Honda CIVIC 10G 2016 Power Window Page 1

Driver's Power Window Motor Test
Motor Test
1. Driver's Door Panel - Remove
2. Driver's Power Window Motor - Test
1. Test the motor in each direction by connecting 12 volt
battery power and ground to the connector (A) according to
the table. When the motor stops running, disconnect 12 volt
battery power immediately.
If the motor does not run or fails to run smoothly,
remove the driver's door regulator, then go to step 2.
If the motor runs smoothly, go to the Hall IC Unit
(Pulser) Test.
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  • Page 1Driver's Power Window Motor Test Motor Test 1. Driver's Door Panel - Remove 2. Driver's Power Window Motor - Test 1. Test the motor in each direction by connecting 12 volt battery power and ground to the connector (A) according to the table. When the motor stops running, disconnect 12 volt battery p
  • Page 22. Test the driver's power window motor (A) by connecting 12 volt battery power and ground according to the table. When the motor stops running, disconnect 12 volt battery power immediately. 3. If the motor does not run or fails to run smoothly, the driver's power window motor is faulty; replace the
  • Page 31. Disconnect the connector (A). 2. Check for continuity between driver's power window motor connector terminal No. 4 and body ground. There should be continuity. If there is continuity, connect the motor connector, then go to step 3. If there is no continuity, check for an open or high resistance i
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  • Page 5Driver's Power Window Motor Test Motor Test 1. Driver's Power Window Switch Panel - Remove 2. Driver's Power Window Motor - Test 1. Test the motor in each direction by connecting 12 volt battery power and ground to the connector (A) according to the table. When the motor stops running, disconnect 12
  • Page 62. Test the driver's power window motor (A) by connecting 12 volt battery power and ground according to the table. When the motor stops running, disconnect 12 volt battery power immediately. 3. If the motor does not run or fails to run smoothly, the driver's power window motor is faulty; replace the
  • Page 71. Disconnect the connector (A). 2. Remove the harness clips (B). 3. Check for continuity between driver's power window motor connector terminal No. 4 and body ground. There should be continuity. If there is continuity, connect the motor connector, then go to step 4. If there is no continuity, check
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  • Page 9Front Passenger's Power Window Motor Test Motor Test 1. Front Passenger's Power Window Switch Panel - Remove 2. Front Passenger's Power Window Motor - Test 1. Test the motor in each direction by connecting 12 volt battery power and ground to the connector (A) according to the table. When the motor s
  • Page 102. Test the front passenger's power window motor (A) by connecting 12 volt battery power and ground according to the table. When the motor stops running, disconnect 12 volt battery power immediately. 3. If the motor does not run or fails to run smoothly, the front passenger's power window motor is f
  • Page 114. Disconnect the connector. 4. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. 5. Power Window Control Unit - Reset cardiagn.com
  • Page 12Front Passenger's Power Window Switch Connector for Inputs and Outputs Terminal Terminal name Description Signal number 1 +B P/W AS Power source for control unit About battery voltage at all times With front passenger's power window DOWN operation: about battery voltage 2 P/W AS MTR DOWN Drives fron
  • Page 13Terminal Terminal name Description Signal number 30 Not used ――― ――― 31 P/W AS MTR VCC Outputs P/W AS MTR VCC signal With front passenger's power window control unit is wakeup mode: about battery voltage With front passenger's power window control unit is sleep mode: less than 0.2 V 32 Not used ―――
  • Page 14Front Passenger's Power Window Switch Connector for Inputs and Outputs Terminal Terminal name Description Signal number 1 +B P/W AS Power source for control unit About battery voltage at all times With front passenger's power window DOWN operation: about battery voltage 2 P/W AS MTR DOWN Drives fron
  • Page 15Terminal Terminal name Description Signal number 30 Not used ――― ――― 31 P/W AS MTR VCC Outputs P/W AS MTR VCC signal With front passenger's power window control unit is wakeup mode: about battery voltage With front passenger's power window control unit is sleep mode: less than 0.2 V 32 Not used ―――
  • Page 16Front Passenger's Power Window Switch Input Test NOTE: Before testing, make sure the No. B15 (20 A) fuse in the under-dash fuse/relay box is OK. Before testing, check for DTCs. If any DTCs are indicated, troubleshoot those DTCs first. 1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. 2. Disconnect the fro
  • Page 17Cavity Wire Test condition Test: Desired result Possible cause if desired result is not obtained 34 WHT Disconnect these Check for continuity between An open in the LIN(P/W) wire connectors: terminal No. 34 and power window Power window master switch 37P connector master switch 37P terminal No. 36:
  • Page 18Front Passenger's Power Window Switch Input Test NOTE: Before testing, make sure the No. B15 (20 A) fuse in the under-dash fuse/relay box is OK. Before testing, check for DTCs. If any DTCs are indicated, troubleshoot those DTCs first. 1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. 2. Disconnect the fro
  • Page 19Cavity Wire Test condition Test: Desired result Possible cause if desired result is not obtained 34 WHT Disconnect these Check for continuity between An open in the LIN(P/W) wire connectors: terminal No. 34 and power window Power window master switch 37P connector master switch 37P terminal No. 36:
  • Page 20Front Passenger's Power Window Switch Removal and Installation NOTE: If the switch is replaced, reset the power window control unit. If the original switch is installed, confirm that the power windows work properly. 1. Front Passenger's Power Window Switch Panel - Remove 2. Front Passenger's Power W
  • Page 21Power Windows System Description - Components Power Window Master Switch The power window master switch has a built-in B-CAN transceiver and a LIN transceiver. The power window master switch sends signals to the front passenger's power window switch*2, passenger's power window switch*1, and to the m
  • Page 22Power Windows System Description - Components Power Window Master Switch The power window master switch has a built-in B-CAN transceiver and a LIN transceiver. The power window master switch sends signals to the front passenger's power window switch and to the moonroof motor-control unit via the LIN
  • Page 23Power Windows System Description - Control/Function Basic Control/Function Manual Up/Down Function The 1-step operation of the power window switch moves the window up or down. This is available when the vehicle is in the ON mode or the vehicle OFF operation. Auto Up/Down Function The 2-step operatio
  • Page 24Vehicle OFF Operation Cancel Condition Timer Vehicle ON mode → OFF (LOCK) mode and past 10 minutes Door Driver's door switch ON (Door open) Passenger's door switch ON (Door open) 4-door Vehicle OFF Operation Start Condition Vehicle ON mode → OFF (LOCK) mode cardiagn.com Driver's door switch OFF (Doo
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  • Page 26Keyless Operation Open Possible Close Impossible Key Cylinder Operation Open Possible Close Possible 4-door cardiagn.com Keyless Operation Open Possible Close Impossible Key Cylinder Operation Open Possible Close Possible
  • Page 27Power Windows System Description - Control/Function Basic Control/Function Manual Up/Down Function The 1-step operation of the power window switch moves the window up or down. This is available when the vehicle is in the ON mode or OFF mode (For about 10 minutes after the vehicle is turned to the OF
  • Page 28Front Passenger's door switch OFF (Door close) cardiagn.com
  • Page 29Vehicle OFF Operation Cancel Condition Timer Vehicle ON mode → OFF (LOCK) mode and past 10 minutes Door Driver's door switch ON (Door open) Front Passenger's door switch ON (Door open) Keyless/Key Cylinder Operation By turning the key a second time and holding it with the key inserted into the drive
  • Page 30Power Windows System Description - System Diagram For locations of each component on the vehicle, refer to the Component Location Index 2-door cardiagn.com 4-door
  • Page 31Power Windows System Description - System Diagram For locations of each component on the vehicle, refer to the Component Location Index cardiagn.com
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  • Page 36Passenger's Power Window Motor Test Motor Test 1. Passenger's Door Panel - Remove 2. Passenger's Power Window Motor - Test 1. Test the motor in each direction by connecting 12 volt battery power and ground to the connector (A) according to the table. When the motor stops running, disconnect 12 volt
  • Page 372. Test the passenger's power window motor (A) by connecting 12 volt battery power and ground according to the table. When the motor stops running, disconnect 12 volt battery power immediately. 3. If the motor does not run or fails to run smoothly, the passenger's power window motor is faulty; repla
  • Page 38If the voltage is not specified, the Hall IC Unit (Pulser) is faulty; replace the passenger's door regulator. 5. Disconnect the connector. 4. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. 5. Power Window Control Unit - Reset cardiagn.com
  • Page 39Power Windows Symptom Troubleshooting - Auto reverse power window operation malfunction cardiagn.com Auto reverse power window operation malfunction NOTE: Refer to the power windows system description in the construction and function guide. Incorrect actuation of the power window may occur in the fo
  • Page 402. Problem verification 2: ‐1. Fully open the door glass using the power window AUTO DOWN switch. ‐2. Fully close the door glass using the power window AUTO UP switch. Does the door glass reverse as it is closing, or does the door glass reverse at once, after it has completely closed? YES Go to step
  • Page 41Power Windows Symptom Troubleshooting - Auto reverse power window operation malfunction cardiagn.com Auto reverse power window operation malfunction NOTE: Refer to the power windows system description in the construction and function guide. Incorrect actuation of the power window may occur in the fo
  • Page 422. Problem verification 2: ‐1. Fully open the door glass using the power window AUTO DOWN switch. ‐2. Fully close the door glass using the power window AUTO UP switch. Does the door glass reverse as it is closing, or does the door glass reverse at once, after it has completely closed? YES Go to step
  • Page 43Passenger's Power Window Switch Connector for Inputs and Outputs Terminal Terminal name Description Signal number 1 +B P/W AS Power source for control unit About battery voltage at all times 2 P/W AS MTR DOWN Drives passenger's power window motor With passenger's power window DOWN operation: about b
  • Page 44Terminal Terminal name Description Signal number 30 Not used ――― ――― 31 P/W AS MTR VCC Outputs P/W AS MTR VCC signal With passenger's power window control unit is wakeup mode: about battery voltage With passenger's power window control unit is sleep mode: less than 0.2 V 32 Not used ――― ――― 33 Not u
  • Page 45Passenger's Power Window Switch Input Test NOTE: Before testing, make sure the No. B15 (20 A) fuse in the under-dash fuse/relay box is OK. Before testing, check for DTCs. If any DTCs are indicated, troubleshoot those DTCs first. 1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. 2. Disconnect the passenger
  • Page 46Cavity Wire Test condition Test: Desired result Possible cause if desired result is not obtained 34 WHT Disconnect these Check for continuity between An open in the LIN(P/W) wire connectors: terminal No. 34 and power window Power window master switch 37P connector master switch 37P terminal No. 36:
  • Page 47Passenger's Power Window Switch Removal and Installation NOTE: If the switch is replaced, reset the power window control unit. If the original switch is installed, confirm that the power window works properly. 1. Passenger's Power Window Switch Panel - Remove 2. Passenger's Power Window Switch - Rem
  • Page 48Power Window Master Switch Connector for Inputs and Outputs Terminal Terminal name Description Signal number 1 P/W DR MTR DOWN Drives driver's power window motor With driver's power window motor DOWN operation: about battery voltage If none of above conditions are met: less than 0.2 V 2 P/W DR MTR U
  • Page 49Terminal Terminal name Description Signal number 24 Not used ――― ――― 25*1 P/W RR R SW RLY DOWN Drives right rear power window motor With right rear power window moving to DOWN using power window master switch: about battery voltage If none of above conditions are met: less than 0.2 V 26*1 P/W RR R S
  • Page 50Power Window Master Switch Connector for Inputs and Outputs Terminal Terminal name Description Signal number With driver's power window motor DOWN operation: about battery voltage 1 P/W DR MTR DOWN Drives driver's power window motor If none of the above conditions are met: less than 0.2 V With drive
  • Page 51Terminal Terminal name Description Signal number 24 Not used ――― ――― 25 P/W RR R SW RLY DOWN Drives right rear power window motor With right rear power window moving to DOWN using power window master switch: about battery voltage If none of the above conditions are met: less than 0.2 V 26 P/W RR R S
  • Page 52Power Window Master Switch Input Test NOTE: Before testing, make sure the No. A18 (10 A) fuse in the under-hood fuse/relay box is OK. Before testing, make sure the No. B9 (10 A), No. B14 (20 A), No. B27 (20 A), and No. B28 (20 A) fuses in the under-dash fuse/relay box are OK. Before testing, check f
  • Page 53*3: With moonroof Cavity Wire Test condition Test: Desired result Possible cause if desired result is not obtained 26*1 GRN Connect terminals No. Check right rear power window Faulty right rear power window • • 26 and No. 4 with a motor operation: switch 25*1 PUR jumper wire. The right rear power wi
  • Page 54Cavity Wire Test condition Test: Desired result Possible cause if desired result is not obtained 3 BLK In all power modes Measure the voltage to ground: Poor ground (G502) There should be less than 0.2 V. An open or high resistance in the ground wire 29 BLK In all power modes, Measure the voltage to
  • Page 55Power Window Master Switch Input Test NOTE: Before testing, make sure the No. A18 (10 A) fuse in the under-hood fuse/relay box is OK. Before testing, make sure the No. B9 (10 A), No. B14 (20 A), No. B27 (20 A), and No. B28 (20 A) fuses in the under-dash fuse/relay box are OK. Before testing, check f
  • Page 56Cavity Wire Test condition Test: Desired result Possible cause if desired result is not obtained 26 GRN Connect terminals No. Check right rear power window Faulty right rear power window • • 26 and No. 4 with a motor operation: switch 25 PUR jumper wire. The right rear power window should Faulty rig
  • Page 57Cavity Wire Test condition Test: Desired result Possible cause if desired result is not obtained 33 LT GRN Vehicle ON mode, and Measure the voltage between Faulty driver's power window driver's power window terminals No. 33 and No. 29: motor moving up or down An analog meter should alternate An open
  • Page 58Power Window Master Switch Removal and Installation NOTE: If the switch is replaced, reset the power window control unit. If the original switch is installed, confirm that the power window works properly. 1. Driver's Power Window Switch Panel - Remove 2. Power Window Master Switch - Remove NOTE: Ill
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  • Page 67Rear Power Window Motor Test Motor Test 1. Rear Power Window Switch Panel - Remove 2. Rear Power Window Motor - Test NOTE: Before testing, make sure not to short the power window motor circuit. Illustrations used in the procedure are for 4-door. 1. Test the motor in each direction by connecting 12 v
  • Page 682. Test the rear power window motor (A) by connecting 12 volt battery power and ground according to the table. When the motor stops running, disconnect 12 volt battery power immediately. 3. If the motor does not run or fails to run smoothly, the rear power window motor is faulty; replace the rear do
  • Page 69Rear Power Window Switch Removal and Installation 1. Rear Power Window Switch Panel - Remove 2. Rear Power Window Switch - Remove cardiagn.com 3. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal.
  • Page 70Rear Power Window Switch Test 1. Rear Power Window Switch Panel - Remove 2. Rear Power Window Switch - Test 1. Swap the rear power window switch with another known-good power window switch and test. If the original power window switch is faulty; replace it. 3. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install
  • Page 71Resetting the Power Window Control Unit Reset the power window control unit after doing any of the following actions: Power window regulator replacement, removal, or installation. Glass run channel replacement, removal, or installation. Door glass replacement, removal, or installation. Power window
  • Page 727. Release the power window DOWN switch. 8. Repeat step 4-7 three more times. 9. Wait at least 1 second. 10. Confirm that AUTO UP and AUTO DOWN do not work. If AUTO UP and DOWN work, go back to step 1. 11. Move the power window all the way down with the power window DOWN switch. 12. Pull up and hold
  • Page 73Resetting the Power Window Control Unit Reset the power window control unit after doing any of the following actions: Power window regulator replacement, removal, or installation. Glass run channel replacement, removal, or installation. Door glass replacement, removal, or installation. Power window
  • Page 747. Release the power window DOWN switch. 8. Repeat step 4-7 three more times. 9. Wait at least 1 second. 10. Confirm that AUTO UP and AUTO DOWN do not work. If AUTO UP and DOWN work, go back to step 1. 11. Move the power window all the way down with the power window DOWN switch. 12. Pull up and hold