSPT
BVREF
SIGRTN
Primary PCM
C2469-3
GN,0.5
C2276-1
GN,0.5
C2469-2
BP,0.5
C2276-2
BP,0.5
C2276-3
SPL20-BVREF/EN
UW,0.5
UW,0.5
P6,65,68
C2469-1
UW,0.5
C0635-14G
BP,0.5
C0635-40G
C0635-41G
PSPT (I)
BVREFB
SIGRTNB
SPL19-SRTN/EN
P6,65,68,70
Figure 2. Power Steering Pressure Switch Circuit
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1550
Fault Code Definition
P1550
If the problem recurs, call Aston Martin Technical
Support.
Power steering pressure sensor out of
self test range. (i.e. Pressure sensor actuated during a KOEO or KOER test).
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp.
P1550 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P1550 is
logged. Clear the logged code.
2.
Perform a KOEO test, do not move the steering
wheel. Check if P1550 is logged again.
If not go to step 3.
If so, the power steering switch is permanently
actuated or the signal line is short to ground.
Check for short circuits to ground on the signal
line.
If a wiring defect is identified, service the wiring
as necessary and run a KOEO test to ensure that
the problem is resolved.
If no defect is identified, replace the power
steering pressure switch and run a KOEO test to
ensure that the problem is resolved.
3.
Perform a KOER test, move the steering wheel
during the test., check that a P1550 code is
logged. If a fault code is not logged, go to step 4.
If a fault code is logged, the system is correctly
detecting changes in power steering pressure. No
fault is present at this time. Testing is complete.
4.
Monitor the Power steering switch input to the
primary PCM.
Key on, engine running, turn the steering wheel
in one direction then the other. Check for change
in state of the power steering pressure switch
signal (0.5 - 4.5 volts) during wheel movement.
If the signal correctly indicates wheel movement,
the fault is not present at this time. Treat this as an
intermittent problem.
If the signal does not change state during wheel
movement, replace the power steering pressure
switch and run a KOEO test to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
April 2004
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1572
P1572 - Brake Pedal Switch
Stop Lamp Switch
Figure 1. Brake Pedal Switch Circuit
Central Electronic
Module
BRAKE SWITCH (I)
C0586-41
R,0.5
SPL10-VBATT/CA
F57
C0586-28
Switch-Brake Pedal
W,0.5 C0075-A(1) BOO (LAMPS) C0075-D(4)
R,0.5
W,0.5 C0075-B(2)
UK,0.5
1
15.0 Amps
BPS ON/OFF
C0075-C(3)
R,0.5
SPL9-BOO/CA
P34,39
C2242-10
R,0.5
C2242-9
UK,0.5
SPL35BOO/EN
Primary PCM
C0635-8G
C0635-7G
BOO (I)
BPS (I)
SPL34-BPS/EN
Switch-Manual Handbrake
Secondary PCM
C0638-8G
MANUAL
PARK BRAKE (I)
C0584-1
R,0.5
C0648-1
C0638-7G
Handbrake On
= Closed
BOO (I)
BPS (I)
Figure 2. Brake Switch Circuit
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1572
Fault Code Definition
P1572 - Brake Pedal Switch Circuit.
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp.
P1572 Fault Analysis
CAUTION: This code may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary Powertrain Control Module
(PCM). Check that you are working on the correct
half of the engine.
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that a P1572 code
is logged and note which PCM has recorded the
fault. Clear the P1572 code.
2.
Install the breakout box to the PCM in which the
P1572 was logged.
3.
Brake Pedal Switch (BPS) - Monitor the Brake
Pedal Switch signal at either C0635-7 (primary) or
C0638-7 (secondary). Press the brake pedal. The
BPS signal should switch from 12 to 0 volts when
the pedal is pressed and return to 12 volts when
the brake pedal is released.
If the signal switches correctly from 12 - 0 - 12
volts when the brake pedal is pressed and
released, the fault is not present at this time.
Check
the
connectors
for
intermittent
connections, loose pins, etc. Service the circuit as
necessary. Repeat the voltage check to ensure
that the problem is resolved.
If the BPS signal does not switch to 0 volts when
the brake pedal is pressed, go to step 4.
4.
Ignition off. Complete a continuity check from
PCM pin C0635-7 (or C0638-7), through the
brake switch to Central Electronic Module pin
C0586-28. Press and release the brake pedal.
Continuity should be broken when the brake
pedal is pressed.
If continuity is good but the signal does not go
open circuit when the brake pedal is pressed,
service/adjust the brake switch as necessary.
Clear the p1572 code and retest the circuit to
ensure that the problem is resolved.
April 2004
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1573, P1574
P1573, P1574 - Throttle Position Not Available
Throttle Body
Throttle Motor and
Throttle Potentiometer
Figure 1. Throttle Potentiometer Location
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1573, P1574
Fault Code Definition
P1573 - Throttle position not available
P1574 - Throttle position sensor outputs disagree.
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp.
P1573, P1574 Fault Analysis
CAUTION: This code may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary Powertrain Control Module
(PCM).
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P1573 or
P1574 is logged. Note all Logged DTCs and then
clear the DTC memory.
2.
Set the datalogger to monitor all Throttle Position
signals on both engine banks.
3.
Turn on the ignition and start the datalogger. Press
and release the throttle pedal several times. Stop
the datalogger and analyse the TP traces.
4.
If the TP signal traces accurately follow throttle
movements, go to step 5.
If any TP trace does not accurately follow throttle
movement, swap the throttle bodies and repeat
the test.
If the fault swaps to the other engine bank, the
throttle potentiometer is defective. Replace the
throttle body and repeat the throttle position test
to ensure that the problem is resolved.
If the fault remains on the original engine bank,
the throttle circuit is suspect. Service the engine
harness as necessary. Repeat the throttle position
test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
5.
Perform an extended road test with a collegue
monitoring all TP readings.
If no fault is identified, the cause of the DTC is
not present at this time.
If any fault is identified, resolve it using the
procedure in step 4.
April 2004
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1578, P1579
P1578, P1579 - Throttle Control Malfunction
Throttle Body
Throttle Motor and
Throttle Potentiometer
Figure 1. Throttle Potentiometer Location
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April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1578, P1579
Fault Code Definition
P1578 - Electronic Throttle Control - Power less
than demand.
P1579 - Electronic Throttle Control in power limiting mode.
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp.
P1578, P1579 Fault Analysis
CAUTION: This code may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary Powertrain Control Module
(PCM).
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P1578 or
P1579 is logged. Note all Logged DTCs and then
clear the DTC memory.
Set the datalogger to monitor all Throttle Position
signals on both engine banks.
Disconnect the air trunking to the throttle bodies.
2.
Switch on the ignition and monitor throttle movement whilst a collegue presses and releases the
throttle pedal several times.
If throttle movement does accurately follow pedal
movement, extend the test to see if the cause of
the P1578 or P1579 codes can be reproduced.
If either throttle movement does not accurately
follow pedal movement, replace the affected
throttle body.
Repeat the throttle movement test to ensure that
the problem is resolved.
3.
April 2004
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1585, P1587
P1585, P1587 - Throttle Control Malfunction
Throttle Body
Throttle Motor and
Throttle Potentiometer
Figure 1. Throttle Potentiometer Location
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April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1585, P1587
Fault Code Definition
P1585 - Electronic Throttle Control malfunction.
P1587 - Electronic Throttle Control modulated
command malfunction
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp.
P1585, P1587 Fault Analysis
CAUTION: This code may be generated in the
Primary or Secondary Powertrain Control Module
(PCM).
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P1585 or
P1587 is logged. Note all Logged DTCs and then
clear the DTC memory.
2.
Run the engine at a variety of throttle openings,
then check if P1585 or P1587 is logged again.
If neither code is logged again, conduct an
extended engine run test to ensure that the
problem is not repeated.
If either code is logged again, consult Aston
Martin Technical Support.
April 2004
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1603
P1603 - TCM Checksum Incorrect
Electronic Module
Hydraulic Module
Output Speed Sensor
Gearbox Temperature
Sensor
Turbine Speed Sensor
Suction Port
Discharge Port
Solenoid Valve 2
Position Switch
Figure 1. Mechatronic Unit
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April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1603
Fault Code Definition
P1603 - TCM checksum incorrect.
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp.
P1603 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P1603 is
logged.
2.
Clear the P1603 code. Switch the ignition off and
then on again.
3.
If P1603 is not logged again, repeat the ignition
off/on test several times to ensure that the problem is resolved.
If P1603 is logged again, reflash the TCM and
retest toensure that the problem is resolved.
If P1603 is logged again, consult Aston Martin
Technical Support.
April 2004
2-247
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1605
P1605 - Battery Buffered RAM Fault (Keep Alive Memory)
Electronic Module
Hydraulic Module
Output Speed Sensor
Gearbox Temperature
Sensor
Turbine Speed Sensor
Suction Port
Discharge Port
Position Switch
Solenoid Valve 2
Figure 1. Mechatronic Unit
Transmission Control Module (TCM)
C0932-10
C0932-15
Boot Fusebox
Sheet 61 C2609-1 VBATT
C2013-7
R,1.0
F15
C2012-7
GY,1.0
5.0 Amps
C2010-8
F12
RELAY 4 20.0 Amps
P-SIGNAL
OPT. OUTPUT
C0932-7
UDRMV
R,1.0
C0747-6
R,1.0
GY,1.0
C0747-5
GY,1.0
C0932-14
VBATT
Sheet 61 C2010-9
VIGN
C0932-9
VIGN
Sheet 61
GND
C2695-1
B,1.0
C0747-11 B,1.0
C2696-1
B,1.0
C0747-12 B,1.0
Earth-Module-Automatic Transmission
Earth-Module-Automatic Transmission
B,1.0
SPL4-GND/AU
C0932-13
GROUND
C0932-16
GROUND
Figure 2. TCM Input Power Circuit.
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April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1605
Fault Code Definition
P1605 - TCM Battery Buffered RAM Fault.
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp.
P1605 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P1605 is
logged. Clear the P1605 code.
2.
Access the transmission connector C0932.
3.
Switch on the ignition and check for 12 volts
(VBATT) at C0932 pin 14 on the harness connector.
If 12 volts is measured, check for a damaged pin
on C0932 gearbox connector and service if
necessary. If the pin is good, go to step 4.
If less than 12 volts is measured, check boot fuse
F12 and the VBATT circuit. Service as necessary.
Run a KOEO test to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
4.
Reflash the TCM and run a KOEO test to see if the
problem is solved.
If P1605 is logged again, consult Aston Martin
Technical Support.
April 2004
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1608
P1608 - TCM Software Fault
Electronic Module
Hydraulic Module
Output Speed Sensor
Gearbox Temperature
Sensor
Turbine Speed Sensor
Suction Port
Discharge Port
Solenoid Valve 2
Position Switch
Figure 1. Mechatronic Unit
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1608
Fault Code Definition
P1608 - TCM software fault.
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp.
P1608 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P1608 is
logged.
2.
Clear the P1608 fault code. Switch of the ignition
and then switch it on again.
3.
Run a road test including a variety of driving
styles. Include Touchtronic Mode with up and
down shifts.
Also include Automatic Mode with shifts through
the complete gear range.
Also include gentle and more aggresive throttle
inputs. Stop the road test.
4.
Check if P1608 is logged again.
If P1608 is logged again, contact Aston Martin
Technical Support.
April 2004
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1633
P1633 - Lack of Keep Alive Memory (KAM) Power
Switch - Battery Disconnect
C0046-A
C0046-B
VIGN
STARTER
R,50.0
CUT OFF
GND
Battery
12.0 Volts
C0192-1
C0045-1
Underbonnet Fusebox
BDS Feed
C1891-1
RY,4.0
B,50.0
C1875-1
Stand Alone Inline Fuse
60.0 Amps
C1661-1
Earth Eyelet-Body
C1875-2
RY,4.0
SPL97-VBDS/CA
C2412-3
RY,4.0
Underbonnet Fusebox
Sheet 57
F4
C2608-1 VBATT
C0571-4
VBDS
C0576-1
NO,2.0
30.0 Amps
DIODE 1
C0577-4
NU,0.5
F12
C0578-5
NG,0.75
GU,0.5
10.0 Amps
Primary PCM
SPL40
VIGN/EN
P50,56,63
Relay 1
C2244-20
NO,0.75
C0635-35G
NO,0.75
C0635-36G
NU,0.5
C0635-24G
NG,0.75
C0635-45G
GU,0.5
GU,1.0
C0635-50
C0586-10
SPL27-WAKEUP/CA
VPOWER
VPOWER
PWRHLD (O)
KAPWR
IGNSNS
WAKE UP (O)
PWRGND
SIGGND (O)
GU,0.5
F1
Relay 2
10.0 Amps
F5
30.0 Amps
DIODE 2
C0577-8
C0576-2
C0578-3
C2244-18
NG,0.75
NO,2.0
NU,0.5
GU,0.5
NG,0.75
SPL41
VIGN/EN
C0638-50
C0638-45G
NO,0.75
C0638-35G
NO,0.75
C0638-36G
NU,0.5
C0638-24G
Secondary PCM
IGNSNS (I)
KAPWR
VPOWER
VPOWER
PWRHLD (O)
Figure 1. KAPWR Circuit
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1633
Fault Code Definition
P1633 - Low or missing KAPWR voltage. This is a
MIL code.
P1633 code and run a KOER test to ensure that
the problem is resolved.
6.
Analyse this fault as an intermittent fault in the
KAPWR circuit.
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp.
P1633 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and record all logged DTCs.
Ensure that P1633 is logged. Ensure that the Battery Disconnect Switch is ON.
2.
Check the battery voltage. If battery voltage is less
than 12.5 - 13.0 volts, service the battery as
instructed in the battery care manual. Clear the
P1633 code and run a KOER test to ensure that
the problem is resolved.
If the P1633 is logged again, go to step 3.
3.
Check the condition of the following fuses:
In-Line Fuse 60A
Underbonnet fuse F12 KAPWR to primary PCM
Underbonnet fuse F1 KAPWR to secondary PCM
If the fuses are good, go to step 4
If any fuse is blown, service the KAPWR circuit as
necessary. Clear the P1633 code and run a KOER
test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
4.
Check the voltage from underbonnet fuses F12
and F1 to chassis ground.
If full battery voltage is measured. at the fuses, go
to step 5.
If less than battery voltage is measured at the
fuses, service the battery to fusebox circuit as
necessary. Clear the P1633 code and run a KOER
test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
5.
Connect the break-out box to the suspect PCM.
Measure the voltage from primary PCM C063545 to chassis ground and from secondary PCM
CC0638-45 to chassis ground.
If full battery voltage is measured. at both PCMs,
go to step 6.
If less than battery voltage is measured at either
PCM, service the circuit as necessary. Clear the
April 2004
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1635
P1635 - Tyre / Axle out of Acceptable Range
Figure 1. DB9 with correct wheels and tyres
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1635
Fault Code Definition
P1635 - Tyre / Axle out of acceptable range.
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp.
P1635 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and record all logged DTCs.
Ensure that P1635 is logged.
2.
Check that the specified wheels and tyres are fitted to the vehicle. Non-standard wheel and tyre
combinations may give a rolling radius which is
outside that specified for DB9.
If a non-standard wheel / tyre combination is
fitted, revert to the recommended wheels and
tyres.
If the wheels and tyres are as specified, use WDS
to reflash the PCMs. Clear the P1635 code and
run a road test to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
April 2004
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1639
P1639 - Vehicle Identification Data Block
Figure 1. Instrument Pack Communications Circuit
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1639
Fault Code Definition
P1639 - Vehicle ID block corrupted or not programmed.
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp.
P1639 Fault Analysis
Connect the WDS and record all logged DTCs.
Ensure that P1639 is logged.
1.
Reflash the PCM as a new engine control module
and enter the Vehicle Identification Number
(VIN). Run a KOER test and check if P1639 is
logged again.
2.
If P1639 is not logged again, the problem is
resolved.
3.
If P1639 is logged again, replace the PCM and
run a KOER test to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1674
P1674 - Network Manager Initialisation Failed
Figure 1. Powertrain Control Module (PCM) Location
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1674
Fault Code Definition
P1674 - Network Manager initialisation failed.
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp.
P1674 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and record all logged DTCs.
Ensure that P1674 is logged. Note the affected
PCM.
2.
Using the latest WDS disc, reflash both PCMs.
3.
Check that no DTCs (Other than P1000) are
logged in the DTC memory. Switch off and on the
ignition. (PCM power up self test)
4.
Read any logged DTCs.
If P1674 is not logged, repeat the power up self
test several times to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
If P1674 is logged again, replace the PCM. Retest
the new PCM to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
April 2004
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1700
P1700 - Transmission Indeterminate Failure (Failed to Neutral)
Figure 1. Powertrain Control Module (PCM) Location
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1700
Fault Code Definition
P1700 - Transmission Indterminate Failure (Failed
to Neutral).
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp.
P1700 Fault Analysis
Note: This fault indicates a problem detected by the
watchdog timer in the TCM. The TCM will automatically disengage any selected gear, i.e. the TCM will
fail-safe to neutral to protect the vehicle occupants.
1.
Connect the WDS and record all logged DTCs.
Ensure that P1700 is logged.
2.
Clear the P1700 code. Switch the ignition off and
then on again.
Run a road test including driving in all gears. Stop
the test and check any logged DTCs.
If P1700 is logged again, go to step 3.
If P1700 is not logged again, repeat the
ignitionoff/on check several times to ensure that
the problem is resolved.
3.
Clear all logged DTCs.
4.
Using the WDS and the latest disc, reflash the
TCM. Repeat the ignition on self tests. Check if
P1700 is logged.
If P1700 is not logged again, run a road test
including driving in all gears. Stop the test and
check any logged DTCs.
If P1700 is logged again, replace the Mechatronic
Unit. Run a road test again, including driving in
all gears to check the new mechatronic unit. Stop
the test and check any logged DTCs to ensure that
the problem is resolved.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1703
P1703 - Brake Switch Out of Self Test Range
Central Electronic
Module
BRAKE SWITCH (I)
C0586-41
R,0.5
SPL10-VBATT/CA
F57
C0586-28
Switch-Brake Pedal
W,0.5 C0075-A(1) BOO (LAMPS) C0075-D(4)
R,0.5
W,0.5 C0075-B(2)
UK,0.5
1
15.0 Amps
BPS ON/OFF
C0075-C(3)
R,0.5
SPL9-BOO/CA
P34,39
C2242-10
R,0.5
C2242-9
UK,0.5
SPL35BOO/EN
Primary PCM
C0635-8G
C0635-7G
BOO (I)
BPS (I)
SPL34-BPS/EN
Switch-Manual Handbrake
Secondary PCM
C0638-8G
MANUAL
PARK BRAKE (I)
C0584-1
R,0.5
C0648-1
C0638-7G
Handbrake On
= Closed
BOO (I)
BPS (I)
Figure 1. Brake Switch Circuit
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1703
Fault Code Definition
P1703 - Brake switch out of self test range.
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp.
P1703 Fault Analysis
Note: During a KOER Test, the brake pedal must be
fully pressed and released at some time during the test.
If this is not done, a P1703 will be logged.
1.
Connect the WDS and record all logged DTCs.
Ensure that P1703 is logged.
2.
Note and then clear all logged DTCs.
3.
Using WDS, run a KOER test. Ensure that the
brake pedal is fully pressed and released at some
time during the test.
4.
Read any logged DTCs and check if P1703 is
logged.
If P1703 is not logged, the cause of the problem
was incorrect procedure during a KOER test.
If P1703 is logged, service the brake switch
circuit as necessary.
If no circuit fault is identified, check and if
necessary reset the brake switch adjustment.
Clear all logged DTCs and run the KOER test
again, including correct brake switch actuation,
to ensure that the problem is resolved.
April 2004
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1707
P1707 - Parklock Engage Release Failure (Without driver request)
Primary PCM
DRIVE TT (O)
NEUTRAL TT (O)
TIP DOWN (I)
BVREFC
Module-Automatic Transmission
TIP UP (I)
C0634-43G
PARKST (I)
RU,0.5
C2243-22
C0117-6
RU,0.5
C0747-9
RU,0.5 C0932-10
P-SIGNAL
SPL12-KOI/CA P9,70
Boot Fusebox
R,1.0
Sheet 57 C2609-1 VBATT
F12
C2013-7
R,1.0
20.0 Amps
Sheet 57 C2010-9
VIGN
F15
C2012-7
5.0 Amps
C2010-8
GND
Earth
B,1.0
GY,1.0
R,1.0
SPL5-CAP/AU
R,1.0
C2696-1
RELAY 4
C0747-6
C0932-14
VBATT
B,1.0
C1323-1
C1323-2
C0747-12 B,1.0
B,1.0
Capacitor
SPL6-CAP/AU
GY,1.0 C0747-5 GY,1.0
C0932-16
GROUND
C0932-9
VIGN
Sheet 57
C2695-1
Earth
B,1.0
C0747-11 B,1.0
SPL4-GND/AU
P9,30,38
B,1.0
C0932-13
GROUND
Figure 1. Park Status Circuit
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1707
Fault Code Definition
P1707 Park / Neutral signal fault.
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp.
P1707 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P1707 is
logged. Clear the P1707 code.
2.
Set the datalogger to monitor the Park/Neutral
Status signal (PARKST).
3.
With the engine running, switch between Park
and Neutral several times. Look for a change in
state of the Park/Neutral signal.
If the signal changes state reliably, the fault is not
present at this time. Repeat the test several times
to ensure that the problem is resolved.
If there is no change in state, carry out the following checks:
Check the transmission fluid level, top up if
necessary (Workshop Manual Procedure).
Recheck the park/neutral switch operation.
If the switching operation between park and
neutral is now reliable, testing is complete.
If the switching operation is not reliable, replace
the mechatronic unit, repeat the park to neutral
switching test to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
If the fault recurs, replace the gearbox. Retest to
ensure that the problem is resolved.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1709
P1709 - Clutch Switch Fault During KOEO Test
Crank Output
from Start Button
Primary PCM
CSTT (I)
Underbonnet Fusebox
SIGRTNB
RES20
C0579-10 C2411-11
560 Ohms
Relay 9
C2608-1 VBATT
F15
STRT_EN (O)
C0576-4
WR,3.0
25.0 Amps
C0179-1
GY,0.5
C0635-41G
UW,0.5
UW,0.5 C2242-14 UW,0.5
C0635-39G
GW,0.5
SPL19-SRTN/EN
C2242-15 GW,0.5 C0667-2
P6,65,68,70
C0635-2G
WN,0.5
SOLENOID
C2242-13 GY,0.5 C1491-2
C1491-3
UW,0.5
SPL5-SRTN/CA
C0667-1
UW,0.5
Switch-Clutch Bottom Of Travel
Earth via
fixings (E110)
Starter Motor
Sheet 57
DIODE 6
CSBT (I)
Switch-Clutch Top Of Travel
C0635-29G
C0578-4
WN,0.5
SPL50START/EN
P57,70
Figure 1. Clutch Switch Circuit
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1709
Fault Code Definition
P1709 Clutch switch fault during KOEO self-test.
Manual Cars Only
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp.
P1709 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P1709 is
logged. Clear the logged fault code.
2.
Set datalogger to monitor the clutch switch signals. Switch on the ignition. Press and release the
clutch several times. The CSTT and CSBT signals
should follow the changes in clutch status.
If the signals do correctly follow changes in
clutch status, repeat the test again to ensure that
the problem is no longer present.
If the signals do not change status, go to step 3.
3.
Check the physical adjustment of the clutch
switches.
If the switches are maladjusted, service the switch
assemblies as necessary. Repeat the clutch switch
signals test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
If the clutch switches are physically serviceable
and correctly adjusted, go to step 4.
4.
Check continuity of the clutch switch signal lines
from C1491-2 to Primary PCM connector C063529 for the top of travel signal and from C0667-2
to C0635-2 for the bottom of travel signal. Also
check from C0667-1 and C1491-3 to primary
PCM connector C0635-41 for the signal return
line.
Service any defects and repeat the clutch switch
signals test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
April 2004
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1712
P1712 - Transmission Torque Reduction Request Signal)
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1712
Fault Code Definition
P1712 Transmission torque reduction request signal fault.
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp.
P1712 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P1712 is
logged. Note all logged DTCs and clear the DTC
memory.
2.
Check the software levels in the PCMs and TCM
against the latest WDS disc. Reflash the PCMs
and the TCM.
3.
Run a brief road (or rolling road) test including
several upshifts and downshifts. Stop the test and
recheck if P1712 is logged again.
4.
If P1712 is logged, consult Aston Martin Technical Support.
April 2004
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1719
P1719 - CAN Data Bus - Torque Signal
Figure 1.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1719
Fault Code Definition
P1719 - CAN torque signal defective, Failure in
alive counter or checksum.
P1719 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and record all logged DTCs.
Ensure that P1719 is logged. Ntoe all other DTCs.
2.
Resolve all other DTCs first and return to this procedure if P1719 is logged again.
3.
Check that the latest software level is installed in
the PCMs and TCM. If not, reflash the PCMs and
TCM as necessary and retest to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
4.
If P1719 is logged again after reflashing the control modules, call AM Tech Support
April 2004
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1745
P1745 - TCM Internal Fault
Electronic Module
Hydraulic Module
Output Speed Sensor
Gearbox Temperature
Sensor
Turbine Speed Sensor
Suction Port
Discharge Port
Solenoid Valve 2
Position Switch
Figure 1. Mechatronic Unit
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1745
Fault Code Definition
P1745 - TCM internal short circuit.
P1745 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and record all logged DTCs.
Ensure that P1745 is logged.
2.
Clear the P1745 code. Switch the ignition off and
then on again.
3.
If P1745 is not logged again, start the engine and
shift between P, R, N and D. Recheck that P1745
is not logged again.
If P1745 is not logged, the problem is resolved.
If P1745 is logged again, call AM Tech Support.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1789
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P1789 - Battery Voltage
Figure 1. Battery Location
Primary Powertrain Control Module (PCM)
Underbonnet Fusebox
SPL40-VIGN/EN
RELAY 1
Sheet 61
Sheet 61
C2608-1
C0571-4
VBATT
F4
C0576-1
NO,0.75
C0635-35 G
NO,0.75
C0635-36 G
NO,2.0
30.0 Amps
DIODE 1
C0577-4
NU,0.5
NU,0.5
C0635-24 G
F12
C0578-5
NG,0.75
NG,0.75
C0635-45 G
GU,0.5 C2244-20
GU,0.5
C0635-50
VBDS
10.0 Amps
VPOWER
VPOWER
PWRHLD
KAPWR
IGNSNS
PWRGND
Central
Electronic
Module
SPL27-WAKEUP/CA
PWRGND
C0635-47
B,1.50
C0635-48
B,1.50
C0635-49
B,1.50
C0557-1
C0635-10 G B,0.75
C2651-1
B,2.0
PWRGND
CASEGND
C0556-1
Earth-ECU A Powerground
Earth-ECU A Powerground
Earth-ECU A Caseground
Secondary Powertrain Control Module (PCM)
F1
RELAY 2
GU,0.5 C2244-18
GU,0.5
C0638-50
C0577-8
NG,0.75
NG,0.75
C0638-45 G
NO,0.75
C0638-35 G
C0576-2
NO,2.0
NO,0.75
C0638-36 G
C0578-3
NU,0.5
NU,0.5
C0638-24 G
10.0 Amps
F5
SPL41-VIGN/EN
30.0 Amps
DIODE 2
IGNSNS
KAPWR
VPOWER
VPOWER
PWRHLD
PWRGND
PWRGND
PWRGND
CASEGND
C0638-47
B,1.50
C0638-48
B,1.50
C0638-49
B,1.50
C0559-1
C0638-10 G
B,0.75
C2650-1
B,2.0
C0558-1
Earth-ECU B Powerground
Earth-ECU B Powerground
Earth-ECU B Caseground
Transmission Control Module (TCM)
C0932-10
C0932-15
Boot Fusebox
Sheet 61 C2609-1 VBATT
C2013-7
R,1.0
F15
C2012-7
GY,1.0
5.0 Amps
C2010-8
F12
RELAY 4 20.0 Amps
P-SIGNAL
OPT. OUTPUT
C0932-7
UDRMV
R,1.0
C0747-6
R,1.0
GY,1.0
C0747-5
GY,1.0
C0932-14
VBATT
Sheet 61 C2010-9
VIGN
C0932-9
VIGN
Sheet 61
GND
C2695-1
B,1.0
C0747-11 B,1.0
C2696-1
B,1.0
C0747-12 B,1.0
Earth-Module-Automatic Transmission
Earth-Module-Automatic Transmission
B,1.0
SPL4-GND/AU
C0932-13
GROUND
C0932-16
GROUND
Figure 2. PCM and TCM Input Power Circuit.
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P1789
Fault Code Definition
P1789 - Low Battery Voltage Input to the TCM
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp
P1789 Fault Analysis
1.
Key off. Access the transmission harness and disconnect the transmission connector.
2.
Check the voltage from harness connector
C0932-14 to C0932-13 and 16.
If +12 volts is measured, go to step 3.
If the +12 volt supply is below specification,
check the battery charging and +12 volt circuit
integrity to C0932-14. Service the charging system or wiring as necessary. Reconnect all components and run a brief road test to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
3.
Check the condition of the transmission connector socket pin C0932-14.
If the socket is damaged, service the wiring as
necessary. reconnect all components and run a
brief road test to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
If the socket is serviceable, go to step 4.
4.
Reconnect the harness. Using WDS, monitor
VBATT during a road test. Also connect a voltmeter between boot fusebox F12 and ground. Run a
road test.
If VBATT is stable on the WDS and on the meter,
the prnblem is not present at this time and testing
is complete.
If VBATT is steady on the meter but unstable on
WDS, perform a continuity check from F12 to
C0932-=14. If continuity is good, change the
mechatronic unit and run a further road test to
ensure that the problem is resolved.
5.
If a continuity problem is identified, service the
wiring as necessary. Run a further road test to
ensure that the problem is resolved.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1793
P1793 - Battery Voltage Too Low
Starter Motor
C0046-B
electronics CUT OFF
Hall
GND
Sensor
C1271-1
STARTER
C1271-3
VIGN
C1271-6
C1271-5
B,50.0
B+
Engine Bay
Dirty Feed
Power
B,50.0
B,50.0
BDS Power
C2607-1
C0046-A
B,50.0
C1893-1
MOTOR
Switch-Battery Disconnect
18 Ohm
Coil
Alternator / Generator
C0178-1
Earth via
fixings (E110)
B,50.0
B,50.0
SPL - TPIECE
DIRTY FEED STUD
ENGINE BAY
Terminal
Jump Start
B,50.0
C2307-1
SPL - TPIECE
12.0 Volts
C0192-1
Battery
C0045-1
B,50.0
C1661-1
C1661
EARTH BODY
Module-Automatic Transmission
Boot Fusebox
Sheet 57 C2609-1 VBATT
F12
C2013-7
R,1.0
20.0 Amps
VIGN
F15
C2012-7
GY,1.0
5.0 Amps
C2010-8
Sheet 57
GND
R,1.0
C2696-1
RELAY 4
Sheet 57 C2010-9
SPL5-CAP/AU
VBATT
B,1.0
C1323-1
C1323-2
B,1.0
Capacitor
SPL6-CAP/AU
GY,1.0 C0747-5 GY,1.0
C0747-12 B,1.0
Earth-Automatic Transmission
C0932-16
GROUND
C0932-9
VIGN
C2695-1
C0747-11 B,1.0
Earth-Automatic Transmission
SPL4-GND/AU
P9,30,38
B,1.0
C0932-13
GROUND
Figure 1. Battery Charging Circuit and Transmission Power Supply
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1793
Fault Code Definition
P1793 - Battery voltage too low - below 7 volts
Auti Transmission Only.
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp
P1793 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and record all logged DTCs.
Ensure that P1793 is logged.
2.
Key on, start the engine. Run the engine at
approximately 2000rpm and switch on the headlamps. Measure the battery voltage from the Jump
Start terminal to chassis ground.
The battery charge voltage
approximately 13.8 volts.
should
be
If the charge voltage is about 13.8 volts, go to
step 3.
If the charge voltage is too low, service the
charging system as necessary. Clear the P1793
code and repeat the charging voltage check. to
ensure that the problem is resolved.
3.
Check the vehicle history for other indications of
undercharging (Undervoltage message on instrument panel and possible dim tungsten filament
bulbs).
If there is no history of undervoltage effects, go to
step 4.
If there is a history of undervoltage effects, rerun
the checks in step 2 several times checking for
intermittent open or short circuit porblems.
Service the wiring as necessary and run a KOER
test to ensure that the porblem is resolved.
4.
Service the charging system as necessary. Clear
the P1793 code and run a KOER test to ensure
that the problemn is resolved.
5.
If the charging circuit is serviceable, access the
transmission connector C0932 and check for +12
volts between C0932-14 and C0932-13 on the
harness connector with the ignition on. Repeat
the check from C0932-14 to C0932-16 to confirm that both ground connections are good.
If any defect is identified, service the circuit as
necessary and retest to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
April 2004
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1794
P1794 - Battery Voltage tooHigh
Starter Motor
Earth via
fixings (E110)
C0046-B
electronics CUT OFF
Hall
GND
Sensor
C1271-1
STARTER
C1271-3
VIGN
C1271-6
C1271-5
B,50.0
B+
Engine Bay
Dirty Feed
Power
B,50.0
B,50.0
BDS Power
C2607-1
C0046-A
B,50.0
C1893-1
MOTOR
Switch-Battery Disconnect
18 Ohm
Coil
Alternator / Generator
C0178-1
B,50.0
B,50.0
SPL - TPIECE
DIRTY FEED STUD
ENGINE BAY
Terminal
Jump Start
B,50.0
C2307-1
SPL - TPIECE
12.0 Volts
C0192-1
Battery
C0045-1
B,50.0
C1661-1
C1661
EARTH BODY
Module-Automatic Transmission
Boot Fusebox
Sheet 57 C2609-1 VBATT
F12
C2013-7
R,1.0
20.0 Amps
VIGN
F15
C2012-7
GY,1.0
5.0 Amps
C2010-8
Sheet 57
GND
R,1.0
C2696-1
RELAY 4
Sheet 57 C2010-9
SPL5-CAP/AU
VBATT
B,1.0
C1323-1
C1323-2
B,1.0
Capacitor
SPL6-CAP/AU
GY,1.0 C0747-5 GY,1.0
C0747-12 B,1.0
Earth-Automatic Transmission
C0932-16
GROUND
C0932-9
VIGN
C2695-1
C0747-11 B,1.0
Earth-Automatic Transmission
SPL4-GND/AU
P9,30,38
B,1.0
C0932-13
GROUND
Figure 1. Battery Charging Circuit and Transmission Power Supply
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1794
Fault Code Definition
P1794 - Battery voltage too high - above 16 volts
Auto Transmission only.
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp
P1794 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and record all logged DTCs.
Ensure that P1794 is logged.
2.
Key on, start the engine. Run the engine at
approximately 2000rpm and switch on the headlamps. Measure the battery voltage from the Jump
Start terminal to chassis ground.
The battery charge voltage
approximately 13.8 volts.
should
be
If the charge voltage is about 13.8 volts, go to
step 3.
If the charge voltage is too high, around 16 volts,
service the charging system as necessary. Clear
the P1794 code and repeat the charging voltage
check. to ensure that the problem is resolved.
3.
Check the vehicle history for other indications of
overcharging (Overvoltage message on instrument panel and possible frequent failure of tungsten filament bulbs).
If there is no history of overvoltage effects, go to
step 4.
If there is a history of overvoltage effects, rerun
the checks in step 2 several times checking for
intermittent open or short circuit porblems.
Service the wiring as necessary and run a KOER
test to ensure that the porblem is resolved.
4.
Service the charging system as necessary. Clear
the P1794 code and run a KOER test to ensure
that the problemn is resolved.
5.
If the charging circuit is serviceable, access the
transmission connector C0932 and check for +12
volts between C0932-14 and C0932-13 on the
harness connector with the ignition on. Repeat
the check from C0932-14 to C0932-16 to confirm that both ground connections are good.
If any defect is identified, service the circuit as
necessary and retest to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
April 2004
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1796
P1796 - CAN Timeout TCM CAN Driver
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1796
Fault Code Definition
P1796 CAN Timeout, TCM CAN Driver.
MIL Status
This codes will light the MIL lamp.
Fault Analysis For P1796
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P1796 is
logged.
2.
Analyse the problem using the High Speed CAN
Bus fault analysis procedure in the introduction
section of this manual.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1797
P1797 - CAN Timeout Engine Management System
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April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1797
Fault Code Definition
P1797 CAN Timeout, lost contact with the Engine Management System
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp.
Fault Analysis For P1797
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P1797 is
logged.
2.
Analyse the problem using the High Speed CAN
Bus fault analysis procedure in the introduction
section of this manual.
April 2004
2-283
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1798, P1799
P1798, P1799 - CAN-TCM-CEM-DIM-ABS Circuit malfunction
2-284
April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1798, P1799
Fault Code Definition
P1798 CAN-TCM-CEM-DIM circuit malfunction.
P1799 CAN-TCM-ABS circuit malfunction.
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp.
P1798, P1799 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P1798 or
P1799 is logged.
2.
Analyse the problem using the High Speed CAN
Bus and Low Speed CAN BUS fault analysis procedures in the introduction section of this manual.
April 2004
2-285
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1920
P1920 - Engine Overspeed
Figure 1. Instrument Pack Communications Circuit
2-286
April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1920
Fault Code Definition
P1920 - This code indicates that the engine speed
has exceeded the maximum limit.
Note: This code may be logged if the vehicle has been
subject to any of the following conditions:
Excessive wheel slip on ice, snow, etc.
Excessive engine RPM in neutral
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp
P1920 Fault Analysis
CAUTION: This code may be generated in the
Primary Powertrain Control Module (PCM) only.
Check that you are working on the correct half of
the engine.
Note: This code is included to indicate that the
driver has reached the engine rev limit. There may
be a complaint of misfiring at high engine speed.
This code gives the dealer an explanation for the
customers perceived misfire when no misfire
codes are logged.
1.
Connect the WDS. Record the logged DTCs and
then reset the PCM.
2.
Check the vehicle history for evidence of hard
driving or similar operation of the engine to its
limits.
If there is evidence of operating the vehicle to its
limits, reset the PCM and run the engine. Briefly
accelerate the engine to about 6000 rpm and let
it return to idle. Accelerate the engine to about
6000 rpm again and let it return to idle.
Check for logged DTCs.
If P1920 is not logged again, there is no evident
engine fault. Testing is complete.
April 2004
2-287
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1934
P1934 - Wheel Speed Signal Failure
Figure 1. Wheel Speed Sensor Locationt
2-288
April 2004
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1934
Fault Code Definition
P1934 - Wheel speed signal failure - Sensor short
circuit or plausibility error.
If any of the above codes is logged, service the
sensor or wiring as necessary. Clear the logged
DTC in the primary PCM and run a brief road test
to ensure that the problem is resolved.
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp
P1934 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and record all logged DTCs.
Ensure that P1934 is logged.
2.
Raise the vehicle on a ‘wheels free’ ramp. Set the
datalogger to monitor all wheel speed sensor signals.
3.
Ignition on. Spin each wheel and check for a corresponding wheel speed signal from each wheel
in turn as it is rotated.
If all wheel speed signals are correct, go to step 4.
If any wheel speed signal is missing/defective,
service the sensor and wiring as necessary. Clear
the fault code and run the sensor check agan to
ensure that the problem is resolved.
4.
Physically examine all wheel speed sensor wiring
for signs of trapping, wear, chafing, etc.
If no defects are identified, go to step 5.
If any defect is identified, service the wiring as
necessary. Clear the P1934 code and run a brief
road test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
5.
Using the WDS, access the ABS controller. Read
all logged fault codes and check for the following:
Code
Sensor
Fault
0010
Front Left
Short Circuit
0020
Front Right Short Circuit
0030
Rear Left
Short Circuit
0040
Rear Right
Short Circuit
If none of the above codes are logged, the cause
of the P1934 is not present at this time. Clear the
logged DTC from the primary PCM and run a
road test to ensure that no faults remain in the
ABS system.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1935
P1935 - Invalid Brake Signal
Stop Lamp Switch
Figure 1. Brake Pedal Switch Location
Central Electronic
Module
BRAKE SWITCH (I)
C0586-41 R,0.5
Switch-Brake Pedal
F57
1
15.0 Amps
C0586-28 W,0.5
SPL10-VBATT/CA
W,0.5 C0075-A(1) BOO (LAMPS) C0075-D(4)
W,0.5 C0075-B(2)
BPS ON/OFF
C0075-C(3)
R,0.5
SPL9-BOO/CA
P34,39
C2242-10
SPL35R,0.5 BOO/EN R,0.5
C2242-9
UK,0.5
Primary PCM
C0635-8G
UK,0.5 C0635-7G
BOO (I)
BPS (I)
SPL34-BPS/EN
Secondary PCM
Switch-Manual Handbrake
C0584-1
R,0.5
R,0.5
C0638-8G
UK,0.5
C0638-7G
C0648-1
MANUAL PARK BRAKE (I)
Handbrake On
= Closed
BOO (I)
BPS (I)
Figure 2. Brake Pedal Circuit
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P1935
Fault Code Definition
P1935 - Invalid brake signal.
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp.
P1935 Fault Analysis
CAUTION: This code may be generated only in
the Primary Powertrain Control Module (PCM).
Check that you are working on the correct half of
the engine.
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that a P1935 code
is logged . Clear the P1935 code.
2.
Install the breakout box to the PCM in which the
P1935 was logged.
3.
Brake Pedal Switch (BPS) - Monitor the Brake
Pedal Switch signal at either C0635-7 (primary) or
C0638-7 (secondary). Press the brake pedal. The
BPS signal should switch from 12 to 0 volts when
the pedal is pressed and return to 12 volts when
the brake pedal is released.
If the signal switches correctly from 12 - 0 - 12
volts when the brake pedal is pressed and
released, the fault is not present at this time.
Check
the
connectors
for
intermittent
connections, loose pins, etc. Service the circuit as
necessary. Repeat the voltage check to ensure
that the problem is resolved.
If the BPS signal does not switch to 0 volts when
the brake pedal is pressed, go to step 4.
4.
Ignition off. Complete a continuity check from
PCM pin C0635-7 (or C0638-7), through the
brake switch to Central Electronic Module pin
C0586-28. Press and release the brake pedal.
Continuity should be broken when the brake
pedal is pressed.
If continuity is good but the signal does not go
open circuit when the brake pedal is pressed,
service/adjust the brake switch as necessary.
Clear the P1935 code and retest the circuit to
ensure that the problem is resolved.
April 2004
2-291
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P2105
P2105 - Throttle Actuator Control System
Figure 1. PCM Location
2-292
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P2105
Fault Code Definition
P2105 - Throttle Actuator Control System - Forced
shutdown.
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp.
P2105 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and check that P2105 is
logged. Note which PCM has recorded the fault.
Note all other fault codes and resolve all other
problems first. Retest to check if P2105 is logged
again.
This code indicates an internal PCM fault.
2.
Check that the latest level of PCM hardware is fitted and that it is flashed with the latest level of
software. Reflash the PCM if necessary.
3.
Run a road test including a wide range of throttle
actuations.
4.
If the P2105 recurs, contact Aston Martin Technical Support.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P2106
P2106 - Throttle Actuator Control System
MAF/IAT Sensor
Crank Sensor
Crank Sensor
Throttle Potentiometer
Figure 1. Throttle Pedal Position Sensor Circuit
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P2106
Fault Code Definition
P2106 - Throttle Actuator Control System - Forced
limited power. Sensor fault.
MIL Status
If the throttle plate movement does accurately follow the pedal movement, the cause of the P2106
code is not present at this time. Clear the logged
DTCs and run an extended road test to find the
cause of the problem. If the problem recurs, repeat
this procedure from step 1 to resolve it.
This code will light the MIL lamp.
P2106 Fault Analysis
Note: This code will be set if one or more of the PCM
sensor inputs is faulty and prevents correct operation of
the throttle actuation system.
1.
Connect the WDS and check that P2106 is
logged. Note which PCM has recorded the fault.
Note all other fault codes and resolve all other
problems first. Return to this procedure only if
P2106 is logged again after clearing all other
faults.
2.
Install the breakout box to the PCM logging the
P2106 code.
3.
Using datalogger or direct measurement, check
the following inputs to the affected PCM:
MAF - 0.5v at idle, rising with engine revs
TP - APP1 4.4v at idle, falling to 0.7v as throttle
opens. APP2 0.7v, rising to 4.4v as throttle opens
CKP - regular pulses, 35 per engine rev then 1
missed pulse then repeat the sequence.
TSS - (Auto only) One pulse per engine rev.
OSS - (Auto only) One pulse per output shaft rev.
If no fault is detected, go to step 4.
If any fault is detected in these checks, service the
sensor as necessary. Clear the P2106 code and
run a KOER test to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
4.
On the suspect engine bank, disconnect the air
trunking from the throttle body. Switch on the
ignition and observe the throttle movement whilst
a colleague presses and releases the throttle pedal
several times.
If the throttle plate does not accurately follow the
pedal movement, service the throttle body or
throttle motor circuit as necessary. Clear the
P2106 code and run a KOER test to ensure that
the problem is resolved.
April 2004
2-295
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P2107
P2107 - Throttle Actuator Control System
Figure 1. PCM Location
2-296
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P2107
Fault Code Definition
P2107 - Throttle Actuator Control System - Selftest failed.
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp.
P2107 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and check that P2107 is
logged. Note which PCM has recorded the fault.
2.
Check the basic power and ground supplies to
the affected PCM: (See the circuit diagram on the
facing page.
If the power and ground supplies are good, go to
step 3.
If any power or ground supply is suspect, service
the supply as necessary. Clear the P2107 code
and run a KOER test to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
3.
Replace the PCM and run a KOER test to ensure
that the problem is resolved.
4.
Run a drive cycle to complete the adaptive learning in the new engine controller.
April 2004
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P2111/P2112
P2111/P2112 - Throttle Actuator Control System
Throttle Body
Throttle Motor and
Throttle Potentiometer
Figure 1. Throttle Body Location
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P2111/P2112
Fault Code Definition
P2111 - Throttle Actuator Control System - Throttle stuck open
P2112 - Throttle Actuator Control System - Throttle stuck closed.
MIL Status
If a fault is detected, service the throttle system as
necessary. Clear the fault code and run a KOER
test to ensure that the prblem is resolved.
6.
Check the PCM hardware and software levels.
Replace or reflash as necessary to ensure the latest levels. Run a KOER test to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
If P2111 or P2112 is logged again, contact Aston
Martin Technical Support.
These codes will light the MIL lamp.
P2111/P2112 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and check that P2111 or
P2112 is logged. Note all logged DTCs and also
note which PCM has recorded the P2111/P2112
fault.
2.
Disconnect the air trunking from both throttle
bodies. Ignition on. Observe the throttle plates
whilst a colleague presses and releases the throttle pedal several times.
If the throttle plates do accurately follow pedal
movement, go to step 3.
If either throttle plate does not accurately follow
pedal movement, go to step 4.
3.
Check the security and connections of the throttle
position sensor on the affected engine bank.
If the sensor is loose or poorly connected, service
as necessary. Clear the fault code and run a KOER
test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
If the sensor is correctly mounted and connected,
go to step 5.
4.
Swap the throttle bodies bank to bank and repeat
the throttle movement test.
If the fault swaps to the other engine bank,
replace the faulty throttle body. Clear the fault
code and run a KOER test to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
If the fault remains on the same engine bank,
service the throttle harness as necessary. Clear the
fault code and run a KOER test to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
5.
Using datalogger, monitor the TP and throttle
motor drive signals for both engine banks during
a KOER test.
If no fault is detected, go to step 6.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P2121 to P2129
P2121 - P2129 - Throttle Pedal Position Sensor
RHD
LHD
Throttle
Pedal
Potentiometers
Figure 1. Throttle Pedal Position Sensor Location
Primary PCM
Sensor-Pedal Position A (Primary)
APP2 RTN
APP2 BVREF
APP2
APP1 RTN
APP1 BVREF
APP1
C1589-3
BG,0.5
C2243-9
BG,0.5
C0635-18G
C1589-7
UW,0.5
C2243-10
UW,0.5
C0635-16G
C1589-6
SW,0.5
C2243-11
SW,0.5
C0635-17G
C1589-5
B,0.5
C2243-12
B,0.5
C0635-6G
C1589-1
OS,0.5
C2243-13
OS,0.5
C0635-4G
C1589-2
SB,0.5
C2243-14
SB,0.5
C0635-5G
APP2 BVREF
APP2
AAP1 RTN
APP1 BVREF
APP1
APP2 (I)
APP1 RTN
APP1 BVREF
APP1 (I)
Secondary PCM
Sensor-Pedal Position B (Secondary)
APP2 RTN
APP2 RTN
APP2 BVREF
C0787-3
BG,0.5
C2243-3
BG,0.5
C0638-18G
C0787-7
UW,0.5
C2243-4
UW,0.5
C0638-16G
C0787-6
SW,0.5
C2243-5
SW,0.5
C0638-17G
C0787-5
B,0.5
C2243-6
B,0.5
C0638-6G
C0787-1
OS,0.5
C2243-7
OS,0.5
C0638-4G
C0787-2
SB,0.5
C2243-8
SB,0.5
C0638-5G
APP2 RTN
APP2 BVREF
APP2 (I)
APP1 RTN
APP1 BVREF
APP1 (I)
Figure 2. Throttle Pedal Position Sensor Circuits
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P2121 to P2129
Fault Code Definition
Primary PCM - APP2 - C0635-17 ref APP2 rtn
C0635-18
P2121 - PPS1 Range/Performance
P2122 - PPS1 circuit low input
P2123 - PPS1 high input
P2124 - PPS1 circuit intermittent
P2126 - PPS2 Range/Performance
P2127 - PPS2 circuit low input
P2128 - PPS2 high input
P2129 - PPS2 circuit intermittent
MIL Status
These codes will not light the MIL lamp.
Secondary PCM - APP1 - C0638-5 ref APP1 rtn
C0638-6
Secondary PCM - APP2 - C0638-17 ref APP2 rtn
C0638-18
If any signal does not respond correctly to throttle
pedal movements, service the signal return line as
necessary. Clear the fault code and run a brief
road test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
5.
Check the BVREF supplies at the following pints:
Primary PCM
APP1 BVREF C0635-4 to C0635-6
P2121 - P2129 Fault Analysis
1.
2.
3.
Connect the WDS and record all logged DTCs.
Ensure that a code in the range P2121 - P2129 is
logged and note which PCM has recorded the
fault.
Set datalogger to monitor the pedal position sensor votages at the affected PCM.
Check the voltage level of the APP (accelerator
pedal position) signals at the following points referenced to chassis ground.
Primary PCM - APP1 - C0635-5
Primary PCM - APP2 - C0635-17
Secondary PCM - APP1 - C0638-5
APP2 BVREF C0635-16 to C0635-18
Secondary PCM
APP1 BVREF C0638-4 to C0638-6
APP2 BVREF C0638-16 to C0638-18
If any voltage is less than 5 volts, service the
circuit as necessary, checking particularly for
partial short circuits to ground. Clear the fault
code and run a brief road test to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
If no open circuit is detected, clear the P2101/2/3
code and conduct an extended road test to ensure
that the throttle control circuit is totally serviceable.
Secondary PCM - APP2 - C0638-17
APP1 should read 4v at idle and 0.5v at full
throttle
APP2 should read 1.0v at idle and 3.5v at full
throttle.
If the signals remain at 0v, go to step 5.
If the signals respond normally to throttle
movement, go to step 4.
If any signal does not change or fails to change
over the full range, service the circuit as
necessary. Clear the fault code and run a brief
road test to ensure that the problem is resolved
4.
Repeat the voltage check from step 3 but use the
signal return lines as a reference for each signal.
Primary PCM - APP1 - C0635-5 ref APP1 rtn
C0635-6
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P2135
P2135 - Throttle Pedal Position Sensor
RHD
LHD
Throttle
Pedal
Potentiometers
Figure 1. Throttle Position Sensor Location
Primary PCM
Sensor-Pedal Position A (Primary)
APP2 RTN
APP2 BVREF
APP2
APP1 RTN
APP1 BVREF
APP1
C1589-3
BG,0.5
C2243-9
BG,0.5
C0635-18G
C1589-7
UW,0.5
C2243-10
UW,0.5
C0635-16G
C1589-6
SW,0.5
C2243-11
SW,0.5
C0635-17G
C1589-5
B,0.5
C2243-12
B,0.5
C0635-6G
C1589-1
OS,0.5
C2243-13
OS,0.5
C0635-4G
C1589-2
SB,0.5
C2243-14
SB,0.5
C0635-5G
APP2 BVREF
APP2
AAP1 RTN
APP1 BVREF
APP1
APP2 (I)
APP1 RTN
APP1 BVREF
APP1 (I)
Secondary PCM
Sensor-Pedal Position B (Secondary)
APP2 RTN
APP2 RTN
APP2 BVREF
C0787-3
BG,0.5
C2243-3
BG,0.5
C0638-18G
C0787-7
UW,0.5
C2243-4
UW,0.5
C0638-16G
C0787-6
SW,0.5
C2243-5
SW,0.5
C0638-17G
C0787-5
B,0.5
C2243-6
B,0.5
C0638-6G
C0787-1
OS,0.5
C2243-7
OS,0.5
C0638-4G
C0787-2
SB,0.5
C2243-8
SB,0.5
C0638-5G
APP2 RTN
APP2 BVREF
APP2 (I)
APP1 RTN
APP1 BVREF
APP1 (I)
Figure 2. Throttle Pedal Position Sensor Circuits
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P2135
Fault Code Definition
P2135 Throttle Pedal Position Sensor Voltage Correlation.
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp.
P2135 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and record all logged DTCs.
Ensure that code P2135 is logged and note which
PCM has recorded the fault.
2.
Using datalogger, record the throttle potentiometer signals for the affected engine bank. During a
KOEO test, open and close the throttles several
times. Compare the recorded data with the following specification.
The TP signals should change within the range
0.25 - 4.75 volts.
The voltage rise in one TP signal should be
synchronised with an equal voltage fall in the
other TP signal.
Neither TP signal should exhibit transient spikes
or other abnormalities.
If both signals meet the above specification, go to
step 3.
If either signal fails to meet the above
specification, Service the potentiometer or circuit
as necessary, Clear the P2135 code and run a
KOER test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
3.
Set datalogger to record the throttle potentiometer signals for the affected engine bank. Take the
vehicle on an extended road test. Use the ‘Road
Test Mode’ to safely switch on and off the datalogger during the test. Compare the recorded data
with the above specification looking for signs of
intermittent faults.
If any fault is indicated, service the potentiometer
or circuit as necessary. Clear the P2135 code and
run a KOER test to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
If no fault is indicated, the cause of the P2135
code is not present at this time and testing is
complete.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P2138
P2138 - Throttle Position Sensor
RHD
LHD
Throttle
Pedal
Potentiometers
Figure 1. Throttle Pedal Position Sensor Location
Primary PCM
Sensor-Pedal Position A (Primary)
APP2 RTN
APP2 BVREF
APP2
APP1 RTN
APP1 BVREF
APP1
C1589-3
BG,0.5
C2243-9
BG,0.5
C0635-18G
C1589-7
UW,0.5
C2243-10
UW,0.5
C0635-16G
C1589-6
SW,0.5
C2243-11
SW,0.5
C0635-17G
C1589-5
B,0.5
C2243-12
B,0.5
C0635-6G
C1589-1
OS,0.5
C2243-13
OS,0.5
C0635-4G
C1589-2
SB,0.5
C2243-14
SB,0.5
C0635-5G
C0787-3
BG,0.5
C2243-3
BG,0.5
C0638-18G
C0787-7
UW,0.5
C2243-4
UW,0.5
C0638-16G
APP2 BVREF
APP2
C0787-6
SW,0.5
C2243-5
SW,0.5
C0638-17G
AAP1 RTN
C0787-5
B,0.5
C2243-6
B,0.5
C0638-6G
APP1 BVREF
C0787-1
OS,0.5
C2243-7
OS,0.5
C0638-4G
C0787-2
SB,0.5
C2243-8
SB,0.5
C0638-5G
APP1
APP2 (I)
APP1 RTN
APP1 BVREF
APP1 (I)
Secondary PCM
Sensor-Pedal Position B (Secondary)
APP2 RTN
APP2 RTN
APP2 BVREF
APP2 RTN
APP2 BVREF
APP2 (I)
APP1 RTN
APP1 BVREF
APP1 (I)
Figure 2. Throttle Pedal Position Sensor Circuits
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P2138
Fault Code Definition
P2138 Throttle Pedal Position Sensor PPS1 v PPS2
Voltage Correlation.
P2139 Throttle Pedal Position Sensor PPS1 v PPS2
Voltage Correlation.
If any signal is out of range, service the pedal
sensors as necessary. Clear the fault code and
retest to ensure that the problem is resolved.
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp.
P2138 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and record all logged DTCs.
Ensure that code P2138 or P2139 is logged and
note which PCM has recorded the fault.
2.
Fit the breakout box to the affected PCM.
3.
Ignition on. Check that the BVREF signal to each
throttle potentiometer is within the range 4.5 5.5 volts measured at the following pins reference
to chassis ground:
Primary PCM C0635-4 and C0635-16
Secondary PCM C0638-4 and C0638-16
If BVREF is in specification, go to step 4.
If any BVREF signal is out of range, troubleshoot
the power supplies to the PCMs. Clear the P2138
or P2139 code and run a KOER test to ensure that
the problem is resolved.
4.
Using datalogger, measure each Pedal Position
signal at the following points. The signals should
be x volts throttle closed, rising to y volts throttle
open:
Primary PCM
APP1 C0635-5 to C0635-6
APP2 C0635-17 to C0635-18
Secondary PCM
APP1 C0638-5 to C0638-6
APP2 C0638-17 to C0638-18
APP1 should read 4v at idle and 0.5v at full
throttle
APP2 should read 1.0v at idle and 3.5v at full
throttle.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P2162
P2162 - Vehicle Speed Sensors A-B Correlation
U,3.0
ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Circuits
C0501-1
U,3.0 C0501-32
U,0.5
C0501-4
Module-ABS
BATT FEED
R/L/GND
R/L/SIG
C0144-1
C0746-4
C0502-2
C0501-36
C2410-8
C0144-2
C0746-5
C0502-1
YG,05
C0501-42
C2410-9
C0144-3
C0746-6
C0503-2
C0501-43
C0144-7
C0746-7
C0503-1
IGN FEED
R/R/SIG
C2410-10
Sensor-Rear ABS-RH
WG,05
Primary PCM
+
Sensor-Front ABS-RH
C0634-14G
RN,05
SPL39-CAN/EN
CAN HS-
F/R/SIG
WR,05
C0517-2
C0501-34
NR,05
C0517-1
C0501-46
W,05
C0516-2
C0501-45
N,05
C0516-1
+
Sensor-Front ABS-LH
F/L/GND
F/L/SIG
C2245-22
C2411-8
RB,05 C0501-11 CAN HS+
C2245-11
C2411-7
RN,05
C0501-15
SPL43-CAN/EN
CAN HS-
+
120 Ohms
C0637-26G
CAN HS-
C0501-33
CAN HS-
RB,05
RN,05
C0637-14G
SPL37-CAN/EN
SPL42-CAN/EN
Secondary PCM
F/R/GND
CAN HS+
RB,05
C0634-26G
CAN HS+
+
WU,05
BATT FEED
R/R/GND
CAN HS+
Sensor-Rear ABS-LH
YU,05
C0501-37
C2410-7
VSS Speed Sensor Circuits
Sensor-Vehicle Speed (Automatic)
VSSVSS+
C0195-1G
BU,05
C0195-2G
NU,05
Sensor-Vehicle Speed (Manual)
VSSVSS+
Primary PCM
SPL21-VSS/EN
C1561-1G
BU,05
C1561-2G
NU,05
BU,05
C0746-8
BU,05
C0109-13
BU,05
C2242-18
BU,05
BU,05
C0635-33G
NU,05
C0746-9
NU,05
C0109-14
NU,05
C2242-19
NU,05
NU,05
C0635-32G
BU,05
C0638-33G
NU,05
C0638-32G
SPL22-VSS/EN
VSS- (I)
VSS+ (I)
Secondary PCM
VSS- (I)
VSS+ (I)
Figure 1. Throttle Position Sensor Circuit
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P2162
Fault Code Definition
P2162 Vehicle speed sensor A-B correlation.
MIL Status
This code will not light the MIL lamp.
P2162 Fault Analysis
Note: The vehicle speed may be derived from the
wheel speed sensors or from the vehicle speed sensors
in the gearbox (manual cars) or in the differential unit
(auto cars). P2162 detects that an unacceptable difference is found when comparing the two speed signals
1.
Connect the WDS and record all logged DTCs.
Ensure that code P2162 is logged.
2.
Set datalogger to monitor and compare the vehicle speed signals from the wheel speed sensors
and from the vehicle speed sensors.
3.
Run a brief road test and log both vehicle speed
signals. Stop the test and compare the results with
the actual speeds achieved during the test. One
speed signal source will be obviously incorrect.
4.
Service the relavent circuit and repeat the comparison test to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P2195/96/97/98, P2270/71/72/73
P2195/96/97/98, P2270/71/72/73 - Oxygen Sensors
Heated Oxygen Sensor 1-1
Heated Oxygen Sensor 2-2
Heated Oxygen Sensor 2-1
Heated Oxygen Sensor 1-2
Figure 1. Oxygen Sensor Location
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P2195/96/97/98, P2270/71/72/73
Fault Code Definition
P2195
P2196
P2197
P2198
P2270
P2271
P2272
P2273
O2 sensor 1-1 Signal stuck lean.
O2 sensor 1-1 Signal stuck rich.
O2 sensor 2-1 Signal stuck lean.
O2 sensor 2-1 Signal stuck rich.
O2 sensor 1-2 Signal stuck lean.
O2 sensor 1-2 Signal stuck rich.
O2 sensor 2-2 Signal stuck lean.
O2 sensor 2-2 Signal stuck rich.
Measure the continuity from the PCM connector
to the oxygen sensor connector for the signal and
signal return line of the suspect sensor.
If continuity is less than 5Ω, go to step 5.
If the continuity is more than 5Ω, repair the open
circuit and rerun the Quick Test (see Special Tests
in the introduction to this manual) to ensure that
the problem is resolved.
5.
PCM connected, Suspect oxygen sensor disconnected. Key on.
MIL Status
Measure the voltage from signal return to battery
negative at the HO2S connector.
These codes will light the MIL lamp.
Measure the voltage between the HO2S signal
and battery negative.
P2195/96/97/98, P2270/71/72/73 Fault Analysis
1.
2.
Connect the WDS and record all logged DTCs.
Note which code is logged. Also note which PCM
has recorded the fault.
If any reading is above 1.5 volts, go to step 6.
If any voltage readings is below 1.5 volts, replace
the affected sensor, reconnect all components.
Clear the fault code and run a KOER test to
ensure that the problem is resolved.
Check the exhaust system for leaks.
Check the HO2S wiring for crossed connections,
damaged pins or damaged harness.
Remove each oxygen sensor and check for contamination or damage. Service any defects identified.
6.
If any of the above DTCs are present, go to step 3.
If the resistance is less than 5.0Ω, go to step 7.
If the DTCs listed above are not present, the fault
is not present at this time and testing is complete.
If the resistance is more than 5.0Ω, replace the
PCM. Reconnect all components and run the
KOER Test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
Ignition off. Check the HO2S harness circuits for
shorts to power or to ground:
Disconnect the PCM
7.
Install a jumper lead from the HO2S signal terminal to the VPWR terminal at the HO2S connector.
Check for short circuits in each sensor wiring by
measuring resistance to ground and to
+5 and +12 volt supplies.
Key on. Monitor the HO2S signal using the WDS.
If each resistance is above 10kΩ, go to step 4.
If the signal voltage is above 1.5 volts, replace the
defective HO2S sensor. Reconnect all components. Complete a HO2S monitor drive cycle.
Run the KOER Test to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
If any resistance is below 10kΩ, repair the short
circuit. Clear the DTCs and run a KOER test to
ensure that the problem is resolved.
Check the continuity of the HO2S circuits:
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Apply 12 volts to the suspect HO2S circuit:
Key off. Disconnect the suspect HO2S connector.
Disconnect all suspect oxygen connectors.
4.
Check continuity of the HO2S ground circuit:
Key off. PCM disconnected. Measure the resistance between SIG RTN (Primary PCM pin
C0634-41 or Secondary PCM pin C0636-41) and
PWR GND (Primary PCM connector C0635 pins
10, 47, 48 and 49 or secondary PCM connector
C0638 pins 10, 47, 48 and 49).
Run the KOER Test and check for any of the above
DTCs.
3.
Check for overvoltage on the HO2S circuit:
8.
If the signal voltage is less than 1.5 volts, consult
Aston Martin Technical Support.
2-309
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P260F
P260F - Neural Net Processor Reports ROM Checksum Error
Figure 1. Powertrain Control Modules
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P260F
Fault Code Definition
P260F Neural net processor reports ROM checksum error
MIL Status
This code will light the MIL lamp.
P260F Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P260F is
logged.
2.
Check that the latest PCM hardware and software
is fitted.
If necessary, reflash the PCMs and then run a
KOER test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
If the P260F code is logged again, contact Aston
Martin Technical Support.
April 2004
2-311
Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P2706, P0770
P2706, P0770 - Shift Solenoids Open Circuit
Electronic Module
Hydraulic Module
Output Speed Sensor
Gearbox Temperature
Sensor
Turbine Speed Sensor
Suction Port
Discharge Port
Solenoid Valve 2
Position Switch
Figure 1. Mechatronic Unit
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P2706, P0770
Fault Code Definition
P2706
P0770
Shift solenoid F (MV2) open circuit
Shift solenoid E (MV1) open circuit
MIL Status
These codes will light the MIL lamp.
P2706, P0770 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P0770, or
P2706 is logged.
2.
Clear the logged codes. Start the engine.
3.
Press each of the gear selection (P, R, N, D) buttons in turn. Check that each switch telltale lamp
comes on, indicating that the selected gear mode
has been succesfully engaged.
4.
Check for logged DTCs. If any of the above codes
are logged again, replace the mechatronic unit.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P2763, P2764
P2763, P2764 - Torque Convertor Clutch Circuit Faults
Electronic Module
Hydraulic Module
Output Speed Sensor
Gearbox Temperature
Sensor
Turbine Speed Sensor
Suction Port
Discharge Port
Solenoid Valve 2
Position Switch
Figure 1. Mechatronic Unit
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P2763, P2764
Fault Code Definition
P2763 Torque convertor clutch circuit short to
supply
P2764 Torque convertor clutch solenoid short to
ground / open circuit
MIL Status
These codes will light the MIL lamp.
P2763, P2764 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P2763, or
P2764 is logged.
2.
Clear the fault code and run a brief road test. If
P2763, or P2764 is logged again, change the
mechatronic unit.
Run a brief road test to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P2779
P2779 -Downshift Circuit (Kickdown)
Primary PCM
Sensor-Pedal Position A (Primary)
APP2 RTN
APP2 BVREF
APP2
APP1 RTN
APP1 BVREF
APP1
C1589-3
BG,0.5
C2243-9
BG,0.5
C0635-18G
C1589-7
UW,0.5
C2243-10
UW,0.5
C0635-16G
C1589-6
SW,0.5
C2243-11
SW,0.5
C0635-17G
C1589-5
B,0.5
C2243-12
B,0.5
C0635-6G
C1589-1
OS,0.5
C2243-13
OS,0.5
C0635-4G
C1589-2
SB,0.5
C2243-14
SB,0.5
C0635-5G
APP2 BVREF
APP2
AAP1 RTN
APP1 BVREF
APP1
APP2 (I)
APP1 RTN
APP1 BVREF
APP1 (I)
Secondary PCM
Sensor-Pedal Position B (Secondary)
APP2 RTN
APP2 RTN
APP2 BVREF
C0787-3
BG,0.5
C2243-3
BG,0.5
C0638-18G
C0787-7
UW,0.5
C2243-4
UW,0.5
C0638-16G
C0787-6
SW,0.5
C2243-5
SW,0.5
C0638-17G
C0787-5
B,0.5
C2243-6
B,0.5
C0638-6G
C0787-1
OS,0.5
C2243-7
OS,0.5
C0638-4G
C0787-2
SB,0.5
C2243-8
SB,0.5
C0638-5G
APP2 RTN
APP2 BVREF
APP2 (I)
APP1 RTN
APP1 BVREF
APP1 (I)
Figure 1. Throttle Pedal Position Sensor Circuits
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P2779
Fault Code Definition
P2779 Downshift Circuit (Kickdown)
MIL Status
These codes will ot light the MIL lamp.
P2779 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P2779 is
logged.
2.
Set the datalogger to monitor all throttle pedal
position sensors.
Switch on the ignition and datalogger. Fully open
and close the throttle several times. (Ensure that
the pedal reaches its fully open stop position).
Switch off datalogger and the ignition. Examine
the TPPS signals.
If the signals accurately follow pedal movement,
go to step 3.
If any signal is suspect, service the sensors or
wiring as necessary and repeat the test to ensure
that the problemis resolved.
3.
Check the software level in th eTCM and PCMs
against that on the latest WDS disc.
If the vehicle software is not up to date, Reflash
the TCM and PCMs. Check that the DTC memory
is clear (apart from P1000). Repeat the throttle
position signal check to ensure that the problem
is resolved.
If the vehicle software is up to date, call Aston
Martin Technical Support.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P2800, P2801
P2800, P2801 - Gear Position Signal Error
Interface-Auto Switches
REV SIG RTN
REV SW2
REV SW1
REV TT/X
C2737-8
B,0.5
C2737-6
OW,0.5
C2737-5
OB,0.5
C2737-7
WP,0.5
Switch-Reverse
C0166-3
10 k Ohms
SW2
GND C0166-1
Primary PCM
C0634-28G
REV TT
OY,0.5
C2244-21
SPL1-DIMOUT/CA
PARK TT
PRND1
OY,0.5
C0467-21
OU,0.5
C0231-19
C0467-22
UG,0.5 C2244-22
UG,0.5
C0634-4G
UR,0.5
C2244-15
UR,0.5
GB,0.5
C2245-17
UG,0.5
C0634-29G
SW1
C0166-6
VIGN/X
TELLTALE
OY,0.5
C0166-5
TT
OU,0.5
C0166-4
LOCATE ILLUMINATION
BA ILL.
SPL1-BA.ILL/FA
C0634-45G
PRND2
OU,0.5
4.7 k Ohms
C0166-2
560 Ohms
Interface-Auto Switches
PRND2
PRND1
VIGN.
2 STAGE ILL.
BVREF
GND
PARK TT/X
PARK SW2
PARK SW1
PARK SIG RTN
C2737-22
UG,0.5
C1184-19
UG,0.5
C2737-21
UR,0.5
C0223-12
UR,0.5
C2737-17
WP,0.5
C2737-18
Y,0.5
C2737-19
YR,0.75
SPL35-VIGN/FA
Switch-Park
SPL28-2ILL/FA
OU,0.5
SPL32-BVREF/FA
C2736-4
BA ILL.
LOCATE ILLUMINATION
560 Ohms
C2737-20
B,0.75
UG,0.5
C2736-5
TT
C2737-11
WP,0.5
WP,0.5
C2736-6
VIGN/X
C2737-10
RW,0.5
RW,0.5
C2736-3
SW2
C2737-9
RB,0.5
RB,0.5
C2736-2
SW1
C2737-12
B,0.5
SPL9-GND/FA
TELLTALE
10 k Ohms
C2736-1
GND
4.7 k Ohms
Switch-Neutral
YW,0.5
C2359-3
SW2
YB,0.5
C2359-2
SW1
OU,0.5
C2359-4 BA. ILL
B,0.5
10 k Ohms
GND C2359-1
Interface-Auto Switches
NEUT SIG RTN
NEUT SW2
NEUT SW1
NEUT TT/X
DRIVE SIG RTN
DRIVE SW2
DRIVE SW1
DRIVE TT/X
C2737-1
B,0.5
C2737-3
YW,0.5
C2737-2
YB,0.5
C2737-4
WP,0.5
C2737-16
B,0.5
C2737-14
UW,0.5
C2737-13
UB,0.5
C2737-15
WP,0.5
SPL1-BA.ILL/FA
UW,0.5
DRIVE TT
NEUTRAL TT
C0634-32G
UY,0.5
TELLTALE
TT C2359-5
B,0.5
10 k Ohms
C2735-3 SW2
GND C2735-1
SPL1-BA.ILL/FA
YW,0.5
C2359-6
LOCATE ILLUMINATION
560 Ohms
VIGN/X
Switch-Drive
Primary PCM
C0634-17G
WP,0.5
4.7 k Ohms
C2244-16
YW,0.5
C1167-1
YW,0.5
C2244-14
RW,0.5
C0047-14
4.7 k Ohms
UB,0.5
C2735-2 SW1
OU,0.5
C2735-4 BA ILL.
WP,0.5
C2735-6
560 Ohms
VIGN/X
C2735-5
TT
LOCATE ILLUMINATION
TELLTALE
RW,0.5
Figure 1. Reverse, Park, Neutral and Drive Switch Circuits.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P2800, P2801
Fault Code Definition
interface box. Service the BVREF and SIGRTN circuits as necessary. Repeat the voltage checks to
ensure that the problem is resolved.
P2800 - Shift by Wire Transmission PRND button
circuiut fault (logged in PCM)
If no fault is found with the BVREF and SIGRTN
lines, then check the continuity of the PRND1
and PRND2 signal lines. Service the wiring as
necessary. Clear the fault code and run a KOER
test including changes of gear to all modes to
ensure that the problem is resolved.
P2801 - Shift by Wire Transmission PRND button
circuiut fault (logged in TCM)
This is a MIL code.
4.
P2800, P2801 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P2800 or
P2801 is logged.
2.
With the ignition on, press and release the ‘P, R,
N and D’ buttons in turn.
If the lamp in each button illuminates, the circuit
to the Auto Switch Interface Unit, the PCM and
the TCM is serviceable. Go to step 3.
If PRND 1 or PRND 2 change when any single
button is pressed, but the voltages do not match
the PRND table, substitute each button in turn
with a new button and retest to ensure that the
PRND voltages are now correct.
IF the voltages are still not correct, check for
continuity/short circuit to power or ground from
each button to the interface box. Service any
identified faults and retest to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
If any one lamp does not illuminate when its button is pressed and released, perform continuity
checks on the wiring between the switch and
interface box. Also check continuity of the wiring
to the telltale lamp in the suspect switch. Service
the switch or circuits as necessary. Clear the fault
code and run a brief road test to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
3.
Using the WDS datalogger, monitor the PRND1
and PRND2 signals.
Key on. Press and release each switch in turn and
look for a corresponding change in the PRND signals.
Button
Pressed
PRND 1GND
PRND 2GND
PARK
0.45
2.26
NEUTRAL
1.08
2.26
DRIVE
1.74
2.26
REVERSE
2.16
2.26
NONE
2.62
3.71
If the PRND signal voltages are correct, the problem is not present at this time and testing is complete.
If the PRND signal voltages are not correct, if
either voltage does not change when any button
is pressed, check BVREF and SIG RTN at the
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P2805
P2805 -Position Information Fault on Serial Backup Line
Module-Automatic Transmission
Primary PCM
ISO-K (I)
C0635-3G
OP,0.5
C2245-14
OP,0.5
C0117-5
OP,0.5 C0747-8
OP,0.5
C0932-1
SER
Figure 1. Serial Backup Line Circuit
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P2805
Fault Code Definition
P2805 Position information fault on serial backup
line
P2805 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P2805 is
logged. Clear the logged fault code.
2.
Check continuity from transmission connector
C0932-1 to Primary PCM connector C0635-3.
If continuity is poor, service the circuit as necessary. Reconnect all components and run a KOEO
test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
If continuity is good, Check for votage and then
resistance from C0635-3 to ground.
If any short to supply or to ground is detected,
service the circuit as necessary and run a KOEO
test to ensure that the problem is resolved.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P2812, P2814, P2815
P2812, P2814, P2815 - Park Lock Solenoid Fault
Primary PCM
DRIVE TT (O)
NEUTRAL TT (O)
TIP DOWN (I)
BVREFC
Module-Automatic Transmission
TIP UP (I)
C0634-43G
PARKST (I)
RU,0.5
C2243-22
C0117-6
RU,0.5
C0747-9
RU,0.5 C0932-10
P-SIGNAL
SPL12-KOI/CA P9,70
Boot Fusebox
R,1.0
Sheet 57 C2609-1 VBATT
F12
C2013-7
R,1.0
20.0 Amps
Sheet 57 C2010-9
VIGN
F15
C2012-7
5.0 Amps
C2010-8
GND
Earth
B,1.0
GY,1.0
R,1.0
SPL5-CAP/AU
R,1.0
C2696-1
RELAY 4
C0747-6
C0932-14
VBATT
B,1.0
C1323-1
C1323-2
C0747-12 B,1.0
B,1.0
Capacitor
SPL6-CAP/AU
GY,1.0 C0747-5 GY,1.0
C0932-16
GROUND
C0932-9
VIGN
Sheet 57
C2695-1
Earth
B,1.0
C0747-11 B,1.0
SPL4-GND/AU
P9,30,38
B,1.0
C0932-13
GROUND
Figure 1. Park Status Circuit.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P2812, P2814, P2815
Fault Code Definition
P2812 Park Lock solenoid open circuit.
P2814 Park Lock solenoid short to ground/open
circuit.
P2815 Park lock solenoid short to supply.
P2814 Fault Analysis
1.
Connect the WDS and confirm that P2812,
P2814 or P2815 is logged. Clear the logged fault
code.
2.
Set datalogger to monitor the parklock status signal. Switch on the ignition. Select and deselect
Park several times. The PARKST signal should follow the changes in Park status.
If the signal does correctly follow changes in Park
status, repeat the test again to ensure that the
problem is no longer present.
If the signal does not change status, go to step 3.
3.
Check the emergency park release lever is in the
released position. Also check the emergency
release cable for jamming, stiff operation, etc.
If the emergency park release system operation is
suspect, Service the lever and cable as necessary.
Clear the fault code and retest to ensure that the
problem is resolved.
If the emergency park release system is operating
correctly, change the mechatronic unit. Clear the
fault code and retest to ensure that the problem is
resolved.
4.
If the fault code is logged agan, contact Aston
Martin Technical Support.
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
P2812, P2814, P2815
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