REPAIR INSTRUCTION INITIALIZATION


  1. PROCEDURES NECESSARY WHEN CABLE IS DISCONNECTED/RECONNECTED TO BATTERY TERMINAL

    Procedures necessary when cable is disconnected/reconnected to battery terminal
    Necessary Procedure Procedure Details Effect or Inoperative Function when Necessary Procedure is not Performed Note
    Reset back door unlock position*1 After reconnecting the cable to the negative (-) battery terminal, perform an unlock operation with the door control switch. Back door unlock function If the back door is open/closed when disconnecting the cable from the battery terminal, it is necessary to reset it.
    Reset luggage compartment door unlock position*2 After reconnecting the cable to the negative (-) battery terminal, perform an unlock operation with the door control switch. Luggage compartment door unlock function If the luggage compartment door is open/closed when disconnecting the cable from the battery terminal, it is necessary to reset it.

    • *1: for Wagon

    • *2: for Sedan

    Note


    • After the battery is reconnected, be sure to wait 10 seconds or more before attempting to start the engine. The engine may not start immediately after the battery is reconnected.

    • w/ Navigation System (for HDD):

      After the ignition switch is turned off, the HDD navigation system requires approximately a minute to record various types of memory and settings. As a result, after turning the ignition switch off, wait a minute or more before disconnecting the cable from the negative (-) battery terminal.

  2. PROCEDURES NECESSARY WHEN ECU OR OTHER PARTS ARE REPLACED

    Procedures necessary when ECU or other parts are replaced
    Replacement Part Necessary Procedure Effect or Inoperative Function when Necessary Procedure is not Performed Note
    Fuel injector
    • Injector compensation code registration

    • Pilot quantity learning

    Injector fuel injection compensation amount is same as before replacement, affecting injector fuel injection volume -
    Fuel supply pump Supply pump initialization Engine startability is affected -
    ECM
    • Learning values save

    • Learning values write

    Engine starting -
    Crankshaft position sensor plate Clear crank time compensation data Injector fuel injection compensation amount is same as before replacement, affecting injector fuel injection volume -
    catalyst*1 Clear DPNR/DPF thermal deterioration data Even if catalytic converter is replaced with new one, catalyst record of DPNR/DPF thermal deterioration stored in ECM is same as before replacement -
    Air fuel ratio sensor*1 Clear A/F sensor compensation data EGR volume is affected -
    Automatic transaxle assembly (for U660E)
    • Transaxle compensation code input

    • Road test

    • Rest memory

    Large shift shock -

    • Valve body assembly

    • Shift solenoid valve SL3 and/or 4


    • Transaxle compensation code initialize

    • Road test

    • Rest memory

    Large shift shock -
    Shift solenoid valve SL1 and/or 2 Road test Large shift shock -
    TCM (If possible, read the transaxle compensation code from the previous TCM) Possible
    • Transaxle compensation code input (Into the new TCM)

    • Reset memory

    • Road test

    Large shift shock -
    Impossible
    • Transaxle compensation code initialize

    • Reset memory

    • Road test

    Large shift shock
    Millimeter wave radar sensor assembly Adjust millimeter wave radar sensor assembly (Dynamic radar cruise control system)
    • Dynamic radar cruise control system

    • Lane-keeping assist system

    -
    Driving support ECU Driving support ECU initialization
    • Dynamic radar cruise control system

    • Lane-keeping assist system

    • Pre-crash safety system

    -
    Lane recognition camera sensor assembly Adjust lane recognition camera sensor assembly Lane-keeping assist system -

    for 1AD-FTV


    • Clutch cover assembly

    • Clutch disc assembly

    • Clutch release with bearing cylinder assembly

    • Brake pedal stroke sensor (Clutch pedal stroke sensor).

    • Clutch pedal sub-assembly

    • Clutch master cylinder

    Calibration The vehicle may not be able to start off smoothly due to a deviation in the timing of the electric parking brake release of the drive away release function. -

    for 2AD-FTV


    • Clutch cover assembly

    • Clutch disc assembly

    • Clutch release with bearing cylinder assembly

    • Brake pedal stroke sensor (Clutch pedal stroke sensor).

    • Clutch pedal sub-assembly

    • Clutch master cylinder

    Calibration The vehicle may not be able to start off smoothly due to a deviation in the timing of the electric parking brake release of the drive away release function. -

    for 2AD-FHV


    • Clutch cover assembly

    • Clutch disc assembly

    • Clutch release with bearing cylinder assembly

    • Brake pedal stroke sensor (Clutch pedal stroke sensor).

    • Clutch pedal sub-assembly

    • Clutch master cylinder

    Calibration The vehicle may not be able to start off smoothly due to a deviation in the timing of the electric parking brake release of the drive away release function. -

    • Electric parking brake ECU (Parking brake with bracket actuator assembly)

    • Yaw rate sensor

    • Clutch pedal

    • Brake pedal stroke sensor (Clutch pedal stroke sensor)

    • Brake pedal stroke sensor (Clutch pedal stroke sensor) adjustment

    Calibration Electric parking brake system does not operate properly -
    Skid control ECU (Brake actuator assembly) Calibration DTC C1288/88 is output -
    Brake fluid Bleeding air from brake system Brake performance problem -
    Power steering ECU assembly Rotation angle sensor initialization and torque sensor zero point calibration
    • EPS warning light comes on

    • Power assist stops

    -
    Steering column assembly Rotation angle sensor initialization and torque sensor zero point calibration Steering effort different between steering wheel to turning left and right -

    • Steering lock actuator assembly

    • Certification ECU

    • ID code box

    • Key

    Code registration
    • Wireless door lock control system

      (w/ Entry and Start System)

    • Entry operation

    • Engine start

      (w/ Entry and Start System)

    • Steering lock and unlock

    Refer to the Service Bulletin for the registration procedure.

    • Transponder key ECU

    • Key

    Code registration

    Engine start

    (w/o Entry and Start System)

    Refer to the Service Bulletin for the registration procedure.

    • AFS ECU

    • Rear height control sensor


    • AFS ECU registration

    • Rear height control sensor registration

    AFS function -

    • Door control receiver assembly

    • Key

    Code registration Wireless door lock control system (w/o Entry and Start System) -

    • Front power window regulator motor LH

    • Front power window regulator motor RH

    • Rear power window regulator motor LH*2

    • Rear power window regulator motor RH*2

    Motor initialization
    • Jam protection function

    • Power window control system

    -

    • Sliding roof drive gear

    • Roof shade trim

    Roof sunshade system initialization
    • Jam protection function

    • Auto operation

    -

    • *1: except CCo

    • *2: w/ Rear Door Power Window

  3. INITIALIZATION RELATED TO ECD SYSTEM


    1. CATALYST RECORD OF DPNR/DPF THERMAL DETERIORATION CLEAR FUNCTION (except CCo)

      Tech Tips

      When the DPNR/DPF catalyst is replaced, the catalyst record of DPNR/DPF thermal deterioration stored in the ECM must be cleared.


      1. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.

      2. Turn the ignition switch to ON.

      3. Turn the tester on.

      4. A010PJQ

        Enter the menu options in this order: Powertrain / Engine and ECT / Utility / Catalyst Record Clear.

      5. Press "Next".

      6. A010S3L

        Press "Exit".

    2. SUPPLY PUMP INITIALIZATION PROCEDURE

      Tech Tips

      After replacing the supply pump and/or ECM:


      • If the engine is defective or stalls immediately after startup, the learned values of the ECM must be initialized. The engine can be initialized through the intelligent tester or by short circuiting DLC3 terminals.

      • If the engine starts normally, initialization is not necessary. Perform steps procedure "A" and procedure "B" only.


      1. A010O0Q

        Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.

      2. Turn the ignition switch to ON.

        Note

        Do not start the engine.

      3. Turn the intelligent tester on.

      4. Enter the following menus: Powertrain / Engine and ECT / Utility / Supply Pump Initialization.

      5. Press "Next".

      6. A010NW8

        Press "Next".

      7. A010RX1

        Press "Exit".

      8. Start the engine to check if the initialization is complete. If the engine cannot be started, repeat the initialization procedures from the beginning. (Procedure "A")

      9. Idle the engine for at least 1 minute under the following conditions: (Procedure "B")


        • The engine coolant temperature is 60°C (140°F) or higher.

        • The fuel temperature is 20°C (68°F) or higher.

        Note

        Do not race the engine immediately after starting the engine. After warming up the engine, racing the engine is acceptable.

        Tech Tips


        • The engine coolant temperature can be estimated by touching the outlet hose.

        • The fuel temperature can be estimated by using the ambient temperature as a substitute.

        • If the engine coolant temperature is difficult to estimate, use the intelligent tester and enter the following menus: Powertrain / Engine and ECT / Data List / Coolant Temp.

      10. Initialization is complete.

    3. CRANK TIME COMPENSATION RESET FUNCTION


      • This procedure uses the intelligent tester to perform "Crank Time Compensation Reset".

      • When replacing the timing rotor (engine assembly), perform "Crank Time Compensation Reset".

      Tech Tips


      • A010PNB

        If an error occurs during compensation reset, check the vehicle condition, and then perform compensation reset again.

      • A communication malfunction may occur if there is a problem with the ECM, a wire harness or the connection to the DLC3. If the wire harnesses and the connection to the DLC3 are inspected and found to be normal, the ECM may be malfunctioning.


      1. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.

      2. Turn the ignition switch to ON.

        Note

        Do not start the engine.

      3. Turn the intelligent tester on.

      4. Enter the following menus: Powertrain / Engine and ECT / Utility / Crank Time Compensation Reset.

      5. A010SJG

        When the first screen is displayed, check the vehicle condition and push "Next".

      6. A010SB2

        When the screen indicating reset completion is displayed, push "Exit".

    4. A/F SENSOR COMPENSATION RESET FUNCTION (except CCo)


      • This procedure uses the intelligent tester to perform "A/F Sensor Compensation Reset".

      • When replacing the A/F sensor, replace the sensor and then perform "A/F Sensor Compensation Reset".

      Tech Tips


      • A010RSU

        If an error occurs during compensation reset, check the vehicle condition, and then perform compensation reset again.

      • A communication malfunction may occur if there is a problem with the ECM, a wire harness or the connection to the DLC3. If the wire harnesses and the connection to the DLC3 are inspected and found to be normal, the ECM may be malfunctioning.


      1. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.

      2. Turn the ignition switch to ON.

        Note

        Do not start the engine.

      3. Turn the intelligent tester on.

      4. Enter the following menus: Powertrain / Engine and ECT / Utility / A/F Sensor Compensation Reset.

      5. A010S1J

        When the first screen is displayed, check the vehicle condition and push "Next".

      6. A010RD6

        When the screen indicating reset completion is displayed, push "Exit".

  4. REGISTRATION RELATED TO ECD SYSTEM


    1. LEARNING VALUES CONFIRMATION

      This procedure sues the intelligent tester to display the learned values (injector compensation code, pilot quantity learning value, crank time compensation learning value, catalyst deterioration learning value and A/F sensor learning value) stored in the ECM.

      A010NK8E04

      Tech Tips

      A malfunction may occur when reading the values if there is a problem with the ECM, a wire harness or the connection to the DLC3. If the wire harnesses and the connection to the DLC3 are inspected and found to be normal, the ECM may be malfunctioning.

      A010PR3

      1. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.

      2. Turn the ignition switch to ON and turn the tester on.

        Note

        Do not start the engine.

      3. Enter the following menus: Powertrain / Engine and ECT / Utility / Learning values confirmation.

      4. A010PYO

        Press "Next".

      5. A010OC3

        Press "Next" again to proceed.

      6. A010OLN

        Select the value to confirm and press "Next".

      7. When the next screen is displayed, confirm the contents and press "Exit".

        A010NU1E01
    2. LEARNING VALUES SAVE

      *1: except CCo

      This procedure uses the intelligent tester to save the learned values (injector compensation code, pilot quantity learning value, crank time compensation learning value, catalyst deterioration learning value and A/F sensor learning value) stored in the ECM in the intelligent tester depending on the components being replaced.

      *2: for CCo

      This procedure uses the intelligent tester to save the learned values (injector compensation code, pilot quantity learning value, crank time compensation learning value) stored in the ECM in the intelligent tester depending on the components being replaced.

      A010NL0E04

      Tech Tips


      • When replacing the engine assembly, injector assembly, catalyst converter or the A/F sensor together with the ECM, this function automatically determines the data which can be transferred (old data) and saves the data in the intelligent tester.

      • A010QPO

        When there is no data to read from the ECM, manually perform the procedure to register each compensation code and learning value in the ECM.

      • A010RRB

        A malfunction may occur when reading the values if there is a problem with the ECM, a wire harness or the connection to the DLC3. If the wire harnesses and the connection to the DLC3 are inspected and found to be normal, the ECM may be malfunctioning.


      1. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.

      2. Turn the ignition switch to ON and turn the tester on.

        Note

        Do not start the engine.

      3. Enter the following menus: Powertrain / Engine and ECT / Utility / Learning values save.

      4. A010SIA

        Press "Next".

      5. A010P0W

        Press "Next" again to proceed.

      6. A010SL6

        Select any components being replaced and press "Next". If no applicable components are displayed, press "Next" without selecting anything.

      7. A010SOZ

        If the overwrite confirmation screen is displayed, press "Overwrite".

      8. A010N7N

        When the operation is finished, confirm the date and time of the save operation, and press "Exit".

    3. LEARNING VALUES WRITE

      This procedure uses the intelligent tester to write all of the learned values (injector compensation code, pilot quantity learning value, crank time compensation learning value, catalyst deterioration learning value and A/F sensor learning value) stored in the intelligent tester to the ECM.

      A010PJGE02

      Tech Tips

      A malfunction may occur when writing the values if there is a problem with the ECM, a wire harness or the connection to the DLC3. If the wire harnesses and the connection to the DLC3 are inspected and found to be normal, the ECM may be malfunctioning.

      A010P63

      1. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.

      2. Turn the ignition switch to ON and turn the tester on.

        Note

        Do not start the engine.

      3. Enter the following menus: Powertrain / Engine and ECT / Utility / Learning values write.

      4. A010PS7

        Press "Next".

      5. A010OJB

        Press "Next" again to proceed.

      6. A010QIF

        If the "Error Learning Values Write" screen indicating a problem with the saved value(s) or that there are no saved values is displayed, perform "Learning Values Save" again.

      7. A010PAH

        Confirm the date and time of the save operation, and then press "Yes".

      8. A010S9B

        Confirm the contents, and then press "Next".

      9. A010NEM

        If any instructions are displayed on the tester, manually perform the procedure to register each applicable compensation code or learning value in the ECM.

      10. Clear the DTCs.

    4. A010OH4E01

      INPUT INJECTOR COMPENSATION CODE(S) INTO ECM

      Note


      • When a fuel injector is replaced, the new fuel injector compensation code must be input into the ECM. When the ECM is replaced, all of the existing fuel injector compensation codes must be input into the new ECM.

      • Fuel injector compensation codes are unique, 30- digit, alphanumeric values printed on the head portion of each fuel injector. If an incorrect fuel injector compensation code is input into the ECM, the engine assembly may rattle or engine idling may become rough. In addition, engine failure may occur and the life of the engine may be shortened.

      • When a fuel injector compensation code is input into the ECM, the pilot quantity learning values stored in the ECM are initialized. Also, DTC P1601 is stored when the pilot quantity learning values are initialized.


      1. After replacing fuel injector(s) with new one(s), input compensation code(s) of the fuel injector(s) into the ECM as follows:

        Tech Tips


        • Each fuel injector has different fuel injection characteristics. In order to optimize the fuel injections, the ECM uses the compensation codes to balance the different fuel injections between each fuel injector.

        • When only one or more fuel injectors are replaced, input the fuel injector compensation code(s), perform pilot quantity learning, and then clear the DTCs.

        • When the ignition switch is turned to ON after replacing the ECM, DTC P1601 is stored. This indicates that the fuel injector compensation code(s) need to be registered. Manually clear the DTC upon completion of pilot quantity learning.


        1. Input the compensation code(s), which is/are imprinted on the head portion(s) of the new fuel injector(s), into the intelligent tester.

        2. Input the new compensation code(s) into the ECM using the tester.

        3. Turn the tester off and turn the ignition switch off.

        4. Wait for at least 30 seconds.

        5. Turn the ignition switch to ON and turn the tester on.

        6. Perform pilot quantity learning.

        7. Clear DTC P1601 stored in the ECM using the tester.

        Note

        If the DTCs are cleared without performing pilot quantity learning, DTC P1601 is stored the next time the ignition switch is turned to ON.

      2. Register compensation codes.

        A010SAXE04

        1. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.

        2. Turn the ignition switch to ON.

          Note

          Do not start the engine.

        3. Turn the tester on.

        4. A010PBI

          Enter the following menus: Powertrain / Engine and ECT / Utility / Injector Compensation.

        5. Press Next.

        6. A010PYF

          Press Next again to proceed.

        7. A010NO6

          Select "Set Compensation Code".

        8. Press Next.

        9. A010S52

          Select the number of the cylinder corresponding to the fuel injector compensation code that you want to register.

        10. Press Next.

        11. A010REL
          A010PMK

          Register compensation code. 1. Press Input.

          1. Press Input.

          2. Manually input the cylinder compensation code using the keyboard on the tester screen. The code is a 30-digit, alphanumeric value printed on the injector head portion. HINT: Each fuel injector compensation code is unique. The compensation code for each selected cylinder must be input into the tester correctly.

          3. Confirm that the compensation code for the selected cylinder is correct, and then press OK.

        12. A010Q6B

          Check that the compensation code displayed on the screen is correct by comparing it with the 30-digit alphanumeric value on the head portion of the fuel injector.

          Note

          If an incorrect fuel injector compensation code is input into the ECM, the engine may rattle or engine idling may become rough. In addition, engine failure may occur and the life of the engine may be shortened.

          Tech Tips


          • If a wrong compensation code is input or read, return to the Input Value screen by pressing Input.

          • The saving process may fail due to a problem with the wire harness or a bad connection with the DLC3. Check the wire harness and DLC3 connection. If no problem is found with either, the ECM may be malfunctioning. Check the ECM and repeat this operation.

        13. Press Next to register the compensation code in the ECM.

          Tech Tips


          • If the registration process fails, the compensation code may be incorrect. Check the compensation code again.

          • If the input compensation code fails to register even though it is input correctly, there may be a problem with the wire harness or a bad connection with the DLC3. Check the wire harness and DLC3 connection. If no problem is found with either, the ECM may be malfunctioning. Check the ECM and restart this operation.

        14. A010NYG

          If you want to continue with other compensation code registrations, press Next. To finish the registration, press Exit.

        15. Turn the ignition switch off, and then turn the tester off.

        16. Wait for at least 30 seconds.

        17. Turn the ignition switch to ON, and then turn the tester on.

        18. Perform pilot quantity learning.

        19. Clear DTC P1601 stored in the ECM using the tester.

          Note

          NOTICE: If the DTCs are cleared without performing pilot quantity learning, DTC P1601 is stored the next time the ignition switch is turned to ON.

    5. PILOT QUANTITY LEARNING


      • This procedure uses the intelligent tester to perform "Pilot Quantity Learning".

      • When replacing the injector assembly, engine or ECM, perform this procedure after performing injector compensation (manual ID code registration).

      A010OAIE06

      Note

      After completing this procedure, clear the DTCs using the intelligent tester.

      Tech Tips


      • A010P08

        If "Exit" is pushed during the step where the accelerator pedal is operated and "Pilot Quantity Learning" is canceled, turn the ignition switch off, wait 10 seconds, check the vehicle condition, and then perform learning again.

      • If an error occurs during learning, check the vehicle condition after turning the ignition switch off, and then perform learning again.

      • If learning is canceled and DTCs are output due to excessive racing of the engine (depressing the accelerator pedal for 2 seconds or more), turn the ignition switch off, and then perform learning again.

      • A010RQ0

        A communication malfunction may occur if there is a problem with the ECM, a wire harness or the connection to the DLC3. If the wire harnesses and the connection to the DLC3 are inspected and found to be normal, the ECM may be malfunctioning.


      1. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.

      2. Start the engine.

      3. Turn the tester on.

      4. Enter the following menus: Powertrain / Engine and ECT / Utility / Pilot quantity learning.

      5. A010PBZ

        Press "Next".

      6. A010QG2

        Press "Next" again to proceed.

      7. A010O2B

        Confirm the condition of the engine and wait until learning can be performed.

        Essential Conditions for Learning
        Tester Display Standard
        Coolant Temp 70 to 100°C
        Intake Air -25 to 120°C
        Fuel Temperature 30 to 96°C
        Fuel Return Temp 35 to 110°C
        Battery Voltage 10 V or higher
        Reju Pilot Quantity Learning READY

        Tech Tips


        • If the values deviate from the standard above, "Pilot Quantity Learning" enters a standby state or is canceled.

        • When the display indicates that "Reju Pilot Quantity Learning" is prohibited, perform "Pilot Quantity Learning" after performing the "Activate the DPF Rejuvenate (PM)" Active Test using the intelligent tester. (except CCo)

        • When the essential conditions to perform learning are met, the screen will change automatically.

        Note


        • If "Activate the DPF Rejuvenate (PM)" is performed after an injector compensation code is input but before "Pilot Quantity Learning" is performed, DTC P1601 is stored and the MIL illuminates due to "Pilot Quantity Learning" being incomplete. (except CCo)

        • Using the intelligent tester, make sure that DTCs other than DTC P1601 are not output.

        • If DTCs other than DTC P1601 are output, perform troubleshooting for those DTCs, and then perform "Activate the DPF Rejuvenate (PM)". (except CCo)

        Tech Tips

        DTC P1601 is stored when the value registered in the ECM for an input injector compensation code, catalyst deterioration learning value and/or pilot quantity deterioration learning value is the initial value.

      8. A010PZA
        A010NGU

        Follow the prompts on the screen and repeat the following procedure until the screen changes: Starting with the engine idling, race the engine until the engine speed is 3000 rpm or more for no more than 2 seconds, and then let the engine return to idling.

        Tech Tips


        • After confirming that the engine speed has reached 3000 rpm, completely release the accelerator pedal in order for the throttle opening amount to become 0%.

        • It is possible to confirm the status of the learning operation during "Pilot Quantity Learning" by observing the blinking pattern of the glow indicator light.

        Glow Indicator Light Blinking Pattern
        Learning Status Glow Indicator Light Condition
        Conditions essential to start learning have not been met Blinking at 0.5 second intervals
        Conditions essential to start learning have been met Blinking at 1 second intervals
        During racing (learning is being performed) Blinking at 1 second intervals
        Learning is finished Off
        Learning has been canceled Blinking at 1.5 second intervals
        Learning has been canceled (malfunctioning cylinder is indicated by blinking pattern) Blinking at 0.8 second intervals (2.3 second intervals between each set of blinks representing the number of a malfunctioning cylinder)
        A010NVVE02
        A010STHE02
      9. A010SU6

        When the screen changes, push "Exit".

      10. Turn the ignition switch off, and then turn the tester off.

      11. Wait for at least 10 seconds.

      12. Turn the ignition switch to ON, and then turn the tester on.

      13. Clear the DTCs.

      14. Turn the ignition switch off.

        Note

        Do not disconnect the cable from the negative (-) battery terminal for 30 seconds after turning the ignition switch off.

        Tech Tips


        • The main relay turns off after the learned value is stored in the ECM.

        • The main relay turns off within approximately 5 to 10 seconds of turning the ignition switch off.

    6. PILOT QUANTITY LEARNING (DETAIL)


      • This procedure uses the intelligent tester to perform "Pilot Quantity Learning (Detail)".

      • When replacing the injector assembly, engine or ECM, perform this procedure after performing injector compensation (manual ID code registration).

      A010OAIE07

      Note

      After completing this procedure, clear the DTCs using the intelligent tester.

      Tech Tips


      • A010SVR

        If "Exit" is pushed during the step where the accelerator pedal is operated and "Pilot Quantity Learning (Detail)" is canceled, turn the ignition switch off, wait 10 seconds, check the vehicle condition, and then perform learning again.

      • If an error occurs during learning, check the vehicle condition after turning the ignition switch off, and then perform learning again.

      • If learning is canceled and DTCs are output due to excessive racing of the engine (depressing the accelerator pedal for 2 seconds or more), turn the ignition switch off, and then perform learning again.

      • A010S49

        A communication malfunction may occur if there is a problem with the ECM, a wire harness or the connection to the DLC3. If the wire harnesses and the connection to the DLC3 are inspected and found to be normal, the ECM may be malfunctioning.


      1. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.

      2. Start the engine.

      3. Turn the tester on.

      4. Enter the following menus: Powertrain / Engine and ECT / Utility / Pilot quantity learning (Detail).

      5. A010QR8

        Press "Next".

      6. A010QZS

        Press "Next" again to proceed.

      7. A010OJ3

        Confirm the condition of the engine and wait until learning can be performed.

        Essential Conditions for Learning
        Tester Display Standard
        Coolant Temp 70 to 100°C
        Intake Air -25 to 120°C
        Fuel Temperature 30 to 96°C
        Fuel Return Temp 35 to 110°C
        Battery Voltage 10 V or higher
        Reju Pilot Quantity Learning READY

        Tech Tips


        • If the values deviate from the standard above, "Pilot Quantity Learning (Detail)" enters a standby state or is canceled.

        • When the display indicates that "Reju Pilot Quantity Learning" is prohibited, perform "Pilot Quantity Learning (Detail)" after performing the "Activate the DPF Rejuvenate (PM)" Active Test using the intelligent tester. (except CCo)

        • When the essential conditions to perform learning are met, the screen will change automatically.

        Note


        • If "Activate the DPF Rejuvenate (PM)" is performed after an injector compensation code is input but before "Pilot Quantity Learning (Detail)" is performed, DTC P1601 is stored and the MIL illuminates due to "Pilot Quantity Learning (Detail)" being incomplete. (except CCo)

        • Using the intelligent tester, make sure that DTCs other than DTC P1601 are not output.

        • If DTCs other than DTC P1601 are output, perform troubleshooting for those DTCs and then perform "Activate the DPF Rejuvenate (PM)". (except CCo)

        Tech Tips

        DTC P1601 is stored when the value registered in the ECM for an input injector compensation code, catalyst deterioration learning value and/or pilot quantity deterioration learning value is the initial value.

      8. A010NRF
        A010RO7

        Follow the prompts on the screen and repeat the following procedure until the screen changes: Starting with the engine idling, race the engine until the engine speed is 3000 rpm or more for no more than 2 seconds, and then let the engine return to idling.

        Tech Tips


        • After confirming that the engine speed has reached 3000 rpm, completely release the accelerator pedal in order for the throttle opening amount to become 0%.

        • It is possible to confirm the status of the learning operation during "Pilot Quantity Learning (Detail)" by observing the blinking pattern of the glow indicator light.

        Glow Indicator Light Blinking Pattern
        Learning Status Glow Indicator Light Condition
        Conditions essential to start learning have not been met Blinking at 0.5 second intervals
        Conditions essential to start learning have been met Blinking at 1 second intervals
        During racing (learning is being performed) Blinking at 1 second intervals
        Learning is finished Off
        Learning has been canceled Blinking at 1.5 second intervals
        Learning has been canceled (malfunctioning cylinder is indicated by blinking pattern) Blinking at 0.8 second intervals (2.3 second intervals between each set of blinks representing the number of a malfunctioning cylinder)
        A010NVVE02
        A010STHE02
      9. A010SVQ

        When the screen changes, push "Exit".

      10. Turn the ignition switch off, and then turn the tester off.

      11. Wait for at least 10 seconds.

      12. Turn the ignition switch to ON, and then turn the tester on.

      13. Clear the DTCs.

      14. Turn the ignition switch off.

        Note

        Do not disconnect the cable from the negative (-) battery terminal for 30 seconds after turning the ignition switch off.

        Tech Tips


        • The main relay turns off after the learned value is stored in the ECM.

        • The main relay turns off within approximately 5 to 10 seconds of turning the ignition switch off.

    7. PILOT QUANTITY LEARNING VALUE CLEAR

      Tech Tips


      • If the atmospheric pressure is below the threshold value, "Pilot Quantity Learning" will not be completed and DTC P1601 is stored. After "Pilot Quantity Learning Value Clear" is performed, DTC P1601 will not be stored.

      • Clear the learned values using the following procedure.


      1. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.

      2. Turn the ignition switch to ON, and then turn the tester on.

      3. Enter the following menus: Powertrain / Engine and ECT / Utility / Pilot Quantity Learning Value Clear

      4. A010PRM

        Press "Next".

      5. A010RQ3

        Confirm that the atmospheric pressure screen is displayed.


        1. Confirm the displayed atmospheric pressure.

          Standard
          Atmosphere Pressure is below 85 kPa

          Note


          • If the atmospheric pressure is higher than the standard range for performing "Pilot Quantity Learning Value Clear", do not clear the learned values. Instead, perform "Pilot Quantity Learning".

          • When the atmospheric pressure is higher than the standard range, perform "Pilot Quantity Learning" without initializing the learned values using "Pilot Quantity Learning Value Clear". If the learned values are initialized when the atmospheric pressure is higher than the standard range, the following symptoms may appear. Be sure to correctly follow procedures.


            • Driveability problems

            • Rough idle

            • Emission of white or black smoke, etc.

        2. Proceed to the next screen.

      6. A010QA3

        Select the cylinders whose learned value will be cleared.

        Note


        • Multiple cylinders can be selected.

        • Only the cylinders for which fuel injector compensation codes have been written must have their learned value cleared.

      7. After selecting the cylinders whose learned value will be cleared, press "Next" to begin the initialization.

      8. A010SVC

        When the screen changes, push "Exit".

      9. Turn the ignition switch off, and then turn the tester off.

      10. Wait for at least 10 seconds.

      11. Turn the ignition switch to ON, and then turn the tester on.

      12. Clear the DTCs.

      13. Turn the ignition switch off and leave the vehicle for 30 seconds or more.

      14. Turn the ignition switch to ON for 1 second.

      15. Enter the following menus: Powertrain / Engine and ECT / DTC.

      16. Read the DTCs.

      17. Confirm that no DTCs are output.

  5. INITIALIZATION RELATED TO AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM


    1. RESET TRANSAXLE COMPENSATION CODE

      Note


      • If the following parts have been replaced, initialize the TCM and perform the following "Reset Memory" and "Perform Road Test to Allow TCM to Learn" steps.

        - Valve body assembly

        - Shift solenoid valve SL3

        - Shift solenoid valve SL4

        - TCM

      • The transaxle compensation code can only be initialized with the intelligent tester.

      Tech Tips

      The TCM memorizes the vehicle conditions when the ECT controls the automatic transaxle assembly. Therefore, when the automatic transaxle assembly or TCM has been replaced, it is necessary to reset the memory so that the TCM can memorize the new information. The reset procedure is as follows:


      1. Move the shift lever to N or P.

      2. Turn the ignition switch off.

      3. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.

      4. Turn the ignition switch to ON.

      5. Turn the intelligent tester on.

      6. Enter the following menus: Powertrain / ECT / Utility / A/T Code Reset.

      7. Press "Next" to proceed.

        Note

        After the transaxle compensation code is initialized, perform the following "Reset Memory" and "Perform Road Test to Allow TCM to Learn" steps.

      8. Press "Exit".

    2. RESET MEMORY

      Note

      Reset Memory can only be performed with the intelligent tester.

      Tech Tips

      The TCM memorizes the vehicle conditions when the ECT controls the automatic transaxle assembly.

      Therefore, when the automatic transaxle assembly, valve body assembly, shift solenoid valve SL3, shift solenoid valve SL4, or TCM has been replaced, it is necessary to reset the memory so that the TCM can memorize the new information.


      1. The reset procedure is as follows.


        1. Turn the ignition switch off.

        2. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.

        3. Turn the ignition switch to ON.

        4. Turn the intelligent tester on.

        5. Enter the following menus: "Powertrain / ECT / Utility / Reset Memory". Then press "Next".

          Note

          After performing Reset Memory, be sure to perform "Perform Road Test to Allow TCM to Learn" described earlier.

    3. PERFORM ROAD TEST TO ALLOW TCM TO LEARN

      Note

      Perform the following procedure while strictly observing all traffic laws and speed limits.


      1. Warm up the engine.

      2. Turn the ignition switch off.

      3. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.

      4. Turn the ignition switch to ON.

      5. Turn the intelligent tester on.

      6. Enter the following menus: Powertrain / ECT / Data List / Accel Position from EFI.

      7. From a standstill, achieve the highest possible speed with the accelerator pedal depressed 15% or less. Keep the accelerator pedal angle steady while driving the vehicle.

        Tech Tips

        "Accel Position from EFI": 15% or less

      8. Repeat the previous step until shift shock no longer occurs.

      9. From a standstill, achieve the highest possible speed with the accelerator pedal depressed 25% to 35%. Keep the accelerator pedal angle steady while driving the vehicle.

        Tech Tips

        "Accel Position from EFI": 25% to 35%

      10. Repeat the previous step until shift shock no longer occurs.

  6. REGISTRATION RELATED TO AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE SYSTEM

    Note


    • When the automatic transaxle is replaced, the transaxle compensation code must be input into the TCM (proceed to Procedure 1). After the automatic transaxle is reinstalled, the Quick Response (QR) code label will be positioned where the code cannot be read. Therefore, before reinstalling the automatic transaxle, record the transaxle compensation codes or input them into the intelligent tester.

    • When the TCM is replaced, the existing transaxle compensation codes must be input into the new TCM (proceed to Procedure 2).


    1. INPUT TRANSAXLE COMPENSATION CODE INTO TCM (Procedure 1)

      Note

      Transaxle compensation codes are unique, 60-digit alphanumeric values printed on a QR label on the transaxle. If an incorrect transaxle compensation code is input into the TCM, shift shock may occur.


      1. A010OA0E01

        Record the transaxle compensation code specified on the QR label.

        Tech Tips

        The transaxle compensation code is imprinted on the QR label.

      2. Move the shift lever to N or P.

      3. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.

      4. Turn the ignition switch to ON.

      5. Turn the tester on.

        Note

        Do not start the engine.

      6. Enter the following menus: Powertrain / ECT / Utility / A/T Code Registration.

      7. Select "Set Compensation Code".

      8. Register the compensation code.


        1. Press "Input".

        2. Manually input the transaxle compensation code. The code is a 60-digit alphanumeric value printed on the QR label. After inputting the code, press "Next".

      9. Check that the compensation code displayed on the screen is correct by comparing it with the 60-digit alphanumeric value on the QR label.

        Note

        If an incorrect transaxle compensation code is input into the TCM, shift shock will occur.


        1. Press "Next" to set the compensation code in the TCM.

          Tech Tips


          • If the registration process fails, the compensation code may be incorrect. Check the compensation code again.

          • If the attempted compensation code is correct, a problem with the wire harness or a bad connection with the DLC3 may cause a registration failure. Check the wire harness and the DLC3 connection. If no problem is found, the TCM may be malfunctioning. Check the TCM and repeat this operation.

        2. Press "Exit".

    2. TRANSFER TRANSAXLE COMPENSATION CODE (Procedure 2)

      Note

      Transaxle compensation codes are 60-digit alphanumeric values imprinted on a QR label on the transaxle. If an incorrect transaxle compensation code is input into the TCM, shift shock may occur.

      Tech Tips

      The following operation is available for use with TCMs that can transmit the registered transaxle compensation code to the intelligent tester.


      1. Move the shift lever to N or P.

      2. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.

      3. Turn the ignition switch to ON.

      4. Turn the intelligent tester on.

        Note

        Do not start the engine.

      5. Read the transaxle compensation code.


        1. Enter the following menus: Powertrain / ECT / Utility / A/T Code Registration.

        2. Select "Read Compensation Code".

        3. Press "Save".

        4. Press "Save" or "Overwrite".

          Tech Tips

          When there is existing code data, press "Overwrite".

          Note

          Do not use the code specified on the transaxle QR label even if the transaxle compensation code cannot be read using the intelligent tester. The code printed on an in-service transaxle may not match its current characteristics. Replace the TCM with a new one and perform a road test to allow the TCM to learn.

        5. Press "Exit".

        6. Turn the ignition switch off.

      6. Replace the TCM.

      7. Set the transaxle compensation code.


        1. Turn the ignition switch to ON.

        2. Turn the intelligent tester on.

        3. Enter the following menus: Powertrain / ECT / Utility / A/T Code Registration.

        4. Select "Set Compensation Code".

        5. Press "Open".

        6. Press "Open" again to proceed.

        7. Press "Exit".

  7. INITIALIZATION RELATED TO DRIVING SUPPORT ECU


    1. INITIALIZE DRIVING SUPPORT ECU


      1. If the driving support ECU has been replaced, turn the engine switch off → on (IG) for 10 seconds → off to perform the initialization.

  8. ADJUSTMENT RELATED TO LANE RECOGNITION CAMERA SENSOR ASSEMBLY

    Tech Tips


    • Use the same procedure for RHD and LHD vehicles.

    • The procedure listed below is for the LHD.

    • If the lane recognition camera sensor assembly is replaced or removed/installed, or the toe-in is adjusted, perform the lane recognition camera sensor assembly adjustment.


    1. A010QLBE02

      ADJUST LANE RECOGNITION CAMERA SENSOR ASSEMBLY

      Note


      • Make sure there are no black and white patterned objects in front of the vehicle.

      • Perform the measurement in a place with no wind, and make sure there is 1.5 m (4.92 ft.) or more in front of the vehicle that has a level surface with no obstacles.

      • Check that there are no reflective materials in the surroundings or on the ground within a 3 m (9.84 ft.) or more x 3 m (9.84 ft.) or more area in front of the vehicle.

      • Perform the inspection in a bright area.


      1. Beam axis learning preparation


        1. Move the vehicle to a level surface.

        2. Make sure the engine oil in the vehicle is at the specified amount.

        3. Make sure the engine coolant in the vehicle is at the specified amount.

        4. Make sure the fuel tank is full.

        5. Make sure the spare tire is in the vehicle.

        6. Make sure the standard tools are in the vehicle.

        7. Make sure nobody is in the vehicle.

        8. Make sure no extra loads are in the vehicle.

        9. Adjust the tire pressures to the specified pressure.

        10. Clean the front glass.

        11. If the lens of the lane recognition camera sensor assembly is dirty, apply a small amount of lens cleaner to a clean, soft cloth and clean the lens.

      2. Perform the front wheel alignment adjustment


        1. Perform the front wheel alignment adjustment.

          Note

          Perform this procedure as accurately as possible.

      3. Perform the rear wheel alignment adjustment


        1. Perform the rear wheel alignment adjustment.

          Note

          Perform this procedure as accurately as possible.

      4. Target sheet creation


        1. A010RBHE01

          Print or copy the illustration below.

          Dimension
          Area Specification
          A 160 mm (6.30 in.)
          B 80 mm (3.15 in.)
          C 16 mm (0.630 in.)

          Note


          • Make sure that the black areas of the target sheets are not glossy.

          • Make sure that the borders of the black and white areas on the target sheets are straight, and are not warped or blurry.

          If the print or copy's dimensions are not as specified, adjust settings and reprint or recopy so that the print or copy's dimensions are as specified.

          A010R7QE01
      5. A010SPYE02
        Text in Illustration
        *1 Target Sheet
        *2 Cardboard, etc.

        Target sheet attachment

        SST
        09870-60000   ( 09870-60010, 09870-60020 )

        1. Place the prepared target sheet on a piece of cardboard of the same size with the black area on the top right, as shown in the illustration. Then use double-sided tape to fix the target sheet in place.

          Note

          Do not attach reflective tape such as scotch tape, etc. to the target face, as this may affect target recognition.

        2. A010O7XE02
          Text in Illustration
          *1 SST (Laser Radar Adjusting Reflector)
          *2 Pointed Tip Weight
          *3 Mark-off Line

          Hang a weight with a pointed tip from the center of the target sheet. Then with double-sided tape, attach the target sheet to the reflector so that the weight aligns with the mark-off line of SST (laser radar adjusting reflector).

          Note


          • Perform this procedure as accurately as possible.

          • Attach the target sheet so that it is horizontal with the ground.

        3. A010OKPE03
          Text in Illustration
          *1 SST (Laser Radar Adjusting Reflector)

          Move the reflector up and down to position the center of the target at the height shown in the illustration, and fix it in place.

          Dimension A
          1000 mm (39.4 in.)

          Note

          Perform this procedure as accurately as possible.

      6. Target placement point measurement

        Note


        • Do not place black and white patterned objects near the target.

        • Face the vehicle toward a wall with no patterns, or make sure the background behind the target has no patterns.

        • Perform this procedure as accurately as possible.

        • Do not place reflective materials in the area behind the target.

        • Make sure there are no patterns on the wall behind the target.

        • Make sure the distance between the target and wall is within 3 m (9.84 ft.).

        • Make sure the shadow of the target is not on the wall, as the camera may have a recognition error.


        1. A010SOAE02

          From the center of the front and back bumpers (center of the emblems), hang a weight with a pointed tip, and mark the front bumper center point A and the rear bumper center point B on the ground.

        2. Draw a line that connects points A and B, and extend the line approximately 1.5 m (4.92 ft.) beyond the front of the vehicle.

          Tech Tips

          Secure the end of a string to point B. Then hold the other end of the string approximately 1.5 m (4.92 ft.) in front of the vehicle, and move it to the left or right to align the string with point A to make a straight line.

        3. Mark point C 1117 mm (44.0 in.) from the front bumper center point A (placement point 1).

          A010OXVE01
        4. From point C, move 300 mm (11.8 in.) towards the front bumper center point A and mark point D.

        5. From point C, place marking tape at a distance of 400 mm (15.7 in.) on the line perpendicular to the line that connects points A and B.

          Note

          Place tape so that there is sufficient surface area to clearly and accurately draw line E on the tape in the next step.

        6. Using a measuring tape of 5 m (16.41 ft.) or more and point D as the center point, draw part of a circle with a 500 mm (19.7 in.) radius that overlaps the marking tape (line E).

        7. Mark point F where the following intersect: 1) from point C, the point that is at a distance of 400 mm (15.7 in.) on the line perpendicular to the line that connects point A and point B; and 2) line E.

        8. Extend the measuring tape from point C to point F. Then mark point G 780 mm (30.7 in.) from point C (on the line extending from point C to point F) (placement point 2).

        9. Extend the measuring tape from point F to point C. Then mark point H 780 mm (30.7 in.) beyond point C (placement point 3).

        10. Set a string between points G and H, and use the string to accurately draw a straight line on the ground connecting points G and H (target placement line).

      7. Lane recognition camera sensor height measurement

        Note


        • Do not place black and white patterned objects near the target.

        • Face the vehicle toward a wall with no patterns, or make sure the background behind the target has no patterns.

        • Perform this procedure as accurately as possible.

        • Do not place reflective materials in the area behind the target.

        • Make sure there are no patterns on the wall behind the target.

        • Make sure the distance between the target and wall is within 3 m (9.84 ft.).

        • Make sure the shadow of the target is not on the wall, as the camera may have a recognition error.


        1. A010Q8EE01

          Measure the distance (X mm or in.) from the ground to point H for the front left wheel arch.

        2. Measure the distance (Y mm or in.) from the ground to point H' for the front right wheel arch.

        3. The average of the 2 distances (X mm or in, Y mm or in.) plus 626 mm (24.6 in.) is the height of the lane recognition camera sensor.

      8. Memorize camera/target position

        Note


        • Close all doors.

        • Perform the procedure with no one in the vehicle.

        • During the procedure, do not lean on the vehicle.

        • Do not illuminate the headlights.


        1. When using intelligent tester:


          1. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.

          2. Turn the engine switch on (IG).*1

          3. Turn the intelligent tester main switch ON.

          4. Select "LKA System" from the display screen.

          5. Select "Utility" from the display screen.

          6. Select "Camera/target position memory" from the display screen.

          7. Follow the tester display, and select "Next".

        2. Input the measured height of the lane recognition camera sensor assembly and the horizontal position of the camera into the input screen. Then press the "Next" button on the display screen.

          Tech Tips


          • for RHD: 70 mm (2.76 in.)

          • for LHD: -70 mm (-2.76 in.)

        3. Input "3000 mm (118 in.)" for the distance from the camera to the target and "1000 mm (39.4 in.)" for the height of the target into the input screen. Then press the "Next" button on the display screen.

        4. Press the "Exit" button to finish the camera/target position memory mode.

          Note

          If "Error Camera/target position memory" is displayed on the screen, press the "Try Again" button, and repeat procedures *1 again.

      9. Beam axis learning


        1. Select "LKA System" from the display screen.*1

        2. Select "Utility" from the display screen.

        3. Select "Camera axis adjust" from the display screen.

        4. Follow the tester display, and select "Next".

        5. A010Q2GE04
          Text in Illustration
          *1 SST (Laser Radar Adjusting Reflector)
          *2 Mark-off Line
          *3 Point C
          *4 Target Placement Line

          Align SST (laser radar adjusting reflector) sheet with the target placement line, and align the mark-off line with placement point 1 (point C).

        6. Check that the screen displays beam axis learning for target 1, then press the "Next" button on the display screen.

        7. A010Q2GE04
          Text in Illustration
          *1 SST (Laser Radar Adjusting Reflector)
          *2 Mark-off Line
          *3 Point G
          *4 Target Placement Line

          Align SST (laser radar adjusting reflector) sheet with the target placement line, and align the mark-off line with placement point 2 (point G).

        8. Check that the screen displays beam axis learning for target 2, then press the "Next" button on the display screen.

          Note

          Within 3 minutes after the screen displays the beam axis learning for target 2, move the target and press the "Next" button on the display screen.

        9. A010Q2GE04
          Text in Illustration
          *1 SST (Laser Radar Adjusting Reflector)
          *2 Mark-off Line
          *3 Point H
          *4 Target Placement Line

          Align SST (laser radar adjusting reflector) sheet with the target placement line, and align the mark-off line with placement point 3 (point H).

        10. Check that the screen displays beam axis learning for target 3, then press the "Next" button on the display screen.

          Note

          Within 3 minutes after the screen displays the beam axis learning for target 3, move the target and press the "Next" button on the display screen.

        11. Press the "Exit" button to finish the beam axis learning mode.

          Note


            If "Error camera axis adjust" is displayed on the screen, press the "Exit" button. Then after checking the conditions below, turn the engine switch on (IG) and off, and repeat from procedure *1 again.

          • Height of the target.

          • Distance from lane recognition camera sensor assembly to target.

          • Orientation of target (black area positioned on top right).

          • If surrounding area is bright enough.

          • If black and white patterned objects are placed near the target.

  9. ADJUSTMENT RELATED TO MILLIMETER WAVE RADAR SENSOR


    1. A010QYRE02

      ADJUST MILLIMETER WAVE RADAR SENSOR ASSEMBLY

      CAUTION:

      Exposure to radio frequency emissions is hazardous to your health. It is hazardous to be within 20 cm (7.87 in.) of the device's radio frequency aperture.

      Note


      • This device complies with FCC radio frequency emission regulations.

      • Perform adjustment on a level surface.

      • Make sure that no large pieces of metal are within a 10 m (32.81 ft.) x 14 m (45.93 ft.) area in front of the vehicle. If possible, the surrounding area should also be free of large metal objects.


      1. Before adjusting the radar beam axis, prepare the vehicle as follows.


        1. Check the tire pressure and adjust it if necessary.

        2. Remove all excess weight from the vehicle (luggage, heavy objects, etc.).

      2. Check and adjust the vertical direction of the radar sensor.


        1. A010O3TE01
          Text in Illustration
          *1 Level

          Remove dust, oil and foreign matter from the radar sensor's level rack.

        2. Set a level on the radar sensor's level rack.

        3. A010OJNE02

          Check that the level's air bubble is within the red frame.

          OK
          Level's air bubble is within red frame.

          If the bubble is not within the red frame, use a screwdriver to adjust bolt A until the level's air bubble is within the red frame.

          Tech Tips


          • The adjustable range within the red frame of the level is +/-0.2°.

          • The target angle is +0.2° (upward angle of 0.2°).

          Result
          Adjustment Direction Adjustment Procedure Adjustment Angle
          Vertical adjustment Upward direction: Turn bolt A to positive (+) side For every 8.6 rotations of adjustment bolt, sensor moves about 1°
          Downward direction: Turn bolt A to negative (-) side
      3. A010SG1E01
        Text in Illustration
        *1 SST
        *2 Millimeter Wave Radar Sensor Assembly

        Adjust the reflector height.

        SST
        09870-60000   ( 09870-60010 )
        09870-60040

        1. Adjust the reflector so that the center of SST reflector is the same height as the millimeter wave radar sensor.

          Tech Tips

          Prepare a 10 m (32.81 ft.) string, a string with a sharp-pointed weight (plumb bob), and a 5 m (16.41 ft.) tape measure.

      4. A010SM9E02

        Place the reflector.


        1. Hang the string (with weight) from the center of the vehicle rear's emblem. Mark the vehicle rear's center point on the ground. Repeat for the front of the vehicle.

        2. Set one end of the more than 10 m (32.81 ft.) string on the vehicle rear's center point. Run the string over the vehicle front's center point to a position 5 m (16.4 ft.) beyond the vehicle front's center point, as shown in the illustration. Mark the 5 m (16.4 ft.) position.

        3. Place the reflector (SST) at the marked position.

          Note

          Perform the operation as precisely as possible.

          A010NGQE02
      5. Check the radar beam axis.

        Tech Tips

        If a screen indicating an error is displayed while performing this procedure, perform the procedure again from *1.


        1. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.

        2. Turn the engine switch on (IG).

        3. Turn the intelligent tester main switch on, and turn the cruise control main switch on.

        4. Select "Auto" from the intelligent tester display screen. *1

        5. Select "Radar Cruise" from the display screen.

        6. Select the appropriate menu item.


          1. For vehicles with lane recognition camera: select "w/ LKA System" from the display screen.

          2. For vehicles without lane recognition camera: select "w/o LKA System" from the display screen.

        7. Select "Radar Cruise" from the display screen.

        8. Select "Utility" from the display screen.

        9. Select "Beam Axis Adjustment" from the display screen.

        10. Follow the tester display, and select "Next".

          Note


          • Turn the cruise control main switch ON before pressing Next.

          • Make sure there is at least 20 cm (7.9 in.) between the radar sensor and any nearby individuals.

            CAUTION:

            Do not come within 20 cm (7.9 in.) of the radar sensor.

        11. Check the following items on the radar cruise divergence data screen.

          CAUTION:

          While using the intelligent tester's beam axis adjustment mode, the actual direction and angle of the radar sensor may be different from the intelligent tester's data. In such a case, the deviation is displayed on the combination meter's multi-information display.


          1. Confirm that the distance value is approximately 5 m (16.4 ft.).

            Tech Tips


            • A value between 0.0 and 6.3 m (20.67 ft.) is indicated.

            • If the distance is 0 m (0 ft.), the sensor cannot detect the target. Reconfirm that there is no metal in the specified area in front of the vehicle (refer to the NOTICE at the beginning of this adjustment procedure).

          2. Confirm that the left/right side value is between 0.0 and 6.3.

            Tech Tips

            If the distance is 0 m (0 ft.), the sensor cannot detect the target. Reconfirm that there is no metal in the specified area in front of the vehicle (refer to the NOTICE at the beginning of this adjustment procedure).

      6. Check and adjust the horizontal direction of the radar sensor.


        1. Check that the divergence of the radar beam axis is 0°.

          Standard
          0° (Both right and left)

          If the axis is not as specified, use a screwdriver to adjust bolt B until the divergence of the radar beam axis is 0°.

        2. A010R00E01
          Text in Illustration
          *1 Bolt B
          *2 Screwdriver Insertion Hole

          Based on the measured divergence of the beam axis, turn and adjust bolt B for horizontal adjustment of the millimeter wave radar sensor using a screwdriver.

          Result
          Adjustment Direction Adjustment Procedure Adjustment Angle
          Horizontal adjustment Right direction: Turn bolt B to positive (+) side. For every 14.8 rotations of adjustment bolt, sensor moves about 1°
          Left direction: Turn bolt B to negative (-) side.

          Tech Tips


          • If "LEFT SIDE: 1.0°" is displayed, the divergence is 1.0° in the left direction. Turn bolt B approximately 14.8 turns to the negative (-) side.

          • If the value does not change to 0°, it is possible that the sensor is aiming at something different. Reconfirm that there are no reflective materials in the surrounding area.

        3. Select "Next". The driving learning value is automatically reset.

          Tech Tips

          A buzzer will sound for 10 seconds or more.

        4. Disconnect the intelligent tester from the DLC3.

      7. Recheck and readjust the vertical direction of the radar sensor.


        1. A010O3TE01
          Text in Illustration
          *1 Level

          Set a level on the radar sensor's level rack.

        2. A010OJNE02

          Check that the level's air bubble is within the red frame.

          OK
          Level's air bubble is within the red frame.

          If the bubble is not within the red frame, use a screwdriver to adjust bolt A until the level's air bubble is within the red frame.

          Tech Tips


          • The adjustable range within the red frame is +/-0.2°.

          • The target angle is +0.2° (upward angle of 0.2°).

          Result
          Adjustment Direction Adjustment Procedure Adjustment Angle
          Vertical adjustment Upward direction: Turn bolt A to positive (+) side For every 8.6 rotations of adjustment bolt, sensor moves about 1°
          Downward direction: Turn bolt A to negative (-) side
  10. CALIBRATION RELATED TO CLUTCH SYSTEM (for 1AD-FTV)


    1. INSPECT DRIVE AWAY RELEASE FUNCTION


      1. Before removing the clutch release with bearing cylinder assembly, brake pedal stroke sensor (clutch pedal stroke sensor), clutch master cylinder assembly, or clutch pedal sub-assembly, check the operation of the drive away release function of the electric parking brake.

        Tech Tips


        • Perform the inspection on as level a surface as possible.

        • Check the current behavior of the vehicle when accelerating from rest.

        • Check the timing of the electric parking brake release.


        1. Accelerate the vehicle after operating the electric parking brake, and then check when the electric parking brake is released. (*1)

        2. Accelerate the vehicle slightly more rapidly than in step *1 after operating the electric parking brake, and then check when the electric parking brake is released.

    2. PERFORM CLUTCH ENGAGEMENT POINT LEARNING

      Note

      Under the following conditions, it is necessary to perform clutch engagement point learning.


      • When replacing or removing/installing the clutch cover assembly.

      • When replacing or removing/installing the clutch disc assembly.

      • When replacing the clutch release with bearing cylinder assembly.

      • When replacing or removing/installing the brake pedal stroke sensor (Clutch pedal stroke sensor).

      • When replacing or removing/installing the clutch pedal sub-assembly.

      • When replacing or removing/installing the clutch master cylinder assembly.


      1. Warm up the engine.

      2. While driving the vehicle at a speed of 50 km/h (37 mph/h) or more, downshift from 4th to 3rd gear and check that the engine speed increases. (*1)

        Note

        Do not operate the accelerator pedal at this time.

      3. Perform step *1 five times.

      4. Accelerate the vehicle after operating the electric parking brake, and then check when the electric parking brake is released. (*2)

        Note

        Make sure that there is no sticking or abnormal feeling due to a delayed release of the electric parking brake.

        Tech Tips

        Check that the vehicle behaves in approximately the same fashion as it did when the vehicle behavior upon acceleration from rest was checked before performing this step.

      5. Accelerate the vehicle slightly more rapidly than in step*2 after operating the electric parking brake and then check the time it takes for the electric parking brake to be released. (*3)

        Note

        Make sure that there is no sticking or abnormal feeling due to a delayed release of the electric parking brake.

        Tech Tips

        Check that the vehicle behaves in approximately the same fashion as it did when the vehicle behavior upon acceleration from rest was checked before performing this step.

      6. If there is any abnormal feeling, repeat step *1 twenty times.

      7. Perform steps *2 and *3.

  11. CALIBRATION RELATED TO CLUTCH SYSTEM (for 2AD-FTV)


    1. INSPECT DRIVE AWAY RELEASE FUNCTION


      1. Before removing the clutch release with bearing cylinder assembly, brake pedal stroke sensor (clutch pedal stroke sensor), clutch master cylinder assembly, or clutch pedal sub-assembly, check the operation of the drive away release function of the electric parking brake.

        Tech Tips


        • Perform the inspection on as level a surface as possible.

        • Check the current behavior of the vehicle when accelerating from rest.

        • Check the timing of the electric parking brake release.


        1. Accelerate the vehicle after operating the electric parking brake, and then check when the electric parking brake is released. (*1)

        2. Accelerate the vehicle slightly more rapidly than in step *1 after operating the electric parking brake, and then check when the electric parking brake is released.

    2. PERFORM CLUTCH ENGAGEMENT POINT LEARNING

      Note

      Under the following conditions, it is necessary to perform clutch engagement point learning.


      • When replacing or removing/installing the clutch cover assembly.

      • When replacing or removing/installing the clutch disc assembly.

      • When replacing the clutch release with bearing cylinder assembly.

      • When replacing or removing/installing the brake pedal stroke sensor (Clutch pedal stroke sensor).

      • When replacing or removing/installing the clutch pedal sub-assembly.

      • When replacing or removing/installing the clutch master cylinder assembly.


      1. Warm up the engine.

      2. While driving the vehicle at a speed of 50 km/h (37 mph/h) or more, downshift from 4th to 3rd gear and check that the engine speed increases. (*1)

        Note

        Do not operate the accelerator pedal at this time.

      3. Perform step *1 five times.

      4. Accelerate the vehicle after operating the electric parking brake, and then check when the electric parking brake is released. (*2)

        Note

        Make sure that there is no sticking or abnormal feeling due to a delayed release of the electric parking brake.

        Tech Tips

        Check that the vehicle behaves in approximately the same fashion as it did when the vehicle behavior upon acceleration from rest was checked before performing this step.

      5. Accelerate the vehicle slightly more rapidly than in step*2 after operating the electric parking brake and then check the time it takes for the electric parking brake to be released. (*3)

        Note

        Make sure that there is no sticking or abnormal feeling due to a delayed release of the electric parking brake.

        Tech Tips

        Check that the vehicle behaves in approximately the same fashion as it did when the vehicle behavior upon acceleration from rest was checked before performing this step.

      6. If there is any abnormal feeling, repeat step *1 twenty times.

      7. Perform steps *2 and *3.

  12. CALIBRATION RELATED TO CLUTCH SYSTEM (for 2AD-FHV)


    1. INSPECT DRIVE AWAY RELEASE FUNCTION


      1. Before removing the clutch release with bearing cylinder assembly, brake pedal stroke sensor (clutch pedal stroke sensor), clutch master cylinder assembly, or clutch pedal sub-assembly, check the operation of the drive away release function of the electric parking brake.

        Tech Tips


        • Perform the inspection on as level a surface as possible.

        • Check the current behavior of the vehicle when accelerating from rest.

        • Check the timing of the electric parking brake release.


        1. Accelerate the vehicle after operating the electric parking brake, and then check when the electric parking brake is released. (*1)

        2. Accelerate the vehicle slightly more rapidly than in step *1 after operating the electric parking brake, and then check when the electric parking brake is released.

    2. PERFORM CLUTCH ENGAGEMENT POINT LEARNING

      Note

      Under the following conditions, it is necessary to perform clutch engagement point learning.


      • When replacing or removing/installing the clutch cover assembly.

      • When replacing or removing/installing the clutch disc assembly.

      • When replacing the clutch release with bearing cylinder assembly.

      • When replacing or removing/installing the brake pedal stroke sensor (Clutch pedal stroke sensor).

      • When replacing or removing/installing the clutch pedal sub-assembly.

      • When replacing or removing/installing the clutch master cylinder assembly.


      1. Warm up the engine.

      2. While driving the vehicle at a speed of 50 km/h (37 mph/h) or more, downshift from 4th to 3rd gear and check that the engine speed increases. (*1)

        Note

        Do not operate the accelerator pedal at this time.

      3. Perform step *1 five times.

      4. Accelerate the vehicle after operating the electric parking brake, and then check when the electric parking brake is released. (*2)

        Note

        Make sure that there is no sticking or abnormal feeling due to a delayed release of the electric parking brake.

        Tech Tips

        Check that the vehicle behaves in approximately the same fashion as it did when the vehicle behavior upon acceleration from rest was checked before performing this step.

      5. Accelerate the vehicle slightly more rapidly than in step*2 after operating the electric parking brake and then check the time it takes for the electric parking brake to be released. (*3)

        Note

        Make sure that there is no sticking or abnormal feeling due to a delayed release of the electric parking brake.

        Tech Tips

        Check that the vehicle behaves in approximately the same fashion as it did when the vehicle behavior upon acceleration from rest was checked before performing this step.

      6. If there is any abnormal feeling, repeat step *1 twenty times.

      7. Perform steps *2 and *3.

  13. CALIBRATION RELATED TO ELECTRIC PARKING BRAKE SYSTEM


    1. DESCRIPTION


      1. Follow the chart below to perform calibration.

        Parts to be Replaced/Operation Necessary Operation
        Electric parking brake ECU (Parking brake with bracket actuator assembly)
        • Yaw rate sensor zero point calibration

        • Brake pedal stroke sensor (Clutch pedal stroke sensor) zero point calibration (for M/T)

        Yaw rate sensor
        • Clearing zero point calibration data

        • Yaw rate sensor zero point calibration

        Brake pedal stroke sensor (Clutch pedal stroke sensor) (for M/T)
        • Clearing zero point calibration data

        • Brake pedal stroke sensor (Clutch pedal stroke sensor) zero point calibration

        Brake pedal stroke sensor (Clutch pedal stroke sensor) adjustment (for M/T)
        Clutch pedal (for M/T)
    2. CLEAR ZERO POINT OF YAW RATE SENSOR AND BRAKE PEDAL STROKE SENSOR (CLUTCH PEDAL STROKE SENSOR)


      1. Clear the zero point calibration data (when using intelligent tester).


        1. Turn the ignition switch off.

        2. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.

        3. Turn the ignition switch to ON and turn the intelligent tester on.

        4. Enter the following menus: Chassis / Electric Parking Brake / Utility / Reset Memory.

        5. Follow the intelligent tester display and perform reset memory.

          Tech Tips

          When the reset memory procedure is completed, the brake system warning light (yellow indicator) turns on.

      2. Clear the zero point calibration data (when not using intelligent tester).

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        1. Turn the ignition switch off.

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          Text in Illustration
          *1 Front view of DLC3

          Using SST, connect terminals 13 (TC) and 4 (CG) of the DLC3.

          Note

          Do not connect the wrong terminals, as this will cause parts to be damaged.

        3. Turn the ignition switch to ON.

        4. Perform both of the following procedures within 8 seconds:


          1. Perform the following electric parking brake switch operation: push → pull → push → pull.

          2. Perform the following with the brake pedal: depress → release → depress → release.

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        5. With the ignition switch ON, disconnect the connection of terminals 13 (TC) and 4 (CG) of the DLC3.

        6. Check that the brake system warning light (yellow indicator) turns on.

    3. OBTAIN ZERO POINT OF YAW RATE SENSOR AND BRAKE PEDAL STROKE SENSOR (CLUTCH PEDAL STROKE SENSOR)

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      Note


      • Before performing calibration, make sure that the vehicle is on a horizontal surface.

      • Do not press the clutch pedal during test mode. (for M/T)

      • Turn the air conditioning system off.


      1. Turn the ignition switch to ON.

      2. Check that the brake system warning light (yellow indicator) turns on.

        Note

        If the brake system warning light (yellow indicator) does not turn on, perform the Clear Zero Point of Yaw Rate Sensor and Brake Pedal Stroke Sensor (Clutch Pedal Stroke Sensor) procedures.

      3. Enter test mode.


        1. Turn the ignition switch off.

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          Text in Illustration
          *1 Front view of DLC3

          Using SST, connect terminals 12 (TS) and 4 (CG) of the DLC3.

          Note

          Do not connect the wrong terminals, as this will cause parts to be damaged.

      4. Turn the ignition switch to ON.

      5. Perform the following procedures with the electric parking brake switch within 8 seconds:


        1. Push the electric parking brake switch 3 times and then pull it 3 times.

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          Check that the PARK warning light blinks in test mode.

      6. Check that the brake system warning light (yellow indicator) turns off.

        Note

        The brake system warning light (yellow indicator) does not turn off if confirmation of the vehicle specifications and/or sensor calibration fails.

        If the brake system warning light (yellow indicator) does not turn off, repeat the procedure from entering test mode. If the procedure fails multiple times, proceed to Failure Investigation to determine the cause of the failure.

    4. FAILURE INVESTIGATION

      Tech Tips

      *: If the electric parking brake switch is operated too quickly, it does not operate properly.


      1. Turn the ignition switch to ON.

      2. Apply the electric parking brake.*

      3. Release the electric parking brake after the PARK warning light turns off.*

      4. Check for DTCs.

      5. Refer to Diagnostic Trouble Code Chart.

  14. CALIBRATION RELATED TO VEHICLE STABILITY CONTROL SYSTEM


    1. DESCRIPTION

      Follow the chart below to perform calibration.

      Parts to be Replaced Necessary Operation
      Skid control ECU (Brake actuator assembly) Engine variant learning
    2. ENGINE VARIANT LEARNING (Using the Intelligent Tester)


      1. Turn the ignition switch off.

      2. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.

      3. Turn the ignition switch to ON.

      4. Turn the intelligent tester on.

      5. Switch the skid control ECU to Test Mode using the intelligent tester. Enter the following menus: Chassis / ABS/VSC/TRC / Utility / Test Mode.

        Tech Tips


        • Engine variant learning is automatically performed immediately after test mode is entered.

        • If the engine variant learning has not been done yet, the ABS warning light begins blinking in the test mode blinking pattern, the multi-information display changes to the test mode display, and then the ABS warning light and brake system warning light (red indicator) turn on for approximately 3 seconds.

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          When the engine variant learning is correctly completed, the ABS warning light resumes blinking in the test mode blinking pattern, and the multi-information display shows the test mode display.

    3. ENGINE VARIANT LEARNING (Using SST Check Wire)


      1. Turn the ignition switch off.

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        *1 Front view of DLC3

        Using SST, connect terminals 12 (TS) and 4 (CG) of the DLC3.

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      3. Turn the ignition switch to ON.

        Tech Tips


        • Engine variant learning is automatically performed immediately after test mode is entered.

        • If the engine variant learning has not been done yet, the ABS warning light, brake system warning light (red indicator) and slip indicator light turn on for approximately 5 seconds.

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          When the engine variant learning is correctly completed, the ABS warning light begins blinking in the test mode blinking pattern, and the multi-information display shows the test mode display.

  15. BLEEDING AIR FROM BRAKE SYSTEM

    Tech Tips

    If any work is performed on the brake system or if air in the brake lines is suspected, bleed air from the brake system.

    Note


    • Apply the parking brake before bleeding the brakes.

    • Add brake fluid to keep the level between the MIN and MAX lines of the reservoir while bleeding the brakes.

    • If brake fluid leaks onto any painted surface, immediately wash it off.


    1. REMOVE CENTER COWL TOP VENTILATOR LOUVER

    2. FILL RESERVOIR WITH BRAKE FLUID

    3. BLEED BRAKE MASTER CYLINDER

      Note


      • If the master cylinder is reinstalled or if the reservoir becomes empty, bleed the master cylinder.

      • To prevent brake fluid from damaging painted surfaces, cover any surrounding parts with a piece of cloth.


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        Using a union nut wrench, disconnect the 2 brake lines from the master cylinder.

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        Slowly depress the brake pedal and hold it.*1

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        Cover the 2 outer holes with fingers and release the brake pedal.*2

      4. Repeat *1 and *2 3 or 4 times.

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        Using a union nut wrench, connect the 2 brake lines to the master cylinder.

        Torque:
        without VSC
        15 N*m  { 155 kgf*cm, 11 ft.*lbf }
        with VSC
        20 N*m  { 199 kgf*cm, 14 ft.*lbf }

        Note

        Use the formula to calculate special torque values for situations where a union nut wrench is combined with a torque wrench.

    4. BLEED BRAKE LINE

    5. BLEED BRAKE ACTUATOR

      Note

      After bleeding the brake system, if the specified height or feel of the brake pedal cannot be obtained, bleed the brake actuator assembly with the intelligent tester by following the procedure below.


      1. Depress the brake pedal more than 20 times with the ignition switch off.

      2. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.

      3. Turn the ignition switch to ON.

        Note

        Do not start the engine.

      4. Enter the following menus: Chassis / ABS/VSC/TRC / Utility / Air Bleeding.

        Tech Tips

        Refer to the intelligent tester operator's manual for further details.

      5. Bleed the front right brake line.

        Note


        • Make sure that the master cylinder reservoir tank does not run out of brake fluid.

        • Add brake fluid to keep the level between the MIN and MAX lines of the reservoir while bleeding the brakes.


        • Select "FR Line" on the intelligent tester.

        • Depress the brake pedal and hold it.

          Note

          The actuator operation stops automatically in 4 seconds.

        • Tighten the bleeder plug completely.

        Torque:
        10 N*m  { 102 kgf*cm, 7 ft.*lbf }

        • Wait 20 seconds.

        • Repeat the steps above until there are no more air bubbles in the fluid.

      6. Bleed the front left brake line.

        Note


        • Make sure that the master cylinder reservoir tank does not run out of brake fluid.

        • Add brake fluid to keep the level between the MIN and MAX lines of the reservoir while bleeding the brakes.


        • Select "FL Line" on the intelligent tester.

        • Depress the brake pedal and hold it.

          Note

          The actuator operation stops automatically in 4 seconds.

        • Tighten the bleeder plug completely.

        Torque:
        10 N*m  { 102 kgf*cm, 7 ft.*lbf }

        • Wait 20 seconds.

        • Repeat the steps above until there are no more air bubbles in the fluid.

      7. Bleed the rear right brake line.

        Note


        • Make sure that the master cylinder reservoir tank does not run out of brake fluid.

        • Add brake fluid to keep the level between the MIN and MAX lines of the reservoir while bleeding the brakes.

        • The actuator operation stops automatically in 4 seconds.


        • Select "RR Line" on the intelligent tester.

        • Depress the brake pedal and hold it.

        • Tighten the bleeder plug completely.

        Torque:
        10 N*m  { 102 kgf*cm, 7 ft.*lbf }

        • Wait 20 seconds.

        • Repeat the steps above until there are no more air bubbles in the fluid.

      8. Bleed the rear left brake line.

        Note


        • Make sure that the master cylinder reservoir tank does not run out of brake fluid.

        • Add brake fluid to keep the level between the MIN and MAX lines of the reservoir while bleeding the brakes.

        • The actuator operation stops automatically in 4 seconds.


        • Select "RL Line" on the intelligent tester.

        • Depress the brake pedal and hold it.

        • Tighten the bleeder plug completely.

        Torque:
        10 N*m  { 102 kgf*cm, 7 ft.*lbf }

        • Wait 20 seconds.

        • Repeat the steps above until there are no more air bubbles in the fluid.

      9. Disconnect the intelligent tester from the DLC3.

      10. Clear the DTCs.

    6. INSPECT FOR BRAKE FLUID LEAK

    7. INSPECT FLUID LEVEL

    8. INSTALL CENTER COWL TOP VENTILATOR LOUVER

  16. CALIBRATION RELATED TO POWER STEERING SYSTEM


    1. ROTATION ANGLE SENSOR INITIALIZATION AND TORQUE SENSOR ZERO POINT CALIBRATION

      Note

      Clear the rotation angle sensor calibration value, initialize the rotation angle sensor and calibrate the torque sensor zero point under any of the following conditions:


      • The power steering ECU is replaced.

      • The steering column assembly is replaced.

      • Steering effort differs between turning left and right.


      1. Inspection before calibration.


        1. Turn the ignition switch off.

        2. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.

        3. Turn the ignition switch to ON.

        4. Turn the intelligent tester on.

        5. Enter the following menus: Chassis / EMPS / Data List.

        6. Check the values by referring to the table below.

        EMPS
        Tester Display Measurement Item/Range Normal Condition Diagnostic Note
        IG Power Supply

        ECU power source voltage/

        Min.: 0 V

        Max.: 20.1531 V

        11 to 14 V The ignition switch is ON.

        Note

        If the IG power supply voltage is 9 V or less, calibration cannot be performed. In this case, charge or replace the battery, and then perform calibration.

      2. Rotation angle sensor calibration value clear, rotation angle sensor initialization and torque sensor zero point calibration

        Note


        • If DTC C1516 (Torque Sensor Zero Point Adjustment Incomplete) is stored, the torque sensor zero point cannot be calibrated. Clear the DTC before starting calibration.

        • If DTC C1526 (Rotation Angle Sensor Initialization Incomplete) is stored, the rotation angle sensor cannot be initialized. Clear the DTC before starting initialization.


        1. Turn the ignition switch off.

        2. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.

        3. Turn the ignition switch to ON.

        4. Turn the intelligent tester on.

        5. Enter the following menus: Chassis / EMPS / Utility / Torque Sensor Adjustment.

        6. According to the display on the intelligent tester, perform calibration.

        Note


        • Set the steering wheel to the center point and align the front tires straight ahead.

        • Do not turn the steering wheel sharply.

        • Do not touch the steering wheel during the torque sensor zero point calibration (for 3 seconds).

      3. REGISTRATION RELATED TO AFS ECU

        Note


        • After the headlight swivel ECU is replaced, the new headlight swivel ECU does not operate if the vehicle specifications are not registered.

        • Once vehicle specifications are registered into a headlight swivel ECU, they cannot be overwritten (the vehicle specifications cannot be registered into an ECU that already has previously registered vehicle specifications).

        • Be sure to register the vehicle specifications before initializing the rear height control sensor.

        • Be sure to register the vehicle specifications with the main body ECU and ECM connected to the CAN communication system.

        • Initialize the headlight swivel ECU (store the zero point of the rear height control sensor in the headlight swivel ECU) after the vehicle height changes due to replacement of the suspension or after performing removal and reinstallation or replacement of the rear height control sensor.

        • When the headlight swivel ECU is replaced, initialization is also necessary.

        • Adjust the headlight aim after initializing the headlight swivel ECU.


        • When a malfunction is detected in the AFS, the rear height control sensor initialization is impossible. Perform troubleshooting for the AFS before initializing the rear height control sensor.


        1. CONFIRM METHOD OF REGISTRATION FOR VEHICLE SPECIFICATIONS (Procedure A)


          1. Confirm the method of registration for the vehicle specifications.

      4. Result
        Result Proceed to
        Using intelligent tester Procedure B
        Not using intelligent tester Procedure C
  • REGISTER VEHICLE SPECIFICATIONS (USING INTELLIGENT TESTER) (Procedure B)


    1. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.

    2. Turn the ignition switch to ON (when the vehicle specifications are unconfirmed, the AFS OFF indicator light blinks at a frequency of 0.5 Hz).

    3. Turn the intelligent tester on.

    4. Enter the following menus: Body / Sub System / Utility / ECU Information Sync / Next / Exit.

    5. Check that the AFS OFF indicator light stops blinking at a frequency of 0.5 Hz and blinks 6 times at a frequency of 2 Hz to confirm that the registration is complete.

    6. Go to procedure D.

  • REGISTER VEHICLE SPECIFICATIONS (NOT USING INTELLIGENT TESTER) (Procedure C)


    1. Turn the ignition switch to ON (when the vehicle specifications are unconfirmed, the AFS OFF indicator light blinks at a frequency of 0.5 Hz).

    2. Turn the low beam headlights on and off 8 times within 20 seconds.

    3. Check that the AFS OFF indicator light stops blinking at a frequency of 0.5 Hz and blinks 6 times at a frequency of 2 Hz to confirm that the registration is complete.

  • PREPARE VEHICLE FOR INITIALIZATION (Procedure D)


    1. Unload the trunk and vehicle, ensuring that the spare tire, tools and jack are in their original positions.

    2. Check that there are no passengers in the vehicle.

    3. Turn off the headlights.

    4. Stop the vehicle on a level surface and do not change the vehicle height.

  • CHECK INDICATOR LIGHT (Procedure E)


    1. Turn the ignition switch to ON, and check the AFS OFF indicator light.

      Tech Tips

      If the indicator light does not come on when turning the ignition switch to ON, perform troubleshooting according to Problem Symptoms Table.

      Result
      Result Proceed to
      OK Procedure F
      NG See procedure LIGHTING (for Exterior ) / LIGHTING SYSTEM / PROBLEM SYMPTOMS TABLE
  • INITIALIZATION (Procedure F)


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      *1 Front view of DLC3

      Using SST, connect terminals 4 (CG) and 8 (LVL) of the DLC3.

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      Turn the low beam headlights on and off using the light control switch within 20 seconds after connecting the terminals.

      Tech Tips

      The number of times the low beam headlights need to be turned on and off is determined by the present fuel level as shown below.

      Fuel Level Number of Times to Turn Low Beam Headlights on and off
      Fuel level is within A range. 5
      Fuel level is within B range. 4
      Fuel level is within C range. 3
      Fuel level is within D range. 2
      Fuel level at E. 1

      Note


      • Turn the low beam headlights on and off at approximately 1-second intervals.

      • Be sure to operate the light control switch from outside the vehicle.

    3. Check the indicator light.

      Tech Tips


      • *: The number of times that AFS OFF indicator blinks is determined by the number of times the low beam headlights are turned on and off.

      • If initialization cannot be finished normally, disconnect SST from the DLC3 and turn the ignition switch off. Then, perform troubleshooting according to the problem symptoms table and restart the procedure from the beginning.

      Result
      Result Proceed to
      OK Turn the ignition switch off (END)
      NG See procedure LIGHTING (for Exterior ) / LIGHTING SYSTEM / PROBLEM SYMPTOMS TABLE
  • REGISTRATION RELATED TO WIRELESS DOOR LOCK CONTROL SYSTEM (w/o Entry and Start System)


    1. DESCRIPTION OF CODE REGISTRATION

      Tech Tips


      • Recognition code registration is necessary when replacing the door control transmitter or the door control receiver.

      • Add mode is used to register new recognition codes while still retaining codes already registered. This mode is used when a new transmitter is added. If the number of registered codes exceeds 4, the previously registered codes will be cleared in order, starting from the first registered code.

      • Rewrite mode is used to clear all the previously registered recognition codes in order to register new recognition codes. This mode is used when the transmitter or the door control receiver is replaced with a new one.

      • Confirmation mode is used to confirm how many recognition codes have already been registered before registering any additional recognition codes.

      • Prohibition mode is used to clear all the registered codes and disables the wireless door lock function. This mode is used when the transmitter is lost.

      • All of the following registration procedures must be performed in order and in a continuous sequence.

    2. REGISTER RECOGNITION CODE (USING INTELLIGENT TESTER)

      Tech Tips

      For detailed procedures, refer to the prompts on the tester screen. The number of currently registered codes can be checked on the first screen of Wireless Code Registration.


      1. Turn the ignition switch to ON.

      2. Enter the following menus: Body / Main Body / Utility / Wireless Code Registration.

      3. Press both the lock and unlock switches at the same time for 1 to 1.5 seconds.

      4. Press either switch for more than 1 second within 3 seconds.

      5. Check the response to the registration completion.

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        Tech Tips


        • If the lock-unlock operation occurs twice, the registration of the recognition code has failed. Perform the registration procedures again from the beginning.

        • If registering another transmitter, repeat the procedures after the tester operation. All 4 recognition codes can be registered consecutively.

      6. Perform either of the following to complete the registration of the recognition codes:


        • Use the intelligent tester to send a completion command.

        • Disconnect the intelligent tester.

    3. REGISTER RECOGNITION CODE (USING SWITCH OPERATION)


      1. The following conditions must be met.


        • No key is inserted in the ignition key cylinder.

        • The driver side door is open (the other doors are closed).

        • The driver side door is unlocked.

      2. Insert and remove the key into/from the ignition key cylinder twice (Insert → Remove → Insert → Remove) within 5 seconds.

        Tech Tips

        The procedure should end with the key removed.

      3. Perform the following operations within 40 seconds.


        1. Close and open the driver side door twice (Close → Open → Close → Open).

          Tech Tips

          The procedure should end with the door open.

        2. Insert and remove the key into/from the ignition key cylinder (Insert → Remove).

          Tech Tips

          The procedure should end with the key removed.

        3. Close and open the driver side door twice (Close → Open → Close → Open).

          Tech Tips

          The procedure should end with the door open.

        4. Insert the key into the ignition key cylinder and close all the doors.

      4. Perform the following operations within 40 seconds.


        1. Turn the ignition switch from ON to off at approximately 1 second intervals. Operate the ignition switch according to the number of times shown below.

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          Tech Tips

          If the number of ignition switch ON - off operations is 0, 4, 6 or more, there will be no response (the power door lock and unlock operation) to show which mode has been selected.

        2. Remove the key from the ignition key cylinder.

      5. Check the response to the selected mode within 5 seconds.

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        Note

        After the system has been set to prohibition mode, enter the confirmation mode and check that the number of registered keys is 0.

        Tech Tips


        • In confirmation mode, the lock-unlock operation will occur once for each recognition code that has been registered. For example, if 2 recognition codes have been registered, the lock-unlock operation will occur twice.

        • In confirmation mode, if no recognition codes have been registered, the lock-unlock operation will occur 5 times.

        • If confirmation mode or prohibition mode is selected, the operation ends after the response to the selected mode completes.

      6. If add mode or rewrite mode is selected, perform the following procedures.


        1. Press a single switch (lock or unlock) within 5 seconds.

        2. After completing the above step, check the response to the registration completion within 3 seconds.

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          Tech Tips


          • If the lock-unlock operation occurs twice, the registration of the recognition code has failed. Perform the registration procedures again from the beginning.

          • If registering another transmitter, repeat the procedures after the response to the selected mode confirmation. All 4 recognition codes can be registered consecutively.

      7. Perform either of the following to complete the registration of the recognition codes:


        • Open a door.

        • Insert the key into the ignition key cylinder.

  • INITIALIZATION RELATED TO POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM


    1. INITIALIZE POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM (POWER WINDOW REGULATOR [ALL DOORS])

      CAUTION:

      When the door window regulator motor is reinstalled or replaced, the power window control system must be initialized. Functions such as auto up/down, jam protection and key-off do not operate if the initialization is not performed.

      Tech Tips

      When the battery is replaced, it is not necessary to initialize the door window regulator.

      Note


      • When the door window regulator motor is replaced, DTC B2313 is output. Clear the DTC after the initialization.

      • When performing initialization, do not perform any other procedures.

      • After any door glass or a door glass run has been replaced, the jam protection function may operate unexpectedly when the auto up function is used, due to detection of a value different from the operation learned value of the door glass movement speed. In such cases,

      • If the initialization is not completed properly, the LIN communication system may have a malfunction (See procedure NETWORKING / LIN COMMUNICATION SYSTEM / HOW TO PROCEED WITH TROUBLESHOOTING).


      1. Connect the battery and turn the ignition switch to ON (at this time, the LED on the power window switch blinks to indicate that it is ready for initialization).

        Tech Tips

        If the LED of the power window switch is not blinking, or if the jam protection function operates when its operation conditions are not met, disconnect the battery during a power window operation of the appropriate door window regulator.

        Note

        After connecting the battery, check that the LED of the power window switch is blinking.

      2. Fully close the window by fully pulling the power window switch, and hold the switch for 1 second or more after the window is fully closed to reset the glass position. The LED on the power window switch stops blinking and illuminates to indicate that the initialization is complete.

  • INITIALIZATION RELATED TO SLIDING ROOF DRIVE GEAR

    Note


    Tech Tips

    When the cable is disconnected and reconnected to the negative (-) battery terminal or the drive gear connector is disconnected and reconnected, the sliding roof drive gear (pulse sensor initial position setting) initialization is not necessary.


    1. Turn the ignition switch to ON.

    2. Operate the roof sunshade so that it moves to the fully open position.

    3. Push and hold the open switch on the map light (roof sunshade switch) until initialization is complete.

      Tech Tips


      • When it is detected that the motor is locked (the roof sunshade has moved further to the rear than the fully open position), the detected position is set as the position information.

      • After the motor locks, the final part of the initialization will start and the roof sunshade will continue to move until it reaches the fully open position, where it then stops.