WIPER & WASHER INFINITI


System Description INFOID:0000000004965868
OUTLINE
The front wiper is controlled by each function of BCM and IPDM E/R.
Control by BCM
• Combination switch reading function
• Front wiper control function
Control by IPDM E/R
• Front wiper control function
• Relay control function
FRONT WIPER BASIC OPERATION
• BCM detects the combination switch condition by the combination switch reading function.
• BCM transmits the front wiper request signal to IPDM E/R with CAN communication depending on each
operating condition of the front wiper.
• IPDM E/R turns ON/OFF the integrated front wiper relay and the front wiper high relay according to the front
wiper request signal. IPDM E/R provides the power supply to operate the front wiper HI/LO operation.
FRONT WIPER LO OPERATION
• BCM transmits the front wiper request signal (LO) to IPDM E/R with CAN communication according to the
front wiper LO operating condition.
Front wiper LO operating condition
- Ignition switch ON
- Front wiper switch LO or front wiper switch MIST (while pressing)
• IPDM E/R turns ON the integrated front wiper relay according to the front wiper request signal (LO).
FRONT WIPER HI OPERATION
• BCM transmits the front wiper request signal (HI) to IPDM E/R with CAN communication according to the
front wiper HI operating condition.
Front wiper HI operating condition
- Ignition switch ON
- Front wiper switch HI
• IPDM E/R turns ON the integrated front wiper relay and the front wiper high relay according to the front wiper
request signal (HI).
FRONT WIPER AUTO OPERATION
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Rain Sensing
Rain level and sensor conditions are detected by light & rain sensor.
• BCM transmits the vehicle conditions (vehicle speed, front wiper condition, light & rain sensor sensitivity setting,
etc.) to the light & rain sensor via the light & rain sensor serial link.
• Light & rain sensor judges a wiping speed for front wiper by rain condition and the vehicle conditions. And it
transmits the wiping speed request signal to the BCM via the light & rain sensor serial link.
Auto Wiping Operation
• BCM receives the wiping speed request signal from the light & rain sensor via the light & rain sensor serial
link.
• BCM controls front wiper operation according to the wiping speed request signals. And it transmits the front
wiper request signals (LO or HI) to the IPDM E/R via CAN communication line.
Front wiper AUTO operating condition
- Ignition switch ON
- Front wiper switch AUTO
NOTE:
When the front wiper switch is turned to AUTO position, front wiper operates once regardless of a rainy condition.
Light & rain Sensor Sensitivity Setting
BCM determines light & rain sensor sensitivity according to a wiper volume.
NOTE:
When the wiper volume is turned up at 1 level with front wiper AUTO operating condition, front wiper operates
once.
FRONT WIPER AUTO STOP OPERATION
• BCM stops transmitting the front wiper request signal when the front wiper switch is turned OFF.
• IPDM E/R detects the front wiper stop position signal from the front wiper motor and detects the front wiper
motor position (stop position/except stop position).
• When the front wiper request signal is stopped, IPDM E/R turns ON the front wiper relay until the front wiper
motor returns to the stop position.
NOTE:
• BCM stops the transmitting of the front wiper request signal when the ignition switch OFF.
• IPDM E/R turns the front wiper relay OFF when the ignition switch OFF.
Wiper volume dial position Sensitivity
1
High sensitivity
2
3
Medium – high sensitivity
4
5
Low – medium sensitivity
6
7 Low sensitivity
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FRONT WIPER AND WASHER SYSTEM
FRONT WIPER OPERATION LINKED WITH WASHER
• BCM transmits the front wiper request signal (LO) to IPDM E/R with CAN communication according to the
washer linked operating condition of the front wiper.
• BCM transmits the front wiper request signal (LO) so that the front wiper operates approximately 2 times
when the front washer switch OFF is detected.
Washer linked operating condition of front wiper
- Ignition switch ON
- Front washer switch ON (0.4 second or more)
• IPDM E/R turns ON the integrated front wiper relay according to the front wiper request signal (LO).
• The washer pump is grounded through the combination switch when the front washer switch ON.
FRONT WIPER DROP WIPE OPERATION
• BCM controls the front wiper to operate once according to the conditions of front wiper drop wipe operation.
Front wiper drop wipe operating condition
- Ignition switch ON
- Front wiper switch OFF
- Front washer switch OFF
• BCM transmits the front wiper request signal (LO) to IPDM E/R with CAN communication so that the front
wiper operate once three seconds after front wiper operation linked with washer.
• IPDM E/R turns ON the integrated front wiper relay according to the front wiper request signal (LO).
FAIL-SAFE FUNCTION
Front Wiper control
IPDM E/R performs the fail-safe function when the front wiper auto stop circuit is malfunctioning. Refer to
PCS-35, "Fail-safe".
Light & rain Sensor Malfunction
• BCM judges the light & rain sensor serial link error by the light & rain sensor serial link condition and detects
the light & rain sensor malfunction by light & rain sensor malfunction signal.
• When BCM detects the light & rain sensor serial link error or the light & rain sensor malfunction while front
wiper AUTO operation, BCM operates a fail-safe control.
NOTE:
If light & rain sensor malfunction is detected when ignition switch is turned OFF ⇒ ON and front wiper switch
is AUTO position, BCM operates front wiper LO.
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Component Parts Location INFOID:0000000004965869
Component Description INFOID:0000000005370219
1. Combination switch 2. Light & rain sensor 3. BCM
4. IPDM E/R 5. Washer pump 6. Front wiper motor
7. Unified meter and A/C amp.
A. Wind shield upper B. Dash side lower (passenger side) C. Engine room (right side)
D. Radiator core support (RH) E. Cowl top, left side of engine room F. Behind cluster lid C
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Part Description
BCM
• Judges the each switch status by the combination switch reading function.
• Requests (with CAN communication) the front wiper relay and the front wiper high relay ON to
IPDM E/R.
IPDM E/R
• Controls the integrated relay according to the request (with CAN communication) from BCM.
• Performs the auto stop control of the front wiper.
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FRONT WIPER AND WASHER SYSTEM
Front wiper motor
• IPDM E/R controls front wiper operation.
• Front wiper auto stop signal is transmitted to IPDM E/R.
Washer pump
• Washer fluid is sprayed according to washer switch states.
• Switching between front washer and rear washer is performed according to the voltage polarity
change to washer pump.
Combination switch
(Wiper & washer switch)
Refer to BCS-13, "System Description".
Unified meter and A/C amp. Transmits the vehicle speed signal to BCM with CAN communication.
Light & rain sensor
Detects water droplets on the windshield with infrared rays, and transmits the light & rain sensor
signal to BCM through the light and light & rain sensor serial link.
Part Description
REAR WIPER AND WASHER SYSTEM
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REAR WIPER AND WASHER SYSTEM
System Diagram INFOID:0000000006055143
System Description INFOID:0000000004965872
OUTLINE
The rear wiper is controlled by each function of BCM.
Control by BCM
• Combination switch reading function
• Rear wiper control function
REAR WIPER BASIC OPERATION
• BCM detects the combination switch condition by the combination switch reading function.
• BCM controls the rear wiper to start or stop.
REAR WIPER ON OPERATION
• BCM supplies power to the rear wiper motor according to the rear wiper ON operating condition.
Rear wiper ON operating condition
- Ignition switch ON
- Rear wiper switch ON
REAR WIPER INT OPERATION
• BCM supplies power to the rear wiper motor according to the INT operating condition.
Rear wiper INT operating condition
- Ignition switch ON
- Rear wiper switch INT
• BCM controls the rear wiper to operate once.
• BCM detects the rear wiper motor stopping position.
*1 : AT models
*2 : MT models
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REAR WIPER AND WASHER SYSTEM
• BCM supplies power to the rear wiper motor after an intermittent from the stop of the rear wiper motor.
REAR WIPER AUTO STOP OPERATION
• BCM stops supplying power to the rear wiper motor when the rear wiper switch is turned OFF.
• BCM reads a rear wiper stop position signal from the rear wiper motor to detect a rear wiper motor position.
• When the rear wiper motor is at other than the stopping position, BCM continues to supply power to the rear
wiper motor until it returns to the stopping position.
NOTE:
BCM stops supplying power to the rear wiper motor when the ignition switch is turned OFF.
REAR WIPER OPERATION LINKED WITH WASHER
• BCM supplies power to the rear wiper motor according to the washer linked operating condition of rear
wiper. When the rear washer switch is turned OFF, BCM controls rear wiper to operate approximately 3
times.
Washer linked operating condition of rear wiper
- Ignition switch ON
- Rear washer switch ON (0.4 second or more)
• The washer pump is grounded through the combination switch with the rear washer switch ON.
REAR WIPER OPERATION LINKED WITH REVERSE
• BCM controls rear wiper to operate once according to the conditions of rear wiper operation linked with
reverse.
Condition of rear wiper operation linked with reverse
- Ignition switch ON
- Front wiper switch: LO, HI or INT
- Rear wiper switch OFF
- Selector lever “R” (AT models)
- Shift lever “R” (MT models)
• TCM transmits the shift position signal to BCM through the CAN communication line when the selector lever
is shifted to the “R”. (AT models)
• Back-up lamp switch transmits the back-up lamp switch signal to BCM when the shift lever is shifted to the
“R”. (MT models)
• BCM supplies power to the rear wiper motor when receiving the shift position signal (AT models) or back-up
lamp signal (MT models).
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REAR WIPER DROP WIPE OPERATION
• BCM controls the rear wiper to operate once according to the rear wiper drop wipe operating condition.
Rear wiper drop wipe operating condition
- Ignition switch ON
- Rear wiper switch OFF
- Rear washer switch OFF
• BCM controls the rear wiper so that it operates once approximately three seconds after the washer interlocking
operation of the rear wiper.
REAR WIPER FAIL−SAFE OPERATION
BCM performs the fail-safe function when the rear wiper auto stop circuit is malfunctioning. Refer to BCS-84,
"Fail-safe".
Component Parts Location INFOID:0000000004965873
1. Combination switch 2. • TCM (AT models)
Refer to TM-44, "A/T CONTROL
SYSTEM : Component Parts Location".
• Back-up lamp switch (MT models)
Refer to TM-12, "Component Parts
Location".
3. BCM
4. Washer pump 5. Rear wiper motor
A. Dash side lower (passenger side) B. Radiator core support (RH) C. Back door finisher inner inside
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Component Description INFOID:0000000005370221
Part Description
BCM
• Judges each switch status by the combination switch reading function.
• Supplies power to the rear wiper motor.
• Performs the auto stop control of the rear wiper.
TCM
(AT models)
Transmits the shift position signal to BCM with CAN communication.
Back-up lamp switch
(MT models)
Transmits the back-up lamp switch signal to BCM.
Rear wiper motor
• BCM controls rear wiper operation.
• Rear wiper auto stop signal is transmitted to BCM.
Washer pump
• Washer fluid is sprayed according to washer switch states.
• Switching between front washer and rear washer is performed according to the voltage polarity
change to washer pump.
Combination switch
(Wiper & washer switch)
Refer to BCS-13, "System Description".
HEADLAMP WASHER SYSTEM
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HEADLAMP WASHER SYSTEM
FOR EUROPE
FOR EUROPE : System Diagram INFOID:0000000005370222
FOR EUROPE : System Description INFOID:0000000004965876
OUTLINE
Headlamp washer is controlled by each function of BCM and IPDM E/R.
Control by BCM
• Combination switch reading function
• Headlamp washer control function
Control by IPDM E/R
• Headlamp washer relay control function
HEADLAMP WASHER BASIC OPERATION
• BCM detects the combination switch condition by the combination switch reading function.
• BCM transmits the headlamp washer request signal to IPDM E/R with CAN communication depending on
each operating condition of the headlamp washer.
Operation is front washer switch (The first time)
- Ignition switch ON
- Headlamps ON
- Front washer switch ON at first time
Operation is front washer switch (From the second time)
- Ignition switch ON
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- Headlamps ON
- Front washer switch ON at fifth time after the first time
• IPDM E/R turns ON/OFF the headlamp washer relay by receiving the headlamp washer request signal, and
controls the headlamp washer.
FOR EUROPE : Component Parts Location INFOID:0000000004965877
FOR EUROPE : Component Description INFOID:0000000004965878
FOR RUSSIA
1. Combination switch 2. BCM 3. IPDM E/R
4. Headlamp washer pump
A. Dash side lower (Passenger side) B. Engine room (right side) C. Radiator core support (RH)
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Part Description
BCM
• Judges the each switch status by the combination switch reading function.
• Requests (with CAN communication) the headlamp washer relay ON to IPDM E/R.
IPDM E/R Controls the integrated relay according to the request (with CAN communication) from BCM.
Combination switch
(Wiper & washer switch)
Refer to BCS-13, "System Description".
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FOR RUSSIA : System Diagram INFOID:0000000006054683
FOR RUSSIA : System Description INFOID:0000000006054684
OUTLINE
• Headlamp washer system has following two operations.
- Normal operation by the headlamp washer switch
- Operation linked with front washer
• Headlamp washer is controlled by each function of BCM and IPDM E/R.
Control by BCM
• Combination switch reading function
• Headlamp washer control function
Control by IPDM E/R
• Headlamp washer relay control function
HEADLAMP WASHER OPERATION
• BCM detects the combination switch condition by the combination switch reading function.
• BCM transmits the headlamp washer request signal to IPDM E/R with CAN communication depending on
each operating condition of the headlamp washer.
Operation is headlamp washer switch
- Ignition switch ON
- Headlamps ON
- Headlamp washer switch ON
Operation is front washer switch (The first time)
- Ignition switch ON
- Headlamps ON
- Front washer switch ON at first time
Operation is front washer switch (From the second time)
- Ignition switch ON
- Headlamps ON
- Front washer switch ON at fifth time after the first time
• IPDM E/R turns ON/OFF the headlamp washer relay by receiving the headlamp washer request signal, and
controls the headlamp washer.
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FOR RUSSIA : Component Parts Location INFOID:0000000006054698
FOR RUSSIA : Component Description INFOID:0000000006055130
1. Combination switch 2. Headlamp washer switch 3. BCM
4. IPDM E/R 5. Headlamp washer pump
A. Dash side lower (Passenger side) B. Engine room (right side) C. Radiator core support (RH)
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Part Description
BCM
• Judges the each switch status by the combination switch reading function.
• Requests (with CAN communication) the headlamp washer relay ON to IPDM E/R.
IPDM E/R Controls the integrated relay according to the request (with CAN communication) from BCM.
Combination switch
(Wiper & washer switch)
Refer to BCS-13, "System Description".
Headlamp washer switch Headlamp washer switch inputs the signals to BCM when pressing the switch.
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DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM (BCM)
COMMON ITEM
COMMON ITEM : CONSULT-III Function (BCM - COMMON ITEM) INFOID:0000000005406782
APPLICATION ITEM
CONSULT-III performs the following functions via CAN communication with BCM.
SYSTEM APPLICATION
BCM can perform the following functions for each system.
NOTE:
It can perform the diagnosis modes except the following for all sub system selection items.
×: Applicable item
NOTE:
*: This item is displayed, but is not used.
FREEZE FRAME DATA (FFD)
The BCM records the following vehicle condition at the time a particular DTC is detected, and displays on
CONSULT-III.
Diagnosis mode Function Description
Work Support Changes the setting for each system function.
Self Diagnostic Result Displays the diagnosis results judged by BCM.
CAN Diag Support Monitor
Monitors the reception status of CAN communication viewed from BCM. Refer to CONSULT-III operation
manual.
Data Monitor The BCM input/output signals are displayed.
Active Test The signals used to activate each device are forcibly supplied from BCM.
Ecu Identification The BCM part number is displayed.
Configuration
• Read and save the vehicle specification.
• Write the vehicle specification when replacing BCM.
System Sub system selection item
Diagnosis mode
Work Support Data Monitor Active Test
Door lock DOOR LOCK × × ×
Rear window defogger REAR DEFOGGER × ×
Warning chime BUZZER × ×
Interior room lamp timer INT LAMP × × ×
Exterior lamp HEAD LAMP × × ×
Wiper and washer WIPER × ×
Turn signal and hazard warning lamps FLASHER × × ×
— AIR CONDITONER*
• Intelligent Key system
• Engine start system
INTELLIGENT KEY × × ×
Combination switch COMB SW ×
Body control system BCM ×
IVIS - NATS IMMU × ×
Interior room lamp battery saver BATTERY SAVER × × ×
Back door open TRUNK × ×
Vehicle security system THEFT ALM × × ×
RAP system RETAINED PWR ×
Signal buffer system SIGNAL BUFFER × ×
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DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM (BCM)
WIPER
WIPER : CONSULT-III Function (BCM - WIPER) INFOID:0000000006055150
DATA MONITOR
CONSULT screen item Indication/Unit Description
Vehicle Speed km/h Vehicle speed of the moment a particular DTC is detected
Odo/Trip Meter km Total mileage (Odometer value) of the moment a particular DTC is detected
Vehicle Condition
SLEEP>LOCK
Power position status of
the moment a particular
DTC is detected
While turning BCM status from low power consumption mode to
normal mode (Power supply position is “LOCK”.)
SLEEP>OFF
While turning BCM status from low power consumption mode to
normal mode (Power supply position is “OFF”.)
LOCK>ACC While turning power supply position from “LOCK” to “ACC”
ACC>ON While turning power supply position from “ACC” to “IGN”
RUN>ACC
While turning power supply position from “RUN” to “ACC” (Vehicle
is stopping and selector lever is except P position.)
CRANK>RUN
While turning power supply position from “CRANKING” to “RUN”
(From cranking up the engine to run it)
RUN>URGENT
While turning power supply position from “RUN“ to “ACC” (Emergency
stop operation)
ACC>OFF While turning power supply position from “ACC” to “OFF”
OFF>LOCK While turning power supply position from “OFF” to “LOCK”
OFF>ACC While turning power supply position from “OFF” to “ACC”
ON>CRANK While turning power supply position from “IGN” to “CRANKING”
OFF>SLEEP
While turning BCM status from normal mode (Power supply position
is “OFF”.) to low power consumption mode
LOCK>SLEEP
While turning BCM status from normal mode (Power supply position
is “LOCK”.) to low power consumption mode
LOCK
Power supply position is “LOCK” (Ignition switch OFF with steering
is locked.)
OFF
Power supply position is “OFF” (Ignition switch OFF with steering
is unlocked.)
ACC Power supply position is “ACC” (Ignition switch ACC)
ON
Power supply position is “IGN” (Ignition switch ON with engine
stopped)
ENGINE RUN
Power supply position is “RUN” (Ignition switch ON with engine
running)
CRANKING Power supply position is “CRANKING” (At engine cranking)
IGN Counter 0 - 39
The number of times that ignition switch is turned ON after DTC is detected
• The number is 0 when a malfunction is detected now.
• The number increases like 1 → 2 → 3...38 → 39 after returning to the normal condition
whenever ignition switch OFF → ON.
• The number is fixed to 39 until the self-diagnosis results are erased if it is over 39.
Monitor Item
[Unit]
Description
PUSH SW
[Off/On]
The switch status input from push-button ignition switch.
VEHICLE SPEED 1
[km/h]
The value of the vehicle speed signal received from unified meter and A/C amp. with CAN communication.
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*: For models with headlamp washer switch
ACTIVE TEST
FR WIPER HI
[Off/On]
Each switch status that BCM judges from the combination switch reading function.
FR WIPER LOW
[Off/On]
FR WASHER SW
[Off/On]
FR WIPER INT
[Off/On]
FR WIPER STOP
[Off/On]
Front wiper motor (stop position) status received from IPDM E/R with CAN communication.
INT VOLUME
[1 − 7]
Each switch status that BCM judges from the combination switch reading function.
RR WIPER ON
[Off/On]
Each switch status that BCM judges from the combination switch reading function.
RR WIPER INT
[Off/On]
RR WASHER SW
[Off/On]
RR WIPER STOP
[Off/On]
Rear wiper motor (stop position) status input from the rear wiper motor.
REVERSE SW CAN
[Off/On]
Reverse switch status received from TCM with CAN communication.
H/L WASH SW*
[Off/On]
The switch status input from headlamp washer switch.
Monitor Item
[Unit]
Description
Test item Operation Description
FR WIPER
Hi
Transmits the front wiper request signal (HI) to IPDM E/R with CAN communication to
operate the front wiper HI operation.
Lo
Transmits the front wiper request signal (LO) to IPDM E/R with CAN communication to
operate the front wiper LO operation.
INT
Transmits the front wiper request signal (INT) to IPDM E/R with CAN communication to
operate the front wiper INT operation.
Off Stops transmitting the front wiper request signal to stop the front wiper operation.
RR WIPER
On Outputs the voltage to operate the rear wiper motor.
Off Stops the voltage to stop.
HEADLAMP WASHER On
Transmits the headlamp washer request signal to IPDM E/R with CAN communication
to operate the headlamp washer operation.
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DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM (IPDM E/R)
DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM (IPDM E/R)
Diagnosis Description INFOID:0000000005406793
AUTO ACTIVE TEST
Description
In auto active test mode, the IPDM E/R sends a drive signal to the following systems to check their operation.
• Oil pressure warning lamp
• Front wiper (LO, HI)
• Parking lamps
• License plate lamps
• Tail lamps
• Front fog lamps
• Headlamps (LO, HI)
• A/C compressor (magnet clutch)
• Cooling fan (cooling fan control module)
Operation Procedure
1. Close the hood and lift the wiper arms from the windshield. (Prevent windshield damage due to wiper
operation)
NOTE:
When auto active test is performed with hood opened, sprinkle water on windshield beforehand.
2. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
3. Turn the ignition switch ON, and within 20 seconds, press the front door switch (driver side) 10 times.
Then turn the ignition switch OFF.
CAUTION:
Close passenger door.
4. Turn the ignition switch ON within 10 seconds. After that the horn sounds once and the auto active test
starts.
5. The oil pressure warning lamp starts blinking when the auto active test starts.
6. After a series of the following operations is repeated 3 times, auto active test is completed.
NOTE:
When auto active test mode has to be cancelled halfway through test, turn the ignition switch OFF.
CAUTION:
• If auto active test mode cannot be actuated, check door switch system. Refer to DLK-75,
"Component Function Check".
• Do not start the engine.
Inspection in Auto Active Test Mode
When auto active test mode is actuated, the following 5 steps are repeated 3 times.
*: Outputs duty ratio of 50% for 5 seconds → duty ratio of 100% for 5 seconds on the cooling fan control module.
Operation
sequence
Inspection location Operation
A Oil pressure warning lamp Blinks continuously during operation of auto active test
1 Front wiper LO for 5 seconds → HI for 5 seconds
2
• Parking lamps
• License plate lamps
• Tail lamps
• Front fog lamps
10 seconds
3 Headlamps
• LO 10 seconds
• HI ON ⇔ OFF 5 times
4 A/C compressor (magnet clutch) ON ⇔ OFF 5 times
5* Cooling fan MID for 5 seconds → HI for 5 seconds
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Concept of auto active test
• IPDM E/R starts the auto active test with the door switch signals transmitted by BCM via CAN communication.
Therefore, the CAN communication line between IPDM E/R and BCM is considered normal if the auto
active test starts successfully.
• The auto active test facilitates troubleshooting if any systems controlled by IPDM E/R cannot be operated.
Diagnosis chart in auto active test mode
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Symptom Inspection contents Possible cause
Any of the following components do not operate
• Parking lamps
• License plate lamps
• Tail lamps
• Front fog lamps
• Headlamp (HI, LO)
• Front wiper
Perform auto active test.
Does the applicable system
operate?
YES BCM signal input circuit
NO
• Lamp or motor
• Lamp or motor ground circuit
• Harness or connector between
IPDM E/R and applicable
system
• IPDM E/R
A/C compressor does not operate
Perform auto active test.
Does the magnet clutch operate?
YES
• Unified meter and A/C amp.
signal input circuit
• CAN communication signal
between unified meter and
A/C amp. and ECM
• CAN communication signal
between ECM and IPDM E/
R
NO
• Magnet clutch
• Harness or connector between
IPDM E/R and magnet
clutch
• IPDM E/R
Oil pressure warning lamp does not operate
Perform auto active test.
Does the oil pressure warning
lamp blink?
YES
• Harness or connector between
IPDM E/R and oil
pressure switch
• Oil pressure switch
• IPDM E/R
NO
• CAN communication signal
between IPDM E/R and
BCM
• CAN communication signal
between BCM and unified
meter and A/C amp.
• Combination meter
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DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM (IPDM E/R)
CONSULT-III Function (IPDM E/R) INFOID:0000000005406794
APPLICATION ITEM
CONSULT-III performs the following functions via CAN communication with IPDM E/R.
SELF DIAGNOSTIC RESULT
Refer to WW-112, "DTC Index".
DATA MONITOR
Monitor item
Cooling fan does not operate
Perform auto active test.
Does the cooling fan operate?
YES
• ECM signal input circuit
• CAN communication signal
between ECM and IPDM E/
R
NO
• Cooling fan
• Harness or connector between
cooling fan and cooling
fan control module
• Cooling fan control module
• Harness or connector between
IPDM E/R and cooling
fan control module
• Cooling fan relay
• Harness or connector between
IPDM E/R and cooling
fan relay
• IPDM E/R
Symptom Inspection contents Possible cause
Diagnosis mode Description
Ecu Identification Allows confirmation of IPDM E/R part number.
Self Diagnostic Result Displays the diagnosis results judged by IPDM E/R.
Data Monitor Displays the real-time input/output data from IPDM E/R input/output data.
Active Test IPDM E/R can provide a drive signal to electronic components to check their operations.
CAN Diag Support Monitor The results of transmit/receive diagnosis of CAN communication can be read.
Monitor Item
[Unit]
MAIN SIGNALS
Description
RAD FAN REQ
[%] × Displays the value of the cooling fan speed signal received from ECM via CAN
communication.
AC COMP REQ
[Off/On] × Displays the status of the A/C compressor request signal received from ECM via
CAN communication.
TAIL&CLR REQ
[Off/On] × Displays the status of the position light request signal received from BCM via CAN
communication.
HL LO REQ
[Off/On] × Displays the status of the low beam request signal received from BCM via CAN
communication.
HL HI REQ
[Off/On] × Displays the status of the high beam request signal received from BCM via CAN
communication.
FR FOG REQ
[Off/On] × Displays the status of the front fog light request signal received from BCM via
CAN communication.
FR WIP REQ
[Stop/1LOW/Low/Hi] × Displays the status of the front wiper request signal received from BCM via CAN
communication.
WIP AUTO STOP
[STOP P/ACT P] × Displays the status of the front wiper stop position signal judged by IPDM E/R.
WIP PROT
[Off/BLOCK] × Displays the status of the front wiper fail-safe operation judged by IPDM E/R.
DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM (IPDM E/R)
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ACTIVE TEST
Test item
IGN RLY1 -REQ
[Off/On]
Displays the status of the ignition switch ON signal received from BCM via CAN
communication.
IGN RLY
[Off/On] × Displays the status of the ignition relay judged by IPDM E/R.
PUSH SW
[Off/On]
Displays the status of the push-button ignition switch judged by IPDM E/R.
INTER/NP SW
[Off/On]
Displays the status of the clutch interlock switch (M/T models) or shift position (A/
T models) judged by IPDM E/R.
ST RLY CONT
[Off/On]
Displays the status of the starter relay status signal received from BCM via CAN
communication.
IHBT RLY -REQ
[Off/On]
Displays the status of the starter control relay signal received from BCM via CAN
communication.
ST/INHI RLY
[Off/ ST /INHI/UNKWN]
Displays the status of the starter relay and starter control relay judged by IPDM
E/R.
DETENT SW
[Off/On]
Displays the status of the A/T shift selector (detention switch) judged by IPDM E/
R.
S/L RLY -REQ
[Off/On]
Displays the status of the steering lock relay request received from BCM via CAN
communication.
S/L STATE
[LOCK/UNLOCK/UNKWN]
Displays the status of the steering lock judged by IPDM E/R.
DTRL REQ
[Off/On]
Displays the status of the daytime running light request signal received from BCM
via CAN communication.
NOTE:
This item is monitored only the vehicle with daytime running light system.
OIL P SW
[Open/Close]
Displays the status of the oil pressure switch judged by IPDM E/R.
HOOD SW
[Off/On]
Displays the status of the hood switch judged by IPDM E/R.
HL WASHER REQ
[Off/On]
Displays the status of the headlamp washer request signal received from BCM via
CAN communication.
THFT HRN REQ
[Off/On]
Displays the status of the theft warning horn request signal received from BCM
via CAN communication.
HORN CHIRP
[Off/On]
NOTE:
The item is indicated, but not monitored.
CRNRNG LMP REQ
[Off/On]
NOTE:
The item is indicated, but not monitored.
Monitor Item
[Unit]
MAIN SIGNALS
Description
Test item Operation Description
CORNERING LAMP
Off
NOTE:
The item is indicated, but cannot be tested.
LH
RH
HORN On Operates horn relay for 20 ms.
FRONT WIPER
Off OFF
Lo Operates the front wiper relay.
Hi Operates the front wiper relay and front wiper high relay.
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DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM (IPDM E/R)
MOTOR FAN
1 OFF
2 Outputs 50% pulse duty signal (PWM signal) to the cooling fan control module.
3 Outputs 80% pulse duty signal (PWM signal) to the cooling fan control module.
4 Outputs 100% pulse duty signal (PWM signal) to the cooling fan control module.
HEAD LAMP WASHER On Operates the headlamp washer relay for 1 second.
EXTERNAL LAMPS
Off OFF
TAIL
Operates the tail lamp relay and the daytime running light relay.
NOTE:
Daytime running light relay is with daytime running light system only.
Lo Operates the headlamp low relay.
Hi
Operates the headlamp low relay and ON/OFF the headlamp high relay at 1 second
intervals.
Fog Operates the front fog lamp relay.
Test item Operation Description
WIPER AND WASHER FUSE
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WIPER AND WASHER FUSE
Diagnosis Procedure INFOID:0000000004965884
1.CHECK FUSES AND FUSIBLE LINK
Check that the following fuses and fusible link are not fusing.
Is the fuse or fusible link fusing?
YES >> Replace the fuse block or fusible link with a new one after repairing the applicable circuit.
NO >> The fuse is normal.
Unit Location No. Capacity
Front wiper motor IPDM E/R 60 30 A
Washer pump IPDM E/R 47 10 A
Headlamp Washer pump Fuse and fusible link block I 40 A
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FRONT WIPER MOTOR LO CIRCUIT
FRONT WIPER MOTOR LO CIRCUIT
Component Function Check INFOID:0000000005370214
1.CHECK FRONT WIPER LO OPERATION
IPDM E/R AUTO ACTIVE TEST
1. Start IPDM E/R auto active test. Refer to WW-22, "Diagnosis Description".
2. Check that the front wiper operates at the LO operation.
CONSULT-III ACTIVE TEST
1. Select “FRONT WIPER” of IPDM E/R active test item.
2. With operating the test item, check front wiper operation.
Is front wiper (LO) operation normally?
YES >> Front wiper motor LO circuit is normal.
NO >> Refer to WW-28, "Diagnosis Procedure".
Diagnosis Procedure INFOID:0000000005370215
1.CHECK FRONT WIPER MOTOR (LO) OUTPUT VOLTAGE
CONSULT-III ACTIVE TEST
1. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
2. Disconnect front wiper motor connector.
3. Turn the ignition switch ON.
4. Select “FRONT WIPER” of IPDM E/R active test item.
5. With operating the test item, check voltage between front wiper motor harness connector and ground.
Is the measurement value normal?
YES >> Replace front wiper motor.
NO >> GO TO 2.
2.CHECK FRONT WIPER MOTOR (LO) OPEN CIRCUIT
1. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
2. Disconnect IPDM E/R connector.
3. Check continuity between IPDM E/R harness connector and front wiper motor harness connector.
Does continuity exist?
YES >> GO TO 3.
NO >> Repair or replace harness.
3.CHECK FRONT WIPER MOTOR (LO) SHORT CIRCUIT
Check continuity between IPDM E/R harness connector and ground.
Lo : Front wiper (LO) operation
Off : Stop the front wiper.
Terminals
Test item
Voltage (Approx.)
(+) (−)
Front wiper motor
Ground
FRONT WIPER
Connector Terminal
E42 1
Lo Battery voltage
Off 0 V
IPDM E/R Front wiper motor
Continuity
Connector Terminal Connector Terminal
E5 4 E42 1 Existed
FRONT WIPER MOTOR LO CIRCUIT
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Does continuity exist?
YES >> Repair or replace harness.
NO >> Replace IPDM E/R.
IPDM E/R
Ground
Continuity
Connector Terminal
E5 4 Not existed
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FRONT WIPER MOTOR HI CIRCUIT
FRONT WIPER MOTOR HI CIRCUIT
Component Function Check INFOID:0000000005370216
1.CHECK FRONT WIPER HI OPERATION
IPDM E/R AUTO ACTIVE TEST
1. Start IPDM E/R auto active test. Refer to WW-22, "Diagnosis Description".
2. Check that the front wiper operates at the HI operation.
CONSULT-III ACTIVE TEST
1. Select “FRONT WIPER” of IPDM E/R active test item.
2. With operating the test item, check front wiper operation.
Is front wiper (HI) operation normally?
YES >> Front wiper motor HI circuit is normal.
NO >> Refer to WW-30, "Diagnosis Procedure".
Diagnosis Procedure INFOID:0000000005370217
1.CHECK FRONT WIPER MOTOR (HI) OUTPUT VOLTAGE
CONSULT-III ACTIVE TEST
1. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
2. Disconnect front wiper motor connector.
3. Turn the ignition switch ON.
4. Select “FRONT WIPER” of IPDM E/R active test item.
5. With operating the test item, check voltage between front wiper motor harness connector and ground.
Is the measurement value normal?
YES >> Replace front wiper motor.
NO >> GO TO 2.
2.CHECK FRONT WIPER MOTOR (HI) OPEN CIRCUIT
1. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
2. Disconnect IPDM E/R connector.
3. Check continuity between IPDM E/R harness connector and front wiper motor harness connector.
Does continuity exist?
YES >> GO TO 3.
NO >> Repair or replace harness.
3.CHECK FRONT WIPER MOTOR (HI) SHORT CIRCUIT
Check continuity between IPDM E/R harness connector and ground.
Hi : Front wiper (HI) operation
Off : Stop the front wiper.
Terminals
Test item
Voltage (Approx.)
(+) (−)
Front wiper motor
Ground
FRONT WIPER
Connector Terminal
E42 4
Hi Battery voltage
Off 0 V
IPDM E/R Front wiper motor
Continuity
Connector Terminal Connector Terminal
E5 5 E42 4 Existed
FRONT WIPER MOTOR HI CIRCUIT
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Does continuity exist?
YES >> Repair or replace harness.
NO >> Replace IPDM E/R.
IPDM E/R
Ground
Continuity
Connector Terminal
E5 5 Not existed
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FRONT WIPER AUTO STOP SIGNAL CIRCUIT
FRONT WIPER AUTO STOP SIGNAL CIRCUIT
Component Function Check INFOID:0000000005370223
1.CHECK FRONT WIPER (AUTO STOP) SIGNAL
CONSULT-III DATA MONITOR
1. Select “WIP AUTO STOP” of IPDM E/R data monitor item.
2. Operate the front wiper.
3. With the front wiper operation, check the monitor status.
Is the status of item normal?
YES >> Auto stop signal circuit is normal.
NO >> Refer to WW-32, "Diagnosis Procedure".
Diagnosis Procedure INFOID:0000000005370224
1.CHECK FRONT WIPER MOTOR (AUTO STOP) OUTPUT VOLTAGE
1. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
2. Disconnect front wiper motor connector.
3. Turn the ignition switch ON.
4. Check voltage between front wiper motor harness connector and ground.
Is the measurement value normal?
YES >> Replace front wiper motor.
NO >> GO TO 2.
2.CHECK FRONT WIPER MOTOR (AUTO STOP) CIRCUIT CONTINUITY
1. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
2. Disconnect IPDM E/R connector.
3. Check continuity between IPDM E/R harness connector and front wiper motor harness connector.
Does continuity exist?
YES >> GO TO 3.
NO >> Repair or replace harness.
3.CHECK FRONT WIPER MOTOR (AUTO STOP) SHORT CIRCUIT
Check continuity between IPDM E/R harness connector and ground.
Monitor item Condition Monitor status
WIP AUTO STOP
Front wiper
motor
Stop position STOP P
Except stop position ACT P
Terminals
Voltage (Approx.)
(+) (−)
Front wiper motor
Connector Terminal Ground
E42 5 Battery voltage
IPDM E/R Front wiper motor
Continuity
Connector Terminal Connector Terminal
E5 16 E42 5 Existed
IPDM E/R
Ground
Continuity
Connector Terminal
E5 16 Not existed
FRONT WIPER AUTO STOP SIGNAL CIRCUIT
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Does continuity exist?
YES >> Repair or replace harness.
NO >> Replace IPDM E/R.
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FRONT WIPER MOTOR GROUND CIRCUIT
FRONT WIPER MOTOR GROUND CIRCUIT
Diagnosis Procedure INFOID:0000000005370225
1.CHECK FRONT WIPER MOTOR (GND) OPEN CIRCUIT
1. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
2. Disconnect front wiper motor connector.
3. Check continuity between front wiper motor harness connector and ground.
Does continuity exist?
YES >> Front wiper motor ground circuit is normal.
NO >> Repair or replace harness.
Front wiper motor
Ground
Continuity
Connector Terminal
E42 2 Existed
WASHER SWITCH
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WASHER SWITCH
Description INFOID:0000000004965894
• Washer switch is integrated with combination switch.
• Combination switch switches polarity between front washer operating and rear washer operating to supply
power to the washer pump on ground.
Component Inspection INFOID:0000000004965895
1.CHECK WIPER SWITCH
1. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
2. Disconnect combination switch connector.
3. Check continuity between the combination switch terminals.
Does continuity exist?
YES >> Wiper and washer switch is normal.
NO >> Replace combination switch (Wiper and washer switch).
JPLIA0163GB
A : Terminal 4
B : Terminal 6
C : Terminal 3
D : Terminal 1
JPLIA0164GB
Combination switch
Condition Continuity
Terminal
1 6
Front washer switch ON
Existed
3 4
1 4
Rear washer switch ON
3 6
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LIGHT & RAIN SENSOR
LIGHT & RAIN SENSOR
Description INFOID:0000000005370226
Light & rain sensor judges a wiping speed for front wiper by rain condition
and the vehicle conditions. And it transmits the wiping speed
request signal to the BCM via the light & rain sensor serial link.
Component Function Check INFOID:0000000005370227
1.CHECK FRONT WIPER AUTO OPERATION
1. Clean light & rain sensor detection area of windshield fully.
2. When the front wiper switch is turned to AUTO position, front wiper operates once regardless of a rainy
condition.
Is front wiper (AUTO) operation normally?
YES >> Light & rain sensor circuit is normal.
NO >> Refer to WW-36, "Diagnosis Procedure".
Diagnosis Procedure INFOID:0000000005370228
1.CHECK LIGHT & RAIN SENSOR FUSE
1. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
2. Check that the light & rain sensor 10A fuse (#6) is not fusing.
Is the fuse fusing?
YES >> Replace the fuse after repairing the applicable circuit.
NO >> GO TO 2.
2.CHECK LIGHT & RAIN SENSOR POWER SUPPLY
1. Disconnect light & rain sensor connector.
2. Check voltage between light & rain sensor harness connector and ground.
Is the measurement value normal?
YES >> GO TO 3.
NO >> Repair or replace harness.
3.CHECK LIGHT & RAIN SENSOR GROUND CIRCUIT
Check continuity between light & rain sensor harness connector and ground.
Does continuity exist?
JSLIA0093ZZ
Terminal
Voltage (Approx.)
(+)
Light & rain sensor (−)
connector
Terminal
R9 1 Ground Battery voltage
Light & rain sensor
Ground
Continuity
Connector Terminal
R9 3 Existed
LIGHT & RAIN SENSOR
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YES >> GO TO 4.
NO >> Repair or replace harness.
4.CHECK LIGHT & RAIN SENSOR SIGNAL
1. Connect light & rain sensor connector.
2. Turn the ignition switch ON.
3. Check signal between BCM harness connector and the ground with oscilloscope.
Is the measurement value normal?
YES >> Replace light & rain sensor. Refer to WW-141, "Exploded View".
NO >> GO TO 5.
5.CHECK LIGHT & RAIN SENSOR SIGNAL CIRCUIT FOR OPEN
1. Disconnect BCM connector and light & rain sensor connector.
2. Check continuity between BCM harness connector and light & rain sensor harness connector.
Does continuity exist?
YES >> GO TO 6.
NO >> Repair or replace harness.
6.CHECK LIGHT & RAIN SENSOR SIGNAL CIRCUIT FOR SHORT
Check continuity between BCM harness connector and ground.
Does continuity exist?
YES >> Repair or replace harness.
NO >> Replace BCM. Refer to BCS-94, "Exploded View".
Terminal
Condition
Signal
(Reference value)
(+)
BCM (−)
connector
Terminal
M123 112 Ground
Ignition
switch ON
Approx. 8.7V
JPMIA0156GB
BCM Light & rain sensor
Continuity
Connector Terminal Connector Terminal
M123 112 R9 2 Existed
BCM
Ground
Continuity
Connector Terminal
M123 112 Not existed
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REAR WIPER MOTOR CIRCUIT
REAR WIPER MOTOR CIRCUIT
Component Function Check INFOID:0000000005370231
1.CHECK REAR WIPER ON OPERATION
CONSULT-III ACTIVE TEST
1. Select “RR WIPER” of BCM active test item.
2. With operating the test item, check rear wiper operation.
Is rear wiper operation normally?
YES >> Rear wiper motor circuit is normal.
NO >> Refer to WW-38, "Diagnosis Procedure".
Diagnosis Procedure INFOID:0000000005370232
1.CHECK REAR WIPER MOTOR OUTPUT VOLTAGE
CONSULT-III ACTIVE TEST
1. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
2. Disconnect rear wiper motor connector.
3. Turn the ignition switch ON.
4. Select “RR WIPER” of BCM active test item.
5. With operating the test item, check voltage between rear wiper motor harness connector and ground.
Is the measurement value normal?
YES >> GO TO 4.
NO >> GO TO 2.
2.CHECK REAR WIPER MOTOR OPEN CIRCUIT
1. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
2. Disconnect BCM connector.
3. Check continuity between BCM harness connector and rear wiper motor harness connector.
Does continuity exist?
YES >> GO TO 3.
NO >> Repair or replace harness.
3.CHECK REAR WIPER MOTOR SHORT CIRCUIT
Check continuity between BCM harness connector and ground.
On : Rear wiper ON operation
Off : Stop the rear wiper.
Terminals
Test item
Voltage (Approx.)
(+) (−)
Rear wiper motor
Ground
REAR WIPER
Connector Terminal
D115 2
On Battery voltage
Off 0 V
BCM Rear wiper motor
Continuity
Connector Terminal Connector Terminal
M120 26 D115 2 Existed
REAR WIPER MOTOR CIRCUIT
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YES >> Repair or replace harness.
NO >> Replace BCM. Refer to BCS-94, "Exploded View".
4.CHECK REAR WIPER MOTOR GROUND OPEN CIRCUIT
Check continuity between rear wiper motor harness connector and ground.
Does continuity exist?
YES >> Replace rear wiper motor.
NO >> Repair or replace harness.
BCM
Ground
Continuity
Connector Terminal
M120 26 Not existed
Rear wiper motor
Ground
Continuity
Connector Terminal
D115 4 Existed
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REAR WIPER AUTO STOP SIGNAL CIRCUIT
REAR WIPER AUTO STOP SIGNAL CIRCUIT
Component Function Check INFOID:0000000005370233
1.CHECK REAR WIPER (AUTO STOP) OPERATION
CONSULT-III DATA MONITOR
1. Select “WIPER” of BCM data monitor item.
2. Operate the rear wiper.
3. Check that “RR WIPER STOP” changes to “On” and “Off” linked with the wiper operation.
Is the status of item normal?
YES >> Rear wiper auto stop signal circuit is normal.
NO >> Refer to WW-40, "Diagnosis Procedure".
Diagnosis Procedure INFOID:0000000005370234
1.CHECK REAR WIPER MOTOR (AUTO STOP) OUTPUT VOLTAGE
1. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
2. Disconnect rear wiper motor connector.
3. Turn the ignition switch ON.
4. Check voltage between rear wiper motor harness connector and ground.
Is the measurement value normal?
YES >> Replace rear wiper motor.
NO >> GO TO 2.
2.CHECK REAR WIPER MOTOR (AUTO STOP) OPEN CIRCUIT
1. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
2. Disconnect BCM connector.
3. Check continuity between BCM harness connector and rear wiper motor harness connector.
Does continuity exist?
YES >> GO TO 3.
NO >> Repair or replace harness.
3.CHECK REAR WIPER MOTOR (AUTO STOP) SHORT CIRCUIT
Check continuity between BCM harness connector and ground.
Monitor item Condition Monitor status
RR WIPER STOP
Rear wiper
motor
Stop position On
Except stop position Off
Terminals
Voltage (Approx.)
(+) (−)
Rear wiper motor
Connector Terminal Ground
D115 3 Battery voltage
BCM Rear wiper motor
Continuity
Connector Terminal Connector Terminal
M121 65 D115 3 Existed
BCM
Ground
Continuity
Connector Terminal
M121 65 Not existed
REAR WIPER AUTO STOP SIGNAL CIRCUIT
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Does continuity exist?
YES >> Repair or replace harness.
NO >> Replace BCM. Refer to BCS-94, "Exploded View".
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HEADLAMP WASHER RELAY
HEADLAMP WASHER RELAY
Component Inspection INFOID:0000000004965903
1.CHECK HEADLAMP WASHER RELAY
1. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
2. Disconnect headlamp washer relay.
3. Apply battery voltage to headlamp washer relay between terminals 1 and 2.
4. Check continuity of headlamp washer relay.
Does continuity exist?
YES >> Headlamp washer relay is normal.
NO >> Replace headlamp washer relay.
Headlamp washer relay Condition
Continuity
Terminal Voltage
3 5
Apply Existed
Not Apply Not existed
HEADLAMP WASHER SWITCH
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HEADLAMP WASHER SWITCH
Description INFOID:0000000006054687
Headlamp washer switch inputs the signals to BCM when pressing the switch.
Component Function Check INFOID:0000000006054688
1.CHECK HEADLAMP SWITCH SIGNAL BY CONSULT-III
CONSULT-III DATA MONITOR
1. Turn the ignition switch ON.
2. Select “H/L WASH SW” of BCM data monitor item.
3. With operating the headlamp washer switch, check the monitor status.
Is the item status normal?
YES >> Headlamp washer switch circuit is normal.
NO >> Refer to WW-43, "Diagnosis Procedure".
Diagnosis Procedure INFOID:0000000006054689
1.CHECK HEADLAMP WASHER SWITCH SIGNAL INPUT
With operating the headlamp washer switch, check the voltage between the BCM harness connector and the
ground.
Is the measurement value normal?
YES >> Replace BCM. Refer to BCS-94, "Removal and Installation".
NO >> GO TO 2.
2.CHECK HEADLAMP WASHER SWITCH SIGNAL OPEN CIRCUIT
1. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
2. Disconnect the headlamp washer switch connector and BCM connector.
3. Check continuity between the headlamp washer switch harness connector and the BCM harness connector.
Does continuity exist?
Monitor item Condition Monitor status
H/L WASH SW
Headlamp
washer switch
While pressing On
While not pressing Off
Terminals
Condition
Voltage (Approx.)
(+) (−)
BCM
Ground
Headlamp
Connector Terminal Washer switch
M123 127
While pressing 0 V
While not pressing
JPMIA0154GB
Headlamp washer switch BCM
Continuity
Connector Terminal Connector Terminal
M214 1 M123 127 Existed
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HEADLAMP WASHER SWITCH
YES >> GO TO 3.
NO >> Repair the harness or connector.
3.CHECK HEADLAMP WASHER SWITCH SIGNAL SHORT CIRCUIT
Check continuity between the headlamp washer switch harness connector and the ground.
Does continuity exist?
YES >> Repair the harness or connector.
NO >> GO TO 4.
4.CHECK HEADLAMP WASHER SWITCH GROUND OPEN CIRCUIT
Check continuity between the headlamp washer switch harness connector and the ground.
Does continuity exist?
YES >> Replace headlamp washer switch.
NO >> Repair the harness or connector.
Headlamp washer switch
Ground
Continuity
Connector Terminal
M214 1 Not existed
Headlamp washer switch
Ground
Continuity
Connector Terminal
M214 2 Existed
HEADLAMP WASHER CIRCUIT
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HEADLAMP WASHER CIRCUIT
Component Function Check INFOID:0000000005370235
1.CHECK HEADLAMP WASHER OPERATION
CONSULT-III ACTIVE TEST
1. Select “HEADLAMP WASHER” of IPDM E/R active test item.
2. With operating the test item, check headlamp washer operation.
Is the headlamp washer operation normally?
YES >> Headlamp washer circuit is normal.
NO >> Refer to WW-45, "Diagnosis Procedure".
Diagnosis Procedure INFOID:0000000005370236
1.CHECK HEADLAMP WASHER FUSIBLE LINK
1. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
2. Check that the headlamp washer 40A fusible link (# I) is not fusing.
Is the fusible link fusing?
YES >> Replace the fusible link after repairing the applicable circuit.
NO >> GO TO 2.
2.CHECK HEADLAMP WASHER RELAY POWER SUPPLY
1. Remove headlamp washer relay.
2. Check voltage between headlamp washer harness relay connector and ground.
Is the measurement value normal?
YES >> GO TO 3.
NO >> Repair or replace harness.
3.CHECK HEADLAMP WASHER RELAY
Check headlamp washer relay. Refer to WW-42, "Component Inspection".
Is the headlamp washer relay normal?
YES >> GO TO 4.
NO >> Replace headlamp washer relay.
4.CHECK HEADLAMP WASHER RELAY CONTROL SIGNAL OUTPUT
CONSULT-III ACTIVE TEST
1. Install headlamp washer relay.
2. Turn the ignition switch ON.
3. Select “HEADLAMP WASHER” of IPDM E/R active test item.
4. With operating the test item, check voltage between IPDM E/R harness connector and ground.
On : Headlamp washer ON operation
Off : Stop the headlamp washer.
Terminals
Voltage (Approx.)
(+) (−)
Headlamp washer relay
Ground
Connector Terminal
E51
1
Battery voltage
3
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Is the measurement value normal?
YES >> GO TO 7.
Fixed at 0 V >> GO TO 5.
Fixed at Battery voltage >> Replace IPDM E/R.
5.CHECK HEADLAMP WASHER RELAY CONTROL SIGNAL OPEN CIRCUIT
1. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
2. Remove headlamp washer relay.
3. Disconnect IPDM E/R harness connector.
4. Check continuity between IPDM E/R harness connector and headlamp washer relay harness connector.
Does continuity exist?
YES >> GO TO 6.
NO >> Repair or replace harness.
6.CHECK HEADLAMP WASHER RELAY CONTROL SIGNAL SHORT CIRCUIT
Check continuity between IPDM E/R harness connector and ground.
Does continuity exist?
YES >> Repair or replace harness.
NO >> Replace IPDM E/R.
7.CHECK HEADLAMP WASHER PUMP OPEN CIRCUIT
1. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
2. Disconnect headlamp washer pump connector.
3. Remove headlamp washer relay.
4. Check continuity between headlamp washer relay harness connector and headlamp washer pump harness
connector.
Does continuity exist?
YES >> GO TO 8.
NO >> Repair or replace harness.
8.CHECK HEADLAMP WASHER PUMP (GROUND) OPEN CIRCUIT
Check continuity between headlamp washer pump harness connector and ground.
Terminals
Test item
Voltage (Approx.)
(+) (−)
IPDM E/R
Ground
HEADLAMP
Connector Terminal WASHER
E5 17
ON 0 V
OFF Battery voltage
IPDM E/R Headlamp washer relay
Continuity
Connector Terminal Connector Terminal
E5 17 E51 2 Existed
IPDM E/R
Ground
Continuity
Connector Terminal
E5 17 Not existed
Headlamp washer relay Headlamp washer pump
Continuity
Connector Terminal Connector Terminal
E51 5 E33 1 Existed
HEADLAMP WASHER CIRCUIT
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Does continuity exist?
YES >> Replace headlamp washer pump.
NO >> Repair or replace or harness.
Headlamp washer pump
Ground
Continuity
Connector Terminal
E33 2 Existed
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FRONT WIPER AND WASHER SYSTEM
LHD
LHD : Wiring Diagram INFOID:0000000006069125
For connector terminal arrangements, harness layouts, and alphabets in a (option abbreviation: if not
described in wiring diagram), refer to GI-12, "Connector Information".
RHD
JCLWM5257GB
FRONT WIPER AND WASHER SYSTEM
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For connector terminal arrangements, harness layouts, and alphabets in a (option abbreviation: if not
described in wiring diagram), refer to GI-12, "Connector Information".
JCLWM5258GB
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REAR WIPER AND WASHER SYSTEM
REAR WIPER AND WASHER SYSTEM
LHD
LHD : Wiring Diagram -WITH GASOLINE ENGINE- INFOID:0000000006069165
For connector terminal arrangements, harness layouts, and alphabets in a (option abbreviation: if not
described in wiring diagram), refer to GI-12, "Connector Information".
JCLWM5259GB
REAR WIPER AND WASHER SYSTEM
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For connector terminal arrangements, harness layouts, and alphabets in a (option abbreviation: if not
described in wiring diagram), refer to GI-12, "Connector Information".
RHD
JCLWM5261GB
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REAR WIPER AND WASHER SYSTEM
RHD : Wiring Diagram -WITH GASOLINE ENGINE- INFOID:0000000006069132
For connector terminal arrangements, harness layouts, and alphabets in a (option abbreviation: if not
described in wiring diagram), refer to GI-12, "Connector Information".
JCLWM5260GB
REAR WIPER AND WASHER SYSTEM
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For connector terminal arrangements, harness layouts, and alphabets in a (option abbreviation: if not
described in wiring diagram), refer to GI-12, "Connector Information".
JCLWM5262GB
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HEADLAMP WASHER SYSTEM
HEADLAMP WASHER SYSTEM
LHD
LHD : Wiring Diagram INFOID:0000000006069130
For connector terminal arrangements, harness layouts, and alphabets in a (option abbreviation: if not
described in wiring diagram), refer to GI-12, "Connector Information".
RHD
JCLWM5263GB
HEADLAMP WASHER SYSTEM
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For connector terminal arrangements, harness layouts, and alphabets in a (option abbreviation: if not
described in wiring diagram), refer to GI-12, "Connector Information".
JCLWM5264GB
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BCM (BODY CONTROL MODULE)
ECU DIAGNOSIS INFORMATION
BCM (BODY CONTROL MODULE)
Reference Value INFOID:0000000005406788
VALUES ON THE DIAGNOSIS TOOL
CONSULT-III MONITOR ITEM
Monitor Item Condition Value/Status
FR WIPER HI
Other than front wiper switch HI Off
Front wiper switch HI On
FR WIPER LOW
Other than front wiper switch LO Off
Front wiper switch LO On
FR WASHER SW
Front washer switch OFF Off
Front washer switch ON On
FR WIPER INT
Other than front wiper switch AUTO Off
Front wiper switch AUTO On
FR WIPER STOP
Front wiper is not in STOP position Off
Front wiper is in STOP position On
INT VOLUME Wiper volume dial is in a dial position 1 - 7
Wiper volume dial position
RR WIPER ON
Other than rear wiper switch ON Off
Rear wiper switch ON On
RR WIPER INT
Other than rear wiper switch INT Off
Rear wiper switch INT On
RR WASHER SW
Rear washer switch OFF Off
Rear washer switch ON On
RR WIPER STOP
Rear wiper is in STOP position Off
Rear wiper is not in STOP position On
TURN SIGNAL R
Other than turn signal switch RH Off
Turn signal switch RH On
TURN SIGNAL L
Other than turn signal switch LH Off
Turn signal switch LH On
TAIL LAMP SW
Other than lighting switch 1ST and 2ND Off
Lighting switch 1ST or 2ND On
HI BEAM SW
Other than lighting switch HI Off
Lighting switch HI On
HEAD LAMP SW 1
Other than lighting switch 2ND Off
Lighting switch 2ND On
HEAD LAMP SW 2
Other than lighting switch 2ND Off
Lighting switch 2ND On
PASSING SW
Other than lighting switch PASS Off
Lighting switch PASS On
AUTO LIGHT SW
Other than lighting switch AUTO Off
Lighting switch AUTO On
FR FOG SW
Front fog lamp switch OFF Off
Front fog lamp switch ON On
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RR FOG SW
Rear fog lamp switch OFF Off
Rear fog lamp switch ON On
DOOR SW-DR
Driver door closed Off
Driver door opened On
DOOR SW-AS
Passenger door closed Off
Passenger door opened On
DOOR SW-RR
Rear RH door closed Off
Rear RH door opened On
DOOR SW-RL
Rear LH door closed Off
Rear LH door opened On
DOOR SW-BK
Back door closed Off
Back door opened On
CDL LOCK SW
Other than power door lock switch LOCK Off
Power door lock switch LOCK On
CDL UNLOCK SW
Other than power door lock switch UNLOCK Off
Power door lock switch UNLOCK On
KEY CYL LK-SW
NOTE:
The item is indicated, but not monitored.
Off
KEY CYL UN-SW
NOTE:
The item is indicated, but not monitored.
Off
KEY CYL SW-TR
NOTE:
The item is indicated, but not monitored.
Off
HAZARD SW
Hazard switch is OFF Off
Hazard switch is ON On
REAR DEF SW
NOTE:
The item is indicated, but not monitored.
Off
H/L WASH SW
NOTE:
For models without headlamp
washer switch, this
item is not monitored.
Headlamp washer switch is not pressed Off
Headlamp washer switch is pressed On
TR CANCEL SW
NOTE:
The item is indicated, but not monitored.
Off
TR/BD OPEN SW
Back door opener switch OFF Off
While the back door opener switch is turned ON On
TRNK/HAT MNTR
NOTE:
The item is indicated, but not monitored.
Off
SEN CANCEL SW
Sensor cancel switch is not pressed Off
Sensor cancel switch is pressed On
RKE-LOCK
LOCK button of the Intelligent Key is not pressed Off
LOCK button of the Intelligent Key is pressed On
RKE-UNLOCK
UNLOCK button of the Intelligent Key is not pressed Off
UNLOCK button of the Intelligent Key is pressed On
RKE-TR/BD
NOTE:
The item is indicated, but not monitored.
Off
RKE-PANIC
NOTE:
The item is indicated, but not monitored.
Off
Monitor Item Condition Value/Status
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RKE-P/W OPEN
UNLOCK button of the Intelligent Key is not pressed Off
UNLOCK button of the Intelligent Key is pressed and held On
RKE-MODE CHG
LOCK/UNLOCK button of the Intelligent Key is not pressed and held simultaneously
Off
LOCK/UNLOCK button of the Intelligent Key is pressed and held simultaneously On
OPTICAL SENSOR
NOTE:
For models without optical
sensor, this item is not
monitored.
Bright outside of the vehicle Close to 5 V
Dark outside of the vehicle Close to 0 V
REQ SW -DR
Driver door request switch is not pressed Off
Driver door request switch is pressed On
REQ SW -AS
Passenger door request switch is not pressed Off
Passenger door request switch is pressed On
REQ SW -RR
NOTE:
The item is indicated, but not monitored.
Off
REQ SW -RL
NOTE:
The item is indicated, but not monitored.
Off
REQ SW -BD/TR
Back door opener request switch is not pressed Off
Back door opener request switch is pressed On
PUSH SW
Push-button ignition switch (push switch) is not pressed Off
Push-button ignition switch (push switch) is pressed On
IGN RLY2 -F/B
Ignition switch in OFF or ACC position Off
Ignition switch in ON position On
ACC RLY -F/B
NOTE:
The item is indicated, but not monitored.
Off
CLUCH SW
The clutch pedal is not depressed Off
The clutch pedal is depressed On
BRAKE SW 1
Brake pedal is depressed when No. 7 fuse is blown Off
Brake pedal is not depressed when No. 7 fuse is blown, or No. 7 fuse is normal On
BRAKE SW 2
Brake pedal is not depressed Off
Brake pedal is depressed On
DETE/CANCL SW
Selector lever in P position Off
Selector lever in any position other than P On
SFT PN/N SW
• Selector lever in any position other than P and N (A/T models)
• Control lever in any position other than neutral (M/T models)
Off
• Selector lever in P or N position (A/T models)
• Control lever in neutral position (M/T models)
On
S/L -LOCK
Steering is unlocked Off
Steering is locked On
S/L -UNLOCK
Steering is locked Off
Steering is unlocked On
S/L RELAY-F/B
Ignition switch in OFF or ACC position Off
Ignition switch in ON position On
UNLK SEN -DR
Driver door is unlocked Off
Driver door is locked On
PUSH SW -IPDM
Push-button ignition switch (push-switch) is not pressed Off
Push-button ignition switch (push-switch) is pressed On
Monitor Item Condition Value/Status
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IGN RLY1 -F/B
Ignition switch in OFF or ACC position Off
Ignition switch in ON position On
DETE SW -IPDM
Selector lever in any position other than P Off
Selector lever in P position On
SFT PN -IPDM
Selector lever in any position other than P and N Off
Selector lever in P or N position On
SFT P -MET
Selector lever in any position other than P Off
Selector lever in P position On
SFT N -MET
Selector lever in any position other than N Off
Selector lever in N position On
ENGINE STATE
Engine stopped Stop
While the engine stalls Stall
At engine cranking Crank
Engine running Run
S/L LOCK-IPDM
Steering is unlocked Off
Steering is locked On
S/L UNLK-IPDM
Steering is locked Off
Steering is unlocked On
S/L RELAY-REQ
Steering lock system is not the LOCK condition and the changing condition from
LOCK to UNLOCK
Off
Steering lock system is the LOCK condition or the changing condition from LOCK
to UNLOCK
On
VEH SPEED 1 While driving
Equivalent to speedometer
reading
VEH SPEED 2 While driving
Equivalent to speedometer
reading
DOOR STAT-DR
Driver door is locked LOCK
Wait with selective UNLOCK operation (5 seconds) READY
Driver door is unlocked UNLOCK
DOOR STAT-AS
Passenger door is locked LOCK
Wait with selective UNLOCK operation (5 seconds) READY
Passenger door is unlocked UNLOCK
ID OK FLAG
Steering is locked Reset
Steering is unlocked Set
PRMT ENG STRT
The engine start is prohibited Reset
The engine start is permitted Set
PRMT RKE STRT
NOTE:
The item is indicated, but not monitored.
Reset
KEY SW -SLOT
The Intelligent Key is not inserted into key slot Off
The Intelligent Key is inserted into key slot On
RKE OPE COUN1 During the operation of the Intelligent Key
Operation frequency of
the Intelligent Key
RKE OPE COUN2
NOTE:
The item is indicated, but not monitored.
REVERSE SW
NOTE:
For A/T models, this item
is not monitored.
Control lever in any position other than reverse position Off
Control lever in reverse position On
Monitor Item Condition Value/Status
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CONFRM ID ALL
The key ID that the key slot receives is not recognized by any key ID registered
to BCM.
Yet
The key ID that the key slot receives accords with any key ID registered to BCM. Done
CONFIRM ID4
The key ID that the key slot receives is not recognized by the fourth key ID registered
to BCM.
Yet
The key ID that the key slot receives is recognized by the fourth key ID registered
to BCM.
Done
CONFIRM ID3
The key ID that the key slot receives is not recognized by the third key ID registered
to BCM.
Yet
The key ID that the key slot receives is recognized by the third key ID registered
to BCM.
Done
CONFIRM ID2
The key ID that the key slot receives is not recognized by the second key ID registered
to BCM.
Yet
The key ID that the key slot receives is recognized by the second key ID registered
to BCM.
Done
CONFIRM ID1
The key ID that the key slot receives is not recognized by the first key ID registered
to BCM.
Yet
The key ID that the key slot receives is recognized by the first key ID registered
to BCM.
Done
TP 4
The ID of fourth Intelligent Key is not registered to BCM Yet
The ID of fourth Intelligent Key is registered to BCM Done
TP 3
The ID of third Intelligent Key is not registered to BCM Yet
The ID of third Intelligent Key is registered to BCM Done
TP 2
The ID of second Intelligent Key is not registered to BCM Yet
The ID of second Intelligent Key is registered to BCM Done
TP 1
The ID of first Intelligent Key is not registered to BCM Yet
The ID of first Intelligent Key is registered to BCM Done
Monitor Item Condition Value/Status
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PHYSICAL VALUES
JPMIA0062ZZ
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Terminal No.
(Wire color)
Description
Condition
Value
Signal name (Approx.)
Input/
+ – Output
1
(W)
Ground Battery power supply Input Ignition switch OFF Battery voltage
3
(O)*2
(Y)*3
Ground
P/W power supply
(RAP)
Output Ignition switch ON 12 V
4
(P)
Ground
Interior room lamp
power supply
(Battery saver signal)
Output
Interior room lamp battery saver is activated.
(Cuts the interior room lamp power supply)
0 V
Interior room lamp battery saver is not activated.
(Outputs the interior room lamp power supply)
12 V
5*1
(G)
Ground Super lock Output
Super lock actuator
Actuator is activated 12 V
Actuator is not activated 0 V
7
(Y)
Ground Step lamp Output Step lamp
ON 0 V
OFF 12 V
8
(V)
Ground
All doors, fuel lid
LOCK
Output All doors, fuel lid
LOCK
(Actuator is activated)
12 V
Other than LOCK
(Actuator is not activated)
0 V
9
(G)
Ground
Driver door, fuel lid
UNLOCK
Output
Driver door, fuel
lid
UNLOCK
(Actuator is activated)
12 V
Other than UNLOCK
(Actuator is not activated)
0 V
10
(BR)
Ground
Passenger door, rear
RH door and rear LH
door UNLOCK
Output
Passenger
door, rear RH
door and rear
LH door
UNLOCK
(Actuator is activated)
12 V
Other than UNLOCK
(Actuator is not activated)
0 V
11
(R)
Ground Battery power supply Input Ignition switch OFF Battery voltage
13
(B)
Ground Ground — Ignition switch ON 0 V
15
(Y)
Ground ACC indicator lamp Output Ignition switch
OFF (LOCK indicator is
not illuminated)
Battery voltage
ACC or ON 0 V
17
(W)
Ground
Turn signal RH (Front
and side)
Output
Ignition switch
ON
Turn signal switch OFF 0 V
Turn signal switch RH
6.5 V
PKID0926E
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(O)
Ground
Turn signal LH (Front
and side)
Output
Ignition switch
ON
Turn signal switch OFF 0 V
Turn signal switch LH
6.5 V
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(R)*4
(SB)*5
Ground Room lamp timer Output
Other than under condition 5.0 V
• Interior room lamp timer is activated.
(Door is unlocked. etc...)
• Welcome light function is activated.
0 V
20
(V)
Ground
Turn signal RH
(Rear)
Output
Ignition switch
ON
Turn signal switch OFF 0 V
Turn signal switch RH
6.5 V
24
(R)
Ground Rear fog lamp Output Rear fog lamp
OFF 0 V
ON 12 V
25
(G)*6
(BR)*7
Ground Turn signal LH (Rear) Output
Ignition switch
ON
Turn signal switch OFF 0 V
Turn signal switch LH
6.5 V
26
(P)*2
(G)*3
Ground Rear wiper Output Rear wiper
OFF (Stopped) 0 V
ON (Operated) 12 V
Terminal No.
(Wire color)
Description
Condition
Value
Signal name (Approx.)
Input/
+ – Output
PKID0926E
PKID0926E
PKID0926E
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(SB)
Ground
Luggage room antenna
(−)
Output
Ignition switch
OFF
When Intelligent Key is in
the passenger compartment
When Intelligent Key is
not in the passenger
compartment
35
(V)
Ground
Luggage room antenna
(+)
Output
Ignition switch
OFF
When Intelligent Key is in
the passenger compartment
When Intelligent Key is
not in the passenger
compartment
38
(B)
Ground
Back door antenna (−
)
Output
When the back
door opener request
switch is
operated with
ignition switch
OFF
When Intelligent Key is in
the antenna detection
area
When Intelligent Key is
not in the antenna detection
area
Terminal No.
(Wire color)
Description
Condition
Value
Signal name (Approx.)
Input/
+ – Output
JMKIA0062GB
JMKIA0063GB
JMKIA0062GB
JMKIA0063GB
JMKIA0062GB
JMKIA0063GB
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(W)
Ground
Back door antenna
(+)
Output
When the back
door opener request
switch is
operated with
ignition switch
OFF
When Intelligent Key is in
the antenna detection
area
When Intelligent Key is
not in the antenna detection
area
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(Y)
Ground
Ignition relay (IPDM
E/R) control
Output Ignition switch
OFF or ACC 12 V
ON 0 V
48
(W)
Ground
Back door opener
switch operation
Output
Back door opener
switch
Not pressed 12 V
Pressed 0 V
52
(LG)
Ground Starter relay control Output
Ignition switch
ON (A/T models)
When selector lever is in
P or N position
12 V
When selector lever is
not in P or N position
0 V
Ignition switch ON (M/T models) Battery voltage
61
(W)
Ground
Back door opener request
switch
Input
Back door opener
request
switch
ON (Pressed) 0 V
OFF (Not pressed)
1.0 V
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(V)*4
(L)*5
Ground
Intelligent Key warning
buzzer
Output
Intelligent Key
warning buzzer
Sounding 0 V
Not sounding 12 V
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(O)
Ground
Rear wiper stop position
Input Rear wiper
In stop position
1.0 V
Not in stop position 0 V
66
(LG)
Ground Back door switch Input
Back door
switch
OFF (Door close) 12 V
ON (Door open) 0 V
Terminal No.
(Wire color)
Description
Condition
Value
Signal name (Approx.)
Input/
+ – Output
JMKIA0062GB
JMKIA0063GB
JPMIA0016GB
JPMIA0016GB
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(P)
Ground
Back door opener
switch
Input
Back door opener
switch
Pressed 0 V
Not pressed
8.5 - 9.0 V
68
(BR)*6
(W)*7
Ground Rear RH door switch Input
Rear RH door
switch
OFF (Door close)
8.5 - 9.0 V
ON (Door open) 0 V
69
(R)
Ground Rear LH door switch Input
Rear LH door
switch
OFF (Door close)
8.5 - 9.0 V
ON (Door open) 0 V
72
(R)
Ground
Room antenna 2 (−)
(Center console)
Output
Ignition switch
OFF
When Intelligent Key is in
the passenger compartment
When Intelligent Key is
not in the passenger
compartment
Terminal No.
(Wire color)
Description
Condition
Value
Signal name (Approx.)
Input/
+ – Output
JPMIA0594GB
JPMIA0594GB
JPMIA0594GB
JMKIA0062GB
JMKIA0063GB
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(G)
Ground
Room antenna 2 (+)
(Center console)
Output
Ignition switch
OFF
When Intelligent Key is in
the passenger compartment
When Intelligent Key is
not in the passenger
compartment
74
(SB)
Ground
Passenger door antenna
(−)
Output
When the passenger
door request
switch is
operated with
ignition switch
OFF
When Intelligent Key is in
the antenna detection
area
When Intelligent Key is
not in the antenna detection
area
75
(BR)
Ground
Passenger door antenna
(+)
Output
When the passenger
door request
switch is
operated with
ignition switch
OFF
When Intelligent Key is in
the antenna detection
area
When Intelligent Key is
not in the antenna detection
area
Terminal No.
(Wire color)
Description
Condition
Value
Signal name (Approx.)
Input/
+ – Output
JMKIA0062GB
JMKIA0063GB
JMKIA0062GB
JMKIA0063GB
JMKIA0062GB
JMKIA0063GB
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(V)
Ground
Driver door antenna
(−)
Output
When the driver
door request
switch is operated
with ignition
switch OFF
When Intelligent Key is in
the antenna detection
area
When Intelligent Key is
not in the antenna detection
area
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(LG)
Ground
Driver door antenna
(+)
Output
When the driver
door request
switch is operated
with ignition
switch OFF
When Intelligent Key is in
the antenna detection
area
When Intelligent Key is
not in the antenna detection
area
78
(Y)
Ground
Room antenna 1 (−)
(Instrument panel)
Output
Ignition switch
OFF
When Intelligent Key is in
the passenger compartment
When Intelligent Key is
not in the passenger
compartment
Terminal No.
(Wire color)
Description
Condition
Value
Signal name (Approx.)
Input/
+ – Output
JMKIA0062GB
JMKIA0063GB
JMKIA0062GB
JMKIA0063GB
JMKIA0062GB
JMKIA0063GB
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(BR)
Ground
Room antenna 1 (+)
(Instrument panel)
Output
Ignition switch
OFF
When Intelligent Key is in
the passenger compartment
When Intelligent Key is
not in the passenger
compartment
80
(GR)
Ground NATS antenna amp.
Input/
Output
During waiting
Ignition switch is pressed
while inserting the Intelligent
Key into the key
slot.
Just after pressing ignition
switch. Pointer of tester should
move.
81
(W)
Ground NATS antenna amp.
Input/
Output
During waiting
Ignition switch is pressed
while inserting the Intelligent
Key into the key
slot.
Just after pressing ignition
switch. Pointer of tester should
move.
82
(P)*2
(R)*3
Ground
Ignition relay [Fuse
block (J/B)] control
Output Ignition switch
OFF or ACC 0 V
ON 12 V
83
(GR)*2
(Y)*3
Ground
Remote keyless entry
receiver communication
Input/
Output
During waiting
When operating either button on the Intelligent
Key
85
(G)
Ground Alarm link
Input/
Output
Vehicle security
system
Disarmed phase 12 V
Pre-armed phase or
armed phase
Terminal No.
(Wire color)
Description
Condition
Value
Signal name (Approx.)
Input/
+ – Output
JMKIA0062GB
JMKIA0063GB
JMKIA0064GB
JMKIA0065GB
NNKIA0175ZZ
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(O)
Ground Dongle link
Input/
Output
During waiting
Ignition switch is pressed
while inserting the Intelligent
Key into the key
slot.
Just after pressing ignition
switch. Pointer of tester should
move.
87
(BR)*6
(W)*7
Ground
Combination switch
INPUT 5
Input
Combination
switch
All switches OFF
(Wiper volume dial 4)
1.4 V
Front fog lamp switch ON
(Wiper volume dial 4)
1.3 V
Rear fog lamp switch ON
(Wiper volume dial 4)
1.2 V
Rear wiper switch ON
(Wiper volume dial 4)
1.3 V
Any of the conditions below
with all switches OFF
• Wiper volume dial 1
• Wiper volume dial 2
• Wiper volume dial 6
• Wiper volume dial 7
1.3 V
Terminal No.
(Wire color)
Description
Condition
Value
Signal name (Approx.)
Input/
+ – Output
JPMIA0041GB
JPMIA0037GB
JPMIA0142GB
JPMIA0039GB
JPMIA0040GB
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(V)
Ground
Combination switch
INPUT 3
Input
Combination
switch
All switches OFF
(Wiper volume dial 4)
1.4 V
Lighting switch HI
(Wiper volume dial 4)
1.3 V
Lighting switch 2ND
(Wiper volume dial 4)
1.3 V
Rear washer switch ON
(Wiper volume dial 4)
1.3 V
Any of the conditions below
with all switches OFF
• Wiper volume dial 1
• Wiper volume dial 2
• Wiper volume dial 3
1.3 V
89
(SB)*2
(L)*4
(BR)*7
Ground
Push-button ignition
switch (Push switch)
Input
Push-button ignition
switch
(push switch)
Pressed 0 V
Not pressed 12 V
90
(P)
Ground CAN-L
Input/
Output
— —
91
(L)
Ground CAN-H
Input/
Output
— —
Terminal No.
(Wire color)
Description
Condition
Value
Signal name (Approx.)
Input/
+ – Output
JPMIA0041GB
JPMIA0036GB
JPMIA0037GB
JPMIA0039GB
JPMIA0040GB
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92
(LG)
Ground Key slot illumination Output
Key slot illumination
OFF 12 V
Blinking
6.5 V
ON 0 V
93
(V)
Ground ON indicator lamp Output Ignition switch
OFF (LOCK indicator is
not illuminated)
Battery voltage
ON or ACC 0 V
95
(O)
Ground ACC relay control Output Ignition switch
OFF 0 V
ACC or ON 12 V
96
(GR)
Ground
A/T shift selector
(Detention switch)
power supply
Output — 12 V
97
(L)
Ground
Steering lock condition
No. 1
Input Steering lock
LOCK status 0 V
UNLOCK status 12 V
98
(P)
Ground
Steering lock condition
No. 2
Input Steering lock
LOCK status 12 V
UNLOCK status 0 V
99
(GR)*8
(R)*9
Ground
Selector lever P position
switch
Input Selector lever
P position 0 V
Any position other than P 12 V
100
(G)*6
(P)*7
Ground
Passenger door request
switch
Input
Passenger door
request switch
ON (Pressed) 0 V
OFF (Not pressed)
1.0 V
101
(SB)
Ground
Driver door request
switch
Input
Driver door request
switch
ON (Pressed) 0 V
OFF (Not pressed)
1.0 V
102
(O)
Ground
Blower fan motor relay
control
Output Ignition switch
OFF or ACC 0 V
ON 12 V
103
(BR)*2
(LG)*3
Ground
Remote keyless entry
receiver power
supply
Output Ignition switch OFF 12 V
Terminal No.
(Wire color)
Description
Condition
Value
Signal name (Approx.)
Input/
+ – Output
JPMIA0015GB
JPMIA0016GB
JPMIA0016GB
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(R)
Ground
Door lock status indicator
lamp
Output
Door lock status
indicator lamp
OFF 12 V
ON 0 V
106
(W)
Ground
Steering lock unit
power supply
Output Ignition switch
OFF or ACC 12 V
ON 0 V
107
(LG)
Ground
Combination switch
INPUT 1
Input
Combination
switch
(Wiper volume
dial 4)
All switches OFF
1.4 V
Turn signal switch LH
1.3 V
Turn signal switch RH
1.3 V
Front wiper switch LO
1.3 V
Front washer switch ON
1.3 V
Terminal No.
(Wire color)
Description
Condition
Value
Signal name (Approx.)
Input/
+ – Output
JPMIA0041GB
JPMIA0037GB
JPMIA0036GB
JPMIA0038GB
JPMIA0039GB
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(R)
Ground
Combination switch
INPUT 4
Input
Combination
switch
All switches OFF
(Wiper volume dial 4)
1.4 V
Lighting switch AUTO
(Wiper volume dial 4)
1.3 V
Lighting switch 1ST
(Wiper volume dial 4)
1.3 V
Rear wiper switch INT
(Wiper volume dial 4)
1.3 V
Any of the conditions below
with all switches OFF
• Wiper volume dial 1
• Wiper volume dial 5
• Wiper volume dial 6
1.3 V
Terminal No.
(Wire color)
Description
Condition
Value
Signal name (Approx.)
Input/
+ – Output
JPMIA0041GB
JPMIA0038GB
JPMIA0036GB
JPMIA0040GB
JPMIA0039GB
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(GR)*4
(Y)*5
Ground
Combination switch
INPUT 2
Input
Combination
switch
(Wiper volume
dial 4)
All switches OFF
1.4 V
Lighting switch PASS
1.3 V
Lighting switch 2ND
1.3 V
Front wiper switch AUTO
1.3 V
Front wiper switch HI
1.3 V
110
(G)
Ground Hazard switch Input Hazard switch
ON 0 V
OFF
1.1 V
Terminal No.
(Wire color)
Description
Condition
Value
Signal name (Approx.)
Input/
+ – Output
JPMIA0041GB
JPMIA0037GB
JPMIA0036GB
JPMIA0038GB
JPMIA0040GB
JPMIA0012GB
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(GR)*2
(Y)*3
Ground
Steering lock unit
communication
Input/
Output
Steering lock
LOCK status 12 V
LOCK or UNLOCK
For 15 seconds after UNLOCK
12 V
15 seconds or later after
UNLOCK
0 V
112
(R)*10
(GR)*11
Ground
Light and rain sensor
serial link
Input/
Output
Ignition switch ON
8.7 V
113*12
(P)
Ground Optical sensor Input
Ignition switch
ON
When bright outside of
the vehicle
Close to 5 V
When dark outside of the
vehicle
Close to 0 V
114*13
(GR)
Ground
Clutch interlock
switch
Input
Clutch interlock
switch
OFF (Clutch pedal is not
depressed)
0 V
ON (Clutch pedal is depressed)
Battery voltage
115
(O)
Ground Air bag signal Input Ignition switch
OFF 0 V
ACC 5.0 V
ON
2.5 V
116
(BR)*2
(LG)*4
(SB)*7
Ground Stop lamp switch 1 Input — Battery voltage
Terminal No.
(Wire color)
Description
Condition
Value
Signal name (Approx.)
Input/
+ – Output
JMKIA0066GB
JPMIA0156GB
JPMIA1034GB
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(Y)
Ground Sensor cancel switch Input
Sensor cancel
switch
OFF (Not pressed)
11.8 V
ON (Pressed) 0 V
118
(SB)*4
(P)*5
Ground
Stop lamp switch 2
(Without ICC)
Input
Stop lamp
switch
OFF (Brake pedal is not
depressed)
0 V
ON (Brake pedal is depressed)
Battery voltage
Stop lamp switch 2
(With ICC)
Stop lamp switch OFF (Brake pedal is not
depressed) and ICC brake hold relay OFF
0 V
Stop lamp switch ON (Brake pedal is depressed)
or ICC brake hold relay ON
Battery voltage
119
(SB)*6
(L)*7
Ground
Front door lock assembly
driver side
(Unlock sensor)
Input Driver door
LOCK status
(Unlock sensor switch
OFF)
8.5 - 9.0 V
UNLOCK status
(Unlock switch sensor
ON)
0 V
120*13
(O)
Ground Back-up lamp switch Input
Ignition switch
ON
Control lever in reverse
position
Battery voltage
Control lever in any position
other than reverse
0 V
121
(BR)*2
(R)*4
(LG)*7
Ground Key slot switch Input
When the Intelligent Key is inserted into key
slot
12 V
When the Intelligent Key is not inserted into
key slot
0 V
123
(W)
Ground IGN feedback Input Ignition switch
OFF or ACC 0 V
ON Battery voltage
124
(LG)
Ground
Passenger door
switch
Input
Passenger door
switch
OFF (Door close)
8.5 - 9.0 V
ON (Door open) 0 V
Terminal No.
(Wire color)
Description
Condition
Value
Signal name (Approx.)
Input/
+ – Output
JPMIA0012GB
JPMIA0594GB
JPMIA0594GB
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(BR)
Ground
Power window switch
communication
Input/
Output
Ignition switch ON
10.2 V
Ignition switch OFF or ACC 12 V
134
(V)*4
(GR)*5
Ground LOCK indicator lamp Output
LOCK indicator
lamp
OFF Battery voltage
ON 0 V
137
(B)*2
(BR)*4
(G)*7
Ground
Receiver and sensor
ground
Input Ignition switch ON 0 V
138*12
(Y)
Ground Sensor power supply Output Ignition switch
OFF 0 V
ACC or ON 5 V
140
(BR)*13
(R)*14
(G)*15
(GR)*16
Ground
Selector lever P/N
position (A/T models)
Input
Selector lever
P or N position 12 V
Except P and N positions 0 V
Park/neutral position
switch (M/T models)
Ignition switch
ON
Control lever in neutral
position
Battery voltage
Control lever in any position
other than neutral
0 V
141
(G)
Ground
Security indicator
lamp
Output
Security indicator
lamp
ON 0 V
Blinking
11.3 V
OFF 12 V
142
(O)
Ground
Combination switch
OUTPUT 5
Output
Combination
switch
(Wiper volume
dial 4)
All switches OFF 0 V
Lighting switch 1ST
10.7 V
Lighting switch HI
Lighting switch 2ND
Turn signal switch RH
Terminal No.
(Wire color)
Description
Condition
Value
Signal name (Approx.)
Input/
+ – Output
JPMIA0013GB
JPMIA0014GB
JPMIA0031GB
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(P)
Ground
Combination switch
OUTPUT 1
Output
Combination
switch
All switches OFF
(Wiper volume dial 4)
0 V
Front wiper switch HI
(Wiper volume dial 4)
10.7 V
Rear wiper switch INT
(Wiper volume dial 4)
Any of the conditions below
with all switches OFF
• Wiper volume dial 1
• Wiper volume dial 2
• Wiper volume dial 3
• Wiper volume dial 6
• Wiper volume dial 7
144
(G)
Ground
Combination switch
OUTPUT 2
Output
Combination
switch
All switches OFF
(Wiper volume dial 4)
0 V
Front washer switch ON
(Wiper volume dial 4)
10.7 V
Rear wiper switch ON
(Wiper volume dial 4)
Rear washer switch ON
(Wiper volume dial 4)
Any of the conditions below
with all switches OFF
• Wiper volume dial 1
• Wiper volume dial 5
• Wiper volume dial 6
145
(L)
Ground
Combination switch
OUTPUT 3
Output
Combination
switch
(Wiper volume
dial 4)
All switches OFF 0 V
Front wiper switch AUTO
10.7 V
Front wiper switch LO
Lighting switch AUTO
Rear fog lamp switch ON
146
(SB)
Ground
Combination switch
OUTPUT 4
Output
Combination
switch
(Wiper volume
dial 4)
All switches OFF 0 V
Front fog lamp switch ON
10.7 V
Lighting switch 2ND
Lighting switch PASS
Turn signal switch LH
Terminal No.
(Wire color)
Description
Condition
Value
Signal name (Approx.)
Input/
+ – Output
JPMIA0032GB
JPMIA0033GB
JPMIA0034GB
JPMIA0035GB
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• *1: Only RHD models
• *2: LHD gasoline engine models
• *3: Except LHD gasoline engine models
• *4: LHD diesel engine modelss
• *5: Except LHD diesel engine models
• *6: LHD models
• *7: RHD models
• *8: RHD gasoline engine models
• *9: Except RHD gasoline engine models
• *10: RHD diesel engine modelss
• *11: Except RHD diesel engine models
• *12: For Russia
• *13: M/T models
• *14: LHD A/T gasoline engine models
• *15: LHD A/T diesel engine modelss
• *16: RHD A/T models
150
(GR)
Ground Driver door switch Input
Driver door
switch
OFF (Door close)
8.5 - 9.0 V
ON (Door open) 0 V
151
(G)
Ground
Rear window defogger
relay control
Output
Rear window
defogger
Active 0 V
Not activated Battery voltage
Terminal No.
(Wire color)
Description
Condition
Value
Signal name (Approx.)
Input/
+ – Output
JPMIA0594GB
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Wiring Diagram - BCM (Gasoline Engine Models) - INFOID:0000000005406789
For connector terminal arrangements, harness layouts, and alphabets in a (option abbreviation; if not
described in wiring diagram), refer to GI-12, "Connector Information".
JCMWM7468GB
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JCMWM7469GB
BCM (BODY CONTROL MODULE)
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JCMWM7471GB
BCM (BODY CONTROL MODULE)
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Wiring Diagram - BCM (Diesel Engine Models) - INFOID:0000000006091557
For connector terminal arrangements, harness layouts, and alphabets in a (option abbreviation; if not
described in wiring diagram), refer to GI-12, "Connector Information".
JCMWM7473GB
BCM (BODY CONTROL MODULE)
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JCMWM7475GB
BCM (BODY CONTROL MODULE)
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Fail-safe INFOID:0000000005406790
FAIL-SAFE CONTROL BY DTC
BCM performs fail-safe control when any DTC are detected.
JCMWM7477GB
BCM (BODY CONTROL MODULE)
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Display contents of CONSULT Fail-safe Cancellation
B2013: ID DISCORD BCM-S/L Inhibit engine cranking Erase DTC
B2014: CHAIN OF S/L-BCM Inhibit engine cranking Erase DTC
B2190: NATS ANTENNA AMP Inhibit engine cranking Erase DTC
B2191: DIFFERENCE OF KEY Inhibit engine cranking Erase DTC
B2192: ID DISCORD BCM-ECM Inhibit engine cranking Erase DTC
B2193: CHAIN OF BCM-ECM Inhibit engine cranking Erase DTC
B2195: ANTI SCANNING Inhibit engine cranking Ignition switch ON → OFF
B2196: DONGLE NG Inhibit engine cranking Erase DTC
B2557: VEHICLE SPEED Inhibit steering lock
When normal vehicle speed signals are received from ABS actuator
and electric unit (control unit) for 500 ms
B2560: STARTER CONT RELAY Inhibit engine cranking
500 ms after the following CAN signal communication status becomes
consistent
• Starter control relay signal
• Starter relay status signal
B2601: SHIFT POSITION Inhibit steering lock
500 ms after the following signal reception status becomes consistent
• Selector lever P position switch signal
• P range signal (CAN)
B2602: SHIFT POSITION Inhibit steering lock
5 seconds after the following BCM recognition conditions are fulfilled
• Ignition switch is in the ON position
• Selector lever P position switch signal: Except P position (12 V)
• Vehicle speed: 4 km/h (2.5 MPH) or more
B2603: SHIFT POSI STATUS Inhibit steering lock
500 ms after the following BCM recognition conditions are fulfilled
• Ignition switch is in the ON position
• Selector lever P position switch signal: Except P position (12 V)
• Selector lever P/N position signal: Except P and N positions (0 V)
B2604: PNP/CLUTCH SW Inhibit steering lock
500 ms after any of the following BCM recognition conditions are
fulfilled
• Status 1
- Ignition switch is in the ON position
- Selector lever P/N position signal: P and N position (12 V)
- P range signal or N range signal (CAN): ON
• Status 2
- Ignition switch is in the ON position
- Selector lever P/N position signal: Except P and N positions (0 V)
- P range signal and N range signal (CAN): OFF
B2605: PNP/CLUTCH SW Inhibit steering lock
500 ms after any of the following BCM recognition conditions are
fulfilled
• Ignition switch is in the ON position
- Power position: IGN
- Selector lever P/N position signal: Except P and N positions (0 V)
- Interlock/PNP switch signal (CAN): OFF
• Status 2
- Ignition switch is in the ON position
- Selector lever P/N position signal: P or N position (12 V)
- Interlock/PNP switch signal (CAN): ON
B2606: S/L RELAY Inhibit engine cranking
500 ms after the following CAN signal communication status becomes
consistent
• Steering lock relay signal (Request signal)
• Steering lock relay signal (Condition signal)
B2607: S/L RELAY Inhibit engine cranking
500 ms after the following CAN signal communication status becomes
consistent
• Steering lock relay signal (Request signal)
• Steering lock relay signal (Condition signal)
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BCM (BODY CONTROL MODULE)
FAIL-SAFE CONTROL BY LIGHT AND RAIN SENSOR MALFUNCTION
BCM detects the light and rain sensor serial link error and the light and rain sensor malfunction.
BCM controls the following fail-safe when light and rain sensor has a malfunction.
Fail-safe Control
• Auto light control: Headlamp low beam, parking lamp, license plate lamp and tail lamp are turned ON.
B2608: STARTER RELAY Inhibit engine cranking
500 ms after the following signal communication status becomes
consistent
• Starter motor relay control signal
• Starter relay status signal (CAN)
B2609: S/L STATUS
• Inhibit engine cranking
• Inhibit steering lock
When the following steering lock conditions agree
• BCM steering lock control status
• Steering lock condition No. 1 signal status
• Steering lock condition No. 2 signal status
B260A: IGNITION RELAY Inhibit engine cranking
500 ms after the following conditions are fulfilled
• IGN relay (IPDM E/R) control signal: OFF (12 V)
• Ignition ON signal (CAN to IPDM E/R): OFF (Request signal)
• Ignition ON signal (CAN from IPDM E/R): OFF (Condition signal)
B260F: ENG STATE SIG LOST
Maintains the power supply
position attained at the time
of DTC detection
When any of the following conditions are fulfilled
• Power position changes to ACC
• Receives engine status signal (CAN)
B2612: S/L STATUS
• Inhibit engine cranking
• Inhibit steering lock
When any of the following conditions are fulfilled
• Steering lock unit status signal (CAN) is received normally
• The BCM steering lock control status matches the steering lock
status recognized by the steering lock unit status signal (CAN
from IPDM E/R)
B2617: BCM Inhibit engine cranking
1 second after the starter motor relay control inside BCM becomes
normal
B2618: BCM Inhibit engine cranking
1 second after the ignition relay (IPDM E/R) control inside BCM becomes
normal
B2619: BCM Inhibit engine cranking
1 second after the steering lock unit power supply output control inside
BCM becomes normal
B261E: VEHICLE TYPE Inhibit engine cranking BCM initialization
B261F: ASCD CNCL/CLTCH SW Inhibit steering lock
When any of the following conditions are fulfilled
• Power supply position: ON
• Receives clutch switch signal (CAN from ECM): OFF
B2620: NEUTRAL SW
Inhibit engine cranking
(Only when try to start the
engine while depressing
brake pedal and shifting to
the neutral position)
When any of the following BCM recognition conditions are fulfilled
• Status 1
- Back up lamp switch signal: ON (Battery voltage)
- Park/neutral position switch signal: OFF (0 V)
• Status 2
- Back-up lamp switch signal: OFF (0 V)
- Park/neutral position switch signal: ON (Battery voltage)
• Status 3
- Back-up lamp switch signal: OFF (0 V)
- Park/neutral position switch signal: OFF (0 V)
B26E8: CLUTCH SW Inhibit engine cranking
When any of the following BCM recognition conditions are fulfilled
• Status 1
- ASCD clutch switch signal (CAN from ECM): ON
- Clutch interlock switch signal: OFF (0 V)
• Status 2
- ASCD clutch switch signal (CAN from ECM): OFF
- Clutch interlock switch signal: ON (Battery voltage)
B26E9: S/L STATUS
• Inhibit engine cranking
• Inhibit steering lock
When BCM transmits the LOCK request signal to steering lock unit,
and receives LOCK response signal from steering lock unit, the following
conditions are fulfilled
• Steering condition No. 1 signal: LOCK (0V)
• Steering condition No. 2 signal: LOCK (12 V)
Display contents of CONSULT Fail-safe Cancellation
BCM (BODY CONTROL MODULE)
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• Front wiper control
- Front wiper switch AUTO and sensing rain drop: The condition just before the activation of fail-safe is maintained
until the front wiper switch is turned OFF.
- Front wiper switch AUTO and not sensing rain drop: Front wiper is LO operation until the front wiper switch is
turned off.
REAR WIPER MOTOR PROTECTION
BCM detects the rear wiper stopping position according to the rear wiper stop position signal.
When the rear wiper stop position signal does not change for more than 5 seconds while driving the rear
wiper, BCM stops power supply to protect the rear wiper motor.
Condition of cancellation
1. More than 1 minute is passed after the rear wiper stop.
2. Turn rear wiper switch OFF.
3. Operate the rear wiper switch or rear washer switch.
DTC Inspection Priority Chart INFOID:0000000005406791
If some DTCs are displayed at the same time, perform inspections one by one based on the following priority
chart.
Priority DTC
1 B2562: LOW VOLTAGE
2
• U1000: CAN COMM
• U1010: CONTROL UNIT(CAN)
3
• B2190: NATS ANTENNA AMP
• B2191: DIFFERENCE OF KEY
• B2192: ID DISCORD BCM-ECM
• B2193: CHAIN OF BCM-ECM
• B2195: ANTI SCANNING
• B2196: DONGLE NG
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DTC Index INFOID:0000000005406792
NOTE:
The details of time display are as follows.
• CRNT: A malfunction is detected now.
• PAST: A malfunction was detected in the past.
IGN counter is displayed on Freeze Frame Data. For details of Freeze Frame Data, refer to WW-19, "COMMON
ITEM : CONSULT-III Function (BCM - COMMON ITEM)".
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• B2013: ID DISCORD BCM-S/L
• B2014: CHAIN OF S/L-BCM
• B2553: IGNITION RELAY
• B2555: STOP LAMP
• B2556: PUSH-BTN IGN SW
• B2557: VEHICLE SPEED
• B2560: STARTER CONT RELAY
• B2601: SHIFT POSITION
• B2602: SHIFT POSITION
• B2603: SHIFT POSI STATUS
• B2604: PNP/CLUTCH SW
• B2605: PNP/CLUTCH SW
• B2606: S/L RELAY
• B2607: S/L RELAY
• B2608: STARTER RELAY
• B2609: S/L STATUS
• B260A: IGNITION RELAY
• B260B: STEERING LOCK UNIT
• B260C: STEERING LOCK UNIT
• B260D: STEERING LOCK UNIT
• B260F: ENG STATE SIG LOST
• B2612: S/L STATUS
• B2614: BCM
• B2615: BCM
• B2616: BCM
• B2617: BCM
• B2618: BCM
• B2619: BCM
• B261A: PUSH-BTN IGN SW
• B261E: VEHICLE TYPE
• B261F: ASCD CNCL/CLTCH SW
• B2620: NEUTRAL SW
• B26E8: CLUTCH SW
• B26E9: S/L STATUS
• B26EA: KEY REGISTRATION
• U0415: VEHICLE SPEED
5
• B2621: INSIDE ANTENNA
• B2622: INSIDE ANTENNA
• B2623: INSIDE ANTENNA
6 B26E7: TPMS CAN COMM
Priority DTC
CONSULT display Fail-safe
Freeze Frame Data
•Vehicle Speed
•Odo/Trip Meter
•Vehicle Condition
Intelligent Key warning
lamp ON
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No DTC is detected.
Further testing
may be required.
— — — —
U1000: CAN COMM — — — BCS-40
U1010: CONTROL UNIT(CAN) — — — BCS-41
U0415: VEHICLE SPEED — — — BCS-42
B2013: ID DISCORD BCM-S/L × × — SEC-56
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B2014: CHAIN OF S/L-BCM × × — SEC-57
B2190: NATS ANTENNA AMP × — — SEC-47
B2191: DIFFERENCE OF KEY × — — SEC-50
B2192: ID DISCORD BCM-ECM × — — SEC-51
B2193: CHAIN OF BCM-ECM × — — SEC-52
B2195: ANTI SCANNING × — — SEC-53
B2196: DONGLE NG × — — SEC-54
B2553: IGNITION RELAY — × — PCS-55
B2555: STOP LAMP — × — SEC-60
B2556: PUSH-BTN IGN SW — × × SEC-62
B2557: VEHICLE SPEED × × × SEC-64
B2560: STARTER CONT RELAY × × × SEC-65
B2562: LOW VOLTAGE — × — BCS-43
B2601: SHIFT POSITION × × × SEC-66
B2602: SHIFT POSITION × × × SEC-69
B2603: SHIFT POSI STATUS × × × SEC-71
B2604: PNP/CLUTCH SW × × × SEC-74
B2605: PNP/CLUTCH SW × × × SEC-76
B2606: S/L RELAY × × × SEC-78
B2607: S/L RELAY × × × SEC-79
B2608: STARTER RELAY × × × SEC-81
B2609: S/L STATUS × × × SEC-83
B260A: IGNITION RELAY × × × PCS-57
B260B: STEERING LOCK UNIT — × × SEC-87
B260C: STEERING LOCK UNIT — × × SEC-88
B260D: STEERING LOCK UNIT — × × SEC-89
B260F: ENG STATE SIG LOST × × × SEC-90
B2612: S/L STATUS × × × SEC-91
B2614: BCM — × × PCS-59
B2615: BCM — × × PCS-61
B2616: BCM — × × PCS-63
B2617: BCM × × × SEC-95
B2618: BCM × × × PCS-65
B2619: BCM × × × SEC-97
B261A: PUSH-BTN IGN SW — × × PCS-66
B261E: VEHICLE TYPE × × × (Turn ON for 15
seconds)
SEC-98
B261F: ASCD CNCL/CLTCH SW × × × SEC-99
B2620: NEUTRAL SW × × × SEC-101
B2621: INSIDE ANTENNA — × —
DLK-68*1
DLK-326*2
B2622: INSIDE ANTENNA — × —
DLK-70*1
DLK-328*2
CONSULT display Fail-safe
Freeze Frame Data
•Vehicle Speed
•Odo/Trip Meter
•Vehicle Condition
Intelligent Key warning
lamp ON
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• *1: With super lock
• *2: Without super lock
B2623: INSIDE ANTENNA — × —
DLK-72*1
DLK-330*2
B26E7: TPMS CAN COMM — — — BCS-44
B26E8: CLUTCH SW × × × SEC-104
B26E9: S/L STATUS × × × (Turn ON for 15
seconds)
SEC-106
B26EA: KEY REGISTRATION — × × (Turn ON for 15
seconds)
SEC-107
CONSULT display Fail-safe
Freeze Frame Data
•Vehicle Speed
•Odo/Trip Meter
•Vehicle Condition
Intelligent Key warning
lamp ON
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ROOM)
Reference Value INFOID:0000000005406795
VALUES ON THE DIAGNOSIS TOOL
Monitor Item Condition Value/Status
RAD FAN REQ Engine idle speed
Changes depending on engine
coolant temperature, air conditioner
operation status, vehicle speed,
etc.
0 – 100 %
AC COMP REQ Engine running
A/C switch OFF Off
A/C switch ON
(Compressor is operating)
On
TAIL&CLR REQ
Lighting switch OFF Off
Lighting switch 1ST, 2ND, HI or AUTO (light is illuminated) On
HL LO REQ
Lighting switch OFF Off
Lighting switch 2ND HI or AUTO (light is illuminated)
On
Daytime running light system is operated
HL HI REQ
Lighting switch OFF Off
Lighting switch HI On
FR FOG REQ
Lighting switch 2ND or
AUTO (light is illuminated)
Front fog lamp switch OFF Off
Front fog lamp switch ON On
FR WIP REQ Ignition switch ON
Front wiper switch OFF Stop
Front wiper switch AUTO 1LOW
Front wiper switch LO Low
Front wiper switch HI Hi
WIP AUTO STOP Ignition switch ON
Front wiper stop position STOP P
Any position other than front wiper
stop position
ACT P
WIP PROT Ignition switch ON
Front wiper operates normally Off
Front wiper stops at fail-safe operation
BLOCK
IGN RLY1 -REQ
Ignition switch OFF or ACC Off
Ignition switch ON On
IGN RLY
Ignition switch OFF or ACC Off
Ignition switch ON On
PUSH SW
Release the push-button ignition switch Off
Press the push-button ignition switch On
INTER/NP SW Ignition switch ON
Selector lever in any position other
than P or N (A/T models) Off
Release clutch pedal (M/T models)
Selector lever in P or N position (A/
T models) On
Depress clutch pedal (M/T models)
ST RLY CONT
Ignition switch ON Off
At engine cranking On
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IHBT RLY -REQ
Ignition switch ON Off
At engine cranking On
ST/INHI RLY
Ignition switch ON Off
At engine cranking INHI → ST
The status of starter relay or starter control relay cannot be recognized by
the battery voltage malfunction, etc. when the starter relay is ON and the
starter control relay is OFF
UNKWN
DETENT SW
Ignition switch ON
• Press the selector button with selector
lever in P position
• Selector lever in any position other
than P
Off
Release the selector button with selector lever in P position
NOTE:
Fixed On for M/T models
On
S/L RLY -REQ
None of the conditions below are present Off
• Open the driver door after the ignition switch is turned OFF (for a few
seconds)
• Press the push-button ignition switch when the steering lock is activated
On
S/L STATE
Steering lock is activated LOCK
Steering lock is deactivated UNLOCK
[DTC: B210A] is detected UNKWN
DTRL REQ
NOTE:
This item is monitored only on
the vehicle with the daytime
running light system.
Daytime running light system is not operated with ignition switch OFF Off
Any of the condition below
• Daytime running light system is operated
• Light switch 1ST, 2ND or AUTO (light is illuminated)
On
OIL P SW
Ignition switch OFF, ACC or engine running Open
Ignition switch ON Close
HOOD SW
Close the hood Off
Open the hood On
HL WASHER REQ
Not operating Off
Headlamp washer operating On
THFT HRN REQ
Not operation Off
• Panic alarm is activated
• Horn is activated with VEHICLE SECURITY (THEFT WARNING) SYSTEM
On
HORN CHIRP
NOTE:
The item is indicated, but not monitored.
Off
CRNRNG LMP REQ
NOTE:
The item is indicated, but not monitored.
Off
Monitor Item Condition Value/Status
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TERMINAL LAYOUT
PHYSICAL VALUES
JSMIA0001ZZ
Terminal No.
(Wire color)
Description
Condition
Value
Signal name (Approx.)
Input/
+ − Output
1
(W)
Ground Battery power supply Input Ignition switch OFF Battery voltage
2
(L)
Ground Battery power supply Input Ignition switch OFF Battery voltage
4
(V)
Ground Front wiper LO Output
Ignition
switch ON
Front wiper switch OFF 0 V
Front wiper switch LO Battery voltage
5
(L)
Ground Front wiper HI Output
Ignition
switch ON
Front wiper switch OFF 0 V
Front wiper switch HI Battery voltage
6*1
(SB)
Ground
Daytime running light
relay
Input Ignition switch OFF Battery voltage
7
(R)
Ground
Illuminations*1
Output
Ignition
switch ON
Lighting switch OFF 0 V
Tail, license plate lamps
& illuminations*2 Lighting switch 1ST Battery voltage
10
(P)*8
(SB)*11
(O)*13
Ground
ECM relay power supply
Output
Ignition switch OFF
(More than a few seconds after turning ignition
switch OFF)
0 V
• Ignition switch ON
• Ignition switch OFF
(For a few seconds after turning ignition
switch OFF)
Battery voltage
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Ground
Steering lock unit power
supply
Output
Ignition
switch OFF
A few seconds after opening
the driver door
Battery voltage
Ignition
switch LOCK
Press the push-button ignition
switch
Battery voltage
Ignition switch ACC or ON 0 V
12
(B)*7
(B/W)*8
Ground Ground — Ignition switch ON 0 V
13
(Y)*7
(GR)*8
Ground
Fuel pump power supply
Output
Approximately 1 second or more after
turning the ignition switch ON
0 V
• Approximately 1 second after turning
the ignition switch ON
• Engine running
Battery voltage
15
(W)
Ground
Ignition relay power
supply
Output
Ignition switch OFF 0 V
Ignition switch ON Battery voltage
16
(LG)
Ground
Front wiper stop position
Input
Ignition
switch ON
Front wiper stop position 0 V
Any position other than
front wiper stop position
Battery voltage
17
(G)
Ground
Headlamp washer
relay control
Output
Ignition
switch ON
Headlamp washer deactivated
Battery voltage
Headlamp washer activated
0 V
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(W)*3
(V)*4
Ground
Ignition relay power
supply
Output
Ignition switch OFF 0 V
Ignition switch ON Battery voltage
25
(G)
Ground
Ignition relay power
supply
Output
Ignition switch OFF 0 V
Ignition switch ON Battery voltage
26
(R)
Ground
Ignition relay power
supply
Output
Ignition switch OFF 0 V
Ignition switch ON Battery voltage
27
(Y)*3
(LG)*4
Ground Ignition relay monitor Input
Ignition switch OFF or ACC Battery voltage
Ignition switch ON 0 V
28
(O)
Ground
Push-button ignition
switch
Input
Press the push-button ignition switch 0 V
Release the push-button ignition switch Battery voltage
30
(GR)*5
(V)*6
Ground Starter relay control Input
A/T models
Selector lever in any position
other than P or N
0 V
Selector lever P or N Battery voltage
M/T models
Release the clutch pedal 0 V
Depress the clutch pedal Battery voltage
32
(SB)
Ground
Steering lock unit condition-
1
Input
Steering lock is activated 0 V
Steering lock is deactivated Battery voltage
33
(P)
Ground
Steering lock unit condition-
2
Input
Steering lock is activated Battery voltage
Steering lock is deactivated 0 V
36
(G)
Ground Battery power supply Input Ignition switch OFF Battery voltage
39
(P)
— CAN-L
Input/
Output
— —
Terminal No.
(Wire color)
Description
Condition
Value
Signal name (Approx.)
Input/
+ − Output
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(L)
— CAN-H
Input/
Output
— —
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(B)*7
(B/W)*8
Ground Ground — Ignition switch ON 0 V
42
(Y)
Ground
Cooling fan relay control
Input
Ignition switch OFF or ACC 0 V
Ignition switch ON 0.7 V
43
(SB)*11
(W)*12
(G)*13
(R)*14
Ground
A/T shift selector
(Detention switch)
Input
Ignition
switch ON
• Press the selector button
(Selector lever P)
• Selector lever in any position
other than P
Battery voltage
Release the selector button
(selector lever P)
0 V
44
(W)*7
(BR)*8
Ground Horn relay control Input
The horn is deactivated Battery voltage
The horn is activated 0 V
46
(BR)*11
(LG)*12
(R)*13
(SB)*14
Ground Starter relay control Input
Ignition
switch ON
Selector lever in any position
other than P or N
0 V
Selector lever P or N Battery voltage
48
(L)
Ground A/C relay power supply Output
Engine running
A/C switch OFF 0 V
A/C switch ON
(A/C compressor is operating)
Battery voltage
49
(G)*8
(W)*16
(O)*17
(SB)*22
Ground
ECM relay power supply
Output
Ignition switch OFF
(More than a few seconds after turning ignition
switch OFF)
0 V
• Ignition switch ON
• Ignition switch OFF
(For a few seconds after turning ignition
switch OFF)
Battery voltage
51
(SB)*8
(G)*11
(P)*13
Ground
Ignition relay power
supply
Output
Ignition switch OFF 0 V
Ignition switch ON Battery voltage
52*7
(W)*3
(R)*4
Ground
Ignition relay power
supply
Output
Ignition switch OFF 0 V
Ignition switch ON Battery voltage
53
(V)*8
(W)*11
(SB)*17
(Y)*18
Ground
ECM relay power supply
Output
Ignition switch OFF
(More than a few seconds after turning ignition
switch OFF)
0 V
• Ignition switch ON
• Ignition switch OFF
(For a few seconds after turning ignition
switch OFF)
Battery voltage
54*7
(R)
Ground
Throttle control motor
relay power supply
Output
Ignition switch OFF
(More than a few seconds after turning ignition
switch OFF)
0 V
• Ignition switch ON
• Ignition switch OFF
(For a few seconds after turning ignition
switch OFF)
Battery voltage
Terminal No.
(Wire color)
Description
Condition
Value
Signal name (Approx.)
Input/
+ − Output
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(BR)
Ground ECM power supply Output Ignition switch OFF Battery voltage
56*7
(V)*9
(O)*10
Ground
Ignition relay power
supply
Output
Ignition switch OFF 0 V
Ignition switch ON Battery voltage
57
(LG)*7
(O)*8
Ground
Ignition relay power
supply
Output
Ignition switch OFF 0 V
Ignition switch ON Battery voltage
58
(V)*6
(GR)*23
(Y)*24
Ground
Ignition relay power
supply
Output
Ignition switch OFF 0 V
Ignition switch ON Battery voltage
69
(W)*7
(L)*8
Ground ECM relay control Output
Ignition switch OFF
(More than a few seconds after turning ignition
switch OFF)
Battery voltage
• Ignition switch ON
• Ignition switch OFF
(For a few seconds after turning ignition
switch OFF)
0 – 1.5 V
70
(O)*7
(B/W)*8
Ground
Throttle control motor
relay control
Output
Ignition switch ON → OFF
0 – 1.0 V
Battery voltage
0 V
Ignition switch ON 0 – 1.0 V
73*8
(P)
Ground
Ignition relay power
supply
Output
Ignition switch OFF 0 V
Ignition switch ON Battery voltage
74*7
(G)
Ground
Ignition relay power
supply
Output
Ignition switch OFF 0 V
Ignition switch ON Battery voltage
75
(Y)*7
(SB)*8
Ground Oil pressure switch Input
Ignition
switch ON
Engine stopped 0 V
Engine running Battery voltage
Terminal No.
(Wire color)
Description
Condition
Value
Signal name (Approx.)
Input/
+ − Output
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(V)*21
(P)*19
Ground
Power generation command
signal
Output
Ignition switch ON
6.3 V
40% is set on “ACTIVE TEST”, “ALTERNATOR
DUTY” of “ENGINE”
3.8 V
80% is set on “ACTIVE TEST”, “ALTERNATOR
DUTY” of “ENGINE”
1.4 V
77
(GR)*8
(B)*10
(L)*15
(R)*17
Ground Fuel pump relay control Output
• Approximately 1 second after turning
the ignition switch ON
• Engine running
0 – 1.0 V
Approximately 1 second or more after
turning the ignition switch ON
Battery voltage
80
(W)
Ground Starter motor Output At engine cranking Battery voltage
83
(R)
Ground Headlamp LO (RH) Output
Ignition
switch ON
Lighting switch OFF 0 V
Lighting switch 2ND
Battery voltage
Daytime running light operated
84
(P)
Ground Headlamp LO (LH) Output
Ignition
switch ON
Lighting switch OFF 0 V
Lighting switch 2ND
Battery voltage
Daytime running light operated
86
(W)
Ground Front fog lamp (RH) Output
Lighting
switch 2ND
Front fog lamp switch ON Battery voltage
Front fog lamp switch OFF 0 V
87
(GR)
Ground Front fog lamp (LH) Output
Lighting
switch 2ND
Front fog lamp switch ON Battery voltage
Front fog lamp switch OFF 0 V
88
(G)
Ground
Washer pump power
supply
Output Ignition switch ON Battery voltage
89
(BR)
Ground Headlamp HI (RH) Output
Ignition
switch ON
• Lighting switch HI
• Lighting switch PASS
Battery voltage
Lighting switch OFF 0 V
Terminal No.
(Wire color)
Description
Condition
Value
Signal name (Approx.)
Input/
+ − Output
JPMIA0001GB
JPMIA0002GB
JPMIA0003GB
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*1: With daytime running light system
*2: Without daytime running light system
*3: LHD models
*4: RHD models
*5: A/T models
*6: M/T models
*7: Gasoline engine models
*8: Diesel engine models
*9: VQ engine models
*10: VK engine models
*11: LHD models with gasoline engine
*12: LHD models with diesel engine
*13: RHD models with gasoline engine
*14: RHD models with diesel engine
*15: LHD models with VQ engine
*16: LHD models with VK engine
*17: RHD models with VQ engine
*18: RHD models with VK engine
*19: Except for LHD models with VQ engine or diesel engine
*20: Except for LHD models with diesel engine
*21: LHD models with VQ engine or diesel engine
*22: LHD models with VQ engine and RHD models with VK engine
*23: RHD models with A/T and gasoline engine
*24: With A/T except RHD models with gasoline engine
90
(Y)
Ground Headlamp HI (LH) Output
Ignition
switch ON
• Lighting switch HI
• Lighting switch PASS
Battery voltage
Lighting switch OFF 0 V
91
(P)
Ground
Parking (RH), tail, license
plate lamps*1
Output
Ignition
switch ON
Lighting switch 1ST Battery voltage
Parking lamp (RH)*2 Lighting switch OFF 0 V
92
(O)
Ground Parking lamp (LH) Output
Ignition
switch ON
Lighting switch 1ST Battery voltage
Lighting switch OFF 0 V
97
(G)*12
(V)*20
Ground Cooling fan control Output Engine idling 0 – 5 V
104
(LG)
Ground Hood switch Input
Close the hood Battery voltage
Open the hood 0 V
105*1
(V)
Ground
Daytime running light
relay control
Output
• Parking
lamp
• License
plate lamp
• Tail lamp
Turned OFF Battery voltage
Turned ON 0 V
Terminal No.
(Wire color)
Description
Condition
Value
Signal name (Approx.)
Input/
+ − Output
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Wiring Diagram - IPDM E/R (Gasoline Engine) - INFOID:0000000005406796
For connector terminal arrangements, harness layouts, and alphabets in a (option abbreviation; if not
described in wiring diagram), refer to GI-12, "Connector Information".
JCMWM7491GB
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Wiring Diagram - IPDM E/R (Diesel Engine) - INFOID:0000000006113702
For connector terminal arrangements, harness layouts, and alphabets in a (option abbreviation; if not
described in wiring diagram), refer to GI-12, "Connector Information".
JCMWM7494GB
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Fail-safe INFOID:0000000005406797
CAN COMMUNICATION CONTROL
When CAN communication with ECM and BCM is impossible, IPDM E/R performs fail-safe control. After CAN
communication recovers normally, it also returns to normal control.
If No CAN Communication Is Available With ECM
JCMWM7496GB
IPDM E/R (INTELLIGENT POWER DISTRIBUTION MODULE ENGINE ROOM)
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If No CAN Communication Is Available With BCM
*: With daytime running light system
IGNITION RELAY MALFUNCTION DETECTION FUNCTION
• IPDM E/R monitors the voltage at the contact circuit and excitation coil circuit of the ignition relay inside it.
• IPDM E/R judges the ignition relay error if the voltage differs between the contact circuit and the excitation
coil circuit.
• If the ignition relay cannot turn OFF due to contact seizure, it activates the tail lamp relay and the daytime
running light relay* for 10 minutes to alert the user to the ignition relay malfunction when the ignition switch is
turned OFF.
*: With daytime running light system
FRONT WIPER CONTROL
IPDM E/R detects front wiper stop position by a front wiper stop position signal.
When a front wiper stop position signal is in the conditions listed below, IPDM E/R stops power supply to wiper
after repeating a front wiper 10 seconds activation and 20 seconds stop five times.
Control part Fail-safe operation
Cooling fan
• Outputs the pulse duty signal (PWM signal) 100% when the ignition switch is turned
ON
• Outputs the pulse duty signal (PWM signal) 0% when the ignition switch is turned OFF
A/C compressor A/C relay OFF
Alternator Outputs the power generation command signal (PWM signal) 0%
Control part Fail-safe operation
Headlamp
• Turns ON the headlamp low relay when the ignition switch is turned ON
• Turns OFF the headlamp low relay when the ignition switch is turned OFF
• Headlamp high relay OFF
• Parking lamps
• License plate lamps
• Illuminations
• Tail lamps
• Turns ON the tail lamp relay and the daytime running light relay* when the ignition
switch is turned ON
• Turns OFF the tail lamp relay and the daytime running light relay* when the ignition
switch is turned OFF
Front wiper
• The status just before activation of fail-safe control is maintained until the ignition
switch is turned OFF while the front wiper is operating at LO or HI speed.
• The wiper is operated at LO speed until the ignition switch is turned OFF if the failsafe
control is activated while the front wiper is set in the AUTO mode and the front
wiper motor is operating.
Front fog lamps Front fog lamp relay OFF
Horn Horn OFF
Ignition relay The status just before activation of fail-safe is maintained.
Starter motor Starter control relay OFF
Steering lock unit Steering lock relay OFF
Headlamp washer relay Headlamp washer relay OFF
Voltage judgment
IPDM E/R judgment Operation
Ignition relay contact side
Ignition relay excitation coil
side
ON ON Ignition relay ON normal —
OFF OFF Ignition relay OFF normal —
ON OFF Ignition relay ON stuck
• Detects DTC “B2098: IGN RELAY ON”
• Turns ON the tail lamp relay and the
daytime running light relay*for 10 minutes
OFF ON Ignition relay OFF stuck Detects DTC “B2099: IGN RELAY OFF”
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IPDM E/R (INTELLIGENT POWER DISTRIBUTION MODULE ENGINE ROOM)
NOTE:
This operation status can be confirmed on the IPDM E/R “Data Monitor” that displays “BLOCK” for the item
“WIP PROT” while the wiper is stopped.
STARTER MOTOR PROTECTION FUNCTION
IPDM E/R turns OFF the starter control relay to protect the starter motor when the starter control relay remains
active for 90 seconds.
DTC Index INFOID:0000000005406798
NOTE:
• The details of time display are as follows.
- CRNT: A malfunction is detected now.
- PAST: A malfunction was detected in the past.
• IGN counter is displayed on FFD (Freeze Frame data).
- The number is 0 when is detected now.
- The number increases like 1 → 2 ··· 38 → 39 after returning to the normal condition whenever IGN OFF →
ON.
- The number is fixed to 39 until the self-diagnosis results are erased if it is over 39.
×: Applicable
Ignition switch Front wiper switch Front wiper stop position signal
ON
OFF
The front wiper stop position signal (stop
position) cannot be input for 10 seconds.
ON
The front wiper stop position signal does
not change for 10 seconds.
CONSULT display Fail-safe Reference
No DTC is detected.
further testing
may be required.
— —
U1000: CAN COMM CIRCUIT × PCS-18
B2098: IGN RELAY ON × PCS-19
B2099: IGN RELAY OFF — PCS-20
B2108: STRG LCK RELAY ON — SEC-108
B2109: STRG LCK RELAY OFF — SEC-110
B210A: STRG LCK STATE SW — SEC-111
B210B: START CONT RLY ON — SEC-115
B210C: START CONT RLY OFF — SEC-116
B210D: STARTER RELAY ON — SEC-117
B210E: STARTER RELAY OFF — SEC-118
B210F: INTRLCK/PNP SW ON — SEC-120
B2110: INTRLCK/PNP SW OFF — SEC-123
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WIPER AND WASHER SYSTEM SYMPTOMS
FOR EUROPE
FOR EUROPE : Symptom Table INFOID:0000000005370237
CAUTION:
Perform the self-diagnosis with CONSULT-III before performing the diagnosis by symptom. Perform
the diagnosis by DTC if DTC is detected.
Symptom Probable malfunction location Inspection item
Front wiper does not
operate.
HI only
• Combination switch
• Harness between combination switch and BCM
• BCM
Combination switch
Refer to BCS-91, "Symptom
Table".
• IPDM E/R
• Harness between IPDM E/R and front wiper
motor
• Front wiper motor
Front wiper motor (HI) circuit
Refer to WW-30, "Component
Function Check".
Front wiper request signal
• BCM
• IPDM E/R
IPDM E/R DATA MONITOR
“FR WIP REQ”
LO only
• Combination switch
• Harness between combination switch and BCM
• BCM
Combination switch
Refer to BCS-91, "Symptom
Table".
• IPDM E/R
• Harness between IPDM E/R and front wiper
motor
• Front wiper motor
Front wiper motor (LO) circuit
Refer to WW-28, "Component
Function Check".
Front wiper request signal
• BCM
• IPDM E/R
IPDM E/R DATA MONITOR
“FR WIP REQ”
AUTO only
• Combination switch
• Harness between combination switch and BCM
• BCM
Combination switch
Refer to BCS-91, "Symptom
Table".
• Light & rain sensor
• Harness between light & rain sensor and BCM
• BCM
Light & rain sensor
Refer to WW-36, "Component
Function Check"
HI, LO and AUTO
SYMPTOM DIAGNOSIS
“FRONT WIPER DOES NOT OPERATE”
Refer to WW-119, "Diagnosis Procedure".
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Front wiper does not
stop.
HI only
• Combination switch
• BCM
Combination switch
Refer to BCS-91, "Symptom
Table".
Front wiper request signal
• BCM
• IPDM E/R
IPDM E/R DATA MONITOR
“FR WIP REQ”
IPDM E/R —
LO only
• Combination switch
• BCM
Combination switch
Refer to BCS-91, "Symptom
Table".
Front wiper request signal
• BCM
• IPDM E/R
IPDM E/R DATA MONITOR
“FR WIP REQ”
IPDM E/R —
AUTO only
• Combination switch
• BCM
Combination switch
Refer to BCS-91, "Symptom
Table".
• Light & rain sensor
• Harness between light & rain sensor and BCM
• BCM
Light & rain sensor
Refer to WW-36, "Component
Function Check"
Front wiper does not
operate normally.
Sensitivity adjustment
cannot be performed.
• Combination switch
• Harness between combination switch and BCM
• BCM
Combination switch
Refer to BCS-91, "Symptom
Table".
BCM —
Wiper is not linked to
the washer operation.
• Combination switch
• Harness between combination switch and BCM
• BCM
Combination switch
Refer to BCS-91, "Symptom
Table".
BCM —
Does not return to stop
position [Repeatedly
operates for 10 seconds
and then stops
for 20 seconds. After
that, it stops the operation.
(Fail-safe)]
• IPDM E/R
• Harness between IPDM E/R and front wiper
motor
• Front wiper motor
Front wiper auto stop signal
circuit
Refer to WW-32, "Component
Function Check".
Rear wiper does not
operate.
ON only
• Combination switch
• Harness between combination switch and BCM
• BCM
Combination switch
Refer to BCS-91, "Symptom
Table".
INT only
• Combination switch
• Harness between combination switch and BCM
• BCM
Combination switch
Refer to BCS-91, "Symptom
Table".
ON and INT
• Combination switch
• Harness between combination switch and BCM
• BCM
Combination switch
Refer to BCS-91, "Symptom
Table".
• BCM
• Harness between rear wiper motor and BCM
• Harness between rear wiper motor and ground
• Rear wiper motor
Rear wiper motor circuit
Refer to WW-38, "Component
Function Check".
Rear wiper does not
stop.
ON only
• Combination switch
• BCM
Rear wiper motor circuit
Refer to WW-38, "Component
Function Check".
INT only
• Combination switch
• BCM
Combination switch
Refer to BCS-91, "Symptom
Table".
Symptom Probable malfunction location Inspection item
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FOR RUSSIA : Symptom Table INFOID:0000000006054694
CAUTION:
Perform the self-diagnosis with CONSULT-III before performing the diagnosis by symptom. Perform
the diagnosis by DTC if DTC is detected.
Rear wiper does not
operate normally.
Wiper is not linked to
the washer operation.
• Combination switch
• Harness between rear wiper motor and BCM
• BCM
Combination switch
Refer to BCS-91, "Symptom
Table".
BCM —
Rear wiper does not
return to the stop position
[Stops after a fivesecond
operation.
(Fail-safe)]
• BCM
• Harness between rear wiper motor and BCM
• Rear wiper motor
Rear wiper auto stop signal
circuit
Refer to WW-40, "Component
Function Check".
Rear wiper does not
operate even when selector
lever is shifted to
the “R”. (AT models)
Shift position signal (CAN communication)
• BCM
• TCM
TCM DATA MONITOR
“SLCT LVR POSI”
Rear wiper does not
operate even when
shift lever is shifted to
the “R”. (MT models)
Back-up lamp switch signal
• BCM
• Back-up lamp switch
Back-up lamp switch
Refer to TM-14, "Component
Inspection".
Headlamp washer
does not operate.
Headlamp washer
does not operate with
the front washer when
headlamps are turned
ON.
• Combination switch
• Harness between combination switch and BCM
• BCM
• Headlamp washer pump
Combination switch
Refer to BCS-91, "Symptom
Table".
• Fusible link
• Harness between fusible link and headlamp
washer relay
• Headlamp washer relay
• Harness between headlamp washer relay and
IPDM E/R
• IPDM E/R
• Harness between headlamp washer relay and
headlamp washer pump
• Harness between headlamp washer pump and
ground
• Headlamp washer pump
Headlamp washer circuit
Refer to WW-45, "Component
Function Check".
BCM —
Symptom Probable malfunction location Inspection item
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Symptom Probable malfunction location Inspection item
Front wiper does not
operate.
HI only
• Combination switch
• Harness between combination switch and BCM
• BCM
Combination switch
Refer to BCS-91, "Symptom
Table".
• IPDM E/R
• Harness between IPDM E/R and front wiper
motor
• Front wiper motor
Front wiper motor (HI) circuit
Refer to WW-30, "Component
Function Check".
Front wiper request signal
• BCM
• IPDM E/R
IPDM E/R DATA MONITOR
“FR WIP REQ”
LO and AUTO
• Combination switch
• Harness between combination switch and BCM
• BCM
Combination switch
Refer to BCS-91, "Symptom
Table".
• IPDM E/R
• Harness between IPDM E/R and front wiper
motor
• Front wiper motor
Front wiper motor (LO) circuit
Refer to WW-28, "Component
Function Check".
Front wiper request signal
• BCM
• IPDM E/R
IPDM E/R DATA MONITOR
“FR WIP REQ”
AUTO only
(Auto operation)
• Combination switch
• Harness between combination switch and BCM
• BCM
Combination switch
Refer to BCS-91, "Symptom
Table".
• Light &rain sensor
• Harness between light & rain sensor and BCM
• BCM
Light &rain sensor
Refer to WW-36, "Component
Function Check".
HI, LO and AUTO
SYMPTOM DIAGNOSIS
“FRONT WIPER DOES NOT OPERATE”
Refer to WW-119, "Diagnosis Procedure".
Front wiper does not
stop.
HI only
• Combination switch
• BCM
Combination switch
Refer to BCS-91, "Symptom
Table".
Front wiper request signal
• BCM
• IPDM E/R
IPDM E/R DATA MONITOR
“FR WIP REQ”
IPDM E/R —
LO only
• Combination switch
• BCM
Combination switch
Refer to BCS-91, "Symptom
Table".
Front wiper request signal
• BCM
• IPDM E/R
IPDM E/R DATA MONITOR
“FR WIP REQ”
IPDM E/R —
AUTO only
(Auto operation)
• Combination switch
• BCM
Combination switch
Refer to BCS-91, "Symptom
Table".
• Light &rain sensor
• Harness between light & rain sensor and BCM
• BCM
Light &rain sensor
Refer to WW-36, "Component
Function Check".
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Front wiper does not
operate normally.
Sensitivity adjustment
cannot be performed.
• Combination switch
• Harness between combination switch and BCM
• BCM
Combination switch
Refer to BCS-91, "Symptom
Table".
BCM —
Wiper is not linked to
the washer operation.
• Combination switch
• Harness between combination switch and BCM
• BCM
Combination switch
Refer to BCS-91, "Symptom
Table".
BCM —
Does not return to stop
position. [Repeatedly
operates for 10 seconds
and then stops
for 20 seconds. After
that, it stops the operation.
(Fail-safe)]
• IPDM E/R
• Harness between IPDM E/R and front wiper
motor
• Front wiper motor
Front wiper auto stop signal
circuit
Refer to WW-32, "Component
Function Check".
Rear wiper does not
operate.
ON only
• Combination switch
• Harness between combination switch and BCM
• BCM
Combination switch
Refer to BCS-91, "Symptom
Table".
INT only
• Combination switch
• Harness between combination switch and BCM
• BCM
Combination switch
Refer to BCS-91, "Symptom
Table".
ON and INT
• Combination switch
• Harness between combination switch and BCM
• BCM
Combination switch
Refer to BCS-91, "Symptom
Table".
• BCM
• Harness between rear wiper motor and BCM
• Harness between rear wiper motor and ground
• Rear wiper motor
Combination switch
Refer to BCS-91, "Symptom
Table".
Rear wiper does not
stop.
ON only
• Combination switch
• BCM
Rear wiper motor circuit
Refer to WW-38, "Component
Function Check".
INT only
• Combination switch
• BCM
Combination switch
Refer to BCS-91, "Symptom
Table".
Rear wiper does not
operate normally.
Wiper is not linked to
the washer operation.
• Combination switch
• Harness between rear wiper motor and BCM
• BCM
Combination switch
Refer to BCS-91, "Symptom
Table".
BCM —
Rear wiper does not
return to the stop position.
[Stops after a fivesecond
operation.
(Fail-safe)]
• BCM
• Harness between rear wiper motor and BCM
• Rear wiper motor
Rear wiper auto stop signal
circuit
Refer to WW-40, "Component
Function Check".
Rear wiper does not
operate even when selector
lever is shifted to
the “R”.
Shift position signal (CAN communication)
• BCM
• TCM
TCM DATA MONITOR
“SLCT LVR POSI”
Symptom Probable malfunction location Inspection item
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NORMAL OPERATING CONDITION
NORMAL OPERATING CONDITION
Description INFOID:0000000004965919
FRONT WIPER MOTOR PROTECTION FUNCTION
• IPDM E/R may stop the front wiper to protect the front wiper motor if any obstruction (operation resistance)
such as a large amount of snow is detected during the front wiper operation.
• At that time turn OFF the front wiper and remove the foreign object. Then wait for approximately 20 seconds
or more and reactivate the front wiper. The wiper will operate normally.
REAR WIPER MOTOR PROTECTION FUNCTION
• BCM may stop rear wiper to protect the rear wiper motor when the rear wiper is stopped for 5 seconds or
more due to a snowfall.
• Rear wiper operates normally one minute after the obstacles are removed with rear wiper OFF.
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FRONT WIPER DOES NOT OPERATE
Description INFOID:0000000005370238
The front wiper does not operate under any operating conditions.
Diagnosis Procedure INFOID:0000000005370239
1.CHECK WIPER RELAY OPERATION
IPDM E/R AUTO ACTIVE TEST
1. Start IPDM E/R auto active test. Refer to PCS-13, "Diagnosis Description".
2. Check that the front wiper operates at the LO/HI operation.
CONSULT-III ACTIVE TEST
1. Select “FRONT WIPER” of IPDM E/R active test item.
2. With operating the test item, check that front wiper LO/HI operation and OFF.
Does the front wiper operate?
YES >> GO TO 5.
NO >> GO TO 2.
2.CHECK FRONT WIPER MOTOR FUSE
1. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
2. Check that the front wiper motor 30A (#60) fuse is not fusing.
Is the fuse fusing?
YES >> Replace the fuse after repairing the applicable circuit.
NO >> GO TO 3.
3.CHECK FRONT WIPER MOTOR (GND) OPEN CIRCUIT
Check front wiper motor (GND) open circuit. Refer to WW-34, "Diagnosis Procedure".
Does continuity exist?
YES >> GO TO 4.
NO >> Repair the harnesses or connectors.
4.CHECK FRONT WIPER MOTOR OUTPUT VOLTAGE
CONSULT-III ACTIVE TEST
1. Disconnect front wiper motor connector.
2. Turn the ignition switch ON.
3. Select “FRONT WIPER” of IPDM E/R active test item.
4. With operating the test item, check voltage between IPDM E/R harness connector and ground.
Is the measurement normal?
YES >> Replace front wiper motor.
NO >> Replace IPDM E/R.
Lo : Front wiper LO operation
Hi : Front wiper HI operation
Off : Stop the front wiper.
Terminals
Test item
Voltage (Approx.)
(+) (−)
IPDM E/R
Ground
FRONT WIPER
Connector Terminal
E5
4
Lo Battery voltage
Off 0 V
5
Hi Battery voltage
Off 0 V
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5.CHECK FRONT WIPER REQUEST SIGNAL INPUT
CONSULT-III DATA MONITOR
1. Select “FR WIP REQ” of IPDM E/R data monitor item.
2. Switch the front wiper switch to HI and LO.
3. With operating the front wiper switch, check the monitor status.
Is the status of item normal?
YES >> Replace IPDM E/R.
NO >> GO TO 6.
6.CHECK COMBINATION SWITCH
Perform the inspection of the combination switch. Refer to BCS-91, "Symptom Table".
Is combination switch normal?
YES >> Replace BCM. Refer to BCS-94, "Exploded View".
NO >> Repair or replace the applicable parts.
Monitor item Condition Monitor status
FR WIPER REQ
Front wiper switch HI
ON Hi
OFF Stop
Front wiper switch LO
ON Low
OFF Stop
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FOR RUSSIA
FOR RUSSIA : Description INFOID:0000000006062123
Headlamp washer does not operate with headlamp washer switch nor is linked to front washer operation.
FOR RUSSIA : Diagnosis Procedure INFOID:0000000006062124
1.CHECK HEADLAMP WASHER CIRCUIT
Check headlamp washer circuit. Refer to WW-45, "Component Function Check".
Is headlamp washer circuit normal?
YES >> GO TO 2.
NO >> Repair or replace the applicable parts.
2.CHECK HEADLAMP WASHER SWITCH
Check headlamp washer switch. Refer to WW-43, "Component Function Check".
Is headlamp washer circuit normal?
YES >> GO TO 3.
NO >> Repair or replace the applicable parts.
3.CHECK HEADLAMP WASHER REQUEST SIGNAL INPUT
CONSULT-III DATA MONITOR
1. Turn the lighting switch to 2ND.
2. Select “HL WASHER REQ” of IPDM E/R data monitor item.
3. With operating the headlamp washer switch, check the status of “HL WASHER REQ”.
Is the status of item normal?
YES >> Replace IPDM E/R.
NO >> Replace BCM. Refer to BCS-94, "Removal and Installation".
Monitor item Condition Monitor status
HL WASHER REQ
Headlamp
washer switch
While pressing On
While not pressing Off
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PRECAUTIONS
PRECAUTION
PRECAUTIONS
FOR RUSSIA
FOR RUSSIA : Precaution for Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) "AIR BAG" and
"SEAT BELT PRE-TENSIONER" INFOID:0000000006133910
The Supplemental Restraint System such as “AIR BAG” and “SEAT BELT PRE-TENSIONER”, used along
with a front seat belt, helps to reduce the risk or severity of injury to the driver and front passenger for certain
types of collision. This system includes seat belt switch inputs and dual stage front air bag modules. The SRS
system uses the seat belt switches to determine the front air bag deployment, and may only deploy one front
air bag, depending on the severity of a collision and whether the front occupants are belted or unbelted.
Information necessary to service the system safely is included in the “SRS AIR BAG” and “SEAT BELT” of this
Service Manual.
WARNING:
• To avoid rendering the SRS inoperative, which could increase the risk of personal injury or death in
the event of a collision that would result in air bag inflation, all maintenance must be performed by
an authorized NISSAN/INFINITI dealer.
• Improper maintenance, including incorrect removal and installation of the SRS, can lead to personal
injury caused by unintentional activation of the system. For removal of Spiral Cable and Air Bag
Module, see the “SRS AIR BAG”.
• Do not use electrical test equipment on any circuit related to the SRS unless instructed to in this
Service Manual. SRS wiring harnesses can be identified by yellow and/or orange harnesses or harness
connectors.
PRECAUTIONS WHEN USING POWER TOOLS (AIR OR ELECTRIC) AND HAMMERS
WARNING:
• When working near the Air Bag Diagnosis Sensor Unit or other Air Bag System sensors with the
ignition ON or engine running, DO NOT use air or electric power tools or strike near the sensor(s)
with a hammer. Heavy vibration could activate the sensor(s) and deploy the air bag(s), possibly
causing serious injury.
• When using air or electric power tools or hammers, always switch the ignition OFF, disconnect the
battery, and wait at least 3 minutes before performing any service.
FOR RUSSIA : Precaution Necessary for Steering Wheel Rotation after Battery Disconnect
INFOID:0000000006133911
NOTE:
• Before removing and installing any control units, first turn the push-button ignition switch to the LOCK position,
then disconnect both battery cables.
• After finishing work, confirm that all control unit connectors are connected properly, then re-connect both
battery cables.
• Always use CONSULT-III to perform self-diagnosis as a part of each function inspection after finishing work.
If a DTC is detected, perform trouble diagnosis according to self-diagnosis results.
For vehicle with steering lock unit, if the battery is disconnected or discharged, the steering wheel will lock and
cannot be turned.
If turning the steering wheel is required with the battery disconnected or discharged, follow the operation procedure
below before starting the repair operation.
OPERATION PROCEDURE
1. Connect both battery cables.
NOTE:
Supply power using jumper cables if battery is discharged.
2. Turn the push-button ignition switch to ACC position.
(At this time, the steering lock will be released.)
3. Disconnect both battery cables. The steering lock will remain released with both battery cables disconnected
and the steering wheel can be turned.
4. Perform the necessary repair operation.
PRECAUTIONS
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5. When the repair work is completed, re-connect both battery cables. With the brake pedal released, turn
the push-button ignition switch from ACC position to ON position, then to LOCK position. (The steering
wheel will lock when the push-button ignition switch is turned to LOCK position.)
6. Perform self-diagnosis check of all control units using CONSULT-III.
FOR RUSSIA : Precaution for Procedure without Cowl Top Cover INFOID:0000000006133916
When performing the procedure after removing cowl top cover, cover
the lower end of windshield with urethane, etc.
EXCEPT FOR RUSSIA
EXCEPT FOR RUSSIA : Precaution for Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) "AIR
BAG" and "SEAT BELT PRE-TENSIONER" INFOID:0000000006134181
The Supplemental Restraint System such as “AIR BAG” and “SEAT BELT PRE-TENSIONER”, used along
with a front seat belt, helps to reduce the risk or severity of injury to the driver and front passenger for certain
types of collision. Information necessary to service the system safely is included in the “SRS AIR BAG” and
“SEAT BELT” of this Service Manual.
WARNING:
• To avoid rendering the SRS inoperative, which could increase the risk of personal injury or death in
the event of a collision which would result in air bag inflation, all maintenance must be performed by
an authorized NISSAN/INFINITI dealer.
• Improper maintenance, including incorrect removal and installation of the SRS, can lead to personal
injury caused by unintentional activation of the system. For removal of Spiral Cable and Air Bag
Module, see the “SRS AIR BAG”.
• Do not use electrical test equipment on any circuit related to the SRS unless instructed to in this
Service Manual. SRS wiring harnesses can be identified by yellow and/or orange harnesses or harness
connectors.
PRECAUTIONS WHEN USING POWER TOOLS (AIR OR ELECTRIC) AND HAMMERS
WARNING:
• When working near the Air Bag Diagnosis Sensor Unit or other Air Bag System sensors with the
ignition ON or engine running, DO NOT use air or electric power tools or strike near the sensor(s)
with a hammer. Heavy vibration could activate the sensor(s) and deploy the air bag(s), possibly
causing serious injury.
• When using air or electric power tools or hammers, always switch the ignition OFF, disconnect the
battery, and wait at least 3 minutes before performing any service.
EXCEPT FOR RUSSIA : Precaution Necessary for Steering Wheel Rotation after Battery
Disconnect INFOID:0000000006133914
NOTE:
• Before removing and installing any control units, first turn the push-button ignition switch to the LOCK position,
then disconnect both battery cables.
• After finishing work, confirm that all control unit connectors are connected properly, then re-connect both
battery cables.
• Always use CONSULT-III to perform self-diagnosis as a part of each function inspection after finishing work.
If a DTC is detected, perform trouble diagnosis according to self-diagnosis results.
For vehicle with steering lock unit, if the battery is disconnected or discharged, the steering wheel will lock and
cannot be turned.
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PRECAUTIONS
If turning the steering wheel is required with the battery disconnected or discharged, follow the operation procedure
below before starting the repair operation.
OPERATION PROCEDURE
1. Connect both battery cables.
NOTE:
Supply power using jumper cables if battery is discharged.
2. Turn the push-button ignition switch to ACC position.
(At this time, the steering lock will be released.)
3. Disconnect both battery cables. The steering lock will remain released with both battery cables disconnected
and the steering wheel can be turned.
4. Perform the necessary repair operation.
5. When the repair work is completed, re-connect both battery cables. With the brake pedal released, turn
the push-button ignition switch from ACC position to ON position, then to LOCK position. (The steering
wheel will lock when the push-button ignition switch is turned to LOCK position.)
6. Perform self-diagnosis check of all control units using CONSULT-III.
EXCEPT FOR RUSSIA : Precaution for Battery Service (for V9X Models) INFOID:0000000006133915
When disconnect the battery cable, pay attention to the following.
• Always use a 12 volt battery as power source.
• Do not attempt to disconnect battery cables while engine is running.
• Before disconnecting battery cables, turn ignition switch OFF
and wait at least 4 minutes.
• After high-load driving, turn the ignition switch OFF and wait
for at least 15 minutes to remove the battery cable.
NOTE:
Turbocharger cooling pump may operate in a few minutes after the
ignition switch is turned OFF.
EXCEPT FOR RUSSIA : Precaution for Procedure without Cowl Top Cover
INFOID:0000000006133917
When performing the procedure after removing cowl top cover, cover
the lower end of windshield with urethane, etc.
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HEADLAMP WASHER NOZZLE AND TUBE
Exploded View INFOID:0000000004965926
Hydraulic Layout INFOID:0000000004965927
Removal and Installation INFOID:0000000004965928
REMOVAL
1. Headlamp washer nozzle cover 2. Headlamp washer nozzle assembly 3. Headlamp washer nozzle bracket
4. Headlamp washer nozzle retainer
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1. Headlamp washer nozzle assembly
(LH)
2. Headlamp washer tube 3. Headlamp washer nozzle assembly
(RH)
A. Headlamp washer tube joint
: Clip
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1. Pull out the headlamp washer nozzle from the bumper, disengage
pawl (A), and remove the headlamp washer nozzle cover
(1).
2. Remove the front bumper fascia. Refer to EXT-15, "Exploded
View".
3. Disconnect the headlamp washer tube joint.
4. Remove the headlamp washer nozzle retainer.
5. Remove the headlamp washer nozzle bracket.
6. Remove the headlamp washer nozzle from the front bumper
fascia.
INSTALLATION
Install in the reverse order of removal.
Inspection INFOID:0000000004965929
HEADLAMP WASHER NOZZLE SPRAY POSITION INSPECTION
• Check that the headlamp washer injection is certainly on the headlamp
illuminating area.
• Check the headlamp washer tube and headlamp washer nozzle leakages.
• Check the headlamp washer nozzle spray angle.
Outside (A)
Inside (B)
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1. Headlamp washer nozzle (outside) 2. Headlamp washer nozzle (inside)
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a : 0° ± 3°
b : 60° ± 3°
c : 60° ± 3°
d : 5° ± 3°
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NOTE:
This drawing shows the parts of the headlamp washer nozzle (LH). The headlamp washer nozzle (RH) is
symmetrical of this drawing.
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WASHER TANK
WASHER TANK
Exploded View INFOID:0000000004965930
Removal and Installation INFOID:0000000004965931
REMOVAL
1. Remove the engine room cover RH (for VK50VE engine). Refer to EM-174, "Exploded View".
2. Remove the clip (A).
3. Pull out the washer tank inlet (1) from the washer tank.
4. Remove the front bumper fascia. Refer to EXT-15, "Exploded
View".
5. Disconnect the washer pump connector.
6. Disconnect the headlamp washer pump connector.
7. Disconnect the washer level switch connector.
8. Disconnect the front washer tube and rear washer tube.
9. Disconnect the headlamp washer tube joint.
10. Remove the washer tank mounting bolts.
11. Remove the washer tank from the vehicle.
INSTALLATION
Install in the reverse order of removal.
CAUTION:
Add water up to the top of the washer tank inlet after installing. Check that there is no leakage.
1. Washer tank inlet 2. Washer tank
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Exploded View INFOID:0000000004965932
Removal and Installation INFOID:0000000004965933
REMOVAL
1. Remove the fender protector RH (front). Refer to EXT-28, "FENDER PROTECTOR : Exploded View".
2. Disconnect the washer pump connector.
3. Disconnect the front washer tube and rear washer tube.
4. Remove the washer pump from the washer tank.
5. Remove the packing from the washer tank.
INSTALLATION
Install in the reverse order of removal.
CAUTION:
Never twist the packing when installing the washer pump.
1. Washer pump connector 2. Rear washer tube 3. Washer pump
4. Front washer tube 5. Packing 6. Washer tank
: Vehicle front
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HEADLAMP WASHER PUMP
HEADLAMP WASHER PUMP
Exploded View INFOID:0000000004965934
Removal and Installation INFOID:0000000004965935
REMOVAL
1. Remove the fender protector RH (front). Refer to EXT-28, "FENDER PROTECTOR : Exploded View".
2. Disconnect the headlamp washer pump connector.
3. Disconnect the headlamp washer tube joint.
4. Remove the headlamp washer pump from the washer tank.
5. Remove the packing from the washer tank.
INSTALLATION
Install in the reverse order of removal.
CAUTION:
Never twist the packing when installing the washer pump.
1. Washer tank 2. Headlamp washer pump connector 3. Headlamp washer pump
4. Packing
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Removal and Installation INFOID:0000000004965936
The washer level switch must be replaced together with the washer tank as an assembly. Refer to WW-128,
"Removal and Installation".
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FRONT WASHER NOZZLE AND TUBE
FRONT WASHER NOZZLE AND TUBE
Hydraulic Layout INFOID:0000000004965937
Removal and Installation INFOID:0000000005405081
REMOVAL
1. Open the hood.
2. Use the stop point of washer nozzle (1) as the support point and
rotate nozzle to remove it from body, while pushing nozzle spray
point side along the hood.
3. Disconnect the washer tube (2) from the washer nozzle.
INSTALLATION
1. Connect the washer tube into the washer nozzle.
2. Install the washer nozzle to the hood.
3. Adjust the washer nozzle spray position. Refer to WW-132, "Inspection and Adjustment".
CAUTION:
The spray positions differ. Check that left and right nozzles are installed correctly.
Inspection and Adjustment INFOID:0000000005405082
INSPECTION
Washer Nozzle Inspection
1. Front washer tube 2. Front washer nozzle 3. Front washer tube
4. Washer tank
: Clip A
: Clip B
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Check that air can pass through the hose by blowing forward (toward
the nozzle), and check that air cannot pass through by sucking.
ADJUSTMENT
Washer Nozzle Spray Position Adjustment
Adjust spray positions to match the positions shown in the figure.
Unit: mm (in)
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1. Black printed frame line
: Spray area
: Target spray position
Spray position H L X Y S
A 204 (8.03) 486 (19.13) 80 (3.15) 226 (8.90) 79 (3.11)
B 274 (10.79) 358 (14.09) 80 (3.15) 319 (12.56) 99 (3.90)
C 274 (10.79) 124 (4.88) 80 (3.15) 332 (13.07) 96 (3.78)
D 269 (10.59) 126 (4.96) 80 (3.15) 304 (11.97) 93 (3.66)
E 298 (11.73) 253 (9.96) 80 (3.15) 332 (13.07) 94 (3.70)
F 239 (9.41) 466 (18.35) 80 (3.15) 295 (11.61) 91 (3.58)
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Insert a needle or similar object (A) into the spray opening (1) and
move up/down and left/right to adjust the spray position.
NOTE:
If wax or dust gets into the nozzle, remove wax or dust with a needle
or small pin.
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Exploded View INFOID:0000000004965940
Removal and Installation INFOID:0000000004965941
REMOVAL
1. Operate the front wiper to move it to the auto stop position.
2. Open the hood.
3. Remove the front wiper arm caps.
4. Remove the front wiper arm mounting nuts.
5. Raise front wiper arm, and remove front wiper arm from the vehicle.
INSTALLATION
1. Clean wiper arm mount as shown in the figure to prevent nuts
from being loosened.
2. Operate the front wiper motor to move the front wiper to the auto
stop position.
3. Adjust the front wiper blade position. Refer to WW-135, "Adjustment".
4. Install the front wiper arm by tightening the mounting nuts.
5. Inject the washer fluid.
6. Operate the front wiper to move it to the auto stop position.
7. Check that the front wiper blades stop at the specified position.
8. Install the front wiper arm caps.
Adjustment INFOID:0000000004965942
WIPER BLADE POSITION ADJUSTMENT
Clearance between the end of cowl top cover and the top of wiper blade center
1. Front wiper blade (RH) 2. Front wiper arm (RH) 3. Front wiper blade (LH)
4. Front wiper arm (LH) 5. Front wiper arm cap
Refer to GI-4, "Components" for symbols in the figure.
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Standard clearance
Passenger side (A) : 72.2 ± 7.5 mm (2.843 ± 0.295 in)
Driver side (B) : 60.6 ± 7.5 mm (2.386 ± 0.295 in)
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Exploded View INFOID:0000000005405075
Removal and Installation INFOID:0000000005405076
REMOVAL
Remove the wiper blade from the wiper arm.
INSTALLATION
Install the front wiper blade to the wiper arm.
Replacement INFOID:0000000005405077
1. Hold the rip of old wiper refill (1) at the rear end of the wiper
blade with long-nose pliers, and pull out the wiper refill to the
direction (A).
2. Insert the tip of new wiper refill (1) into the rear end of wiper
blade. Slide the wiper refill to the direction (A) while pressing the
wiper refill onto the wiper blade rear end.
NOTE:
• Insert the wiper refill to be held securely by tab (B) of wiper
blade.
• After the wiper refill is fully inserted, remove the holder* (2).
*: Attached to service parts.
1. Wiper refill 2. Wiper blade 3. Wiper arm
A. Wiper blade end B. Wiper blade tip
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3. Inert the wiper refill until the stopper at the rear end of wiper refill
fits in the tab. Check that “LOCK” mark on wiper refill is aligned
with “ ” mark on wiper blade.
4. Untwist the twisted wiper refill ( ) at the rear end of wiper
blade, if any.
5. Check the following items after replacing wiper refill.
• Wiper refill is not twisted at all.
• Wiper refill thoroughly fits in the tab on wiper blade.
• Wiper refill is inserted from the proper direction.
NOTE:
When the vertebra is detached.
• Insert the vertebra (1) into the wiper blade to the same bending
direction.
• If a vertebra has a notch, fit it to a protrusion inside the wiper refill.
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Exploded View INFOID:0000000004965944
REMOVAL
DISASSEMBLY
Removal and Installation INFOID:0000000004965945
REMOVAL
1. Remove the front wiper arm. Refer to WW-135, "Exploded View".
2. Remove the cowl top cover. Refer to EXT-25, "Exploded View".
3. Remove the bolts from the front wiper drive assembly.
1. Front wiper drive assembly
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1. Front wiper linkage 1 2. Shaft seal 3. Front wiper motor
4. Front wiper frame 5. Front wiper linkage 2
: Multi−purpose grease or an equivalent.
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4. Disconnect the front wiper motor connector.
5. Remove the front wiper drive assembly from the vehicle.
INSTALLATION
1. Install the front wiper drive assembly to the vehicle.
2. Connect the front wiper motor connector.
3. Operate the front wiper to move it to the auto stop position.
4. Install the cowl top cover. Refer to EXT-25, "Exploded View".
5. Install the front wiper arms. Refer to WW-135, "Exploded View".
Disassembly and Assembly INFOID:0000000004965946
DISASSEMBLY
1. Remove the front wiper linkage 1 and 2 from the front wiper drive assembly.
CAUTION:
Never bend the linkage or damage the plastic part of the ball joint when removing the wiper linkage.
2. Remove the front wiper motor mounting screws, and then remove the front wiper motor from the front
wiper frame.
ASSEMBLY
1. Connect the front wiper motor connector.
2. Operate the front wiper to move it to the auto stop position.
3. Disconnect the front wiper motor connector.
4. Install the front wiper motor to the front wiper frame.
5. Install the front wiper linkage 2 to the front wiper motor and the front wiper frame.
6. Install the front wiper linkage 1 to the front wiper frame.
CAUTION:
• Never drop front wiper motor or cause it to come into contact with other parts.
• Be careful for the grease condition at the front wiper motor and front wiper linkage joint
(retainer). Apply Multi−purpose grease or an equivalent if necessary.
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Exploded View INFOID:0000000004965947
CAUTION:
When the light & rain sensor is removed from windshield, the light & rain sensor cannot be re-used.
REMOVAL
Removal and Installation INFOID:0000000004965948
REMOVAL
1. Remove the inside mirror cover (LH and RH).
2. Disengage the both sides of metal spring clips, and remove the light & rain sensor from the windshield.
3. Disconnect the light & rain sensor connector.
INSTALLATION
Install in the reverse order of removal.
CAUTION:
• Surface of windshield should be cleaned.
• Never touch gel/adhesive of new part.
• Lock the metal spring clips and install the light & rain sensor securely.
1. Light & rain sensor connector 2. Inside mirror cover (LH) 3. Inside mirror cover (RH)
4. Light & rain sensor
A. Metal spring clip
Refer to GI-4, "Components" for symbols in the figure.
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WIPER AND WASHER SWITCH
WIPER AND WASHER SWITCH
Exploded View INFOID:0000000004965949
Refer to BCS-95, "Exploded View".
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Exploded View INFOID:0000000004965950
Removal and Installation INFOID:0000000004965951
REMOVAL
1. Operate the rear wiper to the auto stop position.
2. Remove the rear wiper arm cover.
3. Remove the rear wiper arm mounting nut.
4. Remove wiper arm from the vehicle.
INSTALLATION
1. Clean wiper arm mount as shown in the figure to prevent nut
from being loosened.
2. Operate the rear wiper motor to the auto stop position.
3. Adjust the rear wiper blade position. Refer to WW-143, "Adjustment".
4. Install the rear wiper arm by tightening the mounting nut.
5. Inject the washer fluid.
6. Operate the rear wiper to the auto stop position.
7. Check that the rear wiper blades stop at the specified position.
8. Install the rear wiper arm cover.
Adjustment INFOID:0000000004965952
REAR WIPER BLADE POSITION ADJUSTMENT
Clearance between the end of back door glass and the top of wiper blade center.
1. Rear wiper blade 2. Rear wiper motor 3. Pivot seal
4. Rear wiper arm 5. Rear wiper arm cover
Refer to GI-4, "Components" for symbols in the figure.
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Standard clearance
L : 51.5 ± 7.5 mm (2.028 ± 0.295 in)
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Exploded View INFOID:0000000004965953
Removal and Installation INFOID:0000000004965954
REMOVAL
1. Remove the rear wiper arm. Refer to WW-143, "Removal and Installation".
2. Remove the back door finisher inner. Refer to INT-42, "Exploded View".
3. Disconnect the rear wiper motor connector.
4. Remove the rear wiper motor mounting bolts.
5. Remove the rear wiper motor from the vehicle.
6. Remove the pivot seal.
INSTALLATION
1. Install the pivot seal.
2. Install the rear wiper motor to the vehicle.
3. Connect the rear wiper motor connector.
4. Operate the rear wiper to the auto stop position.
5. Install the back door finisher inner. Refer to INT-42, "Exploded View".
6. Install the rear wiper arm. Refer to WW-143, "Removal and Installation".
1. Rear wiper blade 2. Rear wiper motor 3. Pivot seal
4. Rear wiper arm 5. Rear wiper arm cover
Refer to GI-4, "Components" for symbols in the figure.
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REAR WASHER NOZZLE AND TUBE
Hydraulic Layout INFOID:0000000004965955
Removal and Installation INFOID:0000000004965956
REMOVAL
1. Remove the high-mounted stop lamp. Refer to EXL-236, "Exploded View".
1. Rear washer nozzle 2. Rear washer tube 3. Washer tank
: Clip
: Grommet
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2. Push pawl (A), and remove the rear washer nozzle (1) from the
back door.
3. Disconnect the rear washer tube from the rear washer nozzle.
INSTALLATION
Install in the reverse order of removal.
Inspection and Adjustment INFOID:0000000004965957
INSPECTION
Washer Nozzle Inspection
Check that air can pass through the hose by blowing forward (toward
the nozzle), and check that air cannot pass through by sucking.
ADJUSTMENT
Washer Nozzle Spray Position adjustment
Adjust spray positions to match the positions shown in the figure.
Unit: mm (in)
Insert a needle or similar object (A) into the spray opening (1) and
move up/down and left/right to adjust the spray position.
NOTE:
If wax or dust gets into the nozzle, remove wax or dust with a needle
or small pin.
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1 : Black printed frame line
Spray position H : Height φ : Spray position area
A 23.1 (0.91) 30 (1.18)
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HEADLAMP WASHER SWITCH
Exploded View INFOID:0000000006055128
Removal and Installation INFOID:0000000006055129
REMOVAL
1. Remove instrument lower panel LH.
• A/T MODELS: Refer to IP-15, "A/T MODELS : Removal and Installation".
• M/T MODELS: Refer to IP-27, "M/T MODELS : Removal and Installation".
2. Disengage the pawls, and then remove the headlamp washer switch from the instrument driver lower
panel.
INSTALLATION
Install in the reverse order of removal.
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