|DTC Code||DTC Name|
|P0A0F-204||Engine Failed to Start|
|P0A0F-205||Engine Failed to Start|
|P0A0F-206||Engine Failed to Start|
|P0A0F-524||Engine Failed to Start|
|P0A0F-525||Engine Failed to Start|
If an engine malfunction occurs, an engine malfunction signal is sent from the ECM to the hybrid vehicle control ECU. When the hybrid vehicle control ECU receives this signal, it sets a DTC and performs fail-safe control.
|DTC No.||INF Code||DTC Detection Condition||Trouble Area|
|P0A0F||204||Signal indicating abnormality input from the ECM (abnormal engine output)||
|P0A0F||205||Signal indicating abnormality input from the ECM (engine is unable to start)|
|P0A0F||206||Signal indicating abnormality input from the ECM (engine component malfunction)|
|P0A0F||524||Signal indicating abnormality input from the ECM (NE signal error)|
|P0A0F||525||Signal indicating abnormality input from the ECM (G signal error)|
CHECK DTC OUTPUT (ENGINE CONTROL SYSTEM)
Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.
Turn the power switch on (IG).
Select the following menu items: Powertrain / Engine and ECT / Trouble Codes.
Check if DTCs are output.
If P0A0F-204, 205, 206, 524, or 525 is output even though the ECM has not detected a malfunction, there is a malfunction in the hybrid vehicle control ECU.
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