Honda CIVIC 10G 2016 Dtc Troubleshooting Page 1

DTC Troubleshooting: B0050-F0
DTC B0050-F0: Driver's Seat Belt Buckle Switch (Subfault) Fault Detection By
SRS Unit
NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information.
DTC Description DTC Freeze
Frame
B0050-F0 Driver's Seat Belt Buckle
Switch (Subfault) Fault Detection By
SRS Unit
1.
SRS system DTC check:
1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode.
2. Check for DTCs with the HDS.
DTC Description DTC
Are any DTCs indicated?
YES
Go to the indicated DTC's troubleshooting.
NO
Go to step 2.
2.
Problem verification:
1. Clear the DTC with the HDS.
2. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode, then the ON mode.
3. Check for DTCs with the HDS.
DTC Description DTC Freeze
Frame
B0050-F0 Driver's Seat Belt Buckle
Switch (Subfault) Fault Detection By
SRS Unit
Is DTC B0050-F0 indicated?
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  • Page 1DTC Troubleshooting: B0050-F0 DTC B0050-F0: Driver's Seat Belt Buckle Switch (Subfault) Fault Detection By SRS Unit NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame cardiagn.com B0050-F0 Driver's Seat Belt Buckle Switch (Subfault) Fault
  • Page 2YES The failure is duplicated. Check for loose terminals and poor connections in the multipurpose camera unit 20P connector. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting. If they are OK, replace the multipurpose camera unit.■ NO Intermittent fa
  • Page 3DTC Troubleshooting: B0050-F0 DTC B0050-F0: Driver's Seat Belt Buckle Switch Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame B0050-F0 Driver's Seat Belt Buckle cardiagn.com Switch Malfunction 1. SRS DTCs check: ‐1. Turn the
  • Page 4YES Check for loose terminals and poor connections in the VSA modulator-control unit 46P connector. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting. If they are OK, replace the VSA modulator- control unit.■ NO Intermittent failure, the system is O
  • Page 5DTC Troubleshooting: B0050-F0, C0061-F0, C0062-F0 DTC B0050-F0: Driver's Seat Belt Buckle Switch (Subfault) Fault Detection By SRS Unit DTC C0061-F0: Lateral Acceleration Sensor(Subfault) Fault Detection By Source Module DTC C0062-F0: Longitudinal Acceleration Sensor (Subfault) Fault Detection By So
  • Page 6DTC Description DTC C0061-F0 Lateral Acceleration Sensor(Subfault) Fault Detection By Source Module C0062-F0 Longitudinal Acceleration Sensor (Subfault) Fault Detection By Source Module Is DTC B0050-F0, C0061-F0, or C0062-F0 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to the indicated DTC's trouble
  • Page 7DTC Troubleshooting: B0001-11 cardiagn.com DTC B0001-11: Short to Ground in the Driver's Airbag First Inflator Special Tools Required ・SRS Inflator Simulator 07SAZ-TB4011A ・SRS Simulator Lead J 070AZ-SNAA100 NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collisio
  • Page 8YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Go to Troubleshooting Intermittent Failures. If another DTC is indicated, troubleshoot the DTC.■ 2. Driver's airbag inflator check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the neg
  • Page 9‐8. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, then wait for 10 seconds. ‐9. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B0001-11 Short to ground in the driver's airbag first inflator Is DTC B0001-11 indicated? YES Go to step 3. NO Short to ground in the driver's airbag first inflator; replace the driver
  • Page 10‐9. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, then wait for 10 seconds. ‐10. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B0001-11 Short to ground in the driver's airbag first inflator Is DTC B0001-11 indicated? YES Go to step 4. NO Short to ground in the cable reel; replace the cable reel, then clear th
  • Page 11YES The LA1+ and LA1-wires are OK. Faulty SRS unit or poor connection at SRS unit connector A (39P) and the SRS unit. Check the connection; if the connection is OK, check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting or replace the SRS unit. If the DT
  • Page 12DTC Troubleshooting: B0001-12 cardiagn.com DTC B0001-12: Short to Power in the Driver's Airbag First Inflator Special Tools Required ・SRS Inflator Simulator 07SAZ-TB4011A ・SRS Simulator Lead J 070AZ-SNAA100 NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision
  • Page 13YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Go to Troubleshooting Intermittent Failures. If another DTC is indicated, troubleshoot the DTC.■ 2. Driver's airbag inflator check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the neg
  • Page 14‐8. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, then wait for 10 seconds. ‐9. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B0001-12 Short to power in the driver's airbag first inflator Is DTC B0001-12 indicated? YES Go to step 3. NO Short to power in the driver's airbag first inflator; replace the driver's
  • Page 15‐9. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, then wait for 10 seconds. ‐10. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B0001-12 Short to power in the driver's airbag first inflator Is DTC B0001-12 indicated? YES Go to step 4. NO Short to power in the cable reel; replace the cable reel, then clear the
  • Page 16Is there 0.2 V or less? YES The LA1+ and LA1-wires are OK. Faulty SRS unit or poor connection at SRS unit connector A (39P) and the SRS unit. Check the connection; if the connection is OK, check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting or replace
  • Page 17DTC Troubleshooting: B0001-13 cardiagn.com DTC B0001-13: Open or Increased Resistance in the Driver's Airbag First Inflator Special Tools Required ・SRS Inflator Simulator 07SAZ-TB4011A ・SRS Simulator Lead J 070AZ-SNAA100 NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was
  • Page 18Is DTC B0001-13 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Go to Troubleshooting Intermittent Failures. If another DTC is indicated, troubleshoot the DTC.■ 2. Driver's airbag inflator check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) m
  • Page 19‐8. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, then wait for 10 seconds. ‐9. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B0001-13 Open or increased resistance in the driver's airbag first inflator Is DTC B0001-13 indicated? YES Go to step 3. NO Open in the driver's airbag first inflator; replace the driv
  • Page 20‐7. Reconnect the negative cable to the 12 volt battery. ‐8. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. ‐9. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, then wait for 10 seconds. ‐10. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B0001-13 Open or increased resistance in the driver's airbag first inflator Is DTC B0001-13 i
  • Page 21YES The LA1+ and LA1-wires are OK. Faulty SRS unit or poor connection at SRS unit connector A (39P) and the SRS unit. Check the connection; if the connection is OK, check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting or replace the SRS unit. If the DT
  • Page 22DTC Troubleshooting: B0001-1A cardiagn.com DTC B0001-1A: Decreased Resistance in the Driver's Airbag First Inflator Special Tools Required ・SRS Inflator Simulator 07SAZ-TB4011A ・SRS Simulator Lead J 070AZ-SNAA100 ・SRS Short Canceller 070AZ-SAA0100 NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, f
  • Page 23Is DTC B0001-1A indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Go to Troubleshooting Intermittent Failures. If another DTC is indicated, troubleshoot the DTC.■ 2. Driver's airbag inflator check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) m
  • Page 24‐8. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, then wait for 10 seconds. ‐9. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B0001-1A Decreased resistance in the driver's airbag first inflator Is DTC B0001-1A indicated? YES Go to step 3. NO Short to another wire in the driver's airbag first inflator; replace
  • Page 25‐7. Reconnect the negative cable to the 12 volt battery. ‐8. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. ‐9. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, then wait for 10 seconds. ‐10. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B0001-1A Decreased resistance in the driver's airbag first inflator Is DTC B0001-1A indicated
  • Page 26Is there an open circuit, or at least 1 MΩ? YES The LA1+ and LA1-wires are OK. Faulty SRS unit or poor connection at SRS unit connector A (39P) and the SRS unit. Check the connection; if the connection is OK, check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubl
  • Page 27DTC Troubleshooting: B0002-11 cardiagn.com DTC B0002-11: Short to Ground in the Driver's Airbag Second Inflator Special Tools Required ・SRS Inflator Simulator 07SAZ-TB4011A ・SRS Simulator Lead J 070AZ-SNAA100 NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collisi
  • Page 28YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Go to Troubleshooting Intermittent Failures. If another DTC is indicated, troubleshoot the DTC.■ 2. Driver's airbag inflator check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the neg
  • Page 29‐8. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, then wait for 10 seconds. ‐9. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B0002-11 Short to ground in the driver's airbag second inflator Is DTC B0002-11 indicated? YES Go to step 3. NO Short to ground in the driver's airbag second inflator; replace the driv
  • Page 30‐8. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. ‐9. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, then wait for 10 seconds. ‐10. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B0002-11 Short to ground in the driver's airbag second inflator Is DTC B0002-11 indicated? YES Go to step 4. NO Short to ground in the cable reel; rep
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  • Page 32YES The LA2+ and LA2-wires are OK. Faulty SRS unit or poor connection at SRS unit connector A (39P) and the SRS unit. Check the connection; if the connection is OK, check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting or replace the SRS unit. If the DT
  • Page 33DTC Troubleshooting: B0002-12 cardiagn.com DTC B0002-12: Short to Power in the Driver's Airbag Second Inflator Special Tools Required ・SRS Inflator Simulator 07SAZ-TB4011A ・SRS Simulator Lead J 070AZ-SNAA100 NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collisio
  • Page 34YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Go to Troubleshooting Intermittent Failures. If another DTC is indicated, troubleshoot the DTC.■ 2. Driver's airbag inflator check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the neg
  • Page 35‐8. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, then wait for 10 seconds. ‐9. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B0002-12 Short to power in the driver's airbag second inflator Is DTC B0002-12 indicated? YES Go to step 3. NO Short to power in the driver's airbag second inflator; replace the driver
  • Page 36‐8. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. ‐9. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, then wait for 10 seconds. ‐10. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B0002-12 Short to power in the driver's airbag second inflator Is DTC B0002-12 indicated? YES Go to step 4. NO Short to power in the cable reel; repla
  • Page 37Is there 0.2 V or less? YES The LA2+ and LA2-wires are OK. Faulty SRS unit or poor connection at SRS cardiagn.com unit connector A (39P) and the SRS unit. Check the connection; if the connection is OK, check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooti
  • Page 38DTC Troubleshooting: B0002-13 cardiagn.com DTC B0002-13: Open or Increased Resistance in the Driver's Airbag Second Inflator Special Tools Required ・SRS Inflator Simulator 07SAZ-TB4011A ・SRS Simulator Lead J 070AZ-SNAA100 NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was
  • Page 39Is DTC B0002-13 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Go to Troubleshooting Intermittent Failures. If another DTC is indicated, troubleshoot the DTC.■ 2. Driver's airbag inflator check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) m
  • Page 40‐8. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, then wait for 10 seconds. ‐9. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B0002-13 Open or increased resistance in the driver's airbag second inflator Is DTC B0002-13 indicated? YES Go to step 3. NO Open in the driver's airbag second inflator; replace the dr
  • Page 41‐7. Reconnect the negative cable to the 12 volt battery. ‐8. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. ‐9. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, then wait for 10 seconds. ‐10. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B0002-13 Open or increased resistance in the driver's airbag second inflator Is DTC B0002-13
  • Page 42YES The LA2+ and LA2-wires are OK. Faulty SRS unit or poor connection at SRS unit connector A (39P) and the SRS unit. Check the connection; if the connection is OK, check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting or replace the SRS unit. If the DT
  • Page 43DTC Troubleshooting: B0002-1A cardiagn.com DTC B0002-1A: Decreased Resistance in the Driver's Airbag Second Inflator Special Tools Required ・SRS Inflator Simulator 07SAZ-TB4011A ・SRS Simulator Lead J 070AZ-SNAA100 ・SRS Short Canceller 070AZ-SAA0100 NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure,
  • Page 44Is DTC B0002-1A indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Go to Troubleshooting Intermittent Failures. If another DTC is indicated, troubleshoot the DTC.■ 2. Driver's airbag inflator check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) m
  • Page 45‐8. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, then wait for 10 seconds. ‐9. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B0002-1A Decreased resistance in the driver's airbag second inflator Is DTC B0002-1A indicated? YES Go to step 3. NO Short to another wire in the driver's airbag second inflator; repla
  • Page 46‐7. Reconnect the negative cable to the 12 volt battery. ‐8. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. ‐9. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, then wait for 10 seconds. ‐10. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B0002-1A Decreased resistance in the driver's airbag second inflator Is DTC B0002-1A indicate
  • Page 47Is there an open circuit, or at least 1 MΩ? YES The LA2+ and LA2-wires are OK. Faulty SRS unit or poor connection at SRS unit connector A (39P) and the SRS unit. Check the connection; if the connection is OK, check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubl
  • Page 48DTC Troubleshooting: B0010-11, B0011-11 cardiagn.com DTC B0010-11: Short to Ground in the Front Passenger's Airbag First Inflator DTC B0011-11: Short to Ground in the Front Passenger's Airbag Second Inflator Special Tools Required ・SRS Inflator Simulator 07SAZ-TB4011A ・SRS Simulator Lead J 070AZ-SNA
  • Page 49DTC Description DTC B0011-11 Short to ground in the front passenger's airbag second inflator Is DTC B0010-11 or B0011-11 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Go to Troubleshooting Intermittent Failures. If another DTC is indi
  • Page 50DTC Description DTC B0011-11 Short to ground in the front passenger's airbag second inflator Is DTC B0010-11 or B0011-11 indicated? YES Go to step 3. NO Short to ground in the front passenger's airbag first or second inflator; replace the front passenger's airbag, then clear the DTC.■ 3. Shorted wir
  • Page 51YES The RA1+, RA1-, RA2+, and RA2- wires are OK. Faulty SRS unit or poor connection at SRS unit connector A (39P) and the SRS unit. Check the connection; if the connection is OK, check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting or replace the SRS u
  • Page 52DTC Troubleshooting: B0010-12, B0011-12 cardiagn.com DTC B0010-12: Short to Power in the Front Passenger's Airbag First Inflator DTC B0011-12: Short to Power in the Front Passenger's Airbag Second Inflator Special Tools Required ・SRS Inflator Simulator 07SAZ-TB4011A ・SRS Simulator Lead J 070AZ-SNAA1
  • Page 53DTC Description DTC B0011-12 Short to power in the front passenger's airbag second inflator Is DTC B0010-12 or B0011-12 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Go to Troubleshooting Intermittent Failures. If another DTC is indic
  • Page 54DTC Description DTC B0011-12 Short to power in the front passenger's airbag second inflator Is DTC B0010-12 or B0011-12 indicated? YES Go to step 3. NO Short to power in the front passenger's airbag first or second inflator; replace the front passenger's airbag, then clear the DTC.■ 3. Shorted wire
  • Page 55YES The RA1+, RA1-, RA2+, and RA2- wires are OK. Faulty SRS unit or poor connection at SRS unit connector A (39P) and the SRS unit. Check the connection; if the connection is OK, check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting or replace the SRS u
  • Page 56DTC Troubleshooting: B0010-13, B0011-13 cardiagn.com DTC B0010-13: Open or Increased Resistance in the Front Passenger's Airbag First Inflator DTC B0011-13: Open or Increased Resistance in the Front Passenger's Airbag Second Inflator Special Tools Required ・SRS Inflator Simulator 07SAZ-TB4011A ・SRS
  • Page 57‐3. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B0010-13 Open or increased resistance in the front passenger's airbag first inflator B0011-13 Open or increased resistance in the front passenger's airbag second inflator Is DTC B0010-13 or B0011-13 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to
  • Page 58‐9. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B0010-13 Open or increased resistance in the front passenger's airbag first inflator B0011-13 Open or increased resistance in the front passenger's airbag second inflator Is DTC B0010-13 or B0011-13 indicated? YES Go to step 3. NO Open in the fron
  • Page 59YES The RA1+, RA1-, RA2+, and RA2- wires are OK. Faulty SRS unit or poor connection at SRS unit connector A (39P) and the SRS unit. Check the connection; if the connection is OK, check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting or replace the SRS u
  • Page 60DTC Troubleshooting: B0010-1A, B0011-1A cardiagn.com DTC B0010-1A: Decreased Resistance in the Front Passenger's Airbag First Inflator DTC B0011-1A: Decreased Resistance in the Front Passenger's Airbag Second Inflator Special Tools Required ・SRS Inflator Simulator 07SAZ-TB4011A ・SRS Simulator Lead J
  • Page 61‐3. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B0010-1A Decreased resistance in the front passenger's airbag first inflator B0011-1A Decreased resistance in the front passenger's airbag second inflator Is DTC B0010-1A or B0011-1A indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Inter
  • Page 62‐9. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B0010-1A Decreased resistance in the front passenger's airbag first inflator B0011-1A Decreased resistance in the front passenger's airbag second inflator Is DTC B0010-1A or B0011-1A indicated? YES Go to step 3. NO Short to another wire in the fro
  • Page 63YES The RA1+, RA1-, RA2+, and RA2- wires are OK. Faulty SRS unit or poor connection at SRS unit connector A (39P) and the SRS unit. Check the connection; if the connection is OK, check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting or replace the SRS u
  • Page 64DTC Troubleshooting: B0020-11 DTC B0020-11: Short to Ground in the Driver's Side Airbag Inflator cardiagn.com Special Tools Required ・SRS Inflator Simulator 07SAZ-TB4011A ・SRS Simulator Lead L 070AZ-SNAA300 NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision
  • Page 652. Driver's side airbag inflator check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the negative cable from the 12 volt battery, then wait at least 3 minutes. ‐3. Disconnect the driver's side airbag inflator 2P connector (A) on the floor wire harness. ‐4. Connect the terminals of SRS
  • Page 66‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the negative cable from the 12 volt battery, then wait at least 3 minutes. ‐3. Disconnect the following connector. SRS unit connector B (39P) ‐4. Disconnect the SRS inflator simulator from SRS simulator lead L. Do not disconnect SRS simulat
  • Page 67DTC Troubleshooting: B0020-12 DTC B0020-12: Short to Power in the Driver's Side Airbag Inflator cardiagn.com Special Tools Required ・SRS Inflator Simulator 07SAZ-TB4011A ・SRS Simulator Lead L 070AZ-SNAA300 NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision.
  • Page 682. Driver's side airbag inflator check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the negative cable from the 12 volt battery, then wait at least 3 minutes. ‐3. Disconnect the driver's side airbag inflator 2P connector (A) on the floor wire harness. ‐4. Connect the terminals of SRS
  • Page 69‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the negative cable from the 12 volt battery, then wait at least 3 minutes. ‐3. Disconnect the following connector. SRS unit connector B (39P) ‐4. Disconnect the SRS inflator simulator from SRS simulator lead L. Do not disconnect SRS simulat
  • Page 70DTC Troubleshooting: B0020-13 DTC B0020-13: Open or Increased Resistance in the Driver's Side Airbag cardiagn.com Inflator Special Tools Required ・SRS Inflator Simulator 07SAZ-TB4011A ・SRS Simulator Lead L 070AZ-SNAA300 NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was i
  • Page 71YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Go to Troubleshooting Intermittent Failures. If another DTC is indicated, troubleshoot the DTC.■ 2. Driver's side airbag inflator check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect th
  • Page 72YES Go to step 3. NO Open in the driver's side airbag inflator; replace the driver's side airbag, then clear the DTC.■ 3. Open wire check (LSA+, LSA- lines): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the negative cable from the 12 volt battery, then wait at least 3 minutes. ‐3. Dis
  • Page 73DTC Troubleshooting: B0020-1A DTC B0020-1A: Decreased Resistance in the Driver's Side Airbag Inflator cardiagn.com Special Tools Required ・SRS Inflator Simulator 07SAZ-TB4011A ・SRS Simulator Lead L 070AZ-SNAA300 ・SRS Short Canceller 070AZ-SAA0100 NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, fi
  • Page 74YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Go to Troubleshooting Intermittent Failures. If another DTC is indicated, troubleshoot the DTC.■ 2. Driver's side airbag inflator check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect th
  • Page 75YES Go to step 3. NO Short to another wire in the driver's side airbag inflator; replace the driver's side airbag, then clear the DTC.■ 3. Shorted wire check (LSA+ line to LSA- line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the negative cable from the 12 volt battery, then wait a
  • Page 76DTC Troubleshooting: B0021-11 DTC B0021-11: Short to Ground in the Left Side Curtain Airbag First Inflator cardiagn.com NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so, verify that all the required components were replaced with new components of t
  • Page 77‐2. Disconnect the negative cable from the 12 volt battery, then wait at least 3 minutes. ‐3. Disconnect the following connector. SRS unit connector B (39P) ‐4. Measure the resistance between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode SRS unit connector B (39P): disconnected Test po
  • Page 78DTC Troubleshooting: B0021-12 cardiagn.com DTC B0021-12: Short to Power in the Left Side Curtain Airbag First Inflator NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so, verify that all the required components were replaced with new components of th
  • Page 79‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the negative cable from the 12 volt battery, then wait at least 3 minutes. ‐3. Disconnect the following connector. SRS unit connector B (39P) ‐4. Reconnect the negative cable to the 12 volt battery. ‐5. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐6.
  • Page 80YES The LCA+ and LCA- wires are OK. Short to power in the left side curtain airbag inflator; replace the left side curtain airbag, then clear the DTC.■ NO Short to power in the floor wire harness; replace the floor wire harness, then clear the DTC.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 81DTC Troubleshooting: B0021-1A DTC B0021-1A: Decreased Resistance in the Left Side Curtain Airbag First cardiagn.com Inflator Special Tools Required SRS Short Canceller 070AZ-SAA0100 NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so, verify that all
  • Page 822. Left side curtain airbag inflator check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the negative cable from the 12 volt battery, then wait at least 3 minutes. ‐3. 2-door: Remove the left side quarter pillar trim. ‐4. 4/5-door: Remove the headliner. ‐5. Disconnect the following co
  • Page 83YES The LCA+ and LCA- wires are OK. Faulty SRS unit or poor connection at SRS unit connector B (39P) and the SRS unit. Check the connection; if the connection is OK, check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting or replace the SRS unit. If the D
  • Page 84DTC Troubleshooting: B0028-11 DTC B0028-11: Short to Ground in the Front Passenger's Side Airbag Inflator cardiagn.com Special Tools Required ・SRS Inflator Simulator 07SAZ-TB4011A ・SRS Simulator Lead L 070AZ-SNAA300 NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a
  • Page 852. Front passenger's side airbag inflator check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the negative cable from the 12 volt battery, then wait at least 3 minutes. ‐3. Disconnect the front passenger's side airbag inflator 2P connector (A) on the floor wire harness. ‐4. Connect th
  • Page 86‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the negative cable from the 12 volt battery, then wait at least 3 minutes. ‐3. Disconnect the following connector. SRS unit connector B (39P) ‐4. Disconnect the SRS inflator simulator from SRS simulator lead L. Do not disconnect SRS simulat
  • Page 87DTC Troubleshooting: B0028-12 DTC B0028-12: Short to Power in the Front Passenger's Side Airbag Inflator cardiagn.com Special Tools Required ・SRS Inflator Simulator 07SAZ-TB4011A ・SRS Simulator Lead L 070AZ-SNAA300 NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a c
  • Page 882. Front passenger's side airbag inflator check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the negative cable from the 12 volt battery, then wait at least 3 minutes. ‐3. Disconnect the front passenger's side airbag inflator 2P connector (A) on the floor wire harness. ‐4. Connect th
  • Page 89‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the negative cable from the 12 volt battery, then wait at least 3 minutes. ‐3. Disconnect the following connector. SRS unit connector B (39P) ‐4. Disconnect the SRS inflator simulator from SRS simulator lead L. Do not disconnect SRS simulat
  • Page 90DTC Troubleshooting: B0028-13 DTC B0028-13: Open or Increased Resistance in the Front Passenger's Side cardiagn.com Airbag Inflator Special Tools Required ・SRS Inflator Simulator 07SAZ-TB4011A ・SRS Simulator Lead L 070AZ-SNAA300 NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehi
  • Page 91YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Go to Troubleshooting Intermittent Failures. If another DTC is indicated, troubleshoot the DTC.■ 2. Front passenger's side airbag inflator check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disc
  • Page 92YES Go to step 3. NO Open in the front passenger's side airbag inflator; replace the front passenger's side airbag, then clear the DTC.■ 3. Open wire check (RSA+, RSA- lines): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the negative cable from the 12 volt battery, then wait at least
  • Page 93DTC Troubleshooting: B0028-1A DTC B0028-1A: Decreased Resistance in the Front Passenger's Side Airbag cardiagn.com Inflator Special Tools Required ・SRS Inflator Simulator 07SAZ-TB4011A ・SRS Simulator Lead L 070AZ-SNAA300 ・SRS Short Canceller 070AZ-SAA0100 NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting proc
  • Page 94YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Go to Troubleshooting Intermittent Failures. If another DTC is indicated, troubleshoot the DTC.■ 2. Front passenger's side airbag inflator check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disc
  • Page 95YES Go to step 3. NO Short to another wire in the front passenger's side airbag inflator; replace the front passenger's side airbag, then clear the DTC.■ 3. Shorted wire check (RSA+ line to RSA- line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the negative cable from the 12 volt ba
  • Page 96DTC Troubleshooting: B0029-11 DTC B0029-11: Short to Ground in the Right Side Curtain Airbag First Inflator cardiagn.com NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so, verify that all the required components were replaced with new components of
  • Page 97‐2. Disconnect the negative cable from the 12 volt battery, then wait at least 3 minutes. ‐3. Disconnect the following connector. SRS unit connector B (39P) ‐4. Measure the resistance between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode SRS unit connector B (39P): disconnected Test po
  • Page 98DTC Troubleshooting: B0029-12 cardiagn.com DTC B0029-12: Short to Power in the Right Side Curtain Airbag First Inflator NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so, verify that all the required components were replaced with new components of t
  • Page 99‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the negative cable from the 12 volt battery, then wait at least 3 minutes. ‐3. Disconnect the following connector. SRS unit connector B (39P) ‐4. Reconnect the negative cable to the 12 volt battery. ‐5. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐6.
  • Page 100YES The RCA+ and RCA- wires are OK. Short to power in the right side curtain airbag inflator; replace the right side curtain airbag, then clear the DTC.■ NO Short to power in the floor wire harness; replace the floor wire harness, then clear the DTC.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 101DTC Troubleshooting: B0029-13 DTC B0029-13: Open or Increased Resistance in the Right Side Curtain Airbag cardiagn.com First Inflator NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so, verify that all the required components were replaced with new c
  • Page 102‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the negative cable from the 12 volt battery, then wait at least 3 minutes. ‐3. 2-door: Remove the right side quarter pillar trim. ‐4. 4/5-door: Remove the headliner. ‐5. Disconnect the following connector. Right side curtain airbag inflator
  • Page 103‐5. Connect terminals A and B with a jumper wire. Terminal A SRS unit connector B (39P) No. 7 Terminal B SRS unit connector B (39P) No. 8 ‐6. Measure the resistance between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Right side curtain airbag inflator 2P connector (on the floor wire
  • Page 104DTC Troubleshooting: B0029-1A DTC B0029-1A: Decreased Resistance in the Right Side Curtain Airbag First cardiagn.com Inflator Special Tools Required SRS Short Canceller 070AZ-SAA0100 NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so, verify that all
  • Page 1052. Right side curtain airbag inflator check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the negative cable from the 12 volt battery, then wait at least 3 minutes. ‐3. 2-door: Remove the right side quarter pillar trim. ‐4. 4/5-door: Remove the headliner. ‐5. Disconnect the following
  • Page 106YES The RCA+ and RCA- wires are OK. Faulty SRS unit or poor connection at SRS unit connector B (39P) and the SRS unit. Check the connection; if the connection is OK, check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting or replace the SRS unit. If the D
  • Page 107DTC Troubleshooting: B0050-11 DTC B0050-11: Short or Decreased Resistance in the Driver's Seat Belt Buckle Switch NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so, verify that all the required components were replaced with new components of the car
  • Page 108‐3. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. cardiagn.com ‐4. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, then wait for 10 seconds. ‐5. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B0050-11 Short or decreased resistance in the driver's seat belt buckle switch Is DTC B0050-11 indicated? YES Short in the floor wire harn
  • Page 109DTC Troubleshooting: B0050-13 cardiagn.com DTC B0050-13: Open or Increased Resistance in the Driver's Seat Belt Buckle Switch NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so, verify that all the required components were replaced with new component
  • Page 110NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Go to Troubleshooting Intermittent Failures. If another DTC is indicated, troubleshoot the DTC.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 1112. SRS unit check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Connect terminals A and B with a jumper wire without disconnecting the SRS unit connector B (39P). Terminal A SRS unit connector B (39P) No. 29 Terminal B Body ground ‐3. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. ‐4. Turn the vehicle to the ON m
  • Page 112‐5. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle ON mode Driver's seat belt buckle switch 2P connector (on the floor wire harness): disconnected Test point 1 Driver's seat belt buckle switch 2P connector No. 1 (on the floor wire harness) Test point 2 Body ground Is there 1
  • Page 113DTC Troubleshooting: B0052-11 DTC B0052-11: Short or Decreased Resistance in the Front Passenger's Seat Belt Buckle Switch NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so, verify that all the required components were replaced with new components o
  • Page 114‐3. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. cardiagn.com ‐4. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, then wait for 10 seconds. ‐5. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B0052-11 Short or decreased resistance in the front passenger's seat belt buckle switch Is DTC B0052-11 indicated? YES Short in the floor
  • Page 115DTC Troubleshooting: B0052-13 cardiagn.com DTC B0052-13: Open or Increased Resistance in the Front Passenger's Seat Belt Buckle Switch NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so, verify that all the required components were replaced with new
  • Page 116YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Go to Troubleshooting Intermittent Failures. If another DTC is indicated, troubleshoot the DTC.■ 2. SRS unit check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Connect terminals A and B with a j
  • Page 117‐4. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. cardiagn.com ‐5. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle ON mode Front passenger's seat belt buckle switch 2P connector (on the floor wire harness): disconnected Test point 1 Front passenger's seat belt buckle switch 2P connector N
  • Page 118Is there 1.0 Ω or less? YES The GND wire is OK. Faulty front passenger's seat belt buckle switch; replace the front passenger's seat belt buckle assembly, then clear the DTC.■ NO Open in the floor wire harness; check for a poor ground at G602. If the ground is OK, replace the floor wire harness, the
  • Page 119DTC Troubleshooting: B0070-11 DTC B0070-11: Short to Ground in the Driver's Seat Belt Tensioner cardiagn.com NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so, verify that all the required components were replaced with new components of the correct
  • Page 120‐2. Disconnect the negative cable from the 12 volt battery, then wait at least 3 minutes. ‐3. Disconnect the following connector. SRS unit connector B (39P) ‐4. Measure the resistance between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode SRS unit connector B (39P): disconnected Test po
  • Page 121DTC Troubleshooting: B0070-12 cardiagn.com DTC B0070-12: Short to Power in the Driver's Seat Belt Tensioner NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so, verify that all the required components were replaced with new components of the correct p
  • Page 122‐2. Disconnect the negative cable from the 12 volt battery, then wait at least 3 minutes. ‐3. Disconnect the following connector. SRS unit connector B (39P) ‐4. Reconnect the negative cable to the 12 volt battery. ‐5. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐6. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and
  • Page 123YES The LRP+ and LRP- wires are OK. Short to power in the driver's seat belt tensioner; replace the driver's seat belt, then clear the DTC.■ NO Short to power in the floor wire harness; replace the floor wire harness, then clear the DTC.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 124DTC Troubleshooting: B0070-13 DTC B0070-13: Open or Increased Resistance in the Driver's Seat Belt cardiagn.com Tensioner NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so, verify that all the required components were replaced with new components of
  • Page 125‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the negative cable from the 12 volt battery, then wait at least 3 minutes. ‐3. 2-door: Remove the left side rear side trim panel. ‐4. 4/5-door: Remove the left side B-pillar lower trim. ‐5. Disconnect the following connector. Driver's seat
  • Page 126Terminal A SRS unit connector B (39P) No. 20 Terminal B SRS unit connector B (39P) No. 21 ‐6. Measure the resistance between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Driver's seat belt tensioner 2P connector (on the floor wire harness): disconnected SRS unit connector B (39P): dis
  • Page 127DTC Troubleshooting: B0070-1A DTC B0070-1A: Decreased Resistance in the Driver's Seat Belt Tensioner cardiagn.com NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so, verify that all the required components were replaced with new components of the cor
  • Page 128‐2. Disconnect the negative cable from the 12 volt battery, then wait at least 3 minutes. ‐3. 2-door: Remove the left side rear side trim panel. ‐4. 4/5-door: Remove the left side B-pillar lower trim. ‐5. Disconnect the following connector. Driver's seat belt tensioner 2P connector (on the floor wir
  • Page 129DTC Troubleshooting: B0072-11 DTC B0072-11: Short to Ground in the Front Passenger's Seat Belt Tensioner cardiagn.com NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so, verify that all the required components were replaced with new components of the
  • Page 130‐2. Disconnect the negative cable from the 12 volt battery, then wait at least 3 minutes. ‐3. Disconnect the following connector. SRS unit connector B (39P) ‐4. Measure the resistance between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode SRS unit connector B (39P): disconnected Test po
  • Page 131DTC Troubleshooting: B0072-12 cardiagn.com DTC B0072-12: Short to Power in the Front Passenger's Seat Belt Tensioner NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so, verify that all the required components were replaced with new components of the
  • Page 132‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the negative cable from the 12 volt battery, then wait at least 3 minutes. ‐3. Disconnect the following connector. SRS unit connector B (39P) ‐4. Reconnect the negative cable to the 12 volt battery. ‐5. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐6.
  • Page 133YES The RRP+ and RRP- wires are OK. Short to power in the front passenger's seat belt tensioner; replace the front passenger's seat belt, then clear the DTC.■ NO Short to power in the floor wire harness; replace the floor wire harness, then clear the DTC.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 134DTC Troubleshooting: B0072-13 DTC B0072-13: Open or Increased Resistance in the Front Passenger's Seat cardiagn.com Belt Tensioner NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so, verify that all the required components were replaced with new comp
  • Page 1352. Front passenger's seat belt tensioner check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the negative cable from the 12 volt battery, then wait at least 3 minutes. ‐3. 2-door: Remove the right side rear side trim panel. ‐4. 4/5-door: Remove the right side B-pillar lower trim. ‐5.
  • Page 136‐5. Connect terminals A and B with a jumper wire. Terminal A SRS unit connector B (39P) No. 18 Terminal B SRS unit connector B (39P) No. 19 ‐6. Measure the resistance between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Front passenger's seat belt tensioner 2P connector (on the floor
  • Page 137DTC Troubleshooting: B0072-1A DTC B0072-1A: Decreased Resistance in the Front Passenger's Seat Belt cardiagn.com Tensioner NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so, verify that all the required components were replaced with new components o
  • Page 138‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the negative cable from the 12 volt battery, then wait at least 3 minutes. ‐3. 2-door: Remove the right side rear side trim panel. ‐4. 4/5-door: Remove the right side B-pillar lower trim. ‐5. Disconnect the following connector. Front passen
  • Page 139DTC Troubleshooting: B0090-4A, B0090-92 DTC B0090-4A, B0090-92: Internal Failure of the Left Front Impact Sensor NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so, verify that all the required components were replaced with new components of the corr
  • Page 140DTC Troubleshooting: B0090-87 cardiagn.com DTC B0090-87: No Signal From the Left Front Impact Sensor Special Tools Required ・SRS Inflator Simulator 07SAZ-TB4011A ・SRS Simulator Lead L 070AZ-SNAA300 NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so,
  • Page 141‐1. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. ‐2. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, then wait for 10 seconds. ‐3. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B0090-87 No signal from the left front impact sensor Is DTC B0090-87 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, t
  • Page 142Left front impact sensor 2P connector (on the engine compartment wire harness) ‐3. Measure the resistance between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode SRS unit connector A (39P): disconnected Left front impact sensor 2P connector (on the engine compartment wire harness): disco
  • Page 143YES The LFS+ and LFS- wires are not shorted to power. Go to step 7. NO Short to power in the engine compartment wire harness or the dashboard wire harness; replace the faulty harness, then clear the DTC.■ 7. Open wire check (LFS+, LFS- lines): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Connect
  • Page 144DTC Troubleshooting: B0091-4A, B0091-92 DTC B0091-4A, B0091-92: Internal Failure of the Left Side Impact Sensor (first) NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so, verify that all the required components were replaced with new components of t
  • Page 145DTC Troubleshooting: B0091-87, B0092-87 cardiagn.com
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  • Page 147DTC B0091-87: No Signal From the Left Side Impact Sensor (first) DTC B0092-87: No Signal From the Left Side Impact Sensor (second) NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so, verify that all the required components were replaced with new comp
  • Page 148Is the floor wire harness OK? YES Go to step 3. NO Replace the floor wire harness, then clear the DTC, and retest. 3. Connector connection check: ‐1. Check the following connections. SRS unit connector B (39P) Left side impact sensor (first) 4P connector (on the floor wire harness) Left side impact
  • Page 149YES Go to step 6. NO Replace the left side impact sensor (first), then clear the DTC.■ 6. Shorted wire check (LS1+ line to LS1- line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the negative cable from the 12 volt battery, then wait at least 3 minutes. ‐3. Return the left side impac
  • Page 150Test point 1 Left side impact sensor (first) 4P connector No. 2 (on the floor wire harness) Test point 2 Body ground Test point 1 Left side impact sensor (first) 4P connector No. 3 (on the floor wire harness) Test point 2 Body ground Is there an open circuit, or at least 1 MΩ? YES The LS1+ and LS1-
  • Page 151‐2. Measure the resistance between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode SRS unit connector B (39P): disconnected Left side impact sensor (first) 4P connector (on the floor wire harness): disconnected Left side impact sensor (second) 2P connector (on the floor wire harness): di
  • Page 152‐2. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, then wait for 10 seconds. ‐4. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B0092-87 No signal from the left side impact sensor (second) Is DTC B0092-87 indicated? YES Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode, then go to step 13
  • Page 153‐8. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B0092-87 No signal from the left side impact sensor (second) Is DTC B0092-87 indicated? YES Go to step 15. NO Replace the left side impact sensor (first), then clear the DTC.■ 15. Shorted wire check (LS2+ line to LS2- line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle t
  • Page 154‐1. Measure the resistance between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode SRS unit connector B (39P): disconnected Left side impact sensor (first) 4P connector (on the floor wire harness): disconnected Left side impact sensor (second) 2P connector (on the floor wire harness): di
  • Page 155Is there 0.2 V or less? YES The LS2+ and LS2- wires are not shorted to power. Go to step 18. NO Short to power in the floor wire harness between the left side impact sensor (first) and the left side impact sensor (second); replace the floor wire harness, then clear the DTC.■ 18. Open wire check (LS2
  • Page 156DTC Troubleshooting: B0092-4A, B0092-92 DTC B0092-4A, B0092-92: Internal Failure of the Left Side Impact Sensor (second) NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so, verify that all the required components were replaced with new components of
  • Page 157DTC Troubleshooting: B0095-4A, B0095-92 DTC B0095-4A, B0095-92: Internal Failure of the Right Front Impact Sensor NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so, verify that all the required components were replaced with new components of the cor
  • Page 158DTC Troubleshooting: B0095-87 cardiagn.com DTC B0095-87: No Signal From the Right Front Impact Sensor Special Tools Required ・SRS Inflator Simulator 07SAZ-TB4011A ・SRS Simulator Lead L 070AZ-SNAA300 NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so,
  • Page 159‐1. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. ‐2. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, then wait for 10 seconds. ‐3. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B0095-87 No signal from the right front impact sensor Is DTC B0095-87 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure,
  • Page 160Right front impact sensor 2P connector (on the engine compartment wire harness) ‐3. Measure the resistance between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode SRS unit connector A (39P): disconnected Right front impact sensor 2P connector (on the engine compartment wire harness): dis
  • Page 161YES The RFS+ and RFS- wires are not shorted to power. Go to step 7. NO Short to power in the engine compartment wire harness or the dashboard wire harness; replace the faulty harness, then clear the DTC.■ 7. Open wire check (RFS+, RFS- lines): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Connect
  • Page 162DTC Troubleshooting: B0096-4A, B0096-92 DTC B0096-4A, B0096-92: Internal Failure of the Right Side Impact Sensor (first) NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so, verify that all the required components were replaced with new components of
  • Page 163DTC Troubleshooting: B0096-87, B0097-87 cardiagn.com
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  • Page 165DTC B0096-87: No Signal From the Right Side Impact Sensor (first) DTC B0097-87: No Signal From the Right Side Impact Sensor (second) NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so, verify that all the required components were replaced with new co
  • Page 166Is the floor wire harness OK? YES Go to step 3. NO Replace the floor wire harness, then clear the DTC, and retest. 3. Connector connection check: ‐1. Check the following connections. SRS unit connector B (39P) Right side impact sensor (first) 4P connector (on the floor wire harness) Right side impac
  • Page 167YES Go to step 6. NO Replace the right side impact sensor (first), then clear the DTC.■ 6. Shorted wire check (RS1+ line to RS1- line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the negative cable from the 12 volt battery, then wait at least 3 minutes. ‐3. Return the right side imp
  • Page 168‐1. Measure the resistance between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode SRS unit connector B (39P): disconnected Right side impact sensor (first) 4P connector (on the floor wire harness): disconnected Right side impact sensor (second) 2P connector (on the floor wire harness):
  • Page 169YES The RS1+ and RS1- wires are not shorted to power. Go to step 9. NO Short to power in the floor wire harness between the SRS unit and the right side impact sensor (first); replace the floor wire harness, then clear the DTC.■ 9. Open wire check (RS1+, RS1- lines): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (
  • Page 170YES Go to step 13. NO Go to step 12. 12. System check: ‐1. Reset the loose connections that caused the problem in step 11. ‐2. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, then wait for 10 seconds. ‐4. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B0097-87 No signal from the
  • Page 171‐5. Reconnect the negative cable to the 12 volt battery. ‐6. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. ‐7. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, then wait for 10 seconds. ‐8. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B0097-87 No signal from the right side impact sensor (second) Is DTC B0097-87 indicated? YES G
  • Page 172YES The RS2+ and RS2- wires are not shorted. Go to step 16. NO Short to another wire in the floor wire harness between the right side impact sensor (first) and the right side impact sensor (second); replace the floor wire harness, then clear the DTC.■ 16. Shorted wire check (RS2+, RS2- lines): ‐1. M
  • Page 173Is there 0.2 V or less? YES The RS2+ and RS2- wires are not shorted to power. Go to step 18. NO Short to power in the floor wire harness between the right side impact sensor (first) and the right side impact sensor (second); replace the floor wire harness, then clear the DTC.■ 18. Open wire check (R
  • Page 174YES The RS2+ and RS2- wires are OK. Disconnect and reconnect the connector, and then check the DTC again. If the DTC is still present, check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting or replace the SRS unit.■ NO Open in the floor wire harness betw
  • Page 175DTC Troubleshooting: B0097-4A, B0097-92 DTC B0097-4A, B0097-92: Internal Failure of the Right Side Impact Sensor (second) NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so, verify that all the required components were replaced with new components of
  • Page 176DTC Troubleshooting: B00A0-54 DTC B00A0-54: Front Passenger's Weight Sensor not Calibrated NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so, verify that all the required components were replaced with new components of the correct part number and we
  • Page 177DTC Troubleshooting: B00B5-11 cardiagn.com DTC B00B5-11: Short or Decreased Resistance in the Driver's Seat Position Sensor NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so, verify that all the required components were replaced with new components
  • Page 178YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Go to Troubleshooting Intermittent Failures. If another DTC is indicated, troubleshoot the DTC.■ 2. Driver's seat position sensor check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect th
  • Page 179DTC Troubleshooting: B00B5-13 cardiagn.com DTC B00B5-13: Open or Increased Resistance in the Driver's Seat Position Sensor NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so, verify that all the required components were replaced with new components o
  • Page 180YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Go to Troubleshooting Intermittent Failures. If another DTC is indicated, troubleshoot the DTC.■ 2. Connector connection check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Check the following co
  • Page 181‐3. Disconnect the negative cable from the 12 volt battery, then wait at least 3 minutes. ‐4. Disconnect the following connector. SRS unit connector B (39P) ‐5. Measure the resistance between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Driver's seat position sensor 2P connector (on t
  • Page 182DTC Troubleshooting: B00C0-16, B00C0-96, B00C2-16, B00C2-96 DTC B00C0-16, B00C0-96: Internal Failure of the Front Passenger's Weight Sensor (front inner side) DTC B00C2-16, B00C2-96: Internal Failure of the Front Passenger's Weight Sensor (rear inner side) NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting pro
  • Page 183DTC Description DTC B00C2-16 Internal failure of the front passenger's weight sensor (rear inner side) B00C2-96 Internal failure of the front passenger's weight sensor (rear inner side) Is DTC B00C0-16, B00C0-96, B00C2-16, or B00C2-96 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Faulty front passenger'
  • Page 184DTC Troubleshooting: B00C0-4A, B00C2-4A DTC B00C0-4A: Different Supplier ID/Function ID of the Front Passenger's Weight Sensor (front inner side) DTC B00C2-4A: Different Supplier ID/Function ID of the Front Passenger's Weight Sensor (rear inner side) NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure
  • Page 185YES The failure is duplicated. Faulty front passenger's weight sensor. Replace the front passenger's weight sensors as an assembly, then clear the DTC, and retest. If the DTC is still present, check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting or rep
  • Page 186DTC Troubleshooting: B00C0-54, B00C2-54 DTC B00C0-54: Different Serial ID of the Front Passenger's Weight Sensor (front inner side) DTC B00C2-54: Different Serial ID of the Front Passenger's Weight Sensor (rear inner side) NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle wa
  • Page 187YES The failure is duplicated. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting or replace the SRS unit.■ NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Go to Troubleshooting Intermittent Failures. If another DTC is indicated, troubleshoot
  • Page 188DTC Troubleshooting: B00C0-87 cardiagn.com DTC B00C0-87: No Signal From the Front Passenger's Weight Sensor (front inner side) NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so, verify that all the required components were replaced with new componen
  • Page 189Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, review SRS Precautions and Procedures, General Troubleshooting Information, and 12 Volt Battery Terminal Disconnection and Reconnection. cardiagn.com
  • Page 190DTC Description DTC B00C0-87 No signal from the front passenger's weight sensor (front inner side) 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. ‐2. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, then wait for 10 seconds. ‐3. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B00C0-87 No signal from the
  • Page 191Is there 1.0 Ω or less? YES The SWS+/PWR SWS wire is OK. Go to step 3. NO Open in the floor wire harness or the front passenger's seat wire harness; replace the faulty harness, then clear the DTC.■ 3. Open wire check (SWS-/GND SWS line): ‐1. Measure the resistance between test points 1 and 2. Test c
  • Page 192Test point 2 Front passenger's weight sensor (front inner side) 3P connector No. 2 (on the front passenger's seat wire harness) Is there 1.0 Ω or less? YES The SWSS/LIN SWS wire is not open. Go to step 5. NO Open in the floor wire harness or the front passenger's seat wire harness; replace the fault
  • Page 193Test point 1 SRS unit connector B (39P) No. 30 Test point 2 Body ground Is there an open circuit, or at least 1 MΩ? YES The SWSS/LIN SWS wires are not shorted. Go to step 7. NO Short to ground in the floor wire harness or the front passenger's seat wire harness; replace the faulty harness, then clea
  • Page 194‐4. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. ‐5. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, then wait for 10 seconds. ‐6. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B00C0-87 No signal from the front passenger's weight sensor (front inner side) Is DTC B00C0-87 indicated? YES The front passenger's weight sensor is OK
  • Page 195DTC Troubleshooting: B00C2-87 cardiagn.com DTC B00C2-87: No Signal From the Front Passenger's Weight Sensor (rear inner side) NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so, verify that all the required components were replaced with new component
  • Page 196‐3. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B00C2-87 No signal from the front passenger's weight sensor (rear inner side) Is DTC B00C2-87 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Go to Troubleshooting Intermittent Failur
  • Page 197Test point 1 SRS unit connector B (39P) No. 28 Test point 2 Front passenger's weight sensor (rear inner side) 3P connector No. 3 (on the front passenger's seat wire harness) Is there 1.0 Ω or less? YES The SWS-/GND SWS wire is OK. Go to step 4. NO Open in the floor wire harness or the front passenge
  • Page 198SRS unit connector B (39P) Front passenger's weight sensor (rear inner side) 3P connector (on the front passenger's seat wire harness) ‐3. Reconnect the negative cable to the 12 volt battery. ‐4. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. ‐5. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, then wait for 10 seconds. ‐6. Check fo
  • Page 199DTC Troubleshooting: B00D5-14 DTC B00D5-14: Open or Short to Ground in the Front Passenger's Airbag cardiagn.com Cutoff Indicator NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so, verify that all the required components were replaced with new compo
  • Page 200‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the negative cable from the 12 volt battery, then wait at least 3 minutes. ‐3. Disconnect the following connectors. Front passenger's airbag cutoff indicator 5P connector (on the dashboard wire harness) SRS unit connector A (39P) ‐4. Measur
  • Page 201DTC Troubleshooting: B00D5-17 DTC B00D5-17: Short to Power in the Front Passenger's Airbag Cutoff Indicator NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so, verify that all the required components were replaced with new components of the correct p
  • Page 202‐3. Disconnect the following connectors. Front passenger's airbag cutoff indicator 5P connector (on the dashboard wire harness) SRS unit connector A (39P) ‐4. Reconnect the negative cable to the 12 volt battery. ‐5. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐6. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2
  • Page 203DTC Troubleshooting: B1002 DTC B1002: BCM (Body Control Module) Internal Error (EEPROM Error) NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1002 BCM (Body Control Module) Internal Error (EEPROM Error) 1.
  • Page 204DTC Troubleshooting: B1003 DTC B1003: BCM (Body Control Module) PROGRAM Error NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. This DTC is indicated when a body control module update is not completed properly. Before updating t
  • Page 205DTC Troubleshooting: B1028 cardiagn.com DTC B1028: Rear Wiper Motor(Park) Signal Error NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1028 Rear Wiper Motor(Park) Signal Error 1. Problem verification: ‐1.
  • Page 206‐2. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode and then the ON mode. ‐3. Turn the rear window wiper switch to INT for 15 seconds or more, then turn the switch OFF. ‐4. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B1028 Rear Wiper Motor(Park) Signal Error Is DTC B1028 indicated? YES Go to step 2. NO
  • Page 207‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Do the rear window wiper motor test. Does the wiper motor run and does it pulse normally? YES Go to step 5. NO Replace the rear window wiper motor.■ 5. Shorted wire check (RR WIPER MTR line to power): ‐1. Disconnect the following connector. Body contr
  • Page 2087. Open wire check (RR WIPER MTR line): ‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Rear window wiper motor 3P connector: disconnected Body control module connector A (14P): disconnected Test point 1 Body control module connector A (14P) No. 7 Test po
  • Page 209DTC Troubleshooting: B1032 cardiagn.com DTC B1032: CDS (Collision Detection Signal) Signal Error NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1032 CDS (Collision Detection Signal) Signal Error 1. Proble
  • Page 210‐2. Do the 12 volt battery terminal disconnection procedure, and wait for at least 3 minutes. ‐3. Disconnect the following connectors. Body control module connector D (40P) SRS unit connector A (39P) ‐4. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Body co
  • Page 211DTC Troubleshooting: B1036 DTC B1036: IG1 Power Supply Circuit Malfunction NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1036 IG1 Power Supply Circuit cardiagn.com Malfunction 1. Problem verification: ‐1
  • Page 212DTC Troubleshooting: B1038 cardiagn.com DTC B1038: IMMOBILIZER F-CAN Authentication ID Not Received NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. According to the detected DTC(s), check for the power circuit and the ground circuit of the control unit which cannot com
  • Page 213DTC Description DTC B1038 IMMOBILIZER F-CAN Authentication ID Not Received 1. CAN gateway system DTC check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Check for CAN gateway system DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC U0029-00 CAN Gateway F-CAN ch A Bus Off U0047-00 CAN Gateway F-CAN ch B Bus Off U30
  • Page 214Is there continuity? YES The F-CAN A_H and F-CAN A_L wires are OK. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the CAN gateway and the body control module. Substitute a known-good body control module, then recheck. If the DTC B1038 goes away and the body control module was substituted, replace
  • Page 215DTC Circuit name Test point 1 (Receiving control unit) Test point 2 (Transmitting control unit) Connector Terminal Connector Terminal B1038 F-CAN A_H CAN gateway 12P connector No. 3 VSA modulator-control unit No. 20 F-CAN A_L No. 9 46P connector No. 21 Is there continuity? YES The F-CAN A_H wire and
  • Page 216YES The F-CAN B_H wire and the F-CAN B_L wire are OK. Refer to the DTC shown on the display, replace the control unit based on the instructions (see table).■ DTC Operation for transmitting control unit B1038 Replace the VSA modulator-control unit. NO Repair an open in F-CAN B_H or F-CAN B_L wire bet
  • Page 217DTC Troubleshooting: B1038 cardiagn.com DTC B1038: IMMOBILIZER F-CAN Authentication ID Not Received NOTE: If keyless access power control unit DTC U0073 is stored, troubleshoot DTC U0073 first. If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Tes
  • Page 218YES Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for loose or poor connections at the body control module and the VSA modulator-control unit.■ 2. Gauge control module DTC check: ‐1. Check for gauge control module DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC U0122 Gauge Contr
  • Page 219Is there continuity? YES Replace the body control module.■ NO An open or poor connection in the F-CAN_H and/or F-CAN_L wire between the body control module and the VSA modulator-control unit.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 220DTC Troubleshooting: B1039 DTC B1039: IMMOBILIZER F-CAN Authentication ID Unmatch NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1039 IMMOBILIZER F-CAN Authentication ID Unmatch 1. Problem verification: c
  • Page 221DTC Troubleshooting: B1040 cardiagn.com DTC B1040: BCM (Body Control Module) Lost Communication with Front Wiper NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1040 BCM (Body Control Module) Lost Communic
  • Page 222‐2. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode and then the ON mode. ‐3. Wait for at least 6 seconds. ‐4. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B1040 BCM (Body Control Module) Lost Communication with Front Wiper Is DTC B1040 indicated? YES Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is
  • Page 2234. Open wire check (+B WIPER line): ‐1. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Windshield wiper control unit/motor 6P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Windshield wiper control unit/motor 6P connector No. 2 Test point 2 Body ground Is there battery
  • Page 224Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Body control module connector C (28P): disconnected Windshield wiper control unit/motor 6P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Body control module connector C (28P) No. 13 Test point 2 Windshield wiper control unit/motor 6P connector No. 4 Is there continuity?
  • Page 225DTC Troubleshooting: B1040 cardiagn.com DTC B1040: BCM (Body Control Module) Lost Communication with Front Wiper NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1040 BCM (Body Control Module) Lost Communic
  • Page 226‐2. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode and then the ON mode. ‐3. Wait for at least 6 seconds. ‐4. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B1040 BCM (Body Control Module) Lost Communication with Front Wiper Is DTC B1040 indicated? YES Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is
  • Page 227NO Go to step 4. 4. Open wire check (+B WIPER line): ‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Windshield wiper control unit/motor 6P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Windshield wiper control unit/motor 6P connector No. 2 Test point 2 Body groun
  • Page 228Body control module connector C (28P): disconnected Windshield wiper control unit/motor 6P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Body control module connector C (28P) No. 13 Test point 2 Windshield wiper control unit/motor 6P connector No. 4 Is there continuity? YES The LIN(FR WIPER) wire is OK. Repl
  • Page 229DTC Troubleshooting: B1041 DTC B1041: Front Wiper Motor Malfunction NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1041 Front Wiper Motor Malfunction 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Clear the DTCs with the H
  • Page 230DTC Troubleshooting: B1042 cardiagn.com DTC B1042: Front Wiper Security Line Error NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1042 Front Wiper Security Line Error 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Clear th
  • Page 231‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Body control module connector B (36P): disconnected Windshield wiper control unit/motor 6P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Windshield wiper control unit/motor 6P connector No. 3 Test point 2 Body ground
  • Page 232DTC Troubleshooting: B1043 DTC B1043: Front Wiper Unit Internal Error (EEPROM Error) NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1043 Front Wiper Unit Internal Error (EEPROM Error) 1. Problem verificat
  • Page 233DTC Troubleshooting: B1085 cardiagn.com DTC B1085: Headlight Low Light Source Abnormality NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1085 Headlight Low Light Source Abnormality 1. Problem verification
  • Page 234‐1. Check the status of the headlights. Does one of headlight go off? YES Go to step 3. NO Go to step 4. 3. Headlight check: ‐1. Swap the left headlight and the right headlight. Are the symptoms swapped left and right? YES Replace the failure headlight.■ NO Replace the body control module.■ 4. Short
  • Page 235DTC Troubleshooting: B1125 DTC B1125: Driver's Power Window Motor A Pulse Malfunction cardiagn.com NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1125 Driver's Power Window Motor A Pulse Malfunction 1. Pr
  • Page 236‐4. Connect and disconnect the jumper wire to body ground repeatedly. ‐5. Check the parameter(s) below with the HDS. Signal Current conditions Values Unit Driver's P/W Motor Pulse A Does the information indicator display DETECT? YES Faulty driver's power window motor; replace the driver's door regul
  • Page 237DTC Troubleshooting: B1126 DTC B1126: Driver's Power Window Motor B Pulse Malfunction cardiagn.com NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1126 Driver's Power Window Motor B Pulse Malfunction 1. Pr
  • Page 238‐4. Connect and disconnect the jumper wire to ground repeatedly. ‐5. Check the parameter(s) below with the HDS. Signal Current conditions Values Unit Driver's P/W Motor Pulse B Does the information indicator display DETECT? YES Faulty driver's power window motor; replace the driver's door regulator.
  • Page 239DTC Troubleshooting: B1127 cardiagn.com DTC B1127: Driver's Door Lock Key Cylinder Switch Malfunction NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1127 Driver's Door Lock Key Cylinder Switch Malfunction
  • Page 240Signal Current conditions Values Unit Switch(LOCK) Signal Current conditions Values Unit Driver's Door Key Cylinder Switch(UNLOCK) Is either information indicator ON? YES Go to step 4. NO Go to step 2. 2. Problem verification (driver's door key cylinder switch in the lock position): ‐1. With the dri
  • Page 241‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Driver's door latch 10P connector ‐3. Check the parameter(s) below with the HDS. Signal Current conditions Values Unit Driver's Door Key Cylinder Switch(LOCK) Driver's Door Key Cylinder Switch(UNLOCK) Is either information indicator ON? YES Go to step 5. NO Fa
  • Page 242DTC Troubleshooting: B1128 DTC B1128: Driver's Door Lock Switch Malfunction NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1128 Driver's Door Lock Switch Malfunction 1. Problem verification: cardiagn.com
  • Page 243DTC Troubleshooting: B1129 cardiagn.com DTC B1129: Driver's Door Lock Knob Switch Malfunction NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1129 Driver's Door Lock Knob Switch Malfunction 1. Problem veri
  • Page 244‐3. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B1129 Driver's Door Lock Knob Switch Malfunction Is DTC B1129 indicated? YES Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time.■ 2. Determine possible failure area (DR SILCON UNLOCK, DR SILCON LOCK lines): ‐1. With the driver's
  • Page 245YES Repair a short in DR SILCON UNLOCK wire to DR SILCON LOCK wire.■ NO Faulty driver's door lock knob switch; replace the driver's door latch.■ 5. Shorted wire check (DR SILCON UNLOCK line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connectors. Driver's door latch 10
  • Page 246DTC Troubleshooting: B1130 DTC B1130: Front Passenger's Power Window Motor A Pulse Malfunction cardiagn.com NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1130 Front Passenger's Power Window Motor A Pulse
  • Page 247‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Passenger's power window switch 37P connector: disconnected Passenger's power window motor 6P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Passenger's power window switch 37P connector No. 35 Test point 2 Passenger'
  • Page 248DTC Troubleshooting: B1130 DTC B1130: Front Passenger's Power Window Motor A Pulse Malfunction cardiagn.com NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1130 Front Passenger's Power Window Motor A Pulse
  • Page 249‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Front passenger's power window switch 37P connector: disconnected Front passenger's power window motor 6P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Front passenger's power window switch 37P connector No. 35 Test
  • Page 250DTC Troubleshooting: B1131 DTC B1131: Front Passenger's Power Window Motor B Pulse Malfunction cardiagn.com NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1131 Front Passenger's Power Window Motor B Pulse
  • Page 251‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Passenger's power window switch 37P connector: disconnected Passenger's power window motor 6P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Passenger's power window switch 37P connector No. 37 Test point 2 Passenger'
  • Page 252DTC Troubleshooting: B1131 DTC B1131: Front Passenger's Power Window Motor B Pulse Malfunction cardiagn.com NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1131 Front Passenger's Power Window Motor B Pulse
  • Page 253‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Front passenger's power window switch 37P connector: disconnected Front passenger's power window motor 6P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Front passenger's power window switch 37P connector No. 37 Test
  • Page 254DTC Troubleshooting: B1140 DTC B1140: Driver's Power Window Position Detect Circuit Malfunction NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1140 Driver's Power Window Position Detect Circuit Malfunctio
  • Page 255DTC Troubleshooting: B1142 DTC B1142: Door Multiplex Control Unit Lost Communication with Front Passenger's Power Window Switch (UART Line Open) NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN cardiagn.com System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC
  • Page 256YES Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time.■ 2. Open wire check (LIN(P/W) line) 1: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connectors. Power window master switch 37P connector Passenger's power window switch 37P connector Moonroof motor
  • Page 257Is there continuity? YES Repair a short to ground in the wire.■ NO The LIN(P/W) wire is not shorted to ground. Go to step 5. 5. Shorted wire check (LIN(P/W) line to power): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle ON mode Power
  • Page 258DTC Troubleshooting: B1142 cardiagn.com DTC B1142: Door Multiplex Control Unit Lost Communication with Front Passenger's Power Window Switch (UART Line Open) NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC
  • Page 259YES Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time.■ 2. Open wire check (LIN(P/W) line) 1: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connectors. Power window master switch 37P connector Front passenger's power window switch 37P connector Moonroof
  • Page 260‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle ON mode Power window master switch 37P connector: disconnected Front passenger's power window switch 37P connector: disconnected Moonroof motor-control unit 14P connector: disconnected Te
  • Page 261DTC Troubleshooting: B1142 DTC B1142: Door Multiplex Control Unit Lost Communication with Front Passenger's Power Window Switch (UART Line Open) NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN cardiagn.com System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC
  • Page 262YES Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time.■ 2. Open wire check (LIN(P/W) line) 1: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connectors. Power window master switch 37P connector Front passenger's power window switch 37P connector Moonroof
  • Page 263NO The LIN(P/W) wire is not shorted to ground. Go to step 5. 5. Shorted wire check (LIN(P/W) line to power): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle ON mode Power window master switch 37P connector: disconnected Front passenger
  • Page 264DTC Troubleshooting: B1145 DTC B1145: Front Passenger's Power Window Position Detect Circuit Malfunction NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. cardiagn.com DTC Description DTC B1145 Front Passenger's Power Window Pos
  • Page 265Is DTC B1130 or B1131 indicated? YES Troubleshoot DTC B1130 or B1131.■ NO Resetting the passenger's power window switch.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 266DTC Troubleshooting: B1145 DTC B1145: Front Passenger's Power Window Position Detect Circuit Malfunction NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. cardiagn.com DTC Description DTC B1145 Front Passenger's Power Window Pos
  • Page 267Is DTC B1130 or B1131 indicated? YES Troubleshoot DTC B1130 or B1131.■ NO Resetting the front passenger's power window switch.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 268DTC Troubleshooting: B1175 cardiagn.com DTC B1175: Fuel Level Sensor (Fuel Gauge Sending Unit) Circuit Malfunction NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1175 Fuel Level Sensor (Fuel Gauge Sending
  • Page 269Fuel tank unit 4P connector ‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2 individually. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Gauge control module connector A (32P): disconnected Fuel tank unit 4P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Gauge control module connector A (32P) No. 22 Test point 2
  • Page 270DTC Troubleshooting: B1176 DTC B1176: Fuel Level Sensor (Fuel Gauge Sending Unit) Circuit Short cardiagn.com NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1176 Fuel Level Sensor (Fuel Gauge Sending Unit)
  • Page 271‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Fuel tank unit 4P connector: disconnected Gauge control module connector A (32P): disconnected Test point 1 Gauge control module connector A (32P) No. 22 Test point 2 Body ground Is there continuity? YES Rep
  • Page 272DTC Troubleshooting: B1195 cardiagn.com DTC B1195: Gauge Control Module Lost Communication with Audio Remote Switch (LIN Bus Connected) NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1195 Gauge Control Mo
  • Page 2731. Problem verification: ‐1. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. ‐2. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode and then the ON mode. ‐3. Wait for at least 4 seconds. ‐4. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B1195 Gauge Control Module Lost Communication with Audio Remote Switch (LIN Bus Connected)
  • Page 274Audio remote-HFL switch 12P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Audio remote-HFL switch 12P connector No. 7 Test point 2 Body ground Is there battery voltage? YES Repair an open or high resistance in the ground wire or poor ground (G502).■ NO Repair an open or high resistance in the wire.■ 5. Short
  • Page 275DTC Troubleshooting: B120A (D-B4), B120A (8A) cardiagn.com DTC B120A, DTC screen D-B4, or DTC indicator 8A: Climate Control Unit LIN Communication bus Line Error DTC Description DTC B120A Climate control unit LIN communication bus line error 1. Problem verification:
  • Page 276‐1. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. ‐2. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode and then the ON mode. ‐3. Do the Self-Diagnostic Function with the HDS or the climate control unit. ‐4. Check for DTCs. DTC Description DTC B120A Climate control unit LIN communication bus line error Is DTC B120A, Error on
  • Page 277YES Go to step 4. NO Go to step 7. 4. Shorted wire check (BUS-DATA line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Climate control unit connector A (32P) ‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Climate c
  • Page 278‐4. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode and then the ON mode. ‐5. Do the Self-Diagnostic Function with the HDS or the climate control unit. ‐6. Check for DTCs. DTC Description DTC B120A Climate control unit LIN communication bus line error Is DTC B120A, Error on the DTC screen D-B4 (climate cont
  • Page 279DTC Troubleshooting: B121A (B-B4), B121A (49) cardiagn.com DTC B121A or DTC screen B-B4 or DTC indicator 49: An Open in the Mode Control Motor Circuit DTC Description DTC B121A An open in the mode control motor circuit 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. ‐2. Turn the vehicle to
  • Page 280YES Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure. Check for loose wires or poor connections on the mode control motor circuit.■ 2. Determine possible failure area (MDD-P-DR line, others): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Mode control motor 5P connector ‐3
  • Page 281‐1. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle ON mode Mode control motor 5P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Climate control unit connector B (24P) No. 5 Test point 2 Body ground Is there about 5 V? YES Repair an open in the MDD-P-DR wire.■ NO Replace the climate co
  • Page 282DTC Troubleshooting: B121B (B-B5), B121B (4A) cardiagn.com DTC B121B or DTC screen B-B5 or DTC indicator 4A: A Short in the Mode Control Motor Circuit NOTE: If other short circuit DTCs are indicated at the same time, there may be an open or short to body ground in the power (5 V) circuit. DTC Descri
  • Page 283‐2. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode and then the ON mode. ‐3. Do the Self-Diagnostic Function with the HDS or the climate control unit. ‐4. Check for DTCs. DTC Description DTC B121B A short in the mode control motor circuit Is DTC B121B or Error on the DTC screen B-B5 (climate control panel
  • Page 284Is there about 5 V? YES Replace the mode control motor.■ NO Go to step 6. 4. Open wire check (S5V-H line): ‐1. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle ON mode Mode control motor 5P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Climate control unit connector B (24P) No. 1 Test
  • Page 285‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Climate control unit connector B (24P): disconnected Mode control motor 5P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Climate control unit connector B (24P) No. 5 Test point 2 Body ground Is there continuity? YES
  • Page 286DTC Troubleshooting: B1220 (C-A5), B1220 (56) cardiagn.com DTC B1220 or DTC screen C-A5 or DTC indicator 56: A Short in the Recirculation Control Motor Circuit NOTE: If other short circuit DTCs are indicated at the same time, there may be an open or short to body ground in the power (5 V) circuit. D
  • Page 287‐2. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode and then the ON mode. ‐3. Do the Self-Diagnostic Function with the HDS or the climate control unit. ‐4. Check for DTCs. DTC Description DTC B1220 A short in the recirculation control motor circuit Is DTC B1220 or Error on the DTC screen C-A5 (climate contr
  • Page 288Is there about 5 V? YES Replace the recirculation control motor.■ NO Go to step 6. 4. Open wire check (S5V-H line): ‐1. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle ON mode Recirculation control motor 5P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Climate control unit connector B
  • Page 289‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Climate control unit connector B (24P): disconnected Recirculation control motor 5P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Climate control unit connector B (24P) No. 4 Test point 2 Body ground Is there continu
  • Page 290DTC Troubleshooting: B1225 (A-B1), B1225 (01) cardiagn.com DTC B1225 or DTC screen A-B1 or DTC indicator 01: An Open in the In-Car Temperature Sensor Circuit DTC Description DTC B1225 An open in the in-car temperature sensor circuit 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐2. Turn t
  • Page 291YES Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure. Check for loose wires or poor connections on the in-car temperature sensor circuit.■ 2. Open wire check (TR line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connectors. Climate control unit connector A (32P) In-car temperatur
  • Page 292‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle ON mode Climate control unit connector A (32P): disconnected In-car temperature sensor 2P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Climate control unit connector A (32P) No. 27 Test point 2 B
  • Page 293DTC Troubleshooting: B1226 (A-B2), B1226 (02) cardiagn.com DTC B1226 or DTC screen A-B2 or DTC indicator 02: A Short in the In-Car Temperature Sensor Circuit DTC Description DTC B1226 A short in the in-car temperature sensor circuit 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐2. Turn t
  • Page 294‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connectors. Climate control unit connector A (32P) In-car temperature sensor 2P connector ‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Climate control unit connector A (32P): dis
  • Page 295DTC Troubleshooting: B1227 (A-A1), B1227 (05) cardiagn.com DTC B1227, DTC screen A-A1, or DTC indicator 05: An Open in the Outside Air Temperature Sensor Circuit DTC Description DTC B1227 An open in the outside air temperature sensor circuit 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐
  • Page 296YES Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure. Check for loose wires or poor connections on the outside air temperature sensor circuit.■ 2. Open wire check (TAM line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connectors. Climate control unit connector A (32P) Outside air
  • Page 297Is there continuity? YES The SENSOR COM wire is OK. Go to step 4. NO Repair an open in the SENSOR COM wire.■ 4. Shorted wire check (TAM line to power): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle ON mode Climate control unit connec
  • Page 298DTC Troubleshooting: B1228 (A-A2), B1228 (06) cardiagn.com DTC B1228 or DTC screen A-A2 or DTC indicator 06: A Short in the Outside Air Temperature Sensor Circuit DTC Description DTC B1228 A short in the outside air temperature sensor circuit 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Clear the DTC with the HDS.
  • Page 299‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connectors. Climate control unit connector A (32P) Outside air temperature sensor 2P connector ‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Climate control unit connector A (32P)
  • Page 300DTC Troubleshooting: B1231 (A-A5), B1231 (09) DTC B1231 or DTC screen A-A5 or DTC indicator 09: An Open in the Evaporator Temperature Sensor Circuit DTC Description DTC cardiagn.com B1231 An open in the evaporator temperature sensor circuit 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐2
  • Page 301YES Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure. Check for loose wires or poor connections on the evaporator temperature sensor circuit.■ 2. Shorted wire check (T-EVA line to power): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Climate control unit connector B (24P)
  • Page 302‐1. Disconnect the following connector. Evaporator temperature sensor 2P connector ‐2. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Climate control unit connector B (24P): disconnected Evaporator temperature sensor 2P connector: disconnected Test point 1 C
  • Page 303DTC Troubleshooting: B1232 (A-A6), B1232 (0A) cardiagn.com DTC B1232 or DTC screen A-A6 or DTC indicator 0A: A Short in the Evaporator Temperature Sensor Circuit DTC Description DTC B1232 A short in the evaporator temperature sensor circuit 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐2
  • Page 304‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Climate control unit connector B (24P) ‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Climate control unit connector B (24P): disconnected Test point 1 Climate control u
  • Page 305Is there continuity? YES Repair a short in the T-EVA wire to SENS COM-H wire.■ NO Replace the evaporator temperature sensor.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 306DTC Troubleshooting: B1233 (B-A1), B1233 (40) cardiagn.com DTC B1233 or DTC screen B-A1 or DTC indicator 40: An Open in the Air Mix Control Motor Circuit (Driver's) DTC Description DTC B1233 An open in the air mix control motor circuit (driver's) 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Clear the DTCs with the
  • Page 307YES Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure. Check for loose wires or poor connections on the air mix control motor circuit.■ 2. Determine possible failure area (AMD-P-DR line, others): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Air mix control motor 5P connec
  • Page 308‐1. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle ON mode Air mix control motor 5P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Climate control unit connector B (24P) No. 2 Test point 2 Body ground Is there about 5 V? YES Repair an open in the AMD-P-DR wire.■ NO Replace the climate
  • Page 309DTC Troubleshooting: B1234 (B-A2), B1234 (41) cardiagn.com DTC B1234 or DTC screen B-A2 or DTC indicator 41: A Short in the Air Mix Control Motor Circuit (Driver's) NOTE: If other short circuit DTCs are indicated at the same time, there may be an open or short to body ground in the power (5 V) circu
  • Page 310‐2. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode and then the ON mode. ‐3. Do the Self-Diagnostic Function with the HDS or the climate control unit. ‐4. Check for DTCs. DTC Description DTC B1234 A short in the air mix control motor crcuit (driver's) Is DTC B1234 or Error on the DTC screen B-A2 (climate c
  • Page 311Is there about 5 V? YES Replace the air mix control motor.■ NO Go to step 6. 4. Open wire check (S5V-H line): ‐1. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle ON mode Air mix control motor 5P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Climate control unit connector B (24P) No. 1
  • Page 312‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Climate control unit connector B (24P): disconnected Air mix control motor 5P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Climate control unit connector B (24P) No. 2 Test point 2 Body ground Is there continuity? Y
  • Page 313DTC Troubleshooting: B1235 (B-A3), B1235 (42) cardiagn.com DTC B1235 or DTC screen B-A3 or DTC indicator 42: A Problem in the Air Mix Control Motor Circuit, Linkage, Door, or Motor (Driver's) DTC Description DTC B1235 A problem in the air mix control motor circuit, linkage, door, or motor (driver's)
  • Page 314‐4. Check for DTCs. DTC Description DTC B1235 A problem in the air mix control motor circuit, linkage, door, or motor (driver's) Is DTC B1235 or Error on the DTC screen B-A3 (climate control panel without display) or 42 (climate control panel with display) indicated? YES Go to step 2. NO Intermitten
  • Page 315Is there continuity? YES The M-COOL-DR wire is not open. Go to step 4. NO Repair an open in the M-COOL-DR wire.■ 4. Shorted wire check (M-HOT-DR line): ‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Climate control unit connector B (24P): disconnected Ai
  • Page 316DTC Troubleshooting: B1236 (B-A4) cardiagn.com DTC B1236 or DTC screen B-A4: An Open in the Passenger's Air Mix Control Motor Circuit DTC Description DTC B1236 An open in the passenger’s air mix control motor circuit 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. ‐2. Turn the vehicle to t
  • Page 317NO Intermittent failure. Check for loose wires or poor connections on the passenger's air mix control motor circuit.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 3182. Determine possible failure area (AMD-P-AS line, others): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Passenger's air mix control motor 5P connector ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐4. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Veh
  • Page 319Is there about 5 V? YES Repair an open in the AMD-P-AS wire.■ NO Replace the climate control unit.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 320DTC Troubleshooting: B1237 (B-A5) cardiagn.com DTC B1237 or DTC screen B-A5: A Short in the Passenger's Air Mix Control Motor Circuit NOTE: If other short circuit DTCs are indicated at the same time, there may be an open or short to body ground in the power (5 V) circuit. DTC Description DTC B1237 A
  • Page 321‐2. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode and then the ON mode. ‐3. Do the Self-Diagnostic Function with the HDS or the climate control unit. ‐4. Check for DTCs. DTC Description DTC B1237 A short in the passenger’s air mix control motor circuit Is DTC B1237 or Error on the DTC screen B-A5 indicate
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  • Page 323Is there about 5 V? YES Replace the passenger's air mix control motor.■ NO Go to step 6. 4. Open wire check (S5V-H line): ‐1. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle ON mode Passenger's air mix control motor 5P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Climate control unit
  • Page 324YES Repair a short to ground in the AMD-P-AS wire.■ NO Replace the climate control unit.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 325DTC Troubleshooting: B1238 (B-A6) cardiagn.com DTC B1238 or DTC screen B-A6: A Problem in the Passenger's Air Mix Control Motor Circuit, Linkage, Door, or Motor DTC Description DTC B1238 A problem in the passenger's air mix control motor circuit, linkage, door, or motor 1. Problem verification: ‐1.
  • Page 326‐4. Check for DTCs. DTC Description DTC B1238 A problem in the passenger's air mix control motor circuit, linkage, door, or motor Is DTC B1238 or Error on the DTC screen B-A6 indicated? YES Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure. Check for loose wires or poor connections on the passenger's air mix co
  • Page 327Is there continuity? YES The M-COOL-AS wire is not open. Go to step 4. NO Repair an open in the M-COOL-AS wire.■ 4. Shorted wire check (M-HOT-AS line): ‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Climate control unit connector B (24P): disconnected Pa
  • Page 328DTC Troubleshooting: B123F (A-A3), B123F (17) cardiagn.com
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  • Page 330DTC B123F, DTC screen A-A3, or DTC indicator 17: Automatic Lighting Control Unit/Sunlight Sensor Error NOTE: DTC screen A-A3*1, D-A1*1, and D-A2*1 are for climate control panel without display, DTC indicator 17*2, 80*2, and 83*2 are for climate control panel with display. DTC Description DTC B123F A
  • Page 331‐2. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Climate control unit connector A (32P): disconnected Sunlight sensor 2P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Climate control unit connector A (32P) No. 10 Test point 2 Sunlight sensor 2P connector No. 2 Is t
  • Page 332YES Repair a short to body ground in the TSUN wire.■ NO The TSUN wire is not shorted. Go to step 7. 7. Shorted wire check (TSUN line to SENSOR COM line): ‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Climate control unit connector A (32P): disconnected
  • Page 333Is there battery voltage? YES Go to step 11. NO Go to step 14. 11. Open wire check (B-CAN_H line): ‐1. Disconnect the following connector. Climate control unit connector A (32P) ‐2. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Automatic lighting control un
  • Page 334DTC Description DTC U128D Climate control unit lost communication with gauge control module Are DTC B123F, Error on the DTC screen A-A3*1, or DTC indicator 17*2 and DTC U128D, Error on the DTC screen D-A2*1, or DTC indicator 83*2 indicated? YES Replace the climate control unit.■ NO Replace the autom
  • Page 335DTC Troubleshooting: B1240 (B-B6), B1240 (4B) cardiagn.com DTC B1240 or DTC screen B-B6 or DTC indicator 4b: A Problem in the Mode Control Motor Circuit, Linkage, Door, or Motor DTC Description DTC B1240 A problem in the mode control motor circuit, linkage, door, or motor 1. Problem verification: ‐1
  • Page 336Is DTC B1240 or Error on the DTC screen B-B6 (climate control panel without display) or 4b (climate control panel with display) indicated? YES Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure. Check for loose wires or poor connections on the mode control motor circuit.■ 2. Open wire check (M-DEF-DR line): ‐1.
  • Page 337Is there continuity? YES The M-VENT-DR wire is not open. Go to step 4. NO Repair an open in the M-VENT-DR wire.■ 4. Shorted wire check (M-DEF-DR line): ‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Climate control unit connector B (24P): disconnected Mo
  • Page 338DTC Troubleshooting: B1241 (C-A7), B1241 (59) cardiagn.com
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  • Page 340DTC B1241, DTC screen C-A7, or DTC indicator 59: A Problem in the Blower Motor Circuit DTC Description DTC B1241 A problem in the blower motor circuit 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐2. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode and then the ON mode. ‐3. Do the Self-Diagnostic
  • Page 341Is there battery voltage? YES Go to step 4. NO Go to step 12. 4. Blower motor operation check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Reconnect the blower motor 2P connector. ‐3. Connect terminals A and B with a jumper wire. cardiagn.com Terminal A Blower motor 2P connector No. 1 Terminal
  • Page 342Is there continuity? YES The GND wire is OK. Go to step 6. NO Check for an open in the GND wire. If the wire is OK, check for poor ground at G305.■ 6. Open wire check (BLOWER HI line): ‐1. Connect terminals A and B with a jumper wire. Terminal A Power transistor 4P connector No. 3 cardiagn.com Termi
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  • Page 344YES Repair a short to body ground in the BLOWER V wire.■ NO The BLOWER V wire is not shorted. Go to step 8. 8. Shorted wire check (BLOWER G line): ‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Climate control unit connector B (24P): disconnected Power t
  • Page 345Is there continuity? YES The BLOWER G wire is OK. Go to step 11. NO Repair an open in the BLOWER G wire.■ 11. Power transistor check: ‐1. Test the power transistor. Is the power transistor OK? cardiagn.com YES Replace the climate control unit.■ NO Replace the power transistor.■ NOTE: If the power tr
  • Page 346Is there battery voltage? YES The +B HTR MTR wire is OK. Go to step 14. NO Repair an open in the +B HTR MTR wire.■ 14. Open wire check (IG2 A/C (L15B7/K20C2 engine) or IG2 OPTION (L15BA/K20C1/L15BY engine) line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and
  • Page 347YES Repair an open in the BLOWER MTR wire between the blower motor relay and the blower motor.■ NO: L15B7/K20C2 engine Check for an open in the GND wire. If the wire is OK, check for poor ground at G301.■ NO: L15BA/K20C1/L15BY engine Check for an open in the GND wire. If the wire is OK, check for po
  • Page 348DTC Troubleshooting: B1275, B1276, B1277, B1278 cardiagn.com DTC B1275: Headlight OFF Position Circuit Malfunction DTC B1276: Headlight Switch Parking Position Circuit Malfunction DTC B1277: Headlight AUTO Position Circuit Malfunction DTC B1278: Headlight ON Position Circuit Malfunction NOTE: If you
  • Page 349DTC Description DTC B1277 Headlight AUTO Position Circuit Malfunction B1278 Headlight ON Position Circuit Malfunction 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Check the parameter(s) below with the HDS. When the combination light switch is turned OFF Signal Threshold Current conditions Values Unit Values Unit He
  • Page 350‐1. Check the parameter(s) below with the HDS. Cycle through all switch selections Signal Current conditions Values Unit Headlight Switch (OFF) Headlight Switch (PARKING) Headlight Switch (AUTO) Headlight Switch (HEADLIGHT) Is any data list value OFF, not ON? YES Go to step 5. NO Go to step 3. 3. De
  • Page 351Is there continuity? YES Repair a short to ground in the wire.■ NO The H/L OFF SW, H/L ON SW, and PARKING LT SW wires are OK. Replace the body control module.■ 5. Determine possible failure area (combination light switch, others): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the follo
  • Page 352Test point 1 Body control module connector C (28P) No. 10 Test point 2 Combination light switch 12P connector No. 1 Test point 1 Body control module connector C (28P) No. 9 Test point 2 Combination light switch 12P connector No. 7 Test point 1 Body control module connector C (28P) No. 11 Test point
  • Page 353DTC Troubleshooting: B1279 cardiagn.com DTC B1279: Dimmer Switch Circuit Malfunction NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1279 Dimmer Switch Circuit Malfunction 1. Exterior lights system check 1
  • Page 354YES Go to step 4. NO Go to step 2. 2. Exterior lights system check 2: ‐1. With the headlight dimmer switch in the high beam position, check the parameter(s) below with the HDS. Signal Current conditions Values Unit Headlight Switch (HIGH BEAM) Headlight Switch (PASSING) Are both information indicato
  • Page 355YES Go to step 5. NO Replace the combination light switch.■ 5. Shorted wire check (PASSING SW, H/L HI SW lines): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Body control module connector C (28P) ‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2 individuall
  • Page 356DTC Troubleshooting: B1280 cardiagn.com DTC B1280: Turn Signal Switch Circuit Malfunction NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1280 Turn Signal Switch Circuit Malfunction 1. Turn signal/hazard w
  • Page 357‐1. Check the parameter(s) below with the HDS. Signal Threshold Current conditions Values Unit Values Unit Turn Signal Switch (LEFT) OFF Turn Signal Switch (RIGHT) OFF Are both data list values indicated OFF? YES Go to step 2. NO Go to step 4. 2. Turn signal/hazard warning lights system check 2: ‐1.
  • Page 358YES The R TURN SW and the L TURN SW wires are not shorted. Replace the combination light switch.■ NO Repair a short between the wires.■ 4. Shorted wire check (L TURN SW line or R TURN SW line): ‐1. Check the parameter(s) below with the HDS. Signal Threshold Current conditions Values Unit Values Unit
  • Page 359DTC Troubleshooting: B1281, B1282, B1283, B1284 cardiagn.com DTC B1281: Front Wiper MIST Position Circuit Malfunction DTC B1282: Front Wiper INT (AUTO) Position Circuit Malfunction DTC B1283: Front Wiper LOW Position Circuit Malfunction DTC B1284: Front Wiper HIGH Position Circuit Malfunction NOTE:
  • Page 360DTC Description DTC B1284 Front Wiper HIGH Position Circuit Malfunction 1. Wiper/washers system check: ‐1. Turn the windshield wiper switch to the OFF position, check the parameter(s) below with the HDS. Signal Threshold Current conditions Values Unit Values Unit Windshield Wiper Switch (LOW) OFF Wi
  • Page 361Test point 1 Body control module connector D (40P) No. 2 Test point 2 Body ground Test point 1 Body control module connector D (40P) No. 3 Test point 2 Body ground Test point 1 Body control module connector D (40P) No. 4 Test point 2 Body ground Is there continuity? YES Repair a short to ground in t
  • Page 362Signal Threshold Current conditions Values Unit Values Unit Windshield Wiper Switch OFF (MIST) When the windshield wiper switch is turned to MIST Signal Threshold Current conditions Values Unit Values Unit Windshield Wiper Switch (LOW) OFF Windshield Wiper Switch OFF (HIGH) Windshield Wiper Switch (
  • Page 363DTC Troubleshooting: B12C5 cardiagn.com DTC B12C5: Engine Start/Stop Switch Failure NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B12C5 Engine Start/Stop Switch Failure 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Clear
  • Page 364DTC Description DTC B12C5 Engine Start/Stop Switch Failure cardiagn.com
  • Page 365Is DTC B12C5 indicated? YES Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for loose or poor connections.■ 2. Determine possible failure area (+B SMART line or GND line, Other): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Engine s
  • Page 366Is there continuity? YES Repair short to ground in the wire.■ NO The SS1+ and SS2- wires are not shorted. Go to step 4. 4. Open wire check (SS1+, SS2- lines): ‐1. Connect terminals A and B with a jumper wire. cardiagn.com Terminal A Body control module connector G (32P) No. 9 Terminal B Body control
  • Page 3676. Open wire check (+B SMART line): ‐1. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Engine start/stop switch 10P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Engine start/stop switch 10P connector No. 5 Test point 2 Body ground Is there battery voltage? cardiagn.c
  • Page 368DTC Troubleshooting: B12C6 cardiagn.com
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  • Page 370DTC B12C6: Electric Steering Lock Switch C/D Monitor Circuit Failure NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B12C6 Electric Steering Lock Switch C/D Monitor Circuit Failure 1. Problem verification:
  • Page 371YES Go to step 9. NO Go to step 4. 4. ESL SW line check 3: ‐1. Check the parameter(s) below with the HDS. Signal Threshold Current conditions Values Unit Values Unit Electrical Steering Lock OFF SWITCH C Electrical Steering Lock OFF SWITCH D Are ELECTRICAL STEERING LOCK SWITCH D data list value OFF?
  • Page 372Is there continuity? YES Go to step 7 NO The ESL SW D wire is OK. Replace the steering lock.■ 7. Shorted wire check (ESL SW D line) 2: cardiagn.com ‐1. Disconnect the following connector. Body control module connector G (32P) ‐2. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehic
  • Page 373Electric steering lock 12P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Electric steering lock 12P connector No. 7 Test point 2 Body ground Is there continuity? YES The GND wire is OK. Replace the steering lock.■ NO Repair an open or high resistance in the ground wire or poor ground (G503).■ cardiagn.com 9.
  • Page 374‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Body control module connector G (32P) ‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Electric steering lock 12P connector: disconnected Body control module connector G (
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  • Page 376YES The ESL SW D wire is OK. Replace the steering lock.■ NO Go to step 12. 12. Open wire check (ESL SW D line) 2: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Body control module connector G (32P) ‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2 respective
  • Page 377Is there continuity? YES Repair a short to ground in the wire.■ NO The ESL SW C wire is OK. Replace the body control module.■ cardiagn.com
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  • Page 380DTC B12C6: Electric Steering Lock Switch C/D Monitor Circuit Failure NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B12C6 Electric Steering Lock Switch C/D Monitor Circuit Failure 1. Problem verification:
  • Page 381YES Go to step 9. NO Go to step 4. 4. ESL SW line check 3: ‐1. Check the parameter(s) below with the HDS. Signal Threshold Current conditions Values Unit Values Unit Electrical Steering Lock OFF SWITCH C Electrical Steering Lock OFF SWITCH D Are ELECTRICAL STEERING LOCK SWITCH D data list value OFF?
  • Page 382Is there continuity? YES Go to step 7 NO The ESL SW D wire is OK. Replace the steering lock.■ 7. Shorted wire check (ESL SW D line) 2: cardiagn.com ‐1. Disconnect the following connector. Body control module connector G (32P) ‐2. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehic
  • Page 383Electric steering lock 12P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Electric steering lock 12P connector No. 7 Test point 2 Body ground Is there continuity? YES The GND wire is OK. Replace the steering lock.■ NO Repair an open or high resistance in the ground wire or poor ground (G505).■ cardiagn.com 9.
  • Page 384‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Body control module connector G (32P) ‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Electric steering lock 12P connector: disconnected Body control module connector G (
  • Page 385cardiagn.co
  • Page 386YES The ESL SW D wire is OK. Replace the steering lock.■ NO Go to step 12. 12. Open wire check (ESL SW D line) 2: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Body control module connector G (32P) ‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2 respective
  • Page 387Is there continuity? YES Repair a short to ground in the wire.■ NO The ESL SW C wire is OK. Replace the body control module.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 388DTC Troubleshooting: B12C7 cardiagn.com DTC B12C7: Electric Steering Lock Motor Circuit Failure NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B12C7 Electric Steering Lock Motor Circuit Failure 1. Problem
  • Page 389‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Electric steering lock 12P connector ‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Electric steering lock 12P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Electric steering loc
  • Page 390cardiagn.co
  • Page 391YES Repair a short to ground in the wire.■ NO The MTR CUT1 (CONT) and MTR CUT2 (IG1) wires are not shorted. Go to step 4. 4. Open wire check (MTR CUT1 (CONT), MTR CUT2 (IG1) lines): ‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2 respectively. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Electric ste
  • Page 392DTC Troubleshooting: B12C7 cardiagn.com DTC B12C7: Electric Steering Lock Motor Circuit Failure NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B12C7 Electric Steering Lock Motor Circuit Failure 1. Problem
  • Page 393‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Electric steering lock 12P connector ‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Electric steering lock 12P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Electric steering loc
  • Page 394cardiagn.co
  • Page 395YES Repair a short to ground in the wire.■ NO The MTR CUT1(CONT) and MTR CUT2(IG1) wires are not shorted. Go to step 4. 4. Open wire check (MTR CUT1(CONT), MTR CUT2(IG1) lines): ‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2 respectively. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Electric steerin
  • Page 396DTC Troubleshooting: B12D0 DTC B12D0: Power Control Unit (Body Control Module) IG1A Circuit Error NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. Make sure aftermarket accessories are not installed. DTC Description DTC B12D0 P
  • Page 397DTC Troubleshooting: B12D1 DTC B12D1: Power Control Unit (Body Control Module) IG1B Circuit Error NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. Make sure aftermarket accessories are not installed. DTC Description DTC B12D1 P
  • Page 398DTC Troubleshooting: B12D2 DTC B12D2: Power Control Unit (Body Control Module) IG2 Circuit Error NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. Make sure aftermarket accessories are not installed. DTC Description DTC B12D2 Po
  • Page 399DTC Troubleshooting: B12D3 DTC B12D3: Power Control Unit (Body Control Module) IG Latch Circuit Error NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. Make sure aftermarket accessories are not installed. DTC Description DTC B12
  • Page 400DTC Troubleshooting: B12E0 DTC B12E0: Electric Steering Lock Switch Internal Error NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B12E0 Electric Steering Lock Switch Internal Error 1. Problem verification:
  • Page 401DTC Troubleshooting: B12E1 cardiagn.com DTC B12E1: Electric Steering Lock Motor Internal Error NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. Make sure aftermarket accessories are not installed. DTC Description DTC B12E1 Elec
  • Page 402‐2. Do this procedure 10 times: Press the engine start/stop switch to select the OFF (LOCK), ACCESSORY, ON, and OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐3. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B12E1 Electric Steering Lock Motor Internal Error Is DTC B12E1 indicated? YES Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, t
  • Page 403Is there continuity? YES The GND wire is OK. Go to step 4. NO Repair an open or high resistance in the ground wire or poor ground (G503).■ 4. Open wire check (IG1 FUEL PUMP line): cardiagn.com ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Ve
  • Page 404Test point 1 Electric steering lock 12P connector No. 1 Test point 2 Body control module connector F (36P) No. 1 Is there continuity? YES The MTR CONT wire is OK. Go to step 6. NO Repair an open or high resistance in the wire.■ cardiagn.com 6. Shorted wire check (MTR CUT1 (CONT), MTR CUT2 (IG1) line
  • Page 405‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2 respectively. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Electric steering lock 12P connector: disconnected Body control module connector F (36P): disconnected Body control module connector G (32P): disconnected Test point 1 Body control module connec
  • Page 406DTC Troubleshooting: B12E1 cardiagn.com DTC B12E1: Electric Steering Lock Motor Internal Error NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. Make sure aftermarket accessories are not installed. DTC Description DTC B12E1 Elec
  • Page 407‐2. Do this procedure 10 times: Press the engine start/stop switch to select the OFF (LOCK), ACCESSORY, ON, and OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐3. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B12E1 Electric Steering Lock Motor Internal Error Is DTC B12E1 indicated? YES Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, t
  • Page 408Is there continuity? YES The GND wire is OK. Go to step 4. NO Repair an open or high resistance in the ground wire or poor ground (G505).■ 4. Open wire check (IG1 FUEL PUMP line): cardiagn.com ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Ve
  • Page 409Test point 1 Electric steering lock 12P connector No. 1 Test point 2 Body control module connector F (36P) No. 1 Is there continuity? YES The MTR CONT wire is OK. Go to step 6. NO Repair an open or high resistance in the wire.■ cardiagn.com 6. Shorted wire check (MTR CUT1(CONT), MTR CUT2(IG1) lines)
  • Page 410‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2 respectively. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Electric steering lock 12P connector: disconnected Body control module connector F (36P): disconnected Body control module connector G (32P): disconnected Test point 1 Body control module connec
  • Page 411DTC Troubleshooting: B12E2 cardiagn.com DTC B12E2: Electric Steering Lock Low Level Failure of MTRCUT1 NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. Before troubleshooting, make sure the No. B8 (15 A) and No. B30 (10 A) fuse
  • Page 412‐2. Do this procedure 10 times: Press the engine start/stop switch to select the OFF (LOCK), ACCESSORY, ON, and OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐3. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B12E2 Electric Steering Lock Low Level Failure of MTRCUT1 Is DTC B12E2 indicated? YES Go to step 2. NO Intermittent fa
  • Page 413Is there continuity? YES The GND wire is OK. Go to step 4. NO Repair an open or high resistance in the ground wire or poor ground (G503).■ 4. Open wire check (IG1 FUEL PUMP line): cardiagn.com ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Ve
  • Page 414Test point 1 Electric steering lock 12P connector No. 1 Test point 2 Body control module connector F (36P) No. 1 Is there continuity? YES The MTR CONT wire is OK. Go to step 6. NO Repair an open or high resistance in the wire.■ cardiagn.com 6. Shorted wire check (MTR CUT1 (CONT), MTR CUT2 (IG1) line
  • Page 415‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2 respectively. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Electric steering lock 12P connector: disconnected Body control module connector F (36P): disconnected Body control module connector G (32P): disconnected Test point 1 Body control module connec
  • Page 416DTC Troubleshooting: B12E2 cardiagn.com DTC B12E2: Electric Steering Lock Low Level Failure of MTRCUT1 NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. Before troubleshooting, make sure the No. B8 (15 A)*1/(20 A)*2 and No. B30
  • Page 417‐1. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. ‐2. Do this procedure 10 times: Press the engine start/stop switch to select the OFF (LOCK), ACCESSORY, ON, and OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐3. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B12E2 Electric Steering Lock Low Level Failure of MTRCUT1 Is DTC B12E2 indicated? YES
  • Page 418Is there continuity? YES The GND wire is OK. Go to step 4. NO Repair an open or high resistance in the ground wire or poor ground (G505).■ 4. Open wire check (IG1 FUEL PUMP line): cardiagn.com ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Ve
  • Page 419Test point 1 Electric steering lock 12P connector No. 1 Test point 2 Body control module connector F (36P) No. 1 Is there continuity? YES The MTR CONT wire is OK. Go to step 6. NO Repair an open or high resistance in the wire.■ cardiagn.com 6. Shorted wire check (MTR CUT1(CONT), MTR CUT2(IG1) lines)
  • Page 420‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2 respectively. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Electric steering lock 12P connector: disconnected Body control module connector F (36P): disconnected Body control module connector G (32P): disconnected Test point 1 Body control module connec
  • Page 421DTC Troubleshooting: B12E3 DTC B12E3: Electric Steering Lock High Level Failure of MTRCUT1 cardiagn.com NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. Before troubleshooting, make sure the No. B8 (15 A) and No. B30 (10 A) fus
  • Page 422‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Electric steering lock 12P connector ‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Electric steering lock 12P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Electric steering lock 12P connector No. 7 Test point 2 Body groun
  • Page 423DTC Troubleshooting: B12E3 DTC B12E3: Electric Steering Lock High Level Failure of MTRCUT1 cardiagn.com NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. Before troubleshooting, make sure the No. B8 (15 A)*1/(20 A)*2 and No. B30
  • Page 424‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Electric steering lock 12P connector ‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Electric steering lock 12P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Electric steering loc
  • Page 425NO Repair an open or high resistance in the wire.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 426DTC Troubleshooting: B12E4 DTC B12E4: Electric Steering Lock High Level Failure of MTRCUT2 cardiagn.com NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. Before troubleshooting, make sure the No. B8 (15 A) and No. B30 (10 A) fus
  • Page 427‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Electric steering lock 12P connector ‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Electric steering lock 12P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Electric steering lock 12P connector No. 7 Test point 2 Body groun
  • Page 428DTC Troubleshooting: B12E4 DTC B12E4: Electric Steering Lock High Level Failure of MTRCUT2 cardiagn.com NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. Before troubleshooting, make sure the No. B8 (15 A)*1/(20 A)*2 and No. B30
  • Page 429‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Electric steering lock 12P connector ‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Electric steering lock 12P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Electric steering loc
  • Page 430DTC Troubleshooting: B12E5 DTC B12E5: Incorrect Assembly of Control Unit for Electric Steering Lock Equipped Vehicle NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B12E5 Incorrect Assembly of Control Unit
  • Page 431DTC Troubleshooting: B12F0 cardiagn.com DTC B12F0: Power Control Unit (Body Control Module) Lost Communication with Electric Steering Lock NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. Before troubleshooting, make sure the N
  • Page 4321. Problem verification 1: ‐1. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. ‐2. Do this procedure 10 times: Press the engine start/stop switch to select the OFF (LOCK), ACCESSORY, ON, and OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐3. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B12F0 Power Control Unit (Body Control Module) Lost Commun
  • Page 433Test point 1 Electric steering lock 12P connector No. 7 Test point 2 Body ground Is there continuity? YES The GND wire is OK. Go to step 4. NO Repair an open or high resistance in the ground wire or poor ground (G503).■ cardiagn.com 4. Shorted wire check (IGN TRX line): ‐1. Disconnect the following
  • Page 434Test point 1 Electric steering lock 12P connector No. 6 Test point 2 Body control module connector G (32P) No. 28 Is there continuity? YES The IGN TRX wire is OK. Go to step 6. NO Repair an open or high resistance in the wire.■ cardiagn.com 6. Keyless access system check: ‐1. Reconnect these items:
  • Page 435‐2. Do this procedure 10 times: Press the engine start/stop switch to select the OFF (LOCK), ACCESSORY, ON, and OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐3. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B12F0 Power Control Unit Lost Communication with Electric Steering Lock Is DTC B12F0 indicated? YES Replace the steeri
  • Page 436DTC Troubleshooting: B12F0 cardiagn.com DTC B12F0: Power Control Unit (Body Control Module) Lost Communication with Electric Steering Lock NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. Before troubleshooting, make sure the N
  • Page 437DTC Description DTC Module) Lost Communication with Electric Steering Lock cardiagn.com
  • Page 4381. Problem verification 1: ‐1. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. ‐2. Do this procedure 10 times: Press the engine start/stop switch to select the OFF (LOCK), ACCESSORY, ON, and OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐3. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B12F0 Power Control Unit (Body Control Module) Lost Commun
  • Page 439‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Electric steering lock 12P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Electric steering lock 12P connector No. 7 Test point 2 Body ground Is there continuity? YES The GND wire is OK. Go to step 4. cardiagn.com NO
  • Page 440‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Electric steering lock 12P connector: disconnected Body control module connector G (32P): disconnected Test point 1 Electric steering lock 12P connector No. 6 Test point 2 Body control module connector G (32
  • Page 4417. Problem verification 2: ‐1. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. ‐2. Do this procedure 10 times: Press the engine start/stop switch to select the OFF (LOCK), ACCESSORY, ON, and OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐3. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B12F0 Power Control Unit Lost Communication with Electric
  • Page 442DTC Troubleshooting: B1575 DTC B1575: Auto Light Sensor Error NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1575 Auto Light Sensor Error 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. cardiagn
  • Page 443DTC Troubleshooting: B1601 DTC B1601: Keyless Access Control Unit (Body Control Module) Internal (CPU) Error NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1601 Keyless Access Control Unit (Body Control M
  • Page 444DTC Troubleshooting: B1602 DTC B1602: Keyless Access Control Unit (Body Control Module) Internal (EEPROM) Error NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1602 Keyless Access Control Unit (Body Contro
  • Page 445DTC Troubleshooting: B1632 DTC B1632: MTR CONT Signal Error NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN cardiagn.com System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1632 MTR CONT Signal Error 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Clear the DTCs with the HDS.
  • Page 446‐4. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle ON mode Body control module connector F (36P): disconnected Electric steering lock 12P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Electric steering lock 12P connector No. 1 Test point 2 Body ground Is there battery voltage? YES Re
  • Page 447DTC Troubleshooting: B1640 DTC B1640: RF Unit Not Connected NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1640 RF Unit Not Connected 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. cardiagn.com
  • Page 448DTC Troubleshooting: B1645 cardiagn.com DTC B1645: Driver's Door LF Antenna Circuit Short NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1645 Driver's Door LF Antenna Circuit Short 1. Problem verification
  • Page 449YES Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for loose or poor connections.■ 2. Shorted wire check (EXT FR DR+, EXT FR DR- lines): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connectors. Body control module connector F (36P) Driver's d
  • Page 450Is there voltage? YES Faulty driver's door LF antenna; replace the driver's door outer handle.■ NO Replace the body control module.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 451DTC Troubleshooting: B1646 DTC B1646: Driver's Door LF Antenna Circuit Open cardiagn.com NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1646 Driver's Door LF Antenna Circuit Open 1. Problem verification:
  • Page 452‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Driver's door outer handle 8P connector ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐4. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle ON mode Driver's door outer handle 8P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Driver's door outer handle 8P co
  • Page 453Test point 2 Body control module connector F (36P) No. 31 Is there continuity? YES The EXT FR DR+ and EXT FR DR- wires are OK. Replace the body control module.■ NO Repair an open or high resistance in the wire.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 454DTC Troubleshooting: B1647 cardiagn.com DTC B1647: Passenger's Door LF Antenna Circuit Short NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. Front passenger's*1 is for 4-door, passenger's*2 is for 2-door. DTC Description DTC B
  • Page 455Is DTC B1647 indicated? YES Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for loose or poor connections.■ 2. Shorted wire check (EXT FR AS+, EXT FR AS- lines): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connectors. Body control module conn
  • Page 456Test point 2 Front passenger's*1/passenger's*2 door outer handle 8P connector No. 6 Is there voltage? YES Faulty front passenger's*1/passenger's*2 door LF antenna; replace the front passenger's*1/passenger's*2 door outer handle.■ NO Replace the body control module.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 457DTC Troubleshooting: B1648 DTC B1648: Passenger's Door LF Antenna Circuit Open cardiagn.com NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. Front passenger's*1 is for 4-door, passenger's*2 is for 2-door. DTC Description DTC B1
  • Page 458‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Front passenger's*1/passenger's*2 door outer handle 8P connector ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐4. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle ON mode Front passenger's*1/passenger
  • Page 459‐4. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Body control module connector F (36P): disconnected Front passenger's*1/passenger's*2 door outer handle 8P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Body control module connector F (36P) No. 12 Test point 2 Body
  • Page 460DTC Troubleshooting: B1657 cardiagn.com DTC B1657: Rear Bumper LF Antenna Circuit Short NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1657 Rear Bumper LF Antenna Circuit Short 1. Problem verification: ‐1
  • Page 4612. Shorted wire check (EXT TR+, EXT TR- lines): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connectors. Body control module connector F (36P) Rear bumper LF antenna 2P connector ‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2 individually. Test condition Vehicle OF
  • Page 462Is there voltage? YES Faulty rear bumper LF antenna; replace the rear bumper LF antenna.■ NO Replace the body control module.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 463DTC Troubleshooting: B1658 DTC B1658: Rear Bumper LF Antenna Circuit Open cardiagn.com NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1658 Rear Bumper LF Antenna Circuit Open 1. Problem verification: ‐1.
  • Page 464‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Rear bumper LF antenna 2P connector ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐4. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle ON mode Rear bumper LF antenna 2P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Rear bumper LF antenna 2P connector No.
  • Page 465Test point 2 Body control module connector F (36P) No. 14 Is there continuity? YES The EXT TR+ and EXT TR- wires are OK. Replace the body control module.■ NO Repair an open or high resistance in the wire.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 466DTC Troubleshooting: B1659 cardiagn.com DTC B1659: Front Interior LF Antenna Circuit Short NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1659 Front Interior LF Antenna Circuit Short 1. Problem verificati
  • Page 4672. Shorted wire check (EXT F+, EXT F- lines): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connectors. Body control module connector F (36P) Front interior LF antenna 2P connector ‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2 individually. Test condition Vehicle O
  • Page 468Is there voltage? YES Faulty front interior LF antenna; replace the front interior LF antenna.■ NO Replace the body control module.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 469DTC Troubleshooting: B1660 DTC B1660: Front Interior LF Antenna Circuit Open cardiagn.com NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1660 Front Interior LF Antenna Circuit Open 1. Problem verification
  • Page 470‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Front interior LF antenna 2P connector ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐4. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle ON mode Front interior LF antenna 2P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Front interior LF antenna 2P conne
  • Page 471Test point 2 Body control module connector F (36P) No. 16 Is there continuity? YES The EXT F+ and EXT F- wires are OK. Replace the body control module.■ NO Repair an open or high resistance in the wire.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 472DTC Troubleshooting: B1661 cardiagn.com DTC B1667: Rear Shelf LF Antenna (Middle Interior Antenna) Circuit Short NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1667 Rear Shelf LF Antenna (Middle Interior
  • Page 473YES Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for loose or poor connections.■ 2. Shorted wire check (EXT M+(TI+), EXT M-(TI-) lines): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connectors. Body control module connector F (36P) Middle i
  • Page 474Is there voltage? YES Faulty middle interior LF antenna; Replace the middle interior LF antenna.■ NO Replace the body control module.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 475DTC Troubleshooting: B1662 DTC B1668: Rear Shelf LF Antenna (Middle Interior Antenna) Circuit Open cardiagn.com NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1668 Rear Shelf LF Antenna (Middle Interior A
  • Page 476‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Middle interior LF antenna 2P connector ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐4. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle ON mode Middle interior LF antenna 2P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Middle interior LF antenna 2P co
  • Page 477Test point 2 Body control module connector F (36P) No. 33 Is there continuity? YES The EXT M+(TI+) and EXT M-(TI-) wires are OK. Replace the body control module.■ NO Repair an open or high resistance in the wire.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 478DTC Troubleshooting: B1663 cardiagn.com DTC B1663: Rear Interior LF Antenna Circuit Short NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1663 Rear Interior LF Antenna Circuit Short 1. Problem verification
  • Page 4792. Shorted wire check (EXT R+, EXT R- lines): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connectors. Body control module connector F (36P) Rear interior LF antenna 2P connector ‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2 individually. Test condition Vehicle OF
  • Page 480Is there voltage? YES Faulty rear interior LF antenna; replace the rear interior LF antenna.■ NO Replace the body control module.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 481DTC Troubleshooting: B1664 DTC B1664: Rear Interior LF Antenna Circuit Open cardiagn.com NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1664 Rear Interior LF Antenna Circuit Open 1. Problem verification:
  • Page 482‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Rear interior LF antenna 2P connector ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐4. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle ON mode Rear interior LF antenna 2P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Rear interior LF antenna 2P connecto
  • Page 483Test point 2 Body control module connector F (36P) No. 17 Is there continuity? YES The EXT R+ and EXT R- wires are OK. Replace the body control module.■ NO Repair an open or high resistance in the wire.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 484DTC Troubleshooting: B1667 cardiagn.com DTC B1667: Rear Shelf LF Antenna Circuit Short NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. EXT M+*1 and EXT M-*1 are for except L15BY engine, EXT M+(TI+)*2 and EXT M-(TI-)*2 are for
  • Page 485‐4. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B1667 Rear Shelf LF Antenna Circuit Short Is DTC B1667 indicated? YES Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for loose or poor connections.■ 2. Shorted wire check (EXT M+*1/EXT M+(TI+)*2, EXT M-*1/EXT M-(TI-)*2
  • Page 486‐3. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle ON mode Rear shelf LF antenna 2P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Rear shelf LF antenna 2P connector No. 1 Test point 2 Rear shelf LF antenna 2P connector No. 2 Is there voltage? YES Faulty rear shelf LF antenna; replace
  • Page 487DTC Troubleshooting: B1668 cardiagn.com DTC B1668: Rear Shelf LF Antenna Circuit Open NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. EXT M+*1 and EXT M-*1 are for except L15BY engine, EXT M+(TI+)*2 and EXT M-(TI-)*2 are for L
  • Page 488YES Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for loose or poor connections.■ 2. EXT M+*1/EXT M+(TI+)*2, EXT M-*1/EXT M-(TI-)*2 line output check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Rear shelf LF antenna 2P connector
  • Page 489‐3. Disconnect the following connector. Body control module connector F (36P) ‐4. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Body control module connector F (36P): disconnected Rear shelf LF antenna 2P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Body control mo
  • Page 490DTC Troubleshooting: B1926 DTC B1926: Backup Control Antenna Open or Short NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B1926 Backup Control Antenna Open or Short 1. Problem verification: cardiagn.com ‐1
  • Page 491DTC Troubleshooting: B1C55 DTC B1C55: Driver's Heater Thermistor Circuit Open NOTE: cardiagn.com If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. The front seat heater control unit does not turn on the front seat heater until the sea
  • Page 492‐4. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B1C55 Driver's Heater Thermistor Circuit Open Is DTC B1C55 indicated? YES Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for loose or poor connections.■ 2. Seat heater check 1: ‐1. Disconnect the following connector. F
  • Page 493cardiagn.com Is resistance value within the range? YES Replace the front seat heater control unit.■ NO: without power seat Go to step 4. NO: with power seat Go to step 5. 4. Open wire check (+THERMISTER(DR) line): ‐1. Connect terminals A and B with a jumper wire. Terminal A Driver's seat cushion hea
  • Page 494Test point 2 Body ground cardiagn.com
  • Page 495Is there continuity? YES Repair an open or high resistance in the -THERMISTER(DR) wire.■ NO Repair an open or high resistance in the +THERMISTER(DR) wire.■ 5. Open wire check (DR TH+ line): ‐1. Connect terminals A and B with a jumper wire. Terminal A Driver's seat cushion heater 4P connector No. 3 T
  • Page 496DTC Troubleshooting: B1C56 DTC B1C56: Driver's Heater Thermistor Circuit Short NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN cardiagn.com System Diagnosis Test Mode A. The front seat heater control unit does not turn on the front seat heater until the se
  • Page 497‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Driver's seat cushion heater 4P connector ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐4. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. ‐5. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B1C56 Driver's Heater Thermistor Circuit Short Is DTC B1C56 indicated? YES: without power seat
  • Page 498DTC Troubleshooting: B1C57 DTC B1C57: Passenger's Heater Thermistor Circuit Open NOTE: cardiagn.com If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. The front seat heater control unit does not turn on the front seat heater until the
  • Page 499‐4. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B1C57 Passenger's Heater Thermistor Circuit Open Is DTC B1C57 indicated? YES Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for loose or poor connections.■ 2. Seat heater check 1: ‐1. Disconnect the following connector
  • Page 500cardiagn.com Is resistance value within the range? YES Replace the front seat heater control unit.■ NO: without power seat Go to step 4. NO: with power seat Go to step 5. 4. Open wire check (+THERMISTER(AS) line): ‐1. Connect terminals A and B with a jumper wire. Terminal A Front passenger's seat cu
  • Page 501Test point 2 Body ground cardiagn.com
  • Page 502Is there continuity? YES Repair an open or high resistance in the -THERMISTER(AS) wire.■ NO Repair an open or high resistance in the +THERMISTER(AS) wire.■ 5. Open wire check (AS TH+ line): ‐1. Connect terminals A and B with a jumper wire. Terminal A Front passenger's seat cushion heater 4P connecto
  • Page 503DTC Troubleshooting: B1C58 DTC B1C58: Passenger's Heater Thermistor Circuit Short NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN cardiagn.com System Diagnosis Test Mode A. The front seat heater control unit does not turn on the front seat heater until the
  • Page 504‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Front passenger's seat cushion heater 4P connector ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐4. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. ‐5. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B1C58 Passenger's Heater Thermistor Circuit Short Is DTC B1C58 indicated? YES: without
  • Page 505DTC Troubleshooting: B1C60 cardiagn.com DTC B1C60: Driver's Heater Current Abnormal High NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. The front seat heater control unit does not turn on the front seat heater until the seat
  • Page 506Is DTC B1C60 indicated? YES Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for loose or poor connections.■ 2. Determine possible failure area (driver's seat heater, others): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Driver's sea
  • Page 507‐4. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. ‐5. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B1C60 Driver's Heater Current Abnormal High Is DTC B1C60 indicated? YES Replace the driver's seat cushion heater.■ NO Replace the driver's seat-back heater.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 508DTC Troubleshooting: B1C61 DTC B1C61: Driver's Heater Current Abnormal Low NOTE: cardiagn.com If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. The front seat heater control unit does not turn on the front seat heater until the seat c
  • Page 509Driver's seat cushion heater 4P connector ‐3. Connect terminals A and B with a jumper wire. Terminal A Driver's seat cushion heater 4P connector No. 1 Terminal B Body ground ‐4. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐5. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. ‐6. Check for DTCs with the HDS. cardiagn.com DTC Descri
  • Page 510NO Replace the driver's seat-back heater.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 511DTC Troubleshooting: B1C62 cardiagn.com DTC B1C62: Passenger's Heater Current Abnormal High NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. The front seat heater control unit does not turn on the front seat heater until the se
  • Page 512cardiagn.co
  • Page 513Is DTC B1C62 indicated? YES Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for loose or poor connections.■ 2. Determine possible failure area (front passenger's seat heater, others): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Fro
  • Page 514‐4. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. ‐5. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B1C62 Passenger's Heater Current Abnormal High Is DTC B1C62 indicated? YES Replace the front passenger's seat cushion heater.■ NO Replace the front passenger's seat-back heater.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 515DTC Troubleshooting: B1C63 DTC B1C63: Passenger's Heater Current Abnormal Low NOTE: cardiagn.com If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. The front seat heater control unit does not turn on the front seat heater until the sea
  • Page 516Front passenger's seat cushion heater 4P connector ‐3. Connect terminals A and B with a jumper wire. Terminal A Front passenger's seat cushion heater 4P connector No. 1 Terminal B Body ground ‐4. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐5. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. ‐6. Check for DTCs with the HDS. cardi
  • Page 517NO Replace the front passenger's seat-back heater.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 518DTC Troubleshooting: B1C68 cardiagn.com DTC B1C68: Driver's Heater Not Heating NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. The front seat heater control unit does not turn on the front seat heater until the seat core tempe
  • Page 519‐1. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B1C55 Driver's Heater Thermistor Circuit Open B1C56 Driver's Heater Thermistor Circuit Short B1C60 Driver's Heater Current Abnormal High B1C61 Driver's Heater Current Abnormal Low Are DTCs B1C55, B1C56, B1C60, and/or B1C61 indicated? YES Go to DTC
  • Page 520DTC Troubleshooting: B1C69 cardiagn.com DTC B1C69: Passenger's Heater Not Heating NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. The front seat heater control unit does not turn on the front seat heater until the seat core te
  • Page 521‐1. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B1C57 Passenger's Heater Thermistor Circuit Open B1C58 Passenger's Heater Thermistor Circuit Short B1C62 Passenger's Heater Current Abnormal High B1C63 Passenger's Heater Current Abnormal Low Are DTCs B1C57, B1C58, B1C62, and/or B1C63 indicated? Y
  • Page 522DTC Troubleshooting: B1C70 DTC B1C70: Driver's Main Heater Switch Failure NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. The front seat heater control unit does not turn on the front seat heater until the seat core temperatur
  • Page 523DTC Troubleshooting: B1C71 DTC B1C71: Passenger's Main Heater Switch Failure NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. The front seat heater control unit does not turn on the front seat heater until the seat core tempera
  • Page 524DTC Troubleshooting: B22A0 DTC B22A0: Wireless Charger Unit Failure NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B22A0 Wireless Charger Unit Failure 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Clear the DTCs with the H
  • Page 525DTC Troubleshooting: B22A0 DTC B22A0: Wireless Charger Unit Failure NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B22A0 Wireless Charger Unit Failure 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Clear the DTCs with the H
  • Page 526DTC Troubleshooting: B22A1 DTC B22A1: Wireless Charger Unit ACC Input Circuit Failure NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. cardiagn.com DTC Description DTC B22A1 Wireless Charger Unit ACC Input Circuit Failure 1. Pr
  • Page 527‐4. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle ACCESSORY mode Wireless charger 7P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Wireless charger 7P connector No. 6 Test point 2 Body ground Is there battery voltage? YES An open or poor connection in the ACC wire between the No. B1
  • Page 528DTC Troubleshooting: B22A1 DTC B22A1: Wireless Charger Unit ACC Input Circuit Failure NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. cardiagn.com DTC Description DTC B22A1 Wireless charger unit ACC input circuit failure 1. Pr
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  • Page 530YES Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for loose or poor connections.■ 2. Shorted wire check (ACC to +B BACK UP line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode and then press the wireless charger power button. Does the wireless charger operate? YES A short
  • Page 531DTC Troubleshooting: B2352 DTC B2352: Rain Light Sensor Unit Internal Error (EEPROM Error) NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B2352 Rain Light Sensor Unit Internal Error (EEPROM Error) 1. Probl
  • Page 532DTC Troubleshooting: B2375 cardiagn.com DTC B2375: Rain Sensing Malfunction NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B2375 Rain Sensing Malfunction 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Clear the DTCs with th
  • Page 533YES Go to step 3. NO Reconnect or repair the 5P connector.■ 3. Rain sensor visual check: ‐1. Remove the automatic lighting/rain sensor. ‐2. Check for dirt and dust on the surface of the rain sensor. Is it dirty? YES Clean the rain sensor, and then recheck the system.■ NO Go to step 4. 4. Windshield
  • Page 534DTC Troubleshooting: B2376 DTC B2376: Light Sensing Malfunction NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC B2376 Light Sensing Malfunction 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. card
  • Page 535DTC Troubleshooting: B2800-49, B2801-49, B2802-49, C0061-96, U3000-49 DTC B2800-49, B2801-49, B2802-49, C0061-96, U3000-49: Internal Failure of the SRS Unit NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so, verify that all the required components w
  • Page 536YES The failure is duplicated. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting or replace the SRS unit.■ NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Go to Troubleshooting Intermittent Failures. If another DTC is indicated, troubleshoot
  • Page 537DTC Troubleshooting: B2840-13, B2841-13 cardiagn.com DTC B2840-13: SRS Unit Connector A Not Properly Installed DTC B2841-13: SRS Unit Connector B Not Properly Installed NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so, verify that all the required
  • Page 538DTC Description DTC B2841-13 SRS unit connector B not properly installed Are DTC B2840-13 and B2841-13 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Go to Troubleshooting Intermittent Failures. If another DTC is indicated, troubleshoo
  • Page 539YES Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting or replace the SRS unit.■ NO Replace the dashboard wire harness or the floor wire harness, then clear the DTC.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 540DTC Troubleshooting: B2841-13 cardiagn.com DTC B2841-13: SRS Unit Connector B Not Properly Installed NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so, verify that all the required components were replaced with new components of the correct part num
  • Page 541‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Check the following connection. SRS unit connector B (39P) Is the connector OK? YES Go to step 4. NO Go to step 3. 3. System check: ‐1. Reset the loose connections that caused the problem in step 2. ‐2. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. ‐3. Turn the vehicl
  • Page 542DTC Troubleshooting: B2964 (D-B5), B2964 (93) cardiagn.com DTC B2964, DTC screen D-B5, or DTC indicator 93: Climate Control Unit Lost Communication with Front Panel (Climate Control Panel) DTC Description DTC B2964 Climate control unit lost communication with front panel (climate control panel) 1. P
  • Page 543‐1. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. ‐2. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode and then the ON mode. ‐3. Do the Self-Diagnostic Function with the HDS or the climate control unit. ‐4. Check for DTCs. DTC Description DTC B2964 Climate control unit lost communication with front panel (climate control pan
  • Page 544YES Go to step 4. NO Go to step 7. 4. Shorted wire check (BUS-DATA line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Climate control unit connector A (32P) ‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Climate c
  • Page 545‐4. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode and then the ON mode. ‐5. Do the Self-Diagnostic Function with the HDS or the climate control unit. ‐6. Check for DTCs. DTC Description DTC B2964 Climate control unit lost communication with front panel (climate control panel) Is DTC B2964, Error on the DT
  • Page 546DTC Troubleshooting: B2983 (C-A6), B2983 (57) cardiagn.com DTC B2983 or DTC screen C-A6 or DTC indicator 57: A Problem in the Recirculation Control Motor Circuit, Linkage, Door, or Motor DTC Description DTC B2983 A problem in the recirculation control motor circuit, linkage, door, or motor 1. Proble
  • Page 547‐4. Check for DTCs. DTC Description DTC B2983 A problem in the recirculation control motor circuit, linkage, door, or motor Is DTC B2983 or Error on the DTC screen C-A6 (climate control panel without display) or 57 (climate control panel with display) indicated? YES Go to step 2. NO Intermittent fai
  • Page 548Is there continuity? YES The M-FRS wire is not open. Go to step 4. NO Repair an open in the M-FRS wire.■ 4. Shorted wire check (M-REC line): ‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Climate control unit connector B (24P): disconnected Recirculation
  • Page 549DTC Troubleshooting: B2986 (C-A4), B2986 (55) cardiagn.com DTC B2986 or DTC screen C-A4 or DTC indicator 55: An Open in the Recirculation Control Motor Circuit DTC Description DTC B2986 An open in the recirculation control motor circuit 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. ‐2. T
  • Page 550YES Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure. Check for loose wires or poor connections on the recirculation control motor circuit.■ 2. Determine possible failure area (RFD-P line, others): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Recirculation control motor
  • Page 551‐1. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle ON mode Recirculation control motor 5P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Climate control unit connector B (12P) No. 4 Test point 2 Body ground Is there about 5 V? YES Repair an open in the RFD-P wire.■ NO Replace the clim
  • Page 552DTC Troubleshooting: B2988 (C-B1), B2988 (C-B2), B2988 (61) cardiagn.com DTC B2988 or DTC screen C-B1: An Open in the A/C Compressor Variable Capacity Control Solenoid Circuit DTC B2988 or DTC screen C-B2: A Short in the A/C Compressor Variable Capacity Control Solenoid Circuit DTC B2988 or DTC indi
  • Page 553‐3. Do the Self-Diagnostic Function with the HDS or the climate control unit. ‐4. Wait for at least 1 minute. ‐5. Check for DTCs. DTC Description DTC B2988 A problem in the A/C compressor variable capacity control solenoid circuit Is DTC B2988 or Error on the DTC screen C-B1 (climate control panel w
  • Page 554Is there continuity? YES The SOL IN wire is not open. Go to step 4. NO Repair an open in the SOL IN wire.■ 4. Shorted wire check (SOL OUT line): ‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Climate control unit connector A (32P): disconnected A/C compr
  • Page 555DTC Troubleshooting: B2A00-92 DTC B2A00-92: Temporary stop of Integrated Driver Support System (Detected Abnormal Signals) NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. This DTC is recorded when the millimeter wave radar and multipurpose camera receive an unexpected
  • Page 556YES Perform a troubleshooting for the recorded DTC.■ NO Clear the DTC with the HDS and explain to the customer that it is not a failure.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 557DTC Troubleshooting: B2A00-F8 DTC B2A00-F8: ACC Brake Control Temporarily Prohibited NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. This DTC is stored when the brake pad gets excessively hot due to excessive automatic brake activation; the wheel sensor voltage drops;
  • Page 558‐4. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame B2A00-F8 ACC Brake Control Temporarily Prohibited Is DTC B2A00-F8 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Check for loose terminals and poor connections in the multipurpose camera unit 20P connector. Check for any authorized service
  • Page 559DTC Troubleshooting: B2A10-14 DTC B2A10-14: Brake Light Drive Relay Circuit Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame B2A10-14 Brake Light Drive Relay cardiagn.com Circuit Malfunction 1. VSA system DTC check: ‐1. Turn
  • Page 560‐6. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame B2A10-14 Brake Light Drive Relay Circuit Malfunction Is DTC B2A10-14 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Check for loose terminals and poor connections in the multipurpose camera unit 20P connector. Check for any authorized serv
  • Page 561DTC Troubleshooting: B2A60-49, B2A60-96 DTC B2A60-49: Multipurpose Camera Unit Internal Electronic Failure DTC B2A60-96: Multipurpose Camera Unit Hardware Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. The functions of the integrated driver support system
  • Page 562DTC Troubleshooting: B2A60-52 DTC B2A60-52: Dynamic Camera Aiming Incomplete NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. This DTC is stored when if multipurpose camera aiming has not been performed or has been performed but failed. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame
  • Page 563DTC Troubleshooting: B2A60-54 DTC B2A60-54: Static Camera Aiming Incomplete NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. If the multipurpose camera unit or the windshield is removed or replaced, you must aim it, otherwise DTC B2A60-54 is stored even if the system is
  • Page 564DTC Troubleshooting: B2A60-54, P2583-54 DTC B2A60-54: Static Camera Aiming Incomplete DTC P2583-54: Millimeter Wave Radar Aiming Incomplete NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. These DTCs are recorded when aiming is not performed or aiming is not successfull
  • Page 565YES The failure is duplicated. Aiming is incomplete. Aim the millimeter wave radar or the multipurpose camera.■ NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Refer to intermittent failures troubleshooting.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 566DTC Troubleshooting: B2A60-57, U1387-4A, U1387-55, U3000-55 DTC B2A60-57: Multipurpose Camera Unit Software Failure DTC U1387-4A: Unmatch Combination of Millimeter Wave Radar-Multipurpose Camera Unit DTC U1387-55: Multipurpose Camera Unit Variant Incomplete DTC U3000-55: Millimeter Wave Radar Varian
  • Page 567‐4. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, then wait for at least 6 seconds. ‐5. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B2A60-57 Multipurpose Camera Unit Software Failure U1387-4A Unmatch Combination of Millimeter Wave Radar-Multipurpose Camera Unit U1387-55 Multipurpose Camera Unit Variant Inco
  • Page 568DTC Troubleshooting: B2A60-97 DTC B2A60-97: Dust or Dirt On The Camera NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame B2A60-97 Dust or Dirt On The Camera cardiagn.com 1. Multipurpose camera unit visual check: ‐1. Check for dust or dirt
  • Page 569YES The failure is duplicated. Check for loose terminals and poor connections in the multipurpose camera unit 20P connector. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting. If they are OK, replace the multipurpose camera unit.■ NO Intermittent fa
  • Page 570DTC Troubleshooting: B2A60-97 DTC B2A60-97: Dust or Dirt On The Camera NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. The functions of the integrated driver support system that will be temporarily canceled when this DTC is recorded can be confirmed with the DTC troubl
  • Page 571YES The failure is duplicated. Check for loose terminals and poor connections in the multipurpose camera unit 12P connector. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting. If they are OK, replace the multipurpose camera unit.■ NO Intermittent fa
  • Page 572DTC Troubleshooting: B2A60-98, P2583-98 DTC B2A60-98: Multipurpose Camera Unit Temperature Too High cardiagn.com DTC P2583-98: Millimeter Wave Radar Temperature Too High NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. These DTC are recorded when the vehicle is left in
  • Page 573‐1. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐2. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, then wait for at least 6 seconds. ‐4. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B2A60-98 Multipurpose Camera Unit Temperature Too High P2583-98 Millimeter Wave Radar Temperature T
  • Page 574DTC Troubleshooting: B2A60-99 DTC B2A60-99: Out of automatic correction range for Misalignment of cardiagn.com Multipurpose Camera Unit image NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. If this DTC is recorded, the following is suspected: - Improper installation of
  • Page 575minutes or more. ‐5. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B2A60-99 Out of automatic correction range for Misalignment of Multipurpose Camera Unit image Is DTC B2A60-99 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Refer to
  • Page 576DTC Troubleshooting: B2A60-A2, U3006-16 DTC B2A60-A2: Power Supply Voltage Too Low (Multipurpose Camera Unit) DTC U3006-16: Power Supply Voltage Too Low (Millimeter Wave Radar) NOTE: cardiagn.com Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. Before performing a troubleshoo
  • Page 577Is DTC B2A60-A2 or U3006-16 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Refer to intermittent failures troubleshooting.■ 2. PGM-FI system DTC check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Descripti
  • Page 578DTC Troubleshooting: B2A60-A3, U3006-17 DTC B2A60-A3: Power Supply Voltage Too High (Multipurpose Camera Unit) DTC U3006-17: Power Supply Voltage Too High (Millimeter Wave Radar) NOTE: cardiagn.com Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. Before starting a troubleshoo
  • Page 579Is DTC B2A60-A3 or U3006-17 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Refer to intermittent failures troubleshooting.■ 2. PGM-FI system DTC check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Descripti
  • Page 580DTC Troubleshooting: B2A70-12 cardiagn.com DTC B2A70-12: LDW/RDM Switch Signal Circuit Short NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame B2A70-12 LDW/RDM Switch Signal Circuit Short 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to t
  • Page 581YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Refer to intermittent failures troubleshooting. If the freeze data/on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions with the freeze data/on-board snap
  • Page 582‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Remove and test the RDM OFF switch. Is the RDM OFF switch OK? YES RDM OFF switch is OK. Go to step 5. NO Replace the RDM OFF switch.■ 5. Open wire check (LDW OFF SW line): ‐1. Install the RDM OFF switch. ‐2. Connect the following connector. RDM OFF sw
  • Page 583DTC Troubleshooting: B2A70-12 DTC B2A70-12: LDW/RDM Switch Signal Circuit Short cardiagn.com NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. The functions of the integrated driver support system that will be temporarily canceled when this DTC is recorded can be confirm
  • Page 584‐6. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC B2A70-12 LDW/RDM Switch Signal Circuit Short Is DTC B2A70-12 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Refer to intermittent failures troubleshooting.■ 2. Fuse check: ‐1. Turn t
  • Page 585Is the RDM switch OK? YES RDM switch is OK. Go to step 5. NO Replace the RDM switch.■ 5. Open wire check (LDW OFF SW line): ‐1. Install the RDM switch. ‐2. Connect the following connector. RDM switch 10P connector ‐3. Disconnect the following connector. Multipurpose camera unit 12P connector ‐4. Tur
  • Page 586Is there continuity? YES Replace the multipurpose camera unit.■ NO Repair an open in the LDW OFF IND wire between the RDM switch and the multipurpose camera unit.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 587DTC Troubleshooting: B2A70-14 DTC B2A70-14: LDW/RDM Switch Signal Circuit Short to Power cardiagn.com NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame B2A70-14 LDW/RDM Switch Signal Circuit Short to Power 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Tur
  • Page 588‐2. Remove and test the RDM OFF switch. Is the RDM OFF switch OK? YES RDM OFF switch is OK. Go to step 3. NO Replace the RDM OFF switch.■ 3. Shorted wire check (LDW OFF SW line to power): ‐1. Install the RDM OFF switch. ‐2. Connect the following connector. RDM OFF switch 10P connector ‐3. Disconnect
  • Page 589DTC Troubleshooting: B2A70-14 DTC B2A70-14: LDW/RDM Switch Signal Circuit Short to Power cardiagn.com NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. The functions of the integrated driver support system that will be temporarily canceled when this DTC is recorded can b
  • Page 590‐2. Remove and test the RDM switch. Is the RDM switch OK? YES RDM switch is OK. Go to step 3. NO Replace the RDM switch.■ 3. Shorted wire check (LDW OFF SW line to power): ‐1. Install the RDM switch. ‐2. Connect the following connector. RDM switch 10P connector ‐3. Disconnect the following connector
  • Page 591DTC Troubleshooting: C0010-49, C0011-49, C0014-49, C0015-49, C0018-49, C0019-49, C001C-49, C001D-49 DTC C0010-49: Inlet Solenoid (Left Front) Circuit Failure DTC C0011-49: Outlet Solenoid (Left Front) Circuit Failure DTC C0014-49: Inlet Solenoid (Right Front) Circuit Failure cardiagn.com DTC C0015-4
  • Page 592‐3. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode, then start the engine. ‐4. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C0010-49 Inlet Solenoid (Left Front) Circuit Failure C0011-49 Outlet Solenoid (Left Front) Circuit Failure C0014-49 Inlet Solenoid (Right Front) Circuit Failure C0015
  • Page 593DTC Troubleshooting: C0023-12 cardiagn.com DTC C0023-12: Brake Diag Circuit ON Failure NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C0023-12 Brake Diag Circuit ON Failure 1. Brake light relay check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (L
  • Page 594‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Check the brake lights without pressing the brake pedal. Are the brake lights on? YES Go to step 3. NO Go to step 4. 3. Shorted wire check (BRK LAMP line) 2: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connector. VSA modulator-co
  • Page 595‐3. Disconnect the following connectors. Brake pedal position switch 4P connector PCM connector A (50P) ‐4. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Brake pedal position switch 4P connector: disconnected PCM connector A (50P): disconnected Test point 1
  • Page 596YES Check for loose terminals and poor connections in the VSA modulator-control unit 46P connector. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting. If they are OK, replace the VSA modulator- control unit.■ NO Replace the original PCM.■ cardiagn.c
  • Page 597DTC Troubleshooting: C0023-14 cardiagn.com DTC C0023-14: Brake Diag Circuit OFF Failure NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C0023-14 Brake Diag Circuit OFF Failure 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode
  • Page 598‐3. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode, then to the ON mode. ‐4. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C0023-14 Brake Diag Circuit OFF Failure Is DTC C0023-14 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time.
  • Page 599‐4. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode VSA modulator-control unit 46P connector: disconnected Relay circuit board connector B (6P): disconnected Test point 1 Relay circuit board connector B (6P) No. 1 Test point 2 VSA modulator-control unit 46P c
  • Page 600YES The IG1 VSA/ABS wire is OK. Go to step 6. NO Repair an open in the wire between the No. B34 (10 A) fuse in the under-dash fuse/relay box and the relay circuit board (built-in brake light relay).■ 6. Open wire check (+B STOP line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the f
  • Page 601Is there continuity? YES The BRK DIAG wire is OK. Go to step 8. NO Repair an open in the wire between the VSA modulator-control unit and the relay circuit board (built-in brake light relay).■ 8. Brake light relay check (substitution): ‐1. Substitute a known-good relay circuit board (built-in brake l
  • Page 602DTC Troubleshooting: C0023-14 cardiagn.com DTC C0023-14: Brake Diag Circuit OFF Failure NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC C0023-14 Brake Diag Circuit OFF Failure 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear t
  • Page 603‐4. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC C0023-14 Brake Diag Circuit OFF Failure Is DTC C0023-14 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Refer to intermittent failures troubleshooting. If the freeze data/on-board sna
  • Page 604Relay circuit board connector B (6P): disconnected Test point 1 Relay circuit board connector B (6P) (female terminals) No. 1: Test point 2 VSA modulator-control unit 46P connector No. 34 Is there continuity? YES The BRK LAMP wire is OK. Go to step 5. NO Repair an open in the wire between the VSA mo
  • Page 605‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Relay circuit board connector C (18P) (built-in brake light relay) ‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Relay circuit board connector A (8P): disconnected Rela
  • Page 606Is there continuity? YES The BRK DIAG wire is OK. Go to step 8. NO Repair an open in the wire between the VSA modulator-control unit and the relay circuit board (built-in brake light relay).■ 8. Brake light relay check: ‐1. Substitute a known-good relay circuit board (built-in brake light relay). ca
  • Page 607DTC Troubleshooting: C0023-14 cardiagn.com DTC C0023-14: Brake Diag Circuit OFF Failure NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C0023-14 Brake Diag Circuit OFF Failure 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode
  • Page 608‐3. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode, then to the ON mode. ‐4. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C0023-14 Brake Diag Circuit OFF Failure Is DTC C0023-14 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time.
  • Page 609‐4. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode VSA modulator-control unit 46P connector: disconnected Relay circuit board connector B (6P): disconnected Test point 1 Relay circuit board connector B (6P) (female terminals) No. 1: Test point 2 VSA modulato
  • Page 610YES The IG1 OPTION wire is OK. Go to step 6. NO Repair an open in the wire between the No. B5 (10 A) fuse in the under-dash fuse/relay box and the relay circuit board (built-in brake light relay).■ 6. Open wire check (+B STOP line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the fol
  • Page 611Is there continuity? YES The BRK DIAG wire is OK. Go to step 8. NO Repair an open in the wire between the VSA modulator-control unit and the relay circuit board (built-in brake light relay).■ 8. Brake light relay check (substitution): ‐1. Substitute a known-good relay circuit board (built-in brake l
  • Page 612DTC Troubleshooting: C0023-F0, C0044-F0, U0416-68, U0416-F8 DTC C0023-F0: Brake Light Drive Relay Circuit Malfunction DTC C0044-F0: Master Cylinder Pressure Sensor Failure DTC U0416-68: Brake Actuator Malfunction DTC U0416-F8: VSA Modulator-Control Unit Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, rev
  • Page 613DTC Description DTC U0416-F8 VSA Modulator-Control Unit Malfunction Is DTC C0023-F0, C0044-F0, U0416-68, or U0416-F8 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to the indicated DTC's troubleshooting in the VSA system.■ NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Refer to intermittent f
  • Page 614DTC Troubleshooting: C0030-38, C0033-38, C0036-38, C0039-38 DTC C0030-38: Magnetic Encoder (Left Front) Failure (Pulse Missing) DTC C0033-38: Magnetic Encoder (Right Front) Failure (Pulse Missing) DTC C0036-38: Magnetic Encoder (Left Rear) Failure (Pulse Missing) cardiagn.com DTC C0039-38: Magnetic
  • Page 615DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C0033-38 Magnetic Encoder (Right Front) Failure (Pulse Missing) C0036-38 Magnetic Encoder (Left Rear) Failure (Pulse Missing) C0039-38 Magnetic Encoder (Right Rear) Failure (Pulse Missing) Is DTC C0030-38, C0033-38, C0036-38, or C0039-38 indicated? YES The failure is
  • Page 616DTC Troubleshooting: C0031-14, C0034-14, C0037-14, C003A-14 cardiagn.com
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  • Page 618DTC C0031-14: Left Front Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Failure (Circuit Short To Ground or Open) DTC C0034-14: Right Front Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Failure (Circuit Short To Ground or Open) DTC C0037-14: Left Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Failure (Circuit Short To Ground or Open) DTC C003A-14: Righ
  • Page 619YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Refer to intermittent failures troubleshooting.■ 2. Shorted wire check (SNSR+, SNSR- lines to ground): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connector. VSA modulat
  • Page 620Is there continuity? YES The SNSR+ and SNSR- wires are not shorted to body ground. Replace the appropriate wheel speed sensor.■ NO Repair a short to body ground in the wire between the VSA modulator-control unit and the wheel speed sensor.■ 4. Shorted wire check (SNSR+, SNSR- lines to power): ‐1. Tu
  • Page 621Is there 0.1 V or more? YES The SNSR+ and SNSR- wires are not shorted to power. Replace the appropriate wheel speed sensor.■ NO Repair a short to power in the wire between the VSA modulator-control unit and the appropriate wheel speed sensor.■ 6. Shorted wire check (SNSR+ lines to SNSR- lines): ‐1.
  • Page 622Is there continuity? YES Go to step 8. NO Repair an open in the wire between the appropriate wheel speed sensor and the VSA modulator-control unit.■ 8. Open wire check (SNSR- lines): ‐1. Check for continuity between the appropriate VSA modulator-control unit 46P connector terminal and the appropriat
  • Page 623‐3. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐4. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐5. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐6. Test-drive the vehicle on the road in a straight line at 19 mph (30km/h) or more. NOTE: Drive the vehicle on the road, not on a lift. ‐7. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description
  • Page 624DTC Troubleshooting: C0031-14, C0034-14, C0037-14, C003A-14 cardiagn.com
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  • Page 626DTC C0031-14: Left Front Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Failure (Circuit Short To Ground or Open) DTC C0034-14: Right Front Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Failure (Circuit Short To Ground or Open) DTC C0037-14: Left Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Failure (Circuit Short To Ground or Open) DTC C003A-14: Righ
  • Page 627YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Refer to intermittent failures troubleshooting. If the freeze data/on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions with the Freeze data/on-board snap
  • Page 628Rear cardiagn.com Is there continuity? YES The SNSR+ and SNSR- wires are not shorted to body ground. Replace the appropriate wheel speed sensor.■ NO Repair a short to body ground in the wire between the VSA modulator-control unit and the wheel speed sensor.■ 4. Shorted wire check (SNSR+, SNSR- lines
  • Page 629NO The SNSR+ and SNSR- wires are not shorted to power. Go to step 6. cardiagn.com
  • Page 6305. Wheel speed sensor(s) check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connectors. Appropriate wheel speed sensor 2P connector (front) Appropriate wheel speed sensor 4P connector (rear) ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐4. On the sensor side, measure the voltag
  • Page 631‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connectors. Appropriate wheel speed sensor 2P connector (front) Appropriate wheel speed sensor 4P connector (rear) ‐3. Check for continuity between the appropriate VSA modulator-control unit 46P connector wheel speed sensor te
  • Page 632Rear cardiagn.com Is there continuity? YES Go to step 8. NO Repair an open in the wire between the appropriate wheel speed sensor and the VSA modulator-control unit.■ 8. Open wire check (SNSR- lines): ‐1. Check for continuity between the appropriate VSA modulator-control unit 46P connector terminal
  • Page 633Rear cardiagn.com Is there continuity? YES The SNSR+, SNSR- wires are OK. Go to step 9. NO Repair an open in the wire between the appropriate wheel speed sensor and the VSA modulator-control unit.■ 9. Wheel speed sensor(s) check (substitution): ‐1. Substitute a known-good wheel speed sensor. DTC App
  • Page 634‐7. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C0031-14 Left Front Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Failure (Circuit Short To Ground or Open) C0034-14 Right Front Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Failure (Circuit Short To Ground or Open) C0037-14 Left Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Failure (
  • Page 635DTC Troubleshooting: C0031-62, C0034-62, C0037-62, C003A-62 DTC C0031-62: Left Front Wheel Speed Sensor Signal Error DTC C0034-62: Right Front Wheel Speed Sensor Signal Error DTC C0037-62: Left Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Signal Error cardiagn.com DTC C003A-62: Right Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Signal Error
  • Page 636‐1. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐2. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐3. Test-drive the vehicle at speeds 25 mph (40 km/h) or more with the ACC activated. NOTE: Drive the vehicle on the road, not on a lift. ‐4. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C0031-62 Left Front
  • Page 637DTC Troubleshooting: C0031-62, C0034-62, C0037-62, C003A-62 DTC C0031-62: Left Front Wheel Speed Sensor Signal Error DTC C0034-62: Right Front Wheel Speed Sensor Signal Error DTC C0037-62: Left Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Signal Error DTC C003A-62: Right Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Signal Error NOTE: Before
  • Page 638DTC Description DTC C0034-62 Right Front Wheel Speed Sensor Signal Error C0037-62 Left Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Signal Error C003A-62 Right Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Signal Error Is DTC C0031-62, C0034-62, C0037-62, or C003A-62 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to the indicated DTC's trouble
  • Page 639DTC Troubleshooting: C0031-62, C0034-62, C0037-62, C003A-62 cardiagn.com DTC C0031-62: Left Front Wheel Speed Sensor Signal Compare Failure DTC C0034-62: Right Front Wheel Speed Sensor Signal Compare Failure DTC C0037-62: Left Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Signal Compare Failure DTC C003A-62: Right Rear W
  • Page 640‐5. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C0031-62 Left Front Wheel Speed Sensor Signal Compare Failure C0034-62 Right Front Wheel Speed Sensor Signal Compare Failure C0037-62 Left Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Signal Compare Failure C003A-62 Right Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Signal Co
  • Page 641‐6. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C0031-62 Left Front Wheel Speed Sensor Signal Compare Failure C0034-62 Right Front Wheel Speed Sensor Signal Compare Failure C0037-62 Left Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Signal Compare Failure C003A-62 Right Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Signal Co
  • Page 642DTC Troubleshooting: C0031-F0, C0034-F0, C0037-F0, C003A-F0, C0044-F0 DTC C0031-F0: Left Front Wheel Speed Sensor Failure DTC C0034-F0: Right Front Wheel Speed Sensor Failure DTC C0037-F0: Left Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Failure DTC C003A-F0: Right Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Failure DTC C0044-F0: Brake Ma
  • Page 643DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C003A-F0 Right Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Failure C0044-F0 Brake Master Cylinder Pressure Sensor Failure Is DTC C0031-F0, C0034-F0, C0037-F0, C003A-F0, or C0044-F0 indicated? YES Go to VSA system troubleshooting.■ NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time.
  • Page 644DTC Troubleshooting: C0031-F0, C0034-F0, C0037-F0, C003A-F0, C0044-F0 DTC C0031-F0: Left Front Wheel Speed Sensor Failure DTC C0034-F0: Right Front Wheel Speed Sensor Failure DTC C0037-F0: Left Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Failure DTC C003A-F0: Right Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Failure DTC C0044-F0: Brake Ma
  • Page 645DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C003A-F0 Right Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Failure C0044-F0 Brake Master Cylinder Pressure Sensor Failure Is DTC C0031-F0, C0034-F0, C0037-F0, C003A-F0, or C0044-F0 indicated? YES Go to VSA system troubleshooting.■ NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time.
  • Page 646DTC Troubleshooting: C0037-F0, C003A-F0 DTC C0037-F0: Left Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Malfunction DTC C003A-F0: Right Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C0037-F0 Left Rear Wheel Speed Sensor
  • Page 647DTC Troubleshooting: C0040-62 cardiagn.com DTC C0040-62: Brake Lamp Switch Failure (Stuck) NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C0040-62 Brake Lamp Switch Failure (Stuck) 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the O
  • Page 648YES If only DTC C0040-62 is indicated, go to step 2. NO If any other DTCs are indicated, go to the indicated DTCs troubleshooting.■ NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Refer to intermittent failures troubleshooting. If the freeze data/on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, tr
  • Page 649YES Check for loose terminals and poor connections in the VSA modulator-control unit 46P connector. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting. If they are OK, replace the VSA modulator- control unit.■ NO Replace the original PCM.■ cardiagn.c
  • Page 650DTC Troubleshooting: C0041-14 DTC C0041-14: Brake Switch Signal Circuit Error NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. The specific conditions under which this DTC is recorded are as follows: - Brake switch signal is ON, but brake fluid pressure does not rise wh
  • Page 651DTC Troubleshooting: C0041-14 DTC C0041-14: Brake Switch Signal Circuit Error NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. This vehicle obtains the brake operation information used for the control of the integrated driver support system from the PCM via the F-CAN. I
  • Page 652DTC Troubleshooting: C0044-49 DTC C0044-49: Master Cylinder Pressure Sensor Failure (Internal Circuit Failure) NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C0044-49 Master Cylinder Pressure Sensor Failure (Internal Circuit Failure) 1
  • Page 653DTC Troubleshooting: C0049-7B DTC C0049-7B: Brake Fluid Level Too Low cardiagn.com NOTE: Bleeding the brake system while turn the vehicle to the ON mode can cause this DTC. Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C0049-7B Brake Fluid
  • Page 6542. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode, then start the engine. ‐4. Wait for 10 seconds or more. ‐5. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C0049-7B Brake Fluid Level Too Low Is D
  • Page 655‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Brake fluid level switch 2P connector ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐4. Check the parameter(s) below with the HDS. Signal Current conditions Values Unit BRAKE FLUID LEVEL Does the HDS indicate ENOUGH? YES Replace the brake fluid reservoir (brake fluid l
  • Page 656DTC Troubleshooting: C0051-54 DTC C0051-54: Steering Angle Neutral Position Learning Incomplete NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C0051-54 Steering Angle Neutral Position Learning Incomplete 1. Problem verification: cardia
  • Page 657DTC Troubleshooting: C0051-54 DTC C0051-54: Steering Angle Neutral Position Learning Incomplete NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. This DTC is recorded if VSA sensor neutral position memorization is not completed. This DTC is automatically deleted without
  • Page 658DTC Troubleshooting: C0051-54 cardiagn.com DTC C0051-54: Steering Angle Neutral Position Learning Incomplete NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C0051-54 Steering Angle Neutral Position Learning Incomplete 1. EPS system DTCs
  • Page 659‐4. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C0051-54 Steering Angle Neutral Position Learning Incomplete Is DTC C0051-54 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 3. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Refer to intermittent failures troubleshootin
  • Page 660DTC Troubleshooting: C0051-62 DTC C0051-62: Steering Angle Sensor Straight Point Error NOTE: cardiagn.com Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. Check the vehicle under these conditions: - Check the steering wheel spoke angle. - Check the tires for proper inflation
  • Page 661‐2. Check the parameter(s) below with the HDS. Signal Current conditions Values Unit Steering angle With the steering wheel in the straight ahead position, is the value within 0±5 degrees? YES Go to step 3. NO Do the steering angel neutral position learning.■ 3. Problem verification: ‐1. Clear the D
  • Page 662DTC Troubleshooting: C0051-62, C0051-96 DTC C0051-62: Steering Angle Sensor Failure (Signal Compare Failure) cardiagn.com DTC C0051-96: Steering Angle Sensor Failure (Sensor Detects Internal Failure) NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC F
  • Page 663‐4. Test-drive the vehicle at 31 mph (50 km/h) or more for 10 seconds or more. NOTE: Drive the vehicle on the road, not on a lift. ‐5. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C0051-62 Steering Angle Sensor Failure (Signal Compare Failure) C0051-96 Steering Angle Sensor Failure
  • Page 664DTC Troubleshooting: C0051-96 DTC C0051-96: Steering Angle Sensor Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. If DTC U0131-00 is stored at the same time as DTC C0051-96, troubleshoot DTC U0131-00 first, then recheck for DTC C0051-96. cardiagn.com DTC De
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  • Page 666YES The failure is duplicated. Check for loose terminals and poor connections in the multipurpose camera unit 20P connector. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting. If they are OK, replace the multipurpose camera unit.■ NO Intermittent fa
  • Page 667DTC Troubleshooting: C0051-96 DTC C0051-96: Steering Angle Sensor Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. This DTC is recorded when the millimeter wave radar receives the EPS control unit failure information via the F-CAN. If a DTC is recorded again
  • Page 668DTC Troubleshooting: C0051-96 DTC C0051-96: Steering Angle Sensor Failure NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C0051-96 Steering Angle Sensor Failure 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. cardiagn.com
  • Page 669DTC Troubleshooting: C0051-96 DTC C0051-96: Steering Angle Sensor Failure NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C0051-96 Steering Angle Sensor Failure 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. cardiagn.com
  • Page 670DTC Troubleshooting: C0061-62, C0061-F0 DTC C0061-62: Lateral Acceleration Sensor Failure (Signal Compare Failure) DTC C0061-F0: Lateral Acceleration Sensor Malfunction cardiagn.com NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C0061-
  • Page 671NOTE: Drive the vehicle on the road, not on a lift. ‐4. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame Is DTC C0061-62 or C0061-F0 indicated? YES Check for loose terminals and poor connections in the VSA modulator-control unit 46P connector. Check for any authorized service informatio
  • Page 672DTC Troubleshooting: C0061-9A, C0062-9A, C0063-9A DTC C0061-9A: Temporary stop of Integrated Driver Support System (Unstable Lateral Acceleration Sensor Signal) DTC C0062-9A: Temporary stop of Integrated Driver Support System (Unstable Longitudinal Acceleration Sensor Signal) DTC C0063-9A: Temporary
  • Page 673‐2. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC C0061-9A Temporary stop of Integrated Driver Support System (Unstable Lateral Acceleration Sensor Signal) C0062-9A Temporary stop of Integrated Driver Support System (Unstable Longitudinal Acceleration Sensor Signal) C0063-9A Temporary stop of Int
  • Page 674DTC Troubleshooting: C0061-F0, C0062-F0, U0452-68 DTC C0061-F0: Lateral G Sensor Failure DTC C0062-F0: Longitudinal G Sensor Failure DTC U0452-68: SRS Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C0061-F0 Lateral G Sensor
  • Page 675DTC Troubleshooting: C0061-F0, C0062-F0, U0452-68 DTC C0061-F0: Lateral G Sensor Failure DTC C0062-F0: Longitudinal G Sensor Failure DTC U0452-68: SRS Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C0061-F0 Lateral G Sensor
  • Page 676DTC Troubleshooting: C0062-62, C0062-F0 DTC C0062-62: Longitudinal Acceleration Sensor Failure (Signal Compare Failure) cardiagn.com DTC C0062-F0: Longitudinal Acceleration Sensor Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Fr
  • Page 677‐3. Test-drive the vehicle at 31 mph (50 km/h) or more for 6 minutes, then stop. Repeat this step for 4 times. NOTE: Drive the vehicle on the road, not on a lift. ‐4. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame Is DTC C0062-62 or C0062-F0 indicated? YES Check for loose terminals an
  • Page 678DTC Troubleshooting: C0062-96 DTC C0062-96: Longitudinal Acceleration Sensor Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C0062-96 Longitudinal Acceleration Sensor Malfunction 1. Problem verification: cardiagn.com ‐1. Tur
  • Page 679DTC Troubleshooting: C0062-F0 DTC C0062-F0: Longitudinal Acceleration Sensor (Subfault) Fault Detection By Source Module NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. If DTC U0122-00 is stored at the same time as DTC C0062-F0, troubleshoot DTC U0122-00 first, then re
  • Page 680‐3. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C0062-F0 Longitudinal Acceleration Sensor (Subfault) Fault Detection By Source Module Is DTC C0062-F0 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Check for loose terminals and poor connections in the multipurpose camera unit 20P connect
  • Page 681DTC Troubleshooting: C0063-27 DTC C0063-27: Yaw Rate Sensor Gain Error NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. This vehicle's multipurpose camera unit receives the failure information of the yaw rate sensor from the SRS unit. The SRS unit does not uses the yaw
  • Page 682DTC Troubleshooting: C0063-28 DTC C0063-28: Yaw Rate Sensor Center Position Revision Value Error NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. This vehicle's multipurpose camera unit receives the failure information of the yaw rate sensor from the SRS unit. The SRS u
  • Page 683DTC Troubleshooting: C0063-62 DTC C0063-62: Yaw Rate Sensor Stabilizing Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. This vehicle's multipurpose camera unit receives the failure information of the yaw rate sensor from the SRS unit. The SRS unit does not
  • Page 684YES The failure is duplicated. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or replace the SRS unit.■ NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Refer to intermittent failures troubleshooting. If the freeze data/on-board snapshot
  • Page 685DTC Troubleshooting: C0063-62, C0063-F0 DTC C0063-62: Yaw Rate Sensor Failure (Signal Compare Failure) DTC C0063-F0: Yaw Rate Sensor Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame cardiagn.com C0063-62 Yaw Rate Sensor Failu
  • Page 686YES Check for loose terminals and poor connections in the VSA modulator-control unit 46P connector. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting. If they are OK, replace the VSA modulator- control unit.■ NO Go to the indicated DTCs troubleshoot
  • Page 687DTC Troubleshooting: C0063-96 DTC C0063-96: Yaw Rate Sensor Diagnose Error NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. This vehicle's multipurpose camera unit receives the failure information of the yaw rate sensor from the SRS unit. The SRS unit does not uses the
  • Page 688DTC Troubleshooting: C0063-96 DTC C0063-96: Yaw-Rate Sensor Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C0063-96 Yaw-Rate Sensor Malfunction 1. Problem verification: cardiagn.com ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2.
  • Page 689DTC Troubleshooting: C0063-97 DTC C0063-97: SRS Sensor Unit Supply Voltage Abnormally NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C0063-97 SRS Sensor Unit Supply Voltage Abnormally cardiagn.com 1. SRS system check: ‐1. Turn the vehi
  • Page 690YES Check for loose terminals and poor connections in the VSA modulator-control unit 46P connector. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting. If they are OK, replace the VSA modulator- control unit.■ NO Intermittent failure, the system is O
  • Page 691DTC Troubleshooting: C0063-F0 DTC C0063-F0: Yaw Rate Sensor (Subfault) Fault Detection By Source Module NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. This vehicle's millimeter wave radar receives the failure information of the yaw rate sensor from the SRS unit. The S
  • Page 692DTC Troubleshooting: C0063-F0 DTC C0063-F0: Yaw Rate Sensor Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C0063-F0 Yaw Rate Sensor Malfunction 1. SRS unit check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. cardiagn.com ‐2
  • Page 693DTC Troubleshooting: C0077-78 DTC C0077-78: Low Tire Air Pressure NOTE: Before troubleshooting, check the outside air temperature sensor. If outside air temperature sensor is failed, the VSA modulator-control unit may set this code. Make sure to avoid lopsided loading on one side (left or right) of
  • Page 694DTC Troubleshooting: C0078-4A DTC C0078-4A: Different Diameter Tire Detection NOTE: The DTC will be indicated when the vehicle has a different diameter tire(s) compared to the other tires. Check the record of using tires and wheels of a different size from originally supplied with the vehicle includ
  • Page 695DTC Troubleshooting: C1000-94 DTC C1000-94: ABS/VSA Activation Time Too Long NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. A wheel bearing that is installed backwards can cause this DTC. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1000-94 ABS/VSA Activation Time Too Long cardi
  • Page 696DTC Troubleshooting: C1014-1C, C1015-1C DTC C1014-1C: Left Front Brake Caliper Pressure Sensor Failure (Internal Circuit Failure) DTC C1015-1C: Right Front Brake Caliper Pressure Sensor Failure (Internal Circuit Failure) NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information.
  • Page 697YES Check for loose terminals and poor connections in the VSA modulator-control unit 46P connector. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting. If they are OK, replace the VSA modulator- control unit.■ NO Intermittent failure, the system is O
  • Page 698DTC Troubleshooting: C1020-49, C1021-49 DTC C1020-49: VSA Master Cut Valve Failure (Unexpected Operation) DTC C1021-49: VSA Suction Valve Failure (Unexpected Operation) NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1020-49 VSA Master
  • Page 699DTC Troubleshooting: C1022-14 DTC C1022-14: Power Source Failure for Pump Motor NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. cardiagn.com DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1022-14 Power Source Failure for Pump Motor 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to t
  • Page 700‐5. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1022-14 Power Source Failure for Pump Motor Is DTC C1022-14 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Refer to intermittent failures troubleshooting. If the freeze
  • Page 701‐5. Test-drive the vehicle at 9 mph (15 km/h) or more for 20 seconds or more. NOTE: Drive the vehicle on the road, not on a lift. ‐6. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1022-14 Power Source Failure for Pump Motor Is DTC C1022-14 indicated? YES Check for loose terminals an
  • Page 702DTC Troubleshooting: C1030-13 cardiagn.com DTC C1030-13: TPMS Switch Circuit Open NOTE: Pressing and holding the TPMS switch for more than 60 seconds will cause this DTC to set. Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1030-13 TPMS Sw
  • Page 703YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. If the freeze data/on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions with the Freeze data/on-board snapshot.■ 2. Open wire check (TPMS SW line) 1: ‐1.
  • Page 704YES Check the TPMS switch.■ NO Repair an open in the wire between the TPMS switch and body ground (G501).■ 4. Open wire check (TPMS SW line) 2: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Remove the gauge control module (Do not disconnect the connector). ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐4.
  • Page 705DTC Troubleshooting: C1040-00 DTC C1040-00: Wheel Speed Signal Error NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. Check the vehicle under these conditions: - Check the tires for proper inflation and the correct size. cardiagn.com - Make sure the suspension is not mo
  • Page 706‐4. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1040-00 Wheel Speed Signal Error Is DTC C1040-00 indicated? YES Check for loose terminals and poor connections in the multipurpose camera unit 20P connector. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptom
  • Page 707DTC Troubleshooting: C1040-00 DTC C1040-00: Wheel Speed Signal Error NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. This DTC is recorded when the estimated yaw rate calculated based on the wheel speeds of the right and left wheels differs between the front and rear wh
  • Page 708DTC Troubleshooting: C1100-53 DTC C1100-53: Electric Parking Brake System in Maintenance Mode NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame cardiagn.com C1100-53 Electric Parking Brake System in Maintenance Mode 1. Problem verificatio
  • Page 709‐3. Select the ADJUSTMENT from the ABS/TCS/VSA menu with the HDS, then enter the BACK TO NORMAL MODE from the BRAKE PAD MAINTENANCE MODE, and follow the screen prompts. Make sure THIS FUNCTION PROCEDURE IS FINISHED on the screen, then press the enter button. ‐4. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Desc
  • Page 710DTC Troubleshooting: C1100-54 DTC C1100-54: Piston Position Not Learned NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1100-54 Piston Position Not Learned cardiagn.com 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2.
  • Page 711‐4. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1100-54 Piston Position Not Learned Is DTC C1100-54 indicated? YES Check for loose terminals and poor connections in the VSA modulator-control unit 46P connector. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or sy
  • Page 712DTC Troubleshooting: C1100-92 DTC C1100-92: Decelerating Abnormally Detection NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze cardiagn.com Frame C1100-92 Decelerating Abnormally Detection 1. Rear brake system check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to th
  • Page 713YES Check for loose terminals and poor connections in the VSA modulator-control unit 46P connector. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting. If they are OK, replace the VSA modulator- control unit.■ NO If any other DTCs are indicated, go t
  • Page 714DTC Troubleshooting: C1100-94 DTC C1100-94: Brake Fluid Leakage NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. cardiagn.com DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1100-94 Brake Fluid Leakage 1. Brake fluid leakage check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode, then st
  • Page 715YES Check for loose terminals and poor connections in the VSA modulator-control unit 46P connector. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting. If they are OK, replace the VSA modulator- control unit.■ NO If any other DTCs are indicated, go t
  • Page 716DTC Troubleshooting: C1110-11, C1111-11 cardiagn.com DTC C1110-11: Left Rear Electric Parking Brake Actuator Circuit Short to Ground DTC C1111-11: Right Rear Electric Parking Brake Actuator Circuit Short to Ground NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Des
  • Page 717‐5. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1110-11 Left Rear Electric Parking Brake Actuator Circuit Short to Ground C1111-11 Right Rear Electric Parking Brake Actuator Circuit Short to Ground Is DTC C1110-11 or C1111-11 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2.
  • Page 718‐1. Substitute a known-good electric parking brake actuator. ‐2. Reconnect the following connectors. VSA modulator-control unit 46P connector Appropriate electric parking brake actuator 4P connector ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐4. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐5. Turn the vehicle to the OFF
  • Page 719DTC Troubleshooting: C1110-13, C1111-13 cardiagn.com DTC C1110-13: Left Rear Electric Parking Brake Actuator Circuit Open DTC C1111-13: Right Rear Electric Parking Brake Actuator Circuit Open NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC C1110-13
  • Page 720‐4. Apply and release the parking brake several times. ‐5. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC C1110-13 Left Rear Electric Parking Brake Actuator Circuit Open C1111-13 Right Rear Electric Parking Brake Actuator Circuit Open Is DTC C1110-13 or C1111-13 indicated? YES The failure is dupli
  • Page 721Is there continuity? YES Go to step 4. NO Repair an open in the wire between the VSA modulator-control unit and the appropriate electric parking brake actuator.■ 4. Electric parking brake actuator check: ‐1. Substitute a known-good electric parking brake actuator. ‐2. Reconnect the following connect
  • Page 722YES The fuse is OK. Reinstall the fuse. Repair an open in the wire between the VSA modulator-control unit and the under-hood fuse/relay box.■ NO Replace the fuse. If the fuse blows again, repair a short to body ground in the No. A3-2 (40 A) fuse circuit.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 723DTC Troubleshooting: C1110-79, C1111-79 DTC C1110-79: Left Side Electric Parking Brake Doesn't Work Correctly DTC C1111-79: Right Side Electric Parking Brake Doesn't Work Correctly NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. cardiagn.com DTC Description DTC Freeze
  • Page 724YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Refer to intermittent failures troubleshooting. If the freeze data/on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions with the Freeze data/on-board snap
  • Page 725DTC Troubleshooting: C1110-96, C1111-96 cardiagn.com DTC C1110-96: Left Side Electric Parking Brake Actuator Malfunction DTC C1111-96: Right Side Electric Parking Brake Actuator Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Fram
  • Page 726Is DTC C1110-96 or C1111-96 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Refer to intermittent failures troubleshooting. If the freeze data/on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same condit
  • Page 727DTC Troubleshooting: C1120-14 cardiagn.com DTC C1120-14: Electric Parking Brake Switch Circuit Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1120-14 Electric Parking Brake Switch Circuit Malfunction 1. Problem verificatio
  • Page 728YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Refer to intermittent failures troubleshooting. If the freeze data/on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions with the Freeze data/on-board snap
  • Page 729Is there continuity? YES Check for loose terminals and poor connections in the VSA modulator-control unit 46P connector. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting. If they are OK, replace the VSA modulator- control unit.■ NO Repair an open i
  • Page 730DTC Troubleshooting: C1120-96 DTC C1120-96: Electric Parking Brake Switch Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. This DTC is detected when operating the electric parking brake switch continuously for more than 20 seconds. Check that electric parkin
  • Page 731Is DTC C1120-96 indicated? YES Check for loose terminals and poor connections in the VSA modulator-control unit 46P connector. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting. If they are OK, replace the VSA modulator- control unit.■ NO Intermitte
  • Page 732DTC Troubleshooting: C1130-54, C1130-76 DTC C1130-54: Clutch Stroke Sensor Not Calibrated DTC C1130-76: Clutch Pedal Stroke Sensor Mount Position Error NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. cardiagn.com DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1130-54 Clutch Stroke
  • Page 733‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Substitute a known-good clutch pedal assembly. ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐4. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐5. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode, then to the ON mode. ‐6. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C11
  • Page 734DTC Troubleshooting: C1130-62 DTC C1130-62: Clutch Pedal Stroke Sensor CPS1/CPS2 Incorrect Voltage Correlation NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. cardiagn.com DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1130-62 Clutch Pedal Stroke Sensor CPS1/CPS2 Incorrect Voltage
  • Page 7352. Clutch pedal stroke sensor check (substitution): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Substitute a known-good clutch pedal assembly. ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐4. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐5. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode, then to the ON mode. ‐6. Check for DTC
  • Page 736DTC Troubleshooting: C1131-14 cardiagn.com DTC C1131-14: Clutch Pedal Stroke Sensor CPS1/CPS2 Open or Short NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1131-14 Clutch Pedal Stroke Sensor CPS1/CPS2 Open or Short 1. Problem verificat
  • Page 737‐2. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode, then to the ON mode. ‐4. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1131-14 Clutch Pedal Stroke Sensor CPS1/CPS2 Open or Short Is DTC C1131-14 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO I
  • Page 738CSS SIG1 Test point 1 Clutch pedal stroke sensor 4P connector No. 2 Test point 2 Body ground CSS SIG2 Test point 1 Clutch pedal stroke sensor 4P connector No. 3 Test point 2 Body ground Is there 4.85 V or more? cardiagn.com YES Repair a short to power in the wire between the VSA modulator-control un
  • Page 739Clutch pedal stroke sensor 4P connector: disconnected CSS SIG1 Test point 1 VSA modulator-control unit 46P connector No. 18 Test point 2 Clutch pedal stroke sensor 4P connector No. 2 CSS SIG2 Test point 1 VSA modulator-control unit 46P connector No. 22 Test point 2 Clutch pedal stroke sensor 4P conn
  • Page 740Is there continuity? YES Go to step 8. NO Repair an open in the wire between the VSA modulator-control unit and the clutch pedal stroke sensor.■ 8. Clutch pedal stroke sensor check (substitution): ‐1. Substitute a known-good clutch pedal assembly. cardiagn.com ‐2. Reconnect the following connectors.
  • Page 741DTC Troubleshooting: C1270-11 cardiagn.com DTC C1270-11: Automatic Brake Hold Switch Signal Circuit Short NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1270-11 Automatic Brake Hold Switch Signal Circuit Short 1. Problem verification:
  • Page 7422. Automatic brake hold switch check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Check the automatic brake hold switch. Is the automatic brake hold switch OK? YES Go to step 3. NO Replace the automatic brake hold switch.■ 3. Shorted wire check (BRAKE HOLD line): ‐1. Disconnect the following co
  • Page 743‐6. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1270-11 Automatic Brake Hold Switch Signal Circuit Short Is DTC C1270-11 indicated? YES Check for loose terminals and poor connections in the VSA modulator-control unit 46P connector. Check for any authorized service information rela
  • Page 744DTC Troubleshooting: C1270-15 cardiagn.com DTC C1270-15: Automatic Brake Hold Switch Signal Circuit Open NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information.
  • Page 745DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1270-15 Automatic Brake Hold Switch Signal Circuit Open 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode, then to the ON mode. ‐4. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description D
  • Page 746YES The BRAKE HOLD wire is OK. Go to step 3. NO If about 12 V is indicated. Go to step 5. NO If about 0 V is indicated. Go to step 7. 3. Open wire check (GND line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mo
  • Page 747Test point 2 Body ground Is there 0.1 V or more? YES Repair a short to power in the wire between the automatic brake hold switch and the gauge control module.■ NO Go to step 6. 6. Gauge control module check (substitution): cardiagn.com ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Substitute a kn
  • Page 748‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Automatic brake hold switch 4P connector: disconnected Gauge control module connector A (32P): disconnected Test point 1 Automatic brake hold switch 4P connector No. 2 Test point 2 Gauge control module conne
  • Page 749DTC Troubleshooting: C1400-11, C1400-13, C1400-14, C1403-14, C1403-29, U3000-49 DTC C1400-11: Motor Current Malfunction DTC C1400-13: EPS Motor Circuit Open DTC C1400-14: Motor Voltage Malfunction DTC C1403-14: Motor Angle Sensor (SIN/COS) Signals Open or Short DTC C1403-29: Motor Angle Sensor (SIN/
  • Page 750DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1400-14 Motor Voltage Malfunction C1403-14 Motor Angle Sensor (SIN/COS) Signals Open or Short C1403-29 Motor Angle Sensor (SIN/COS) Signals Incorrect Correlation U3000-49 EPS Control Unit Internal Circuit Malfunction Is DTC C1400-11, C1400-13, C1400-14, C1403-14, C1
  • Page 751DTC Troubleshooting: C1420-29 DTC C1420-29: Main Torque Sensor and Sub Torque Sensor Incorrect Correlation NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the how to troubleshoot the EPS. cardiagn.com DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1420-29 Main Torque Sensor and Sub Torque Sensor Incorrect Correlation 1. D
  • Page 752YES Go to step 2. YES If DTC C1421-14 or C1422-14 are also indicated, go to DTC C1421-14 or C1422-14 troubleshooting.■ NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. If the freeze data/on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions with the
  • Page 753DTC Troubleshooting: C1421-14 cardiagn.com
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  • Page 755DTC C1421-14: Main Torque Sensor Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the how to troubleshoot the EPS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1421-14 Main Torque Sensor Malfunction 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode, then to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear the DTC wi
  • Page 756‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Torque sensor 6P connector ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐4. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle ON mode Torque sensor 6P connector: disconnected Test circuit T/S VDD Test point 1 Torque sensor 6P connector No. 5 Test
  • Page 757Torque sensor 6P connector: disconnected Test circuit T/S VDD Test point 1 Torque sensor 6P connector No. 5 Test point 2 Body ground Is there continuity? YES Repair a short to body ground in the wire between the EPS control unit and the torque sensor.■ NO Check for loose terminals and poor connectio
  • Page 758‐2. Disconnect the following connector. EPS control unit connector C (4P) ‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode EPS control unit connector C (4P): disconnected Torque sensor 6P connector: disconnected Test point 1 EPS control unit connector C (4
  • Page 759‐4. Check the parameter(s) below with the HDS. Signal Current conditions Values Unit TORQUE SENSOR MAIN Is there about 0 V ? YES Replace the steering gearbox.■ NO Go to step 10. 10. Shorted wire check (TSM line to T/S VDD line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode, then to the ON mode. ‐2. M
  • Page 760DTC Troubleshooting: C1422-14 cardiagn.com
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  • Page 762DTC C1422-14: Sub Torque Sensor Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the how to troubleshoot the EPS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1422-14 Sub Torque Sensor Malfunction 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode, then to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear the DTC with
  • Page 763‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Torque sensor 6P connector ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐4. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle ON mode Torque sensor 6P connector: disconnected Test circuit T/S VDD Test point 1 Torque sensor 6P connector No. 5 Test
  • Page 764Torque sensor 6P connector: disconnected Test circuit T/S VDD Test point 1 Torque sensor 6P connector No. 5 Test point 2 Body ground Is there continuity? YES Repair a short to body ground in the wire between the EPS control unit and the torque sensor.■ NO Check for loose terminals and poor connectio
  • Page 765‐2. Disconnect the following connector. EPS control unit connector C (4P) ‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode EPS control unit connector C (4P): disconnected Torque sensor 6P connector: disconnected Test point 1 EPS control unit connector C (4
  • Page 766‐4. Check the parameter(s) below with the HDS. Signal Current conditions Values Unit TORQUE SENSOR SUB Is there about 0 V ? YES Replace the steering gearbox.■ NO Go to step 10. 10. Shorted wire check (TSS line to T/S VDD line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode, then to the ON mode. ‐2. Ch
  • Page 767DTC Troubleshooting: C1423-14 DTC C1423-14: Torque Sensor Power Source Circuit Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the how to troubleshoot the EPS. cardiagn.com DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1423-14 Torque Sensor Power Source Circuit Malfunction 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn th
  • Page 768‐3. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐4. Check the parameter(s) below with the HDS. Signal Current conditions Values Unit Torque sensor input voltage Is the voltage between 4.5-5.5 V? YES The T/S VDD wire is OK. Replace the steering gearbox.■ NO Go to step 3. 3. Shorted wire check (T/S VDD line): ‐1
  • Page 769DTC Troubleshooting: C1432-62 DTC C1432-62: Vehicle Speed and the Engine Speed Incorrect Correlation NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. VSA DTCs may set during this troubleshooting. If so, clear them. DTC Description DTC Freeze cardiagn.com Frame C1432-62
  • Page 770‐3. Run the vehicle for 60 seconds or more while in the 4th gear (M/T) or in the D position/mode (CVT). ‐4. Check the parameter(s) below with the HDS. Signal Current conditions Values Unit VEHICLE SPEED Is 0 mph (0 km/h) indicated? YES Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs
  • Page 771DTC Troubleshooting: C1640-12, C1641-12, C1642-12, C1643-12 DTC C1640-12: Left Front Damper Solenoid Circuit Short Failure DTC C1641-12: Right Front Damper Solenoid Circuit Short Failure DTC C1642-12: Left Rear Damper Solenoid Circuit Short Failure cardiagn.com DTC C1643-12: Right Rear Damper Soleno
  • Page 772DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1643-12 Right Rear Damper Solenoid Circuit Short Failure Is DTC C1640-12, C1641-12, C1642-12, or C1643-12 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Refer to intermittent failures troubleshooting.
  • Page 773DTC Troubleshooting: C1640-12, C1641-12, C1642-12, C1643-12 DTC C1640-12: Left Front Damper Solenoid Circuit Short Failure DTC C1641-12: Right Front Damper Solenoid Circuit Short Failure DTC C1642-12: Left Rear Damper Solenoid Circuit Short Failure cardiagn.com DTC C1643-12: Right Rear Damper Soleno
  • Page 774DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1643-12 Right Rear Damper Solenoid Circuit Short Failure Is DTC C1640-12, C1641-12, C1642-12, or C1643-12 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Refer to intermittent failures troubleshooting.
  • Page 775DTC Troubleshooting: C1640-14, C1641-14, C1642-14, C1643-14 DTC C1640-14: Left Front Damper Solenoid Circuit Open Failure DTC C1641-14: Right Front Damper Solenoid Circuit Open Failure DTC C1642-14: Left Rear Damper Solenoid Circuit Open Failure cardiagn.com DTC C1643-14: Right Rear Damper Solenoid
  • Page 776DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1643-14 Right Rear Damper Solenoid Circuit Open Failure Is DTC C1640-14, C1641-14, C1642-14, or C1643-14 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Refer to intermittent failures troubleshooting. I
  • Page 777DTC Troubleshooting: C1640-14, C1641-14, C1642-14, C1643-14 DTC C1640-14: Left Front Damper Solenoid Circuit Open Failure DTC C1641-14: Right Front Damper Solenoid Circuit Open Failure DTC C1642-14: Left Rear Damper Solenoid Circuit Open Failure cardiagn.com DTC C1643-14: Right Rear Damper Solenoid
  • Page 778DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1643-14 Right Rear Damper Solenoid Circuit Open Failure Is DTC C1640-14, C1641-14, C1642-14, or C1643-14 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Refer to intermittent failures troubleshooting. I
  • Page 779DTC Troubleshooting: C1640-92, C1641-92, C1642-92, C1643-92 cardiagn.com DTC C1640-92: Left Front Damper Solenoid Current Characteristic Abnormality DTC C1641-92: Right Front Damper Solenoid Current Characteristic Abnormality DTC C1642-92: Left Rear Damper Solenoid Current Characteristic Abnormality
  • Page 780‐4. Wait for 10 seconds or more. ‐5. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1640-92 Left Front Damper Solenoid Current Characteristic Abnormality C1641-92 Right Front Damper Solenoid Current Characteristic Abnormality C1642-92 Left Rear Damper Solenoid Current Characteristic
  • Page 781Is the resistance within 4.6±0.3 Ω? YES Check for loose terminals and poor connections in the adaptive damper control unit 24P connector. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting. If they are OK, replace the adaptive damper control unit.■ N
  • Page 782DTC Troubleshooting: C1640-92, C1641-92, C1642-92, C1643-92 cardiagn.com DTC C1640-92: Left Front Damper Solenoid Current Characteristic Abnormality DTC C1641-92: Right Front Damper Solenoid Current Characteristic Abnormality DTC C1642-92: Left Rear Damper Solenoid Current Characteristic Abnormality
  • Page 783‐4. Wait for 10 seconds or more. ‐5. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1640-92 Left Front Damper Solenoid Current Characteristic Abnormality C1641-92 Right Front Damper Solenoid Current Characteristic Abnormality C1642-92 Left Rear Damper Solenoid Current Characteristic
  • Page 784Is the resistance within 2.65±0.2 Ω? YES Check for loose terminals and poor connections in the adaptive damper control unit 24P connector. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting. If they are OK, replace the adaptive damper control unit.■
  • Page 785DTC Troubleshooting: C1644-12 cardiagn.com DTC C1644-12: Left-Front Stroke Sensor Upper Limit Abnormality NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1644-12 Left-Front Stroke Sensor Upper Limit Abnormality 1. Problem verification:
  • Page 786YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Refer to intermittent failures troubleshooting. If the freeze data/on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions with the freeze data/on-board snap
  • Page 787‐2. Reconnect all connectors. ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐4. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐5. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode, then to the ON mode. ‐6. Wait for 60 seconds or more. ‐7. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1644-12 Left-Front Stroke Sensor Up
  • Page 788DTC Troubleshooting: C1644-14 cardiagn.com DTC C1644-14: Left-Front Stroke Sensor Lower Limit Abnormality NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1644-14 Left-Front Stroke Sensor Lower Limit Abnormality 1. Problem verification:
  • Page 789‐5. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1644-14 Left-Front Stroke Sensor Lower Limit Abnormality Is DTC C1644-14 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Refer to intermittent failures troubleshooting.
  • Page 790Is there continuity? YES Repair a short to body ground in the wire between the left-front suspension stroke sensor and the adaptive damper control unit.■ YES The ADS SVCC wire is OK. Go to step 4. 4. Open wire check (ADJ SNSR FR SIG line): ‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test c
  • Page 791Is there continuity? YES Repair a short to body ground in the wire between the adaptive damper control unit and the left-front suspension stroke sensor.■ NO The ADJ SNSR FR SIG wire is OK. Go to step 6. 6. Adaptive damper control unit check: ‐1. Substitute a known-good adaptive damper control unit.
  • Page 792DTC Troubleshooting: C1645-12 cardiagn.com DTC C1645-12: Right-Front Stroke Sensor Upper Limit Abnormality NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1645-12 Right-Front Stroke Sensor Upper Limit Abnormality 1. Problem verificatio
  • Page 793YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Refer to intermittent failures troubleshooting. If the freeze data/on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions with the freeze data/on-board snap
  • Page 794‐2. Reconnect all connectors. ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐4. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐5. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode, then to the ON mode. ‐6. Wait for 60 seconds or more. ‐7. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1645-12 Right-Front Stroke Sensor U
  • Page 795DTC Troubleshooting: C1645-14 cardiagn.com DTC C1645-14: Right-Front Stroke Sensor Lower Limit Abnormality NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1645-14 Right-Front Stroke Sensor Lower Limit Abnormality 1. Problem verificatio
  • Page 796‐5. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1645-14 Right-Front Stroke Sensor Lower Limit Abnormality Is DTC C1645-14 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Refer to intermittent failures troubleshooting.
  • Page 797Is there continuity? YES Repair a short to body ground in the wire between the adaptive damper control unit and the right-front suspension stroke sensor.■ YES The ADS SVCC wire is OK. Go to step 4. 4. Open wire check (ADS FR R STROKE/ADJ SNSR FR SIG line): ‐1. Check for continuity between test point
  • Page 798Is there continuity? YES Repair a short to body ground in the wire between the adaptive damper control unit and the right-front suspension stroke sensor.■ NO The ADS FR R STROKE/ADJ SNSR FR SIG wire is OK. Go to step 6. 6. Adaptive damper control unit check: ‐1. Substitute a known-good adaptive damp
  • Page 799DTC Troubleshooting: C1646-12 cardiagn.com DTC C1646-12: Left-Rear Stroke Sensor Upper Limit Abnormality NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1646-12 Left-Rear Stroke Sensor Upper Limit Abnormality 1. Problem verification: ‐
  • Page 800YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Refer to intermittent failures troubleshooting. If the freeze data/on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions with the freeze data/on-board snap
  • Page 801‐2. Reconnect all connectors. ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐4. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐5. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode, then to the ON mode. ‐6. Wait for 60 seconds or more. ‐7. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1646-12 Left-Rear Stroke Sensor Upp
  • Page 802DTC Troubleshooting: C1646-14 cardiagn.com DTC C1646-14: Left-Rear Stroke Sensor Lower Limit Abnormality NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1646-14 Left-Rear Stroke Sensor Lower Limit Abnormality 1. Problem verification: ‐
  • Page 803‐5. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1646-14 Left-Rear Stroke Sensor Lower Limit Abnormality Is DTC C1646-14 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Refer to intermittent failures troubleshooting. I
  • Page 804Is there continuity? YES Repair a short to body ground in the wire between the left-rear suspension stroke sensor and the adaptive damper control unit.■ YES The ADS SVCC wire is OK. Go to step 4. 4. Open wire check (ADJ SNSR RR SIG line): ‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test co
  • Page 805Is there continuity? YES Repair a short to body ground in the wire between the adaptive damper control unit and the left-rear suspension stroke sensor.■ NO The ADJ SNSR RR SIG wire is OK. Go to step 6. 6. Adaptive damper control unit check: ‐1. Substitute a known-good adaptive damper control unit. ‐
  • Page 806DTC Troubleshooting: C1647-12 cardiagn.com DTC C1647-12: Right-Rear Stroke Sensor Upper Limit Abnormality NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1647-12 Right-Rear Stroke Sensor Upper Limit Abnormality 1. Problem verification:
  • Page 807YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Refer to intermittent failures troubleshooting. If the freeze data/on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions with the freeze data/on-board snap
  • Page 808‐2. Reconnect all connectors. ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐4. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐5. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode, then to the ON mode. ‐6. Wait for 60 seconds or more. ‐7. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1647-12 Right-Rear Stroke Sensor Up
  • Page 809DTC Troubleshooting: C1647-14 cardiagn.com DTC C1647-14: Right-Rear Stroke Sensor Lower Limit Abnormality NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1647-14 Right-Rear Stroke Sensor Lower Limit Abnormality 1. Problem verification:
  • Page 810‐5. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1647-14 Right-Rear Stroke Sensor Lower Limit Abnormality Is DTC C1647-14 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Refer to intermittent failures troubleshooting.
  • Page 811Is there continuity? YES Repair a short to body ground in the wire between the adaptive damper control unit and the right-rear suspension stroke sensor.■ YES The ADS SVCC wire is OK. Go to step 4. 4. Open wire check (ADS RR R STROKE line): ‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test c
  • Page 812Is there continuity? YES Repair a short to body ground in the wire between the adaptive damper control unit and the right-rear suspension stroke sensor.■ NO The ADS RR R STROKE wire is OK. Go to step 6. 6. Adaptive damper control unit check: ‐1. Substitute a known-good adaptive damper control unit.
  • Page 813DTC Troubleshooting: C1650-12 cardiagn.com DTC C1650-12: Left-Front Acceleration Sensor Upper Limit Abnormality NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1650-12 Left-Front Acceleration Sensor Upper Limit Abnormality 1. Problem v
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  • Page 815YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Refer to intermittent failures troubleshooting. If the freeze data/on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions with the freeze data/on-board snap
  • Page 816Adaptive damper control unit 24P connector: disconnected Front acceleration sensor 3P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Adaptive damper control unit 24P connector No. 15 Test point 2 Front acceleration sensor 3P connector (female terminals) No. 2: Is there continuity? YES The ADS SG wire is OK. C
  • Page 817DTC Troubleshooting: C1650-14 cardiagn.com DTC C1650-14: Left-Front Acceleration Sensor Lower Limit Abnormality NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1650-14 Left-Front Acceleration Sensor Lower Limit Abnormality 1. Problem v
  • Page 818‐2. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode, then to the ON mode. ‐4. Wait for 60 seconds or more. ‐5. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1650-14 Left-Front Acceleration Sensor Lower Limit Abnormality Is DTC C1650-14 indicated? YES The fail
  • Page 819Is there continuity? YES The ADS SVCC wire is not open. Go to step 4. NO Repair an open in the wire between the adaptive damper control unit and the front acceleration sensor.■ 4. Shorted wire check (ADS SVCC line): ‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LO
  • Page 820Is there continuity? YES The ADS FR R G wire is not open. Go to step 7. NO Repair an open in the wire between the adaptive damper control unit and the front acceleration sensor.■ 7. Shorted wire check (ADS FR R G line): ‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF
  • Page 821DTC Troubleshooting: C1650-62, C1652-62, C1653-62 DTC C1650-62: Left-Front Acceleration Sensor Difference Abnormality DTC C1652-62: Left-Rear Acceleration Sensor Difference Abnormality DTC C1653-62: Right-Rear Acceleration Sensor Difference Abnormality NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the gener
  • Page 822YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Refer to intermittent failures troubleshooting. If the freeze data/on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions with the freeze data/on-board snap
  • Page 823DTC Troubleshooting: C1652-12 cardiagn.com DTC C1652-12: Left-Rear Acceleration Sensor Upper Limit Abnormality NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1652-12 Left-Rear Acceleration Sensor Upper Limit Abnormality 1. Problem ver
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  • Page 825YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Refer to intermittent failures troubleshooting. If the freeze data/on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions with the freeze data/on-board snap
  • Page 826Adaptive damper control unit 24P connector: disconnected Left-rear acceleration sensor 3P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Adaptive damper control unit 24P connector No. 15 Test point 2 Left-rear acceleration sensor 3P connector (female terminals) No. 2: Is there continuity? YES The ADS SG wire
  • Page 827DTC Troubleshooting: C1652-14 cardiagn.com DTC C1652-14: Left-Rear Acceleration Sensor Lower Limit Abnormality NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1652-14 Left-Rear Acceleration Sensor Lower Limit Abnormality 1. Problem ver
  • Page 828‐2. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode, then to the ON mode. ‐4. Wait for 60 seconds or more. ‐5. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1652-14 Left-Rear Acceleration Sensor Lower Limit Abnormality Is DTC C1652-14 indicated? YES The failu
  • Page 829Is there continuity? YES The ADS SVCC wire is not open. Go to step 4. NO Repair an open in the wire between the adaptive damper control unit and the left-rear acceleration sensor.■ 4. Shorted wire check (ADS SVCC line): ‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF
  • Page 830Is there continuity? YES The ADS RR G wire is not open. Go to step 7. NO Repair an open in the wire between the adaptive damper control unit and the left-rear acceleration sensor.■ 7. Shorted wire check (ADS RR G line): ‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF
  • Page 831DTC Troubleshooting: C1653-12 cardiagn.com DTC C1653-12: Right-Rear Acceleration Sensor Upper Limit Abnormality NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1653-12 Right-Rear Acceleration Sensor Upper Limit Abnormality 1. Problem v
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  • Page 833YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Refer to intermittent failures troubleshooting. If the freeze data/on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions with the freeze data/on-board snap
  • Page 834Adaptive damper control unit 24P connector: disconnected Right-rear acceleration sensor 3P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Adaptive damper control unit 24P connector No. 15 Test point 2 Right-rear acceleration sensor 3P connector (female terminals) No. 2: Is there continuity? YES The ADS SG wir
  • Page 835DTC Troubleshooting: C1653-14 cardiagn.com DTC C1653-14: Right-Rear Acceleration Sensor Lower Limit Abnormality NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1653-14 Right-Rear Acceleration Sensor Lower Limit Abnormality 1. Problem v
  • Page 836‐2. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode, then to the ON mode. ‐4. Wait for 60 seconds or more. ‐5. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1653-14 Right-Rear Acceleration Sensor Lower Limit Abnormality Is DTC C1653-14 indicated? YES The fail
  • Page 837Is there continuity? YES The ADS SVCC wire is not open. Go to step 4. NO Repair an open in the wire between the adaptive damper control unit and the right-rear acceleration sensor.■ 4. Shorted wire check (ADS SVCC line): ‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OF
  • Page 838Is there continuity? YES The ADS FR L G wire is not open. Go to step 7. NO Repair an open in the wire between the adaptive damper control unit and the right-rear acceleration sensor.■ 7. Shorted wire check (ADS FR L G line): ‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicl
  • Page 839DTC Troubleshooting: C1C00-F0, U0401-68, U0402-68 DTC C1C00-F0: APP Sensor Signal Failure DTC U0401-68: PCM (PGM-FI System) Malfunction DTC U0402-68: PCM/TCM Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. This DTC is recorded when the millimeter wave radar
  • Page 840YES The failure is duplicated. Go to the indicated DTC's troubleshooting in the PGM-FI system.■ NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Refer to intermittent failures troubleshooting.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 841DTC Troubleshooting: C1C20-62 cardiagn.com DTC C1C20-62: Neutral Sensor Failure NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1C20-62 Neutral Sensor Failure 1. DTC check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear the DTC with th
  • Page 842YES If DTC C1C20-62 is only indicated, go to step 2. YES If DTC U0029-00 or U0100-00 are also indicated, go to U0029-00 or U0100-00 .■ NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Refer to intermittent failures troubleshooting. If the freeze data/on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded,
  • Page 843DTC Troubleshooting: C1C21-62 DTC C1C21-62: Reverse Information Failure (Stuck) NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. cardiagn.com DTC Description DTC C1C21-62 Reverse Information Failure (Stuck) 1. DTC check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear th
  • Page 8442. CVT system parameter check: ‐1. Check the parameter(s) below with the HDS. Signal Current conditions Values Unit A/T R Switch Does the parameter changes when the shift lever is in reverse, and then shift lever is not in reverse? YES Check for loose terminals and poor connections in the VSA modula
  • Page 845DTC Troubleshooting: C1C22-62 cardiagn.com DTC C1C22-62: Neutral Sensor Failure NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame C1C22-62 Neutral Sensor Failure 1. DTC check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear the DTC with th
  • Page 846YES If DTC C1C22-62 is only indicated, go to step 2. YES If DTC U0029-00 or U0101-00 are also indicated, go to U0029-00 or U0101-00 .■ NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Refer to intermittent failures troubleshooting. If the freeze data/on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded,
  • Page 847DTC Troubleshooting: P0010 cardiagn.com DTC P0010: VTC Oil Control Solenoid Valve A Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0010 VTC Oil Control Solenoid Valve A Malfunction 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Tur
  • Page 848‐6. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0010 VTC Oil Control Solenoid Valve A Malfunction Is DTC P0010 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections o
  • Page 849Is there continuity? YES The PG wire is OK. Go to step 4. NO Repair an open in the PG wire between VTC oil control solenoid valve A and G101.■ 4. Shorted wire check (VTC line): ‐1. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. cardiagn.com ‐2. Disconnect the following connector. PCM c
  • Page 850Is there continuity? YES The VTC wire is OK. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good PCM, then recheck. If DTC P0010 goes away and the PCM was substituted, replace the original PCM.■ NO Repair an open in the VTC
  • Page 851DTC Troubleshooting: P0011 DTC P0011: VTC A System Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. cardiagn.com If DTC P0010 and/or P0016 are stored at the same time as DTC P0011, troubleshoot those DTCs first, then recheck for DTC P0011. DTC Description Co
  • Page 852YES Check the engine oil level. If the level is OK, check the engine oil pressure.■ NO Go to step 2. 2. Problem verification: ‐1. Select the VTC TEST in the INSPECTION MENU with the HDS, then select the IN-VTC. Is the result OK? YES The failure is not duplicated. Go to step 3. NO Go to step 5. 3. VT
  • Page 853‐1. Inspect VTC actuator A. Is the VTC actuator A OK? YES Check the VTC system oil passages and the VTC oil control bolt, and clean them if needed.■ NO Replace VTC actuator A.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 854DTC Troubleshooting: P0013 cardiagn.com DTC P0013: VTC Oil Control Solenoid Valve B Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0013 VTC Oil Control Solenoid Valve B Malfunction 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Tur
  • Page 855‐6. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0013 VTC Oil Control Solenoid Valve B Malfunction Is DTC P0013 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections o
  • Page 856Is there continuity? YES The PG wire is OK. Go to step 4. NO Repair an open in the PG wire between VTC oil control solenoid valve B and G101.■ 4. Shorted wire check (VTCEX line): ‐1. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. cardiagn.com ‐2. Disconnect the following connector. PCM
  • Page 857Is there continuity? YES The VTCEX wire is OK. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good PCM, then recheck. If DTC P0013 goes away and the PCM was substituted, replace the original PCM.■ NO Repair an open in the V
  • Page 858DTC Troubleshooting: P0014 cardiagn.com DTC P0014: VTC B System Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. If DTC P0013 and/or P0017 are stored at the same time as DTC P0014, troubleshoot those DTCs first, then recheck for DTC P0014. DTC Description Co
  • Page 859‐3. Start the engine. ‐4. Watch the low oil pressure indicator in the gauge with the engine running. Is the low oil pressure indicator on? YES Check the engine oil level. If the level is OK, check the engine oil pressure.■ NO Go to step 2. 2. Problem verification: ‐1. Select the VTC TEST in the INSP
  • Page 860‐2. Remove the VTC strainer. ‐3. Check the VTC strainer for clogging. Is the VTC strainer OK? YES Go to step 6. NO Clean the VTC strainer, then replace the engine oil and the oil filter.■ 6. VTC oil control solenoid valve B check: ‐1. Test the VTC oil control solenoid valve B. Is the valve OK? YES G
  • Page 861DTC Troubleshooting: P0016 cardiagn.com DTC P0016: CMP Sensor A and CKP Sensor Correlation NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. If DTC P0335 and/or P0339 are stored at the same time as DTC P0016, troubleshoot those DTCs first, then recheck for DTC P0016. DTC
  • Page 862‐4. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0016 CMP Sensor A and CKP Sensor Correlation Is DTC P0016 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loo
  • Page 863‐3. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐4. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐5. Start the engine. ‐6. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0016 CMP Sensor A and CKP Sensor Correlation Is DTC P0016 indicated? YES The CKP sensor is OK. Check for any aut
  • Page 864DTC Troubleshooting: P0017 cardiagn.com DTC P0017: CMP Sensor B and CKP Sensor Correlation NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. If DTC P0335 and/or P0339 are stored at the same time as DTC P0017, troubleshoot those DTCs first, then recheck for DTC P0017. DTC
  • Page 865‐4. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0017 CMP Sensor B and CKP Sensor Correlation Is DTC P0017 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loo
  • Page 866‐3. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐4. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐5. Start the engine. ‐6. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0017 CMP Sensor B and CKP Sensor Correlation Is DTC P0017 indicated? YES The CKP sensor is OK. Check for any aut
  • Page 867DTC Troubleshooting: P0034 cardiagn.com DTC P0034: Turbocharger Bypass Control Solenoid Valve Circuit Low Voltage NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0034 Turbocharger Bypass Control Solenoid Valve Circuit Low Volt
  • Page 868YES Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the turbocharger bypass control solenoid valve and the PCM. If the on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions with the on-
  • Page 869Is there battery voltage? YES Go to step 5. NO Repair an open in the IGPS(ABV)/IGPS(LAF) wire between the turbocharger bypass control solenoid valve and the No. A11 (5 A) fuse in the under-hood fuse/relay box. If need, replace the under-hood fuse/relay box.■ 5. Short wire check (ABV line): ‐1. Turn
  • Page 870DTC Troubleshooting: P0035 DTC P0035: Turbocharger Bypass Control Solenoid Valve Circuit High Voltage NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0035 Turbocharger Bypass Control Solenoid Valve Circuit High Voltage cardiag
  • Page 871‐3. Disconnect the following connectors. Turbocharger bypass control solenoid valve 2P connector PCM connector No. 1 (96P) ‐4. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Turbocharger bypass control solenoid valve 2P connector: disconnected PCM connector
  • Page 872DTC Troubleshooting: P003A, P0046 cardiagn.com DTC P003A: Turbocharger Wastegate Control Actuator Position Exceeded Learning Limit DTC P0046: Turbocharger Wastegate Control Actuator Circuit Range/Performance Problem NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC D
  • Page 873‐6. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P003A Turbocharger Wastegate Control Actuator Position Exceeded Learning Limit P0046 Turbocharger Wastegate Control Actuator Circuit Range/Performance Problem Is DTC P003A or P0046 indicated? YES Go to st
  • Page 874Is there about 5.0 V? YES Replace the turbocharger.■ NO The turbocharger wastegate control actuator position sensor is OK. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good PCM, then recheck. If DTC P003A and/or P0046 goe
  • Page 875DTC Troubleshooting: P0045 cardiagn.com DTC P0045: Turbocharger Wastegate Control Actuator Circuit Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0045 Turbocharger Wastegate Control Actuator Circuit Malfunction 1.
  • Page 876‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐3. Start the engine. ‐4. Hold the engine speed at 3,000 rpm without load (in neutral) until the radiator fan comes on, then let it idle. ‐5. Select the Electric Waste Gate in the INSPECTION MENU with the HDS. ‐6. Check for Pending
  • Page 877YES Repair a short in the WGMTR1 wire between PCM connector No. 1 terminal No. 5 and the turbocharger.■ NO The WGMTR1 wire is not shorted. Go to step 3. 3. Shorted wire check (WGMTR2 line): ‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Turbocharger 5P c
  • Page 878Test point 2 PCM connector No. 1 (96P) No. 10 Is there continuity? YES Go to step 6. NO Repair an open in the WGMTR2 wire between PCM connector No. 1 terminal No. 10 and the turbocharger.■ 6. Shorted wire check (WGMTR1 line to WGMTR2 line): ‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test
  • Page 879Is there about 1.2 Ω-1.0 kΩ? YES Go to step 8. NO Replace the turbocharger.■ 8. Turbocharger wastegate control actuator internal circuit check (short to ground): ‐1. At the turbocharger side, check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Turbocharger 5P con
  • Page 880DTC Troubleshooting: P0068 cardiagn.com DTC P0068: Throttle Position Correlation Do not insert your fingers into the installed throttle body when you turn the vehicle to the ON mode, or while the vehicle is in ON mode. If you do, you will seriously injure your fingers if the throttle valve is activa
  • Page 881‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the throttle body inlet pipe and the throttle body connector tube from the throttle body. ‐3. Check for sludge or carbon on the throttle valve. Is there sludge or carbon on the throttle valve? YES Clean the throttle body.■ NO Go to step 2.
  • Page 882YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 3. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at MAF sensor/IAT sensor 1, MAP sensor/IAT sensor 2, the turbocharger boost sensor, and the PCM. If the on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to
  • Page 883‐7. Test-drive the vehicle for several minutes in the range of these recorded on-board snapshot parameters: Engine Speed Vehicle Speed MAP Sensor (Hi Res) TC Boost Pressure Baro Sensor REL TP Sensor Signal Current conditions Values Unit Engine Speed Vehicle Speed MAP Sensor (Hi Res) TC Boost Pressur
  • Page 884‐7. Test-drive the vehicle for several minutes in the range of these recorded on-board snapshot parameters: Engine Speed Vehicle Speed MAP Sensor (Hi Res) TC Boost Pressure Baro Sensor REL TP Sensor Signal Current conditions Values Unit Engine Speed Vehicle Speed MAP Sensor (Hi Res) TC Boost Pressur
  • Page 885DTC Troubleshooting: P0087 cardiagn.com DTC P0087: Fuel Rail Pressure Too Low NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. If the vehicle was out of fuel and the engine stalled before this DTC was stored, refuel, then clear the DTC with the HDS. If a fuel leak occur
  • Page 886DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0087 Fuel Rail Pressure Too Low 1. Problem verification (idling): ‐1. Record all the on-board snapshots with the HDS. ‐2. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐3. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐4. Start the engine. ‐5. Hold the engine speed at 3,000 rpm without l
  • Page 887Signal Current conditions Values Unit FUEL PRESSURE DIRECT INJECTION SYSTEM IAT SENSOR (1) ‐2. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0087 Fuel Rail Pressure Too Low Is DTC P0087 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 3. NO Intermit
  • Page 888‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Install PGM-FI main relay 2. ‐3. Start the engine. ‐4. Hold the engine speed at 3,000 rpm without load (in neutral) until the radiator fan comes on, then let it idle. ‐5. Snap the throttle for several times. ‐6. Check the parameter(s) below with the H
  • Page 889DTC Troubleshooting: P0088 cardiagn.com DTC P0088: Fuel Rail Pressure Too High NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. If any of the DTCs listed below are stored at the same time as P0088, troubleshoot those DTCs first, then recheck for P0088. P0190, P0191, P01
  • Page 890‐4. Start the engine. ‐5. Hold the engine speed at 3,000 rpm without load (in neutral) until the radiator fan comes on, then let it idle. ‐6. Select the DI Fuel Pressure Test in the INSPECTION MENU with the HDS. ‐7. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending
  • Page 891‐2. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0088 Fuel Rail Pressure Too High Is DTC P0088 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 3. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for a poor connection or loose terminal
  • Page 892Signal Current conditions Values Unit FUEL PRESSURE DIRECT INJECTION SYSTEM RELIEF VALVE Are both values almost the same, and does the RELIEF VALVE indicate Normal? YES The fuel rail pressure sensor is OK. Go to step 5. NO (the values are not the same) Replace the fuel rail (fuel rail pressure senso
  • Page 893DTC Troubleshooting: P0089 cardiagn.com DTC P0089: Fuel Pressure Regulator Performance NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. If any of the DTCs listed below are stored at the same time as P0089, troubleshoot those DTCs first, then recheck for P0089. P0171, P0
  • Page 894‐5. Hold the engine speed at 3,000 rpm without load (in neutral) until the radiator fan comes on, then let it idle. ‐6. Select the DI Fuel Pressure Test in the INSPECTION MENU with the HDS. Is the result OK? YES Go to step 2. NO The failure is duplicated. Go to step 3. 2. Problem verification (test-
  • Page 895YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 3. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Test PGM-FI main relay 2. If the relay is OK, check for a poor connection or loose terminals at the fuel rail pressure sensor, the high pressure fuel pump, and the PCM. If the on-board snapshot of th
  • Page 896DTC Troubleshooting: P0095 cardiagn.com DTC P0095: IAT Sensor 2 Out of Range NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0095 IAT Sensor 2 Out of Range 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clea
  • Page 897‐2. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at these locations: MAP sensor/IAT sensor 2 PCM Engine ground Body ground Are the connections and terminals OK? YES Go to step 3. NO Repair the connections or terminals.■ 3. Shorted wire check (TA line to power): ‐1. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, a
  • Page 898DTC Troubleshooting: P0096 DTC P0096: IAT Sensor 2 Circuit Range/Performance Problem cardiagn.com NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0096 IAT Sensor 2 Circuit Range/Performance Problem 1. Connector visual check: ‐
  • Page 899‐6. Quickly note the value of IAT Sensor (2) in the DATA LIST with the HDS. Signal Current conditions Values Unit IAT Sensor (2) ‐7. Compare the value of IAT Sensor (2) to the ambient temperature. Does the value of IAT Sensor (2) differ 5.4 °F (3 °C) or more from the ambient temperature? YES Replace
  • Page 900DTC Troubleshooting: P00CF DTC P00CF: Turbocharger Boost Sensor/BARO Sensor Incorrect Correlation NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. If DTC P00CF is indicated alone, do the troubleshooting for DTC P0069 and P0236 using the on-board snapshot for P00CF. If a
  • Page 901DTC Troubleshooting: P0101 cardiagn.com DTC P0101: MAF Sensor Circuit Range/Performance Problem NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0101 MAF Sensor Circuit Range/Performance Problem 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Tur
  • Page 902‐2. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐3. Wait 10 seconds or more. ‐4. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0101 MAF Sensor Circuit Range/Performance Problem Do the current condition(s) match the threshold? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2
  • Page 903YES The IG1 ACG/IG1(AFM) wire is OK. Go to step 4. NO Repair an open in the IG1 ACG/IG1(AFM) wire between the No. B21 (10 A) fuse in the under-dash fuse/relay box and MAF sensor/IAT sensor 1.■ 4. Determine possible failure area (VGP line, others): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Mea
  • Page 9046. Open wire check (VGP line): ‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode MAF sensor/IAT sensor 1 5P connector: disconnected PCM connector E (80P): disconnected Test point 1 MAF sensor/IAT sensor 1 5P connector (female terminals) No. 5: Test point 2
  • Page 905‐3. Exit the SCS mode with the HDS. ‐4. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐5. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐6. Wait 10 seconds or more. ‐7. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0101 MAF Sensor Circuit Range/Performance Problem Is DTC P0101 indica
  • Page 906DTC Troubleshooting: P0103 DTC P0103: MAF Sensor Circuit High Voltage NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. cardiagn.com DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0103 MAF Sensor Circuit High Voltage 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mo
  • Page 907‐4. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode MAF sensor/IAT sensor 1 5P connector: disconnected PCM connector E (80P): disconnected Test point 1 MAF sensor/IAT sensor 1 5P connector (female terminals) No. 4: Test point 2 PCM connector E (80P) No. 62 Is
  • Page 908DTC Troubleshooting: P0107 DTC P0107: MAP Sensor Circuit Low Voltage NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. cardiagn.com DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0107 MAP Sensor Circuit Low Voltage 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode
  • Page 909YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the MAP sensor and the PCM. If the on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions with the on-board
  • Page 910‐3. Disconnect the following connector. PCM connector E (80P) ‐4. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode MAP sensor 3P connector: disconnected PCM connector E (80P): disconnected Test point 1 MAP sensor 3P connector No. 3 Test point 2 PCM connector E
  • Page 911Is there continuity? YES Repair a short in the PB wire between the PCM (E56) and the MAP sensor.■ NO The PB wire is OK. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good PCM, then recheck. If DTC P0107 goes away and the P
  • Page 912DTC Troubleshooting: P0111, P011B DTC P0111: IAT Sensor 1 Circuit Range/Performance Problem cardiagn.com DTC P011B: IAT Sensor 1 Circuit Range/Performance Problem NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0111 IAT Sensor
  • Page 913‐6. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐7. Quickly note the value of the IAT Sensor (1) in the DATA LIST with the HDS. Signal Current conditions Values Unit IAT Sensor (1) ‐8. Compare the value of the IAT Sensor (1) to the ambient temperature. Does the value of the IAT Sensor (1) differ 5.4 °F (3 °C)
  • Page 914DTC Troubleshooting: P0112 DTC P0112: IAT Sensor 1 Circuit Low Voltage cardiagn.com NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0112 IAT Sensor 1 Circuit Low Voltage 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON
  • Page 915‐4. Check the parameter(s) below with the HDS. Signal Threshold Current conditions Values Unit Values Unit IAT SENSOR (1) Less than V 0.08 Do the current condition(s) match the threshold? YES Go to step 3. NO Replace MAF sensor/IAT sensor 1.■ 3. Shorted wire check (ITA1(TA) line): ‐1. Turn the vehic
  • Page 916DTC Troubleshooting: P0115 cardiagn.com DTC P0115: ECT Sensor 1 Out of Range NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0115 ECT Sensor 1 Out of Range 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clea
  • Page 9172. Shorted wire check (TW line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. ‐3. Disconnect the following connector. PCM connector E (80P) ‐4. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode EC
  • Page 918ECT sensor 1 2P connector: disconnected PCM connector E (80P): disconnected Test point 1 ECT sensor 1 2P connector (female terminals) No. 1: Test point 2 PCM connector E (80P) No. 78 Is there continuity? YES The SG2 wire is OK. Go to step 5. NO Repair an open in the SG2 wire between the PCM (E78) an
  • Page 919DTC Troubleshooting: P0117 DTC P0117: ECT Sensor 1 Circuit Low Voltage cardiagn.com NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0117 ECT Sensor 1 Circuit Low Voltage 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON
  • Page 920‐4. Check the parameter(s) below with the HDS. Signal Threshold Current conditions Values Unit Values Unit ECT SENSOR 1 Less than V 0.08 Do the current condition(s) match the threshold? YES Go to step 3. NO Replace ECT sensor 1.■ 3. Shorted wire check (TW line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK
  • Page 921DTC Troubleshooting: P0121 cardiagn.com DTC P0121: TP Sensor A Out of Range NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0121 TP Sensor A Out of Range 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear
  • Page 922‐3. Wait 10 seconds or more. ‐4. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0121 TP Sensor A Out of Range Is DTC P0121 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor conn
  • Page 923Throttle body 6P connector: disconnected PCM connector E (80P): disconnected Test point 1 Throttle body 6P connector (female terminals) No. 5: Test point 2 Body ground Is there continuity? YES Repair a short in the VCC3 wire between the PCM (E75) and the throttle body.■ NO The VCC3 wire is not short
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  • Page 925Is there continuity? YES The SG3 wire is OK. Go to step 8. NO Repair an open in the SG3 wire between the PCM (E76) and the throttle body.■ 6. Shorted wire check (THL1 line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. ‐3. Disconnect t
  • Page 926YES The THL1 wire is OK. Go to step 8. NO Repair an open in the THL1 wire between the PCM (E50) and the throttle body.■ 8. Throttle body check: ‐1. Substitute a known-good throttle body. ‐2. Reconnect all connectors. ‐3. Exit the SCS mode with the HDS. ‐4. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐5. Clear
  • Page 927DTC Troubleshooting: P0123 DTC P0123: TP Sensor A Circuit High Voltage NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. cardiagn.com DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0123 TP Sensor A Circuit High Voltage 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON
  • Page 928YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the throttle body and the PCM. If the on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions with the on-bo
  • Page 929‐3. Disconnect the following connector. PCM connector E (80P) ‐4. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Throttle body 6P connector: disconnected PCM connector E (80P): disconnected Test point 1 Throttle body 6P connector No. 6 Test point 2 PCM conne
  • Page 930Is there continuity? YES The SG3 wire is OK. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good PCM, then recheck. If DTC P0123 goes away and the PCM was substituted, replace the original PCM.■ NO Repair an open in the SG3
  • Page 931DTC Troubleshooting: P0135 cardiagn.com DTC P0135: A/F Sensor (Sensor 1) Heater Circuit Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0135 A/F Sensor (Sensor 1) Heater Circuit Malfunction
  • Page 9321. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐3. Start the engine. ‐4. Hold the 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. ‐5. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the
  • Page 933‐1. Disconnect the following connector. A/F sensor (Sensor 1) 6P connector ‐2. At the sensor side, measure the resistance between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode A/F sensor (Sensor 1) 6P connector: disconnected Test point 1 A/F sensor (Sensor 1) 6P connector (male termina
  • Page 934YES Replace the A/F sensor (Sensor 1).■ NO Go to step 6. 6. A/F sensor (Sensor 1) internal circuit check 2: ‐1. Check for continuity between the following test points and the A/F sensor (Sensor 1) 6P connector No. 3 individually. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode A/F sensor (Sensor 1) 6P connec
  • Page 9358. Open wire check (AFHT N line): ‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode A/F sensor (Sensor 1) 6P connector: disconnected PCM connector E (80P): disconnected Test point 1 A/F sensor (Sensor 1) 6P connector (female terminals) No. 2: Test point 2 P
  • Page 936DTC Troubleshooting: P0138 cardiagn.com DTC P0138: Secondary HO2S (Sensor 2) Circuit High Voltage NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0138 Secondary HO2S (Sensor 2) Circuit High Voltage 1. Problem verification: ‐1.
  • Page 937YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at secondary HO2S (Sensor 2) and the PCM. If the on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions with t
  • Page 938‐4. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐5. Check the parameter(s) below with the HDS. Signal Threshold Current conditions Values Unit Values Unit HO2S S2 More than V 3.28 Do the current condition(s) match the threshold? cardiagn.com YES The SO2SG/SO2 SG wire is OK. Go to step 4. NO Repair an open in t
  • Page 939DTC Troubleshooting: P0172 cardiagn.com DTC P0172: Fuel System Too Rich Special Tools Required Vacuum Pump/Gauge, 0-30 inHg Snap-on YA4000A or equivalent, commercially available NOTE:
  • Page 940Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. Do not clear the DTC or reset the PCM before beginning this troubleshooting procedure until instructed to clear it. Clearing the DTC or resetting the PCM can delete valuable diagnostic information, even if the on-board snapshot
  • Page 941‐2. Drive the vehicle according to the conditions determined above. Signal Current conditions Values Unit ENGINE SPEED VEHICLE SPEED REL TP SENSOR APP SENSOR ‐3. Check the parameter(s) below with the HDS while driving. Signal Threshold Current conditions Values Unit Values Unit AF FB (ST FUEL TRIM)
  • Page 942YES The fuel pressure (high pressure side) is OK. Go to step 5. NO Go to the troubleshooting for DTC P0087 and DTC P0088.■ 5. Replace fuel: NOTE: There would be an increased likelihood of a fuel related issue if the rich condition appeared shortly after refueling. The MIL DIST (MIL Distance) value i
  • Page 943speed at 2,500 rpm with the accelerator pedal held steady. Signal Current conditions Values Unit ENGINE SPEED ‐4. While holding the engine speed at 2,500 rpm for 30 seconds, check the parameter(s) below with the HDS. Signal Threshold Current conditions Values Unit Values Unit MAF SENSOR 4.1-5.7 g/s
  • Page 944‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connector. EVAP canister purge valve 2P connector ‐3. Remove the EVAP canister purge valve with its vacuum hose connected. ‐4. Disconnect the vacuum hose (purge line) (A) from the EVAP canister purge valve (B) in the engine co
  • Page 945Signal Current conditions Values Unit VEHICLE SPEED REL TP SENSOR APP SENSOR ‐5. Check the parameter(s) below with the HDS while driving. Signal Threshold Current conditions Values Unit Values Unit AF FB (ST FUEL TRIM) Less than 0.80 Do the current condition(s) match the threshold under the on-board
  • Page 946YES The injectors are not the cause of the low AF FB (ST FUEL TRIM) value. Substitute a known-good PCM, then recheck.■ NO The injectors were causing the low AF FB (ST FUEL TRIM) value. Replace all injectors as a set.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 947DTC Troubleshooting: P0193 DTC P0193: Fuel Rail Pressure Sensor Circuit High Voltage NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. cardiagn.com DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0193 Fuel Rail Pressure Sensor Circuit High Voltage 1. Problem verification: ‐1.
  • Page 948YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the fuel rail pressure sensor and the PCM. If the on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions wi
  • Page 949Is there about 5.0 V? YES The SG1 wire is OK. Go to step 4. NO Go to step 5. 4. Open wire check (PF line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. cardiagn.com ‐3. Disconnect the following connector. PCM connector E (80P) ‐4. Chec
  • Page 950‐3. Disconnect the following connector. PCM connector E (80P) ‐4. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Fuel rail pressure sensor 3P connector: disconnected PCM connector E (80P): disconnected Test point 1 Fuel rail pressure sensor 3P connector No.
  • Page 951DTC Troubleshooting: P0222 DTC P0222: TP Sensor B Circuit Low Voltage NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. cardiagn.com DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0222 TP Sensor B Circuit Low Voltage 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mo
  • Page 952YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the throttle body and the PCM. If the on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions with the on-bo
  • Page 953‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Throttle body 6P connector ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐4. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle ON mode Throttle body 6P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Throttle body
  • Page 954Is there continuity? YES The VCC3 wire is OK. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good PCM, then recheck. If DTC P0222 goes away and the PCM was substituted, replace the original PCM.■ NO Repair an open in the VC
  • Page 955DTC Troubleshooting: P0223 DTC P0223: TP Sensor B Circuit High Voltage NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. cardiagn.com DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0223 TP Sensor B Circuit High Voltage 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON
  • Page 956YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the throttle body and the PCM. If the on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions with the on-bo
  • Page 957‐3. Disconnect the following connector. PCM connector E (80P) ‐4. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Throttle body 6P connector: disconnected PCM connector E (80P): disconnected Test point 1 Throttle body 6P connector No. 4 Test point 2 PCM conne
  • Page 958Is there continuity? YES The SG3 wire is OK. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good PCM, then recheck. If DTC P0223 goes away and the PCM was substituted, replace the original PCM.■ NO Repair an open in the SG3
  • Page 959DTC Troubleshooting: P0236 cardiagn.com DTC P0236: Turbocharger Boost Sensor Circuit Range/Performance Problem NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0236 Turbocharger Boost Sensor Circuit Range/Performance Problem 1.
  • Page 960‐1. Check the parameters below with the HDS. Signal Current conditions Values Unit TC BOOST PRESSURE BARO SENSOR ‐2. Compare the value of TC BOOST PRESSURE to the BARO SENSOR. Is the difference in value between the sensors 26.7 kPa (7.9 inHg, 200 mmHg) or more? YES Replace the turbocharger boost sen
  • Page 961YES Replace the turbocharger boost sensor.■ NO If the HDS indicates PASSED, intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at turbocharger boost sensor and the PCM. If the on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure unde
  • Page 962DTC Troubleshooting: P023D DTC P023D: Turbocharger Boost Sensor/MAP Sensor Incorrect Correlation NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. If DTC P023D is indicated alone, do the troubleshooting for DTC P0236, P2073, and P2074 using the on-board snapshot for P023
  • Page 963DTC Troubleshooting: P0299 cardiagn.com DTC P0299: Turbocharger Underboost Problem NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information.
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  • Page 965DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0299 Turbocharger Underboost Problem 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐3. Start the engine. ‐4. Hold the engine speed at 3,000 rpm without load (CVT in P or N, M/T in neutral) until the radiator f
  • Page 966YES Go to step 4. NO Repair or replace the damaged parts.■ 4. Check for EVAP canister purge line: cardiagn.com
  • Page 967‐1. Visually inspect each of the components below for disconnected hoses, cracks, or damage: Non-return valve A (built into EVAP canister purge valve) Non-return valve B (built into EVAP canister purge valve) EVAP canister purge valve (C) Hose (D) cardiagn.com Are any components disconnected or dama
  • Page 968YES Repair the connection or replace damaged part(s).■ NO Go to step 5. 5. Check for EVAP canister purge valve: ‐1. Inspect the EVAP canister purge valve. Is the EVAP canister purge valve OK? YES Go to step 6. NO Replace the EVAP canister purge valve.■ 6. Turbocharger bypass control solenoid valve o
  • Page 969YES Repair the connection or replace damaged part(s).■ NO Go to step 8. 8. Turbocharger bypass control solenoid valve check: ‐1. Inspect the turbocharger bypass control solenoid valve. Is the solenoid valve OK? YES Go to step 9. NO Replace the turbocharger bypass control solenoid valve.■ 9. Turbocha
  • Page 970DTC Troubleshooting: P0300, P0301, P0302, P0303, P0304 cardiagn.com
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  • Page 977DTC 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 NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. If the misfire
  • Page 978YES The engine is misfiring at idle, go to step 2. NO The engine does not misfire at idle, go to step 3. 2. Determine Affected Cylinders ‐1. Continue to monitor the misfire parameters in the DATA LIST. Signal Current conditions Values Unit CYL1 MISFIRE CYL2 MISFIRE CYL3 MISFIRE CYL4 MISFIRE Are the
  • Page 979Signal Current conditions Values Unit CYL3 MISFIRE Signal Current conditions Values Unit CYL4 MISFIRE Are misfire counts generally isolated to a single cylinder? YES The misfire is isolated to a single cylinder, go to Single Cylinder Misfire. Under Load troubleshooting on step 56. NO The misfire aff
  • Page 980in combination with the fuel level may help you make this determination. 6. Check Ignition Coil Spark ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Remove the ignition coil from the problem cylinder. ‐3. Connect a commercially available spark tester between the ignition coil and engine ground. ‐4
  • Page 981cardiagn.com Is there battery voltage? YES The ignition coil power and ground circuits are OK. Go to step 9. NO There is a problem with the ignition coil power or ground circuit. Go to step 13. 9. Check Ignition Coil Control Short to Power ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Measure the voltage
  • Page 982cardiagn.com Is there about 4 V or more? YES The ignition coil control circuit is shorted to power. Go to step 10. NO The ignition coil control circuit is not shorted to power. Go to step 11. 10. Isolate Ignition Coil Control Short to Power ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Jump the S
  • Page 983cardiagn.com Is there about 4 V or more? YES There is a short to power on the ignition coil control circuit. Find and repair the failure.■ NO The PCM is malfunctioning. Replace the PCM.■ 11. Check Ignition Coil Control Open Circuit ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Jump the SCS line w
  • Page 984cardiagn.com Is there continuity? YES The ignition coil control circuit is not open. Go to step 12. NO Repair the open circuit between the ignition coil and the PCM.■ 12. Check Ignition Coil Control Short to Ground ‐1. Check for continuity between the ignition coil control terminal at ignition coil
  • Page 985cardiagn.com Is there continuity? YES Repair the short to ground on the ignition coil control wire.■ NO The ignition coil control wiring is OK. Substitute a known-good PCM.■ 13. Check Ignition Coil Power Circuit ‐1. Measure the voltage between ignition coil 3P connector terminal No. 1 (power) and a
  • Page 986cardiagn.com Is there battery voltage between the ignition coil power terminal and engine ground? YES The power circuit is OK. Repair the open circuit between the ignition coil (3P connector terminal No. 2) and G101.■ NO Repair the open circuit between the ignition coil and the ignition coil relay.■
  • Page 987‐3. Monitor the misfire parameters in the DATA LIST. Signal Current conditions Values Unit CYL1 MISFIRE CYL2 MISFIRE CYL3 MISFIRE CYL4 MISFIRE Did the misfire counts stay on the problem cylinder? YES The ignition coil and spark plug are OK. Go to step 17. NO There is a failure in the ignition coil o
  • Page 988Highest Reading Lowest Reading Variation (%) (PSI) (PSI) Does the compression vary more than 10 % between cylinders, or does any cylinder read below 150 PSI? YES The cylinder leakage is normal, but the engine compression is low. Check for each of the conditions below and repair as needed.■ Incorrect
  • Page 989Signal Current conditions Values Unit CYL4 MISFIRE Do the misfire counts stay on the problem cylinder when the fuel injector is swapped? YES The fuel injector is OK. Go to step 20. NO The fuel injector is faulty. Replace all fuel injectors as a set.■ 20. CKP Pattern Clear/Pattern Learn ‐1. Select CR
  • Page 990YES Clean the oil from the ignition coil and the spark plug tube. Replace the spark plug tube seals in the cylinder head cover.■ NO Go to step 23. 23. Exchange Spark Plug and Ignition Coil ‐1. Exchange the spark plug and the ignition coil with ones from a normally operating cylinder. ‐2. Drive the v
  • Page 991cardiagn.com Does the MAP SENSOR continuously fluctuate 0.04 V or more at idle, no loads, engine hot? YES The intake manifold pressure fluctuation indicates a mechanical engine failure. Go to step 26. NO The intake manifold vacuum fluctuation is OK. Go to step 29. 26. Adjust Valve Clearance ‐1. Adju
  • Page 992‐1. Perform a cylinder compression test. ‐2. Record your test results in a chart similar to the one shown below. Compression (PSI) No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 Highest Reading Lowest Reading Variation (%) cardiagn.com (PSI) (PSI) Does the compression vary more than 10 % between cylinders, or does any cyl
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  • Page 994YES If the majority of the air is escaping from exhaust pipe or throttle body, check for tight valve clearance and adjust each cylinder as needed, then retest. Determine the cause of the cylinder leakage and repair the engine as needed.■ NO The cylinders are sealing properly. Go to step 29. 29. Exch
  • Page 995‐2. Connect a commercially available spark tester between the ignition coil and engine ground. ‐3. Start the engine with the ignition coil connected. Does the ignition coil produce a spark? YES The ignition coil has a failure. Replace the ignition coil.■ NO There is a problem with the ignition coil
  • Page 996NO There is a problem with the ignition coil power or ground circuit. Go to step 38. cardiagn.com
  • Page 99734. Check Ignition Coil Control Short to Power ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Measure the voltage between ignition coil 3P connector terminals No. 3 (Ignition Control) and body ground. cardiagn.com Is there about 4 V or more? YES The ignition coil control circuit is shorted to power. Go to
  • Page 998cardiagn.com Is there about 4 V or more? YES There is a short to power on the ignition coil control circuit. Find and repair the failure.■ NO The PCM is malfunctioning. Replace the PCM.■ 36. Check Ignition Coil Control Open Circuit ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Jump the SCS line w
  • Page 999cardiagn.com Is there continuity? YES The ignition coil control circuit is not open. Go to step 37. NO Repair the open circuit between the ignition coil and the PCM.■ 37. Check Ignition Coil Control Short to Ground ‐1. Check for continuity between ignition coil control terminal at the ignition coil
  • Page 1000cardiagn.com Is there continuity? YES Repair the short to ground on the ignition coil control wire.■ NO The ignition coil control wiring is OK. Substitute a known-good PCM.■ 38. Check Ignition Coil Power Circuit ‐1. Measure the voltage between ignition coil 3P connector terminal No. 1 (power) and a
  • Page 1001cardiagn.com Is there battery voltage between the ignition coil power terminal and engine ground? YES The power circuit is OK. Repair the open circuit between the ignition coil (3P connector terminal No. 2) and G101.■ NO Repair the open circuit between the ignition coil and the ignition coil relay.■
  • Page 1002‐3. Monitor the misfire parameters in the DATA LIST. Signal Current conditions Values Unit CYL1 MISFIRE CYL2 MISFIRE CYL3 MISFIRE CYL4 MISFIRE Did the misfire counts stay on the problem cylinder? YES The ignition coil and spark plug are OK. Go to step 42. NO There is a failure in the ignition coil o
  • Page 1003cardiagn.com Does the MAP SENSOR continuously fluctuate 0.04 V or more at idle, no loads, engine hot? YES The intake manifold pressure fluctuation indicates a mechanical engine failure. Go to step 43. NO The intake manifold vacuum fluctuation is OK. Go to step 46. 43. Adjust Valve Clearance ‐1. Adju
  • Page 1004‐1. Perform a cylinder compression test. ‐2. Record your test results in a chart similar to the one shown below. Compression (PSI) No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 Highest Reading Lowest Reading Variation (%) cardiagn.com (PSI) (PSI) Does the compression vary more than 10 % between cylinders, or does any cyl
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  • Page 1006YES If the majority of the air is escaping from exhaust pipe or throttle body, check for tight valve clearance and adjust each cylinder as needed, then retest. Determine the cause of the cylinder leakage and repair the engine as needed.■ NO The cylinders are sealing properly. Go to step 46. 46. Exch
  • Page 1007Does the spark plug show any signs of failure or is it not the correct part number? YES Replace the spark plug.■ NO Go to step 49. 49. Check MAP Sensor Fluctuation ‐1. Start the engine, and let it idle until the cooling fans cycle twice. ‐2. Turn off all engine and electrical loads (A/C, audio, ligh
  • Page 1008YES The intake manifold pressure fluctuation indicates a mechanical engine failure. Go to step 50. NO The intake manifold vacuum fluctuation is OK. Go to step 53. 50. Adjust Valve Clearance ‐1. Adjust the valve clearances, and inspect the camshaft for excessive wear or grooves. NOTE: ECT Sensor 1 mu
  • Page 1009‐2. Record your test results in the chart shown below. Leakage (%) Leakage Area No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 Does any cylinder have leakage greater than 10 %? YES If the majority of the air is escaping from exhaust pipe or throttle body, check for cardiagn.com tight valve clearance and adjust each cylind
  • Page 1010YES Replace the fuel filter and then drain/refill the fuel tank with known-good fuel.■ NO The fuel system has no signs of fuel contamination. Go to step 55. 55. Check MAF Sensor g/s ‐1. Locate and record the MAF SENSOR g/s specification for your vehicle. This can be found in troubleshooting procedur
  • Page 1011YES Clean the oil from the ignition coil and the spark plug tube. Replace the spark plug tube seals in the cylinder head cover.■ NO Go to step 58. 58. Exchange Spark Plug and Ignition Coil ‐1. Exchange the spark plug and the ignition coil with ones from a normally operating cylinder. ‐2. Drive the v
  • Page 1012Signal Current conditions Values Unit CYL4 MISFIRE Do the misfire counts stay on the problem cylinder when the fuel injector is swapped? YES The fuel injector is OK. Go to step 61. NO The fuel injector is faulty. Replace all fuel injectors as a set.■ 61. CKP Pattern Clear/Pattern Learn ‐1. Select CR
  • Page 1013‐4. Start the engine, and record the fuel pressure under the conditions the misfire was duplicated. Fuel Pressure (kPa) Is the fuel pressure within specifications? YES The fuel pressure is OK. Go to step 64. NO Check for pinched or damaged fuel lines. If OK, replace the fuel tank unit.■ 64. Check Fu
  • Page 1014‐3. Start the engine, and monitor the ENGINE SPEED and MAP SENSOR in the DATA LIST with the HDS. Signal Current conditions Values Unit MAP Sensor (Hi Res) ENGINE SPEED ‐4. Raise the engine speed to 3,500 rpm and hold the throttle steady. Does the MAP SENSOR read near atmospheric pressure (engine off
  • Page 1015cardiagn.com Does the MAP SENSOR continuously fluctuate 0.04 V or more at idle, no loads, engine hot? YES The intake manifold pressure fluctuation indicates a mechanical engine failure. Go to step 69. NO The intake manifold vacuum fluctuation is OK. Go to step 72. 69. Adjust Valve Clearance ‐1. Adju
  • Page 1016‐1. Perform a cylinder compression test. ‐2. Record your test results in a chart similar to the one shown below. Compression (PSI) No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 Highest Reading Lowest Reading Variation (%) cardiagn.com (PSI) (PSI) Does the compression vary more than 10 % between cylinders, or does any cyl
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  • Page 1018YES If the majority of the air is escaping from exhaust pipe or throttle body, check for tight valve clearance and adjust each cylinder as needed, then retest. Determine the cause of the cylinder leakage and repair the engine as needed.■ NO The cylinders are sealing properly. Go to step 72. 72. Chec
  • Page 1019‐1. Exchange the spark plug and the ignition coil with ones from a normally operating cylinder. ‐2. Drive the vehicle under the conditions when the misfire was duplicated. ‐3. Monitor the misfire parameters in the DATA LIST. Signal Current conditions Values Unit CYL1 MISFIRE CYL2 MISFIRE CYL3 MISFIR
  • Page 1020YES The carbon removal procedure did not correct the misfire. Replace all fuel injectors as a set.■ NO The carbon removal procedure corrected the misfire.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 1021DTC Troubleshooting: P0327 cardiagn.com DTC P0327: Knock Sensor Circuit Low Voltage NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0327 Knock Sensor Circuit Low Voltage 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON
  • Page 10222. Determine possible failure area (knock sensor, others): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Knock sensor 2P connector ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐4. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC D
  • Page 1023‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode PCM connector E (80P) disconnected Knock sensor 2P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Knock sensor 2P connector No. 2 Test point 2 Body ground Is there continuity? YES Repair a short in the KS wire between
  • Page 1024DTC Troubleshooting: P0335 cardiagn.com DTC P0335: CKP Sensor No Signal NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0335 CKP Sensor No Signal
  • Page 10251. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐3. Start the engine. ‐4. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0335 CKP Sensor No Signal Is DTC P0335 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to
  • Page 1026‐2. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. ‐3. Disconnect the following connector. PCM connector E (80P) ‐4. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode CKP sensor 3P connector: disconnected PCM connector E (80P): disconnected Test p
  • Page 1027‐1. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle ON mode CKP sensor 3P connector: disconnected Test point 1 CKP sensor 3P connector No. 2 Test point 2 CKP sensor 3P connector No. 3 Is there about 5.0 V? YES The SG1 wire is OK. Replace the CKP sensor.■ NO Go to step 6. card
  • Page 1028YES The SG1 wire is OK. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good PCM, then recheck. If DTC P0335 goes away and the PCM was substituted, replace the original PCM.■ NO Repair an open in the SG1 wire between the PCM
  • Page 1029DTC Troubleshooting: P0341 cardiagn.com DTC P0341: CMP Sensor A and CKP Sensor Incorrect Phase Detected NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. If the DTC P1009 stored at the same time as DTC P0341, troubleshoot DTC P1009 first, then recheck for DTC P0341. DTC
  • Page 10301. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode, and allow the engine to cool below 104 °F (40 °C). ‐4. Start the engine, and let it idle without load. ‐5. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC
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  • Page 1032Does the HDS indicate FAILED? YES Go to step 5. NO If the HDS indicates PASSED, intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. If the on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions with the on-board snapshot. If the HDS indicates NOT COMPLETED
  • Page 1033‐5. Do the CKP pattern learn procedure. ‐6. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode, and allow the engine to cool below 104 °F (40 °C). ‐7. Start the engine, and let it idle without load. ‐8. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0341 CMP Sensor
  • Page 1034DTC Troubleshooting: P0351, P0352, P0353, P0354 cardiagn.com 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
  • Page 1035DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0353 No. 3 Cylinder Ignition Coil Circuit Malfunction P0354 No. 4 Cylinder Ignition Coil Circuit Malfunction 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐3. Start the engine. ‐4. Check for Pending or Confirm
  • Page 1036Is DTC indicated at the exchanged position? YES Replace the faulty ignition coil.■ NO Go to step 3. 3. Shorted wire check (IG COIL RLY OUT/IG1(IGN) line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Check the following fuse. Fuse No. A15 (15 A) Location Under-hood fuse/relay box Is the fuse OK?
  • Page 1037YES The IG COIL RLY OUT/IG1(IGN) wire is OK. Go to step 6. NO Repair an open in the IG COIL RLY OUT/IG1(IGN) wire between the ignition coil and the relay circuit board.■ 6. Open wire check (PG(COIL) line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Check for continuity between test points 1 an
  • Page 1038‐1. Check for continuity between appropriate ignition coil 3P connector terminal No. 3 and the appropriate PCM connector terminal of the problem ignition coil (see table). Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Ignition coil 3P connector (problem cylinder): disconnected PCM connector E (80P): discon
  • Page 1039DTC Troubleshooting: P0365 cardiagn.com DTC P0365: CMP Sensor B Circuit No Signal NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0365 CMP Sensor B Circuit No Signal
  • Page 10401. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐3. Start the engine. ‐4. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0365 CMP Sensor B Circuit No Signal Is DTC P0365 indicated? YES The failure is duplicat
  • Page 1041‐2. Jump the SCS line with HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. ‐3. Disconnect the following connector. PCM connector E (80P) ‐4. Check the continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode CMP sensor B 3P connector: disconnected PCM connector E (80P): disconnected Test poi
  • Page 1042‐1. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle ON mode CMP sensor B 3P connector: disconnected Test point 1 CMP sensor B 3P connector No. 1 Test point 2 CMP sensor B 3P connector No. 2 Is there about 5.0 V? YES The SG2 wire is OK. Replace CMP sensor B.■ NO Go to step 6.
  • Page 1043YES The SG2 wire is OK. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good PCM, then recheck. If DTC P0365 goes away and the PCM was substituted, replace the original PCM.■ NO Repair an open in the SG2 wire between the PCM
  • Page 1044DTC Troubleshooting: P0369 cardiagn.com DTC P0369: CMP Sensor B Circuit Intermittent Interruption NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0369 CMP Sensor B Circuit Intermittent Interruption 1. Problem verification (idl
  • Page 1045YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 3. NO If the HDS indicates PASSED, go to step 2. If the HDS indicates NOT COMPLETED, keep idling until a result comes on. 2. Problem verification (test-drive): ‐1. Test-drive the vehicle for several minutes in the range of these recorded on-board snapshot pa
  • Page 1046DTC Troubleshooting: P0441 DTC P0441: EVAP System Purge Flow Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. If DTC P0441 is indicated alone, do the troubleshooting for DTC P04DF and P04F1 using the on-board snapshot for P0441. If DTC P04F0, P04F1, P145D, a
  • Page 1047DTC Troubleshooting: P0451 DTC P0451: FTP Sensor Circuit Range/Performance Problem NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. If DTC P2422 is stored at the same time as DTC P0451, troubleshoot DTC P2422 first, then recheck for DTC P0451. DTC Description Confirmed
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  • Page 1050DTC P0455: EVAP System Large Leak Detected DTC P0456: EVAP System Very Small Leak Detected Special Tools Required ・Vacuum Pump/Gauge, 0-30 inHg Snap-on YA4000A or equivalent, commercially available ・Vacuum/Pressure Gauge, 0-4 inHg 07JAZ-001000B The fuel system is designed to allow specified maximum
  • Page 1051Is there a blockage or a restriction in the hose? YES Remove a blockage or a restriction, if needed, replace the EVAP canister vent cardiagn.com hose.■ NO Go to step 3. 3. Fuel tank vapor recirculation tube visual check: ‐1. Check for a poor connection or damage at the fuel tank vapor recirculation
  • Page 1052cardiagn.com ‐3. Slowly apply about 2 kPa (0.6 inHg, 15 mmHg) of vacuum to the hose. Does it hold vacuum for 1 minute? YES Leak not detected at the EVAP canister purge valve. Go to step 5. NO Replace the EVAP canister purge valve.■ 5. Determine possible failure area (EVAP canister vent shut valve, o
  • Page 1053‐3. Remove the T-fitting and vacuum pump/gauge, 0-30 inHg, and connect the vacuum pump/gauge, 0-30 inHg to the vacuum hose (purge line) (A) as shown. cardiagn.com ‐4. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐5. Select the EVAP TEST in the INSPECTION MENU, then select EVAP CVS ON in the SINGLE SOLENOID with
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  • Page 1055Does the voltage increase more than 0.2 V (0.1 inHg, 2.5 mmHg)? YES Go to step 6. NO Go to step 8. 6. EVAP canister vent shut valve operation check: ‐1. Select the EVAP TEST in the INSPECTION MENU, then select EVAP CVS OFF in the SINGLE SOLENOID with the HDS. ‐2. Disconnect the EVAP canister vent ho
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  • Page 1057YES Replace these parts.■ FTP sensor O-ring EVAP canister vent shut valve case and O-ring EVAP canister NO Replace or repair the EVAP canister purge line or the canister.■ 8. Fuel fill pipe and fuel tank vapor recirculation tube visual check: ‐1. Select EVAP CVS OFF in the SINGLE SOLENOID with the H
  • Page 1058Is the flap seal missing or damaged, is the shut-off valve mating surface damaged? YES Replace the main flap unit.■ cardiagn.com NO Check the fuel tank unit O-ring and the fuel tank.■
  • Page 1059DTC Troubleshooting: P0462 cardiagn.com DTC P0462: Fuel Level Sensor (Fuel Gauge Sending Unit) Circuit Low Voltage NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0462 Fuel Level Sensor (Fuel Gauge Sending Unit) Circuit Low Vo
  • Page 1060‐4. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0462 Fuel Level Sensor (Fuel Gauge Sending Unit) Circuit Low Voltage Is DTC P0462 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for
  • Page 1061Is there battery voltage? YES Go to step 5. NO Go to step 4. 4. Shorted wire check (FUEL GAUGE+ line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Remove the gauge control module. cardiagn.com ‐3. Disconnect the following connector. Gauge control module connector A (32P) ‐4. Check for continuit
  • Page 1062‐4. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐5. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐6. Set the float (A) to the E position. cardiagn.com ‐7. Check the fuel gauge. Does the gauge move to the empty position? YES The gauge control module is OK. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symp
  • Page 1063DTC Troubleshooting: P0480 cardiagn.com
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  • Page 1065DTC P0480: RFC System Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0480 RFC System Malfunction 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐3. Select the RADIATO
  • Page 1066Is the fuse OK? YES Go to step 7. NO Go to step 4. 4. Shorted wire check (+B RFC line): ‐1. Remove the brown No. A1-3 (50 A) fuse from the under-hood fuse/relay box. ‐2. Remove the RFC relay. ‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode RFC relay: disc
  • Page 1067Is there continuity? YES Repair a short in the RFC DRIVER RLY OUT wire between the RFC relay and the RFC unit. Also replace the No. A1-3 (50 A) fuse in the under-hood fuse/relay box.■ NO The RFC DRIVER RLY OUT wire is OK. Go to step 6. 6. Relay check: cardiagn.com ‐1. Test the RFC relay. Is the rela
  • Page 1068Test point 1 RFC relay 4P socket No. 3 Test point 2 PCM connector A (50P) No. 30 Is there continuity? YES The RFC RLY CL- wire is OK. Go to step 9. NO Repair an open in the RFC RLY CL- wire between the PCM (A30) and the RFC relay.■ cardiagn.com 9. Relay check: ‐1. Test the RFC relay. Is the relay OK
  • Page 1069YES Repair a short in the FAN CONTROL wire between the PCM (A17) and the RFC unit.■ NO The FAN CONTROL wire is not shorted. Go to step 12. 12. Open wire check (FAN CONTROL line): ‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode PCM connector A (50P): disco
  • Page 1070Is there battery voltage? YES The +B RFC wire is OK. Go to step 14. NO Repair an open in the +B RFC wire between the No. A1-3 (50 A) fuse in the under-hood fuse/relay box and the RFC relay.■ 14. Relay check: ‐1. Test the RFC relay. Is the relay OK? YES Go to step 15. NO Replace the RFC relay.■ 15. O
  • Page 1071‐2. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode RFC unit connector B (3P): disconnected RFC unit connector A (2P): disconnected Test point 1 RFC unit connector A (2P) No. 2 Test point 2 Body ground Is there continuity? cardiagn.com YES The GND wire is OK.
  • Page 1072DTC Troubleshooting: P0498 DTC P0498: EVAP Canister Vent Shut Valve Circuit Low Voltage NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. cardiagn.com DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0498 EVAP Canister Vent Shut Valve Circuit Low Voltage 1. EVAP system check:
  • Page 1073Is DTC P0498 indicated? YES Go to step 3. NO Go to step 2. 2. Problem verification: ‐1. Select the EVAP TEST in the INSPECTION MENU, and do the EVAP CVS ON in the SINGLE SOLENOID with the HDS. ‐2. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0498 EVAP
  • Page 1074YES The IGPS(LAF) wire is OK. Go to step 4. NO Check the No. A11 (5 A) fuse in the under-hood fuse/relay box. If the fuse is OK, repair an open in the IGPS(LAF) wire between the No. A11 (5 A) fuse in the under-hood fuse/relay box and the EVAP canister vent shut valve.■ 4. EVAP canister vent shut val
  • Page 1075Terminal B Body ground ‐2. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode EVAP canister vent shut valve 2P connector: disconnected EVAP canister vent shut valve 2P connector No. 2: jumped to body ground PCM connector A (50P): disconnected Test point 1 PCM co
  • Page 1076DTC Troubleshooting: P04DF DTC P04DF: EVAP System High Purge Flow Detected cardiagn.com Special Tools Required ・Vacuum Pump/Gauge, 0-30 inHg Snap-on YA4000A or equivalent, commercially available ・Vacuum/Pressure Gauge, 0-4 inHg 07JAZ-001000B NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubles
  • Page 1077‐1. Remove the EVAP canister purge valve with its connector and vacuum hose connected. ‐2. Disconnect the vacuum hose (purge line) (A) from the EVAP canister purge valve (B) in the engine compartment, then connect a T-fitting (C), a vacuum gauge, and a vacuum pump/gauge, 0-30 inHg, to the vacuum hos
  • Page 1078DTC Troubleshooting: P04F1 cardiagn.com DTC P04F1: EVAP System Low Purge Flow Detected Special Tools Required ・Vacuum Pump/Gauge, 0-30 inHg Snap-on YA4000A or equivalent, commercially available ・Vacuum/Pressure Gauge, 0-4 inHg 07JAZ-001000B NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troublesh
  • Page 1079‐2. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐3. Select the EVAP TEST in the INSPECTION MENU, then select the FUNCTION TEST with the HDS. Is the result OK? YES Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the FTP sensor, the EVAP canister purge valve, the
  • Page 1080‐4. Apply about 2 kPa (0.6 inHg, 15 mmHg) of vacuum to the hose. cardiagn.com Does the hose hold vacuum? YES Check for a blockage in the EVAP purge line between the EVAP canister purge valve and the EVAP canister.■ NO Go to step 4. 4. EVAP canister purge valve check: ‐1. Inspect the EVAP canister pu
  • Page 1081‐2. Start the engine, and let it idle. Is there vacuum? cardiagn.com YES Go to step 6. NO Check for blockage at purge tube A between the intake manifold and the EVAP canister purge valve.■ 6. FTP sensor performance check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Remove the FTP sensor with it
  • Page 1082‐6. Slowly apply about 1.3 kPa (0.4 inHg, 10 mmHg) of vacuum to the hose. NOTE: Be careful not to exceed the vacuum. If you do, the FTP sensor can be damaged. ‐7. Check the FTP SENSOR in the DATA LIST with the HDS. Signal Current conditions Values Unit FTP SENSOR Does the value change? YES Go to ste
  • Page 1083DTC Troubleshooting: P0502 cardiagn.com DTC P0502: CVT Speed Sensor Circuit Open/Short NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. This code is caused by an electrical circuit problem and cannot be caused by a mechanical problem in the transmission. DTC Description
  • Page 1084‐3. Raise the vehicle on a lift. Make sure it is securely supported, and allow all four wheels to rotate freely. ‐4. Start the engine, disable the VSA by pressing the VSA OFF button. NOTE: Enter the VSA maintenance mode in case of the vehicle speed above 31 mph (50 km/h). ‐5. Run the vehicle with th
  • Page 1085‐2. Disconnect the following connector. TCM 50P connector ‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode CVT speed sensor 3P connector: disconnected TCM 50P connector: disconnected Test point 1 CVT speed sensor 3P connector No. 3 Test point 2 TCM 50P con
  • Page 1086TCM 50P connector: disconnected Test point 1 CVT speed sensor 3P connector No. 1 Test point 2 Body ground Is there continuity? YES Repair a short to ground in the VEL-PWM wire between the CVT speed sensor and the TCM.■ NO The VEL-PWM wire is not shorted. Go to step 6. 6. Open wire check (VEL-PWM lin
  • Page 1087DTC Troubleshooting: P0507 DTC P0507: Idle Control System RPM Higher Than Expected NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0507 Idle Control System RPM Higher cardiagn.com Than Expected 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Tur
  • Page 1088‐2. Check for vacuum leaks at these parts: PCV valve PCV hose EVAP canister purge valve Throttle body Intake air duct Intake manifold All parts through the turbocharger joint to the throttle body Are there any leaks? YES Repair or replace the leaking part(s).■ NO Recheck with different load conditio
  • Page 1089DTC Troubleshooting: P050D cardiagn.com DTC P050D: Cold Start Idle Speed Problem NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P050D Cold Start Idle Speed Problem 1. PGM-FI system check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐
  • Page 1090YES Go to the indicated DTC's troubleshooting.■ NO Go to step 2. 2. Intake air duct visual check: ‐1. Check for poor connection or blockage at the intake air duct. Is it OK? YES Go to step 3. NO Reconnect or repair the intake air duct, or replace it if needed.■ 3. Air cleaner housing visual check: ‐
  • Page 1091YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 6. NO If the HDS indicates PASSED, intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the CKP sensor, the throttle body, MAF/IAT sensor 1, ECT sensor 1, ECT sensor 2, and the PCM. If the on-board snapshot of
  • Page 1092DTC Troubleshooting: P0533 DTC P0533: A/C Pressure Sensor Circuit High Voltage cardiagn.com NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0533 A/C Pressure Sensor Circuit High Voltage 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Start the e
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  • Page 1094YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the A/C pressure sensor and the PCM. If the on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions with the
  • Page 1095Is there about 5.0 V? YES Go to step 4. NO Go to step 5. 4. Open wire check (PD SENSOR line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. cardiagn.com ‐3. Disconnect the following connector. PCM connector A (50P) ‐4. Check for continu
  • Page 1096‐3. Disconnect the following connector. PCM connector E (80P) ‐4. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode A/C pressure sensor 3P connector: disconnected PCM connector E (80P): disconnected Test point 1 A/C pressure sensor 3P connector No. 1 Test point
  • Page 1097DTC Troubleshooting: P0563 cardiagn.com DTC P0563: PCM Power Source Circuit Unexpected Voltage NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0563 PCM Power Source Circuit Unexpected Voltage 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn
  • Page 1098‐5. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐6. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0563 PCM Power Source Circuit Unexpected Voltage Is DTC P0563 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at thi
  • Page 1099‐1. Remove and test the relay circuit board. Is the relay circuit board OK? YES Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good PCM, then recheck. If DTC P0563 goes away and the PCM was substituted, replace the original
  • Page 1100DTC Troubleshooting: P0571 cardiagn.com DTC P0571: Brake Pedal Position Switch Circuit Malfunction
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  • Page 1102Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. If the accelerator pedal is pressed with pressing the brake pedal lightly and continuously for 5 minutes or more, this DTC will be stored. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0571 Brake Pedal Position Switch Circuit Malf
  • Page 1103‐4. Press the brake pedal, and measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode PCM connector A (50P): disconnected Brake pedal: pressed Test point 1 PCM connector A (50P) No. 26 Test point 2 Body ground Is there battery voltage? YES The STOP SW wire is OK. Che
  • Page 11048. Open wire check (STOP SW line): ‐1. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. ‐2. Disconnect the following connector. PCM connector A (50P) ‐3. Press the brake pedal, and measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode PCM connector A (50
  • Page 1105DTC Troubleshooting: P060A DTC P060A: PCM Internal Control Module Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P060A PCM Internal Control Module Malfunction 1. Problem verification: cardiagn.com ‐1. Turn the vehi
  • Page 1106DTC Troubleshooting: P0616 DTC P0616: Starter Cut Relay Diagnosis Circuit Low Voltage NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. cardiagn.com DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0616 Starter Cut Relay Diagnosis Circuit Low Voltage 1. Problem verification: ‐
  • Page 1107YES Go to step 3. NO Replace the relay circuit board.■ 3. Shorted wire check (ST RLY 1 TO 2 line): ‐1. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. ‐2. Disconnect the following connector. PCM connector A (50P) ‐3. Measure the resistance between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Veh
  • Page 1108DTC Troubleshooting: P062B DTC P062B: PCM Internal Circuit Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P062B PCM Internal Circuit Malfunction 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. cardiag
  • Page 1109DTC Troubleshooting: P062F DTC P062F: PCM Internal Control Module Keep Alive Memory (KAM) Error NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P062F PCM Internal Control Module Keep Alive Memory (KAM) Error 1. Problem verifica
  • Page 1110DTC Troubleshooting: P0630 cardiagn.com DTC P0630: VIN Not Programmed or Mismatch NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. This DTC is stored only when the PCM does not have the VIN information of the vehicle. Use the HDS to input the missing VIN information. DT
  • Page 1111‐1. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P062F PCM Internal Control Module Keep Alive Memory (KAM) Error Is DTC P062F indicated? YES Go to the troubleshooting for DTC P062F.■ NO Go to step 4. 4. PCM check: ‐1. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐2. Tur
  • Page 1112DTC Troubleshooting: P0641 cardiagn.com DTC P0641: Sensor Reference Voltage A Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0641 Sensor Reference Voltage A Malfunction 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicl
  • Page 1113Is DTC P0641 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the PCM and these parts. If the on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditi
  • Page 1114DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0641 Sensor Reference Voltage A Malfunction Is DTC P0641 indicated? YES Replace the part that caused the DTC when it was reconnected.■ NO Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the PCM and the following parts, then go to step 1. CKP sensor MAP sen
  • Page 1115‐2. Measure the voltage between these test points and body ground individually. Test condition Vehicle ON mode CKP sensor 3P connector: disconnected MAP sensor 3P connector: disconnected Fuel rail pressure sensor 3P connector: disconnected Throttle body 6P connector: disconnected APP sensor 6P conne
  • Page 1116DTC Troubleshooting: P0651 DTC P0651: Sensor Reference Voltage 2 Circuit Malfunction NOTE: cardiagn.com Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. This code is caused by an electrical circuit problem and cannot be caused by a mechanical problem in the transmission. DTC
  • Page 1117‐5. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending Freeze DTC DTC Frame P0651 Sensor Reference Voltage 2 Circuit Malfunction Is DTC P0651 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poo
  • Page 1118YES Replace the part that caused the DTC when it was reconnected.■ NO Check for poor connections and loose terminals at the TCM and the following parts, then go to step 1. CVT speed sensor Torque converter turbine speed sensor 4. Shorted wire check (VCC lines to ground): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the
  • Page 1119DTC Troubleshooting: P065A DTC P065A: ACG No Charging Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. cardiagn.com DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P065A ACG No Charging Malfunction 1. DTC check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear the D
  • Page 1120YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 3. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check the alternator and the drive belt. If the on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions with the on-board snapshot.■ 3. Drive belt check: ‐1.
  • Page 1121DTC Troubleshooting: P06A8 DTC P06A8: Internal VCC Power Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P06A8 Internal VCC Power Malfunction 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. cardiagn.co
  • Page 1122DTC Troubleshooting: P0705 cardiagn.com DTC P0705: Transmission Range Switch Multiple Shift Position Input NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. This code is caused by an electrical circuit problem and cannot be caused by a mechanical problem in the transmiss
  • Page 1123‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Compare the transmission range switch signal inputs with the HDS to the following table, in each shift lever position/mode. Signal Threshold Current conditions P R N D S L* Values Unit A/T P Switch ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF A/T R Switch OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF A/
  • Page 1124‐3. Connect the transmission range switch connector terminal that incorrectly indicates ON in step 2 to ground with a jumper wire. Signal Transmission range switch 10P connector Terminal Terminal number name A/T P Switch 5 ATP-P A/T R Switch 4 ATP-R A/T N Switch 9 ATP-N A/T D Switch 3 ATP-D A/T S Sw
  • Page 1125‐4. Compare the transmission range switch signal inputs with the HDS to the following table. Signal Current conditions Values Unit A/T P Switch A/T R Switch A/T N Switch A/T D Switch A/T S Switch A/T L Switch* Forward Switch Reverse Switch *: Without paddle shifter Do multiple transmission range swi
  • Page 1126‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Remove the shift position indicator panel. ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐4. Check the transmission range switch signal input that remained ON with the HDS to the following table. Signal Current conditions Values Unit A/T P Switch A/T R Switch
  • Page 1127Does the circuit that indicated ON have continuity to ground? cardiagn.com
  • Page 1128YES Repair a short to ground in the wire between the corresponding transmission range switch connector terminal, the shift position indicator, and the TCM.■ NO The wires are OK. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a know
  • Page 1129DTC Troubleshooting: P0711 cardiagn.com DTC P0711: CVT Fluid Temperature Sensor (Range/Performance) NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. This code is caused by an electrical circuit problem and cannot be caused by a mechanical problem in the transmission. DT
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  • Page 1131Do the current condition(s) match the threshold? YES Go to step 2. NO Go to step 3. 2. Transmission fluid temperature sensor check (after warm up): ‐1. Start the engine, and warm it up to normal operating temperature (the radiator fan comes on twice). ‐2. Check the parameter(s) below with the HDS. S
  • Page 1132‐2. Check the parameter(s) below with the HDS. Signal Threshold Current conditions Values Unit Values Unit CVTF Temperature 230 or more °F 110 or more °C Do the current condition(s) match the threshold? 230 °F (110 °C) or higher Faulty transmission fluid temperature sensor. Replace the solenoid wire
  • Page 1133DTC Troubleshooting: P0713 cardiagn.com DTC P0713: CVT Fluid Temperature Sensor (Open) NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. This code is caused by an electrical circuit problem and cannot be caused by a mechanical problem in the transmission. DTC Description
  • Page 1134YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections and loose terminals between the transmission fluid temperature sensor and the TCM. If the freeze data/on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failur
  • Page 1135‐5. Check the parameter(s) below with the HDS. Signal Threshold Current conditions Values Unit Values Unit CVTF Temp Sensor (V) Less than V 0.07 Do the current condition(s) match the threshold? YES Faulty transmission fluid temperature sensor. Replace solenoid wire harness A.■ NO The transmission fl
  • Page 1136DTC Troubleshooting: P0717 cardiagn.com DTC P0717: Input/Turbine Speed Sensor "A" Circuit No Signal NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. This code is caused by an electrical circuit problem and cannot be caused by a mechanical problem in the transmission. DT
  • Page 1137‐3. Raise the vehicle on a lift. Make sure it is securely supported, and allow all four wheels to rotate freely. ‐4. Start the engine, disable the VSA by pressing the VSA OFF button. NOTE: Enter the VSA maintenance mode in case of the vehicle speed above 31 mph (50 km/h). ‐5. Run the vehicle at spee
  • Page 1138Test point 1 Torque converter turbine speed sensor 3P connector No. 3 Test point 2 Body ground Is there about 5 V? YES The VCC2 wire is OK. Go to step 4. NO Repair an open in the VCC2 wire between the torque converter turbine speed sensor and the TCM.■ 4. Torque converter turbine speed sensor check:
  • Page 1139Is there continuity? YES Repair a short to ground in the NT wire between the torque converter turbine speed sensor and the TCM.■ NO The NT wire is not shorted. Go to step 6. 6. Open wire check (NT line): ‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Tor
  • Page 1140DTC Troubleshooting: P0741 cardiagn.com DTC P0741: Torque Converter Clutch Circuit Performance or Stuck OFF NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending Freeze DTC DTC Frame P0741 Torque Converter Clutch Circuit Performance or Stuck
  • Page 1141YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. If the freeze data/on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions with the freeze data/on-board snapshot.■ 2. Shift solenoid valve B check: ‐1. Do t
  • Page 1142DTC Troubleshooting: P0746 DTC P0746: CVT Drive Pulley Pressure Control Solenoid Valve Stuck OFF NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending Freeze DTC DTC Frame P0746 CVT Drive Pulley Pressure Control Solenoid Valve Stuck OFF 1. P
  • Page 1143DTC Troubleshooting: P0777 DTC P0777: CVT Driven Pulley Pressure Control Solenoid Valve Stuck ON NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending Freeze DTC DTC Frame P0777 CVT Driven Pulley Pressure Control Solenoid Valve Stuck ON 1. P
  • Page 1144DTC Troubleshooting: P0780 DTC P0780: Shift Error NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. This code is stored whenever DTCs P1898 and P1899 are detected. DTC Description Confirmed Pending Freeze DTC DTC Frame P0780 Shift Error cardiagn.com 1. Problem verificati
  • Page 1145YES The failure is duplicated. Go to the indicated DTC's troubleshooting.■ P1898 P1899 NO There are no DTCs along with DTC P0780. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good TCM, then recheck. If this DTC goes away
  • Page 1146DTC Troubleshooting: P0792 DTC P0792: Intermediate Shaft Speed Sensor "A" Circuit Range/Performance NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. This code is caused by an electrical circuit problem and cannot be caused by a mechanical problem in the transmission. ca
  • Page 1147YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections and loose terminals between the CVT drive pulley speed sensor and the TCM. If the freeze data/on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under
  • Page 1148DTC Troubleshooting: P0793 cardiagn.com DTC P0793: Intermediate Shaft Speed Sensor "A" Circuit No Signal NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. This code is caused by an electrical circuit problem and cannot be caused by a mechanical problem in the transmissio
  • Page 1149‐3. Raise the vehicle on a lift. Make sure it is securely supported, and allow all four wheels to rotate freely. ‐4. Start the engine, disable the VSA by pressing the VSA OFF button. NOTE: Enter the VSA maintenance mode in case of the vehicle speed above 31 mph (50 km/h). ‐5. Run the vehicle with th
  • Page 1150Test point 2 Body ground Is there about 5 V? YES The VCC1 wire is OK. Go to step 4. NO Repair an open in the VCC1 wire between the CVT drive pulley speed sensor and the TCM.■ 4. CVT drive pulley speed sensor check: ‐1. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle ON mode C
  • Page 1151Is there continuity? YES Repair a short to ground in the NDR-PWM wire between the CVT drive pulley speed sensor and the TCM.■ NO The NDR-PWM wire is not shorted. Go to step 6. 6. Open wire check (NDR-PWM line): ‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) m
  • Page 1152DTC Troubleshooting: P0796 DTC P0796: Pressure Control Solenoid Valve "C" Performance or Stuck OFF NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending Freeze DTC DTC Frame P0796 Pressure Control Solenoid Valve "C" Performance or Stuck OFF
  • Page 1153DTC Troubleshooting: P0797 DTC P0797: Pressure Control Solenoid Valve "C" Stuck ON NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending Freeze DTC DTC Frame P0797 Pressure Control Solenoid Valve "C" Stuck ON 1. Problem verification: cardiag
  • Page 1154DTC Troubleshooting: P0833-14 DTC P0833-14: Clutch ON/OFF Signal Circuit Error NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. If a DTC related to the electric parking brake system is recorded at the same time, first perform a troubleshooting for the electric parking b
  • Page 1155DTC Troubleshooting: P0842 cardiagn.com DTC P0842: Transmission Fluid Pressure Sensor/Switch "A" Circuit Low NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. This code is caused by an electrical circuit problem and cannot be caused by a mechanical problem in the transmi
  • Page 1156YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections and loose terminals between the CVT driven pulley pressure sensor and the TCM. If the freeze data/on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure un
  • Page 11574. Open wire check (VCC4 line): ‐1. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle ON mode CVT driven pulley pressure sensor 3P connector: disconnected Test point 1 CVT driven pulley pressure sensor 3P connector No. 3 Test point 2 Body ground Is there about 5 V? YES The VCC4
  • Page 1158DTC Troubleshooting: P0843 DTC P0843: Transmission Fluid Pressure Sensor/Switch "A" Circuit High NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. cardiagn.com This code is caused by an electrical circuit problem and cannot be caused by a mechanical problem in the transm
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  • Page 1160Do the current condition(s) match the threshold? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections and loose terminals between the CVT driven pulley pressure sensor and the TCM. If the freeze data/on-board snapshot of this
  • Page 1161Is there continuity? YES The PDN wire is OK. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good TCM, then recheck. If this DTC goes away and the TCM was substituted, replace the original TCM.■ NO Repair an open in the PDN
  • Page 1162Is there about 5 V? YES Repair an open in the SG4 wire between the CVT driven pulley pressure sensor and the TCM.■ NO Repair an open in the VCC4 wire between the CVT driven pulley pressure sensor and the TCM.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 1163DTC Troubleshooting: P0850 cardiagn.com DTC P0850: Neutral Position Sensor A/B Incorrect Voltage Correlation NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0850 Neutral Position Sensor A/B Incorrect Voltage Correlation 1. Pro
  • Page 1164YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the neutral position sensor and the PCM. If the on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions with
  • Page 1165Is there continuity? YES Repair a short in the NSS1 wire to NSS2 wire between the PCM and the neutral position sensor.■ NO The NSS1 wire and the NSS2 wire are OK. Replace the neutral position sensor.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 1166DTC Troubleshooting: P0851 cardiagn.com DTC P0851: Neutral Position Sensor A Circuit Low Voltage NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0851 Neutral Position Sensor A Circuit Low Voltage 1. Problem verification: ‐1. T
  • Page 1167‐3. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P0851 Neutral Position Sensor A Circuit Low Voltage Is DTC P0851 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections
  • Page 1168YES Replace the neutral position sensor.■ NO Go to step 4. 4. Open wire check (VCC2 line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. ‐3. Disconnect the following connector. PCM connector E (80P) ‐4. Check for continuity between test
  • Page 1169‐5. Check the parameter(s) below with the HDS. Signal Current conditions Values Unit Neutral Position Sensor 1 Is about 5.0 V indicated? YES Replace the neutral position sensor.■ NO Go to step 6. 6. Shorted wire check (NSS1 line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Remove the jumper wi
  • Page 1170Is there continuity? YES The NSS1 wire is OK. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good PCM, then recheck. If DTC P0851 goes away and the PCM was substituted, replace the original PCM.■ NO Repair an open in the NS
  • Page 1171DTC Troubleshooting: P0962, P0963 cardiagn.com DTC P0962: CVT Drive Pulley Pressure Control Valve Circuit Low DTC P0963: CVT Drive Pulley Pressure Control Valve Circuit High NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. This code is caused by an electrical circuit pr
  • Page 1172‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐3. Start the engine, and wait for at least 1 second. ‐4. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending Freeze DTC DTC Frame P0962 CVT Drive Pulley Pressure Control Valve Circuit Low P0963 CVT
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  • Page 1174Is there continuity? YES Repair a short to ground in the DRLS wire between the CVT drive pulley pressure control solenoid valve and the TCM.■ NO The DRLS wire is OK. Faulty CVT drive pulley pressure control solenoid valve. Replace the valve body assembly.■ 4. Open wire check (DRLS/DRC+ line): ‐1. Di
  • Page 1175DTC Troubleshooting: P0966, P0967 cardiagn.com DTC P0966: CVT Driven Pulley Pressure Control Valve Circuit Low DTC P0967: CVT Driven Pulley Pressure Control Valve Circuit High NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. This code is caused by an electrical circuit
  • Page 1176‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐3. Start the engine, and wait for at least 1 second. ‐4. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending Freeze DTC DTC Frame P0966 CVT Driven Pulley Pressure Control Valve Circuit Low P0967 CVT
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  • Page 1178Is there continuity? YES Repair a short to ground in the DNLS wire between the CVT driven pulley pressure control solenoid valve and the TCM.■ NO The DNLS wire is OK. Faulty CVT driven pulley pressure control solenoid valve. Replace the valve body assembly.■ 4. Open wire check (DNLS/DNC+ line): ‐1.
  • Page 1179DTC Troubleshooting: P0970, P0971 cardiagn.com DTC P0970: Pressure Control Solenoid "C" Control Circuit Low DTC P0971: Pressure Control Solenoid "C" Control Circuit High NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. This code is caused by an electrical circuit proble
  • Page 1180‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐3. Start the engine, and wait for at least 1 second. ‐4. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending Freeze DTC DTC Frame P0970 Pressure Control Solenoid "C" Control Circuit Low P0971 Pressu
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  • Page 1182Is there continuity? YES Repair a short to ground in the CPCLS wire between the CVT clutch pressure control solenoid valve and the TCM.■ NO The CPCLS wire is OK. Faulty CVT clutch pressure control solenoid valve. Replace the valve body assembly.■ 4. Open wire check (CPCLS/CPC+ line): ‐1. Disconnect
  • Page 1183DTC Troubleshooting: P0976, P0977 DTC P0976: Shift Solenoid Valve "B" Circuit Low cardiagn.com DTC P0977: Shift Solenoid Valve "B" Circuit High NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. This code is caused by an electrical circuit problem and cannot be caused by
  • Page 1184‐3. Test-drive under following conditions: DTC Test-drive condition P0976 -1. Start the engine, and warm it up to normal operating temperature (the radiator fan comes on twice). -2. Test-drive the vehicle in D position/mode on a flat road at speeds about 37 mph (60 km/h) for at least 10 seconds. P09
  • Page 1185Test point 2 Body ground Is there continuity? YES Repair a short to ground in the SOL B wire between shift solenoid valve B and the TCM.■ NO The SOL B wire is OK. Faulty shift solenoid valve B. Replace the valve body assembly.■ 4. Open wire check (SOL B/SHB+ line): ‐1. Disconnect the following conne
  • Page 1186DTC Troubleshooting: P1009 DTC P1009: VTC A Advance Malfunction NOTE: cardiagn.com Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. If DTC P0341 is stored at the same time as DTC P1009, troubleshoot DTC P1009 first, then recheck for DTC P0341. If DTC P1009 set after replacing
  • Page 1187Is the solenoid valve OK? YES Go to step 3. NO Replace VTC oil control solenoid valve A.■ 3. VTC actuator A check: ‐1. Inspect VTC actuator A. Is the actuator OK? YES Check the VTC system oil passages and clean them if needed.■ NO Replace VTC actuator A.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 1188DTC Troubleshooting: P101A DTC P101A: VTC B Advance Malfunction NOTE: cardiagn.com Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. If DTC P0366 is stored at the same time as DTC P101A, troubleshoot DTC P101A first, then recheck for DTC P0366. If DTC P101A set after replacing
  • Page 1189Is the solenoid valve OK? YES Go to step 3. NO Replace VTC oil control solenoid valve B.■ 3. VTC actuator B check: ‐1. Inspect VTC actuator B. Is the actuator OK? YES Check the VTC system oil passages and clean them if needed.■ NO Replace VTC actuator B.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 1190DTC Troubleshooting: P1172 DTC P1172: A/F Sensor (Sensor 1) Circuit Out of Range High NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P1172 A/F Sensor (Sensor 1) Circuit Out of Range High 1. Problem verification: cardiagn.com ‐
  • Page 1191DTC Troubleshooting: P1454, P2422 DTC P1454: FTP Sensor Circuit Range/Performance Problem DTC P2422: EVAP Canister Vent Shut Valve Stuck Closed Malfunction cardiagn.com NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P1454 FTP
  • Page 1192‐5. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐6. Check the parameter(s) below with the HDS. Signal Threshold Current conditions Values Unit Values Unit FTP SENSOR -0.67-0.67 kPa Do the current condition(s) match the threshold? YES Go to step 2. NO Go to step 5. 2. Problem verification: ‐1. Remove the emerge
  • Page 1193‐3. Remove the right front floor undercover. ‐4. Disconnect the EVAP canister vent hose (A) from the EVAP canister (B). cardiagn.com ‐5. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐6. Check the parameter(s) below with the HDS. Signal Threshold Current conditions Values Unit Values Unit FTP SENSOR -0.67-0.67 k
  • Page 1194Is the valve free of corrosion, and does it operate properly? YES The EVAP canister vent shut valve is OK. Go to step 5. NO Replace the EVAP canister vent shut valve.■ 5. FTP sensor vent hose restriction check: cardiagn.com ‐1. Disconnect the hose (A) from the FTP sensor (B). ‐2. Check the parameter
  • Page 1195‐3. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐4. Check the parameter(s) below with the HDS. Signal Threshold Current conditions cardiagn.com Values Unit Values Unit FTP SENSOR -0.67-0.67 kPa Do the current condition(s) match the threshold? YES The FTP sensor port is OK. The EVAP canister has an internal blo
  • Page 1196DTC Troubleshooting: P1458 cardiagn.com DTC P1458: FTP Sensor Circuit Range/Performance Problem Special Tools Required Vacuum Pump/Gauge, 0-30 inHg Snap-on YA4000A or equivalent, commercially available NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information.
  • Page 1197If any of DTCs listed below are indicated at the same time as DTC P1458, troubleshoot those DTCs first, then recheck for P1458. P0451, P0452, P0453, P1454: FTP sensor P2422: EVAP canister vent shut valve Do not start the engine during this troubleshooting. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P
  • Page 1198‐3. Check the recorded snapshot parameter with the HDS: MAX Value of FTP SENSOR (FINE) MIN Value of FTP SENSOR (FINE) Are the MAX and MIN values of the FTP SENSOR (FINE) within the range of ±0.67 kPa cardiagn.com (0.2 inHg, 5 mmHg)? YES Go to step 3. NO Go to step 5. 3. FTP sensor performance check
  • Page 1199YES Replace the FTP sensor.■ NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the FTP sensor, the EVAP canister vent shut valve, and the PCM. Also check for a blockage in the EVAP vent hose. If the on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try
  • Page 1200Is there any blockage or damage? YES Remove the blockage, or replace the FTP sensor if needed.■ NO Replace the FTP sensor.■ cardiagn.com 8. EVAP canister vent shut valve check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Remove the right front floor undercover. ‐3. Disconnect the EVAP canister
  • Page 1201‐6. Try to apply vacuum to the valve (not more than 5.3 kPa (1.6 inHg, 40 mmHg)) while checking the FTP SENSOR (FINE) in the DATA LIST with the HDS. NOTE: To avoid damaging the FTP sensor, do not apply more than 5.3 kPa (1.6 inHg, 40 mmHg) of vacuum. Signal Current conditions Values Unit FTP SENSOR
  • Page 1202DTC Troubleshooting: P145D DTC P145D: EVAP System Purge Flow Malfunction at turbocharging NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. If DTC P145D is indicated alone, do the troubleshooting for DTC P04DF and P04F0 using the on-board snapshot for P145D. If DTC P0441
  • Page 1203DTC Troubleshooting: P1549 DTC P1549: Charging System High Voltage NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. If a high voltage battery (24 V, etc.) is connected to the vehicle, this DTC can be stored. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P1549 Charging Syste
  • Page 1204DTC Troubleshooting: P154A DTC P154A: Battery Sensor Internal Failure NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P154A Battery Sensor Internal Failure 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. cardiagn.
  • Page 1205DTC Troubleshooting: P1658 cardiagn.com DTC P1658: ETCS Control Relay ON Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P1658 ETCS Control Relay ON Malfunction 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the O
  • Page 1206YES Go to step 3. NO Replace the relay circuit board.■ 3. Shorted wire check (FI SUB RLY CL- line): ‐1. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. ‐2. Disconnect the following connector. PCM connector A (50P) ‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehi
  • Page 1207DTC Troubleshooting: P1659 cardiagn.com DTC P1659: ETCS Control Relay OFF Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P1659 ETCS Control Relay OFF Malfunction 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the
  • Page 1208‐2. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐3. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P1659 ETCS Control Relay OFF Malfunction Is DTC P1659 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check
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  • Page 1210Is there battery voltage? YES The +B DBW wire is OK. Go to step 5. NO Repair an open in the +B DBW wire between the No. A8 (15 A) fuse in the under-hood fuse/relay box and the relay circuit board. If needed, replace the under-hood fuse/relay box.■ 5. Open wire check (FI SUB RLY OUT line): ‐1. Jump t
  • Page 1211Is there continuity? YES The FI SUB RLY CL- wire is OK. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good PCM, then recheck. If DTC P1659 goes away and the PCM was substituted, replace the original PCM.■ NO Repair an open
  • Page 1212YES Repair a short in the +B DBW wire between the No. A8 (15 A) fuse in the under-hood fuse/relay box and the relay circuit board. If needed, replace the under-hood fuse/relay box. Also replace the No. A8 (15 A) fuse under-hood fuse/relay box.■ NO The +B DBW wire is OK. Check for any authorized serv
  • Page 1213DTC Troubleshooting: P1683 DTC P1683: Throttle Valve Default Position Spring Performance Problem Do not insert your fingers into the installed throttle body when you turn the vehicle to the ON mode, or while the vehicle is in ON mode. If you do, you will seriously injure your fingers if cardiagn.com
  • Page 1214YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the throttle body and the PCM. If the on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions with the on-bo
  • Page 1215DTC Troubleshooting: P1684 DTC P1684: Throttle Valve Return Spring Performance Problem Do not insert your fingers into the installed throttle body when you turn the vehicle to the ON mode, or while the vehicle is in ON mode. If you do, you will seriously injure your fingers if cardiagn.com the throt
  • Page 1216YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the throttle body and the PCM. If the on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions with the on-bo
  • Page 1217DTC Troubleshooting: P16BB DTC P16BB: Alternator B Terminal Circuit Low Voltage NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. cardiagn.com DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P16BB Alternator B Terminal Circuit Low Voltage 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the
  • Page 1218YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the alternator and under-hood fuse/relay box. If the on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions
  • Page 1219DTC Troubleshooting: P16E2 cardiagn.com DTC P16E2: PGM-FI-ACG LIN Communication Error NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. Check for a loose terminal on the alternator (+B terminal). If the alternator +B terminal was loose, DTC P16E2 will be stored.
  • Page 1220DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P16E2 PGM-FI-ACG LIN Communication Error 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐4. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, and wait 10 seconds. ‐5. Check for Pendin
  • Page 1221Is there continuity? YES Go to step 4. NO Go to step 5. 4. Shorted wire check (LIN(BATT SENSOR)/LIN line): ‐1. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. cardiagn.com ‐2. Continue to check for continuity between the alternator 1P connector terminal and body ground, while disconnect
  • Page 1222Is there continuity? YES Replace the alternator.■ NO Go to step 6. 6. Open wire check (LIN(BATT SENSOR)/LIN line): ‐1. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. ‐2. Disconnect the following connectors. Alternator 1P connector PCM connector A (50P) ‐3. Check for continuity between
  • Page 1223‐4. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Alternator 1P connector: disconnected PCM connector A (50P): disconnected Test point 1 Alternator 1P connector No. 1 Test point 2 PCM connector A (50P) No. 10 Is there continuity? cardiagn.com YES The LIN(BA
  • Page 1224DTC Troubleshooting: P16E3 cardiagn.com
  • Page 1225DTC P16E3: PGM-FI-Battery Sensor LIN Communication Error cardiagn.com
  • Page 1226NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. Check for loose terminals on the 12 volt battery sensor (12 volt battery negative (-) terminal). DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P16E3 PGM-FI-Battery Sensor LIN Communication Error 1. Problem verification: ‐1. T
  • Page 1227Test point 2 Body ground Is there continuity? YES Go to step 4. NO Go to step 5. 4. Shorted wire check (LIN(BATT SENSOR)/LIN line): ‐1. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. cardiagn.com ‐2. Continue to check for continuity between 12 volt battery sensor 2P connector terminal
  • Page 1228Is there continuity? YES Replace the 12 volt battery sensor.■ NO Go to step 6. 6. Open wire check (LIN(BATT SENSOR) line): ‐1. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. ‐2. Disconnect the following connectors. 12 volt battery sensor 2P connector PCM connector A (50P) ‐3. Check for
  • Page 1229‐1. Disconnect the following connector. 12 volt battery sensor 2P connector ‐2. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode 12 volt battery sensor 2P connector: disconnected Test point 1 12 volt battery sensor 2P connector No. 1 Test point 2 Body ground Is
  • Page 1230DTC Troubleshooting: P16E4 DTC P16E4: ACG High-temperature NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. This DTC is stored when the alternator temperature is high. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P16E4 ACG High-temperature cardiagn.com 1. Problem verificat
  • Page 1231DTC Troubleshooting: P16E6 cardiagn.com DTC P16E6: Transmission Range Switch START Switch Circuit Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P16E6 Transmission Range Switch START Switch Circuit Malfunction 1. P
  • Page 1232YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the transmission range switch and the PCM. If the on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions wi
  • Page 1233Is there continuity? YES Replace the transmission range switch.■ NO Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the transmission range switch and the PCM, and test the transmission range switch. If they are OK, check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are
  • Page 1234DTC Troubleshooting: P16F3 cardiagn.com DTC P16F3: Starter Cut Relay 1 Control Circuit Low Voltage NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P16F3 Starter Cut Relay 1 Control Circuit Low Voltage 1. Engine starting check:
  • Page 1235YES Go to step 2. NO Go to step 4. 2. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐3. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐4. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P16F3 Starter Cut Relay 1 Cont
  • Page 1236‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. ‐3. Disconnect the following connector. PCM connector A (50P) ‐4. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐5. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle ON mode PCM con
  • Page 1237‐1. Check the following fuse. Fuse No. B21 (10 A) Location Under-dash fuse/relay box Is the fuse OK? YES Go to step 7. NO Check for a short in the IG1 ACG wire between the B21 (10 A) fuse and the relay circuit board, and repair it as needed. Also replace the B21 (10 A) fuse.■ 7. Open wire check (IG1
  • Page 1238DTC Troubleshooting: P16F4 cardiagn.com DTC P16F4: Starter Cut Relay 2 Control Circuit Low Voltage NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P16F4 Starter Cut Relay 2 Control Circuit Low Voltage 1. Engine starting check:
  • Page 1239YES Go to step 2. NO Go to step 4. 2. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐3. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐4. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P16F4 Starter Cut Relay 2 Cont
  • Page 1240‐2. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. ‐3. Disconnect the following connector. PCM connector A (50P) ‐4. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐5. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle ON mode PCM connector A (50P): disconnected Test point 1 PCM
  • Page 1241‐1. Check the following fuse. Fuse No. B21 (10 A) Location Under-dash fuse/relay box Is the fuse OK? YES Go to step 7. NO Check for a short in the IG1 ACG wire between the No. B21 (10 A) fuse and the relay circuit board, and repair it as needed. Also replace the No. B21 (10 A) fuse.■ 7. Open wire ch
  • Page 1242DTC Troubleshooting: P16F5 DTC P16F5: Starter Cut Relay 1 Control Circuit High Voltage NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. cardiagn.com DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P16F5 Starter Cut Relay 1 Control Circuit High Voltage 1. Problem verification:
  • Page 1243Is the relay circuit board OK? YES Go to step 3. NO Replace the relay circuit board.■ 3. Shorted wire check (ST CUT RLY1 CL- line to power): ‐1. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. ‐2. Disconnect the following connector. PCM connector A (50P) ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the ON m
  • Page 1244DTC Troubleshooting: P16F6 DTC P16F6: Starter Cut Relay 2 Control Circuit High Voltage NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. cardiagn.com DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P16F6 Starter Cut Relay 2 Control Circuit High Voltage 1. Problem verification:
  • Page 1245‐2. Remove and test the relay circuit board. Is the relay circuit board OK? YES Go to step 3. NO Replace the relay circuit board.■ 3. Shorted wire check (ST CUT RLY2 CL- line to power): ‐1. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. ‐2. Disconnect the following connector. PCM conne
  • Page 1246DTC Troubleshooting: P1707 cardiagn.com DTC P1707: Neutral Position Sensor B Circuit Low Voltage NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P1707 Neutral Position Sensor B Circuit Low Voltage 1. Problem verification: ‐1. T
  • Page 1247‐3. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P1707 Neutral Position Sensor B Circuit Low Voltage Is DTC P1707 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections
  • Page 1248YES Replace the neutral position sensor.■ NO Go to step 4. 4. Open wire check (VCC2 line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. ‐3. Disconnect the following connector. PCM connector E (80P) ‐4. Check for continuity between test
  • Page 1249‐5. Check the parameter(s) below with the HDS. Signal Current conditions Values Unit Neutral Position Sensor 2 Is about 5.0 V indicated? YES Replace the neutral position sensor.■ NO Go to step 6. 6. Shorted wire check (NSS2 line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Remove the jumper wi
  • Page 1250Is there continuity? YES The NSS2 wire is OK. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good PCM, then recheck. If DTC P1707 goes away and the PCM was substituted, replace the original PCM.■ NO Repair an open in the NS
  • Page 1251DTC Troubleshooting: P1708 cardiagn.com DTC P1708: Neutral Position Sensor B Circuit High Voltage NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P1708 Neutral Position Sensor B Circuit High Voltage 1. Problem verification: ‐1.
  • Page 1252‐3. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P1708 Neutral Position Sensor B Circuit High Voltage Is DTC P1708 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections
  • Page 12534. Open wire check (SG2 line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. ‐3. Disconnect the following connector. PCM connector E (80P) ‐4. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Neut
  • Page 1254‐2. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. ‐3. Disconnect the following connector. PCM connector E (80P) ‐4. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐5. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle ON mode Neutral position sensor 4P connector: disconnected P
  • Page 1255DTC Troubleshooting: P1717 DTC P1717: Transmission Range Switch ATP RVS Switch (Open or Short) cardiagn.com NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. This code is caused by an electrical circuit problem and cannot be caused by a mechanical problem in the transmis
  • Page 1256‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Transmission range switch 10P connector ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐4. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle ON mode Transmission range switch 10P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Transmission range switch 10P co
  • Page 1257DTC Troubleshooting: P1840 DTC P1840: CVT Speed Sensor Circuit Forward Rotation Range/Performance NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending Freeze DTC DTC Frame P1840 CVT Speed Sensor Circuit Forward Rotation Range/Performance 1.
  • Page 1258DTC Troubleshooting: P1841 DTC P1841: CVT Speed Sensor Circuit Reverse Rotation Range/Performance NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending Freeze DTC DTC Frame P1841 CVT Speed Sensor Circuit Reverse Rotation Range/Performance 1.
  • Page 1259DTC Troubleshooting: P1844 DTC P1844: CVT Input Shaft Speed Sensor Circuit Forward Rotation Range/Performance NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending Freeze DTC DTC Frame P1844 CVT Input Shaft Speed Sensor Circuit Forward Rotat
  • Page 1260DTC Troubleshooting: P1845 DTC P1845: CVT Input Shaft Speed Sensor Circuit Reverse Rotation Range/Performance NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending Freeze DTC DTC Frame P1845 CVT Input Shaft Speed Sensor Circuit Reverse Rotat
  • Page 1261DTC Troubleshooting: P1890 DTC P1890: CVT Speed Control System NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending Freeze DTC DTC Frame P1890 CVT Speed Control System cardiagn.com 1. DTC check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Chec
  • Page 1262YES The failure is duplicated. Replace the transmission.■ NO If the HDS indicates PASSED, intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. If the HDS indicates NOT COMPLETED, test-drive again. If the freeze data/on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the sa
  • Page 1263DTC Troubleshooting: P1898 DTC P1898: CVT Drive Pulley Pressure Control Valve Stuck ON or CVT Driven Pulley Pressure Control Valve Stuck OFF NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending Freeze DTC DTC Frame P1898 CVT Drive Pulley Pr
  • Page 1264DTC Troubleshooting: P1899 DTC P1899: CVT Drive Pulley Pressure Control Valve Stuck OFF or CVT Driven Pulley Pressure Control Valve Stuck ON NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending Freeze DTC DTC Frame P1899 CVT Drive Pulley Pr
  • Page 1265DTC Troubleshooting: P2073 cardiagn.com DTC P2073: MAP Sensor Signal Higher Than Expected NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. Before you begin, check for poor connections or a blockage at the intake air duct. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2073
  • Page 1266‐2. Compare the value of the parameter(s) below with the HDS. Signal Current conditions Values Unit MAP Sensor (Hi Res) TC Boost Pressure Does the vehicle differ more than 26.7 kPa (7.9 inHg, 200 mmHg)? YES Replace the MAP sensor.■ NO Go to step 3. 3. MAP sensor performance check 2: ‐1. Note the val
  • Page 1267Does the HDS indicate FAILED? YES The failure is duplicated. Replace the MAP sensor.■ NO If the HDS indicates PASSED, intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the MAP sensor and the PCM. If the on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, tr
  • Page 1268DTC Troubleshooting: P2074 DTC P2074: MAP Sensor Signal Lower Than Expected NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. cardiagn.com DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2074 MAP Sensor Signal Lower Than Expected 1. MAP sensor performance check 1: ‐1. Turn th
  • Page 1269Does the MAP Sensor change 0.67 kPa (0.2 inHg, 5 mmHg) or more? YES Go to step 3. NO Replace the MAP sensor.■ 3. Problem verification: ‐1. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐2. Start the engine. Hold the engine speed at 3,000 rpm without load (CVT in P or N, M/T in neutral) until the radiator fan comes on
  • Page 1270DTC Troubleshooting: P2096, P2097 cardiagn.com DTC P2096: Post Catalyst Fuel Trim System Too Lean DTC P2097: Post Catalyst Fuel Trim System Too Rich NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. If any of the DTCs listed below are stored at the same time as DTC P2096
  • Page 1271‐3. Start the engine. ‐4. Hold the 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. ‐5. Test-drive the vehicle under these conditions: Engine coolant temperature (ECT SENSOR 1) above 158 °F (70 °C) CVT in D, M/T in 4th or 5th E
  • Page 1272YES Go to step 3. NO Go to the troubleshooting for DTC P219C, DTC P219D, DTC P219E, and/or DTC P219F.■ 3. Exhaust system check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Check for leakage, clogging, or blockage in the exhaust system. Is there leakage in the exhaust system between the A/F sens
  • Page 1273Does the HDS indicate PASSED? YES Replace the original A/F sensor (Sensor 1).■ NO If the HDS indicates FAILED, replace secondary HO2S (Sensor 2). If the HDS indicates EXECUTING, keep the test conditions until a result comes on. If the HDS indicates OUT OF CONDITION, go to step 4-8 and recheck.■ card
  • Page 1274DTC Troubleshooting: P2101 cardiagn.com DTC P2101: ETCS Malfunction Do not insert your fingers into the installed throttle body when you turn the vehicle to the ON mode, or while the vehicle is in ON mode. If you do, you will seriously injure your fingers if the throttle valve is activated. NOTE: Be
  • Page 1275‐4. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2101 ETCS Malfunction Is DTC P2101 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 3. NO Go to step 2. 2. Problem verification: ‐1. Test-drive the vehicle for several minutes in the range of these r
  • Page 1276YES Clean the throttle body. If DTC P2101 is indicated again, replace the throttle body.■ NO Go to step 4. 4. Open wire check (MTR1 line, MTR2 line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. ‐3. Disconnect the following connectors.
  • Page 1277Is there about 1.0 kΩ or more? YES Replace the throttle body.■ NO The throttle body internal circuit is OK. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good PCM, then recheck. If DTC P2101 goes away and the PCM was subst
  • Page 1278DTC Troubleshooting: P2108 DTC P2108: Throttle Actuator Control Module Performance NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. If DTC P2108 is indicated alone, do the troubleshooting for DTC P1658 and P1659 using the on-board snapshot data for P2108. If any of the
  • Page 1279DTC Troubleshooting: P2118 cardiagn.com DTC P2118: Throttle Actuator Current Range/Performance Problem NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2118 Throttle Actuator Current Range/Performance Problem 1. Problem verific
  • Page 1280‐4. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2118 Throttle Actuator Current Range/Performance Problem Is DTC P2118 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connec
  • Page 1281Is there continuity? YES Repair a short in the MTR1 wire to the MTR2 wire between the PCM (E27, E28) and the throttle body.■ NO Go to step 4. 4. Shorted wire check (MTR1 line, MTR2 line): ‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode PCM connector E (80
  • Page 1282Is there about 1.2 Ω-1.0 kΩ? YES Go to step 6. NO Replace the throttle body.■ 6. Throttle body internal circuit check (short to ground): ‐1. At the throttle body side, check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode PCM connector E (80P): disconnected cardiag
  • Page 1283DTC Troubleshooting: P2119 DTC P2119: Throttle Actuator Control Throttle Body Range/Performance NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. If DTC P2119 is indicated alone, do the troubleshooting for DTC P1683 and P1684 using the on-board snapshot data for P2119. I
  • Page 1284DTC Troubleshooting: P2121 cardiagn.com DTC P2121: APP Sensor A (TP Sensor D) Out of Range NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2121 APP Sensor A (TP Sensor D) Out of Range 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehi
  • Page 1285‐2. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐3. Wait 10 seconds or more. ‐4. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2121 APP Sensor A (TP Sensor D) Out of Range Is DTC P2121 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the
  • Page 1286‐4. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode APP sensor 6P connector: disconnected PCM connector A (50P): disconnected Test point 1 APP sensor 6P connector (female terminals) No. 4: Test point 2 Body ground Is there continuity? YES Repair a short in th
  • Page 1287Is there continuity? YES The SG4 wire is OK. Go to step 8. NO Repair an open in the SG4 wire between the PCM (A46) and the APP sensor.■ 6. Shorted wire check (APS1 line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. cardiagn.com ‐3. Di
  • Page 1288Is there continuity? YES The APS1 wire is OK. Go to step 8. NO Repair an open in the APS1 wire between the PCM (A32) and the APP sensor.■ 8. APP sensor check: ‐1. Substitute a known-good accelerator pedal module. ‐2. Reconnect all connectors. ‐3. Exit the SCS mode with the HDS. cardiagn.com ‐4. Turn
  • Page 1289DTC Troubleshooting: P2122 cardiagn.com DTC P2122: APP Sensor A (TP Sensor D) Circuit Low Voltage NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2122 APP Sensor A (TP Sensor D) Circuit Low Voltage 1. Problem verification: ‐1.
  • Page 1290YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the APP sensor and the PCM. If the on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions with the on-board
  • Page 1291Is there continuity? YES Repair a short in the APS1 wire between the PCM (A32) and the APP sensor.■ NO The APS1 wire is not shorted. Go to step 4. 4. Open wire check (APS1 line): ‐1. Connect terminals A and B with a jumper wire. Terminal A APP sensor 6P connector No. 6 Terminal B Body ground ‐2. Che
  • Page 1292‐4. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐5. Check the parameter(s) below with the HDS. Signal Threshold Current conditions Values Unit Values Unit APP SENSOR A Less than 0.2 V Do the current condition(s) match the threshold? YES Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or sympto
  • Page 1293Is there continuity? YES The VCC4 wire is OK. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good PCM, then recheck. If DTC P2122 goes away and the PCM was substituted, replace the original PCM.■ NO Repair an open in the VC
  • Page 1294DTC Troubleshooting: P2123 DTC P2123: APP Sensor A (TP Sensor D) Circuit High Voltage cardiagn.com NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2123 APP Sensor A (TP Sensor D) Circuit High Voltage 1. Problem verification: ‐
  • Page 1295APP sensor 6P connector: disconnected Test point 1 APP sensor 6P connector No. 4 Test point 2 APP sensor 6P connector No. 5 Is there about 5.0 V? YES Replace the APP sensor.■ NO Go to step 3. 3. Open wire check (SG4 line): cardiagn.com ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Jump the SCS li
  • Page 1296YES The SG4 wire is OK. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good PCM, then recheck. If DTC P2123 goes away and the PCM was substituted, replace the original PCM.■ NO Repair an open in the SG4 wire between the PCM
  • Page 1297DTC Troubleshooting: P2126 cardiagn.com DTC P2126: APP Sensor B (TP Sensor E) Out of Range NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2126 APP Sensor B (TP Sensor E) Out of Range 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehi
  • Page 1298‐2. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐3. Wait 10 seconds or more. ‐4. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2126 APP Sensor B (TP Sensor E) Out of Range Is DTC P2126 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the
  • Page 1299‐4. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode APP sensor 6P connector: disconnected PCM connector A (50P): disconnected Test point 1 APP sensor 6P connector (female terminals) No. 1: Test point 2 Body ground Is there continuity? YES Repair a short in th
  • Page 1300Is there continuity? YES The SG5 wire is OK. Go to step 8. NO Repair an open in the SG5 wire between the PCM (A43) and the APP sensor.■ 6. Shorted wire check (APS2 line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. cardiagn.com ‐3. Di
  • Page 1301Is there continuity? YES The APS2 wire is OK. Go to step 8. NO Repair an open in the APS2 wire between the PCM (A34) and the APP sensor.■ 8. APP sensor check: ‐1. Substitute a known-good accelerator pedal module. ‐2. Reconnect all connectors. ‐3. Exit the SCS mode with the HDS. cardiagn.com ‐4. Turn
  • Page 1302DTC Troubleshooting: P2127 cardiagn.com DTC P2127: APP Sensor B (TP Sensor E) Circuit Low Voltage NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2127 APP Sensor B (TP Sensor E) Circuit Low Voltage 1. Problem verification: ‐1.
  • Page 1303YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the APP sensor and the PCM. If the on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions with the on-board
  • Page 1304Is there continuity? YES Repair a short in the APS2 wire between the PCM (A34) and the APP sensor.■ NO The APS2 wire is not shorted. Go to step 4. 4. Open wire check (APS2 line): ‐1. Connect terminals A and B with a jumper wire. Terminal A APP sensor 6P connector No. 3 Terminal B Body ground ‐2. Che
  • Page 1305‐4. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐5. Check the parameter(s) below with the HDS. Signal Threshold Current conditions Values Unit Values Unit APP SENSOR B Less than 0.2 V Do the current condition(s) match the threshold? YES Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or sympto
  • Page 1306Is there continuity? YES The VCC5 wire is OK. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good PCM, then recheck. If DTC P2127 goes away and the PCM was substituted, replace the original PCM.■ NO Repair an open in the VC
  • Page 1307DTC Troubleshooting: P2128 DTC P2128: APP Sensor B (TP Sensor E) Circuit High Voltage cardiagn.com NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2128 APP Sensor B (TP Sensor E) Circuit High Voltage 1. Problem verification: ‐
  • Page 1308APP sensor 6P connector: disconnected Test point 1 APP sensor 6P connector No. 1 Test point 2 APP sensor 6P connector No. 2 Is there about 5.0 V? YES Replace the APP sensor.■ NO Go to step 3. 3. Open wire check (SG5 line): cardiagn.com ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Jump the SCS li
  • Page 1309YES The SG5 wire is OK. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good PCM, then recheck. If DTC P2128 goes away and the PCM was substituted, replace the original PCM.■ NO Repair an open in the SG5 wire between the PCM
  • Page 1310DTC Troubleshooting: P2135 cardiagn.com DTC P2135: TP Sensor A/B Incorrect Voltage Correlation Do not insert your fingers into the installed throttle body when you turn the vehicle to the ON mode, or while the vehicle is in ON mode. If you do, you will seriously injure your fingers if the throttle v
  • Page 1311Is DTC P2135 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the throttle body and the PCM. If the on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same c
  • Page 1312‐1. Disconnect the following connector. Throttle body 6P connector ‐2. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode PCM connector E (80P): disconnected Throttle body 6P connector: disconnected Test point 1 PCM connector E (80P) No. 50 Test point 2 PCM conn
  • Page 1313DTC Troubleshooting: P2138 cardiagn.com DTC P2138: APP Sensor A/B (TP Sensor D/E) Incorrect Voltage Correlation NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2138 APP Sensor A/B (TP Sensor D/E) Incorrect Voltage Correlation
  • Page 1314YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the APP sensor and the PCM. If the on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions with the on-board
  • Page 1315YES Repair a short in the APS1 wire to the APS2 wire between the PCM connector terminals A32 (APS1 line) and A34 (APS2 line).■ NO The APS1 wire and the APS2 wire are OK. Replace the APP sensor.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 1316DTC Troubleshooting: P2148 DTC P2148: Injector Power Supply Circuit Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2148 Injector Power Supply Circuit Malfunction 1. Problem verification: cardiagn.com ‐1. Turn the
  • Page 1317DTC Troubleshooting: P2176 cardiagn.com DTC P2176: Throttle Actuator Control System Idle Position Not Learned Do not insert your fingers into the installed throttle body when you turn the vehicle to the ON mode, or while the vehicle is in ON mode. If you do, you will seriously injure your fingers if
  • Page 1318‐5. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2176 Throttle Actuator Control System Idle Position Not Learned Is DTC P2176 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor
  • Page 1319‐3. Disconnect the following connectors. PCM connector E (80P) Throttle body 6P connector ‐4. Connect terminals A and B with a jumper wire. Terminal A Throttle body 6P connector No. 1 Terminal B Throttle body 6P connector No. 2 ‐5. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Veh
  • Page 1320DTC Troubleshooting: P2182 cardiagn.com DTC P2182: ECT Sensor 2 Out of Range NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2182 ECT Sensor 2 Out of Range 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clea
  • Page 13212. Shorted wire check (TW2/TW2 SENSOR line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. ‐3. Disconnect the following connector. PCM connector E (80P) ‐4. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (L
  • Page 1322‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode ECT sensor 2 2P connector: disconnected PCM connector E (80P): disconnected Test point 1 ECT sensor 2 2P connector (female terminals) No. 1: Test point 2 PCM connector E (80P) No. 45 Is there continuity? YES
  • Page 1323DTC Troubleshooting: P2183 cardiagn.com DTC P2183: ECT Sensor 2 Circuit Range/Performance Problem NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. If DTC P0111 is stored at the same time as DTC P2183, troubleshoot DTC P0111 first, then recheck for DTC P2183. DTC Descrip
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  • Page 1325Are the connections and terminals OK? YES Go to step 2. NO Repair the connections or terminals.■ 2. PGM-FI system check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P011A ECT Sensor 1 Circuit Range/Performance P
  • Page 1326YES The failure is duplicated. Replace ECT sensor 2.■ NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at ECT sensor 1, ECT sensor 2, and the PCM. If the on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same condit
  • Page 1327Does either sensor differ more than 5.4 °F (3 °C) from the ambient temperature? YES Replace the sensor that differed more than 5.4 °F (3 °C) from the ambient temperature.■ NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at ECT sensor 1, ECT senso
  • Page 1328DTC Troubleshooting: P2184 DTC P2184: ECT Sensor 2 Circuit Low Voltage cardiagn.com NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2184 ECT Sensor 2 Circuit Low Voltage 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON
  • Page 1329‐4. Check the parameter(s) below with the HDS. Signal Threshold Current conditions Values Unit Values Unit ECT SENSOR 2 Less than V 0.08 Do the current condition(s) match the threshold? YES Go to step 3. NO Replace ECT sensor 2.■ 3. Shorted wire check (TW2/TW2 SENSOR line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to t
  • Page 1330DTC Troubleshooting: P2185 DTC P2185: ECT Sensor 2 Circuit High Voltage cardiagn.com NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2185 ECT Sensor 2 Circuit High Voltage 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the O
  • Page 1331YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at ECT sensor 2 and the PCM. If the on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions with the on-board s
  • Page 1332Is there about 5.0 V? YES Go to step 4. NO Go to step 5. 4. Open wire check (SG6 line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. cardiagn.com ‐3. Disconnect the following connector. PCM connector E (80P) ‐4. Check for continuity be
  • Page 1333‐3. Disconnect the following connector. PCM connector E (80P) ‐4. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode ECT sensor 2 2P connector: disconnected PCM connector E (80P): disconnected Test point 1 ECT sensor 2 2P connector No. 2 Test point 2 PCM connect
  • Page 1334DTC Troubleshooting: P2195 DTC P2195: A/F Sensor (Sensor 1) Signal Stuck Lean NOTE: cardiagn.com Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. If the vehicle was out of fuel and the engine stalled before this DTC was stored, refuel, then clear the DTC with the HDS. If DTC
  • Page 1335‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐3. Start the engine. ‐4. Hold the engine speed at 3,000 rpm without load (CVT in P or N, M/T in neutral) until the radiator fan comes on. ‐5. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC
  • Page 1336DTC Troubleshooting: P2199 DTC P2199: IAT Sensor 1-2 Incorrect Correlation NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2199 IAT Sensor 1-2 Incorrect Correlation 1. Connector visual check: cardiagn.com ‐1. Check for poor co
  • Page 1337DTC Troubleshooting: P219C, P219D, P219E, P219F cardiagn.com 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 NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, revi
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  • Page 1339DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P219C No. 1 Cylinder Air-Fuel Ratio Variation P219D No. 2 Cylinder Air-Fuel Ratio Variation P219E No. 3 Cylinder Air-Fuel Ratio Variation P219F No. 4 Cylinder Air-Fuel Ratio Variation 1. Problem verification 1 (HDS parameter): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON
  • Page 1340‐2. Hold the 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. ‐3. Test-drive the vehicle under these conditions: Engine coolant temperature (ECT SENSOR 1) above 158 °F (70 °C) CVT in D, M/T in 4th Drive at a steady engine speed
  • Page 1341‐2. Start the engine. ‐3. Hold the 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. ‐4. Check under these conditions: A/C off All electrical loads off ‐5. Do the CYLINDER A/F TEST three times in the INSPECTION MENU with the HDS
  • Page 1342DTC Troubleshooting: P2226 DTC P2226: BARO Sensor Circuit Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2226 BARO Sensor Circuit Malfunction 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. cardiagn.
  • Page 1343DTC Troubleshooting: P2228 DTC P2228: BARO Sensor Circuit Low Voltage NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2228 BARO Sensor Circuit Low Voltage 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. cardiagn.
  • Page 1344DTC Troubleshooting: P2229 DTC P2229: BARO Sensor Circuit High Voltage NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2229 BARO Sensor Circuit High Voltage 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. cardiag
  • Page 1345DTC Troubleshooting: P2237 DTC P2237: A/F Sensor (Sensor 1) IP Circuit High Voltage NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. cardiagn.com DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2237 A/F Sensor (Sensor 1) IP Circuit High Voltage 1. Problem verification: ‐1. T
  • Page 1346‐2. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. ‐3. Disconnect the following connectors. PCM connector E (80P) A/F sensor (Sensor 1) 6P connector ‐4. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode PCM connector E (80P): disconnected A/F sens
  • Page 1347Is there about 0.2 V or less? YES Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good PCM, then recheck. If DTC P2237 goes away and the PCM was substituted, replace the original PCM.■ NO The PCM internal circuit is OK. Repl
  • Page 1348DTC Troubleshooting: P2238 DTC P2238: A/F Sensor (Sensor 1) IP Circuit Low Voltage cardiagn.com NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2238 A/F Sensor (Sensor 1) IP Circuit Low Voltage 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Tur
  • Page 1349‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. ‐3. Disconnect the following connectors. PCM connector E (80P) A/F sensor (Sensor 1) 6P connector ‐4. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode
  • Page 1350DTC Troubleshooting: P2243 DTC P2243: A/F Sensor (Sensor 1) VCENT Circuit High Voltage cardiagn.com NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2243 A/F Sensor (Sensor 1) VCENT Circuit High Voltage 1. Problem verification:
  • Page 1351‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. ‐3. Disconnect the following connectors. PCM connector E (80P) A/F sensor (Sensor 1) 6P connector ‐4. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode
  • Page 1352Is there about 0.2 V or less? YES Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good PCM, then recheck. If DTC P2243 goes away and the PCM was substituted, replace the original PCM.■ NO The PCM internal circuit is OK. Repl
  • Page 1353DTC Troubleshooting: P2245 DTC P2245: A/F Sensor (Sensor 1) VCENT Circuit Low Voltage cardiagn.com NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2245 A/F Sensor (Sensor 1) VCENT Circuit Low Voltage 1. Problem verification: ‐
  • Page 1354‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. ‐3. Disconnect the following connectors. PCM connector E (80P) A/F sensor (Sensor 1) 6P connector ‐4. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode
  • Page 1355DTC Troubleshooting: P2251 DTC P2251: A/F Sensor (Sensor 1) VS Circuit High Voltage cardiagn.com NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. If DTC P2251 is stored at the same time as DTC P0134, troubleshoot DTC P2251 first, then recheck for P0134. DTC Description
  • Page 1356YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the A/F sensor (Sensor 1) and the PCM. If the on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions with t
  • Page 1357Is there about 0.2 V or less? YES Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good PCM, then recheck. If DTC P2251 goes away and the PCM was substituted, replace the original PCM.■ NO The PCM internal circuit is OK. Repl
  • Page 1358DTC Troubleshooting: P2252 DTC P2252: A/F Sensor (Sensor 1) VS Circuit Low Voltage cardiagn.com NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2252 A/F Sensor (Sensor 1) VS Circuit Low Voltage 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Tur
  • Page 1359‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. ‐3. Disconnect the following connectors. PCM connector E (80P) A/F sensor (Sensor 1) 6P connector ‐4. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode
  • Page 1360DTC Troubleshooting: P2270 DTC P2270: Secondary HO2S (Sensor 2) Circuit Signal Stuck Lean NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2270 Secondary HO2S (Sensor 2) Circuit Signal Stuck Lean 1. Problem verification: cardia
  • Page 1361YES The failure is duplicated. Replace secondary HO2S (Sensor 2).■ NO If the HDS indicates PASSED, intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at secondary HO2S (Sensor 2) and the PCM. If the on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to rep
  • Page 1362DTC Troubleshooting: P2279 DTC P2279: Intake Air System Leak NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. If DTC P0443 is stored at the same time as DTC P2279, troubleshoot DTC P0443 first, then recheck for DTC P2279. cardiagn.com DTC Description Confirmed Pending D
  • Page 1363‐4. Monitor the OBD STATUS for DTC P2279 with the HDS. DTC Description OBD Status P2279 Intake Air System Leak Does the HDS indicate FAILED? YES The failure is duplicated. Check the camshaft timing and adjust it if needed. If the cam timing is OK, check the valve clearance adjustment and set to spec
  • Page 1364DTC Troubleshooting: P2450 DTC P2450: EVAP System Purge Line Non-return Valve A Stuck Open NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2450 EVAP System Purge Line Non-return Valve A Stuck Open 1. Problem verification: card
  • Page 1365DTC Troubleshooting: P2563 cardiagn.com DTC P2563: Turbocharger Wastegate Control Actuator Position Sensor Out of Range NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2563 Turbocharger Wastegate Control Actuator Position Sens
  • Page 13661. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐3. Wait 10 seconds or more. ‐4. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2563 Turbocharger Wastegate Control Actuator Position Sensor Out of Range Is DTC
  • Page 1367‐3. Disconnect the following connector. PCM connector E (80P) ‐4. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Turbocharger 5P connector: disconnected PCM connector E (80P): disconnected Test point 1 Turbocharger 5P connector (female terminals) No. 2: Test
  • Page 1368Is there continuity? YES The SG2 wire is OK. Go to step 8. NO Repair an open in the SG2 wire between the PCM (E78) and the turbocharger.■ 6. Shorted wire check (DCWGL line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. cardiagn.com ‐3.
  • Page 1369Is there continuity? YES The DCWGL wire is OK. Go to step 8. NO Repair an open in the DCWGL wire between the PCM (E60) and the turbocharger.■ 8. Turbocharger wastegate control actuator position sensor check: ‐1. Substitute a known-good turbocharger. ‐2. Reconnect all connectors. ‐3. Exit the SCS mod
  • Page 1370DTC Troubleshooting: P2564 cardiagn.com DTC P2564: Turbocharger Wastegate Control Actuator Position Sensor Circuit Low Voltage NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2564 Turbocharger Wastegate Control Actuator Positi
  • Page 1371YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the turbocharger and the PCM. If the on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions with the on-boa
  • Page 1372‐3. Disconnect the following connector. PCM connector E (80P) ‐4. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Turbocharger 5P connector: disconnected PCM connector E (80P): disconnected Test point 1 Turbocharger 5P connector No. 2 Test point 2 PCM connect
  • Page 1373Is there continuity? YES Repair a short in the DCWGL wire between the PCM (E60) and the turbocharger.■ NO The DCWGL wire is OK. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good PCM, then recheck. If DTC P2564 goes away a
  • Page 1374DTC Troubleshooting: P2565 cardiagn.com DTC P2565: Turbocharger Wastegate Control Actuator Position Sensor Circuit High Voltage NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2565 Turbocharger Wastegate Control Actuator Posit
  • Page 1375YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the turbocharger and the PCM. If the on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions with the on-boa
  • Page 1376Is there about 5.0 V? YES Go to step 5. NO Go to step 4. 4. Open wire check (SG2 line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. cardiagn.com ‐3. Disconnect the following connector. PCM connector E (80P) ‐4. Check for continuity be
  • Page 1377‐3. Disconnect the following connector. PCM connector E (80P) ‐4. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Turbocharger 5P connector: disconnected PCM connector E (80P): disconnected Test point 1 Turbocharger 5P connector No. 4 Test point 2 PCM connect
  • Page 1378DTC Troubleshooting: P2610 DTC P2610: PCM Ignition Off Internal Timer Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2610 PCM Ignition Off Internal Timer Malfunction 1. Problem verification: cardiagn.com ‐1. Turn
  • Page 1379DTC Troubleshooting: P2623 cardiagn.com
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  • Page 1381DTC P2623: High Pressure Fuel Pump Spill Valve Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2623 High Pressure Fuel Pump Spill Valve Malfunction 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2.
  • Page 1382‐1. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Injector relay: disconnected Test point 1 Injector relay 4P socket No. 7 Test point 2 Body ground Is there battery voltage? YES cardiagn.com The +B IGP wire is OK. Go to step 4. NO Repair an open in the +B IG
  • Page 1383Is the fuse OK? YES Repair an open in the +B INJ wire between the No. A10 (15 A) fuse and the injector relay. If needed, replace the under-hood fuse/relay box.■ NO Repair a short in the +B INJ wire between the No. A10 (15 A) fuse and the injector relay. Also replace the No. A10 (15 A) fuse. If neede
  • Page 1384Is there continuity? YES The FI MAIN RLY CL- wire is OK. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good PCM, then recheck. If DTC P2623 goes away and the PCM was substituted, replace the original PCM.■ NO Repair an ope
  • Page 1385Is there battery voltage? YES The INJ RLY OUT wire is OK. Go to step 9. NO Repair an open in the INJ RLY OUT wire between the PCM (A1, A2) and the injector relay.■ 9. Open wire check (HPUMP H line, HPUMP L line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Remove the jumper wire from the inject
  • Page 1386Is there continuity? YES The HPUMP H wire is not open. Go to step 11. NO Repair an open in the HPUMP H wire between the PCM (E1) and the high pressure fuel pump.■ 11. Open wire check (HPUMP L line): ‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. cardiagn.com Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK)
  • Page 1387‐3. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle ON mode PCM connector A (50P): disconnected PCM connector E (80P): disconnected High pressure fuel pump 2P connector: disconnected Test point 1 PCM connector E (80P) No. 1 Test point 2 Body ground Is there any voltage? YES R
  • Page 1388Is there continuity? YES Repair a short to ground in the HPUMP L wire between the PCM (E14) and the high pressure fuel pump.■ NO The HPUMP L wire is OK. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good PCM, then recheck.
  • Page 1389DTC Troubleshooting: P2648 DTC P2648: Rocker Arm Oil Control Solenoid Circuit Low Voltage cardiagn.com NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2648 Rocker Arm Oil Control Solenoid Circuit Low Voltage 1. Problem verific
  • Page 1390‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Rocker arm oil control solenoid 2P connector ‐3. At the rocker arm oil control solenoid side, measure the resistance between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Rocker arm oil control solenoid 2P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Roc
  • Page 1391DTC Troubleshooting: P2649 cardiagn.com DTC P2649: Rocker Arm Oil Control Solenoid Circuit High Voltage NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2649 Rocker Arm Oil Control Solenoid Circuit High Voltage 1. Problem verif
  • Page 1392YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the rocker arm oil control solenoid and the PCM. If the on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditi
  • Page 1393Is there continuity? YES The PG line is OK. Go to step 4. NO Repair an open in the PG wire between the rocker arm oil control solenoid and G101.■ 4. Open wire check (VTS line): ‐1. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. ‐2. Disconnect the following connector. PCM connector E (8
  • Page 1394DTC Troubleshooting: P2650 cardiagn.com DTC P2650: Rocker Arm Oil Control Solenoid Circuit Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2650 Rocker Arm Oil Control Solenoid Circuit Malfunction 1. Problem verific
  • Page 1395YES Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the rocker arm oil control solenoid and the PCM. If the on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions with the on-board snaps
  • Page 1396YES Go to step 4. NO Repair an open in the PG wire between the rocker arm oil control solenoid and G101.■ 4. Open wire check (VTSEX line): ‐1. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. ‐2. Disconnect the following connector. PCM connector No. 1 (96P) ‐3. Check for continuity betwe
  • Page 1397DTC Troubleshooting: P2651 cardiagn.com DTC P2651: Rocker Arm Oil Pressure Switch Performance/Stuck off Special Tools Required ・Pressure Gauge Adapter 07NAJ-P07010A ・A/T Low Pressure Gauge w/Panel 07406-0070301 ・A/T Pressure Test Hose 07AAJ-PY4A100 ・A/T Pressure Adapter 07MAJ-PY40120 ・Oil Pressure H
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  • Page 13991. Oil level check: ‐1. Check the engine oil level. Is the level OK? YES Go to step 2. NO Adjust the engine oil to the proper level.■ 2. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐4. Turn the vehicle to the
  • Page 1400Is there any voltage? YES Go to step 4. NO Go to step 6. 4. Open wire check (PG line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Rocker arm oil pressure switch 2P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Rock
  • Page 1401cardiagn.com ‐2. Reconnect the following connector. Rocker arm oil pressure switch 2P connector ‐3. Start the engine. ‐4. Select the VTEC TEST in the INSPECTION MENU with the HDS. ‐5. Check the oil pressure. Is the oil pressure 45 kPa (0.46 kgf/cm2, 6.5 psi) or more? YES Replace the rocker arm oil c
  • Page 1402Test point 2 PCM connector No. 1 (96P) No. 48 Is there continuity? YES Go to step 7. NO Repair an open in the VTMEX wire between PCM connector No. 1 terminal No. 48 and the rocker arm oil pressure switch.■ 7. Rocker arm oil pressure switch internal circuit check: ‐1. At the rocker arm oil pressure s
  • Page 1403DTC Troubleshooting: P2652 cardiagn.com DTC P2652: Rocker Arm Oil Pressure Switch Stuck on Special Tools Required ・Pressure Gauge Adapter 07NAJ-P07010A ・A/T Low Pressure Gauge w/Panel 07406-0070301 ・A/T Pressure Test Hose 07AAJ-PY4A100 ・A/T Pressure Adapter 07MAJ-PY40120 ・Oil Pressure Hose 07ZAJ-S5A
  • Page 1404‐1. Check the engine oil level. Is the level OK? YES Go to step 2. NO Adjust the engine oil to the proper level.■ 2. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐4. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐5. Select
  • Page 1405cardiagn.com ‐2. Reconnect the following connectors. PCM connector No. 1 (96P) Rocker arm oil pressure switch 2P connector ‐3. Exit the SCS mode with the HDS. ‐4. Start the engine. ‐5. Select the VTEC TEST in the INSPECTION MENU with the HDS. ‐6. Check the oil pressure. Is the oil pressure 45 kPa (0
  • Page 1406Is there continuity? YES Repair a short in the VTMEX wire between PCM connector No. 1 terminal No. 48 and the rocker arm oil pressure switch.■ NO Go to step 6. 6. Rocker arm oil pressure switch internal circuit check: ‐1. At the rocker arm oil pressure switch side, check for continuity between test
  • Page 1407DTC Troubleshooting: P2653 DTC P2653: Rocker Arm Oil Control Solenoid Circuit Low Voltage cardiagn.com NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2653 Rocker Arm Oil Control Solenoid Circuit Low Voltage 1. Problem verific
  • Page 1408‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Rocker arm oil control solenoid 2P connector ‐3. At the rocker arm oil control solenoid side, measure the resistance between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Rocker arm oil control solenoid 2P connector: disconnected Test point 1 Roc
  • Page 1409DTC Troubleshooting: P2654 DTC P2654: Rocker Arm Oil Control Solenoid Circuit High Voltage NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2654 Rocker Arm Oil Control Solenoid Circuit High Voltage cardiagn.com 1. Problem verif
  • Page 1410‐3. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐4. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle ON mode PCM connector No. 1 (96P): disconnected Test point 1 PCM connector No. 1 (96P) No. 25 Test point 2 Body ground Is there battery voltage? YES Repair a short to power in the VTSEX w
  • Page 1411DTC Troubleshooting: P2715 DTC P2715: Pressure Control Solenoid "D" Stuck On NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending Freeze DTC DTC Frame P2715 Pressure Control Solenoid "D" Stuck On 1. Problem verification: cardiagn.com ‐1. Tu
  • Page 1412DTC Troubleshooting: P2715 DTC P2715: Pressure Control Solenoid "D" Stuck On NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending Freeze DTC DTC Frame P2715 Pressure Control Solenoid "D" Stuck On 1. Problem verification: cardiagn.com ‐1. Tu
  • Page 1413DTC Troubleshooting: P2720, P2721 cardiagn.com DTC P2720: Pressure Control Solenoid "D" Control Circuit Low DTC P2721: Pressure Control Solenoid "D" Control Circuit High NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. This code is caused by an electrical circuit proble
  • Page 1414‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐3. Start the engine, and wait for at least 1 second. ‐4. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending Freeze DTC DTC Frame P2720 Pressure Control Solenoid "D" Control Circuit Low P2721 Pressu
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  • Page 1416Is there continuity? YES Repair a short to ground in the LCCLS wire between the CVT lock-up clutch control solenoid valve and the TCM.■ NO The LCCLS wire is OK. Faulty CVT lock-up clutch control solenoid valve. Replace the valve body assembly.■ 4. Open wire check (LCCLS/LCC+ line): ‐1. Disconnect th
  • Page 1417DTC Troubleshooting: P2720, P2721 cardiagn.com DTC P2720: Pressure Control Solenoid "D" Control Circuit Low DTC P2721: Pressure Control Solenoid "D" Control Circuit High NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. This code is caused by an electrical circuit proble
  • Page 1418‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐3. Start the engine, and wait for at least 1 second. ‐4. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending Freeze DTC DTC Frame P2720 Pressure Control Solenoid "D" Control Circuit Low P2721 Pressu
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  • Page 1420Is there continuity? YES Repair a short to ground in the LCCLS wire between the CVT lock-up clutch control solenoid valve and the TCM.■ NO The LCCLS wire is OK. Faulty CVT lock-up clutch control solenoid valve. Replace the valve body assembly.■ 4. Open wire check (LCCLS/LCC+ line): ‐1. Disconnect th
  • Page 1421DTC Troubleshooting: P2817 DTC P2817: Shift Solenoid Valve O/P (Pressure Control Solenoid "H") Stuck Off NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending Freeze DTC DTC Frame cardiagn.com P2817 Shift Solenoid Valve O/P (Pressure Control
  • Page 1422Does the shift solenoid valve O/P work properly? YES The shift solenoid valve O/P is OK. Replace the transmission fluid pump.■ NO Replace the shift solenoid valve O/P.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 1423DTC Troubleshooting: P2818 DTC P2818: Shift Solenoid Valve O/P (Pressure Control Solenoid "H") Stuck On NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending Freeze DTC DTC Frame cardiagn.com P2818 Shift Solenoid Valve O/P (Pressure Control
  • Page 1424Does the shift solenoid valve O/P work properly? YES The shift solenoid valve O/P is OK. Replace the transmission fluid pump.■ NO Replace the shift solenoid valve O/P.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 1425DTC Troubleshooting: P281D, P281E DTC P281D: Shift Solenoid Valve O/P (Pressure Control Solenoid "H") Control Circuit Low cardiagn.com DTC P281E: Shift Solenoid Valve O/P (Pressure Control Solenoid "H") Control Circuit High NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Informatio
  • Page 1426‐3. Test-drive under following conditions: DTC Test-drive condition P281D -1. Start the engine. -2. Shift the transmission to D position/mode while pressing the brake pedal, and wait for at least 30 seconds. P281E -1. Start the engine. -2. Shift the transmission to D position/mode while pressing the
  • Page 1427‐1. Disconnect the following connector. Shift solenoid valve O/P 2P connector ‐2. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Shift solenoid valve O/P 2P connector: disconnected TCM 50P connector: disconnected Test point 1 TCM 50P connector No. 6 Test poi
  • Page 1428DTC Troubleshooting: P2A00 DTC P2A00: A/F Sensor (Sensor 1) Circuit Range/Performance Problem NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2A00 A/F Sensor (Sensor 1) Circuit Range/Performance Problem 1. Problem verification
  • Page 1429YES The failure is duplicated. Replace the A/F sensor (Sensor 1).■ NO If the HDS indicates PASSED, intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the A/F sensor (Sensor 1) and the PCM. If the on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to rep
  • Page 1430DTC Troubleshooting: P2A00 DTC P2A00: A/F Sensor (Sensor 1) Circuit Range/Performance Problem NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2A00 A/F Sensor (Sensor 1) Circuit Range/Performance Problem 1. Problem verification
  • Page 1431YES The failure is duplicated. Replace the A/F sensor (Sensor 1).■ NO If the HDS indicates PASSED, intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the A/F sensor (Sensor 1) and the PCM. If the on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to rep
  • Page 1432DTC Troubleshooting: P2A01 DTC P2A01: Secondary HO2S (Sensor 2) Circuit Range/Performance Problem cardiagn.com NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2A01 Secondary HO2S (Sensor 2) Circuit Range/Performance Problem 1.
  • Page 1433Is DTC P2A01 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at secondary HO2S (Sensor 2) and the PCM. If the on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under th
  • Page 1434Is there continuity? YES The SO2 wire is OK. Go to step 4. NO Repair an open in the SO2 wire between the PCM (A47) and secondary HO2S (Sensor 2).■ 4. Shorted wire check (SO2 SG/SO2SG line): ‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Secondary HO2S (S
  • Page 1435‐3. Exit the SCS mode with the HDS. ‐4. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐5. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐6. Wait 10 seconds or more. ‐7. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2A01 Secondary HO2S (Sensor 2) Circuit Range/Performance Problem Is D
  • Page 1436DTC Troubleshooting: P2A01 cardiagn.com DTC P2A01: Secondary HO2S (Sensor 2) Circuit Range/Performance Problem NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC P2A01 Secondary HO2S (Sensor 2) Circuit Range/Performance Problem 1.
  • Page 1437‐4. Monitor the OBD STATUS for DTC P2A01 in the DTCs MENU with the HDS. DTC Description OBD STATUS P2A01 Secondary HO2S (Sensor 2) Circuit Range/Performance Problem Does the HDS indicate FAILED? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO If the HDS indicates PASSED, intermittent failure, the sy
  • Page 1438YES Go to step 4. NO Go to step 5. 4. Shorted wire check (SO2 line): ‐1. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. ‐2. Disconnect the following connector. PCM connector A (50P) ‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Secondary H
  • Page 1439Is there continuity? YES Repair a short in the SO2SG/SO2 SG wire between the PCM (A48) and secondary HO2S (Sensor 2).■ NO The SO2SG/SO2 SG wire is OK. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good PCM, then recheck. I
  • Page 1440DTC Troubleshooting: U0029 DTC U0029: F-CAN Communication Line Error DTC Description DTC U0029 F-CAN Communication Line Error 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. cardiagn.com ‐2. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode and then the ON mode. ‐3. Wait for at least 6 seconds. ‐4.
  • Page 1441DTC Troubleshooting: U0029 DTC U0029: F-CAN Communication Line Error DTC Description DTC U0029 F-CAN Communication Line Error 1. DTC check (CAN gateway system): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. cardiagn.com ‐3. Check for CAN gateway system DTCs with the HDS. DTC
  • Page 1442DTC Troubleshooting: U0029 DTC U0029: F-CAN Malfunction (BUS-OFF (PCM)) NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC U0029 F-CAN Malfunction (BUS-OFF (PCM)) 1. Problem verification: cardiagn.com ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the O
  • Page 1443DTC Troubleshooting: U0029 DTC U0029: F-CAN Malfunction (BUS-OFF (PCM)) NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC U0029 F-CAN Malfunction (BUS-OFF (PCM)) 1. Problem verification: cardiagn.com ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the O
  • Page 1444DTC Troubleshooting: U0029 DTC U0029: F-CAN Malfunction (BUS-OFF (PCM)) NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC U0029 F-CAN Malfunction (BUS-OFF (PCM)) 1. CAN gateway system DTC check: cardiagn.com ‐1. Turn the vehicle
  • Page 1445DTC Troubleshooting: U0029 DTC U0029: F-CAN Malfunction (F-CAN Bus OFF) NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. This code is caused by an electrical circuit problem and cannot be caused by a mechanical problem in the transmission. DTC Description Confirmed Pend
  • Page 1446DTC Troubleshooting: U0029 DTC U0029: F-CAN Malfunction (F-CAN Bus OFF) NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. This code is caused by an electrical circuit problem and cannot be caused by a mechanical problem in the transmission. DTC Description Confirmed Pend
  • Page 1447DTC Troubleshooting: U0029 DTC U0029: F-CAN Malfunction (F-CAN Bus OFF) NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. This code is caused by an electrical circuit problem and cannot be caused by a mechanical problem in the transmission. DTC Description Confirmed Pend
  • Page 1448DTC Troubleshooting: U0029 DTC U0029: F-CAN Malfunction (F-CAN Bus OFF) NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. This code is caused by an electrical circuit problem and cannot be caused by a mechanical problem in the transmission. DTC Description Confirmed Pend
  • Page 1449DTC Troubleshooting: U0029 DTC U0029: F-CAN Malfunction (BUS-OFF (PCM)) NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC U0029 F-CAN Malfunction (BUS-OFF (PCM)) 1. CAN gateway system DTC check: cardiagn.com ‐1. Turn the vehicle
  • Page 1450DTC Troubleshooting: U0029 DTC U0029: F-CAN Malfunction (BUS-OFF (PCM)) NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC U0029 F-CAN Malfunction (BUS-OFF (PCM)) 1. Problem verification: cardiagn.com ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the O
  • Page 1451DTC Troubleshooting: U0029-00 DTC U0029-00: F-CAN Malfunction (BUS-OFF) NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the how to troubleshooting information. This DTC is stored by communication failure between the F-CAN line and the multipurpose camera unit. When DTC U0029-00 is indicated, the F-CAN line ha
  • Page 1452DTC Troubleshooting: U0029-00 cardiagn.com DTC U0029-00: CAN Gateway F-CAN ch A Bus Off NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC U0029-00 CAN Gateway F-CAN ch A Bus Off 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear t
  • Page 1453‐3. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐4. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, and wait 6 seconds. ‐5. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC U0029-00 CAN Gateway F-CAN ch A Bus Off Is DTC U0029-00 indicated? YES Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. If t
  • Page 1454‐5. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐6. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, and wait 6 seconds. ‐7. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC U0029-00 CAN Gateway F-CAN ch A Bus Off Is DTC U0029-00 indicated? YES Go to step 4. NO Check for any authorized service information related to t
  • Page 1455‐5. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐6. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, and wait 6 seconds. ‐7. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC U0029-00 CAN Gateway F-CAN ch A Bus Off Is DTC U0029-00 indicated? YES Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or sympto
  • Page 1456YES Repair a short in the F-CAN A_H wire between the CAN gateway and the connected units.■ NO The F-CAN A_H wire is not short to ground. Go to step 7. 7. Shorted wire check (F-CAN A_L line): ‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode PCM connector A
  • Page 1457Is there continuity? YES Repair a short in the F-CAN A_H wire to the F-CAN A_L wire between CAN gateway terminals No. 3 and No. 9.■ NO Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good CAN gateway, then recheck. If DTC U0
  • Page 1458DTC Troubleshooting: U0029-00 DTC U0029-00: CAN Communication Failure (Bus OFF) NOTE: This DTC is stored by communication failure between the F-CAN line and the VSA modulator-control unit. When DTC U0029-00 is indicated, the F-CAN line has already returned to normal. Check for loose terminals and po
  • Page 1459DTC Troubleshooting: U0029-00 DTC U0029-00: F-CAN Malfunction (Bus-Off) NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. Troubleshoot any PGM-FI system DTCs first. This DTC is stored by communication failure between the F-CAN line and the EPS cardiagn.com control unit.
  • Page 1460DTC Troubleshooting: U0029-00 DTC U0029-00: CAN Communication Failure (Bus OFF) NOTE: This DTC is stored by communication failure between the F-CAN line and the VSA modulator-control unit. When DTC U0029-00 is indicated, the F-CAN line has already cardiagn.com returned to normal. Check for loose ter
  • Page 1461YES Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Refer to intermittent failures troubleshooting. If the freeze data/on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions with the Freeze data/on-board snapshot.■ NO Go to DLC circuit troubleshooting.
  • Page 1462DTC Troubleshooting: U0029-00 DTC U0029-00: F-CAN Malfunction (Bus-Off) NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. Troubleshoot any PGM-FI system DTCs first. This DTC is stored by communication failure between the F-CAN line and the EPS control unit. When DTC U002
  • Page 1463DTC Troubleshooting: U0029-00 cardiagn.com DTC U0029-00: CAN Gateway F-CAN ch A Bus Off NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC U0029-00 CAN Gateway F-CAN ch A Bus Off 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear t
  • Page 1464‐3. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐4. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, and wait 6 seconds. ‐5. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC U0029-00 CAN Gateway F-CAN ch A Bus Off Is DTC U0029-00 indicated? YES Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time.■ 2.
  • Page 1465‐4. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐5. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐6. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, and wait 6 seconds. ‐7. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC U0029-00 CAN Gateway F-CAN ch A Bus Off Is DTC U0029-00 indicated? YES (CVT) Go to step 4. YES (M/T) Go to step 5
  • Page 1466‐2. Disconnect the following connector. VSA modulator-control unit 46P connector ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐4. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐5. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐6. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, and wait 6 seconds. ‐7. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description
  • Page 1467YES Repair a short in the F-CAN A_H wire between the CAN gateway and the connected units.■ NO The F-CAN A_H wire is not short to ground. Go to step 7. 7. Shorted wire check (F-CAN A_L line): ‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode PCM connector A
  • Page 1468YES Repair a short in the F-CAN A_H wire to the F-CAN A_L wire between CAN gateway terminals No. 3 and No. 9.■ NO Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good CAN gateway, then recheck. If DTC U0029-00 goes away and
  • Page 1469DTC Troubleshooting: U0029-00 DTC U0029-00: Millimeter Wave Radar F-CAN Malfunction (BUS-OFF) NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the how to troubleshooting information. This DTC is stored by communication failure between the F-CAN line and the millimeter wave radar. When DTC U0029-00 is indicated
  • Page 1470DTC Troubleshooting: U0029-00 DTC U0029-00: F-CAN Bus-Off Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. Troubleshoot any PGM-FI system DTCs first. This DTC is stored by communication failure between the F-CAN line and the adaptive damper control unit. Whe
  • Page 1471YES Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Refer to intermittent failures troubleshooting. If the freeze data/on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions with the freeze data/on-board snapshot.■ NO Go to DLC circuit troubleshooting.
  • Page 1472DTC Troubleshooting: U0029-00 DTC U0029-00: F-CAN Bus-Off Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. Troubleshoot any PGM-FI system DTCs first. This DTC is stored by communication failure between the F-CAN line and the adaptive damper control unit. Whe
  • Page 1473YES Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Refer to intermittent failures troubleshooting. If the freeze data/on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions with the freeze data/on-board snapshot.■ NO Go to DLC circuit troubleshooting.
  • Page 1474DTC Troubleshooting: U0029-F1 DTC U0029-F1: F-CAN Malfunction (BUS-OFF) (Multipurpose Camera Unit) NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the how to troubleshooting information. This DTC is stored by communication failure between the F-CAN line and the multipurpose camera unit. When DTC U0029-F1 is i
  • Page 1475DTC Troubleshooting: U0038 cardiagn.com DTC U0038: PT-CAN Malfunction (TCM ECU BUS-OFF) NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. According to the detected DTC(s), check for the power circuit and the ground circuit of the control unit which cannot communicate wit
  • Page 14762. A/T system check: ‐1. Check for communication to the A/T system with the HDS. Does the HDS communicate with the A/T system? YES Go to step 3. NO Go to the symptom troubleshooting for A/T system.■ 3. Open wire check (TM-CAN_H line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Jump the SCS lin
  • Page 1477DTC Troubleshooting: U0038 cardiagn.com DTC U0038: PT-CAN Malfunction (TCM ECU BUS-OFF) NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. According to the detected DTC(s), check for the power circuit and the ground circuit of the control unit which cannot communicate wit
  • Page 14782. A/T system check: ‐1. Check for communication to the A/T system with the HDS. Does the HDS communicate with the A/T system? YES Go to step 3. NO Go to the symptom troubleshooting for A/T system.■ 3. Open wire check (TM-CAN_H line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Jump the SCS lin
  • Page 1479DTC Troubleshooting: U0038 cardiagn.com DTC U0038: TM-CAN Malfunction (TCM-PCM) NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. This code is caused by an electrical circuit problem and cannot be caused by a mechanical problem in the transmission. DTC Description Confir
  • Page 14802. Open wire check (TM-CAN_H line and TM-CAN_L line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. ‐3. Disconnect the following connectors. TCM 50P connector PCM connector A (50P) ‐4. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. T
  • Page 1481YES Repair a short to ground in the TM-CAN_H wire and/or TM-CAN_L wire between the PCM and the TCM.■ NO The TM-CAN_H wire and/or TM-CAN_L wire are OK. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good PCM, then recheck. I
  • Page 1482DTC Troubleshooting: U0038 cardiagn.com DTC U0038: TM-CAN Malfunction (TCM-PCM) NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. This code is caused by an electrical circuit problem and cannot be caused by a mechanical problem in the transmission. DTC Description Confir
  • Page 14832. Open wire check (TM-CAN_H line and TM-CAN_L line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. ‐3. Disconnect the following connectors. TCM 50P connector PCM connector A (50P) ‐4. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. T
  • Page 1484YES Repair a short to ground in the TM-CAN_H wire and/or TM-CAN_L wire between the PCM and the TCM.■ NO The TM-CAN_H wire and/or TM-CAN_L wire are OK. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good PCM, then recheck. I
  • Page 1485DTC Troubleshooting: U0047-00 cardiagn.com
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  • Page 1487DTC U0047-00: CAN Gateway F-CAN ch B Bus Off NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC U0047-00 CAN Gateway F-CAN ch B Bus Off 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐3. Turn the vehicle t
  • Page 1488Is DTC U0047-00 indicated? YES Go to step 3. NO Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good PCM, then recheck. If DTC U0047-00 goes away and the PCM was substituted, replace the original PCM.■ 3. Shorted unit check
  • Page 1489Is DTC U0047-00 indicated? YES (without navigation) Go to step 5. YES (with navigation) Go to step 6. NO Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good multipurpose camera unit, then recheck. If DTC U0047-00 goes away
  • Page 1490‐6. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, and wait 6 seconds. ‐7. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC U0047-00 CAN Gateway F-CAN ch B Bus Off Is DTC U0047-00 indicated? YES Go to step 7. NO Substitute a known-good audio-navigation unit, then recheck. If DTC U0047-00 goes away and the audio-n
  • Page 1491‐5. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐6. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, and wait 6 seconds. ‐7. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC U0047-00 CAN Gateway F-CAN ch B Bus Off Is DTC U0047-00 indicated? YES Go to step 9. NO Check for any authorized service information related to t
  • Page 1492‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode PCM connector A (50P): disconnected EPS control unit connector B (6P): disconnected Multipurpose camera unit 20P connector: disconnected Audio unit connector E (16P) (without navigation): disconnected Audio-
  • Page 1493Is there continuity? YES Repair a short in the F-CAN B_H wire to the F-CAN B_L wire between CAN gateway terminals No. 5 and No. 12.■ NO Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good CAN gateway, then recheck. If DTC U
  • Page 1494DTC Troubleshooting: U0047-00 cardiagn.com DTC U0047-00: CAN Gateway F-CAN ch B Bus Off NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information.
  • Page 1495DTC Description DTC U0047-00 CAN Gateway F-CAN ch B Bus Off 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐4. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, and wait 6 seconds. ‐5. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Descrip
  • Page 1496YES Go to step 3. NO Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good PCM, then recheck. If DTC U0047-00 goes away and the PCM was substituted, replace the original PCM.■ 3. Shorted unit check (EPS control unit): ‐1. Tur
  • Page 1497YES Go to step 5. NO Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or replace the VSA modulator-control unit.■ 5. Shorted unit check (multipurpose camera unit): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connector
  • Page 1498YES Go to step 7. NO Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or replace the audio unit.■ 7. Shorted unit check (SRS unit): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Do the 12 volt battery terminal disconnection procedure, and wait
  • Page 1499Is there continuity? YES Repair a short in the F-CAN B_H wire between the CAN gateway and the connected units.■ NO The F-CAN B_H wire is not short to ground. Go to step 9. 9. Shorted wire check (F-CAN B_L line): ‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. cardiagn.com Test condition Vehicl
  • Page 1500Is there continuity? YES Repair a short in the F-CAN B_L wire between the CAN gateway and the connected units.■ NO The F-CAN B_L wire is not short to ground. Go to step 10. 10. Shorted wire check (F-CAN B_H line to F-CAN B_L line): ‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition
  • Page 1501DTC Troubleshooting: U0047-00 cardiagn.com
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  • Page 1503DTC U0047-00: CAN Gateway F-CAN ch B Bus Off NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC U0047-00 CAN Gateway F-CAN ch B Bus Off 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐3. Turn the vehicle t
  • Page 1504Is DTC U0047-00 indicated? YES Go to step 3. NO Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good PCM, then recheck. If DTC U0047-00 goes away and the PCM was substituted, replace the original PCM.■ 3. Shorted unit check
  • Page 1505YES Go to step 5. NO Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or replace the millimeter wave radar.■ 5. Shorted unit check (multipurpose camera unit): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connector. Mul
  • Page 1506Is DTC U0047-00 indicated? YES Go to step 8. NO Substitute a known-good audio unit, then recheck. If DTC U0047-00 goes away and the audio unit was substituted, replace the original audio unit.■ 7. Shorted unit check (audio-navigation unit): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect
  • Page 1507Is DTC U0047-00 indicated? YES Go to step 9. NO Substitute a known-good SRS unit, then recheck. If DTC U0047-00 goes away and the SRS unit was substituted, replace the original SRS unit.■ 9. Shorted unit check (VSA modulator-control unit): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect
  • Page 1508Is there continuity? YES Repair a short in the F-CAN B_H wire between the CAN gateway and the connected units.■ NO The F-CAN B_H wire is not short to ground. Go to step 11. 11. Shorted wire check (F-CAN B_L line): ‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK
  • Page 1509Is there continuity? YES Repair a short in the F-CAN B_L wire between the CAN gateway and the connected units.■ NO The F-CAN B_L wire is not short to ground. Go to step 12. 12. Shorted wire check (F-CAN B_H line to F-CAN B_L line): ‐1. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition
  • Page 1510DTC Troubleshooting: U0047-00, U0047-F1, U12B7-00 DTC U0047-00: Millimeter Wave Radar Local-CAN Malfunction (BUS-OFF) cardiagn.com DTC U12B7-00: Millimeter Wave Radar Local-CAN Malfunction DTC U0047-F1: Multipurpose Camera Unit Local-CAN Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general
  • Page 1511DTC Description DTC U12B7-00 Millimeter Wave Radar Local-CAN Malfunction U0047-F1 Multipurpose Camera Unit Local-CAN Malfunction Is DTC U0047-00, U12B7-00, or U0047-F1 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor conne
  • Page 1512DTC Troubleshooting: U0073 DTC U0073: F-CAN Communication Bus Line Error DTC Description DTC U0073 F-CAN Communication Bus Line Error 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. cardiagn.com ‐3. Wait for at least 6 seconds. ‐4. Check for DTCs with t
  • Page 1513DTC Troubleshooting: U0073 DTC U0073: F-CAN Communication Bus Line Error DTC Description DTC U0073 F-CAN Communication Bus Line Error 1. DTC check (CAN gateway system): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. cardiagn.com ‐2. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. ‐3. Check for CAN gateway system DTCs with the H
  • Page 1514DTC Troubleshooting: U0100, U0101, U0122, U0128, U0131, U0132, U0151 DTC U0100: Gauge Control Module Lost Communication with ENG/AT cardiagn.com DTC U0101: Gauge Control Module Lost Communication with AT DTC U0122: Gauge Control Module Lost Communication with VSA Modulator- Control Unit DTC U0128: G
  • Page 15151. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode and then the ON mode. ‐4. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC U0100 Gauge Control Module Lost Communication with ENG/AT U0101 Gauge Control Module Lo
  • Page 1516DTC Connector U0131 EPS control unit connector B (6P) U0132 Adaptive damper control unit 24P connector U0151 SRS unit connector A (39P) *1: L15B7/L15BA/L15BY engine *2: K20C1 engine *3: K20C2 engine ‐4. Check for continuity between the receiving control unit and the transmitting control unit on the
  • Page 1517DTC Troubleshooting: U0100, U0101, U0122, U0128, U0131, U0151, U129C cardiagn.com
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  • Page 1519DTC U0100: Gauge Control Module Lost Communication with ENG/AT DTC U0101: Gauge Control Module Lost Communication with AT DTC U0122: Gauge Control Module Lost Communication with VSA Modulator- Control Unit DTC U0128: Gauge Control Module Lost Communication with EPB DTC U0131: Gauge Control Module Lo
  • Page 1520Does the gauge control module detect the CAN gateway Bus channels A? Bus A is Not Available Go to step 3. Bus A is Available Go to step 4. 3. Open wire check (F-CAN A lines): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connectors. CAN gateway 12P connector Gauge control
  • Page 1521DTC Transmitting control unit Detected CAN gateway Bus channel(s) at normal U0101 TCM A DTC Transmitting control unit Detected CAN gateway Bus channel(s) at normal U0122 VSA modulator-control unit A, B U0128 U0131 EPS control unit B U0151 SRS unit B U129C Multipurpose camera unit B Is it detected no
  • Page 1522DTC Circuit name Test point 1 (Receiving control unit) Test point 2 (Transmitting control unit) Connector Terminal Connector Terminal U0100 F-CAN A_H CAN gateway 12P connector No. 3 PCM connector A (50P) No. 37 F-CAN A_L No. 9 No. 36 DTC Circuit name Test point 1 (Receiving control unit) Test point
  • Page 1523CAN gateway 12P connector: disconnected Transmitting control unit connector(s) for indicated DTCs: disconnected DTC Circuit name Test point 1 (Receiving control unit) Test point 2 (Transmitting control unit) Connector Terminal Connector Terminal U0100 F-CAN B_H CAN gateway 12P connector No. 12 PCM c
  • Page 1524DTC Troubleshooting: U0100, U0122 DTC U0100: Power Control Unit (Body Control Module) Lost Communication with PCM DTC U0122: Power Control Unit (Body Control Module) Lost Communication with VSA Modulator-Control Unit (VSA Message) NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting inf
  • Page 1525Are any DTCs indicated? YES Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the transmitting control units and the gauge control module.■ 2. Open wire check (F-CAN_H line, F-CAN_L line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mod
  • Page 1526DTC Troubleshooting: U0100, U0122 cardiagn.com
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  • Page 1528DTC U0100: Power Control Unit (Body Control Module) Lost Communication with PCM DTC U0122: Power Control Unit (Body Control Module) Lost Communication with VSA Modulator-Control Unit (VSA Message) NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. According to the detecte
  • Page 1529‐2. Disconnect the following connectors. CAN gateway 12P connector Body control module connector B (36P) ‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2 respectively. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode CAN gateway 12P connector: disconnected Body control module connector B (36P): disconnect
  • Page 1530Detected normal Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the transmitting control unit and the CAN gateway.■ U0100: PCM is Not Available for Bus A Go to step 5. U0100: PCM is Not Available for Bus B Go to step 6. U0122: VSA modulator-contr
  • Page 1531DTC Operation for transmitting control unit U0122 Replace the VSA modulator-control unit.■ NO Repair an open in F-CAN A_H or F-CAN A_L wire between the CAN gateway and the transmitting control unit.■ 6. Open wire check (F-CAN B lines): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. U0100: Jump the
  • Page 1532DTC Troubleshooting: U0100, U0122, U0151, U0155 DTC U0100: F-CAN Malfunction (TCM - FI Control Module) DTC U0122: Lost Communication With Vehicle Dynamics Control Module cardiagn.com DTC U0151: Lost Communication With SRS Unit DTC U0155: Lost Communication With Gauge Control Module NOTE: Before you
  • Page 1533‐4. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐5. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending Freeze DTC DTC Frame U0100 F-CAN Malfunction (TCM - FI Control Module) U0122 Lost Communication With Vehicle Dynamics Control Module U0151 Lost Communication With SRS Unit U01
  • Page 1534Is there continuity? YES The F-CAN_H wire and the F-CAN_L wire are OK. Replace the control unit based on the instructions (see table).■ DTC Transmitting control unit Procedure U0100 PCM Replace the PCM U0122 VSA modulator-control unit Replace the VSA modulator- control unit U0151 SRS unit Replace th
  • Page 1535DTC Troubleshooting: U0100, U0122, U0151, U0155 cardiagn.com
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  • Page 1537DTC U0100: F-CAN Malfunction (TCM - FI Control Module) DTC U0122: Lost Communication With Vehicle Dynamics Control Module DTC U0151: Lost Communication With SRS Unit DTC U0155: Lost Communication With Gauge Control Module NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information.
  • Page 1538Bus A is Not Available Go to step 3. Bus A is Available Go to step 4. 3. Open wire check (F-CAN A_H line, F-CAN A_L line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connectors. CAN gateway 12P connector TCM 50P connector ‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1
  • Page 1539Is it detected normally? Detected normal Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the transmitting control unit and the CAN gateway.■ U0100: PCM is Not Available for Bus A Go to step 5. U0100: PCM is Not Available for Bus B Go to step 6. U
  • Page 1540YES The F-CAN A_H wire and the F-CAN A_L wire are OK. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting. According to the detected DTC on the following table, substitute or replace the correspond control unit.■ DTC Operation for transmitting control
  • Page 1541symptoms you are troubleshooting. According to the detected DTC on the following table, substitute or replace the correspond control unit.■ DTC Operation for transmitting control unit U0100 Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the CAN gateway and the PCM. Substitute a known-good PCM, the
  • Page 1542DTC Troubleshooting: U0100, U0122, U0155 DTC U0100: F-CAN Malfunction (TCM - FI Control Module) DTC U0122: Lost Communication With Vehicle Dynamics Control Module DTC U0155: Lost Communication With Gauge Control Module cardiagn.com NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting In
  • Page 1543‐5. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending Freeze DTC DTC Frame U0100 F-CAN Malfunction (TCM - FI Control Module) U0122 Lost Communication With Vehicle Dynamics Control Module U0155 Lost Communication With Gauge Control Module Are any DTCs indicated? YES
  • Page 1544NO Repair an open in the F-CAN_H wire and/or F-CAN_L wire between the receiving control unit and the transmitting control unit.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 1545DTC Troubleshooting: U0100, U0122, U0155 cardiagn.com
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  • Page 1547DTC U0100: F-CAN Malfunction (TCM - FI Control Module) DTC U0122: Lost Communication With Vehicle Dynamics Control Module DTC U0155: Lost Communication With Gauge Control Module NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. This code is caused by an electrical circui
  • Page 1548‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connectors. CAN gateway 12P connector TCM 50P connector ‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. F-CAN A_H line Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode CAN gateway 12P connector: disconnected TCM 50P connector: dis
  • Page 1549poor connections or loose terminals at the transmitting control unit and the CAN gateway.■ U0100: PCM is Not Available for Bus A Go to step 5. U0100: PCM is Not Available for Bus B Go to step 6. U0122: VSA modulator-control unit is Not Available for Bus A Go to step 5. U0122: VSA modulator-control u
  • Page 1550DTC Operation for transmitting control unit original PCM.■ U0122 Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the CAN gateway and the VSA modulator-control unit. Replace the VSA modulator-control unit.■ U0155 Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the CAN gateway and the gauge control
  • Page 1551DTC Troubleshooting: U0100-00 cardiagn.com DTC U0100-00: F-CAN Malfunction (EPS Control Unit-PCM) NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information.
  • Page 1552DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame U0100-00 F-CAN Malfunction (EPS Control Unit-PCM) 1. DTC check (CAN gateway system): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Check for CAN gateway system DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC U0029-00 CAN Gateway F-CAN ch A Bus Off U0047-00 CAN Gateway F-CAN ch B B
  • Page 1553Test point 2 CAN gateway 12P connector No. 12 Test point 1 EPS control unit connector B (6P) No. 1 Test point 2 CAN gateway 12P connector No. 5 Is there continuity? YES The F-CAN B_H and F-CAN B_L wires are OK. Check for loose terminals and poor connections in the EPS control unit connectors. Check
  • Page 1554YES The F-CAN A_H and F-CAN A_L wires are OK. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good PCM, then recheck. If DTC goes away and the PCM was substituted, replace the original PCM.■ NO Repair an open in the wire bet
  • Page 1555Is there continuity? YES The F-CAN A_H and F-CAN A_L wires are OK. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good TCM, then recheck. If this DTC goes away and the TCM was substituted, replace the original TCM.■ NO Repa
  • Page 1556DTC Troubleshooting: U0100-00 cardiagn.com DTC U0100-00: F-CAN Malfunction (EPS Control Unit-PCM) NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame U0100-00 F-CAN Malfunction (EPS Control Unit-PCM) 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the ve
  • Page 15572. Open wire check (F-CAN_H, F-CAN_L lines) 1: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Short the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. ‐3. Disconnect the following connectors. EPS control unit connector B (6P) PCM connector A (50P)*1 PCM connector No. 2 (58P)*2 *1: Except Type
  • Page 1558YES The F-CAN_H and the F-CAN_L wires are OK. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good TCM, then recheck. If this DTC goes away and the TCM was substituted, replace the original TCM.■ NO Repair an open in the F-C
  • Page 1559DTC Troubleshooting: U0100-00, U0101-00, U0104-00, U0123-00, U0126-00, U0151-00, U0155-00 cardiagn.com
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  • Page 1561DTC U0100-00: CAN Communication Failure with ECM/ISU DTC U0101-00: CAN Communication Failure with TCM DTC U0104-00: CAN Communication Failure with ACC DTC U0123-00: CAN Communication Failure with Yaw-Rate/Acceleration Sensor DTC U0126-00: CAN Communication Failure with Absolute Steering Wheel Angle
  • Page 1562Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode CAN gateway 12P connector: disconnected VSA modulator-control unit 46P connector: disconnected Test point 1 CAN gateway 12P connector (female terminals) No. 3: Test point 2 VSA modulator-control unit 46P connector No. 20 Test point 1 CAN gateway 12P connector (
  • Page 1563Bus channel(s) at normal U0100-00 PCM A, B U0101-00 TCM A U0104-00*1 Multipurpose camera unit B U0104-00*2 Millimeter wave radar B U0123-00 SRS unit B U0126-00 EPS motor/control unit B U0151-00 SRS unit B U0155-00 Gauge control module A *1: 2/4-door *2: 5-door Is it detected normally? cardiagn.com
  • Page 1564Detected normal Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the transmitting control unit and the CAN gateway.■ U0100-00: PCM is Not Available for Bus A Go to step 6. U0100-00: PCM is Not Available for Bus B Go to step 7. U0101-00: TCM is Not
  • Page 1565Is there continuity? YES The F-CAN A_H wire and the F-CAN A_L wire are OK. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting. According to the detected DTC on the following table, substitute or replace the correspond control unit.■ DTC Operation for
  • Page 1566Is there continuity? YES The F-CAN B_H wire and the F-CAN B_L wire are OK. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting. According to the detected DTC on the following table, substitute or replace the correspond control unit.■ DTC Operation for
  • Page 1567DTC Troubleshooting: U0100-00, U0101-00, U0122-00, U0128-00, U0131-00, U0151-00, U0155-00 cardiagn.com
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  • Page 1570DTC U0100-00: Lost Communication With The PCM (PGM-FI System) DTC U0101-00: Lost Communication With The PCM/TCM DTC U0122-00: Lost Communication With The VSA Modulator-Control Unit DTC U0128-00: Lost Communication With The Electric Parking Brake Control Unit DTC U0131-00: Lost Communication With The
  • Page 1571Bus B is Available Go to step 4. 3. Open wire check (F-CAN B_H line, F-CAN B_L line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connectors. CAN gateway 12P connector Multipurpose camera unit 20P connector ‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test cond
  • Page 1572Detected normal Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the transmitting control unit and the CAN gateway.■ U0100-00: PCM is Not Available for Bus A Go to step 5. U0100-00: PCM is Not Available for Bus B Go to step 6. U0101-00: PCM is Not
  • Page 1573DTC Circuit name Test point 1 (Receiving control unit) Test point 2 (Transmitting control unit) Connector Terminal Connector Terminal U0155-00 F-CAN A_H CAN gateway 12P No. 3 Gauge control module No. 19 F-CAN A_L connector No. 9 connector A (32P) No. 20 Is there continuity? YES According to the dete
  • Page 1574‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. According to the detected DTC on the following table, disconnect the transmitting control unit connector(s). DTC Connector CAN gateway 12P connector U0100-00 PCM connector A (51P) U0101-00 PCM connector A (51P) U0122-00 VSA modulator-control unit 46P
  • Page 1575DTC Operation for transmitting control unit U0101-00 Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the CAN gateway and the PCM. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a good-known PCM, then recheck. If they are OK, repla
  • Page 1576DTC Troubleshooting: U0100-00, U0101-00, U0122-00, U0128-00, U0131-00, U0151-00, U0155-00 cardiagn.com
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  • Page 1579DTC U0100-00: Lost Communication With The PCM (PGM-FI System) (Millimeter Wave Radar) DTC U0101-00: Lost Communication With The PCM/TCM (Millimeter Wave Radar) DTC U0122-00: Lost Communication With The VSA Modulator-Control Unit (Millimeter Wave Radar) DTC U0128-00: Lost Communication With The Elect
  • Page 1580YES Go to the indicated DTCs troubleshooting.■ NO Go to step 2. 2. F-CAN circuit communication check (Receiving control unit): ‐1. Select the FUNCTION TEST in the CAN gateway with the HDS, then select the F-CAN Bus Connected Unit Check. Does the millimeter wave radar detect the CAN gateway Bus chann
  • Page 1581‐1. Select the FUNCTION TEST in the CAN gateway with the HDS, then select the F-CAN Bus Connected Unit Check. ‐2. According to the detected DTC on the following table, make sure that the transmitting control unit detects the CAN gateway Bus channel(s) normally. DTC Transmitting control unit Detected
  • Page 1582‐2. According to the detected DTC on the following table, disconnect the transmitting control unit connector(s). DTC Connector CAN gateway 12P connector U0100-00 PCM connector A (50P) U0101-00 PCM connector A (50P) U0122-00 VSA modulator-control unit 46P connector U0128-00 VSA modulator-control unit
  • Page 1583DTC Operation for transmitting control unit U0122-00 Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the millimeter wave radar and the VSA modulator-control unit. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting. If they are OK, replace the VSA mo
  • Page 1584DTC Circuit name Test point 1 (Receiving control unit) Test point 2 (Transmitting control unit) Connector Terminal Connector Terminal U0151-00 F-CAN B_H CAN gateway 12P No. 12: SRS unit connector A No. 34 connector (female (39P) F-CAN B_L terminals) No. 5: No. 35 Is there continuity? YES According t
  • Page 1585DTC Troubleshooting: U0100-00, U0101-00, U0123-00, U0126-00, U0151-00, U0155-00 DTC U0100-00: CAN Communication Failure with ECM/ISU DTC U0101-00: CAN Communication Failure with TCM DTC U0123-00: CAN Communication Failure with Yaw-Rate/Acceleration Sensor cardiagn.com DTC U0126-00: CAN Communication
  • Page 1586‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode, then start the engine. ‐4. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC U0100-00 CAN Communication Failure with ECM/ISU U0101-00 CAN Communication Failure with TCM U0123-00 CAN Commu
  • Page 1587DTC Circuit Receiving Control Unit Transmitting Control Unit Name U0100-00*1 F-CAN_H VSA modulator-control unit 46P PCM connector A (50P) No. 37 CAN Communication Failure connector No. 20 with ECM/ISU F-CAN_L VSA modulator-control unit 46P PCM connector A (50P) No. 36 connector No. 21 U0100-00*2 F-C
  • Page 1588DTC Troubleshooting: U0100-00, U0122-00, U0131-00, U0151-00 DTC U0100-00: CAN Communication Failure with PCM/TCM DTC U0122-00: F-CAN Communication With VSA Modulator-Control Unit Malfunction DTC U0131-00: F-CAN Communication With EPS Malfunction DTC U0151-00: CAN Communication Failure with SRS NOTE:
  • Page 1589YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the transmitting control units, and adaptive damper control unit. If the freeze data/on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the f
  • Page 1590DTC Troubleshooting: U0100-00, U0122-00, U0131-00, U0151-00 DTC U0100-00: CAN Communication Failure with PCM/TCM DTC U0122-00: F-CAN Communication With VSA Modulator-Control Unit Malfunction DTC U0131-00: F-CAN Communication With EPS Malfunction DTC U0151-00: CAN Communication Failure with SRS NOTE:
  • Page 1591YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the transmitting control units, and adaptive damper control unit. If the freeze data/on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the f
  • Page 1592DTC Troubleshooting: U0100-F1, U0101-F1, U0122-F1, U0131-F1, U0151-F1, U0155-F1 cardiagn.com
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  • Page 1594DTC U0100-F1: Lost Communication With The PCM (PGM-FI System) (Multipurpose Camera Unit) DTC U0101-F1: Lost Communication With The PCM/TCM (Multipurpose Camera Unit) DTC U0122-F1: Lost Communication With The VSA Modulator-Control Unit (Multipurpose Camera Unit) DTC U0131-F1: Lost Communication With
  • Page 1595YES Go to the indicated DTCs troubleshooting.■ NO Go to step 2. 2. F-CAN circuit communication check (Receiving control unit): ‐1. Select the FUNCTION TEST in the CAN gateway with the HDS, then select the F-CAN Bus Connected Unit Check. Does the millimeter wave radar detect the CAN gateway Bus chann
  • Page 1596‐2. According to the detected DTC on the following table, make sure that the transmitting control unit detects the CAN gateway Bus channel(s) normally. DTC Transmitting control unit Detected CAN getaway Bus channel(s) at normal U0100-F1 PCM A, B U0101-F1 PCM A, B U0122-F1 VSA modulator-control unit
  • Page 1597DTC Circuit name Test point 1 (Receiving control unit) Test point 2 (Transmitting control unit) Connector Terminal Connector Terminal U0100-F1 F-CAN A_H CAN gateway 12P No. 3: PCM connector A (50P) No. 37 connector (female F-CAN A_L terminals) No. 9: No. 36 U0101-F1 F-CAN A_H CAN gateway 12P No. 3:
  • Page 1598‐2. According to the detected DTC on the following table, disconnect the transmitting control unit connector(s). DTC Connector CAN gateway 12P connector U0100-F1 PCM connector A (50P) U0101-F1 PCM connector A (50P) U0122-F1 VSA modulator-control unit 46P connector U0131-F1 EPS control unit connector
  • Page 1599DTC Operation for transmitting control unit U0101-F1 Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the millimeter wave radar and the PCM. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a good-known PCM, then recheck. If they are
  • Page 1600DTC Troubleshooting: U0101, U0104, U0122, U0128, U0131, U0151, U0155, U129E cardiagn.com
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  • Page 1603DTC U0101: F-CAN Malfunction (PCM-TCM) DTC U0104: F-CAN Malfunction (PCM-Driving Support System Control Unit) DTC U0122: F-CAN Malfunction (PCM-VSA Modulator-Control Unit) DTC U0128: F-CAN Malfunction (PCM-Electric Parking Brake Control Unit) DTC U0131: F-CAN Malfunction (PCM-EPS Control Unit) DTC U
  • Page 1604Bus A is Not Available Go to step 3. Bus B is Not Available Go to step 4. Bus A and B are Available Go to step 5. 3. Open wire check (F-CAN A_H line, F-CAN A_L line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minute. ‐3. Disconnect the foll
  • Page 1605‐3. Disconnect the following connectors. CAN gateway 12P connector PCM connector A (50P) ‐4. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode CAN gateway 12P connector: disconnected PCM connector A (50P): disconnected Test point 1 CAN gateway 12P connector (fe
  • Page 1606Detected normal Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the transmitting control unit and the CAN gateway.■ U0101: TCM is Not Available for Bus A Go to step 6. U0104: Millimeter wave radar is Not Available for Bus B Go to step 7. U0122: V
  • Page 1607DTC Circuit name Receiving control unit Transmitting control unit Connector Terminal Connector Terminal U129E F-CAN A_H CAN gateway 12P No. 3 Body control module No. 22 connector (female connector B (36P) F-CAN A_L terminals): No. 9 No. 23 Is there continuity? YES The F-CAN A_H wire and the F-CAN A_
  • Page 1608DTC Circuit name Receiving control unit Transmitting control unit Connector Terminal Connector Terminal U0104 F-CAN B_H CAN gateway 12P No. 12 Millimeter wave radar 8P No. 7 connector (female connector F-CAN B_L terminals): No. 5 No. 6 U0122 F-CAN B_H CAN gateway 12P No. 12 VSA modulator-control uni
  • Page 1609DTC Troubleshooting: U0101, U0104, U0122, U0131, U0151, U0155, U129E cardiagn.com
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  • Page 1611DTC U0101: F-CAN Malfunction (PCM-TCM) DTC U0104: F-CAN Malfunction (PCM-Driving Support System Control Unit) DTC U0122: F-CAN Malfunction (PCM-VSA Modulator-Control Unit) DTC U0131: F-CAN Malfunction (PCM-EPS Control Unit) DTC U0151: F-CAN Malfunction (PCM-SRS Unit) DTC U0155: F-CAN Malfunction (PC
  • Page 1612Which result is indicated? Bus A is Not Available Go to step 3. Bus B is Not Available Go to step 4. Bus A and B are Available Go to step 5. 3. Open wire check (F-CAN A_H line, F-CAN A_L line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minu
  • Page 1613‐3. Disconnect the following connectors. CAN gateway 12P connector PCM connector A (50P) ‐4. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode CAN gateway 12P connector: disconnected PCM connector A (50P): disconnected Test point 1 CAN gateway 12P connector No.
  • Page 1614Detected normal Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the transmitting control unit and the CAN gateway.■ U0101: TCM is Not Available for Bus A Go to step 6. U0104: Multipurpose camera unit is Not Available for Bus B Go to step 7. U0122
  • Page 1615YES The F-CAN A_H wire and the F-CAN A_L wire are OK. According to the detected DTC on the following table, update, substitute, or replace the correspond control unit.■ DTC Operation for transmitting control unit U0101 Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the CAN gateway and the TCM. Sub
  • Page 1616YES The F-CAN B_H wire and the F-CAN B_L wire are OK. According to the detected DTC on the following table, update, substitute, or replace the correspond control unit.■ DTC Operation for transmitting control unit U0104 Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the CAN gateway and the multipur
  • Page 1617DTC Troubleshooting: U0101, U0104, U0122, U0131, U0151, U0155, U129E cardiagn.com
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  • Page 1619DTC U0101: F-CAN Malfunction (PCM-TCM) DTC U0104: F-CAN Malfunction (PCM-Driving Support System Control Unit) DTC U0122: F-CAN Malfunction (PCM-VSA Modulator-Control Unit) DTC U0131: F-CAN Malfunction (PCM-EPS Control Unit) DTC U0151: F-CAN Malfunction (PCM-SRS Unit) DTC U0155: F-CAN Malfunction (PC
  • Page 1620Which result is indicated? Bus A is Not Available Go to step 3. Bus B is Not Available Go to step 4. Bus A and B are Available Go to step 5. 3. Open wire check (F-CAN A_H line, F-CAN A_L line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, and wait more than 1 minu
  • Page 1621‐3. Disconnect the following connectors. CAN gateway 12P connector PCM connector A (50P) ‐4. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode CAN gateway 12P connector: disconnected PCM connector A (50P): disconnected Test point 1 CAN gateway 12P connector No.
  • Page 1622Is it detected normally? Detected normal Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the transmitting control unit and the CAN gateway.■ U0101: TCM is Not Available for Bus A Go to step 6. U0104: Multipurpose camera unit is Not Available for
  • Page 1623Is there continuity? YES The F-CAN A_H wire and the F-CAN A_L wire are OK. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting. According to the detected DTC on the following table, substitute or replace the correspond control unit.■ DTC Operation for
  • Page 1624DTC Circuit name Test point 1 (Receiving control unit) Test point 2 (Transmitting control unit) Connector Terminal Connector Terminal U0122 F-CAN B_H CAN gateway 12P connector No. 12 VSA modulator-control unit No. 24 F-CAN B_L No. 5 46P connector No. 25 U0131 F-CAN B_H CAN gateway 12P connector No.
  • Page 1625DTC Troubleshooting: U0101, U0122, U0128, U0131, U0151, U0155, U129E cardiagn.com DTC U0101: F-CAN Malfunction (PCM-TCM) DTC U0122: F-CAN Malfunction (PCM-VSA Modulator-Control Unit) DTC U0128: F-CAN Malfunction (PCM-Electric Parking Brake Control Unit) DTC U0131: F-CAN Malfunction (PCM-EPS Control
  • Page 16261. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐4. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐5. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC U0101 F-CAN Malfunction (PCM
  • Page 1627Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Receiving control unit connector(s): disconnected Transmitting control unit connector(s) for indicated DTCs: disconnected DTC Circuit name Receiving control unit Transmitting control unit Connector Terminal Connector Terminal U0101 F-CAN_H PCM connector A (50P)
  • Page 1628DTC Troubleshooting: U0101, U0122, U0128, U0131, U0151, U0155, U129E cardiagn.com DTC U0101: F-CAN Malfunction (PCM-TCM) DTC U0122: F-CAN Malfunction (PCM-VSA Modulator-Control Unit) DTC U0128: F-CAN Malfunction (PCM-Electric Parking Brake Control Unit) DTC U0131: F-CAN Malfunction (PCM-EPS Control
  • Page 16291. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐4. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐5. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC U0101 F-CAN Malfunction (PCM
  • Page 1630Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Receiving control unit connector(s): disconnected Transmitting control unit connector(s) for indicated DTCs: disconnected DTC Circuit name Receiving control unit Transmitting control unit Connector Terminal Connector Terminal U0101 F-CAN_H PCM connector A (50P)
  • Page 1631DTC Troubleshooting: U0122, U0128, U0131, U0151, U0155, U129E DTC U0122: F-CAN Malfunction (PCM-VSA Modulator-Control Unit) cardiagn.com DTC U0128: F-CAN Malfunction (PCM-Electric Parking Brake Control Unit) DTC U0131: F-CAN Malfunction (PCM-EPS Control Unit) DTC U0151: F-CAN Malfunction (PCM-SRS Un
  • Page 1632‐2. Clear the DTC with the HDS. ‐3. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐4. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐5. Check for Pending or Confirmed DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC U0122 F-CAN Malfunction (PCM-VSA Modulator-Control Unit) U0128 F-CAN Malfunction (PCM-Elec
  • Page 1633Transmitting control unit connector(s) for indicated DTCs: disconnected DTC Circuit name Receiving control unit Transmitting control unit Connector Terminal Connector Terminal U0122 F-CAN_H PCM connector No. 2 (58P) No. 15 VSA modulator-control unit No. 20 F-CAN_L No. 27 46P connector No. 21 U0128 F
  • Page 1634DTC Troubleshooting: U0122-00 cardiagn.com DTC U0122-00: Lost Communication With the VSA Modulator-Control Unit (wheel speed sensor signal error) NOTE:
  • Page 1635Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so, verify that all the required components were replaced with new components of the correct part number and were properly installed. Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, review SRS Precautions and Pr
  • Page 1636‐4. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode CAN gateway 12P connector: disconnected SRS unit connector A (39P): disconnected Test point 1 CAN gateway 12P connector No. 12 Test point 2 SRS unit connector A (39P) No. 34 Test point 1 CAN gateway 12P conn
  • Page 1637‐2. According to the detected DTC on the following table, disconnect the transmitting control unit connector(s). DTC Connector - CAN gateway 12P connector U0122-00 VSA modulator-control unit 46P connector ‐3. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode CA
  • Page 1638Is there continuity? YES The F-CAN B_H and the F-CAN B_L wires are OK. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting. According to the detected DTC on the following table, substitute or replace the correspond control unit.■ DTC Operation for tra
  • Page 1639DTC Troubleshooting: U0122-00 DTC U0122-00: Lost Communication With the VSA Modulator-Control Unit (wheel speed sensor signal error) NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so, verify that all the required components were replaced with new co
  • Page 1640‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the negative cable from the 12 volt battery, then wait at least 3 minutes. ‐3. Disconnect the receiving control unit connector(s). SRS unit connector A (39P) ‐4. Disconnect the transmitting control unit connector(s). Refer to the DTC shown
  • Page 1641DTC Troubleshooting: U0122-00, U0151-00 DTC U0122-00: F-CAN Malfunction (EPS Control Unit-VSA Modulator-Control Unit) DTC U0151-00: F-CAN Malfunction (EPS Control Unit-SRS Unit) NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. According to the detected DTC(s), check for
  • Page 1642YES Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. If the freeze data/on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions with the Freeze data/on-board snapshot.■ 2. Open wire check (F-CAN_L, F-CAN_H lines): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to
  • Page 1643DTC Troubleshooting: U0122-00, U0151-00, U129C-00 cardiagn.com
  • Page 1644DTC U0122-00: F-CAN Malfunction (EPS Control Unit-VSA Modulator-Control Unit) DTC U0151-00: F-CAN Malfunction (EPS Control Unit-SRS Unit) DTC U129C-00: F-CAN Malfunction (EPS Control Unit-Driving Support System Control Unit) NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting informati
  • Page 1645Is there continuity? YES The F-CAN B_H and the F-CAN B_L wires are OK. Check for loose terminals and poor connections in the EPS control unit connectors. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting. If they are OK, replace the EPS motor/contro
  • Page 1646Detected normal Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the transmitting control unit and the CAN gateway.■ U0122-00: VSA modulator-control unit is Not Available for Bus A Go to step 5. U0122-00: VSA modulator-control unit is Not Availabl
  • Page 1647DTC Circuit name Test point 1 (Receiving control unit) Test point 2 (Transmitting control unit) Connector Terminal Connector Terminal F-CAN B_L connector: No. 5 46P connector No. 25 U0151-00 F-CAN B_H CAN gateway 12P No. 12 SRS unit connector A (39P) No. 34 F-CAN B_L connector: No. 5 No. 35 U129C-00
  • Page 1648DTC Troubleshooting: U0123-00 DTC U0123-00: Yaw Rate Sensor Circuit Error NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. This vehicle's multipurpose camera unit receives the failure information of the yaw rate sensor from the SRS unit. The SRS unit does not uses the y
  • Page 1649DTC Troubleshooting: U0301 DTC U0301: PGM-FI System and Transmission System Program Version Mismatch NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC U0301 PGM-FI System and Transmission System Program Version Mismatch cardiagn.
  • Page 1650DTC Troubleshooting: U0301 DTC U0301: PGM-FI System and Transmission System Program Version Mismatch NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC U0301 PGM-FI System and Transmission System Program Version Mismatch cardiagn.
  • Page 1651DTC Troubleshooting: U0302 DTC U0302: PGM-FI System and A/T System Program Version Mismatch NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. This DTC is indicated when the TCM update procedure is not completed. Do not turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode while updati
  • Page 1652DTC Troubleshooting: U0302 DTC U0302: PGM-FI System and A/T System Program Version Mismatch NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the General Troubleshooting Information. This DTC is indicated when the TCM update procedure is not completed. Do not turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode while updati
  • Page 1653DTC Troubleshooting: U0401-53, U0401-92 DTC U0401-53: Temporary stop of Integrated Driver Support System (Received stop request by PGM-FI System) DTC U0401-92: Temporary stop of Integrated Driver Support System (Rejected control request by PGM-FI System) NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the gen
  • Page 1654‐2. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC U0401-53 Temporary stop of Integrated Driver Support System (Received stop request by PGM-FI System) U0401-92 Temporary stop of Integrated Driver Support System (Rejected control request by PGM-FI System) Is there any DTC(s) other than DTC U0401-5
  • Page 1655DTC Troubleshooting: U0401-68 DTC U0401-68: PCM (PGM-FI System) Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze cardiagn.com Frame U0401-68 PCM (PGM-FI System) Malfunction 1. PGM-FI system DTC check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON
  • Page 1656Is DTC U0401-68 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Check for loose terminals and poor connections in the multipurpose camera unit 20P connector. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting. If they are OK, replace the multipurpose camer
  • Page 1657DTC Troubleshooting: U0401-68 cardiagn.com DTC U0401-68: ECM Failure NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. VSA will set this DTC if any PGM-FI system DTC's exist. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame U0401-68 ECM Failure 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehi
  • Page 16582. PGM-FI system DTCs check: ‐1. Check for PGM-FI system DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC Are any DTCs indicated? YES Go to indicated DTCs troubleshooting. After all PGM-FI system DTC's have been repaired, return to VSA and clear this code.■ NO Go to step 3. 3. PCM check
  • Page 1659DTC Troubleshooting: U0402-68 DTC U0402-68: PCM/TCM Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze cardiagn.com Frame U0402-68 PCM/TCM Malfunction 1. PGM-FI system DTC check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Check for DTC
  • Page 1660YES The failure is duplicated. Check for loose terminals and poor connections in the multipurpose camera unit 20P connector. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting. If they are OK, replace the multipurpose camera unit.■ NO Intermittent fa
  • Page 1661DTC Troubleshooting: U0402-68 DTC U0402-68: TCM Failure NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame U0402-68 TCM Failure cardiagn.com 1. CVT DTCs check: ‐1. Check for CVT DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending Freeze D
  • Page 1662YES Check for loose terminals and poor connections in the VSA modulator-control unit 46P connector. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting. If they are OK, replace the VSA modulator- control unit.■ NO Intermittent failure, the system is O
  • Page 1663DTC Troubleshooting: U0416-68 DTC U0416-68: VSA System Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. This DTC is stored by VSA system malfunction. If the VSA indicator on, troubleshoot the VSA system first. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame U0416-68 VSA Sy
  • Page 1664DTC Troubleshooting: U0416-68 DTC U0416-68: VSA System Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame U0416-68 VSA System Malfunction 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. cardiagn.com ‐2. Clear the
  • Page 1665DTC Troubleshooting: U0416-68, U0416-F8 DTC U0416-68: VSA Brake Actuator Malfunction DTC U0416-F8: VSA Modulator-Control Unit Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze cardiagn.com Frame U0416-68 VSA Brake Actuator Malfuncti
  • Page 1666‐4. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame U0416-68 VSA Brake Actuator Malfunction U0416-F8 VSA Modulator-Control Unit Malfunction Is DTC U0416-68 or U0416-F8 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Check for loose terminals and poor connections in the multipurpose camera un
  • Page 1667DTC Troubleshooting: U0416-92, U0416-9A DTC U0416-92: Temporary stop of Integrated Driver Support System (Rejected control request by VSA System) DTC U0416-9A: Temporary stop of Integrated Driver Support System (Unstable Wheel Speed Sensor Signal) NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general tr
  • Page 1668YES Perform a troubleshooting for the recorded DTC.■ NO Clear the DTC with the HDS and explain to the customer that it is not a failure.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 1669DTC Troubleshooting: U0417-68 DTC U0417-68: Electric Parking Brake Control Unit Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame U0417-68 Electric Parking Brake cardiagn.com Control Unit Malfunction 1. VSA system DTC check: ‐
  • Page 1670YES The failure is duplicated. Check for loose terminals and poor connections in the multipurpose camera unit 20P connector. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting. If they are OK, replace the multipurpose camera unit.■ NO Intermittent fa
  • Page 1671DTC Troubleshooting: U0417-68 DTC U0417-68: Electric Parking Brake Control Unit Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. This DTCs are recorded when the millimeter wave radar receives electric parking brake control unit failure information via the F-
  • Page 1672DTC Troubleshooting: U0420-68 DTC U0420-68: EPS Control Unit Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame U0420-68 EPS Control Unit cardiagn.com Malfunction 1. EPS system DTC check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2
  • Page 1673YES The failure is duplicated. Check for loose terminals and poor connections in the multipurpose camera unit 20P connector. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting. If they are OK, replace the multipurpose camera unit.■ NO Intermittent fa
  • Page 1674DTC Troubleshooting: U0420-68 DTC U0420-68: EPS Control Unit Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. This DTC is recorded when the millimeter wave radar receives the EPS control unit failure information via the F-CAN. If a DTC is recorded again afte
  • Page 1675DTC Troubleshooting: U0423-68 DTC U0423-68: Gauge Control Module Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze cardiagn.com Frame U0423-68 Gauge Control Module Malfunction 1. Gauge control module DTC check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle
  • Page 1676YES The failure is duplicated. Check for loose terminals and poor connections in the multipurpose camera unit 20P connector. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting. If they are OK, replace the multipurpose camera unit.■ NO Intermittent fa
  • Page 1677DTC Troubleshooting: U0423-68, U1280-00, U1281-00, U128C-00 DTC U0423-68: Gauge Control Module Malfunction DTC U1280-00: Lost Communication With The B-CAN Systems DTC U1281-00: Lost Communication with The MICU DTC U128C-00: Lost Communication with The Wiper Control Unit NOTE: Before you troubleshoot
  • Page 1678DTC Description DTC U1280-00 Lost Communication With The B-CAN Systems U1281-00 Lost Communication with The MICU U128C-00 Lost Communication with The Wiper Control Unit Is DTC U0423-68, U1280-00, U1281-00, or U128C-00 indicated? YES The failure is duplicated. Go to the indicated DTC's troubleshootin
  • Page 1679DTC Troubleshooting: U1064 DTC U1064: Seat Heater Control Unit Lost Communication with Climate Control Unit NOTE: According to the detected DTC(s), check for the power circuit and the ground circuit of the control unit which cannot communicate with the front seat heater control unit. Refer to the DT
  • Page 1680YES Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for loose or poor connections.■ 2. Open wire check (B-CAN_H line, B-CAN_L line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the receiving control unit connector. Front seat heater control unit 14P connec
  • Page 1681DTC Troubleshooting: U1280 (D-A1), U1280 (80) DTC U1280 or DTC screen D-A1 or DTC indicator 80: Communication Bus Line Error (BUS-OFF) DTC Description DTC U1280 Communication bus line error (BUS-OFF) 1. Problem verification: cardiagn.com ‐1. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. ‐2. Turn the vehicle to the O
  • Page 1682DTC Troubleshooting: U1280 DTC U1280: B-CAN Communication Bus Line Error (BUS-OFF) NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC U1280 B-CAN Communication Bus Line Error (BUS-OFF) 1. Problem verification:
  • Page 1683DTC Troubleshooting: U1280 DTC U1280: B-CAN Communication Bus Line Error (BUS-OFF) NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. The front seat heater control unit does not turn on the front seat heater until the seat core t
  • Page 1684DTC Troubleshooting: U1280 DTC U1280: B-CAN Communication Bus Line Error (BUS-OFF) NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC U1280 B-CAN Communication Bus Line Error (BUS-OFF) 1. Problem verification:
  • Page 1685DTC Troubleshooting: U1280 DTC U1280: Backup Control Unit (Body Control Module) Communication Bus Line Error (BUS-OFF) NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC U1280 Backup Control Unit (Body Control
  • Page 1686DTC Troubleshooting: U1280 DTC U1280: Keyless Access Control Unit (Body Control Module) Communication Bus Line Error (BUS-OFF) NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC U1280 Keyless Access Control Un
  • Page 1687DTC Troubleshooting: U1280 DTC U1280: B-CAN Communication Bus Line Error (BUS-OFF) NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC U1280 B-CAN Communication Bus Line Error (BUS-OFF) 1. Problem verification:
  • Page 1688DTC Troubleshooting: U1280 cardiagn.com DTC U1280: B-CAN Communication Bus Line Error (BUS-OFF) NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC U1280 B-CAN Communication Bus Line Error (BUS-OFF) 1. Problem
  • Page 1689‐2. Disconnect the appropriate connector at each control unit in the table one at a time. Clear the DTC, then recheck for DTCs after each unit is disconnected. Control Unit Connector Gauge control module Connector A (32P) Climate control unit Connector A (32P) Immobilizer-keyless control unit 7P con
  • Page 1690YES Repair a short in the B-CAN_L to B-CAN_H wire.■ NO The B-CAN_L to B-CAN_H wire is OK. Replace the body control module.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 1691DTC Troubleshooting: U1280 DTC U1280: B-CAN Communication Bus Line Error (BUS-OFF) NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC U1280 B-CAN Communication Bus Line Error (BUS-OFF) 1. Problem verification:
  • Page 1692DTC Troubleshooting: U1280 DTC U1280: B-CAN Communication Bus Line Error (BUS-OFF) NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC U1280 B-CAN Communication Bus Line Error (BUS-OFF) 1. Problem verification:
  • Page 1693DTC Troubleshooting: U1280 DTC U1280: B-CAN Communication Bus Line Error (BUS-OFF) NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC U1280 B-CAN Communication Bus Line Error (BUS-OFF) 1. Problem verification:
  • Page 1694DTC Troubleshooting: U1280 DTC U1280: B-CAN Communication Bus Line Error (BUS-OFF) NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC U1280 B-CAN Communication Bus Line Error (BUS-OFF) 1. Problem verification:
  • Page 1695DTC Troubleshooting: U1280 DTC U1280: B-CAN Communication Bus Line Error (BUS-OFF) NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC U1280 B-CAN Communication Bus Line Error (BUS-OFF) 1. Problem verification:
  • Page 1696DTC Troubleshooting: U1281 (D-A3), U1281 (91), U128D (D-A2), U128D (83), U1290 (D-A6) cardiagn.com DTC U1281 or DTC screen D-A3 or DTC indicator 91: Climate Control Unit Lost Communication with MICU (Body Control Module) DTC U128D or DTC screen D-A2: Climate Control Unit Lost Communication with Gaug
  • Page 1697‐5. Check for DTCs. DTC Description DTC U1281 Climate control unit lost communication with MICU (body control module) U128D Climate control unit lost communication with gauge control module U1290 Climate control unit lost communication with seat heater control unit (front) Are any DTCs indicated? YE
  • Page 1698Is there continuity? YES The B-CAN_H wire and B-CAN_L wire is OK. Refer to the DTC shown on the display, then substitute or replace the control unit based on the instructions (see table).■ DTC Operation for transmitting control unit U1281 Substitute a known-good body control module, then recheck. If
  • Page 1699DTC Troubleshooting: U1281 DTC U1281: Gauge Control Module Lost Communication with MICU (Body Control Module) (MICU Frame) NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. According to the detected DTC(s), check for the power c
  • Page 17002. Open wire check (B-CAN_H line, B-CAN_L line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the receiving control unit connector. Gauge control module connector A (32P) ‐3. According to the detected DTC on the following table, disconnect the transmitting control unit connector(s). D
  • Page 1701DTC Troubleshooting: U1281 DTC U1281: Keyless Access Control Unit (Body Control Module) Lost Communication with MICU (Body Control Module) NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC U1281 Keyless Acces
  • Page 1702DTC Troubleshooting: U1281 DTC U1281: Power Control Unit (Body Control Module) Lost Communication with MICU (Body Control Module) NOTE: If you are troubleshooting multiple DTCs, be sure to follow the instructions in B-CAN System Diagnosis Test Mode A. DTC Description DTC U1281 Power Control Unit (Bo
  • Page 1703DTC Troubleshooting: U1281, U1286, U128D, U128E DTC U1281: Wireless Charger Unit Lost Communication with MICU (Body Control Module) DTC U1286: Wireless Charger Unit Lost Communication with Keyless Access Control Unit (Body Control Module) cardiagn.com DTC U128D: Wireless Charger Unit Lost Communicat
  • Page 1704‐5. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC U1281 Wireless Charger Unit Lost Communication with MICU (Body Control Module) U1286 Wireless Charger Unit Lost Communication with Keyless Access Control Unit (Body Control Module) U128D Wireless Charger Unit Lost Communication with Gauge Control
  • Page 1705DTC Operation for transmitting control unit U128E Substitute a known-good audio-navigation unit, then recheck. If DTC U128E goes away after substitution, replace the original audio-navigation unit. NO Repair an open in the B-CAN_H wire and/or the B-CAN_L wire between the wireless charger and the tra
  • Page 1706DTC Troubleshooting: U1281, U1286, U128D, U128E DTC U1281: Wireless Charger Unit Lost Communication with MICU (Body Control Module) DTC U1286: Wireless Charger Unit Lost Communication with Keyless Access Control Unit (Body Control Module) cardiagn.com DTC U128D: Wireless Charger Unit Lost Communicat
  • Page 1707‐5. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC U1281 Wireless Charger Unit Lost Communication with MICU (Body Control Module) U1286 Wireless Charger Unit Lost Communication with Keyless Access Control Unit (Body Control Module) U128D Wireless Charger Unit Lost Communication with Gauge Control
  • Page 1708DTC Operation for transmitting control unit U128E Substitute a known-good audio-navigation unit, then recheck. If DTC U128E goes away after substitution, replace the original audio-navigation unit. NO Repair an open in the B-CAN_H wire and/or the B-CAN_L wire between the wireless charger and the tra
  • Page 1709DTC Troubleshooting: U1281, U128D DTC U1281: Auto Light Control Unit Lost Communication with MICU (Body Control Module) DTC U128D: Auto Light Control Unit Lost Communication with Gauge Control Module NOTE: According to the detected DTC(s), check for the power circuit and the ground circuit of cardia
  • Page 1710YES Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the transmitting control units and the automatic lighting control unit-sensor.■ 2. Open wire check (B-CAN_H line, B-CAN_L line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2.
  • Page 1711DTC Troubleshooting: U1281, U128D DTC U1281: Rain Light Sensor Unit Lost Communication with MICU (Body Control Module) DTC U128D: Rain Light Sensor Unit Lost Communication with Gauge Control Module NOTE: According to the detected DTC(s), check for the power circuit and the ground circuit of cardiagn
  • Page 1712YES Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the transmitting control units and the automatic lighting/rain sensor.■ 2. Open wire check (B-CAN_H line, B-CAN_L line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconn
  • Page 1713DTC Troubleshooting: U1281, U128D DTC U1281: Lost Communication with MICU (Body Control Module) (MICU Frame) DTC U128D: Lost Communication with METER NOTE: According to the detected DTC(s), check for the power circuit and the ground circuit of the control unit which cannot communicate with the immob
  • Page 1714YES Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the transmitting control units and the immobilizer-keyless control unit.■ 2. Open wire check (B-CAN_H line, B-CAN_L line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disco
  • Page 1715DTC Troubleshooting: U1281, U128D, U1299 DTC U1281: Door Multiplex Control Unit Lost Communication with MICU (Body Control Module) DTC U128D: Door Multiplex Control Unit Lost Communication with Gauge Control Module DTC U1299: Door Multiplex Control Unit Lost Communication with Climate cardiagn.com C
  • Page 1716‐5. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC U1281 Door Multiplex Control Unit Lost Communication with MICU (Body Control Module) U128D Door Multiplex Control Unit Lost Communication with Gauge Control Module U1299 Door Multiplex Control Unit Lost Communication with Climate Control Unit Are
  • Page 1717DTC Troubleshooting: U128D DTC U128D: Backup Control Unit (Body Control Module) Lost Communication with Gauge Control Module NOTE: According to the detected DTC(s), check for the power circuit and the ground circuit of the control unit which cannot communicate with the body control module. Refer to
  • Page 1718‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the receiving control unit connector. Body control module connector B (36P) ‐3. Disconnect the transmitting control unit connector. Refer to the DTC shown on the display, then disconnect the connector based on the instructions (see table).
  • Page 1719DTC Troubleshooting: U128D DTC U128D: BCM (Body Control Module) Lost Communication with Gauge Control Module NOTE: According to the detected DTC(s), check for the power circuit and the ground circuit of the control unit which cannot communicate with the body control module. Refer to the DTC shown on
  • Page 1720‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the receiving control unit connector. Body control module connector B (36P) ‐3. Disconnect the transmitting control unit connector(s). Refer to the DTC shown on the display, then disconnect the connector(s) based on the instructions (see ta
  • Page 1721DTC Troubleshooting: U128D DTC U128D: Keyless Access Control Unit (Body Control Module) Lost Communication with Gauge Control Module NOTE: According to the detected DTC(s), check for the power circuit and the ground circuit of the control unit which cannot communicate with the body control module. R
  • Page 1722YES Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals at the transmitting control units and the body control module.■ 2. Open wire check (B-CAN_H line, B-CAN_L line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the rec
  • Page 1723DTC Troubleshooting: U128D DTC U128D: Power Control Unit (Body Control Module) Lost Communication with Gauge Control Module NOTE: According to the detected DTC(s), check for the power circuit and the ground circuit of the control unit which cannot communicate with the body control module. Refer to t
  • Page 17242. Open wire check (B-CAN_H line, B-CAN_L line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the receiving control unit connector. Body control module connector B (36P) ‐3. Disconnect the transmitting control unit connector. Refer to the DTC shown on the display, then disconnect the
  • Page 1725DTC Troubleshooting: U1483-68, U1483-94 DTC U1483-68: LKAS Malfunction (Indicate value check) DTC U1483-94: LKAS Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame cardiagn.com U1483-68 LKAS Malfunction (Indicate value check) U
  • Page 1726DTC Troubleshooting: U3000-49 DTC U3000-49: ECU Internal Circuit Malfunction DTC Description DTC U3000-49 ECU Internal Circuit Malfunction 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Clear the DTCs with the HDS. cardiagn.com ‐2. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode and then the ON mode. ‐3. Check for DTCs with
  • Page 1727DTC Troubleshooting: U3000-49 DTC U3000-49: Multipurpose Camera Unit Internal Electronic Failure NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame U3000-49 Multipurpose Camera Unit Internal Electronic Failure 1. Problem verification: card
  • Page 1728DTC Troubleshooting: U3000-49 DTC U3000-49: CAN Gateway Internal Failure NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC U3000-49 CAN Gateway Internal Failure 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. cardiagn.com ‐2. Clear the D
  • Page 1729DTC Troubleshooting: U3000-49 DTC U3000-49: CAN Gateway Internal Failure NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC U3000-49 CAN Gateway Internal Failure 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. cardiagn.com ‐2. Clear the D
  • Page 1730DTC Troubleshooting: U3000-49 DTC U3000-49: ECU Internal Circuit Failure NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame U3000-49 ECU Internal Circuit Failure 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. cardiagn.com ‐2
  • Page 1731DTC Troubleshooting: U3000-49 cardiagn.com DTC U3000-49: Internal Failure of the SRS Unit NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so, verify that all the required components were replaced with new components of the correct part number and wer
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  • Page 1733YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Go to Troubleshooting Intermittent Failures. If another DTC is indicated, troubleshoot the DTC.■ 2. Shorted wire check (SWS+/PWR SWS lines to power) : ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2.
  • Page 1734YES The SWS+/PWR SWS wires are not shorted. Go to step 4. NO Short to ground in the floor wire harness or the front passenger's seat wire harness; replace the faulty harness, then clear the DTC.■ 4. Shorted wire check (SWS+/PWR SWS lines to SWS-/GND SWS lines) : ‐1. Measure the resistance between te
  • Page 1735DTC Troubleshooting: U3000-49, U3000-55 DTC U3000-49: Adaptive Damper Control Unit Internal Circuit Malfunction DTC U3000-55: Adaptive Damper Control Unit Internal Circuit Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame U300
  • Page 1736DTC Troubleshooting: U3000-49, U3000-55 DTC U3000-49: Adaptive Damper Control Unit Internal Circuit Malfunction DTC U3000-55: Adaptive Damper Control Unit Internal Circuit Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame U300
  • Page 1737DTC Troubleshooting: U3000-51 DTC U3000-51: Reprogramming Error NOTE: Before reprogramming the gauge control module, make sure the 12 volt battery in the vehicle is fully charged, and connect a 12 volt jumper battery (not a 12 volt battery charger) to maintain system voltage. Never turn the vehicle
  • Page 1738DTC Troubleshooting: U3000-51 DTC U3000-51: Multipurpose Camera Unit Update Incomplete NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. This DTC is indicated when the multipurpose camera unit update is not completed properly. Do not turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mo
  • Page 1739DTC Troubleshooting: U3000-51 DTC U3000-51: ECU Software Update Failure NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. This DTC is indicated when the EPS motor/control unit update is not completed. cardiagn.com DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame U3000-51 ECU Software Up
  • Page 1740‐3. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame U3000-51 ECU Software Update Failure Is DTC U3000-51 indicated? YES Replace the EPS motor/control unit.■ NO Troubleshooting is complete.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 1741DTC Troubleshooting: U3000-51 DTC U3000-51: SRS Unit Programming Error NOTE: Before doing this troubleshooting procedure, find out if the vehicle was in a collision. If so, verify that all the required components were replaced with new components of the correct part number and were properly installe
  • Page 1742DTC Troubleshooting: U3000-51 DTC U3000-51: CAN Gateway Programming Error NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC U3000-51 CAN Gateway Programming Error 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. cardiagn.com ‐2. Clear the
  • Page 1743DTC Troubleshooting: U3000-51 DTC U3000-51: CAN Gateway Programming Error NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC U3000-51 CAN Gateway Programming Error 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. cardiagn.com ‐2. Clear the
  • Page 1744DTC Troubleshooting: U3000-51 DTC U3000-51: ECU Software Update Failure NOTE: Do not turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode while updating the VSA modulator- control unit. If you turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode before completion, the VSA modulator-control unit will be damaged. Before you tr
  • Page 1745DTC Troubleshooting: U3000-51 DTC U3000-51: Millimeter Wave Radar Update Incomplete NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. This DTC is indicated when a millimeter wave radar update is not completed properly. This DTC is not deleted until the millimeter wave ra
  • Page 1746DTC Troubleshooting: U3000-51 DTC U3000-51: Adaptive Damper Control Unit Software Update Failure NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame cardiagn.com U3000-51 Adaptive Damper Control Unit Software Update Failure 1. Problem verif
  • Page 1747‐3. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame U3000-51 Adaptive Damper Control Unit Software Update Failure Is DTC U3000-51 indicated? YES Check for loose terminals and poor connections in the adaptive damper control unit 24P connector. Check for any authorized service informatio
  • Page 1748DTC Troubleshooting: U3000-51 DTC U3000-51: Adaptive Damper Control Unit Software Update Failure NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame cardiagn.com U3000-51 Adaptive Damper Control Unit Software Update Failure 1. Problem verif
  • Page 1749‐3. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame U3000-51 Adaptive Damper Control Unit Software Update Failure Is DTC U3000-51 indicated? YES Check for loose terminals and poor connections in the adaptive damper control unit 24P connector. Check for any authorized service informatio
  • Page 1750DTC Troubleshooting: U3000-54 DTC U3000-54: Sensor Calibration is Not Completed NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame U3000-54 Sensor Calibration is Not Completed 1. VSA sensor neutral position memorization: cardiagn.com ‐1. T
  • Page 1751DTC Troubleshooting: U3000-55 DTC U3000-55: EPS Control Unit Internal Malfunction NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame U3000-55 EPS Control Unit Internal Malfunction 1. Problem verification: cardiagn.com ‐1. Turn the vehicle
  • Page 1752DTC Troubleshooting: U3003-16 DTC U3003-16: Adaptive Damper Control Unit +B Voltage Low Failure NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. cardiagn.com Check for PGM-FI DTCs with the HDS, and troubleshoot the PGM-FI DTCs first. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame U30
  • Page 1753‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Check the following fuse. Fuse No. A33 (15 A)*1 No. A31 (15 A)*2 Location Under-hood fuse/relay box *1: Si *2: Type-R Is the fuse OK? YES The fuse is OK. Reinstall the fuse, then go to step 3. NO Replace the fuse. If the fuse blows again, repair a sho
  • Page 1754DTC Troubleshooting: U3003-16 cardiagn.com DTC U3003-16: Battery Voltage Low NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame U3003-16 Battery Voltage Low 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear the DTC wi
  • Page 1755YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. If the freeze data/on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions with the Freeze data/on-board snapshot.■ 2. Power source performance check: ‐1. Ch
  • Page 1756Test point 2 Body ground Is there battery voltage? YES Check for loose terminals and poor connections at the EPS control unit connectors. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting. If they are OK, replace the EPS motor/control unit.■ NO Repa
  • Page 1757DTC Troubleshooting: U3003-16 DTC U3003-16: Electric Parking Brake Control Unit Power Source Circuit (+B) Low Voltage NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze cardiagn.com Frame U3003-16 Electric Parking Brake Control Unit Power Source
  • Page 1758‐1. Check and note the parameter(s) below with the HDS. Signal Current conditions Values Unit BATTERY VOLTAGE ‐2. Using a voltmeter, measure and note the voltage across the 12 volt battery terminals. NOTE: If the voltage is below 9.5 V, check the 12 volt battery, and check for any PGM-FI system DTCs
  • Page 1759DTC Troubleshooting: U3003-16 DTC U3003-16: Adaptive Damper Control Unit +B Voltage Low Failure NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. cardiagn.com Troubleshoot any PGM-FI system DTCs first. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame U3003-16 Adaptive Damper Control Uni
  • Page 1760‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Check the following fuse. Fuse No. A31 (15 A) Location Under-hood fuse/relay box Is the fuse OK? YES The fuse is OK. Reinstall the fuse, then go to step 3. NO Replace the fuse. If the fuse blows again, repair a short to ground in the No. A31 (15 A) fu
  • Page 1761DTC Troubleshooting: U3003-17 DTC U3003-17: Battery Voltage High NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame U3003-17 Battery Voltage High cardiagn.com 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear the DTC
  • Page 1762YES Go to indicated PGM-FI troubleshooting.■ NO Check for loose terminals and poor connections at the EPS control unit connectors. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting. If they are OK, replace the EPS motor/control unit.■ cardiagn.com
  • Page 1763DTC Troubleshooting: U3003-17 DTC U3003-17: Electric Parking Brake Control Unit Power Source Circuit (+B) High Voltage NOTE: This DTC detected when connecting the high voltage battery (24 V) to the vehicle. Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. cardiagn.com DTC Des
  • Page 1764‐1. Check and note the parameter(s) below with the HDS. Signal Current conditions Values Unit BATTERY VOLTAGE ‐2. Using a voltmeter, measure and note the voltage across the 12 volt battery terminals. NOTE: If the voltage is more than 15.1 V, troubleshoot the PGM-FI system DTCs. ‐3. Compare the volta
  • Page 1765DTC Troubleshooting: U3003-17, U3006-17 DTC U3003-17: Adaptive Damper Control Unit +B Voltage High Failure DTC U3006-17: Adaptive Damper Control Unit IG (+B) Voltage High Failure NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. This DTC detected when connecting the high
  • Page 1766DTC Troubleshooting: U3003-17, U3006-17 DTC U3003-17: Adaptive Damper Control Unit +B Voltage High Failure DTC U3006-17: Adaptive Damper Control Unit IG (+B) Voltage High Failure NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. This DTC detected when connecting the high
  • Page 1767DTC Troubleshooting: U3003-68 cardiagn.com DTC U3003-68: Electric Parking Brake Control Unit Internal Circuit Malfunction (Power Self-Holding Circuit) NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame U3003-68 Electric Parking Brake Contr
  • Page 1768YES The failure is duplicated. Go to step 2. NO Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time. Refer to intermittent failures troubleshooting. If the freeze data/on-board snapshot of this DTC is recorded, try to reproduce the failure under the same conditions with the Freeze data/on-board snap
  • Page 1769DTC Troubleshooting: U3006-13 DTC U3006-13: IG1 Circuit Open NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. cardiagn.com DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame U3006-13 IG1 Circuit Open 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Clear the DTC with the
  • Page 1770Is the fuse OK? YES The fuse is OK. Reinstall the fuse, then go to step 3. NO Replace the fuse. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, then to the OFF (LOCK) mode. If the fuse blows again, repair a short to body ground in the No. B34 (10 A) fuse circuit.■ 3. Open wire check (IG1 VSA/ABS line): ‐1. Disconn
  • Page 1771DTC Troubleshooting: U3006-16 DTC U3006-16: Power Source Failure for ECU (Low Voltage) cardiagn.com NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame U3006-16 Power Source Failure for ECU (Low Voltage) 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn th
  • Page 1772‐1. Check and note the parameter(s) below with the HDS. Signal Current conditions Values Unit BATTERY VOLTAGE Is 9.5 V or more indicated? YES Check the 12 volt battery terminal, then check for loose terminals between the battery and the VSA modulator-control unit 46P connector.■ NO Go to step 3. 3.
  • Page 1773DTC Troubleshooting: U3006-16 DTC U3006-16: Adaptive Damper Control Unit IG (+B) Voltage Low Failure NOTE: cardiagn.com Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. Check for PGM-FI DTCs with the HDS, and troubleshoot the PGM-FI DTCs first. DTC Description DTC Freeze Fram
  • Page 1774‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Check the following fuse. Fuse No. B5 (10 A) Location Under-dash fuse/relay box Is the fuse OK? YES The fuse is OK. Reinstall the fuse, then go to step 3. NO Replace the fuse. If the fuse blows again, repair the short to ground on the No. B5 (10 A) fu
  • Page 1775DTC Troubleshooting: U3006-16 DTC U3006-16: Adaptive Damper Control Unit IG (+B) Voltage Low Failure NOTE: cardiagn.com Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. Troubleshoot any PGM-FI system DTCs first. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame U3006-16 Adaptive Damper Contro
  • Page 1776‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Check the following fuse. Fuse No. B5 (10 A) Location Under-dash fuse/relay box Is the fuse OK? YES The fuse is OK. Reinstall the fuse, then go to step 3. NO Replace the fuse. If the fuse blows again, repair the short to ground on the No. B5 (10 A) fu
  • Page 1777DTC Troubleshooting: U3006-17 DTC U3006-17: Power Source Failure for ECU (High Voltage) NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, review the general troubleshooting information. DTC Description DTC Freeze Frame cardiagn.com U3006-17 Power Source Failure for ECU (High Voltage) 1. Problem verification: ‐1. Turn
  • Page 1778Are any DTCs indicated? YES Go to indicated DTCs troubleshooting. After all PGM-FI system DTC's have been repaired, return to VSA and clear this code.■ NO Check for loose terminals and poor connections in the VSA modulator-control unit 46P connector. Check for any authorized service information rela