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Procedures necessary when ECU or other parts are replaced

Procedures necessary when ECU or other parts are replaced 
Replacement Part
Necessary Procedures
Effects / Inoperative Functions When Necessary Procedures are not Performed
Notes
Fuel injector (1VD-FTV)
Injector compensation code registration
DTC B1603 is output
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Fuel supply pump (1VD-FTV)
ECM initialization
Engine starting
-
ECM (1VD-FTV)
ECU communication ID registration
Engine starting
-
Any of shift solenoid valves
Reset memory
Large shift shock
-
Transmission wire
Add and adjust the ATF level
Automatic transmission assembly damaged
-
Valve body and shift solenoid valve
Add and adjust the ATF level
Automatic transmission assembly damaged
-
Perform the Reset Memory (AT initialization)
Large shift shock
-
Oil cooler and oil cooler tube
Add and adjust the ATF level
Large shift shock
-
Park/neutral position switch
Adjust the park/neutral position switch
  1. Back-up light does not turn on
  2. Meter indicator display malfunction
  3. Vehicle undrivable
  4. Shifting not possible
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Transmission floor shift assembly
Adjust the shift lever position
  1. Back-up light does not turn on
  2. Meter indicator display malfunction
  3. Vehicle undrivable
  4. Shifting not possible
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Automatic transmission assembly
Add and adjust the ATF level
Automatic transmission assembly damaged
-
Perform the Reset Memory (AT initialization)
Large shift shock
-
  1. Clutch pedal (for LHD)
  2. Clutch master cylinder (for LHD)
Inspect and adjust clutch pedal
  1. Clutch slips
  2. Clutch dies not disengage
-
  1. Clutch pedal (for RHD)
  2. Clutch master cylinder (for RHD)
Inspect and adjust clutch pedal
  1. Clutch slips
  2. Clutch dies not disengage
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Suspension control ECU
Vehicle height offset calibration
Vehicle height sensor date may be affected due to installation position, or vehicle height recognition may be erroneous
After vehicle height offset calibration is performed, it is necessary to calibrate the yaw rate sensor
Height control sensor
Vehicle height offset calibration
Vehicle height sensor date may be affected due to installation position, or vehicle height recognition may be erroneous
After vehicle height offset calibration is performed, it is necessary to calibrate the yaw rate sensor
  1. Suspension
  2. Underbody components
  1. Steering angle neutral point in memory
  2. Yaw rate and G sensor zero point calibration
  1. The brake control and dynamic control systems do not operate properly
  2. VGRS system
  3. Parking assist monitor system
Removed/installed or replaced
Master cylinder solenoid
(Skid control ECU)
G sensor zero point calibration
The brake control system does not operate properly
-
G sensor
  1. Clearing zero point calibration data
  2. G sensor zero point calibration
The brake control system does not operate properly
-
Master cylinder solenoid
(Skid control ECU)
Yaw rate and G sensor zero point calibration
The brake control and dynamic control systems do not operate properly
-
Yaw rate and G sensor
  1. Clearing zero point calibration data
  2. Yaw rate and G sensor zero point calibration
The brake control and dynamic control systems do not operate properly
-
Vehicle height adjustment
  1. Clearing zero point calibration data
  2. Yaw rate and G sensor zero point calibration
  3. Steering angle sensor initialization
The brake control and dynamic control systems do not operate properly
w/ active height control system
  1. Brake pedal
  2. Hydraulic brake booster
Check brake pedal height
  1. Brake performance problem
  2. Delayed stop light illumination or continuous illumination
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  1. Parking brake lever
  2. Parking brake cable
  3. Parking brake assembly
Adjust parking brake lever travel
  1. Brake drag
  2. Brake performance problem
  3. Delayed stop light illumination or continuous illumination
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  1. Steering control ECU
  2. Steering column
  3. Steering intermediate shaft
  4. Steering actuator assembly
Calibration
  1. VGRS system
  2. DTC output
-
Steering angle sensor
Initialization
  1. VGRS system
  2. Other related systems cannot operate properly
-
Steering column
Steering off center adjustment
Steering system does not operate normally
-
Rear television camera
Rear television camera optional axis (Camera position setting)
Vehicle width extension lines and expected course are deviated
Replace or installation angle of the rear television camera changes because of the removal and installation of the rear television camera
Parking assist ECU
  1. Steering angle neutral point in memory
  2. Store the left and right maximum steering angles
  3. Rear television camera optical axis (Camera position setting)
Parking assist monitor system
Replace or installation angle of the rear television camera changes because of the removal and installation of the rear television camera
  1. ID code box
  2. Steering lock ECU
  3. Key
  4. Certification ECU
Registration
  1. Wireless door lock operation
  2. Entry operation
  3. Engine starting
  4. Steering unlock
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  1. Front Power window regulator motor LH
  2. Front Power window regulator motor RH
  3. Rear Power window regulator motor LH
  4. Rear Power window regulator motor RH
Initialize the motor
  1. Jam protection function
  2. Power window control system

  1. Sliding roof driver gear (Sliding roof ECU)
  2. Sliding roof glass
Initialize sliding roof system
  1. Auto operation
  2. Jam protection function
  3. Sliding roof operation after engine switch OFF
  4. Wireless door lock control function
  5. Key-linked operation function (Driver side door only)
  6. Entry lock switch-linked operation
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Headlight assembly
Adjustment
Beam axis deviation
-
Fog light assembly
Adjustment
Beam axis deviation
-
Front bumper
Adjustment
Beam axis deviation
-

REGISTRATION RELATED TO ECD SYSTEM


    A141119E02
  1. REGISTRATION

    NOTICE:
    1. When a fuel injector is replaced, the new fuel injector compensation code must be input into the ECM. When the ECM is replaced, all of the existing fuel injector compensation codes must be input into the new ECM.
    2. Fuel injector compensation codes are unique, 30 digit, alphanumeric values printed on the head portion of each fuel injector. If an incorrect fuel injector compensation code is input into the ECM, the engine assembly may rattle or engine idling may become rough. In addition, engine failure may occur and the life of the engine may be shortened.


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

      HINT:
      1. Each fuel injector has different fuel injection characteristics. In order to optimize the fuel injections, the ECM uses the compensation codes to balance the different fuel injections between each fuel injector.
      2. When you first turn the engine switch on (IG) after replacing the ECM or a fuel injector(s), DTC P1601 is set. This is to inform you that registration of a fuel injector compensation code(s) is/are required. Manually clear the DTC upon completion of the compensation code registration.

      1. Input the compensation code(s), which is/are imprinted on the head portion(s) of the new fuel injector(s), into the intelligent tester.
      2. Input the new compensation code(s) into the ECM using the tester.
      3. Turn the tester off and turn the engine switch off.
      4. Wait for at least 30 seconds.
      5. Turn the engine switch on (IG) and turn the tester on.
      6. Clear DTC P1601 stored in the ECM using the tester.



    2. Register compensation code.


      A169590E04

      1. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.
      2. Turn the engine switch on (IG).

        NOTICE:
        Do not start the engine.

      3. Turn the tester on.

      4. G036522E01
        Enter the following menus: Powertrain / Engine / Utility / Injector Compensation.
      5. Press Next.

      6. G036523E01
        Press Next again to proceed.

      7. G036528E01
        Select "Set Compensation Code".
      8. Press Next.

      9. A166685
        Select the number of the cylinder corresponding to the fuel injector compensation code that you want to read.
      10. Press Next.

      11. G036529E01
        Register compensation code.
        1. Press Input.

        2. A168951
          Manually input the cylinder compensation code using the keyboard on the tester screen. The code is a 30 digit, alphanumeric value printed on the injector head portion.

          HINT:
          Each fuel injector compensation code is unique. The compensation code for each selected cylinder must be input into the tester correctly.

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

      12. G036531E01
        Check that the compensation code displayed on the screen is correct by comparing it with the 30 digit alphanumeric value on the head portion of the fuel injector.

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

        HINT:
        1. If a wrong compensation code is input or read, return to the Input Value screen by pressing Input.
        2. The saving process may fail due to a problem with the wire harness or a bad connection with the DLC3. Check the wire harness and DLC3 connection. If no problem is found with either, the ECM may be malfunctioning. Check the ECM and repeat this operation.

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

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


      14. G036532E01
        If you want to continue with other compensation code registrations, press Next. To finish the registration, press Cancel.
      15. Turn the engine switch off and then turn the tester off.
      16. Wait for at least 30 seconds.
      17. Turn the engine switch on (IG) and then turn the tester on.
      18. Clear DTC P1601 stored in the ECM using the tester.



  2. READING REGISTERED DATA

    NOTICE:
    1. When a fuel injector is replaced, the new fuel injector compensation code must be input into the ECM. When the ECM is changed, all of the existing fuel injector compensation codes must be input into the new ECM.
    2. Fuel injector compensation codes are unique, 30 digit, alphanumeric values printed on the head portion of each fuel injector. If an incorrect fuel injector compensation code is input into the ECM, the engine may rattle or engine idling may become rough. In addition, engine failure may occur and the life of the engine may be shortened.


    1. When replacing ECM with a new one, input all fuel injector compensation codes into new ECM as follows:

      HINT:
      1. Each fuel injector has different fuel injection characteristics. In order to optimize the fuel injections, the ECM uses the compensation codes to balance the different fuel injections between each injector.
      2. When you first turn the engine switch on (IG) after replacing the ECM or a fuel injector(s), DTC P1601 is set. This is to inform you that registration of a fuel injector compensation codes(s) is/are required. Manually clear the DTC upon completion of the compensation code registration.

      1. Prior to replacing the ECM, read and save each fuel injector compensation code, stored in the original ECM, using the intelligent tester.
      2. After installing a new ECM, input the saved compensation codes into the new ECM using the tester.
      3. Turn the tester off and turn the engine switch off.
      4. Wait for at least 30 seconds.
      5. Turn the engine switch on (IG) and turn the tester on.
      6. Clear DTC P1601 stored in the ECM using the tester.



    2. Read and save fuel injector compensation codes.


      A169591E02

      HINT:
      The following operation is available with ECMs that can transmit the registered fuel injector compensation codes to the intelligent tester.


      1. A141119E02
        Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.
      2. Turn the engine switch on (IG).

        NOTICE:
        Do not start the engine.

      3. Turn the tester on.

      4. G036522E01
        Enter the following menus: Powertrain / Engine / Utility / Injector Compensation.
      5. Press Next.

      6. G036523E01
        Press Next again to proceed.

      7. G036524E01
        Select Read Compensation Code.
      8. Press Next.

      9. A166685
        Select the number of the cylinder corresponding to the fuel injector compensation code that you want to read.
      10. Press Next.

        HINT:
        The reading process may fail due to a problem with the wire harness or a bad connection with the DLC3. Check the wire harness and DLC3 connection. If no problem is found, the ECM may be malfunctioning. Check the ECM and restart this operation.


      11. G036526E01
        Check the fuel injector compensation code (30 digit alphanumeric value) displayed on the tester screen.
      12. Press Save.

      13. A108923E05
        Check that the compensation code displayed on the tester screen is correct.
      14. Press Save or Replace to save the fuel injector compensation code.

        HINT:
        1. The existing compensation code is overwritten with the new compensation code and is deleted from the tester.
        2. The saving process may fail due to a problem with the wire harness or a bad connection with the DLC3. Check the wire harness and DLC3 connection. If no problem is found with either, the ECM may be malfunctioning. Check the ECM and restart this operation.


      15. G036526E01
        If you want to read and save other fuel injector compensation codes for other cylinders, press Next to continue. To finish this operation, press Cancel.
      16. Turn the engine switch off.
      17. Turn the tester off.
      18. Replace the ECM.

      19. A141119E02
        Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.
      20. Turn the engine switch on (IG).

        NOTICE:
        Do not start the engine.

      21. Turn the tester on.

      22. G036522E01
        Enter the following menus: Powertrain / Engine / Utility / Injector Compensation.
      23. Press Next.

      24. G036523E01
        Press Next again to proceed.

      25. G036528E01
        Select Set Compensation Code.
      26. Press Next.

      27. A166685
        Select the number of the cylinder corresponding to the fuel injector compensation code that you want to read.
      28. Press Next.

      29. G036531E01
        Check that the compensation code displayed on the screen is correct by comparing it with the 30 digit alphanumeric value on the head portion of the fuel injector.

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

        HINT:
        1. If a wrong compensation code is input or read, return to the Input Value screen by pressing input.
        2. The saving process may fail due to a problem with the wire harness or a bad connection with the DLC3. Check the wire harness and DLC3 connection. If no problem is found with either, the ECM may be malfunctioning. Check the ECM and repeat this operation.

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

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


      31. G036532E01
        If you want to continue with other compensation code registrations, press Next. To finish the registration, press Cancel.
      32. Turn the engine switch off and then turn the tester off.
      33. Wait for at least 30 seconds.
      34. Turn the engine switch on (IG) and then turn the tester on.
      35. Clear DTC P1601 stored in the ECM using the tester.



  3. A141744E01
  4. FUEL SUPPLY PUMP INITIALIZATION PROCEDURE

    HINT:
    After replacing the supply pump and/or the ECM, the ECM learned values must be initialized.
    The engine can be initialized through the intelligent tester or by connecting DLC3 terminals.


    1. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.

    2. Turn the engine switch on (IG).

      NOTICE:
      Do not start the engine.

    3. Turn the tester on.

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

    5. Press "Next".



    6. A141745E01
    7. Press "Next".



    8. A141746E01
    9. Press "Exit".

    10. Start the engine to check if the initialization is complete. If the engine cannot be started, repeat the initialization procedures from the beginning.

    11. Idle the engine for at least 1 minute under the following conditions:

      1. The engine coolant temperature is 60°C (140°F) or more.
      2. The fuel temperature is 20°C (68°F) or more.

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

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

    12. Initialization is complete.


INITIALIZATION RELATED TO AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION SYSTEM
  1. RESET MEMORY

    NOTICE:
    1. Perform the Reset Memory (AT initialization) when replacing the automatic transmission assembly, valve body assembly or any of the shift solenoid valves.
    2. The Reset Memory can be performed only with the intelligent tester.

    HINT:
    The ECM memorizes the control conditions of the automatic transmission assembly and engine assembly. Therefore, when the automatic transmission assembly, valve body assembly or any of the shift solenoid valves has been replaced, it is necessary to reset the memory so that the ECM can memorize the new information.


    1. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.

    2. Turn the engine switch on (IG).

    3. Turn the intelligent tester on.

    4. Enter the following menus: Powertrain / Engine and ECT / Utility / Reset Memory.

      NOTICE:
      After performing the Reset Memory, be sure to perform the Road Test described earlier.

      HINT:
      The ECM learns through the Road Test.


ADJUSTMENT FOR AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION FLUID (A750F)


    C157019E01
  1. BEFORE FILLING TRANSMISSION

    1. This transmission requires Toyota Genuine ATF WS transmission fluid.
    2. After servicing the transmission, you must refill the transmission with the correct amount of fluid.
    3. Keep the vehicle level while adjusting the fluid level.
    4. Proceed to the "Transmission Pan Fill" procedures if you replaced the entire transmission, transmission pan, drain plug, valve body and/or torque converter.
    5. Proceed to the ''Transmission Fill'' procedures after removing the refill plug if you replaced the transmission hose and/or output shaft oil seal.



  2. C113723E01
  3. TRANSMISSION PAN FILL

    1. Remove the refill plug and overflow plug.

    2. Fill the transmission through the refill hole until fluid begins to trickle out of the overflow tube.

    3. Reinstall the overflow plug.



  4. TRANSMISSION FILL



      C158377
    1. w/o Air Cooled Transmission Oil Cooler (w/ ATF Warmer):
      Push the shaft of the thermostat and fix it in place.

      1. By using compressed air, etc., blow dust off of the thermostat cap to clean it.

      2. C163089E01
        Using a screwdriver, push the shaft of the thermostat.

        HINT:
        1. Pushed amount: 5.5 to 7.0 mm (0.217 to 0.276 in.)
        2. Push the shaft until the screwdriver contacts the inside step of the cap.

      3. With the shaft of the thermostat pressed, push a pin (diameter: 1.0 to 1.8 mm (0.0394 to 0.0709 in.)) into a hole on the side of the thermostat cap. Insert the pin until it passes through the hole on the other side of the thermostat cap to fix the shaft in place.

    2. Fill the transmission with the amount of fluid listed in the table below.

      Standard Capacity:
      Repair
      Fill Amount
      Transmission pan and drain plug removal
      1.7 liters (1.8 US qts, 1.5 Imp. qts)
      Transmission valve body removal
      4.3 liters (4.5 US qts, 3.8 Imp. qts)
      Torque converter removal
      5.4 liters (5.7 US qts, 4.8 Imp. qts)

    3. Reinstall the refill plug to prevent the fluid from splashing.

      HINT:
      If you cannot add the listed amount of fluid, do the following:

      1. Install the refill plug.
      2. Allow the engine to idle with the air conditioning off.
      3. Move the shift lever through the entire gear range to circulate fluid.
      4. Wait for 30 seconds with the engine idling.
      5. Stop the engine.
      6. Remove the refill plug and add fluid.
      7. Reinstall the refill plug.

  5. FLUID CIRCULATION

    1. Allow the engine to idle with the air conditioning off.

    2. Move the shift lever through the entire gear range to circulate fluid.



  6. ADJUST FLUID TEMPERATURE

    NOTICE:
    The fluid temperature can be confirmed by checking the indicator light in the meter or by using the intelligent tester. When using the intelligent tester, it is necessary to change to temperature detection mode in order to idle the vehicle appropriately.


    1. When using the intelligent tester:

      1. Turn the engine switch off.
      2. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.
      3. Turn the engine switch on (IG).
      4. for 1GR-FE:
        Enter the following menus: Powertrain / Engine and ECT / Active Test / Connect the TC and TE1.
      5. for 2UZ-FE:
        Enter the following menus: Powertrain / ECT / Active Test / Connect the TC and TE1.
      6. Enter the following menus: Powertrain / ECT / Data List / A/T Oil Temperature 1.
      7. Check the ATF temperature.

        NOTICE:
        1. If the fluid temperature is below 46°C (115°F), proceed to the next step. (Recommended ATF temperature: 38°C (100°F) or less)
        2. If the fluid temperature is 46°C (115°F) or more, turn the engine switch off and wait until the fluid temperature drops below 46°C (115°F).

      8. According to the display on the intelligent tester, perform the Active Test "Connect the TC and TE1".

        HINT:
        Indicator lights of the meter blink to output DTCs when TC and TE1 are connected.

      9. Start the engine.

        NOTICE:
        Check that electrical systems such as the air conditioning system, audio system and lighting system are off.



    2. H102392E90
    3. When not using the intelligent tester:

      SST
      09843-18040  
      1. Using SST, connect terminals 13 (TC) and 4 (CG) of the DLC3.
      2. Start the engine.

        NOTICE:
        Check that electrical systems such as the air conditioning system, audio system and lighting system are off.

        HINT:
        Indicator lights of the meter blink to output DTCs when terminals TC and CG are connected.

    4. Slowly move the shift lever from P to S, then change the gears from 1st to 6th. Then return the shift lever to P.

      HINT:
      Slowly move the shift lever to circulate the fluid through each part of the transmission.



    5. C172430E01
    6. Move the shift lever to D, and quickly move back and forth between N and D (once within 1.5 seconds) for at least 6 seconds. This will activate the fluid temperature detection mode.

      Standard condition:
      Indicator light (D) remains illuminated for 2 seconds and then turns off.

    7. When using the intelligent tester:

      1. Return the shift lever to P and press OFF on the Active Test display.

    8. When not using the intelligent tester:

      1. Return the shift lever to P and disconnect terminals 13 (TC) and 4 (CG).

    9. Allow the engine to idle until the fluid temperature reaches 38 to 46°C (100 to 115°F).

    10. The indicator (D) will come on again when the fluid temperature reaches 38°C (100°F) and will blink when it exceeds 46°C (115°F).

      Indicator Indication of ATF Temperature:

      Below Proper Temperature
      Proper Temperature
      Higher than Proper Temperature
      Data List [A/T Oil Temperature 1]
      38°C (100°F) or less
      Data List [A/T Oil Temperature 1]
      38 to 46°C (100 to 115°F)
      Data List [A/T Oil Temperature 1]
      46°C (115°F) or higher
      Indicator light (D)
      Turn off
      Indicator light (D)
      Turn on
      Indicator light (D)
      Blinking

      NOTICE:
      Perform the fluid level inspection while the indicator light is on.



  7. FLUID LEVEL CHECK

    NOTICE:
    The fluid temperature must be between 38 and 46°C (100 and 115°F) to accurately check the fluid level.




      C113723E01
    1. Remove the overflow plug with the engine idling.

    2. Check that fluid comes out of the overflow tube.
      If fluid does not come out, proceed to the "Transmission Refill" procedures.
      If fluid comes out, wait until the overflow slows to a trickle and proceed to the "Complete" procedures.

  8. TRANSMISSION REFILL

    1. Remove the overflow plug.

    2. Remove the refill plug.

    3. Add ATF into the refill hole until ATF flows from the overflow tube.

    4. Wait until the overflow slows to a trickle and proceed to the ''COMPLETE'' procedures.



  9. COMPLETE

    1. Install a new gasket and the overflow plug.

      Torque:
      20 N*m{ 204 kgf*cm , 15 ft.*lbf }

    2. Stop the engine.

    3. Install a new gasket and the refill plug.

      Torque:
      39 N*m{ 400 kgf*cm , 29 ft.*lbf }



    4. C161813E01
    5. w/o Air Cooled Transmission Oil Cooler (w/ ATF Warmer):

      1. Remove the pin.

        NOTICE:
        1. Make sure the shaft of the thermostat is protruding from the hole of the cap.
        2. Check that there is no ATF leaking from the cap hole.


ADJUSTMENT FOR AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION FLUID (AB60F)


    C161093E01
  1. BEFORE FILLING TRANSMISSION

    1. This transmission requires Toyota Genuine ATF WS transmission fluid.
    2. After servicing the transmission, you must refill the transmission with the correct amount of fluid.
    3. Keep the vehicle level while adjusting the fluid level.
    4. Proceed to the "Transmission Pan Fill" procedures if you replaced the entire transmission, transmission pan, drain plug, valve body and/or torque converter.
    5. Proceed to the "Transmission Fill" procedures after removing the refill plug if you replaced the transmission hose and/or output shaft oil seal.



  2. C161094E01
  3. TRANSMISSION PAN FILL

    1. Remove the refill plug and overflow plug.

    2. Fill the transmission through the refill hole until fluid begins to trickle out of the overflow tube.

    3. Reinstall the overflow plug.



  4. C175555
  5. TRANSMISSION FILL

    1. Push the shaft of the thermostat and fix it in place.

      1. By using compressed air, etc., blow dust off of the thermostat cap to clean it.
      2. Using a screwdriver, push the shaft of the thermostat.

        HINT:

        1. C163089E01
        2. Pushed amount: 5.5 to 7.0 mm (0.217 to 0.276 in.)
        3. Push the shaft until the screwdriver contacts the inside step of the cap.

      3. With the shaft of the thermostat pressed, push a pin (diameter: 1.0 to 1.8 mm (0.0394 to 0.0709 in.)) into a hole on the side of the thermostat cap. Insert the pin until it passes through the hole on the other side of the thermostat cap to fix the shaft in place.

    2. Fill the transmission with the amount of fluid listed in the table below.

      Standard Capacity:
      Repair
      Fill Amount
      Transmission pan and drain plug removal
      2.7 liters (2.9 US qts, 2.4 Imp. qts)
      Transmission valve body removal
      4.7 liters (5.0 US qts, 4.1 Imp. qts)
      Torque converter removal
      6.1 liters (6.4 US qts, 5.4 Imp. qts)

    3. Reinstall the refill plug to prevent the fluid from splashing.

      HINT:
      If you cannot add the listed amount of fluid, do the following:
      1. Install the refill plug.
      2. Allow the engine to idle with the air conditioning OFF.
      3. Move the shift lever through the entire gear range to circulate fluid.
      4. Wait for 30 seconds with the engine idling.
      5. Stop the engine.
      6. Remove the refill plug and add fluid.
      7. Reinstall the refill plug.

  6. FLUID CIRCULATION

    1. Allow the engine to idle with the air conditioning OFF.

    2. Move the shift lever through the entire gear range to circulate fluid.



  7. ADJUST FLUID TEMPERATURE

    NOTICE:
    The fluid temperature can be confirmed by checking the indicator light in the meter or by using the intelligent tester. When using the intelligent tester, it is necessary to change to temperature detection mode in order to idle the vehicle appropriately.


    1. When using the intelligent tester:

      1. Turn the engine switch off.
      2. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.
      3. Turn the engine switch on (IG).
      4. Enter the following menus: Powertrain / ECT / Active Test / Connect the TC and TE1.
      5. Enter the following menus: Powertrain / ECT / Data List / A/T Oil Temperature 1.
      6. Check ATF temperature.

        NOTICE:
        1. If the fluid temperature is below 46°C (115°F), proceed to the next step. (Recommended ATF temperature: 41°C (106°F) or less)
        2. If the fluid temperature is 46°C (115°F) or more, turn the engine switch off and wait until the fluid temperature drops below 46°C (115°F).

      7. According to the display on the intelligent tester, perform the Active Test "Connect the TC and TE1".

        HINT:
        Indicator lights of the combination meter blink to output DTCs when connect TC and TE1are connected.

      8. Start the engine.

        NOTICE:
        Check that electrical systems such as the air conditioning system, audio system and lighting system are off.



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    3. When not using the intelligent tester:

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

        NOTICE:
        Check that electrical systems such as the air conditioning system, audio system and lighting system are off.

        HINT:
        Indicator lights of the meter blink to output DTCs when terminals TC and CG are connected.

    4. Slowly move the shift lever from P to S, then change the gears from 1st to 6th. Then return the shift lever to P.

      HINT:
      Slowly move the shift lever to circulate the fluid through each part of the transmission.



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    6. Move the shift lever to D, and quickly move back and forth between N and D (once within 1.5 seconds) for at least 6 seconds. This will activate the fluid temperature detection mode.

      Standard condition:
      Indicator light (D) remains illuminated for 2 seconds and then turns off.

    7. When using the intelligent tester:

      1. Return the shift lever to P and press OFF on the Active Test display.

    8. When not using the intelligent tester:

      1. Return the shift lever to P and disconnect terminals 13 (TC) and 4 (CG).

    9. Allow the engine to idle until the fluid temperature reaches 41 to 46°C (106 to 115°F).

    10. The indicator (D) will come on again when the fluid temperature reaches 41°C (106°F) and will blink when it exceeds 46°C (115°F).

      Indicator Indication of ATF Temperature:

      Below Proper Temperature
      Proper Temperature
      Higher than Proper Temperature
      Data List [A/T Oil Temperature 1]
      41°C (106°F) or less
      Data List [A/T Oil Temperature 1]
      41 to 46°C (106 to 115°F)
      Data List [A/T Oil Temperature 1]
      46°C (115°F) or higher
      Indicator light (D)
      Turn off
      Indicator light (D)
      Turn on
      Indicator light (D)
      Blinking

      NOTICE:
      Perform the fluid level inspection while the indicator light is on.



  8. FLUID LEVEL CHECK

    NOTICE:
    The fluid temperature must be between 43 and 48°C (109 and 118°F) to accurately check the fluid level.




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    1. Remove the overflow plug with the engine idling.

    2. Check that fluid comes out of the overflow tube.
      If fluid does not come out, proceed to the "Transmission Refill" procedures.
      If fluid comes out, wait until the overflow slows to a trickle and proceed to the "Complete" procedures.

  9. TRANSMISSION REFILL

    1. Remove the overflow plug.

    2. Remove the refill plug and gasket.

    3. Add ATF into the refill hole until ATF flows from the overflow tube.

    4. Wait until the overflow slows to a trickle and proceed to the "Complete" procedures.



  10. COMPLETE

    1. Install a new gasket and the overflow plug.

      Torque:
      20 N*m{ 204 kgf*cm , 15 ft.*lbf }

    2. Stop the engine.

    3. Install a new gasket and the refill plug.

      Torque:
      39 N*m{ 400 kgf*cm , 29 ft.*lbf }



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    5. Remove the pin.

      NOTICE:
      1. Make sure the shaft of the thermostat is protruding from the hole of the cap.
      2. Check that there is no ATF leaking from the cap hole.


ADJUSTMENT FOR PARK/NEUTRAL POSITION SWITCH (for AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION)


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  1. ADJUST PARK/NEUTRAL POSITION SWITCH ASSEMBLY

    1. Loosen the bolt of the park/neutral position switch and move the shift lever to N.

    2. Align the groove with the neutral basic line.

    3. Hold the switch in the position described above and tighten the bolt.

      Torque:
      13 N*m{ 130 kgf*cm , 10 ft.*lbf }

    4. After the adjustment, perform the on-vehicle inspection.


ADJUSTMENT FOR CLUTCH (for LHD)


  1. INSPECT AND ADJUST CLUTCH PEDAL SUB-ASSEMBLY



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    1. Check that the clutch pedal height is correct.

      Standard Clutch Pedal Height from Tibia Pad:
      162.7 to 172.7 mm (6.41 to 6.79 in.)

    2. Adjust the clutch pedal height.

      1. Loosen the lock nut and turn the stopper bolt or clutch switch until the height is correct. Tighten the lock nut.

      Torque:
      16 N*m{ 160 kgf*cm , 12 ft.*lbf }



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    4. Check that the clutch pedal free play and push rod play are correct.

      1. Depress the clutch pedal until the clutch resistance begins to be felt.

        Standard Pedal Free Play:
        5.0 to 15.0 mm (0.197 to 0.591 in.)

      2. Gently depress the clutch pedal until the resistance begins to increase a little.

        Standard Push Rod Play at Pedal Top:
        1.0 to 5.0 mm (0.0394 to 0.197 in.)

    5. Adjust the clutch pedal free play and push rod play.

      1. Loosen the lock nut and turn the clutch push rod until the clutch pedal free play and push rod play are correct.
      2. Tighten the lock nut.
      3. After adjusting the clutch pedal free play and push rod play, check the clutch pedal height.

        Standard Clutch Pedal Height from Tibia Pad:
        162.7 to 172.7 mm (6.41 to 6.79 in.)

      Torque:
      12 N*m{ 120 kgf*cm , 9 ft.*lbf }



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    7. Check the clutch release point.

      1. Pull the parking brake lever and chock the wheels.
      2. Start the engine and allow it to idle.
      3. Without depressing the clutch pedal, slowly move the shift lever to R until the gears engage.
      4. Gradually depress the clutch pedal and measure the stroke distance from the point that the gear noise stops (release point) up to the full stroke end position.

        Standard Distance from Pedal Stroke End Position to Release Point:
        20 mm (0.787 in.) or more

        If the distance is not as specified, perform the following operations:
        1. Check the clutch pedal height.
        2. Check the push rod play and pedal free play.
        3. Bleed the clutch line.
        4. Check the clutch cover and disc.


ADJUSTMENT FOR CLUTCH (for RHD)


  1. INSPECT AND ADJUST CLUTCH PEDAL SUB-ASSEMBLY



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    1. Check that the clutch pedal height is correct.

      Standard Clutch Pedal Height from Tibia Pad:
      164.8 to 174.8 mm (6.49 to 6.88 in.)

    2. Adjust the clutch pedal height.

      1. Loosen the lock nut and turn the stopper bolt or clutch switch until the height is correct. Tighten the lock nut.

      Torque:
      16 N*m{ 160 kgf*cm , 12 ft.*lbf }



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    4. Check that the clutch pedal free play and push rod play are correct.

      1. Depress the clutch pedal until the clutch resistance begins to be felt.

        Standard Clutch Pedal Free Play:
        5.0 to 15.0 mm (0.197 to 0.591 in.)

      2. Gently depress the clutch pedal until the resistance begins to increase a little.

        Standard Push Rod Play at Pedal Top:
        1.0 to 5.0 mm (0.0394 to 0.197 in.)

    5. Adjust the clutch pedal free play and push rod play.

      1. Loosen the lock nut and turn the push rod until the clutch pedal free play and push rod play are correct.
      2. Tighten the lock nut.
      3. After adjusting the clutch pedal free play and push rod play, check the clutch pedal height.

        Standard Clutch Pedal Height from Tibia Pad:
        164.8 to 174.8 mm (6.49 to 6.88 in.)

      Torque:
      12 N*m{ 120 kgf*cm , 9 ft.*lbf }



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    7. Check the clutch release point.

      1. Pull the parking brake lever and chock the wheels.
      2. Start the engine and allow it to idle.
      3. Without depressing the clutch pedal, slowly move the shift lever to R until the gears engage.
      4. Gradually depress the clutch pedal and measure the stroke distance from the point that the gear noise stops (release point) up to the full stroke end position.

        Standard Distance from Pedal Stroke End Position to Release Point:
        20 mm (0.787 in.) or more

        If the distance is not as specified, perform the following operations:
        1. Check the clutch pedal height.
        2. Check the push rod play and pedal free play.
        3. Bleed the clutch line.
        4. Check the clutch cover and disc.


INITIALIZATION RELATED TO SUSPENSION CONTROL

HINT:
If replacing the suspension control ECU and/or height control sensor, perform the vehicle height offset calibration.



  1. PERFORM VEHICLE HEIGHT INSPECTION

    1. Adjust the pressure of the tires.

    2. Stabilize the suspension by releasing the parking brake and bouncing the corners of the vehicle up and down.

    3. Start the engine.

    4. Perform the following operation twice:
      Set the vehicle height to LO with the height control switch, and then return the vehicle height to NORMAL.

    5. Turn the engine switch off.

    6. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.

    7. Move the shift lever to N and move the vehicle forward and rearward.

    8. Turn the engine switch on (IG) and the tester on.

    9. Check that the vehicle height is NORMAL.

      HINT:
      The N of the multi-information display height control indicator in the combination meter turns on.



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    11. Perform the vehicle height inspection.

      Measuring points:
      A:
      Ground clearance of front wheel center
      B:
      Ground clearance of the front adjusting cam bolt center
      C:
      Ground clearance of the rear axle shaft center
      D:
      Ground clearance of the rear lower control arm front side center


      Standard vehicle height:

      Front (A minus B)
      Rear (C minus D)
      101 mm (3.98 in.)
      94 mm (3.70 in.)

    12. Using a jack, set the vehicle to the standard vehicle height and eliminate any difference in height between the left and right sides of the vehicle.

      NOTICE:
      The vehicle height may be outside the calibration range if there is a difference in height between the left and right sides of the vehicle.

    13. Using the intelligent tester, enter the following menus: Chassis / AHC / Data List. Then read and record the values for "After Height Adjust" and "Height Adjust" for each wheel.

      AHC 
      Tester Display
      Measurement Item/Range
      Normal Condition
      Diagnosis Note
      FR Height Adjust
      Display of vehicle height offset recorded value of front right wheel /
      min.: -3276.8 mm (-129 in.)
      max.: 3276.7 mm (129 in.)
      -
      -
      FL Height Adjust
      Display of vehicle height offset recorded value of front left wheel /
      min.: -3276.8 mm (-129 in.)
      max.: 3276.7 mm (129 in.)
      -
      -
      RR Height Adjust
      Display of vehicle height offset recorded value of rear right wheel /
      min.: -3276.8 mm (-129 in.)
      max.: 3276.7 mm (129 in.)
      -
      -
      RL Height Adjust
      Display of vehicle height offset recorded value of rear left wheel /
      min.: -3276.8 mm (-129 in.)
      max.: 3276.7 mm (129 in.)
      -
      -
      FR After Height Adjust
      Display of after-calibration vehicle height value of front right wheel /
      min.: -3276.8 mm (-129 in.)
      max.: 3276.7 mm (129 in.)
      -
      -
      FL After Height Adjust
      Display of after-calibration vehicle height value of front left wheel /
      min.: -3276.8 mm (-129 in.)
      max.: 3276.7 mm (129 in.)
      -
      -
      RR After Height Adjust
      Display of after-calibration vehicle height value of rear right wheel /
      min.: -3276.8 mm (-129 in.)
      max.: 3276.7 mm (129 in.)
      -
      -
      RL After Height Adjust
      Display of after-calibration vehicle height value of rear left wheel /
      min.: -3276.8 mm (-129 in.)
      max.: 3276.7 mm (129 in.)
      -
      -

    14. Turn the engine switch off.

  2. PERFORM VEHICLE HEIGHT OFFSET CALIBRATION

    NOTICE:
    1. The possible vehicle height automatic adjustment value is 20 mm (0.787 in.). If the "Height Adjust value + (Standard value - Measurement value - After Height Adjust value)" is 20 mm (0.787 in.) or more, first perform the vehicle height adjustment for the front side and for the rear side.
    2. Make sure that the pressure of the tires is normal.
    3. Make sure that the vehicle is empty.
    4. Make sure that the parking brake is released and that the shift lever is in N.


    1. Turn the engine switch off.

    2. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.

    3. Turn the engine switch on (IG) and the tester on.

    4. Enter the following menus: Chassis / AHC / Utility / Height offset.

    5. For each wheel, follow the instructions on the tester screen and input the input value to complete the vehicle height offset calibration.

      HINT:
      Input value = Measurement value and standard value

    6. Remove the jack.

    7. Start the engine.

    8. Set the vehicle height to LO and check that LO of the multi-information display height control indicator stops blinking and illuminates.

    9. Set the vehicle height to NORMAL and check that N of the height control indicator stops blinking and illuminates.

    10. Turn the engine switch off.

    11. Perform the vehicle height inspection. Check that the result is within +/-8 mm (+/-0.315 in.) of the standard value.

    12. Perform yaw rate and G sensor zero point calibration.


CALIBRATION RELATED TO VEHICLE STABILITY CONTROL SYSTEM
  1. DESCRIPTION
    After replacing the relevant VSC components, clear the sensor calibration data and perform calibration.

    Replacement/Adjustment Part
    Necessary Operation
    Master cylinder solenoid (Skid control ECU)
    Yaw rate and G sensor zero point calibration
    Yaw rate and G sensor
    1. Clearing zero point calibration data
    2. Yaw rate and G sensor zero point calibration



  2. CLEAR ZERO POINT CALIBRATION (SST CHECK WIRE)
    After replacing the yaw rate and G sensor, make sure to clear the zero point calibration data in the skid control ECU and perform zero point calibration.

    1. Turn the engine switch on (IG).



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    3. Using SST, connect and disconnect terminals 12 (TS) and 4 (CG) of the DLC3 4 times or more within 8 seconds.

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      09843-18040  



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    5. Check that "DIAG VSC OK" is displayed on the multi-information display and check that the ABS warning light outputs the normal system code.

    6. Using a check wire, perform zero point calibration of the yaw rate and G sensor.

  3. PERFORM ZERO POINT CALIBRATION OF YAW RATE AND G SENSOR (SST CHECK WIRE)
    After replacing the master cylinder solenoid and/or yaw rate and G sensor, make sure to perform yaw rate and G sensor zero point calibration.

    NOTICE:
    1. While obtaining the zero point, do not vibrate the vehicle by tilting, moving or shaking it. Keep it stationary and do not start the engine.
    2. Choose a level surface with an inclination of less than 1°.


    1. Procedures for Test Mode:

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      1. Turn the engine switch off.
      2. Move the shift lever to P.

        NOTICE:
        DTC C1210/36 and C1336/98 will be stored if the shift lever is not in P.


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        Using SST, connect terminals 12 (TS) and 4 (CG) of the DLC3.
      4. Check that the steering wheel is centered.
      5. Turn the engine switch on (IG).
      6. Keep the vehicle stationary on a level surface for 2 seconds or more.

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        Check that "VSC TEST MODE" is displayed on the multi-information display and check that the ABS warning light is blinking in test mode.

        NOTICE:
        The ABS warning light stays on when obtaining the zero point.

        HINT:
        1. If the ABS warning light does not blink, perform the zero point calibration again.
        2. The zero point calibration is performed only once after the system enters test mode.
        3. Calibration cannot be performed again until the stored data is cleared once.

  4. CLEAR ZERO POINT CALIBRATION (INTELLIGENT TESTER)
    After replacing the yaw rate and G sensor, make sure to clear the zero point calibration data in the skid control ECU and perform zero point calibration.

    1. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.

    2. Turn the engine switch on (IG).

    3. Turn the intelligent tester on.

    4. Enter the following menus: Chassis / ABS/VSC/TRAC / Utility / Reset Memory.

    5. Using the intelligent tester, perform zero point calibration of the yaw rate and G sensor.

  5. PERFORM ZERO POINT CALIBRATION OF YAW RATE AND G SENSOR (INTELLIGENT TESTER)
    After replacing the master cylinder solenoid and/or yaw rate and G sensor, make sure to perform yaw rate and G sensor zero point calibration.

    NOTICE:
    1. While obtaining the zero point, do not vibrate the vehicle by tilting, moving or shaking it. Keep it stationary and do not start the engine.
    2. Choose a level surface with an inclination of less than 1°.


    1. Procedures for Test Mode:

      1. Turn the engine switch off.
      2. Move the shift lever to P.

        NOTICE:
        DTC C1210/36 and C1336/98 will be stored if the shift lever is not in P.

      3. Check that the steering wheel is centered.
      4. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.
      5. Turn the engine switch on (IG).
      6. Turn the intelligent tester on.
      7. Enter the following menus: Chassis / ABS/VSC/TRAC / Utility / Test Mode.
      8. Keep the vehicle stationary on a level surface for 2 seconds or more.

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        Check that "VSC TEST MODE" is displayed on the multi-information display and check that the ABS warning light is blinking in test mode.

        NOTICE:
        The ABS warning light stays on when obtaining the zero point.

        HINT:
        1. If the ABS warning light does not blink, perform the zero point calibration again.
        2. The zero point calibration is performed only once after the system enters test mode.
        3. Calibration cannot be performed again until the stored data is cleared once.


ADJUSTMENT FOR BREAK PEDAL


  1. CHECK BRAKE PEDAL HEIGHT



      C172190E01
    1. Check the brake pedal height.

      Standard Pedal Height from Tibia Pad:
      147.1 to 157.1 mm (5.80 to 6.18 in.)

      NOTICE:
      Do not adjust the pedal height. Doing so by changing the push rod length will structurally change the pedal ratio.

      If the pedal height is incorrect, adjust the rod operating adapter length.



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    3. Adjust the rod operating adapter length.

      1. Remove the clip and clevis pin.
      2. Loosen the clevis lock nut.
      3. Adjust the rod operating adapter length by turning the pedal push rod clevis.

        Standard Rod Operating Adapter Length "A":
        201.7 to 202.7 mm (7.94 to 7.98 in.)

      4. Tighten the clevis lock nut.
      5. Set the master cylinder push rod clevis in place, insert the push rod pin from the outside of the vehicle and then install a new clip.
        If the pedal height is incorrect even if the rod operating adapter is adjusted, check that there is no damage in the brake pedal, brake pedal lever, brake pedal support and dash panel.
        1. Even if there is damage, there is no problem if the reserve distance is within the standard value.
        2. If necessary, replace any damaged parts.

      Torque:
      26 N*m{ 260 kgf*cm , 19 ft.*lbf }



  2. CHECK AND ADJUST STOP LIGHT SWITCH ASSEMBLY

    HINT:
    If the pedal height is incorrect, check and adjust the stop light switch clearance.


    1. Disconnect the stop light switch assembly connector from the stop light switch assembly.

    2. Turn the stop light switch assembly counterclockwise and remove the stop light switch assembly.



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    4. Insert the stop light switch assembly until the body hits the brake pedal bracket.

      NOTICE:
      When inserting the stop light switch assembly, support the pedal from behind so that the pedal is not pushed in.

    5. Turn the stop light switch assembly a quarter turn clockwise to install it.

      HINT:
      Turning the stop light switch assembly counterclockwise loosens the switch.

    6. Connect the stop light switch connector to the stop light switch assembly.

    7. Check the protrusion of the rod.

      Standard Rod Protrusion:
      1.5 to 2.5 mm (0.0591 to 0.0984 in.)

    8. After adjusting the pedal height, check the pedal free play.



  3. CHECK PEDAL FREE PLAY



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    1. Push in the pedal until the beginning of the resistance is felt. Measure the distance as shown in the illustration.

      Standard Pedal Free Play:
      1 to 6 mm (0.0394 to 0.236 in.)



  4. CHECK PEDAL RESERVE DISTANCE



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    1. Release the parking brake lever.
      With the engine running, depress the pedal and measure the pedal reserve distance as shown in the illustration.

      Standard Pedal Reserve Distance from Tibia Pad at 490 N (50 kgf, 110.2 lbf):
      More than 67 mm (2.64 in.)

      If incorrect, troubleshoot the brake system.


ADJUSTMENT FOR PARKING BREAK SYSTEM
  1. INSPECT PARKING BRAKE LEVER TRAVEL

    1. Fully pull the parking brake lever to engage the parking brake.

    2. Release the lever to disengage the parking brake.

    3. Slowly pull the parking brake lever all the way, and count the number of clicks

      Standard Parking Brake Lever Travel when Pulled with a Force of 200 N (20 kgf, 45 lbf):
      5 to 7 clicks

      If the parking brake lever travel is not as specified, adjust the parking brake shoe clearance and parking brake lever travel.

  2. REMOVE REAR WHEEL



  3. ADJUST PARKING BRAKE LEVER TRAVEL

    1. Remove the console cup holder box sub-assembly.

    2. Completely release the parking brake lever.



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    4. Loosen the adjusting nut to completely release the parking brake cable.

    5. Temporarily install the hub nuts.

    6. Remove the hole plug.



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    8. Insert an adjustment tool into the adjustment hole of the disc. Rotate the adjustment wheel in the "X" direction until the shoes are locked. Then rotate the adjustment wheel in the "Y" direction 8 notches.

    9. Check that the disc can be rotated lightly. If not, rotate the adjustment wheel in the "Y" direction and check again.

    10. Install the hole plug.

    11. Remove the hub nuts.



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    13. Turn the adjusting nut until the parking brake lever travel becomes correct.

      Standard Parking Brake Lever Travel when Pulled with a Force of 200 N (20 kgf, 45 lbf):
      5 to 7 clicks

    14. Operate the parking brake lever 3 to 4 times, and check the parking brake lever travel.

      Standard Parking Brake Lever Travel when Pulled with a Force of 200 N (20 kgf, 45 lbf):
      5 to 7 clicks

    15. Check whether the parking brake drags or not.

    16. When operating the parking brake lever, check that the brake warning light comes on.

      Standard Condition:
      The brake warning light always illuminates at the first click.

    17. Install the console cup holder box sub-assembly.

  4. INSTALL REAR WHEEL

    Torque:
    131 N*m{ 1,336 kgf*cm , 97 ft.*lbf }


INITIALIZATION RELATED TO VGRS SYSTEM


  1. STEERING ANGLE SENSOR INITIALIZATION (to obtain a tire angle (during straight-ahead driving) signal)



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    1. Turn the engine switch on (IG), and check that the master warning light illuminates for a few seconds.

      NOTICE:
      If the warning light remains on, repair the applicable system.

    2. Drive the vehicle on a straight road at 35 km/h (22 mph) or more for 5 seconds or more.

      HINT:
      1. At this point, the steering wheel will still remain off-center by 5 to 10°.
      2. In this step, the neutral position of the steering wheel is restored from the steering control ECU memory.

    3. Confirm that steering angle sensor initialization is completed (using the tester).

      1. Enter the VGRS menu using the tester. Select "Straight Angle Valid Flag" from "Data List". Check if the steering angle sensor has obtained a tire angle (during straight-ahead driving) signal.

        Standard:
        "Valid" is displayed on the tester screen.

    4. Confirm that steering angle sensor initialization is completed (not using the tester).

      1. Stop the vehicle (engine running).
      2. Slowly turn the steering wheel from lock to lock.
      3. If it turns approximately 2.7 turns, steering angle sensor initialization is completed. If it turns approximately 3.2 turns, steering angle sensor initialization is not completed.

        NOTICE:
        If the steering wheel turns approximately 3.2 turns, drive the vehicle on a straight road at 35 km/h (22 mph) or more for 5 seconds or more. Then confirm the initialization again.

  2. VGRS SYSTEM CALIBRATION PROCEDURE (WHEN USING SST CHECK WIRE)

    NOTICE:
    Use this procedure to center the steering wheel if:
    1. The steering actuator assembly has been replaced.
    2. The steering control ECU has been replaced.
    3. The steering column or steering intermediate shaft has been disconnected.
    4. The steering wheel is still off-center after completing the steering angle sensor initialization.


    1. FACE TIRES STRAIGHT AHEAD (Procedure A)

      NOTICE:
      Drive the vehicle to confirm that the steering wheel is centered.

    2. CHECK DTC (Procedure B)

      1. Check for DTCs.
        Result 
        Result
        Proceed to
        DTC C1591/51 is not output
        Procedure C
        DTC C1591/51 is output
        Procedure D

    3. PERFORM ACTUATOR ANGLE INITIALIZATION (Procedure C)

      SST
      09843-18040  

      NOTICE:
      If the procedures from *1 to *2 are not completed within 1 minute, or if errors are made during these procedures, perform the initialization again from the beginning.


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        Start the engine.
      2. Center the steering wheel.
      3. Using SST, connect terminals 12 (TS) and 4 (CG), and 13 (TC) and 4 (CG) of the DLC3.*1
      4. Disconnect SST from terminal 12 (TS) of the DLC3, and turn the steering wheel to the left 180° or more.
      5. Connect SST to terminal 12 (TS) of the DLC3.
      6. Disconnect SST from terminal 13 (TC) of the DLC3, and turn the steering wheel to the right 180° or more.
      7. Connect SST to terminal 13 (TC) of the DLC3.*2

        HINT:
        If the master warning light comes on, DTC C1591/51 is stored.

      8. Disconnect SST from the DLC3.
      9. Turn the engine switch off.

    4. FACE TIRES STRAIGHT AHEAD (Procedure D)

      1. Confirm that the steering wheel is centered when facing the tires straight ahead.

        NOTICE:
        Drive the vehicle to confirm that the steering wheel is centered.

        Result 
        Result
        Proceed to
        Steering wheel is off-center
        Procedure E
        Steering wheel is centered
        Procedure H

    5. UNLOCK STEERING ACTUATOR (Procedure E)

      NOTICE:
      Make sure the engine is not running.

      1. Turn the engine switch off.
      2. Disconnect the cable from the negative (-) battery terminal.

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        Disconnect the E80 connector from the steering actuator.
      4. Connect a jumper wire from terminal 7 (LV+) of the steering actuator to the positive (+) 12 V battery terminal and another jumper wire from terminal 16 (LG+) of the steering actuator to the negative (-) 12 V battery terminal.

        NOTICE:
        Do not apply voltage for more than 3 minutes.

    6. STEERING CENTER ADJUSTMENT (Procedure F)

      1. Center the steering wheel.

        NOTICE:
        If the centering of the spiral cable was not confirmed when the steering wheel was installed, confirm the centering of the spiral cable.

    7. LOCK STEERING ACTUATOR (Procedure G)

      1. Disconnect the positive (+) and negative (-) 12 V battery jumper wires from the steering actuator.
      2. Connect the E80 connector to the steering actuator.
      3. Connect the cable to the negative (-) battery terminal.
      4. Turn the steering wheel approximately 3° to the left and right. Confirm that the reaction force can be felt.

        NOTICE:
        1. If the above procedures are not followed correctly, a DTC will be stored. If a DTC is stored, perform the above procedures again and then check for DTCs.
        2. Perform these procedures with the engine switch off.

    8. ADJUST ACTUATOR ANGLE (Procedure H)

      HINT:
      Activating and ending test mode will complete actuator angle adjustment.

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      1. Make sure the engine switch is off.

        NOTICE:
        Do not touch the steering wheel during these procedures.


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        Using SST, connect terminals 12 (TS) and 4 (CG) of the DLC3.
      3. Turn the engine switch on (IG).
      4. Confirm that "VGRS Test Mode" is displayed on the multi-information display when test mode is activated.

        HINT:
        Wait approximately 5 seconds.

      5. Turn the engine switch off.
      6. Disconnect SST from terminals 12 (TS) and 4 (CG) of the DLC3.
      7. Turn the engine switch on (IG) again.

    9. CHECK MASTER WARNING LIGHT (Procedure I)

      1. Confirm that the master warning light is off.
      2. Turn the engine switch off, then on (IG).
      3. Confirm that the master warning light is operating normally.

    10. CHECK STEERING WHEEL OPERATION (Procedure J)

      1. Start the engine.
      2. Perform the steering angle sensor initialization.
      3. Turn the steering wheel from lock to lock and check that it rotates approximately 2.7 turns.
      4. Drive the vehicle and confirm that the steering wheel is centered.

  3. VGRS SYSTEM CALIBRATION PROCEDURE (WHEN USING INTELLIGENT TESTER)

    1. FACE TIRES STRAIGHT AHEAD (Procedure A)

      NOTICE:
      Drive the vehicle to confirm that the steering wheel is centered.

    2. PERFORM VGRS SYSTEM CALIBRATION (Procedure B)

      1. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.
      2. Turn the engine switch on (IG).
      3. Turn the tester on.
      4. Enter the following menus: Chassis / VGRS / Utility / Steering Angle Adjust.
        Then, press "Next".
      5. Follow the instructions on the tester, and press "Next".

        NOTICE:
        Press the "Next" key even if DTC C15B4/71 is output.

      6. Follow the instructions on the tester, and press "Next".
      7. Follow the instructions on the tester, and press "Next".

        NOTICE:
        Ensure that the engine switch is off.

      8. Follow the instructions on the tester, and press "Next".
      9. Follow the instructions on the tester, and press "Next".

        NOTICE:
        If the centering of the spiral cable was not confirmed when the steering wheel was installed, confirm the centering of the spiral cable.

      10. Follow the instructions on the tester, and press "Next".

        NOTICE:
        Do not touch the steering wheel during these procedures.

      11. Follow the instructions on the tester, and press "Next".
      12. Follow the instructions on the tester, and press "Next".

        NOTICE:
        Do not touch the steering wheel during these procedures.

      13. "NOW CALIBRATING" is displayed and the display switches automatically to the next screen.

        NOTICE:
        Do not touch the steering wheel during these procedures.

      14. "Steering Angle Adjust is complete." is displayed. Then, check that the VGRS system calibration is completed normally.
      15. Select "Exit" to return the display to the "MENU" screen.

    3. CHECK MASTER WARNING LIGHT (Procedure C)

      1. Confirm that the master warning light is off.
      2. Turn the engine switch off.
      3. Disconnect the intelligent tester from the DLC3.
      4. Turn the engine switch on (IG).
      5. Confirm that the master warning light is operating normally.

    4. CHECK STEERING WHEEL OPERATION (Procedure D)

      1. Start the engine.
      2. Perform the steering angle sensor initialization.
      3. Turn the steering wheel from lock to lock and check that it rotates approximately 2.7 turns.
      4. Drive the vehicle and confirm that the steering wheel is centered.


ADJUSTMENT FOR STEERING SYSTEM
  1. STEERING OFF CENTER ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE

    HINT:
    This is the adjustment procedure for when the steering is off center.


    1. Check if the steering wheel is off center.


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        Apply masking tape to the top center of the steering wheel and steering column upper cover.
      2. Drive the vehicle in a straight line for 100 m (328 ft.) at a constant speed of 56 km/h (35 mph), and hold the steering wheel to maintain the course.

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        Draw a line on the masking tape as shown in the illustration.
      4. Turn the steering wheel to the center position.

        HINT:
        Look at the upper surface of the steering wheel, steering spoke and SRS airbag line to find the center position.


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        Draw a new line on the masking tape on the steering wheel as shown in the illustration.
      6. Measure the distance between the 2 lines on the masking tape on the steering wheel.
      7. Convert the measured distance to steering angle.

        HINT:
        1. Measured distance of 1 mm (0.0394 in.) = Steering angle of approximately 1°.
        2. Make a note of the steering angle.

    2. Adjust the steering angle.


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        Put matchmarks on the RH and LH tie rod ends and rack ends where it can be easily seen.
      2. Using a paper gauge, measure the distance from the RH and LH tie rod ends to the rack end screws.

        HINT:
        1. Measure both the RH and LH sides.
        2. Make a note of the measured values.


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        Remove the RH and LH boot clips from the rack boots.
      4. Loosen the RH and LH lock nuts.
      5. Turn the RH and LH rack ends by the same amount (but in different directions) according to the steering angle.

        HINT:
        One 360° turn of the rack end (1.5 mm (0.0591 in.) horizontal movement) equals 11° of steering angle.

      6. Tighten the RH and LH lock nuts to the specified torque.

        NOTICE:
        Make sure that the difference in length between the RH and LH tie rod ends and rack end screws is within 1.5 mm (0.0591 in.).

      7. Install the RH and LH boot clips.

      Torque:
      82 N*m{ 836 kgf*cm , 60 ft.*lbf }


CALIBRATION RELATED TO PARK ASSIST/MONITORING
  1. ADJUST PARKING ASSIST MONITOR SYSTEM

    1. This parking assist monitor system can be set from the diagnostic screen of the "NAVIGATION SYSTEM".

    2. If the following operations are performed, it is necessary to perform adjustments and checks on the diagnostic screen.

      Part Name
      Operation
      Adjustment Item
      Rear television camera
      1. Replace
      2. Installation angle of the rear television camera changes because of the removal and installation of the rear television camera, etc.
      Rear television camera optical axis (Camera position setting)
      Parking assist ECU
      Replace
      1. Store the steering angle neutral point in memory
      2. Store the left and right maximum steering angles
      3. Rear television camera optical axis (Camera position setting)



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  3. PREPARATION FOR ADJUSTMENT

    HINT:
    Only when adjusting the optical axis of the camera, create a target bar for adjustment.


    1. Park the vehicle with the steering wheel centered.

    2. Set a target bar for adjustment.
      Dimension 
      Area
      Specification
      A
      830 +/-5 mm (32.7 +/-0.194 in.)
      B
      2000 +/-5 mm (78.7 +/-0.194 in.)

      HINT:
      1. Set a piece of tape on the ground as the target bar for adjustment. Its width and length are 25 +/-5 mm (0.984 +/-0.194 in.) and 2000 +/-5 mm (78.7 +/-0.194 in.), respectively. Check the color on the multi-display and choose a tape color which can be easily seen.
      2. Before parking the vehicle, be sure to move the vehicle forward and in reverse to check that the tires are facing straight ahead with the steering wheel centered.



  4. START DIAGNOSIS MODE

    1. Start the engine.

    2. Start the diagnostic system.



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    4. Select "Camera Check" on the "Diagnosis MENU" screen.



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    6. Select "BACK CAMERA SETTING" on the "MODE SETTING" screen.

      HINT:
      After performing the rear camera position setting, the option on the menu display will dim. To perform the adjustment again, touch the dimmed button for 2 seconds or more (When the calibration is performed for the new ECU, the screen will not be display).



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  6. SET STEERING ANGLE

    1. Perform the STEERING CENTER MEMORIZE operation.

      1. Check that the steering wheel is centered, and then press "STEERING CENTER MEMORIZE".
        1. When performing removal and installation, or replacement of the television camera, steering angle adjustment is not required. Press "NEXT" on the steering angle setting screen. However, the current steering angle is automatically stored as the steering angle neutral point when the steering angle setting screen is displayed. Make sure that the steering wheel is centered before changing the display to the steering angle setting screen.
        2. Even when storing the steering angle neutral point only, the system cannot store it unless the operation is completed by following the prompts from "NEXT" to "OK".
        3. >When the system displays "SPEED SIGNAL CHK", first press "SPEED SIGNAL CHK", and then press "MAX STEERING ANGLE MEMORIZE". The display does not change to the next screen if this procedure is not completed.



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    3. Perform the MAX STEERING ANGLE MEMORIZE operation.

      1. After adjusting the steering angle neutral point, turn the steering wheel to the left and right lock positions and press "MAX STEERING ANGLE MEMORIZE". The maximum steering angle is then stored.

        HINT:
        The button "NEXT" does not respond until the system stores the steering angle neutral point and maximum steering angle.

    4. w/ Variable Gear Ratio Steering (VGRS) system:
      Perform the VGRS inspection.

      1. Check that "VGRS OK" is displayed. If the VGRS is malfunctioning, "VGRS CHK" will be displayed, and pressing "NEXT" will not change the screen to the next display.

        HINT:
        For vehicles without VGRS, nothing is displayed.



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  8. SET CAMERA POSITION

    1. Perform the roll angle adjustment.

      1. Press switches A and B to rotate C so that it is parallel to the target adjustment bar D.

    2. Perform the vertical and horizontal position adjustment.

      1. Press the directional switches to move C so that the target adjustment bar D is centered in C.



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  10. VERIFY MODE

    1. Check that A and the target adjustment bar are overlapping.

      1. If the steering angle neutral point is not aligned, perform the STEERING CENTER MEMORIZE and MAX STEERING ANGLE MEMORIZE operations.
      2. If A and the target adjustment bar are not aligned even if the tires are aligned straight ahead, perform the camera position setting operation.

    2. Selecting "OK" will return the screen to the Diagnosis Menu, and complete the adjustment.

      HINT:
      The update is not completed until "OK" is pressed.


INITIALIZATION RELATED TO POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM
  1. INITIALIZE POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM (POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR (ALL DOORS))

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

    HINT:
    When the battery is replaced, it is not necessary to initialize the power window regulator motor.

    NOTICE:
    1. When the power window regulator motor is replaced, DTC B2313 is output. Clear the DTC after the initialization.
    2. When performing initialization, do not perform any other procedures.
    3. After a door glass or a door glass run has been replaced, the jam protection function may operate unexpectedly when the auto up function is used, due to detection of a value different from the operation learned value of the door glass movement speed. In such cases, the auto up function can be resumed by repeating the following operation at least 5 times:
      1. Open the power window by fully pushing down the power window switch.
      2. Close the power window by fully pulling up the power window switch and holding it at the auto up position.
    4. If the initialization is not completed properly, the LIN communication system may have a malfunction.


    1. Initialization procedures when replacing the power window regulator motor with a new one:

      1. Connect the battery and turn the engine switch on (IG) (at this time, the LED on the power window switch blinks to indicate that it is ready for initialization).
      2. Fully open the window by fully pushing the power window switch, and hold the switch for 1 second or more after the window is fully opened.
      3. Fully close the power window by fully pulling the power window switch, and hold the switch for 1 second or more after the window is fully closed to reset the glass position. The LED on the power window switch stops blinking and illuminates to indicate that the initialization is complete.

    2. Initialization procedures when removing/installing the power window regulator motor:

      1. Connect the battery and turn the engine switch on (IG).
      2. Fully close the power window by fully pulling the power window switch, and hold the switch for 6 seconds or more after the window is fully closed (if the power window does not move or stops halfway even when the switch is fully pulled, release the switch and fully pull it again).
      3. Fully open the window by pushing down the power window switch, and hold the switch for 1 second or more after the window is fully opened.
      4. Release the power window switch. Then fully push and hold the switch for 4 seconds or more.
      5. Fully close the power window by fully pulling the power window switch, and hold the switch for 1 second or more after the window is fully closed to reset the glass position and complete the initialization.

    3. Initialization procedures when the power window does not fully open:

      1. Connect the battery and turn the engine switch on (IG).
      2. Fully close the power window by fully pulling the power window switch, and hold the switch for 6 seconds or more after the window is fully closed (if the power window does not move or stops halfway even when the switch is fully pulled, release the switch and fully pull it again).
      3. Fully open the window by pushing down the power window switch, and hold the switch for 1 second or more after the window is fully opened.
      4. Release the power window switch. Then fully push and hold the switch 4 seconds or more.
      5. Fully close the power window by fully pulling the power window switch, and hold the switch 1 second. or more after the window is fully closed to reset the glass position and complete the initialization.


INITIALIZATION RELATED TO SLIDING ROOF SYSTEM
  1. INITIALIZE SLIDING ROOF DRIVE GEAR

    NOTICE:
    1. When the sliding roof glass is replaced or removed and installed, or the drive gear assembly is replaced, the sliding roof drive gear requires initialization (pulse sensor initial position setting), as the glass position cannot be determined. If initialization is not performed, the auto slide open and close/tilt up and down function may not operate, or the sliding roof may move in reverse or become misaligned.
    2. During initialization, do not apply a physical shock, such as opening/closing a door or driving the vehicle at 5 km/h (3.10 mph) or more, to the vehicle and do not perform the following electrical operations:
      1. Cranking the engine
      2. Turning the engine switch from on (IG) to off
      3. Operating the power window switches
      4. Operating the window defogger switch
      5. Operating the blower switch
      6. Locking/Unlocking the door
      7. Operating the headlight dimmer switch

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


    1. Perform initialization according to the table below.

      Condition of Sliding Roof
      Proceed to
      Auto slide open and close/tilt up and down function does not operate
      Procedure A
      Sliding roof moves in reverse direction during tilt down operation
      Procedure B
      Sliding roof moves in reverse direction during slide close operation
      Procedure C

      1. Procedure A
        1. Turn the engine switch on (IG).
        2. Open the sliding roof to the fully tilt up position.
        3. Press and hold the UP switch to perform the following operations: tilt up → approximately 10 second pause → tilt down → slide open → slide close.

          NOTICE:
          Make sure not to release the switch during the initialization. If the switch is released, perform the initialization again.

        4. Continue to hold the switch for 1 second or more after the sliding roof stops in the fully closed position, and then release it.
        5. The initialization is completed.
      2. Procedure B
        1. Turn the engine switch on (IG).
        2. Press the UP switch until the sliding roof stops.

          HINT:
          If the glass becomes misaligned or does not fully tilt up, perform the following operations:
          1. Operate the CLOSE switch until the sliding roof stops moving.
          2. Operate the UP switch until the sliding roof stops moving, then proceed to the next step.

        3. Release the switch.
        4. Press and hold the UP switch to perform the following operations: tilt up → approximately 10 second pause → tilt down → slide open → slide close.

          NOTICE:
          Make sure not to release the switch during the initialization. If the switch is released, perform the initialization again.

        5. Continue to hold the switch for 1 second or more after the sliding roof stops in the fully closed position, and then release it.
        6. The initialization is completed.
      3. Procedure C
        1. Turn the engine switch on (IG).
        2. Press and hold the CLOSE switch to perform the following operations: slide close → move in reverse direction → 10 second pause → slide close → tilt up → tilt down.

          NOTICE:
          Make sure not to release the switch during the initialization. If the switch is released, perform the initialization again.

        3. Continue to hold the switch for 1 second or more after the sliding roof stops in the fully closed position, and then release it.
        4. Check if the auto function is operative.


ADJUSTMENT FOR HEADLIGHT ASSEMBLY (for Standard)
  1. VEHICLE PREPARATION FOR HEADLIGHT AIMING ADJUSTMENT

    1. Prepare the vehicle:

      1. Ensure there is no damage to the body around the headlights.
      2. Fill the fuel tank.
      3. Make sure that the oil is filled to the specified level.
      4. Make sure that the coolant is filled to the specified level.
      5. Inflate the tires to the appropriate pressure.
      6. Unload the trunk and vehicle, ensuring that the spare tire, tools, and jack are also removed.
      7. Have a person of average weight (75 kg, 165 lb) sit in the driver's seat.
      8. Vehicles with height adjustable suspension should have the vehicle height set to the lowest setting prior to adjusting the headlight aim.
      9. Vehicles with manually adjustable headlights should be adjusted to "0" (w/ headlight leveling switch).



  2. PREPARATION FOR HEADLIGHT AIMING (Using a screen)



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    1. Prepare the vehicle:

      1. Place the vehicle in a location that is dark enough to clearly observe the cutoff line. The cutoff line is a distinct line, below which light from the headlights can be observed and above which it cannot.
      2. Place the vehicle at a 90° angle to the wall.
      3. Create a 25 m (82.0 ft.) distance between the vehicle (headlight bulb center) and the wall.
      4. Make sure that the vehicle is on a level surface.
      5. Bounce the vehicle up and down to settle the suspension.

      NOTICE:
      A distance of 25 m (82.0 ft.) between the vehicle (headlight bulb center) and the wall is necessary for proper aim adjustment. If unavailable, secure a distance of exactly 3 m (9.84 ft.) for the check and adjustment. (The target zone will change with the distance, so follow the instructions in the illustration).

    2. Prepare a piece of thick white paper approximately 2 m (6.56 ft.) (height) x 4 m (13.1 ft.) (width) to use as a screen.

    3. Draw a vertical line down the center of the screen (V line).



    4. Set the screen as shown in the illustration.


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      HINT:
      1. Stand the screen perpendicular to the ground.
      2. Align the V line on the screen with the center of the vehicle.



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    6. Draw base lines (H, V LH, and V RH Lines) on the screen as shown in the illustration.

      HINT:
      1. The base lines differ for "low beam inspection" and "high beam inspection".
      2. Mark the headlight bulb center marks on the screen. If the center mark cannot be observed on the headlight, use the center of the headlight bulb or the manufacturer's name marked on the headlight as the center mark.

      1. H Line (Headlight):
        Draw a horizontal line across the screen so that it passes through the center marks. The H line should be at the same height as the headlight bulb center marks of the low beam headlights.
      2. V LH Line, V RH Line (Center mark position of the left-hand (LH) and right-hand (RH) headlights):
        Draw two vertical lines so that they intersect the H line at each center mark (aligned with the center of the low beam headlight bulbs).



  3. HEADLIGHT AIMING INSPECTION



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    1. Cover the headlight or disconnect the connector of the headlight on the opposite side to prevent light from the headlight that is not being inspected from affecting the headlight aiming

      NOTICE:
      Do not keep the headlight covered for more than 3 minutes. The headlight lens is made of synthetic resin, which may melt or be damaged due to excessive heat.

      HINT:
      When checking the aim of the high beam headlight, cover the low beam headlight or disconnect the connector.

    2. Start the engine.



    3. Turn on the headlight and check if the cutoff line matches the preferred cutoff line in the following illustration.


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      HINT:
      1. Since the low beam and high beam headlight on each side have separate reflectors, it is necessary to check and adjust the aim separately for both.
      2. If the alignment distance is 25 m (82.0 ft.):
        The low beam cutoff line should be within 79.5 mm (3.13 in.) above or below the H line as well as 79.5 mm (3.13 in.) left or right of the V line.
      3. If the alignment distance is 3.0 m (9.84 ft.):
        The low beam cutoff line should be within 71.5 mm (2.81 in.) above or below the H line as well as 71.5 mm (2.81 in.) left or right of the V line.
      4. If the alignment distance is 25 m (82.0 ft.):
        The high beam center of intensity should be within 79.5 mm (3.13 in.) above or below the H line as well as 79.5 mm (3.13 in.) left or right of the V line.
      5. If the alignment distance is 3.0 m (9.84 ft.):
        The high beam center of intensity should be within 71.5 mm (2.81 in.) above or below the H line as well as 71.5 mm (2.81 in.) left or right of the V line.



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    1. Adjust the aim vertically:

      1. Adjust the aim of each headlight to the specified range by turning each aiming screw with a screwdriver.

        NOTICE:
        The final turn of the aiming screw should be made in the clockwise direction. If the screw is tightened excessively, loosen it and then retighten it, so that the final turn of the screw is in the clockwise direction.

        HINT:
        1. The low beam and high beam headlight are a unit. Adjusting the aim on the low beam to the correct position should also result in the high beam adjustment being correct.
        2. If it is not possible to correctly adjust headlight aim, check the bulb, headlight unit, and headlight unit reflector installation.
        3. The headlight aim moves up when turning the aiming screw clockwise, and moves down when turning the aiming screw counterclockwise.


ADJUSTMENT FOR HEADLIGHT ASSEMBLY (for HID Headlight)
  1. VEHICLE PREPARATION FOR HEADLIGHT AIMING ADJUSTMENT

    1. Prepare the vehicle:

      1. Ensure there is no damage or deformation to the body around the headlights.
      2. Fill the fuel tank.
      3. Make sure that the oil is filled to the specified level.
      4. Make sure that the coolant is filled to the specified level.
      5. Inflate the tires to the appropriate pressure.
      6. Unload the trunk and vehicle, ensuring that the spare tire, tools, and jack are also removed.
      7. Have a person of average weight (75 kg, 165.3 lb) sit in the driver seat.
      8. Vehicles with height adjustable suspension should have the vehicle height set to the lowest setting prior to adjusting the headlight aim.
      9. Vehicles with manually adjustable headlights should be adjusted to "0" (w/ headlight leveling switch).



  2. PREPARATION FOR HEADLIGHT AIMING (Using a screen)



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    1. Prepare the vehicle:

      1. Place the vehicle in a location that is dark enough to clearly observe the cutoff line. The cutoff line is a distinct line, below which light from the headlights can be observed and above which it cannot.
      2. Place the vehicle at a 90° angle to the wall.
      3. Create a 25 m (82.0 ft.) distance between the vehicle (headlight bulb center) and the wall.
      4. Make sure that the vehicle is on a level surface.
      5. Bounce the vehicle up and down to settle the suspension.

        NOTICE:
        A distance of 25 m (82.0 ft.) between the vehicle (headlight bulb center) and the wall is necessary for proper aim adjustment. If unavailable, secure a distance of exactly 3 m (9.84 ft.) for the check and adjustment. (The target zone will change with the distance, so follow the instructions in the illustration).

    2. Prepare a piece of thick white paper approximately 2 m (6.56 ft.) (height) x 4 m (13.1 ft.) (width) to use as a screen.

    3. Draw a vertical line down the center of the screen (V line).



    4. Set the screen as shown in the illustration.


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      HINT:
      1. Stand the screen perpendicular to the ground.
      2. Align the V line on the screen with the center of the vehicle.



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    6. Draw base lines (H, V LH, and V RH lines) on the screen as shown in the illustration.

      HINT:
      1. The base lines differ for "low beam inspection" and "high beam inspection".
      2. Mark the headlight bulb center marks on the screen. If the center mark cannot be observed on the headlight, use the center of the headlight bulb or the name of the manufacturer marked on the headlight as the center mark.

      1. H Line (Headlight height):
        Draw a horizontal line across the screen so that it passes through the center marks. The H line should be at the same height as the headlight bulb center marks of the low beam headlights.
      2. V LH Line, V RH Line (Center mark position of the left-hand (LH) and right-hand (RH) headlights):
        Draw two vertical lines so that they intersect the H line at each center mark (aligned with the center of the low beam headlight bulbs).



  3. HEADLIGHT AIMING INSPECTION



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    1. Cover the headlight or disconnect the connector of the headlight on the opposite side to prevent light from the headlight that is not being inspected from affecting the headlight aiming inspection.

      NOTICE:
      Do not keep the headlight covered for more than 3 minutes. The headlight lens is made of synthetic resin, which may melt or be damaged due to excessive heat.

      HINT:
      When checking the aim of the high beam headlight, cover the low beam headlight or disconnect the connector.

    2. Start the engine.



    3. Turn on the headlight and check if the cutoff line matches the preferred cutoff line in the following illustration.


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      HINT:
      1. Since the low beam and high beam headlight on each side have separate reflectors, it is necessary to check and adjust the aim separately for both.
      2. If the alignment distance is 25 m (82.0 ft.):
        The low beam cutoff line should be within 79.5 mm (3.13 in.) above or below the H line as well as 79.5 mm (3.13 in.) left or right of the V line.
      3. If the alignment distance is 3 m (9.84 ft.):
        The low beam cutoff line should be within 71.5 mm (2.81 in.) above or below the H line as well as 71.5 mm (2.81 in.) left or right of the V line.
      4. If the alignment distance is 25 m (82.0 ft.):
        The high beam center of intensity should be within 79.5 mm (3.13 in.) above or below the H line as well as 79.5 mm (3.13 in.) left or right of the V line.
      5. If the alignment distance is 3 m (9.84 ft.):
        The high beam center of intensity should be within 71.5 mm (2.81 in.) above or below the H line as well as 71.5 mm (2.81 in.) left or right of the V line.



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  5. HEADLIGHT AIMING ADJUSTMENT

    1. Adjust the aim vertically:

      1. Adjust the aim of each headlight to the specified range by turning each aiming screw with a screwdriver.

        NOTICE:
        The final turn of the aiming screw should be made in the clockwise direction. If the screw is tightened excessively, loosen it and then retighten it, so that the final turn of the screw is in the clockwise direction.

        HINT:
        1. The low beam and high beam headlight are a unit. Adjusting the aim on the low beam to the correct position should also result in the high beam adjustment being correct.
        2. If it is not possible to correctly adjust headlight aim, check the bulb, headlight unit, and headlight unit reflector installation.
        3. The headlight aim moves up when turning the aiming screw clockwise, and moves down when turning the aiming screw counterclockwise.


ADJUSTMENT FOR FOG LIGHT ASSEMBLY

HINT:
It is possible that a bulb is incorrectly installed, affecting fog light aim. Bulb installation should be considered prior to performing the adjustment procedure.

  1. VEHICLE PREPARATION FOR FOG LIGHT AIMING ADJUSTMENT

    1. Prepare the vehicle:

      1. Ensure there is no damage or deformation to the body around the fog lights.
      2. Fill the fuel tank.
      3. Make sure that the oil is filled to the specified level.
      4. Make sure that the coolant is filled to the specified level.
      5. Inflate the tires to the appropriate pressure.
      6. Unload the trunk and vehicle, ensuring that the spare tire, tools, and jack are also removed.
      7. Have a person of average weight (68 kg, 150 lb) sit in the driver's seat.
      8. Vehicles with height adjustable suspension should have the vehicle height set to the lowest setting prior to adjusting the fog light aim.



  2. PREPARATION FOR FOG LIGHT AIMING



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    1. Prepare the vehicle:

      1. Place the vehicle in a location that is dark enough to clearly observe the cutoff line. The cutoff line is a distinct line, below which light from the fog lights can be observed and above which it cannot.
      2. Place the vehicle at a 90° angle to the wall.
      3. Create a 7.62 m (25.0 ft.) distance between the vehicle (fog light bulb center) and the wall.
      4. Make sure that the vehicle is on a level surface.
      5. Bounce the vehicle up and down to settle the suspension.

      NOTICE:
      A distance of 7.62 m (25.0 ft.) between the vehicle (fog light bulb center) and the wall is necessary for proper aim adjustment. If unavailable, secure a distance of exactly 3 m (9.84 ft.) for the check and adjustment. (The target zone will change with the distance, so follow the instructions in the illustration).

    2. Prepare a piece of thick white paper approximately 2.0 m (6.56 ft.) (height) x 4.0 m (13.1 ft.) (width) to use as a screen.

    3. Draw a vertical line down the center of the screen (V line).



    4. Set the screen as shown in the illustration.


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      HINT:
      1. Stand the screen perpendicular to the ground.
      2. Align the V line on the screen with the center of the vehicle.



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    6. Draw base lines (H, V LH, and V RH lines) on the screen as shown in the illustration.

      HINT:
      Mark the fog light bulb center marks on the screen. If the center mark cannot be observed on the fog light, use the center of the fog light bulb or the manufacturer's name marked on the fog light as the center mark.

      1. H line (Fog light height):
        Draw a horizontal line across the screen so that it passes through the center marks. The H line should be at the same height as the fog light bulb center marks of the fog lights.
      2. V LH Line, V RH Line (Center mark position of left-hand (LH) and right-hand (RH) fog lights):
        Draw two vertical lines so that they intersect the H line at each center mark.



  3. INSPECT FOG LIGHT AIMING

    1. Cover the fog light or disconnect the connector of the fog light on the opposite side to prevent light from the fog light that is not being inspected from affecting the fog light aiming inspection.

      NOTICE:
      Do not keep the fog light covered for more than 3 minutes. The fog light lens is made of synthetic resin, which may melt or be damaged due to excessive heat.

    2. Start the engine.



    3. Turn on the fog light and check if the cutoff line falls within the specified area in the following illustration.


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  4. ADJUST FOG LIGHT AIMING



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    1. Adjust the aim vertically:
      Adjust the aim of each fog light to the specified range by turning the aiming screw with a screwdriver.

      NOTICE:
      The final turn of the aiming screw should be made in the clockwise direction. If the screw is tightened excessively, loosen it and then retighten it, so that the final turn of the screw is in the clockwise direction.

      HINT:
      If it is not possible to correctly adjust fog light aim, check the bulb, fog light unit, and fog light unit reflector installation.