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Control unit input/output signal standard value
Standard value based on circuit tester
Terminal No.ItemOperation or measurement conditionStandard value33Engine•CVT totalcontrol signal(Multi communication)-Refer to the “EC editionECCS C/C input/outputsignal reference value”
Self diagnosis functionCVT warning light display
Caution: For vehicles except Hyper CVT-M6, the sportdisplay light is used to function as the CVT warning light.• If faulty, the lighting duration of its pathwaydisplays longer.
Blink orderDefect pathway1Secondary pulley rotation sensor 2Primary pulley rotation sensor 3Throttle sensor 4Step motor 5Oil pressure sensor 6Line pressure solenoid7Lock-up solenoid8Oil temp sensor or C/U power source9Engine turning signal10CVT protection function11Total control signal (multi communication)Does not ashInhibitor SW, Accelerator work unit (idle SW),Stop lamp SW
*1 : When the 4Hz ashes repeatedly, memory backuppower is likely to be at fault. If the battery has beenremoved for a long period of time, battery performancemay be faulty.*2 : C/U is likely to be at fault, if 1Hz ashes repeatedlyeven if self diagnosis is not performed.
Start signalFaulty pathwayRepeat
L i g h t o n L i g h t o f f
=2.5 seconds t
=2.0 seconds t