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CONTENTS
PRECAUTIONS .......................................................... 4
Precautions for Supplemental Restraint System
(SRS) “AIR BAG” and “SEAT BELT PRE-TENSIONER” .................................................................. 4
Precautions for work ................................................ 4
Wiring Diagnosis and Trouble Diagnosis ................. 4
PREPARATION ........................................................... 5
Special service tool .................................................. 5
Commercial Service Tool ......................................... 5
SQUEAK AND RATTLE TROUBLE DIAGNOSES..... 6
Work Flow ................................................................ 6
CUSTOMER INTERVIEW ..................................... 6
DUPLICATE THE NOISE AND TEST DRIVE ....... 7
CHECK RELATED SERVICE BULLETINS ........... 7
LOCATE THE NOISE AND IDENTIFY THE
ROOT CAUSE ...................................................... 7
REPAIR THE CAUSE ........................................... 7
CONFIRM THE REPAIR ....................................... 8
Generic Squeak and Rattle Troubleshooting ........... 8
INSTRUMENT PANEL .......................................... 8
CENTER CONSOLE ............................................. 8
DOORS ................................................................. 8
TRUNK .................................................................. 9
SUNROOF/HEADLINING ..................................... 9
OVERHEAD CONSOLE (FRONT AND REAR)..... 9
SEATS ................................................................... 9
UNDERHOOD ....................................................... 9
Diagnostic Worksheet ............................................ 10
HOOD ....................................................................... 12
Fitting Adjustment .................................................. 12
CLEARANCE AND SURFACE HEIGHT
ADJUSTMENT .................................................... 13
HOOD LOCK ADJUSTMENT ............................. 13
Removal and Installation of Hood Assembly .......... 14
Removal and Installation of Hood Lock Control ..... 15
REMOVAL ........................................................... 15
INSTALLATION ................................................... 16
Hood Lock Control Inspection ................................ 16
POWER DOOR LOCK SYSTEM .............................. 17
Component Parts and Harness Connector Location... 17
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WITHOUT AUTOMATIC SLIDING DOOR SYSTEM AND AUTOMATIC BACK DOOR SYSTEM... 18
WITH AUTOMATIC SLIDING DOOR SYSTEM
AND AUTOMATIC BACK DOOR SYSTEM ......... 19
OUTLINE ............................................................. 20
Schematic ............................................................... 21
WITHOUT AUTOMATIC SLIDING DOOR SYSTEM AND AUTOMATIC BACK DOOR SYSTEM... 21
WITH RIGHT HAND AUTOMATIC SLIDING
DOOR SYSTEM AND AUTOMATIC BACK
DOOR SYSTEM .................................................. 22
WITH RIGHT AND LEFT HAND AUTOMATIC
SLIDING DOOR SYSTEM AND AUTOMATIC
BACK DOOR SYSTEM ....................................... 23
Wiring Diagram -D/LOCK- ...................................... 24
WITHOUT AUTOMATIC SLIDING DOOR SYSTEM AND AUTOMATIC BACK DOOR SYSTEM... 24
WITH RIGHT HAND AUTOMATIC SLIDING
DOOR SYSTEM AND AUTOMATIC BACK
DOOR SYSTEM .................................................. 28
WITH RIGHT AND LEFT HAND AUTO SLIDE
DOOR CLOSURE AND AUTOMATIC BACK
DOOR SYSTEM .................................................. 32
Terminals and Reference Value for BCM ............... 36
Work Flow ............................................................... 36
CONSULT–II Function (BCM) ................................ 37
CONSULT–II INSPECTION PROCEDURE ......... 37
DATA MONITOR ................................................. 38
ACTIVE TEST ..................................................... 38
Trouble Diagnoses Symptom Chart ....................... 38
BCM Power Supply and Ground Circuit Check ...... 39
Door Switch Check (Without Automatic Back Door
System) .................................................................. 40
Door Switch Check (With Automatic Back Door System) ........................................................................ 42
Key Switch (Insert) Check ...................................... 44
Door Lock/Unlock Switch Check ............................ 45
Front Door Lock Assembly LH (Actuator) Check ... 47
Front Door Lock Actuator RH Check ...................... 49
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Door Lock Actuator Check (Sliding Door) ............... 50
Front Door Lock Assembly LH (Key Cylinder Switch)
Check ..................................................................... 51
REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM ..................... 53
Component Parts and Harness Connector Location... 53
System Description ................................................. 54
INPUTS ............................................................... 54
OPERATION PROCEDURE ................................ 55
CAN Communication System Description .............. 58
Schematic ............................................................... 59
Wiring Diagram — KEYLES— ................................ 60
FIG. 1 ................................................................... 60
FIG. 2 ................................................................... 61
FIG. 3 ................................................................... 62
Terminals and Reference Value for BCM ................ 63
Terminals and Reference Value for IPDM E/R ........ 64
CONSULT-II Function (BCM) .................................. 64
CONSULT-II Inspection Procedure ......................... 65
“MULTI REMOTE ENT” ....................................... 65
CONSULT-II Application Items ............................... 66
“MULTI REMOTE ENT” ....................................... 66
Trouble Diagnosis Procedure ................................. 68
Pre-Diagnosis Inspection ........................................ 68
BCM POWER SUPPLY AND GROUND CIRCUIT
INSPECTION ....................................................... 68
Trouble Diagnoses .................................................. 69
SYMPTOM CHART ............................................. 69
Key Switch Check ................................................... 71
Door Switch Check (Without Automatic Back Door
System) .................................................................. 72
Door Switch Check (With Automatic Back Door System) ........................................................................ 74
Keyfob Battery and Function Check ....................... 75
Remote Keyless Entry Receiver System Inspection... 77
ACC Power Check .................................................. 78
IPDM E/R Operation Check .................................... 79
Check Hazard Function .......................................... 79
Check Horn Function .............................................. 79
Check Headlamp Function ..................................... 79
Check Map Lamp and Ignition Key Illumination
Function .................................................................. 80
ID Code Entry Procedure ....................................... 81
KEYFOB ID SET UP WITH CONSULT-II ............ 81
KEYFOB ID SET UP WITHOUT CONSULT-II ..... 83
Keyfob Battery Replacement .................................. 84
AUTOMATIC SLIDING DOOR SYSTEM .................. 85
Component Parts and Harness Connector Location... 85
System Description ................................................. 86
OPERATION DESCRIPTION .............................. 86
SLIDING DOOR INITIALIZATION PROCEDURE... 92
SLIDING DOOR LATCH AUTO CLOSURE
FUNCTION DESCRIPTION ................................. 93
SLIDING DOOR LATCH AUTO CLOSURE
OPERATION DESCRIPTION .............................. 93
Schematic ............................................................... 94
WITH RIGHT HAND SLIDE DOOR AUTO CLOSURE SYSTEM ................................................... 94
WITH RIGHT AND LEFT HAND SLIDE DOOR
AUTO CLOSURE SYSTEM ................................ 95
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Wiring Diagram -S/CLOS- .......................................97
WITH RIGHT HAND SLIDE DOOR AUTO CLOSURE SYSTEM ...................................................97
WITH RIGHT AND LEFT HAND SLIDE DOOR
AUTO CLOSURE SYSTEM ............................... 102
Terminals and Reference Value for Sliding Door
Control Unit RH ..................................................... 112
Terminals and Reference Value for Sliding Door
Control Unit LH ..................................................... 114
Terminals and Reference Value for Sliding Door
Latch Control Unit ................................................. 116
Terminals and Reference Value for BCM .............. 117
Trouble Diagnosis Procedure ................................ 118
Self-Diagnosis Procedures ................................... 118
INPUT SIGNAL CHECK MODE ......................... 118
OPERATING CHECK MODE ............................. 118
Diagnosis Chart .................................................... 119
Auto Sliding Door Power Supply and Ground Circuit
Inspection .............................................................. 120
Automatic Door Main Switch System Inspection . 121
Sliding Door Open/Close Switch System Inspection.122
Sliding Door Motor System Inspection .................. 123
Magnetic Clutch Line Check ................................. 123
Sliding Door Encoder System Inspection .............. 124
Sliding Door Remote Control Switch System
Inspection .............................................................. 125
Child Lockout Switch System Inspection .............. 127
Latch Release Actuator System Inspection .......... 128
Warning Chime System Inspection ....................... 129
Half-Latch Switch System Inspection .................... 129
Full-Latch Switch System Inspection .................... 130
Neutral Switch System Inspection ........................ 131
Cinch Latch Motor System Inspection .................. 132
AUTOMATIC BACK DOOR SYSTEM ..................... 134
Component Parts and Harness Connector Location.134
System Description ............................................... 134
OPERATION DESCRIPTION ............................ 135
Schematic ............................................................. 140
Wiring Diagram -B/CLOS- ..................................... 141
Terminals and Reference Value for Back Door Control Unit .................................................................. 146
Terminals and Reference Value for BCM .............. 147
Trouble Diagnosis Procedure ................................ 148
Self-Diagnosis Procedures ................................... 148
INPUT SIGNAL CHECK MODE ......................... 148
OPERATING CHECK MODE ............................. 148
Diagnosis Chart .................................................... 149
Back Door Power Supply and Ground Circuit
Inspection .............................................................. 150
Automatic Door Main Switch System Inspection . 151
Back Door Close Switch System Inspection ......... 152
Pinch Strip System Inspection .............................. 153
Back Door Warning Chime System Inspection ..... 154
Half-Latch Switch System Inspection .................... 155
Open Switch System Inspection ........................... 156
Close Switch System Inspection ........................... 157
Back Door Handle Switch System Inspection ....... 158
Cinch Latch Motor System Inspection .................. 159
DOOR ...................................................................... 160
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Fitting Adjustment ................................................ 160
FRONT DOOR .................................................. 160
SLIDE DOOR .................................................... 161
BACK DOOR ..................................................... 162
Removal and Installation ...................................... 163
FRONT DOOR .................................................. 163
SLIDE DOOR .................................................... 164
BACK DOOR ..................................................... 165
FRONT DOOR LOCK ............................................. 166
Component Structure ........................................... 166
Removal and Installation ...................................... 166
Disassembly and Assembly ................................. 168
DOOR KEY CYLINDER ASSEMBLY ................ 168
SLIDE DOOR LOCK ............................................... 169
Removal and Installation ...................................... 169
OUTSIDE HANDLE ........................................... 169
SLIDING DOOR LOCK ASSEMBLY ................. 171
SLIDING DOOR CABLE ASSEMBLY AND
MOTOR ............................................................. 172
BACK DOOR LOCK ............................................... 173
Component Structure ........................................... 173
Back Door Latch ................................................... 174
REMOVAL ......................................................... 175
INSTALLATION ................................................. 175
Back Door Power Lift Assembly ........................... 175
REMOVAL ......................................................... 175
INSTALLATION ................................................. 176
FUEL FILLER LID OPENER .................................. 177
Wiring Diagram -F/LID- ........................................ 177
NVIS (NISSAN VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER SYSTEMNATS) ...................................................................... 178
Component Parts and Harness Connector Location. 178
System Description .............................................. 179
System Composition ............................................ 179
ECM Re-communicating Function ....................... 180
Wiring Diagram — NATS — ................................. 181
Terminals and Reference Value for BCM ............. 183
CONSULT-II ......................................................... 183
CONSULT-II INSPECTION PROCEDURE ....... 183
CONSULT-II DIAGNOSTIC TEST MODE FUNCTION .................................................................. 184
HOW TO READ SELF-DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS. 185
NVIS (NATS) SELF-DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS
ITEM CHART .................................................... 185
Work Flow ............................................................ 186
Trouble Diagnoses ............................................... 187
SYMPTOM MATRIX CHART 1 ......................... 187
SYMPTOM MATRIX CHART 2 ......................... 188
DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEM DIAGRAM .................. 188
Diagnostic Procedure 1 ........................................ 189
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Diagnostic Procedure 3 ........................................ 191
Diagnostic Procedure 4 ........................................ 192
Diagnostic Procedure 5 ........................................ 193
Diagnostic Procedure 6 ........................................ 196
How to Replace NATS Antenna Amp. .................. 197
HOMELINK UNIVERSAL TRANSCEIVER ............. 198
Wiring Diagram — TRNSCV — ............................ 198
Trouble Diagnoses ............................................... 199
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE ............................ 199
BODY REPAIR ........................................................ 201
Body Exterior Paint Color ..................................... 201
Body Component Parts ........................................ 202
UNDERBODY COMPONENT PARTS .............. 202
BODY COMPONENT PARTS ........................... 204
Corrosion Protection ............................................. 206
DESCRIPTION .................................................. 206
ANTI-CORROSIVE WAX .................................. 207
UNDERCOATING .............................................. 208
Body Sealing ........................................................ 209
DESCRIPTION .................................................. 209
Body Construction ................................................ 212
BODY CONSTRUCTION .................................. 212
Body Alignment .................................................... 213
BODY CENTER MARKS ................................... 213
PANEL PARTS MATCHING MARKS ................. 215
DESCRIPTION .................................................. 217
ENGINE COMPARTMENT ................................ 218
UNDERBODY ................................................... 220
PASSENGER COMPARTMENT ....................... 222
REAR BODY ..................................................... 225
Handling Precautions for Plastics ......................... 227
HANDLING PRECAUTIONS FOR PLASTICS . 227
LOCATION OF PLASTIC PARTS ...................... 228
Precautions in Repairing High Strength Steel ....... 230
HIGH STRENGTH STEEL (HSS) USED IN NISSAN VEHICLES ................................................ 230
Replacement Operations ...................................... 233
DESCRIPTION .................................................. 233
HOODLEDGE ................................................... 236
FRONT SIDE MEMBER .................................... 237
FRONT SIDE MEMBER (PARTIAL REPLACEMENT) ............................................................... 239
FRONT PILLAR ................................................. 240
CENTER PILLAR .............................................. 243
OUTER SILL ..................................................... 246
REAR FENDER ................................................. 247
REAR PANEL .................................................... 248
REAR FLOOR REAR ........................................ 249
REAR SIDE MEMBER EXTENSION ................. 250
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PRECAUTIONS
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Precautions for Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) “AIR BAG” and “SEAT
BELT PRE-TENSIONER”
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The Supplemental Restraint System such as “AIR BAG” and “SEAT BELT PRE-TENSIONER”, used along
with a front seat belt, helps to reduce the risk or severity of injury to the driver and front passenger for certain
types of collision. This system includes seat belt switch inputs and dual stage front air bag modules. The SRS
system uses the seat belt switches to determine the front air bag deployment, and may only deploy one front
air bag, depending on the severity of a collision and whether the front occupants are belted or unbelted.
Information necessary to service the system safely is included in the SRS and SB section of this Service Manual.
WARNING:
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To avoid rendering the SRS inoperative, which could increase the risk of personal injury or death
in the event of a collision which would result in air bag inflation, all maintenance must be performed by an authorized NISSAN/INFINITI dealer.
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Improper maintenance, including incorrect removal and installation of the SRS, can lead to personal injury caused by unintentional activation of the system. For removal of Spiral Cable and Air
Bag Module, see the SRS section.
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Do not use electrical test equipment on any circuit related to the SRS unless instructed to in this
Service Manual. SRS wiring harnesses can be identified by yellow and/or orange harnesses or
harness connectors.
Precautions for work
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After removing and installing the opening/closing parts, be sure to carry out fitting adjustments to check
their operation.
Check the lubrication level, damage, and wear of each part. If necessary, grease or replace it.
Wiring Diagnosis and Trouble Diagnosis
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When you read wiring diagrams, refer to the following:
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GI-12, "How to Read Wiring Diagrams"
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PG-4, "POWER SUPPLY ROUTING CIRCUIT"
When you perform trouble diagnosis, refer to the following:
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GI-10, "HOW TO FOLLOW TEST GROUPS IN TROUBLE DIAGNOSES"
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GI-25, "How to Perform Efficient Diagnosis for an Electrical Incident"
Check for any Service bulletins before servicing the vehicle.
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PREPARATION
Special service tool
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The actual shapes of Kent-Moore tools may differ from those of special service tools illustrated here.
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Tool number
(Kent-Moore No.)
Tool name
Description
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(J-39570)
Chassis ear
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Locating the noise
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SIIA0993E
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(J-43980)
NISSAN Squeak and Rattle Kit
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Repairing the cause of noise
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(J-43241)
Remote Keyless Entry
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Commercial Service Tool
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Tool name
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(J-39565)
Engine ear
Locating the noise
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CUSTOMER INTERVIEW
Interview the customer if possible, to determine the conditions that exist when the noise occurs. Use the Diagnostic Worksheet during the interview to document the facts and conditions when the noise occurs and any
customer's comments; refer to BL-10, "Diagnostic Worksheet" . This information is necessary to duplicate the
conditions that exist when the noise occurs.
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The customer may not be able to provide a detailed description or the location of the noise. Attempt to
obtain all the facts and conditions that exist when the noise occurs (or does not occur).
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If there is more than one noise in the vehicle, be sure to diagnose and repair the noise that the customer
is concerned about. This can be accomplished by test driving the vehicle with the customer.
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After identifying the type of noise, isolate the noise in terms of its characteristics. The noise characteristics
are provided so the customer, service adviser and technician are all speaking the same language when
defining the noise.
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Squeak —(Like tennis shoes on a clean floor)
Squeak characteristics include the light contact/fast movement/brought on by road conditions/hard surfaces = higher pitch noise/softer surfaces = lower pitch noises/edge to surface = chirping.
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Creak—(Like walking on an old wooden floor)
Creak characteristics include firm contact/slow movement/twisting with a rotational movement/pitch
dependent on materials/often brought on by activity.
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Rattle—(Like shaking a baby rattle)
Rattle characteristics include the fast repeated contact/vibration or similar movement/loose parts/missing
clip or fastener/incorrect clearance.
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Knock —(Like a knock on a door)
Knock characteristics include hollow sounding/sometimes repeating/often brought on by driver action.
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Tick—(Like a clock second hand)
Tick characteristics include gentle contacting of light materials/loose components/can be caused by driver
action or road conditions.
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Thump—(Heavy, muffled knock noise)
Thump characteristics include softer knock/dead sound often brought on by activity.
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Buzz—(Like a bumble bee)
Buzz characteristics include high frequency rattle/firm contact.
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Often the degree of acceptable noise level will vary depending upon the person. A noise that you may
judge as acceptable may be very irritating to the customer.
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Weather conditions, especially humidity and temperature, may have a great effect on noise level.
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DUPLICATE THE NOISE AND TEST DRIVE
If possible, drive the vehicle with the customer until the noise is duplicated. Note any additional information on
the Diagnostic Worksheet regarding the conditions or location of the noise. This information can be used to
duplicate the same conditions when you confirm the repair.
If the noise can be duplicated easily during the test drive, to help identify the source of the noise, try to duplicate the noise with the vehicle stopped by doing one or all of the following:
1) Close a door.
2) Tap or push/pull around the area where the noise appears to be coming from.
3) Rev the engine.
4) Use a floor jack to recreate vehicle “twist”.
5) At idle, apply engine load (electrical load, half-clutch on M/T model, drive position on A/T model).
6) Raise the vehicle on a hoist and hit a tire with a rubber hammer.
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Drive the vehicle and attempt to duplicate the conditions the customer states exist when the noise occurs.
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If it is difficult to duplicate the noise, drive the vehicle slowly on an undulating or rough road to stress the
vehicle body.
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CHECK RELATED SERVICE BULLETINS
After verifying the customer concern or symptom, check ASIST for Technical Service Bulletins (TSBs) related
to that concern or symptom.
If a TSB relates to the symptom, follow the procedure to repair the noise.
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LOCATE THE NOISE AND IDENTIFY THE ROOT CAUSE
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Narrow down the noise to a general area.To help pinpoint the source of the noise, use a listening tool
(Chassis Ear: J-39570, Engine Ear: J-39565 and mechanic's stethoscope).
Narrow down the noise to a more specific area and identify the cause of the noise by:
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removing the components in the area that you suspect the noise is coming from.
Do not use too much force when removing clips and fasteners, otherwise clips and fasteners can be broken or lost during the repair, resulting in the creation of new noise.
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tapping or pushing/pulling the component that you suspect is causing the noise.
Do not tap or push/pull the component with excessive force, otherwise the noise will be eliminated only
temporarily.
feeling for a vibration with your hand by touching the component(s) that you suspect is (are) causing the J
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placing a piece of paper between components that you suspect are causing the noise.
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looking for loose components and contact marks.
Refer to BL-8, "Generic Squeak and Rattle Troubleshooting" .
REPAIR THE CAUSE
If the cause is a loose component, tighten the component securely.
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If the cause is insufficient clearance between components:
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separate components by repositioning or loosening and retightening the component, if possible.
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insulate components with a suitable insulator such as urethane pads, foam blocks, felt cloth tape or urethane tape. A NISSAN Squeak and Rattle Kit (J-43980) is available through your authorized NISSAN
Parts Department.
CAUTION:
Do not use excessive force as many components are constructed of plastic and may be damaged.
Always check with the Parts Department for the latest parts information.
The following materials are contained in the NISSAN Squeak and Rattle Kit (J-43980). Each item can be
ordered separately as needed.
URETHANE PADS [1.5 mm (0.059 in) thick]
Insulates connectors, harness, etc.
76268-9E005: 100×135 mm (3.94×5.31 in)/76884-71L01: 60×85 mm (2.36×3.35 in)/76884-71L02: 15×25
mm (0.59×0.98 in)
INSULATOR (Foam blocks)
Insulates components from contact. Can be used to fill space behind a panel.
73982-9E000: 45 mm (1.77 in) thick, 50×50 mm (1.97×1.97 in)/73982-50Y00: 10 mm (0.39 in) thick,
50×50 mm (1.97×1.97 in)
INSULATOR (Light foam block)
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80845-71L00: 30 mm (1.18 in) thick, 30×50 mm (1.18×1.97 in)
FELT CLOTH TAPE
Used to insulate where movement does not occur. Ideal for instrument panel applications.
68370-4B000: 15×25 mm (0.59×0.98 in) pad/68239-13E00: 5 mm (0.20 in) wide tape roll. The following
materials not found in the kit can also be used to repair squeaks and rattles.
UHMW (TEFLON) TAPE
Insulates where slight movement is present. Ideal for instrument panel applications.
SILICONE GREASE
Used instead of UHMW tape that will be visible or not fit.
Note: Will only last a few months.
SILICONE SPRAY
Use when grease cannot be applied.
DUCT TAPE
Use to eliminate movement.
CONFIRM THE REPAIR
Confirm that the cause of a noise is repaired by test driving the vehicle. Operate the vehicle under the same
conditions as when the noise originally occurred. Refer to the notes on the Diagnostic Worksheet.
Generic Squeak and Rattle Troubleshooting
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Refer to Table of Contents for specific component removal and installation information.
INSTRUMENT PANEL
Most incidents are caused by contact and movement between:
1. The cluster lid A and instrument panel
2. Acrylic lens and combination meter housing
3. Instrument panel to front pillar garnish
4. Instrument panel to windshield
5. Instrument panel mounting pins
6. Wiring harnesses behind the combination meter
7. A/C defroster duct and duct joint
These incidents can usually be located by tapping or moving the components to duplicate the noise or by
pressing on the components while driving to stop the noise. Most of these incidents can be repaired by applying felt cloth tape or silicone spray (in hard to reach areas). Urethane pads can be used to insulate wiring harness.
CAUTION:
Do not use silicone spray to isolate a squeak or rattle. If you saturate the area with silicone, you will
not be able to recheck the repair.
CENTER CONSOLE
Components to pay attention to include:
1. Shifter assembly cover to finisher
2. A/C control unit and cluster lid C
3. Wiring harnesses behind audio and A/C control unit
The instrument panel repair and isolation procedures also apply to the center console.
DOORS
Pay attention to the:
1. Finisher and inner panel making a slapping noise
2. Inside handle escutcheon to door finisher
3. Wiring harnesses tapping
4. Door striker out of alignment causing a popping noise on starts and stops
Tapping or moving the components or pressing on them while driving to duplicate the conditions can isolate
many of these incidents. You can usually insulate the areas with felt cloth tape or insulator foam blocks from
the NISSAN Squeak and Rattle Kit (J-43980) to repair the noise.
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TRUNK
Trunk noises are often caused by a loose jack or loose items put into the trunk by the owner.
In addition look for:
1. Trunk lid bumpers out of adjustment
2. Trunk lid striker out of adjustment
3. The trunk lid torsion bars knocking together
4. A loose license plate or bracket
Most of these incidents can be repaired by adjusting, securing or insulating the item(s) or component(s) causing the noise.
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Noises in the sunroof/headlining area can often be traced to one of the following:
1. Sunroof lid, rail, linkage or seals making a rattle or light knocking noise
2. Sun visor shaft shaking in the holder
3. Front or rear windshield touching headliner and squeaking
Again, pressing on the components to stop the noise while duplicating the conditions can isolate most of these
incidents. Repairs usually consist of insulating with felt cloth tape.
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OVERHEAD CONSOLE (FRONT AND REAR)
Overhead console noises are often caused by the console panel clips not being engaged correctly. Most of
these incidents are repaired by pushing up on the console at the clip locations until the clips engage.
In addition look for:
1. Loose harness or harness connectors.
2. Front console map/reading lamp lense loose.
3. Loose screws at console attachment points.
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When isolating seat noise it's important to note the position the seat is in and the load placed on the seat when
the noise is present. These conditions should be duplicated when verifying and isolating the cause of the
noise.
Cause of seat noise include:
1. Headrest rods and holder
2. A squeak between the seat pad cushion and frame
3. The rear seatback lock and bracket
These noises can be isolated by moving or pressing on the suspected components while duplicating the conditions under which the noise occurs. Most of these incidents can be repaired by repositioning the component
or applying urethane tape to the contact area.
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UNDERHOOD
Some interior noise may be caused by components under the hood or on the engine wall. The noise is then
transmitted into the passenger compartment.
Causes of transmitted underhood noise include:
1. Any component mounted to the engine wall
2. Components that pass through the engine wall
3. Engine wall mounts and connectors
4. Loose radiator mounting pins
5. Hood bumpers out of adjustment
6. Hood striker out of adjustment
These noises can be difficult to isolate since they cannot be reached from the interior of the vehicle. The best
method is to secure, move or insulate one component at a time and test drive the vehicle. Also, engine RPM
or load can be changed to isolate the noise. Repairs can usually be made by moving, adjusting, securing, or
insulating the component causing the noise.
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Hood hinge
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Hood assembly
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CLEARANCE AND SURFACE HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT
1.
Remove the hood lock assembly and adjust the height by rotating the bumper rubber until the hood clearance of hood and fender becomes 1 mm (0.04 in) lower than fitting standard dimension.
2. Temporarily tighten the hood lock, and position it by engaging it with the hood striker. Check the lock and
striker for looseness, and tighten the lock bolt to the specified torque.
3. Adjust the clearance and surface height of hood and fender according to the fitting standard dimension by
rotating right and left bumper rubbers.
CAUTION:
Adjust right/left gap between hood and each part to the following specification.
Hood and head lamp (B–B)
2.
3.
B
C
: Less than 9.3 mm
D
HOOD LOCK ADJUSTMENT
1.
A
Move the hood lock to the left or right so that striker center is vertically aligned with hood lock center
(when viewed from vehicle front).
Make sure the secondary latch is properly engaged with the secondary striker with hood's own weight by dropping it from
approx. 200 mm (7.87 in) height or by pressing it lightly, approximately 3 kg (29 N, 7lb).
CAUTION:
Do not drop the hood from 300 mm (11.81 in) height or
higher.
After adjusting hood lock, tighten the lock bolts to the specified
torque.
E
F
G
H
PIIA3806E
BL
J
K
L
M
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Removal and Installation of Hood Assembly
EIS0021L
LIIA0881E
1.
1.
Hood assembly
2.
Hood front sealing rubber
4.
Hood hinge
5.
Hood lock assembly
3.
Hood insulator
Support the hood striker with a proper material to prevent it from
falling.
WARNING:
Body injury may occur if no supporting rod is holding the
hood open when removing the damper stay.
PIIA3927E
2. Remove the hinge nuts on the hood to remove the hood assembly.
CAUTION:
Operate with two workers, because of its heavy weight.
Installation is in the reverse order of removal.
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Removal and Installation of Hood Lock Control
EIS0021M
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
BL
LIIA0883E
1.
Hood lock assembly
2.
Hood lock cable
4.
Hood ledge reinforce upper
5.
hood ledge upper
3.
Radiator core support side
J
REMOVAL
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Remove the front grill. Refer to EI-17, "Removal and Installation" .
Remove the front fender protector (LH). Refer to EI-21, "Removal and Installation" .
Disconnect the hood lock cable from the hood lock, and unclip it from the radiator core support upper and
hood ledge.
Remove the bolt and the hood opener.
Remove the grommet from the dash lower panel, and pull the
hood lock cable toward the passenger room.
CAUTION:
While pulling, be careful not to damage the outside of the
hood lock cable.
LIIA1544E
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K
L
M
HOOD
INSTALLATION
1.
2.
3.
Pull the hood lock cable through the dash lower panel hole to the engine room.
Be careful not to bend the cable too much, keeping the radius
100mm (3.94 in) or more.
Make sure the cable is not offset from the positioning grommet,
and push the grommet into the panel hole securely.
Apply the sealant to the grommet (at * mark) properly.
PIIA0173E
4.
5.
Install the cable securely to the lock.
After installing, check the hood lock adjustment and hood
opener operation.
PIIA0174E
Hood Lock Control Inspection
EIS0021N
CAUTION:
If the hood lock cable is bent or deformed, replace it.
1. Make sure the secondary latch is properly engaged with the secondary striker with hood's own weight by dropping it from
approx. 200 mm (7.87 in) height.
2. While operating the hood opener, carefully make sure the front
end of the hood is raised by approx. 20 mm (0.79 in). Also make
sure the hood opener returns to the original position.
PIIA1086E
3.
Check the hood lock lubrication condition. If necessary, apply
“body grease” to the points shown in the figure.
PIIA0176E
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POWER DOOR LOCK SYSTEM
Component Parts and Harness Connector Location
PFP:24814
A
EIS001PQ
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
BL
J
K
L
M
LIIA1899E
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System Description
EIS001PR
WITHOUT AUTOMATIC SLIDING DOOR SYSTEM AND AUTOMATIC BACK DOOR SYSTEM
Power is supplied at all times
●
through 50A fusible link (letter j, located in the fuse and fusible link box)
●
to BCM terminal 55 and
●
through 15A fuse [No. 3, located in the fuse block (J/B)]
●
to BCM terminal 42
●
through 15A fuse [No. 19, located in the fuse block (J/B)]
●
to key switch terminal 1.
With ignition key inserted, power is supplied
●
through key switch terminal 2
●
to BCM terminal 37.
Ground is supplied to terminals 49 (early production) and 52 of BCM through body grounds M57, M61 and
M79.
When the door is locked or unlocked with main power window and door lock/unlock switch, ground is supplied
●
to CPU of main power window and door lock/unlock switch
●
through main power window and door lock/unlock switch terminal 15
●
through grounds M57, M61 and M79.
Then main power window and door lock/unlock switch operation signal is supplied.
●
to BCM terminal 22
●
through main power window and door lock/unlock switch terminal 12.
When the door is locked or unlocked with power window and door lock/unlock switch RH, ground is supplied
●
to CPU of power window and door lock/unlock switch RH
●
through power window and door lock/unlock switch RH terminal 11
●
through grounds M57, M61 and M79.
Then power window and door lock/unlock switch RH operation signal is supplied
●
to BCM terminal 22
●
through power window and door lock/unlock switch RH terminal 16.
When the door is locked with front door lock assembly LH (key cylinder switch), ground is supplied
●
to main power window and door lock/unlock switch terminal 6
●
through front door lock assembly LH (key cylinder switch) terminals 1 and 5
●
through grounds M57, M61 and M79.
Then front door lock assembly LH (key cylinder switch) operation signal is supplied
●
to BCM terminal 22
●
through main power window and door lock/unlock switch terminal 12.
When the door is unlocked with front door lock assembly LH (key cylinder switch), ground is supplied
●
to main power window and door lock/unlock switch terminal 7
●
through front door lock assembly LH (key cylinder switch) terminals 6 and 5
●
through grounds M57, M61 and M79.
Then front door lock assembly LH (key cylinder switch) operation signal is supplied
●
to BCM terminal 22
●
through main power window and door lock/unlock switch terminal 12.
BCM is connected to main power window and door lock/unlock switch and power window and door lock/unlock
switch RH through the power window serial link.
When the front door switch LH is ON (door is open), ground is supplied
●
to BCM terminal 62
●
through front door switch LH terminal 1
●
through front door switch LH case ground.
When the front door switch RH is ON (door is open), ground is supplied
●
to BCM terminal 12
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through front door switch RH terminal 1
●
through front door switch RH case ground.
When the sliding door switch LH is ON (door is open), ground is supplied
●
to BCM terminal 63
●
through sliding door switch LH terminal 1
●
through sliding door switch LH case ground.
When the sliding door switch RH is ON (door is open), ground is supplied
●
to BCM terminal 13
●
through sliding door switch RH terminal 1
●
through sliding door switch RH case ground.
When the back door switch is ON (door is open), ground is supplied
●
to BCM terminal 58
●
through back door switch terminal 1
●
through back door switch terminal 3
●
through grounds D403 and D404.
●
A
B
C
D
E
WITH AUTOMATIC SLIDING DOOR SYSTEM AND AUTOMATIC BACK DOOR SYSTEM
F
Power is supplied at all times
●
through 50A fusible link (letter j, located in the fuse and fusible link box)
G
●
to BCM terminal 55 and
●
through 15A fuse [No. 3, located in the fuse block (J/B)]
H
●
to BCM terminal 42
●
through 15A fuse [No. 19, located in the fuse block (J/B)]
●
to key switch terminal 1.
BL
With ignition key inserted, power is supplied
●
through key switch terminal 2
●
to BCM terminal 37.
J
Ground is supplied to terminals 49 (early production) and 52 of BCM through body grounds M57, M61 and
M79.
When the door is locked or unlocked with main power window and door lock/unlock switch, ground is supplied
K
●
to CPU of main power window and door lock/unlock switch
●
through main power window and door lock/unlock switch terminal 17
●
through grounds M57, M61 and M79.
L
Then main power window and door lock/unlock switch operation signal is supplied.
●
to BCM terminal 22
M
●
through main power window and door lock/unlock switch terminal 14.
When the door is locked or unlocked with power window and door lock/unlock switch RH, ground is supplied
●
to CPU of front power window switch RH
●
through power window and door lock/unlock switch RH terminal 11
●
through grounds M57, M61 and M79.
Then power window and door lock/unlock switch RH operation signal is supplied
●
to BCM terminal 22
●
through power window and door lock/unlock switch RH terminal 16.
When the door is locked with front door lock assembly LH (key cylinder switch), ground is supplied
●
to main power window and door lock/unlock switch terminal 4
●
through front door lock assembly LH (key cylinder switch) terminals 1 and 5
●
through grounds M57, M61 and M79.
Then the front door lock assembly LH (key cylinder switch) operation signal is supplied
●
to BCM terminal 22
●
through main power window and door lock/unlock switch terminal 14.
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When the door is unlocked with front door lock assembly LH (key cylinder switch), ground is supplied
●
to main power window and door lock/unlock switch terminal 6
●
through front door lock assembly LH (key cylinder switch) terminals 6 and 5
●
through grounds M57, M61 and M79.
Then front door lock assembly LH (key cylinder switch) operation signal is supplied
●
to BCM terminal 22
●
through main power window and door lock/unlock switch terminal 14.
BCM is connected to main power window and door lock/unlock switch and power window and door lock/unlock
switch RH through a serial link.
When the front door switch LH is ON (door is open), ground is supplied
●
to BCM terminal 62
●
through front door switch LH terminal 1
●
through front door switch LH case ground.
When the front door switch RH is ON (door is open), ground is supplied
●
to BCM terminal 12
●
through front door switch RH terminal 1
●
through front door switch RH case ground.
When the sliding door switch LH is ON (door is open), ground is supplied
●
to BCM terminal 63
●
through sliding door switch LH terminal 1
●
through sliding door switch LH case ground.
When the sliding door switch RH is ON (door is open), ground is supplied
●
to BCM terminal 13
●
through sliding door switch RH terminal 1
●
through sliding door switch RH case ground.
When the back door switch (built into back door latch) is ON (door is open), ground is supplied
●
to BCM terminal 58
●
through back door latch assembly terminal 7
●
through back door latch assembly terminal 8
●
through grounds D403 and D404.
OUTLINE
Functions available by operating the door lock and unlock switches on driver's door and passenger's door
●
●
Interlocked with the locking operation of door lock and unlock switch, door lock actuators of all doors are
locked.
Interlocked with the unlocking operation of door lock and unlock switch, door lock actuators of all doors
are unlocked.
Functions available by operating the front door lock assembly LH (key cylinder switch)
●
●
●
Interlocked with the locking operation of door key cylinder, door lock actuators of all doors are locked.
When door key cylinder is unlocked, front door lock assembly LH (actuator) is unlocked.
When door key cylinder is unlocked for the second time within 5 seconds after the first operation, door
lock actuators on all doors are unlocked.
Key reminder door system
When door lock and unlock switch is operated to lock doors with ignition key in key cylinder and any door
open, all door lock actuators are locked and then unlocked.
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Schematic
EIS001PS
WITHOUT AUTOMATIC SLIDING DOOR SYSTEM AND AUTOMATIC BACK DOOR SYSTEM
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
BL
J
K
L
M
LIWA0469E
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WITH RIGHT HAND AUTOMATIC SLIDING DOOR SYSTEM AND AUTOMATIC BACK DOOR
SYSTEM
LIWA0470E
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WITH RIGHT AND LEFT HAND AUTOMATIC SLIDING DOOR SYSTEM AND AUTOMATIC BACK
DOOR SYSTEM
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
BL
J
K
L
M
LIWA0471E
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Wiring Diagram -D/LOCK-
EIS001PT
WITHOUT AUTOMATIC SLIDING DOOR SYSTEM AND AUTOMATIC BACK DOOR SYSTEM
FIG. 1
WIWA0248E
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FIG. 2
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
BL
J
K
L
M
LIWA0503E
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FIG. 3
WIWA0485E
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FIG. 4
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
BL
J
K
L
M
LIWA0473E
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WITH RIGHT HAND AUTOMATIC SLIDING DOOR SYSTEM AND AUTOMATIC BACK DOOR
SYSTEM
FIG. 5
WIWA0249E
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FIG. 6
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
BL
J
K
L
M
LIWA0502E
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FIG. 7
WIWA0489E
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FIG. 8
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
BL
J
K
L
M
LIWA0475E
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WITH RIGHT AND LEFT HAND AUTO SLIDE DOOR CLOSURE AND AUTOMATIC BACK DOOR
SYSTEM
FIG. 9
WIWA0250E
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FIG. 10
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
BL
J
K
L
M
LIWA0501E
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FIG. 11
WIWA0493E
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FIG. 12
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
BL
J
K
L
M
LIWA0477E
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Terminals and Reference Value for BCM
Terminal
Wire
Color
12
Y/L
13
22
EIS001PU
Condition
Voltage (V)
(Approx.)
Front door switch RH
Door open (ON) → Door close (OFF)
0 → Battery voltage
O/B
Sliding door switch RH
Door open (ON) → Door close (OFF)
0 → Battery voltage
Y/B
Power window serial link
When ignition switch is ON or power
window timer operates
Item
PIIA2344E
Key inserted in IGN key cylinder (ON) →
Key removed from IGN key cylinder
(OFF)
Battery voltage → 0
CAN-H
—
—
CAN-L
—
—
Battery power supply
—
Battery voltage
Driver door lock knob
(locked → unlocked)
0 → Battery voltage
—
—
All door lock actuator (lock)
Driver door lock knob (neutral → lock)
0 → Battery voltage
Door lock and unlock switch (locked →
unlocked)
0 → Battery voltage
37
B/R
Key switch (insert)
39
L
40
Y
42
Y/G
44
G
Front door lock assembly LH
(actuator) (unlock)
49*
B
Ground
50
V
51
G/Y
Front door lock actuator RH,
sliding door lock actuators LH/
RH and back door lock actuator
(unlock)
52
B/W
Ground
—
—
55
W/B
BAT power supply
—
Battery voltage
Back door switch (without automatic back door system) or back
door latch actuator (with automatic back door system)
Door open (ON) → Door close (OFF)
0 → Battery voltage
58
O
62
GR/R
Front door switch LH
Door open (ON) → Door close (OFF)
0 → Battery voltage
63
W/G
Sliding door switch LH
Door open (ON) → Door close (OFF)
0 → Battery voltage
*: Early production
Work Flow
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
EIS001PV
Check the symptom and customer's requests.
Understand the outline of system. Refer to BL-18, "System Description" .
According to the trouble diagnosis chart, repair or replace the cause of the malfunction. Refer to BL-38,
"Trouble Diagnoses Symptom Chart" .
Does power door lock system operate normally? OK: GO TO 5, NG: GO TO 3.
INSPECTION END.
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CONSULT–II Function (BCM)
EIS0071Y
A
CONSULT-II can display each diagnostic item using the diagnostic test modes shown following.
BCM diagnostic
test item
Diagnostic mode
B
WORK SUPPORT
DATA MONITOR
ACTIVE TEST
Inspection by part
Content
Changes setting of each function.
Displays BCM input/output data in real time.
Operation of electrical loads can be checked by sending drive signal to them.
SELF-DIAG RESULTS
Displays BCM self-diagnosis results.
CAN DIAG SUPPORT
MNTR
The results of transmit/receive diagnosis of CAN communication can be read.
ECU PART NUMBER
BCM part number can be read.
CONFIGURATION
Performs BCM configuration read/write functions.
C
D
E
CONSULT–II INSPECTION PROCEDURE
"DOOR LOCK"
CAUTION:
If CONSULT-II is used with no connection of CONSULT-II CONVERTER, malfunctions might be
detected in self-diagnosis depending on control unit which carries out CAN communication.
1. Turn ignition switch OFF.
2. Connect CONSULT-II and CONSULT-II CONVERTER to the
data link connector.
F
G
H
BL
J
BBIA0369E
3.
4.
Turn ignition switch ON.
Touch “START (NISSAN BASED VHCL)”.
K
L
M
BCIA0029E
5.
Touch “BCM”.
If "BCM" is not indicated, refer to GI-37, "CONSULT-II Data Link
Connector (DLC) Circuit" .
BCIA0030E
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6.
Touch “DOOR LOCK”.
LIIA0153E
7.
Select diagnosis mode.
“DATA MONITOR” and “ACTIVE TEST” are available.
BCIA0031E
DATA MONITOR
Monitor item "OPERATION"
Content
KEY ON SW
"ON/OFF"
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of key switch.
CDL LOCK SW
"ON/OFF"
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of lock signal from lock/unlock switch LH and RH.
CDL UNLOCK SW
"ON/OFF"
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of unlock signal from lock/unlock switch LH and RH.
KEY CYL LK-SW
"ON/OFF"
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of lock signal from key cylinder.
KEY CYL UN-SW
"ON/OFF"
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of unlock signal from key cylinder.
IGN ON SW
"ON/OFF"
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of ignition switch.
DOOR SW–DR
"ON/OFF"
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of front door switch LH.
DOOR SW–AS
"ON/OFF"
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of front door switch RH.
DOOR SW–RR
"ON/OFF"
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of sliding door switch RH.
DOOR SW–RL
"ON/OFF"
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of sliding door switch LH.
BACK DOOR SW
"ON/OFF"
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of back door switch.
ACTIVE TEST
Test item
Content
ALL LOCK/UNLOCK
This test is able to check all door lock actuators lock operation. These actuators lock when
"ON" on CONSULT–II screen is touched.
DR UNLOCK
This test is able to check front door lock assembly LH (actuator) unlock operation.These actuators lock when "ON" on CONSULT–II screen is touched.
OTHER UNLOCK
This test is able to check door lock actuators [except front door lock assembly LH (actuator)]
unlock operation.These actuators unlock when "ON" on CONSULT–II screen is touched.
Trouble Diagnoses Symptom Chart
EIS001PX
Symptom
Key reminder door function does not operate
properly.
Repair order
1. Door switch check
BL-40
2. Key switch (Insert) check
BL-44
3. Replace BCM.
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Refer to page
BL-38
BCS-19
2004 Quest
POWER DOOR LOCK SYSTEM
Symptom
Repair order
Refer to page
A
Power door lock does not operate with door lock
and unlock switch on main power window and
door lock/unlock switch or power window and
door lock/unlock switch RH
1. Door lock/unlock switch check
Front door lock assembly LH (actuator) does not
operate.
1. Front door lock assembly LH (actuator) check
BL-47
Specific door lock actuator does not operate.
1. Door lock actuator check (Front RH, Rear LH/
RH)
BL-49
1. Front door lock assembly LH (key cylinder
switch) check
BL-51
Power door lock does not operate with front door
lock assembly LH (key cylinder switch) operation.
BL-45
B
2. Replace BCM.
Power door lock does not operate.
C
D
BCS-19
1. BCM power supply and ground circuit check
BL-39
2. Door lock/unlock switch check
BL-45
BCM Power Supply and Ground Circuit Check
E
EIS001PY
1. CHECK FUSE
●
F
Check the following BCM fuse and fusible link.
G
Component Parts
Terminal No. (SIGNAL)
Ampere
No.
Location
BCM
42 (BAT power supply)
15A
3
Fuse block (J/B)
BCM
55 (BAT power supply)
50A
j
Fuse and fusible link box
H
NOTE:
Refer to BL-17, "Component Parts and Harness Connector Location" .
OK or NG
BL
OK
>> GO TO 2.
NG
>> If fuse is blown, be sure to eliminate cause of problem before installing new fuse. Refer to PG-4,
"POWER SUPPLY ROUTING CIRCUIT" .
J
2. CHECK POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT
1.
2.
3.
Turn ignition switch OFF.
Disconnect BCM.
Check voltage between BCM connector M19 terminals 42, 55
and ground.
Terminals
(Wire color)
Connector
(+)
M19
42 (Y/G)
K
L
Voltage (V)
(Approx.)
M
(-)
Ground
Battery voltage
55 (W/B)
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 3.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
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POWER DOOR LOCK SYSTEM
3. CHECK GROUND CIRCUIT
Check continuity between BCM connector M19 terminals 49 (early
production), 52 and ground.
Terminals
(Wire color)
Connector
Continuity
(+)
(-)
49 (B)
M19
Ground
Yes
52 (B/W)
OK or NG
OK
>> Power supply and ground circuit is OK.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
LIIA1608E
Door Switch Check (Without Automatic Back Door System)
EIS001PZ
1. CHECK DOOR SWITCHES INPUT SIGNAL
With CONSULT-II
Check door switches ("DOOR SW-DR", "DOOR SW-AS", "DOOR SW-RL", "DOOR SW-RR", "BACK DOOR
SW") in DATA MONITOR mode with CONSULT–II.Refer to BL-38, "DATA MONITOR" .
●
When any doors are open:
DOOR SW-DR
DOOR SW-AS
DOOR SW-RL
DOOR SW-RR
BACK DOOR SW
●
:ON
:ON
:ON
:ON
:ON
When any doors are closed:
DOOR SW-DR
DOOR SW-AS
DOOR SW-RL
DOOR SW-RR
BACK DOOR SW
:OFF
:OFF
:OFF
:OFF
:OFF
LIIA0665E
Without CONSULT-II
Check voltage between BCM connector M18 or M20 terminals 12, 13, 58, 62, 63 and ground.
Connector
M20
M18
Terminals (Wire color)
Item
(+)
Back door
switch
58 (O)
Front door
switch LH
62 (GR/R)
Sliding door
switch LH
63 (W/G)
Front door
switch RH
12 (Y/L)
Sliding door
switch RH
13 (O/B)
(–)
Ground
Condition
Voltage (V)
(Approx.)
Open
↓
Closed
0
↓
Battery voltage
LIIA0666E
OK or NG
OK
>> Door switch is OK.
NG
>> GO TO 2.
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POWER DOOR LOCK SYSTEM
2. CHECK DOOR SWITCH CIRCUIT
1.
2.
3.
1 (GR/R) - 62 (GR/R)
1 (Y/L) - 12 (Y/L)
1 (W/G) - 63 (W/G)
1 (R/W) - 13 (O/B)
1 (O) - 58 (O)
4.
A
Turn ignition switch OFF.
Disconnect door switch and BCM.
Check continuity between door switch connector B8 (Front LH), B108 (Front RH), B46 (Sliding LH), B135
(Sliding RH) or D512 (Back) terminal 1 and BCM connector M18, M20 terminals 12, 13, 58, 62 and 63
:Continuity should exist
:Continuity should exist
:Continuity should exist
:Continuity should exist
:Continuity should exist
C
D
Check continuity between door switch connector B8 (Front LH),
B108 (Front RH), B46 (Sliding LH), B135 (Sliding RH) or D512
(Back) terminal 1 and ground.
1 (GR/R, Y/L, W/G, R/W
or O) - Ground
:Continuity should not exist
E
WIIA0371E
F
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 3.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
G
3. CHECK DOOR SWITCHES
●
●
B
H
Disconnect door switch harness.
Check continuity between door switch connector terminals.
BL
Terminal
Door switch
1 – Ground
Condition
Continuity
Open
Yes
Closed
No
J
OK or NG
OK
>> Check door switch case ground condition (front and sliding door) or ground circuit (back door).
NG
>> Replace door switch.
K
LIIA0643E
L
M
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BL-41
2004 Quest
POWER DOOR LOCK SYSTEM
Door Switch Check (With Automatic Back Door System)
EIS001XL
1. CHECK DOOR SWITCHES INPUT SIGNAL
With CONSULT-II
Check door switches ("DOOR SW-DR", "DOOR SW-AS", "DOOR SW-RL", "DOOR SW-RR", "BACK DOOR
SW") in DATA MONITOR mode with CONSULT–II.Refer to BL-38, "DATA MONITOR" .
●
When any doors are open:
DOOR SW-DR
DOOR SW-AS
DOOR SW-RL
DOOR SW-RR
BACK DOOR SW
●
:ON
:ON
:ON
:ON
:ON
When any doors are closed:
DOOR SW-DR
DOOR SW-AS
DOOR SW-RL
DOOR SW-RR
BACK DOOR SW
:OFF
:OFF
:OFF
:OFF
:OFF
LIIA0665E
Without CONSULT-II
Check voltage between BCM connector M18 or M20 terminals 12, 13, 58, 62, 63 and ground.
Connector
M20
M18
Terminals (Wire color)
Item
(+)
Back door
latch
58 (O)
Front door
switch LH
62 (GR/R)
Sliding door
switch LH
63 (W/G)
Front door
switch RH
12 (Y/L)
Sliding door
switch RH
13 (O/B)
(–)
Ground
Condition
Voltage (V)
(Approx.)
Open
↓
Closed
0
↓
Battery voltage
LIIA0666E
OK or NG
OK
>> Door switch is OK.
NG
>> GO TO 2.
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2004 Quest
POWER DOOR LOCK SYSTEM
2. CHECK DOOR SWITCH CIRCUIT
1.
2.
3.
1 (GR/R) - 62 (GR/R)
1 (Y/L) - 12 (Y/L)
1 (W/G) - 63 (W/G)
1 (R/W) - 13 (O/B)
7 (O) - 58 (O)
4.
A
Turn ignition switch OFF.
Disconnect door switch and BCM.
Check continuity between door switch connector B8 (Front LH), B108 (Front RH), B46 (Sliding LH), B135
(Sliding RH) terminal 1 or back door latch actuator D511 terminal 7 and BCM connector M18, M20 terminals 12, 13, 58, 62 and 63
C
:Continuity should exist
:Continuity should exist
:Continuity should exist
:Continuity should exist
:Continuity should exist
D
E
Check continuity between door switch connector B8 (Front LH),
B108 (Front RH), B46 (Sliding LH), B135 (Sliding RH) terminal 1
or D511 terminal 7 and ground.
1 (GR/R, Y/L, W/G or R/
W) - Ground
7 (O) - Ground
:Continuity should not exist
B
WIIA0371E
:Continuity should not exist
F
G
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 3.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
H
3. CHECK DOOR SWITCHES
●
●
BL
Disconnect door switch harness.
Check continuity between door switch connector terminals.
Terminal
Door switch
Back door latch
1 – Ground
7 – Ground
Condition
Continuity
Open
Yes
Closed
No
Open
Yes
Closed
No
J
K
OK or NG
OK
>> Check door switch case ground condition.
NG
>> Replace door switch.
L
LIIA0674E
M
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2004 Quest
POWER DOOR LOCK SYSTEM
Key Switch (Insert) Check
EIS001Q0
1. CHECK KEY SWITCH INPUT SIGNAL
With CONSULT-II
Check key switch "KEY ON SW" in DATA MONITOR mode with CONSULT–II. Refer to BL-38, "DATA MONITOR" .
●
When key is inserted to ignition key cylinder:
KEY ON SW
●
:ON
When key is removed from ignition key cylinder:
KEY ON SW
:OFF
LIIA0169E
Without CONSULT-II
Check voltage between BCM connector M18 terminal 37 and
ground.
Connector
M18
Terminal (Wire color)
(+)
(–)
37 (B/R)
Ground
Condition
Voltage (V)
Key is inserted.
Battery voltage
Key is removed.
0
OK or NG
OK
>> Key switch is OK.
NG
>> GO TO 2.
LIIA0567E
2. CHECK KEY SWITCH (INSERT)
Check continuity between key switch terminals.
Terminals
1–2
Condition
Continuity
Key is inserted.
Yes
Key is removed.
No
OK or NG
OK
>> Repair or replace harness.
NG
>> Replace key switch.
LIIA1906E
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2004 Quest
POWER DOOR LOCK SYSTEM
Door Lock/Unlock Switch Check
EIS001Q1
1. CHECK DOOR LOCK/UNLOCK SWITCH INPUT SIGNAL
A
With CONSULT-II
Check door lock/unlock switch ("CDL LOCK SW", "CDL UNLOCK SW") in DATA MONITOR mode in CONSULT–II. Refer to BL-38, "DATA MONITOR"
●
When door lock/unlock switch is turned to LOCK:
CDL LOCK SW
●
B
C
:ON
When door lock/unlock switch is turned to UNLOCK:
CDL UNLOCK SW
D
:ON
E
PIIA6538E
Without CONSULT-II
Remove key from ignition key cylinder.
Check the signal between BCM connector M18 terminal 22 and ground with oscilloscope when door lock/
unlock switch is turned to LOCK or UNLOCK.
3. Make sure the signals which are shown in the figure below can be detected during 10 seconds just after
the door lock/unlock switch is turned to LOCK or UNLOCK.
1.
2.
Connector
Terminal (Wire color)
(+)
F
G
H
BL
Voltage (V)
(–)
J
M18
22 (Y/B)
Ground
K
PIIA1297E
PIIA6379E
OK or NG
OK
>> Door lock and unlock switch circuit is OK.
NG
>> GO TO 2.
M
2. CHECK BCM OUTPUT SIGNAL
Check ("POWER WINDOW DOWN") in ACTIVE TEST mode for
"MULTI REMOTE ENT" with CONSULT–II. Refer to BL-66, "Active
Test" .
When "ACTIVE TEST" is performed, are the front windows lowered?
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 3.
NG
>> Replace BCM. Refer to BCS-19, "Removal and Installation of BCM" .
PIIA3080E
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L
BL-45
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POWER DOOR LOCK SYSTEM
3. CHECK DOOR LOCK/UNLOCK SWITCH GROUND HARNESS
1.
2.
3.
Turn ignition switch OFF.
Disconnect main power window and door lock/unlock switch or power window and door lock/unlock switch
RH.
Check continuity between main power window and door lock/
unlock switch connector D7 terminal 15 (without automatic back
door system) or D8 terminal 17 (with automatic back door system) and ground.
15 (B) - Ground
17 (B) - Ground
: Continuity should exist.
: Continuity should exist.
LIIA0677E
4.
Check continuity between power window and door lock/unlock
switch RH connector D105 terminal 11 and ground
11 (B) - Ground
: Continuity should exist.
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 4.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
LIIA1270E
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2004 Quest
POWER DOOR LOCK SYSTEM
4. CHECK POWER WINDOW SERIAL LINK CIRCUIT
1.
2.
A
Disconnect BCM.
Check continuity between BCM connector M18 terminal 22 and main power window and door lock/unlock
switch connector D7 terminal 12 (without automatic back door system) or terminal 14 (with automatic back
door system).
22 (Y/B) - 12 (Y)
22 (Y/B) - 14 (Y)
: Continuity should exist.
: Continuity should exist.
B
C
D
E
LIIA1903E
3.
Check continuity between BCM connector M18 terminal 22 and power window and door lock/unlock
switch RH connector D105 terminal 16.
22 (Y/B) - 16 (Y/B)
: Continuity should exist.
F
G
OK or NG
OK
>> Replace main power window and door lock/unlock
switch or power window and door lock/unlock switch
RH. Refer to EI-28, "Removal and Installation" .
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
H
BL
LIIA1271E
Front Door Lock Assembly LH (Actuator) Check
1. CHECK FRONT DOOR LOCK ASSEMBLY LH (ACTUATOR) SIGNAL
1.
2.
K
Turn ignition switch OFF.
Check voltage between BCM connector M19 terminals 44, 50
and ground.
Connector
Terminals (Wire
color)
(+)
(-)
44 (G)
M19
Condition
Ground
50 (V)
L
Voltage (V)
(Approx.)
Driver door lock/unlock
switch is turned to UNLOCK
0 → Battery voltage
Driver door lock/unlock
switch is turned to LOCK
0 → Battery voltage
M
PIIA6383E
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 2.
NG
>> Replace BCM. Refer to BCS-19, "Removal and Installation of BCM" .
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EIS001Q2
2004 Quest
POWER DOOR LOCK SYSTEM
2. CHECK FRONT DOOR LOCK ASSEMBLY LH (ACTUATOR) HARNESS
1.
2.
Disconnect BCM and front door lock assembly LH (actuator).
Check continuity between BCM connector M19 terminals 44, 50
and front door lock assembly LH (actuator) connector D14 terminals 2, 3.
Connector
Terminals
(Wire color)
Connector
44 (G)
M19
3.
D14
50 (V)
Terminals
(wire color)
Continuity
2 (G)
Yes
3 (V)
Yes
Check continuity between BCM connector M19 terminals 44, 50
and body ground.
WIIA0372E
Connector
Terminals (Wire color)
44 (G)
M19
50 (V)
Continuity
No
Ground
No
OK or NG
OK
>> Replace front door lock assembly LH (actuator). Refer to BL-166, "Removal and Installation" .
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
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POWER DOOR LOCK SYSTEM
Front Door Lock Actuator RH Check
EIS001Q3
1. CHECK DOOR LOCK ACTUATOR SIGNAL
1.
2.
A
Turn ignition switch OFF.
Check voltage between BCM connector M19 terminals 50, 51
and ground.
Connector
Terminals
(Wire color)
(+)
Voltage (V)
(Approx.)
C
Door lock/unlock switch is
turned to LOCK
0 → Battery voltage
D
Door lock/unlock switch is
turned to UNLOCK
0 → Battery voltage
Condition
(-)
50 (V)
M19
Ground
51 (G/Y)
B
PIIA6385E
E
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 2.
NG
>> Replace BCM. Refer to BCS-19, "Removal and Installation of BCM" .
F
2. CHECK DOOR LOCK ACTUATOR HARNESS
G
1.
2.
Disconnect BCM and front door lock actuator RH.
Check continuity between BCM connector M19 terminals 50, 51
and front door lock actuator RH terminals 2, 3.
Terminal
3.
H
Continuity
50 (V)
3 (V)
Yes
51 (G/Y)
2 (G/Y)
Yes
BL
J
Check continuity between BCM connector M19 terminals 50, 51
and body ground.
Terminals (Wire color)
50 (V)
Ground
51 (G/Y)
Continuity
No
WIIA0373E
K
No
L
OK or NG
OK
>> Replace front door lock actuator RH. Refer to BL-166, "Removal and Installation" .
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
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M
2004 Quest
POWER DOOR LOCK SYSTEM
Door Lock Actuator Check (Sliding Door)
EIS0020I
1. CHECK DOOR LOCK ACTUATOR SIGNAL
1.
2.
Turn ignition switch OFF.
Check voltage between BCM connector M19 terminals 50, 51
and ground.
Connector
Terminals
(Wire color)
(+)
Voltage (V)
(Approx.)
Condition
(-)
50 (V)
M19
Ground
51 (G/Y)
Door lock/unlock switch is
turned to LOCK
0 → Battery voltage
Door lock/unlock switch is
turned to UNLOCK
0 → Battery voltage
PIIA6385E
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 2.
NG
>> Replace BCM. Refer to BCS-19, "Removal and Installation of BCM" .
2. CHECK DOOR LOCK ACTUATOR HARNESS
1.
2.
Disconnect BCM and each door lock actuator.
Check continuity between BCM connector M19 terminals 50, 51
and sliding door lock actuator connector terminals 2, 4.
Terminal
3.
Continuity
50 (V)
4 (V)
Yes
51 (G/Y)
2 (G/Y)
Yes
Check continuity between BCM connector M19 terminals 50, 51
and body ground.
Terminals (Wire color)
50 (V)
Ground
51 (G/Y)
Continuity
No
LIIA1626E
No
OK or NG
OK
>> Replace sliding door lock actuator. Refer to BL-169, "SLIDE DOOR LOCK" .
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
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POWER DOOR LOCK SYSTEM
Front Door Lock Assembly LH (Key Cylinder Switch) Check
EIS001Q4
1. CHECK DOOR KEY CYLINDER SWITCH LH
A
With CONSULT-II
Check front door lock assembly LH (key cylinder switch) ("KEY CYL LK-SW") and ("KEY CYL UN-SW) in
DATA MONITOR mode in CONSULT–II.Refer to BL-38, "DATA MONITOR" .
●
When key inserted in front key cylinder is turned to LOCK:
KEY CYL LK-SW
●
B
C
: ON
When key inserted in front key cylinder is turned to UNLOCK:
KEY CYL UN-SW
D
: ON
E
LIIA0188E
F
Without CONSULT-II
Check voltage between main power window and door lock/unlock switch connector D7 terminals 6, 7 and
ground.
G
Without Automatic Sliding Door System
Connector
Terminals (Wire
color)
(+)
Voltage (V)
(Approx.)
Neutral/Unlock
5
Unlock
0
Neutral/Lock
5
Lock
0
(–)
7 (R)
D7
Condition
Ground
6 (L)
H
BL
J
LIIA0867E
With Automatic Sliding Door System
Connector
Terminals (Wire
color)
(+)
Condition
Voltage (V)
(Approx.)
Neutral/Unlock
5
Unlock
0
Neutral/Lock
5
Lock
0
(–)
6 (R)
D7
K
Ground
4 (L)
L
M
LIIA0566E
OK or NG
OK
>> Front door lock assembly LH (key cylinder switch) signal is OK.
NG
>> GO TO 2.
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POWER DOOR LOCK SYSTEM
2. CHECK DOOR KEY CYLINDER SWITCH LH
1.
2.
3.
Turn ignition switch off.
Disconnect front door lock assembly LH (key cylinder switch).
Check continuity between front door lock assembly LH (key cylinder switch) connector terminals 1, 5 and
6.
Terminals
Condition
Continuity
1–5
Key is turned to LOCK.
Yes
6–5
Key is turned to UNLOCK.
Yes
OK or NG
OK
>> Check the following.
● Front door lock assembly LH (key cylinder switch)
ground circuit.
● Harness for open or short between main power window and door lock/unlock switch and front door lock
assembly LH (key cylinder switch).
NG
>> Replace front door lock assembly LH. Refer to BL-166, "FRONT DOOR LOCK" .
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WIIA0374E
2004 Quest
REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM
REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM
Component Parts and Harness Connector Location
PFP:28596
A
EIS001Q5
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
BL
J
K
L
M
LIIA1904E
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2004 Quest
REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM
System Description
EIS001Q6
INPUTS
Power is supplied at all times
●
to BCM terminal 55
●
through 50A fusible link (letter j , located in the fuse and fusible link box).
●
to BCM terminal 42
●
through 15A fuse [No. 3, located in the fuse block (J/B)].
When the key switch is ON, power is supplied
●
to BCM terminal 37
●
through key switch terminals 1 and 2
●
through 15A fuse [No. 19, located in the fuse block (J/B)].
When the key switch is in ACC or ON, power is supplied
●
to BCM terminal 11
●
through 10A fuse [No. 4, located in the fuse block (J/B)].
When the key switch is in ON or START, power is supplied
●
to BCM terminal 38
●
through 10A fuse [No. 16, located in the fuse block (J/B)].
When the front door switch LH is ON (door is OPEN), ground is supplied
●
to BCM terminal 62
●
through front door switch LH terminal 1
●
to front door switch LH case ground.
When the front door switch RH is ON (door is OPEN), ground is supplied
●
to BCM terminal 12
●
through front door switch RH terminal 1
●
to front door switch RH case ground.
When the sliding door switch LH is ON (door is OPEN), ground is supplied
●
to BCM terminal 63
●
through sliding door switch LH terminal 1
●
to sliding door switch LH case ground.
When the sliding door switch RH is ON (door is OPEN), ground is supplied
●
to BCM terminal 13
●
through sliding door switch RH terminal 1
●
to sliding door switch RH case ground.
When the back door switch is ON (door is OPEN), ground is supplied
●
to BCM terminal 58
●
through back door switch terminal 1 (without back door closure system) or,
●
through back door latch terminal 7 (with back door closure system)
●
through back door switch terminal 3 (without back door closure system),.
●
through back door latch terminal 8 (with back door closure system),.
●
to body grounds D403 and D404.
Keyfob signal is inputted to BCM from the remote keyless entry receiver.
The remote keyless entry system controls operation of the
●
power door lock
●
sliding door opener
●
back door opener
●
interior lamp and step lamps
●
panic alarm
●
hazard and horn reminder
●
keyless power window down (open)
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●
auto door lock operation
A
OPERATION PROCEDURE
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
When the keyfob is operated, the signal from the keyfob is sent and the remote keyless entry receiver
receives the signal and sends it to the BCM. The BCM only locks/unlocks the doors if the ID number
matches. (Remote control entry functions)
Using the keyfob, the transmitter sends radio waves to the remote keyless entry receiver, which then
sends the received waves to the BCM. Only if the ID number matches does the BCM lock/unlock the
doors. (Remote control door function)
Unless the key is inserted into the ignition key cylinder or one of the doors is opened within 1 minute after
the UNLOCK switch on the keyfob is pressed, all the doors are automatically locked. (Auto lock function)
When a door is locked or unlocked, the vehicle turn signal lamps flash and the horn sounds to verify operation. (Active check function)
When the key is in the ignition key cylinder (when the key switch is ON) and one of the doors is open, the
door lock function does not work even when the door lock is operated with the keyfob.
Keyfob ID set up is available.
If a keyfob is lost, a new keyfob can be set up. A maximum of 5 IDs can be set up.
Operation Description
●
When a button on the keyfob is operated, the signal is sent from the keyfob and received by the keyless
remote entry receiver.
●
The received signal is sent to the BCM and compared with the registered ID number.
●
If the ID number matches, the BCM sends the lock/unlock signal to each door lock actuator.
●
When the door lock actuators receive this signal, each operates to lock/unlock its door.
Remote control entry operation conditions
Keyfob operation
Door lock operation (unlocking)
C
D
E
F
Remote Control Entry Functions
Door lock operation (locking)
B
With key removed (key switch: OFF)
●
Closing all doors (door switch: OFF)
H
BL
Operation condition
●
G
J
With key removed (key switch: OFF)
Auto Lock Function
Operation Description
●
Unless the key is inserted into the ignition key cylinder, one of the doors is opened, or the keyfob is operated within 1 minute after a door lock is unlocked by keyfob operation, all the doors are automatically
locked.
The 1 minute timer count is executed by the BCM and after 1 minute, the BCM sends the lock signal to all
doors.
Lock operations are the same as for the remote control entry function.
Remote Control Auto Sliding Door Function (Vehicles With Auto Slide Door System)
Switching from all closed to all open
●
When a button on the keyfob is operated, the signal is sent from the keyfob and received by the remote
keyless entry receiver.
●
The received signal is sent to the BCM and compared with the registered ID number.
●
If the ID number matches, the BCM sends the sliding door open signal to the sliding door control unit.
●
When the sliding door control unit receives the sliding door open signal, if the remote control auto sliding
door operation enable conditions are met, the warning chime is sounded and the sliding door unlock signal is sent to the sliding door latch control unit.
●
When the sliding door latch control unit receives the sliding door unlock signal, it operates the release
actuator and unlocks the door lock.
●
The sliding door control unit operates the magnetic clutch and the sliding door motor to slide the sliding
door in the open direction (At this time, speed control, input reverse, and overload reverse control are executed.)
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L
M
REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM
When the sliding door is opened to the fully open position, the full-open lock engages, the full-open position is detected with the rotation sensor, the sliding door motor is stopped and the magnetic clutch is controlled ON → half clutch → OFF.
●
This is held by locking the sliding door at the full open position.
Full open → full closed operation
●
When a button of the keyfob is operated, the signal is sent from the keyfob and received by the remote
keyless entry receiver.
●
The received signal is sent to the BCM and compared with the registered ID number.
●
If the ID number matches, the BCM sends the sliding door close request signal to the sliding door control
unit.
●
When the sliding door control unit receives the sliding door close request signal, if the remote control auto
sliding door operation enable conditions are met, the warning chime is sounded and the sliding door full
open unlock signal is sent to the sliding door latch control unit and the full open lock is unlocked.
●
The sliding door control unit operates the magnetic clutch and the sliding door motor to slide the sliding
door in the close direction. (At this time, the sliding door control unit executes speed control, input reverse,
and overload reverse control.)
●
When the sliding door comes to the half-latch state, the sliding door latch control unit detects the half-latch
state through half-latch switch operation. The sliding door latch control unit uses communication to send
the half-latch status to the sliding door control unit.
●
When the sliding door control unit receives the signal, it switches OFF the sliding door motor and controls
the magnetic clutch ON → half clutch.
●
When the sliding door auto closure operates and the full latch is detected, the magnetic clutch is controlled half clutch → OFF and when the sliding door auto closure operation ends, the door is fully closed.
Operation condition
●
Keyfob operation
Operation condition
Sliding door open operation
With key removed (key switch: OFF)
Sliding door close operation
With key removed (key switch: OFF)
For the auto sliding door system operation enable conditions, refer to BL-86, "System Description" .
Active Check Function
Operation Description
When a door is locked or unlocked by keyfob operation, the vehicle turn signals flash and the horn sounds to
verify operation.
●
When a button on the keyfob is operated, the signal is sent from the remote controller and received by the
keyless remote entry receiver.
●
The received signal is sent to the BCM and compared with the registered ID number.
●
If the ID number matches, the BCM sends the turn signal flashing and horn signal to the IPDM E/R.
●
The IPDM E/R flashes the turn signal lamps and sounds the horn for each keyfob operation.
Operating function of hazard and horn reminder
C mode
S mode
Keyfob operation
Lock
Unlock
Lock
Unlock
Hazard warning lamp
flash
Twice
Once
Twice
—
Horn sound
Once
—
—
—
Remote Control Entry Operation
Operation is possible when any of the following operating conditions are met.
●
When a button on the keyfob is operated, the signal is sent from the keyfob and received by the remote
keyless entry receiver.
●
The received signal is sent from remote keyless entry receiver terminal 2 to BCM terminal 20 and compared with the registered ID number.
●
If the ID number matches, the BCM sends the lock/unlock signal to the door lock actuator LH.
When the door lock signal is received,
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The BCM supplies voltage from terminal 50 to front door lock assembly LH (actuator) terminal 3 and the
front door LH lock is locked
When the door unlock signal is received,
●
The BCM supplies voltage from terminal 44 to front door lock assembly LH (actuator) terminal 2 and the
front door LH is unlocked.
The front door lock assembly LH (actuator) operation detects the lock/unlock operation of the driver door lock
with the status detection switch built into the front door lock assembly (actuator).
When the BCM receives the door lock signal,
●
The BCM supplies voltage from terminal 50 to all door lock actuator terminals 3 (front RH), 4 [sliding RH
and LH, back (without back door closure system)] and locks the doors.
When the BCM receives the door unlock signal,
●
The BCM supplies voltage from terminal 51 to all door lock actuator terminals 2 and unlocks the doors.
When the sliding door control unit receives the door lock signal (same operation for both left and right sliding),
●
It supplies voltage from sliding door control unit terminal 25 to sliding door lock actuator terminal 4 and
locks the sliding doors.
When the sliding door control unit receives the door unlock signal (same operation for both left and right sliding),
●
It supplies voltage from sliding door control unit terminal 28 to sliding door lock actuator terminal 2 and
unlocks the sliding doors.
When the back door control unit receives the door lock signal,
●
It stops the supply of voltage to the back door closure motor and stops the back door open operation.
When the back door control unit receives the door unlock signal,
●
The supply of voltage to the back door closure motor goes on standby and operation of the back door
opener switch enables operation.
●
Remote Control Auto Sliding Door Operation
For explanation of remote control auto sliding door operation, refer to BL-86, "System Description" .
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
BL
Active Check Function
When a door is locked or unlocked by keyfob operation, the turn signal lamps are flashed and the horn sounds
to verify operation.
●
When a button on the keyfob is operated, the signal is sent from the keyfob and received by the remote
keyless entry receiver.
●
The received signal is sent from the remote keyless entry receiver terminal 2 to BCM terminal 20 and
compared with the registered ID number.
●
If the ID number matches, the BCM uses communication to send the turn signal flash signal to the IPDM
E/R.
●
The IPDM E/R supplies voltage, turning on each turn signal lamp.
K
L
M
Hazard and Horn Reminder
BCM output to IPDM E/R for horn reminder signal as DATA LINE (CAN-H line and CAN-L line).
The hazard and horn reminder has C mode (horn chirp mode) and S mode (non-horn chirp mode).
How to change hazard and horn reminder mode
With CONSULT-II
Hazard and horn reminder can be changed using “WORK SUPPORT” mode in “MULTI ANSWER BACK SET".
Without CONSULT-II
Refer to Owner's Manual for instructions.
Interior Lamp Operation
When the following input signals are both supplied:
●
all door switches are in the OFF position. (when all the doors are closed);
●
interior lamp switch is in DOOR position.
Remote keyless entry system turns on interior lamp and ignition illumination (for 30 seconds) with input of
UNLOCK signal from keyfob.
For detailed description, refer to LT-131, "ROOM LAMP TIMER OPERATION" .
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Panic Alarm Operation
When key switch is OFF (when ignition key is not inserted in key cylinder), remote keyless entry system turns
on and off horn and headlamp intermittently with input of PANIC ALARM signal from keyfob.
The alarm automatically turns off after 25 seconds or when BCM receives any signal from keyfob.
Keyless Power Window Down (open) Operation
When keyfob unlock switch is turned ON with ignition switch OFF, and the switch is detected to be on continuously for 3 seconds, the driver's door and passenger's door power windows are simultaneously opened.
Power window is operated to open and the operation continues as long as the keyfob unlock switch is
pressed.
CAN Communication System Description
EIS001Q7
Refer to LAN-6, "CAN COMMUNICATION" .
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Schematic
EIS001Q8
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
BL
J
K
L
M
LIWA0515E
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Wiring Diagram — KEYLES—
EIS001Q9
FIG. 1
WIWA0251E
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FIG. 2
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
BL
J
K
L
M
WIWA0903E
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FIG. 3
LIWA0506E
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Terminals and Reference Value for BCM
EIS001QA
A
Terminal
Wire
Color
1
BR/W
Item
Condition
Voltage (V)
(Approx.)
B
Key ring illumination ON
0
Key ring illumination OFF
Battery voltage
Ignition switch (ACC or ON)
Ignition switch (ACC or ON position)
Battery voltage
Ignition key illumination
11
V
12
Y/L
Front door switch RH
Door close (OFF) → Open (ON)
Battery voltage → 0
13
O/B
Sliding door switch RH
Door close (OFF) → Open (ON)
Battery voltage → 0
18
P
19
V/W
Ground
—
0
Remote keyless entry receiver
power supply
—
5
C
D
E
20
Y/G
Remote keyless entry receiver
signal
—
F
G
H
22
Y/B
Power window serial link
—
BL
LIIA0166E
37
B/R
Key switch
Key inserted in IGN key cylinder →
Key removed from IGN key cylinder
Battery voltage → 0
Ignition switch (ON or START position)
Battery voltage
38
G
Ignition switch (ON or START)
39
L
CAN-H
—
—
40
Y
CAN-L
—
—
41
R/G
Battery saver
(Interior lamp)
42
Y/G
Battery power supply
44
G
45
Battery saver does operated →
Does not operated (ON → OFF)
—
K
Battery voltage → 0
Door lock & unlock switch
(Neutral → Unlock)
0 → Battery voltage
GR/L
Turn signal LH
When doors are locked or unlocked
using keyfob (OFF → ON) *2
0 → Battery voltage
46
G/Y
Turn signal RH
When doors are locked or unlocked
using keyfob (OFF → ON) *2
0 → Battery voltage
47
R/W
Step lamp LH and RH
48
P
Room lamp
49 *3
B
Ground
50
V
Door lock actuators
Door lock & unlock switch
(Neutral → Lock)
0 → Battery voltage
51
G/Y
Passenger and rear doors lock
actuator
Door lock & unlock switch
(Neutral → Unlock)
0 → Battery voltage
52
B/W
Ground
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Step lamp ON
0
Step lamp OFF
Battery voltage
Room lamp ON *1
Battery voltage
—
—
BL-63
L
Battery voltage
Driver door lock actuator
Room Lamp OFF *1
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0
0
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Terminal
Wire
Color
54
W/R
Power window power source
—
Battery voltage
55
W/B
Battery power supply
—
Battery voltage
58
O
62
63
Item
Voltage (V)
(Approx.)
Condition
Back door switch
Door close (OFF) → Open (ON)
Battery voltage → 0
GR/R
Front door switch LH
Door close (OFF) → Open (ON)
Battery voltage → 0
W/G
Sliding door switch LH
Door close (OFF) → Open (ON)
Battery voltage → 0
●
*1: when room lamp switch is in "DOOR" position.
●
*2: when hazard reminder is ON.
●
*3 early production.
Terminals and Reference Value for IPDM E/R
Terminal
Wire
Color
38
B
Item
Ground
EIS001QB
Condition
Voltage (V)
(Approx.)
—
0
48
L
CAN-H
—
—
49
Y
CAN-L
—
—
51
G/W
60
B
Horn relay
When doors locks are operated
using keyfob (OFF → ON) *
Ground
—
Battery voltage → 0
0
*: when horn reminder is ON.
CONSULT-II Function (BCM)
EIS0071Z
CONSULT-II can display each diagnostic item using the diagnostic test modes shown following.
BCM diagnostic
test item
Diagnostic mode
WORK SUPPORT
DATA MONITOR
ACTIVE TEST
Inspection by part
Content
Changes setting of each function.
Displays BCM input/output data in real time.
Operation of electrical loads can be checked by sending drive signal to them.
SELF-DIAG RESULTS
Displays BCM self-diagnosis results.
CAN DIAG SUPPORT
MNTR
The results of transmit/receive diagnosis of CAN communication can be read.
ECU PART NUMBER
BCM part number can be read.
CONFIGURATION
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Performs BCM configuration read/write functions.
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CONSULT-II Inspection Procedure
EIS001QD
A
“MULTI REMOTE ENT”
CAUTION:
If CONSULT-II is used with no connection of CONSULT-II CONVERTER, malfunctions might be
detected in self-diagnosis depending on control unit which carries out CAN communication.
1. Turn ignition switch OFF.
2. Connect CONSULT-II and CONSULT-II CONVERTER to the
data link connector.
B
C
D
E
BBIA0336E
F
3.
4.
Turn ignition switch ON.
Touch “START”.
G
H
BL
BCIA0029E
J
5.
Touch “BCM”.
If "BCM" is not indicated, refer to GI-37, "CONSULT-II Data Link
Connector (DLC) Circuit" .
K
L
M
BCIA0030E
6.
Touch “MULTI REMOTE ENT”.
LIIA0194E
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7.
Select diagnosis mode.
“DATA MONITOR”, “ACTIVE TEST” and “WORK SUPPORT”
are available.
BCIA0031E
CONSULT-II Application Items
EIS001QE
“MULTI REMOTE ENT”
Data Monitor
Monitored Item
Description
DOOR SW-AS
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of front door switch RH.
DOOR SW-DR
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of front door switch LH.
KEY ON SW
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of key switch.
ACC ON SW
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of ignition switch in ACC position.
IGN ON SW
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of ignition switch in ON position.
PANIC BTN
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of panic signal from keyfob.
UN BUTTON/SIG
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of unlock signal from keyfob.
LK BUTTON/SIG
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of lock signal from keyfob.
KEY CYL LK-SW
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of lock signal from door key cylinder switch.
KEY CYL UN-SW
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of unlock signal from door key cylinder switch.
UNLK SW DR/AS
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of unlock signal from lock/unlock switch.
LOCK SW DR/AS
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of lock signal from lock/unlock switch.
DOOR SW-RL
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of sliding door switch LH.
DOOR SW-RR
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of sliding door switch RH.
LK/UN BTN ON
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of lock/unlock signal at the same time from keyfob.
UN BUTTON ON
Indicates [ON/OFF] condition of unlock signal from keyfob.
Active Test
Test Item
Description
INT ILLUM
This test is able to check interior lamp illumination operation. The interior lamp illumination is turned
on when “ON” on CONSULT-II screen is touched.
IGN ILLUM
This test is able to check ignition illumination operation. The ignition illumination is turned on when
“ON” on CONSULT-II screen is touched.
FLASHER RIGHT(CAN)
This test is able to check right hazard reminder operation. The right hazard lamp turns on when
“ON” on CONSULT-II screen is touched.
FLASHER LEFT(CAN)
This test is able to check left hazard reminder operation. The left hazard lamp turns on when “ON”
on CONSULT-II screen is touched.
HORN
This test is able to check panic alarm and horn reminder operations. The alarm activate for 0.5 seconds after “ON” on CONSULT-II screen is touched.
HEAD LAMP (HI)
This test is able to check headlamps panic alarm operation. The headlamp illuminates for 0.5 seconds after “ON” on CONSULT-II screen is touched.
POWER WINDOW DOWN
This test is able to check power window down operation. The windows are lowered when “ON” on
CONSULT-II screen is touched.
TRUNK/BACK DOOR
This test is able to check back door actuator operation. The back door is unlocked when “ON” on
CONSULT-II screen is touched.
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Work Support
Test Item
A
Description
REMO CONT ID CONFIR
It can be checked whether keyfob ID code is registered or not in this mode.
REMO CONT ID REGIST
Keyfob ID code can be registered.
REMO CONT ID ERASUR
Keyfob ID code can be erased.
MULTI ANSWER BACK SET
Hazard and horn reminder mode can be changed in this mode. The reminder mode will be changed
when “CHANG SETT” on CONSULT-II screen is touched.
AUTO LOCK SET
Auto locking function mode can be changed in this mode. The function mode will be changed when
"CHANG SETT" on CONSULT-II screen is touched.
PANIC ALRM SET
Panic alarm operation mode can be changed in this mode. The operation mode will be changed
when "CHANG SETT" on CONSULT-II screen is touched.
TRUNK OPEN SET
Trunk lid opener operation mode can be changed in this mode. The operation mode will be changed
when "CHANG SETT" on CONSULT-II screen is touched.
PW DOWN SET
Keyless power window down (open) operation mode can be changed in this mode. The operation
mode will be changed when "CHANG SETT" on CONSULT-II screen is touched.
B
D
E
F
Hazard and horn reminder mode
MODE 1
(C mode)
C
MODE 2
(S mode)
MODE 3
MODE 4
MODE 5
MODE 6
G
Keyfob
operation
Lock
Unlock
Lock
Unlock
Lock
Unlock
Lock
Unlock
Lock
Unlock
Lock
Unlock
Hazard warning
lamp flash
Twice
Once
Twice
—
—
—
Twice
Once
Twice
—
—
Once
Horn sound
Once
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Once
—
Once
—
Auto locking function mode
Auto locking function
BL
MODE 1
MODE 2
MODE 3
5 minutes
Nothing
1 minute
J
Panic alarm operation mode
Keyfob operation
H
MODE 1
MODE 2
MODE 3
0.5 seconds
Nothing
1.5 seconds
K
MODE 1
MODE 2
MODE 3
L
0.5 seconds
Nothing
1.5 seconds
Trunk lid open operation mode
Keyfob operation
Keyless power window down operation mode
Keyfob operation
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MODE 1
MODE 2
MODE 3
3 seconds
Nothing
5 seconds
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Trouble Diagnosis Procedure
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
EIS001QF
Check the symptom and customer's requests.
Understand outline of system. Refer to BL-54, "System Description" .
Confirm system operation. that
● Check that the power door lock system operates normally. Refer to BL-17, "POWER DOOR LOCK
SYSTEM" .
● Check that the automatic sliding door system operates normally. Refer to BL-85, "AUTOMATIC SLIDING DOOR SYSTEM" .
● Check that the automatic back door system operates normally. Refer to BL-134, "AUTOMATIC BACK
DOOR SYSTEM" .
Perform pre-diagnosis inspection. Refer to BL-68, "Pre-Diagnosis Inspection" .
Refer to trouble diagnosis chart by symptom, repair or replace any malfunctioning parts. Refer to BL-69,
"Trouble Diagnoses" .
Inspection End.
Pre-Diagnosis Inspection
EIS001QG
BCM POWER SUPPLY AND GROUND CIRCUIT INSPECTION
1. FUSE INSPECTION
●
Check the following fuses and fusible link in the fuse block (J/B) and fuse and fusible link box.
Unit
BCM
Terminal No.
Signal name
No.
Location
55
Battery power supply
j
Fuse and fusible link box
11
ACC power supply
4
Fuse block (J/B)
38
IGN power supply
16
Fuse block (J/B)
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 2.
NG
>> If fuse is blown, be sure to eliminate cause of problem before installing new fuse. Refer to PG-4,
"POWER SUPPLY ROUTING CIRCUIT" .
2. POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT INSPECTION
Disconnect BCM connector, and connect vehicle-side connector terminals shown below to positive probe and
body ground to negative probe. Measure voltage.
Unit
BCM
Terminal No.
Signal name
Ignition switch
Voltage
55
Battery power supply
OFF
Battery voltage
11
ACC power supply
ACC
Battery voltage
38
IGN power supply
ON
Battery voltage
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 3.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
3. GROUND CIRCUIT INSPECTION
Check continuity between BCM vehicle-side connector and body ground.
Unit
BCM
Terminal No.
Signal name
Ignition switch
Continuity
49*, 52
Ground
OFF
Yes
*: Early production
OK or NG
OK
>> Power supply and ground circuits are normal.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
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Trouble Diagnoses
EIS001QH
A
SYMPTOM CHART
NOTE:
●
Always check the "Trouble Diagnosis Procedure" before troubleshooting. Refer to BL-68, "Trouble Diagnosis Procedure" .
●
Always check keyfob battery before replacing keyfob. Refer to BL-75, "Keyfob Battery and Function
Check" .
●
The panic alarm operation and trunk lid opener operation of remote keyless entry system do not activate
with the ignition key inserted in the ignition key cylinder.
●
Use Remote Keyless Entry Tester J-43241 (follow instructions on tester) to check operation of keyfob
before replacing keyfob.
Symptom
Diagnoses/service procedure
1. Keyfob battery and function check (use Remote Keyless Entry
Tester J-43241)
All function of remote keyless entry system do not
operate.
BL-75
NOTE:
If the result of keyfob function check is OK, keyfob is not malfunctioning.
BL-77
1. Keyfob battery and function check (use Remote Keyless Entry
Tester J-43241)
BL-75
Door lock or unlock does not function.
(If the power door lock system does not operate
manually, check power door lock system. Refer to
BL-17, "POWER DOOR LOCK SYSTEM" )
BL-71
3. Door switch check
BL-72,
BL-74
4. ACC power check
BL-78
BCS-19
G
BL
J
BL-75
NOTE:
If the result of keyfob function check is OK, keyfob is not malfunctioning.
2. Replace BCM.
E
H
2. Key switch (insert) check
1. Keyfob battery and function check (use Remote Keyless Entry
Tester J-43241)
D
F
2. Check BCM and keyless receiver.
5. Replace BCM.
C
Reference
page
NOTE:
If the result of keyfob function check is OK, keyfob is not malfunctioning.
The new ID of keyfob cannot be entered.
B
K
BCS-19
L
1. Check hazard and horn reminder mode with CONSULT-II
Hazard and horn reminder does not activate properly when pressing lock or unlock button of keyfob.
NOTE:
Hazard and horn reminder mode can be changed.
First check the hazard and horn reminder mode setting.
2. Door switch check
3. Replace BCM.
BL-66
M
BL-72, BL74
BCS-19
1. Check hazard reminder mode with CONSULT-II
Hazard reminder does not activate properly when
pressing lock or unlock button of keyfob.
(Horn reminder OK)
NOTE:
Hazard reminder mode can be changed.
First check the hazard reminder mode setting.
2. Check hazard function with hazard switch
3. Replace BCM.
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Symptom
Diagnoses/service procedure
Reference
page
1. Check horn reminder mode with CONSULT-II
Horn reminder does not activate properly when
pressing lock or unlock button of keyfob.
(Hazard reminder OK)
NOTE:
Horn reminder mode can be changed.
First check the horn reminder mode setting.
2. Check horn function with horn switch
3. IPDM E/R operation check
4. Replace BCM.
Sliding door open/close operation is not carried out
with keyfob operation.
(The automatic sliding door system is normal.)
BL-79
BCS-19
BL-75
2. Key switch (insert) check
BL-71
3. Remote keyless entry receiver system
BL-77
BCS-19
1. Room lamp operation check
BL-79
2. Ignition key illumination operation check
BL-80
3.Step lamp operation check
4. Door switch check
5. Replace BCM.
1. Keyfob battery and function check (use Remote Keyless Entry
Tester J-43241)
Panic alarm (horn and headlamp) does not activate
when panic alarm button is continuously pressed.
—
1. Keyfob battery and function check (use Remote Keyless Entry
Tester J-43241)
4. Replace BCM.
Room lamp, ignition key illumination and step lamp
operation do not activate properly.
BL-66
LT-129
BL-72, BL74
BCS-19
BL-75
NOTE:
If the result of keyfob function check is OK, keyfob is not malfunctioning.
2. Key switch (insert) check
3. Replace BCM.
BL-71
BCS-19
1. Check auto door lock operation mode with CONSULT-II
Auto door lock operation does not activate properly.
(All other remote keyless entry functions OK.)
NOTE:
Auto door lock operation mode can be changed.
First check the auto door lock operation mode setting.
2. Replace BCM.
BL-67
BCS-19
1. Check power window down operation mode with CONSULT-II
Keyless power window down (open) operation does
not activate properly.
(All other remote keyless entry functions OK.)
NOTE:
Power window down operation mode can be changed.
First check the power window down operation mode setting.
2. Check power window function with switch
3. Replace BCM.
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Key Switch Check
EIS001QM
1. CHECK KEY SWITCH INPUT SIGNAL
A
With CONSULT-II
Check key switch "KEY ON SW" in DATA MONITOR mode with CONSULT–II. Refer to BL-38, "DATA MONITOR" .
●
When key is inserted to ignition key cylinder:
KEY ON SW
●
B
C
:ON
When key is removed from ignition key cylinder:
KEY ON SW
D
:OFF
E
PIIA6470E
Without CONSULT-II
Check voltage between BCM connector M18 terminal 37 and ground.
Terminal
(Wire color)
Connector
M18
(+)
(–)
37
(B/R)
Ground
Condition
Voltage (V)
(Approx.)
Key is inserted.
Battery voltage
Key is removed.
0
F
G
H
BL
OK or NG
OK
>> Key switch circuit is OK.
NG
>> GO TO 2.
J
LIIA0567E
2. CHECK KEY SWITCH (INSERT)
K
Check continuity between key switch terminals.
Terminals
1–2
Condition
Continuity
Key is inserted.
Yes
Key is removed.
No
L
M
OK or NG?
OK
>> Repair or replace harness.
NG
>> Replace key switch.
LIIA1906E
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Door Switch Check (Without Automatic Back Door System)
EIS0020L
1. CHECK DOOR SWITCHES INPUT SIGNAL
With CONSULT-II
Check door switches ("DOOR SW-DR", "DOOR SW-AS", "DOOR SW-RL", "DOOR SW-RR", "BACK DOOR
SW") in DATA MONITOR mode with CONSULT–II.Refer to BL-38, "DATA MONITOR" .
●
When any doors are open:
DOOR SW-DR
DOOR SW-AS
DOOR SW-RL
DOOR SW-RR
BACK DOOR SW
●
:ON
:ON
:ON
:ON
:ON
When any doors are closed:
DOOR SW-DR
DOOR SW-AS
DOOR SW-RL
DOOR SW-RR
BACK DOOR SW
:OFF
:OFF
:OFF
:OFF
:OFF
LIIA0665E
Without CONSULT-II
Check voltage between BCM connector M18 or M20 terminals 12, 13, 58, 62, 63 and ground.
Connector
M20
M18
Terminals (Wire color)
Item
(+)
Back door
switch
58 (O)
Front door
switch LH
62 (GR/R)
Sliding door
switch LH
63 (W/G)
Front door
switch RH
12 (Y/L)
Sliding door
switch RH
13 (O/B)
(–)
Ground
Condition
Voltage (V)
(Approx.)
Open
↓
Closed
0
↓
Battery voltage
LIIA0666E
OK or NG
OK
>> System is OK.
NG
>> GO TO 2.
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2. CHECK DOOR SWITCH CIRCUIT
1.
2.
3.
1 (GR/R) - 62 (GR/R)
1 (Y/L) - 12 (Y/L)
1 (W/G) - 63 (W/G)
1 (R/W) - 13 (O/B)
1 (O) - 58 (O)
4.
A
Turn ignition switch OFF.
Disconnect door switch and BCM.
Check continuity between door switch connector B8 (Front LH), B108 (Front RH), B46 (Sliding LH), B135
(Sliding RH) or D512 (Back) terminal 1 and BCM connector M18, M20 terminals 12, 13, 58, 62 and 63
:Continuity should exist
:Continuity should exist
:Continuity should exist
:Continuity should exist
:Continuity should exist
C
D
Check continuity between door switch connector B8 (Front LH),
B108 (Front RH), B46 (Sliding LH), B135 (Sliding RH) or D512
(Back) terminal 1 and ground.
1 (GR/R, Y/L, W/G, R/W
or O) - Ground
:Continuity should not exist
E
WIIA0371E
F
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 3.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
G
3. CHECK DOOR SWITCHES
●
●
B
H
Disconnect door switch harness.
Check continuity between door switch connector terminals.
BL
Terminal
Door switch
1 – Ground
Condition
Continuity
Open
Yes
Closed
No
J
OK or NG
OK
>> Check door switch case ground condition (front and sliding door) or ground circuit (back door).
NG
>> Replace door switch, or repair or replace harness.
K
LIIA0643E
L
M
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Door Switch Check (With Automatic Back Door System)
EIS0020M
1. CHECK DOOR SWITCHES INPUT SIGNAL
With CONSULT-II
Check door switches ("DOOR SW-DR", "DOOR SW-AS", "DOOR SW-RL", "DOOR SW-RR", "BACK DOOR
SW") in DATA MONITOR mode with CONSULT–II.Refer to BL-38, "DATA MONITOR" .
●
When any doors are open:
DOOR SW-DR
DOOR SW-AS
DOOR SW-RL
DOOR SW-RR
BACK DOOR SW
●
:ON
:ON
:ON
:ON
:ON
When any doors are closed:
DOOR SW-DR
DOOR SW-AS
DOOR SW-RL
DOOR SW-RR
BACK DOOR SW
:OFF
:OFF
:OFF
:OFF
:OFF
LIIA0665E
Without CONSULT-II
Check voltage between BCM connector M18 or M20 terminals 12, 13, 58, 62, 63 and ground.
Connector
M20
M18
Terminals (Wire color)
Item
(+)
Back door
lock actuator
58 (O)
Front door
switch LH
62 (GR/R)
Sliding door
switch LH
63 (W/G)
Front door
switch RH
12 (Y/L)
Sliding door
switch RH
13 (O/B)
(–)
Ground
Condition
Voltage (V)
(Approx.)
Open
↓
Closed
0
↓
Battery voltage
LIIA0666E
OK or NG
OK
>> System is OK.
NG
>> GO TO 2.
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2. CHECK DOOR SWITCH CIRCUIT
1.
2.
3.
1 (GR/R) - 62 (GR/R)
1 (Y/L) - 12 (Y/L)
1 (W/G) - 63 (W/G)
1 (R/W) - 13 (O/B)
7 (O) - 58 (O)
4.
A
Turn ignition switch OFF.
Disconnect door switch and BCM.
Check continuity between door switch connector B8 (Front LH), B108 (Front RH), B46 (Sliding LH), B135
(Sliding RH) terminal 1 or back door latch actuator D511 terminal 7 and BCM connector M18, M20 terminals 12, 13, 58, 62 and 63
C
:Continuity should exist
:Continuity should exist
:Continuity should exist
:Continuity should exist
:Continuity should exist
D
E
Check continuity between door switch connector B8 (Front LH),
B108 (Front RH), B46 (Sliding LH), B135 (Sliding RH) terminal 1
or D511 terminal 7 and ground.
1 (GR/R, Y/L, W/G or R/
W) - Ground
7 (O) - Ground
:Continuity should not exist
B
WIIA0371E
:Continuity should not exist
F
G
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 3.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
H
3. CHECK DOOR SWITCHES
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●
BL
Disconnect door switch harness.
Check continuity between door switch connector terminals.
Terminal
Door switch
Back door latch
actuator
1 – Ground
7 – Ground
Condition
Continuity
Open
Yes
Closed
No
Open
Yes
Closed
No
J
K
OK or NG
OK
>> Check door switch case ground condition.
NG
>> Replace door switch.
L
LIIA0674E
M
Keyfob Battery and Function Check
EIS001QI
1. CHECK KEYFOB BATTERY
Remove battery and measure voltage across battery positive and negative terminals, (+) and (−).
Voltage
: 2.5V - 3.0V
NOTE:
Keyfob does not function if battery is not set correctly.
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 2.
NG
>> Replace keyfob battery. Refer to BL-84, "Keyfob Battery
Replacement" .
SEL237W
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2. CHECK KEYFOB FUNCTION
With CONSULT-II
Check keyfob function in “DATA MONITOR” mode with CONSULT-II.
When pushing each button of keyfob, the corresponding monitor item should
be turned as follows.
Condition
Monitor item
Pushing LOCK
KEYLESS LOCK
: ON
Pushing UNLOCK
KEYLESS UNLOCK
: ON
Keep pushing UNLOCK
RKE KEEP UNLK
turns to ON 3 seconds
after UNLOCK button
is pushed.
LIIA0852E
Pushing PANIC
KEYLESS PANIC
: ON
Pushing LOCK and UNLOCK
at the same time
RKE LCK-UNLCK
: ON
Pushing SLID DOOR RH
OPEN
KEYLESS PSD *1
: ON
KEYLESS PSD R *2
: ON
Pushing SLID DOOR LH
OPEN
KEYLESS PSD L *2
: ON
*1: With auto sliding door RH
*2: With auto sliding door RH and LH
Without CONSULT-II
Check keyfob function using Remote Keyless Entry Tester J-43241.
OK or NG
OK
>> WITH CONSULT-II: Keyfob, remote keyless entry receiver and wiring harness between BCM and
remote keyless entry receiver are OK. Replace BCM. Refer to BCS-19, "Removal and Installation
of BCM" .
OK
>> WITHOUT CONSULT-II: Keyfob is OK. Further inspection is necessary. Refer to BL-69, "SYMPTOM CHART" .
NG
>> WITH CONSULT-II: Further inspection is necessary. Refer to BL-69, "SYMPTOM CHART" .
NG
>> WITHOUT CONSULT-II: Replace keyfob. Refer to BL-81, "ID Code Entry Procedure" .
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Remote Keyless Entry Receiver System Inspection
EIS00720
A
1. REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY RECEIVER SIGNAL
B
Check signal voltage waveform between BCM connector M18 terminal 20 (Y/G) and ground using an oscilloscope.
Condition:
Keyfob buttons released
Keyfob buttons pressed
C
: Refer to BL-63, "Terminals and Reference Value
for BCM" .
: Refer to BL-63, "Terminals and Reference Value
for BCM" .
D
E
LIIA1275E
OK or NG
OK
>> Remote keyless entry receiver signal power supply, ground and signal circuits are OK. Replace
BCM. Refer to BCS-19, "Removal and Installation of BCM" .
NG
>> GO TO 2.
F
G
2. REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY RECEIVER POWER SUPPLY INSPECTION
H
Check signal voltage waveform between BCM connector M18 terminal 19 (V/W) and ground using an oscilloscope.
19 (V/W) - Ground
: Refer to BL-63, "Terminals and Reference Value
for BCM" .
BL
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 3.
NG
>> Replace BCM. Refer to BCS-19, "Removal and Installation of BCM" .
J
WIIA0433E
K
3. REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY RECEIVER GROUND CIRCUIT INSPECTION (BCM)
L
Check continuity between BCM connector M18 terminal 18 (P) and
ground.
18 (P) - Ground
: Continuity should exist.
M
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 4.
NG
>> Replace BCM. Refer to BCS-19, "Removal and Installation of BCM" .
WIIA0434E
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4. HARNESS INSPECTION BETWEEN BCM AND REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY RECEIVER
1.
2.
Disconnect remote keyless entry receiver and BCM connectors.
Check continuity between remote keyless entry receiver connector M120 terminals 1, 2, 4 and BCM connector M18 terminals 18, 19, 20.
1 (P) - 18 (P)
2 (Y/G) - 20 (Y/G)
4 (V/W) - 19 (V/W)
3.
: Continuity should exist.
: Continuity should exist.
: Continuity should exist.
Check continuity between remote keyless entry receiver terminals 1, 2 and 4 and ground.
1 (P) - Ground
2 (Y/G) - Ground
4 (V/W) - Ground
: Continuity should not exist.
: Continuity should not exist.
: Continuity should not exist.
WIIA0308E
OK or NG
OK
>> Replace remote keyless entry receiver.
NG
>> Repair or replace the harness between the remote keyless entry receiver and BCM.
ACC Power Check
EIS001QJ
1. CHECK ACC POWER
With CONSULT-II
Check "ACC ON SW" in DATA MONITOR mode with CONSULT–II. Refer to BL-38, "DATA MONITOR" .
Monitor Item
ACC ON SW
Condition
Ignition switch position is ACC
: ON
Ignition switch position is OFF
: OFF
PIIA3367E
Without CONSULT-II
Check voltage between BCM connector M18 terminal 11 and ground.
Connector
M18
Terminal
(Wire color)
(+)
(–)
11 (V)
Ground
Condition
Voltage (V)
(Approx.)
ACC
Battery voltage
OFF
0
OK or NG
OK
>> ACC power circuit is OK.
NG
>> Check the following.
● 10A fuse [No. 4, located in fuse block (J/B)]
● Harness for open or short.
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IPDM E/R Operation Check
EIS001QK
1. CHECK IPDM E/R INPUT VOLTAGE
A
Check voltage between IPDM E/R connector E121 terminal 51 and ground.
B
Connector
E121
Terminal
(Wire color)
(+)
(–)
51 (G/W)
Ground
Voltage (V)
(Approx.)
C
Battery voltage
OK or NG
OK
>> Replace IPDM E/R. Refer to PG-27, “Removal and
Installation of IPDM E/R“.
NG
>> GO TO 2.
D
E
PIIA6403E
2. CHECK HORN RELAY CIRCUIT
F
1.
2.
3.
G
Turn ignition switch OFF.
Disconnect IPDM E/R and horn relay.
Check continuity between IPDM E/R connector E121 terminal 51 and horn relay connector H-1 terminal 1.
51 (G/W) - 1 (G/W)
4.
:Continuity should exist.
H
Check continuity between IPDM E/R connector E121 terminal 51 and ground.
51 (G/W) - Ground
:Continuity should not exist.
OK or NG
OK
>> Further inspection is necessary. Refer to BL-69, "SYMPTOM CHART" .
NG
>> Repair or replace harness
BL
J
K
LIIA2171E
Check Hazard Function
EIS001QO
1. CHECK HAZARD WARNING LAMP
Does hazard indicator flash with hazard switch?
Yes or No
Yes
>> Hazard warning lamp circuit is OK.
No
>> Check hazard indicator Refer to LT-69, “TURN SIGNAL AND HAZARD LAMPS“.
Check Horn Function
M
EIS001QP
First, perform the "SELF-DIAG RESULTS" in "BCM" with CONSULT-II, then perform the trouble diagnosis of
malfunction system indicated in "SELF-DIAG RESULTS" of "BCM".
1. CHECK HORN FUNCTION
Does horn sound with horn switch?
Yes or No
Yes
>> Horn circuit is OK.
No
>> Check horn circuit. Refer to WW-49, “HORN“.
Check Headlamp Function
EIS001QQ
First, perform the "SELF-DIAG RESULTS" in "BCM" with CONSULT-II, then perform the trouble diagnosis of
malfunction system indicated in "SELF-DIAG RESULTS" of "BCM".
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1. CHECK HEADLAMP OPERATION
Does headlamp come on when turning lighting switch ON?
Yes or No
Yes
>> Headlamp operation circuit is OK.
No
>> Check headlamp circuit. Refer to LT-6, "HEADLAMP (FOR USA)" .
Check Map Lamp and Ignition Key Illumination Function
EIS001QR
1. CHECK MAP LAMP AND IGNITION KEY ILLUMINATION FUNCTION
When map lamp switch is in DOOR position, open the front door LH or RH.
Map lamp and ignition key illumination should illuminate.
OK or NG
OK
>> System is OK.
NG
>> Check ignition illumination circuit. Refer to LT-153, "ILLUMINATION" .
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ID Code Entry Procedure
EIS001QS
A
KEYFOB ID SET UP WITH CONSULT-II
NOTE:
●
If a keyfob is lost, the ID code of the lost keyfob must be erased to prevent unauthorized use. A
specific ID code can be erased with CONSULT-II. However, when the ID code of a lost keyfob is not
known, all controller ID codes should be erased. After all ID codes are erased, the ID codes of all
remaining and/or new keyfobs must be re-registered.
●
When registering an additional keyfob, the existing ID codes in memory may or may not be erased.
If five ID codes are stored in memory when an additional code is registered, only the oldest code is
erased. If less than five codes are stored in memory when an additional code is registered, the
new ID code is added and no ID codes are erased.
●
Entry of a maximum of five ID codes is allowed. When more than five codes are entered, the oldest
ID code will be erased.
●
Even if the same ID code that is already in memory is input, the same ID code can be entered. The
code is counted as an additional code.
CAUTION:
If CONSULT-II is used with no connection of CONSULT-II CONVERTER, malfunctions might be
detected in self-diagnosis depending on control unit which carries out CAN communication.
1. Turn ignition switch OFF.
2. Connect CONSULT-II and CONSULT-II CONVERTER to the
data link connector.
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
BL
BBIA0336E
3.
4.
J
Turn ignition switch ON.
Touch “START (NISSAN BASED VHCL)”.
K
L
M
BCIA0029E
5.
Touch “BCM”.
If "BCM" is not indicated, refer to GI-37, "CONSULT-II Data Link
Connector (DLC) Circuit" .
BCIA0030E
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6.
Touch “MULTI REMOTE ENT”.
LIIA0194E
7.
Touch “WORK SUPPORT”.
BCIA0031E
8.
The items are shown on the figure at left can be set up.
● “REMO CONT ID CONFIR”
Use this mode to confirm if a keyfob ID code is registered or
not.
● “REMO CONT ID REGIST”
Use this mode to register a keyfob ID code.
NOTE:
Register the ID code when keyfob or BCM is replaced, or
when additional keyfob is required.
● “REMO CONT ID ERASUR”
Use this mode to erase a keyfob ID code.
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KEYFOB ID SET UP WITHOUT CONSULT-II
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
BL
J
K
L
M
LIIA1670E
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NOTE:
●
If a keyfob is lost, the ID code of the lost keyfob must be erased to prevent unauthorized use. A specific ID
code can be erased with CONSULT-II. However, when the ID code of a lost keyfob is not known, all controller ID codes should be erased. After all ID codes are erased, the ID codes of all remaining and/or new
keyfobs must be re-registered.
To erase all ID codes in memory, register one ID code (keyfob) five times. After all ID codes are erased,
the ID codes of all remaining and/or new keyfobs must be re-registered.
●
When registering an additional keyfob, the existing ID codes in memory may or may not be erased. If five
ID codes are stored in memory, when an additional code is registered, only the oldest code is erased. If
less than five ID codes are stored in memory, when an additional ID code is registered, the new ID code is
added and no ID codes are erased.
●
If you need to activate more than two additional new keyfobs, repeat the procedure “Additional ID code
entry” for each new keyfob.
●
Entry of maximum five ID codes is allowed. When more than five ID codes are entered, the oldest ID code
will be erased.
●
Even if same ID code that is already in the memory is input, the same ID code can be entered. The code
is counted as an additional code.
Keyfob Battery Replacement
EIS001QT
LIIA0203E
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AUTOMATIC SLIDING DOOR SYSTEM
AUTOMATIC SLIDING DOOR SYSTEM
Component Parts and Harness Connector Location
PFP:28572
A
EIS001X6
B
C
D
E
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G
H
BL
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K
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M
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System Description
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EIS001X7
It is possible to automatically open/close the sliding doors with automatic main door switch, remote keyless entry controller, or sliding door open/close switch.
It is possible to switch the sliding doors between auto and manual operation by switching the automatic
main door switch ON/OFF.
OPERATION DESCRIPTION
Automatic Door Main Switch Operation (Fully Closed → Fully Open Operation)
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●
●
●
●
●
●
When the automatic door main switch is pressed, sliding door control unit terminal 15 receives the signal.
The sliding door control unit checks the automatic transaxle selector lever (A/T device) position through
terminal 18, vehicle speed through terminal 7 and battery voltage.
For automatic sliding door LH, fuel lid door status is checked through sliding door control unit terminal 13
Door lock status is checked through terminal 3, if the door is locked, the sliding door control unit will unlock
the door through terminal 30.
When the sliding door control unit receives the signal, if the auto sliding door operating enable conditions
are met, it sends the unlock signal to the sliding door latch control unit.
When the sliding door latch control unit receives the signal, it supplies voltage from terminal 10 to operate
the release actuator and unlatches the door lock.
The sliding door control unit supplies power from terminal 33 and supplies power from terminal 34 to the
magnetic clutch to operate the sliding door motor and slide the sliding door in the open direction. (At this
time, it also executes speed control, input reverse, and overload reverse control.)
When the sliding door is opened to the full-open position, the full-open position is detected by the encoder,
and the sliding door control unit switches the sliding door motor OFF and controls the magnetic clutch ON
→ half clutch → OFF.
The sliding door is mechanically held in the fully open position by the checker.
Remote Keyless Entry Switch Operation (Fully Closed → Fully Open Operation)
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●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
When the remote keyless entry switch is pressed for at lease 0.5 seconds, sliding door control unit terminal 7 receives the signal.
The sliding door control unit checks the automatic transaxle selector lever (A/T device) position through
terminal 18, vehicle speed through terminal 7 and battery voltage.
For automatic sliding door LH, fuel lid door status is checked through sliding door control unit terminal 13
Door lock status is checked through terminal 3, if the door is locked, the sliding door control unit will unlock
the door through terminal 30.
When the sliding door control unit receives the signal, if the auto sliding door operating enable conditions
are met, it sends the unlock signal to the sliding door latch control unit.
When the sliding door latch control unit receives the signal, it supplies voltage from terminal 10 to operate
the release actuator and unlatches the door lock.
The sliding door control unit supplies power from terminal 33 and supplies power from terminal 34 to the
magnetic clutch to operate the sliding door motor and slide the sliding door in the open direction. (At this
time, it also executes speed control, input reverse, and overload reverse control.)
When the sliding door is opened to the full-open position, the full-open position is detected by the encoder,
and the sliding door control unit switches the sliding door motor OFF and controls the magnetic clutch ON
→ half clutch → OFF.
The sliding door is mechanically held in the fully open position by the checker.
Sliding Door Open/Close Switch Operation (Fully Closed → Fully Open Operation)
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●
●
●
When the sliding door open/close switch is pressed, sliding door control unit terminal 2 receives the signal.
The sliding door control unit checks the automatic transaxle selector lever (A/T device) position through
terminal 18, vehicle speed through terminal 7 and battery voltage.
For automatic sliding door LH, fuel lid door status is checked through sliding door control unit terminal 13
When the sliding door control unit receives the signal, if the auto sliding door operating enable conditions
are met, including automatic door main switch in the ON position, doors in the unlock position and the
child lock switch in the OFF position, it sends the unlock signal to the sliding door latch control unit.
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When the sliding door latch control unit receives the signal, it supplies voltage from terminal 10 to operate
the release actuator and unlatches the door lock.
The sliding door control unit supplies power from terminal 33 and supplies power from terminal 34 to the
magnetic clutch to operate the sliding door motor and slide the sliding door in the open direction. (At this
time, it also executes speed control, input reverse, and overload reverse control.)
When the sliding door is opened to the full-open position, the full-open position is detected by the encoder,
and the sliding door control unit switches the sliding door motor OFF and controls the magnetic clutch ON
→ half clutch → OFF.
The sliding door is mechanically held in the fully open position by the checker.
A
B
C
Automatic Door Main Switch Operation (Fully Open → Fully Closed Operation)
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●
●
●
●
●
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When the automatic door main switch is pressed, the sliding door control unit terminal 15 receives the signal.
When the sliding door control unit receives the signal, if the auto sliding door operating enable conditions
are met, it operates the sliding door motor.
The sliding door control unit supplies power from terminal 36 and supplies power from terminal 34 to the
magnetic clutch to operate the sliding door motor and slide the sliding door in the close direction. (At this
time, it also executes speed control, input reverse, and overload reverse control.)
When the sliding door reaches the half-latch state, the half-latch switch closes and the sliding door control
unit detects the signal through terminal 5.
When the sliding door control unit receives the signal, it switches OFF the sliding door motor and sends
the latch command through terminal 26 to the sliding door latch control unit terminal 6.
When the sliding door auto closure operates the cinch latch motor and the full-latch switch detects this,
sliding door latch control unit terminal 7 receives the signal and reverses the latch motor to the neutral
position.
The siding door auto closure operation ends when the door is fully closed. The sliding door remains
unlocked.
Remote Keyless Entry Operation (Fully Open → Fully Closed Operation)
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●
●
●
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When the remote keyless entry switch is pressed for at least 0.5 seconds, the sliding door control unit terminal 7 receives the signal.
When the sliding door control unit receives the signal, if the auto sliding door operating enable conditions
are met, it operates the sliding door motor.
The sliding door control unit supplies power from terminal 36 and supplies power from terminal 34 to the
magnetic clutch to operate the sliding door motor and slide the sliding door in the close direction. (At this
time, it also executes speed control, input reverse, and overload reverse control.)
When the sliding door reaches the half-latch state, the half-latch switch closes and the sliding door control
unit detects the signal through terminal 5.
When the sliding door control unit receives the signal, it switches OFF the sliding door motor and sends
the latch command through terminal 26 to the sliding door latch control unit terminal 6.
When the sliding door auto closure operates the cinch latch motor and the full-latch switch detects this,
sliding door latch control unit terminal 7 receives the signal and reverses the latch motor to the neutral
position.
The siding door auto closure operation ends when the door is fully closed. The sliding door remains
unlocked.
Power Assist Function
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●
When the sliding door is pushed or pulled from any position, operations switch to the auto open/close
function.
The automatic door main switch must be in the ON position.
Sliding Door Power Assist Operation (Fully Closed → Fully Open Operation)
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●
For automatic sliding door LH, fuel lid door status is checked through sliding door control unit terminal 13
The sliding door control unit checks the automatic transaxle selector lever (A/T device) position through
terminal 18, vehicle speed through terminal 7 and battery voltage.
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AUTOMATIC SLIDING DOOR SYSTEM
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When the sliding door control unit detects motion through terminals 4 and 17, if the auto sliding door operating enable conditions are met, it applies power to terminals 33 and 34 to operate the door in the open
direction.
The sliding door control unit supplies power from terminal 33 and supplies power from terminal 34 to the
magnetic clutch to operate the sliding door motor and slide the sliding door in the open direction. (At this
time, it also executes speed control, input reverse, and overload reverse control.)
When the sliding door is opened to the full-open position, the full-open position is detected by the encoder,
and the sliding door control unit switches the sliding door motor OFF and controls the magnetic clutch ON
→ half clutch → OFF.
The sliding door is mechanically held in the fully open position by the checker.
Sliding Door Power Assist Operation (Fully Open → Fully Closed Operation)
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●
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●
●
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When the handle is pulled or the door is moved in the closed direction, sliding door control unit initiates
the power assist close operation.
The sliding door control unit supplies power from terminal 36 and supplies power from terminal 34 to the
magnetic clutch to operate the sliding door motor and slide the sliding door in the close direction. (At this
time, it also executes speed control, input reverse, and overload reverse control.)
When the sliding door reaches the half-latch state, the half-latch switch closes and the sliding door control
unit detects the signal through terminal 5.
When the sliding door control unit receives the signal, it switches OFF the sliding door motor and sends
the latch command through terminal 26 to the sliding door latch control unit terminal 6.
When the sliding door auto closure operates the cinch latch motor and the full-latch switch detects this,
sliding door latch control unit terminal 7 receives the signal and reverses the latch motor to the neutral
position.
The siding door auto closure operation ends when the door is fully closed. The sliding door remains
unlocked.
Anti-Pinch Function
●
During auto open/close operation, if pinching of an object is detected, the sliding door reverses direction
to prevent pinching by moving to the full open or close position.
Intermittent Clutch Control Function
●
During automatic operation, if the door is stopped midway, for example due to the automatic door main
switch being switched to OFF or a system error, the clutch is intermittently turned ON → OFF to prevent
sudden opening or closing. Intermittent clutch control ends after 6 seconds or when no door motion is
detected. If the vehicle is on level ground, intermittent clutch control is executed for 1/2 second.
Precautions
●
Check and inspect operation of the remote control auto sliding door system on level ground.
Auto Sliding Door Operation Enable Conditions
Operation
Automatic door main switch or
remote keyless entry
Sliding door open/close switch
Operating
direction
Fully closed →
open
Fully closed →
open
Main switch
Vehicle stop
condition
Fully open
→ closed
Fully open →
closed
—
Automatic transmission selector
lever in P position
and vehicle speed
signal is less than 2
km/h
Fully closed →
open
Fully open →
closed
ON
—
Automatic transmission selector
lever in P position
and vehicle speed
signal is less than 2
km/h
Door lock knob
state
—
Battery voltage
Approx. 11V or more
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Power assist
—
Automatic transmission selector
lever in P position
and vehicle speed
signal is less than 2
km/h
Unlock (if door is
fully closed)
BL-88
—
—
About 9V min. (operates with warning
chime for low voltage of 9 - 11V)
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Control When Handle Open/Closed When Operating Enable Conditions Not Yet Met
Items
Operation condition
Not met case
Control
A
Main switch
ON
OFF
Manual mode (Power operation
is available with automatic door
main switch and remote keyless entry)
A/T selector lever P position
P position
Other
Power close operation
9V or more
9 - 6V
Stopped while constrained
(clutch is engaged and warning chime sounds)
C
Voltage drop
6 - 0V
Manual mode
D
B
Control When Operating Enable Conditions No Longer Met
Description
Operation
Condition
Main switch turned OFF during power open
or close
Warning chime active and clutch intermittent mode
→ Shift to manual mode
(Recovery to power mode when main
switch turned ON or door fully closed)
A/T selector lever P position
Warning chime active continuously (0.66
second dings) and one-way operation continues if closing
Warning chime active continuously (0.33
second beep followed by 0.33 second
pause) and one-way operation continues if
opening. Warning chime remains on after
completing open function.
E
→ Shift to manual mode
F
G
Stop continued
H
BL
Voltage drop 11 - 9V
One-way operation continued (equivalent
to the case of starting voltage ← 11V for
handle operation with warning chime
active)
Normal operation
Voltage drop 9 - micro reset V
Motor stopped (clutch ON) → stop continued while still constrained → (Switching
the main switch OFF shifts operation to
intermittent mode.)
→ Shift to manual mode unless voltages
returns to >9 V within 5 seconds
●
Stop continued while still constrained
(Clutch ON circuit) Clutch is released
when micro reset occurs
●
The clutch force is weak, so there is slipping on hills, etc.
Voltage drop below micro reset V
(Clutch hold not possible voltage)
J
K
→ Shift to manual mode
L
Warning Chime Active Conditions
M
The warning chime uses two types of audio warnings, a friendly chime and a warning chime. The friendly
chime consists of dings lasting 0.66 seconds each immediately followed by the next ding. The warning chime
consists of beeps lasting 0.33 seconds with a pause of 0.33 seconds between each beep.
Operation status
Operation or conditions
When reverse operation starts
When reverse operation detected
During power close
When vehicle not in P position
During power open or close
Obstacle is detected
During power open
When vehicle not in P position or vehicle is moving at greater than 2 km/h
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Warning chime pattern
Friendly chime
1.33 seconds, 2 dings
Friendly chime
Continuous
Warning chime
2 seconds, 3 beeps
Warning chime
Continuous until vehicle is shifted to P position
2004 Quest
AUTOMATIC SLIDING DOOR SYSTEM
Reverse Conditions
Type
Control
Automatic door main switch, remote keyless entry or sliding door
open/close switch operation
Both open/close directions
Detection method
Operation speed and motor current change direction
Non-reversed area
Number of times reverse allowed
●
Between full open and approx. 45 mm (near full-open lock)
●
Closure operation area
A maximum of one obstacle is allowed during an open or close
operation. If a second obstacle is detected, the door will enter
manual mode.
Operation Chart
●
Open operation from fully closed
LIIA0748E
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●
Close operation from fully open
A
B
C
D
E
F
LIIA1628E
G
H
BL
J
K
L
M
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Initialization Mode
Initialization mode is used to set the default values of door full open and closed positions and normal motor
current.
It is necessary to complete initialization and reset the default settings under any of the following circumstances:
●
Sliding door control unit is replaced.
●
Sliding door motor is replaced.
●
Sliding door is adjusted.
●
Sliding door panel is replaced or repaired.
●
Body panel near sliding door is replaced or repaired.
●
Any sliding door roller is replaced or adjusted.
●
Any sliding door striker is replaced or adjusted.
●
Any sliding door dovetail is replaced or adjusted.
●
Sliding door lock assembly is replaced.
●
Rear rail is replaced.
●
Sliding door weatherstrip is replaced.
●
Sliding door contact switch is replaced or adjusted.
●
When the battery is first connected, the sliding door control unit is automatically set to the initialization
mode.
The sliding door control unit may be manually set to initialization mode by performing the following procedure.
SLIDING DOOR INITIALIZATION PROCEDURE
NOTE:
While in initialization mode, only the overhead sliding door open/close switches are enabled. Remote keyless
entry, door pillar switch and power assist functions are disabled. Each of the power sliding doors must be initialized individually. The following procedure can be repeated for each power sliding door needing initialization.
1. Open the sliding door being initialized.
2. Turn ignition switch ON.
3. Turn the Automatic Door Main Switch OFF.
LIIA2178E
4.
Within 3 seconds after step 3, press the door pillar Sliding Door
Open/Close Switch of the door being initialized 10 times within
10 seconds.
LIIA2179E
5.
Within 3 seconds after step 4, turn ignition switch ON.
● You should hear three sliding door warning chimes.
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The three chimes indicate the sliding door control unit has entered initialization mode.
● Normal door functions are disabled during initialization.
Turn the Automatic Door Main Switch ON.
●
6.
A
B
C
D
LIIA2178E
7.
E
Press and HOLD the overhead Sliding Door Open/Close Switch
of the door being initialized until the door completely closes and
stops, then release the switch.
F
G
LIIA2178E
H
8.
Press and HOLD the same overhead Sliding Door Open/Close Switch of the door being initialized again
until the door completely opens and stops, then release the switch.
BL
9. Press and HOLD the same overhead Sliding Door Open/Close Switch of the door being initialized again
until the door completely closes and stops, then release the switch.
10. Turn ignition switch OFF.
J
The power sliding door intialization process is complete. The above procedure may be repeated for the other
power sliding door (if equipped).
SLIDING DOOR LATCH AUTO CLOSURE FUNCTION DESCRIPTION
●
●
K
If the sliding door is ajar (with lock and striker engaged), the motor automatically retracts the door to fully
close it.
During auto-close operation, if the exterior/interior handle is operated, the retraction mechanism is
mechanically cancelled, and the door can open/close.
SLIDING DOOR LATCH AUTO CLOSURE OPERATION DESCRIPTION
●
●
●
●
●
If the sliding door is ajar, sliding door latch control unit terminal 8 receives the signal, supplies power from
terminal 3 to cinch latch motor terminals 1, grounds sliding door latch control unit terminal 9 from terminal
2, and rotates the cinch latch motor in the close direction.
When the motor rotates, the cable is retracted and the close lever rotated.
Pressed by the rotated close lever, the latch rotates and pulls in the door until it is fully latched.
When the sliding door is fully latched, sliding door latch control unit terminal 7 receives the signal, supplies
power from terminal 9 to cinch latch motor terminal 2, grounds sliding door control unit terminals 3 from
terminal 1, and rotates the closure motor in the open direction.
Then, when the neutral switch is pressed and the signal is received by sliding door latch control unit terminal 1, it stops the cinch latch motor and stops with the door fully closed.
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L
M
AUTOMATIC SLIDING DOOR SYSTEM
Schematic
EIS001X8
WITH RIGHT HAND SLIDE DOOR AUTO CLOSURE SYSTEM
LIWA0499E
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WITH RIGHT AND LEFT HAND SLIDE DOOR AUTO CLOSURE SYSTEM
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
BL
J
K
L
M
LIWA0516E
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LIWA0517E
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Wiring Diagram -S/CLOS-
EIS001X9
A
WITH RIGHT HAND SLIDE DOOR AUTO CLOSURE SYSTEM
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
BL
J
K
L
M
WIWA0305E
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A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
BL
J
K
L
M
LIWA0134E
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LIWA0518E
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AUTOMATIC SLIDING DOOR SYSTEM
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
BL
J
K
L
M
LIWA0500E
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AUTOMATIC SLIDING DOOR SYSTEM
WITH RIGHT AND LEFT HAND SLIDE DOOR AUTO CLOSURE SYSTEM
WIWA0246E
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AUTOMATIC SLIDING DOOR SYSTEM
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
BL
J
K
L
M
LIWA0138E
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AUTOMATIC SLIDING DOOR SYSTEM
LIWA0139E
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AUTOMATIC SLIDING DOOR SYSTEM
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
BL
J
K
L
M
LIWA0519E
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A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
BL
J
K
L
M
LIWA0520E
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LIWA0143E
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A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
BL
J
K
L
M
LIWA0144E
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LIWA0521E
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A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
BL
J
K
L
M
WIWA0904E
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Terminals and Reference Value for Sliding Door Control Unit RH
Terminal
Wire
Color
1
L/Y
2
3
4
BR/W
P/G
W/B
Condition
Voltage (V)
(Approx.)
Automatic door main switch ON
0
Automatic door main switch OFF
5
Sliding door open/close switch ON
0
Sliding door open/close switch OFF
5
Power door lock switch
door unlock operation
0 → Battery voltage → 0
Other than above
0
Item
Automatic door main switch
ON/OFF switch
Sliding door open/close switch
Sliding door lock/unlock actuator unlock output signal
Encoder pulse signal A
EIS001XA
Sliding door (motor active)
PIIA1060E
5
O/B
Half-latch switch
Sliding door
Fully open → half → fully closed
PIIA2169E
6
G
7
Y/B
Ignition switch
Power window serial link
Ignition switch ON
Battery voltage
Ignition switch OFF
0
When ignition switch is ON or power
window timer operates
PIIA2344E
8
Y/G
Warning chime output signal
Warning chime ON
0
Warning chime OFF
Battery voltage
11
G
Encoder power supply
—
9
12
Y/R
Battery power supply
—
Battery voltage
14
R/W
Sliding door switch
15
16
GR/W
L
OPEN
0
CLOSED
5
ON
0
OFF
5
ACTIVE
5
INACTIVE
0
Automatic door main switch
Child lockout switch
Battery voltage
17
R/B
Encoder pulse signal B
Sliding door (motor active)
PIIA1060E
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Terminal
Wire
Color
18
G/Y
22
B
23
25
Item
Condition
Voltage (V)
(Approx.)
A
P position
0
Other than above
5
Encoder ground
—
—
B
Ground
—
—
V
Door lock input
Door lock & unlock switch
(Neutral → Lock)
0 → Battery voltage
Park switch
B
C
D
26
GR/L
Closure motor
CLOSE output signal
Sliding door
Fully open → half → fully closed
E
SIIA1480E
27
W
Battery power
28
G/Y
29
LG/R
Sliding door lock motor lock
signal
30
BR/R
Sliding door lock motor unlock
signal
31
Y
Door unlock input
Closure motor
RETURN output signal
—
Battery voltage
Door lock & unlock switch
(Neutral → Unlock)
0 → Battery voltage
Door lock
(Neutral → Lock)
0 → Battery voltage
Door lock
(Neutral → Unlock)
0 → Battery voltage
B
Ground
33
R
Sliding door motor
OPEN output signal
BL
Sliding door
Fully open→ half → fully closed
—
—
Sliding door auto OPEN operation
(motor active)
Battery voltage
Other than above
0
Battery voltage → 0
34
Y
Magnetic clutch power supply
Auto sliding door
(motor active)
37
B
Y
Sliding door motor
CLOSE output signal
Sliding door auto CLOSE operation
(motor active)
Battery voltage
Other than above
0
—
—
Magnetic clutch ground
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J
K
L
M
PIIA1798E
36
G
H
SIIA1480E
32
F
2004 Quest
AUTOMATIC SLIDING DOOR SYSTEM
Terminals and Reference Value for Sliding Door Control Unit LH
Terminal
Wire
Color
1
L/Y
2
3
4
R/G
Y/R
L
Condition
Voltage (V)
(Approx.)
Automatic door main switch ON
0
Automatic door main switch OFF
5
Sliding door open/close switch ON
0
Sliding door open/close switch OFF
5
Power door lock switch
door unlock operation
0 → Battery voltage → 0
Other than above
0
Item
Automatic door main switch
ON/OFF switch
Sliding door open/close switch
Sliding door lock/unlock actuator unlock output signal
Encoder pulse signal A
EIS0022K
Sliding door (motor active)
PIIA1060E
5
O/B
Half-latch switch
Sliding door
Fully open → half → fully closed
PIIA2169E
6
G
7
Y/B
Ignition switch
Power window serial link
Ignition switch ON
Battery voltage
Ignition switch OFF
0
When ignition switch is ON or power
window timer operates
PIIA2344E
8
LG/B
Warning chime output signal
Warning chime ON
0
Warning chime OFF
Battery voltage
11
R
Encoder power supply
—
9
12
Y/R
Battery power supply
—
Battery voltage
13
LG/W
14
15
16
W/G
L/W
L
Fuel door interlock switch
Fuel door closed
0
Fuel door open
5
OPEN
0
CLOSED
5
ON
0
OFF
5
ACTIVE
5
INACTIVE
0
Sliding door switch
Automatic door main switch
Child lockout switch
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Terminal
Wire
Color
Item
Condition
Voltage (V)
(Approx.)
A
Battery voltage
B
17
Y
Encoder pulse signal B
Sliding door (motor active)
C
PIIA1060E
P position
0
Other than above
5
Encoder ground
—
—
B
Ground
—
—
V
Door lock input
Door lock & unlock switch
(Neutral → Lock)
0 → Battery voltage
18
G/Y
22
G
23
25
Park switch
D
E
F
26
GR/L
Closure motor
CLOSE output signal
Sliding door
Fully open → half → fully closed
G
SIIA1480E
27
W
28
G/Y
29
G
30
G/Y
Battery power
Door unlock input
Sliding door lock motor lock
signal
Sliding door lock motor unlock
signal
—
Battery voltage
Door lock & unlock switch
(Neutral → Unlock)
0 → Battery voltage
Door lock
(Neutral → Lock)
0 → Battery voltage
Door lock
(Neutral → Unlock)
0 → Battery voltage
H
BL
J
K
31
Y
Closure motor
RETURN output signal
Sliding door
Fully open→ half → fully closed
L
SIIA1480E
32
33
B
R
Ground
Sliding door motor
OPEN output signal
—
—
Sliding door auto OPEN operation
(motor active)
Battery voltage
Other than above
0
M
Battery voltage → 0
34
Y
Magnetic clutch power supply
Auto sliding door
(Motor active)
PIIA1798E
36
37
B
Y
Sliding door motor
CLOSE output signal
Sliding door auto CLOSE operation
(motor active)
Battery voltage
Other than above
0
—
—
Magnetic clutch ground
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Terminals and Reference Value for Sliding Door Latch Control Unit
Terminal
Wire
Color
1
G
Item
Neutral switch signal
Condition
EIS001XB
Voltage (V)
(Approx.)
Sliding door
Fully open→ half → fully closed
PIIA2170E
2
Y
Cinch latch motor RETURN
signal
Sliding door
Fully open→ half → fully closed
SIIA1480E
3
5
6
G/B
SB
GR/L
Cinch latch motor CLOSE output
Handle switch (open) signal
Cinch latch motor CLOSE signal
Latch Open (ON) → Close (OFF)
Battery voltage → 0
Other than above
0
Handle operation
0
Other than above
5
Sliding door
Fully open→ half → fully closed
SIIA1480E
7
LG
Full-latch switch signal
Sliding door
Fully open→ half → fully closed
PIIA2171E
8
O/B
Half-latch switch signal
Sliding door
Fully open→ half → fully closed
PIIA2169E
9
10
L/B
R/W
Cinch latch motor OPEN output
Latch release actuator output
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Latch Close (OFF) → Open (ON)
Battery voltage → 0
Other than above
0
Latch
(Lock → Unlock)
Battery voltage → 0
Other than above
0
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Terminals and Reference Value for BCM
EIS001XC
A
Terminal
Wire
Color
13
O/B
Sliding door switch RH
22
Y/B
Power window serial link
Condition
Voltage (V)
(Approx.)
Door Close (OFF) → Open (ON)
Battery voltage → 0
Item
B
C
When ignition switch is ON or power
window timer operates
D
PIIA2344E
49*
B
Ground
—
0
50
V
Door lock actuators
Door lock & unlock switch
(Neutral → Lock)
0 → Battery voltage
51
G/Y
Passenger and rear doors lock
actuator
Door lock & unlock switch
(Neutral → Unlock)
0 → Battery voltage
52
B/W
Ground
—
0
53
W/L
Power window power source
—
Battery voltage
55
W/B
Power source (BAT)
—
Battery voltage
63
W/G
Sliding door switch LH
Door Close (OFF) → Open (ON)
Battery voltage → 0
E
F
*: Early production
G
H
BL
J
K
L
M
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AUTOMATIC SLIDING DOOR SYSTEM
Trouble Diagnosis Procedure
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
EIS0020O
Check the symptom and customer's requests.
Understand outline of system. Refer to BL-54, "System Description" .
Confirm system operation.
Perform pre-diagnosis inspection. Refer to BL-68, "Pre-Diagnosis Inspection" .
Perform self-diagnosis procedures. Refer to BL-118, "Self-Diagnosis Procedures" .
Refer to trouble diagnosis chart by symptom, repair or replace any malfunctioning parts. Refer to BL-69,
"Trouble Diagnoses" .
Inspection End.
Self-Diagnosis Procedures
EIS00721
INPUT SIGNAL CHECK MODE
Input signal check mode allows testing of switch input signal to the sliding door control unit.
To activate input signal check mode on the automatic sliding door, perform the following steps:
1. Turn ignition switch OFF.
2. Turn automatic door main switch OFF (system cancelled).
3. Place A/T selector lever in P position.
4. Confirm fuel door closed (with LH sliding door).
5. Open sliding door RH or LH manually.
6. Have an assistant press and hold the sliding door open/close switch RH or LH.
7. While the assistant continues to hold the sliding door open/close switch RH or LH, turn ignition switch ON
(DO NOT start engine).
8. After approximately 5 seconds, the back door warning chime will sound for 0.5 seconds.
9. Release the sliding door open/close switch RH or LH.
10. Within 8 seconds of the back door warning chime sounding, press and hold the automatic door main sliding door open/close switch RH or LH.
11. After approximately 5 seconds, the back door warning chime will sound for 1 second.
12. Release the automatic door main sliding door open/close switch RH or LH.
13. The input signal check mode is now initialized.
The input signal check mode can test the following inputs. The back door warning chime will sound for approximately 0.5 seconds each time a switch signal input occurs. Use this test when one of these inputs is not
responding during normal automatic sliding door operation.
Switch signal
Operation
Refer to
Automatic door main switch
OFF → ON
BL-121
Automatic door main sliding door open/close switch RH or LH
OFF → ON
BL-122
Sliding door open/close switch RH or LH
OFF → ON
BL-122
Sliding door switch RH or LH
OFF (door closed) → ON (door open)
BL-42
RE4F04B AT-245
RE5F22A AT-578
A/T device (park switch)
P position → other than P position
Fuel door interlock switch
OFF (fuel door closed) → ON (fuel door open)
BL-177
Sliding door lock/unlock signal
LOCK → UNLOCK
BL-121
Vehicle speed*
Vehicle speed
Remote keyless entry signal
Keyfob switch OFF → ON
BL-77
Door lock/unlock signal
LOCK → UNLOCK
BL-45
RE4F04B AT-209
RE5F22A AT-578
*Back door warning chime should sound as soon as vehicle moves.
Turn ignition switch OFF to end input signal check mode.
OPERATING CHECK MODE
Operating check mode allows self-diagnosis of the automatic sliding door system.
To activate operating check mode on the automatic sliding door, perform the following steps:
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AUTOMATIC SLIDING DOOR SYSTEM
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Turn ignition switch OFF.
Turn automatic door main switch OFF (system cancelled).
Place A/T selector lever in P position.
Open sliding door RH or LH manually.
Have an assistant press and hold the sliding door open/close switch RH or LH.
While the assistant continues to hold the sliding door open/close switch RH or LH, turn ignition switch ON
(DO NOT start engine).
7. After approximately 5 seconds, the back door warning chime will sound for 0.5 seconds.
8. Release the sliding door open/close switch RH or LH.
9. Within 8 seconds of the back door warning chime sounding, press the automatic door main sliding door
open/close switch RH or LH 5 times in rapid succession.
10. After approximately 5 seconds, the back door warning chime will sound for 1 second.
11. Release the automatic door main sliding door open/close switch RH or LH.
12. Immediately close the sliding door RH or LH manually.
13. Turn automatic door main switch ON.
14. Open and close the back door with the automatic door main sliding door open/close switch RH or LH to
activate operating check mode.
Self-diagnosis results are indicated by the back door warning chime.
Back door warning chime order
C
D
E
F
1.5 seconds
OK
NG
1. Operating conditions diagnosis
0.5 seconds
0.2 seconds
2. Sliding door encoder diagnosis
0.5 seconds
0.2 seconds
3. Sliding door clutch diagnosis
0.5 seconds
0.2 seconds
4. Sliding door motor diagnosis
0.5 seconds
0.2 seconds
5. Cinch latch motor diagnosis
0.5 seconds
0.2 seconds
Restart self-diagnosis
H
BL
J
1.5 seconds
Item
1. Operating conditions diagnosis result
NG Result
Refer to
One of the following operating conditions no
longer met: ignition switch ON, automatic door
main switch ON, A/T selector lever in P position
—
Sensor diagnosis/short, pulse signal, pulse
signal direction
BL-124
3. Sliding door clutch diagnosis result
Sliding door clutch does not operate
BL-123
4. Sliding door motor diagnosis result
Sliding door motor does not operate (no operating current)
BL-123
5. Cinch latch motor diagnosis result
Cinch latch motor does not operate (no operating current)
BL-132
Turn ignition switch OFF to end input signal check mode.
Diagnosis Chart
EIS0020P
Symptom
Suspect systems
Automatic operations are not executed from the sliding door fully
closed or fully open position.
(Auto open/close operations from a position midway through
automatic operation, power assist, and auto closure operate normally.)
Latch release actuator system inspection
BL-119
K
L
2. Sliding door encoder diagnosis result
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B
G
Back door warning chime length
Start self-diagnosis
A
Refer to
BL-128
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M
AUTOMATIC SLIDING DOOR SYSTEM
Symptom
Suspect systems
Refer to
Automatic door main switch system inspection
BL-121
Sliding door open/close switch system inspection
BL-122
Magnetic clutch line check
BL-123
Auto sliding door power supply and ground circuit system inspection.
BL-120
Power window serial link
Power window main switch
BL-117
Stops midway through sliding door open/close operations, power
assist does not operate.
Encoder system inspection
BL-124
Warning chime does not sound
Warning chime system inspection
BL-129
During auto closing operations, if obstruction is detected, the
door does not operate in reverse.
Encoder system inspection
BL-124
During cinching operations, the door does not operate in reverse
if the sliding door handle is operated.
Handle switch system
BL-125
When the keyfob is operated, the sliding door does not operate
automatically.
Remote keyless entry system inspection
BL-53
Half-latch switch system
BL-129
Cinch latch motor system
BL-132
Handle switch system
BL-125
Automatic operations are not carried out together with open/close
operations.
(Manual operations are normal.)
Auto closure does not operate
Contact switch
The sliding door does not open.
(Closure motor rotation is not reversed.)
Auto closure operation works, but the sliding door is not fully
closed
—
Neutral switch system
BL-131
Full-latch switch
BL-130
Handle switch system
BL-125
Door switch
BL-42
Full-latch switch system
BL-130
Handle switch system
BL-125
Cinch latch motor system
BL-132
Sliding door latch assembly mechanism damaged or worn.
BL-128
Auto Sliding Door Power Supply and Ground Circuit Inspection
EIS0020Q
1. AUTO SLIDING DOOR POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT INSPECTION
1.
2.
3.
Turn ignition switch OFF.
Disconnect sliding door control unit.
Check voltage between sliding door control unit connectors
B143, B144 terminals 12, 27 and ground.
12 (Y/R) - Ground
27 (W) - Ground
:Approx. battery voltage
:Approx. battery voltage
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 2.
NG
>> Repair the sliding door control unit power supply circuit.
LIIA0751E
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AUTOMATIC SLIDING DOOR SYSTEM
2. AUTO SLIDING DOOR GROUND CIRCUIT INSPECTION
A
Check continuity between sliding door control unit connector B143,
B144 terminals 23, 32 and ground.
23 (B) - Ground
32 (B) - Ground
B
: Continuity should exist.
: Continuity should exist.
OK or NG
OK
>> Circuit is OK.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
C
D
LIIA0752E
Automatic Door Main Switch System Inspection
EIS0020R
1. AUTOMATIC DOOR MAIN SWITCH FUNCTION INSPECTION
Check automatic door main switch using switch operation.
OK or NG
OK
>> Automatic door main switch is OK.
NG
>> GO TO 2.
E
F
G
2. AUTOMATIC DOOR MAIN SWITCH SIGNAL INSPECTION
1.
2.
Turn ignition switch OFF.
While operating the automatic door main switch, check voltage
between sliding door control unit (LH or RH) connector terminals
1 and ground.
Connector terminal
(+)
1 (L/Y)
BL
Voltage (V)
(Approx.)
Measuring condition
(-)
Ground
H
J
Automatic
door main
switch
ON
0
OFF
5
K
OK or NG
OK
>> Automatic door main switch is OK.
NG
>> GO TO 3.
LIIA0753E
L
3. AUTOMATIC DOOR MAIN SWITCH CIRCUIT INSPECTION
1.
2.
Disconnect automatic door main switch and sliding door control unit.
Check continuity between automatic door main switch connector
terminal 3 (LH), 4 (RH) and sliding door control unit connectors
B60, B143 terminal 15.
3 (L/W) - 15 (L/W)
4 (GR/W) - 15 (GR/W)
M
: Continuity should exist.
: Continuity should exist.
OK or NG
OK
>> Replace automatic door main switch.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
LIIA0754E
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Sliding Door Open/Close Switch System Inspection
EIS0020S
1. SLIDING DOOR OPEN/CLOSE SWITCH FUNCTION INSPECTION
Check sliding door open/close switch using switch operation.
OK or NG
OK
>> Sliding door open/close switch is OK.
NG
>> GO TO 2.
2. SLIDING DOOR OPEN/CLOSE SWITCH SIGNAL INSPECTION
1.
2.
Turn ignition switch OFF.
While operating the sliding door open/close switch, check voltage between sliding door control unit (LH or RH) connector terminals 2 and ground.
Connector terminal
(+)
(-)
2 (BR/W)
Ground
Voltage (V)
(Approx.)
Measuring condition
Automatic
door main
switch
ON
0
OFF
5
OK or NG
OK
>> Sliding door open/close switch is OK.
NG
>> GO TO 3.
LIIA0755E
3. SLIDING DOOR OPEN/CLOSE SWITCH CIRCUIT INSPECTION
1.
2.
Disconnect sliding door open/close switch and sliding door control unit.
Check continuity between sliding door open/close switch connector terminal 1 and sliding door control unit connectors terminal 2.
1 (BR/W) - 2 (BR/W)
: Continuity should exist.
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 4.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
LIIA1635E
4. SLIDING DOOR OPEN/CLOSE SWITCH GROUND INSPECTION
Check continuity between sliding door open/close switch connector
terminal 2 and ground.
2 (B) - Ground
: Continuity should exist.
OK or NG
OK
>> Replace the sliding door open/close switch.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
LIIA0758E
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Sliding Door Motor System Inspection
EIS0020T
1. SLIDING DOOR MOTOR SIGNAL INSPECTION
1.
2.
A
Turn ignition switch OFF.
Operate the sliding door fully open → fully closed and check
voltage between sliding door control unit connector terminals 33,
36 and ground.
Connector terminal
(+)
33 (R)
Ground
Measuring condition
Fully open → half →
fully closed
C
Voltage (V)
(Approx.)
(-)
36 (B)
B
0
D
0 → Battery voltage → 0
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 2.
NG
>> Replace sliding door control unit.
LIIA0761E
2. SLIDING DOOR MOTOR OPERATION INSPECTION
F
Connect battery power to terminals 33 and 36 on the sliding door
control unit connector and check motor operation.
33 (+) - 36 (-)
33 (-) - 36 (+)
E
G
: It operates.
: It operates. (Reverse rotation)
H
OK or NG
OK
>> Motor is OK.
NG
>> Replace the sliding door motor.
BL
WIIA0379E
Magnetic Clutch Line Check
EIS0020U
J
1. MAGNETIC CLUTCH SIGNAL INSPECTION
1.
2.
Turn ignition switch OFF.
Operate the sliding door and check voltage waveform between
sliding door control unit connector terminal 34 and ground using
an oscilloscope.
K
L
M
34 (Y) - Ground
PIIA1798E
LIIA0762E
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 2.
NG
>> Replace sliding door control unit.
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2. MAGNETIC CLUTCH GROUND CIRCUIT INSPECTION
Check continuity between sliding door control unit connector terminal 37 and ground.
37 (Y) - Ground
: Continuity should exist.
OK or NG
OK
>> Clutch circuit is OK.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
LIIA0763E
Sliding Door Encoder System Inspection
EIS0020V
1. SLIDING DOOR ENCODER POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT INSPECTION
1.
2.
Turn ignition switch OFF.
Check voltage between sliding door control unit connector terminal 11 and ground.
11 (G) - Ground
: Approx. 9V
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 3.
NG
>> GO TO 2.
LIIA0764E
2. SLIDING DOOR ENCODER GROUND CIRCUIT INSPECTION
Check continuity between sliding door control unit connector terminal 22 and ground.
22 (B) - Ground
: Continuity should exist.
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 4.
NG
>> Replace sliding door control unit.
LIIA0765E
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3. ENCODER (POSITION) SIGNAL INSPECTION
A
Operate the sliding door and check voltage waveform between sliding door control unit connector terminals 4, 17 and ground using an
oscilloscope.
B
C
4 (W/B) - Ground
17 (R/B) - Ground
D
OCC3383D
LIIA0766E
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 4.
NG
>> Replace sliding door encoder.
E
4. SLIDING DOOR ENCODER CIRCUIT INSPECTION
1.
2.
F
Disconnect sliding door control unit and sliding door encoder.
Check continuity between sliding door control unit connector terminals 4, 11, 17, 22 and sliding door
encoder terminals 1, 2, 3, 4 and ground.
G
Sliding Door RH
11 (G) - 1 (G)
17 (R/B) - 2 (R/B)
22 (B) - 4 (B)
4 (W/B) - 3 (W/B)
H
: Continuity should exist.
: Continuity should exist.
: Continuity should exist.
: Continuity should exist.
BL
Sliding Door LH
11 (R) - 1 (R)
17 (Y) - 3 (Y)
22 (G) - 4 (G)
4 (L) - 2 (L)
: Continuity should exist.
: Continuity should exist.
: Continuity should exist.
: Continuity should exist.
J
LIIA0767E
K
OK or NG
OK
>> System is OK.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
L
Sliding Door Remote Control Switch System Inspection
EIS0020W
1. SLIDING DOOR REMOTE CONTROL SWITCH FUNCTION INSPECTION
Check sliding door remote control switch operation.
OK or NG
OK
>> Sliding door remote control switch is OK.
NG
>> GO TO 2.
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M
AUTOMATIC SLIDING DOOR SYSTEM
2. SLIDING DOOR REMOTE CONTROL SWITCH SIGNAL INSPECTION
1.
2.
3.
Turn ignition switch OFF.
Close the sliding door.
While operating the sliding door remote control switch, check
voltage between sliding door latch control unit connector terminals 5 and ground.
Connector terminal
(+)
(-)
5 (SB)
Ground
Measuring condition
Voltage (V)
(Approx.)
Sliding door handle open direction operation
0
Other than above
5
OK or NG
OK
>> Sliding door remote control switch is OK.
NG
>> GO TO 3.
LIIA0769E
3. SLIDING DOOR REMOTE CONTROL SWITCH CIRCUIT INSPECTION
1.
2.
Disconnect sliding door remote control switch and sliding door latch control unit.
Check continuity between sliding door remote control switch
connector terminal 1 and sliding door latch control unit connector terminal 5.
1 (SB) - 5 (SB)
: Continuity should exist.
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 4.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
LIIA0770E
4. SLIDING DOOR REMOTE CONTROL SWITCH GROUND INSPECTION
1.
2.
Close the sliding door.
Check continuity between sliding door remote control switch
connector terminal 3 and ground.
3 (Y) - Ground
: Continuity should exist.
OK or NG
OK
>> Replace the sliding door remote control switch.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
LIIA0771E
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Child Lockout Switch System Inspection
EIS0020X
1. CHILD LOCKOUT SWITCH SIGNAL INSPECTION
A
1.
2.
3.
B
Turn ignition switch OFF.
Set child lockout switch in LOCK position and close door.
While operating the sliding door in the open direction, check
voltage between sliding door control unit connector terminals 16
and ground.
Connector terminal
(+)
16 (L)
(-)
Ground
C
Voltage (V)
(Approx.)
Measuring condition
Sliding door handle in the
open direction
D
0
OK or NG
OK
>> Switch is OK.
NG
>> GO TO 2.
E
LIIA0773E
F
2. CHILD LOCKOUT SWITCH CIRCUIT INSPECTION
1.
2.
Disconnect sliding door remote control switch and sliding door control unit.
Check continuity between sliding door remote control switch
connector terminal 2 and sliding door control unit connector terminal 16.
2 (L) - 16 (L)
G
H
: Continuity should exist.
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 3.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
BL
J
LIIA0774E
3. CHILD LOCKOUT SWITCH GROUND INSPECTION
K
1.
2.
Close the sliding door.
Check continuity between sliding door remote control switch
connector terminal 3 and ground.
3 - Ground
L
: Continuity should exist.
OK or NG
OK
>> Replace the sliding door remote control switch.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
M
LIIA0771E
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Latch Release Actuator System Inspection
EIS0020Y
1. LATCH RELEASE ACTUATOR SIGNAL INSPECTION
1.
2.
Turn ignition switch OFF.
While operating the sliding door, check voltage between sliding
door latch control unit connector terminal 10 and ground.
Connector terminal
(+)
(-)
10 (R/W)
Ground
Measuring condition
Voltage (V)
(Approx.)
Latch release actuator operation
Battery voltage
Other than above
0
OK or NG
OK
>> Latch release actuator is OK.
NG
>> GO TO 2.
LIIA0776E
2. LATCH RELEASE ACTUATOR CIRCUIT INSPECTION
1.
2.
Disconnect latch release actuator and sliding door latch control unit.
Check continuity between latch release actuator connector terminal 2 and sliding door latch control unit connectors terminal
10.
2 (R/W) - 10 (R/W)
: Continuity should exist.
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 3.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
WIIA0380E
3. LATCH RELEASE ACTUATOR GROUND INSPECTION
1.
2.
Close the sliding door.
Check continuity between latch release actuator connector terminal 1 and ground.
1 (Y) - Ground
: Continuity should exist.
OK or NG
OK
>> Replace the latch release actuator.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
LIIA1637E
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Warning Chime System Inspection
EIS0020Z
1. WARNING CHIME OUTPUT SIGNAL INSPECTION
1.
2.
A
Turn ignition switch OFF.
Operate the sliding door and check voltage waveform between
sliding door control unit connector terminal 8 and ground using
an oscilloscope.
B
C
D
8 (Y/G) RH or (LG/B) LH - Ground
ELN0505D
LIIA0780E
OK or NG
OK
>> Warning chime system is OK.
NG
>> Replace sliding door control unit.
E
F
Half-Latch Switch System Inspection
EIS00210
1. HALF-LATCH SWITCH SIGNAL INSPECTION
G
1.
2.
H
Turn ignition switch OFF.
While fully opening and closing the sliding door, check voltage
between sliding door latch control unit connector terminal 8 andground.
BL
8 (O/B) - Ground
J
PIIA2169E
LIIA0781E
OK or NG
OK
>> Half-latch switch is OK.
NG
>> GO TO 2.
K
L
2. HALF-LATCH SWITCH CIRCUIT INSPECTION
1.
2.
Disconnect cinch latch switch and sliding door latch control unit.
Check continuity between cinch latch switch connector terminal
2 and sliding door latch control unit connectors terminal 8.
2 (O/B) - 8 (O/B)
M
: Continuity should exist.
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 3.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
LIIA1638E
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3. HALF-LATCH SWITCH GROUND INSPECTION
1.
2.
Close the sliding door.
Check continuity between cinch latch switch connector terminal
1 and ground.
1 (Y) - Ground
: Continuity should exist.
OK or NG
OK
>> Replace the cinch latch switch.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
LIIA0783E
Full-Latch Switch System Inspection
EIS00211
1. FULL-LATCH SWITCH SIGNAL INSPECTION
1.
2.
Turn ignition switch OFF.
While fully closing and opening the sliding door, check voltage
between sliding door latch control unit connector terminal 7 andground.
7 (LG) - Ground
PIIA2171E
LIIA0785E
OK or NG
OK
>> Full-latch switch is OK.
NG
>> GO TO 2.
2. FULL-LATCH SWITCH CIRCUIT INSPECTION
1.
2.
Disconnect cinch latch switch and sliding door latch control unit.
Check continuity between cinch latch switch connector terminal
3 and sliding door latch control unit connectors terminal 7.
3 (LG) - 7 (LG)
: Continuity should exist.
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 3.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
LIIA0786E
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3. FULL-LATCH SWITCH GROUND INSPECTION
1.
2.
A
Close the sliding door.
Check continuity between cinch latch switch connector terminal
1 and ground.
1 (Y) - Ground
B
: Continuity should exist.
OK or NG
OK
>> Replace the cinch latch switch.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
C
D
LIIA0783E
E
Neutral Switch System Inspection
EIS00212
1. NEUTRAL SWITCH SIGNAL INSPECTION
1.
2.
F
Turn ignition switch OFF.
While fully opening and closing the sliding door, check voltage
between sliding door latch control unit connector terminal 1 andground.
G
H
1 (G) - Ground
BL
PIIA2170E
LIIA1639E
OK or NG
OK
>> Neutral switch is OK.
NG
>> GO TO 2.
J
2. NEUTRAL SWITCH CIRCUIT INSPECTION
K
1.
2.
Disconnect cinch latch switch and sliding door latch control unit.
Check continuity between cinch latch switch connector terminal
4 and sliding door latch control unit connectors terminal 1.
4 (G) - 1 (G)
L
: Continuity should exist.
M
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 3.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
LIIA0789E
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3. NEUTRAL SWITCH GROUND INSPECTION
1.
2.
Close the sliding door.
Check continuity between cinch latch switch connector terminal
1 and ground.
1 (Y) - Ground
: Continuity should exist.
OK or NG
OK
>> Replace the cinch latch switch.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
LIIA0783E
Cinch Latch Motor System Inspection
EIS00213
1. CINCH LATCH MOTOR SIGNAL INSPECTION
1.
2.
Turn ignition switch OFF.
While fully opening and closing the sliding door, check voltage
between sliding door latch control unit connector terminals 3, 9
and ground.
3 (G/B) - Ground
9 (L/B) - Ground
SIIA1480E
LIIA1640E
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 2.
NG
>> Replace the sliding door latch control unit.
2. CINCH LATCH MOTOR CIRCUIT INSPECTION
1.
2.
Disconnect cinch latch switch and sliding door latch control unit.
Check continuity between cinch latch motor connector terminals
1, 2 and sliding door latch control unit connectors terminals 3, 9.
1 (G/B) - 3 (G/B)
2 (L/B) - 9 (L/B)
: Continuity should exist.
: Continuity should exist.
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 3.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
LIIA0791E
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3. CINCH LATCH MOTOR OPERATION INSPECTION
A
Connect battery power to terminals 1 and 2 on the cinch latch motor
and check motor operation.
1 (+) - 2 (-)
1 (-) - 2 (+)
B
: It operates.
: It operates. (Reverse rotation)
OK or NG
OK
>> Motor is OK.
NG
>> Replace the cinch latch motor.
C
D
LIIA0792E
E
F
G
H
BL
J
K
L
M
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AUTOMATIC BACK DOOR SYSTEM
Component Parts and Harness Connector Location
PFP:82580
EIS001XD
LIIA1914E
System Description
EIS001XE
The automatic back door system consists of a one piece unit that combines the back door control unit along
with the back door motor, back door clutch and the back door encoder. The back door latch contains a lock
function that can control the two functions of automatic back door latch closure and electrical opener with a
single motor when you close the back door to the halfway-sate.
●
Back door auto closure
When the back door is closed to the half-way state (half-latch) position, the motor drives to rotate the latch
lever and pull it in from half latched to full latched and automatically close the door.
●
Power back door
With the back door closed, if you press the automatic door main switch or press the remote keyless entry
button, or pull the back door handle with the back door unlocked, the back door latch motor drives the
open the locking plate and release the latch. The back door motor then raises the door to the full open
position.
With the back door open, if you press the automatic door main switch, remote keyless entry button or the
back door close switch, the back door motor closes the door to the half-latch state. The back door latch
motor then drives the latch to the full close position.
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On an open or close signal, the hazard lamps will flash 3 times and the warning chime will sound 3 dings
lasting a total of 2 seconds.
OPERATION DESCRIPTION
Automatic Door Main Switch Operation (Fully Closed → Fully Open Operation)
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
When the automatic door main switch is pressed, back door control unit terminal 23 receives the signal.
The back door control unit checks the automatic transaxle select lever (A/T device) position through terminal 18, vehicle speed through terminal 21 and battery voltage.
When the back door control unit receives the signal, if the auto back door operating enable conditions are
met, it sends a signal through terminal 6 and grounds terminal 9 to sound the warning chime, sends a signal to the BCM through terminal 4 to flash the hazard lamps and sends the unlock signal to the back door
latch.
When the back door latch receives the signal, it supplies voltage from terminal 12 to operate the release
actuator and releases the door lock.
The back door control unit supplies power to the magnetic clutch and the back door motor and moves the
back door in the open direction. (At this time, it also executes speed control, input reverse, and overload
reverse control.)
When the back door is opened to the full-open position, the full-open position is detected by the encoder,
and the back door control unit switches the back door motor OFF and the magnetic clutch is pulsed and
then turned OFF.
The back door is held in the fully open position by the gas stays.
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
Remote Keyless Entry Operation (Fully Closed → Fully Open Operation)
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
When the remote keyless entry button is pressed for at least 0.5 seconds, back door control unit terminal
H
21 receives the signal.
The back door control unit checks the automatic transaxle select lever (A/T device) position through terminal 18, vehicle speed through terminal 21 and battery voltage.
When the back door control unit receives the signal, if the auto back door operating enable conditions are BL
met, it sends a signal through terminal 6 and grounds terminal 9 to sound the warning chime, sends a signal to the BCM through terminal 4 to flash the hazard lamps and sends the unlock signal to the back door
latch.
J
When the back door latch receives the signal, it supplies voltage from terminal 12 to operate the release
actuator and releases the door lock.
The back door control unit supplies power to the magnetic clutch and the back door motor and moves the K
back door in the open direction. (At this time, it also executes speed control, input reverse, and overload
reverse control.)
When the back door is opened to the full-open position, the full-open position is detected by the encoder, L
and the back door control unit switches the back door motor OFF and the magnetic clutch is pulsed and
then turned OFF.
The back door is held in the fully open position by the gas stays.
M
Back Door Handle Switch Operation (Fully Closed → Fully Open Operation)
●
●
●
●
●
When the back door is unlocked and the back door handle is pulled, back door control unit terminal 26
receives the signal.
The back door control unit checks the automatic transaxle select lever (A/T device) position through terminal 18, vehicle speed through terminal 21 and battery voltage and automatic door main switch position
through terminal 13.
When the back door control unit receives the signal, if the auto back door operating enable conditions are
met, it sends a signal through terminal 6 and grounds terminal 9 to sound the warning chime, sends a signal to the BCM through terminal 4 to flash the hazard lamps and sends the unlock signal to the back door
latch.
When the back door latch receives the signal, it supplies voltage from terminal 12 to operate the release
actuator and releases the door lock.
The back door control unit supplies power to the magnetic clutch and the back door motor and moves the
back door in the open direction. (At this time, it also executes speed control, input reverse, and overload
reverse control.)
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●
●
When the back door is opened to the full-open position, the full-open position is detected by the encoder,
and the back door control unit switches the back door motor OFF and the magnetic clutch is pulsed and
then turned OFF.
The back door is held in the fully open position by the gas stays.
Automatic Door Main Switch Operation (Fully Open → Fully Closed Operation)
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
When the automatic door main switch is pressed, the back door control unit terminal 23 receives the signal.
The back door control units checks battery voltage.
When the back door control unit receives the signal, if the auto back door operating enable conditions are
met, it sends a signal through terminal 6 and grounds terminal 9 to sound the warning chime and sends a
signal to the BCM through terminal 4 to flash the hazard lamps.
The back door control unit supplies power to the magnetic clutch and the back door motor and move the
back door in the close direction. (At this time, it also executes speed control, input reverse, and overload
reverse control.)
When the back door reaches the half-latch state, the half-latch switch detects this and the signal is sent to
the back door control unit terminal 22.
When the back door control unit receives the signal, it switches OFF the back door motor and the magnetic clutch.
When the cinch latch motor operates and the close switch detects this and the back door control unit terminal 14 receives the signal from back door latch terminal 5.
When the back door latch operates and full close is detected through terminal 14 of the back door control
unit, the back door auto closure operation ends and the door is fully closed.
Remote Keyless Entry Operation (Fully Open → Fully Closed Operation)
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
When the remote keyless entry switch is pressed for at least 0.5 seconds, the back door control unit terminal 21 receives the signal.
The back door control units checks battery voltage.
When the back door control unit receives the signal, if the auto back door operating enable conditions are
met, it sends a signal through terminal 6 and grounds terminal 9 to sound the warning chime and sends a
signal to the BCM through terminal 4 to flash the hazard lamps.
The back door control unit supplies power to the magnetic clutch and the back door motor and move the
back door in the close direction. (At this time, it also executes speed control, input reverse, and overload
reverse control.)
When the back door reaches the half-latch state, the half-latch switch detects this and the signal is sent to
the back door control unit terminal 22.
When the back door control unit receives the signal, it switches OFF the back door motor and the magnetic clutch.
When the cinch latch motor operates and the close switch detects this and the back door control unit terminal 14 receives the signal from back door latch terminal 5.
When the back door latch operates and full close is detected through terminal 14 of the back door control
unit, the back door auto closure operation ends and the door is fully closed.
Back Door Close Switch Operation (Fully Open → Fully Closed Operation)
●
●
●
●
●
When the back door close switch is pressed with the automatic main door switch ON, the back door control unit terminal 8 receives the signal.
The back door control units checks battery voltage.
When the back door control unit receives the signal, if the auto back door operating enable conditions are
met, it sends a signal through terminal 6 and grounds terminal 9 to sound the warning chime and sends a
signal to the BCM through terminal 4 to flash the hazard lamps.
The back door control unit supplies power to the magnetic clutch and the back door motor and move the
back door in the close direction. (At this time, it also executes speed control, input reverse, and overload
reverse control.)
When the back door reaches the half-latch state, the half-latch switch detects this and the signal is sent to
the back door control unit terminal 22.
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●
●
●
When the back door control unit receives the signal, it switches OFF the back door motor and the magnetic clutch.
When the cinch latch motor operates and the close switch detects this and the back door control unit terminal 14 receives the signal from back door latch terminal 5.
When the back door latch operates and full close is detected through terminal 14 of the back door control
unit, the back door auto closure operation ends and the door is fully closed.
A
B
Anti-Pinch Function
●
●
●
During auto operation, if an object is detected in the door's path, the back door operates in the reverse
direction to prevent pinching.
During auto close operation, if an object is detected by the pinch strips in the door's path, the back door
operates in the open direction until it is fully open.
During auto cinch latch operation, if an object is detected by the pinch strips in the door's path, the back
door operates depending on the automatic door main switch position. If the automatic door main switch is
in the ON position, the back door operates in the open direction until it is fully open. If the automatic door
main switch is in the OFF position, the back door will reverse only until the latch is fully released.
C
D
E
Gas Stay Check
●
●
During each power open operation, the back door control unit monitors motor current draw to determine if
the gas stays are functioning properly.
If a failure of the gas stays is detected, the back door control unit will close the back door while sounding
the warning chime.
F
G
Warning Functions
●
The warning chime is sounded according to the back door operating state, operations, and conditions.
H
Auto Back Door Operation Enable Conditions
Operation
Operating
direction
Automatic door main
switch
Fully closed
→ open
Fully open
→ closed
Remote keyless entry
Fully closed
→ open
Fully open
→ closed
Main switch
Vehicle stop
condition
Back door handle switch
Fully closed
→ open
Fully open
→ closed
Back door close switch
Fully closed →
open
Fully open
→ closed
J
ON
A/T selector
lever in P
position and
vehicle
speed less
than 2 km/h
Battery voltage
—
A/T selector
lever in P
position and
vehicle
speed less
than 2 km/h
—
Approx. 11V or more
A/T selector
lever in P
position and
vehicle speed
less than 2
km/h
BL
—
K
—
Approx. 11V (operates with
warning chime for low voltage
of 9 - 11V)
L
M
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AUTOMATIC BACK DOOR SYSTEM
Control When Handle Pulled When Operating Enable Conditions Not Yet Met
Items
Operation condition
Not met case
Control
Main switch
ON
OFF
Manual mode (after finishing
open/close operation if active)
A/T selector lever P position
P position
Other
Power close operation only
11 > V > 9
Power operation will continue
but will not begin from full close
position
9 > V > reset voltage
Power operation will stop and
warning chime will sound
reset voltage > V
No power function available
Error
No operation
Voltage drop
11V or more
Handle switch
Normal
Control When Operating Enable Conditions No Longer Met
Description
Operation
Full open stop
Main switch turned OFF
Warning chime active
→ Shift to manual mode after full open or
close operation is complete
(Recovery to power mode when main
switch turned ON or door fully closed)
→ Shift to manual mode
A/T selector lever P position
Warning chime active and one-way operation continuous
(Warning chime inactive and door fully
open or fully closed or operating conditions
recovered)
Stop continued
Voltage drop 11 - 9V
One-way operation continued (equivalent
to the case of starting voltage ← 11V for
handle operation with warning chime
active)
Not allowed
Voltage drop 6 - 4V
(Microcomputer reset voltage - clutch hold
voltage)
●
Motor stopped
●
Control not possible because microcomputer being reset
Control not possible because microcomputer being reset
Warning Chime Active Conditions
The waring chime uses two types of audio warnings, a friendly chime and a warning chime. The friendly chime
consists of dings lasting 0.66 seconds each immediately followed by the next ding. The warning chime consists of beeps lasting 0.33 seconds with a pause of 0.33 seconds between each beep.
Operation status
Operation or conditions
Warning chime pattern
Automatic door main switch operation
When auto operation starts
Back door handle switch operation
Friendly chime
2 seconds, 3 dings
Back door close switch operation
When reverse operation starts
Operating at low voltage
When reverse request is detected from
automatic door main switch, remote
keyless entry or back door close switch
Friendly chime
1.3 seconds, 2 dings
When obstacle is detected
Warning chime
2 seconds, 3 beeps
When operating with handle
Warning chime
2 seconds, 3 beeps
Back door close operation
Friendly chime
Continuous dings
Back door open operation
Warning chime
Continuous beeps
A/T selector lever not in P position
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2004 Quest
AUTOMATIC BACK DOOR SYSTEM
Reverse Conditions
Type
Operation covered
Detection method
A
Overload reverse
Both directions
Operation speed and motor current change direction
B
Pinch strips during back door close operation
Non-reversed area
Number of times reverse allowed
●
For about 0.5 seconds immediately after drive motor operation
starts
●
Between full open and approx. 7° from full open
●
Closure operation area
One reversal is allowed (if a second obstacle is detected during a
power open or close operation, the door reverts to manual
mode).
C
D
E
F
G
H
BL
J
K
L
M
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BL-139
2004 Quest
AUTOMATIC BACK DOOR SYSTEM
Schematic
EIS001XF
LIWA0522E
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BL-140
2004 Quest
AUTOMATIC BACK DOOR SYSTEM
Wiring Diagram -B/CLOS-
EIS001XG
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
BL
J
K
L
M
WIWA0247E
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2004 Quest
AUTOMATIC BACK DOOR SYSTEM
LIWA0149E
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BL-142
2004 Quest
AUTOMATIC BACK DOOR SYSTEM
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
BL
J
K
L
M
LIWA0523E
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BL-143
2004 Quest
AUTOMATIC BACK DOOR SYSTEM
LIWA0151E
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BL-144
2004 Quest
AUTOMATIC BACK DOOR SYSTEM
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
BL
J
K
L
M
WIWA0888E
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Terminals and Reference Value for Back Door Control Unit
EIS001XH
Condition
Voltage (V)
(Approx.)
Ground
—
—
Ground
—
—
Y/R
Battery power supply
—
Battery voltage
4
GR
Hazard lamp output
Back door motor active
5
5
LG/W
—
—
6
P/L
Terminal
Wire
Color
1
B
2
B
3
7
8
G
GR/B
Item
Pinch strip ground
Warning chime output
Ignition switch
Back door close switch
Back door motor active
12
Ignition switch ON
Battery voltage
Ignition switch OFF
0
Back door close switch ON
0
Back door close switch OFF
5
9
GR
Warning chime ground
—
—
10
W
Battery power
—
Battery voltage
11
L/B
Cinch latch motor
CLOSE output
Back door close operation
Battery voltage
12
L/W
Cinch latch motor
RETURN output
Back door open operation
Battery voltage
13
L/Y
Automatic door main switch
ON/OFF switch
14
P
15
Automatic door main switch ON
0
Automatic door main switch OFF
5
Close switch signal
Back door close operation
5
O/B
Open switch signal
Back door open operaton
5
P position
0
18
G/Y
A/T Device (park switch)
Other than above
5
Detecting obstruction
0
19
BR/W
Pinch strip RH
Other than above
4
Detecting obstruction
0
20
L/Y
Pinch strip LH
Other than above
4
21
Y
—
—
22
BR
Half-latch switch
Back door close operation
5
ON
0
23
G/R
Automatic door main switch
OFF
5
0
Y/G
Sliding door RH warning chime
request
Sliding door active
24
Other than above
5
0
LG/B
Sliding door LH warning chime
request
Sliding door active
25
Other than above
5
Handle operation
0
26
V/W
Back door handle switch signal
Other than above
5
Power window serial link
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2004 Quest
AUTOMATIC BACK DOOR SYSTEM
Terminals and Reference Value for BCM
EIS001XJ
A
Terminal
Wire
Color
10
GR
Condition
Voltage (V)
(Approx.)
Back door active
0
Other
5
Item
Hazard lamp flash input
B
C
22
Y/B
Power window serial link
—
D
LIIA0166E
—
E
49*
B
Ground
52
B/W
Ground
—
0
53
W/L
Power window power source
—
Battery voltage
54
W/R
Power window (RAP)
—
Battery voltage
55
W/B
Power source (BAT)
—
Battery voltage
58
O
Open
0
Closed
5
Back door switch
0
F
G
H
*: Early production
BL
J
K
L
M
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2004 Quest
AUTOMATIC BACK DOOR SYSTEM
Trouble Diagnosis Procedure
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
EIS00214
Check the symptom and customer's requests.
Understand outline of system. Refer to BL-54, "System Description" .
Confirm system operation.
Perform pre-diagnosis inspection. Refer to BL-68, "Pre-Diagnosis Inspection" .
Perform self-diagnosis procedures. Refer to BL-148, "Self-Diagnosis Procedures" .
Refer to trouble diagnosis chart by symptom, repair or replace any malfunctioning parts. Refer to BL-69,
"Trouble Diagnoses" .
Inspection End.
Self-Diagnosis Procedures
EIS00723
INPUT SIGNAL CHECK MODE
Input signal check mode allows testing of switch input signal to the back door control unit.
To activate input signal check mode on the automatic sliding door, perform the following steps:
1. Turn ignition switch OFF.
2. Turn automatic door main switch OFF (system cancelled).
3. Place A/T selector lever in P position.
4. Using the inside emergency release lever, open the back door.
5. Have an assistant press and hold the back door close switch.
6. While the assistant continues to hold the back door close switch, turn ignition switch ON (DO NOT start
engine).
7. After approximately 5 seconds, the back door warning chime will sound for 0.5 seconds.
8. Release the back door close switch RH or LH.
9. Within 8 seconds of the back door warning chime sounding, press and hold the automatic door main back
door open/close switch.
10. After approximately 5 seconds, the back door warning chime will sound for 1 second.
11. Release the automatic door main back door open/close switch.
12. The input signal check mode is now initialized.
The input signal check mode can test the following inputs. The back door warning chime will sound for approximately 0.5 seconds each time a switch signal input occurs. Use this test when one of these inputs is not
responding during normal automatic sliding door operation.
Switch signal
Operation
Refer to
Automatic door main switch
OFF → ON
BL-151
Automatic door main back door open/close switch
OFF → ON
BL-151
Back door close switch
OFF → ON
BL-152
Back door handle switch
OFF → ON
BL-158
A/T device (park switch)
P position → other than P position
RE4F04B AT-245
RE5F22A AT-578
Vehicle speed*
Vehicle speed
RE4F04B AT-209
RE5F22A AT-578
Remote keyless entry signal
Keyfob switch OFF → ON
BL-77
Door lock/unlock signal
LOCK → UNLOCK
BL-45
Pinch strip LH signal
OFF → ON
BL-153
Pinch strip RH signal
OFF → ON
BL-153
*Back door warning chime should sound as soon as vehicle moves.
Turn ignition switch OFF to end input signal check mode.
OPERATING CHECK MODE
Operating check mode allows self-diagnosis of the automatic back door system.
To activate operating check mode on the automatic back door, perform the following steps:
1. Turn ignition switch OFF.
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AUTOMATIC BACK DOOR SYSTEM
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Turn automatic door main switch OFF (system cancelled).
Place A/T selector lever in P position.
Using the inside emergency release lever, open the back door.
Have an assistant press and hold the back door close switch.
While the assistant continues to hold the back door close switch, turn ignition switch ON (DO NOT start
engine).
7. After approximately 5 seconds, the back door warning chime will sound for 0.5 seconds.
8. Release the back door close switch.
9. Within 8 seconds of the back door warning chime sounding, press the automatic door main back door
open/close switch 5 times in rapid succession.
10. After approximately 5 seconds, the back door warning chime will sound for 1 second.
11. Release the automatic door main back door open/close switch.
12. Immediately close the back door manually.
13. Turn automatic door main switch ON.
14. Open and close the back door with the automatic door main back door open/close switch to activate operating check mode.
Self-diagnosis results are indicated by the back door warning chime.
Back door warning chime order
B
C
D
E
F
Back door warning chime length
Start self-diagnosis
G
1.5 seconds
OK
NG
1. Operating conditions diagnosis
0.5 seconds
0.2 seconds
2. Back door encoder diagnosis
0.5 seconds
0.2 seconds
3. Back door clutch diagnosis
0.5 seconds
0.2 seconds
4. Back door motor diagnosis
0.5 seconds
0.2 seconds
5. Cinch latch motor diagnosis
0.5 seconds
0.2 seconds
Restart self-diagnosis
H
BL
1.5 seconds
Item
J
NG Result
Refer to
1. Operating conditions diagnosis result
One of the following operating conditions no
longer met: ignition switch ON, automatic door
main switch ON, A/T selector lever in P position
—
2. Back door encoder diagnosis result
Sensor diagnosis/short, pulse signal, pulse
signal direction
BL-150
3. Back door clutch diagnosis result
Back door clutch does not operate
BL-155
4. Back door motor diagnosis result
Back door motor does not operate (no operating current)
BL-150
5. Cinch latch motor diagnosis result
Cinch latch motor does not operate (no operating current)
BL-159
K
L
M
Turn ignition switch OFF to end input signal check mode.
Diagnosis Chart
EIS00215
Symptom
Automatic operations are not executed from the back door fully
closed or fully open position.
(Auto closure operate normally.)
Automatic operations are not carried out together with open/close
operations.
(Manual operations are normal.)
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A
Suspect systems
Refer to
Automatic door main switch system inspection
BL-151
A/T Device (park switch)
—
Pinch strip system inspection
BL-153
Automatic door main switch system inspection
BL-151
Back door close switch system inspection
BL-152
Auto back door power supply and ground circuit system inspection.
BL-150
BL-149
2004 Quest
AUTOMATIC BACK DOOR SYSTEM
Symptom
Suspect systems
Refer to
The auto closure function does not operate.
(Stops at the halfway position for auto closing operations.)
Pinch strip system inspection
During auto closing operations, if obstruction is detected, the
door does not operate in reverse.
Back door motor assembly
During close or cinch operations, the door does not operate in
reverse if the back door handle is operated.
Handle switch system
BL-158
Remote keyless entry system inspection
BL-53
Power window serial link
BL-147
Pinch strip system inspection
BL-153
Half-latch switch system
BL-155
Cinch latch motor system
BL-159
Handle switch system
BL-158
The back door does not open.
(Closure motor rotation is not reversed.)
Open switch system
BL-156
Handle switch system
BL-158
Warning chime does not sound
Back door warning chime system
BL-154
Close switch system
BL-157
Handle switch system
BL-158
Cinch latch motor system
BL-159
When the key fob is operated, the back door does not operate
automatically.
Auto closure does not operate
Auto closure operation works, but the back door is not fully
closed
Back door latch assembly mechanism damaged or worn.
Back Door Power Supply and Ground Circuit Inspection
BL-153
—
—
EIS00216
1. BACK DOOR POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT INSPECTION
1.
2.
3.
Turn ignition switch OFF.
Disconnect back door control unit.
Check voltage between back door control unit connector B55
terminals 3, 10 and ground.
3 (Y/R) - Ground
10 (W) - Ground
:Approx. battery voltage
:Approx. battery voltage
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 2.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
WIIA0567E
2. BACK DOOR GROUND CIRCUIT INSPECTION
Check continuity between back door control unit connector B55 terminals 1, 2 and ground.
1 (B) - Ground
2 (B) - Ground
: Continuity should exist.
: Continuity should exist.
OK or NG
OK
>> Circuit is OK.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
LIIA0801E
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BL-150
2004 Quest
AUTOMATIC BACK DOOR SYSTEM
Automatic Door Main Switch System Inspection
EIS00217
1. AUTOMATIC DOOR MAIN SWITCH FUNCTION INSPECTION
A
Check automatic door main switch using switch operation.
OK or NG
OK
>> Automatic door main switch is OK.
NG
>> GO TO 2.
B
C
2. AUTOMATIC DOOR MAIN SWITCH POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT INSPECTION
1.
2.
Turn ignition switch OFF.
Check voltage between automatic door main switch connector
R10 terminal 8 and ground.
8 (W/L) - Ground
D
:Approx. battery voltage
E
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 3.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
F
G
LIIA0857E
3. AUTOMATIC DOOR MAIN SWITCH SIGNAL INSPECTION
1.
2.
H
Turn ignition switch OFF.
While operating the automatic door main switch, check voltage
between back door control unit connector B55 terminal 23 and
ground.
Connector terminal
(Wire color)
(+)
(-)
23 (G/R)
Ground
J
Voltage (V)
(Approx.)
Measuring condition
Automatic
door main
switch
BL
ON
0
OFF
5
OK or NG
OK
>> Switch is OK.
NG
>> GO TO 4.
K
LIIA0802E
L
4. AUTOMATIC DOOR MAIN SWITCH CIRCUIT INSPECTION
1.
2.
M
Disconnect automatic door main switch and back door control unit.
Check continuity between automatic door main switch connector
R10 terminal 2 and back door control unit connector B55 terminal 23.
2 (G/R) - 23 (G/R)
: Continuity should exist.
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 5.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
LIIA0803E
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BL-151
2004 Quest
AUTOMATIC BACK DOOR SYSTEM
5. AUTOMATIC DOOR MAIN SWITCH GROUND INSPECTION
Check continuity between automatic door main switch connector terminal 6 and ground.
6 (B) - Ground
: Continuity should exist.
OK or NG
OK
>> Replace the automatic door main switch.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
LIIA0804E
Back Door Close Switch System Inspection
EIS00218
1. BACK DOOR CLOSE SWITCH FUNCTION INSPECTION
Check back door close switch using switch operation.
OK or NG
OK
>> Back door close switch is OK.
NG
>> GO TO 2.
2. BACK DOOR CLOSE SWITCH SIGNAL INSPECTION
1.
2.
Turn ignition switch OFF.
While operating the back door close switch, check voltage
between back door control unit connector B55 terminal 8 and
ground.
Connector terminal
(Wire color)
(+)
(-)
8 (GR/B)
Ground
Voltage (V)
(Approx.)
Measuring condition
Back door
close switch
ON
0
OFF
5
OK or NG
OK
>> Switch is OK.
NG
>> GO TO 3.
LIIA0805E
3. BACK DOOR CLOSE SWITCH CIRCUIT INSPECTION
1.
2.
Disconnect back door close switch and back door control unit.
Check continuity between back door close switch connector B63
terminal 1 and back door control unit connector B55 terminal 8.
1 (GR/B) - 8 (GR/B)
: Continuity should exist.
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 4.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
LIIA0806E
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BL-152
2004 Quest
AUTOMATIC BACK DOOR SYSTEM
4. BACK DOOR CLOSE SWITCH GROUND INSPECTION
A
Check continuity between back door close switch connector B63 terminal 2 and ground.
2 (B) - Ground
B
: Continuity should exist.
OK or NG
OK
>> Replace the back door close switch.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
C
D
LIIA0807E
Pinch Strip System Inspection
EIS00219
1. PINCH STRIP SIGNAL INSPECTION
1.
2.
Turn ignition switch OFF.
While operating the pinch strip, check voltage between back
door control unit connector B55 terminals 19 (RH), 20 (LH) and
ground.
Connector terminal
(Wire color)
(+)
19 (BR/W)
20 (L/Y)
Measuring condition
Voltage (V)
(Approx.)
Pinch strip operation
0
Other
4
F
G
(-)
Ground
H
BL
OK or NG
OK
>> Switch is OK.
NG
>> GO TO 2.
LIIA0811E
J
2. PINCH STRIP CIRCUIT INSPECTION
1.
2.
Disconnect pinch strip and back door control unit.
Check continuity between pinch strip connector D505 (RH),
D517 (LH) terminal 1, 2 and back door control unit connector
B55 terminal 5, 19 (RH), 20 (LH).
1 (BR/W) - 19 (BR/W)
1 (L/Y) - 20 (L/Y)
2 (LG/W) - 5 (LG/W)
K
L
: Continuity should exist.
: Continuity should exist.
: Continuity should exist.
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 3.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
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E
M
LIIA0815E
BL-153
2004 Quest
AUTOMATIC BACK DOOR SYSTEM
3. PINCH STRIP GROUND INSPECTION
Check continuity between pinch strip connector terminal 2 and
ground.
2 (LG/W) - Ground
: Continuity should exist.
OK or NG
OK
>> Replace the pinch strip.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
LIIA0817E
Back Door Warning Chime System Inspection
EIS0021A
1. BACK DOOR WARNING CHIME CIRCUIT INSPECTION
1.
2.
Disconnect back door warning chime and back door control unit.
Check continuity between back door warning chime connector
D514 terminal 1 and back door control unit connector B55 terminal 6.
1 (P/L) - 6 (P/L)
: Continuity should exist.
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 2.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
LIIA0822E
2. WARNING CHIME CIRCUIT INSPECTION
Check continuity between back door warning chime connector D514
terminal 2 and back door control unit connector B55 terminal 9.
2 (GR) - 9 (GR)
: Continuity should exist.
OK or NG
OK
>> Replace warning chime.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
LIIA2182E
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BL-154
2004 Quest
AUTOMATIC BACK DOOR SYSTEM
Half-Latch Switch System Inspection
EIS0021B
1. HALF-LATCH SWITCH SIGNAL INSPECTION
1.
2.
A
Turn ignition switch OFF.
While fully opening and closing the sliding door, check voltage
between back door control unit connector B55 terminal 22 and
ground.
B
C
D
22 (BR) - Ground
PIIA2169E
LIIA0826E
OK or NG
OK
>> Half-latch switch is OK.
NG
>> GO TO 2.
E
F
2. HALF-LATCH SWITCH CIRCUIT INSPECTION
1.
2.
G
Disconnect back door latch switch and back control unit.
Check continuity between back door latch (half-latch switch)
connector D511 terminal 6 and back control unit connector B55
terminal 22.
6 (BR) - 22 (BR)
H
: Continuity should exist.
BL
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 3.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
J
LIIA0827E
3. HALF-LATCH SWITCH GROUND INSPECTION
K
Check continuity between back door latch (half-latch switch) connector D511 terminal 8 and ground.
8 (B) - Ground
L
: Continuity should exist.
OK or NG
OK
>> Replace the back door latch.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
M
LIIA0828E
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BL-155
2004 Quest
AUTOMATIC BACK DOOR SYSTEM
Open Switch System Inspection
1. OPEN
1.
2.
EIS0021C
SWITCH SIGNAL INSPECTION
Turn ignition switch OFF.
While fully closing and opening the back door, check voltage
between back door control unit connector B55 terminal 15 andground.
15 (O/B) - Ground
PIIA2171E
LIIA0829E
OK or NG
OK
>> Open switch is OK.
NG
>> GO TO 2.
2. OPEN SWITCH CIRCUIT INSPECTION
1.
2.
Disconnect back door latch and back door control unit.
Check continuity between back door latch (open switch) connector D511 terminal 4 and back door control unit connector B55
terminal 15.
4 (O/B) - 15 (O/B)
: Continuity should exist.
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 3.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
LIIA0830E
3. OPEN SWITCH GROUND INSPECTION
Check continuity between back door latch (open switch) connector
D511 terminal 8 and ground.
8 (B) - Ground
: Continuity should exist.
OK or NG
OK
>> Replace the back door latch.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
LIIA0828E
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BL-156
2004 Quest
AUTOMATIC BACK DOOR SYSTEM
Close Switch System Inspection
EIS0021D
1. CLOSE SWITCH SIGNAL INSPECTION
1.
2.
A
Turn ignition switch OFF.
While fully opening and closing the back door, check voltage
between back door control unit connector B55 terminal 14 andground.
B
C
D
14 (P) - Ground
PIIA2172E
LIIA0831E
OK or NG
OK
>> Close switch is OK.
NG
>> GO TO 2.
E
F
2. CLOSE SWITCH CIRCUIT INSPECTION
1.
2.
G
Disconnect back door latch and back door control unit.
Check continuity between back door latch (close switch) connector D511terminal 5 and back door control unit connector B55
terminal 14.
5 (P) - 14 (P)
H
: Continuity should exist.
BL
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 3.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
J
LIIA0832E
3. CLOSE SWITCH GROUND INSPECTION
K
Check continuity between back door latch (close switch) connector
D511 terminal 8 and ground.
8 (B) - Ground
L
: Continuity should exist.
OK or NG
OK
>> Replace the back door latch.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
M
LIIA0828E
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BL-157
2004 Quest
AUTOMATIC BACK DOOR SYSTEM
Back Door Handle Switch System Inspection
EIS0021E
1. BACK DOOR HANDLE SWITCH SIGNAL INSPECTION
1.
2.
Turn ignition switch OFF.
While operating the back door handle switch, check voltage
between back door control unit connector B55 terminal 26 and
ground.
Connector terminal
(Wire color)
(+)
(-)
26 (V/W)
Ground
Measuring condition
Voltage (V)
(Approx.)
Pull the back door handle
switch (ON)
0
Other (OFF)
5
LIIA0833E
OK or NG
OK
>> Switch is OK.
NG
>> GO TO 2.
2. BACK DOOR HANDLE SWITCH CIRCUIT INSPECTION
1.
2.
Disconnect back door handle switch and back door control unit.
Check continuity between back door handle switch connector
D510 terminal 1 and back door control unit connector B55 terminal 26.
1 (V/W) - 26 (V/W)
: Continuity should exist.
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 4.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
LIIA0834E
3. BACK DOOR HANDLE SWITCH GROUND INSPECTION
Check continuity between back door handle switch connector D510
terminal 2 and ground.
2 (B) - Ground
: Continuity should exist.
OK or NG
OK
>> Replace the back door handle switch.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
LIIA0835E
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BL-158
2004 Quest
AUTOMATIC BACK DOOR SYSTEM
Cinch Latch Motor System Inspection
EIS0021F
1. CINCH LATCH MOTOR SIGNAL INSPECTION
1.
2.
A
Turn ignition switch OFF.
While fully opening and closing the back door, check voltage
between back door control unit connector B55 terminals 11, 12
and ground.
B
C
11 (L/B) - Ground
12 (L/W) - Ground
D
SIIA1480E
LIIA0836E
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 2.
NG
>> Replace the back door control unit.
E
F
2. CINCH LATCH MOTOR CIRCUIT INSPECTION
1.
2.
G
Disconnect back door latch and back door control unit.
Check continuity between back door latch (cinch latch motor)
connector D511 terminals 1, 2 and back door control unit connector B55 terminals 11, 12.
1 (L/W) -12 (L/W)
2 (L/B) - 11 (L/B)
H
: Continuity should exist.
: Continuity should exist.
BL
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 3.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
J
LIIA0837E
3. CINCH LATCH MOTOR OPERATION INSPECTION
K
Connect battery power to terminals 1 and 2 on the back door latch
connector and check motor operation.
1 (+) - 2 (-)
1 (-) - 2 (+)
L
: It operates.
: It operates. (Reverse rotation)
M
OK or NG
OK
>> Motor is OK.
NG
>> Replace the back door latch.
LIIA0838E
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BL-159
2004 Quest
DOOR
DOOR
Fitting Adjustment
PFP:80100
EIS007CC
WIIA0688E
FRONT DOOR
Longitudinal clearance and surface height adjustment at front end
1.
2.
Remove the fender. Refer to EI-20, "FRONT FENDER" .
Loosen the hinge nuts or bolts and adjust as needed.
Striker Adjustment
1.
Adjust the striker so that it becomes parallel with the lock insertion direction.
LIIA0113E
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BL-160
2004 Quest
DOOR
SLIDE DOOR
Longitudinal clearance, surface height and outboard adjustment at front end
1.
2.
A
Remove the sliding door trim panel. Refer to EI-29, "Sliding Door" .
Accessing from inside the vehicle, loosen the nuts. Open the sliding door and adjust as needed.
B
Striker Adjustment
NOTE:
Turn OFF automatic sliding door system, if equipped.
1. Inspect the door latch-to-striker clearance for the front and rear
strikers.
● Slowly open and close the sliding door.
● Confirm the strikers meet the latches correctly.
● Adjust striker height up or down as needed.
2. Slightly loosen the door strikers, upper and lower dovetails, and
contact switch.
NOTE:
Loosened parts should not move on their own.
3. Open and close the door three or four times to allow the strikers
and contact switch to align themselves.
4. Carefully tighten all loosened parts using care not to move the
parts .
5. Open and close door three or four times to confirm smooth
latching.
C
D
E
F
G
H
BL
LIIA1645E
J
K
L
M
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BL-161
2004 Quest
DOOR
BACK DOOR
LIIA1869E
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BL-162
2004 Quest
DOOR
Longitudinal clearance, surface height and outboard adjustment at front end
1.
2.
3.
4.
A
Open and support the back door.
Slightly loosen the hinge nuts.
Reposition the door as necessary and tighten the nuts.
Confirm the adjustment. Repeat as necessary to obtain the desired fit.
B
Striker Adjustment
1.
Adjust the striker so that it becomes parallel with the lock insertion direction.
C
D
E
LIIA1733E
Removal and Installation
F
EIS007CD
FRONT DOOR
G
CAUTION:
●
When removing and installing the door assembly, support the door with a jack and shop cloth to
protect the door and body.
H
●
When removing and installing door assembly, be sure to carry out the fitting adjustment.
●
Check the hinge rotating part for poor lubrication. If necessary, apply "body grease".
1. Remove the door window and module assembly. Refer to GW-74, "Front Door Glass" .
BL
2. Remove the door harness.
3. Remove the check link cover.
4. Remove the check link bolt from the vehicle.
J
K
L
LIIA0423E
5.
Remove the door-side hinge nuts and bolts, and remove the
door assembly.
Installation is in the reverse order of removal.
●
Align the front door. Refer to BL-160, "Longitudinal clearance
and surface height adjustment at front end" .
LIIA0424E
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BL-163
2004 Quest
M
DOOR
SLIDE DOOR
CAUTION:
●
When removing and installing the door assembly, support the door with a jack and shop cloth to
protect the door and body.
●
When removing and installing door assembly, be sure to carry out the fitting adjustment.
●
Check the hinge rotating part for poor lubrication. If necessary, apply "body grease".
1. Remove the upper and lower door finishers. Refer to EI-29, "Sliding Door" .
2. Remove the door glass. Refer to GW-78, "SLIDE DOOR GLASS" .
3. Remove the door lock and handle assemblies. Refer to BL-169, "SLIDE DOOR LOCK" .
4. Remove the upper and lower male dovetail assemblies.
5. Remove the door wiring harness.
6. Remove the door.
● Disconnect the rear slide door guide.
● Remove the lower hinge bracket.
● Remove the upper hinge bracket.
LIIA1879E
Installation is in the reverse order of removal.
●
Align the front door. Refer to BL-160, "Longitudinal clearance and surface height adjustment at front end" .
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BL-164
2004 Quest
DOOR
●
Automatic sliding door system must be initialized following adjustment. Refer to BL-92, "Initialization
Mode" .
A
BACK DOOR
WARNING:
Always support the back door when removing or replacing the back door stays. Power back door
opener will not support back door with back door stays removed.
1. Remove the back door glass. Refer to GW-13, "REAR WINDOW GLASS AND MOLDING" .
2. Remove the license lamp finisher. Refer to EI-22, "LICENSE LAMP FINISHER" .
3. Remove the back door lock assembly. Refer to BL-173, "BACK DOOR LOCK" .
4. Remove the rear wiper motor. Refer to WW-46, "Removal and Installation for Washer Motor" .
5. Remove the back door wire harness.
6. Remove the rear washer nozzle and hose from the back door. Refer to WW-45, "Removal and Installation
for Rear Washer Nozzle" .
CAUTION:
Two technicians should be used to avoid damaging the back door during removal.
7. Support the back door.
8. Disconnect the power back door lift arm from the door.
9. Remove the back door stays.
10. Remove the door side nuts and the back door assembly.
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
BL
J
K
L
LIIA1878E
Installation is in the reverse order of removal.
●
Align the back door. Refer to BL-162, "BACK DOOR" .
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BL-165
M
2004 Quest
FRONT DOOR LOCK
FRONT DOOR LOCK
Component Structure
PFP:80502
EIS001QX
PIIA3511E
1.
Front gasket
4.
Rear gasket
5.
Outside handle bracket
6.
Grommet
7.
Key cylinder rod (Driver side only)
8.
Outside handle cable
9.
Door lock assembly
10. Inside handle cable
2.
Outside handle
11. Lock knob cable
3.
Door key cylinder assembly (Driver
side)
Outside handle escutcheon (Passenger side)
12. Inside handle
Removal and Installation
1.
2.
EIS001QY
Remove the front door glass regulator. Refer to GW-75, "Front Door Glass Regulator" .
Remove door side grommet, and remove door key cylinder
assembly (driver side) and outside handle escutcheon (passenger side) bolts (TORX T30) from grommet hole.
PIIA3553E
3.
4.
If equipped, separate the key cylinder rod from outside handle.
While pulling the outside handle, remove door key cylinder
assembly or escutcheon.
PIIA3554E
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BL-166
2004 Quest
FRONT DOOR LOCK
5.
While pulling outside handle, slide toward rear of vehicle to
remove outside handle.
A
B
C
LIIA0532E
D
6.
Remove the front and rear gaskets.
E
F
G
PIIA3557E
7.
Remove the TORX bolts (T30), remove the door lock assembly.
H
BL
J
PIIA1090E
8.
K
Remove the TORX bolt (T30) of the outside handle bracket.
L
M
PIIA3556E
9.
While pulling outside handle bracket, slide toward rear of vehicle
to remove outside handle bracket and door lock assembly.
PIIA3558E
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BL-167
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FRONT DOOR LOCK
10. Disconnect the door lock actuator connector.
11. Separate the outside handle cable connection.
PIIA5059E
Installation is in the reverse order of removal.
CAUTION:
To install each rod, be sure to rotate the rod holder until a click is felt.
Disassembly and Assembly
EIS001QZ
DOOR KEY CYLINDER ASSEMBLY
PIIA4136E
Remove the key cylinder escutcheon pawl and remove the door key cylinder.
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BL-168
2004 Quest
SLIDE DOOR LOCK
SLIDE DOOR LOCK
Removal and Installation
PFP:82504
A
EIS0021P
OUTSIDE HANDLE
1.
2.
Remove the sliding door finisher. Refer to EI-28, "Removal and Installation" .
Remove door side grommet, and remove outside handle
escutcheon bolt (TORX T30) from grommet hole.
B
C
D
E
PIIA3553E
3.
While pulling the outside handle, remove outside handle
escutcheon.
F
G
H
PIIA3554E
4.
BL
While pulling outside handle, slide toward rear of vehicle to
remove outside handle.
J
K
L
LIIA0532E
5.
Remove the front gasket and rear gasket.
M
PIIA3557E
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BL-169
2004 Quest
SLIDE DOOR LOCK
6.
Remove the TORX bolts (T30), remove the door lock assembly.
PIIA1090E
7.
Remove the TORX bolt (T30), and remove the outside handle
bracket.
PIIA3556E
8.
While pulling outside handle, slide toward rear of vehicle to
remove outside handle and door lock assembly.
PIIA3558E
9. Disconnect the door lock actuator connector.
10. Separate the outside handle cable connection.
Installation is in the reverse order of removal.
●
Automatic sliding door system must be initialized following
adjustment. Refer to BL-92, "Initialization Mode" .
PIIA5059E
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BL-170
2004 Quest
SLIDE DOOR LOCK
SLIDING DOOR LOCK ASSEMBLY
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
BL
J
LIIA1634E
1.
Sliding door lock assembly
2.
Striker
3.
Sliding door inside handle cable
4.
Sliding door inside handle
5.
Sliding door inside lock
6.
Sliding door inside lock cable
1.
2.
3.
Remove exterior door handle. Refer to BL-169, "OUTSIDE HANDLE" .
Disconnect sliding door lock assembly electrical connectors.
Remove sliding door lock assembly.
● Remove screws from front and rear latches.
Installation is in the reverse order of removal.
●
Automatic sliding door system must be initialized following adjustment. Refer to BL-92, "Initialization
Mode" .
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BL-171
2004 Quest
K
L
M
SLIDE DOOR LOCK
SLIDING DOOR CABLE ASSEMBLY AND MOTOR
LIIA1633E
1.
Rear roller
4.
Front roller
2.
Sliding door motor
3.
Sliding door cable assembly
1. Remove sliding door rail cover. Refer to EI-26, "SIDE GUARD MOLDING" .
2. Disconnect slide door cables.
3. Remove luggage lower trim. Refer to EI-34, "REAR LOWER FINISHER ASSEMBLY" .
4. Disconnect sliding door motor electrical connector.
5. Remove sliding door link rollers.
6. Remove sliding door cable and motor assembly.
7. Remove sliding door motor from sliding door cable assembly.
Installation is in the reverse order of removal.
●
Automatic sliding door system must be initialized following adjustment. Refer to BL-92, "Initialization
Mode" .
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BL-172
2004 Quest
BACK DOOR LOCK
BACK DOOR LOCK
Component Structure
PFP:90504
A
EIS007CG
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
BL
J
K
L
M
WIIA0369E
1.
Back door motor assembly
2.
Back door motor assembly bracket
3.
Back door motor gear assembly
4.
Back door closure rod
5.
Pinch strip
6.
Back door latch release cable
7.
Back door handle
8.
Power back door latch assembly
9.
Power back door latch cinch motor
10. Back door striker
11. Dovetail (door side)
12. Dovetail (body side)
13. Back door opener actuator assembly
14. Lower back door lock assembly
15. Back door lock bracket
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BL-173
2004 Quest
BACK DOOR LOCK
Back Door Latch
EIS007CH
LIIA1867E
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BL-174
2004 Quest
BACK DOOR LOCK
REMOVAL
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
A
Remove the back door lower finisher. Refer to EI-34, "BACK DOOR LOWER FINISHER"
Remove the weather seal.
On manual doors, disconnect the back door latch release cable.
For power doors, disconnect the cinch motor electrical connector.
Remove the back door latch assembly (power door) or the back door lock assembly (manual door).
B
INSTALLATION
C
Installation is in the reverse order of removal.
●
Align the back door latch. Refer to BL-162, "BACK DOOR" .
D
Back Door Power Lift Assembly
EIS007CI
E
F
G
H
BL
J
K
L
M
LIIA1868E
REMOVAL
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove the LH rear pillar upper finisher. Refer to EI-34, "REAR PILLAR UPPER FINISHER" .
Remove the closure rod to door bolt.
Remove the back door motor gear assembly.
Remove the back door motor.
● Disconnect the electrical connector.
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BL-175
2004 Quest
BACK DOOR LOCK
INSTALLATION
Installation is in the reverse order of removal.
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BL-176
2004 Quest
FUEL FILLER LID OPENER
FUEL FILLER LID OPENER
Wiring Diagram -F/LID-
PFP:78820
A
EIS0020J
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
BL
J
K
L
M
WIWA0516E
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BL-177
2004 Quest
NVIS (NISSAN VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM-NATS)
NVIS (NISSAN VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM-NATS)
Component Parts and Harness Connector Location
PFP:28591
EIS001RN
LIIA1916E
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BL-178
2004 Quest
NVIS (NISSAN VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM-NATS)
System Description
EIS001RO
NVIS (Nissan Vehicle Immobilizer System-NATS) has the following immobilizer functions:
●
Since only NVIS (NATS) ignition keys, whose IDs have been registered into the ECM and BCM, allow the
engine to run, operation of a stolen vehicle without a NVIS (NATS) registered key is prevented by NVIS
(NATS).
NVIS (NATS) will immobilize the engine if someone tries to start it without the registered key of NVIS
(NATS).
●
All of the originally supplied ignition key IDs have been NVIS (NATS) registered.
If requested by the vehicle owner, a maximum of five key IDs can be registered into the NVIS (NATS)
components.
●
The security indicator blinks when the ignition switch is in OFF or ACC position. NVIS (NATS) warns outsiders that the vehicle is equipped with the anti-theft system.
●
When NVIS (NATS) detects trouble, the security indicator lamp lights up while ignition key is in the ON
position.
●
NVIS (NATS) trouble diagnoses, system initialization and additional registration of other NVIS (NATS)
ignition key IDs must be carried out using CONSULT-II hardware and CONSULT-II NVIS (NATS) software.
When NVIS (NATS) initialization has been completed, the ID of the inserted ignition key is automatically
NVIS (NATS) registered. Then, if necessary, additional registration of other NVIS (NATS) ignition key IDs
can be carried out.
Regarding the procedures of NVIS (NATS) initialization and NVIS (NATS) ignition key ID registration, refer
to CONSULT-II Operation Manual NATS-IVIS/NVIS.
●
When servicing a malfunction of the NVIS (NATS) (indicated by lighting up of Security Indicator
Lamp) or registering another NVIS (NATS) ignition key ID, it may be necessary to re-register original key identification. Therefore, be sure to receive ALL KEYS from vehicle owner.
System Composition
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
EIS001RP
The immobilizer function of the NVIS (NATS) consists of the following:
●
NATS ignition key
●
NATS antenna amp. located in the ignition key cylinder
●
Body control module (BCM)
●
Engine control module (ECM)
●
Security indicator
NOTE:
The communication between ECM and BCM uses the CAN communication system.
BL
J
K
L
M
PIIA1121E
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BL-179
2004 Quest
NVIS (NISSAN VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM-NATS)
ECM Re-communicating Function
EIS001RQ
The following procedure can automatically perform re-communication of ECM and BCM, but only when the
ECM has been replaced with a new one which has never been energized on-board.
(In this step, initialization procedure by CONSULT-II is not necessary)
NOTE:
●
When registering new Key IDs or replacing the ECM other than brand new, refer to CONSULT-II
Operation Manual NATS-IVIS/NVIS.
●
If multiple keys are attached to the key holder, separate them before work.
●
Distinguish keys with unregistered key ID from those with registered ID.
1. Install ECM.
2. Using a registered key (*1), turn ignition switch to ON.
*1: To perform this step, use the key that has been used before performing ECM replacement.
3. Maintain ignition switch in ON position for at least 5 seconds.
4. Turn ignition switch to OFF.
5. Start engine.
If engine can be started, procedure is completed.
If engine cannot be started, refer to CONSULT-II Operation Manual NATS-IVIS/NVIS and initialize control
unit.
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BL-180
2004 Quest
NVIS (NISSAN VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM-NATS)
Wiring Diagram — NATS —
EIS001RR
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
BL
J
K
L
M
WIWA0252E
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BL-181
2004 Quest
NVIS (NISSAN VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM-NATS)
LIWA0508E
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BL-182
2004 Quest
NVIS (NISSAN VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM-NATS)
Terminals and Reference Value for BCM
EIS001RS
A
Terminal
Wire
Color
21
O
23
G/O
Item
Condition
NATS antenna amp.
Ignition switch (OFF → ON)
Security indicator lamp
Goes OFF → illuminates (Every 2.4
seconds)
Voltage (V)
(Approx.)
Just after turning ignition switch
ON: Pointer of tester should move.
Battery voltage → 0
C
Just after turning ignition switch
ON: Pointer of tester should move.
NATS antenna amp.
Ignition switch (OFF → ON)
G
Ignition switch (ON or START)
Ignition switch (ON or START position)
Battery voltage
39
L
CAN-H
—
—
40
Y
CAN-L
—
—
42
Y/G
Power source (Fuse)
—
Battery voltage
49*
B
Ground
—
0
52
B/W
Ground
—
0
55
W/B
Power source (Fusible link)
—
Battery voltage
25
BR
38
B
D
E
F
G
*: Early production
CONSULT-II
EIS001RT
CONSULT-II INSPECTION PROCEDURE
H
CAUTION:
If CONSULT-II is used with no connection of CONSULT-II CONVERTER, malfunctions might be
detected in self-diagnosis depending on control unit which carries out CAN communication.
BL
1. Turn ignition switch OFF.
2. Insert NVIS (NATS) program card into CONSULT-II.
Program card
3.
J
: NATS (AEN02C-1 or later)
Connect CONSULT-II and CONSULT-II CONVERTER to data
link connector.
K
L
BBIA0336E
4.
5.
Turn ignition switch ON.
Touch “START”.
M
PBR455D
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BL-183
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NVIS (NISSAN VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM-NATS)
6.
Touch "OTHER".
LIIA0556E
7.
Select “NATS V.5.0”.
If “NATS V5.0” is not indicated, go to GI-37, "CONSULT-II Data
Link Connector (DLC) Circuit" .
SEL027X
8.
Perform each diagnostic test mode according to each service
procedure.
For further information, see the CONSULT-II Operation Manual
NATS-IVIS/NVIS.
SEL150X
CONSULT-II DIAGNOSTIC TEST MODE FUNCTION
CONSULT-II DIAGNOSTIC TEST
MODE
Description
C/U INITIALIZATION
When replacing any of the following components, C/U initialization and re-registration of all
NATS ignition keys are necessary.
[(NATS ignition key/ BCM/ ECM]
SELF-DIAG RESULTS
Detected items (screen terms) are as shown in the chart.
Refer to BL-185, "NVIS (NATS) SELF-DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS ITEM CHART" .
NOTE:
●
When any initialization is performed, all IDs previously registered will be erased and all NATS ignition keys
must be registered again.
●
The engine cannot be started with an unregistered key. In this case, the system will show “DIFFERENCE
OF KEY” or “LOCK MODE” as a self-diagnostic result on the CONSULT-II screen.
●
In rare case, “CHAIN OF ECM-IMMU” might be stored as a self-diagnostic result during key registration
procedure, even if the system is not malfunctioning.
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NVIS (NISSAN VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM-NATS)
HOW TO READ SELF-DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS
A
B
C
D
E
F
PIIA1124E
NVIS (NATS) SELF-DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS ITEM CHART
Detected items
[NVIS (NATS) program card screen
terms]
P No. Code
(Self-diagnostic
result of
“ENGINE”)
Malfunction is detected when.....
G
Reference
page
H
CHAIN OF ECM-IMMU
[P1612]
NATS MALFUNCTION
P1612
Communication impossible between ECM and BCM
In rare case, “CHAIN OF ECM-IMMU” might be stored
during key registration procedure, even if the system is
not malfunctioning.
Refer to
BL-189 .
BL
DIFFERENCE OF KEY
[P1615]
NATS MALFUNCTION
P1615
BCM can receive the key ID signal but the result of ID
verification between key ID and BCM is NG.
Refer to
BL-190 .
J
CHAIN OF IMMU-KEY
[P1614]
NATS MALFUNCTION
P1614
BCM cannot receive the key ID signal.
Refer to
BL-193 .
K
ID DISCORD, IMM-ECM
[P1611]
NATS MALFUNCTION
P1611
The result of ID verification between BCM and ECM is
NG. System initialization is required.
Refer to
BL-191 .
L
When the starting operation is carried out five or more
times consecutively under the following conditions, NVIS
(NATS) will shift the mode to one which prevents the
engine from being started.
Refer to
BL-192 .
LOCK MODE
[P1610]
DON'T ERASE BEFORE CHECKING ENG DIAG
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NATS MALFUNCTION
P1610
—
●
Unregistered ignition key is used.
●
BCM or ECM’s malfunctioning.
All engine trouble codes except NVIS (NATS) trouble
code has been detected in ECM.
BL-185
Refer to
BL-186 .
2004 Quest
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NVIS (NISSAN VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM-NATS)
Work Flow
EIS001RU
SEL024X
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BL-186
2004 Quest
NVIS (NISSAN VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM-NATS)
Trouble Diagnoses
EIS001RV
A
SYMPTOM MATRIX CHART 1
Self-diagnosis related item
Symptom
Displayed “SELF-DIAG
RESULTS” on CONSULT-II screen.
CHAIN OF ECM-IMMU
[P1612]
●
Security indicator
lighting up*
●
Engine cannot be
started
DIFFERENCE OF KEY
[P1615]
CHAIN OF IMMU-KEY
[P1614]
ID DISCORD, IMM-ECM
[P1611]
Security indicator lighting up*
Diagnostic Procedure
(Reference page)
PROCEDURE 1
(BL-189 )
PROCEDURE 2
(BL-190 )
PROCEDURE 5
(BL-193 )
PROCEDURE 3
(BL-191 )
LOCK MODE
[P1610]
PROCEDURE 4
(BL-192 )
DON'T ERASE
BEFORE CHECKING
ENG DIAG
WORK FLOW
(BL-186 )
System
(Malfunctioning part or
mode)
Reference Part No. Of
Illustration On System
Diagram
In rare case, “CHAIN OF
ECM-IMMU” might be
stored during key registration procedure, even if
the system is not malfunctioning.
—
Open circuit in battery
voltage line of BCM circuit
C1
Open circuit in ignition
line of BCM circuit
C2
Open circuit in ground
line of BCM circuit
C3
Open or short circuit
between BCM and ECM
communication line
C4
C
D
E
ECM
B
BCM
A
Unregistered key
D
BCM
A
Malfunction of key ID
chip
E5
Communication line
between ANT/ AMP and
BCM:
Open circuit or short circuit of battery voltage
line or ground line
BL-187
F
G
H
BL
E1
J
E2
K
Open circuit in power
source line of ANT/ AMP
circuit
E3
Open circuit in ground
line of ANT/ AMP circuit
E4
NATS antenna amp.
E6
BCM
A
System initialization has
not yet been completed.
F
ECM
B
LOCK MODE
D
Engine trouble data and
NVIS (NATS) trouble
data have been detected
in ECM
—
*: When NVIS (NATS) detects trouble, the security indicator lights up while ignition key is in the “ON” position.
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B
2004 Quest
L
M
NVIS (NISSAN VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM-NATS)
SYMPTOM MATRIX CHART 2
Non self-diagnosis related item
Symptom
Security indicator does not light
up*.
Diagnostic Procedure
(Reference page)
PROCEDURE 6
(BL-196 )
System
(Malfunctioning part or mode)
Reference Part No. Of Illustration On System Diagram
Combination meter (security
indictor lamp)
—
Open circuit between Fuse and
BCM
—
BCM
A
*: CONSULT-II self-diagnostic results display screen “no malfunction is detected”.
DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEM DIAGRAM
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Diagnostic Procedure 1
EIS001RW
Self-diagnostic results:
“CHAIN OF ECM-IMMU” displayed on CONSULT-II screen
First perform the “SELF-DIAG RESULTS” in “BCM” with CONSULT-II, then perform the trouble diagnosis of malfunction system indicated “SELF-DIAG RESULTS” of “BCM”. Refer to BL-183, "CONSULT-II"
.
1. CONFIRM SELF-DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS
A
B
C
Confirm SELF-DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS “CHAIN OF ECM-IMMU”
displayed on CONSULT-II screen.
NOTE:
In rare case, “CHAIN OF ECM-IMMU” might be stored during key
registration procedure, even if the system is not malfunctioning.
Is CONSULT-II screen displayed as above?
Yes
>> GO TO 2.
No
>> GO TO BL-187, "SYMPTOM MATRIX CHART 1" .
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E
F
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2. CHECK POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT FOR BCM
1.
2.
G
Disconnect BCM.
Check voltage between BCM connector M19 terminal 55 and ground.
55 (W/B) – Ground
H
:Battery voltage
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 3.
NG
>> Check the following.
● 50A fusible link (letter j , located in fuse and fusible
link box)
● Harness for open or short between fuse and BCM
connector
Ref. Part No. C1
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3. CHECK IGN SW. ON SIGNAL
L
1.
2.
Turn ignition switch ON.
Check voltage between BCM connector M18 terminal 38 and ground.
38 (G) – Ground
M
:Battery voltage
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 4.
NG
>> Check the following.
● 10A fuse [No. 16, located in the fuse block (J/B)]
● Harness for open or short between fuse and BCM
connector
Ref. part No. C2
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4. CHECK GROUND CIRCUIT FOR BCM
1.
2.
Turn ignition switch OFF.
Check continuity between BCM connector M18 terminals 49 (early production), 52 and ground.
49 (B) – Ground
52 (B/W) – Ground
:Continuity should exist.
:Continuity should exist.
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 5.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness. Ref. part No. C3
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5. REPLACE BCM
1.
2.
Replace BCM. Ref. part No. A
Perform initialization with CONSULT-II.
For initialization, refer to “CONSULT-II Operation Manual NATS-IVIS/NVIS”.
Does the engine start?
Yes
>> BCM is malfunctioning.
No
>> ● ECM is malfunctioning.
● Replace ECM. Ref. part No. B
● Perform initialization or re-communicating function.
● For initialization, refer to “CONSULT-II Operation Manual NATS-IVIS/NVIS”.
● For re-communicating function, refer to BL-180, "ECM Re-communicating Function" .
Diagnostic Procedure 2
EIS001RX
Self-diagnostic results:
“DIFFERENCE OF KEY” displayed on CONSULT-II screen
1. CONFIRM SELF-DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS
Confirm SELF-DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS “DIFFERENCE OF KEY”
displayed on CONSULT-II screen.
Is CONSULT-II screen displayed as above?
Yes
>> GO TO 2.
No
>> GO TO BL-187, "SYMPTOM MATRIX CHART 1" .
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2. PERFORM INITIALIZATION WITH CONSULT-II
A
Perform initialization with CONSULT-II. Re-register all NATS ignition key IDs.
For initialization and registration of NATS ignition key IDs, refer to “CONSULT-II Operation Manual NATS-IVIS/
NVIS”.
NOTE:
If the initialization is not completed or malfunctions, CONSULT-II
shows message on the screen.
Can the system be initialized and can the engine be started with reregistered NATS ignition key?
Yes
>> ● Ignition key ID was unregistered. Ref. part No. D
No
>> ● BCM is malfunctioning.
● Replace BCM. Ref. part No. A
● Perform initialization with CONSULT-II.
● For initialization, refer to “CONSULT-II Operation
SEL297W
Manual NATS-IVIS/NVIS”.
Diagnostic Procedure 3
EIS001RY
Self-diagnostic results:
“ID DISCORD, IMM-ECM” displayed on CONSULT-II screen
B
C
D
E
F
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1. CONFIRM SELF-DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS
Confirm SELF-DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS “ID DISCORD, IMM-ECM” displayed on CONSULT-II screen.
NOTE:
“ID DISCORD IMM-ECM”:
Registered ID of BCM is in discord with that of ECM.
Is CONSULT-II screen displayed as above?
Yes
>> GO TO 2.
No
>> GO TO BL-187, "SYMPTOM MATRIX CHART 1" .
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2. PERFORM INITIALIZATION WITH CONSULT-II
Perform initialization with CONSULT-II. Re-register all NATS ignition key IDs.
For initialization, refer to “CONSULT-II Operation Manual NATSIVIS/NVIS”.
NOTE:
If the initialization is not completed or malfunctions, CONSULT-II
shows message on the screen.
Can the system be initialized?
Yes
>> ● Start engine. (END)
● System initialization had not been completed. Ref.
part No. F
No
>> ● ECM is malfunctioning.
● Replace ECM. Ref. part No. B
● Perform initialization with CONSULT-II.
For initialization, refer to “CONSULT-II Operation Manual NATS-IVIS/NVIS”.
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Diagnostic Procedure 4
EIS001RZ
Self-diagnostic results:
“LOCK MODE” displayed on CONSULT-II screen
1. CONFIRM SELF-DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS
Confirm SELF-DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS “LOCK MODE” is displayed
on CONSULT-II screen.
Is CONSULT-II screen displayed as above?
Yes
>> GO TO 2.
No
>> GO TO BL-187, "SYMPTOM MATRIX CHART 1" .
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2. ESCAPE FROM LOCK MODE
1. Turn ignition switch OFF.
2. Turn ignition switch ON with registered key. (Do not start engine.) Wait 5 seconds.
3. Return the key to OFF position. Wait 5 seconds.
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 twice (total of three cycles).
5. Start the engine.
Does engine start?
Yes
>> System is OK (Now system is escaped from “LOCK MODE”).
No
>> GO TO 3.
3. PERFORM INITIALIZATION WITH CONSULT-II
Perform initialization with CONSULT-II.
For initialization, refer to “CONSULT-II Operation Manual NATSIVIS/NVIS”.
NOTE:
If the initialization is not completed or malfunctions, CONSULT-II
shows the message on the screen.
Can the system be initialized?
Yes
>> System is OK.
No
>> GO TO 4.
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4. PERFORM INITIALIZATION WITH CONSULT-II AGAIN
Replace BCM.
Perform initialization with CONSULT-II.
For initialization, refer to “CONSULT-II Operation Manual NATSIVIS/NVIS”.
NOTE:
If the initialization is not completed or malfunctions, CONSULT-II
shows the message on the screen.
Can the system be initialized?
Yes
>> System is OK. BCM is malfunctioning. Ref. part No. A
No
>> ● ECM is malfunctioning.
● Replace ECM. Ref. part No. B
● Perform initialization with CONSULT-II.
For initialization, refer to “CONSULT-II Operation
Manual NATS-IVIS/NVIS”.
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1.
2.
Diagnostic Procedure 5
B
C
D
SEL297W
EIS001S0
Self-diagnostic results:
“CHAIN OF IMMU-KEY” displayed on CONSULT-II screen
E
F
G
1. CONFIRM SELF-DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS
Confirm SELF-DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS “CHAIN OF IMMU-KEY”
displayed on CONSULT-II screen.
Is CONSULT-II screen displayed as above?
Yes
>> GO TO 2.
No
>> GO TO BL-187, "SYMPTOM MATRIX CHART 1" .
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2. CHECK NATS ANTENNA AMP. INSTALLATION
Check NATS antenna amp. installation. Refer to BL-197, "How to Replace NATS Antenna Amp." .
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 3.
NG
>> Reinstall NATS antenna amp. correctly.
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3. CHECK NVIS (NATS) IGNITION KEY ID CHIP
Start engine with another registered NATS ignition key.
Does the engine start?
Yes
>> ● Ignition key ID chip is malfunctioning.
● Replace the ignition key.
Ref. part No. E5
● Perform initialization with CONSULT-II.
For initialization, refer to “CONSULT-II Operation Manual NATS-IVIS/NVIS”.
No
>> GO TO 4.
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4. CHECK POWER SUPPLY FOR NATS ANTENNA AMP.
1.
2.
Turn ignition switch ON.
Check voltage between NATS antenna amp. connector M21 terminal 1 and ground.
1 (Y/R) – Ground
:Battery voltage
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 5.
NG
>> Repair or replace fuse or harness. Ref. part No. E3
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5. CHECK NATS ANTENNA AMP. SIGNAL LINE- 1
Check voltage between NATS antenna amp. connector M21 terminal 2 and ground with analog tester.
2 (O) – Ground
Before inserting key into ignition key
cylinder
Voltage: Battery voltage
After inserting key into ignition key
cylinder
: Pointer of tester should move for 30
seconds, then return to battery voltage.
Just after turning ignition switch ON
: Pointer of tester should move for
approx. 1 second, then return to battery voltage.
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OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 6.
NG
>> ● Repair or replace harness.
NOTE:
If harness is OK, replace BCM, perform initialization with CONSULT-II. For initialization, refer to
“CONSULT-II Operation Manual NATS-IVIS/NVIS”.
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6. CHECK NATS ANTENNA AMP. SIGNAL LINE- 2
A
Check voltage between NATS antenna amp. connector M21 terminal 4 and ground with analog tester.
4 (BR) –
Ground
Before inserting key into ignition key
cylinder
Voltage: Battery voltage
After inserting key into ignition key
cylinder
: Pointer of tester should move for 30
seconds, then return to battery voltage.
Just after turning ignition switch ON
: Pointer of tester should move for
approx. 1 second, then return to battery voltage.
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C
D
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OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 7.
NG
>> ● Repair or replace harness.
NOTE:
If harness is OK, replace BCM, perform initialization with CONSULT-II. For initialization, refer to
“CONSULT-II Operation Manual NATS-IVIS/NVIS”.
Turn ignition switch OFF.
Check continuity between NATS antenna amp. connector M21 terminal 3 and ground.
3 (B) – Ground
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7. CHECK NATS ANTENNA AMP. GROUND LINE CIRCUIT
1.
2.
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:Continuity should exist.
OK or NG
OK
>> ● NATS antenna amp. is malfunctioning.
Ref. part No. E6
NG
>> ● Repair or replace harness.
NOTE:
If harness is OK, replace BCM, perform initialization
with CONSULT-II. For initialization, refer to “CONSULT-II Operation Manual NATS-IVIS/NVIS”.
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Diagnostic Procedure 6
EIS001S1
“SECURITY INDICATOR LAMP DOES NOT LIGHT UP”
1. CHECK FUSE
Check 10A fuse [No.19, located in the fuse block (J/B)]
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 2.
NG
>> If fuse is blown, be sure to eliminate cause of problem before installing new fuse. Refer to PG-4,
"POWER SUPPLY ROUTING CIRCUIT" .
2. CHECK SECURITY INDICATOR LAMP
1.
2.
Start engine and turn ignition switch OFF.
Check the security indicator lamp lights up.
Security indicator lamp should light up.
OK or NG
OK
>> Inspection END.
NG
>> GO TO 3.
3. CHECK SECURITY INDICATOR LAMP POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT
1.
2.
Disconnect security indicator lamp.
Check voltage between security indicator lamp connector M23
terminal 31 and ground.
31 (Y/R) – Ground
: Battery voltage
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 4
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
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4. CHECK BCM (NATS CONTROL UNIT) FUNCTION
1.
2.
3.
Connect security indicator lamp.
Disconnect BCM.
Check voltage between BCM connector M18 terminal 23 and
ground.
23 (G/O) – Ground
:Battery voltage
OK or NG
OK
>> BCM is malfunctioning.
● Replace BCM.
Ref. part No. A
● Perform initialization with CONSULT-II.
● For initialization, refer to “CONSULT-II Operation
LIIA0523E
Manual NATS-IVIS/NVIS”.
NG
>> Check the following.
● Harness for open or short between security indicator lamp and BCM (NATS control unit).
● Indicator lamp condition
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How to Replace NATS Antenna Amp.
EIS001S2
A
NOTE:
●
If NATS antenna amp. is not installed correctly, NVIS (NATS)
system will not operate properly and SELF-DIAG RESULTS
on CONSULT-II screen will show “LOCK MODE” or “CHAIN
OF IMMU-KEY”.
●
Initialization is not necessary only when NATS antenna
amp. is replaced with a new one.
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D
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HOMELINK UNIVERSAL TRANSCEIVER
HOMELINK UNIVERSAL TRANSCEIVER
Wiring Diagram — TRNSCV —
PFP:96401
EIS007CE
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Trouble Diagnoses
EIS007CF
A
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE
SYMPTOM: Transmitter does not activate receiver.
Before conducting the procedure given below, make sure that system receiver (garage door opener, etc.)
operates with original, hand-held transmitter. If NG, receiver or hand-held transmitter is at fault, not vehicle
related.
1. ILLUMINATE CHECK
B
C
1.
2.
Turn ignition switch OFF.
Does red light (LED) of transmitter illuminate when any button is
pressed?
YES or NO
YES >> GO TO 2.
NO
>> GO TO 3.
D
E
F
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2. TRANSMITTER CHECK
Check transmitter with Tool.*
*For details, refer to Technical Service Bulletin.
OK or NG
OK
>> Receiver or hand-held transmitter malfunction, not vehicle related.
NG
>> Replace compass and thermometer assembly. Refer to EI-36, "Removal and Installation" .
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3. CHECK BCM OUTPUT POWER SUPPLY
J
Does room lamp come on when driver side door is opened? Refer to LT-128, "INTERIOR ROOM LAMP" .
Yes or No?
YES >> GO TO 4.
NO
>> Repair or replace the malfunctioning part.
4. POWER SUPPLY CHECK
1.
2.
K
L
Disconnect transmitter.
Check voltage between auto anti-dazzling inside mirror connector R17 terminal 10 and ground.
M
10 (Y) - Ground
: Battery voltage
OK or NG
OK
>> GO TO 5.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
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5. GROUND CIRCUIT CHECK
Check continuity between auto anti-dazzling inside mirror connector R17 terminal 8 (B) and body ground.
8 (B) - Ground
: Continuity should exist.
OK or NG
OK
>> Replace inside mirror assembly.
NG
>> Repair or replace harness.
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BODY REPAIR
BODY REPAIR
Body Exterior Paint Color
PFP:60100
A
EIS001S5
B
C
D
E
F
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Color code
A14
BW9
C10
C12
D11
K11
K12
Q11
Description
Autumn
Red
Majestic
Blue
Sahara
Gold
Coral
Sand
Green
Tea
Smoke
Silver
Mist
Nordic
White
Pearl
Paint type
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
3P
Clear coat
t
t
t
t
t
t
t
t
Body
Body color
A14
BW9
C10
C12
D11
K11
K12
Q11
Base
Black
AG01
AG01
AG01
AG01
AG01
AG01
AG01
AG01
Body color
A14
BW9
C10
C12
D11
K11
K12
Q11
Component
1
Outside
mirror
2
Lift gate
Finisher
3
Bumper
fascia
Body
Body color
A14
BW9
C10
C12
D11
K11
K12
Q11
Side guard
molding
Body
Body color
A14
BW9
C10
C12
D11
K11
K12
Q11
Outside
handle
Body color
A14
BW9
C10
C12
D11
K11
K12
Q11
Radiator
grille
Chromiumplate
+Smoke
Clear
Cr+HFM
09
Cr+HFM
09
Cr+HFM
09
Cr+HFM
09
Cr+H
FM09
Cr+HFM
09
Cr+HFM
09
Cr+HF
M09
4
5
6
Center
M: Metallic; 2S: 2-Coat Solid, 2P: 2-Coat Pearl; 3P: 3-Coat Pearl; t: New Cross Linking Clear Coat
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BODY REPAIR
Body Component Parts
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UNDERBODY COMPONENT PARTS
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1.
Hoodledge upper RH/LH
21. Rear side floor rear RH/LH
2.
Rear hoodledge reinforcement RH/LH
22. Rear floor rear
3.
Hoodledge reinforcement
23. Front side member RH/LH
4.
Lower front hoodledge RH/LH
24. Front side member closing plate RH/LH
5.
Side cowl top RH/LH
25. Front side member extension reinforcement RH/LH
6.
Rear lower hoodledge RH/LH
26. Front side member reinforcement RH/LH
7.
Upper dash
27. Front side member front extension RH/LH
8.
Front cowl top
28. Inner front side member assembly RH/LH
9.
Center cowl top
29. Floor center member assembly
10. Cowl top extension
30. Outer 3rd seat mounting bracket
11. Cowl top extension bracket RH/LH
31. Center 1st cross member assembly
12. Lower dash
32. Front side member rear extension RH/LH
13. Dash lower cross member
33. Lower guide rail assembly RH/LH
14. 2nd cross member assembly
34. 4th cab moulting cross member
15. Inner sill RH/LH
35. Rear seat cross member
16. Front floor
36. Rear side member RH/LH
17. Center front floor
37. Center rear seat cross member
18. 2nd seat mounting bracket assembly RH/LH
38. 2nd rear cross member
19
39. Front hook RH/LH
Front floor rear
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B
C
D
E
F
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20. Rear floor step RH/LH
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BODY COMPONENT PARTS
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1.
Hood
17. Center pillar reinforcement
2.
Front fender (RH&LH)
18. Inner roof side rail
3.
Front door assembly
19. Upper guide rail
4.
Slide door assembly
20. Upper guide rail
5.
Body side outer
21. Roof drip rail
6.
Rear fender
22. Waist rail guide
7.
Body side outer reinforcement
23. Back panel assembly
8.
Back pillar reinforcement
24. Back panel assembly
9.
Inner side panel
25. Standard roof assembly
10. Front pillar lower hinge brace
26. Roof assembly with sunroof
11. Outer sill reinforcement
27. Front roof rail
12. Inner lower front pillar
28. Roof side molding assembly
13. Inner upper front pillar
29. Roof bow No. 2
14. Upper hinge pillar brace assembly
30. Rear roof bow
15. Inner roof rail reinforcement
31. Rear roof rail
A
B
C
D
E
16. Inner center pillar
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Corrosion Protection
EIS001S7
DESCRIPTION
To provide improved corrosion prevention, the following anti-corrosive measures have been implemented in
NISSAN production plants. When repairing or replacing body panels, it is necessary to use the same anti-corrosive measures.
ANTI-CORROSIVE PRECOATED STEEL (GALVANNEALED STEEL)
To improve repairability and corrosion resistance, a new type of anticorrosive precoated steel sheet has been adopted replacing conventional zinc-coated steel sheet.
Galvannealed steel is electroplated and heated to form Zinc-iron
alloy, which provides excellent and long term corrosion resistance
with cationic electrode position primer.
PIIA0093E
Nissan Genuine Service Parts are fabricated from galvannealed steel. Therefore, it is recommended that
GENUINE NISSAN PARTS or equivalent be used for panel replacement to maintain the anti-corrosive performance built into the vehicle at the factory.
PHOSPHATE COATING TREATMENT AND CATIONIC ELECTRODEPOSITION PRIMER
A phosphate coating treatment and a cationic electrode position primer, which provide excellent corrosion protection, are employed on all body components.
CAUTION:
Confine paint removal during welding operations to an absolute
minimum.
PIIA0095E
Nissan Genuine Service Parts are also treated in the same manner. Therefore, it is recommended that GENUINE NISSAN PARTS or equivalent be used for panel replacement to maintain anti-corrosive performance built
into the vehicle at the factory.
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ANTI-CORROSIVE WAX
To improve corrosion resistance, anti-corrosive wax is applied inside the body sill and inside other closed sections. Accordingly, when replacing these parts, be sure to apply anti-corrosive wax to the appropriate areas of
the new parts. Select an excellent anti-corrosive wax which will penetrate after application and has a long shelf
life.
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UNDERCOATING
The underside of the floor and wheelhouse are undercoated to prevent rust, vibration, noise and stone chipping. Therefore, when such a panel is replaced or repaired, apply undercoating to that part. Use an undercoating which is rust preventive, soundproof, vibration-proof, shock-resistant, adhesive, and durable.
Precautions in undercoating
1.
2.
3.
4.
Do not apply undercoating to any place unless specified (such as the areas above the muffler and three
way catalyst which are subjected to heat).
Do not undercoat the exhaust pipe or other parts which become hot.
Do not undercoat rotating parts.
Apply bitumen wax after applying undercoating.
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Body Sealing
EIS001S8
DESCRIPTION
A
The following figure shows the areas which are sealed at the factory. Sealant which has been applied to these
areas should be smooth and free from cuts or gaps. Care should be taken not to apply an excess amount of
sealant and not to allow other unaffected parts to come into contact with the sealant.
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BODY REPAIR
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Body Construction
EIS001S9
BODY CONSTRUCTION
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Body Alignment
EIS001SA
BODY CENTER MARKS
A
A mark has been placed on each part of the body to indicate the vehicle center. When repairing parts damaged by an accident which might affect the vehicle frame (members, pillars, etc.), more accurate and effective
repair will be possible by using these marks together with body alignment specifications.
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PANEL PARTS MATCHING MARKS
A mark has been placed on each body panel to indicate the parts matching positions. When repairing parts
damaged by an accident which might affect the vehicle structure (members, pillars, etc.), more accurate and
effective repair will be possible by using these marks together with body alignment specifications.
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DESCRIPTION
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All dimensions indicated in the figures are actual.
When using a tracking gauge, adjust both pointers to equal length. Then check the pointers and gauge
itself to make sure there is no free play.
When a measuring tape is used, check to be sure there is no elongation, twisting or bending.
Measurements should be taken at the center of the mounting holes.
An asterisk (*) following the value at the measuring point indicates that the measuring point on the other
side is symmetrically the same value.
The coordinates of the measurement points are the distances measured from the standard line of "X", "Y"
and "Z".
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Handling Precautions for Plastics
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HANDLING PRECAUTIONS FOR PLASTICS
Abbreviation
PE
Material name
Polyethylene
Heat resisting
temperature
°C (°F)
Resistance to gasoline and
solvents
60 (140)
Gasoline and most solvents are
harmless if applied for a very
short time (wipe up quickly).
Flammable
Other cautions
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PVC
Polyvinyl Chloride
80 (176)
Same as above.
Poison gas is emitted
when burned.
EPM/
EPDM
Ethylene Propylene (Diene) rubber
80 (176)
Same as above.
Flammable
TPO/
TPR
Thermoplastic Olefine/
Thermoplastic Rubber
80 (176)
Same as above.
Flammable
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PP
Polypropylene
90 (194)
Same as above.
Flammable, avoid battery acid.
UP
Polyester thermoset
90 (194)
Same as above.
Flammable
PS
Polystyrene
80 (176)
Avoid solvents.
Flammable
ABS
Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene
resin
80 (176)
Avoid gasoline and solvents.
AES
Acrylonitrile Ethylene Styrene
80 (176)
Same as above.
PMMA
Polymethyl Methacrylate
85 (185)
Same as above.
AAS
Acrylonitrile Acrylic Styrene
85 (185)
Same as above.
AS
Acrylonitrile Styrene
85 (185)
Same as above.
EVA
Polyvinyl Ethyl Acetate
90 (194)
Same as above.
ASA
Acrylonitrile Styrene Acrylate
100 (222)
Same as above.
PPO/
PPE
Polyphenylene Oxide/
Polyphenylene Ether
110 (230)
Same as above.
PC
Polycarbonate
120 (248)
Same as above.
PAR
Polyacrylate
180 (356)
Same as above.
LLDPE
Lenear Low Density PE
45 (100)
Gasoline and most solvents are
harmless.
PUR
Polyurethane
90 (194)
Same as above.
TPU
Thermoplastic Urethane
110 (230)
Same as above.
PPC
Polypropylene Composite
115 (239)
Same as above.
Flammable
POM
Polyacetal
120 (248)
Same as above.
Avoid battery acid.
PBT+P
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Polybutylene Terephthalate+Polycarbonate
120 (248)
Same as above.
Flammable
PA
Polyamide (Nylon)
140 (284)
Same as above.
Avoid immersing in water.
PBT
Polybutylene Terephthalate
140 (284)
Same as above.
FRP
Fiber Reinforced Plastics
170 (338)
Same as above.
PET
Polyethylene Terephthalate
180 (356)
Same as above.
PEI
Polyetherimide
200 (392)
Same as above.
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When repairing and painting a portion of the body adjacent to plastic parts, consider their characteristics
(influence of heat and solvent) and remove them if necessary or take suitable measures to protect them.
2.
Plastic parts should be repaired and painted using methods suiting the materials, characteristics.
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Precautions in Repairing High Strength Steel
EIS001SC
High strength steel is used for body panels in order to reduce vehicle weight.
Accordingly, precautions in repairing automotive bodies made of high strength steel are described below:
HIGH STRENGTH STEEL (HSS) USED IN NISSAN VEHICLES
Tensile strength
373 N/mm2
(38kg/mm2 ,54klb/sq in)
Nissan/Infiniti designation
SP130
Major applicable parts
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Front side member assembly
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Upper hoodledge
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Upper pillar hinge brace assembly
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Rear side member extension
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Other reinforcements
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Front bumper reinforcement
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Rear bumper reinforcement
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785-981 N/mm
(80-100kg/mm2
114-142klb/sq in)
SP150
SP130 is the most commonly used HSS.
SP150 HSS is used only on parts that require much more strength.
Read the following precautions when repairing HSS:
1. Additional points to consider
● The repair of reinforcements (such as side members) by heating is not recommended since it may weaken the component.
When heating is unavoidable, do not heat HSS parts above
550°C (1,022°F).
Verify heating temperature with a thermometer.
(Crayon-type and other similar type thermometer are appropriate.)
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When straightening body panels, use caution in pulling any
HSS panel. Because HSS is very strong, pulling may cause
deformation in adjacent portions of the body. In this case,
increase the number of measuring points, and carefully pull
the HSS panel.
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When cutting HSS panels, avoid gas (torch) cutting if possible. Instead, use a saw to avoid weakening surrounding areas
due to heat. If gas (torch) cutting is unavoidable, allow a minimum margin of 50 mm (1.97in).
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When welding HSS panels, use spot welding whenever possible in order to minimize weakening surrounding areas due to
heat.
If spot welding is impossible, use M.I.G. welding. Do not use
gas (torch) welding because it is inferior in welding strength.
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The spot weld on HSS panels is harder than that of an ordinary steel panel.
Therefore, when cutting spot welds on a HSS panel, use a
low speed high torque drill (1,000 to 1,200 rpm) to increase
drill bit durability and facilitate the operation.
SP150 HSS panels with a tensile strength of 785 to 981 N/
mm2 (80 to 100 kg/mm2 , 114 to 142 klb/sq in), used as reinforcement in the door guard beams, is too strong to repair.
When these HSS parts are damaged, the outer panels also
sustain substantial damage; therefore, the assembly parts
must be replaced.
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Precautions in spot welding HSS
This work should be performed under standard working conditions. Always note the following when spot welding HSS:
● The electrode tip diameter must be sized properly according
to the metal thickness.
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Follow the specifications for the proper welding pitch.
Unit:mm
Thickness (t)
Minimum pitch ( )
0.6 (0.024)
0.8 (0.031)
1.0 (0.039)
1.2 (0.047)
1.6 (0.063)
1.8 (0.071)
10 (0.39) or over
12 (0.47) or over
18 (0.71) or over
20 (0.79) or over
27 (1.06) or over
31 (1.22) or over
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DESCRIPTION
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This section is prepared for technicians who have attained a high level of skill and experience in repairing collision-damaged vehicles and also use modern service tools and equipment. Persons unfamiliar with body
repair techniques should not attempt to repair collision-damaged vehicles by using this section.
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Technicians are also encouraged to read Body Repair Manual (Fundamentals) in order to ensure that the original functions and quality of the vehicle can be maintained. The Body Repair Manual (Fundamentals) contains
additional information, including cautions and warnings, that are not including in this manual. Technicians
should refer to both manuals to ensure proper repairs.
Please note that this information is prepared for worldwide usage, and as such, certain procedures may not
apply in some regions or countries.
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The symbols used in this section for cutting and welding / brazing operations are shown below.
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Front pillar butt joint can be determined anywhere within shaded
area as shown in the figure. The best location for the butt joint is
at position A due to the construction of the vehicle. Refer to the
front pillar section.
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Determine cutting position and record distance from the locating
indent. Use this distance when cutting the service part. Cut outer
front pillar over 60 mm above inner front pillar cut position.
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Prepare a cutting jig to make outer pillar easier to cut. Also, this
will permit service part to be accurately cut at joint position.
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2.
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5.
An example of cutting operation using a cutting jig is as follows.
Mark cutting lines.
A: Cut position of outer pillar
B: Cut position of inner pillar
Align cutting line with notch on jig. Clamp jig to pillar.
Cut outer pillar along groove of jig. (At position A)
Remove jig and cut remaining portions.
Cut inner pillar at position B in same manner.
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Work after radiator core support has been removed.
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