Honda CIVIC 10G 2016 Dtc Advanced Diagnostics Page 1

DTC Advanced Diagnostics: EPS related DTCs
EPS Related DTCs
NOTE
Initial Diagnosis:
The initial on-board diagnosis occurs right after the vehicle condition is turned to the ON mode, and the EPS indicator comes on,
and continues until the indicator goes off.
Regular Diagnosis:
The regular on-board diagnosis begins right after the EPS indicator goes off, and it continues until the vehicle condition is turned
to the OFF (LOCK) mode.
Review "How to troubleshoot the EPS" before doing the DTC troubleshooting procedure.
Test-drive the vehicle according to local traffic conditions and regulations. Do not test-drive on a lift unless specified.
The possible causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes.
DTC C0037-F0: Left Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Malfunction
Confirmation
Procedure
Basic Condition:
12 volt battery voltage 10 - 16 V
IG voltage continued more than 10 V for at least 1 second
Operating Condition:
1.
Turn the vehicle to the ON mode.
2.
Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode.
3.
Turn the vehicle to the ON mode and wait more than 29 seconds.
Execution Regular Diagnosis
Duration Within 60 seconds
DTC Type
1 drive cycle
EPS indicator on
Fail Safe Action
Continue EPS function/assist
Possible Cause
VSA modulator-control internal failure
DTC C003A-F0: Right Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Malfunction
Confirmation
Procedure
Basic Condition:
12 volt battery voltage 10 - 16 V
IG voltage continued more than 10 V for at least 1 second
Operating Condition:
1.
Turn the vehicle to the ON mode.
2.
Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode.
3.
Turn the vehicle to the ON mode and wait more than 29 seconds.
Execution Regular Diagnosis
Duration Within 60 seconds
DTC Type
1 drive cycle
EPS indicator on
Fail Safe Action
Continue EPS function/assist
Possible Cause
VSA modulator-control internal failure
DTC C0062-96: Longitudinal Acceleration Sensor Malfunction
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Contents Summary of Dtc Advanced Diagnostics

  • Page 1DTC Advanced Diagnostics: EPS related DTCs EPS Related DTCs NOTE Initial Diagnosis: The initial on-board diagnosis occurs right after the vehicle condition is turned to the ON mode, and the EPS indicator comes on, and continues until the indicator goes off. Regular Diagnosis: The regular on-board di
  • Page 2Basic Condition: 12 volt battery voltage 10 - 16 V IG voltage continued more than 10 V for at least 1 second Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition: 1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. 2. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. 3. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode and wait more than 29 seconds. E
  • Page 3Possible Cause EPS motor/control unit internal failure DTC C1400-13: EPS Motor Circuit Open Basic Condition: 12 volt battery voltage 10 - 16 V IG voltage continued more than 10 V Confirmation While an engine is running Procedure Operating Condition: 1. Start the engine. 2. Turn the steering wheel to
  • Page 41 drive cycle DTC Type EPS indicator on Stop EPS function/assist Fail Safe Action (Continue system diagnosis: EPS function/assist will return to normal when the voltage returns to normal after the next IG-ON) Possible Cause EPS motor/control unit internal failure DTC C1403-29: Motor Angle Sensor (SI
  • Page 5Basic Condition: Torque sensor power supply voltage 4.5 - 5.5 V Confirmation Operating Condition: Procedure 1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. 2. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. 3. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. Execution Regular Diagnosis Duration Within 10 seconds 1 drive cycle DTC Typ
  • Page 6Basic Condition: 12 volt battery voltage 10 - 16 V IG voltage continued more than 10 V for at least 1 second Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition: 1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. 2. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. 3. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. Execution Regular Diagnosis Dur
  • Page 71 drive cycle DTC Type EPS indicator off Fail Safe Action Stop or continue EPS function/assist (Limited assist) F-CAN lines failure Possible Cause CAN gateway internal failure*1 EPS motor/control unit internal failure *1: With CAN gateway DTC U0100-00: F-CAN Malfunction (EPS Control Unit-PCM/TCM) Ba
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  • Page 9DTC U0151-00: F-CAN Malfunction (EPS Control Unit-SRS Unit) Basic Condition: 12 volt battery voltage 10 - 16 V IG voltage continued more than 10 V for at least 1 second Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition: 1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. 2. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. 3. Turn
  • Page 10F-CAN lines failure Multipurpose camera unit internal failure*1 Possible Cause Millimeter wave radar internal failure*2 CAN gateway internal failure EPS motor/control unit internal failure *1: 2/4-door *2: 5-door DTC U1483-68: LKAS Malfunction (Indicator value check) (With LKAS) Basic Condition: 12
  • Page 112. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. 3. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. 4. Turn the steering wheel to left and right several times. cardiagn.com
  • Page 12Execution Initial Diagnosis/Regular Diagnosis Duration Within 10 seconds 1 drive cycle DTC Type EPS indicator on Fail Safe Action Stop EPS function/assist Possible Cause EPS motor/control unit internal failure DTC U3000-51: ECU Software Update Failure Basic Condition: 12 volt battery voltage 10 - 16
  • Page 13DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0010 DTC P0010:Variable Valve Timing Control (VTC) Oil Control Solenoid Valve A Malfunction General Description The variable valve timing control (VTC) system consists of the VTC actuator A, the VTC oil control solenoid valve A, various sensors, and the powertrain control
  • Page 14[ ]: HDS Parameter With the HDS Select the VTC TEST in the INSPECTION MENU with the HDS, then select the IN-VTC. Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected, the MIL comes on and a Pending DTC, a Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data are stored in the PCM memory. Con
  • Page 15DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0010 DTC P0010:Variable Valve Timing Control (VTC) Oil Control Solenoid Valve A Malfunction General Description The variable valve timing control (VTC) system consists of the VTC actuator A, the VTC oil control solenoid valve A, various sensors, and the powertrain control
  • Page 16With the HDS Select the VTC TEST in the INSPECTION MENU with the HDS, then select the IN-VTC. Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected, the MIL comes on and a Pending DTC, a Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data are stored in the PCM memory. Conditions for clearin
  • Page 17DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0010 DTC P0010:Variable Valve Timing Control (VTC) Oil Control Solenoid Valve A Malfunction General Description The variable valve timing control (VTC) oil control solenoid valve A circuit is monitored for electrical faults. The diagnosis is performed by a dedicated integr
  • Page 181. Start the engine. Hold the engine speed [Engine Speed] at 3,000 rpm without load (in neutral) until the radiator fan comes on. 2. Let it idle for at least 1 second. With the HDS Select the VTC TEST in the INSPECTION MENU with the HDS, then select the IN-VTC. Diagnosis Details Conditions for setti
  • Page 19DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0011 DTC P0011:Variable Valve Timing Control (VTC) A System Malfunction General Description cardiagn.com The variable valve timing control (VTC) system controls the phase of the intake camshaft and exhaust camshaft. It uses oil pressure to operate the VTC actuator A/B so t
  • Page 20Case 2: Condition Minimum Maximum Engine coolant 23 °F 23 °F (-5 °C) temperature (-5 °C)* – [ECT -13 °F SENSOR 1] 113 °F (45 °C) (-25 °C)* 194 °F Engine speed 900 rpm (90 °C)** [ENGINE – SPEED] 229 °F 1,300 rpm (109 °C)** Elapsed CMP 25 °F 0 time sensor A count (-4 °C)* – after starting -13 °F the e
  • Page 21DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0011 DTC P0011:Variable Valve Timing Control (VTC) A System Malfunction General Description cardiagn.com The variable valve timing control (VTC) system controls the phase of the intake camshaft and exhaust camshaft. It uses oil pressure to operate the VTC actuator A/B so t
  • Page 22Case 2: Condition Minimum Maximum Engine coolant 23 °F 23 °F (-5 °C) temperature (-5 °C)* – [ECT -13 °F SENSOR 1] 113 °F (45 °C) (-25 °C)* 203 °F Engine speed 800 rpm (95 °C)** [ENGINE – SPEED] 225 °F 1,600 rpm (107 °C)** Elapsed CMP 25 °F 0 time sensor A count (-4 °C)* – after starting -13 °F the e
  • Page 23DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0011 DTC P0011:Variable Valve Timing Control (VTC) A System Malfunction General Description The powertrain control module (PCM) monitors variable valve timing control (VTC) actuator A for a sufficiently fast and precise angle positioning according to the set point angle sp
  • Page 24memory. cardiagn.com
  • Page 25Conditions for clearing the DTC The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive trips in which the diagnostic runs. The MIL, the Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the scan tool Clear command. cardiagn.com
  • Page 26DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0013 DTC P0013:Variable Valve Timing Control (VTC) Oil Control Solenoid Valve B Malfunction General Description The variable valve timing control (VTC) system consists of the VTC actuator B, the VTC oil control solenoid valve B, various sensors, and the powertrain control
  • Page 27[ ]: HDS Parameter With the HDS Select the VTC TEST in the INSPECTION MENU with the HDS, then select the EX-VTC. Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected, the MIL comes on and a Pending DTC, a Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data are stored in the PCM memory. Con
  • Page 28DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0013 DTC P0013:Variable Valve Timing Control (VTC) Oil Control Solenoid Valve B Malfunction General Description The variable valve timing control (VTC) system consists of the VTC actuator B, the VTC oil control solenoid valve B, various sensors, and the powertrain control
  • Page 29With the HDS Select the VTC TEST in the INSPECTION MENU with the HDS, then select the EX-VTC. Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected, the MIL comes on and a Pending DTC, a Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data are stored in the PCM memory. Conditions for clearin
  • Page 30DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0013 DTC P0013:Variable Valve Timing Control (VTC) Oil Control Solenoid Valve B Malfunction General Description The variable valve timing control (VTC) oil control solenoid valve B circuit is monitored for electrical faults. The diagnosis is performed by a dedicated integr
  • Page 311. Start the engine. Hold the engine speed [Engine Speed] at 3,000 rpm without load (in neutral) until the radiator fan comes on. 2. Let it idle for at least 1 second. With the HDS Select the VTC TEST in the INSPECTION MENU with the HDS, then select the EX-VTC. Diagnosis Details Conditions for setti
  • Page 32DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0014 DTC P0014:Variable Valve Timing Control (VTC) B System Malfunction General Description cardiagn.com The variable valve timing control (VTC) system controls the phase of the intake camshaft and exhaust camshaft. It uses oil pressure to operate the VTC actuator A/B so t
  • Page 33Case 2: Condition Minimum Maximum Engine coolant 23 °F 23 °F (-5 °C) temperature (-5 °C)* – [ECT -13 °F SENSOR 1] 113 °F (45 °C) (-25 °C)* 194 °F Engine speed 900 rpm (90 °C)** [ENGINE – SPEED] 229 °F 1,300 rpm (109 °C)** Elapsed CMP 25 °F sensor B 0 time (-4 °C)* count after – starting the -13 °F 2
  • Page 34DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0014 DTC P0014:Variable Valve Timing Control (VTC) B System Malfunction General Description cardiagn.com The variable valve timing control (VTC) system controls the phase of the intake camshaft and exhaust camshaft. It uses oil pressure to operate the VTC actuator A/B so t
  • Page 35Case 2: Condition Minimum Maximum Engine coolant 23 °F 23 °F (-5 °C) temperature (-5 °C)* – [ECT -13 °F SENSOR 1] 113 °F (45 °C) (-25 °C)* 203 °F Engine speed 800 rpm (95 °C)** [ENGINE – SPEED] 225 °F 1,600 rpm (107 °C)** Elapsed CMP 25 °F sensor B 0 time (-4 °C)* count after – starting the -13 °F 2
  • Page 36DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0014 DTC P0014:Variable Valve Timing Control (VTC) B System Malfunction General Description The powertrain control module (PCM) monitors variable valve timing control (VTC) actuator B for a sufficiently fast and precise angle positioning according to the set point angle sp
  • Page 37memory. cardiagn.com
  • Page 38Conditions for clearing the DTC The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive trips in which the diagnostic runs. The MIL, the Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the scan tool Clear command. cardiagn.com
  • Page 39DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0016 DTC P0016:Camshaft Position (CMP) Sensor A and Crankshaft Position (CKP) Sensor Correlation General Description The camshaft position sensoring operates based on pulse detection and counting. The fundamental components are a pulse plate cardiagn.com mounted on the end
  • Page 40None. Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected, the MIL comes on and a Pending DTC, a Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data are stored in the PCM memory. Conditions for clearing the DTC The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive tri
  • Page 41DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0017 DTC P0017:Camshaft Position (CMP) Sensor B and Crankshaft Position (CKP) Sensor Correlation General Description The camshaft position sensoring operates based on pulse detection and counting. The fundamental components are a pulse plate cardiagn.com mounted on the end
  • Page 42With the HDS cardiagn.com
  • Page 43None. Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected, the MIL comes on and a Pending DTC, a Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data are stored in the PCM memory. Conditions for clearing the DTC The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive tri
  • Page 44DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0034 DTC P0034:Turbocharger Bypass Control Solenoid Valve Circuit Low Voltage General Description The turbocharger bypass control solenoid valve is activated by the powertrain control module (PCM) to control the turbocharger cardiagn.com bypass control solenoid valve timin
  • Page 45Diagnosis Details cardiagn.com
  • Page 46Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle, a Pending DTC is stored in the PCM memory. If the malfunction returns in the next (second) drive cycle, the MIL comes on and a Confirmed DTC and the freeze data are stored. Conditions for clearing the DTC The
  • Page 47DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0034 DTC P0034:Turbocharger Bypass Control Solenoid Valve Circuit Low Voltage General Description cardiagn.com The monitoring of the turbocharger bypass control solenoid valve is done by the powertrain control module (PCM). If there is a short to ground in turbocharger byp
  • Page 48Diagnosis Details cardiagn.com
  • Page 49Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle, a Pending DTC is stored in the PCM memory. If the malfunction returns in the next (second) drive cycle, the MIL comes on and a Confirmed DTC and the freeze data are stored. Conditions for clearing the DTC The
  • Page 50DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0035 DTC P0035:Turbocharger Bypass Control Solenoid Valve Circuit High Voltage General Description The turbocharger bypass control solenoid valve is activated by the powertrain control module (PCM) to control the turbocharger cardiagn.com bypass control solenoid valve timi
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  • Page 52Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle, a Pending DTC is stored in the PCM memory. If the malfunction returns in the next (second) drive cycle, the MIL comes on and a Confirmed DTC and the freeze data are stored. Conditions for cl
  • Page 53DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0035 DTC P0035:Turbocharger Bypass Control Solenoid Valve Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com The monitoring of the turbocharger bypass control solenoid valve is done by the powertrain control module (PCM). If the turbocharger bypass control solenoid valv
  • Page 541. Start the engine. Hold the engine speed [Engine Speed] at 3,000 rpm without load (in neutral) until the radiator fan comes on. 2. Let it idle for at least 1 second. Drive the vehicle in this manner only if the traffic regulations and ambient conditions allow. With the HDS Do the ABV TEST in the I
  • Page 55DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P003A DTC P003A:Turbocharger Wastegate Control Actuator Position Exceeded Learning Limit General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) adjusts the boost pressure by controlling the turbocharger wastegate control actuator of the turbocharger. Boost pre
  • Page 56Either of the conditions is met for at least 2 seconds: cardiagn.com
  • Page 57The turbocharger wastegate control actuator position sensor value is -3.45 mm (-0.14 in) or less, or 2.03 mm (0.08 in) or more when the turbocharger wastegate control valve is in fully closed condition. The difference between the target position and the actual position is 0.1 mm (0.004 in) or more w
  • Page 58DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P003A DTC P003A:Turbocharger Wastegate Control Actuator Position Exceeded Learning Limit General Description cardiagn.com The turbocharger wastegate rod connection has a variation of hardware and software tolerances for each engine. Due to the significant temperature change
  • Page 59Condition Minimum Maximum 12 volt battery voltage [Battery] 10 V – Vehicle ON mode Other Not to start the engine [ ]: HDS Parameter Malfunction Threshold Either of the conditions occurs: The turbocharger wastegate control actuator position sensor voltage at closed position at first PCM initializatio
  • Page 60DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0045 DTC P0045:Turbocharger Wastegate Control Actuator Circuit Malfunction General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) adjusts the boost pressure by controlling the turbocharger wastegate control actuator of the turbocharger. Boost pressure becomes
  • Page 61The turbocharger wastegate control actuator current is 9 A or more. The turbocharger wastegate control actuator current is 0.7 A or less when the turbocharger wastegate control actuator is in control. Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it
  • Page 62DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0045 DTC P0045:Turbocharger Wastegate Control Actuator Circuit Malfunction General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) monitors the turbocharger wastegate control actuator circuit for electrical malfunctions. The described circuit check will detect
  • Page 63Short circuit to ground The turbocharger wastegate control actuator output voltage is less than 2.8 V to 3.2 V for at least 0.5 second. Open The turbocharger wastegate control actuator output voltage is greater than 2.8 V to 3.2 V and less than 4.8 V to 5.3 V for at least 0.5 second. Over temperatur
  • Page 64DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0046 DTC P0046:Turbocharger Wastegate Control Actuator Circuit Range/Performance Problem General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) adjusts the boost pressure by controlling the turbocharger wastegate control actuator of the turbocharger. Boost pr
  • Page 65The difference of the turbocharger wastegate control valve between the target position and the actual position is 0.8 mm (0.03 in) or more for at least 2 seconds. Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other ca
  • Page 66DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0046 DTC P0046:Turbocharger Wastegate Control Actuator Circuit Range/Performance Problem General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) monitors the turbocharger wastegate control actuator, and checks the rationality of control deviation and control d
  • Page 67Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. cardiagn.com
  • Page 68PCM internal circuit failure Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition None. With the HDS 1. Start the engine. Hold the engine speed [Engine Speed] at 3,000 rpm without load (in neutral) until the radiator fan comes on. 2. Select the Electric Waste Gate in the INSPECTION MENU with the HDS. Diagnosi
  • Page 69DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0068 DTC P0068:Throttle Position Correlation General Description The powertrain control module (PCM) monitors the input variables for charge detection. The function based on an evaluation of the difference between the measured mass air flow by mass airflow (MAF) sensor and
  • Page 70DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0069 DTC P0069:Barometric Pressure (BARO) Sensor Circuit Range/Performance Problem General Description cardiagn.com The barometric pressure (BARO) sensor is built into the powertrain control module (PCM) and monitors atmospheric pressure. When the throttle valve is wide op
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  • Page 72Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum Elapsed time after VTEC 3.0 seconds – switched Throttle 1,000 rpm 12.0 ° – position 4,000 rpm 30.7 ° – Malfunction Threshold The difference between the BARO sensor output and the MAP sensor output is 28 kPa (204 mmHg, 8.1 inHg) or more for at least 2.5 sec
  • Page 73DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0069 DTC P0069:Barometric Pressure (BARO) Sensor Circuit Range/Performance Problem General Description cardiagn.com The barometric pressure (BARO) sensor, the manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor, and the turbocharger boost sensor are equipped to the vehicle to detect a
  • Page 74At range "A": BARO sensor or turbocharger boost sensor is abnormal if the difference of the two pressure sensor values are specified or more (P00CF) At range "B": Turbocharger boost sensor or MAP sensor is abnormal if the difference of the two pressure sensor values are specified or more (P023D) Ran
  • Page 751. Start the engine. Hold the engine speed [ENGINE SPEED] at 3,000 rpm without load (CVT in P or N, M/T in neutral) until the radiator fan comes on. cardiagn.com 2. Let the engine idle for at least 5 seconds. 3. Drive the vehicle at engine speed [ENGINE SPEED] 1,700 rpm or more with throttle positio
  • Page 76DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0069 DTC P0069:Barometric Pressure (BARO) Sensor Circuit Range/Performance Problem General Description cardiagn.com The barometric pressure (BARO) sensor, the manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor, and the turbocharger boost sensor are equipped to the vehicle to detect a
  • Page 77At range "A": BARO sensor or turbocharger boost sensor is abnormal if the difference of the two pressure sensor values are specified or more (P00CF) At range "B": Turbocharger boost sensor or MAP sensor is abnormal if the difference of the two pressure sensor values are specified or more (P023D) Ran
  • Page 781. Start the engine. Hold the engine speed [ENGINE SPEED] at 3,000 rpm without load (in neutral) until the radiator fan comes on. 2. Let the engine idle for at least 5 seconds. cardiagn.com 3. Drive the vehicle at engine speed [ENGINE SPEED] 1,700 rpm or more with throttle position 34.9 ° or more fo
  • Page 79DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P006A DTC P006A:Mass Airflow (MAF) Sensor Circuit Range/Performance Problem General Description cardiagn.com The mass airflow (MAF) sensor directly measures the amount of intake airflow into the engine, and the powertrain control module (PCM) controls the fuel injection bas
  • Page 80If their difference is too large (in the malfunction area), the PCM detects a malfunction and stores a DTC. cardiagn.com
  • Page 81Monitor Execution, Sequence, Duration, DTC Type Execution Once per driving cycle Sequence None Duration 5.0 seconds or more DTC Type Two drive cycles, MIL on Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum Elapsed time after starting the 3.0 seconds – engine Engine coolant temperature 156 °F (69 °C) – [
  • Page 821. Start the engine. Hold the engine speed [ENGINE SPEED] at 3,000 rpm without load (CVT in P or N, M/T in neutral) until the radiator fan comes on. cardiagn.com 2. Let the engine idle for at least 5 seconds. 3. Drive the vehicle at a steady speed of 40 mph (64 km/h) or more for at least 5 seconds.
  • Page 83DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P006A DTC P006A:Mass Airflow (MAF) Sensor Circuit Range/Performance Problem General Description cardiagn.com
  • Page 84The mass airflow (MAF) sensor directly measures the amount of intake airflow into the engine, and the powertrain control module (PCM) controls the fuel injection based on the measured value. The manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor measures the intake manifold pressure, and the PCM calculates the
  • Page 851. Start the engine. Hold the engine speed [ENGINE SPEED] at 3,000 rpm without load (CVT in P or N, M/T in neutral) until the radiator fan comes on. cardiagn.com 2. Let the engine idle for at least 5 seconds. 3. Drive the vehicle at a steady speed of 40 mph (64 km/h) or more for at least 5 seconds.
  • Page 86DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P006E DTC P006E:Turbocharger Power Supply Circuit Malfunction General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) adjusts the boost pressure by controlling the turbocharger wastegate control actuator of the turbocharger. Boost pressure becomes higher by ful
  • Page 87PCM internal circuit failure (boost control supply voltage circuit) PGM-FI subrelay circuit failure PGM-FI subrelay circuit VB ACT*1 (+B VBACT)*2/*3 line open PGM-FI subrelay circuit FI SUB RLY OUT line open PGM-FI subrelay circuit FI SUB RLY CL- line open *1: L15B7 *2: L15BA *3: L15BY Diagnosis Det
  • Page 88DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0087 DTC P0087:Fuel Rail Pressure Too Low General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) controls fuel pressure delivered by the high pressure fuel pump. If the actual fuel pressure deviates from the target fuel pressure for a set time, the PCM detect
  • Page 89Fuel pump low flow Fuel line clogged Fuel filter clogged Fuel injector stuck open High pressure fuel pump failure Fuel rail pressure sensor range/performance problem Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition 1. Start the engine. 2. Drive the vehicle repeated acceleration and deceleration. When free
  • Page 90DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0087 DTC P0087:Fuel Rail Pressure Too Low General Description The high pressure fuel system consists of a fuel rail, a fuel rail pressure sensor, a high pressure fuel pump with a built-in fuel control solenoid. In dependence of torque demand and engine speed, high pressure
  • Page 91Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected, the MIL comes on and a Pending DTC, a Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data are stored in the PCM memory. Conditions for clearing the DTC The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive trips in which the diagnost
  • Page 92DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0088 DTC P0088:Fuel Rail Pressure Too High General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) controls fuel pressure delivered by the high pressure fuel pump. If the actual fuel pressure deviates from the target fuel pressure for a set time, the PCM detec
  • Page 93NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes High pressure fuel pump failure Fuel rail pressure sensor range/performance problem Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition 1. Start the engine. 2. Drive the vehicle repe
  • Page 94DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0088 DTC P0088:Fuel Rail Pressure Too High General Description The high pressure fuel system consists of a fuel rail, a fuel rail pressure sensor, a high pressure fuel pump with a built-in fuel control solenoid. In dependence of torque demand and engine speed, high pressur
  • Page 95Conditions for clearing the DTC The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive trips in which the diagnostic runs. The MIL, the Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the scan tool Clear command. cardiagn.com
  • Page 96DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0089 DTC P0089:Fuel Pressure Regulator Performance General Description The high pressure fuel system consists of a fuel rail, a fuel rail pressure sensor, a high pressure fuel pump with a built-in fuel control solenoid. In dependence of torque demand and engine speed, high
  • Page 97High pressure fuel pump failure (pressure relief valve defection) Fuel pump low flow High pressure fuel pipe leakage Fuel injector contamination Fuel rail pressure sensor drifting Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle, a Pending
  • Page 98DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0095 DTC P0095:Intake Air Temperature (IAT) Sensor 2 Out of Range General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) monitors intake air temperature (IAT) sensor 2 for rationality malfunctions. IAT sensor 2 is a thermistor that detects intake air temperat
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  • Page 100Enable Conditions Condition Vehicle ON mode Other IAT sensor 2 value is valid Malfunction Threshold The IAT sensor 2 output temperature [IAT Sensor (2)] is higher than 264.31 °F (129.06 °C) for at least 5 seconds. [ ]: HDS Parameter Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of
  • Page 101DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0096 DTC P0096:Intake Air Temperature (IAT) Sensor 2 Circuit Range/Performance Problem General Description Intake air temperature (IAT) sensor 2 is a thermistor that detects intake air temperature, and it is used for air/fuel ratio feedback control cardiagn.com to compensa
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  • Page 103NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. IAT sensor 2 failure (range/performance problem) PCM internal circuit failure Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected during the fir
  • Page 104DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0096 DTC P0096:Intake Air Temperature (IAT) Sensor 2 Circuit Range/Performance General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) monitors intake air temperature (IAT) sensor 2 for rationality malfunctions. IAT sensor 2 is a thermistor that detects intake
  • Page 105DTC Type Two drive cycles, MIL on Enable Conditions High side check Condition Minimum Maximum Vehicle speed [Vehicle Speed] 0 mph (0 km/h) – Intake air amount 0 kg/h (0 lbs/h) 1,020 kg/h (2,248 lbs/h) State of the engine Running Stuck check: To ensure a change of the intake air temperature, the engi
  • Page 106DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the scan tool Clear command. cardiagn.com
  • Page 107DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0097, P0098 DTC P0097:Intake Air Temperature (IAT) Sensor 2 Circuit Low Voltage DTC P0098:Intake Air Temperature (IAT) Sensor 2 Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com Intake air temperature (IAT) sensor 2 is a thermistor that detects intake air temperature,
  • Page 108DTC: P0098 cardiagn.com
  • Page 109The IAT sensor 2 output voltage [IAT Sensor (2)] is 4.92 V or more for at least 2.0 seconds. [ ]: HDS Parameter Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. DTC: P0097 IAT sensor 2 ITA2(INTA) line short
  • Page 110DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0097, P0098 DTC P0097:Intake Air Temperature (IAT) Sensor 2 Circuit Low Voltage DTC P0098:Intake Air Temperature (IAT) Sensor 2 Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) monitors intake air temperature (IAT) sensor 2 for elec
  • Page 111DTC Type Two drive cycles, MIL on Enable Conditions Condition Vehicle ON mode Malfunction Threshold DTC: P0097 The IAT sensor 2 output voltage [IAT Sensor (2)] is less than 0.0892 V for at least 0.5 second. DTC: P0098 The IAT sensor 2 output voltage [IAT Sensor (2)] is greater than 4.9024 V for at l
  • Page 112DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0099 DTC P0099:Intake Air Temperature (IAT) Sensor 2 Intermittent Interruption General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) monitors intake air temperature (IAT) sensor 2 for electronic malfunctions. IAT sensor 2 is a thermistor that detects intake
  • Page 113Duration 1 second or more cardiagn.com
  • Page 114DTC Type Two drive cycles, MIL on Enable Conditions Condition Vehicle ON mode Malfunction Threshold The difference between the IAT sensor 2 voltage and the filtered voltage is more than 0.4 V for at least 1 second. Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential pro
  • Page 115DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P00CF DTC P00CF:Turbocharger Boost Sensor/Barometric Pressure (BARO) Sensor Incorrect Correlation General Description cardiagn.com The barometric pressure (BARO) sensor, the manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor, and the turbocharger boost sensor are equipped to the vehic
  • Page 116At range "A": BARO sensor or turbocharger boost sensor is abnormal if the difference of the two pressure sensor values are specified or more (P00CF) At range "B": Turbocharger boost sensor or MAP sensor is abnormal if the difference of the two pressure sensor values are specified or more (P023D) Ran
  • Page 117cardiagn.co
  • Page 1181. Start the engine. Hold the engine speed [ENGINE SPEED] at 3,000 rpm without load (CVT in P or N, M/T in neutral) until the radiator fan comes on. 2. Let the engine idle for at least 5 seconds. 3. Drive the vehicle at engine speed [ENGINE SPEED] 1,700 rpm or more with throttle position 42.2 ° or m
  • Page 119DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P00CF DTC P00CF:Turbocharger Boost Sensor/Barometric Pressure (BARO) Sensor Incorrect Correlation General Description The powertrain control module (PCM) monitors the pressure signal of the turbocharger boost sensor. This is done by a physical range check against the values
  • Page 120DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P00CF DTC P00CF:Turbocharger Boost Sensor/Barometric Pressure (BARO) Sensor Incorrect Correlation General Description cardiagn.com The barometric pressure (BARO) sensor, the manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor, and the turbocharger boost sensor are equipped to the vehic
  • Page 121At range "A": BARO sensor or turbocharger boost sensor is abnormal if the difference of the two pressure sensor values are specified or more (P00CF) At range "B": Turbocharger boost sensor or MAP sensor is abnormal if the difference of the two pressure sensor values are specified or more (P023D) Ran
  • Page 122cardiagn.co
  • Page 1231. Start the engine. Hold the engine speed [ENGINE SPEED] at 3,000 rpm without load (in neutral) until the radiator fan comes on. 2. Let the engine idle for at least 5 seconds. 3. Drive the vehicle at engine speed [ENGINE SPEED] 1,700 rpm or more with throttle position 34.9 ° or more for at least 6
  • Page 124DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0100 DTC P0100:Mass Airflow (MAF) Sensor Circuit Malfunction General Description cardiagn.com The mass airflow (MAF) sensor is attached to the intake air passage, and it measures the amount of intake airflow. The MAF sensor is a chip type airflow meter. The airflow cools t
  • Page 125MAF sensor VGP line short to ground MAF sensor VGP line open MAF sensor VGP line short to power MAF sensor VCC line open MAF sensor VCC line short to ground MAF sensor SG line open MAF sensor failure PCM internal circuit failure Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is
  • Page 126DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0100 DTC P0100:Mass Airflow (MAF) Sensor Circuit Malfunction General Description cardiagn.com The mass airflow (MAF) sensor is attached to the intake air passage, and it measures the amount of intake airflow. The MAF sensor is a chip type airflow meter. The airflow cools t
  • Page 127MAF sensor FGP line short to ground MAF sensor FGP line open MAF sensor FGP line short to power MAF sensor VCC line open MAF sensor VCC line short to ground MAF sensor SG line open MAF sensor failure PCM internal circuit failure Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is
  • Page 128DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0101 DTC P0101:Mass Airflow (MAF) Sensor Circuit Range/Performance Problem (Out of Range) General Description cardiagn.com The mass airflow (MAF) sensor is attached to the intake air passage, and it measures the amount of intake airflow. The MAF sensor is a chip type airfl
  • Page 129Conditions for setting the DTC cardiagn.com
  • Page 130When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle, a Pending DTC is stored in the PCM memory. If the malfunction returns in the next (second) drive cycle, the MIL comes on and a Confirmed DTC and the freeze data are stored. Conditions for clearing the DTC The MIL is cleared if the malfunct
  • Page 131DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0101 DTC P0101:Mass Airflow (MAF) Sensor Circuit Range/Performance Problem General Description cardiagn.com The mass airflow (MAF) sensor is mounted near the air cleaner case. It measures mass airflow rate into the combustion engine. The powertrain control module (PCM) mon
  • Page 132NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. MAF sensor failure Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected, the MIL comes on and a Pending DTC, a Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data
  • Page 133DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0101 DTC P0101:Mass Airflow (MAF) Sensor Circuit Range/Performance Problem (Out of Range) General Description cardiagn.com The mass airflow (MAF) sensor is attached to the intake air passage, and it measures the amount of intake airflow. The MAF sensor is a chip type airfl
  • Page 134The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive trips in which the diagnostic runs. The MIL, the Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the scan tool Clear command or by disconnecting the 12 volt battery. cardiagn.com
  • Page 135DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0101 DTC P0101:Mass Airflow (MAF) Sensor Circuit Range/Performance Problem General Description cardiagn.com The mass airflow (MAF) sensor is attached to the intake air passage, and it measures the amount of intake airflow. The MAF sensor is a hot wire airflow meter. The ai
  • Page 136MAF sensor failure PCM internal circuit failure Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle, a Pending DTC is stored in the PCM memory. If the malfunction returns in the next (second) drive cycle, the MIL comes on and a Confirmed DTC a
  • Page 137DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0102, P0103 DTC P0102:Mass Airflow (MAF) Sensor Circuit Low Voltage DTC P0103:Mass Airflow (MAF) Sensor Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com The mass airflow (MAF) sensor is attached to the intake air passage, and it measures the amount of intake airflow.
  • Page 138Execution Continuous Sequence None cardiagn.com
  • Page 139Duration 2.0 seconds or more DTC Type One drive cycle, MIL on Enable Conditions Condition Vehicle ON mode Malfunction Threshold DTC: P0102 The MAF sensor output voltage [MAF SENSOR] is 0.10 V or less for at least 2.0 seconds. DTC: P0103 The MAF sensor output voltage [MAF SENSOR] is 4.89 V or more fo
  • Page 140DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0102, P0103 DTC P0102:Mass Airflow (MAF) Sensor Circuit Low Voltage DTC P0103:Mass Airflow (MAF) Sensor Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com
  • Page 141The mass airflow (MAF) sensor is mounted near the air cleaner case. It measures air mass flow rate into the combustion engine. The powertrain control module (PCM) determines the necessary fuel mass that must be mixed with the measured MAF sensor value to obtain required air-fuel mixture. The PCM mon
  • Page 142DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0105 DTC P0105:Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP) Sensor Out of Range General Description cardiagn.com The manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor measures the pressure or vacuum in the manifold. This measurement is converted into an electrical signal which the powertrain co
  • Page 143cardiagn.co
  • Page 144Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. MAP sensor failure PCM internal circuit failure Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle,
  • Page 145DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0105 DTC P0105:Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP) Sensor Out of Range General Description cardiagn.com The manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor measures the pressure or vacuum in the manifold. This measurement is converted into an electrical signal which the powertrain co
  • Page 146[ ]: HDS Parameter Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. MAP sensor failure PCM internal circuit failure Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected during the
  • Page 147DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0106 DTC P0106:Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP) Sensor Range/Performance Problem General Description cardiagn.com The monitoring function checks the delivered pressure value of the manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor for plausible values. This is done by a physical ran
  • Page 148NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. cardiagn.com
  • Page 149MAP sensor circuit failure MAP sensor failure Leakage in intake manifold Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected, the MIL comes on and a Pending DTC, a Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data are stored in the PCM memory. Conditions for clearing the DTC The MIL is
  • Page 150DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0107, P0108 DTC P0107:Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP) Sensor Circuit Low Voltage DTC P0108:Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP) Sensor Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com The manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor measures the pressure or vacuum in the mani
  • Page 151cardiagn.co
  • Page 152The MAP sensor output voltage [MAP SENSOR] is 0.23 V or less for at least 2 seconds. DTC: P0108 The MAP sensor output voltage [MAP SENSOR] is 4.49 V or more for at least 2 seconds. [ ]: HDS Parameter Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it i
  • Page 153DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0107, P0108 DTC P0107:Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP) Sensor Circuit Low Voltage DTC P0108:Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP) Sensor Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com The manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor measures the pressure or vacuum in the mani
  • Page 154Malfunction Threshold DTC: P0107 The MAP sensor output voltage [MAP SENSOR] is 0.23 V or less for at least 2 seconds. DTC: P0108 The MAP sensor output voltage [MAP SENSOR] is 4.49 V or more for at least 2 seconds. [ ]: HDS Parameter Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of
  • Page 155DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0107, P0108 DTC P0107:Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP) Sensor Circuit Low Voltage DTC P0108:Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP) Sensor Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com The manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor measures the pressure or vacuum in the mani
  • Page 156MAP sensor VCC line short to ground MAP sensor power supply line short to ground cardiagn.com
  • Page 157Common MAP sensor failure PCM internal circuit failure Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected, the MIL comes on and a Pending DTC, a Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data are stored in the PCM memory. Conditions for clearing the DTC The MIL is cleared if the mal
  • Page 158DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0110 DTC P0110:Intake Air Temperature (IAT) Sensor 1 Out of Range General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) monitors Intake air temperature (IAT) sensor 1 for rationality malfunctions. IAT sensor 1 is a thermistor that detects intake air temperat
  • Page 159Execution Continuous cardiagn.com
  • Page 160Sequence None Duration 5 seconds or more DTC Type Two drive cycles, MIL on Enable Conditions Condition Vehicle ON mode Other IAT sensor 1 value is valid Malfunction Threshold The IAT sensor 1 output temperature [IAT Sensor (1)] is higher than 247.93 °F (119.96 °C) for at least 5 seconds. [ ]: HDS Pa
  • Page 161DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0111 DTC P0111:Intake Air Temperature (IAT) Sensor 1 Circuit Range/Performance Problem General Description cardiagn.com Intake air temperature (IAT) sensor 1 is a thermistor that detects intake air temperature, and it is used for air/fuel ratio feedback control to compensa
  • Page 162Sequence None cardiagn.com
  • Page 163Duration 3.0 seconds or more DTC Type Two drive cycles, MIL on Enable Conditions Condition Vehicle ON mode Malfunction Threshold The intake air temperature [IAT Sensor (1)] is 285 °F (141 °C) or more for at least 3.0 seconds. [ ]: HDS Parameter Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a comp
  • Page 164DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0111 DTC P0111:Intake Air Temperature (IAT) Sensor Circuit Range/Performance Problem General Description cardiagn.com The intake air temperature (IAT) sensor is a thermistor that detects intake air temperature, and it is used for air/fuel ratio feedback control to compensa
  • Page 165Sequence None cardiagn.com
  • Page 166Duration 3.0 seconds or more DTC Type Two drive cycles, MIL on Enable Conditions Condition Vehicle ON mode Malfunction Threshold The intake air temperature [IAT Sensor (1)] is more than 285 °F (141 °C) for at least 3.0 seconds. [ ]: HDS Parameter Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a co
  • Page 167DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0111 DTC P0111:Intake Air Temperature (IAT) Sensor 1 Circuit Range/Performance General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) monitors intake air temperature (IAT) sensor 1 for rationality malfunctions. IAT sensor 1 is a thermistor that detects intake
  • Page 168Execution Continuous cardiagn.com
  • Page 169Sequence None Duration 4 minutes or more DTC Type Two drive cycles, MIL on Enable Conditions To ensure a change of the intake air temperature, the engine must run in the following two operating ranges for at least 2 minutes each Condition Minimum Maximum Initial engine coolant temperature (at radiat
  • Page 170DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0111 DTC P0111:Intake Air Temperature (IAT) Sensor 1 Circuit Range/Performance Problem General Description cardiagn.com Intake air temperature (IAT) sensor 1 is a thermistor that detects intake air temperature, and it is used for air/fuel ratio feedback control to compensa
  • Page 171cardiagn.co
  • Page 172Enable Conditions Condition Vehicle ON mode Malfunction Threshold The intake air temperature [IAT Sensor (1)] is 285 °F (141 °C) or more for at least 3.0 seconds. [ ]: HDS Parameter Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that th
  • Page 173DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0112, P0113 DTC P0112:Intake Air Temperature (IAT) Sensor 1 Circuit Low Voltage DTC P0113:Intake Air Temperature (IAT) Sensor 1 Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com Intake air temperature (IAT) sensor 1 is a thermistor that detects intake air temperature,
  • Page 174Execution Continuous Sequence None cardiagn.com
  • Page 175Duration 2.0 seconds or more DTC Type Two drive cycles, MIL on Enable Conditions Condition Vehicle ON mode Malfunction Threshold DTC: P0112 The IAT sensor 1 output voltage [IAT SENSOR (1)] is 0.08 V or less for at least 2.0 seconds. DTC: P0113 The IAT sensor 1 output voltage [IAT SENSOR (1)] is 4.92
  • Page 176DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0112, P0113 DTC P0112:Intake Air Temperature (IAT) Sensor Circuit Low Voltage DTC P0113:Intake Air Temperature (IAT) Sensor Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com The intake air temperature (IAT) sensor is a thermistor that detects intake air temperature, an
  • Page 177Execution Continuous cardiagn.com
  • Page 178Sequence None Duration 2.0 seconds or more DTC Type Two drive cycles, MIL on Enable Conditions Condition Vehicle ON mode Malfunction Threshold DTC: P0112 The IAT sensor output voltage [IAT SENSOR (1)] is 0.08 V or less for at least 2.0 seconds. DTC: P0113 The IAT sensor output voltage [IAT SENSOR (1
  • Page 179DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0112, P0113 DTC P0112:Intake Air Temperature (IAT) Sensor 1 Circuit Low Voltage DTC P0113:Intake Air Temperature (IAT) Sensor 1 Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com Intake air temperature (IAT) sensor 1 is integrated in mass airflow (MAF) sensor after air
  • Page 180Monitor Execution, Sequence, Duration, DTC Type Execution Continuous Sequence None Duration 0.5 second or more DTC Type Two drive cycles, MIL on Enable Conditions Condition Vehicle ON mode Malfunction Threshold DTC: P0112 The IAT sensor 1 output voltage [IAT Sensor (1)] is less than 0.1628 V for at
  • Page 181DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0112, P0113 DTC P0112:Intake Air Temperature (IAT) Sensor 1 Circuit Low Voltage DTC P0113:Intake Air Temperature (IAT) Sensor 1 Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com Intake air temperature (IAT) sensor 1 is a thermistor that detects intake air temperature,
  • Page 182DTC Type Two drive cycles, MIL on Enable Conditions Condition Vehicle ON mode Malfunction Threshold DTC: P0112 The IAT sensor 1 output voltage [IAT SENSOR (1)] is 0.08 V or less for at least 2.0 seconds. DTC: P0113 The IAT sensor 1 output voltage [IAT SENSOR (1)] is 4.92 V or more for at least 2.0 s
  • Page 183DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0114 DTC P0114:Intake Air Temperature (IAT) Sensor 1 Intermittent Interruption General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) monitors intake air temperature (IAT) sensor 1 for electronic malfunctions. IAT sensor 1 is a thermistor that detects intake
  • Page 184Monitor Execution, Sequence, Duration, DTC Type cardiagn.com
  • Page 185Execution Continuous Sequence None Duration 1 second or more DTC Type Two drive cycles, MIL on Enable Conditions Condition Vehicle ON mode Malfunction Threshold The difference between the IAT sensor 1 voltage and the filtered voltage is more than 0.4 V for at least 1 second. Possible Cause NOTE: The
  • Page 186DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0115 DTC P0115:Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Sensor 1 Out of Range General Description Engine coolant temperature (ECT) sensor 1 is used for air/fuel ratio feedback control, ignition timing control, idle speed control, and other functions. The ECT sensor 1 resistance va
  • Page 187NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. cardiagn.com
  • Page 188ECT sensor 1 failure PCM internal circuit failure Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle, a Pending DTC is stored in the PCM memory. If the malfunction returns in the next (second) drive cycle, the MIL comes on and a Confirmed DTC
  • Page 189DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0115 DTC P0115:Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Sensor 1 Out of Range General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) monitors the engine coolant temperature for rationality malfunctions. In order to provide diagnosis, the measured engine coolant tempe
  • Page 190*: Depends on initial engine coolant temperature [ECT Sensor 1] [ ]: HDS Parameter High side check cardiagn.com
  • Page 191Condition Minimum Maximum Engine speed [Engine Speed] 20 rpm – Integrated intake air amount 1.46 kg (3.22 lbs) – Other ECT sensor 1 value is valid Malfunction Threshold Low side check The expected engine coolant temperature is lower than 18 °F (9.96 °C) from the measured engine coolant temperature [
  • Page 192DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0115 DTC P0115:Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Sensor 1 Out of Range General Description Engine coolant temperature (ECT) sensor 1 is used for air/fuel ratio feedback control, ignition timing control, idle speed control, and other functions. The ECT sensor 1 resistance va
  • Page 193ECT sensor 1 failure PCM internal circuit failure Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle, a Pending DTC is stored in the PCM memory. If the malfunction returns in the next (second) drive cycle, the MIL comes on and a Confirmed DTC
  • Page 194DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0115 DTC P0115:Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Sensor 1 Out of Range General Description Engine coolant temperature (ECT) sensor 1 is used for air/fuel ratio feedback control, ignition timing control, idle speed control, and other functions. The ECT sensor 1 resistance va
  • Page 195ECT sensor 1 failure PCM internal circuit failure Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle, a Pending DTC is stored in the PCM memory. If the malfunction returns in the next (second) drive cycle, the MIL comes on and a Confirmed DTC
  • Page 196DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0116 DTC P0116:Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Sensor 1 Circuit Range/Performance Problem General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) supplies voltage to the engine coolant temperature signal circuit (about 5 V) through a pull-up resistor. As the
  • Page 197Condition Minimum Maximum Engine time after starting the 10 seconds – engine Fuel feedback Other than during fuel cut-off operation With a completely cooled engine (one that has been off for at least 6 hours): Judgment is made after the engine has run for at least 36 minutes or been driven at least
  • Page 198DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0116 DTC P0116:Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Sensor 1 Circuit Range/Performance Problem General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) supplies voltage to the engine coolant temperature signal circuit (about 5 V) through a pull-up resistor. As the
  • Page 199Condition Minimum Maximum Engine time after starting the 10 seconds – engine Fuel feedback Other than during fuel cut-off operation With a completely cooled engine (one that has been off for at least 6 hours): Judgment is made after the engine has run for at least 42 minutes or been driven at least
  • Page 200DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0116 DTC P0116:Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Sensor 1 Circuit Range/Performance Problem General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) monitors engine coolant temperature (ECT) sensor 1 for rationality malfunctions. In order to provide diagnosis, t
  • Page 201Condition Minimum Maximum Engine speed [Engine Speed] 20 rpm – Other During fuel cut-off operation Condition Minimum Maximum Vehicle speed [Vehicle Speed] 0 mph (0 km/h) 74 mph (120 km/h) 100 kg/h (221 lbs/h) - 500 kg/h (1,102 Intake air amount 32 kg/h (159 lbs/h) - 152 kg/h (335 lbs)* lbs)* *: Depe
  • Page 202DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0117, P0118 DTC P0117:Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Sensor 1 Circuit Low Voltage DTC P0118:Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Sensor 1 Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com Engine coolant temperature (ECT) sensor 1 is used for air/fuel ratio feedback contr
  • Page 203DTC: P0118 cardiagn.com
  • Page 204The ECT sensor 1 output voltage [ECT SENSOR 1] is 4.92 V or more for at least 2 seconds. [ ]: HDS Parameter Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. DTC: P0117 ECT sensor 1 TW line short to ground D
  • Page 205DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0117, P0118 DTC P0117:Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Sensor 1 Circuit Low Voltage DTC P0118:Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Sensor 1 Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com Engine coolant temperature (ECT) sensor 1 is used for air/fuel ratio feedback contr
  • Page 206DTC: P0117 cardiagn.com
  • Page 207The ECT sensor 1 output voltage [ECT SENSOR 1] is 0.08 V or less for at least 2 seconds. DTC: P0118 The ECT sensor 1 output voltage [ECT SENSOR 1] is 4.92 V or more for at least 2 seconds. [ ]: HDS Parameter Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems,
  • Page 208DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0117, P0118 DTC P0117:Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Sensor 1 Circuit Low Voltage DTC P0118:Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Sensor 1 Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) monitors engine coolant temperature (ECT) senso
  • Page 209cardiagn.co
  • Page 210The ECT sensor 1 output voltage [ECT Sensor 1] is less than 0.0478 V for at least 0.5 second. DTC: P0118 The ECT sensor 1 output voltage [ECT Sensor 1] is greater than 4.957 V for at least 0.5 second. [ ]: HDS Parameter Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potentia
  • Page 211DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0119 DTC P0119:Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Sensor 1 Circuit Out of Range General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) monitors engine coolant temperature (ECT) sensor 1 for electrical malfunctions. ECT sensor 1 is a thermistor that detects engi
  • Page 212Possible Cause cardiagn.com
  • Page 213NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. ECT sensor 1 failure PCM internal circuit failure Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle, a Pending DT
  • Page 214DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P011A DTC P011A:Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Sensor 1 Circuit Range/Performance Problem General Description cardiagn.com Two engine coolant temperature (ECT) sensors and one intake air temperature (IAT) sensor are used by the powertrain control module (PCM). When the en
  • Page 215cardiagn.co
  • Page 216Temperature difference between each sensor Malfunction judgment values ECT1* - ECT2** IAT*** - ECT2** ECT sensor 1 IAT sensor ECT sensor 2 Higher than 57 °F (32 Normal Normal Failure °C) Higher than 57 °F (32 From -43 °F (-24 °C) to Failure Normal Normal °C) 57 °F (32 °C) Lower than -43 °F Failure F
  • Page 217Conditions for clearing the DTC The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive trips in which the diagnostic runs. The MIL, the Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the scan tool Clear command or by disconnecting the 12 volt battery. car
  • Page 218DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P011A DTC P011A:Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Sensor 1 Circuit Range/Performance Problem General Description cardiagn.com Two engine coolant temperature (ECT) sensors and two intake air temperature (IAT) sensors are used by the powertrain control module (PCM). When the e
  • Page 219cardiagn.co
  • Page 220Temperature difference between each sensor Malfunction judgment values ECT1* - ECT2** IAT1*** - ECT2** ECT sensor 1 IAT sensor 1 ECT sensor 2 Higher than 57 °F (32 Normal Normal Failure °C) Higher than 57 °F (32 From -43 °F (-24 °C) to Failure Normal Normal °C) 57 °F (32 °C) Lower than -43 °F Failur
  • Page 221Conditions for clearing the DTC The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive trips in which the diagnostic runs. The MIL, the Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the scan tool Clear command or by disconnecting the 12 volt battery. car
  • Page 222DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P011A DTC P011A:Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Sensor 1 Circuit Range/Performance Problem General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) monitors engine coolant temperature (ECT) sensor 1 for electrical malfunctions. In order to provide diagnosis the
  • Page 223The difference between the ECT sensor 1 output temperature and mean value of all temperature sensors at cold start is more than 17.7 °F (9.8 °C) for at least 2 minutes. Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be ot
  • Page 224DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P011B DTC P011B:Intake Air Temperature (IAT) Sensor Circuit Range/Performance Problem General Description cardiagn.com Two engine coolant temperature (ECT) sensors and one intake air temperature (IAT) sensor are used by the powertrain control module (PCM). When the engine i
  • Page 225cardiagn.co
  • Page 226Temperature difference between each sensor Malfunction judgment values ECT1* - ECT2** IAT*** - ECT2** ECT sensor 1 IAT sensor ECT sensor 2 Higher than 57 °F (32 Normal Normal Failure °C) Higher than 57 °F (32 From -43 °F (-24 °C) to Failure Normal Normal °C) 57 °F (32 °C) Lower than -43 °F Failure F
  • Page 227Conditions for clearing the DTC The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive trips in which the diagnostic runs. The MIL, the Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the scan tool Clear command or by disconnecting the 12 volt battery. car
  • Page 228DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P011B DTC P011B:Intake Air Temperature (IAT) Sensor 1 Circuit Range/Performance Problem General Description cardiagn.com Two engine coolant temperature (ECT) sensors and two intake air temperature (IAT) sensors are used by the powertrain control module (PCM). When the engin
  • Page 229cardiagn.co
  • Page 230Temperature difference between each sensor Malfunction judgment values ECT1* - ECT2** IAT1*** - ECT2** ECT sensor 1 IAT sensor 1 ECT sensor 2 Higher than 57 °F (32 Normal Normal Failure °C) Higher than 57 °F (32 From -43 °F (-24 °C) to Failure Normal Normal °C) 57 °F (32 °C) Lower than -43 °F Failur
  • Page 231Conditions for clearing the DTC The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive trips in which the diagnostic runs. The MIL, the Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the scan tool Clear command or by disconnecting the 12 volt battery. car
  • Page 232DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P011B DTC P011B:Intake Air Temperature (IAT) Sensor 1 Circuit Range/Performance General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) monitors Intake air temperature (IAT) sensor 1 for rationality malfunctions. IAT sensor 1 is a thermistor that detects intake
  • Page 233Monitor Execution, Sequence, Duration, DTC Type cardiagn.com
  • Page 234Execution Once per driving cycle Sequence None Duration 2 minutes or more DTC Type Two drive cycles, MIL on Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum Engine off time 7.5 - 9.5 hours* – State of the engine Running *: Depending on engine off temperature Malfunction Threshold The difference between t
  • Page 235DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0121 DTC P0121:Throttle Position (TP) Sensor A Out of Range General Description The electronic throttle control system controls the throttle valve opening. The system includes the throttle actuator, the throttle valve, throttle position (TP) sensors A and B, the PGM-FI sub
  • Page 236Throttle body internal failure (TP sensor A) PCM internal circuit failure Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle, a Pending DTC is stored in the PCM memory. If the malfunction returns in the next (second) drive cycle, the MIL come
  • Page 237DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0121 DTC P0121:Throttle Position (TP) Sensor A Range/Performance Problem General Description cardiagn.com
  • Page 238The powertrain control module (PCM) monitors the throttle position (TP) sensor A circuit for physical range check. The diagnostic compares the voltages of the throttle position sensor A read at the closed and open positions of the throttle valve with their respective calibrated threshold values. If
  • Page 239DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0121 DTC P0121:Throttle Position (TP) Sensor A Out of Range General Description cardiagn.com The electronic throttle control system controls the throttle valve opening. The system includes the throttle actuator, the throttle valve, throttle position (TP) sensors A and B, t
  • Page 240Throttle body internal failure (TP sensor A) PCM internal circuit failure Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle, a Pending DTC is stored in the PCM memory. If the malfunction returns in the next (second) drive cycle, the MIL come
  • Page 241DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0121 DTC P0121:Throttle Position (TP) Sensor A Out of Range General Description cardiagn.com The electronic throttle control system controls the throttle valve opening. The system includes the throttle actuator, the throttle valve, throttle position (TP) sensors A and B, t
  • Page 242Throttle body internal failure (TP sensor A) PCM internal circuit failure Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle, a Pending DTC is stored in the PCM memory. If the malfunction returns in the next (second) drive cycle, the MIL come
  • Page 243DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0122, P0123 DTC P0122:Throttle Position (TP) Sensor A Circuit Low Voltage DTC P0123:Throttle Position (TP) Sensor A Circuit High Voltage General Description The electronic throttle control system controls the throttle valve opening. The system includes the throttle actuato
  • Page 244[ ]: HDS Parameter Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. DTC: P0122 TP sensor A THL1 line short to ground TP sensor A VCC line open DTC: P0123 TP sensor A THL1 line open TP sensor A SG line open
  • Page 245DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0122, P0123 DTC P0122:Throttle Position (TP) Sensor A Circuit Low Voltage DTC P0123:Throttle Position (TP) Sensor A Circuit High Voltage General Description The electronic throttle control system controls the throttle valve opening. The system includes the throttle actuato
  • Page 246The TP sensor A output voltage [TP SENSOR A] is 4.8 V or more for at least 200 milliseconds. [ ]: HDS Parameter Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. DTC: P0122 TP sensor A THL1 line short to gro
  • Page 247DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0122, P0123 DTC P0122:Throttle Position (TP) Sensor A Circuit Low Voltage DTC P0123:Throttle Position (TP) Sensor A Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com
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  • Page 249The powertrain control module (PCM) monitors the throttle position (TP) sensor A circuit and the throttle position (TP) sensor B circuit for electrical malfunctions. In order to provide electrical diagnostics the output voltage of both sensors are continuously monitored and compared with minimum and
  • Page 250DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0125 DTC P0125:Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Sensor 1 Malfunction/Slow Response General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) supplies voltage to the engine coolant temperature signal circuit (about 5 V) through a pull-up resistor. As the engine c
  • Page 251ECT sensor 1 failure Thermostat stuck open Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition 1. Start the engine under Enable Conditions (see "Initial engine coolant temperature [ECT SENSOR 1]"). 2. Let the engine idle for at least 20 minutes. With the HDS None. Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the
  • Page 252DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0125 DTC P0125:Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Sensor 1 Malfunction/Slow Response General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) supplies voltage to the engine coolant temperature signal circuit (about 5 V) through a pull-up resistor. As the engine c
  • Page 253ECT sensor 1 failure Thermostat stuck open Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition 1. Start the engine under Enable Conditions (see "Initial engine coolant temperature [ECT SENSOR 1]"). 2. Let the engine idle for at least 20 minutes. With the HDS None. Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the
  • Page 254DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0125 DTC P0125:Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Sensor 1 Malfunction/Slow Response General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) supplies voltage to the engine coolant temperature signal circuit (about 5 V) through a pull-up resistor. As the engine c
  • Page 255ECT sensor 1 failure Thermostat stuck open Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition 1. Start the engine under Enable Conditions (see "Initial engine coolant temperature [ECT SENSOR 1]"). 2. Let the engine idle for at least 20 minutes. With the HDS None. Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the
  • Page 256DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0127 DTC P0127:Intake Air Temperature (IAT) Sensor Too High General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) monitors intake air temperature (IAT) sensor 1 for rationality malfunctions. IAT sensor 1 is a thermistor that detects intake air temperature, w
  • Page 257cardiagn.co
  • Page 258Execution Continuous Sequence None Duration 5 seconds or more DTC Type Two drive cycles, MIL on Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum Vehicle speed [Vehicle Speed] 0 mph (0 km/h) – Intake air amount 0 kg/h (0 lbs/h) 1,020 kg/h (2,248 lbs/h) State of the engine Running Malfunction Threshold The
  • Page 259DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0128 DTC P0128:Cooling System Malfunction General Description cardiagn.com The thermostat is closed when the engine coolant temperature is low, and it stops the circulation of engine coolant to speed engine warm up. When the engine coolant temperature increases, the thermo
  • Page 260Condition Minimum Maximum Engine off time 6 hours – Estimated initial outside air 20 °F (-7 °C) – temperature Initial engine coolant temperature (ECT 1) [ECT – 122 °F (50 °C) SENSOR 1] The difference between initial 3 °F (2 °C)* intake air temperature [IAT – Sensor (1)] and current intake air 7 °F (
  • Page 261When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle with the engine coolant temperature and intake air temperature at engine start-up within the specified temperature range, a Pending DTC is stored in the PCM memory. If the malfunction returns in the next (second) drive cycle with the engine
  • Page 262DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0128 DTC P0128:Cooling System Malfunction General Description cardiagn.com The thermostat is closed when the engine coolant temperature is low, and it stops the circulation of engine coolant to speed engine warm up. When the engine coolant temperature increases, the thermo
  • Page 263Condition Minimum Maximum Engine off time 6 hours – Estimated initial outside air 20 °F (-7 °C) – temperature Initial engine coolant temperature (ECT 1) [ECT – 122 °F (50 °C) SENSOR 1] The difference between initial 3 °F (2 °C)* intake air temperature [IAT – Sensor (1)] and current intake air 7 °F (
  • Page 264Conditions for setting the DTC cardiagn.com
  • Page 265When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle with the engine coolant temperature and intake air temperature at engine start-up within the specified temperature range, a Pending DTC is stored in the PCM memory. If the malfunction returns in the next (second) drive cycle with the engine
  • Page 266DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0128 DTC P0128:Cooling System Malfunction General Description The powertrain control module (PCM) monitors the temperatures before and after the thermostat to diagnose whether it is sticking in open position during warm-up. If the coolant temperature after the thermostat i
  • Page 267DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0130 DTC P0130:Air/Fuel Ratio (A/F) Sensor (Sensor 1) Circuit Out of Range High General Description cardiagn.com If a malfunction causes the air/fuel ratio (A/F) sensor (sensor 1) signal to the powertrain control module (PCM) to deviate from the normal control area, the A/
  • Page 268A/F sensor (sensor 1) failure Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition 1. Start the engine. Hold the engine speed [ENGINE SPEED] at 3,000 rpm without load (CVT in P or N, M/T in neutral) until the radiator fan comes on, then let it idle. 2. Air/fuel ratio feedback is started while idling, hold for
  • Page 269DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0130 DTC P0130:Air Fuel Ratio (A/F) Sensor (Sensor 1) Out of Range General Description cardiagn.com If a malfunction causes the air/fuel ratio (A/F) sensor (sensor 1) signal to the powertrain control module (PCM) to deviate from the normal control area, the A/F sensor (sen
  • Page 270Possible Cause cardiagn.com
  • Page 271NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. A/F sensor (sensor 1) failure Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition 1. Start the engine. Hold the engine speed [ENGINE SPEED] at 3,000 rpm without load (CVT in P or N,
  • Page 272DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0130 DTC P0130:Air Fuel Ratio (A/F) Sensor (Sensor 1) Out of Range General Description cardiagn.com If a malfunction causes the air/fuel ratio (A/F) sensor (sensor 1) signal to the powertrain control module (PCM) to deviate from the normal control area, the A/F sensor (sen
  • Page 273A/F sensor (sensor 1) failure Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition 1. Start the engine. Hold the engine speed [ENGINE SPEED] at 3,000 rpm without load (in neutral) until the radiator fan comes on, then let it idle. 2. Air/fuel ratio feedback is started while idling, hold for at least 7 seconds
  • Page 274DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0131 DTC P0131:Air/Fuel Ratio (A/F) Sensor (Sensor 1) Circuit Low Voltage General Description The driver IC for air/fuel ratio (A/F) sensor (sensor 1) is built into the powertrain control module (PCM). The diagnosis data acquired by the driver IC are called up directly by
  • Page 275A/F sensor (sensor 1) LAF VN line short to ground A/F sensor (sensor 1) LAF VG line short to ground A/F sensor (sensor 1) LAF CA line short to ground A/F sensor (sensor 1) LAF CP line short to ground A/F sensor (sensor 1) failure PCM internal circuit failure Confirmation Procedure Operating Conditio
  • Page 276DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0132 DTC P0132:Air/Fuel Ratio (A/F) Sensor (Sensor 1) Circuit High Voltage General Description The driver IC for air/fuel ratio (A/F) sensor (sensor 1) is built into the powertrain control module (PCM). The diagnosis data acquired by the driver IC are called up directly by
  • Page 277A/F sensor (sensor 1) LAF VN line short to power A/F sensor (sensor 1) LAF VG line short to power A/F sensor (sensor 1) LAF CA line short to power A/F sensor (sensor 1) LAF CP line short to power A/F sensor (sensor 1) failure PCM internal circuit failure Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition St
  • Page 278DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0133 DTC P0133:Air/Fuel Ratio (A/F) Sensor (Sensor 1) Malfunction/Slow Response General Description cardiagn.com The air/fuel ratio (A/F) sensor (sensor 1) has a linear signal output in relation to the oxygen concentration. The powertrain control module (PCM) computes the
  • Page 279Condition Minimum Maximum Elapsed time after application of power to A/F sensor heater 5.0 seconds – starts Engine coolant temperature 156 °F (69 °C) – [ECT SENSOR 1] Intake air temperature -13 °F (-25 °C) – [IAT Sensor (1)] Engine speed 1,500 rpm 3,000 rpm [ENGINE SPEED] Vehicle speed 26 mph (41 km
  • Page 2801. Start the engine. Hold the engine speed [ENGINE SPEED] at 3,000 rpm without load (CVT in P or N, M/T in neutral) until the radiator fan comes on. 2. Drive the vehicle at a steady speed of 25 mph (40 km/h) or less, for at least 5 minutes. 3. Drive immediately at a steady speed of 26 mph (41 km/h)
  • Page 281DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0134 DTC P0134:Air/Fuel Ratio (A/F) Sensor (Sensor 1) Heater System Malfunction General Description cardiagn.com The air/fuel ratio (A/F) sensor (sensor 1) is activated by warming the element with a heater and by maintaining a steady high temperature to accurately calculat
  • Page 282*2: Mexico models Enable Conditions cardiagn.com
  • Page 283Condition Minimum Maximum 12 volt battery voltage 10.5 V – [BATTERY] Fuel feedback Other than during fuel cut-off operation A/F sensor (sensor 1) heater ON State of the engine Running Other Other than initial engine start [ ]: HDS Parameter Malfunction Threshold Malfunction determination 1 - From st
  • Page 284DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0135 DTC P0135:Air/Fuel Ratio (A/F) Sensor (Sensor 1) Heater Circuit Malfunction General Description USA and Canada models cardiagn.com Mexico models A heater for the sensor element is embedded in the air/fuel ratio (A/F) sensor (sensor 1), and it is controlled by the powe
  • Page 285Condition Minimum Maximum 12 volt battery voltage 9.0 V - [BATTERY] State of the engine Running Other During A/F sensor (sensor 1) heater operation [ ]: HDS Parameter Malfunction Threshold One of these conditions must be met for at least 5 seconds: No return signal HIGH is detected when the PCM outp
  • Page 286DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0136 DTC P0136:Secondary Heated Oxygen Sensor (Secondary HO2S (Sensor 2)) Circuit Malfunction General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) monitors the secondary heated oxygen sensor (secondary HO2S (sensor 2)) circuit for electrical malfunctions. T
  • Page 287Monitor Execution, Sequence, Duration, DTC Type cardiagn.com
  • Page 288Execution Continuous Sequence None Duration 0.5 second or more DTC Type Two drive cycles, MIL on Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum Elapsed time after moisture completely evaporated from 15 seconds – exhaust pipe 12 volt battery voltage [Battery] 10.7 V – [ ]: HDS Parameter Malfunction Thre
  • Page 289DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0137 DTC P0137:Secondary Heated Oxygen Sensor (Secondary HO2S (Sensor 2)) Circuit Low Voltage General Description cardiagn.com The secondary heated oxygen sensor (secondary HO2S (sensor 2)) detects the oxygen density in the exhaust gas and converts it into electrical signa
  • Page 290Start the engine. Hold the engine speed [ENGINE SPEED] at 3,000 rpm without load (CVT in P or N, M/T in neutral) until the radiator fan comes on, then let it idle. With the HDS None. Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle, a Pendi
  • Page 291DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0138 DTC P0138:Secondary Heated Oxygen Sensor (Secondary HO2S (Sensor 2)) Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com The secondary heated oxygen sensor (secondary HO2S (sensor 2)) detects the oxygen content in the exhaust gas downstream of the three way catalyti
  • Page 292DTC Type Two drive cycles, MIL on Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum Elapsed time that secondary HO2S activity is not monitored 15 seconds – after starting the engine Fuel feedback Closed loop Malfunction Threshold The secondary HO2S (sensor 2) output voltage [HO2S S2] is 3.28 V or more for
  • Page 293Conditions for clearing the DTC The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive trips in which the diagnostic runs. The MIL, the Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the scan tool Clear command or by disconnecting the 12 volt battery. car
  • Page 294DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0138 DTC P0138:Secondary Heated Oxygen Sensor (Secondary HO2S (Sensor 2)) Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com The secondary heated oxygen sensor (secondary HO2S (sensor 2)) detects the oxygen content in the exhaust gas downstream of the three way catalyti
  • Page 295DTC Type Two drive cycles, MIL on Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum Elapsed time that secondary HO2S activity is not monitored 15 seconds – after starting the engine Fuel feedback Closed loop Malfunction Threshold The secondary HO2S (sensor 2) output voltage [HO2S S2] is 1.27 V or more for
  • Page 296Conditions for clearing the DTC The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive trips in which the diagnostic runs. The MIL, the Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the scan tool Clear command or by disconnecting the 12 volt battery. car
  • Page 297DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0139 DTC P0139:Secondary Heated Oxygen Sensor (Secondary HO2S (Sensor 2)) Slow Response General Description cardiagn.com The secondary heated oxygen sensor (secondary HO2S (sensor 2)) detects the oxygen content in the exhaust gas downstream of the three way catalytic conve
  • Page 298Sequence P0138 is judged as OK Duration 10 seconds or more cardiagn.com
  • Page 299DTC Type Two drive cycles, MIL on Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum Elapsed time after starting the 2 minutes – engine Engine coolant temperature 156 °F (69 °C) – [ECT SENSOR 1] Intake air temperature -13 °F (-25 °C) – [IAT Sensor (1)] Engine speed – 4,000 rpm [ENGINE SPEED] Secondary HO2S
  • Page 300None. Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle, a Pending DTC is stored in the PCM memory. If the malfunction returns in the next (second) drive cycle, the MIL comes on and a Confirmed DTC and the freeze data are stored. Conditions
  • Page 301DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0140 DTC P0140:Secondary Heated Oxygen Sensor (Secondary HO2S (Sensor 2)) Circuit No Activity General Description cardiagn.com In order to ensure a constant and appropriate operating temperature of the secondary heated oxygen sensor (secondary HO2S (sensor 2)), a heater is
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  • Page 303Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle, a Pending DTC is stored in the PCM memory. If the malfunction returns in the next (second) drive cycle, the MIL comes on and a Confirmed DTC and the freeze data are stored. Conditions for cl
  • Page 304DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0141 DTC P0141:Secondary Heated Oxygen Sensor (Secondary HO2S (Sensor 2)) Heater Circuit Malfunction General Description cardiagn.com A heater for the zirconia element is embedded in the secondary heated oxygen sensor (secondary HO2S (sensor 2)), and it is controlled by th
  • Page 305Secondary HO2S (sensor 2) heater failure Secondary HO2S (sensor 2) SO2HT line open Secondary HO2S (sensor 2) SO2HT line short to ground Secondary HO2S (sensor 2) heater power supply line open (includes fuse blown) Secondary HO2S (sensor 2) heater internal circuit open Poor ignition switch PCM intern
  • Page 306DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0171 DTC P0171:Fuel System Too Lean General Description The powertrain control module (PCM) detects the oxygen content in the exhaust gas from the air/fuel ratio (A/F) sensor (sensor 1) signal voltage, and it uses fuel feedback control to maintain the optimal air/fuel rati
  • Page 307Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. cardiagn.com
  • Page 308Fuel pump failure Injector failure Fuel pressure regulator failure Fuel line failure Fuel supply system failure Mass airflow (MAF) sensor range/performance problem Manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor range/performance problem A/F sensor (sensor 1) failure Secondary HO2S (sensor 2) failure Vacuum
  • Page 309DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0171 DTC P0171:Fuel System Too Lean General Description The powertrain control module (PCM) detects the oxygen content in the exhaust gas from the air/fuel ratio (A/F) sensor (sensor 1) signal voltage, and it uses fuel feedback control to maintain the optimal air/fuel rati
  • Page 310NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. cardiagn.com
  • Page 311Fuel pump failure Fuel injector failure Fuel pressure regulator failure Fuel line failure Fuel supply system failure Mass airflow (MAF) sensor range/performance problem Manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor range/performance problem A/F sensor (sensor 1) failure Secondary HO2S (sensor 2) failure V
  • Page 312DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0172 DTC P0172:Fuel System Too Rich General Description The powertrain control module (PCM) detects the oxygen content in the exhaust gas from the air/fuel ratio (A/F) sensor (sensor 1) signal voltage, and it uses fuel feedback control to maintain the optimal air/fuel rati
  • Page 313Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. cardiagn.com
  • Page 314Fuel pump failure Fuel injector failure Fuel pressure regulator failure Fuel line failure Fuel supply system failure Mass airflow (MAF) sensor range/performance problem Manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor range/performance problem A/F sensor (sensor 1) failure Secondary HO2S (sensor 2) failure V
  • Page 315DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0191 DTC P0191:Fuel Rail Pressure Sensor Circuit Range/Performance Problem General Description The powertrain control module (PCM) monitors the sensor signal of the fuel rail pressure sensor. Failures in function caused by an cardiagn.com open or a short circuits in the el
  • Page 316The fuel rail pressure sensor voltage difference between minimum and maximum value over one cycle is 0.0049 V or less for at least 2 seconds. Offset check - The error suspicion is set if the fuel rail pressure is below 130 kPa (1.32 kgf/cm2, 18.8 psi) for at least 0.05 second or greater than 1,300 k
  • Page 317DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0192, P0193 DTC P0192:Fuel Rail Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Voltage DTC P0193:Fuel Rail Pressure Sensor Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com The fuel rail pressure sensor senses fuel pressure and converts it into electrical signals. The powertrain control
  • Page 318Malfunction Threshold cardiagn.com
  • Page 319DTC: P0192 The fuel rail pressure sensor output voltage [FUEL PRESSURE CONVERTED FROM PF SENSOR] is 0.31 V or less for at least 1.5 seconds. DTC: P0193 The fuel rail pressure sensor output voltage [FUEL PRESSURE CONVERTED FROM PF SENSOR] is 4.89 V or more for at least 1.5 seconds. [ ]: HDS Parameter
  • Page 320DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0201, P0202, P0203, P0204 DTC P0201:No. 1 Cylinder Injector Circuit Malfunction DTC P0202:No. 2 Cylinder Injector Circuit Malfunction DTC P0203:No. 3 Cylinder Injector Circuit Malfunction DTC P0204:No. 4 Cylinder Injector Circuit Malfunction General Description cardiagn.co
  • Page 321Sequence None cardiagn.com
  • Page 322Duration – DTC Type One drive cycle, MIL on Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum 12 volt battery voltage 10 V - [BATTERY] State of the engine Running Crankshaft position (CKP) Normal sensor Camshaft position (CMP) sensor Normal [ ]: HDS Parameter Malfunction Threshold Either of the conditions
  • Page 323DTC: P0204 No. 4 injector failure No. 4 injector line open No. 4 injector line short to ground No. 4 injector line short to power No. 1 injector line short to ground Common Injector relay failure PCM internal circuit failure (injector driver power supply line open) High pressure fuel pump failure Di
  • Page 324DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0221 DTC P0221:Throttle Position (TP) Sensor B Out of Range General Description cardiagn.com The electronic throttle control system controls the throttle valve opening. The system includes the throttle actuator, the throttle valve, throttle position (TP) sensors A and B, t
  • Page 325Throttle body internal failure (TP sensor B) PCM internal circuit failure Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle, a Pending DTC is stored in the PCM memory. If the malfunction returns in the next (second) drive cycle, the MIL come
  • Page 326DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0222, P0223 DTC P0222:Throttle Position (TP) Sensor B Circuit Low Voltage DTC P0223:Throttle Position (TP) Sensor B Circuit High Voltage General Description The electronic throttle control system controls the throttle valve opening. The system includes the throttle actuato
  • Page 327[ ]: HDS Parameter Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. DTC: P0222 TP sensor B THL2 line short to ground TP sensor B VCC line open DTC: P0223 TP sensor B THL2 line open TP sensor B SG line open
  • Page 328DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0234 DTC P0234:Turbocharger Overboost Problem General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) controls the turbocharger boost pressure so that the boost pressure to the engine does not exceed the set upper pressure limit. When the boost pressure increa
  • Page 329cardiagn.co
  • Page 330Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum Engine coolant temperature 156 °F (69 °C) – [ECT SENSOR 1] Engine speed 1,000 rpm – [ENGINE SPEED] Other No change of boost pressure upper limit [ ]: HDS Parameter Malfunction Threshold Either one of conditions is met for at least 1.0 second, and fuel cut-
  • Page 331DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0235 DTC P0235:Turbocharger Boost Sensor Out of Range General Description cardiagn.com The turbocharger boost sensor senses turbocharger boost pressure (vacuum) and converts it into electrical signals. The turbocharger boost sensor outputs low signal voltage at high-vacuum
  • Page 332[ ]: HDS Parameter Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. Turbocharger boost sensor failure PCM internal circuit failure Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is dete
  • Page 333DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0236 DTC P0236:Turbocharger Boost Sensor Circuit Range/Performance Problem General Description cardiagn.com The barometric pressure (BARO) sensor, the manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor, and the turbocharger boost sensor are equipped to the vehicle to detect air press
  • Page 334At range "A": BARO sensor or turbocharger boost sensor is abnormal if the difference of the two pressure sensor values are specified or more (P00CF) At range "B": Turbocharger boost sensor or MAP sensor is abnormal if the difference of the two pressure sensor values are specified or more (P023D) Ran
  • Page 3351. Start the engine. Hold the engine speed [ENGINE SPEED] at 3,000 rpm without load (CVT in P or N, M/T in neutral) until the radiator fan comes on. cardiagn.com 2. Let the engine idle for at least 5 seconds. 3. Drive the vehicle at engine speed [ENGINE SPEED] 1,700 rpm or more with throttle positio
  • Page 336DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0237, P0238 DTC P0237:Turbocharger Boost Sensor Circuit Low Voltage DTC P0238:Turbocharger Boost Sensor Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com The turbocharger boost sensor senses turbocharger boost pressure (vacuum) and converts it into electrical signals.
  • Page 337The turbocharger boost sensor output voltage [TC BOOST PRESSURE SENSOR] is 0.23 V or less for at least 2 seconds. cardiagn.com
  • Page 338DTC: P0238 The turbocharger boost sensor output voltage [TC BOOST PRESSURE SENSOR] is 4.49 V or more for at least 2 seconds. [ ]: HDS Parameter Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. DTC: P0237 Tu
  • Page 339DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P023D DTC P023D:Turbocharger Boost Sensor/Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP) Sensor Incorrect Correlation General Description cardiagn.com The barometric pressure (BARO) sensor, the manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor, and the turbocharger boost sensor are equipped to the
  • Page 340At range "A": BARO sensor or turbocharger boost sensor is abnormal if the difference of the two pressure sensor values are specified or more (P00CF) At range "B": Turbocharger boost sensor or MAP sensor is abnormal if the difference of the two pressure sensor values are specified or more (P023D) Ran
  • Page 3411. Start the engine. Hold the engine speed [ENGINE SPEED] at 3,000 rpm without load (CVT in P or N, M/T in neutral) until the radiator fan comes on. 2. Let the engine idle for at least 5 seconds. 3. Drive the vehicle at engine speed [ENGINE SPEED] 1,700 rpm or more with throttle position 42.2 ° or m
  • Page 342DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0299 DTC P0299:Turbocharger Underboost Problem General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) controls the turbocharger control system to control boost pressure. When the difference between the target boost pressure and actual boost pressure is at a s
  • Page 343Enable Conditions cardiagn.com
  • Page 344Condition Minimum Maximum Engine coolant temperature 156 °F (69 °C) – [ECT SENSOR 1] Engine speed 3,000 rpm – [ENGINE SPEED] Other No change of boost pressure upper limit [ ]: HDS Parameter Malfunction Threshold The difference between the target boost pressure and actual boost pressure is 6 kPa (43.
  • Page 345DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P02CC, P02CE, P02D0, P02D2 DTC P02CC:No. 1 Cylinder Injector Offset Learning Exceeds Minimum Limit DTC P02CE:No. 2 Cylinder Injector Offset Learning Exceeds Minimum Limit DTC P02D0:No. 3 Cylinder Injector Offset Learning Exceeds Minimum Limit DTC P02D2:No. 4 Cylinder Inject
  • Page 346Enable Conditions cardiagn.com
  • Page 347Condition State of the engine Running Malfunction Threshold The error counter exceeds 100 counts.* *: The error count is incremented to the counter if the current injection time variation is less than -200 microseconds. Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potentia
  • Page 348DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0300, P0301, P0302, P0303, P0304 DTC P0300:Random Misfire Detected DTC P0301:No. 1 Cylinder Misfire Detected DTC P0302:No. 2 Cylinder Misfire Detected DTC P0303:No. 3 Cylinder Misfire Detected DTC P0304:No. 4 Cylinder Misfire Detected General Description cardiagn.com The c
  • Page 349Condition Minimum Maximum Elapsed time after monitor finishing condition except 1.0 second – immediate starting the engine None, unless the initial engine coolant temperature [ECT SENSOR 1] is 14 °F (-10 Engine coolant temperature °C) or less, in which case the monitor will not run until the engine
  • Page 350Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition cardiagn.com
  • Page 3511. Start the engine. Hold the engine speed [ENGINE SPEED] at 3,000 rpm without load (CVT in P or N, M/T in neutral) until the radiator fan comes on. 2. Drive the vehicle at a speed between 15 - 75 mph (25 - 120 km/h) for at least 3 minutes. 3. Stop the vehicle, and let the engine idle for at least 3
  • Page 352DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0326 DTC P0326:Knock Sensor Malfunction General Description cardiagn.com A nonresonant type of knock sensor is used, and it is mounted on the cylinder block to detect engine knocking. Vibration from engine combustion causes the torus-shaped weight to compress the ceramic e
  • Page 353Malfunction Threshold Either one of the conditions is met for at least 5.0 seconds. cardiagn.com
  • Page 354The knock sensor output signal strength is 60 or less at the engine speed [ENGINE SPEED] of 1,250 rpm*. The knock sensor output signal strength is 111 or less at the engine speed [ENGINE SPEED] of 2,500 rpm*. *: Depending on engine speed and load. Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a c
  • Page 355DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0327, P0328 DTC P0327:Knock Sensor Circuit Low Voltage DTC P0328:Knock Sensor Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com The knock sensor is mounted on the engine block and detects engine knocking. The vibrations caused by the knocking are converted into electri
  • Page 356cardiagn.co
  • Page 357Common Knock sensor failure PCM internal circuit failure Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle, a Pending DTC is stored in the PCM memory. If the malfunction returns in the next (second) drive cycle, the MIL comes on and a Confir
  • Page 358DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0335 DTC P0335:Crankshaft Position (CKP) Sensor No Signal General Description The crankshaft position (CKP) sensor detects injection/ignition timing for each cylinder and engine speed. The CKP sensor consists of cardiagn.com a rotor and a semiconductor that detects rotor p
  • Page 359The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive trips in which the diagnostic runs. The MIL, the Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the scan tool Clear command or by disconnecting the 12 volt battery. cardiagn.com
  • Page 360DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0339 DTC P0339:Crankshaft Position (CKP) Sensor Circuit Intermittent Interruption General Description The crankshaft position (CKP) sensor detects injection/ignition timing for each cylinder and engine speed. The CKP sensor consists of cardiagn.com a rotor and a semiconduc
  • Page 361DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the scan tool Clear command or by disconnecting the 12 volt battery. cardiagn.com
  • Page 362DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0340 DTC P0340:Camshaft Position (CMP) Sensor A No Signal General Description cardiagn.com Camshaft position (CMP) sensor A consists of a rotor and a semiconductor that detects rotor position and intake camshaft timing. When the rotor turns after starting the engine, the c
  • Page 363cardiagn.co
  • Page 364Conditions for clearing the DTC The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive trips in which the diagnostic runs. The MIL, the Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the scan tool Clear command or by disconnecting the 12 volt battery. car
  • Page 365DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0341 DTC P0341:Camshaft Position (CMP) Sensor A and Crankshaft Position (CKP) Sensor Incorrect Phase Detected General Description cardiagn.com Camshaft position (CMP) sensor A detects the intake camshaft timing and sends pulsing signals to the powertrain control module (PC
  • Page 366NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. cardiagn.com
  • Page 367CMP sensor A poor installation CMP sensor A stuck CMP sensor A range/performance problem VTC actuator A stuck VTC actuator A response delay Cam chain poor installation Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition Start the engine, and let it idle. When the diagnosis does not finish, allow the engine c
  • Page 368DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0344 DTC P0344:Camshaft Position (CMP) Sensor A Circuit Intermittent Interruption General Description cardiagn.com Camshaft position (CMP) sensor A consists of a rotor and a semiconductor that detects rotor position and intake camshaft timing. When the rotor turns after st
  • Page 369Conditions for clearing the DTC The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive trips in which the diagnostic runs. The MIL, the Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the scan tool Clear command or by disconnecting the 12 volt battery. car
  • Page 370DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0351, P0352, P0353, P0354 DTC P0351:No. 1 Cylinder Ignition Coil Circuit Malfunction DTC P0352:No. 2 Cylinder Ignition Coil Circuit Malfunction DTC P0353:No. 3 Cylinder Ignition Coil Circuit Malfunction DTC P0354:No. 4 Cylinder Ignition Coil Circuit Malfunction General Des
  • Page 371Possible Cause cardiagn.com
  • Page 372NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. DTC: P0351 No. 1 ignition coil IGN01 line open No. 1 ignition coil IGN01 line short to ground DTC: P0352 No. 2 ignition coil IGN02 line open No. 2 ignition coil IGN02 line
  • Page 373DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0365 DTC P0365:Camshaft Position (CMP) Sensor B Circuit No Signal General Description cardiagn.com Camshaft position (CMP) sensor B consists of a rotor and a semiconductor that detects rotor position. When the rotor turns after starting the engine, the changes of magnetic
  • Page 374Conditions for clearing the DTC The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive trips in which the diagnostic runs. The MIL, the Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the scan tool Clear command or by disconnecting the 12 volt battery. car
  • Page 375DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0366 DTC P0366:Camshaft Position (CMP) Sensor B and Crankshaft Position (CKP) Sensor Incorrect Phase Detected General Description cardiagn.com Camshaft position (CMP) sensor B detects the exhaust camshaft timing and sends pulsing signals to the powertrain control module (P
  • Page 376VTC actuator B stuck VTC actuator B phase deviation VTC oil control solenoid valve B stuck VTC actuator B failure (return spring cut) VTC system abnormal low oil pressure Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition Start the engine, and let it idle. When the diagnosis does not finish, allow the engin
  • Page 377DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0369 DTC P0369:Camshaft Position (CMP) Sensor B Circuit Intermittent Interruption General Description cardiagn.com Camshaft position (CMP) sensor B consists of a rotor and a semiconductor that detects rotor position. When the rotor turns after starting the engine, the chan
  • Page 378Conditions for clearing the DTC The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive trips in which the diagnostic runs. The MIL, the Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the scan tool Clear command or by disconnecting the 12 volt battery. car
  • Page 379DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0420 DTC P0420:Catalyst System Efficiency Below Threshold General Description cardiagn.com The three way catalytic converter (TWC) converts hydrocarbons (HC), carbon monoxide (CO), and oxides of nitrogen (NOx) in the exhaust gas to water vapor, carbon dioxide (CO2), and di
  • Page 380The secondary HO2S (sensor 2) fluctuation integration value is 3.0 V or more for at least 7.5 seconds. Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. TWC purification performance deterioration Secondary H
  • Page 381DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0441 DTC P0441:Evaporative Emission (EVAP) System Purge Flow Malfunction General Description cardiagn.com Negative side purge flow Boost side purge flow Purge back-flow (P2450) Condition Purge line normal, EVAP Flowing Flowing OK canister purge valve normal
  • Page 382Negative side purge flow Boost side purge flow Purge back-flow (P2450) Condition Non-return valve A Flowing Flowing NG (P2450) abnormal cardiagn.com
  • Page 383Negative side purge flow Boost side purge flow Purge back-flow (P2450) Condition Negative side purge line Not flowing Flowing – abnormal Boost side purge line Flowing Not flowing – abnormal Purge line abnormal, EVAP Not flowing Not flowing – canister purge valve open The fuel vapor in the fuel tank
  • Page 384Condition Minimum Maximum 12 volt battery voltage 10.5 V – [BATTERY] Fuel trim 0.75 1.47 EVAP canister purge valve duty 30 % 80 % [EVAP PC DUTY] Fuel feedback Closed loop at stoichiometric [ ]: HDS Parameter Malfunction Threshold The pulses detected by the FTP sensor are 30 % or less for at least 11
  • Page 385DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0442 DTC P0442:Evaporative Emission (EVAP) System Very Small Leak Detected General Description cardiagn.com
  • Page 386cardiagn.com The evaporative emission (EVAP) system monitor detects leaks in the fuel supply system by inducing and utilizing negative pressure in engine idle and vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode. This monitor is also used for diagnosing both the EVAP canister purge valve and EVAP canister vent shut valve fo
  • Page 387On the other side, if the pressure in fuel tank falls down below a calibrated rationality threshold, an EVAP canister purge valve stuck open (P0496) will be detected. If an EVAP canister purge valve stuck open (P0496) is detected, the EVAP system monitor will be aborted. Phase B: EVAP canister purge
  • Page 388Sequence None Duration – DTC Type Two drive cycles, MIL on Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum Elapsed time after starting the 10 minutes – engine Elapsed time since the last – 30 seconds canister purging Outside air temperature 32 °F (0 °C) 103.6 °F (39.8 °C) Initial engine coolant temperat
  • Page 389DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0443 DTC P0443:Evaporative Emission (EVAP) Canister Purge Valve Circuit Malfunction General Description The evaporative emission (EVAP) canister purge valve is attached to the vacuum port between the intake manifold and the EVAP canister. The powertrain control module (PCM
  • Page 390None. Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle, a Pending DTC is stored in the PCM memory. If the malfunction returns in the next (second) drive cycle, the MIL comes on and a Confirmed DTC and the freeze data are stored. Conditions
  • Page 391DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0449 DTC P0449:Evaporative Emission (EVAP) Canister Vent Shut Valve Circuit Open General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) monitors the evaporative emission (EVAP) canister vent shut valve for electrical malfunctions. The EVAP canister vent shut
  • Page 392DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0451 DTC P0451:Fuel Tank Pressure (FTP) Sensor Circuit Range/Performance Problem General Description cardiagn.com
  • Page 393cardiagn.co
  • Page 394The fuel tank pressure (FTP) sensor is installed on the evaporative emission (EVAP) canister. The FTP sensor is used to detect leaks in the EVAP system. The powertrain control module (PCM) monitors the FTP sensor output voltage. The FTP sensor output voltage rises as the fuel tank pressure increases
  • Page 395cardiagn.co
  • Page 3961. Start the engine, and let it idle until the radiator fan comes on. 2. Drive the vehicle at a steady speed 35 mph (56 km/h) for at least 10 seconds. 3. Decelerate with the throttle valve fully closed. 4. Repeat Driving Pattern steps 2 through 3, three times. Drive the vehicle in this manner only i
  • Page 397DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0452 DTC P0452:Fuel Tank Pressure (FTP) Sensor Circuit Low Voltage General Description cardiagn.com
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  • Page 399The fuel tank pressure (FTP) sensor is installed on the evaporative emission (EVAP) canister and detects the fuel tank pressure. The FTP sensor is used to detect leaks in the EVAP system. The powertrain control module (PCM) monitors the FTP sensor output voltage. The FTP sensor output voltage rises
  • Page 400DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0452 DTC P0452:Fuel Tank Pressure (FTP) Sensor Circuit Low Voltage General Description cardiagn.com
  • Page 401cardiagn.co
  • Page 402The fuel tank pressure (FTP) sensor is installed on the evaporative emission (EVAP) canister and detects the fuel tank pressure. The FTP sensor is used to detect leaks in the EVAP system. The powertrain control module (PCM) monitors the FTP sensor output voltage. The FTP sensor output voltage rises
  • Page 403DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0453 DTC P0453:Fuel Tank Pressure (FTP) Sensor Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com
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  • Page 405The fuel tank pressure (FTP) sensor is installed on the evaporative emission (EVAP) canister and detects the fuel tank pressure. The FTP sensor is used to detect leaks in the EVAP system. The powertrain control module (PCM) monitors the FTP sensor output voltage. The FTP sensor output voltage rises
  • Page 406DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0453 DTC P0453:Fuel Tank Pressure (FTP) Sensor Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com
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  • Page 408The fuel tank pressure (FTP) sensor is installed on the evaporative emission (EVAP) canister and detects the fuel tank pressure. The FTP sensor is used to detect leaks in the EVAP system. The powertrain control module (PCM) monitors the FTP sensor output voltage. The FTP sensor output voltage rises
  • Page 409DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0455 DTC P0455:Evaporative Emission (EVAP) System Large Leak Detected General Description cardiagn.com The evaporative emission (EVAP) leak detection system uses an engine off natural vacuum (EONV) method. The EONV method detects leakage from the change in fuel tank pressu
  • Page 410If the variation of the pressure is a specified value or more before first monitoring duration has passed, it is identified as normal and the diagnosis completes. If the variation of the pressure is less than a specified value for a specified duration after first monitoring duration has passed, it i
  • Page 411Condition Minimum Maximum 12 volt battery voltage 10.5 V – [BATTERY] Avoid abrupt acceleration, deceleration, and turns Test-drive on a flat road to avoid misdetection Other No refueling is required Vehicle stopped *: The initial intake air temperature [IAT Sensor (1)] minus the current intake air t
  • Page 412Conditions for clearing the DTC The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive trips in which the diagnostic runs. The MIL, the Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the scan tool Clear command or by disconnecting the 12 volt battery. car
  • Page 413DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0456 DTC P0456:Evaporative Emission (EVAP) System Very Small Leak Detected General Description cardiagn.com The evaporative emission (EVAP) leak detection system uses an engine off natural vacuum (EONV) method. The EONV method detects leakage from the change in fuel tank p
  • Page 414If the variation of the pressure is a specified value or more before first monitoring duration has passed, it is identified as normal and the diagnosis completes. If the variation of the pressure is less than a specified value for a specified duration after first monitoring duration has passed, it i
  • Page 415Condition Minimum Maximum 12 volt battery voltage 10.5 V – [BATTERY] Avoid abrupt acceleration, deceleration, and turns Test-drive on a flat road to avoid misdetection Other No refueling is required Vehicle stopped *: The initial intake air temperature [IAT Sensor (1)] minus the current intake air t
  • Page 416start-up within the specified temperature range, a Pending DTC is stored in the PCM memory. If the malfunction returns in the next (second) drive cycle with the engine coolant temperature and intake air temperature at engine start-up within the specified temperature range, the MIL comes on and a Con
  • Page 417Conditions for clearing the DTC The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive trips in which the diagnostic runs. The MIL, the Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the scan tool Clear command or by disconnecting the 12 volt battery. car
  • Page 418DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0461 DTC P0461:Fuel Level Sensor (Fuel Gauge Sending Unit) Circuit Range/Performance Problem General Description cardiagn.com The fuel level sensor (fuel gauge sending unit) is incorporated with the fuel pump and installed in the fuel tank. Using a built-in potentiometer a
  • Page 419Condition Minimum Maximum Mileage 124 miles (200 km) – Other Avoid driving and stopping on a steep road Malfunction Threshold The change in the fuel level sensor (fuel gauge sending unit) output [FUEL LEVEL] is 3.5 % or less. [ ]: HDS Parameter Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a comp
  • Page 420DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0462, P0463 DTC P0462:Fuel Level Sensor (Fuel Gauge Sending Unit) Circuit Low Voltage DTC P0463:Fuel Level Sensor (Fuel Gauge Sending Unit) Circuit High Voltage General Description Without CAN Gateway: cardiagn.com With CAN Gateway: The fuel level sensor (fuel gauge sendin
  • Page 421Monitor Execution, Sequence, Duration, DTC Type cardiagn.com
  • Page 422Execution Continuous Sequence None Duration 5 seconds or more DTC Type Two drive cycles, MIL off Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum 12 volt battery voltage 10.0 V – [BATTERY] Vehicle ON mode [ ]: HDS Parameter Malfunction Threshold DTC: P0462 The fuel level sensor (fuel gauge sending unit)
  • Page 423DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0480 DTC P0480:Radiator Fan Control (RFC) System Malfunction General Description cardiagn.com The radiator fan control (RFC) unit cools the radiator and the A/C condenser by controlling the cooling fan motor. The powertrain control module (PCM) communicates with the RFC un
  • Page 424RFC unit RFC DRIVER RLY OUT line open RFC unit GND line open RFC unit FAN CONTROL line open RFC unit FAN CONTROL line short RFC relay stuck off RFC unit failure PCM internal circuit failure Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. With the HDS Select the RADIATOR F
  • Page 425DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0497 DTC P0497:Evaporative Emission (EVAP) System Low Purge Flow Detected General Description cardiagn.com
  • Page 426cardiagn.com The evaporative emission (EVAP) system monitor detects leaks in the fuel supply system by inducing and utilizing negative pressure in engine idle and vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode. This monitor is also used for diagnosing both the EVAP canister purge valve and EVAP canister vent shut valve fo
  • Page 427On the other side, if the pressure in fuel tank falls down below a calibrated rationality threshold, an EVAP canister purge valve stuck open (P0496) will be detected. If an EVAP canister purge valve stuck open (P0496) is detected, the EVAP system monitor will be aborted. Phase B: EVAP canister purge
  • Page 428Sequence None Duration – DTC Type Two drive cycles, MIL on Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum Elapsed time after starting the 10 minutes – engine Elapsed time since the last – 30 seconds canister purging Outside air temperature 32 °F (0 °C) 103.6 °F (39.8 °C) Initial engine coolant temperat
  • Page 429DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0498 DTC P0498:Evaporative Emission (EVAP) Canister Vent Shut Valve Circuit Low Voltage General Description The evaporative emission (EVAP) canister vent shut valve is attached to the EVAP canister to control the venting of the EVAP canister to atmosphere. The EVAP caniste
  • Page 430Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC cardiagn.com
  • Page 431When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle, a Pending DTC is stored in the PCM memory. If the malfunction returns in the next (second) drive cycle, the MIL comes on and a Confirmed DTC and the freeze data are stored. Conditions for clearing the DTC The MIL is cleared if the malfunct
  • Page 432DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0499 DTC P0499:Evaporative Emission (EVAP) Canister Vent Shut Valve Circuit High Voltage General Description The evaporative emission (EVAP) canister vent shut valve is attached to the EVAP canister to control the venting of the EVAP canister to atmosphere. The EVAP canist
  • Page 433the next (second) drive cycle, the MIL comes on and a Confirmed DTC and the freeze data are stored. cardiagn.com
  • Page 434Conditions for clearing the DTC The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive trips in which the diagnostic runs. The MIL, the Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the scan tool Clear command or by disconnecting the 12 volt battery. car
  • Page 435DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P04DF DTC P04DF:Evaporative Emission (EVAP) System High Purge Flow Detected General Description cardiagn.com Negative side purge flow Boost side purge flow Purge back-flow (P2450) Condition Purge line normal, EVAP Flowing Flowing OK canister purge valve normal Non-return va
  • Page 436The fuel vapor in the fuel tank is temporarily stored in the evaporative emission (EVAP) canister and drawn into the engine through the EVAP canister purge valve. The powertrain control module (PCM) controls the amount of vapor introduced into the engine by varying the duty cycle of the EVAP caniste
  • Page 437EVAP canister purge valve open stuck Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition 1. Start the engine. Hold the engine speed [ENGINE SPEED] at 3,000 rpm without load (CVT in P or N, M/T in neutral) until the radiator fan comes on. 2. Let the engine idle for at least 64 seconds. 3. Drive the vehicle at
  • Page 438DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P04F0 DTC P04F0:Evaporative Emission (EVAP) System Incorrect Purge Flow Detected General Description cardiagn.com Negative side purge flow Boost side purge flow Purge back-flow (P2450) Condition Purge line normal, EVAP Flowing Flowing OK canister purge valve normal
  • Page 439Negative side purge flow Boost side purge flow Purge back-flow (P2450) Condition Non-return valve A Flowing Flowing NG (P2450) abnormal cardiagn.com
  • Page 440Negative side purge flow Boost side purge flow Purge back-flow (P2450) Condition Negative side purge line Not flowing Flowing – abnormal Boost side purge line Flowing Not flowing – abnormal Purge line abnormal, EVAP Not flowing Not flowing – canister purge valve open The fuel vapor in the fuel tank
  • Page 441Condition Minimum Maximum EVAP canister purge valve duty 30 % 80 % [EVAP PC DUTY] Fuel feedback Closed loop at stoichiometric [ ]: HDS Parameter Malfunction Threshold P145D is determined as NG and P04DF is determined as OK. Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all pote
  • Page 442DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P04F1 DTC P04F1:Evaporative Emission (EVAP) System Low Purge Flow Detected General Description cardiagn.com Negative side purge flow Boost side purge flow Purge back-flow (P2450) Condition Purge line normal, EVAP Flowing Flowing OK canister purge valve normal Non-return val
  • Page 443The fuel vapor in the fuel tank is temporarily stored in the evaporative emission (EVAP) canister and drawn into the engine through the EVAP canister purge valve. The powertrain control module (PCM) controls the amount of vapor introduced into the engine by varying the duty cycle of the EVAP caniste
  • Page 444EVAP canister purge valve closed stuck FTP sensor stuck EVAP system line clogged EVAP system line misinstalled Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition 1. Start the engine. Hold the engine speed [ENGINE SPEED] at 3,000 rpm without load (CVT in P or N, M/T in neutral) until the radiator fan comes o
  • Page 445DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0501 DTC P0501:CVT Speed Sensor Circuit Range/Performance General Description cardiagn.com The CVT speed sensor is attached to the outside of the torque converter housing. The CVT speed sensor detects the number of revolutions of the secondary driven gear and sends a pulsi
  • Page 446Condition Minimum Maximum Engine speed [Engine Speed] 500 rpm – Drive pulley speed [Input Shaft 200 rpm – (Drive Pulley) Speed rpm] 12 volt battery voltage [Battery 10.0 V – Voltage] Without D, S, L Shift lever paddle shifter position/mode With paddle D, S shifter Rotation speed [Secondary Shaft Spe
  • Page 447Drive the vehicle in this manner only if the traffic regulations and ambient conditions allow. With the HDS None. Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected, the MIL comes on, the shift position indicator blinks, and a Pending DTC, a Confirmed DTC, and the freeze
  • Page 448DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0502 DTC P0502:CVT Speed Sensor Circuit Open/Short General Description cardiagn.com The CVT speed sensor is attached to the outside of the torque converter housing. The CVT speed sensor detects the number of revolutions of the secondary driven gear and sends a pulsing sign
  • Page 449CVT speed sensor VEL-PWM line open (includes connector loose connection or disconnection) CVT speed sensor VCC line open (includes connector loose connection or disconnection) CVT speed sensor SG line open (includes connector loose connection or disconnection) CVT speed sensor VEL-PWM line short to
  • Page 450DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0506 DTC P0506:Idle Control System RPM Lower than Expected General Description cardiagn.com
  • Page 451A target idle speed that meets the engine operating conditions (coolant temperature, A/C ON or OFF, etc.) is stored in the powertrain control module (PCM). The PCM monitors and controls the idle speed so that the actual idle speed is equal to the target idle speed. If the actual idle speed varies be
  • Page 452DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0507 DTC P0507:Idle Control System RPM Higher than Expected General Description cardiagn.com
  • Page 453A target idle speed that meets the engine operating conditions (coolant temperature, A/C ON or OFF, etc.) is stored in the powertrain control module (PCM). The PCM monitors and controls the idle speed so that the actual idle speed is equal to the target idle speed. If the actual idle speed varies be
  • Page 454DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P050A DTC P050A:Cold Start Idle Air Control System Performance Problem General Description cardiagn.com
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  • Page 456The quick warm-up system supplies additional air and retards the ignition timing when the engine is cold to activate the catalytic converter as quickly as possible. When the actual amount of air is less than the target amount, the powertrain control module (PCM) detects a malfunction and stores a DT
  • Page 457DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the scan tool Clear command or by disconnecting the 12 volt battery. cardiagn.com
  • Page 458DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P050D DTC P050D:Cold Start Idle Speed Problem General Description cardiagn.com The quick warm-up system supplies additional air and retards the ignition timing when the engine is cold to activate the catalytic converter as quickly as possible. When the actual engine speed i
  • Page 459Sequence None cardiagn.com
  • Page 460Duration 3.5 seconds or more DTC Type Two drive cycles, MIL on Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum Elapsed time after starting the 2.5 seconds – engine Duration of quick warm-up system operation after engine – 40 seconds start-up Engine coolant temperature 50 °F (10 °C) 122 °F (50 °C) [ECT S
  • Page 461DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0532, P0533 DTC P0532:A/C Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Voltage DTC P0533:A/C Pressure Sensor Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com The A/C pressure sensor measures the change in the pressure of the air conditioning refrigerant. The signal from the A/C pressu
  • Page 462cardiagn.co
  • Page 463Malfunction Threshold DTC: P0532 The A/C pressure sensor output voltage [A/C PRESSURE SENSOR] is 0.24 V or less for at least 10 seconds. DTC: P0533 The A/C pressure sensor output voltage [A/C PRESSURE SENSOR] is 4.76 V or more for at least 10 seconds. [ ]: HDS Parameter Possible Cause NOTE: The caus
  • Page 464DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0560 DTC P0560:Powertrain Control Module (PCM) Power Source Circuit Unexpected Voltage General Description The powertrain control module (PCM) monitors permanent power supply line of the PCM. If the permanent power supply line for the PCM is interrupted for a specified tim
  • Page 465DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0562 DTC P0562:Charging System Low Voltage General Description cardiagn.com Driven by the engine, the alternator generates electricity according to the commands from the powertrain control module (PCM). The local interconnect network (LIN) line is connected to the alternat
  • Page 466Conditions for clearing the DTC The Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the scan tool Clear command or by disconnecting the 12 volt battery. cardiagn.com
  • Page 467DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0563 DTC P0563:Powertrain Control Module (PCM) Power Source Circuit Unexpected Voltage General Description Without Keyless Access System: cardiagn.com With Keyless Access System:
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  • Page 469If there is a short to ground in the harness between the powertrain control module (PCM) and PGM-FI main relay 1 circuit, PGM-FI main relay 1 circuit stays ON even if the vehicle is turned to the OFF (LOCK) mode, and the PCM remains active. However, the engine is not running because power for the ga
  • Page 470DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0571 DTC P0571:Brake Pedal Position Switch Circuit Malfunction General Description Without Keyless Access System: cardiagn.com With Keyless Access System: The powertrain control module (PCM) detects a brake pedal position switch malfunction by monitoring ON/OFF signals fro
  • Page 471Either of these conditions occurs: Symptom 1 The PCM inputs an ON signal from the brake pedal position switch (STOP SW line) for at least 5 minutes when the vehicle speed [VEHICLE SPEED] is at 13 mph (20 km/h) or more. Symptom 2 The PCM inputs an OFF signal from the brake pedal position switch (STOP
  • Page 472DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0600 DTC P0600:Serial Communication General Description cardiagn.com The driver IC which has diagnostic function and the CPU are built into the transmission control module (TCM). If the CPU cannot receive diagnostic information from the driver IC for a specified duration d
  • Page 473When a malfunction is detected, the MIL comes on, the shift position indicator blinks, and a Pending DTC, a Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data are stored in the TCM memory. Conditions for clearing the DTC The shift position indicator comes off by turning the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. The MIL i
  • Page 474DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0600 DTC P0600:Powertrain Control Module (PCM) Serial Communication Failure General Description cardiagn.com The driver IC which has diagnostic function and the CPU are built into the powertrain control module (PCM). If the CPU cannot receive diagnostic information from th
  • Page 475Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC cardiagn.com
  • Page 476When a malfunction is detected, the MIL comes on and a Pending DTC, a Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data are stored in the PCM memory. Conditions for clearing the DTC The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive trips in which the diagnostic runs. The MIL, the Pending D
  • Page 477DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0602 DTC P0602:Boot Mode (Programming Error) General Description The transmission control module (TCM) is equipped with an update program to update its control program. The programs in the CPU cardiagn.com of the TCM are classified as a TCM program (update-capable program)
  • Page 478DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0602 DTC P0602:Powertrain Control Module (PCM) Programming Error General Description The powertrain control module (PCM) is equipped with an update program to update its control program. The programs in the CPU of cardiagn.com the PCM are classified as a PCM program (updat
  • Page 479DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0607 DTC P0607:Powertrain Control Module (PCM) Internal Circuit Malfunction General Description DTC P0607 is stored if the internal failures of the powertrain control module (PCM) are detected: Starter relay driver IC disturbance The driver IC for starter relays in the PCM
  • Page 480PCM internal communication error The error counter exceeds 5 counts. Peripheral device error Peripheral monitoring function reports an error for at least 0.1 second. Throttle actuator driver IC error Any of the errors are reported: - Throttle actuator driver IC communication error - Throttle actuato
  • Page 481DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P060A DTC P060A:Powertrain Control Module (PCM) Internal Control Module Malfunction General Description When a malfunction occurs in the communication line between the main CPU and the sub CPU in the powertrain control module (PCM), no monitor signals from the sub CPU for a
  • Page 482DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0615 DTC P0615:Starter Cut Relay Diagnosis Circuit Malfunction General Description cardiagn.com
  • Page 483The starter control system prevents the starter from accidentally activating when the shift position is not in P or N position/mode (CVT) or the clutch pedal is released (M/T), or when the engine is running. If the vehicle is turned mistakenly while shift position is not in P or N position/mode (CVT
  • Page 484DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0616 DTC P0616:Starter Cut Relay Diagnosis Circuit Low Voltage General Description cardiagn.com
  • Page 485The starter control system prevents the starter from accidentally activating when the shift position is not in P or N position/mode (CVT) or the clutch pedal is released (M/T), or when the engine is running. If the vehicle is turned mistakenly while shift position is not in P or N position/mode (CVT
  • Page 486DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0617 DTC P0617:Starter Cut Relay Diagnosis Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com
  • Page 487The starter control system prevents the starter from accidentally activating when the shift position is not in P or N position/mode (CVT) or the clutch pedal is released (M/T), or when the engine is running. If the vehicle is turned mistakenly while shift position is not in P or N position/mode (CVT
  • Page 488DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P061B DTC P061B:Powertrain Control Module (PCM) Internal Malfunction (Torque Calculation) General Description cardiagn.com
  • Page 489cardiagn.co
  • Page 490The powertrain control module (PCM) calculates the target torque from the accelerator pedal inputs, external demands, and auxiliary load information, and calculates the allowable torque of up to acceleration state leads to hazardous event for the target torque. Abnormal accelerations are detected by
  • Page 491DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P062B DTC P062B:Powertrain Control Module (PCM) Internal Circuit Malfunction General Description cardiagn.com The injector supplies fuel to the engine and its fuel pressure is adjusted by high pressure fuel pump output duty cycle, and controlled by the powertrain control mo
  • Page 492DTC Type One drive cycle, MIL on Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum 12 volt battery voltage 7V – [BATTERY] State of the engine Running [ ]: HDS Parameter Malfunction Threshold The CPU cannot communicate with injector driver at least 100 times (counts once per 30 ° camshaft angle). Possible
  • Page 493DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P062F DTC P062F:TCM Internal Control Module Error General Description The transmission control module (TCM) is equipped with a keep alive memory (KAM). The data (control learn data, etc.) for powertrain cardiagn.com control and information (vehicle identification number (VI
  • Page 494DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P062F DTC P062F:Powertrain Control Module (PCM) Internal Control Module Keep Alive Memory (KAM) Error General Description The powertrain control module (PCM) is equipped with an electrically erasable programmable read-only memory (EEPROM). The data cardiagn.com (control lea
  • Page 495DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0630 DTC P0630:VIN Not Programmed or Mismatch General Description The powertrain control module (PCM) stores a vehicle identification number (VIN) in the electrically erasable programmable read-only cardiagn.com memory (EEPROM) and outputs the VIN according to commands fro
  • Page 496DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0641 DTC P0641:Sensor Reference Voltage 1 Circuit Malfunction General Description cardiagn.com The transmission control module (TCM) is equipped with a voltage monitor (5 V power source) to supply a stable 5 V to each sensor as reference voltage. The correct voltages for t
  • Page 497Conditions for clearing the DTC The shift position indicator comes off by turning the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive trips in which the diagnostic runs. The MIL, the Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be
  • Page 498DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0641 DTC P0641:Sensor Reference Voltage A Malfunction General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) is equipped with a voltage monitor (5 V power source) to supply a stable 5 V to each sensor as reference voltage. The correct voltage for the sensors
  • Page 499Manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor VCC line short to power Fuel rail pressure sensor VCC line short to power Crankshaft position (CKP) sensor VCC line short to power Throttle body VCC line short to power Accelerator pedal position (APP) sensor VCC line short to power Output shaft (countershaft)
  • Page 500DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0651 DTC P0651:Sensor Reference Voltage 2 Circuit Malfunction General Description cardiagn.com The transmission control module (TCM) is equipped with a voltage monitor (5 V power source) to supply a stable 5 V to each sensor as reference voltage. The correct voltages for t
  • Page 501Conditions for clearing the DTC The shift position indicator comes off by turning the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive trips in which the diagnostic runs. The MIL, the Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be
  • Page 502DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0651 DTC P0651:Sensor Reference Voltage B Malfunction General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) is equipped with a voltage monitor (5 V power source) to supply a stable 5 V to each sensor as reference voltage. The correct voltage for the sensors
  • Page 503A/C pressure sensor VCC line short to power Accelerator pedal position (APP) sensor VCC line short to power Turbocharger VCC line short to power Turbocharger boost sensor VCC line short to power Camshaft position (CMP) sensor A VCC line short to power Camshaft position (CMP) sensor B VCC line short
  • Page 504DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0657 DTC P0657:Powertrain Control Module (PCM) Power Supply Circuit Malfunction General Description Without Keyless Access System: cardiagn.com With Keyless Access System:
  • Page 505cardiagn.com Main CPU and driver ICs are built into the powertrain control module (PCM). The main CPU receives drive commands and driver IC drives each corresponding devices. Power for the main CPU is provided from +B BACKUP FI-ECU line via CPU power supply, and power for the driver ICs are provided
  • Page 506Diagnosis Details cardiagn.com
  • Page 507Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected, the MIL comes on and a Pending DTC, a Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data are stored in the PCM memory. Conditions for clearing the DTC The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive trips in which the diagnost
  • Page 508DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P065A DTC P065A:ACG No Charging Malfunction General Description cardiagn.com Driven by the engine, the alternator generates electricity according to the commands from the powertrain control module (PCM). The local interconnect network (LIN) line is connected to the alternat
  • Page 509When a malfunction is detected, a Pending DTC, a Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data are stored in the PCM memory. The MIL does not come on. Conditions for clearing the DTC The Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the scan tool Clear command or by disconnecting the
  • Page 510DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0687 DTC P0687:A/F Sensor (Sensor 1) Heater Power Source Circuit Short to Power General Description A heater for the sensor element is embedded in the air/fuel ratio (A/F) sensor (sensor 1), and it is controlled and monitored by the powertrain control module (PCM). It is a
  • Page 511NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. cardiagn.com
  • Page 512A/F sensor (sensor 1) heater failure Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle, a Pending DTC is stored in the PCM memory. If the malfunction returns in the next (second) drive cycle, the MIL comes on and a Confirmed DTC and the free
  • Page 513DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P06A8 DTC P06A8:Internal VCC Power Malfunction General Description cardiagn.com The transmission control module (TCM) monitors the internal 5 V power supply by comparing it to the A/D input power supply voltage (3.3 V). When the 5 V power supply is normal, the comparison po
  • Page 514Monitor Execution, Sequence, Duration, DTC Type cardiagn.com
  • Page 515Execution Continuous Sequence None Duration 2 seconds or more DTC Type One drive cycle, MIL on, Shift position indicator blinks Enable Conditions Condition Vehicle ON mode Malfunction Threshold The TCM internal comparison power supply voltage is specified value or less, specified value or more for a
  • Page 516DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P06A8 DTC P06A8:Internal VCC Power Malfunction General Description cardiagn.com Main CPU and sub CPU are built into the powertrain control module (PCM). The main CPU supplies 3.3 V power voltage to the sub CPU. The sub CPU converts (A/D conversion) the supplied power voltag
  • Page 517Execution Continuous cardiagn.com
  • Page 518Sequence None Duration 2.0 seconds or more DTC Type One drive cycle, MIL on Enable Conditions Condition Vehicle ON mode Malfunction Threshold The PCM internal comparison power supply voltage is 3.10 V or less, 3.51 V or more for at least 2.0 seconds. Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be
  • Page 519DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0703 DTC P0703:Brake Pedal Position Switch (NC) Malfunction General Description Without Keyless Access System: cardiagn.com With Keyless Access System: The powertrain control module (PCM) detects a brake pedal position switch malfunction by monitoring ON/OFF signals from t
  • Page 520Either of these conditions occurs: Symptom 1 The PCM inputs an ON signal from the brake pedal position switch (BKSWNC line) for at least 5 minutes when the vehicle speed [VEHICLE SPEED] is at 13 mph (20 km/h) or more. Symptom 2 The PCM inputs an OFF signal from the brake pedal position switch (BKSWN
  • Page 521DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0705 DTC P0705:Transmission Range Switch Multiple Shift Position Input General Description Without paddle shifter cardiagn.com With paddle shifter Transmission range switch contact point input matrix Without paddle shifter Input per switch Shift lever position/mode ATP-P A
  • Page 522Input per switch Shift lever position/mode ATP-P ATP-R ATP-RVS ATP-N ATP-D ATP-S ATP-L ATP-FWD D X X X X O X X O S X X X X X O X O L X X X X X X O O With paddle shifter Input per switch Shift lever position/mode ATP-P ATP-R ATP-RVS ATP-N ATP-D ATP-S ATP-FWD P O X X X X X X R X O O X X X X N X X X O
  • Page 5231. Start the engine. 2. With the brake pedal pressed, place the shift lever in each position/mode for at least 1 second. With the HDS None. Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected, the MIL comes on, the shift position indicator blinks, and a Pending DTC, a Con
  • Page 524DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0706 DTC P0706:Transmission Range Switch Open General Description Without paddle shifter cardiagn.com With paddle shifter Transmission range switch contact point input matrix Without paddle shifter Input per switch Shift lever position/mode ATP-P ATP-R ATP-RVS ATP-N ATP-D
  • Page 525Input per switch Shift lever position/mode ATP-P ATP-R ATP-RVS ATP-N ATP-D ATP-S ATP-L ATP-FWD D X X X X O X X O S X X X X X O X O L X X X X X X O O With paddle shifter Input per switch Shift lever position/mode ATP-P ATP-R ATP-RVS ATP-N ATP-D ATP-S ATP-FWD P O X X X X X X R X O O X X X X N X X X O
  • Page 526cardiagn.com 1. Start the engine. 2. Accelerate the vehicle in D position/mode to 30 mph (48 km/h) or more. 3. Slow down to 6 mph (10 km/h) for several seconds. 4. Stop the vehicle, and turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. 5. Repeat Driving Pattern steps 1 through 3. Drive the vehicle in this ma
  • Page 527DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0710 DTC P0710:CVT Fluid Temperature Sensor (Out of Range) General Description The transmission fluid temperature sensor is a thermistor type sensor that changes resistance according to the change in transmission fluid temperature. The transmission control module (TCM) sen
  • Page 528Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC cardiagn.com
  • Page 529When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle, a Pending DTC is stored in the TCM memory. If the malfunction returns in the next (second) drive cycle, the MIL comes on, the shift position indicator blinks, and a Confirmed DTC and the freeze data are stored. Conditions for clearing the
  • Page 530DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0711 DTC P0711:CVT Fluid Temperature Sensor (Range/Performance) General Description cardiagn.com The transmission fluid temperature sensor is a thermistor type sensor that changes resistance according to the change in transmission fluid temperature. The transmission contro
  • Page 531Condition Minimum Maximum Initial engine coolant temperature [Engine Coolant – 95 °F (35 °C) Temperature] [ ]: HDS Parameter cardiagn.com
  • Page 532Condition Minimum Maximum Transmission fluid temperature – 14 °F (-10 °C) [CVTF Temperature] Initial transmission fluid temperature [CVTF – 14 °F (-10 °C) Temperature] Vehicle speed [Vehicle Speed] 19 mph (30 km/h) – Throttle position 4° – After the engine coolant temperature [Engine Coolant Tempera
  • Page 533stored. cardiagn.com
  • Page 534Conditions for clearing the DTC The shift position indicator comes off by turning the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive trips in which the diagnostic runs. The MIL, the Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be
  • Page 535DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0712, P0713 DTC P0712:CVT Fluid Temperature Sensor (Short) DTC P0713:CVT Fluid Temperature Sensor (Open) General Description The transmission fluid temperature sensor is a thermistor type sensor that changes resistance according to the change in transmission cardiagn.com f
  • Page 536cardiagn.co
  • Page 537Common Transmission fluid temperature sensor failure TCM internal circuit failure Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition 1. Start the engine. 2. Shift to P position/mode, and wait for at least 10 seconds. With the HDS None. Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is d
  • Page 538DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0714 DTC P0714:CVT Fluid Temperature Sensor (Intermittent Failure) General Description cardiagn.com The transmission fluid temperature sensor is a thermistor type sensor that changes resistance according to the change in transmission fluid temperature. The transmission con
  • Page 539Enable Conditions cardiagn.com
  • Page 540Condition Minimum Maximum Elapsed time after the vehicle condition is turned to the OFF 6 hours – (LOCK) mode Other Not to be towed during engine stop Malfunction Threshold The temperature in the transmission fluid temperature sensor deviates from the temperature in ECT sensor 2, less than -43 °F (-
  • Page 541DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0716 DTC P0716:Input/Turbine Speed Sensor "A" Circuit Range/Performance General Description cardiagn.com The torque converter turbine speed sensor is attached to the outside of the transmission housing. The torque converter turbine speed sensor detects the number of revolu
  • Page 542Condition Minimum Maximum Engine speed [Engine Speed] 500 rpm – Drive pulley speed [Input Shaft 550 rpm – (Drive Pulley) Speed rpm] Torque converter turbine speed [Torque Converter Turbine 500 rpm – Speed] 12 volt battery voltage [Battery 10.0 V – Voltage] Without D, S, L Shift lever paddle shifter
  • Page 543DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0717 DTC P0717:Input/Turbine Speed Sensor "A" Circuit No Signal General Description cardiagn.com The torque converter turbine speed sensor is attached to the outside of the transmission housing. The torque converter turbine speed sensor detects the number of revolutions of
  • Page 544Condition Minimum Maximum Engine speed [Engine Speed] 550 rpm – Drive pulley speed [Input Shaft 350 rpm – (Drive Pulley) Speed rpm] 12 volt battery voltage [Battery 10.0 V – Voltage] Without D, S, L Shift lever paddle shifter position/mode With paddle D, S shifter Not when the shift lever is being s
  • Page 545DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0720 DTC P0720:Output Shaft (Countershaft) Speed Sensor Circuit Malfunction General Description cardiagn.com The output shaft (countershaft) speed sensor is attached to the transmission housing to sense output shaft (countershaft) revolutions. The powertrain control module
  • Page 546Output shaft (countershaft) speed sensor NC line short to ground Output shaft (countershaft) speed sensor NC line open Output shaft (countershaft) speed sensor connector disconnection Output shaft (countershaft) speed sensor failure PCM internal circuit failure Diagnosis Details Conditions for setti
  • Page 547DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0741 DTC P0741:Torque Converter Clutch Circuit Performance or Stuck OFF General Description cardiagn.com The power transfer capacity of the torque converter clutch is controlled by the balance of transmission fluid supply to and discharge from the torque converter. When hy
  • Page 548Condition Minimum Maximum Engine speed [Engine Speed] 1,000 rpm – Vehicle speed [Vehicle Speed] 28 mph (45 km/h) – Accelerator pedal position – 13 °/1 second variation Without D, S, L Shift lever paddle shifter position/mode With paddle D, S shifter [ ]: HDS Parameter Malfunction Threshold Differenc
  • Page 5491. Start the engine. 2. With the brake pedal pressed, place the shift lever in from N position/mode to D position/mode. 3. Drive the vehicle at a steady speed of 37 mph (60 km/h), for at least 1 minute. 4. Slow down and stop the vehicle. 5. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. 6. Repeat Driving
  • Page 550DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0746 DTC P0746:CVT Drive Pulley Pressure Control Solenoid Valve Stuck OFF General Description cardiagn.com The CVT drive pulley pressure control solenoid valve controls hydraulic pressure to the drive pulley. The CVT drive pulley pressure control solenoid valve is controll
  • Page 551Sequence None cardiagn.com
  • Page 552Duration Depending on the driving conditions DTC Type Two drive cycles, MIL on, Shift position indicator blinks Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum Engine speed [Engine Speed] 500 rpm – Vehicle speed [Vehicle Speed]* – 3 mph (5 km/h) – 2.7 °* Accelerator pedal position 4 °** – 30 °*** – Shif
  • Page 553cardiagn.co
  • Page 5541. Start the engine. 2. Accelerate the vehicle in D position/mode until the speed reaches 37 mph (60 km/h). 3. Slow down and stop the vehicle. 4. Accelerate the vehicle with wide open throttle. 5. Slow down and stop the vehicle. 6. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. 7. Repeat Driving Pattern s
  • Page 555DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0777 DTC P0777:CVT Driven Pulley Pressure Control Solenoid Valve Stuck ON General Description cardiagn.com The CVT driven pulley pressure control solenoid valve controls hydraulic pressure to the driven pulley. The CVT driven pulley pressure control solenoid valve is contr
  • Page 556Symptom Vehicle conditions TCM detection Pulley ratio [Pulley Ratio] is more than 2 Running 3.0 Possible Cause cardiagn.com
  • Page 557NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. CVT driven pulley pressure control solenoid valve stuck on Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition cardiagn.com 1. Start the engine. 2. Accelerate the vehicle in D posit
  • Page 558DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0780 DTC P0780:Shift Error General Description DTC P0780 is stored when P1898 (CVT drive pulley pressure control valve stuck ON or CVT driven pulley pressure control valve stuck OFF), or P1899 (CVT drive pulley pressure control valve stuck OFF or CVT driven pulley pressure
  • Page 559DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0792 DTC P0792:Intermediate Shaft Speed Sensor "A" Circuit Range/Performance General Description cardiagn.com The CVT drive pulley speed sensor is attached to the outside of the end cover. The CVT drive pulley speed sensor detects the number of revolutions of the gear on t
  • Page 560Condition Minimum Maximum Engine speed [Engine Speed] 500 rpm – Drive pulley speed [Input Shaft 500 rpm – (Drive Pulley) Speed rpm] Torque converter turbine speed [Torque Converter Turbine 550 rpm – Speed] 12 volt battery voltage [Battery 10.0 V – Voltage] Without D, S, L Shift lever paddle shifter
  • Page 561DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0793 DTC P0793:Intermediate Shaft Speed Sensor "A" Circuit No Signal General Description cardiagn.com The CVT drive pulley speed sensor is attached to the outside of the end cover. The CVT drive pulley speed sensor detects the number of revolutions of the gear on the drive
  • Page 562Condition Minimum Maximum Engine speed [Engine Speed] 550 rpm – Torque converter turbine speed [Torque Converter Turbine 350 rpm – Speed] 12 volt battery voltage [Battery 10.0 V – Voltage] Without D, S, L Shift lever paddle shifter position/mode With paddle D, S shifter Not when the shift lever is b
  • Page 563DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0796 DTC P0796:Pressure Control Solenoid Valve "C" Performance or Stuck OFF General Description cardiagn.com The CVT clutch pressure control solenoid valve controls hydraulic pressure to the forward clutch and the reverse brake. The CVT clutch pressure control solenoid val
  • Page 564cardiagn.co
  • Page 565NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. CVT clutch pressure control solenoid valve stuck off Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition 1. Start the engine. 2. With the brake pedal pressed, place the shift lever
  • Page 566DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0797 DTC P0797:Pressure Control Solenoid Valve "C" Stuck ON General Description cardiagn.com The CVT clutch pressure control solenoid valve controls hydraulic pressure to the forward clutch and the reverse brake. The CVT clutch pressure control solenoid valve is controlled
  • Page 567CVT clutch pressure control solenoid valve stuck on Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition 1. Start the engine. 2. With the brake pedal pressed, place the shift lever in from N position/mode to D position/mode, then shift to N position/mode, and wait for at least 2 seconds. 3. Repeat Driving Pat
  • Page 568DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0831 DTC P0831:Clutch Pedal Position Switch A Circuit High Voltage General Description The powertrain control module (PCM) monitors the clutch pedal position switch A signal to switch the starting system from auto control cardiagn.com mode to manual mode when it malfunctio
  • Page 569Conditions for clearing the DTC The Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the scan tool Clear command or by disconnecting the 12 volt battery. cardiagn.com
  • Page 570DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0842, P0843 DTC P0842:Transmission Fluid Pressure Sensor/Switch "A" Circuit Low DTC P0843:Transmission Fluid Pressure Sensor/Switch "A" Circuit High General Description cardiagn.com The CVT driven pulley pressure sensor uses a strain gauge. The output voltage changes depen
  • Page 571DTC: P0843 CVT driven pulley pressure sensor PDN line open (includes connector loose connection or disconnection) CVT driven pulley pressure sensor SG line open (includes connector loose connection or disconnection) Common CVT driven pulley pressure sensor VCC line open (includes connector loose con
  • Page 572DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0850 DTC P0850:Neutral Position Sensor A/B Incorrect Voltage Correlation General Description cardiagn.com Table A: Neutral position sensor output voltage NSS1 voltage NSS2 voltage Neutral 2.7 - 3.0 V 1.35 - 1.5 V Neutral position sensor A and neutral position sensor B are
  • Page 573The neutral position sensor correlation allowed voltage calculate expression: Neutral position sensor A voltage/2 - Neutral position sensor B voltage Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. Neutral
  • Page 574DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0851, P0852 DTC P0851:Neutral Position Sensor A Circuit Low Voltage DTC P0852:Neutral Position Sensor A Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com Table A: Neutral position sensor output voltage NSS1 voltage NSS2 voltage Neutral 2.7 - 3.0 V 1.35 - 1.5 V Neutral
  • Page 575Possible Cause cardiagn.com
  • Page 576NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. DTC: P0851 Neutral position sensor A VCC line open Neutral position sensor A NSS1 line short to ground DTC: P0852 Neutral position sensor A SG line open Neutral position se
  • Page 577DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0962 DTC P0962:CVT Drive Pulley Pressure Control Valve Circuit Low General Description cardiagn.com The CVT drive pulley pressure control solenoid valve controls hydraulic pressure to the drive pulley. The CVT drive pulley pressure control solenoid valve is controlled by d
  • Page 578Sequence None cardiagn.com
  • Page 579Duration 1 second or more DTC Type One drive cycle, MIL on, Shift position indicator blinks Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum 12 volt battery voltage [Battery 10.0 V – Voltage] [ ]: HDS Parameter Malfunction Threshold One of the conditions is met for at least 1 second: TCM internal driver
  • Page 580DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0963 DTC P0963:CVT Drive Pulley Pressure Control Valve Circuit High General Description cardiagn.com The CVT drive pulley pressure control solenoid valve controls hydraulic pressure to the drive pulley. The CVT drive pulley pressure control solenoid valve is controlled by
  • Page 581Execution Continuous Sequence None cardiagn.com
  • Page 582Duration 1 second or more DTC Type One drive cycle, MIL on, Shift position indicator blinks Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum 12 volt battery voltage [Battery 10.0 V – Voltage] [ ]: HDS Parameter Malfunction Threshold One of the conditions is met for at least 1 second: TCM internal driver
  • Page 583DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0966 DTC P0966:CVT Driven Pulley Pressure Control Valve Circuit Low General Description cardiagn.com The CVT driven pulley pressure control solenoid valve controls hydraulic pressure to the driven pulley. The CVT driven pulley pressure control solenoid valve is controlled
  • Page 584Sequence None cardiagn.com
  • Page 585Duration 1 second or more DTC Type One drive cycle, MIL on, Shift position indicator blinks Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum 12 volt battery voltage [Battery 10.0 V – Voltage] [ ]: HDS Parameter Malfunction Threshold One of the conditions is met for at least 1 second: TCM internal driver
  • Page 586DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0967 DTC P0967:CVT Driven Pulley Pressure Control Valve Circuit High General Description cardiagn.com The CVT driven pulley pressure control solenoid valve controls hydraulic pressure to the driven pulley. The CVT driven pulley pressure control solenoid valve is controlled
  • Page 587Execution Continuous Sequence None cardiagn.com
  • Page 588Duration 1 second or more DTC Type One drive cycle, MIL on, Shift position indicator blinks Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum 12 volt battery voltage [Battery 10.0 V – Voltage] [ ]: HDS Parameter Malfunction Threshold One of the conditions is met for at least 1 second: TCM internal driver
  • Page 589DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0970 DTC P0970:Pressure Control Solenoid "C" Control Circuit Low General Description cardiagn.com The CVT clutch pressure control solenoid valve controls hydraulic pressure to the forward clutch and the reverse brake. The CVT clutch pressure control solenoid valve is contr
  • Page 590Sequence None cardiagn.com
  • Page 591Duration 1 second or more DTC Type One drive cycle, MIL on, Shift position indicator blinks Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum 12 volt battery voltage [Battery 10.0 V – Voltage] [ ]: HDS Parameter Malfunction Threshold One of the conditions is met for at least 1 second: TCM internal driver
  • Page 592DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0971 DTC P0971:Pressure Control Solenoid "C" Control Circuit High General Description cardiagn.com The CVT clutch pressure control solenoid valve controls hydraulic pressure to the forward clutch and the reverse brake. The CVT clutch pressure control solenoid valve is cont
  • Page 593Execution Continuous Sequence None cardiagn.com
  • Page 594Duration 1 second or more DTC Type One drive cycle, MIL on, Shift position indicator blinks Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum 12 volt battery voltage [Battery 10.0 V – Voltage] [ ]: HDS Parameter Malfunction Threshold One of the conditions is met for at least 1 second: TCM internal driver
  • Page 595DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0976 DTC P0976:Shift Solenoid Valve "B" Circuit Low General Description Torque converter clutch status by shift solenoid valve B output Torque Converter Clutch Shift Solenoid Valve B OFF OFF cardiagn.com ON ON Shift solenoid valve B controls the drain circuit close/open co
  • Page 596Drive the vehicle in this manner only if the traffic regulations and ambient conditions allow. cardiagn.com
  • Page 597With the HDS None. Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle, a Pending DTC is stored in the TCM memory. If the malfunction returns in the next (second) drive cycle, the MIL comes on, the shift position indicator blinks, and a Confir
  • Page 598DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P0977 DTC P0977:Shift Solenoid Valve "B" Circuit High General Description Torque converter clutch status by shift solenoid valve B output Torque Converter Clutch Shift Solenoid Valve B OFF OFF cardiagn.com ON ON Shift solenoid valve B controls the drain circuit close/open c
  • Page 599With the HDS cardiagn.com
  • Page 600None. Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle, a Pending DTC is stored in the TCM memory. If the malfunction returns in the next (second) drive cycle, the MIL comes on, the shift position indicator blinks, and a Confirmed DTC and t
  • Page 601DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P1009 DTC P1009:Variable Valve Timing Control (VTC) A Advance Malfunction General Description cardiagn.com The variable valve timing control (VTC) system controls the phase of the intake camshaft and exhaust camshaft. It uses oil pressure to operate the VTC actuator A so th
  • Page 602VTC actuator A advanced angle side stuck Cam chain elongation VTC oil control solenoid valve A advanced angle side stuck VTC oil control solenoid valve A short Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition Start the engine, and let it idle. With the HDS None. Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting th
  • Page 603DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P101A DTC P101A:Variable Valve Timing Control (VTC) B Advance Malfunction General Description cardiagn.com The variable valve timing control (VTC) system controls the phase of the intake camshaft and exhaust camshaft. It uses oil pressure to operate the VTC actuator B so th
  • Page 604VTC actuator B abnormal retarded phase angle VTC oil control solenoid valve B stuck Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition Start the engine, and let it idle. With the HDS None. Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected, the MIL comes on and a Pending DTC, a
  • Page 605DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P1172 DTC P1172:Air/Fuel Ratio (A/F) Sensor (Sensor 1) Circuit Out of Range High General Description cardiagn.com If a malfunction causes the air/fuel ratio (A/F) sensor (sensor 1) signal to the powertrain control module (PCM) to deviate from the normal control area, the A/
  • Page 606A/F sensor (sensor 1) failure Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition 1. Start the engine. Hold the engine speed [ENGINE SPEED] at 3,000 rpm without load (CVT in P or N, M/T in neutral) until the radiator fan comes on, then let it idle. 2. Air/fuel ratio feedback is started while idling, hold for
  • Page 607DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P1454 DTC P1454:Fuel Tank Pressure (FTP) Sensor Circuit Range/Performance Problem General Description cardiagn.com The fuel tank pressure is about 0 kPa (0 mmHg, 0 inHg) when starting a cold engine. When the fuel tank pressure (FTP) sensor output value is out of a specified
  • Page 6081. If neither Pending DTCs (P1454 nor P2422) are stored, both Pending DTCs are stored when excessive vacuum is detected at engine start. 2. If both Pending DTCs (P1454 and P2422) are stored and excessive vacuum is detected, both Confirmed DTCs are stored. 3. If either Pending DTC (P1454 or P2422) is
  • Page 609DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P1458 DTC P1458:Fuel Tank Pressure (FTP) Sensor Circuit Range/Performance Problem General Description cardiagn.com The evaporative emission (EVAP) leak detection system uses an engine off natural vacuum (EONV) method. The EONV method detects leakage from the change in fuel
  • Page 610Judgment 2: cardiagn.com
  • Page 611After the engine has stopped, the PCM monitors the variation of the FTP sensor output to detect FTP sensor electrical noise failure, after keeping the canister vent opened for a specified time to stabilize the pressure inside the fuel tank. If the difference of pressure inside the fuel tank and an a
  • Page 6121. After the vehicle has been left for an appropriate amount of time as specified, with the engine coolant temperature [ECT SENSOR 1] and intake air temperature [IAT Sensor (1)] within the specified range, start the engine. cardiagn.com 2. Drive the vehicle immediately at a speed between 25 - 75 mph
  • Page 613DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P145D DTC P145D:Evaporative Emission (EVAP) System Purge Flow Malfunction at turbocharging General Description cardiagn.com Negative side purge flow Boost side purge flow Purge back-flow (P2450) Condition Purge line normal, EVAP Flowing Flowing OK canister purge valve norma
  • Page 614Negative side purge flow Boost side purge flow Purge back-flow (P2450) Condition Non-return valve A Flowing Flowing NG (P2450) abnormal cardiagn.com
  • Page 615Negative side purge flow Boost side purge flow Purge back-flow (P2450) Condition Negative side purge line Not flowing Flowing – abnormal Boost side purge line Flowing Not flowing – abnormal Purge line abnormal, EVAP Not flowing Not flowing – canister purge valve open The fuel vapor in the fuel tank
  • Page 616Condition Minimum Maximum EVAP canister purge valve duty 30 % 80 % [EVAP PC DUTY] Fuel feedback Closed loop at stoichiometric [ ]: HDS Parameter Malfunction Threshold The pulses detected by the FTP sensor are 30 % or less for at least 11 seconds. Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a co
  • Page 617DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P1549 DTC P1549:Charging System High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com Driven by the engine, the alternator generates electricity to supply the necessary power to the electrical system and to charge the 12 volt battery. The alternator voltage target values from 12.5
  • Page 618DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P154A DTC P154A:Battery Sensor Internal Failure General Description cardiagn.com The 12 volt battery sensor is connected between the 12 volt battery and ground. The 12 volt battery sensor measures the 12 volt battery’s current, voltage, and temperature. The measured value i
  • Page 619When a malfunction is detected, a Pending DTC, a Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data are stored in the PCM memory. The MIL does not come on. Conditions for clearing the DTC The Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the scan tool Clear command or by disconnecting the
  • Page 620DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P1658 DTC P1658:Electronic Throttle Control System (ETCS) Control Relay ON Malfunction General Description The electronic throttle control system controls the throttle valve opening. The system includes the throttle actuator, the throttle valve, cardiagn.com throttle positi
  • Page 621DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the scan tool Clear command or by disconnecting the 12 volt battery. cardiagn.com
  • Page 622DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P1659 DTC P1659:Electronic Throttle Control System (ETCS) Control Relay OFF Malfunction General Description The electronic throttle control system controls the throttle valve opening. The system includes the throttle actuator, the throttle valve, cardiagn.com throttle posit
  • Page 623Conditions for setting the DTC cardiagn.com
  • Page 624When a malfunction is detected, the MIL comes on and a Pending DTC, a Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data are stored in the PCM memory. Conditions for clearing the DTC The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive trips in which the diagnostic runs. The MIL, the Pending D
  • Page 625DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P1684 DTC P1684:Throttle Valve Return Spring Performance Problem General Description cardiagn.com The electronic throttle control system controls the throttle valve opening. The system includes the throttle actuator, the throttle valve, throttle position (TP) sensors A and
  • Page 626radiator fan comes on, then let it idle. 2. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode, and wait 10 seconds. cardiagn.com
  • Page 627With the HDS None. Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected, the MIL comes on and a Pending DTC, a Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data are stored in the PCM memory. Conditions for clearing the DTC The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three co
  • Page 628DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P16BB DTC P16BB:Alternator B Terminal Circuit Low Voltage General Description cardiagn.com Driven by the engine, the alternator generates electricity according to the commands from the powertrain control module (PCM). The local interconnect network (LIN) line is connected t
  • Page 6291. Start the engine. 2. Maintain an engine speed [ENGINE SPEED] of 500 rpm to 3,000 rpm. 3. Turn on the headlights (high beam) and rear window defogger. With the HDS None. Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected, a Pending DTC, a Confirmed DTC, and the freeze
  • Page 630DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P16E2 DTC P16E2:PGM-FI-ACG LIN Communication Error General Description cardiagn.com The local interconnect network (LIN) line connects the alternator and the powertrain control module (PCM). The LIN uses a master/slave protocol to send and receive data to the different comp
  • Page 631Diagnosis Details cardiagn.com
  • Page 632Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected, a Pending DTC, a Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data are stored in the PCM memory. The MIL does not come on. Conditions for clearing the DTC The Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the scan tool Clear c
  • Page 633DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P16E3 DTC P16E3:PGM-FI-Battery Sensor LIN Communication Error General Description cardiagn.com The local interconnect network (LIN) line is connects the 12 volt battery sensor and the powertrain control module (PCM). The LIN uses a master/slave protocol to send and receive
  • Page 63412 volt battery sensor LIN(BATT SENSOR) line open 12 volt battery sensor LIN(BATT SENSOR) line short 12 volt battery sensor failure (include fuse fall-outs) PCM internal circuit failure Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected, a Pending DTC, a Confirmed DTC, a
  • Page 635DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P16E4 DTC P16E4:ACG High-temperature General Description cardiagn.com Driven by the engine, the alternator generates electricity according to the commands from the powertrain control module (PCM). The local interconnect network (LIN) line is connected to the alternator and
  • Page 636DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P16E6 DTC P16E6:Transmission Range Switch START Switch Circuit Malfunction General Description cardiagn.com The starter control system prevents the starter from accidentally activating when the shift position is not in P or N position/mode, or when the engine is running. If
  • Page 637Enable Conditions Condition Vehicle ON mode Shift lever position/mode Other than P or N Malfunction Threshold ATPST terminal is high for at least 5 seconds when the shift position is in other than P or N position/mode during the vehicle is in ON mode. Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be
  • Page 638DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P16F3 DTC P16F3:Starter Cut Relay 1 Control Circuit Low Voltage General Description cardiagn.com
  • Page 639The starter control system prevents the starter from accidentally activating when the shift position is not in P or N position/mode (CVT) or the clutch pedal is released (M/T), or when the engine is running. If the vehicle is turned mistakenly while shift position is not in P or N position/mode (CVT
  • Page 640DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P16F4 DTC P16F4:Starter Cut Relay 2 Control Circuit Low Voltage General Description cardiagn.com
  • Page 641The starter control system prevents the starter from accidentally activating when the shift position is not in P or N position/mode (CVT) or the clutch pedal is released (M/T), or when the engine is running. If the vehicle is turned mistakenly while shift position is not in P or N position/mode (CVT
  • Page 642DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P16F5 DTC P16F5:Starter Cut Relay 1 Control Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com
  • Page 643The starter control system prevents the starter from accidentally activating when the shift position is not in P or N position/mode (CVT) or the clutch pedal is released (M/T), or when the engine is running. If the vehicle is turned mistakenly while shift position is not in P or N position/mode (CVT
  • Page 644DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P16F6 DTC P16F6:Starter Cut Relay 2 Control Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com
  • Page 645The starter control system prevents the starter from accidentally activating when the shift position is not in P or N position/mode (CVT) or the clutch pedal is released (M/T), or when the engine is running. If the vehicle is turned mistakenly while shift position is not in P or N position/mode (CVT
  • Page 646DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P1707, P1708 DTC P1707:Neutral Position Sensor B Circuit Low Voltage DTC P1708:Neutral Position Sensor B Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com Table A: Neutral position sensor output voltage NSS1 voltage NSS2 voltage Neutral 2.7 - 3.0 V 1.35 - 1.5 V Neutral
  • Page 647Possible Cause cardiagn.com
  • Page 648NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. DTC: P1707 Neutral position sensor B VCC line open Neutral position sensor B NSS2 line short to ground DTC: P1708 Neutral position sensor B SG line open Neutral position se
  • Page 649DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P1717 DTC P1717:Transmission Range Switch ATP RVS Switch (Open or Short) General Description Without paddle shifter cardiagn.com With paddle shifter Transmission range switch contact point input matrix Without paddle shifter Input per switch Shift lever position/mode ATP-P
  • Page 650Input per switch Shift lever position/mode ATP-P ATP-R ATP-RVS ATP-N ATP-D ATP-S ATP-L ATP-FWD D X X X X O X X O S X X X X X O X O L X X X X X X O O With paddle shifter Input per switch Shift lever position/mode ATP-P ATP-R ATP-RVS ATP-N ATP-D ATP-S ATP-FWD P O X X X X X X R X O O X X X X N X X X O
  • Page 651With the HDS None. Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle, a Pending DTC is stored in the TCM memory. If the malfunction returns in the next (second) drive cycle, the shift position indicator blinks and a Confirmed DTC and the fre
  • Page 652DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P1840 DTC P1840:CVT Speed Sensor Circuit Forward Rotation Range/Performance General Description cardiagn.com Tr1 Tr2 Pulse signal voltage level OFF OFF VOH OFF ON VOM ON OFF VOL The CVT speed sensor is attached to the outside of the torque converter housing. The CVT speed s
  • Page 653Condition Minimum Maximum Elapsed time after forward clutch 3 seconds – engage completion Engine speed [Engine Speed] 500 rpm – Drive pulley speed [Input Shaft 500 rpm – (Drive Pulley) Speed rpm] Forward clutch commanded 295 kPa (3.0 kgf/cm2, 42.7 psi) – pressure Vehicle speed [Vehicle Speed] 19 mph
  • Page 6541. Start the engine. 2. Drive the vehicle in D position/mode at a speed of 19 mph (30 km/h) or more for at least 5 seconds. 3. Slow down and stop the vehicle. 4. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. 5. Repeat Driving Pattern steps 1 through 3. Drive the vehicle in this manner only if the traffic
  • Page 655DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P1841 DTC P1841:CVT Speed Sensor Circuit Reverse Rotation Range/Performance General Description cardiagn.com Tr1 Tr2 Pulse signal voltage level OFF OFF VOH OFF ON VOM ON OFF VOL The CVT speed sensor is attached to the outside of the torque converter housing. The CVT speed s
  • Page 656Condition Minimum Maximum Elapsed time reverse brake 3 seconds – engage completion Engine speed [Engine Speed] 500 rpm – Drive pulley speed [Input Shaft 500 rpm – (Drive Pulley) Speed rpm] Reverse brake commanded 295 kPa (3.0 kgf/cm2, 42.7 psi) – pressure Vehicle speed [Vehicle Speed] 19 mph (30 km/
  • Page 6571. Start the engine. 2. Drive the vehicle in R position/mode at a speed of 19 mph (30 km/h) or more for at least 5 seconds. 3. Slow down and stop the vehicle. 4. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. 5. Repeat Driving Pattern steps 1 through 3. To avoid risks by a reverse run, do the Driving Patt
  • Page 658DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P1844 DTC P1844:CVT Input Shaft Speed Sensor Circuit Forward Rotation Range/Performance General Description cardiagn.com Tr1 Tr2 Pulse signal voltage level OFF OFF VOH OFF ON VOM ON OFF VOL The CVT drive pulley speed sensor is attached to the outside of the end cover. The C
  • Page 659Condition Minimum Maximum Elapsed time after forward clutch 3 seconds – engage completion Engine speed [Engine Speed] 500 rpm – Forward clutch commanded 295 kPa (3.0 kgf/cm2, 42.7 psi) – pressure Vehicle speed [Vehicle Speed] 19 mph (30 km/h) – Without D, S, L Shift lever paddle shifter position/mod
  • Page 6601. Start the engine. 2. Drive the vehicle in D position/mode at a speed of 19 mph (30 km/h) or more for at least 5 seconds. 3. Slow down and stop the vehicle. 4. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. 5. Repeat Driving Pattern steps 1 through 3. Drive the vehicle in this manner only if the traffic
  • Page 661DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P1845 DTC P1845:CVT Input Shaft Speed Sensor Circuit Reverse Rotation Range/Performance General Description cardiagn.com Tr1 Tr2 Pulse signal voltage level OFF OFF VOH OFF ON VOM ON OFF VOL The CVT drive pulley speed sensor is attached to the outside of the end cover. The C
  • Page 662Condition Minimum Maximum Elapsed time reverse brake 3 seconds – engage completion Engine speed [Engine Speed] 500 rpm – Reverse brake commanded 295 kPa (3.0 kgf/cm2, 42.7 psi) – pressure Vehicle speed [Vehicle Speed] 19 mph (30 km/h) – Shift lever position/mode R Not when the shift lever is being s
  • Page 6635. Repeat Driving Pattern steps 1 through 3. cardiagn.com
  • Page 664To avoid risks by a reverse run, do the Driving Pattern with the vehicle raised on a lift to free the wheels and disable the VSA function if equipped. With the HDS None. Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle, a Pending DTC is sto
  • Page 665DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P1890 DTC P1890:CVT Speed Control System General Description cardiagn.com The shift control system controls each gear position using a map stored in the transmission control module (TCM) memory. The shift control system controls the CVT drive pulley pressure control solenoi
  • Page 666The difference between the target drive pulley speed and the actual drive pulley speed [Input Shaft (Drive Pulley) Speed rpm] is 500 rpm or more for at least 18 seconds. Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be o
  • Page 667DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P1898 DTC P1898:CVT Drive Pulley Pressure Control Valve Stuck ON or CVT Driven Pulley Pressure Control Valve Stuck OFF General Description cardiagn.com The CVT drive pulley pressure control solenoid valve and the CVT driven pulley pressure control solenoid valve control hyd
  • Page 668cardiagn.co
  • Page 669Symptom Vehicle conditions TCM detection Pulley ratio [Pulley Ratio] is more than 2, 1 Stopped with forward clutch engaged or less than 3 for at least 0.4 second Pulley ratio [Pulley Ratio] is more than 2 Running 1.8, or less than 3 Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of
  • Page 670cardiagn.co
  • Page 671Conditions for clearing the DTC The shift position indicator comes off by turning the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive trips in which the diagnostic runs. The MIL, the Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be
  • Page 672DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P1899 DTC P1899:CVT Drive Pulley Pressure Control Valve Stuck OFF or CVT Driven Pulley Pressure Control Valve Stuck ON General Description cardiagn.com The CVT drive pulley pressure control solenoid valve and the CVT driven pulley pressure control solenoid valve control hyd
  • Page 673Execution Continuous Sequence None cardiagn.com
  • Page 674Duration Depending on the driving conditions DTC Type Two drive cycles, MIL on, Shift position indicator blinks Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum Engine speed [Engine Speed] 500 rpm – Vehicle speed [Vehicle Speed]* – 3 mph (5 km/h) – 2.7 °* Accelerator pedal position 4 °** – Shift lever po
  • Page 675cardiagn.co
  • Page 6761. Start the engine. 2. Accelerate the vehicle in D position/mode until the speed reaches 37 mph (60 km/h). 3. Slow down and stop the vehicle. 4. Accelerate the vehicle with wide open throttle. 5. Slow down and stop the vehicle. 6. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. 7. Repeat Driving Pattern s
  • Page 677DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2073 DTC P2073:Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP) Sensor Signal Higher Than Expected General Description cardiagn.com The barometric pressure (BARO) sensor, the manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor, and the turbocharger boost sensor are equipped to the vehicle to detect a
  • Page 678At range "A": BARO sensor or turbocharger boost sensor is abnormal if the difference of the two pressure sensor values are specified or more (P00CF) At range "B": Turbocharger boost sensor or MAP sensor is abnormal if the difference of the two pressure sensor values are specified or more (P023D) Ran
  • Page 6791. Start the engine. Hold the engine speed [ENGINE SPEED] at 3,000 rpm without load (CVT in P or N, M/T in neutral) until the radiator fan comes on. cardiagn.com 2. Let the engine idle for at least 5 seconds. 3. Drive the vehicle at engine speed [ENGINE SPEED] 1,700 rpm or more with throttle positio
  • Page 680DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2074 DTC P2074:Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP) Sensor Signal Lower Than Expected General Description cardiagn.com The barometric pressure (BARO) sensor, the manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor, and the turbocharger boost sensor are equipped to the vehicle to detect ai
  • Page 681At range "A": BARO sensor or turbocharger boost sensor is abnormal if the difference of the two pressure sensor values are specified or more (P00CF) At range "B": Turbocharger boost sensor or MAP sensor is abnormal if the difference of the two pressure sensor values are specified or more (P023D) Ran
  • Page 6821. Start the engine. Hold the engine speed [ENGINE SPEED] at 3,000 rpm without load (CVT in P or N, M/T in neutral) until the radiator fan comes on. cardiagn.com 2. Let the engine idle for at least 5 seconds. 3. Drive the vehicle at engine speed [ENGINE SPEED] 1,700 rpm or more with throttle positio
  • Page 683DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2096 DTC P2096:Post Catalyst Fuel Trim System Too Lean General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) detects oxygen content in the exhaust gas by the air/fuel ratio (A/F) sensor (sensor 1), and it uses feedback control before the three way catalytic
  • Page 684malfunction is detected. cardiagn.com
  • Page 685Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum Engine coolant temperature 156 °F (69 °C) – [ECT SENSOR 1] Intake air temperature 19 °F (-7 °C) – [IAT Sensor (1)] Engine speed [ENGINE 530 rpm 4,000 rpm SPEED] Intake air amount 9.0 g/second (0.32 oz/second) – Fuel feedback Closed loop [ ]: HDS Parameter
  • Page 686Conditions for clearing the DTC The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive drive cycles in which the engine conditions are similar to the first time the malfunction was detected. The MIL, the Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the
  • Page 687DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2097 DTC P2097:Post Catalyst Fuel Trim System Too Rich General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) detects oxygen content in the exhaust gas by the air/fuel ratio (A/F) sensor (sensor 1), and it uses feedback control before the three way catalytic
  • Page 688malfunction is detected. cardiagn.com
  • Page 689Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum Engine coolant temperature 156 °F (69 °C) – [ECT SENSOR 1] Intake air temperature 19 °F (-7 °C) – [IAT Sensor (1)] Engine speed [ENGINE 530 rpm 4,000 rpm SPEED] Intake air amount 9.0 g/second (0.32 oz/second) – Fuel feedback Closed loop [ ]: HDS Parameter
  • Page 690first time the malfunction was detected. The MIL, the Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the scan tool Clear command or by disconnecting the 12 volt battery. cardiagn.com
  • Page 691DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2101 DTC P2101:Electronic Throttle Control System (ETCS) Malfunction General Description cardiagn.com The electronic throttle control system controls the throttle valve opening. The system includes the throttle actuator, the throttle valve, throttle position (TP) sensors A
  • Page 692One of the conditions in this table is met for at least 250 milliseconds* (500 milliseconds**). cardiagn.com
  • Page 693Difference between throttle valve target position and Throttle valve target position actual throttle valve position 2° 4 ° or more 6° 5.4 ° or more 10 ° 5.7 ° or more 15 ° 6 ° or more 90 ° 6 ° or more Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it
  • Page 694DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2108 DTC P2108:Throttle Actuator Control Module Performance General Description This fault code is a general (specified by SAE) DTC that is stored at the time the following DTC codes (P1658, P1659) are detected. Monitor Execution, Sequence, Duration, DTC Type, OBD Status R
  • Page 695DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2118 DTC P2118:Throttle Actuator Current Range/Performance Problem General Description cardiagn.com The electronic throttle control system controls the throttle valve opening. The system includes the throttle actuator, the throttle valve, throttle position (TP) sensors A a
  • Page 696Possible Cause cardiagn.com
  • Page 697NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. PCM internal circuit failure Throttle actuator MTR1 line short Throttle actuator MTR2 line short Throttle actuator MTR1 line short to throttle actuator MTR2 line Throttle b
  • Page 698DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2119 DTC P2119:Throttle Actuator Control Throttle Body Range/Performance General Description This fault code is a general (specified by SAE) DTC that is stored at the time the following DTC codes (P1683, P1684) are detected. Monitor Execution, Sequence, Duration, DTC Type,
  • Page 699DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2122, P2123 DTC P2122:Accelerator Pedal Position (APP) Sensor A (Throttle Position (TP) Sensor D) Circuit Low Voltage DTC P2123:Accelerator Pedal Position (APP) Sensor A (Throttle Position (TP) Sensor D) Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com Accelerator ped
  • Page 700DTC: P2123 APP sensor A APS1 line short to APP sensor A VCC line APP sensor A SG line open Common APP sensor A failure PCM internal circuit failure Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected, the MIL comes on and a Pending DTC, a Confirmed DTC, and the freeze dat
  • Page 701DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2126 DTC P2126:Accelerator Pedal Position (APP) Sensor B (Throttle Position (TP) Sensor E) Out of Range General Description cardiagn.com Accelerator pedal position (APP) sensor B is a part of the electronic throttle control system. It is used to convert the position of the
  • Page 702battery. cardiagn.com
  • Page 703DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2127, P2128 DTC P2127:Accelerator Pedal Position (APP) Sensor B (Throttle Position (TP) Sensor E) Circuit Low Voltage DTC P2128:Accelerator Pedal Position (APP) Sensor B (Throttle Position (TP) Sensor E) Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com Accelerator ped
  • Page 704DTC: P2128 APP sensor B APS2 line short to APP sensor B VCC line APP sensor B SG line open Common APP sensor B failure PCM internal circuit failure Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected, the MIL comes on and a Pending DTC, a Confirmed DTC, and the freeze dat
  • Page 705DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2138 DTC P2138:Accelerator Pedal Position (APP) Sensor A/B (Throttle Position (TP) Sensor D/E) Incorrect Voltage Correlation General Description cardiagn.com Accelerator pedal position (APP) sensor A and accelerator pedal position (APP) sensor B are potentiometers. They ar
  • Page 706Duration 300 milliseconds or more cardiagn.com
  • Page 707DTC Type One drive cycle, MIL on Enable Conditions Condition Vehicle ON mode Malfunction Threshold One of these conditions is met for at least 300 milliseconds: The APP sensor B voltage [APP SENSOR B] is 0 V or less, or 0.37 V or more when APP sensor A voltage [APP SENSOR A] is 0.37 V. The APP senso
  • Page 708DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2148 DTC P2148:Injector Power Supply Circuit Malfunction General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) uses main CPU power and regenerative energy generated from the high pressure fuel pump to supply the boost voltage for the direct injector. The dam
  • Page 709cardiagn.co
  • Page 710Enable Conditions Condition Vehicle ON mode Malfunction Threshold The boosted voltage is 54 V or more for at least 0.03 second. Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. PCM internal circuit failure
  • Page 711DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2176 DTC P2176:Throttle Actuator Control System Idle Position Not Learned General Description cardiagn.com The electronic throttle control system controls the throttle valve opening. The system includes the throttle actuator, the throttle valve, throttle position (TP) sens
  • Page 712The registered value of the throttle valve fully closed position is more than 1.02 V, or less than 0.49 V.* The registered value of the throttle valve fully closed position is more than 4.51 V, or less than 3.98 V.** *: TP sensor A [TP SENSOR A] **: TP sensor B [TP SENSOR B] Possible Cause NOTE: The
  • Page 713DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2183 DTC P2183:Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Sensor 2 Circuit Range/Performance Problem General Description cardiagn.com Two engine coolant temperature (ECT) sensors and two intake air temperature (IAT) sensors are used by the powertrain control module (PCM). When the e
  • Page 714Temperature difference between each sensor values Malfunction judgment ECT1* - ECT2** IAT1*** - ECT2** ECT sensor 1 IAT sensor 1 ECT sensor 2 Higher than 57 °F (32 °C) Normal Normal Failure From -43 °F (-24 °C) to Higher than 57 °F (32 °C) Failure Normal Normal 57 °F (32 °C) Lower than -43 °F (-24 °
  • Page 715DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2184, P2185 DTC P2184:Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Sensor 2 Circuit Low Voltage DTC P2185:Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Sensor 2 Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com Engine coolant temperature (ECT) sensor 2 is a thermistor attached to the radiator.
  • Page 716DTC: P2185 cardiagn.com
  • Page 717The ECT sensor 2 output voltage [ECT SENSOR 2] is 4.92 V or more for at least 2 seconds. [ ]: HDS Parameter Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. DTC: P2184 ECT sensor 2 TW2 line short to ground
  • Page 718DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2187 DTC P2187:Fuel System Too Lean at Idle General Description cardiagn.com
  • Page 719cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) detects the oxygen content in the exhaust gas from the air/fuel ratio (A/F) sensor (sensor 1) signal voltage, and it uses fuel feedback control to maintain the optimal air/fuel ratio. The air/fuel ratio coefficient for correcting the amount of injecte
  • Page 720Long term fuel trim is 1.33 (+33 %) or more. cardiagn.com
  • Page 721Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. Fuel pump failure Fuel injector failure Fuel pressure regulator failure Fuel line failure Fuel supply system failure MAF sensor range/performance problem Man
  • Page 722DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2195 DTC P2195:Air/Fuel Ratio (A/F) Sensor (Sensor 1) Signal Stuck Lean General Description cardiagn.com When the air/fuel ratio (A/F) sensor (sensor 1) is properly connected to the engine wire harness, but it is not installed in the exhaust pipe, the feedback is not done
  • Page 723cardiagn.co
  • Page 724Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. A/F sensor (sensor 1) heater failure A/F sensor (sensor 1) element failure Out of fuel Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition Start the engine, and let i
  • Page 725DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2199 DTC P2199:Intake Air Temperature (IAT) Sensor 1-2 Incorrect Correlation General Description cardiagn.com Two engine coolant temperature (ECT) sensors and two intake air temperature (IAT) sensors are used by the powertrain control module (PCM). When the engine is stopp
  • Page 726Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition 1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode and leave the vehicle for at least 6 hours. 2. Start the engine, and let it idle for at least 10 seconds. Do not use an engine block heater because the engine coolant temperature will not stay equal during engine s
  • Page 727DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P219C, P219D, P219E, P219F DTC P219C:No. 1 Cylinder Air-Fuel Ratio Variation DTC P219D:No. 2 Cylinder Air-Fuel Ratio Variation DTC P219E:No. 3 Cylinder Air-Fuel Ratio Variation DTC P219F:No. 4 Cylinder Air-Fuel Ratio Variation General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain
  • Page 728When the imbalance amount is a specified value (about 10 %) or more: - Performs imbalance reduction control and fuel coefficient is higher than the threshold value: Failure on corresponding cylinder - Performs imbalance reduction control and fuel coefficient of each cylinder is lower than the thresh
  • Page 729cardiagn.com 1. Start the engine. Hold the engine speed [ENGINE SPEED] at 3,000 rpm without load (CVT in P or N, M/T in neutral) until the radiator fan comes on. 2. Drive the vehicle in 4th gear at a steady engine speed [ENGINE SPEED] 1,000 - 1,200 rpm. 3. Take 10 - 15 seconds to accelerate up to en
  • Page 730DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2226 DTC P2226:Barometric Pressure (BARO) Sensor Circuit Malfunction General Description cardiagn.com The barometric pressure (BARO) sensor is built into the powertrain control module (PCM), and it monitors atmospheric pressure. The BARO sensor output voltage is converted
  • Page 731DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2226 DTC P2226:Barometric Pressure (BARO) Sensor Circuit Malfunction General Description The barometric pressure (BARO) sensor is built into the powertrain control module (PCM), and it monitors atmospheric pressure. The cardiagn.com BARO sensor output voltage is converted
  • Page 732DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2227 DTC P2227:Barometric Pressure (BARO) Sensor Circuit Out of Range High General Description The barometric pressure (BARO) sensor is built into the powertrain control module (PCM), and it monitors atmospheric pressure. The monitoring function checks the signal of the BA
  • Page 733DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2228 DTC P2228:Barometric Pressure (BARO) Sensor Circuit Low Voltage General Description The barometric pressure (BARO) sensor is built into the powertrain control module (PCM), and it monitors atmospheric pressure. The PCM monitors the BARO sensor for electrical faults. I
  • Page 734DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2228, P2229 DTC P2228:Barometric Pressure (BARO) Sensor Circuit Low Voltage DTC P2229:Barometric Pressure (BARO) Sensor Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com The barometric pressure (BARO) sensor is built into the powertrain control module (PCM), and it mon
  • Page 735When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle, a Pending DTC is stored in the PCM memory. If the malfunction returns in the next (second) drive cycle, the MIL comes on and a Confirmed DTC and the freeze data are stored. Conditions for clearing the DTC The MIL is cleared if the malfunct
  • Page 736DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2228, P2229 DTC P2228:Barometric Pressure (BARO) Sensor Circuit Low Voltage DTC P2229:Barometric Pressure (BARO) Sensor Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com The barometric pressure (BARO) sensor is built into the powertrain control module (PCM), and it mon
  • Page 737Conditions for clearing the DTC The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive trips in which the diagnostic runs. The MIL, the Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the scan tool Clear command or by disconnecting the 12 volt battery. car
  • Page 738DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2229 DTC P2229:Barometric Pressure (BARO) Sensor Circuit High Voltage General Description The barometric pressure (BARO) sensor is built into the powertrain control module (PCM), and it monitors atmospheric pressure. The PCM monitors the BARO sensor for electrical faults.
  • Page 739DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2232 DTC P2232:Secondary Heated Oxygen Sensor (Secondary HO2S (Sensor 2)) Circuit Out of Range High General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) monitors the secondary heated oxygen sensor (secondary HO2S (sensor 2)) circuit for electrical malfuncti
  • Page 740The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive trips in which the diagnostic runs. The MIL, the Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the scan tool Clear command. cardiagn.com
  • Page 741DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2237 DTC P2237:Air/Fuel Ratio (A/F) Sensor (Sensor 1) IP Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com The air/fuel ratio (A/F) sensor (sensor 1) is installed in the exhaust manifold and detects oxygen content in the exhaust gas. The A/F sensor (sensor 1) transmits
  • Page 742Operating Condition cardiagn.com
  • Page 743Start the engine. Hold the engine speed [ENGINE SPEED] at 3,000 rpm without load (CVT in P or N, M/T in neutral) until the radiator fan comes on, then let it idle. With the HDS None. Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle, a Pendi
  • Page 744DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2237 DTC P2237:Air/Fuel Ratio (A/F) Sensor (Sensor 1) IP Circuit High Voltage General Description USA and Canada models cardiagn.com Mexico models The air/fuel ratio (A/F) sensor (sensor 1) is installed in the exhaust manifold and detects oxygen content in the exhaust gas.
  • Page 745Condition Minimum Maximum 12 volt battery voltage 9.0 V – [BATTERY] State of the engine Running [ ]: HDS Parameter Malfunction Threshold The IP terminal voltage is between 1.93 V to 2.07 V for at least 15 seconds. Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential prob
  • Page 746DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2237 DTC P2237:Air/Fuel Ratio (A/F) Sensor (Sensor 1) Malfunction General Description cardiagn.com The driver IC for air/fuel ratio (A/F) sensor (sensor 1) is built into the powertrain control module (PCM). The diagnosis data acquired by the driver IC are called up directl
  • Page 747If an open in A/F sensor (sensor 1) circuit (LAF CA line) is detected, the PCM stores a DTC. cardiagn.com
  • Page 748Monitor Execution, Sequence, Duration, DTC Type Execution Continuous Sequence None Duration 0.5 second or more DTC Type Two drive cycles, MIL on Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum 12 volt battery voltage [Battery] 10.7 V 16.1 V Other A/F sensor (sensor 1) is in active condition [ ]: HDS Par
  • Page 749DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2238 DTC P2238:Air/Fuel Ratio (A/F) Sensor (Sensor 1) IP Circuit Low Voltage General Description cardiagn.com The air/fuel ratio (A/F) sensor (sensor 1) is installed in the exhaust manifold and detects oxygen content in the exhaust gas. The A/F sensor (sensor 1) transmits
  • Page 750NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. cardiagn.com
  • Page 751A/F sensor (sensor 1) IP line short to ground A/F sensor (sensor 1) failure PCM internal circuit failure Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition Start the engine. Hold the engine speed [ENGINE SPEED] at 3,000 rpm without load (CVT in P or N, M/T in neutral) until the radiator fan comes on, then l
  • Page 752DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2238 DTC P2238:Air/Fuel Ratio (A/F) Sensor (Sensor 1) IP Circuit Low Voltage General Description USA and Canada models cardiagn.com Mexico models The air/fuel ratio (A/F) sensor (sensor 1) is installed in the exhaust manifold and detects oxygen content in the exhaust gas.
  • Page 753Condition Minimum Maximum 12 volt battery voltage 9.0 V – [BATTERY] State of the engine Running [ ]: HDS Parameter Malfunction Threshold One of these symptoms occurs: When the element temperature is low before the sensor becomes active: The IP terminal voltage is 2.0 V or less for at least 5 seconds
  • Page 754DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2238 DTC P2238:Air/Fuel Ratio (A/F) Sensor (Sensor 1) Malfunction General Description cardiagn.com The driver IC for air/fuel ratio (A/F) sensor (sensor 1) is built into the powertrain control module (PCM). The diagnosis data acquired by the driver IC are called up directl
  • Page 755If the PCM detects a failure in A/F sensor (sensor 1), a malfunction is detected and a DTC is stored. cardiagn.com
  • Page 756Monitor Execution, Sequence, Duration, DTC Type Execution Continuous Sequence None Duration 0.5 second or more DTC Type Two drive cycles, MIL on Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum 12 volt battery voltage [Battery] 10.7 V 16.1 V Other A/F sensor (sensor 1) is in active condition [ ]: HDS Par
  • Page 757DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2243 DTC P2243:Air/Fuel Ratio (A/F) Sensor (Sensor 1) VCENT Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com The air/fuel ratio (A/F) sensor (sensor 1) is installed in the exhaust manifold and detects oxygen content in the exhaust gas. The A/F sensor (sensor 1) transm
  • Page 758A/F sensor (sensor 1) failure A/F sensor (sensor 1) VCENT line open PCM internal circuit failure Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition Start the engine. Hold the engine speed [ENGINE SPEED] at 3,000 rpm without load (CVT in P or N, M/T in neutral) until the radiator fan comes on, then let it id
  • Page 759DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2243 DTC P2243:Air/Fuel Ratio (A/F) Sensor (Sensor 1) VCENT Circuit High Voltage General Description USA and Canada models cardiagn.com Mexico models The air/fuel ratio (A/F) sensor (sensor 1) is installed in the exhaust manifold and detects oxygen content in the exhaust g
  • Page 760Enable Conditions cardiagn.com
  • Page 761Condition Minimum Maximum 12 volt battery voltage 9.0 V – [BATTERY] State of the engine Running [ ]: HDS Parameter Malfunction Threshold One of these symptoms occurs: The A/F sensor (sensor 1) element resistance is more than 270 Ω for at least 38 seconds**. The A/F sensor (sensor 1) element resistan
  • Page 762DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2243 DTC P2243:Air/Fuel Ratio (A/F) Sensor (Sensor 1) VCENT Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com The driver IC for air/fuel ratio (A/F) sensor (sensor 1) is built into the powertrain control module (PCM). The diagnosis data acquired by the driver IC are ca
  • Page 763If an open in A/F sensor (sensor 1) circuit (LAF VN line) is detected, the PCM stores a DTC. cardiagn.com
  • Page 764Monitor Execution, Sequence, Duration, DTC Type Execution Continuous Sequence None Duration 0.5 second or more DTC Type Two drive cycles, MIL on Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum 12 volt battery voltage [Battery] 10.7 V 16.1 V Other A/F sensor (sensor 1) is in active condition [ ]: HDS Par
  • Page 765DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2245 DTC P2245:Air/Fuel Ratio (A/F) Sensor (Sensor 1) VCENT Circuit Low Voltage General Description cardiagn.com The air/fuel ratio (A/F) sensor (sensor 1) is installed in the exhaust manifold and detects oxygen content in the exhaust gas. The A/F sensor (sensor 1) transmi
  • Page 766Confirmation Procedure cardiagn.com
  • Page 767Operating Condition Start the engine. Hold the engine speed [ENGINE SPEED] at 3,000 rpm without load (CVT in P or N, M/T in neutral) until the radiator fan comes on, then let it idle. With the HDS None. Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected during the first
  • Page 768DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2245 DTC P2245:Air/Fuel Ratio (A/F) Sensor (Sensor 1) VCENT Circuit Low Voltage General Description USA and Canada models cardiagn.com Mexico models The air/fuel ratio (A/F) sensor (sensor 1) is installed in the exhaust manifold and detects oxygen content in the exhaust ga
  • Page 769Enable Conditions cardiagn.com
  • Page 770Condition Minimum Maximum 12 volt battery voltage 9.0 V – [BATTERY] State of the engine Running [ ]: HDS Parameter Malfunction Threshold The PCM detects VCENT line short to ground after the self-diagnosis function in the PCM judges as an occurrence of short circuit for at least 5 seconds. Possible C
  • Page 771DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2251 DTC P2251:Air/Fuel Ratio (A/F) Sensor (Sensor 1) VS Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com The air/fuel ratio (A/F) sensor (sensor 1) is installed in the exhaust manifold and detects oxygen content in the exhaust gas. The A/F sensor (sensor 1) transmits
  • Page 772Operating Condition cardiagn.com
  • Page 773Start the engine. Hold the engine speed [ENGINE SPEED] at 3,000 rpm without load (CVT in P or N, M/T in neutral) until the radiator fan comes on, then let it idle. With the HDS None. Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle, a Pendi
  • Page 774DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2251 DTC P2251:Air/Fuel Ratio (A/F) Sensor (Sensor 1) VS Circuit High Voltage General Description USA and Canada models cardiagn.com Mexico models The air/fuel ratio (A/F) sensor (sensor 1) is installed in the exhaust manifold and detects oxygen content in the exhaust gas.
  • Page 775Condition Minimum Maximum 12 volt battery voltage 9.0 V – [BATTERY] State of the engine Running [ ]: HDS Parameter Malfunction Threshold The VS terminal voltage is 3.7 V or more for at least 38 seconds. Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and i
  • Page 776DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2251 DTC P2251:Air/Fuel Ratio (A/F) Sensor (Sensor 1) VS Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com The driver IC for air/fuel ratio (A/F) sensor (sensor 1) is built into the powertrain control module (PCM). The diagnosis data acquired by the driver IC are calle
  • Page 777If an open in A/F sensor (sensor 1) circuit (LAF VG line) is detected, the PCM stores a DTC. cardiagn.com
  • Page 778Monitor Execution, Sequence, Duration, DTC Type Execution Continuous Sequence None Duration 0.5 second or more DTC Type Two drive cycles, MIL on Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum 12 volt battery voltage [Battery] 10.7 V 16.1 V Other A/F sensor (sensor 1) is in active condition [ ]: HDS Par
  • Page 779DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2252 DTC P2252:Air/Fuel Ratio (A/F) Sensor (Sensor 1) VS Circuit Low Voltage General Description cardiagn.com The air/fuel ratio (A/F) sensor (sensor 1) is installed in the exhaust manifold and detects oxygen content in the exhaust gas. The A/F sensor (sensor 1) transmits
  • Page 780A/F sensor (sensor 1) VS line short to ground A/F sensor (sensor 1) failure PCM internal circuit failure Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition Start the engine. Hold the engine speed [ENGINE SPEED] at 3,000 rpm without load (CVT in P or N, M/T in neutral) until the radiator fan comes on, then l
  • Page 781DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2252 DTC P2252:Air/Fuel Ratio (A/F) Sensor (Sensor 1) VS Circuit Low Voltage General Description USA and Canada models cardiagn.com Mexico models The air/fuel ratio (A/F) sensor (sensor 1) is installed in the exhaust manifold and detects oxygen content in the exhaust gas.
  • Page 782Enable Conditions cardiagn.com
  • Page 783Condition Minimum Maximum 12 volt battery voltage 9.0 V – [BATTERY] State of the engine Running [ ]: HDS Parameter Malfunction Threshold One of these symptoms occurs: The PCM detects VS line short to ground after the self-diagnosis function in the PCM judges as an occurrence of short circuit for at
  • Page 784DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2261 DTC P2261:Turbocharger Bypass Control Valve Stuck Closed General Description cardiagn.com The turbocharger bypass control solenoid valve is monitored against plausibility error. This check detects turbocharger boost sensor signal with oscillations in order to recogniz
  • Page 785cardiagn.co
  • Page 786With the HDS None. Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle, a Pending DTC is stored in the PCM memory. If the malfunction returns in the next (second) drive cycle, the MIL comes on and a Confirmed DTC and the freeze data are stored
  • Page 787DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2270 DTC P2270:Secondary Heated Oxygen Sensor (Secondary HO2S (Sensor 2)) Circuit Signal Stuck Lean General Description cardiagn.com The secondary heated oxygen sensor (secondary HO2S (sensor 2)) detects the oxygen content in the exhaust gas downstream of the three way cat
  • Page 788cardiagn.co
  • Page 789Monitor Execution, Sequence, Duration, DTC Type Execution Continuous Sequence None Duration 30 seconds or more DTC Type Two drive cycles, MIL on Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum Elapsed time that secondary HO2S activity is not monitored 15 seconds – after starting the engine Engine coolan
  • Page 790DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2270 DTC P2270:Secondary Heated Oxygen Sensor (Secondary HO2S (Sensor 2)) Circuit Signal Stuck Lean General Description cardiagn.com The secondary heated oxygen sensor (secondary HO2S (sensor 2)) detects the oxygen content in the exhaust gas downstream of the three way cat
  • Page 791cardiagn.co
  • Page 792Monitor Execution, Sequence, Duration, DTC Type Execution Continuous Sequence None Duration 30 seconds or more DTC Type Two drive cycles, MIL on Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum Elapsed time that secondary HO2S activity is not monitored 15 seconds – after starting the engine Engine coolan
  • Page 793DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2270 DTC P2270:Secondary Heated Oxygen Sensor (Secondary HO2S (Sensor 2)) Circuit Signal Stuck Lean General Description cardiagn.com The range check during target rich operation is utilized to provide monitoring of the secondary heated oxygen sensor (secondary HO2S (sensor
  • Page 794cardiagn.co
  • Page 795Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. Secondary HO2S (sensor 2) lean stuck Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition 1. Start the engine. Hold the engine speed [Engine Speed] at 3,000 rpm withou
  • Page 796DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2271 DTC P2271:Secondary Heated Oxygen Sensor (Secondary HO2S (Sensor 2)) Circuit Signal Stuck Rich General Description cardiagn.com The range check during target rich operation is utilized to provide monitoring of the secondary heated oxygen sensor (secondary HO2S (sensor
  • Page 797cardiagn.co
  • Page 798Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. Secondary HO2S (sensor 2) rich stuck Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition 1. Start the engine. Hold the engine speed [Engine Speed] at 3,000 rpm withou
  • Page 799DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2279 DTC P2279:Intake Air System Leak General Description cardiagn.com
  • Page 800The positive crankcase ventilation (PCV) system reduces hydrocarbon (HC) emissions. The PCV system recirculates unburned air/fuel mixture (blow-by gas) into the intake manifold so that it is drawn into the engine and burned, thus reducing HC. If the PCV hose comes off at idle with the throttle close
  • Page 801cardiagn.co
  • Page 802Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle, a Pending DTC is stored in the PCM memory. If the malfunction returns in the next (second) drive cycle, the MIL comes on and a Confirmed DTC and the freeze data are stored. Conditions for cl
  • Page 803DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2279 DTC P2279:Intake Air System Leak General Description cardiagn.com The positive crankcase ventilation (PCV) system reduces hydrocarbon (HC) emissions. The PCV system recirculates unburned air/fuel mixture (blow-by gas) into the intake manifold so that it is drawn into
  • Page 804cardiagn.co
  • Page 805Monitor Execution, Sequence, Duration, DTC Type Execution Once per driving cycle Sequence None Duration 22 seconds or more DTC Type Two drive cycles, MIL on Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum Elapsed time after starting the 15 seconds – engine Engine coolant temperature 156 °F (69 °C) – [EC
  • Page 806DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the scan tool Clear command or by disconnecting the 12 volt battery. cardiagn.com
  • Page 807DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2279 DTC P2279:Intake Air System Leak General Description cardiagn.com The diagnosis describes the leakage detection in the intake manifold based on the measured and modeled intake air pressure. If the difference between measured and modeled intake manifold pressure is a s
  • Page 808Possible Cause cardiagn.com
  • Page 809NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. Intake manifold air leak Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle, a Pending DTC is stored in the PCM me
  • Page 810DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2279 DTC P2279:Intake Air System Leak General Description cardiagn.com The positive crankcase ventilation (PCV) system reduces hydrocarbon (HC) emissions. The PCV system recirculates unburned air/fuel mixture (blow-by gas) into the intake manifold so that it is drawn into
  • Page 811cardiagn.co
  • Page 812Monitor Execution, Sequence, Duration, DTC Type Execution Once per driving cycle Sequence None Duration 22 seconds or more DTC Type Two drive cycles, MIL on Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum Elapsed time after starting the 15 seconds – engine Engine coolant temperature 156 °F (69 °C) – [EC
  • Page 813battery. cardiagn.com
  • Page 814DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2422 DTC P2422:Evaporative Emission (EVAP) Canister Vent Shut Valve Stuck Closed Malfunction General Description cardiagn.com
  • Page 815The fuel tank pressure (FTP) sensor output is near atmospheric pressure (0 kPa (0 mmHg, 0 inHg)) before purge starts since the evaporative emission (EVAP) canister vent shut valve is normally open (to the atmosphere). The sensor indicates a negative pressure value (vacuum) while purging. When the FT
  • Page 816Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC cardiagn.com
  • Page 817When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle, a Pending DTC is stored in the PCM memory. If the malfunction returns in the next (second) drive cycle, the MIL comes on and a Confirmed DTC and the freeze data are stored. Conditions for clearing the DTC The MIL is cleared if the malfunct
  • Page 818DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2422 DTC P2422:Evaporative Emission (EVAP) Canister Vent Shut Valve Stuck Closed Malfunction General Description cardiagn.com
  • Page 819The fuel tank pressure (FTP) sensor output is near atmospheric pressure (0 kPa (0 mmHg, 0 inHg)) before purge starts since the evaporative emission (EVAP) canister vent shut valve is normally open (to the atmosphere). The sensor indicates a negative pressure value (vacuum) while purging. When the FT
  • Page 820Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC cardiagn.com
  • Page 821When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle, a Pending DTC is stored in the PCM memory. If the malfunction returns in the next (second) drive cycle, the MIL comes on and a Confirmed DTC and the freeze data are stored. Conditions for clearing the DTC The MIL is cleared if the malfunct
  • Page 822DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2422 DTC P2422:Evaporative Emission (EVAP) Canister Vent Shut Valve Stuck Closed Malfunction General Description cardiagn.com In order to detect an evaporative emission (EVAP) canister vent shut valve stuck closed malfunction, the fuel tank pressure is continuously monitor
  • Page 823Condition Minimum Maximum Elapsed time after starting the 10 minutes – engine Elapsed time since the last – 30 seconds canister purging Outside air temperature 32 °F (0 °C) 103.6 °F (39.8 °C) Initial engine coolant temperature 32 °F (0 °C) 103.6 °F (39.8 °C) [ECT Sensor 1] Barometric pressure [Baro
  • Page 824DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2450 DTC P2450:Evaporative Emission (EVAP) System Purge Line Non-return Valve A Stuck Open General Description cardiagn.com
  • Page 825Negative side purge flow Boost side purge flow Purge back-flow (P2450) Condition Purge line normal, EVAP cardiagn.com Flowing Flowing OK canister purge valve normal Non-return valve A Flowing Flowing NG (P2450) abnormal Negative side purge line Not flowing Flowing – abnormal Boost side purge line Fl
  • Page 826Condition Minimum Maximum Engine coolant temperature [ECT SENSOR 1] before EVAP 131 °F (55 °C) – purge control starts MAP value [MAP SENSOR] – 81 kPa (610 mmHg, 24.0 inHg) 12 volt battery voltage 10.5 V – [BATTERY] Fuel trim 0.75 1.47 EVAP canister purge valve duty 30 % 80 % [EVAP PC DUTY] Fuel feed
  • Page 827DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2450 DTC P2450:Evaporative Emission (EVAP) System Purge Line Non-return Valve A Stuck Open General Description cardiagn.com
  • Page 828Negative side purge flow Boost side purge flow Purge back-flow (P2450) Condition Purge line normal, EVAP cardiagn.com Flowing Flowing OK canister purge valve normal Non-return valve A Flowing Flowing NG (P2450) abnormal Negative side purge line Not flowing Flowing – abnormal Boost side purge line Fl
  • Page 829Condition Minimum Maximum Engine coolant temperature [ECT SENSOR 1] before EVAP 131 °F (55 °C) – purge control starts MAP value [MAP SENSOR] – 81 kPa (610 mmHg, 24.0 inHg) 12 volt battery voltage 10.5 V – [BATTERY] Fuel trim 0.75 1.47 EVAP canister purge valve duty 30 % 80 % [EVAP PC DUTY] Fuel feed
  • Page 830DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2563 DTC P2563:Turbocharger Wastegate Control Actuator Position Sensor Out of Range General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) monitors the turbocharger wastegate control actuator position sensor circuit for physical range check. The diagnostic co
  • Page 831Turbocharger wastegate control actuator position sensor failure PCM internal circuit failure Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle, a Pending DTC is stored in the PCM memory. If the malfunction returns in the next (second) drive
  • Page 832DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2563 DTC P2563:Turbocharger Wastegate Control Actuator Position Sensor Out of Range General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) adjusts the boost pressure by controlling the turbocharger wastegate control actuator of the turbocharger. Boost pressur
  • Page 833cardiagn.co
  • Page 834Monitor Execution, Sequence, Duration, DTC Type Execution Continuous Sequence None Duration Few seconds or more DTC Type Two drive cycles, MIL on Enable Conditions Condition Vehicle ON mode Malfunction Threshold The turbocharger wastegate control actuator position sensor output voltage [EWG VOLTAGE
  • Page 835DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2563 DTC P2563:Turbocharger Wastegate Control Actuator Position Sensor Out of Range General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) adjusts the boost pressure by controlling the turbocharger wastegate control actuator of the turbocharger. Boost pressur
  • Page 836cardiagn.co
  • Page 837Monitor Execution, Sequence, Duration, DTC Type Execution Continuous Sequence None Duration 6 seconds or more DTC Type Two drive cycles, MIL on Enable Conditions Condition Vehicle ON mode Malfunction Threshold The turbocharger wastegate control actuator position sensor output voltage [EWG VOLTAGE FR
  • Page 838DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2564, P2565 DTC P2564:Turbocharger Wastegate Control Actuator Position Sensor Circuit Low Voltage DTC P2565:Turbocharger Wastegate Control Actuator Position Sensor Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com The powertrain control module (PCM) adjusts the boost p
  • Page 839malfunction and stores a DTC. cardiagn.com
  • Page 840Monitor Execution, Sequence, Duration, DTC Type Execution Continuous Sequence None Duration 2 seconds or more DTC Type One drive cycle, MIL on Enable Conditions Condition Vehicle ON mode Malfunction Threshold DTC: P2564 The turbocharger wastegate control actuator position sensor output voltage [EWG
  • Page 841DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2564, P2565 DTC P2564:Turbocharger Wastegate Control Actuator Position Sensor Circuit Low Voltage DTC P2565:Turbocharger Wastegate Control Actuator Position Sensor Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com
  • Page 842cardiagn.co
  • Page 843The powertrain control module (PCM) monitors the turbocharger wastegate control actuator position sensor circuit for electrical malfunctions. In order to provide electrical diagnostics, the output voltage of the turbocharger wastegate control actuator position sensor is continuously monitored and co
  • Page 844DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2610 DTC P2610:Powertrain Control Module (PCM) Ignition Off Internal Timer Malfunction General Description The powertrain control module (PCM) has a built-in ignition off timer that measures the duration from ignition off to the next ignition on. cardiagn.com The measured
  • Page 845DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2610 DTC P2610:Powertrain Control Module (PCM) Ignition Off Internal Timer Malfunction General Description The powertrain control module (PCM) has a built-in ignition off timer that measures the duration from ignition off to the next ignition on. cardiagn.com The measured
  • Page 846DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2610 DTC P2610:Powertrain Control Module (PCM) Ignition Off Internal Timer Malfunction General Description The powertrain control module (PCM) has a built-in ignition off timer that measures the duration from ignition off to the next ignition on. The ignition off time is d
  • Page 847DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2623 DTC P2623:High Pressure Fuel Pump Spill Valve Malfunction General Description cardiagn.com The fuel pressure is adjusted by high pressure fuel pump output ON/OFF which is controlled by the powertrain control module (PCM). In the PCM, the injector driver receives drive
  • Page 848Symptom: PCM terminal (to high pressure fuel pump) short to ground The PCM terminal (to high pressure fuel pump) voltage is 1.8 V to 2.2 V or less*. Symptom: PCM terminal (to high pressure fuel pump) short to power The PCM terminal (to high pressure fuel pump) voltage is (12 volt battery voltage - 3
  • Page 849DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2623 DTC P2623:High Pressure Fuel Pump Spill Valve Malfunction General Description The powertrain control module (PCM) monitors the high pressure fuel pump for diagnosis of electric circuit. If the PCM detects abnormal in high pressure fuel pump circuit, a malfunction is d
  • Page 850The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive trips in which the diagnostic runs. The MIL, the Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the scan tool Clear command. cardiagn.com
  • Page 851DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2626 DTC P2626:Air/Fuel Ratio (A/F) Sensor (Sensor 1) Circuit (LAF-CA, LAFCP) Open Malfunction General Description cardiagn.com The driver IC for air/fuel ratio (A/F) sensor (sensor 1) is built into the powertrain control module (PCM). The diagnosis data acquired by the dr
  • Page 852If an open in A/F sensor (sensor 1) circuit (LAF CP line) is detected, the PCM stores a DTC. cardiagn.com
  • Page 853Monitor Execution, Sequence, Duration, DTC Type Execution Continuous Sequence None Duration 0.5 second or more DTC Type Two drive cycles, MIL on Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum 12 volt battery voltage [Battery] 10.7 V 16.1 V Other A/F sensor (sensor 1) is in active condition [ ]: HDS Par
  • Page 854DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2646 DTC P2646:Rocker Arm Oil Pressure Switch Circuit Low Voltage General Description cardiagn.com Rocker Arm Oil Pressure Switch Logic Decision ’ON’ ’OFF’ Rocker Arm Oil Control Solenoid Failure Normal Command 'ON' Rocker Arm Oil Control Solenoid Normal Failure Command 'O
  • Page 855[ ]: HDS Parameter cardiagn.com
  • Page 856Condition Minimum Maximum 12 volt battery voltage 10.5 V – [BATTERY] Shift lever position*1 Other than P or N *: Variable that is depending on the engine load. *1: CVT model *2: M/T model [ ]: HDS Parameter Malfunction Threshold When the rocker arm oil control solenoid is ON, the rocker arm oil pres
  • Page 857DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2647 DTC P2647:Rocker Arm Oil Pressure Switch Circuit High Voltage General Description cardiagn.com Rocker Arm Oil Pressure Switch Logic Decision ’ON’ ’OFF’ Rocker Arm Oil Control Solenoid Failure Normal Command 'ON' Rocker Arm Oil Control Solenoid Normal Failure Command '
  • Page 858Rocker arm oil control solenoid failure Rocker arm oil control solenoid VTS line open Rocker arm oil control solenoid VTS line short Rocker arm oil pressure switch failure Rocker arm oil pressure switch VTM line open Rocker arm oil pressure switch VTM line short Oil passage clogged Confirmation Proc
  • Page 859DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2648, P2649 DTC P2648:Rocker Arm Oil Control Solenoid Circuit Low Voltage DTC P2649:Rocker Arm Oil Control Solenoid Circuit High Voltage General Description The VTEC system activates the rocker arm oil control solenoid by a command from the powertrain control module (PCM),
  • Page 860Common Rocker arm oil control solenoid failure PCM internal circuit failure Confirmation Procedure DTC: P2648 Operating Condition 1. Start the engine. Hold the engine speed [ENGINE SPEED] at 3,000 rpm without load (CVT in P or N, M/T in neutral) until the radiator fan comes on. 2. Drive the vehicle
  • Page 861DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2650 DTC P2650:Rocker Arm Oil Control Solenoid Circuit Malfunction General Description The powertrain control module (PCM) controls the switching of the exhaust valve timing by actuating the rocker arm oil control solenoid. The rocker arm oil control solenoid control circu
  • Page 862Diagnosis Details cardiagn.com
  • Page 863Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected, the MIL comes on and a Pending DTC, a Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data are stored in the PCM memory. Conditions for clearing the DTC The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive trips in which the diagnost
  • Page 864DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2651 DTC P2651:Rocker Arm Oil Pressure Switch Performance/Stuck off General Description The powertrain control module (PCM) controls the switching of the exhaust valve timing by actuating the rocker arm oil control solenoid. The PCM monitors oil pressure in the hydraulic c
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  • Page 866Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected, the MIL comes on and a Pending DTC, a Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data are stored in the PCM memory. Conditions for clearing the DTC The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive trips in
  • Page 867DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2652 DTC P2652:Rocker Arm Oil Pressure Switch Stuck on General Description The powertrain control module (PCM) controls the switching of the exhaust valve timing by actuating the rocker arm oil control solenoid. The PCM monitors oil pressure in the hydraulic circuit of the
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  • Page 869Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected, the MIL comes on and a Pending DTC, a Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data are stored in the PCM memory. Conditions for clearing the DTC The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive trips in
  • Page 870DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2653, P2654 DTC P2653:Rocker Arm Oil Control Solenoid Circuit Low Voltage DTC P2654:Rocker Arm Oil Control Solenoid Circuit High Voltage General Description The powertrain control module (PCM) controls the switching of the exhaust valve timing by actuating the rocker arm o
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  • Page 872Common Rocker arm oil control solenoid failure PCM internal circuit failure Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition Start the engine. Hold the engine speed [Engine Speed] at 3,000 rpm without load (in neutral) until the radiator fan comes on, then let it idle. With the HDS None. Diagnosis Details
  • Page 873DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2715 DTC P2715:Pressure Control Solenoid "D" Stuck ON General Description cardiagn.com The CVT lock-up clutch control solenoid valve controls hydraulic pressure to the torque converter clutch. The CVT lock-up clutch control solenoid valve is controlled by duty cycle output
  • Page 874Malfunction Threshold Symptom 2 occurs after Symptom 1 occurs. cardiagn.com
  • Page 875Symptom 1: Actual torque converter slip rate [ETR] is more than 99 %, or less than 130 % for at least 0.6 second when target torque converter slip rate is less than 97 %. Symptom 2: Actual torque converter slip rate [ETR] is more than 99 %, or less than 130 % for at least 1 second. Possible Cause NO
  • Page 876DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2715 DTC P2715:Pressure Control Solenoid "D" Stuck On General Description cardiagn.com The CVT lock-up clutch control solenoid valve controls hydraulic pressure to the torque converter clutch. The CVT lock-up clutch control solenoid valve is controlled by duty cycle output
  • Page 877Condition Minimum Maximum Engine speed [Engine Speed] 500 rpm – Vehicle speed [Vehicle Speed]* – 13 mph (21 km/h) Acceleration** – 3.2 ft/s2 (0.98 m/s2) Throttle position 4° 42 ° Accelerator pedal position – 13 °/1 second variation Without D, S, L Shift lever paddle shifter position/mode With paddle
  • Page 8781. Start the engine. 2. With the brake pedal pressed, place the shift lever in from N position/mode to D position/mode. 3. Drive the vehicle at 12 mph (20 km/h) or less for at least 10 seconds. 4. Slow down and stop the vehicle. 5. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. 6. Repeat Driving Pattern s
  • Page 879DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2720 DTC P2720:Pressure Control Solenoid "D" Control Circuit Low General Description cardiagn.com The CVT lock-up clutch control solenoid valve controls hydraulic pressure to the torque converter clutch. The CVT lock-up clutch control solenoid valve is controlled by duty c
  • Page 880Sequence None cardiagn.com
  • Page 881Duration 1 second or more DTC Type Two drive cycles, MIL on, Shift position indicator blinks Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum 12 volt battery voltage [Battery 10.0 V – Voltage] [ ]: HDS Parameter Malfunction Threshold One of the conditions is met for at least 1 second: TCM internal driver
  • Page 882DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2720 DTC P2720:Pressure Control Solenoid "D" Control Circuit Low General Description cardiagn.com The CVT lock-up clutch control solenoid valve controls hydraulic pressure to the torque converter clutch. The CVT lock-up clutch control solenoid valve is controlled by duty c
  • Page 883Sequence None cardiagn.com
  • Page 884Duration 1 second or more DTC Type Two drive cycles, MIL on, Shift position indicator blinks Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum 12 volt battery voltage [Battery 10.0 V – Voltage] [ ]: HDS Parameter Malfunction Threshold One of the conditions is met for at least 1 second: TCM internal driver
  • Page 885DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2721 DTC P2721:Pressure Control Solenoid "D" Control Circuit High General Description cardiagn.com The CVT lock-up clutch control solenoid valve controls hydraulic pressure to the torque converter clutch. The CVT lock-up clutch control solenoid valve is controlled by duty
  • Page 886Execution Continuous Sequence None cardiagn.com
  • Page 887Duration 1 second or more DTC Type Two drive cycles, MIL on, Shift position indicator blinks Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum 12 volt battery voltage [Battery 10.0 V – Voltage] [ ]: HDS Parameter Malfunction Threshold One of the conditions is met for at least 1 second: TCM internal driver
  • Page 888DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2721 DTC P2721:Pressure Control Solenoid "D" Control Circuit High General Description cardiagn.com The CVT lock-up clutch control solenoid valve controls hydraulic pressure to the torque converter clutch. The CVT lock-up clutch control solenoid valve is controlled by duty
  • Page 889Execution Continuous Sequence None cardiagn.com
  • Page 890Duration 1 second or more DTC Type Two drive cycles, MIL on, Shift position indicator blinks Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum 12 volt battery voltage [Battery 10.0 V – Voltage] [ ]: HDS Parameter Malfunction Threshold One of the conditions is met for at least 1 second: TCM internal driver
  • Page 891DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2817 DTC P2817:Shift Solenoid Valve O/P (Pressure Control Solenoid "H") Stuck Off General Description cardiagn.com Transmission fluid pump volume changes by shift solenoid valve O/P ON/OFF control Transmission fluid pump volume Shift Solenoid Valve O/P High OFF Low ON The
  • Page 892[ ]: HDS Parameter cardiagn.com
  • Page 893Condition Minimum Maximum Transmission fluid temperature 248 °F (120 °C) – [CVTF Temperature] Vehicle speed [Vehicle Speed] – 1 mph (3 km/h) Shift lever position/mode D Accelerator pedal released Other Brake pedal pressed [ ]: HDS Parameter Malfunction Threshold Judgments 1 and 2 are executed sequen
  • Page 894With the HDS cardiagn.com
  • Page 895None. Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle, a Pending DTC is stored in the TCM memory. If the malfunction returns in the next (second) drive cycle, the shift position indicator blinks and a Confirmed DTC and the freeze data are
  • Page 896DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2818 DTC P2818:Shift Solenoid Valve O/P (Pressure Control Solenoid "H") Stuck On General Description cardiagn.com Transmission fluid pump volume changes by shift solenoid valve O/P ON/OFF control Transmission fluid pump volume Shift Solenoid Valve O/P High OFF Low ON The s
  • Page 897*: Symptom 1 ** : Symptom 2 [ ]: HDS Parameter cardiagn.com
  • Page 898Condition Minimum Maximum Transmission fluid temperature 248 °F (120 °C)* – [CVTF Temperature] 194 °F (90 °C)** – Vehicle speed [Vehicle Speed]* – 1 mph (3 km/h) Acceleration** -11.1 ft/s2 (-3.4 m/s2) -7.6 ft/s2 (-2.3 m/s2) Shift lever position/mode D Accelerator pedal released* Other Brake pedal pr
  • Page 8991. Start the engine. 2. With the brake pedal pressed, place the shift lever in from N position/mode to D position/mode. 3. Accelerate the vehicle to 25 mph (40 km/h). 4. Stop and leave the vehicle for at least 10 seconds. 5. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. 6. Repeat Driving Pattern steps 1
  • Page 900DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P281D DTC P281D:Shift Solenoid Valve O/P (Pressure Control Solenoid "H") Control Circuit Low General Description Transmission fluid pump volume changes by shift solenoid valve O/P ON/OFF control Transmission fluid pump volume Shift Solenoid Valve O/P High OFF cardiagn.com L
  • Page 901With the HDS cardiagn.com
  • Page 902None. Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected, the shift position indicator blinks and a Pending DTC, a Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data are stored in the TCM memory. The MIL does not come on. Conditions for clearing the DTC The shift position indicator come
  • Page 903DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P281E DTC P281E:Shift Solenoid Valve O/P (Pressure Control Solenoid "H") Control Circuit High General Description Transmission fluid pump volume changes by shift solenoid valve O/P ON/OFF control Transmission fluid pump volume Shift Solenoid Valve O/P High OFF cardiagn.com
  • Page 9041. Start the engine. 2. Shift the transmission to D position/mode while pressing the brake pedal, and wait for at least 30 seconds. 3. Shift the transmission to P position/mode. 4. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. 5. Start the engine, and wait for at least 1 second. With the HDS None. Diagno
  • Page 905DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2A00 DTC P2A00:Air/Fuel Ratio (A/F) Sensor (Sensor 1) Circuit Range/Performance Problem General Description cardiagn.com The air/fuel ratio (A/F) sensor (sensor 1) has a linear signal output in relation to the oxygen concentration. The powertrain control module (PCM) compu
  • Page 906The A/F sensor (sensor 1) output voltage is 2.55 V or less, or 4.11 V or more. Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. A/F sensor (sensor 1) deterioration Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition
  • Page 907DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2A00 DTC P2A00:Air/Fuel Ratio (A/F) Sensor (Sensor 1) Circuit Range/Performance Problem General Description cardiagn.com The air/fuel ratio (A/F) sensor (sensor 1) has a linear signal output in relation to the oxygen concentration. The powertrain control module (PCM) compu
  • Page 908The A/F sensor (sensor 1) output voltage is 2.55 V or less, or 4.11 V or more. Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. A/F sensor (sensor 1) failure Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition cardi
  • Page 909DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2A01 DTC P2A01:Secondary Heated Oxygen Sensor (Secondary HO2S) (Sensor 2) Circuit Range/Performance Problem General Description cardiagn.com The secondary heated oxygen sensor (secondary HO2S (sensor 2)) detects the oxygen density in the exhaust gas and converts it into el
  • Page 910Operating Condition Start the engine, and let it idle without load (CVT in P or N, M/T in neutral) until the radiator fan comes on, then let it idle. cardiagn.com
  • Page 911With the HDS None. Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle, a Pending DTC is stored in the PCM memory. If the malfunction returns in the next (second) drive cycle, the MIL comes on and a Confirmed DTC and the freeze data are stored
  • Page 912DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2A01 DTC P2A01:Secondary Heated Oxygen Sensor (Secondary HO2S) (Sensor 2) Circuit Range/Performance Problem General Description cardiagn.com The secondary heated oxygen sensor (secondary HO2S (sensor 2)) detects the oxygen density in the exhaust gas and converts it into el
  • Page 913Start the engine. Hold the engine speed [ENGINE SPEED] at 3,000 rpm without load (in neutral) until the radiator fan comes on. cardiagn.com
  • Page 914With the HDS None. Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle, a Pending DTC is stored in the PCM memory. If the malfunction returns in the next (second) drive cycle, the MIL comes on and a Confirmed DTC and the freeze data are stored
  • Page 915DTC Advanced Diagnostics: P2A01 DTC P2A01:Secondary Heated Oxygen Sensor (Secondary HO2S) (Sensor 2) Circuit Range/Performance Problem General Description cardiagn.com The secondary heated oxygen sensor (secondary HO2S (sensor 2)) detects the oxygen density in the exhaust gas and converts it into el
  • Page 916Operating Condition cardiagn.com
  • Page 917Start the engine. Hold the engine speed [ENGINE SPEED] at 3,000 rpm without load (CVT in P or N, M/T in neutral) until the radiator fan comes on. With the HDS None. Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected during the first drive cycle, a Pending DTC is stored i
  • Page 918DTC Advanced Diagnostics: SRS related DTCs SRS Related DTCs NOTE Always check "How to troubleshoot the SRS system" and proceed along each "DTC Troubleshooting" procedure. Make sure the 12 volt battery is fully charged. If not, the results of tests may not be accurate. The SRS indicator will turn on
  • Page 919Open or Poor connection between the SRS unit and the driver's airbag first inflator (LA1+, LA1- lines) Possible Cause Driver's airbag internal failure (Driver's airbag first inflator) SRS unit internal failure DTC B0001-1A: Decreased Resistance in the Driver's Airbag First Inflator Basic Condition:
  • Page 920Short to power between the SRS unit and the driver's airbag second inflator (LA2+, LA2- lines) Possible Cause Driver's airbag internal failure (Driver's airbag second inflator) SRS unit internal failure DTC B0002-13: Open or Increased Resistance in the Driver's Airbag Second Inflator Basic Condition
  • Page 921Short to ground between the SRS unit and the front passenger's airbag first inflator (RA1+, RA1- lines) Possible Cause Front passenger's airbag internal failure (Front passenger's airbag first inflator) SRS unit internal failure DTC B0010-12: Short to Power in the Front Passenger's Airbag First Infl
  • Page 922DTC B0011-11: Short to Ground in the Front Passenger's Airbag Second Inflator Basic Condition: 12 volt battery voltage 10 - 16 V Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition: 1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, and wait 6 seconds. Duration About 6 seconds 1 drive cycle DTC Type SRS indicator on Fail S
  • Page 923Basic Condition: 12 volt battery voltage 10 - 16 V Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition: 1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, and wait 6 seconds. Duration About 6 seconds 1 drive cycle DTC Type SRS indicator on Fail Safe None Action Short to another line or Poor connection between the SRS unit
  • Page 9241 drive cycle DTC Type SRS indicator on Fail Safe None Action Open or Poor connection between the SRS unit and the driver's side airbag inflator (LSA+, LSA- lines) Possible Cause Driver's side airbag internal failure (Driver's side airbag inflator) SRS unit internal failure DTC B0020-1A: Decreased R
  • Page 925Fail Safe None Action Short to power between the SRS unit and the left side curtain airbag inflator (LCA+, LCA- Possible lines) Cause SRS unit internal failure DTC B0021-13: Open or Increased Resistance in the Left Side Curtain Airbag First Inflator Basic Condition: 12 volt battery voltage 10 - 16 V
  • Page 926Short to ground between the SRS unit and the front passenger's side airbag inflator (RSA+, RSA- lines) Possible Cause Front passenger's side airbag internal failure (Front passenger's side airbag inflator) SRS unit internal failure DTC B0028-12: Short to Power in the Front Passenger's Side Airbag In
  • Page 927DTC B0029-11: Short to Ground in the Right Side Curtain Airbag First Inflator Basic Condition: 12 volt battery voltage 10 - 16 V Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition: 1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, and wait 6 seconds. Duration About 6 seconds 1 drive cycle DTC Type SRS indicator on Fail S
  • Page 928Basic Condition: 12 volt battery voltage 10 - 16 V Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition: 1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, and wait 6 seconds. Duration About 6 seconds 1 drive cycle DTC Type SRS indicator on Fail Safe None Action Short to another line or Poor connection between the SRS unit
  • Page 929Basic Condition: 12 volt battery voltage 10 - 16 V Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition: 1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, and wait 6 seconds. Duration About 6 seconds 1 drive cycle DTC Type SRS indicator on Fail Safe None Action Short to ground or Short to power between the SRS unit and the
  • Page 930Basic Condition: 12 volt battery voltage 10 - 16 V Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition: 1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, and wait 6 seconds. Duration About 6 seconds 1 drive cycle DTC Type SRS indicator on Fail Safe None Action Possible Short to power between the SRS unit and the driver's
  • Page 9311 drive cycle DTC Type SRS indicator on Fail Safe None Action Short to ground between the SRS unit and the front passenger's seat belt tensioner (RRP+, RRP- lines) Possible Cause Front passenger's seat belt internal failure (Front passenger's seat belt tensioner) SRS unit internal failure DTC B0072-
  • Page 932Short to another line or Poor connection between the SRS unit and the front passenger's seat belt tensioner (RRP+, RRP- lines) Possible Cause Front passenger's seat belt internal failure (Front passenger's seat belt tensioner) SRS unit internal failure DTC B0090-4A: Internal Failure of the Left Fron
  • Page 933DTC B0091-4A: Internal Failure of the Left Side Impact Sensor (first) Basic Condition: 12 volt battery voltage 10 - 16 V Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition: 1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, and wait 6 seconds. Duration About 6 seconds 1 drive cycle DTC Type SRS indicator on Fail Safe None
  • Page 934Basic Condition: 12 volt battery voltage 10 - 16 V Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition: 1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, and wait 6 seconds. Duration About 6 seconds 1 drive cycle DTC Type SRS indicator on Fail Safe None Action Incorrect impact sensor installed Possible Incorrect SRS unit
  • Page 935Duration About 6 seconds 1 drive cycle DTC Type SRS indicator on Fail Safe None Action Incorrect impact sensor installed Possible Incorrect SRS unit installed Cause Right front impact sensor internal failure SRS unit internal failure DTC B0095-87: No Signal From the Right Front Impact Sensor Basic C
  • Page 936Incorrect impact sensor installed Possible Incorrect SRS unit installed Cause Right side impact sensor (first) internal failure SRS unit internal failure DTC B0096-87: No Signal From the Right Side Impact Sensor (first) Basic Condition: 12 volt battery voltage 10 - 16 V Confirmation Procedure Operat
  • Page 937DTC B0097-87: No Signal From the Right Side Impact Sensor (second) Basic Condition: 12 volt battery voltage 10 - 16 V Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition: 1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, and wait 6 seconds. Duration About 6 seconds 1 drive cycle DTC Type SRS indicator on Fail Safe None Ac
  • Page 9381 drive cycle DTC Type SRS indicator on Fail Safe None Action Short to ground between the SRS unit and the driver's seat position sensor (SPS/SS+ SPS line) Possible Cause Driver's seat position sensor internal failure SRS unit internal failure DTC B00B5-13: Open or Increased Resistance in the Driver
  • Page 939Possible Front passenger's weight sensor internal failure (front inner side) Cause DTC B00C0-54: Different Serial ID of the Front Passenger's Weight Sensor (front inner side) Basic Condition: 12 volt battery voltage 10 - 16 V Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition: 1. Turn the vehicle to the ON
  • Page 940Basic Condition: 12 volt battery voltage 10 - 16 V Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition: 1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, and wait 6 seconds. Duration About 6 seconds 1 drive cycle DTC Type SRS indicator on Fail Safe None Action Possible Front passenger's weight sensor internal failure (rea
  • Page 941Open or Poor connection between the SRS unit and the front passenger's weight sensor (rear Possible inner side) (SWS+/PWR SWS, SWS-/GND SWS, SWSS/LIN SWS lines) Cause SRS unit internal failure DTC B00C2-96: Internal Failure of the Front Passenger's Weight Sensor (rear inner side) Basic Condition: 12
  • Page 942Open or Short to ground between the SRS unit and the front passenger's airbag ON/OFF indicator (OFF PTT line) Possible Open or Short to ground between the 12 volt battery and the front passenger's airbag Cause ON/OFF indicator Front passenger's airbag ON/OFF indicator internal failure SRS unit inter
  • Page 943Short to ground between the SRS unit and the front passenger's airbag ON/OFF switch (ACS line) Possible Cause Front passenger's airbag ON/OFF switch internal failure SRS unit internal failure DTC B00DF-13: Open in the Front Passenger's Airbag ON/OFF Switch Basic Condition: 12 volt battery voltage 10
  • Page 944Basic Condition: 12 volt battery voltage 10 - 16 V Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition: 1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, and wait 6 seconds. Duration About 6 seconds 1 drive cycle DTC Type SRS indicator on Fail Safe None Action Possible SRS unit internal failure Cause DTC B2840-13: SRS Uni
  • Page 945Fail Safe None Action Open or Poor connection between the VSA modulator-control unit and the SRS unit Possible (F-CAN_H, F-CAN_L lines) Cause VSA modulator-control unit internal failure DTC U0122-00: Lost Communication With the VSA Modulator-Control Unit (wheel speed sensor signal error) (With CAN G
  • Page 9461 drive cycle DTC Type SRS indicator on Fail Safe None Action Possible SRS unit internal failure Cause DTC U3000-51: SRS Unit Programming Error Basic Condition: 12 volt battery voltage 10 - 16 V Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition: 1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, and wait 6 seconds. Durat
  • Page 947DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0029 DTC U0029:F-CAN Malfunction (F-CAN Bus OFF) General Description Without CAN gateway cardiagn.com With CAN gateway The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using two signal lines (F-CAN_H/F-CAN A
  • Page 948Monitor Execution, Sequence, Duration, DTC Type cardiagn.com
  • Page 949Execution Continuous Sequence None Duration 1 second or more DTC Type One drive cycle, MIL on, Shift position indicator blinks Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum Elapsed time after the vehicle condition is turned to the ON 3 seconds – mode 12 volt battery voltage [Battery 10.0 V – Voltage]
  • Page 950DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0029 DTC U0029:F-CAN Malfunction (BUS-OFF (Powertrain Control Module (PCM))) General Description cardiagn.com The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using two signal lines (F-CAN_H and F-CAN_L). Wh
  • Page 951memory. cardiagn.com
  • Page 952Conditions for clearing the DTC The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive trips in which the diagnostic runs. The MIL, the Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the scan tool Clear command or by disconnecting the 12 volt battery. car
  • Page 953DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0029 DTC U0029:F-CAN Malfunction (BUS-OFF (Powertrain Control Module (PCM))) General Description cardiagn.com The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using F-CAN A and B signal lines. When the power
  • Page 954Malfunction Threshold cardiagn.com
  • Page 955The PCM cannot send any signals via the F-CAN A lines for at least 1 second. Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. F-CAN circuit F-CAN A_H line open F-CAN circuit F-CAN A_L line open F-CAN circui
  • Page 956DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0029 DTC U0029:F-CAN Malfunction (F-CAN Bus OFF) General Description Without CAN gateway cardiagn.com With CAN gateway The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using two signal lines (F-CAN_H/F-CAN A
  • Page 957Monitor Execution, Sequence, Duration, DTC Type cardiagn.com
  • Page 958Execution Continuous Sequence None Duration 1 second or more DTC Type One drive cycle, MIL on, Shift position indicator blinks Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum Elapsed time after the vehicle condition is turned to the ON 3 seconds – mode 12 volt battery voltage [Battery 10.0 V – Voltage]
  • Page 959DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0029 DTC U0029:F-CAN Malfunction (BUS-OFF (Powertrain Control Module (PCM))) General Description cardiagn.com The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using F-CAN A and B signal lines. When the power
  • Page 960The PCM cannot send any signals via the F-CAN A lines for at least 1 second. cardiagn.com
  • Page 961Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. F-CAN circuit F-CAN A_H line open F-CAN circuit F-CAN A_L line open F-CAN circuit F-CAN A_H line short to ground F-CAN circuit F-CAN A_L line short to ground
  • Page 962DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0029 DTC U0029:F-CAN Malfunction (BUS-OFF (Powertrain Control Module (PCM))) General Description cardiagn.com The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using two signal lines (F-CAN_H and F-CAN_L). Th
  • Page 963The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive trips in which the diagnostic runs. The MIL, the Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the scan tool Clear command. cardiagn.com
  • Page 964DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0029-00 DTC U0029-00:CAN Gateway F-CAN ch A Bus Off General Description The CAN gateway performs self-diagnosis to detect the state where the CAN frame cannot be sent due to failure in the F-CAN line. If the bus-off occurs due to open and short circuit in the F-CAN line is
  • Page 965The F-CAN A line bus-off continues for at least 6 seconds. The CAN frame transmission to the F-CAN A line does not complete within 6 seconds. Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. CAN gateway F-C
  • Page 966DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0038 DTC U0038:PT-CAN Malfunction (TCM ECU BUS-OFF) General Description cardiagn.com The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulse signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using two signal lines (TM-CAN_H and TM-CAN_L). When the information is not
  • Page 967cardiagn.co
  • Page 968Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected the MIL comes on and a Pending DTC, Confirmed DTC and the freeze data are stored are stored in the PCM memory. Conditions for clearing the DTC The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive tr
  • Page 969DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0038 DTC U0038:PT-CAN Malfunction (TCM ECU BUS-OFF) General Description cardiagn.com The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulse signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using two signal lines (TM-CAN_H and TM-CAN_L). When the information is not
  • Page 970cardiagn.co
  • Page 971Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected the MIL comes on and a Pending DTC, Confirmed DTC and the freeze data are stored are stored in the PCM memory. Conditions for clearing the DTC The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive tr
  • Page 972DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0038 DTC U0038:TM-CAN Malfunction (TCM-PCM) General Description cardiagn.com The transmission control module (TCM) and the powertrain control module (PCM) uses communication line (TM-CAN_H and TM-CAN_L) to transmit/receive multiple signals simultaneously. When the informat
  • Page 973Conditions for clearing the DTC The shift position indicator comes off by turning the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive trips in which the diagnostic runs. The MIL, the Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be
  • Page 974DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0038 DTC U0038:TM-CAN Malfunction (TCM-PCM) General Description cardiagn.com The transmission control module (TCM) and the powertrain control module (PCM) uses communication line (TM-CAN_H and TM-CAN_L) to transmit/receive multiple signals simultaneously. When the informat
  • Page 975Conditions for clearing the DTC The shift position indicator comes off by turning the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive trips in which the diagnostic runs. The MIL, the Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be
  • Page 976DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0047-00 DTC U0047-00:CAN Gateway F-CAN ch B Bus Off General Description The CAN gateway performs self-diagnosis to detect the state where the CAN frame cannot be sent due to failure in the F-CAN line. If the bus-off occurs due to open and short circuit in the F-CAN line is
  • Page 977The F-CAN B line bus-off continues for at least 6 seconds. The CAN frame transmission to the F-CAN B line does not complete within 6 seconds. Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. CAN gateway F-C
  • Page 978DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0100 DTC U0100:F-CAN Malfunction (TCM - FI Control Module) General Description Without CAN gateway cardiagn.com With CAN gateway The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using two signal lines (F-CAN
  • Page 979condition continues for a specified cycle, the transmission control module (TCM) detects a malfunction and stores a DTC. cardiagn.com
  • Page 980Monitor Execution, Sequence, Duration, DTC Type Execution Continuous Sequence None Duration 1.5 seconds or more DTC Type One drive cycle, MIL on, Shift position indicator blinks Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum 12 volt battery voltage [Battery 10.0 V – Voltage] [ ]: HDS Parameter Malfunct
  • Page 981DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0100 DTC U0100:F-CAN Malfunction (TCM - FI Control Module) General Description Without CAN gateway cardiagn.com With CAN gateway The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using two signal lines (F-CAN
  • Page 982condition continues for a specified cycle, the transmission control module (TCM) detects a malfunction and stores a DTC. cardiagn.com
  • Page 983Monitor Execution, Sequence, Duration, DTC Type Execution Continuous Sequence None Duration 1.5 seconds or more DTC Type One drive cycle, MIL on, Shift position indicator blinks Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum 12 volt battery voltage [Battery 10.0 V – Voltage] [ ]: HDS Parameter Malfunct
  • Page 984DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0101 DTC U0101:F-CAN Malfunction (Powertrain Control Module (PCM)-Transmission Control Module (TCM)) General Description cardiagn.com The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using two signal lines (
  • Page 985cardiagn.co
  • Page 986Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected the MIL comes on and a Pending DTC, Confirmed DTC and the freeze data are stored are stored in the PCM memory. Conditions for clearing the DTC The Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with t
  • Page 987DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0101 DTC U0101:F-CAN Malfunction (Powertrain Control Module (PCM)-TCM) General Description cardiagn.com The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using two signal lines (F-CAN_H and F-CAN_L). When the
  • Page 988cardiagn.co
  • Page 989Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected the MIL comes on and a Pending DTC, Confirmed DTC and the freeze data are stored are stored in the PCM memory. Conditions for clearing the DTC The Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with t
  • Page 990DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0101 DTC U0101:F-CAN Malfunction (Powertrain Control Module (PCM)-TCM) General Description cardiagn.com The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using F-CAN A and B signal lines. When the information
  • Page 991One of these conditions is met: cardiagn.com
  • Page 992The PCM does not receive any signals via the F-CAN A lines for at least 1.5 seconds. The information sent from the TCM unit is abnormal at least 20 times. Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. TC
  • Page 993DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0101 DTC U0101:F-CAN Malfunction (Powertrain Control Module (PCM)-Transmission Control Module (TCM)) General Description cardiagn.com The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using F-CAN A and B sign
  • Page 994Malfunction Threshold One of these conditions is met: cardiagn.com
  • Page 995The PCM does not receive any signals via the F-CAN lines unit for at least 1.5 seconds. The information sent from the TCM unit is abnormal at least 20 times. Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes.
  • Page 996DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0104 DTC U0104:F-CAN Malfunction (Powertrain Control Module (PCM)-Driving Support System Control Unit) General Description cardiagn.com The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using F-CAN A and B si
  • Page 997[ ]: HDS Parameter cardiagn.com
  • Page 998Malfunction Threshold One of these conditions is met: The PCM does not receive any signals via the F-CAN B lines for at least 1.5 seconds. The information sent from the multipurpose camera unit is abnormal at least 20 times. Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all pot
  • Page 999DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0104 DTC U0104:F-CAN Malfunction (Powertrain Control Module (PCM)-Driving Support System Control Unit) General Description cardiagn.com The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using F-CAN A and B si
  • Page 1000Malfunction Threshold One of these conditions is met: cardiagn.com
  • Page 1001The PCM does not receive any signals via the F-CAN lines for at least 1.5 seconds. The information sent from the multipurpose camera unit is abnormal at least 20 times. Possible Cause Multipurpose camera unit failure (include fuse fall-outs) F-CAN circuit F-CAN A_H line open F-CAN circuit F-CAN A_L
  • Page 1002DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0122 DTC U0122:Lost Communication With Vehicle Dynamics Control Module General Description Without CAN gateway cardiagn.com With CAN gateway
  • Page 1003The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using two signal lines (F-CAN_H/F-CAN A_H and F-CAN_L/F-CAN A_L). When the information is not sent from the VSA modulator-control unit via the F-CAN lines and this condition continues f
  • Page 1004DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0122 DTC U0122:F-CAN Malfunction (Powertrain Control Module (PCM)-VSA Modulator-Control Unit) General Description cardiagn.com The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using two signal lines (F-CAN_H
  • Page 1005cardiagn.co
  • Page 1006Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected, a Pending DTC, a Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data are stored in the PCM memory. The MIL does not come on. Conditions for clearing the DTC The Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the
  • Page 1007DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0122 DTC U0122:F-CAN Malfunction (Powertrain Control Module (PCM)-VSA Modulator-Control Unit) General Description cardiagn.com The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using two signal lines (F-CAN_H
  • Page 1008cardiagn.co
  • Page 1009Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected, a Pending DTC, a Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data are stored in the PCM memory. The MIL does not come on. Conditions for clearing the DTC The Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the
  • Page 1010DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0122 DTC U0122:F-CAN Malfunction (Powertrain Control Module (PCM)-VSA Modulator-Control Unit) General Description cardiagn.com The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using F-CAN A and B signal line
  • Page 1011[ ]: HDS Parameter cardiagn.com
  • Page 1012Malfunction Threshold One of these conditions is met: The PCM does not receive any signals via the F-CAN lines for at least 1.5 seconds. The information sent from the VSA modulator-control unit is abnormal at least 20 times. Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all pot
  • Page 1013DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0122 DTC U0122:Lost Communication With Vehicle Dynamics Control Module General Description Without CAN gateway cardiagn.com With CAN gateway
  • Page 1014The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using two signal lines (F-CAN_H/F-CAN A_H and F-CAN_L/F-CAN A_L). When the information is not sent from the VSA modulator-control unit via the F-CAN lines and this condition continues f
  • Page 1015DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0122 DTC U0122:F-CAN Malfunction (Powertrain Control Module (PCM)-VSA Modulator-Control Unit) General Description cardiagn.com The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using F-CAN A and B signal line
  • Page 1016Malfunction Threshold One of these conditions is met: cardiagn.com
  • Page 1017The PCM does not receive any signals via the F-CAN lines for at least 1.5 seconds. The information sent from the VSA modulator-control unit is abnormal at least 20 times. Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be
  • Page 1018DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0122 DTC U0122:F-CAN Malfunction (Powertrain Control Module (PCM)-VSA Modulator-Control Unit) General Description cardiagn.com The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using two signal lines (F-CAN_H
  • Page 1019F-CAN circuit F-CAN_H line open F-CAN circuit F-CAN_L line open F-CAN circuit F-CAN_H line short to ground F-CAN circuit F-CAN_L line short to ground VSA modulator-control unit failure (include fuse fall-outs) PCM internal circuit failure Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfu
  • Page 1020DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0128 DTC U0128:F-CAN Malfunction (Powertrain Control Module (PCM)-Electric Parking Brake Control Unit) General Description cardiagn.com The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using two signal lines
  • Page 1021Conditions for clearing the DTC The Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the scan tool Clear command or by disconnecting the 12 volt battery. cardiagn.com
  • Page 1022DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0128 DTC U0128:F-CAN Malfunction (Powertrain Control Module (PCM)-Electric Parking Brake Control Unit) General Description cardiagn.com The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using two signal lines
  • Page 1023Conditions for clearing the DTC The Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the scan tool Clear command or by disconnecting the 12 volt battery. cardiagn.com
  • Page 1024DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0128 DTC U0128:F-CAN Malfunction (Powertrain Control Module (PCM)-Electric Parking Brake Control Unit) General Description cardiagn.com The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using F-CAN A and B si
  • Page 1025NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. cardiagn.com
  • Page 1026VSA modulator-control unit failure (include fuse fall-outs) F-CAN circuit F-CAN A_H line open F-CAN circuit F-CAN A_L line open F-CAN circuit F-CAN A_H line short to ground F-CAN circuit F-CAN A_L line short to ground F-CAN circuit F-CAN B_H line open F-CAN circuit F-CAN B_L line open F-CAN circuit
  • Page 1027DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0128 DTC U0128:F-CAN Malfunction (Powertrain Control Module (PCM)-Electric Parking Brake Control Unit) General Description cardiagn.com The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using two signal lines
  • Page 1028F-CAN circuit F-CAN_H line open F-CAN circuit F-CAN_L line open F-CAN circuit F-CAN_H line short to ground F-CAN circuit F-CAN_L line short to ground VSA modulator-control unit failure (include fuse fall-outs) PCM internal circuit failure Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfu
  • Page 1029DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0131 DTC U0131:F-CAN Malfunction (Powertrain Control Module (PCM)-EPS Control Unit) General Description cardiagn.com The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using two signal lines (F-CAN_H and F-CAN
  • Page 1030cardiagn.co
  • Page 1031Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected, a Pending DTC, a Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data are stored in the PCM memory. The MIL does not come on. Conditions for clearing the DTC The Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the
  • Page 1032DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0131 DTC U0131:F-CAN Malfunction (Powertrain Control Module (PCM)-EPS Control Unit) General Description cardiagn.com The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using two signal lines (F-CAN_H and F-CAN
  • Page 1033cardiagn.co
  • Page 1034Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected, a Pending DTC, a Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data are stored in the PCM memory. The MIL does not come on. Conditions for clearing the DTC The Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the
  • Page 1035DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0131 DTC U0131:F-CAN Malfunction (Powertrain Control Module (PCM)-EPS Control Unit) General Description cardiagn.com The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using F-CAN A and B signal lines. When th
  • Page 1036[ ]: HDS Parameter cardiagn.com
  • Page 1037Malfunction Threshold One of these conditions is met: The PCM does not receive any signals via the F-CAN B lines for at least 1.5 seconds. The information sent from the EPS control unit is abnormal at least 20 times. Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential p
  • Page 1038DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0131 DTC U0131:F-CAN Malfunction (Powertrain Control Module (PCM)-EPS Control Unit) General Description cardiagn.com The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using F-CAN A and B signal lines. When th
  • Page 1039Malfunction Threshold One of these conditions is met: cardiagn.com
  • Page 1040The PCM does not receive any signals via the F-CAN lines for at least 1.5 seconds. The information sent from the EPS control unit is abnormal at least 20 times. Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other caus
  • Page 1041DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0131 DTC U0131:F-CAN Malfunction (Powertrain Control Module (PCM)-EPS Control Unit) General Description cardiagn.com The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using two signal lines (F-CAN_H and F-CAN
  • Page 1042F-CAN circuit F-CAN_H line open F-CAN circuit F-CAN_L line open F-CAN circuit F-CAN_H line short to ground F-CAN circuit F-CAN_L line short to ground EPS control unit failure (include fuse fall-outs) PCM internal circuit failure Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is
  • Page 1043DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0151 DTC U0151:F-CAN Malfunction (Powertrain Control Module (PCM)-SRS Unit) General Description cardiagn.com The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using two signal lines (F-CAN_H and F-CAN_L). Whe
  • Page 1044cardiagn.co
  • Page 1045Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected, a Pending DTC, a Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data are stored in the PCM memory. The MIL does not come on. Conditions for clearing the DTC The Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the
  • Page 1046DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0151 DTC U0151:F-CAN Malfunction (Powertrain Control Module (PCM)-SRS Unit) General Description cardiagn.com The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using two signal lines (F-CAN_H and F-CAN_L). Whe
  • Page 1047cardiagn.co
  • Page 1048Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected, a Pending DTC, a Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data are stored in the PCM memory. The MIL does not come on. Conditions for clearing the DTC The Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the
  • Page 1049DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0151 DTC U0151:F-CAN Malfunction (Powertrain Control Module (PCM)-SRS Unit) General Description cardiagn.com The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using F-CAN A and B signal lines. When the inform
  • Page 1050[ ]: HDS Parameter cardiagn.com
  • Page 1051Malfunction Threshold One of these conditions is met: The PCM does not receive any signals via the F-CAN B lines for at least 1.5 seconds. The information sent from the SRS unit is abnormal at least 20 times. Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems,
  • Page 1052DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0151 DTC U0151:F-CAN Malfunction (Powertrain Control Module (PCM)-SRS Unit) General Description cardiagn.com The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using F-CAN A and B signal lines. When the inform
  • Page 1053Malfunction Threshold One of these conditions is met: cardiagn.com
  • Page 1054The PCM does not receive any signals via the F-CAN lines for at least 1.5 seconds. The information sent from the SRS unit is abnormal at least 20 times. Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other causes. SRS
  • Page 1055DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0151 DTC U0151:Lost Communication With SRS Unit General Description Without CAN gateway cardiagn.com With CAN gateway The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using two signal lines (F-CAN_H/F-CAN A_
  • Page 1056for a specified cycle, the transmission control module (TCM) detects a malfunction and stores a DTC. cardiagn.com
  • Page 1057Monitor Execution, Sequence, Duration, DTC Type Execution Continuous Sequence None Duration 1.5 seconds or more DTC Type One drive cycle, MIL off, Shift position indicator blinks Enable Conditions Condition Minimum Maximum 12 volt battery voltage [Battery 10.0 V – Voltage] [ ]: HDS Parameter Malfunc
  • Page 1058DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0151 DTC U0151:F-CAN Malfunction (Powertrain Control Module (PCM)-SRS Unit) General Description cardiagn.com The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using two signal lines (F-CAN_H and F-CAN_L). Whe
  • Page 1059F-CAN circuit F-CAN_H line open F-CAN circuit F-CAN_L line open F-CAN circuit F-CAN_H line short to ground F-CAN circuit F-CAN_L line short to ground SRS unit failure (include fuse fall-outs) PCM internal circuit failure Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected
  • Page 1060DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0155 DTC U0155:Lost Communication With Gauge Control Module General Description Without CAN gateway cardiagn.com With CAN gateway
  • Page 1061The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using two signal lines (F-CAN_H/F-CAN A_H and F-CAN_L/F-CAN A_L). When the information is not sent from the gauge control module via the F-CAN lines and this condition continues for a s
  • Page 1062DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0155 DTC U0155:F-CAN Malfunction (Powertrain Control Module (PCM)-Gauge Control Module) General Description cardiagn.com The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using two signal lines (F-CAN_H and F
  • Page 1063cardiagn.co
  • Page 1064Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected, the MIL comes on and a Pending DTC, a Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data are stored in the PCM memory. Conditions for clearing the DTC The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive trips in
  • Page 1065DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0155 DTC U0155:F-CAN Malfunction (Powertrain Control Module (PCM)-Gauge Control Module) General Description cardiagn.com The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using two signal lines (F-CAN_H and F
  • Page 1066cardiagn.co
  • Page 1067Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected, the MIL comes on and a Pending DTC, a Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data are stored in the PCM memory. Conditions for clearing the DTC The MIL is cleared if the malfunction does not return in three consecutive trips in
  • Page 1068DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0155 DTC U0155:F-CAN Malfunction (Powertrain Control Module (PCM)-Gauge Control Module) General Description cardiagn.com The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using F-CAN A and B signal lines. Whe
  • Page 1069[ ]: HDS Parameter cardiagn.com
  • Page 1070Malfunction Threshold One of these conditions is met: The PCM does not receive any signals via the F-CAN A lines for at least 1.5 seconds. The information sent from the gauge control module is abnormal at least 20 times. Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potenti
  • Page 1071DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0155 DTC U0155:Lost Communication With Gauge Control Module General Description Without CAN gateway cardiagn.com With CAN gateway
  • Page 1072The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using two signal lines (F-CAN_H/F-CAN A_H and F-CAN_L/F-CAN A_L). When the information is not sent from the gauge control module via the F-CAN lines and this condition continues for a s
  • Page 1073DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0155 DTC U0155:F-CAN Malfunction (Powertrain Control Module (PCM)-Gauge Control Module) General Description cardiagn.com The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using F-CAN A and B signal lines. Whe
  • Page 1074Malfunction Threshold One of these conditions is met: cardiagn.com
  • Page 1075The PCM does not receive any signals via the F-CAN lines for at least 1.5 seconds. The information sent from the gauge control module is abnormal at least 20 times. Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other
  • Page 1076DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0155 DTC U0155:F-CAN Malfunction (Powertrain Control Module (PCM)-Gauge Control Module) General Description cardiagn.com The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using two signal lines (F-CAN_H and F
  • Page 1077F-CAN circuit F-CAN_H line open F-CAN circuit F-CAN_L line open F-CAN circuit F-CAN_H line short to ground F-CAN circuit F-CAN_L line short to ground Gauge control module failure (include fuse fall-outs) PCM internal circuit failure Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction
  • Page 1078DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0301 DTC U0301:PGM-FI System and Transmission System Program Version Mismatch General Description cardiagn.com The controller area network (CAN) uses two signal lines. TM-CAN_H and TM-CAN_L, and it receives and transmits multiple signals simultaneously to/from multiple con
  • Page 1079DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0301 DTC U0301:PGM-FI System and Transmission System Program Version Mismatch General Description cardiagn.com The controller area network (CAN) uses two signal lines. TM-CAN_H and TM-CAN_L, and it receives and transmits multiple signals simultaneously to/from multiple con
  • Page 1080DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0302 DTC U0302:PGM-FI System and A/T System Program Version Mismatch General Description cardiagn.com The transmission control module (TCM) and the powertrain control module (PCM) uses communication line (TM-CAN_H and TM-CAN_L) to transmit/receive multiple signals simultan
  • Page 1081DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U0302 DTC U0302:PGM-FI System and A/T System Program Version Mismatch General Description cardiagn.com The transmission control module (TCM) and the powertrain control module (PCM) uses communication line (TM-CAN_H and TM-CAN_L) to transmit/receive multiple signals simultan
  • Page 1082DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U129E DTC U129E:F-CAN Malfunction (Powertrain Control Module (PCM)-Power Control Unit (PCU)) General Description The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using two signal cardiagn.com lines (F-CAN_H a
  • Page 1083Diagnosis Details cardiagn.com
  • Page 1084Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected, a Pending DTC, a Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data are stored in the PCM memory. The MIL does not come on. Conditions for clearing the DTC The Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the scan tool Clear c
  • Page 1085DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U129E DTC U129E:F-CAN Malfunction (Powertrain Control Module (PCM)-Power Control Unit (PCU)) General Description The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using two signal cardiagn.com lines (F-CAN_H a
  • Page 1086Diagnosis Details cardiagn.com
  • Page 1087Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected, a Pending DTC, a Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data are stored in the PCM memory. The MIL does not come on. Conditions for clearing the DTC The Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the scan tool Clear c
  • Page 1088DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U129E DTC U129E:F-CAN Malfunction (Powertrain Control Module (PCM)-Power Control Unit (PCU)) General Description cardiagn.com The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using F-CAN A and B signal lines.
  • Page 1089[ ]: HDS Parameter cardiagn.com
  • Page 1090Malfunction Threshold One of these conditions is met: The PCM does not receive any signals via the F-CAN A lines for at least 1.5 seconds. The information sent from the body control module is abnormal at least 20 times. Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potentia
  • Page 1091DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U129E DTC U129E:F-CAN Malfunction (Powertrain Control Module (PCM)-Power Control Unit (PCU)) General Description cardiagn.com The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using F-CAN A and B signal lines.
  • Page 1092Malfunction Threshold One of these conditions is met: cardiagn.com
  • Page 1093The PCM does not receive any signals via the F-CAN lines for at least 1.5 seconds. The information sent from the body control module is abnormal at least 20 times. Possible Cause NOTE: The causes shown may not be a complete list of all potential problems, and it is possible that there may be other c
  • Page 1094DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U129E DTC U129E:F-CAN Malfunction (Powertrain Control Module (PCM)-Power Control Unit (PCU)) General Description cardiagn.com The controller area network (CAN) transmits/receives pulsing signals to/from the control modules simultaneously by using two signal lines (F-CAN_H a
  • Page 1095F-CAN circuit F-CAN_H line open F-CAN circuit F-CAN_L line open F-CAN circuit F-CAN_H line short to ground F-CAN circuit F-CAN_L line short to ground Body control module failure (include fuse fall-outs) PCM internal circuit failure Diagnosis Details Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction
  • Page 1096DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U3000-49 DTC U3000-49:CAN Gateway Internal Failure General Description The CAN gateway performs onboard self-diagnosis to prevent transferring erroneous information when there is a malfunction in the CPU. If the CAN gateway detects a malfunction in the CPU, a DTC is stored.
  • Page 1097Diagnosis Details cardiagn.com
  • Page 1098Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected, a Pending DTC, a Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data are stored in the CAN gateway memory. Conditions for clearing the DTC The Pending DTC, the Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data can be cleared with the scan tool Clear command. cardiagn.c
  • Page 1099DTC Advanced Diagnostics: U3000-51 DTC U3000-51:CAN Gateway Programming Error General Description The CAN gateway has a reprogramming function. The CAN gateway could not be able to operate normally if the reprogramming is failed. If the CAN gateway reprogramming fails, a malfunction is detected and
  • Page 1100Diagnosis Details cardiagn.com
  • Page 1101Conditions for setting the DTC When a malfunction is detected, a Pending DTC, a Confirmed DTC, and the freeze data are stored in the CAN gateway memory. Conditions for clearing the DTC When the CAN gateway reprogramming is completed, DTC is cleared. cardiagn.com
  • Page 1102DTC Advanced Diagnostics: VSA related DTCs VSA Related DTCs NOTE Initial Diagnosis: The initial on-board diagnosis occurs right after the vehicle condition is turned to the ON mode, and the ABS/VSA indicator comes on, and continues until the indicator goes off. Regular Diagnosis: The regular on-boar
  • Page 1103Stop ABS function Stop EBD function Stop brake assist function Stop TCS function Stop VSA function Fail Safe Action Stop engine drag torque control function Stop hill start assist function Stop agile handling assist function Stop automatic brake hold function Stop driving support system's brake func
  • Page 11041 drive cycle Brake system indicator (red) on DTC Type Brake system indicator (amber) on ABS indicator on VSA indicator on Stop ABS function Stop EBD function Stop brake assist function Stop TCS function Stop VSA function Fail Safe Action Stop engine drag torque control function Stop hill start assi
  • Page 1105Basic Condition: 12 volt battery voltage 10 V or more Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition: 1. Start the engine, then wait for 2 seconds or more. Execution Initial Diagnosis/Regular Diagnosis Duration About 2 seconds 1 drive cycle Brake system indicator (red) on DTC Type Brake system indicator
  • Page 1106Stop ABS function Stop EBD function Stop brake assist function Stop TCS function Stop VSA function Fail Safe Action Stop engine drag torque control function Stop hill start assist function Stop agile handling assist function Stop automatic brake hold function Stop driving support system's brake func
  • Page 11071 drive cycle Brake system indicator (red) on DTC Type Brake system indicator (amber) on ABS indicator on VSA indicator on Stop ABS function Stop EBD function Stop brake assist function Stop TCS function Stop VSA function Fail Safe Action Stop engine drag torque control function Stop hill start assi
  • Page 11081 drive cycle DTC Type Brake system indicator (amber) on Stop automatic brake hold function Fail Safe Action Stop driving support system's brake function Stop emergency brake function Open or Poor connection between the VSA modulator-control unit and the relay circuit board (built-in brake light rel
  • Page 1109Stop ABS function Stop EBD function (If multiple failure wheel failures are detected) Stop brake assist function Stop TCS function Stop VSA function Fail Safe Action Stop engine drag torque control function Stop hill start assist function Stop agile handling assist function Stop automatic brake hold
  • Page 1110Basic Condition: 12 volt battery voltage 8.5 V or more Confirmation Operating Condition: Procedure 1. Start the engine. 2. Test-drive the vehicle at 19 mph (30 km/h) or more for at least 60 seconds. (Drive the vehicle on the road, not on a lift. Be careful of the surrounding traffic conditions.) Exe
  • Page 1111Stop ABS function Stop EBD function (If multiple failure wheel failures are detected) Stop brake assist function Stop TCS function Stop VSA function Fail Safe Action Stop engine drag torque control function Stop hill start assist function Stop agile handling assist function Stop automatic brake hold
  • Page 1112Basic Condition: 12 volt battery voltage 8.5 V or more Confirmation Operating Condition: Procedure 1. Start the engine. 2. Test-drive the vehicle at 19 mph (30 km/h) or more for at least 60 seconds. (Drive the vehicle on the road, not on a lift. Be careful of the surrounding traffic conditions.) Exe
  • Page 1113Stop ABS function Stop EBD function (If multiple failure wheel failures are detected) Stop brake assist function Stop TCS function Stop VSA function Fail Safe Action Stop engine drag torque control function Stop hill start assist function Stop agile handling assist function Stop automatic brake hold
  • Page 1114Basic Condition 12 volt battery voltage 8.5 V or more Confirmation Operating Condition: Procedure 1. Start the engine. 2. Test-drive the vehicle at 19 mph (30 km/h) or more for at least 60 seconds. (Drive the vehicle on the road, not on a lift. Be careful of the surrounding traffic conditions.) Exec
  • Page 1115Stop ABS function Stop EBD function (If multiple failure wheel failures are detected) Stop brake assist function Stop TCS function Stop VSA function Fail Safe Action Stop engine drag torque control function Stop hill start assist function Stop agile handling assist function Stop automatic brake hold
  • Page 1116Basic Condition: 12 volt battery voltage 8.5 V or more Confirmation Operating Condition: Procedure 1. Start the engine. 2. Test-drive the vehicle at 19 mph (30 km/h) or more for at least 60 seconds. (Drive the vehicle on the road, not on a lift. Be careful of the surrounding traffic conditions.) Exe
  • Page 1117Stop brake assist function Stop TCS function Stop VSA function Stop engine drag torque control function Fail Safe Action Stop hill start assist function Stop agile handling assist function Stop automatic brake hold function Stop driving support system's brake function Stop emergency brake function S
  • Page 1118Stop TCS function Stop VSA function Stop engine drag torque control function Fail Safe Action Stop hill start assist function Stop agile handling assist function Stop automatic brake hold function Stop driving support system's brake function Short to ground between the gauge control module and the b
  • Page 1119Stop TCS function Stop VSA function Stop engine drag torque control function Fail Safe Action Stop hill start assist function Stop agile handling assist function Stop automatic brake hold function Stop driving support system's brake function EPS motor/control unit internal failure Possible Cause VSA
  • Page 1120Stop TCS function Stop VSA function Stop engine drag torque control function Fail Safe Action Stop hill start assist function Stop agile handling assist function Stop automatic brake hold function Stop driving support system's brake function SRS unit internal failure Possible Cause VSA modulator-con
  • Page 1121SRS unit internal failure Possible Cause VSA modulator-control unit internal failure *1: M/T DTC C0062-F0: Longitudinal Acceleration Sensor Malfunction Operating Condition: 1. Start the engine. Confirmation 2. Test-drive the vehicle at 32 mph (50 km/h) or more for 6 minutes and press the brake pedal
  • Page 1122Basic Condition: 12 volt battery voltage 10 V or more Confirmation Operating Condition: Procedure 1. Start the engine. 2. Test-drive the vehicle at 32 mph (50 km/h) or more for at least 10 seconds. (Drive the vehicle on the road, not on a lift. Be careful of the surrounding traffic conditions.) Exec
  • Page 1123DTC C1000-94: ABS/VSA Activation Time Too Long cardiagn.com
  • Page 1124Basic Condition: 12 volt battery voltage 10 V or more Confirmation Operating Condition: Procedure 1. Start the engine. 2. Test-drive the vehicle at 32 mph (50 km/h) or more for at least 30 seconds. (Drive the vehicle on the road, not on a lift. Be careful of the surrounding traffic conditions.) Exec
  • Page 1125Execution Initial Diagnosis/Regular Diagnosis Duration About 2 seconds 1 drive cycle Brake system indicator (red) on DTC Type Brake system indicator (amber) on ABS indicator on VSA indicator on Stop ABS function Stop EBD function Stop brake assist function Stop TCS function Stop VSA function Fail Sa
  • Page 1126DTC C1022-14: Power Source Failure for Pump Motor Basic Condition: 12 volt battery voltage 9 V or more Confirmation Operating Condition: Procedure 1. Start the engine. 2. Test-drive the vehicle at 10 mph (15km/h) or more for at least 20 seconds. (Drive the vehicle on the road, not on a lift. Be care
  • Page 1127Basic Condition: 12 volt battery voltage 9 - 16 V Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition: 1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. Execution Initial Diagnosis Duration – 1 drive cycle DTC Type Brake system indicator (red) flash Brake system indicator (amber) on Fail Safe Action None Piston position n
  • Page 11281 drive cycle DTC Type Brake system indicator (amber) on Fail Safe Action None Electric parking actuator overheating Possible Cause VSA modulator-control unit internal failure DTC C1110-11: Left Rear Electric Parking Brake Actuator Circuit Short to Ground Basic Condition: 12 volt battery voltage 9 -
  • Page 1129Stop automatic brake hold function Stop manual operating function (If both sides of electric parking brake actuator failures are detected) Stop drive away assist function (If both sides of electric parking brake actuator failures are detected) Fail Safe Action Stop external applying function (If bot
  • Page 1130Stop automatic brake hold function Stop manual operating function (If both sides of electric parking brake actuator failures are detected) Stop drive away assist function (If both sides of electric parking brake actuator failures are detected) Fail Safe Action Stop external applying function (If bot
  • Page 1131*1: MT model cardiagn.com
  • Page 11321 drive cycle DTC Type Brake system indicator (amber) on VSA indicator on Stop automatic brake hold function Stop manual operating function (If both sides of electric parking brake actuator failures are detected) Stop drive away assist function (If both sides of electric parking brake actuator failu
  • Page 1133Stop automatic brake hold function Stop manual operating function (If both sides of electric parking brake actuator failures are detected) Stop drive away assist function (If both sides of electric parking brake actuator failures are detected) Fail Safe Action Stop external applying function (If bot
  • Page 1134Stop automatic brake hold function (If electric parking brake switch and drive away assist function are failed) Stop manual operating function Fail Safe Action Stop external applying function (If electric parking brake switch and drive away assist function are failed) Stop automatic adjusting functi
  • Page 1135Basic Condition: 12 volt battery voltage 9 - 16 V Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition: 1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. Execution Initial Diagnosis/Regular Diagnosis Duration – 1 drive cycle DTC Type Brake system indicator (amber) on VSA indicator on Stop hill start assist function Stop au
  • Page 1136Short to ground between the automatic brake hold switch and the gauge control module (BRAKE HOLD line) Possible Cause Automatic brake hold switch failure Gauge control module internal failure VSA modulator-control unit internal failure DTC C1270-15: Automatic Brake Hold Switch Signal Circuit Open Ba
  • Page 1137Operating Condition: 1. Start the engine. Confirmation 2. Test-drive the vehicle at 38 mph (60 km/h) or more for at least 3 seconds. Procedure 3. Drive in reverse. 4. Repeat steps 2 and 3, twice. (Drive the vehicle on the road, not on a lift. Be careful of the surrounding traffic conditions.) Execut
  • Page 1138Stop TCS function Stop VSA function Stop engine drag torque control function Stop hill start assist function Fail Safe Action Stop agile handling assist function Stop automatic brake hold function Stop driving support system's brake function Stop drive away assist function Stop ignition OFF apply fu
  • Page 1139*1: M/T *2: Without ACC *3: With ACC DTC U0101-00: CAN Communication Failure with TCM cardiagn.com
  • Page 1140Basic Condition: 12 volt battery voltage 10 V or more Confirmation Operating Condition: Procedure 1. Start the engine. 2. Test-drive the vehicle at 7 mph (10 km/h) or more for at least 2 seconds. (Drive the vehicle on the road, not on a lift. Be careful of the surrounding traffic conditions.) Execut
  • Page 1141Open or Poor connection between the VSA modulator-control unit and the CAN gateway (F-CAN A_L, F-CAN A_H, F-CAN B_L, F-CAN B_H lines) Open or Poor connection between the CAN gateway and the multipurpose camera unit (F-CAN B_L, F-CAN B_H)*1 Possible Cause Open or Poor connection between the CAN gatew
  • Page 11422. Test drive the vehicle at 7 mph (10 km/h) or more for at least 2 seconds. (Drive the vehicle on the road, not on a lift. Be careful of surrounding traffic conditions.) Execution Regular Diagnosis *1: Without ACC *2: With ACC cardiagn.com
  • Page 1143Duration About 2 seconds 1 drive cycle DTC Type Brake system indicator (amber) on VSA indicator on Stop TCS function Stop VSA function Stop engine drag torque control function Fail Safe Action Stop hill start assist function Stop agile handling assist function Stop automatic brake hold function Stop
  • Page 1144Basic Condition: 12 volt battery voltage 10 V or more Confirmation Operating Condition: Procedure 1. Start the engine. 2. Test drive the vehicle at 7 mph (10 km/h) or more for at least 2 seconds. (Drive the vehicle on the road, not on a lift. Be careful of surrounding traffic conditions.) Execution
  • Page 1145Stop ignition OFF apply function*1 *1: M/T cardiagn.com
  • Page 1146PCM internal failure Possible Cause VSA modulator-control unit internal failure *1: M/T DTC U0402-68: TCM Failure Basic Condition: 12 volt battery voltage 10 V or more Confirmation Operating Condition: Procedure 1. Start the engine. 2. Test drive the vehicle at 7 mph (10 km/h) or more for at least 2
  • Page 11471 drive cycle Brake system indicator (red) on (Dependant upon the conditions) DTC Type Brake system indicator (amber) on ABS indicator on (Dependant upon the conditions) VSA indicator on (Dependant upon the conditions) Stop ABS function (Dependant upon the conditions) Stop EBD function (Dependant up
  • Page 1148Stop ABS function Stop EBD function Stop brake assist function Stop TCS function Stop VSA function Stop engine drag torque control function Stop hill start assist function Stop agile handling assist function Fail Safe Action Stop automatic brake hold function Stop driving support system's brake func
  • Page 1149Basic Condition: 12 volt battery voltage 9 - 16 V Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition: 1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, then wait for 10 seconds or more. Execution Initial Diagnosis Duration About 10 seconds 1 drive cycle DTC Type Brake system indicator (red) flash Brake system indicator (
  • Page 1150DTC U3006-13: IG1 Circuit Open Basic Condition: 12 volt battery voltage 9 - 16 V Confirmation Procedure Operating Condition: 1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, then wait for 60 seconds or more. Execution Regular Diagnosis Duration About 60 seconds 1 drive cycle Brake system indicator (red) on (Depe
  • Page 1151Stop ABS function Stop EBD function (Dependant upon the conditions) Stop brake assist function Stop TCS function Stop VSA function Stop engine drag torque control function Stop hill start assist function Stop agile handling assist function Fail Safe Action Stop automatic brake hold function Stop dri
  • Page 1152Stop ABS function Stop EBD function Stop brake assist function Stop TCS function Stop VSA function Stop engine drag torque control function Stop hill start assist function Stop agile handling assist function Fail Safe Action Stop automatic brake hold function Stop driving support system's brake func