NAVIGATION SYSTEM USB Audio System Recognition/Play Error

DESCRIPTION

When a USB device or "iPod" is connected to the USB jack of the No. 1 stereo jack adapter assembly, it must have playable files. The device must also communicate with and be recognized by the extension module. This diagnosis procedure is for when a device is not recognized, or files from the device cannot be played normally.

WIRING DIAGRAM

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INSPECTION PROCEDURE

Tech Tips


  • When a large amount of data is in a USB device, it may take a while to begin play.

  • When using a USB device, files that are protected by copyright cannot be played.

  • When files are not played in the sorted order, perform the following procedure before inspection.


    1. Add numbers in front of the file names.

    2. Put the files in a folder and copy the folder data to the USB device.

PROCEDURE


  1. CHECK USB DEVICE OR "iPod"


    1. Disconnect the USB device or "iPod" from the No. 1 stereo jack adapter assembly.

    2. Check if playable files are present on the USB device or "iPod".

      Tech Tips

      Refer to System Description for playable files Click here.

    3. Check if the USB device is a compatible format or "iPod" is a compatible version.

      Tech Tips

      Refer to System Description for compatible formats and versions Click here.

      Result
      Result Proceed to
      No playable files exist, or incompatible device format or version A
      Playable files exist, and compatible device format or version B

    B
    A
  2. CHECK HARNESS AND CONNECTOR (EXTENSION MODULE - NO. 1 STEREO JACK ADAPTER ASSEMBLY)


    1. A003RUBE01
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      *a

      Front view of wire harness connector

      (to Extension Module)

      *b

      Front view of wire harness connector

      (to No. 1 Stereo Jack Adapter Assembly)

      Disconnect the No. 1 stereo jack adapter assembly connector.

    2. Disconnect the extension module connector.

    3. Measure the resistance according to the value(s) in the table below.

      Standard Resistance
      Tester Connection Condition Specified Condition
      E131-1 (UPI) - E130-1 (USV1) Always Below 1 Ω
      E131-2 (UDO-) - E130-2 (US1-) Always Below 1 Ω
      E131-3 (UDO+) - E130-3 (US1+) Always Below 1 Ω
      E131-4 (UJSG) - E130-4 (UGD1) Always Below 1 Ω
      E131-5 (UJSS) - E130-5 (USG1) Always Below 1 Ω
      E131-1 (UPI) - Body ground Always 10 kΩ or higher
      E131-2 (UDO-) - Body ground Always 10 kΩ or higher
      E131-3 (UDO+) - Body ground Always 10 kΩ or higher
      E131-4 (UJSG) - Body ground Always 10 kΩ or higher
      E131-5 (UJSS) - Body ground Always 10 kΩ or higher

    NG
    OK
  3. INSPECT EXTENSION MODULE (NO. 1 STEREO JACK ADAPTER ASSEMBLY POWER SOURCE)


    1. Reconnect the extension module connector.

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      Text in Illustration
      *a

      Front view of wire harness connector

      (to No. 1 Stereo Jack Adapter Assembly)

      Measure the voltage according to the value(s) in the table below.

      Standard Voltage
      Tester Connection Condition Specified Condition
      E131-1 (UPI) - E131-4 (UJSG) Power switch on (ACC) 5 V

    NG
    OK
  4. FORMAT USB DEVICE OR RESTORE "iPod" AND RECHECK


    1. Delete all files in the USB device or "iPod" and format/restore it.

    2. Save the data again and check if it can be played on the in-vehicle device.

      Note

      Formatting a USB device or restoring an "iPod" erases all music on the device. Ensure that backup music data is available before performing this operation.

      OK
      Malfunction disappears.

    NG
    OK
  5. REPLACE USB DEVICE OR "iPod"


    1. Turn the power switch off.

      Tech Tips

      When this malfunction occurs, it is necessary to turn off the power switch to make it possible for the vehicle to recognize a new device when it is connected.

    2. Turn the power switch on (ACC).

    3. Connect a known good USB device or "iPod" to the No. 1 stereo jack adapter assembly.

      Tech Tips


      • If the malfunction occurred when a USB device was in use, use another USB device for the inspection. If the malfunction occurred when an "iPod" was in use, use another "iPod" for the inspection.

      • Refer to System Description for compatible formats and versions Click here.


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  6. CHECK USB DEVICE OR "iPod"


    1. Check if a USB device or "iPod" is recognized by the extension module, and if information such as track, artist and album names are displayed on the screen.

      OK
      Malfunction disappears.

    NG
    OK