VENTILATION, HEATER & AIR CONDITIONER

SECTION

HEATER & AIR CONDITIONING CONTROL SYSTEM

HAC

A

B

C

D

CONTENTS
WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY BASIC INSPECTION ................................ .... 6
DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR WORKFLOW ..... ..... 6
Work Flow ........................................................... ...... 6

E

MAGNET CLUTCH CONTROL SYSTEM ......... 36
System Diagram .................................................. ....36 System Description .............................................. ....36

F

CAN COMMUNICATION SYSTEM ................... 37
System Description .............................................. ....37

G

INSPECTION AND ADJUSTMENT ................ ..... 8
Description & Inspection ..................................... ...... 8 Temperature Setting Trimmer ............................. .... 10 Foot Position Setting Trimmer ............................. .... 10 Inlet Port Memory Function (FRE) ...................... .... 11 Inlet Port Memory Function (REC) ...................... .... 11

DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM (HVAC) ......................... 38
CONSULT-III Function ........................................ ....38

H

COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS ...................... ... 42 HAC
U1000 CAN COMM CIRCUIT ........................... 42
Description ........................................................... ....42 DTC Logic ............................................................ ....42 Diagnosis Procedure .......................................... ....42 J

FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS ........................... ... 12
COMPRESSOR CONTROL FUNCTION ........ ....12
Description .......................................................... .... 12 Fail-Safe .............................................................. .... 13 Component Part Location ................................... .... 13 Component’s Role ............................................... .... 15

U1010 CONTROL UNIT (CAN) ......................... 43
Description ........................................................... ....43 DTC Logic ............................................................ ....43 Diagnosis Procedure ........................................... ....43

K

L

AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM ....17
System Diagram .................................................. .... 17 System Description ............................................. .... 17 Component Part Location ................................... .... 24 Component Description ....................................... .... 26

B257B, B257C AMBIENT SENSOR ................. 44
Description ........................................................... ....44 DTC Logic ............................................................ ....44 Diagnosis Procedure ........................................... ....45 Component Inspection ......................................... ....46 M

MODE DOOR CONTROL SYSTEM ............... ....28
System Diagram .................................................. .... 28 System Description ............................................. .... 28

B2578, B2579 IN-VEHICLE SENSOR .............. 47
Description ........................................................... ....47 DTC Logic ............................................................ ....47 Diagnosis Procedure ........................................... ....48 Component Inspection ......................................... ....49

N

AIR MIX DOOR CONTROL SYSTEM ............ ....30
System Diagram .................................................. .... 30 System Description ............................................. .... 30

O

B2581, B2582 INTAKE SENSOR ..................... 50
Description ........................................................... ....50 DTC Logic ............................................................ ....50 Diagnosis Procedure ........................................... ....50 Component Inspection ......................................... ....51 P

INTAKE DOOR CONTROL SYSTEM ............ ....32
System Diagram .................................................. .... 32 System Description ............................................. .... 32

BLOWER MOTOR CONTROL SYSTEM ....... ....34
System Diagram .................................................. .... 34 System Description ............................................. .... 34

B2630, B2631 SUNLOAD SENSOR ................. 53
Description ........................................................... ....53

HAC-1

DTC Logic ............................................................ ... 53 Diagnosis Procedure ........................................... ... 54 Component Inspection ......................................... ... 55

B2632, B2633 AIR MIX DOOR MOTOR (DRIVER SIDE) ............................................... ... 56
Description ........................................................... ... 56 DTC Logic ............................................................ ... 56 Diagnosis Procedure ........................................... ... 57

Wiring Diagram - AIR CONDITIONER CONTROL SYSTEM - ............................................................ ... 77 Fail-Safe ............................................................... ... 84 DTC Inspection Priority Chart ............................ ... 85 DTC Index ............................................................ ... 85

SYMPTOM DIAGNOSIS ............................ 87
AIR CONDITIONER CONTROL ..................... ... 87
Diagnosis Chart By Symptom .............................. ... 87

B2634, B2635 AIR MIX DOOR MOTOR (PASSENGER SIDE) ............................................... ... 58
Description ........................................................... ... 58 DTC Logic ............................................................ ... 58 Diagnosis Procedure ........................................... ... 59

INSUFFICIENT COOLING .............................. ... 88
Description ........................................................... ... 88 Inspection procedure ........................................... ... 88

INSUFFICIENT HEATING .............................. ... 91
Description ........................................................... ... 91 Inspection procedure ........................................... ... 91

B2636, B2637, B2638, B2639, B2654, B2655 MODE DOOR MOTOR ................................... ... 60
Description ........................................................... ... 60 DTC Logic ............................................................ ... 60 Diagnosis Procedure ........................................... ... 61

NOISE ............................................................. ... 94
Description ........................................................... ... 94 Inspection procedure ........................................... ... 94

B263D B263E, B263F, B2656 INTAKE DOOR MOTOR ........................................................... ... 63
Description ........................................................... ... 63 DTC Logic ............................................................ ... 63 Diagnosis Procedure ........................................... ... 64

MEMORY FUNCTION DOES NOT OPERATE... 96
Description ........................................................... ... 96 Inspection procedure ........................................... ... 96

PRECAUTION ............................................ 97
PRECAUTIONS .............................................. ... 97
Precaution for Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) "AIR BAG" and "SEAT BELT PRE-TENSIONER" .............................................................. ... 97 Precaution Necessary for Steering Wheel Rotation after Battery Disconnect ................................ ... 97 Precaution for Procedure without Cowl Top Cover... 98 Precautions For Xenon Headlamp Service .......... ... 98 Working with HFC-134a (R-134a) ........................ ... 98 General Refrigerant Precaution ........................... ... 99 Refrigerant Connection ........................................ ... 99 Service Equipment ............................................... . 101

POWER SUPPLY AND GROUND CIRCUIT .. ... 65
A/C AUTO AMP. .................................................... ... 65 A/C AUTO AMP. : Diagnosis Procedure ............. ... 65 A/C CONTROL ....................................................... ... 65 A/C CONTROL : Diagnosis Procedure ................ ... 65 A/C DISPLAY ......................................................... ... 66 A/C DISPLAY : Diagnosis Procedure .................. ... 66

A/C AUTO AMP. ............................................. ... 67
Description ........................................................... ... 67 Component Function Check ................................ ... 67 Diagnosis Procedure ........................................... ... 67

COMPRESSOR .............................................. .. 104
General Precautions ............................................ . 104

BLOWER MOTOR .......................................... ... 68
Description ........................................................... ... 68 Component Function Check .............................. ... 68 Diagnosis Procedure ........................................... ... 68 Component Inspection ......................................... ... 71

FLUORESCENT LEAK DETECTOR .............. .. 105
General Precautions ............................................ . 105

WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY BASIC INSPECTION ................................. 106
DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR WORKFLOW ...... .. 106
Work Flow ............................................................ . 106

MAGNET CLUTCH ......................................... ... 72
Description ........................................................... ... 72 Component Function Check ................................ ... 72 Diagnosis Procedure ........................................... ... 72

INSPECTION AND ADJUSTMENT ................ .. 108
WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM ................................................................. . 108 WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Description & Inspection .................... . 108 WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Temperature Setting Trimmer ............ . 110

A/C CONTROL SIGNAL CIRCUIT ................. ... 74
Diagnosis Procedure ........................................... ... 74

ECU DIAGNOSIS ..................................... ... 75
A/C AUTO AMP. ............................................. ... 75
Reference Value .................................................. ... 75

HAC-2

WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Foot Position Setting Trimmer ........... .. 110 WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Inlet Port Memory Function (FRE) ..... .. 111 WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Inlet Port Memory Function (REC) .... .. 111 WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM ........................................................................ .. 111 WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Description & Inspection ........................... .. 112 WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Temperature Setting Trimmer .................. .. 114 WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Foot Position Setting Trimmer .................. .. 114 WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Inlet Port Memory Function (FRE) ............ .. 115 WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Inlet Port Memory Function (REC) ........... .. 115 WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Gas Sensor Sensitivity Adjustment Function (With Intelligent Air Conditioner System) ...... .. 116 WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Clean Switch Interlocking Movement Change Function (With Intelligent Air Conditioner System) ............................................................... .. 116

WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM ........................................................................ .. 142 WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : System Diagram ....................................... .. 142 WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : System Description ................................... .. 142 WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Component Part Location ......................... .. 143 WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Component Description ............................ .. 144

A

B

C

MODE DOOR CONTROL SYSTEM ................ 145
System Diagram .................................................. .. 145 System Description .............................................. .. 145

D

AIR MIX DOOR CONTROL SYSTEM ............. 147
System Diagram .................................................. .. 147 System Description .............................................. .. 147

E

INTAKE DOOR CONTROL SYSTEM ............. 149
WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM ................................................................. .. 149 WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : System Diagram ................................ .. 149 WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : System Description ............................ .. 149 WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM ........................................................................ .. 150 WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : System Diagram ....................................... .. 150 WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : System Description ................................... .. 150

F

G

H

FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS ........................... . 117
COMPRESSOR CONTROL FUNCTION ........ .. 117
Description .......................................................... .. 117 Fail-Safe .............................................................. .. 118 Component Part Location ................................... .. 118 Component’s Role ............................................... .. 120

HAC

J

AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM .. 122
WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM ................................................................ .. 122 WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : System Diagram ................................ .. 122 WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : System Description ........................... .. 122 WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Component Part Location .................. .. 129 WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Component Description ..................... .. 132 WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM ........................................................................ .. 132 WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : System Diagram ....................................... .. 132 WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : System Description ................................... .. 133 WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Component Part Location ......................... .. 138 WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Component Description ............................ .. 141

BLOWER MOTOR CONTROL SYSTEM ........ 152
System Diagram .................................................. .. 152 System Description .............................................. .. 152 K

MAGNET CLUTCH CONTROL SYSTEM ....... 154
System Diagram .................................................. .. 154 System Description .............................................. .. 154

L

CAN COMMUNICATION SYSTEM ................. 155
System Description .............................................. .. 155

M

DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM (HVAC) ....................... 156
WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM ................................................................. .. 156 WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : CONSULT-III Function ....................... .. 156 WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM ........................................................................ .. 159 WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : CONSULT-III Function .............................. .. 159

N

O

P

COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS ...................... . 164
U1000 CAN COMM CIRCUIT ......................... 164
Description ........................................................... .. 164

PLASMACLUSTER SYSTEM ........................ .. 142

HAC-3

DTC Logic ............................................................ ..164 Diagnosis Procedure .......................................... ..164

B263D B263E, B263F, B2656 INTAKE DOOR MOTOR ........................................................... .. 188
Description ........................................................... . 188 DTC Logic ............................................................ . 188 Diagnosis Procedure ............................................ . 189

U1010 CONTROL UNIT (CAN) ...................... . 165
Description ........................................................... ..165 DTC Logic ............................................................ ..165 Diagnosis Procedure ........................................... ..165

POWER SUPPLY AND GROUND CIRCUIT .. .. 191
A/C AUTO AMP. ..................................................... . 191 A/C AUTO AMP. : Diagnosis Procedure .............. . 191

B257B, B257C AMBIENT SENSOR .............. . 166
Description ........................................................... ..166 DTC Logic ............................................................ ..166 Diagnosis Procedure ........................................... ..167 Component Inspection ......................................... ..168

A/C AUTO AMP. ............................................. .. 192
Description ........................................................... . 192 Component Function Check ................................ . 192 Diagnosis Procedure ............................................ . 192

B2578, B2579 IN-VEHICLE SENSOR ............ . 169
Description ........................................................... ..169 DTC Logic ............................................................ ..169 Diagnosis Procedure ........................................... ..170 Component Inspection ......................................... ..171

BLOWER MOTOR .......................................... .. 193
Description ........................................................... . 193 Component Function Check ............................... . 193 Diagnosis Procedure ............................................ . 193 Component Inspection ......................................... . 196

B2581, B2582 INTAKE SENSOR ................... . 172
Description ........................................................... ..172 DTC Logic ............................................................ ..172 Diagnosis Procedure ........................................... ..172 Component Inspection ......................................... ..173

MAGNET CLUTCH ......................................... .. 197
Description ........................................................... . 197 Component Function Check ................................ . 197 Diagnosis Procedure ............................................ . 197

B262A, B262B, B2657, B2658 GAS SENSOR. 175
WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM ........................................................................ ..175 WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Description ................................................ ..175 WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : DTC Logic ................................................. ..175 WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Diagnosis Procedure ................................. ..176

IONIZER .......................................................... .. 199
WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM ........................................................................ . 199 WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Description ................................................ . 199 WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Component Function Check ...................... . 199 WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Diagnosis Procedure ................................. . 199

B2630, B2631 SUNLOAD SENSOR .............. . 178
Description ........................................................... ..178 DTC Logic ............................................................ ..178 Diagnosis Procedure ........................................... ..179 Component Inspection ......................................... ..180

ECU DIAGNOSIS ...................................... 202
A/C AUTO AMP. ............................................. .. 202
WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM ................................................................. . 202 WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Reference Value ................................ . 202 WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Wiring Diagram - AIR CONDITIONER CONTROL SYSTEM - ......................................... . 203 WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Fail-Safe ............................................. . 211 WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : DTC Inspection Priority Chart .......... . 212 WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : DTC Index .......................................... . 212 WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM ........................................................................ . 213 WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Reference Value ........................................ . 213

B2632, B2633 AIR MIX DOOR MOTOR (DRIVER SIDE) ............................................... . 181
Description ........................................................... ..181 DTC Logic ............................................................ ..181 Diagnosis Procedure ........................................... ..182

B2634, B2635 AIR MIX DOOR MOTOR (PASSENGER SIDE) ............................................... . 183
Description ........................................................... ..183 DTC Logic ............................................................ ..183 Diagnosis Procedure ........................................... ..184

B2636, B2637, B2638, B2639, B2654, B2655 MODE DOOR MOTOR ................................... . 185
Description ........................................................... ..185 DTC Logic ............................................................ ..185 Diagnosis Procedure ........................................... ..186

HAC-4

........ 245 HAC INSUFFICIENT HEATING ... ................... 231 NOISE ............... 226 Diagnosis Chart By Symptom ............... 238 General Refrigerant Precaution ........... ............................. 239 Refrigerant Connection ................ ..................... 227 E F G INSUFFICIENT COOLING ........ 226 AIR CONDITIONER CONTROL ............................ 224 Inspection procedure ................ ................................ ......................................................... 228 COMPRESSOR ......................................AIR CONDITIONER CONTROL SYSTEM ..... ...... 236 Description ........... 227 WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Inspection procedure ............................................................... 237 Precaution Necessary for Steering Wheel Rotation after Battery Disconnect .. ............................. ......................... ..... .......... ......... ......... 238 Working with HFC-134a (R-134a) .......................................... ............. 215 WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Fail-Safe ....... ....... 236 Inspection procedure .............................................................. .... ....................................................................WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Wiring Diagram ...................................... .................................. ........................ 239 Service Equipment .......................... .......................................................... 245 General Precautions .......................... 244 H FLUORESCENT LEAK DETECTOR ....... .......... .... 241 D PLASMACLUSTER SYSTEM DOES NOT OPERATE ........................................ 226 PRECAUTION ............................. 228 Description ......................................... ....... ........ 237 Precaution for Procedure without Cowl Top Cover ......... ........................... ............... ....... ................ 234 Description .......................... 231 Description .......................................... 227 WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Description ..... 223 WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : DTC Inspection Priority Chart ...... 224 WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : DTC Index ...... 234 Inspection procedure ...... 228 Inspection procedure .................................................................. 227 WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM ................................. 231 J K L M N O P HAC-5 .... 236 C SYMPTOM DIAGNOSIS ....... ............................... ............................... ....... 244 General Precautions ........................... .................. 237 Precaution for Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) "AIR BAG" and "SEAT BELT PRE-TENSIONER" ......... 238 Precautions For Xenon Headlamp Service ........ 237 PRECAUTIONS ........................ 234 A B MEMORY FUNCTION DOES NOT OPERATE.......................................

"Description & Inspection". 2. HAC-6 . Refer to HAC-8. >> GO TO 2.OBTAIN INFORMATION ABOUT SYMPTOM Interview the customer to obtain as much information as possible about the conditions and environment under which the malfunction occurred. >> GO TO 3. *2: Refer to HAC-87. "DTC Index".DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR WORKFLOW < BASIC INSPECTION > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] BASIC INSPECTION DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR WORKFLOW Work Flow OVERALL SEQUENCE INFOID:0000000003846290 JSIIA0943GB *1: Refer to HAC-85.VERIFY SYMPTOM Verify the symptom with operational check based on the information obtained from the customer. "Diagnosis Chart By Symptom". DETAILED FLOW 1.

REPAIR OR REPLACE MALFUNCTIONING PARTS Repair or replace malfunctioning parts. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> INSPECTION END NO >> GO TO 3. >> GO TO 6.DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR WORKFLOW < BASIC INSPECTION > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] A 3.NARROW DOWN THE MALFUNCTIONING PARTS BY SYMPTOM DIAGNOSIS Perform symptom diagnosis and narrow down the malfunctioning parts.FINAL CHECK Check that the A/C system operates normally. Are self-diagnosis results normal? YES >> GO TO 4. C D 5. Refer to HAC-85. NOTE: If DTC is displayed. erase DTC after repairing or replacing malfunctioning parts. "Diagnosis Chart By Symptom". perform “SELF-DIAGNOSIS RESULTS” of HVAC. B 4. "DTC Index". >> GO TO 5. G H HAC J K L M N O P HAC-7 . Refer to HAC-87.CHECK WITH SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION OF CONSULT-III Using CONSULT-III. E F 6. NO >> GO TO 5.

3. 4. HAC-8 . Conditions : Engine running at normal operating temperature INFOID:0000000003846291 INSPECTION PROCEDURE 1.CHECK MEMORY FUNCTION 1. "System Description". 6. 3. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 3. Set the fan speed to speed 7. "Diagnosis Procedure". "Inspection procedure". Operate the temperature control switch (driver side) and raise the temperature setting to 32°C (90°F). Each position indicator should change shape. Check the operation for all fan speeds. 3. NO >> Blower motor system malfunction: HAC-68. Start the engine. NO >> Mode door system malfunction: HAC-61.CHECK DISCHARGE AIR 1. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 4. Turn the ignition switch OFF. Check that the temperature setting before turning the ignition switch OFF is stored. Operate the fan control dial. 2. JPIIA0877GB NOTE: Confirm that the compressor clutch is engaged (sound or visual inspection) and the intake door position is at the FRE when DEF is selected. Check that the fan speed changes. Press the AUTO switch. Start the engine. "Diagnosis Procedure".CHECK BLOWER MOTOR SPEED 1. 2.INSPECTION AND ADJUSTMENT < BASIC INSPECTION > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] INSPECTION AND ADJUSTMENT Description & Inspection DESCRIPTION The purpose of the operational check is to check that the individual system operates normally. Confirm that discharge air comes out according to the air distribution table. Press the MODE switch and the DEF switch. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 2. 2. 5. Press the OFF switch. NO >> Memory function malfunction: HAC-96. 3. 7. 2. Turn the ignition switch ON. Refer to HAC-17.

3. NO >> Insufficient heating: HAC-91.CHECK WITH TEMPERATURE SETTING LOWERED 1. Operate the temperature control switch (driver side). Press the DUAL switch. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 10. 2. 4. Press the DUAL switch. The A/C switch indicator is turned ON. Operate the temperature control switch (driver side) and lower the temperature setting to 18°C (60°F). NO >> Magnet clutch system malfunction: HAC-72.) NOTE: Confirm that the compressor clutch is engaged (sound or visual inspection) and the intake door position is at the FRE when the DEF is selected. (Slight change of blower sound can be heard. and then check that “AUTO” is shown on the display. "Inspection procedure". Operate the temperature control switch (passenger side). G H 7. "Diagnosis Procedure". Press the AUTO switch. and then check that the temperature setting (LH/RH) is unified to the driver side temperature setting. 3.CHECK LEFT AND RIGHT VENTILATION TEMPERATURE SEPARATELY CONTROL SYSTEM FUNCTION 1. L M N O 9. HAC J K 8. 2.CHECK AUTO MODE 1. Press the REC switch. B C 5. 2. 2.CHECK INTAKE AIR 1. "Diagnosis Chart By Symptom" and perform the appropriate diagnosis.INSPECTION AND ADJUSTMENT < BASIC INSPECTION > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] A 4. FRE indicator is turned ON. "Diagnosis Chart By Symptom" and perform the appropriate diagnosis. D E F 6. Confirm that the compressor clutch engages (sound or visual inspection). NO >> Refer to HAC-87. NO >> Intake door system malfunction: HAC-64. "Inspection procedure". Listen for the intake door position change. "Diagnosis Procedure". Check that the discharge air temperature (driver side) changes. Check that the warm air blows from the outlets. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 5. NO >> Refer to HAC-87. and then check that “DUAL” is shown on the display. Press the A/C switch. Check that the fan speed or outlet changes (the discharge air temperature or fan speed varies depending on the ambient temperature. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 9. Check that the cool air blows from the outlets. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 6. NO >> Insufficient cooling: HAC-88. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 7. Press the FRE switch. P HAC-9 . 2. Operate the compressor. 3. and temperature setting). Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 8. in-vehicle temperature. Check that the discharge air temperature (passenger side) changes. REC indicator is turned ON.CHECK A/C SWITCH 1.CHECK WITH TEMPERATURE SETTING RAISED Operate the temperature control switch (driver side) and raise the temperature setting to 32°C (90°F) after warming up the engine. Operate the temperature control switch (driver side). 1. 2.

Work support items Mode 1 BLOW SET Mode 2 (initial status) Mode 3 Mode 4 Display DEF door position Auto control OPEN OPEN CLOSE CLOSE Manual control CLOSE OPEN OPEN CLOSE HAC-10 .0 2.5 −1. 1. control temperature can be adjusted to compensate for the temperature setting. INFOID:0000000003846293 HOW TO SET Using CONSULT-III. Work support items Display (°F) 6 5 4 3 2 1 TEMP SET CORRECT 0 (initial status) −1 −2 −3 −4 −5 −6 Display (°C) 3. Temperature set becomes that of initial condition.0 1. and temperature setting).0°C (77°F) −3. trimmer operation is canceled. Operate the temperature control switch (driver side). Is the inspection result normal? YES >> INSPECTION END NO >> Refer to HAC-87.5 −2. the air blowing to the DEF can be turned ON/OFF.5 −3. Foot Position Setting Trimmer DESCRIPTION In the FOOT mode. "Diagnosis Chart By Symptom" and perform the appropriate diagnosis. the temperature controlled by A/C auto amp.5 0 (initial status) −0.0°C (−6°F).0 −1. HOW TO SET Using CONSULT-III. is 25.5 2. 2. in-vehicle temperature.0°C (6°F) = 22. the A/C auto amp. Check that the fan speed or outlet changes (the discharge air temperature or fan speed varies depending on the ambient temperature.5 1.CHECK AUTO MODE Press the AUTO switch.0°C (71°F) and the temperature becomes lower than the temperature setting.0 0.INSPECTION AND ADJUSTMENT < BASIC INSPECTION > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] 10. Temperature Setting Trimmer DESCRIPTION INFOID:0000000003846292 If the temperature felt by the customer is different than the air flow temperature controlled by the temperature setting. perform “TEMP SET CORRECT” on “WORK SUPPORT” of HVAC.0°C (77°F) and −3.0 −2. • When the battery cable is disconnected from the negative terminal or when the battery voltage becomes 10 V or less. perform “BLOW SET” on “WORK SUPPORT” of HVAC. and then check that “AUTO” is shown on the display.0 NOTE: • When the temperature setting is set to 25.

the air inlets will be controlled automatically when turning the ignition switch to the ON position again. N O P HAC-11 . “Perform the memory” or “Do not perform the memory” of the REC switch ON (recirculation) condition can be selected. Work support items FRE MEMORY SET Display WITHOUT (initial status) WITH Setting Perform the memory of manual FRE Do not perform the memory of manual FRE (auto control) E F NOTE: When the battery cable is disconnected from the negative terminal or when the battery voltage becomes 10 V or less. the REC switch will be ON (recirculation) when turning the ignition switch to the ON position again. Wind distribution rate set becomes that of initial condition. “Perform the memory” or “Do not perform the memory” of the FRE switch ON (fresh air intake) condition can be selected. G Inlet Port Memory Function (REC) DESCRIPTION H INFOID:0000000003846295 • If the ignition switch is turned to the OFF position while the REC switch is set to ON (recirculation). • If “Perform the memory” was set. • If “Do not perform the memory” was set. perform “FRE MEMORY SET” on “WORK SUPPORT” of HVAC. trimmer operation is cancelled. the setting of the FRE switch memory function may be cancelled. • If “Perform the memory” was set. perform “REC MEMORY SET” on “WORK SUPPORT” of HVAC. A Inlet Port Memory Function (FRE) DESCRIPTION INFOID:0000000003846294 B • If the ignition switch is turned to the OFF position while the FRE switch is set to ON (fresh air intake). C D HOW TO SET Using CONSULT-III. the FRE switch will be ON (fresh air intake) when turning the ignition switch to the ON position again. L Work support items REC MEMORY SET WITHOUT WITH (initial status) Display Setting Perform the memory of manual REC Do not perform the memory of manual REC (auto control) M NOTE: When the battery cable is disconnected from the negative terminal or when the battery voltage becomes 10 V or less. • If “Do not perform the memory” was set.INSPECTION AND ADJUSTMENT [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] < BASIC INSPECTION > NOTE: When the battery cable is disconnected from the negative terminal or when the battery voltage becomes 10 V or less. HAC J K HOW TO SET Using CONSULT-III. the setting of the REC switch memory function may be cancelled. the air inlets will be controlled automatically when turning the ignition switch to the ON position again.

“HVAC” Data monitor Active test ECM Self-diagnosis (CAN system diagnosis) Data monitor Self-diagnosis (CAN system diagnosis) Data monitor Auto active test Yes Yes Yes Location A Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes B C D “ENGINE” IPDM E/R “IPDM E/R” HAC-12 .COMPRESSOR CONTROL FUNCTION < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS COMPRESSOR CONTROL FUNCTION Description PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION Compressor is not activated. Functional circuit diagram INFOID:0000000003846298 JPIIA0483GB CAN (1) RX : A/C switch signal : Blower fan motor switch signal : A/C switch signal : Fan ON signal : Defroster signal CAN (2) : A/C Compressor request signal Functional initial inspection chart Control unit Diagnosis Item Self-diagnosis A/C auto amp.

COMPRESSOR CONTROL FUNCTION < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] INFOID:0000000003901219 Fail-Safe FAIL-SAFE FUNCTION A If a communication error exists between the A/C auto amp. air conditioner is controlled under the following conditions: Compressor Air outlet Air inlet Blower fan speed Set temperature : ON : AUTO : FRE (Fresh) : AUTO : Setting before communication error occurs INFOID:0000000003846299 B C D Component Part Location ENGINE COMPARTMENT E F G H HAC J K L M N O P HAC-13 . and A/C control for 30 seconds or longer.

Refrigerant pressure sensor 2. Ambient sensor PASSENGER COMPARTMENT HAC-14 . Compressor (magnet clutch) 3.COMPRESSOR CONTROL FUNCTION < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] JPIIA0992ZZ 1.

7. Sunload sensor Intake sensor 6.COMPRESSOR CONTROL FUNCTION < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] A B C D E F G H HAC J K L M N O JPIIA0997ZZ P 1. 5. 9. Intake door motor Mode door motor A/C auto amp. Air mix door motor (driver side) In-vehicle sensor Blower motor INFOID:0000000003846300 Component’s Role HAC-15 . Air mix door motor (passenger side) 3. 4. 2. 8.

"Description" HAC-68.COMPRESSOR CONTROL FUNCTION < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > Component Refrigerant pressure sensor Compressor Ambient sensor Intake door motor Air mix door motor (driver side) Air mix door motor (passenger side) Mode door motor Sunload sensor In-vehicle sensor A/C auto amp. "Description" HAC-44. "Description" HAC-58. Intake sensor Blower motor EC-348. "Description" HAC-67. "Description" HAC-56. "Description" [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] Description HAC-16 . "Description" HAC-60. "Description" HAC-63. "Description" HAC-50. "Description" HAC-47. "Description" HAC-53. "Description" HAC-72.

The relationship of these components is as shown in the figure below: B C D E F G H HAC J K JPIIA0878GB System Description CONTROL OPERATION Display The operation status of the system is displayed on the screen.AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] A INFOID:0000000003846301 AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM System Diagram CONTROL SYSTEM The control system consists of input sensors. the A/C auto amp. switches. INFOID:0000000003846302 L M N O JPIIA0879ZZ P HAC-17 . (microcomputer) and outputs.

7. intake door. Inlet status is displayed even during automatic control. air inlet. mode doors and blower speed are automatically controlled so that the in-vehicle temperature will reach. Also. Temperature control switch (passen2. fan speed. automatic control mode is entered. and compressor turns ON. MODE switch Defroster (DEF) switch A/C switch 3. and mode the position is set to foot position. REC switch is automatically turned OFF (fixed to FRE mode). rear window is defogged. Fresh (FRE) switch 12. intake door is set to the outside air position. air outlet. Then. and be maintained at the set temperature selected by the operator. DUAL switch indicator is turned ON. and air inlet is fixed to REC. • When pressing the AUTO switch. • When the temperature control switch is pressed. HAC-18 . 8. • When REC switch is pressed for approximately 1. and discharge air temperature are automatically controlled. REC switch indicator turns ON. OFF switch 11. ger side) Fan control dial Temperature control switch (driver side) 5. 6. Temperature Control Switch (Passenger Side) • The set temperature is increased or decreased with this switch. Recirculation (REC) switch AUTO switch Rear window defogger switch 10.5 seconds or longer. Temperature Control Switch (Driver Side) The set temperature is increased or decreased with this switch. 9. air inlet sets to FRE. Seven speeds are available for manual control (as shown on the display screen). air mix doors. OFF Switch Compressor and blower turn OFF. 4.AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > A/C Control [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] JPIIA0883ZZ 1. A/C Switch Compressor turns ON or OFF with this switch. Recirculation (REC) Switch • When REC switch is ON. • When FRE switch is turned ON. AUTO Switch • The compressor. REC mode can be re-entered by pressing REC switch again. (Pressing the A/C switch when the A/C switch is ON turns OFF the A/C switch and compressor. Defroster (DEF) Switch Mode doors are set to the defrost position with this switch.) Fan Control Dial The blower speed is manually controlled with this dial. Rear Window Defogger Switch When indicator is ON. DUAL switch MODE Switch The air discharge outlets are controlled with this switch. REC and FRE switch indicators blink twice.

REC and FRE switch indicators blink twice. • When REC switch is turned ON. FRE switch indicator turns ON. Inlet status is displayed even during automatic control. temperature can each be set independently. Then.AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] A Fresh (FRE)Switch • When FRE switch is ON. FRE switch is automatically turned OFF (fixed to REC mode). automatic control mode is entered. B C D E F G H HAC J K L M N O P HAC-19 . • When the DUAL switch indicator is OFF.5 seconds or longer. the driver side and passenger side. and air inlet is fixed to FRE. FRE mode can be re-entered by pressing FRE switch again. DUAL Switch • When the DUAL switch indicator is ON. • When FRE switch is pressed for approximately 1. the driver side setting temperature is applied to both sides.

AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > DISCHARGE AIR FLOW [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] JPIIA1012GB HAC-20 .

AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > AIR DISTRIBUTION [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] A B C D E JPIIA0877GB SWITCHES AND THEIR CONTROL FUNCTION F G H HAC J K L M JPIIA0885GB N O P HAC-21 .

motor opening angle signals. The A/C auto amp. and motors are connected by data transmission lines and motor power supply lines.. The following functions are contained in LCUs built into the mode door motor. the mode door motor.. the air mix door motors and the intake door motor. the mode door motor. • Address • Motor opening angle signals • Data transmission • Motor stop and drive decision • Opening angle sensor (PBR function) • Comparison HAC-22 . the air mix door motors and the intake door motor. the air mix door motor and the intake door motor. A configuration of these components is as shown in the figure below. JSIIA1129GB SYSTEM CONSTRUCTION A small network exists between the A/C auto amp. Addresses.AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] JSIIA1186GB AIR CONDITIONER LAN CONTROL SYSTEM The LAN (Local Area Network) system consists of the A/C auto amp. The LAN network is built through the ground circuits of each door motor. and each door motor. motor stop signals and error checking messages are all transmitted through the data transmission lines connecting the A/C auto amp.

Finally. HOT/COLD. The new selection data is returned to the A/C auto amp. START: J • Initial compulsory signal is sent to each of the door motors. OPEN/SHUT or FRE/REC operation is selected. the air mix door motors and the intake door motor. indicated value and motor opening angle comparison) A B C JSIIA1130GB Operation The A/C auto amp. and each of the motor position sensors is compared by the LCUs in each door motor with the existing decision and opening angles. data is transmitted consecutively to each of the door motors following the form as shown in the figure below.Poor electrical connections . receives data from each of the sensors. OPENING ANGLE: L M N • Data that shows the indicated door opening angle of each door motor. the air mix door and the intake door opening angle data to the mode door motor LCU. The mode door motor. The LCUs then make the appropriate error decision. the received data is rejected and the corrected data received. transmitted and received data is checked for errors. If the opening angle data has no error. the air mix door motors and the intake door motor. is selected according to data-based decisions made by the mode door motor. the air mix door motors and the intake door motor read their respective signals according to the address signal. the opening angle data and error check signals are received by the door motor LCUs. The A/C auto amp. Next. • If the addresses are identical.Malfunction of electrical frequency .Signal leakage from transmission lines .AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > • Decision (A/C auto amp. . DEF/VENT. the air mix door motor LCUs and the intake door motor LCU. door control is based upon the corrected opening angle data. Error data is then compiled. ADDRESS: K • Data sent from the A/C auto amp.Signal level fluctuation STOP SIGNAL: P HAC-23 . ERROR CHECK: O • In this procedure. sends mode door. The error check prevents corrupted data from being used by the mode door motor. door control begins. D E F G H HAC JSIIA1131GB Transmission Data and Transmission Order A/C auto amp. Opening angle indication signals received from the A/C auto amp. Error data can be related to the following symptoms. • If an error exists.

or internal malfunction message is delivered to the A/C auto amp. in-operation. This completes one data transmission and control cycle.AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > • At the end of each transmission. a stop operation. JSIIA1132GB Component Part Location ENGINE COMPARTMENT INFOID:0000000003846303 HAC-24 .

Refrigerant pressure sensor 2.AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] A B C D E F G H HAC J K L M N O JPIIA0992ZZ P 1. Ambient sensor PASSENGER COMPARTMENT HAC-25 . Compressor (magnet clutch) 3.

8. Air mix door motor (passenger side) 3. 7. 2. Air mix door motor (driver side) In-vehicle sensor Blower motor INFOID:0000000003846304 Component Description HAC-26 . Intake door motor Mode door motor A/C auto amp.AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] JPIIA0997ZZ 1. 9. Sunload sensor Intake sensor 6. 4. 5.

"Description" HAC-63. "Description" HAC-68. "Description" HAC-53. "Description" HAC-58. "Description" HAC-60. "Description" HAC-72. "Description" HAC-47. Intake sensor Blower motor EC-348. "Description" HAC-44. "Description" HAC-50. "Description" HAC-56.AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > Component Refrigerant pressure sensor Compressor Ambient sensor Intake door motor Air mix door motor (driver side) Air mix door motor (passenger side) Mode door motor Sunload sensor In-vehicle sensor A/C auto amp. "Description" HAC-67. "Description" [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] Description A B C D E F G H HAC J K L M N O P HAC-27 .

MODE DOOR CONTROL SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] MODE DOOR CONTROL SYSTEM System Diagram INFOID:0000000003846309 JPIIA0493GB System Description INFOID:0000000003846310 The mode door is automatically controlled by the temperature setting. HOT/COLD. SYSTEM OPERATION • The A/C auto amp. the mode door motor and the intake door motor read their respective signals according to the address signal. • The A/C auto amp. intake temperature and amount of sunload. the mode door and the intake door opening angle data to the air mix door motor LCUs. Door Motor Circuit JSIIA1133GB Mode Door Control Specification HAC-28 . • The air mix door motors. receives data from each of the sensors. The newly selected data is returned to the A/C auto amp. Opening angle indication signals received from the A/C auto amp. ambient temperature. DEF/VENT. sends the air mix door. and each of the motor position sensors are compared by the LCUs in each door motor with the existing decision and opening angles. • Next. the mode door motor LCU and the intake door motor LCU. OPEN/SHUT or FRE/REC operations is selected. in-vehicle temperature.

MODE DOOR CONTROL SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > Mode position can be selected manually by pressing the MODE switch or the DEF switch on the A/C control. or D/F) is selected based on a target the air mix door opening angle and sunload depending on the temperature calculated by the A/C auto amp. This the setting of a mode position. FOOT. [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] A B C JPIIA0767GB D E F G H HAC J K L M N O P HAC-29 . Pressing the AUTO switch allows automatic control by the A/C auto amp. B/L. During the automatic control of a mode position. a mode door position (VENT. In addition. the D/F is selected to prevent windshield fogging only when ambient temperature is extremely low with mode position the FOOT.

ambient temperature. The newly selected data is returned to the A/C auto amp.AIR MIX DOOR CONTROL SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] AIR MIX DOOR CONTROL SYSTEM System Diagram INFOID:0000000003846311 JPIIA0498GB System Description INFOID:0000000003846312 The air mix doors are automatically controlled so that in-vehicle temperature is maintained at a predetermined value by the temperature setting. the mode door motor and the intake door motor read their respective signals according to the address signal. • The A/C auto amp. receives data from each of the sensors. Door Motor Circuit JSIIA1133GB Air Mix Door Control Specification HAC-30 . the mode door motor LCU and the intake door motor LCU. intake temperature and amount of sunload. the mode door and the intake door opening angle data to the air mix door motor LCUs. SYSTEM OPERATION • The A/C auto amp. DEF/VENT. sends air mix door. • The air mix door motors. OPEN/SHUT or FRE/REC operation is selected. HOT/COLD. • Next. Opening angle indication signals received from the A/C auto amp. and each of the motor position sensors are compared by the LCUs in each door motor with the existing decision and opening angles.

air mix door is set on full cold. keeping an optimum air mix door opening angle. controls air mix door according to the target air mix door opening angle and current air mix door opening angle.AIR MIX DOOR CONTROL SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > When ignition switch is ON. the A/C auto amp. and when the temperature is set at 32°C (90°F). The A/C auto amp. it is set to full hot. the A/C auto amp. When the temperature is set at 18°C (60°F). When setting a target temperature with the temperature control switch. continuously and automatically controls temperatures regardless of air conditioner operational condition. corrects the set temperature and decides a target air mix door opening angle. [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] A B C JPIIA0633GB D E F G H HAC J K L M N O P HAC-31 .

amount of sunload and ON/OFF operation of the compressor. When the DEF or OFF switches are pressed. SYSTEM OPERATION The intake door control judges intake door position based on the ambient temperature. the A/C auto amp. sets the intake door to the FRE position. intake temperature.INTAKE DOOR CONTROL SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] INTAKE DOOR CONTROL SYSTEM System Diagram INFOID:0000000003846313 JPIIA0887GB System Description INFOID:0000000003846314 The intake door is automatically controlled by the temperature setting. Door Motor Circuit JSIIA1133GB Intake Door Control Specification HAC-32 . the intake air temperature and the in-vehicle temperature. in-vehicle temperature. ambient temperature.

ambient temperature. the 20% FRE. • Intake door position is basically set to the REC when the REC indicator is ON. [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] A B C JPIIA0634GB D E F G H HAC J K L M N O P HAC-33 . • The intake door automatic control selects the FRE.INTAKE DOOR CONTROL SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > • Intake door position is basically set to the FRE when the FRE indicator is ON or DEF switch is ON. based on in-vehicle temperature. and sunload. or the REC depending on the target air mix door opening angle.

changes the duty ratio of blower motor drive signal and controls the air flow continuously so that the air flow becomes the target air flow. • If the AUTO switch is pressed or if the DEF switch is pressed while in the OFF condition. the blower motor operation is delayed to prevent cool air from flowing. the blower motor starts to gradually increase air flow volume. • When increasing the air flow. When engine coolant temperature is low. starting air flow control at low coolant temperature. and air flow control at actuator operation in addition to manual control. • The A/C auto amp.BLOWER MOTOR CONTROL SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] BLOWER MOTOR CONTROL SYSTEM System Diagram INFOID:0000000003846315 JPIIA0502GB System Description INFOID:0000000003846316 Blower speed is automatically controlled by the temperature setting. normal automatic air flow control. the A/C auto amp. • There are the following types of air flow control: starting air flow control. starting air flow control at high in-vehicle temperature. amount of sunload and air mix door position. By pressing the AUTO switch. ambient temperature. Normal Automatic Air Flow Control • When the target temperature is set by the temperature control switch of A/C control. it changes the duty ratio of the blower motor drive signal to prevent the air flow from suddenly increasing. • The minimum air flow will change according to the sunload when the air discharge outlet is VENT or B/L. intake temperature. in-vehicle temperature. the manual selection (1-7) with the fan control dial has priority. SYSTEM OPERATION System Operation • For air flow. it changes to the automatic control by A/C auto amp. performs the calculation and decides the target according to the signal from each sensor. Fan Speed Control Specification JPIIA0635GB HAC-34 .

Start up from usual or HOT SOAK Condition (Automatic mode) The blower will begin operation momentarily after the AUTO switch is pressed. • It becomes the starting air flow control at low coolant temperature according to the calculation result of the A/ C auto amp. In the most extreme case (very low ambient temperature) the blower start delay is 150 seconds as described above. the blower does not operate for a short period of time (up to 150 seconds). The blower speed rises gradually to the objective speed over a time period of 3 seconds or less (actual time depends on the objective blower speed).BLOWER MOTOR CONTROL SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] A Starting Air Flow Control • When starting the automatic control of air flow. The exact start delay time varies depending on the ambient temperature and engine coolant temperature. B C D E F G H HAC J K L M N O P HAC-35 . After this delay. and engine coolant temperature [approximately 56°C (133°F) or less] during the automatic air flow control. • Do not perform the starting air flow control when the air discharge outlet is set to DEF. Starting Fan Speed Control Start up from COLD SOAK Condition (Automatic mode) In cold start up condition where the engine coolant temperature is below 56°C (133°F). the system gradually increases the duty ratio of the blower motor drive signal to prevent too much air from blowing. and then the blower speed increases to the objective speed. • The time period from when the air flow changes from LO to HI is approximately 8 seconds. the blower will operate at low speed until the engine coolant temperature rises above 56°C (133°F).

Compressor Protection Control The ECM makes the A/C relay turn OFF and stops the compressor when pressure on the high-pressure side detected by the refrigerant pressure sensor is over approximately 3. Low Temperature Protection Control Turn the A/C relay to OFF and stop the compressor by the signal from the A/C auto amp according to the evaporator passing air temperature detected by the intake sensor and the ambient temperature detected by the ambient sensor. based on each sensor status (refrigerant-pressure sensor signal. the IPDM E/R turns the A/C relay ON to operate the compressor.18bar. uses input A/C compressor feedback signal to control air inlet. 17 psi). via CAN communication. or the DEF switch is pressed. throttle angle. the ECM simultaneously sends A/C compressor feedback signal to A/C auto amp. When sending A/C compressor request signal to the IPDM E/R via CAN communication line. SYSTEM OPERATION When the A/C switch. via CAN communication line. intake air temperature and signal from ECM. 31.). etc.MAGNET CLUTCH CONTROL SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] MAGNET CLUTCH CONTROL SYSTEM System Diagram INFOID:0000000003846317 JPIIA0504GB System Description INFOID:0000000003846318 The A/C auto amp. controls compressor operation by ambient temperature.. or below approximately 118 kPa (1.19bar. it sends A/C compressor request signal to the IPDM E/R. via CAN communication. HAC-36 . If the ECM judges that the compressor can be turned ON. 452 psi). the AUTO switch. then.8 kg/cm2.2 kg/cm2. 1. ECM judges whether compressor can be turned ON. A/C auto amp. transmit the A/C switch signal and blower fan motor switch signal to the ECM. Upon receipt of A/C compressor request signal from the ECM.119 kPa (31. The ECM sends A/C compressor feedback signal to A/C auto amp.

control units are connected with 2 communication lines (CAN-H line. For details. In CAN communication. "CAN System Specification Chart". Many electronic control units are equipped onto each vehicle.CAN COMMUNICATION SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] A INFOID:0000000003846319 CAN COMMUNICATION SYSTEM System Description CAN (Controller Area Network) is a serial communication line for real time application. and each control unit shares information and links with other control units during operation (not independent). B C D E F G H HAC J K L M N O P HAC-37 . Each control unit transmits/receives data but selectively reads required data only. It is an on-vehicle multiplex communication line with high data communication speed and excellent error detection ability. refer to LAN-22. CAN-L line) allowing a high rate of information transmission with less wiring.

or there is a short in the circuit) • Sunload sensor • A/C auto amp.. • Harness and connector (Sunload sensor circuit is open. • Ambient sensor • A/C auto amp. or there is a short in the circuit) • Air mix door motor (driver side) • A/C auto amp. Changes the setting for each system function. The signals used to activate each device are forcibly supplied from A/C auto amp. or there is a short in the circuit) • In-vehicle sensor • A/C auto amp. or there is a short in the circuit) • Intake sensor • A/C auto amp. input/output data in real time. number. • Harness and connector (In-vehicle sensor circuit is open. Displays A/C auto amp. is not transmitting or receiving CAN communication signal for 2 or more seconds. • Harness and connector (Ambient sensor circuit is open. • Harness and connector (Intake sensor circuit is open. "DTC Index". When A/C auto amp. Displays the diagnosis results judged by A/C auto amp. Diagnosis mode ECU Identification Self Diagnostic Result Data Monitor Active Test Displays the A/C auto amp.DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM (HVAC) < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM (HVAC) CONSULT-III Function CONSULT-III application items INFOID:0000000003846320 CONSULT-III can display each diagnosis item using the diagnosis test modes shown as per the following. Display Item List DTC Items (CONSULT-III screen terms) CAN COMM CIRCUIT Diagnostic item is detected when. • Temperature setting trimmer • Inlet port memory function (FRE) • Inlet port memory function (REC) • Foot position setting trimmer Description Work Support SELF DIAGNOSTIC RESULT Refer to HAC-85. When detecting error during the initial diagnosis of CAN controller of A/C auto amp. • Harness and connector (CAN communication line is open or shorted) (Air mix door motor is open or shorted) B257B B257C B2578 B2579 B2581 B2582 B2630* B2631* B2632 AMB TEMP SEN (SHORT) AMB TEMP SEN (OPEN) IN CAR SENSOR (OUT OF RANGE [LOW]) IN CAR SENSOR (OUT OF RANGE [HI]) EVAP TEMP SEN (SHORT) EVAP TEMP SEN (OPEN) SUNLOAD SEN (SHORT) SUNLOAD SEN (OPEN) DR AIRMIX ACTR (SHORT) B2633 DR AIRMIX ACTR (OPEN) HAC-38 .7 w/m2 (30 kcal/m2·h) or less Detected calorie at sunload sensor 2832 w/m2 (1304 kcal/m2·h) or more Air mix door PBR (driver side) position 5% or less Air mix door PBR (driver side) position 95% or more Possible cause U1000 CAN communication system U1010 CONTROL UNIT (CAN) A/C auto amp.. Detected temperature at ambient sensor −44°C (−47°F) or less Detected temperature at ambient sensor 100°C (212°F) or more Detected temperature at in-vehicle sensor −44°C (−47°F) or less Detected temperature at in-vehicle sensor 100°C (212°F) or more Detected temperature at intake sensor −33°C (−27°F) or less Detected temperature at intake sensor 69°C (156°F) or more Detected calorie at sunload sensor 64.

Air mix door PBR (passenger side) position 5% or less [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] Possible cause • Air mix door motor (passenger side) • A/C auto amp. • Harness and connector (CAN communication line is open or shorted) (Air mix door motor is open or shorted) • Mode door motor • A/C auto amp. In-vehicle sensor value calculated by A/C auto amp.. N O P HAC-39 .DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM (HVAC) < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > DTC B2634 Items (CONSULT-III screen terms) PASS AIRMIX ACTR (SHORT) Diagnostic item is detected when.. • Harness and connector (CAN communication line is open or shorted) (Mode door motor is open or shorted) A B B2635 PASS AIRMIX ACTR (OPEN) Air mix door PBR (passenger side) position 95% or more C B2636 B2637 B2638 B2639 B263D DR VENT DOOR FAIL DR B/L DOOR FAIL DR D/F1 DOOR FAIL DR DEF DOOR FAIL FRE DOOR FAIL When the malfunctioning door position is detected at VENT position When the malfunctioning door position is detected at B/L position When the malfunctioning door position is detected at FOOT position When the malfunctioning door position is detected at DEF position When the malfunctioning intake door position is detected at FRE position When the malfunctioning intake door position is detected at 20% FRE position When the malfunctioning intake door position is detected at REC position When the malfunctioning door position is detected at D/F position When the malfunctioning door position is detected at B/L2 position D E F • Intake door motor • A/C auto amp. otherwise self-diagnosis indicates even though the sunload sensor is functioning normally. • Harness and connector (CAN communication line is open or shorted) (Intake door motor is open or shorted) B263E 20P FRE DOOR FAIL G B263F B2654 REC DOOR FAIL D/F2 DOOR FAIL H HAC B2655 B/L2 DOOR FAIL J B2656 BTC FRE DOOR FAIL When the malfunctioning intake door position is detected K L *: Perform self-diagnosis under sunshine. • Harness and connector (CAN communication line is open or shorted) (Intake door motor is open or shorted) • Mode door motor • A/C auto amp. aim a light (more than 60 W) at sunload sensor. When performing indoors. • Harness and connector (CAN communication line is open or shorted) (Mode door motor is open or shorted) • Intake door motor • A/C auto amp. DATA MONITOR Display item list M Monitor item [Unit] COMP REQ SIG FAN REQ SIG AMB TEMP SEN IN-VEH TEMP INT TEMP SEN SUNLOAD SEN AMB SEN CAL IN-VEH CAL [On/Off] [On/Off] [°C] [°C] [°C] [w/m2] [°C] [°C] Description Displays A/C switch ON/OFF status transmitted to other units via CAN communication Displays blower switch ON/OFF status transmitted to other units via CAN communication Ambient sensor value converted from ambient sensor signal received from ambient sensor In-vehicle sensor value converted from in-vehicle sensor signal received from in-vehicle sensor Intake sensor value converted from intake sensor signal received from intake sensor Sunload sensor value converted from sunload sensor signal received from sunload sensor Ambient sensor value calculated by A/C auto amp.

In the FOOT mode. Reference HAC-10. the auto amplifier control temperature can be adjusted to compensate for the temperature setting. WORK SUPPORT Work item Description If the temperature felt by the customer is different than the air flow temperature controlled by the temperature setting. the air blowing to the DEF can change ON/ OFF. Description HVAC TEST Test item MODE 1 Mode door position Intake door position Air mix door position (driver & passenger side) Blower motor duty ratio Compressor (Magnet clutch) VENT REC FULL COLD 37% ON MODE 2 B/L1 REC FULL COLD 91% ON MODE 3 B/L2 20% FRE FULL HOT 65% OFF MODE 4 AUTO FOOT FRE FULL HOT 65% OFF MODE 5 D/F FRE FULL HOT 65% ON MODE 6 DEF FRE FULL HOT 91% ON MODE 7 - NOTE: • Perform the inspection of each output device after starting the engine because the compressor is operated. "Temperature Setting Trimmer" HAC-10. Duty ratio of blower motor judged by A/C auto amp. Refer to the following table for the conditions of each mode. according to the temperature setting and the value from each sensor Water temperature signal value received from ECM via CAN communication Vehicle speed signal value received from meter via CAN communication ACTIVE TEST Test item ALL SEG HVAC TEST Indicator all segment lighting The operation check of A/C system can be performed by selecting the mode. Target discharge air temperature judged by A/C auto amp. Sunload sensor value calculated by A/C auto amp. "Foot Position Setting Trimmer" TEMP SET CORRECT BLOW SET HAC-40 . • When choosing to “MODE 7”.DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM (HVAC) < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > Monitor item [Unit] INT TEMP CAL SUNL SEN CAL FAN DUTY XM ENG COOL TEMP VEHICLE SPEED [°C] [Mph (km/h)] [°C] [w/m2] [%] [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] Description Intake sensor value calculated by A/C auto amp. error message is displayed but it is not malfunction.

the FRE switch will be ON (fresh air intake) when turning the ignition switch to the ON position again. G H HAC J K L M N O P HAC-41 . • If “Do not perform the memory” was set. • If “Perform the memory” was set. "Inlet Port Memory Function (REC)" REC MEMORY SET F NOTE: When the battery cable is disconnected from the negative terminal or when the battery voltage becomes 10 V or less. the setting of WORK SUPPORT may be cancelled. “Perform the memory” or “Do not perform the memory” of the REC switch ON (recirculation) condition can be selected. "Inlet Port Memory Function (FRE)" FRE MEMORY SET C D E HAC-11. [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] Reference A B HAC-11.DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM (HVAC) < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > Work item Description • If the ignition switch is turned to the OFF position while the FRE switch is set to ON (fresh air intake). “Perform the memory” or “Do not perform the memory” of the FRE switch ON (fresh air intake) condition can be selected. • If “Perform the memory” was set. the REC switch will be ON (recirculation) when turning the ignition switch to the ON position again. the air inlets will be controlled automatically when turning the ignition switch to the ON position again. • If “Do not perform the memory” was set. • If the ignition switch is turned to the OFF position while the REC switch is set to ON (recirculation). the air inlets will be controlled automatically when turning the ignition switch to the ON position again.

Is “CAN COMM CIRCUIT” displayed? YES >> Perform trouble diagnosis for the CAN communication system. and each control unit shares information and links with other control units during operation (not independent). DTC Logic DTC DETECTION LOGIC DTC Items (CONSULT-III screen terms) CAN COMM CIRCUIT Diagnostic item is detected when. 2. control units are connected with two communication lines (CAN-H line. Using CONSULT-III. When A/C auto amp. Many electronic control units are equipped onto a vehicle. Turn ignition switch ON and wait for 2 or more seconds. perform “SELF-DIAGNOSIS RESULTS” of HVAC. CAN Communication Signal Chart.. "Intermittent Incident". Each control unit transmits/receives data but selectively reads required data only. Refer to GI-35. "Trouble Diagnosis Flow Chart". In CAN communication. It is an on-vehicle multiplex communication line with high data communication speed and excellent error detection ability. NO >> Perform the intermittent malfunction diagnosis. Refer to LAN-14. "How to Use CAN Communication Signal Chart". CAN-L line) allowing a high rate of information transmission with less wiring. Refer to LAN-13.U1000 CAN COMM CIRCUIT < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS U1000 CAN COMM CIRCUIT Description INFOID:0000000003846322 CAN (Controller Area Network) is a serial communication line for real time application. is not transmitting or receiving CAN communication signal for 2 or more seconds. INFOID:0000000003846323 Possible cause U1000 CAN communication system Diagnosis Procedure INFOID:0000000003846324 1. HAC-42 ..CHECK WITH SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION OF CONSULT-III 1.

When detecting error during the initial diagnosis of CAN controller of A/C auto amp.. D E Diagnosis Procedure INFOID:0000000003846327 1.CHECK WITH SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION OF CONSULT-III Using CONSULT-III. F G H HAC J K L M N O P HAC-43 . NO >> INSPECTION END. perform “SELF-DIAGNOSIS RESULTS” of HVAC. C Possible cause A/C auto amp.. B INFOID:0000000003846326 DTC Logic DTC DETECTION LOGIC DTC U1010 Items (CONSULT-III screen terms) CONTROL UNIT (CAN) Diagnostic item is detected when. Is DTC “U1010” displayed? YES >> Replace A/C auto amp.U1010 CONTROL UNIT (CAN) < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] A INFOID:0000000003846325 U1010 CONTROL UNIT (CAN) Description Initial diagnosis of A/C auto amp.

As an example. • Harness and connector (Ambient sensor circuit is open.. the temperature detected by the ambient sensor increases. It only allows the A/C auto amp. Detected temperature at ambient sensor −44°C (−47°F) or less Detected temperature at ambient sensor 100°C (212°F) or more Possible cause • Ambient sensor • A/C auto amp. the location of the ambient sensor. DTC Logic DTC DETECTION LOGIC INFOID:0000000003846329 NOTE: • If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010.B257B.33°C (0. • If there is an open circuit in the ambient sensor. DTC B257B B257C Items (CONSULT-III screen terms) AMB TEMP SEN (SHORT) AMB TEMP SEN (OPEN) Diagnostic item is detected when. "DTC Logic". B257C AMBIENT SENSOR Description COMPONENT DESCRIPTION Ambient Sensor • The ambient sensor (1) is installed behind left side of front bumper.. registers extreme cold [−44°C (−47°F)] and adjusts the temperature control warmer. first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010. equips a processing circuit for the ambient sensor input. or there is a short in the circuit) DTC CONFIRMATION PROCEDURE 1.6°F) per 100 seconds. • It detects ambient temperature and converts it into a resistance value which is then input into the A/C auto amp. INFOID:0000000003846328 JPIIA0898ZZ Ambient Sensor Circuit JPIIA0612GB AMBIENT TEMPERATURE INPUT PROCESS The A/C auto amp. A/C auto amp. consider stopping for a few minutes after high speed driving.CHECK WITH SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION OF CONSULT-III HAC-44 . function. when the temperature detected by the ambient sensor increases quickly. Refer to HAC42. This is because the heat from the engine compartment can radiate to the front bumper area. "DTC Logic" or HAC-43. to recognize an ambient temperature increase of 0. the processing circuit retards the A/C auto amp. However. B257C AMBIENT SENSOR < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] B257B. Although the actual ambient temperature has not changed.

"Component Inspection". Turn ignition switch ON.CHECK CIRCUIT CONTINUITY BETWEEN AMBIENT SENSOR AND A/C AUTO AMP. "Diagnosis Procedure". registers extreme cold [−44°C (−47°F)] and adjusts the temperature control warmer. A/C auto amp. connector. • If there is an open circuit in the ambient sensor. 1. Turn ignition switch OFF. harness connector. Disconnect ambient sensor connector. L 3. NO >> Replace ambient sensor. 2. Refer to HAC-45.B257B.CHECK VOLTAGE BETWEEN AMBIENT SENSOR AND GROUND 1. 2. Using CONSULT-III. Refer to HAC42. B257C AMBIENT SENSOR [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > 1. harness connector. NO >> GO TO 4. Turn ignition switch OFF. Connector M50 Terminal 35 O P Continuity Existed 4. "DTC Logic". Check continuity between ambient sensor harness connector and A/C auto amp. HAC-45 . 2. Disconnect A/C auto amp. Disconnect A/C auto amp. Check voltage between ambient sensor harness connector and ground. Refer to HAC-46. Check continuity between ambient sensor harness connector and ground. 3. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Replace A/C auto amp. Ambient sensor Connector E337 Terminal 2 A/C auto amp. Ambient sensor Connector E337 Terminal 1 A/C auto amp. M N 4. connector. NOTE: • If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010. first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010.CHECK AMBIENT SENSOR Check ambient sensor. 3.CHECK CIRCUIT CONTINUITY BETWEEN AMBIENT SENSOR AND A/C AUTO AMP. (+) Ambient sensor Connector E337 Terminal 1 (−) — Ground Voltage E F G Approx. 5 V Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 2. 2. perform “SELF-DIAGNOSIS RESULTS” of HVAC. NO >> INSPECTION END A B C Diagnosis Procedure INFOID:0000000003846330 D 1. NO >> Repair harness or connector. 3. 1. Is DTC “B257B” or “B257C” displayed? YES >> Perform trouble diagnosis for the ambient sensor. Check if any DTC is displayed in the self-diagnosis results. Check continuity between ambient sensor harness connector and A/C auto amp. H 2. Connector M50 Terminal 37 HAC J Continuity Existed K Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 3. "DTC Logic" or HAC-43.

24 2. 2.92 7. B257C AMBIENT SENSOR < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > Ambient sensor Connector E337 Terminal 1 [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] — Ground Continuity Not existed Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Replace A/C auto amp.73 9.19 1. Disconnect ambient sensor connector.27 1. Turn ignition switch OFF. 3.99 3. "Exploded View".51 1.CHECK AMBIENT SENSOR 1.B257B.95 3. Condition Temperature °C (°F) −15 (5) −10 (14) −5 (23) 0 (32) 5 (41) 10 (50) 1 2 15 (59) 20 (68) 25 (77) 30 (86) 35 (95) 40 (104) 45 (113) Resistance kΩ 12. Refer to VTL-24. Check resistance between ambient sensor terminals.65 2. NO >> Replace ambient sensor.07 Terminal Is the inspection result normal? YES >> END.81 1.19 4. Component Inspection INFOID:0000000003846331 1. NO >> Repair harness or connector.80 6. HAC-46 .

It produces vacuum pressure due to air discharged from the heater & cooling unit assembly. It is then input into the A/C auto amp.B2578. B2579 IN-VEHICLE SENSOR Description In-vehicle Sensor • The in-vehicle sensor (1) is located on instrument driver lower panel. • It converts variations in compartment air temperature drawn from the aspirator into a resistance value. B C D E JPIIA1019ZZ In-vehicle Sensor Circuit F G H JPIIA0613GB HAC Aspirator The aspirator (1) is located on driver side of heater & cooling unit assembly. B2579 IN-VEHICLE SENSOR < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] A INFOID:0000000003846332 B2578. : Vehicle front J K L JPIIA0890ZZ M N O P RJIA1804E DTC Logic DTC DETECTION LOGIC NOTE: INFOID:0000000003846333 HAC-47 . continuously taking compartment air in the aspirator.

B2578, B2579 IN-VEHICLE SENSOR
[WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010, first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010. Refer to HAC42, "DTC Logic" or HAC-43, "DTC Logic".
DTC B2578 B2579 Items (CONSULT-III screen terms) IN CAR SENSOR (OUT OF RANGE [LOW]) IN CAR SENSOR (OUT OF RANGE [HI]) Diagnostic item is detected when... Detected temperature at in-vehicle sensor −44°C (−47°F) or less Detected temperature at in-vehicle sensor 100°C (212°F) or more Possible cause • In-vehicle sensor • A/C auto amp. • Harness and connector (In-vehicle sensor circuit is open, or there is a short in the circuit)

DTC CONFIRMATION PROCEDURE

1.CHECK WITH SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION OF CONSULT-III
1. Using CONSULT-III, perform “SELF-DIAGNOSIS RESULTS” of HVAC. 2. Check if any DTC is displayed in the self-diagnosis results. NOTE: If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010, first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010. Refer to HAC42, "DTC Logic" or HAC-43, "DTC Logic". Is DTC “B2578” or “B2579” displayed? YES >> Perform trouble diagnosis for the in-vehicle sensor. Refer to HAC-48, "Diagnosis Procedure". NO >> INSPECTION END

Diagnosis Procedure

INFOID:0000000003846334

1.CHECK VOLTAGE BETWEEN IN-VEHICLE SENSOR AND GROUND
1. 2. 3. Disconnect in-vehicle sensor connector. Turn ignition switch ON. Check voltage between in-vehicle sensor harness connector and ground.
(+) In-vehicle sensor Connector M41 Terminal 1 (−) — Ground Voltage

Approx. 5 V

Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 2. NO >> GO TO 4.

2.CHECK CIRCUIT CONTINUITY BETWEEN IN-VEHICLE SENSOR AND A/C AUTO AMP.
1. 2. 3. Turn ignition switch OFF. Disconnect A/C auto amp. connector. Check continuity between in-vehicle sensor harness connector and A/C auto amp. harness connector.
In-vehicle sensor Connector M41 Terminal 2 A/C auto amp. Connector M50 Terminal 37

Continuity Existed

Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 3. NO >> Repair harness or connector.

3.CHECK IN-VEHICLE SENSOR
Check in-vehicle sensor. Refer to HAC-49, "Component Inspection". Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Replace A/C auto amp. NO >> Replace in-vehicle sensor.

HAC-48

B2578, B2579 IN-VEHICLE SENSOR
< COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY]
A

4.CHECK CIRCUIT CONTINUITY BETWEEN IN-VEHICLE SENSOR AND A/C AUTO AMP.
1. 2. 3. Turn ignition switch OFF. Disconnect A/C auto amp. connector. Check continuity between in-vehicle sensor harness connector and A/C auto amp. harness connector.
In-vehicle sensor Connector M41 Terminal 1 A/C auto amp. Connector M50 Terminal 36

B

Continuity

C
Existed

4.

Check continuity between in-vehicle sensor harness connector and ground.
D
In-vehicle sensor Connector M41 Terminal 1 — Ground Continuity

E
Not existed

Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Replace A/C auto amp. NO >> Repair harness or connector.

F

Component Inspection

INFOID:0000000003846335

G

1.CHECK IN-VEHICLE SENSOR
1. 2. 3. Turn ignition switch OFF. Disconnect in-vehicle sensor connector. Refer to VTL-25, "Exploded View". Check resistance between in-vehicle sensor terminals.
Condition Temperature °C (°F) −15 (5) −10 (14) −5 (23) 0 (32) 5 (41) 10 (50) 1 2 15 (59) 20 (68) 25 (77) 30 (86) 35 (95) 40 (104) 45 (113) Resistance kΩ 12.73 9.92 7.80 6.19 4.95 3.99 3.24 2.65 2.19 1.81 1.51 1.27 1.07

H

HAC

Terminal

J

K

L

M

N

Is the inspection result normal? YES >> END. NO >> Replace in-vehicle sensor.

O

P

HAC-49

B2581, B2582 INTAKE SENSOR
< COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY]

B2581, B2582 INTAKE SENSOR
Description
Intake Sensor • The intake sensor (2) is located on the evaporator (1). • It converts air temperature after it passes through the evaporator into a resistance value which is then input to the A/C auto amp.
INFOID:0000000003846336

JPIIA0907ZZ

Intake Sensor Circuit

JPIIA0614GB

DTC Logic
DTC DETECTION LOGIC

INFOID:0000000003846337

NOTE: If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010, first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010. Refer to HAC42, "DTC Logic" or HAC-43, "DTC Logic".
DTC B2581 B2582 Items (CONSULT-III screen terms) EVAP TEMP SEN (SHORT) EVAP TEMP SEN (OPEN) Diagnostic item is detected when... Detected temperature at intake sensor −33°C (−27°F) or less Detected temperature at intake sensor 69°C (156°F) or more Possible cause • Intake sensor • A/C auto amp. • Harness and connector (Intake sensor circuit is open, or there is a short in the circuit)

DTC CONFIRMATION PROCEDURE

1.CHECK WITH SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION OF CONSULT-III
1. Using CONSULT-III, perform “SELF-DIAGNOSIS RESULTS” of HVAC. 2. Check if any DTC is displayed in the self-diagnosis results. NOTE: If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010, first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010. Refer to HAC42, "DTC Logic" or HAC-43, "DTC Logic". Is DTC “B2581” or “B2582” displayed? YES >> Perform trouble diagnosis for the intake sensor. Refer to HAC-50, "Diagnosis Procedure". NO >> INSPECTION END

Diagnosis Procedure

INFOID:0000000003846338

1.CHECK VOLTAGE BETWEEN INTAKE SENSOR AND GROUND
HAC-50

B2581, B2582 INTAKE SENSOR
< COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > 1. Disconnect intake sensor connector. 2. Turn ignition switch ON. 3. Check voltage between intake sensor harness connector and ground.
(+) Intake sensor Connector M42 Terminal 2 (−) — Ground Voltage

[WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY]
A

B

Approx. 5 V

C

Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 2. NO >> GO TO 4.

D

2.CHECK CIRCUIT CONTINUITY BETWEEN INTAKE SENSOR AND A/C AUTO AMP.
1. 2. 3. Turn ignition switch OFF. Disconnect A/C auto amp. connector. Check continuity between intake sensor harness connector and A/C auto amp. harness connector.
Intake sensor Connector M42 Terminal 1 A/C auto amp. Connector M50 Terminal 37

E

F
Continuity Existed

G

Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 3. NO >> Repair harness or connector.

H

3.CHECK INTAKE SENSOR
Check intake sensor. Refer to HAC-51, "Component Inspection". Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Replace A/C auto amp. NO >> Replace intake sensor.
HAC J

4.CHECK CIRCUIT CONTINUITY BETWEEN INTAKE SENSOR AND A/C AUTO AMP.
1. 2. 3. Turn ignition switch OFF. Disconnect A/C auto amp. connector. Check continuity between intake sensor harness connector and A/C auto amp. harness connector.
Intake sensor Connector M42 Terminal 2 A/C auto amp. Connector M50 Terminal 16

K

L
Continuity Existed

M

4.

Check continuity between intake sensor harness connector and ground.
Intake sensor Connector M42 Terminal 2

N
— Ground Continuity Not existed

O

Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Replace A/C auto amp. NO >> Repair harness or connector.

P
INFOID:0000000003846339

Component Inspection

1.CHECK INTAKE SENSOR
1. 2. 3. Turn ignition switch OFF. Disconnect intake sensor connector. Check resistance between intake sensor terminals.

HAC-51

B2581, B2582 INTAKE SENSOR
< COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS >
Condition Temperature °C (°F) −15 (5) −10 (14) −5 (23) 0 (32) 5 (41) 10 (50) 1 2 15 (59) 20 (68) 25 (77) 30 (86) 35 (95) 40 (104) 45 (113) Resistance kΩ 17.73 13.46 10.33 8.00 6.26 4.93 3.92 3.14 2.54 2.06 1.69 1.39 1.15

[WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY]

Terminal

Is the inspection result normal? YES >> END. NO >> Replace intake sensor.

HAC-52

at dusk. When performing the diagnosis indoors. • Harness and connector (Sunload sensor circuit is open. J K L DTC Logic DTC DETECTION LOGIC INFOID:0000000003846341 M NOTE: • If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010. The sensor converts the sunload into a current value which is then input into the A/C auto amp. • It detects sunload entering through windshield by means of a photo diode. first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010. or there is a short in the circuit) DTC B2630 B2631 SUNLOAD SEN (OPEN) HAC-53 . • Sunload sensor may register a malfunction when indoors. also equips a processing circuit which averages the variations in detected sunload over a period of time. "DTC Logic". B2631 SUNLOAD SENSOR Description COMPONENT DESCRIPTION Sunload Sensor • The sunload sensor (1) is located on the driver’s side speaker grille. Detected calorie at sunload sensor 64. This prevents drastic swings in the air temperature control system operation due to small or quick variations in detected sunload. On the other hand. Items (CONSULT-III screen terms) SUNLOAD SEN (SHORT) N O P Diagnostic item is detected when. light the sunload sensor with a lamp (60 W or more). B C D E JPIIA0904ZZ Sunload Sensor Circuit F G H HAC JPIIA0615GB SUNLOAD INPUT PROCESS The A/C auto amp. the system recognizes the change in sunload.. consider driving along a road bordered by an occasional group of large trees. and the system reacts accordingly. or at other times when light is insufficient.7 W/m2 (30 kcal/m2·h) or less Detected calorie at sunload sensor 2832 W/m2 (1304 kcal/m2·h) or more Possible cause • Sunload sensor • A/C auto amp. "DTC Logic" or HAC-43.. shortly after entering a long tunnel. so that the (insignificant) effect of the trees momentarily obstructing the sunlight does not cause any change in the air temperature control system operation. The processing circuit averages the detected sunload over a period of time. The sunload detected by the sunload sensor varies whenever the trees obstruct the sunlight. B2631 SUNLOAD SENSOR < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] A INFOID:0000000003846340 B2630. Refer to HAC42.B2630. For example.

Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Replace A/C auto amp. 2. connector. connector. harness connector. first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010. HAC-54 . Using CONSULT-III. Check voltage between sunload sensor harness connector and ground. "DTC Logic" or HAC-43. 4. 5 V Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 2. 2. 3. NO >> Repair harness or connector. Disconnect A/C auto amp. Check continuity between sunload sensor harness connector and A/C auto amp. Disconnect A/C auto amp. perform “SELF-DIAGNOSIS RESULTS” of HVAC. When performing the diagnosis indoors. 2. (+) Sunload sensor Connector M74 Terminal 1 (−) — Ground Voltage Approx. Is DTC “B2630” or “B2631” displayed? YES >> Perform trouble diagnosis for the sunload sensor. Turn ignition switch OFF. 3. 3. connector. "Component Inspection". 1. NO >> INSPECTION END Diagnosis Procedure INFOID:0000000003846342 1. Reconnect sunload sensor connector and A/C auto amp. NO >> Replace sunload sensor. 2. Check sunload sensor. B2631 SUNLOAD SENSOR < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > DTC CONFIRMATION PROCEDURE [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] 1.CHECK VOLTAGE BETWEEN SUNLOAD SENSOR AND GROUND 1. Refer to HAC-55. "Diagnosis Procedure". at dusk. harness connector. Check if any DTC is displayed in the self-diagnosis results. Turn ignition switch OFF.CHECK CIRCUIT CONTINUITY BETWEEN SUNLOAD SENSOR AND A/C AUTO AMP.CHECK SUNLOAD SENSOR 1. 2. Sunload sensor Connector M74 Terminal 2 A/C auto amp. or at other times when light is insufficient. 3. Refer to HAC42.CHECK WITH SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION OF CONSULT-III 1. Check continuity between sunload sensor harness connector and A/C auto amp. Disconnect sunload sensor connector. Connector M50 Terminal 37 Continuity Existed Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 3. light the sunload sensor with a lamp (60 W or more).CHECK CIRCUIT CONTINUITY BETWEEN SUNLOAD SENSOR AND A/C AUTO AMP. "DTC Logic". 2. Turn ignition switch ON.B2630. 1. Refer to HAC-54. • Sunload sensor may register a malfunction when indoors. NOTE: • If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010. NO >> GO TO 4.

CHECK SUNLOAD SENSOR 1. O P HAC-55 . Is the inspection result normal? YES >> END. Connector M50 Terminal 15 (− ) — Ground H HAC J K L M SHA930E N NOTE: Select a place where sunshine directly on it when checking sunload sensor. Connector M50 Terminal 15 [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] A Continuity Existed B 4. Check continuity between sunload sensor harness connector and ground. 2. NO >> Repair harness or connector. Check voltage between A/C auto amp.B2630. Turn ignition switch ON. B2631 SUNLOAD SENSOR < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > Sunload sensor Connector M74 Terminal 1 A/C auto amp. Sunload sensor Connector M74 Terminal 1 — Ground Continuity Not existed C Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Replace A/C auto amp. harness connector and ground. NO >> Replace sunload sensor. F G (+) A/C auto amp. D E INFOID:0000000003846343 Component Inspection 1.

by PBR built-in air mix door motor. B2633 AIR MIX DOOR MOTOR (DRIVER SIDE) Description COMPONENT DESCRIPTION Air Mix Door Motor (Driver Side) • The air mix door motor (driver side) (1) are attached to the heater & cooling unit assembly. Using CONSULT-III. B2633 AIR MIX DOOR MOTOR (DRIVER SIDE) < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] B2632. Refer to HAC42. "DTC Logic" or HAC-43. Does it operate normally? YES >> END. first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010. "DTC Logic" or HAC-43. perform “SELF-DIAGNOSIS RESULTS” of HVAC.CHECK WITH SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION OF CONSULT-III 1. 2. • Motor rotation is then conveyed through a shaft and the air mix door position feedback is then sent to the A/C auto amp. HAC-56 . JPIIA0891ZZ DTC Logic DTC DETECTION LOGIC INFOID:0000000003846348 NOTE: If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010. Is DTC “B2632” or “B2633” displayed? YES >> Perform trouble diagnosis for the air mix door motor (driver side). NOTE: If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010. • Harness and connector (CAN communication line is open or shorted) (Air mix door motor is open or shorted) B2633 DR AIRMIX ACTR (OPEN) DTC CONFIRMATION PROCEDURE 1. 3. 2. Press temperature control “DOWN” switch (driver side) until 18°C (60°F) is displayed. NO >> Check air mix door motor (driver side) installation. NO >> GO TO 2. and repair or replace the malfunctioning parts. 4. Check for cool air at air discharge outlets. : Vehicle front INFOID:0000000003846347 • It rotates so that the air mix door is opened or closed to a position set by the A/C auto amp. "Diagnosis Procedure". 5.B2632. Operate the compressor. Refer to HAC-57. Air mix door PBR (driver side) position 5% or less Air mix door PBR (driver side) position 95% or more Possible cause • Air mix door motor (driver side) • A/C auto amp. DTC B2632 Items (CONSULT-III screen terms) DR AIRMIX ACTR (SHORT) Diagnostic item is detected when. 2.FUNCTION INSPECTION 1. Check for warm air at discharge air outlets. Check if any DTC is displayed in the self-diagnosis results. Refer to HAC42.. Press temperature control “UP” switch (driver side) until 32°C (90°F) is displayed. "DTC Logic". first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010.. "DTC Logic".

(+) Air mix door motor (driver side) Connector M306 Terminal 1 (−) — Ground Voltage A B C Battery voltage Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 2. D 2. 3. Check continuity between air mix door motor (driver side) harness connector and ground. NO >> Repair the harnesses or connectors. 2. N O P HAC-57 . Turn ignition switch OFF. (+) Air mix door motor (driver side) Connector Terminal (−) — Voltage E F G H M306 3 Ground HAC SJIA1453J Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 3. NO >> Repair the harnesses or connectors.B2632. NO >> Repair harness or connector. J 3.CHECK AIR MIX DOOR MOTOR (DRIVER SIDE) GROUND CIRCUIT 1. Disconnect air mix door motor (driver side) connector.CHECK POWER SUPPLY FOR AIR MIX DOOR MOTOR (DRIVER SIDE) Check voltage between air mix door motor (driver side) harness connector and ground. B2633 AIR MIX DOOR MOTOR (DRIVER SIDE) < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] INFOID:0000000003846349 Diagnosis Procedure 1.CHECK SIGNAL FOR AIR MIX DOOR MOTOR (DRIVER SIDE) Check the output waveform (LAN signal) between air mix door motor (driver side) harness connector and ground using an oscilloscope. Air mix door motor (driver side) Connector M306 Terminal 2 K L M — Ground Continuity Existed Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Replace air mix door motor (driver side).

B2634, B2635 AIR MIX DOOR MOTOR (PASSENGER SIDE)
< COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY]

B2634, B2635 AIR MIX DOOR MOTOR (PASSENGER SIDE)
Description
COMPONENT DESCRIPTION
Air Mix Door Motor (Passenger Side) • The air mix door motor (passenger side) (1) are attached to the heater & cooling unit assembly.
: Vehicle front
INFOID:0000000003846350

• It rotates so that the air mix door is opened or closed to a position set by the A/C auto amp. • Motor rotation is then conveyed through a shaft and the air mix door position feedback is then sent to the A/C auto amp. by PBR built-in air mix door motor.
JPIIA0892ZZ

DTC Logic
DTC DETECTION LOGIC

INFOID:0000000003846351

NOTE: If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010, first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010. Refer to HAC42, "DTC Logic" or HAC-43, "DTC Logic".
DTC B2634 Items (CONSULT-III screen terms) PASS AIRMIX ACTR (SHORT) Diagnostic item is detected when... Air mix door PBR (passenger side) position 5% or less Possible cause • Air mix door motor (passenger side) • A/C auto amp. • Harness and connector (CAN communication line is open or shorted) (Air mix door motor is open or shorted)

B2635

PASS AIRMIX ACTR (OPEN)

Air mix door PBR (passenger side) position 95% or more

DTC CONFIRMATION PROCEDURE

1.CHECK WITH SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION OF CONSULT-III
1. Using CONSULT-III, perform “SELF-DIAGNOSIS RESULTS” of HVAC. 2. Check if any DTC is displayed in the self-diagnosis results. NOTE: If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010, first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010. Refer to HAC42, "DTC Logic" or HAC-43, "DTC Logic". Is DTC “B2634” or “B2635” displayed? YES >> Perform trouble diagnosis for the air mix door motor (passenger side). Refer to HAC-59, "Diagnosis Procedure". NO >> GO TO 2.

2.FUNCTION INSPECTION
1. Press temperature control “UP” switch (passenger side) until 32°C (90°F) is displayed. 2. Check for warm air at discharge air outlets. 3. Operate the compressor. 4. Press temperature control “DOWN” switch (passenger side) until 18°C (60°F) is displayed. 5. Check for cool air at air discharge outlets. Does it operate normally? YES >> END. NO >> Check air mix door motor (passenger side) installation, and repair or replace the malfunctioning parts.

HAC-58

B2634, B2635 AIR MIX DOOR MOTOR (PASSENGER SIDE)
< COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY]
INFOID:0000000003846352

Diagnosis Procedure

1.CHECK POWER SUPPLY FOR AIR MIX DOOR MOTOR (PASSENGER SIDE)
Check voltage between air mix door motor (passenger side) harness connector and ground.
(+) Air mix door motor (passenger side) Connector M307 Terminal 1 (−) — Ground Voltage

A

B

C

Battery voltage

Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 2. NO >> Repair the harnesses or connectors.

D

2.CHECK SIGNAL FOR AIR MIX DOOR MOTOR (PASSENGER SIDE)
Check the output waveform (LAN signal) between air mix door motor (passenger side) harness connector and ground using an oscilloscope.
(+) Air mix door motor (passenger side) Connector Terminal (−) — Voltage

E

F

G

H
M307 3 Ground

HAC

SJIA1453J

Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 3. NO >> Repair the harnesses or connectors.

J

3.CHECK AIR MIX DOOR MOTOR (PASSENGER SIDE) GROUND CIRCUIT
1. 2. 3. Turn ignition switch OFF. Disconnect air mix door motor (passenger side) connector. Check continuity between air mix door motor (passenger side) harness connector and ground.

K

L

Air mix door motor (passenger side) Connector M307 Terminal 2

M
— Ground Continuity Existed

Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Replace air mix door motor (passenger side). NO >> Repair harness or connector.

N

O

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HAC-59

B2636, B2637, B2638, B2639, B2654, B2655 MODE DOOR MOTOR
< COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY]

B2636, B2637, B2638, B2639, B2654, B2655 MODE DOOR MOTOR
Description
COMPONENT DESCRIPTION
Mode Door Motor • The mode door motor (1) are attached to the heater & cooling unit assembly.
: Vehicle front
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• It rotates so that air is discharged from the outlet set by the A/C auto amp. Motor rotation is conveyed to a link which activates the mode door.

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DTC Logic
DTC DETECTION LOGIC

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NOTE: If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010, first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010. Refer to HAC42, "DTC Logic" or HAC-43, "DTC Logic".
DTC B2636 B2637 B2638 B2639 B2654 B2655 Items (CONSULT-III screen terms) DR VENT DOOR FAIL DR B/L DOOR FAIL DR D/F1 DOOR FAIL DR DEF DOOR FAIL D/F2 DOOR FAIL B/L2 DOOR FAIL Diagnostic item is detected when... When the malfunctioning door position is detected at VENT position When the malfunctioning door position is detected at B/L position When the malfunctioning door position is detected at FOOT position When the malfunctioning door position is detected at DEF position When the malfunctioning door position is detected at D/F position When the malfunctioning door position is detected at B/L2 position • Mode door motor • A/C auto amp. • Harness and connector (CAN communication line is open or shorted) (Mode door motor is open or shorted) Possible cause

DTC CONFIRMATION PROCEDURE

1.CHECK WITH SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION OF CONSULT-III
1. Using CONSULT-III, perform “SELF-DIAGNOSIS RESULTS” of HVAC. 2. Check if any DTC is displayed in the self-diagnosis results. NOTE: If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010, first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010. Refer to HAC42, "DTC Logic" or HAC-43, "DTC Logic". Is DTC “ B2636 ”, “ B2637 ”, “B2638 ”, “B2639 ”, “B2654 ” or “B2655 ” displayed? YES >> Perform trouble diagnosis for the mode door motor. Refer to HAC-61, "Diagnosis Procedure". NO >> GO TO 2.

2.FUNCTION INSPECTION
1. 2. Press MODE switch and DEF switch. Each position indicator should change shape.

HAC-60

B2636, B2637, B2638, B2639, B2654, B2655 MODE DOOR MOTOR
[WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > 3. Confirm that air discharge comes out according to the air distribution table at below. Refer to HAC-17, "System Description".

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NOTE: Confirm that the compressor clutch is engaged (Sound or visual inspection) and intake door position is at FRE when DEF is selected. Does it operate normally? YES >> END. NO >> Check mode door motor installation, and repair or replace the malfunctioning parts.

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Diagnosis Procedure

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1.CHECK POWER SUPPLY FOR MODE DOOR MOTOR
Check voltage between mode door motor harness connector and ground.
(+) Mode door motor Connector M310 Terminal 1 (−) — Ground Voltage

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Battery voltage

Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 2. NO >> Repair harness or connector.

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2.CHECK SIGNAL FOR MODE DOOR MOTOR
Confirm A/C LAN signal between mode door motor harness connector and ground using an oscilloscope.
(+) Mode door motor Connector Terminal (−) — Voltage

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Ground

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Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 3. NO >> Repair harness or connector.

HAC-61

Mode door motor Connector M310 Terminal 2 — Ground Continuity Existed Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Replace mode door motor.B2636. B2638. NO >> Repair harness or connector. HAC-62 . B2637.CHECK MODE DOOR MOTOR GROUND CIRCUIT 1. B2654. 2. Check continuity between mode door motor harness connector and ground. 3. B2639. Turn ignition switch OFF. Disconnect mode door motor connector. B2655 MODE DOOR MOTOR < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] 3.

first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010. The FRE switch indicator is turned ON. : Vehicle front B C • It rotates so that air is drawn from inlets set by the A/C auto amp. Press REC switch. "DTC Logic". The REC switch indicator is turned ON.). “B263F” or “B2656” displayed? YES >> Perform trouble diagnosis for the intake door motor.. Refer to HAC-64. (FRE position) 6. Press FRE switch. B263F. M N O 2. NOTE: If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010. "DTC Logic" or HAC-43. B2656 INTAKE DOOR MOTOR Description COMPONENT DESCRIPTION Intake Door Motor • The intake door motor (1) is attached to the blower unit. Refer to HAC42. “B263E”. B263F. D E JPIIA0516ZZ DTC Logic DTC DETECTION LOGIC F INFOID:0000000003846357 G NOTE: If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010. When the malfunctioning intake door position is detected at FRE position When the malfunctioning intake door position is detected at 20%FRE position When the malfunctioning intake door position is detected at REC position When the malfunctioning intake door position is detected Possible cause H HAC • Intake door motor • A/C auto amp. Listen for intake door position change (Slight change of blower sound can be heard. (REC position) 3. Using CONSULT-III.CHECK WITH SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION OF CONSULT-III 1.B263D B263E.). B2656 INTAKE DOOR MOTOR < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] A INFOID:0000000003846356 B263D B263E. 4. Listen for intake door position change (Slight change of blower sound can be heard. Check if any DTC is displayed in the self-diagnosis results.FUNCTION INSPECTION 1. perform “SELF-DIAGNOSIS RESULTS” of HVAC. Refer to HAC42. Is DTC “B263D”. 2. NO >> GO TO 2. "DTC Logic". first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010. 2. Does it operate normally? YES >> INSPECTION END P HAC-63 . "Diagnosis Procedure".. 5. DTC B263D B263E B263F B2656 Items (CONSULT-III screen terms) FRE DOOR FAIL 20P FRE DOOR FAIL REC DOOR FAIL BTC FRE DOOR FAIL Diagnostic item is detected when. "DTC Logic" or HAC-43. Motor rotation is conveyed to a lever which activates the intake door. • Harness and connector (CAN communication line is open or shorted) (Intake door motor is open or shorted) J K DTC CONFIRMATION PROCEDURE L 1.

NO >> Repair harness or connector. 2. (+) Intake door motor Connector Terminal (−) — Voltage M304 3 Ground SJIA1453J Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 3. (+) Intake door motor Connector M304 Terminal 1 (−) — Ground Voltage Battery voltage Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 2. B2656 INTAKE DOOR MOTOR [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > NO >> Check intake door motor installation. HAC-64 . Disconnect intake door motor connector. NO >> Repair harness or connector. and repair or replace the malfunctioning parts.CHECK SIGNAL FOR INTAKE DOOR MOTOR Confirm A/C LAN signal between intake door motor harness connector and ground using an oscilloscope.B263D B263E. Intake door motor Connector M304 Terminal 2 — Ground Continuity Existed Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Replace intake door motor. Diagnosis Procedure INFOID:0000000003846358 1. 3.CHECK POWER SUPPLY FOR INTAKE DOOR MOTOR Check voltage between intake door motor harness connector and ground. NO >> Repair harness or connector. B263F.CHECK INTAKE DOOR MOTOR GROUND CIRCUIT 1. 3. Turn ignition switch OFF. Check continuity between intake door motor harness connector and ground. 2.

POWER SUPPLY AND GROUND CIRCUIT < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] A INFOID:0000000003941309 POWER SUPPLY AND GROUND CIRCUIT A/C AUTO AMP. harness connector and ground. 0 V Battery voltage ACC Battery voltage Approx. 3. Check continuity between A/C auto amp. M A/C CONTROL A/C CONTROL : Diagnosis Procedure INFOID:0000000003846370 N 1.CHECK A/C AUTO AMP. NOTE: Refer to PG-101. Check voltage between A/C auto amp. Turn ignition switch ON. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 2. Connector and Terminal Arrangement". 3. located in the fuse block (J/B)]. connector. 0 V Approx. HAC 3. C D 2. Connector Terminal 17 M50 20 40 Ground (−) — Voltage Ignition switch position OFF Approx. Disconnect the A/C control connector. A/C auto amp. (+) A/C control Connector M95 Terminal 1 (−) — Ground Voltage O P Battery voltage HAC-65 . : Diagnosis Procedure B 1.CHECK FUSE Check 10A fuses [Nos. Turn ignition switch OFF.CHECK A/C AUTO AMP. Check voltage between A/C control harness connector and ground. 0 V Battery voltage ON Battery voltage Battery voltage Battery voltage G H Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 3. A/C AUTO AMP. Connector M50 Terminal 19 39 J K — Continuity Ground Existed L Is the inspection result normal? YES >> INSPECTION END NO >> Repair the harnesses or connectors. 2. CIRCUIT CONTINUITY 1. 2. Disconnect the A/C auto amp. NO >> Replace the fuse after repairing the applicable circuit. "Fuse. 6 and 19.CHECK A/C CONTROL POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT 1. 2. harness connector and ground. NO >> Repair the harnesses or connectors. E F (+) A/C auto amp. POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT 1.

CHECK A/C DISPLAY CIRCUIT CONTINUITY 1. replace fuse and check for short circuit. NO >> Repair the harnesses or connectors. • If fuse is NG. Turn ignition switch ON. 2. A/C display Connector M16 Terminal 1 — Ground Continuity Existed Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Replace the A/C display. check harness for open circuit. NO >> Check 10A fuse (No.CHECK A/C DISPLAY POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT 1. 2. Repair or replace if necessary. A/C DISPLAY A/C DISPLAY : Diagnosis Procedure INFOID:0000000003846371 1. check harness for open circuit. 3. Connector and Terminal Arrangement". "Fuse. • If fuse is OK. located in the fuse block). 2. Check continuity between A/C control harness connector and ground. Repair or replace if necessary. HAC-66 . replace fuse and check for short circuit. 3. located in the fuse block). 2. "Fuse. Connector and Terminal Arrangement". Repair or replace if necessary. Turn ignition switch OFF. Refer to PG-101. • If fuse is OK.POWER SUPPLY AND GROUND CIRCUIT [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 2. Check continuity between A/C display harness connector and ground. Turn ignition switch OFF. 3. Refer to PG-101. • If fuse is NG. A/C control Connector M95 Terminal 2 — Ground Continuity Existed Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Replace the A/C control. 2. Repair or replace if necessary. NO >> Check 10A fuse (No. Check voltage between A/C display harness connector and ground. NO >> Repair the harnesses or connectors. Disconnect the A/C display connector. (+) A/C display Connector M16 Terminal 6 (−) — Ground Voltage Battery voltage Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 2.CHECK A/C CONTROL CIRCUIT CONTINUITY 1.

"Diagnosis Procedure". the blower motor and the compressor are then controlled. "A/C AUTO AMP. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 3. Refer to HAC-84. in-vehicle tempera. "Fail-Safe". Check that the fan speed or outlet changes. POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT AND GROUND Check A/C auto amp.INSPECTION BY FAIL-SAFE FUNCTION Turn the ignition switch ON. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> INSPECTION END NO >> Repair or replace parts according to the inspection results. The air mix door motors. NO >> GO TO 2. When the various switches and temperature control dial are operated. J K L 2. NO >> Repair or replace parts according to the inspection results. O P HAC-67 . G Press the AUTO switch. After approximately 30 seconds. (Air Conditioner Automatic Amplifier) The A/C auto amp. from the A/C control. INFOID:0000000003940953 Diagnosis Procedure 1. (1) has a built-in microcomputer that processes information sent from various sensors needed for air conditioner operation. power supply circuit and ground circuit.H ture.) Does it operate normally? YES >> INSPECTION END HAC NO >> Perform trouble diagnosis for the A/C system.CHECK OPERATION 1. Description COMPONENT DESCRIPTION A/C Auto Amp. and temperature setting. (The discharge air temperature or fan speed varies depending on the ambient temperature. 2. "Diagnosis Procedure".CHECK A/C AUTO AMP. check that the air conditioner is operated by the fail-safe function (the operation display of air conditioner is not performed). data is input to the A/C auto amp.A/C AUTO AMP.CHECK A/C CONTROL SIGNAL CIRCUIT Check the A/C control signal circuit. and then check that “AUTO” is shown on the display. B C D E JPIIA0894ZZ Component Function Check F INFOID:0000000003940952 1. Operate the temperature control dial (driver side). Refer to HAC-74. 1. the mode door motor. Refer to HAC-67. < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] A INFOID:0000000003940951 A/C AUTO AMP. Refer to HAC-65. M N 3. the intake door motor. 2. : Diagnosis Procedure". Is the fail-safe function operated? YES >> GO TO 3.

NO >> GO TO 2.CHECK OPERATION 1. NOTE: Perform the ACTIVE TEST after starting the engine because the compressor is operated. Warm up the engine.CHECK WITH ACTIVE TEST OF CONSULT-III 1. 2. Refer to HAC-85. Refer to HAC42.BLOWER MOTOR < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] BLOWER MOTOR Description COMPONENT DESCRIPTION Brush-less Motor The blower motor utilizes a brush-less motor with a rotating magnet. "CONSULT-III Function".CHECK WITH SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION OF CONSULT-III 1. Check that the fan speed and indicator are switched for all fan speeds. HAC-68 . "DTC Logic". 2. "DTC Logic" or HAC-43. Is any DTC displayed? YES >> Perform the diagnosis that is applicable to the sensor and actuator. Refer to HAC-38. Refer to HAC-68. Check if any DTC is displayed in the self-diagnosis results. "Diagnosis Procedure". perform “SELF-DIAGNOSIS RESULTS” of HVAC. Quietness is improved over previous motors where the brush was the point of contact and the coil rotated. Does it operate normally? YES >> INSPECTION END NO >> Perform trouble diagnosis for the blower motor. Operate the fan control dial. Using CONSULT-III. 2. "DTC Index". NOTE: If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010. perform “HVAC TEST” “ACTIVE TEST” of HVAC to check each output device. Diagnosis Procedure INFOID:0000000003846361 1. first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010. INFOID:0000000003846359 ZHA152H Blower Motor Circuit JSIIA0999ZZ Component Function Check INFOID:0000000003846360 1. Using CONSULT-III.

2.BLOWER MOTOR [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > 2. NO >> GO TO 7. Blower motor Connector M98 Terminal 3 L — Ground Continuity Existed M Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 5. error message is displayed but it is not malfunction. Turn ignition switch ON. Check continuity between blower motor harness connector and ground. Blower motor Connector M98 Terminal 2 A/C auto amp. connector. Connector M50 Terminal 32 O P Continuity Existed Is the inspection result normal? HAC-69 . Check continuity between blower motor harness connector and A/C auto amp. Turn ignition switch OFF. Check voltage between blower motor harness connector and ground. 2. Check that the blower motor control signal changes according to each indicator signal. K 4. NO >> Repair harness or connector. N 5. 3. • When choosing to “MODE 7”. Does it operate normally? YES >> INSPECTION END NO >> GO TO 3. harness connector. (+) Blower motor Connector M98 Terminal 1 (−) — Ground Voltage G H HAC Battery voltage J Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 4.CHECK BLOWER MOTOR CIRCUIT CONTINUITY 1. 2. Disconnect blower motor connector.CHECK BLOWER MOTOR GROUND CIRCUIT 1. E F 3.CHECK POWER SUPPLY FOR BLOWER MOTOR 1. A Test item MODE 1 Mode door position Intake door position Air mix door position (driver & passenger side) Blower motor duty ratio Compressor (Magnet clutch) VENT REC FULL COLD 37% ON MODE 2 B/L1 REC FULL COLD 91% ON MODE 3 B/L2 20% FRE FULL HOT 65% OFF MODE 4 AUTO FOOT FRE FULL HOT 65% OFF MODE 5 D/F FRE FULL HOT 65% ON MODE 6 DEF FRE FULL HOT 91% ON MODE 7 - B C D - NOTE: • Perform the inspection of each output device after starting the engine because the compressor is operated. Disconnect A/C auto amp.

Refer to PG-55. Turn the ignition switch ON.CHECK A/C AUTO AMP. Remove the blower relay. Turn the ignition switch OFF. Refer to PG-101. Turn the ignition switch ON. Connector and Terminal Arrangement" for relay terminal assignment. NO >> Inspection the power supply circuit. 3. 9. 3. Connector and Terminal Arrangement". Check the operating sound of blower relay. 3. Reconnect blower motor connector and A/C auto amp. NO >> Repair harness or connector. (+) Blower relay 1 3 (−) — Ground Voltage Battery voltage Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 8. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 9.BLOWER MOTOR < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > YES >> GO TO 6. "Fuse. HAC-70 . while varying the fan speed from 1 to 7. 7. Connector and Terminal Arrangement". "Wiring Diagram . Refer to PG-101. Refer to PG-101. Check the voltage between blower relay fuse block side terminal and ground. 4. OUTPUT SIGNAL 1. Turn the ignition switch OFF. Set MODE switch to the VENT position.CHECK FUSE Check 15A fuses (Nos. "Fuse.CHECK POWER VOLTAGE OF BLOWER RELAY 1. Install the blower relay. 21 and 22).IGNITION POWER SUPPLY -". NO >> Replace the A/C auto amp. 4. Turn ignition switch ON. Check the output waveform between blower motor harness connector and ground using an oscilloscope. [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] 6. 2. JPIIA1025GB Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Replace the blower motor. 2. 4. connector. 8. NO >> Replace the blower relay. 2.CHECK BLOWER RELAY 1. "Fuse.

A B Component Inspection INFOID:0000000003846362 1. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Repair the harnesses or connectors. Refer to VTL-32. "Exploded View". "Fuse. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> END. C D E F G H HAC J K L M N O P HAC-71 . Connector and Terminal Arrangement" for fuse location.BLOWER MOTOR [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > NOTE: Refer to PG-101. 2. Remove the blower motor. Check that the blower motor rotates smoothly. NO >> Replace blower motor. NO >> Replace the fuse after repairing the applicable circuit.CHECK BLOWER MOTOR 1.

Directly apply the battery voltage to the magnet clutch. NO >> Repair harness or connector. Refer to HAC-72. "Diagnosis Description". Check that the indicator of the A/C switch turns on. 3. 4. invehicle temperature.CHECK FUSE Check 10A fuse (No. "Fuse.MAGNET CLUTCH < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] MAGNET CLUTCH Description The magnet clutch drives the compressor. Check visually and by sound that the compressor stops. INFOID:0000000003846363 Component Function Check INFOID:0000000003846364 1. 2. Does it operate normally? YES >> GO TO 3. Check visually and by sound that the compressor is operating (the discharge air temperature or fan speed varies depending on the ambient temperature. Disconnect the magnet clutch connector. IPDM E/R Connector F12 Terminal 48 Compressor Connector F18 Terminal 1 Continuity Existed Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 4. HAC-72 . 5. Turn the ignition switch OFF.CHECK MAGNET CLUTCH 1. 2. Does it operate normally? YES >> INSPECTION END NO >> Perform trouble diagnosis for the compressor. Disconnect IPDM E/R connector. Press the A/C switch. Press AUTO switch. Check that the indicator of the A/C switch turns OFF. Refer to PCS-11. NO >> Replace the compressor. “AUTO” is indicated on the display. NO >> GO TO 2. NOTE: Refer to PG-101.INSPECTION IN AUTO ACTIVE TEST MODE Perform “AUTO ACTIVE TEST”.FUNCTION INSPECTION 1. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Replace IPDM E/R. 2. Does it operate normally? YES >> GO TO 5. 3. Check for operation visually and by sound. Diagnosis Procedure INFOID:0000000003846365 1. 4. 3. NO >> Replace the fuse after repairing the applicable circuit. by an IPDM E/R signal. and temperature setting). 2. "Diagnosis Procedure".CHECK MAGNET CLUTCH CIRCUIT CONTINUITY 1. Check continuity between magnet clutch harness connector and IPDM E/R harness connector. 49). 3. Turn the ignition switch OFF. Connector and Terminal Arrangement" for fuse location.

Is any DTC displayed? YES >> Perform the diagnosis that is applicable to the sensor and actuator. first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010.CHECK A/C AUTO AMP. Refer to HAC42. NOTE: If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010. Refer to EC-348. Using CONSULT-III. Refer to HAC-85. Refer to HAC-38. perform “SELF-DIAGNOSIS RESULTS” of HVAC. Check if any DTC is displayed in the self-diagnosis results. NO >> Replace A/C auto amp.MAGNET CLUTCH < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] A 5. "CONSULT-III Function". "DTC Logic". INPUT SIGNAL Using CONSULT-III. A/C SWITCH ON A/C SWITCH OFF FAN CONTROL DIAL ON FAN CONTROL DIAL OFF Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 7. "DTC Index". "Diagnosis Procedure".CHECK REFRIGERANT PRESSURE SENSOR Check refrigerant pressure sensor. NO >> GO TO 6. 2. "DTC Logic" or HAC-43. H HAC J K L M N O P HAC-73 . B C 6. check “On/Off” of “AIR COND SIG” and “HEATER FAN SW” in “DATA MONITOR” of HVAC. : AIR COND SIG On : AIR COND SIG Off : HEATER FAN SW On : HEATER FAN SW Off D E F G 7.CHECK WITH SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION OF CONSULT-III 1. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> INSPECTION END NO >> Repair or replace malfunctioning parts.

CHECK WITH SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION OF CONSULT-III 1. Refer to HAC-85. Disconnect the A/C control and the A/C auto amp. NO >> Repair harness or connector. connector. connector. NO >> GO TO 2.CHECK RX (A/C AUTO AMP. Check continuity between A/C control harness connector and A/C auto amp. Refer to HAC-65. NOTE: If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010. harness connector. "A/C CONTROL : Diagnosis Procedure". 2. 2. perform “SELF-DIAGNOSIS RESULTS” of HVAC. Check if any DTC is displayed in the self-diagnosis results. harness connector. Check continuity between A/C control harness connector and ground. Is any DTC displayed? YES >> Perform the diagnosis that is applicable to the sensor and actuator. Connector M50 Terminal 7 Continuity Existed 3. "DTC Index". 2. "DTC Logic" or HAC-43. Using CONSULT-III. A/C control Connector M95 Terminal 3 — Ground Continuity Not existed Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Perform trouble diagnosis for the A/C control. Disconnect the A/C control and the A/C auto amp. first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010. A/C control Connector M95 Terminal 3 A/C auto amp. NO >> Repair harness or connector. 2.) CIRCUIT CONTINUITY 1. Check continuity between A/C control harness connector and ground. A/C control Connector M95 Terminal 4 — Ground Continuity Not existed Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 3. HAC-74 . 3. A/C control Connector M95 Terminal 4 A/C auto amp. → A/C CONTROL) CIRCUIT CONTINUITY 1. Connector M50 Terminal 6 Continuity Existed 3. Refer to HAC42.CHECK TX (A/C CONTROL → A/C AUTO AMP. "DTC Logic". Check continuity between A/C control harness connector and A/C auto amp.A/C CONTROL SIGNAL CIRCUIT < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] A/C CONTROL SIGNAL CIRCUIT Diagnosis Procedure INFOID:0000000003846366 1.

55°C (−22 .A/C AUTO AMP.150° Values according to coolant temperature Equivalent to speedometer reading Monitor item COMP REQ SIG D FAN REQ SIG AMB TEMP SEN IN-VEH TEMP INT TEMP SEN SUNLOAD SEN AMB SEN CAL IN-VEH CAL INT TEMP CAL SUNL SEN CAL Engine: Run at idle after warming up Ignition switch ON Ignition switch ON Ignition switch ON Ignition switch ON Ignition switch ON Ignition switch ON Ignition switch ON Ignition switch ON Engine: Run at idle after warming up Ignition switch ON Ignition switch ON Driving Blower fan: ON Blower fan: OFF — — — — — — — — Blower fan: ON Blower fan: OFF — — — E F G H HAC FAN DUTY XM ENG COOL TEMP VEHICLE SPEED J K L TERMINAL LAYOUT M N O JSIIA1205ZZ PHYSICAL VALUES P HAC-75 .900 kcal/m2·h) −30 . < ECU DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] A ECU DIAGNOSIS A/C AUTO AMP.55°C (−22 .55°C (−22 .55°C (−22 .131°F) 0 .91% 0% −100 .55°C (−22 .1045 W/m2 (0 .131°F) −30 .131°F) −30 .1045 W/m2 (0 .900 kcal/m2·h) 21 . Reference Value VALUES ON THE DIAGNOSIS TOOL CONSULT-III MONITOR ITEM INFOID:0000000003846375 B C Condition Engine: Run at idle after warming up A/C switch: ON (Compressor operation status) A/C switch: OFF Value/Status On Off On Off −30 .131°F) −30 .131°F) −30 .131°F) 0 .55°C (−22 .

(Wire color) + 6 (L) 7 (P) − Ground Ground Description Signal name TX (AMP > SW·DISP) RX (SW > AMP) Input/ Output Input Output Condition [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] Value (Approx. connection recognition signal Ambient sensor signal In-vehicle sensor signal Sensor ground Ground BATT Power supply Output Input Input — — — Ignition switch ON — — Ignition switch ON Ignition switch ON Ignition switch OFF 5V — — 0V 0V Battery voltage HAC-76 .A/C AUTO AMP. 32 (L/Y) Ground Blower motor control signal Output • Ignition switch ON • Blower speed: 1st speed (manual) JSIIA0096ZZ 34 (P) 35 (O/B) 36 (LG) 37 (B/Y) 39 (B) 40 (Y/R) Ground Ground Ground Ground Ground Ground A/C auto amp.) — — — — 10 (L/R) Ground LAN signal Input/ Output — SJIA1453J 11 (L/W) 15 (O) 16 (R/G) 17 (V/W) 19 (B) 20 (G/W) 26 (GR) Ground Ground Ground Ground Ground Ground Power supply for each door motor Sunload sensor signal Intake sensor signal ACC Power supply Ground IGN Power supply Input Input Input — — — Ignition switch ON — — Ignition switch ACC Ignition switch ON Ignition switch ON Rear window defogger switch: OFF Rear window defogger switch: ON — Battery voltage — — Battery voltage 0V Battery voltage 0V 12 V 12 V 0V Ground Rear window defogger feedback signal Input 27 (GR/W) Ground Rear window defogger ON signal Output When rear window defogger switch is pushed. < ECU DIAGNOSIS > Terminal No.

A/C AUTO AMP. < ECU DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] INFOID:0000000003846376 Wiring Diagram .AIR CONDITIONER CONTROL SYSTEM - A B C D E F G H HAC J K L M N O JCIWM0211GB P HAC-77 .

< ECU DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] JCIWM0212GB HAC-78 .A/C AUTO AMP.

A/C AUTO AMP. < ECU DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] A B C D E F G H HAC J K L M N O JCIWM0213GB P HAC-79 .

< ECU DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] JCIWM0214GB HAC-80 .A/C AUTO AMP.

A/C AUTO AMP. < ECU DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] A B C D E F G H HAC J K L M N O JCIWM0215GB P HAC-81 .

< ECU DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] JCIWM0216GB HAC-82 .A/C AUTO AMP.

A/C AUTO AMP. < ECU DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] A B C D E F G H HAC J K L M N O JCIWM0217GB P HAC-83 .

air conditioner is controlled under the following conditions: HAC-84 . < ECU DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] JCIWM0218GB Fail-Safe FAIL-SAFE FUNCTION INFOID:0000000003926389 If a communication error exists between the A/C auto amp. and A/C control for 30 seconds or longer.A/C AUTO AMP.

"DTC Logic" HAC-44. "DTC Logic" HAC-47. "DTC Logic" HAC-53. Priority 1 • U1000: CAN COMM CIRCUIT • U1010: CONTROL UNIT (CAN) • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • B257B: AMB TEMP SEN (SHORT) B257C: AMB TEMP SEN (OPEN) B2578: IN CAR SENSOR (OUT OF RANGE [LOW]) B2579: IN CAR SENSOR (OUT OF RANGE [HI]) B2581: EVAP TEMP SEN (SHORT) B2582: EVAP TEMP SEN (OPEN) B2630: SUNLOAD SEN (SHORT) B2631: SUNLOAD SEN (OPEN) B2632: DR AIRMIX ACTR (SHORT) B2633: DR AIRMIX ACTR (OPEN) B2634: PASS AIRMIX ACTR (SHORT) B2635: PASS AIRMIX ACTR (OPEN) B2636: DR VENT DOOR FAIL B2637: DR B/L DOOR FAIL B2638: DR D/F1 DOOR FAIL B2639: DR DEF DOOR FAIL B263D: FRE DOOR FAIL B263E: 20P FRE DOOR FAIL B263F: REC DOOR FAIL B2654: D/F2 DOOR FAIL B2655: B/L2 DOOR FAIL B2656: BTC FRE DOOR FAIL INFOID:0000000003846378 D Detected items (DTC) E F G H 2 HAC J K DTC Index DTC U1000 U1010 B257B B257C B2578 B2579 B2581 B2582 B2630 * L Items (CONSULT-III screen terms) CAN COMM CIRCUIT CONTROL UNIT (CAN) AMB TEMP SEN (SHORT) AMB TEMP SEN (OPEN) IN CAR SENSOR (OUT OF RANGE [LOW]) IN CAR SENSOR (OUT OF RANGE [HI]) EVAP TEMP SEN (SHORT) EVAP TEMP SEN (OPEN) SUNLOAD SEN (SHORT) SUNLOAD SEN (OPEN) DR AIRMIX ACTR (SHORT) DR AIRMIX ACTR (OPEN) PASS AIRMIX ACTR (SHORT) Reference M HAC-42. "DTC Logic" HAC-58. "DTC Logic" HAC-53. "DTC Logic" HAC-50. "DTC Logic" HAC-56. < ECU DIAGNOSIS > Compressor Air outlet Air inlet Blower fan speed Set temperature [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] : ON : AUTO : FRE (Fresh) : AUTO : Setting before communication error occurs INFOID:0000000003846377 A B DTC Inspection Priority Chart C If some DTCs are displayed at the same time. perform inspections one by one based on the following priority chart. "DTC Logic" HAC-56. "DTC Logic" HAC-47. "DTC Logic" N O P B2631* B2632 B2633 B2634 HAC-85 . "DTC Logic" HAC-50.A/C AUTO AMP. "DTC Logic" HAC-43. "DTC Logic" HAC-44.

"DTC Logic" HAC-60. "DTC Logic" HAC-63. HAC-86 . When performing indoors. "DTC Logic" HAC-60. "DTC Logic" HAC-60. "DTC Logic" HAC-63. "DTC Logic" HAC-60. < ECU DIAGNOSIS > DTC B2635 B2636 B2637 B2638 B2639 B263D B263E B263F B2654 B2655 B2656 Items (CONSULT-III screen terms) PASS AIRMIX ACTR (OPEN) DR VENT DOOR FAIL DR B/L DOOR FAIL DR D/F1 DOOR FAIL DR DEF DOOR FAIL FRE DOOR FAIL 20P FRE DOOR FAIL REC DOOR FAIL D/F2 DOOR FAIL B/L2 DOOR FAIL BTC FRE DOOR FAIL [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] Reference HAC-58. aim a light (more than 60 W) at sunload sensor. "DTC Logic" HAC-60. "DTC Logic" *: Perform self-diagnosis under sunshine. otherwise self-diagnosis indicates even though the sunload sensor is functioning normally. "DTC Logic" HAC-63.A/C AUTO AMP. "DTC Logic" HAC-60. "DTC Logic" HAC-63.

AIR CONDITIONER CONTROL < SYMPTOM DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] A SYMPTOM DIAGNOSIS AIR CONDITIONER CONTROL Diagnosis Chart By Symptom Symptom A/C system does not activate. Go to Trouble Diagnosis Procedure for Insufficient Heating. Air mix door motor does not operate normally. (LAN) Go to Trouble Diagnosis Procedure for Blower Motor. "A/C DISPLAY : Diagnosis Procedure" HAC-61.) Insufficient heating No warm air comes out. Air outlet does not change. Go to Trouble Diagnosis Procedure for Memory Function. Intake door does not change. "Diagnosis Procedure" (driver side) or HAC-59. Reference Go to Trouble Diagnosis Procedure for A/C Control Signal Circuit. "Diagnosis Procedure" (passenger side) HAC-64. "Inspection procedure" HAC-96. Intake door motor does not operate normally. "Diagnosis Procedure" HAC-68. Go to Trouble Diagnosis Procedure for A/C Display. "Inspection procedure" K Go to Trouble Diagnosis Procedure for Noise. "Inspection procedure" L M N O P HAC-87 . "Inspection procedure" INFOID:0000000003846383 B C D E Go to Trouble Diagnosis Procedure for Air Mix Door Motor. (Air flow volume is normal. Mode door motor does not operate normally. "Diagnosis Procedure" HAC-88. "Diagnosis Procedure" HAC-57. (LAN) HAC-74. Go to Trouble Diagnosis Procedure for Mode Door Motor. (Air flow volume is normal.) Noise Memory function does not operate. Go to Trouble Diagnosis Procedure for Insufficient Cooling. Magnet clutch does not engage. Go to Trouble Diagnosis Procedure for Magnet Clutch. Discharge air temperature does not change. A/C display dose not work. G H HAC J HAC-91. (LAN) F Go to Trouble Diagnosis Procedure for Intake Door Motor. "Diagnosis Procedure" HAC-66. HAC-94. "Diagnosis Procedure" HAC-72. Blower motor operation is malfunctioning. Insufficient cooling No cool air comes out.

2. "Temperature Setting Trimmer". "DTC Logic". Is there refrigerant? YES >> GO TO 2.CHECK SETTING OF TEMPERATURE SETTING TRIMMER Using CONSULT-III. END. NO >> Perform the diagnosis with the gauge pressure. Refer to HA-8. Refer to HA-32. 2. Check if any DTC is displayed in the trouble diagnosis results. first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010. "DTC Logic" or HAC-43.CHECK CHARGED REFRIGERANT AMOUNT 1. "Inspection". 2. NO >> Refill the refrigerant and repair or replace the parts according to the inspection results. Is any DTC displayed? YES >> Perform the diagnosis that is applicable to the sensor and the door motor. Set temperature control switch to “0”.CHECK REFRIGERANT CYCLE PRESSURE Connect recovery/recycling recharging equipment to the vehicle and perform the performance test. Using CONSULT-III. Refer to HA-32. Are the malfunction solved? YES >> Perform the setting separately if necessary. 5. 4.CHECK WITH A GAUGE OF RECOVERY/RECYCLING RECHARGING EQUIPMENT Connect the recovery/recycling recharging equipment to the vehicle and perform the pressure inspection with the gauge. NO >> GO TO 5. 3. 1. "Trouble Diagnosis For Unusual Pressure". NO-1 >> Check for refrigerant leakages with the refrigerant leakage detecting fluorescent leak detector. NO >> GO TO 6. NO-2 >> GO TO 2 after repairing or replacing the parts according to the inspection results.INSUFFICIENT COOLING < SYMPTOM DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] INSUFFICIENT COOLING Description Symptom INFOID:0000000003846386 • Insufficient cooling • No cool air comes out. 6. Refer to HAC-85. 2. (Air flow volume is normal. "DTC Index". check the setting of “TEMP SET CORRECT” on “WORK SUPPORT” of HVAC.CHECK WITH ACTIVE TEST OF CONSULT-III HAC-88 .CHECK WITH SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION OF CONSULT-III 1. Refer to HAC-42. "Performance Chart". NOTE: The control temperature can be set with the setting of the temperature setting trimmer. Refer to HA-30. perform “SELF-DIAGNOSIS RESULTS” of HVAC. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 3.) Inspection procedure INFOID:0000000003846387 1. NOTE: If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010. Refer to HAC-10. Recharge with the proper amount of refrigerant and perform the inspection with the refrigerant leakage detecting fluorescent leak detector. "Inspection". Connect recovery/recycling recharging equipment to the vehicle and discharge the refrigerant. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 4. Check that the temperature setting trimmer is set to “+ direction”.

"Diagnosis Procedure". "Diagnosis Procedure". blower motor control signal. etc. Refer to HAC-72. "Checking". NO-2 >> Air inlet does not change. "CONSULT-III Function". Refer to EM-12. and air mix ratio. Refer to HAC-68. NO-1 >> Air outlet does not change. NOTE: Perform the ACTIVE TEST after starting the engine because the compressor is operated.INSUFFICIENT COOLING [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] < SYMPTOM DIAGNOSIS > 1. inlet. N O 7. magnet clutch operation. Refer to the table and check the outlet. Refer to HAC-38. Refer to HAC-64. • When choosing to “MODE 7”. "Diagnosis Procedure". Using CONSULT-III. perform “HVAC TEST” “ACTIVE TEST” of HVAC to check each output device. air flow temperature.CHECK DRIVE BELT Check tension of the drive belt. "Diagnosis Procedure". Visually check each operating condition. by listening for noise. NO-5 >> Blower motor does not operate normally. P HAC-89 . touching air outlets with a hand. G H HAC J K L JPIIA0877GB M Does it operate normally? YES >> GO TO 7. Refer to HAC-59. Refer to HAC-61. Refer to HAC-57. NO-6 >> Magnet clutch does not operate. "Diagnosis Procedure". error message is displayed but it is not malfunction. "Diagnosis Procedure". NO-3 >> Discharge air temperature does not change (driver side). NO-4 >> Discharge air temperature does not change (passenger side). 2. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 8. NO >> Adjust or replace drive belt. Test item MODE 1 Mode door position Intake door position Air mix door position (driver & passenger side) Blower motor duty ratio Compressor (Magnet clutch) VENT REC FULL COLD 37% ON MODE 2 B/L1 REC FULL COLD 91% ON MODE 3 B/L2 20% FRE FULL HOT 65% OFF MODE 4 AUTO FOOT FRE FULL HOT 65% OFF MODE 5 D/F FRE FULL HOT 65% ON MODE 6 DEF FRE FULL HOT 91% ON MODE 7 - A B C D E F NOTE: • Perform the inspection of each output device after starting the engine because the compressor is operated.

etc. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> INSPECTION END NO >> Repair or replace parts according to the inspection results.CHECK AIR LEAKAGE FROM DUCT Check duct and nozzle. HAC-90 . of the A/C system for air leakage.INSUFFICIENT COOLING < SYMPTOM DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] 8.

Refer to CO-8. "CONSULT-III Function". Refer to CO-9. END. HAC J K 4. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> END.CHECK COOLING SYSTEM 1. NOTE: If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010. first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010. "Temperature Setting Trimmer". magnet clutch operation. Check radiator cap. Check water flow sounds of engine coolant. and air mix ratio. NO >> GO TO 3. 1. Check if any DTC is displayed in the trouble diagnosis results. "Refilling". 3. Refer to HAC-85. Refer to the table and check the outlet. "RADIATOR CAP : Inspection".CHECK WITH SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION OF CONSULT-III 1.CHECK OPERATION Press temperature control switch (driver side) and raise temperature setting to 32°C (90°F) after warming up the engine.) Inspection procedure C INFOID:0000000003846389 1. Refer to HAC-10. perform “HVAC TEST” in “ACTIVE TEST” of HVAC to check each output device. Check that the temperature setting trimmer is set to “− direction”. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 2. Set temperature control switch to “0”. by listening for noise.INSUFFICIENT HEATING < SYMPTOM DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] A INFOID:0000000003846388 INSUFFICIENT HEATING Description Symptom B • Insufficient heating • No warm air comes out. Visually check each operating condition. 2. Are the malfunction solved? YES >> Perform the setting separately if necessary.CHECK SETTING OF TEMPERATURE SETTING TRIMMER Using CONSULT-III. 1. (Air flow volume is normal. L M N 5. "Inspection". Check that warm air blows from the outlets. check the setting of “TEMP SET CORRECT” on “WORK SUPPORT” of HVAC. O P 2. D E 2. etc. Using CONSULT-III. NOTE: Perform the ACTIVE TEST after starting the engine because the compressor is operated. inlet. NO >> GO TO 5. air flow temperature. "DTC Logic". "DTC Index". blower motor control signal. Is any DTC displayed? YES >> Perform the diagnosis that is applicable to the sensor and the door motor. Refer to CO-12. 2. Check engine coolant level and check for leakage. touching air outlets with a hand. HAC-91 . Using CONSULT-III. 2. 2. F G H 3. NO >> GO TO 4. NO >> Refill the engine coolant and repair or replace the parts according to the inspection results. "DTC Logic" or HAC-43. Refer to HAC-38. NOTE: The control temperature can be set by the temperature setting trimmer.CHECK WITH ACTIVE TEST OF CONSULT-III 1. Refer to HAC-42. perform “SELF-DIAGNOSIS RESULTS” of HVAC.

etc. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 8. etc. 6. NO-3 >> Discharge air temperature does not change (driver side).). 8. Refer to HAC-59. NO-2 >> Air inlet does not change. Refer to HAC-57. error message is displayed but it is not malfunction. Refer to HAC-64. Refer to HAC-68. NO-6 >> Magnet clutch does not operate. NO >> Repair or replace parts according to the inspection results. "Diagnosis Procedure". 7.INSUFFICIENT HEATING < SYMPTOM DIAGNOSIS > Test item MODE 1 Mode door position Intake door position Air mix door position (driver & passenger side) Blower motor duty ratio Compressor (Magnet clutch) VENT REC FULL COLD 37% ON MODE 2 B/L1 REC FULL COLD 91% ON MODE 3 B/L2 20% FRE FULL HOT 65% OFF MODE 4 AUTO FOOT FRE FULL HOT 65% OFF MODE 5 D/F FRE FULL HOT 65% ON MODE 6 DEF FRE FULL HOT 91% ON MODE 7 - [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] NOTE: • Perform the inspection of each output device after starting the engine because the compressor is operated. Refer to HAC-61.CHECK AIR LEAKAGE FROM DUCT Check duct and nozzle. NO-1 >> Air outlet does not change. of the A/C system for air leakage. "Diagnosis Procedure". "Diagnosis Procedure". NO >> Repair or replace parts according to the inspection results. "Diagnosis Procedure". crushes. JPIIA0877GB Does it operate normally? YES >> GO TO 6. "Diagnosis Procedure". NO-4 >> Discharge air temperature does not change (passenger side). • When choosing to “MODE 7”.CHECK TEMPERATURE OF HEATER HOSE HAC-92 . Refer to HAC-72. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 7. "Diagnosis Procedure". NO-5 >> Blower motor does not operate normally.CHECK HEATER HOSE INSTALLATION CONDITION Check the heater hose installation condition visually (for twists.

GO TO 1. NO >> Perform the procedures again after the cooling system inspection. Check the temperature of inlet hose and outlet hose of heater core. CAUTION: Always perform the temperature inspection in a short period of time because the engine coolant temperature is very hot. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 9. D E F G H HAC J K L M N O P HAC-93 . Are the malfunction solved? YES >> END.REPLACE HEATER CORE Replace the heater core. Refer to heater core.INSUFFICIENT HEATING [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] < SYMPTOM DIAGNOSIS > 1. NO >> Replace the heater core after performing the procedures after the cooling system inspection. A B C 9. Refer to VTL-43. GO TO 1. "Exploded View". 2. Check that the inlet side of heater core is hot and the outlet side is slightly lower than/almost equal to the inlet side.

). YES-3 >> Noise from expansion valve: GO TO 4. NO >> Replace blower motor.CHECK EXPANSION VALVE 1. NO >> Refill the refrigerant or replace the compressor according to the inspection results.CHECK BLOWER MOTOR 1. FLEXIBLE HOSE) 1. Refer to HA-8. 3. NO >> Repair or replace parts according to the inspection results.CHECK DRIVE BELT HAC-94 . Check the installation condition of clips and brackets. YES-2 >> Noise from compressor: GO TO 3. etc. "Symptom Table".CHECK COMPRESSOR Perform trouble diagnosis for the compressor and check the compressor. 2. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> END. Are the malfunction solved? YES >> END. 2. Check for the noise from expansion valve again. 6. Remove foreign materials that are in the blower unit. 5. Correct the refrigerant with recovery/recycling recharging equipment. 2. 2. 3.CHECK OPERATION 1.CHECK A/C PIPING (PIPE. 2.CHECK WITH GAUGE PRESSURE Perform the diagnosis with the gauge pressure. flexible hoses) (for deformation and damage. Refer to HA-11. NO >> Repair or replace parts according to the inspection results. 4.NOISE < SYMPTOM DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] NOISE Description Symptom INFOID:0000000003846390 • Noise • Noise is heard when the A/C system operates. flexible hose): GO TO 6. YES-5 >> Noise from drive belt: GO TO 7. etc. Operate the A/C system and check the operation. 3. NO >> END. Remove blower motor. NO >> Replace expansion valve. YES-4 >> Noise from A/C piping (pipe. 7. Check the A/C piping (pipes. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 5. Refer to HAC-8. "Trouble Diagnosis For Unusual Pressure". Recharge with the proper amount of the collected refrigerant after recycling or new refrigerant. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> END. Inspection procedure INFOID:0000000003846391 1. Check the noise from blower motor again. of the A/C piping (pipes. Can the parts where noise is occurring be checked? YES-1 >> Noise from blower motor: GO TO 2. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Fix the line with rubber or come vibration absorbing material. flexible hoses). Check the parts where noise is occurring. "Description & Inspection".

Refer to EM-12. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Check the noise from compressor: GO TO 3. "Checking".NOISE < SYMPTOM DIAGNOSIS > Check tension of the drive belt. NO >> Adjust or replace drive belt according to the inspection results. [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] A B C D E F G H HAC J K L M N O P HAC-95 .

Turn the ignition switch ON.MEMORY FUNCTION DOES NOT OPERATE < SYMPTOM DIAGNOSIS > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] MEMORY FUNCTION DOES NOT OPERATE Description Symptom INFOID:0000000003846392 • Memory function does not operate normally. 3. Press the AUTO switch. NO >> Repair or replace malfunctioning parts. 2. HAC-96 . 5. Press the OFF switch. Turn the ignition switch OFF.CHECK POWER SUPPLY AND GROUND CIRCUIT OF A/C AUTO AMP. Check power supply and ground circuit of the A/C auto amp. 6.) Inspection procedure INFOID:0000000003846393 1. : Diagnosis Procedure". Check that the set temperature is maintained.CHECK OPERATION 1. (It returns to the initial condition. Set temperature control switch to 32°C (90°F). Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Replace the A/C auto amp. 4. • The setting is not maintained. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> END. 2. Refer to HAC-65. "A/C AUTO AMP. NO >> GO TO 2.

The steering lock will remain released with both battery cables disconnected and the steering wheel can be turned. re-connect both battery cables. K OPERATION PROCEDURE 1. then re-connect both HAC battery cables. WARNING: • To avoid rendering the SRS inoperative. M N O 6. turn the push-button ignition switch from ACC position to ON position. J This vehicle is equipped with a push-button ignition switch and a steering lock unit. used along with a front seat belt. which could increase the risk of personal injury or death in the event of a collision which would result in air bag inflation. • After finishing work. perform trouble diagnosis according to self-diagnosis results. all maintenance must be performed by an authorized NISSAN/INFINITI dealer. then to LOCK position. then disconnect both battery cables. With the brake pedal released. Information necessary to service the system safely is included in the “SRS AIRBAG” and “SEAT BELT” of this Service Manual.) Disconnect both battery cables. the steering lock will be released. see the “SRS AIRBAG”. • Never use electrical test equipment on any circuit related to the SRS unless instructed to in this Service Manual. 4. 3. • Improper maintenance. If a DTC is detected. P HAC-97 . C D E F Precaution Necessary for Steering Wheel Rotation after Battery Disconnect INFOID:0000000003854498 G NOTE: H • Before removing and installing any control units. 5. Perform the necessary repair operation. If the battery is disconnected or discharged. L 2. can lead to personal injury caused by unintentional activation of the system. follow the procedure below before starting the repair operation. the steering wheel will lock and cannot be turned. confirm that all control unit connectors are connected properly. (The steering wheel will lock when the push-button ignition switch is turned to LOCK position. helps to reduce the risk or severity of injury to the driver and front passenger for certain types of collision.PRECAUTIONS < PRECAUTION > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] A PRECAUTION PRECAUTIONS Precaution for Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) "AIR BAG" and "SEAT BELT PRE-TENSIONER" B INFOID:0000000003854497 The Supplemental Restraint System such as “AIR BAG” and “SEAT BELT PRE-TENSIONER”. including incorrect removal and installation of the SRS. When the repair work is completed. • Always use CONSULT-III to perform self-diagnosis as a part of each function inspection after finishing work.) Perform self-diagnosis check of all control units using CONSULT-III. Turn the push-button ignition switch to ACC position. first turn the push-button ignition switch to the LOCK position. Connect both battery cables. For removal of Spiral Cable and Air Bag Module. (At this time. NOTE: Supply power using jumper cables if battery is discharged. If turning the steering wheel is required with the battery disconnected or discharged. SRS wiring harnesses can be identified by yellow and/or orange harnesses or harness connectors.

Connect the power supply to the vehicle-side connector. • Install the xenon bulb securely.Immediately cap (seal) the component to minimize the entry of moisture from the atmosphere when removing refrigerant components from a vehicle. . CONTAMINATED REFRIGERANT Take the appropriate steps shown below if a refrigerant other than pure HFC-134a (R-134a) is identified in a vehicle: • Explain to the customer that environmental regulations prohibit the release of contaminated refrigerant into the atmosphere. use Refrigerant Recovery/Recycling Recharging equipment and Refrigerant Identifier. The xenon headlamp contains high-voltage generated parts. by high-voltage leakage or corona discharge. Working with HFC-134a (R-134a) INFOID:0000000003846399 CAUTION: • CFC-12 (R-12) refrigerant and HFC-134a (R-134a) refrigerant are not compatible.PRECAUTIONS < PRECAUTION > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] INFOID:0000000003846397 Precaution for Procedure without Cowl Top Cover When performing the procedure after removing cowl top cover. • Never work with wet hands. . HAC-98 . Connect all refrigerant loop components as quickly as possible to minimize the entry of moisture into system. or touching the xenon headlamp (bulb included). refer to “CONTAMINATED REFRIGERANT” below. Compressor malfunction is likely to occur if lubricant other than that specified is used. the housing. • Use only specified lubricant for the HFC-134a (R-134a) A/C system and HFC-134a (R-134a) components. PIIB3706J Precautions For Xenon Headlamp Service INFOID:0000000003846398 WARNING: Comply with the following warnings to prevent any serious accident.) • Never touch the bulb glass immediately after turning it OFF. • Disconnect the battery cable (negative terminal) or the power supply fuse before installing. Damage may result.). Immediately reseal containers of lubricant. etc. • The specified HFC-134a (R-134a) lubricant rapidly absorbs moisture from the atmosphere. Never put oil and grease on it.Use only the specified lubricant from a sealed container. To determine the purity of HFC-134a (R-134a) in the vehicle and recovery tank. Compressor malfunction is likely to occur if the refrigerants are mixed. etc. It is extremely hot. • Check the xenon headlamp ON-OFF status after assembling it to the vehicle. (Insufficient bulb socket installation may melt the bulb. • Never wipe out dirt and contamination with organic solvent (thinner. cover the lower end of windshield with urethane.) • Never perform HID circuit inspection with a tester. Lubricant becomes moisture saturated and should not be used without proper sealing. the connector. • Dispose of the used xenon bulb after packing it in thick vinyl without breaking it. Never turn the xenon headlamp ON in other conditions. The following handling precautions must be observed: . gasoline. removing. • Never touch the xenon bulb glass with hands.Never allow lubricant (NISSAN A/C System Oil Type S) to come in to contact with styrene foam parts. etc. CAUTION: Comply with the following cautions to prevent any error and malfunction.Never remove the caps (unseal) until just before connecting the components when installing refrigerant components to a vehicle. (Turning it ON outside the lamp case may cause fire or visual impairments. .

• If repairing. Refrigerant Connection INFOID:0000000003846401 A new type refrigerant connection has been introduced to all refrigerant lines except the following location. Poisonous gas is produced if refrigerant burns.J tioning systems with compressed air during repair. replacement of all refrigerant system components on the vehicle is recommended. • Suggest the customer return the vehicle to the location of previous service where the contamination may have occurred. therefore be certain to work in well ventilated areas to prevent suffocation. nose and throat. Please contact Nissan Customer Affairs for further assistance. Use approved recovery/recycling equipment to capture the G refrigerant each time an air conditioning system is discharged. In addition. F Additional health and safety information may be obtained from refrigerant and lubricant manufacturers. Exposure may irritate eyes. • Refrigerant displaces oxygen. • Expansion valve to evaporator • Refrigerant pressure sensor to liquid tank L O-RING AND REFRIGERANT CONNECTION M N O P HAC-99 . recover the refrigerant using only dedicated equipment and containers. using certified service equipment meeting requirements of SAE J-2210 [HFC-134a (R-134a) recycling equipment]. Place the bottom of the container in a warm pail of water if container warming is required. Additional health and safety information may be obtained from refrigerK ant manufacturers. HAC • Keep refrigerant away from open flames. Some mixtures of air and HFC-134a (R-134a) have been shown to be combustible at elevated pressures. • Never store or heat refrigerant containers above 52°C (126°F). or J-2209 [HFC-134a (R-134a) recovery equipment]. • Never intentionally drop. H • Never heat a refrigerant container with an open flame. A B C General Refrigerant Precaution INFOID:0000000003846400 D WARNING: • Never breath A/C refrigerant.PRECAUTIONS [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] < PRECAUTION > • Explain that recovery of the contaminated refrigerant could damage service equipment and refrigerant supply. if ignited. Ventilate work area before resuming service if accidental system discharge occurs. Never reintroduce contaminated refrigerant into the existing service equipment. • Never release refrigerant into the air. lubricant vapor or mist. • The air conditioner warranty is void if the vehicle is within the warranty period. Contact a local refrigerant product retailer for available service if the facility does not have dedicated recovery equipment. E Remove HFC-134a (R-134a) from the A/C system. • Always wear eye and hand protection (goggles and gloves) when working with any refrigerant or air conditioning system. This refrigerant must be disposed of in accordance with all federal and local regulations. or incinerate refrigerant containers. may cause injury or property damage. • Never pressure test or leakage test HFC-134a (R-134a) service equipment and/or vehicle air condi. These mixtures. puncture.

PRECAUTIONS < PRECAUTION > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] JPIIA0453ZZ F. Never confuse Orings since they are not interchangeable. New type refrigerant connection CAUTION: The new and former refrigerant connections use different O-ring configurations. O-Ring Part Numbers and Specifications Connection type Piping connection point Low-pressure flexible hose to low-pressure pipe High-pressure pipe to condenser pipe assembly (Outlet) Condenser pipe assembly (Inlet) to high-pressure flexible hose (One-touch joint) Condenser assembly to condenser pipe assembly New Low-pressure pipe to expansion valve High-pressure pipe to expansion valve Compressor to low-pressure flexible hose Compressor to high-pressure flexible hose Liquid tank to condenser assembly Refrigerant pressure sensor to liquid tank Expansion valve to evaporator pipe assembly Inlet Outlet Inlet Outlet Inlet Outlet Inlet Outlet Part number 92474 N8210 92471 N8210 92472 N8210 92472 N8210 92471 N8210 92473 N8210 92471 N8210 92474 N8210 92472 N8210 92471 N8210 J2476 89956 92475 71L00 92475 72L00 92475 71L00 92475 72L00 QTY 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 O-ring size 19 8 12 12 8 16 8 19 12 8 10 12 16 12 16 Former Evaporator to evaporator pipe assembly HAC-100 . Refrigerant may leak at the connection if a wrong O-ring is installed. : Former type refrigerant connection O-ring size N.

Then tighten the connections of seal seat to the specified torque. Disconnect the line and replace the O-ring when the refrigerant leaking point is found. Name : NISSAN A/C System Oil Type S A B C D E F • O-ring must be closely attached to the groove portion of tube. • Thoroughly remove moisture from the refrigeration system before charging the refrigerant. CAUTION: Observe the following when replacing or cleaning refrigerant cycle components. • Immediately plug all openings to prevent entry of dust and moisture after disconnecting tubes. Then tighten the nut or bolt by hand. • Connect the pipes at the final stage of the operation when installing an air conditioner in the vehicle. Never remove the seal caps of pipes and other components until just before required for connection. • Store it in the same way at it is when mounted on the car when the compressor is removed. • Perform leakage test and make sure that there is no leakage from connections after connecting line. • Be careful not to damage O-ring and tube when replacing the O-ring. • Always use a torque wrench and a back-up wrench when connecting tubes. • Replace always used O-rings. Be careful not to apply lubricant to threaded portion. Failure to do so will cause lubricant to enter the low-pressure chamber. • Allow components stored in cool areas to warm to working area temperature before removing seal caps. Never introduce any refrigerant other than that specified into the machine. G H HAC J K L M RHA861F Service Equipment RECOVERY/RECYCLING EQUIPMENT INFOID:0000000003846402 N Be certain to follow the manufacturer instructions for machine operation and machine maintenance. Check that the O-ring is installed to tube correctly. • Connect tube until a click can be heard. O ELECTRICAL LEAK DETECTOR Be certain to follow the manufacturer instructions for tester operation and tester maintenance. This prevents condensation from forming inside A/C components. P VACUUM PUMP HAC-101 .PRECAUTIONS [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] < PRECAUTION > WARNING: Check that all refrigerant is discharged into the recycling equipment and the pressure in the system is less than atmospheric pressure. Then gradually loosen the discharge side hose fitting and remove it. • Apply lubricant to circle of the O-rings shown in illustration when connecting tube.

So the vacuum pump lubricant may migrate out of the pump into the service hose.PRECAUTIONS < PRECAUTION > The lubricant contained inside the vacuum pump is not compatible with the specified lubricant for HFC-134a (R-134a) A/C systems. SHA533D SERVICE HOSES Be certain that the service hoses display the markings described (colored hose with a black stripe). Be sure the gauge set has 1/2″-16 ACME threaded connections for service hoses. • Use a hose equipped with a manual shut-off valve near the pump end for pumps without an isolator. Some one-way valves open when vacuum is applied and close under no vacuum condition. Confirm the set has been used only with refrigerant HFC-134a (R-134a) and specified lubricants. use a manual valve placed near the hoseto-pump connection. As long as the hose is connected. Close the valve to isolate the hose from the pump. This is possible when the pump is switched OFF after evacuation (vacuuming) and hose is connected to it. RHA272D SERVICE COUPLERS HAC-102 . as per the following. • Disconnect the hose from the pump if the hose has an automatic shut-off valve. Close this valve to isolate the service hose from the pump. Such valves may restrict the ability of the pump to create a deep vacuum and are not recommended. the valve is open and lubricating oil may migrate. [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] RHA270DA MANIFOLD GAUGE SET Be certain that the gauge face indicates HFC-134a or R-134a. The vent side of the vacuum pump is exposed to atmospheric pressure. To prevent this migration. All hoses must equip positive shut-off devices (either manual or automatic) near the end of the hoses opposite to the manifold gauge. • Vacuum pumps usually have a manual isolator valve as part of the pump.

The hose fitting must be 1/2″-16 ACME if the scale controls refrigerant flow electronically. D E F G RHA274D CHARGING CYLINDER H Use of a charging cylinder is not recommended. Shut-off valve rotation Clockwise Counterclockwise A/C service valve Open Close RHA273D [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] A B C REFRIGERANT WEIGHT SCALE Verify that no refrigerant other than HFC-134a (R-134a) and specified lubricants have been used with the scale. However. the accuracy of the cylinder is generally less than that of an electronic scale or of quality recycle/recharge equipment. Also. Refrigerant may be vented into the air from the top valve of the cylinder when filling the cylinder with refrigerant. if an improper connection is attempted. The HFC-134a (R-134a) couplers do not properly connect to the CFC-12 (R-12) system. HAC J K L M N O P HAC-103 .PRECAUTIONS < PRECAUTION > Never attempt to connect HFC-134a (R-134a) service couplers to a CFC-12 (R-12) A/C system. discharge and contamination may occur.

• Keep friction surfaces between clutch and pulley clean. • Turn the compressor shaft by hand more than five turns in both directions after compressor service operation. • Follow “Maintenance of Lubricant Quantity in Compressor” exactly when replacing or repairing the compressor. Let the engine idle and operate the compressor for one hour after the compressor is installed. HAC-104 . • Store it in the same way at it is when mounted on the car when the compressor is removed. • Apply voltage to the new compressor and check for normal operation after replacing the compressor magnet clutch. Wipe it off by using a clean waste cloth moistened with thinner if the surface is contaminated with lubricant. This equally distributes lubricant inside the compressor.COMPRESSOR < PRECAUTION > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] COMPRESSOR General Precautions INFOID:0000000003846403 CAUTION: • Plug all openings to prevent moisture and foreign matter from entering. "Maintenance of Lubricant Quantity". Refer to HA-28.

Clean immediately with the approved dye cleaner if dye is spilled. or CFC-12 (R-12) leak detection dye in HFC-134a (R-134a) A/C system. Vehicles without factory installed fluorescent dye have a blue label. Fluorescent dye left on a surface for an G extended period of time cannot be removed. or A/C system damage may result. IDENTIFICATION NOTE: Vehicles with factory installed fluorescent dye have a green label. The compres.4 cc) per A/C system. • Leak detection dyes for HFC-134a (R-134a) and CFC-12 (R-12) A/C systems are different. • The fluorescent dye leak detector is not a replacement for an electrical leak detector (SST: J-41995). • A compressor shaft seal should not necessarily be repaired because of dye seepage.FLUORESCENT LEAK DETECTOR < PRECAUTION > [WITHOUT 7 INCH DISPLAY] A INFOID:0000000003846404 FLUORESCENT LEAK DETECTOR General Precautions CAUTION: B • The A/C system contains a fluorescent leak detection dye used for locating refrigerant leakages. Never use H HFC-134a (R-134a) leak detection dye in CFC-12 (R-12) A/C system. • Never spray the fluorescent dye cleaning agent on hot surfaces (engine exhaust manifold. K L M N O P HAC-105 . • The fluorescent properties of the dye remains for three or more years unless a compressor malfuncHAC tion occurs. • Always remove any remaining dye from the leakage area after repairs are completed to avoid a mis. • Never allow dye to come into contact with painted body panels or interior components. The fluorescent dye leak detector should be used in conjunction with an electrical leak detector D (SST: J-41995) to pin-point refrigerant leakages.). J IDENTIFICATION LABEL FOR VEHICLE Vehicles with factory installed fluorescent dye have an identification label on the front side of hood. • Never use more than one refrigerant dye bottle (1/4 ounce /7.E sor shaft seal should only be repaired after confirming the leakage with an electrical leak detector (SST: J-41995).F diagnosis during future service. An ultraviolet (UV) lamp is required to illuminate the dye when inspecting for leakages. etc. • Read and follow all manufacture operating instructions and precautions prior to performing the work for the purpose of safety and customer satisfaction. • Always wear fluorescence enhancing UV safety goggles to protect eyes and enhance the visibility of C the fluorescent dye.

DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR WORKFLOW < BASIC INSPECTION > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] BASIC INSPECTION DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR WORKFLOW Work Flow OVERALL SEQUENCE INFOID:0000000003884685 JSIIA0943GB *1: Refer to HAC-212.OBTAIN INFORMATION ABOUT SYMPTOM Interview the customer to obtain as much information as possible about the conditions and environment under which the malfunction occurred. "WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : DTC Index" (WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM) or HAC-224. 2. "WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : DTC Index" (WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM). DETAILED FLOW 1. *2: Refer to HAC-226. >> GO TO 2. "WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Description & Inspection". Refer to HAC-108. HAC-106 .VERIFY SYMPTOM Verify the symptom with operational check based on the information obtained from the customer. "Diagnosis Chart By Symptom".

B C 4. Refer to HAC-226. Are self-diagnosis results normal? YES >> GO TO 4. NOTE: If DTC is displayed. 5.FINAL CHECK Check that the A/C system operates normally.NARROW DOWN THE MALFUNCTIONING PARTS BY SYMPTOM DIAGNOSIS Perform symptom diagnosis and narrow down the malfunctioning parts. NO >> GO TO 5. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> INSPECTION END NO >> GO TO 3. erase DTC after repairing or replacing malfunctioning parts. perform “SELF-DIAGNOSIS RESULTS” of HVAC. >> GO TO 6. "Diagnosis Chart By Symptom". H HAC J K L M N O P HAC-107 . Refer to HAC-212.DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR WORKFLOW < BASIC INSPECTION > >> GO TO 3.REPAIR OR REPLACE MALFUNCTIONING PARTS Repair or replace malfunctioning parts.CHECK WITH SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION OF CONSULT-III Using CONSULT-III. D E >> GO TO 5. F G 6. "WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : DTC Index" (WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM) or HAC-224. [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A 3. "WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : DTC Index" (WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM).

Operate the temperature control dial (driver side) and raise the temperature setting to 32°C (90°F).CHECK DISCHARGE AIR 1. Press the AUTO switch. Check that the temperature setting before turning the ignition switch OFF is stored. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 2. Press the MODE switch and the DEF switch. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 3. 7. 3. 3. Check that the fan speed changes.CHECK MEMORY FUNCTION 1. Start the engine. Turn the ignition switch ON. HAC-108 . Operate the fan control dial. 5. Press the OFF switch. Conditions : Engine running at normal operating temperature INSPECTION PROCEDURE 1.CHECK BLOWER MOTOR SPEED 1. 2. Confirm that discharge air comes out according to the air distribution table.INSPECTION AND ADJUSTMENT < BASIC INSPECTION > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] INSPECTION AND ADJUSTMENT WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Description & Inspection INFOID:0000000003884686 DESCRIPTION The purpose of the operational check is to check that the individual system operates normally. 3. 2. NO >> Blower motor system malfunction: HAC-193. 6. 3. Set the fan speed to speed 7. "Inspection procedure". 2. "WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : System Description". 2. Check the operation for all fan speeds. Turn the ignition switch OFF. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 4. Refer to HAC-122. NO >> Memory function malfunction: HAC-236. "Diagnosis Procedure". 4. JPIIA0877GB NOTE: Confirm that the compressor clutch is engaged (sound or visual inspection) and the intake door position is at the FRE when DEF is selected. Each position indicator should change shape. Start the engine.

Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 5. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 6. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 9. REC indicator is turned ON. B C D 5. NO >> Intake door system malfunction: HAC-189. and then check that “DUAL” is shown on the display. Press the DUAL switch.CHECK INTAKE AIR 1. Listen for the intake door position change. Press the FRE switch. 2. Check that the cool air blows from the outlets. 1. "Diagnosis Chart By Symptom" and perform the appropriate diagnosis. NO >> Insufficient heating: HAC-231. 2. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 10. HAC J K 8. G H 7.) NOTE: Confirm that the compressor clutch is engaged (sound or visual inspection) and the intake door position is at the FRE when the DEF is selected. 3. Operate the temperature control dial (passenger side). E F 6. "Inspection procedure".CHECK WITH TEMPERATURE SETTING LOWERED 1. "Diagnosis Procedure". and then check that “AUTO” is shown on the display. NO >> Magnet clutch system malfunction: HAC-197. in-vehicle temperature. 2. FRE indicator is turned ON. NO >> Insufficient cooling: HAC-228. and temperature setting).INSPECTION AND ADJUSTMENT < BASIC INSPECTION > NO >> Mode door system malfunction: HAC-186. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 7. Confirm that the compressor clutch engages (sound or visual inspection). 3. Press the DUAL switch. and then check that the temperature setting (LH/RH) is unified to the driver side temperature setting. Check that the discharge air temperature (passenger side) changes. NO >> Refer to HAC-226.CHECK WITH TEMPERATURE SETTING RAISED Operate the temperature control dial (driver side) and raise the temperature setting to 32°C (90°F) after warming up the engine.CHECK A/C SWITCH 1. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 8. 2. (Slight change of blower sound can be heard. The A/C switch indicator is turned ON. Operate the temperature control dial (driver side). Press the A/C switch. 1. NO >> Refer to HAC-226. Operate the temperature control dial (driver side). P HAC-109 . "Diagnosis Chart By Symptom" and perform the appropriate diagnosis. 3. [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A 4. 2. Check that the fan speed or outlet changes (the discharge air temperature or fan speed varies depending on the ambient temperature.CHECK LEFT AND RIGHT VENTILATION TEMPERATURE SEPARATELY CONTROL SYSTEM FUNCTION 1. Operate the compressor. Press the REC switch.CHECK AUTO MODE Press the AUTO switch. "Diagnosis Procedure". 2. "Diagnosis Procedure". L M N O 9. "Inspection procedure". Check that the discharge air temperature (driver side) changes. Operate the temperature control dial (driver side) and lower the temperature setting to 18°C (60°F). Check that the warm air blows from the outlets. 4.

and then check that “AUTO” is shown on the display. WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Temperature Setting Trimmer DESCRIPTION INFOID:0000000003884687 If the temperature felt by the customer is different than the air flow temperature controlled by the temperature setting.5 2. the air blowing to the DEF can be turned ON/OFF. • When the battery cable is disconnected from the negative terminal or when the battery voltage becomes 10 V or less.INSPECTION AND ADJUSTMENT < BASIC INSPECTION > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] 10.0 −1. perform “BLOW SET” on “WORK SUPPORT” of HVAC. in-vehicle temperature. Operate the temperature control dial (driver side). 1.5 −3.0 0. control temperature can be adjusted to compensate for the temperature setting.0 −2. perform “TEMP SET CORRECT” on “WORK SUPPORT” of HVAC. Work support items Display (°F) 6 5 4 3 2 1 TEMP SET CORRECT 0 (initial status) −1 −2 −3 −4 −5 −6 Display (°C) 3.5 0 (initial status) −0. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> INSPECTION END NO >> Refer to HAC-226. "Diagnosis Chart By Symptom" and perform the appropriate diagnosis. INFOID:0000000003884688 HOW TO SET Using CONSULT-III. WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Foot Position Setting Trimmer DESCRIPTION In the FOOT mode.0°C (6°F) = 22. and temperature setting).5 −2.0 2. trimmer operation is canceled.0 NOTE: • When the temperature setting is set to 25.0°C (77°F) and −3. Temperature set becomes that of initial condition. is 25. the A/C auto amp.0°C (77°F) −3.0 1.0°C (71°F) and the temperature becomes lower than the temperature setting.0°C (−6°F). HAC-110 . the temperature controlled by A/C auto amp.5 1. HOW TO SET Using CONSULT-III. 2. Check that the fan speed or outlet changes (the discharge air temperature or fan speed varies depending on the ambient temperature.CHECK AUTO MODE Press the AUTO switch.5 −1.

M N HOW TO SET Using CONSULT-III. perform “REC MEMORY SET” on “WORK SUPPORT” of HVAC. • If “Do not perform the memory” was set. D WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Inlet Port Memory Function (FRE) DESCRIPTION INFOID:0000000003884689 E • If the ignition switch is turned to the OFF position while the FRE switch is set to ON (fresh air intake). F G HOW TO SET Using CONSULT-III. the air inlets will be controlled automatically when turning the ignition switch to the ON position again. • If “Perform the memory” was set. the air inlets will be controlled automatically when turning the ignition switch to the ON position again. the REC switch will be ON (recirculation) when turning the ignition switch to the ON position again. • If “Perform the memory” was set. Work support items FRE MEMORY SET Display WITHOUT (initial status) WITH Setting Perform the memory of manual FRE Do not perform the memory of manual FRE (auto control) H HAC NOTE: When the battery cable is disconnected from the negative terminal or when the battery voltage becomes 10 V or less. “Perform the memory” or “Do not perform the memory” of the FRE switch ON (fresh air intake) condition can be selected. J WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Inlet Port Memory Function (REC) DESCRIPTION K INFOID:0000000003884690 L • If the ignition switch is turned to the OFF position while the REC switch is set to ON (recirculation). Wind distribution rate set becomes that of initial condition. the setting of the FRE switch memory function may be cancelled. Work support items REC MEMORY SET WITHOUT WITH (initial status) Display Setting Perform the memory of manual REC Do not perform the memory of manual REC (auto control) O P NOTE: When the battery cable is disconnected from the negative terminal or when the battery voltage becomes 10 V or less. WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM HAC-111 . perform “FRE MEMORY SET” on “WORK SUPPORT” of HVAC. the FRE switch will be ON (fresh air intake) when turning the ignition switch to the ON position again.INSPECTION AND ADJUSTMENT < BASIC INSPECTION > Work support items Mode 1 BLOW SET Mode 2 (initial status) Mode 3 Mode 4 Display [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] DEF door position Auto control OPEN OPEN CLOSE CLOSE Manual control CLOSE OPEN OPEN CLOSE A B C NOTE: When the battery cable is disconnected from the negative terminal or when the battery voltage becomes 10 V or less. “Perform the memory” or “Do not perform the memory” of the REC switch ON (recirculation) condition can be selected. the setting of the REC switch memory function may be cancelled. trimmer operation is cancelled. • If “Do not perform the memory” was set.

NO >> Memory function malfunction: HAC-236. Set the fan speed to speed 7. "Diagnosis Procedure". Conditions : Engine running at normal operating temperature INSPECTION PROCEDURE 1. Check the operation for all fan speeds. Operate the fan control dial. Turn the ignition switch ON. 2. Turn the ignition switch OFF.CHECK DISCHARGE AIR 1. 3. Press the MODE switch and the DEF switch. Each position indicator should change shape. 6.CHECK BLOWER MOTOR SPEED 1. Operate the temperature control dial (driver side) and raise the temperature setting to 32°C (90°F). 3. "Diagnosis Procedure". NO >> Mode door system malfunction: HAC-186.INSPECTION AND ADJUSTMENT < BASIC INSPECTION > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] INFOID:0000000003888717 WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Description & Inspection DESCRIPTION The purpose of the operational check is to check that the individual system operates normally. Start the engine. Confirm that discharge air comes out according to the air distribution table.CHECK INTAKE AIR HAC-112 . 3. JPIIA0877GB NOTE: Confirm that the compressor clutch is engaged (sound or visual inspection) and the intake door position is at the FRE when DEF is selected. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 3. 2. "WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : System Description". Check that the fan speed changes. NO >> Blower motor system malfunction: HAC-193. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 2. 2.CHECK MEMORY FUNCTION 1. 3. 5. Refer to HAC-133. Start the engine. 4. 2. Check that the temperature setting before turning the ignition switch OFF is stored. Press the OFF switch. 7. Press the AUTO switch. "Inspection procedure". Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 4. 4.

CHECK A/C SWITCH 1. Check that the discharge air temperature (passenger side) changes.CHECK AUTO MODE Press the AUTO switch. Check that the warm air blows from the outlets. 2. F G H 7. Listen for the intake door position change. NO >> Refer to HAC-226. Indicator is turned ON (REC). K L M N 9. NO >> Insufficient cooling: HAC-228. 3. 3. Press the DUAL switch. O P 10. 1. Press the A/C switch. "Inspection procedure". Operate the compressor. NO >> Intake door system malfunction: HAC-189. 8. Confirm that the compressor clutch engages (sound or visual inspection). 2. NO >> Refer to HAC-226. and then check that “DUAL” is shown on the display. 4. and temperature setting).INSPECTION AND ADJUSTMENT [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] < BASIC INSPECTION > 1. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 5.CHECK WITH TEMPERATURE SETTING RAISED Operate the temperature control dial (driver side) and raise the temperature setting to 32°C (90°F) after HAC warming up the engine. Turn ignition switch OFF and restart the engine. Press the intake switch again.CHECK PLASMACLUSTER ION CONTROL FUNCTION 1. and then check that the temperature setting (LH/RH) is unified to the driver side temperature setting.) NOTE: Confirm that the compressor clutch is engaged (sound or visual inspection) and the intake door position is at the FRE when the DEF is selected. "Diagnosis Chart By Symptom" and perform the appropriate diagnosis. HAC-113 .CHECK LEFT AND RIGHT VENTILATION TEMPERATURE SEPARATELY CONTROL SYSTEM FUNCTION 1. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 10. "Inspection procedure". Operate the temperature control dial (driver side) and lower the temperature setting to 18°C (60°F). The A/C switch indicator is turned ON. Press the intake switch. (Slight change of blower sound can be heard. Operate the temperature control dial (driver side). Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 6. in-vehicle temperature. Operate the temperature control dial (passenger side). 2. Check that the fan speed or outlet changes (the discharge air temperature or fan speed varies depending on the ambient temperature. Operate the temperature control dial (driver side). Indicator is turned OFF (FRE). Press the DUAL switch. 2. "Diagnosis Chart By Symptom" and perform the appropriate diagnosis. Check that the cool air blows from the outlets. "Diagnosis Procedure". 3. Check that the discharge air temperature (driver side) changes. A B C 5.CHECK WITH TEMPERATURE SETTING LOWERED 1. 2. "Diagnosis Procedure". NO >> Insufficient heating: HAC-231. NO >> Magnet clutch system malfunction: HAC-197. 2. 1. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 7. and then check that “AUTO” is shown on the display. Is the inspection result normal? J YES >> GO TO 8. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 9. D E 6.

Press CLEAN switch.0°C (77°F) and −3. 4.0 NOTE: • When the temperature setting is set to 25. 3.INSPECTION AND ADJUSTMENT [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] < BASIC INSPECTION > 2. "WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Inspection procedure".5 −2.0 2.5 −3. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> INSPECTION END NO >> Replace unified meter and A/C amp.0 −1. Turn ignition switch OFF and restart the engine. 6. Ion indicator (blue) changes to ion indicator (green) after approximately 30 minutes. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 11.0 −2. Ion indicator (green) changes to ion indicator (blue) after approximately 15 minutes. 11.CHECK ION CONTROL MODE 1.5 2.0 1. Ion indicator is shown on the display. WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Foot Position Setting Trimmer INFOID:0000000003888719 DESCRIPTION HAC-114 .0°C (−6°F). control temperature can be adjusted to compensate for the temperature setting.5 1. Temperature set becomes that of initial condition. Work support items Display (°F) 6 5 4 3 2 1 TEMP SET CORRECT 0 (initial status) −1 −2 −3 −4 −5 −6 Display (°C) 3. 2. NO >> Refer to HAC-227. Ion indicator (green) changes to ion indicator (blue) after approximately 15 minutes.0°C (6°F) = 22. Press OFF switch. 3. trimmer operation is canceled. • When the battery cable is disconnected from the negative terminal or when the battery voltage becomes 10 V or less.0 0. Ion indicator (blue) is turned ON.5 0 (initial status) −0. the temperature controlled by A/C auto amp. Turn fan control dial clockwise. 4. 5. 8.0°C (71°F) and the temperature becomes lower than the temperature setting.0°C (77°F) −3. Ion indicator (blue) changes to ion indicator (green) after approximately 15 minutes. perform “TEMP SET CORRECT” on “WORK SUPPORT” of HVAC.5 −1. is 25. WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Temperature Setting Trimmer INFOID:0000000003888718 DESCRIPTION If the temperature felt by the customer is different than the air flow temperature controlled by the temperature setting. the A/C auto amp. 7. Ion indicator is turned OFF. HOW TO SET Using CONSULT-III.

the setting of the intake switch memory function may be cancelled. Wind distribution rate set becomes that of initial condition. perform “BLOW SET” on “WORK SUPPORT” of HVAC. the air inlets will be controlled automatically when turning the ignition switch to the ON position again. N O HOW TO SET Using CONSULT-III. the intake switch will be OFF (fresh air intake) when turning the ignition switch to the ON position again. • If “Do not perform the memory” was set. E WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Inlet Port Memory Function (FRE) DESCRIPTION INFOID:0000000003888720 F • If the ignition switch is turned to the OFF position while the intake switch is set to OFF (fresh air intake). perform “REC MEMORY SET” on “WORK SUPPORT” of HVAC. • If “Do not perform the memory” was set. • If “Perform the memory” was set. perform “FRE MEMORY SET” on “WORK SUPPORT” of HVAC. the intake switch will be ON (recirculation) when turning the ignition switch to the ON position again. • If “Perform the memory” was set.INSPECTION AND ADJUSTMENT < BASIC INSPECTION > In the FOOT mode. Work support items FRE MEMORY SET Display WITHOUT (initial status) WITH Setting Perform the memory of manual FRE Do not perform the memory of manual FRE (auto control) HAC J NOTE: When the battery cable is disconnected from the negative terminal or when the battery voltage becomes 10 V or less. Work support items Mode 1 BLOW SET Mode 2 (initial status) Mode 3 Mode 4 Display DEF door position Auto control OPEN OPEN CLOSE CLOSE Manual control CLOSE OPEN OPEN CLOSE B C D NOTE: When the battery cable is disconnected from the negative terminal or when the battery voltage becomes 10 V or less. the air blowing to the DEF can be turned ON/OFF. the air inlets will be controlled automatically when turning the ignition switch to the ON position again. “Perform the memory” or “Do not perform the memory” of the intake switch ON (recirculation) condition can be selected. trimmer operation is cancelled. “Perform the memory” or “Do not perform the memory” of the intake switch OFF (fresh air intake) condition can be selected. G H HOW TO SET Using CONSULT-III. [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A HOW TO SET Using CONSULT-III. K L WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Inlet Port Memory Function (REC) DESCRIPTION INFOID:0000000003888721 M • If the ignition switch is turned to the OFF position while the intake switch is set to ON (recirculation). Work support items REC MEMORY SET WITHOUT WITH (initial status) Display Setting Perform the memory of manual REC Do not perform the memory of manual REC (auto control) P NOTE: HAC-115 .

Work support items Display MODE 1 CLEAN SW SET MODE 2 MODE 3 MODE 4 setting Initial setting Setting 1 Setting 2 Setting 3 Initial setting Setting 1 Setting 2 Setting 3 When the clean switch is ON. the A/C switch is also turned ON in synchronization with the clean switch. the A/C switch is not turned ON in synchronization with the clean switch. When the clean switch is ON.) NOTE: When the battery cable is disconnected from the negative terminal or when the battery voltage becomes 10 V or less. perform “GAS SENSOR ADJUSTMENT” on “WORK SUPPORT” of HVAC. WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Clean Switch Interlocking Movement Change Function (With Intelligent Air Conditioner System) DESCRIPTION Condition for interlocking movement of clean switch and A/C switch can be changed. INFOID:0000000003884692 HOW TO SET Using CONSULT-III. HAC-116 . the setting of the intake switch memory function may be cancelled.) Normal More sensitive setting than normal setting (REC earlier than normal operation. which activates the automatic re-circulation control system. the setting of the intake switch memory function may be cancelled. WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Gas Sensor Sensitivity Adjustment Function (With Intelligent Air Conditioner System) DESCRIPTION According to customer’s sense of smell. the setting of the intake switch memory function may be cancelled. Clean switch can be turned ON only when A/C switch is ON.) More sensitive setting than display −1 (REC earlier than display −1. When the A/C switch is turned OFF. In addition operation of the clean switch. NOTE: When the battery cable is disconnected from the negative terminal or when the battery voltage becomes 10 V or less. Work support items Display 2 1 GAS SENSOR ADJUSTMENT 0 (initial status) −1 −2 Setting Less sensitive setting than display 1 (REC later than display 1. the clean switch is turned OFF in synchronization with the A/C switch. the A/C switch is also turned ON in synchronization with the clean switch. INFOID:0000000003884691 HOW TO SET Using CONSULT-III. Control of the clean switch is functional even when the A/C switch is turned OFF. perform “CLEAN SW SET” on “WORK SUPPORT” of HVAC. When the clean switch is ON.INSPECTION AND ADJUSTMENT [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] < BASIC INSPECTION > When the battery cable is disconnected from the negative terminal or when the battery voltage becomes 10 V or less. the clean switch is turned OFF in synchronization with the A/C switch. Control of the clean switch is functional even when the A/C switch is turned OFF. When the A/C switch is turned OFF. gas sensor sensitivity can be changed. can be set to become available when the A/C switch is ON.) Less sensitive setting than normal setting (REC later than normal operation.

Functional circuit diagram INFOID:0000000003943704 B C D E F G H HAC J JPIIA0484GB K CAN (1) : A/C switch signal : Blower fan motor switch signal CAN (2) : A/C Compressor request signal L Functional initial inspection chart Control unit Diagnosis Item Self-diagnosis A/C auto amp.COMPRESSOR CONTROL FUNCTION < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS COMPRESSOR CONTROL FUNCTION Description PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION Compressor is not activated. “HVAC” Data monitor Active test ECM Self-diagnosis (CAN system diagnosis) Data monitor Self-diagnosis (CAN system diagnosis) Data monitor Auto active test Yes Yes Yes Location A Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes B C D M N O “ENGINE” P IPDM E/R “IPDM E/R” HAC-117 .

and the AV control unit and preset switch for 30 seconds or longer.. air conditioner is controlled under the following conditions: Compressor Air outlet Air inlet Blower fan speed Set temperature : ON : AUTO : FRE (Fresh) : AUTO : Setting before communication error occurs INFOID:0000000003884694 Component Part Location ENGINE COMPARTMENT HAC-118 .COMPRESSOR CONTROL FUNCTION < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] INFOID:0000000003926398 Fail-Safe FAIL-SAFE FUNCTION If a communication error exists between the A/C auto amp.

Compressor (magnet clutch) 3. Refrigerant pressure sensor 2. Ambient sensor PASSENGER COMPARTMENT HAC-119 .COMPRESSOR CONTROL FUNCTION < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A B C D E F G H HAC J K L M N O JPIIA0992ZZ P 1.

9. Sunload sensor Intake sensor 6. Air mix door motor (driver side) In-vehicle sensor Blower motor INFOID:0000000003884695 Component’s Role HAC-120 . 4.COMPRESSOR CONTROL FUNCTION < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] JPIIA0993ZZ 1. 5. Intake door motor Mode door motor A/C auto amp. 2. Air mix door motor (passenger side) 3. 7. 8.

"Description" HAC-183. "Description" HAC-185. "Description" HAC-172. "Description" HAC-192. "Description" HAC-166. "Description" HAC-197. "Description" [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] Description A B C D E F G H HAC J K L M N O P HAC-121 .COMPRESSOR CONTROL FUNCTION < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > Component Refrigerant pressure sensor Compressor Ambient sensor Intake door motor Air mix door motor (driver side) Air mix door motor (passenger side) Mode door motor Sunload sensor In-vehicle sensor A/C auto amp. "Description" HAC-181. "Description" HAC-193. Intake sensor Blower motor EC-348. "Description" HAC-169. "Description" HAC-178. "Description" HAC-188.

The relationship of these components is as shown in the figure below: JPIIA1020GB WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : System Description INFOID:0000000003884704 CONTROL OPERATION Display The operation status of the system is displayed on the screen.AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : System Diagram INFOID:0000000003884702 CONTROL SYSTEM The control system consists of input sensors. the A/C auto amp. JSIIA0058GB HAC-122 . switches. (microcomputer) and outputs.

intake door.AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > A/C Control A [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] B C D E JPIIA1006ZZ F 1. DUAL switch H MODE Switch The air discharge outlets are controlled with this switch. air mix doors. and air inlet is fixed to REC. A/C Switch Compressor turns ON or OFF with this switch. • When the temperature control dial is turned. (Pressing the A/C switch when the A/C switch is ON turns OFF the A/C switch and compressor. Temperature Control Dial (Driver Side) The set temperature is increased or decreased with this dial. and mode the position is set to foot position. Then. • When pressing the AUTO switch.) Fan Control Dial The blower speed is manually controlled with this dial. and compressor turns ON. automatic control mode is entered. 9. Temperature control dial (driver side) 8. REC switch indicator turns ON.5 seconds or longer. air inlet. Rear Window Defogger Switch When indicator is ON. 4. Temperature Control Dial (Passenger Side) • The set temperature is increased or decreased with this dial. 7. mode doors and blower speed are automatically controlled so that the in-vehicle temperature will reach. • When REC switch is pressed for approximately 1. intake door is set to the outside air position. MODE switch Recirculation (REC) switch AUTO switch 3. AUTO Switch • The compressor. air outlet. rear window is defogged. side) Fan control dial 5. REC and FRE switch indicators blink twice. DUAL switch indicator is turned ON. Defroster (DEF) Switch Mode doors are set to the defrost position with this switch. Fresh (FRE) switch A/C switch Defroster (DEF) switch G 10. Inlet status is displayed even during automatic control. fan speed. HAC J K L M N O P HAC-123 . and discharge air temperature are automatically controlled. OFF Switch Compressor and blower turn OFF. Seven speeds are available for manual control (as shown on the display screen). Temperature control dial (passenger 2. Recirculation (REC) Switch • When REC switch is ON. OFF switch 11. 6. and be maintained at the set temperature selected by the operator. Also. air inlet sets to FRE. Rear window defogger switch 12.

FRE switch is automatically turned OFF (fixed to REC mode). REC mode can be re-entered by pressing REC switch again. FRE mode can be re-entered by pressing FRE switch again. • When FRE switch is pressed for approximately 1. HAC-124 . REC switch is automatically turned OFF (fixed to FRE mode). the driver side setting temperature is applied to both sides. FRE switch indicator turns ON. REC and FRE switch indicators blink twice. automatic control mode is entered.AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > • When FRE switch is turned ON. Then. Fresh (FRE) Switch • When FRE switch is ON. the driver side and passenger side. Inlet status is displayed even during automatic control.5 seconds or longer. and air inlet is fixed to FRE. • When the DUAL switch indicator is OFF. temperature can each be set independently. • When REC switch is turned ON. DUAL Switch • When the DUAL switch indicator is ON.

AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > DISCHARGE AIR FLOW [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A B C D E F G H HAC J K L M N O JPIIA0884GB P HAC-125 .

AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > AIR DISTRIBUTION [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] JPIIA0877GB SWITCHES AND THEIR CONTROL FUNCTION JPIIA0885GB HAC-126 .

Addresses. • Address • Motor opening angle signals • Data transmission • Motor stop and drive decision • Opening angle sensor (PBR function) • Comparison M N O P HAC-127 . motor stop signals and error checking messages are all transmitted through the data transmission lines connecting the A/C auto amp. motor opening angle signals. the air mix door motors and the intake door motor. the air mix door motors and the intake door motor.. The LAN network is built through the ground circuits of each door motor. and each door motor. HAC A configuration of these components is as shown in the figure below. J K L JSIIA1129GB SYSTEM CONSTRUCTION A small network exists between the A/C auto amp. the air mix door motor and the intake door motor. The following functions are contained in LCUs built into the mode door motor..AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A B C D E F G JSIIA1189GB H AIR CONDITIONER LAN CONTROL SYSTEM The LAN (Local Area Network) system consists of the A/C auto amp. the mode door motor. and motors are connected by data transmission lines and motor power supply lines. the mode door motor. The A/C auto amp.

the air mix door motors and the intake door motor. indicated value and motor opening angle comparison) JSIIA1130GB Operation The A/C auto amp. JSIIA1131GB Transmission Data and Transmission Order A/C auto amp. is selected according to data-based decisions made by the mode door motor. The LCUs then make the appropriate error decision. the air mix door motors and the intake door motor. The error check prevents corrupted data from being used by the mode door motor. the air mix door and the intake door opening angle data to the mode door motor LCU. ERROR CHECK: • In this procedure. Opening angle indication signals received from the A/C auto amp. HOT/COLD. . If the opening angle data has no error. Next.Signal level fluctuation STOP SIGNAL: HAC-128 . The A/C auto amp. OPEN/SHUT or FRE/REC operation is selected. receives data from each of the sensors. Error data can be related to the following symptoms.Poor electrical connections . the received data is rejected and the corrected data received.Malfunction of electrical frequency . The new selection data is returned to the A/C auto amp. OPENING ANGLE: • Data that shows the indicated door opening angle of each door motor. door control is based upon the corrected opening angle data. ADDRESS: • Data sent from the A/C auto amp. DEF/VENT. data is transmitted consecutively to each of the door motors following the form as shown in the figure below. and each of the motor position sensors is compared by the LCUs in each door motor with the existing decision and opening angles. Error data is then compiled.Signal leakage from transmission lines . • If the addresses are identical. door control begins. START: • Initial compulsory signal is sent to each of the door motors. the air mix door motors and the intake door motor read their respective signals according to the address signal. sends mode door.AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > • Decision (A/C auto amp. the opening angle data and error check signals are received by the door motor LCUs. transmitted and received data is checked for errors. the air mix door motor LCUs and the intake door motor LCU. The mode door motor. Finally. • If an error exists.

AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > • At the end of each transmission. A B C D E F JSIIA1132GB WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Component Part Location INFOID:0000000003884706 G ENGINE COMPARTMENT H HAC J K L M N O P HAC-129 . or internal malfunction message is delivered to the A/C auto amp. in-operation. This completes one data transmission and control cycle. a stop operation.

AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] JPIIA0992ZZ 1. Compressor (magnet clutch) 3. Refrigerant pressure sensor 2. Ambient sensor PASSENGER COMPARTMENT HAC-130 .

Sunload sensor Intake sensor 6. 7. Intake door motor Mode door motor A/C auto amp. 8. Air mix door motor (passenger side) 3. 2. 9. 5. 4.AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A B C D E F G H HAC J K L M N O JPIIA0993ZZ P 1. Air mix door motor (driver side) In-vehicle sensor Blower motor HAC-131 .

"Description" HAC-197. (microcomputer) and outputs. "Description" HAC-166. "Description" HAC-169. "Description" HAC-183.AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] INFOID:0000000003884707 WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Component Description Component Refrigerant pressure sensor Compressor Ambient sensor Intake door motor Air mix door motor (driver side) Air mix door motor (passenger side) Mode door motor Sunload sensor In-vehicle sensor A/C auto amp. "Description" HAC-172. "Description" HAC-193. "Description" HAC-181. "Description" HAC-188. switches. The relationship of these components is as shown in the figure below: INFOID:0000000003884703 JPIIA1021GB HAC-132 . the A/C auto amp. "Description" HAC-192. Intake sensor Blower motor EC-348. "Description" Description WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : System Diagram CONTROL SYSTEM The control system consists of input sensors. "Description" HAC-185. "Description" HAC-178.

Rear window defogger switch 12. Temperature control dial (driver side) 8. M N O P HAC-133 . fan speed. and compressor turns ON. Also. OFF switch 11. A B C D E JPIIA1022GB Preset Switch F G H HAC J JPIIA1005ZZ K 1. air mix doors. 7. intake door. AUTO Switch • The compressor. DUAL switch MODE Switch The air discharge outlets are controlled with this switch. • When the temperature control dial is turned. DUAL switch indicator is turned ON. side) Fan control dial 5. Defroster (DEF) Switch Mode doors are set to the defrost position with this switch. Temperature control dial (passenger 2. 6. Temperature Control Dial (Driver Side) The set temperature is increased or decreased with this dial. • When pressing the AUTO switch. and discharge air temperature are automatically controlled. and be maintained at the set temperature selected by the operator.AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] INFOID:0000000003884705 WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : System Description CONTROL OPERATION Display The operation status of the system is displayed on the screen. intake door is set to the outside air position. MODE switch Intake switch AUTO switch 3. Temperature Control Dial (Passenger Side) • The set temperature is increased or decreased with this dial. 4. air inlet. CLEAN switch A/C switch Defroster (DEF) switch L 10. 9. mode doors and blower speed are automatically controlled so that the in-vehicle temperature will reach. air outlet.

A/C Switch Compressor turns ON or OFF with this switch. the vehicle is driven between ion control mode (approximately 15 minutes) and clean mode (approximately 30 minutes) alternately. • When the intake switch indicator is turned OFF.AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] CLEAN Switch • When the blower motor is operated. intake door and the mode doors are automatically controlled. the indicator lamp of the clean switch illuminates by pressing the clean switch. rear window is defogged. DUAL Switch • When the DUAL switch indicator is ON. the intake switch indicator is turned ON. OFF Switch Compressor and blower turn OFF. The air inlets are fixed to recirculation for approximately 5 minutes. (Pressing the A/C switch when the A/C switch is ON turns OFF the A/C switch and compressor. they change to the automatic re-circulation control system. The Plasmacluster ion generation function operates for approximately 30 minutes (Blower motor operate) in clean mode after the clean switch is ON. After approximately 5 minutes have passed. Rear Window Defogger Switch When indicator is ON. shifting mode position to DEF. NOTE: The A/C switch becomes deactivate and the clean switch is turned OFF in synchronization with the A/C switch by the clean switch interlocking movement change function. Seven speeds are available for manual control (as shown on the display screen). • When the DUAL switch indicator is OFF. After approximately 30 minutes have passed. the intake switch indicator is turned OFF. it is operated between the clean mode (approximately 15 minutes) and clean mode (approximately 15 minutes) alternately. REC mode can be re-entered by pressing intake switch again. intake switch is automatically turned OFF (set to FRE mode). and then operates for approximately 15 minutes. • Press the intake switch or defroster (DEF) switch when releasing the automatic recirculation control system. HAC-134 . and air inlet is set to FRE. the driver side and passenger side. NOTE: When the clean switch is not ON • Ignition switch: OFF • Blower motor: OFF • Mode position: Defroster (DEF) • Ambient temperature: At about 0°C or below (Reactivate at about 2°C or above) • When the gas sensor is malfunctioning • The Plasmacluster ion generation function changes automatically to the ion control mode by turning the clean switch OFF. • When the clean switch is ON. temperature can each be set independently. the A/C switch is also turned ON in synchronization with the clean switch. the driver side setting temperature is applied to both sides. • When the intake switch is pressed again.) Fan Control Dial The blower speed is manually controlled with this dial. Then. Intake Switch • When the intake switch is ON. and air inlet is set to REC.

AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > DISCHARGE AIR FLOW [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A B C D E F G H HAC J K L M N O JPIIA0884GB P HAC-135 .

. HAC-136 . the air mix door motors and the intake door motor.AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > SWITCHES AND THEIR CONTROL FUNCTION [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] JPIIA0885GB JSIIA1190GB AIR CONDITIONER LAN CONTROL SYSTEM The LAN (Local Area Network) system consists of the A/C auto amp. the mode door motor.

[WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A B C JSIIA1129GB SYSTEM CONSTRUCTION A small network exists between the A/C auto amp. L M N O P JSIIA1131GB Transmission Data and Transmission Order A/C auto amp. The new selection data is returned to the A/C auto amp. Next. The A/C auto amp.AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > A configuration of these components is as shown in the figure below. motor opening angle signals. and each of the motor position sensors is compared by the LCUs in each door motor with the existing decision and opening angles. The mode door motor.. the air mix door motors and the intake door motor. OPEN/SHUT or FRE/REC operation is selected. Addresses. Opening angle indication signals received from the A/C auto amp. the air mix door motor LCUs and the intake door motor LCU. The LAN network is built through the ground circuits of each door motor. DEF/VENT. and motors are connected by data transmission lines and motor power supply lines. sends mode door. • Address • Motor opening angle signals • Data transmission • Motor stop and drive decision • Opening angle sensor (PBR function) • Comparison • Decision (A/C auto amp. receives data from each of the sensors. and each door motor. the air mix door motors and the intake door motor read their respective signals according to the address signal. the air mix door and the intake door opening angle data to the mode door motor LCU. HAC-137 . indicated value and motor opening angle comparison) D E F G H HAC J K JSIIA1130GB Operation The A/C auto amp. the air mix door motor and the intake door motor. The following functions are contained in LCUs built into the mode door motor. motor stop signals and error checking messages are all transmitted through the data transmission lines connecting the A/C auto amp. the mode door motor. HOT/COLD. The A/C auto amp. data is transmitted consecutively to each of the door motors following the form as shown in the figure below.

in-operation. This completes one data transmission and control cycle. the received data is rejected and the corrected data received. . door control is based upon the corrected opening angle data.Poor electrical connections . the opening angle data and error check signals are received by the door motor LCUs. If the opening angle data has no error. Error data is then compiled. transmitted and received data is checked for errors. ERROR CHECK: • In this procedure.AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > START: [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] • Initial compulsory signal is sent to each of the door motors. JSIIA1132GB WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Component Part Location INFOID:0000000003885178 ENGINE COMPARTMENT HAC-138 . The LCUs then make the appropriate error decision. • If an error exists. a stop operation. The error check prevents corrupted data from being used by the mode door motor. is selected according to data-based decisions made by the mode door motor. ADDRESS: • Data sent from the A/C auto amp. the air mix door motors and the intake door motor. door control begins. Finally.Signal level fluctuation STOP SIGNAL: • At the end of each transmission. OPENING ANGLE: • Data that shows the indicated door opening angle of each door motor. Error data can be related to the following symptoms.Malfunction of electrical frequency . or internal malfunction message is delivered to the A/C auto amp. the air mix door motors and the intake door motor.Signal leakage from transmission lines . • If the addresses are identical.

Refrigerant pressure sensor Ambient sensor 2. 4. Compressor (magnet clutch) PASSENGER COMPARTMENT HAC-139 .AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A B C D E F G H HAC J K L M N O JPIIA0996ZZ P 1. Gas sensor 3.

Air mix door motor (driver side) In-vehicle sensor Blower motor HAC-140 . Air mix door motor (passenger side) 3. 7. 2. 4. 8. 5. 9. Sunload sensor Intake sensor 6. Intake door motor Mode door motor A/C auto amp.AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] JPIIA0993ZZ 1.

Intake sensor Blower motor EC-348. "Description" HAC-172.AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] INFOID:0000000003885179 WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Component Description A Component Refrigerant pressure sensor Gas sensor Compressor Ambient sensor Intake door motor Air mix door motor (driver side) Air mix door motor (passenger side) Mode door motor Sunload sensor In-vehicle sensor A/C auto amp. "Description" HAC-192. "Description" HAC-193. "Description" HAC-185. "Description" HAC-183. "Description" HAC-178. "Description" C D E F G H HAC J K L M N O P HAC-141 . "Description" HAC-169. "Description" Description B HAC-175. "Description" HAC-188. "WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Description" HAC-197. "Description" HAC-166. "Description" HAC-181.

• When the clean switch is turned ON. Plasmacluster™ ion generation function extends the operation time of the clean mode to approximately 30 minutes for deactivating impurities more actively. • Airborne mold and bacteria in the passenger compartment are inactivated by the effect of Plasmacluster™ ion. has been adopted. • 2 ion generation modes (clean mode and ion control mode) are switched every 15 minutes while blower motor turns ON with ignition switch ON. The Plasmacluster™ ion generation function operates when the blower motor operates. OPERATION DESCRIPTION • The Plasmacluster™ ion generation function operates synchronized with the blower motor. HAC-142 . and maintain the ion balance in the passenger compartment close to that in nature. the Plasmacluster™ ion generation function also stops operating (“CLEAN” and “ION” indicators are OFF). Condition Clean switch: OFF Clean switch: ON Clean mode 15 minutes 30 minutes Ion control mode 15 minutes 15 minutes NOTE: When the clean switch is not ON • Ignition switch: OFF • Blower motor: OFF • Mode position: Defroster (DEF) • Ambient temperature: At about 0°C (32°F) or below [Reactivate at about 2°C (36°F) or above] • When the gas sensor is malfunctioning • When the blower motor is stopped.PLASMACLUSTER SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] PLASMACLUSTER SYSTEM WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : System Diagram INFOID:0000000003884708 JPIIA1004GB WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : System Description INFOID:0000000003884709 • Plasmacluster™ ion generation function. • The operating condition is displayed in the “ION” indicator in the display. NOTE: • Plasmacluster™ ion technology developed by Sharp Corporation is installed in this item. • Plasmacluster™ is a trademark of Sharp Corporation. which generates ions inactivating bacteria and supplies to the passenger compartment through air blown from air conditioner. • Plasmacluster™ ion generation function is switched between 2 operation modes (clean mode and ion control mode) automatically.

Clean mode operation Ion indicator (blue) (1) in the display is turns ON as per the followings. • Approximately 30 minutes after the clean switch is turned ON while the blower motor is operating. Emits more negative ions after deactivating impurities actively in clean mode. INFOID:0000000003884710 B C D E WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Component Part Location PASSENGER COMPARTMENT F G H HAC J K L M N O P JPIIA0998ZZ HAC-143 .PLASMACLUSTER SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > Clean mode Ion control mode [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A Emits positive and negative ions into air for deactivating impurities actively. • After approximately 30 seconds of clean mode operation time has passed while the clean switch is ON. 1. • Ion control mode is switched to operate. 15 minutes after JSIIA1152ZZ clean mode in operation. 2. • Approximately 15 minutes after starting the blower motor. 15 minutes after ion control mode in operation. Ion control mode operation Ion indicator (green) in the display is turns ON as per the followings. • Clean mode is switched to operate.

Ion indicator Ionizer Description The A/C auto amp. [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] Ionizer WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Component Description INFOID:0000000003884711 Component A/C auto amp. Ion indicator 2. HAC-199. Plasmacluster ion generation function operating condition is displayed in the ion indicator in the display. controls ionizer ON/OFF and shifts an ion generation function.PLASMACLUSTER SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > 1. "WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Description" HAC-144 . 3. A/C auto amp.

• The air mix door motors. H SYSTEM OPERATION HAC • The A/C auto amp. sends the air mix door. ambient temperature. Door Motor Circuit L M N O P JSIIA1133GB Mode Door Control Specification HAC-145 . the mode door motor and the intake door motor read their respective signals J according to the address signal.MODE DOOR CONTROL SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A INFOID:0000000003884714 MODE DOOR CONTROL SYSTEM System Diagram B C D E F JPIIA0494GB G System Description INFOID:0000000003884715 The mode door is automatically controlled by the temperature setting. receives data from each of the sensors. DEF/VENT. OPEN/SHUT or FRE/REC operations is selected. intake temperature and amount of sunload. the mode door motor LCU and the intake door motor LCU. • Next. the mode door and the intake door opening angle data to the air mix door motor LCUs. and each of the motor position sensors are compared by the LCUs in each door motor with the existing decision and opening angles. The newly selected data is K returned to the A/C auto amp. in-vehicle temperature. HOT/COLD. • The A/C auto amp. Opening angle indication signals received from the A/C auto amp.

Pressing the AUTO switch allows automatic control by the A/C auto amp. This the setting of a mode position. [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] JPIIA0767GB HAC-146 . a mode door position (VENT. the D/F is selected to prevent windshield fogging only when ambient temperature is extremely low with mode position the FOOT. FOOT. During the automatic control of a mode position. or D/F) is selected based on a target the air mix door opening angle and sunload depending on the temperature calculated by the A/C auto amp. B/L.MODE DOOR CONTROL SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > Mode position can be selected manually by pressing the MODE switch or the DEF switch on the A/C control. In addition.

• The air mix door motors. • The A/C auto amp. OPEN/SHUT or FRE/REC operation is selected. sends air mix door. ambient temperature. Opening angle indication signals received from the A/C auto amp. intake temperature and amount of sunload. the mode door motor and the intake door motor read their respective signals J according to the address signal. • Next. The newly selected data is K returned to the A/C auto amp. and each of the motor position sensors are compared by the LCUs in each door motor with the existing decision and opening angles. HOT/COLD.AIR MIX DOOR CONTROL SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A INFOID:0000000003884718 AIR MIX DOOR CONTROL SYSTEM System Diagram B C D E F JPIIA0499GB G System Description INFOID:0000000003884719 The air mix doors are automatically controlled so that in-vehicle temperature is maintained at a predetermined value by the temperature setting. DEF/VENT. the mode door motor LCU and the intake door motor LCU. Door Motor Circuit L M N O P JSIIA1133GB Air Mix Door Control Specification HAC-147 . the mode door and the intake door opening angle data to the air mix door motor LCUs. H SYSTEM OPERATION HAC • The A/C auto amp. receives data from each of the sensors.

corrects the set temperature and decides a target air mix door opening angle. continuously and automatically controls temperatures regardless of air conditioner operational condition. air mix door is set on full cold. [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] JPIIA0633GB HAC-148 . the A/C auto amp.AIR MIX DOOR CONTROL SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > When ignition switch is ON. When the temperature is set at 18°C (60°F). the A/C auto amp. and when the temperature is set at 32°C (90°F). When setting a target temperature with the temperature control dial. controls air mix door according to the target air mix door opening angle and current air mix door opening angle. keeping an optimum air mix door opening angle. The A/C auto amp. it is set to full hot.

the intake air temperature and the in-vehicle temperature. SYSTEM OPERATION The intake door control judges intake door position based on the ambient temperature. When the DEF or OFF switches are pressed.INTAKE DOOR CONTROL SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A INTAKE DOOR CONTROL SYSTEM WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : System Diagram INFOID:0000000003884722 B C D E F G JPIIA1023GB WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : System Description INFOID:0000000003884724 H The intake door is automatically controlled by the temperature setting. amount of sunload and ON/OFF operation of the compressor. in-vehicle temHAC perature. sets the intake door to the FRE position. Door Motor Circuit J K L M N O P JSIIA1133GB Intake Door Control Specification HAC-149 . the A/C auto amp. intake temperature. ambient temperature.

When DEF or OFF switches are pressed. • Intake door position is basically set to the REC when the REC indicator is ON. and sunload. • The intake door automatic control selects the FRE. the A/C auto amp. ambient temperature. sets the intake door at the FRE position. ambient temperature. ambient temperature. or the REC depending on the target air mix door opening angle. temperature setting. SYSTEM OPERATION The intake door control judges intake door position based on the ambient atmospheric CO and NO2.INTAKE DOOR CONTROL SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > • Intake door position is basically set to the FRE when the FRE indicator is ON or DEF switch is ON. in-vehicle temperature. the 20% FRE. amount of sunload and ON/OFF operation of the compressor. [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] JPIIA0634GB WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : System Diagram INFOID:0000000003884723 JPIIA1024GB WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : System Description INFOID:0000000003884725 The intake door is automatically controlled by the ambient atmospheric CO and NO2. intake temperature. the intake air temperature and the in-vehicle temperature. HAC-150 . based on in-vehicle temperature.

INTAKE DOOR CONTROL SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > Door Motor Circuit A [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] B C D E JSIIA1133GB F Intake Door Control Specification • Intake door position is basically set to the FRE when the intake indicator is OFF or DEF switch is ON. based on in-vehicle temperature. or the REC depending on the target air mix door opening angle. the 20% FRE. J K L M ZJIA1166E N O P HAC-151 . and sunload. G H HAC JPIIA0634GB Automatic Re-circulation Control System In addition to the regular automatic control. • Intake door position is basically set to the REC when the intake indicator is ON. intake door condition is controlled by gas sensor output signal when auto recirculation mode is selected. ambient temperature. • The intake door automatic control selects the FRE. This system automatically controls the inlet to prevent a smell of exhaust gas from getting into vehicle by receiving signals from the gas sensor that detects ambient atmospheric CO and NO2.

Fan Speed Control Specification JPIIA0635GB HAC-152 . and air flow control at actuator operation in addition to manual control. • There are the following types of air flow control: starting air flow control. ambient temperature. intake temperature. normal automatic air flow control. performs the calculation and decides the target according to the signal from each sensor. the manual selection (1-7) with the fan control dial has priority. it changes the duty ratio of the blower motor drive signal to prevent the air flow from suddenly increasing. starting air flow control at low coolant temperature. When engine coolant temperature is low. • The A/C auto amp. • If the AUTO switch is pressed or if the DEF switch is pressed while in the OFF condition. starting air flow control at high in-vehicle temperature. • When increasing the air flow.BLOWER MOTOR CONTROL SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] BLOWER MOTOR CONTROL SYSTEM System Diagram INFOID:0000000003884727 JPIIA0502GB System Description INFOID:0000000003884728 Blower speed is automatically controlled by the temperature setting. By pressing the AUTO switch. it changes to the automatic control by A/C auto amp. amount of sunload and air mix door position. SYSTEM OPERATION System Operation • For air flow. • The minimum air flow will change according to the sunload when the air discharge outlet is VENT or B/L. Normal Automatic Air Flow Control • When the target temperature is set by the temperature control dial of A/C control. the blower motor starts to gradually increase air flow volume. in-vehicle temperature. the blower motor operation is delayed to prevent cool air from flowing. changes the duty ratio of blower motor drive signal and controls the air flow continuously so that the air flow becomes the target air flow. the A/C auto amp.

BLOWER MOTOR CONTROL SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A Starting Air Flow Control • When starting the automatic control of air flow. In the most extreme case (very low ambient temperature) the blower start delay is 150 seconds as described above. the blower does not operate for a short period of time (up to 150 seconds). The blower speed rises gradually to the objective speed over a time period of 3 seconds or less (actual time depends on the objective blower speed). After this delay. Starting Fan Speed Control Start up from COLD SOAK Condition (Automatic mode) In cold start up condition where the engine coolant temperature is below 56°C (133°F). and then the blower speed increases to the objective speed. B C D E F G H HAC J K L M N O P HAC-153 . the system gradually increases the duty ratio of the blower motor drive signal to prevent too much air from blowing. The exact start delay time varies depending on the ambient temperature and engine coolant temperature. and engine coolant temperature [approximately 56°C (133°F) or less] during the automatic air flow control. Start up from usual or HOT SOAK Condition (Automatic mode) The blower will begin operation momentarily after the AUTO switch is pressed. • Do not perform the starting air flow control when the air discharge outlet is set to DEF. the blower will operate at low speed until the engine coolant temperature rises above 56°C (133°F). • It becomes the starting air flow control at low coolant temperature according to the calculation result of the A/ C auto amp. • The time period from when the air flow changes from LO to HI is approximately 8 seconds.

8 kg/cm2..). Low Temperature Protection Control Turn the A/C relay to OFF and stop the compressor by the signal from the A/C auto amp according to the evaporator passing air temperature detected by the intake sensor and the ambient temperature detected by the ambient sensor. the AUTO switch. The ECM sends A/C compressor feedback signal to A/C auto amp. the ECM simultaneously sends A/C compressor feedback signal to A/C auto amp. uses input A/C compressor feedback signal to control air inlet. Compressor Protection Control The ECM makes the A/C relay turn OFF and stops the compressor when pressure on the high-pressure side detected by the refrigerant pressure sensor is over approximately 3. the IPDM E/R turns the A/C relay ON to operate the compressor. based on each sensor status (refrigerant-pressure sensor signal. A/C auto amp. or below approximately 118 kPa (1.MAGNET CLUTCH CONTROL SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] MAGNET CLUTCH CONTROL SYSTEM System Diagram INFOID:0000000003884729 JPIIA0504GB System Description INFOID:0000000003884730 The A/C auto amp. transmit the A/C switch signal and blower fan motor switch signal to the ECM. Upon receipt of A/C compressor request signal from the ECM.18bar. 1. it sends A/C compressor request signal to the IPDM E/R. throttle angle. via CAN communication. 17 psi). etc. When sending A/C compressor request signal to the IPDM E/R via CAN communication line. If the ECM judges that the compressor can be turned ON. 31. via CAN communication line. HAC-154 . via CAN communication. then. ECM judges whether compressor can be turned ON. intake air temperature and signal from ECM. or the DEF switch is pressed. controls compressor operation by ambient temperature.19bar.119 kPa (31.2 kg/cm2. SYSTEM OPERATION When the A/C switch. 452 psi).

For details. Many electronic control units are equipped onto each vehicle. In CAN communication. and each control unit shares information and links with other control units during operation (not independent).CAN COMMUNICATION SYSTEM < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A INFOID:0000000003884731 CAN COMMUNICATION SYSTEM System Description CAN (Controller Area Network) is a serial communication line for real time application. "CAN System Specification Chart". B C D E F G H HAC J K L M N O P HAC-155 . CAN-L line) allowing a high rate of information transmission with less wiring. Each control unit transmits/receives data but selectively reads required data only. refer to LAN-22. It is an on-vehicle multiplex communication line with high data communication speed and excellent error detection ability. control units are connected with 2 communication lines (CAN-H line.

Description Displays the diagnosis results judged by A/C auto amp. is not transmitting or receiving CAN communication signal for 2 or more seconds. or there is a short in the circuit) • Sunload sensor • A/C auto amp. • Harness and connector (CAN communication line is open or shorted) (Air mix door motor is open or shorted) B257B B257C B2578 B2579 B2581 B2582 B2630* B2631* B2632 AMB TEMP SEN (SHORT) AMB TEMP SEN (OPEN) IN CAR SENSOR (OUT OF RANGE [LOW]) IN CAR SENSOR (OUT OF RANGE [HI]) EVAP TEMP SEN (SHORT) EVAP TEMP SEN (OPEN) SUNLOAD SEN (SHORT) SUNLOAD SEN (OPEN) DR AIRMIX ACTR (SHORT) B2633 DR AIRMIX ACTR (OPEN) HAC-156 . or there is a short in the circuit) • In-vehicle sensor • A/C auto amp. "WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : DTC Index". or there is a short in the circuit) • Air mix door motor (driver side) • A/C auto amp. CONSULT-III application items Diagnosis mode ECU Identification Self Diagnostic Result Data Monitor Active Test Displays the A/C auto amp. • Harness and connector (In-vehicle sensor circuit is open. Detected temperature at ambient sensor −44°C (−47°F) or less Detected temperature at ambient sensor 100°C (212°F) or more Detected temperature at in-vehicle sensor −44°C (−47°F) or less Detected temperature at in-vehicle sensor 100°C (212°F) or more Detected temperature at intake sensor −33°C (−27°F) or less Detected temperature at intake sensor 69°C (156°F) or more Detected calorie at sunload sensor 64.. When A/C auto amp. When detecting error during the initial diagnosis of CAN controller of A/C auto amp.7 w/m2 (30 kcal/m2·h) or less Detected calorie at sunload sensor 2832 w/m2 (1304 kcal/m2·h) or more Air mix door PBR (driver side) position 5% or less Air mix door PBR (driver side) position 95% or more Possible cause U1000 CAN communication system U1010 CONTROL UNIT (CAN) A/C auto amp. • Ambient sensor • A/C auto amp.DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM (HVAC) < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM (HVAC) WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : CONSULT-III Function INFOID:0000000003884732 CONSULT-III can display each diagnosis item using the diagnosis test modes shown as per the following. Displays A/C auto amp. Display Item List DTC Items (CONSULT-III screen terms) CAN COMM CIRCUIT Diagnostic item is detected when. number. • Harness and connector (Sunload sensor circuit is open. The signals used to activate each device are forcibly supplied from A/C auto amp. • Temperature setting trimmer • Inlet port memory function (FRE) • Inlet port memory function (REC) • Foot position setting trimmer Work Support SELF DIAGNOSTIC RESULT Refer to HAC-212. • Harness and connector (Ambient sensor circuit is open. input/output data in real time. or there is a short in the circuit) • Intake sensor • A/C auto amp.. Changes the setting for each system function. • Harness and connector (Intake sensor circuit is open.

otherwise self-diagnosis indicates even though the sunload sensor is functioning normally. • Harness and connector (CAN communication line is open or shorted) (Mode door motor is open or shorted) A B B2635 PASS AIRMIX ACTR (OPEN) Air mix door PBR (passenger side) position 95% or more C B2636 B2637 B2638 B2639 B263D DR VENT DOOR FAIL DR B/L DOOR FAIL DR D/F1 DOOR FAIL DR DEF DOOR FAIL FRE DOOR FAIL When the malfunctioning door position is detected at VENT position When the malfunctioning door position is detected at B/L position When the malfunctioning door position is detected at FOOT position When the malfunctioning door position is detected at DEF position When the malfunctioning intake door position is detected at FRE position When the malfunctioning intake door position is detected at 20%FRE position When the malfunctioning intake door position is detected at REC position When the malfunctioning door position is detected at D/F position When the malfunctioning door position is detected at B/L2 position D E F • Intake door motor • A/C auto amp. Air mix door PBR (passenger side) position 5% or less [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] Possible cause • Air mix door motor (passenger side) • A/C auto amp. N O P HAC-157 .DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM (HVAC) < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > DTC B2634 Items (CONSULT-III screen terms) PASS AIRMIX ACTR (SHORT) Diagnostic item is detected when. • Harness and connector (CAN communication line is open or shorted) (Intake door motor is open or shorted) B263E 20P FRE DOOR FAIL G B263F B2654 REC DOOR FAIL D/F2 DOOR FAIL H HAC B2655 B/L2 DOOR FAIL J B2656 BTC FRE DOOR FAIL When the malfunctioning intake door position is detected K L *: Perform self-diagnosis under sunshine. • Harness and connector (CAN communication line is open or shorted) (Intake door motor is open or shorted) • Mode door motor • A/C auto amp. DATA MONITOR Display item list M Monitor item [Unit] COMP REQ SIG FAN REQ SIG AMB TEMP SEN IN-VEH TEMP INT TEMP SEN SUNLOAD SEN AMB SEN CAL IN-VEH CAL [On/Off] [On/Off] [°C] [°C] [°C] [w/m2] [°C] [°C] Description Displays A/C switch ON/OFF status transmitted to other units via CAN communication Displays blower switch ON/OFF status transmitted to other units via CAN communication Ambient sensor value converted from ambient sensor signal received from ambient sensor In-vehicle sensor value converted from in-vehicle sensor signal received from in-vehicle sensor Intake sensor value converted from intake sensor signal received from intake sensor Sunload sensor value converted from sunload sensor signal received from sunload sensor Ambient sensor value calculated by A/C auto amp. • Harness and connector (CAN communication line is open or shorted) (Air mix door motor is open or shorted) • Mode door motor • A/C auto amp.. In-vehicle sensor value calculated by A/C auto amp. • Harness and connector (CAN communication line is open or shorted) (Mode door motor is open or shorted) • Intake door motor • A/C auto amp. When performing indoors. aim a light (more than 60 W) at sunload sensor..

error message is displayed but it is not malfunction. HAC-158 . according to the temperature setting and the value from each sensor Water temperature signal value received from ECM via CAN communication Vehicle speed signal value received from meter via CAN communication [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] ACTIVE TEST Test item ALL SEG Description NOTE: • Item can be displayed but cannot be tested. Reference HAC-110. "WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Temperature Setting Trimmer" HAC-110. the auto amplifier control temperature can be adjusted to compensate for the temperature setting. "WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Foot Position Setting Trimmer" TEMP SET CORRECT BLOW SET In the FOOT mode. Sunload sensor value calculated by A/C auto amp. HVAC TEST HVAC TEST Test item MODE 1 Mode door position Intake door position Air mix door position (driver & passenger side) Blower motor duty ratio Compressor (Magnet clutch) VENT REC FULL COLD 37% ON MODE 2 B/L1 REC FULL COLD 91% ON MODE 3 B/L2 20% FRE FULL HOT 65% OFF MODE 4 AUTO FOOT FRE FULL HOT 65% OFF MODE 5 D/F FRE FULL HOT 65% ON MODE 6 DEF FRE FULL HOT 91% ON MODE 7 - NOTE: • Perform the inspection of each output device after starting the engine because the compressor is operated. error message is displayed but it is not malfunction. The operation check of A/C system can be performed by selecting the mode. the air blowing to the DEF can change ON/ OFF. Target discharge air temperature judged by A/C auto amp.DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM (HVAC) < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > Monitor item [Unit] INT TEMP CAL SUNL SEN CAL FAN DUTY XM ENG COOL TEMP VEHICLE SPEED [°C] [Mph (km/h)] [°C] [w/m2] [%] Description Intake sensor value calculated by A/C auto amp. • When choosing to turn “ALL SEG” on. WORK SUPPORT Work item Description If the temperature felt by the customer is different than the air flow temperature controlled by the temperature setting. • When choosing to “MODE 7”. Refer to the following table for the conditions of each mode. Duty ratio of blower motor judged by A/C auto amp.

“Perform the memory” or “Do not perform the memory” of the FRE switch ON (fresh air intake) condition can be selected. HAC-159 . the setting of WORK SUPPORT may be cancelled. • If “Do not perform the memory” was set. input/output data in real time. The signals used to activate each device are forcibly supplied from A/C auto amp. [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] Reference A FRE MEMORY SET HAC-111. “Perform the memory” or “Do not perform the memory” of the REC switch ON (recirculation) condition can be selected. number. G WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : CONSULT-III Function INFOID:0000000003884733 H CONSULT-III can display each diagnosis item using the diagnosis test modes shown as per the following... the air inlets will be controlled automatically when turning the ignition switch to the ON position again. When A/C auto amp. • Temperature setting trimmer • Inlet port memory function (FRE) • Inlet port memory function (REC) • Foot position setting trimmer • Gas sensor sensitivity adjustment function • Clean switch interlocking movement change function K L Work Support M SELF DIAGNOSTIC RESULT Refer to HAC-224. • If “Do not perform the memory” was set. the air inlets will be controlled automatically when turning the ignition switch to the ON position again. the FRE switch will be ON (fresh air intake) when turning the ignition switch to the ON position again. "WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Inlet Port Memory Function (FRE)" B C D HAC-111. "WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Inlet Port Memory Function (REC)" E REC MEMORY SET F NOTE: When the battery cable is disconnected from the negative terminal or when the battery voltage becomes 10 V or less. Changes the setting for each system function. CONSULT-III application items HAC Diagnosis mode ECU Identification Self Diagnostic Result Data Monitor Active Test Displays the A/C auto amp. When detecting error during the initial diagnosis of CAN controller of A/C auto amp.DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM (HVAC) < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > Work item Description • If the ignition switch is turned to the OFF position while the FRE switch is set to ON (fresh air intake). Description J Displays the diagnosis results judged by A/C auto amp. • If the ignition switch is turned to the OFF position while the REC switch is set to ON (recirculation). the REC switch will be ON (recirculation) when turning the ignition switch to the ON position again. Display Item List DTC Items (CONSULT-III screen terms) CAN COMM CIRCUIT N O Diagnostic item is detected when. • If “Perform the memory” was set. Possible cause U1000 CAN communication system P U1010 CONTROL UNIT (CAN) A/C auto amp. Displays A/C auto amp. is not transmitting or receiving CAN communication signal for 2 or more seconds. • If “Perform the memory” was set. "WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : DTC Index".

• Harness and connector (Gas sensor circuit is open..7 w/m2 (30 kcal/m2·h) or less Detected calorie at sunload sensor 2832 w/m2 (1304 kcal/m2·h) or more Air mix door PBR (driver side) position 5% or less Air mix door PBR (driver side) position 95% or more Air mix door PBR (passenger side) position 5% or less [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] Possible cause • Ambient sensor • A/C auto amp. or there is a short in the circuit) • Gas sensor • A/C auto amp. • Harness and connector (Intake sensor circuit is open. or there is a short in the circuit) • In-vehicle sensor • A/C auto amp. • Harness and connector (CAN communication line is open or shorted) (Air mix door motor is open or shorted) • Air mix door motor (passenger side) • A/C auto amp. Detected temperature at ambient sensor −44°C (−47°F) or less Detected temperature at ambient sensor 100°C (212°F) or more Detected temperature at in-vehicle sensor −44°C (−47°F) or less Detected temperature at in-vehicle sensor 100°C (212°F) or more Detected temperature at intake sensor −33°C (−27°F) or less Detected temperature at intake sensor 69°C (156°F) or more Gas sensor duty 10% or less Gas sensor duty 90% or more Detected calorie at sunload sensor 64. or there is a short in the circuit) • Sunload sensor • A/C auto amp.DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM (HVAC) < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > DTC B257B B257C B2578 B2579 B2581 B2582 B262A B262B Items (CONSULT-III screen terms) AMB TEMP SEN (SHORT) AMB TEMP SEN (OPEN) IN CAR SENSOR (OUT OF RANGE [LOW]) IN CAR SENSOR (OUT OF RANGE [HI]) EVAP TEMP SEN (SHORT) EVAP TEMP SEN (OPEN) GAS SENSOR (SHORT) GAS SENSOR (OPEN) Diagnostic item is detected when.. or there is a short in the circuit) • Intake sensor • A/C auto amp. • Harness and connector (CAN communication line is open or shorted) (Mode door motor is open or shorted) B2630* B2631* B2632 SUNLOAD SEN (SHORT) SUNLOAD SEN (OPEN) DR AIRMIX ACTR (SHORT) B2633 DR AIRMIX ACTR (OPEN) B2634 PASS AIRMIX ACTR (SHORT) B2635 PASS AIRMIX ACTR (OPEN) Air mix door PBR (passenger side) position 95% or more B2636 B2637 B2638 B2639 B263D DR VENT DOOR FAIL DR B/L DOOR FAIL DR D/F1 DOOR FAIL DR DEF DOOR FAIL FRE DOOR FAIL When the malfunctioning door position is detected at VENT position When the malfunctioning door position is detected at B/L position When the malfunctioning door position is detected at FOOT position When the malfunctioning door position is detected at DEF position When the malfunctioning intake door position is detected at FRE position When the malfunctioning intake door position is detected at 20%FRE position When the malfunctioning intake door position is detected at REC position B263E 20P FRE DOOR FAIL B263F REC DOOR FAIL • Intake door motor • A/C auto amp. • Harness and connector (Sunload sensor circuit is open. • Harness and connector (CAN communication line is open or shorted) (Intake door motor is open or shorted) HAC-160 . • Harness and connector (CAN communication line is open or shorted) (Air mix door motor is open or shorted) • Mode door motor • A/C auto amp. • Harness and connector (Ambient sensor circuit is open. • Harness and connector (In-vehicle sensor circuit is open. or there is a short in the circuit) • Air mix door motor (driver side) • A/C auto amp.

P HVAC TEST HAC-161 .. Sunload sensor value calculated by A/C auto amp.DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM (HVAC) < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > DTC B2654 Items (CONSULT-III screen terms) D/F2 DOOR FAIL Diagnostic item is detected when. When the malfunctioning door position is detected at D/F position When the malfunctioning door position is detected at B/L2 position [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] Possible cause • Mode door motor • A/C auto amp. • Harness and connector (CAN communication line is open or shorted) (Mode door motor is open or shorted) • Intake door motor • A/C auto amp. otherwise self-diagnosis indicates even though the sunload sensor is functioning normally. • Harness and connector (Gas sensor circuit is open. error message is displayed but it is not malfunction. • Harness and connector (CAN communication line is open or shorted) (Intake door motor is open or shorted) • Gas sensor • A/C auto amp. G DATA MONITOR Display item list H Monitor item [Unit] Description [On/Off] [On/Off] [°C] [°C] [°C] [w/m2] [°C] [°C] [°C] [w/m2] [%] Displays A/C switch ON/OFF status transmitted to other units via CAN communication Displays blower switch ON/OFF status transmitted to other units via CAN communication Ambient sensor value converted from ambient sensor signal received from ambient sensor In-vehicle sensor value converted from in-vehicle sensor signal received from in-vehicle sensor Intake sensor value converted from intake sensor signal received from intake sensor Sunload sensor value converted from sunload sensor signal received from sunload sensor Ambient sensor value calculated by A/C auto amp. Duty ratio of blower motor judged by A/C auto amp. Refer to the following table for the conditions of each mode. When performing indoors. In-vehicle sensor value calculated by A/C auto amp. Target discharge air temperature judged by A/C auto amp. The operation check of A/C system can be performed by selecting the mode.. • When choosing to turn “ALL SEG” on. or there is a short in the circuit) A B B2655 B/L2 DOOR FAIL C B2656 BTC FRE DOOR FAIL When the malfunctioning intake door position is detected D E B2657 B2658 GAS SENSOR CIRCUIT (SHORT) GAS SENSOR CIRCUIT (OPEN) Gas sensor duty 0% Gas sensor duty 100% F *: Perform self-diagnosis under sunshine. Intake sensor value calculated by A/C auto amp. aim a light (more than 60 W) at sunload sensor. according to the temperature setting and the value from each sensor [°C] [Mph (km/h)] Water temperature signal value received from ECM via CAN communication COMP REQ SIG FAN REQ SIG AMB TEMP SEN IN-VEH TEMP INT TEMP SEN SUNLOAD SEN AMB SEN CAL IN-VEH CAL INT TEMP CAL SUNL SEN CAL FAN DUTY XM ENG COOL TEMP VEHICLE SPEED HAC J K L M N O Vehicle speed signal value received from meter via CAN communication ACTIVE TEST Test item ALL SEG Description NOTE: • Item can be displayed but cannot be tested.

the REC switch will be ON (recirculation) when turning the ignition switch to the ON position again. Reference HAC-114.DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM (HVAC) < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > HVAC TEST Test item MODE 1 Mode door position Intake door position Air mix door position (driver & passenger side) Blower motor duty ratio Compressor (Magnet clutch) Ionizer Ion mode VENT REC FULL COLD 37% ON ON ION MODE 2 B/L1 REC FULL COLD 91% ON ON ION MODE 3 B/L2 20% FRE FULL HOT 65% OFF ON CLEAN MODE 4 AUTO FOOT FRE FULL HOT 65% OFF ON CLEAN MODE 5 D/F FRE FULL HOT 65% ON ON ION MODE 6 DEF FRE FULL HOT 91% ON OFF MODE 7 - [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] NOTE: • Perform the inspection of each output device after starting the engine because the compressor is operated. “Perform the memory” or “Do not perform the memory” of the REC switch ON (recirculation) condition can be selected. • If “Do not perform the memory” was set. error message is displayed but it is not malfunction. "WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Inlet Port Memory Function (REC)" HAC-162 . • If “Do not perform the memory” was set. • When choosing to “MODE 7”. the air inlets will be controlled automatically when turning the ignition switch to the ON position again. "WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Foot Position Setting Trimmer" TEMP SET CORRECT BLOW SET In the FOOT mode. the FRE switch will be ON (fresh air intake) when turning the ignition switch to the ON position again. “Perform the memory” or “Do not perform the memory” of the FRE switch ON (fresh air intake) condition can be selected. • If “Perform the memory” was set. • If “Perform the memory” was set. FRE MEMORY SET • If the ignition switch is turned to the OFF position while the FRE switch is set to ON (fresh air intake). • If the ignition switch is turned to the OFF position while the REC switch is set to ON (recirculation). the air blowing to the DEF can change ON/ OFF. the auto amplifier control temperature can be adjusted to compensate for the temperature setting. the air inlets will be controlled automatically when turning the ignition switch to the ON position again. "WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Temperature Setting Trimmer" HAC-114. WORK SUPPORT Work item Description If the temperature felt by the customer is different than the air flow temperature controlled by the temperature setting. HAC-115. "WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Inlet Port Memory Function (FRE)" REC MEMORY SET HAC-115.

DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM (HVAC) < FUNCTION DIAGNOSIS > Work item Description [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] Reference HAC-116. In addition. which activates the automatic re-circulation control system. it can be set that the A/C switch is not turned ON in synchronization with the clean switch. when the clean switch is ON. "WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Clean Switch Interlocking Movement Change Function (With Intelligent Air Conditioner System)" A GAS SENSOR SENSITIVITY ADJUSTMENT FUNCTION Gas sensor sensitivity can be changed when smell of exhaust gas introduced in the automatic re-circulation control differs from customer’s sensible smell. "WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Gas Sensor Sensitivity Adjustment Function (With Intelligent Air Conditioner System)" HAC-116. can be set to become available when the A/C switch is OFF. E F G H HAC J K L M N O P HAC-163 . B C CLEAN SWITCH INTERLOCKING MOVEMENT CHANGE FUNCTION Operation of the clean switch. the setting of WORK SUPPORT may be cancelled. D NOTE: When the battery cable is disconnected from the negative terminal or when the battery voltage becomes 10 V or less.

NO >> Perform the intermittent malfunction diagnosis. Many electronic control units are equipped onto a vehicle.CHECK WITH SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION OF CONSULT-III 1. "Trouble Diagnosis Flow Chart".. HAC-164 . In CAN communication. CAN Communication Signal Chart.. Each control unit transmits/receives data but selectively reads required data only. Refer to LAN-13. DTC Logic DTC DETECTION LOGIC DTC Items (CONSULT-III screen terms) CAN COMM CIRCUIT Diagnostic item is detected when. "How to Use CAN Communication Signal Chart". "Intermittent Incident". control units are connected with two communication lines (CAN-H line. INFOID:0000000003884735 Possible cause U1000 CAN communication system Diagnosis Procedure INFOID:0000000003884736 1.U1000 CAN COMM CIRCUIT < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS U1000 CAN COMM CIRCUIT Description INFOID:0000000003884734 CAN (Controller Area Network) is a serial communication line for real time application. and each control unit shares information and links with other control units during operation (not independent). CAN-L line) allowing a high rate of information transmission with less wiring. It is an on-vehicle multiplex communication line with high data communication speed and excellent error detection ability. Using CONSULT-III. Is “CAN COMM CIRCUIT” displayed? YES >> Perform trouble diagnosis for the CAN communication system. Refer to LAN-14. 2. is not transmitting or receiving CAN communication signal for 2 or more seconds. When A/C auto amp. Turn ignition switch ON and wait for 2 or more seconds. Refer to GI-35. perform “SELF-DIAGNOSIS RESULTS” of HVAC.

C Possible cause A/C auto amp. B INFOID:0000000003884738 DTC Logic DTC DETECTION LOGIC DTC U1010 Items (CONSULT-III screen terms) CONTROL UNIT (CAN) Diagnostic item is detected when. Is DTC “U1010” displayed? YES >> Replace A/C auto amp. D E Diagnosis Procedure INFOID:0000000003884739 1.. perform “SELF-DIAGNOSIS RESULTS” of HVAC.U1010 CONTROL UNIT (CAN) < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A INFOID:0000000003884737 U1010 CONTROL UNIT (CAN) Description Initial diagnosis of A/C auto amp.CHECK WITH SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION OF CONSULT-III Using CONSULT-III. When detecting error during the initial diagnosis of CAN controller of A/C auto amp. NO >> INSPECTION END F G H HAC J K L M N O P HAC-165 ..

to recognize an ambient temperature increase of 0. registers extreme cold [−44°C (−47°F)] and adjusts the temperature control warmer. DTC B257B B257C Items (CONSULT-III screen terms) AMB TEMP SEN (SHORT) AMB TEMP SEN (OPEN) Diagnostic item is detected when. INFOID:0000000003884740 JPIIA0898ZZ Ambient Sensor Circuit JPIIA0612GB AMBIENT TEMPERATURE INPUT PROCESS The A/C auto amp. or there is a short in the circuit) DTC CONFIRMATION PROCEDURE 1. B257C AMBIENT SENSOR Description COMPONENT DESCRIPTION Ambient Sensor • The ambient sensor (1) is installed behind left side of front bumper. consider stopping for a few minutes after high speed driving. It only allows the A/C auto amp. first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010. "DTC Logic" or HAC-165. DTC Logic DTC DETECTION LOGIC INFOID:0000000003884741 NOTE: • If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010. the location of the ambient sensor. Refer to HAC164.6°F) per 100 seconds. This is because the heat from the engine compartment can radiate to the front bumper area.B257B.CHECK WITH SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION OF CONSULT-III HAC-166 . However.. "DTC Logic". A/C auto amp. B257C AMBIENT SENSOR < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] B257B. • If there is an open circuit in the ambient sensor. • It detects ambient temperature and converts it into a resistance value which is then input into the A/C auto amp. the temperature detected by the ambient sensor increases. function. Although the actual ambient temperature has not changed. • Harness and connector (Ambient sensor circuit is open. the processing circuit retards the A/C auto amp.. As an example. equips a processing circuit for the ambient sensor input. Detected temperature at ambient sensor −44°C (−47°F) or less Detected temperature at ambient sensor 100°C (212°F) or more Possible cause • Ambient sensor • A/C auto amp. when the temperature detected by the ambient sensor increases quickly.33°C (0.

1. 1. 2. "DTC Logic" or HAC-165. A/C auto amp.CHECK CIRCUIT CONTINUITY BETWEEN AMBIENT SENSOR AND A/C AUTO AMP. Using CONSULT-III. NO >> Repair harness or connector. "Component Inspection".CHECK VOLTAGE BETWEEN AMBIENT SENSOR AND GROUND 1. B257C AMBIENT SENSOR [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > 1. NO >> Replace ambient sensor. HAC-167 . "Diagnosis Procedure". "DTC Logic". (+) Ambient sensor Connector E337 Terminal 1 (−) — Ground Voltage E F G Approx. H 2. registers extreme cold [−44°C (−47°F)] and adjusts the temperature control warmer. Is DTC “B257B” or “B257C” displayed? YES >> Perform trouble diagnosis for the ambient sensor. Check continuity between ambient sensor harness connector and ground. 5 V Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 2. Disconnect A/C auto amp. Connector M50 Terminal 35 O P Continuity Existed 4. perform “SELF-DIAGNOSIS RESULTS” of HVAC. NO >> GO TO 4. Disconnect ambient sensor connector. Refer to HAC-168. 3. M N 4. Ambient sensor Connector E337 Terminal 1 A/C auto amp. • If there is an open circuit in the ambient sensor. Disconnect A/C auto amp.CHECK CIRCUIT CONTINUITY BETWEEN AMBIENT SENSOR AND A/C AUTO AMP. 2. Check continuity between ambient sensor harness connector and A/C auto amp.B257B. 2. 3. Check voltage between ambient sensor harness connector and ground. Check if any DTC is displayed in the self-diagnosis results. Ambient sensor Connector E337 Terminal 2 A/C auto amp.CHECK AMBIENT SENSOR Check ambient sensor. Turn ignition switch OFF. 2. harness connector. Refer to HAC-167. Refer to HAC164. connector. Check continuity between ambient sensor harness connector and A/C auto amp. L 3. harness connector. Turn ignition switch ON. NO >> INSPECTION END A B C Diagnosis Procedure INFOID:0000000003884742 D 1. 3. connector. Connector M50 Terminal 37 HAC J Continuity Existed K Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 3. Turn ignition switch OFF. first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010. NOTE: • If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Replace A/C auto amp.

81 1.19 1. Component Inspection INFOID:0000000003884743 1.73 9. HAC-168 .B257B.19 4.CHECK AMBIENT SENSOR 1.92 7. 2. Condition Temperature °C (°F) −15 (5) −10 (14) −5 (23) 0 (32) 5 (41) 10 (50) 1 2 15 (59) 20 (68) 25 (77) 30 (86) 35 (95) 40 (104) 45 (113) Resistance kΩ 12.99 3. Refer to VTL-81. Check resistance between ambient sensor terminals. Turn ignition switch OFF.27 1. NO >> Replace ambient sensor. "Exploded View". Disconnect ambient sensor connector.80 6.65 2.07 Terminal Is the inspection result normal? YES >> END. 3. B257C AMBIENT SENSOR < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > Ambient sensor Connector E337 Terminal 1 [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] — Ground Continuity Not existed Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Replace A/C auto amp.24 2.51 1.95 3. NO >> Repair harness or connector.

It is then input into the A/C auto amp. It produces vacuum pressure due to air discharged from the heater & cooling unit assembly. B2579 IN-VEHICLE SENSOR Description In-vehicle Sensor • The in-vehicle sensor (1) is located on instrument driver lower panel. B C D E JPIIA1019ZZ In-vehicle Sensor Circuit F G H JPIIA0613GB HAC Aspirator The aspirator (1) is located on driver side of heater & cooling unit assembly. : Vehicle front J K L JPIIA0890ZZ M N O P RJIA1804E DTC Logic DTC DETECTION LOGIC NOTE: INFOID:0000000003884745 HAC-169 . • It converts variations in compartment air temperature drawn from the aspirator into a resistance value. continuously taking compartment air in the aspirator.B2578. B2579 IN-VEHICLE SENSOR < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A INFOID:0000000003884744 B2578.

NO >> GO TO 4. Detected temperature at in-vehicle sensor −44°C (−47°F) or less Detected temperature at in-vehicle sensor 100°C (212°F) or more Possible cause • In-vehicle sensor • A/C auto amp. 5 V Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 2. Disconnect in-vehicle sensor connector.. Connector M50 Terminal 37 Continuity Existed Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 3. Using CONSULT-III.. first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010. or there is a short in the circuit) DTC CONFIRMATION PROCEDURE 1. "DTC Logic" or HAC-165. 1. Refer to HAC164. 3. Is DTC “B2578” or “B2579” displayed? YES >> Perform trouble diagnosis for the in-vehicle sensor.CHECK WITH SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION OF CONSULT-III 1. "DTC Logic". 3. perform “SELF-DIAGNOSIS RESULTS” of HVAC. Turn ignition switch OFF. 2. B2579 IN-VEHICLE SENSOR [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010. connector. 3. 2. NO >> INSPECTION END Diagnosis Procedure INFOID:0000000003884746 1. 2. "Component Inspection".CHECK CIRCUIT CONTINUITY BETWEEN IN-VEHICLE SENSOR AND A/C AUTO AMP. "DTC Logic" or HAC-165. "DTC Logic". NO >> Repair harness or connector. Check continuity between in-vehicle sensor harness connector and A/C auto amp. • Harness and connector (In-vehicle sensor circuit is open. In-vehicle sensor Connector M41 Terminal 2 A/C auto amp. first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010. Refer to HAC164.CHECK VOLTAGE BETWEEN IN-VEHICLE SENSOR AND GROUND 1. 2. Refer to HAC-171. Turn ignition switch ON. NOTE: If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010.B2578. harness connector. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Replace A/C auto amp. (+) In-vehicle sensor Connector M41 Terminal 1 (−) — Ground Voltage Approx. Check voltage between in-vehicle sensor harness connector and ground. Refer to HAC-170. Disconnect A/C auto amp. NO >> Replace in-vehicle sensor. HAC-170 . Check if any DTC is displayed in the self-diagnosis results. DTC B2578 B2579 Items (CONSULT-III screen terms) IN CAR SENSOR (OUT OF RANGE [LOW]) IN CAR SENSOR (OUT OF RANGE [HI]) Diagnostic item is detected when. "Diagnosis Procedure".CHECK IN-VEHICLE SENSOR Check in-vehicle sensor.

2.95 3. NO >> Replace in-vehicle sensor. Disconnect A/C auto amp. Refer to VTL-83. B2579 IN-VEHICLE SENSOR < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A 4. Disconnect in-vehicle sensor connector.19 1.80 6. Condition Temperature °C (°F) −15 (5) −10 (14) −5 (23) 0 (32) 5 (41) 10 (50) 1 2 15 (59) 20 (68) 25 (77) 30 (86) 35 (95) 40 (104) 45 (113) Resistance kΩ 12. Connector M50 Terminal 36 B Continuity C Existed 4.27 1.51 1. In-vehicle sensor Connector M41 Terminal 1 A/C auto amp. Check continuity between in-vehicle sensor harness connector and A/C auto amp. 1.73 9. Turn ignition switch OFF. D In-vehicle sensor Connector M41 Terminal 1 — Ground Continuity E Not existed Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Replace A/C auto amp. Turn ignition switch OFF. O P HAC-171 . NO >> Repair harness or connector.B2578.CHECK CIRCUIT CONTINUITY BETWEEN IN-VEHICLE SENSOR AND A/C AUTO AMP. F Component Inspection INFOID:0000000003884747 G 1. 3. harness connector. 3.65 2.24 2.92 7.99 3. 2. Check resistance between in-vehicle sensor terminals. "Exploded View". connector.81 1.CHECK IN-VEHICLE SENSOR 1.19 4. Check continuity between in-vehicle sensor harness connector and ground.07 H HAC Terminal J K L M N Is the inspection result normal? YES >> END.

"DTC Logic" or HAC-165. Refer to HAC164. DTC B2581 B2582 Items (CONSULT-III screen terms) EVAP TEMP SEN (SHORT) EVAP TEMP SEN (OPEN) Diagnostic item is detected when. Check if any DTC is displayed in the self-diagnosis results. • Harness and connector (Intake sensor circuit is open. Detected temperature at intake sensor −33°C (−27°F) or less Detected temperature at intake sensor 69°C (156°F) or more Possible cause • Intake sensor • A/C auto amp. "DTC Logic".. Is DTC “B2581” or “B2582” displayed? YES >> Perform trouble diagnosis for the intake sensor. • It converts air temperature after it passes through the evaporator into a resistance value which is then input to the A/C auto amp. Refer to HAC-172. perform “SELF-DIAGNOSIS RESULTS” of HVAC. NO >> INSPECTION END Diagnosis Procedure INFOID:0000000003884750 1. INFOID:0000000003884748 JPIIA0907ZZ Intake Sensor Circuit JPIIA0614GB DTC Logic DTC DETECTION LOGIC INFOID:0000000003884749 NOTE: If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010. first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010. 2. B2582 INTAKE SENSOR Description Intake Sensor • The intake sensor (2) is located on the evaporator (1).CHECK WITH SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION OF CONSULT-III 1.B2581. "DTC Logic" or HAC-165. NOTE: If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010.. or there is a short in the circuit) DTC CONFIRMATION PROCEDURE 1. "DTC Logic". Using CONSULT-III.CHECK VOLTAGE BETWEEN INTAKE SENSOR AND GROUND HAC-172 . "Diagnosis Procedure". B2582 INTAKE SENSOR < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] B2581. Refer to HAC164. first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010.

3. Turn ignition switch OFF. 2. (+) Intake sensor Connector M42 Terminal 2 (−) — Ground Voltage [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A B Approx. 3. Disconnect A/C auto amp. 3. Disconnect intake sensor connector. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Replace A/C auto amp. Connector M50 Terminal 16 K L Continuity Existed M 4. P INFOID:0000000003884751 Component Inspection 1. Check continuity between intake sensor harness connector and ground. Check continuity between intake sensor harness connector and A/C auto amp.CHECK CIRCUIT CONTINUITY BETWEEN INTAKE SENSOR AND A/C AUTO AMP. 1. 2. Check continuity between intake sensor harness connector and A/C auto amp. Intake sensor Connector M42 Terminal 2 A/C auto amp. 2. Turn ignition switch OFF. Turn ignition switch OFF. connector. connector. Check resistance between intake sensor terminals. harness connector. NO >> Repair harness or connector. Refer to HAC-173. harness connector. 1. 3. Connector M50 Terminal 37 E F Continuity Existed G Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 3. Disconnect intake sensor connector. Turn ignition switch ON. NO >> Replace intake sensor. D 2. 2.B2581. H 3. HAC J 4. 5 V C Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 2. Intake sensor Connector M42 Terminal 1 A/C auto amp. NO >> GO TO 4.CHECK INTAKE SENSOR 1. HAC-173 . "Component Inspection". Disconnect A/C auto amp. Intake sensor Connector M42 Terminal 2 N — Ground Continuity Not existed O Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Replace A/C auto amp. NO >> Repair harness or connector.CHECK CIRCUIT CONTINUITY BETWEEN INTAKE SENSOR AND A/C AUTO AMP. Check voltage between intake sensor harness connector and ground.CHECK INTAKE SENSOR Check intake sensor. B2582 INTAKE SENSOR < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > 1.

93 3.00 6. HAC-174 .14 2.73 13. NO >> Replace intake sensor.69 1.46 10.92 3.39 1.26 4.54 2.06 1.15 [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] Terminal Is the inspection result normal? YES >> END.B2581. B2582 INTAKE SENSOR < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > Condition Temperature °C (°F) −15 (5) −10 (14) −5 (23) 0 (32) 5 (41) 10 (50) 1 2 15 (59) 20 (68) 25 (77) 30 (86) 35 (95) 40 (104) 45 (113) Resistance kΩ 17.33 8.

B262B. It detects smell of exhaust gas and converts it into a duty ratio which is then input into the A/C auto amp. B2658 GAS SENSOR < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A INFOID:0000000003884752 B262A.B262A. B2658 GAS SENSOR WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Description COMPONENT DESCRIPTION Gas Sensor The gas sensor (1) is attached on the bumper upper retainer. The values are converted to signals with the gas sensor internal circuit. B C D E F JPIIA0900ZZ Gas Sensor Circuit G H HAC JPIIA1009GB J SMELL OF EXHAUST GAS INPUT PROCESS Gas sensor detects ambient atmospheric CO and NO2. B2657. Output signals prevent a smell of exhaust gas from getting into vehicle by performing corrections according to various driving conditions. B2657. It sends output signals to auto amp. in response to a resistance value conversion by gas sensor elements. then auto amp. K L M N O P PJIA0049E WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : DTC Logic DTC DETECTION LOGIC INFOID:0000000003884753 HAC-175 . and converts them to values of resistance. Gas sensor has a construction that detects CO and NO2 by gas sensor element from the air intake of the case through a filter (waterproof sheet). inputs the signals. B262B.

Connector and Terminal Arrangement". Adjust the gas sensor sensitivity and clean switch interlocking change. Turn ignition switch OFF. first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010. DTC B262A B262B B2657 B2658 Items (CONSULT-III screen terms) GAS SENSOR (SHORT) GAS SENSOR (OPEN) GAS SENSOR CIRCUIT (SHORT) GAS SEN CIRCUIT (OPEN) Diagnostic item is detected when. "WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Gas Sensor Sensitivity Adjustment Function (With Intelligent Air Conditioner System)" and HAC-116. Check voltage between gas sensor harness connector and ground. 3.CHECK POWER SUPPLY FOR GAS SENSOR 1. first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010.. "DTC Logic". perform “SELF-DIAGNOSIS RESULTS” of HVAC. B262B.ADJUST GAS SENSOR SENSITIVITY AND CLEAN SWITCH INTERLOCKING CHANGE 1.CHECK WITH SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION OF CONSULT-III 1. Refer to HAC164. HAC-176 . "DTC Logic" or HAC-165. Gas sensor duty 10% or less Gas sensor duty 90% or more Gas sensor duty 0% Gas sensor duty 100% Possible cause • Gas sensor • A/C auto amp. Battery voltage Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 3. 4.. check harness for short circuit and replace fuse. 3. B2657. "DTC Logic". check harness for open circuit. NO >> INSPECTION END WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Diagnosis Procedure INFOID:0000000003884754 1.CHECK GROUND CIRCUIT FOR GAS SENSOR 1. “B262B”. 2. NOTE: If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010. Turn ignition switch ON. Refer to PG-101. 2. Is DTC “B262A”. NO >> Check power supply circuit and 10A fuse (No. • Harness and connector (Gas sensor circuit is open. Check continuity between gas sensor harness connector and ground. 2. Refer to HAC164.B262A. Using CONSULT-III. 2. Repair or replace if necessary. "WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Clean Switch Interlocking Movement Change Function (With Intelligent Air Conditioner System)". Turn ignition switch ON. located in the fuse block). 3. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> INSPECTION END NO >> GO TO 2. (+) Gas sensor Connector E351 Terminal 1 (−) — Ground Voltage 2. or there is a short in the circuit) DTC CONFIRMATION PROCEDURE 1. "DTC Logic" or HAC-165. B2658 GAS SENSOR [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > NOTE: If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010. “B2657” or “B2658” displayed? YES >> Perform trouble diagnosis for the gas sensor. Refer to HAC-116. • If fuse is NG. Turn ignition switch OFF. Refer to HAC-176. • If fuse is OK. Disconnect gas sensor connector. Check if any DTC is displayed in the self-diagnosis results. "WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Diagnosis Procedure". "Fuse.

4. HAC J K L M N O P HAC-177 . connector using an oscilloscope. Connector Terminal (−) — Voltage C D E F G M50 14 Ground H ZJIA1163J NOTE: The signal is different by measurement environment of a vehicle.CHECK GAS SENSOR SIGNAL 1. Check signal between A/C auto amp. NO >> Repair harness or connector. Turn ignition switch ON. 2. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Replace A/C auto amp. B2657. B262B. B2658 GAS SENSOR < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > Gas sensor Connector E351 Terminal 2 [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A — Ground Continuity Existed B Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 4. NO >> Replace gas sensor. (+) A/C auto amp. 3.B262A. Reconnect gas sensor connector.

consider driving along a road bordered by an occasional group of large trees. The sunload detected by the sunload sensor varies whenever the trees obstruct the sunlight. or there is a short in the circuit) B2630 B2631 SUNLOAD SEN (OPEN) HAC-178 . Refer to HAC164. so that the (insignificant) effect of the trees momentarily obstructing the sunlight does not cause any change in the air temperature control system operation.7 W/m2 (30 kcal/m2·h) or less Detected calorie at sunload sensor 2832 W/m2 (1304 kcal/m2·h) or more Possible cause • Sunload sensor • A/C auto amp.B2630. "DTC Logic". • Harness and connector (Sunload sensor circuit is open. and the system reacts accordingly. B2631 SUNLOAD SENSOR < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] B2630.. INFOID:0000000003884756 JPIIA0904ZZ Sunload Sensor Circuit JPIIA0615GB SUNLOAD INPUT PROCESS The A/C auto amp. Detected calorie at sunload sensor 64. • Sunload sensor may register a malfunction when indoors.. When performing the diagnosis indoors. For example. light the sunload sensor with a lamp (60 W or more). • It detects sunload entering through windshield by means of a photo diode. This prevents drastic swings in the air temperature control system operation due to small or quick variations in detected sunload. shortly after entering a long tunnel. DTC Logic DTC DETECTION LOGIC INFOID:0000000003884757 NOTE: • If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010. "DTC Logic" or HAC-165. The sensor converts the sunload into a current value which is then input into the A/C auto amp. B2631 SUNLOAD SENSOR Description COMPONENT DESCRIPTION Sunload Sensor • The sunload sensor (1) is located on the driver’s side speaker grille. On the other hand. at dusk. The processing circuit averages the detected sunload over a period of time. first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010. or at other times when light is insufficient. the system recognizes the change in sunload. also equips a processing circuit which averages the variations in detected sunload over a period of time. Items (CONSULT-III screen terms) SUNLOAD SEN (SHORT) DTC Diagnostic item is detected when.

NOTE: • If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010. When performing the diagnosis indoors. 2. NO >> Repair harness or connector. "DTC Logic" or HAC-165. 3. at dusk. Refer to HAC164. harness connector. HAC 2. Check if any DTC is displayed in the self-diagnosis results. connector.CHECK SUNLOAD SENSOR 1. connector. 5 V Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 2. light the sunload sensor with a lamp (60 W or more). Reconnect sunload sensor connector and A/C auto amp. M 3. Sunload sensor Connector M74 Terminal 2 A/C auto amp. perform “SELF-DIAGNOSIS RESULTS” of HVAC. Turn ignition switch OFF. Disconnect A/C auto amp. connector. Check continuity between sunload sensor harness connector and A/C auto amp. Disconnect A/C auto amp. "Component Inspection". 2. NO >> GO TO 4.CHECK CIRCUIT CONTINUITY BETWEEN SUNLOAD SENSOR AND A/C AUTO AMP. Connector M50 Terminal 37 J K Continuity Existed L Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 3. P HAC-179 . Turn ignition switch ON. Refer to HAC-179. (+) Sunload sensor Connector M74 Terminal 1 (−) — Ground Voltage F G H Approx. • Sunload sensor may register a malfunction when indoors. NO >> INSPECTION END B C D Diagnosis Procedure INFOID:0000000003884758 E 1. Disconnect sunload sensor connector.CHECK WITH SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION OF CONSULT-III 1. 1.B2630. first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010. 1. 3. "DTC Logic". 2. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Replace A/C auto amp. or at other times when light is insufficient. Turn ignition switch OFF. Is DTC “B2630” or “B2631” displayed? YES >> Perform trouble diagnosis for the sunload sensor. 2. 2. Check sunload sensor. Refer to HAC-180. Check continuity between sunload sensor harness connector and A/C auto amp. "Diagnosis Procedure". harness connector. 3. B2631 SUNLOAD SENSOR < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > DTC CONFIRMATION PROCEDURE [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A 1. NO >> Replace sunload sensor.CHECK CIRCUIT CONTINUITY BETWEEN SUNLOAD SENSOR AND A/C AUTO AMP. N O 4. Check voltage between sunload sensor harness connector and ground. Using CONSULT-III.CHECK VOLTAGE BETWEEN SUNLOAD SENSOR AND GROUND 1.

Connector M50 Terminal 15 [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] Continuity Existed 4.CHECK SUNLOAD SENSOR 1. (+) A/C auto amp. Sunload sensor Connector M74 Terminal 1 — Ground Continuity Not existed Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Replace A/C auto amp. NO >> Replace sunload sensor. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> END. NO >> Repair harness or connector. B2631 SUNLOAD SENSOR < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > Sunload sensor Connector M74 Terminal 1 A/C auto amp. 2. Connector M50 Terminal 15 (−) — Ground SHA930E NOTE: Select a place where sunshine directly on it when checking sunload sensor. Check continuity between sunload sensor harness connector and ground. Turn ignition switch ON. harness connector and ground. Check voltage between A/C auto amp.B2630. HAC-180 . Component Inspection INFOID:0000000003884759 1.

Air mix door PBR (driver side) position 5% or less Air mix door PBR (driver side) position 95% or more Possible cause H HAC • Air mix door motor (driver side) • A/C auto amp. : Vehicle front B C • It rotates so that the air mix door is opened or closed to a position set by the A/C auto amp. "DTC Logic". Check for warm air at discharge air outlets. and repair or replace the malfunctioning parts. Press temperature control “DOWN” switch (driver side) until 18°C (60°F) is displayed. NO >> Check air mix door motor (driver side) installation. DTC B2632 Items (CONSULT-III screen terms) DR AIRMIX ACTR (SHORT) Diagnostic item is detected when. L M N 2. Press temperature control “UP” switch (driver side) until 32°C (90°F) is displayed. first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010. Refer to HAC-182. NO >> GO TO 2. B2633 AIR MIX DOOR MOTOR (DRIVER SIDE) < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A INFOID:0000000003884760 B2632. "Diagnosis Procedure". Is DTC “B2632” or “B2633” displayed? YES >> Perform trouble diagnosis for the air mix door motor (driver side). Operate the compressor.FUNCTION INSPECTION 1. 2. Check if any DTC is displayed in the self-diagnosis results. Refer to HAC164. perform “SELF-DIAGNOSIS RESULTS” of HVAC.. O P HAC-181 . first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010. • Harness and connector (CAN communication line is open or shorted) (Air mix door motor is open or shorted) J B2633 DR AIRMIX ACTR (OPEN) K DTC CONFIRMATION PROCEDURE 1. 3. "DTC Logic" or HAC-165. by PBR built-in air mix door motor.B2632.. "DTC Logic" or HAC-165. "DTC Logic". 2. Check for cool air at air discharge outlets. 5. Does it operate normally? YES >> END. NOTE: If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010. Using CONSULT-III. B2633 AIR MIX DOOR MOTOR (DRIVER SIDE) Description COMPONENT DESCRIPTION Air Mix Door Motor (Driver Side) • The air mix door motor (driver side) (1) are attached to the heater & cooling unit assembly. JPIIA0891ZZ D E DTC Logic DTC DETECTION LOGIC F INFOID:0000000003884761 G NOTE: If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010.CHECK WITH SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION OF CONSULT-III 1. 4. Refer to HAC164. • Motor rotation is then conveyed through a shaft and the air mix door position feedback is then sent to the A/C auto amp.

Check continuity between air mix door motor (driver side) harness connector and ground. Air mix door motor (driver side) Connector M306 Terminal 2 — Ground Continuity Existed Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Replace air mix door motor (driver side).CHECK SIGNAL FOR AIR MIX DOOR MOTOR (DRIVER SIDE) Check the output waveform (LAN signal) between air mix door motor (driver side) harness connector and ground using an oscilloscope.CHECK POWER SUPPLY FOR AIR MIX DOOR MOTOR (DRIVER SIDE) Check voltage between air mix door motor (driver side) harness connector and ground.B2632. (+) Air mix door motor (driver side) Connector M306 Terminal 1 (−) — Ground Voltage Battery voltage Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 2. NO >> Repair the harnesses or connectors. 3. Turn ignition switch OFF. 3. HAC-182 . (+) Air mix door motor (driver side) Connector Terminal (−) — Voltage M306 3 Ground SJIA1453J Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 3. NO >> Repair harness or connector. B2633 AIR MIX DOOR MOTOR (DRIVER SIDE) < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] INFOID:0000000003884762 Diagnosis Procedure 1.CHECK AIR MIX DOOR MOTOR (DRIVER SIDE) GROUND CIRCUIT 1. NO >> Repair the harnesses or connectors. 2. 2. Disconnect air mix door motor (driver side) connector.

• Motor rotation is then conveyed through a shaft and the air mix door position feedback is then sent to the A/C auto amp. Is DTC “B2634” or “B2635” displayed? YES >> Perform trouble diagnosis for the air mix door motor (passenger side).FUNCTION INSPECTION 1. "DTC Logic" or HAC-165. Refer to HAC-184. NO >> Check air mix door motor (passenger side) installation. • Harness and connector (CAN communication line is open or shorted) (Air mix door motor is open or shorted) J B2635 PASS AIRMIX ACTR (OPEN) Air mix door PBR (passenger side) position 95% or more K DTC CONFIRMATION PROCEDURE 1. Check for warm air at discharge air outlets. Refer to HAC164. 2. B2635 AIR MIX DOOR MOTOR (PASSENGER SIDE) < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A INFOID:0000000003884763 B2634. 3.. L M N 2. "DTC Logic" or HAC-165. "Diagnosis Procedure". first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010. JPIIA0892ZZ D E DTC Logic DTC DETECTION LOGIC F INFOID:0000000003884764 G NOTE: If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010. DTC B2634 Items (CONSULT-III screen terms) PASS AIRMIX ACTR (SHORT) Diagnostic item is detected when.CHECK WITH SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION OF CONSULT-III 1. "DTC Logic". Press temperature control “UP” switch (passenger side) until 32°C (90°F) is displayed. Air mix door PBR (passenger side) position 5% or less Possible cause H HAC • Air mix door motor (passenger side) • A/C auto amp. 5. Operate the compressor. NO >> GO TO 2.. Using CONSULT-III. 4. "DTC Logic". Does it operate normally? YES >> END. by PBR built-in air mix door motor. first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010. NOTE: If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010. : Vehicle front B C • It rotates so that the air mix door is opened or closed to a position set by the A/C auto amp. Press temperature control “DOWN” switch (passenger side) until 18°C (60°F) is displayed.B2634. Check if any DTC is displayed in the self-diagnosis results. Check for cool air at air discharge outlets. B2635 AIR MIX DOOR MOTOR (PASSENGER SIDE) Description COMPONENT DESCRIPTION Air Mix Door Motor (Passenger Side) • The air mix door motor (passenger side) (1) are attached to the heater & cooling unit assembly. perform “SELF-DIAGNOSIS RESULTS” of HVAC. O P HAC-183 . and repair or replace the malfunctioning parts. Refer to HAC164. 2.

Turn ignition switch OFF. 2. (+) Air mix door motor (passenger side) Connector M307 Terminal 1 (−) — Ground Voltage Battery voltage Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 2.CHECK POWER SUPPLY FOR AIR MIX DOOR MOTOR (PASSENGER SIDE) Check voltage between air mix door motor (passenger side) harness connector and ground. Check continuity between air mix door motor (passenger side) harness connector and ground. HAC-184 .B2634. Air mix door motor (passenger side) Connector M307 Terminal 2 — Ground Continuity Existed Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Replace air mix door motor (passenger side). 3.CHECK AIR MIX DOOR MOTOR (PASSENGER SIDE) GROUND CIRCUIT 1. Disconnect air mix door motor (passenger side) connector.CHECK SIGNAL FOR AIR MIX DOOR MOTOR (PASSENGER SIDE) Check the output waveform (LAN signal) between air mix door motor (passenger side) harness connector and ground using an oscilloscope. NO >> Repair the harnesses or connectors. (+) Air mix door motor (passenger side) Connector Terminal (−) — Voltage M307 3 Ground SJIA1453J Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 3. 2. NO >> Repair harness or connector. NO >> Repair the harnesses or connectors. 3. B2635 AIR MIX DOOR MOTOR (PASSENGER SIDE) < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] INFOID:0000000003884765 Diagnosis Procedure 1.

: Vehicle front INFOID:0000000003884766 B C • It rotates so that air is discharged from the outlet set by the A/C auto amp. Refer to HAC-186. • Harness and connector (CAN communication line is open or shorted) (Mode door motor is open or shorted) Possible cause H HAC J K L DTC CONFIRMATION PROCEDURE M 1. “B2639 ”. “B2638 ”. B2638. “ B2637 ”. Refer to HAC164. "DTC Logic".B2636.. B2638. Motor rotation is conveyed to a link which activates the mode door. "Diagnosis Procedure". Using CONSULT-III. "DTC Logic". B2637. D E JPIIA0893ZZ DTC Logic DTC DETECTION LOGIC F INFOID:0000000003884767 G NOTE: If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010. Refer to HAC-122. Confirm that air discharge comes out according to the air distribution table at below. first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010. N O P 2. B2637. B2655 MODE DOOR MOTOR < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A B2636. Check if any DTC is displayed in the self-diagnosis results. Is DTC “ B2636 ”. B2654. NOTE: If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010. 2. B2639. Each position indicator should change shape. 3. Press MODE switch and DEF switch. Refer to HAC164.. When the malfunctioning door position is detected at VENT position When the malfunctioning door position is detected at B/L position When the malfunctioning door position is detected at FOOT position When the malfunctioning door position is detected at DEF position When the malfunctioning door position is detected at D/F position When the malfunctioning door position is detected at B/L2 position • Mode door motor • A/C auto amp. B2639. "DTC Logic" or HAC-165. “B2654 ” or “B2655 ” displayed? YES >> Perform trouble diagnosis for the mode door motor. "WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : System Description" (WITHOUT INTELLI- HAC-185 . first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010. DTC B2636 B2637 B2638 B2639 B2654 B2655 Items (CONSULT-III screen terms) DR VENT DOOR FAIL DR B/L DOOR FAIL DR D/F1 DOOR FAIL DR DEF DOOR FAIL D/F2 DOOR FAIL B/L2 DOOR FAIL Diagnostic item is detected when. 2.CHECK WITH SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION OF CONSULT-III 1. B2655 MODE DOOR MOTOR Description COMPONENT DESCRIPTION Mode Door Motor • The mode door motor (1) are attached to the heater & cooling unit assembly.FUNCTION INSPECTION 1. B2654. NO >> GO TO 2. perform “SELF-DIAGNOSIS RESULTS” of HVAC.

CHECK SIGNAL FOR MODE DOOR MOTOR Confirm A/C LAN signal between mode door motor harness connector and ground using an oscilloscope.B2636. Does it operate normally? YES >> END. B2638. (+) Mode door motor Connector Terminal (−) — Voltage M310 3 Ground SJIA1453J Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 3. B2655 MODE DOOR MOTOR [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > GENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM) or HAC-133. (+) Mode door motor Connector M310 Terminal 1 (−) — Ground Voltage Battery voltage Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 2. B2637. NO >> Repair harness or connector. NO >> Repair harness or connector. HAC-186 . "WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : System Description" (WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM). JPIIA0877GB NOTE: Confirm that the compressor clutch is engaged (Sound or visual inspection) and intake door position is at FRE when DEF is selected. NO >> Check mode door motor installation. B2639. 2. and repair or replace the malfunctioning parts. Diagnosis Procedure INFOID:0000000003884768 1. B2654.CHECK POWER SUPPLY FOR MODE DOOR MOTOR Check voltage between mode door motor harness connector and ground.

B2639. Check continuity between mode door motor harness connector and ground. B2638. 2. D E F G H HAC J K L M N O P HAC-187 . Mode door motor Connector M310 Terminal 2 B — Ground Continuity C Existed Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Replace mode door motor. Disconnect mode door motor connector. B2655 MODE DOOR MOTOR < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A 3. 3. NO >> Repair harness or connector.B2636.CHECK MODE DOOR MOTOR GROUND CIRCUIT 1. Turn ignition switch OFF. B2637. B2654.

B263D B263E, B263F, B2656 INTAKE DOOR MOTOR
< COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY]

B263D B263E, B263F, B2656 INTAKE DOOR MOTOR
Description
COMPONENT DESCRIPTION
Intake Door Motor • The intake door motor (1) is attached to the blower unit.
: Vehicle front
INFOID:0000000003884769

• It rotates so that air is drawn from inlets set by the A/C auto amp. Motor rotation is conveyed to a lever which activates the intake door.

JPIIA0516ZZ

DTC Logic
DTC DETECTION LOGIC

INFOID:0000000003884770

NOTE: If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010, first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010. Refer to HAC164, "DTC Logic" or HAC-165, "DTC Logic".
DTC B263D B263E B263F B2656 Items (CONSULT-III screen terms) FRE DOOR FAIL 20P FRE DOOR FAIL REC DOOR FAIL BTC FRE DOOR FAIL Diagnostic item is detected when... When the malfunctioning intake door position is detected at FRE position When the malfunctioning intake door position is detected at 20%FRE position When the malfunctioning intake door position is detected at REC position When the malfunctioning intake door position is detected Possible cause

• Intake door motor • A/C auto amp. • Harness and connector (CAN communication line is open or shorted) (Intake door motor is open or shorted)

DTC CONFIRMATION PROCEDURE

1.CHECK WITH SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION OF CONSULT-III
1. Using CONSULT-III, perform “SELF-DIAGNOSIS RESULTS” of HVAC. 2. Check if any DTC is displayed in the self-diagnosis results. NOTE: If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010, first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010. Refer to HAC164, "DTC Logic" or HAC-165, "DTC Logic". Is DTC “B263D”, “B263E”, “B263F” or “B2656” displayed? YES >> Perform trouble diagnosis for the intake door motor. Refer to HAC-189, "Diagnosis Procedure". NO >> • WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : GO TO 2. • WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : GO TO 3.

2.FUNCTION INSPECTION (WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM)
1. Press REC switch. 2. The REC switch indicator is turned ON. (REC position) 3. Listen for intake door position change (Slight change of blower sound can be heard.). 4. Press FRE switch. 5. The FRE switch indicator is turned ON. (FRE position) 6. Listen for intake door position change (Slight change of blower sound can be heard.). Does it operate normally?

HAC-188

B263D B263E, B263F, B2656 INTAKE DOOR MOTOR
[WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > YES >> INSPECTION END NO >> Check intake door motor installation, and repair or replace the malfunctioning parts.

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3.FUNCTION INSPECTION (WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM)
1. Press intake switch. 2. The intake switch indicator is turned ON. (REC position) 3. Listen for intake door position change (Slight change of blower sound can be heard.). 4. Press intake switch again. 5. The intake switch indicator is turned ON. (FRE position) 6. Listen for intake door position change (Slight change of blower sound can be heard.). Does it operate normally? YES >> INSPECTION END NO >> Check intake door motor installation, and repair or replace the malfunctioning parts.
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Diagnosis Procedure

INFOID:0000000003884771

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1.CHECK POWER SUPPLY FOR INTAKE DOOR MOTOR
Check voltage between intake door motor harness connector and ground.
(+) Intake door motor Connector M304 Terminal 1 (−) — Ground Voltage

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Battery voltage

Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 2. NO >> Repair harness or connector.

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2.CHECK SIGNAL FOR INTAKE DOOR MOTOR
Confirm A/C LAN signal between intake door motor harness connector and ground using an oscilloscope.
(+) Intake door motor Connector Terminal (−) — Voltage

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Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 3. NO >> Repair harness or connector.

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3.CHECK INTAKE DOOR MOTOR GROUND CIRCUIT
1. 2. 3. Turn ignition switch OFF. Disconnect intake door motor connector. Check continuity between intake door motor harness connector and ground.
Intake door motor Connector M304 Terminal 2

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Continuity Existed

Is the inspection result normal?

HAC-189

B263D B263E, B263F, B2656 INTAKE DOOR MOTOR
< COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > YES >> Replace intake door motor. NO >> Repair harness or connector. [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY]

HAC-190

POWER SUPPLY AND GROUND CIRCUIT
< COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY]
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INFOID:0000000003941319

POWER SUPPLY AND GROUND CIRCUIT
A/C AUTO AMP.
A/C AUTO AMP. : Diagnosis Procedure

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1.CHECK FUSE
Check 10A fuses [Nos. 3, 6 and 19, located in the fuse block (J/B)]. NOTE: Refer to PG-101, "Fuse, Connector and Terminal Arrangement". Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 2. NO >> Replace the fuse after repairing the applicable circuit.
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2.CHECK A/C AUTO AMP. POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT
1. 2. Disconnect the A/C auto amp. connector. Check voltage between A/C auto amp. harness connector and ground.

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(+) A/C auto amp. Connector Terminal 17 M50 20 40 Ground (−) — Voltage Ignition switch position OFF Approx. 0 V Approx. 0 V Battery voltage ACC Battery voltage Approx. 0 V Battery voltage ON Battery voltage Battery voltage Battery voltage

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Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 3. NO >> Repair the harnesses or connectors.

HAC

3.CHECK A/C AUTO AMP. CIRCUIT CONTINUITY
1. 2. Turn ignition switch OFF. Check continuity between A/C auto amp. harness connector and ground.
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HAC-191

After approximately 30 seconds. Check that the fan speed or outlet changes. and temperature setting. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Replace the A/C auto amp. "WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Fail-Safe" (WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM) or HAC223. "Symptom Table" (BASE AUDIO AND DISPLAY SYSTEM). NO >> GO TO 2.CHECK A/C AUTO AMP. Diagnosis Procedure INFOID:0000000003940729 1. Operate the temperature control dial (driver side). 2.) Does it operate normally? YES >> INSPECTION END NO >> Perform trouble diagnosis for the A/C system. the mode door motor. < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A/C AUTO AMP.A/C AUTO AMP. and then check that “AUTO” is shown on the display. from the A/C control. HAC-192 . AV-372. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 3. Refer to HAC-192. the blower motor and the compressor are then controlled. Is the fail-safe function operated? YES >> GO TO 3. "WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Fail-Safe" (WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM). The air mix door motors. check that the air conditioner is operated by the fail-safe function (the operation display of air conditioner is not performed). "Symptom Table" (BOSE AUDIO WITHOUT NAVIGATION) or AV-640. 1.CHECK OPERATION Press the AUTO switch. Refer to HAC-192.CHECK PRESET SWITCH Check the preset switch. POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT AND GROUND Check A/C auto amp. INFOID:0000000003941321 JPIIA0894ZZ Component Function Check INFOID:0000000003940728 1. "Symptom Table" (BOSE AUDIO WITH NAVIGATION). 2. 1. power supply circuit and ground circuit. the intake door motor. Refer to HAC-211. 3.INSPECTION BY FAIL-SAFE FUNCTION Turn the ignition switch ON. data is input to the A/C auto amp. NO >> Repair or replace parts according to the inspection results. NO >> Repair or replace parts according to the inspection results. (Air Conditioner Automatic Amplifier) The A/C auto amp. "Diagnosis Procedure". "Diagnosis Procedure". in-vehicle temperature. (The discharge air temperature or fan speed varies depending on the ambient temperature. Description COMPONENT DESCRIPTION A/C Auto Amp. When the various switches and temperature control dial are operated. 2. (1) has a built-in microcomputer that processes information sent from various sensors needed for air conditioner operation. Refer to AV-164.

perform “HVAC TEST” “ACTIVE TEST” of HVAC to check each output device. Using CONSULT-III. Warm up the engine. Does it operate normally? YES >> INSPECTION END NO >> Perform trouble diagnosis for the blower motor. Quietness is improved over previous motors where the brush was the point of contact and the coil rotated.CHECK WITH SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION OF CONSULT-III 1. "WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : DTC Index"WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM) or HAC-224.CHECK OPERATION 1. "WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : CONSULT-III Function" (WITH- HAC-193 . 2. "DTC Logic". K L Diagnosis Procedure INFOID:0000000003884774 M 1. N O P 2. "WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : DTC Index" (WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM). Refer to HAC164. NO >> GO TO 2. Refer to HAC-156. Using CONSULT-III. Check that the fan speed and indicator are switched for all fan speeds. 2. first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010. Refer to HAC-193. Operate the fan control dial. NOTE: If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010.BLOWER MOTOR < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A INFOID:0000000003884772 BLOWER MOTOR Description COMPONENT DESCRIPTION Brush-less Motor The blower motor utilizes a brush-less motor with a rotating magnet.CHECK WITH ACTIVE TEST OF CONSULT-III 1. "Diagnosis Procedure". Is any DTC displayed? YES >> Perform the diagnosis that is applicable to the sensor and actuator. B C D E ZHA152H Blower Motor Circuit F G H HAC JSIIA0999ZZ Component Function Check INFOID:0000000003884773 J 1. "DTC Logic" or HAC-165. Check if any DTC is displayed in the self-diagnosis results. Refer to HAC-212. perform “SELF-DIAGNOSIS RESULTS” of HVAC.

5. error message is displayed but it is not malfunction. 2. (+) Blower motor Connector M98 Terminal 1 (−) — Ground Voltage Battery voltage Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 4. NOTE: Perform the ACTIVE TEST after starting the engine because the compressor is operated.CHECK BLOWER MOTOR CIRCUIT CONTINUITY 1. Check that the blower motor control signal changes according to each indicator signal. Turn ignition switch ON. 3. 2. 3. 4. Check voltage between blower motor harness connector and ground. harness connector. Test item MODE 1 Mode door position Intake door position Air mix door position (driver & passenger side) Blower motor duty ratio Compressor (Magnet clutch) VENT REC FULL COLD 37% ON MODE 2 B/L1 REC FULL COLD 91% ON MODE 3 B/L2 20% FRE FULL HOT 65% OFF MODE 4 AUTO FOOT FRE FULL HOT 65% OFF MODE 5 D/F FRE FULL HOT 65% ON MODE 6 DEF FRE FULL HOT 91% ON MODE 7 - NOTE: • Perform the inspection of each output device after starting the engine because the compressor is operated. 2. HAC-194 . Check continuity between blower motor harness connector and A/C auto amp. NO >> GO TO 7. Blower motor Connector M98 Terminal 3 — Ground Continuity Existed Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 5. Turn ignition switch OFF.BLOWER MOTOR [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > OUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM) or HAC-159. • When choosing to “MODE 7”.CHECK POWER SUPPLY FOR BLOWER MOTOR 1. Disconnect blower motor connector. NO >> Repair harness or connector. Disconnect A/C auto amp. Check continuity between blower motor harness connector and ground.CHECK BLOWER MOTOR GROUND CIRCUIT 1. 2. connector. "WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : CONSULT-III Function" (WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM). Does it operate normally? YES >> INSPECTION END NO >> GO TO 3.

"Fuse. 3. 4. "Wiring Diagram . HAC-195 . Reconnect blower motor connector and A/C auto amp. Turn the ignition switch ON. OUTPUT SIGNAL 1. Refer to PG-101. Turn the ignition switch ON. 6. Connector and Terminal Arrangement" for relay terminal assignment. 2. Turn the ignition switch OFF. 4. 2. Check the operating sound of blower relay. Install the blower relay. Set MODE switch to the VENT position. Check the voltage between blower relay fuse block side terminal and ground. while varying the fan speed from 1 to 7.CHECK BLOWER RELAY 1. Refer to PG-101.IGNITION POWER SUPPLY -". connector. 2. "Fuse. (+) Blower relay 1 3 (−) — Ground L M Voltage N Battery voltage O Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 8. Check the output waveform between blower motor harness connector and ground using an oscilloscope. Refer to PG-101.CHECK A/C AUTO AMP. Connector M50 Terminal 32 [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A Continuity Existed B Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 6. 4. Remove the blower relay.CHECK POWER VOLTAGE OF BLOWER RELAY 1. C D E F G H HAC J JPIIA1025GB Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Replace the blower motor. Connector and Terminal Arrangement". K 7. 3. Connector and Terminal Arrangement". Turn the ignition switch OFF. "Fuse. NO >> Repair harness or connector. 3.BLOWER MOTOR < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > Blower motor Connector M98 Terminal 2 A/C auto amp. Refer to PG-55. NO >> Replace the A/C auto amp. Turn ignition switch ON. P 8. NO >> Inspection the power supply circuit.

BLOWER MOTOR < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 9. Refer to VTL-90. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> END. Component Inspection INFOID:0000000003884775 1. NO >> Replace the blower relay. Check that the blower motor rotates smoothly.CHECK FUSE Check 15A fuses (Nos.CHECK BLOWER MOTOR 1. 2. "Exploded View". Connector and Terminal Arrangement" for fuse location. Remove the blower motor. 21 and 22). NO >> Replace the fuse after repairing the applicable circuit. [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] 9. NOTE: Refer to PG-101. NO >> Replace blower motor. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Repair the harnesses or connectors. "Fuse. HAC-196 .

4. Check that the indicator of the A/C switch turns on. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Replace IPDM E/R. Refer to PCS-11.INSPECTION IN AUTO ACTIVE TEST MODE Perform “AUTO ACTIVE TEST”. Does it operate normally? YES >> GO TO 5. Refer to HAC-197. “AUTO” is indicated on the display. Disconnect IPDM E/R connector. Does it operate normally? YES >> GO TO 3.CHECK FUSE Check 10A fuse (No. 2. O 4. "Diagnosis Procedure". Check for operation visually and by sound. Turn the ignition switch OFF. invehicle temperature. 3. 5. IPDM E/R Connector F12 Terminal 48 Compressor Connector F18 Terminal 1 L M Continuity Existed N Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 4. Check continuity between magnet clutch harness connector and IPDM E/R harness connector. 2. NO >> GO TO 2. Disconnect the magnet clutch connector. "Fuse. NO >> Repair harness or connector.CHECK MAGNET CLUTCH 1. Press AUTO switch. by an IPDM E/R signal. Check visually and by sound that the compressor stops. NO >> Replace the fuse after repairing the applicable circuit. and temperature setting).FUNCTION INSPECTION 1. J K 3. B INFOID:0000000003884777 Component Function Check 1.CHECK MAGNET CLUTCH CIRCUIT CONTINUITY 1. 3. P HAC-197 . INFOID:0000000003884778 C D E F Diagnosis Procedure G 1.MAGNET CLUTCH < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A INFOID:0000000003884776 MAGNET CLUTCH Description The magnet clutch drives the compressor. NOTE: Refer to PG-101. 49). Check that the indicator of the A/C switch turns OFF. Check visually and by sound that the compressor is operating (the discharge air temperature or fan speed varies depending on the ambient temperature. Does it operate normally? YES >> INSPECTION END NO >> Perform trouble diagnosis for the compressor. "Diagnosis Description". Turn the ignition switch OFF. H HAC 2. Connector and Terminal Arrangement" for fuse location. 3. 2. NO >> Replace the compressor. Press the A/C switch. Directly apply the battery voltage to the magnet clutch.

"WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : CONSULT-III Function" (WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM) or HAC-159. "Diagnosis Procedure". 6.MAGNET CLUTCH < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] 5. Refer to HAC-156. NOTE: If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010. check “On/Off” of “AIR COND SIG” and “HEATER FAN SW” in “DATA MONITOR” of HVAC. "DTC Logic" or HAC-165. Using CONSULT-III. INPUT SIGNAL Using CONSULT-III. NO >> Replace A/C auto amp. Refer to HAC164. Check if any DTC is displayed in the self-diagnosis results. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> INSPECTION END NO >> Repair or replace malfunctioning parts. A/C SWITCH ON A/C SWITCH OFF FAN CONTROL DIAL ON FAN CONTROL DIAL OFF Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 7.CHECK REFRIGERANT PRESSURE SENSOR Check refrigerant pressure sensor. NO >> GO TO 6. 2.CHECK WITH SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION OF CONSULT-III 1. Refer to HAC-212.CHECK A/C AUTO AMP. "DTC Logic". Refer to EC-348. first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010. perform “SELF-DIAGNOSIS RESULTS” of HVAC. "WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : CONSULT-III Function" (WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM). Is any DTC displayed? YES >> Perform the diagnosis that is applicable to the sensor and actuator. HAC-198 . "WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : DTC Index" (WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM) or HAC-224. "WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : DTC Index" (WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM). : AIR COND SIG On : AIR COND SIG Off : HEATER FAN SW On : HEATER FAN SW Off 7.

2. NO >> Go to Diagnosis Procedure.CHECK POWER SUPPLY FOR IONIZER 1. "Fuse. Check voltage between ionizer harness connector and ground. P HAC-199 . • If fuse is OK. 3.IONIZER < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A INFOID:0000000003884785 IONIZER WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Description Ionizer (1) is attached to the ventilator dust (RH) (2). 2. Connector and Terminal Arrangement". check harness for open circuit. WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Diagnosis Procedure INFOID:0000000003884787 1. Turn ignition switch ON. replace fuse and check for short circuit. Ionizer has two types of operation mode and emits ions into the air • Clean mode: Emits positive and negative ions at the same ratio. Repair or replace if necessary.) Battery voltage K L M N Is inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 2. Turn ignition switch OFF. • If fuse is NG. Press AUTO switch. "WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Diagnosis Procedure". Refer to HAC-199. located in the fuse block). J 1. Refer to PG-101. B C D E JPIIA1160ZZ WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Component Function Check INFOID:0000000003884786 F 1.CHECK ION ON/OFF OUTPUT SIGNAL 1. O 2. Check voltage between ionizer harness connector and ground. Disconnect ionizer connector. Check the ionizer operation sound (whirring sound) in the duct by putting an ear to the center ventilator H grille (RH) outlet. 2. • Ion control mode: Emits more negative ions. NO >> Check 10A fuse (No. 4. Ionizer (+) Connector M151 Terminal 1 (−) Ground Voltage (Approx. 3. Is the inspection result normal? HAC YES >> END. 4. Ion indicator (blue) is shown on the display. 3. Turn fan control dial clockwise. Repair or replace if necessary.CHECK IONIZER OPERATION SOUND G Turn ignition switch ON.

Check continuity between A/C auto amp. 3. NO >> GO TO 6. Check continuity between ionizer harness connector and ground. Ionizer Connector M151 Terminal 3 — Ground Continuity Existed Is inspection result normal? YES >> Replace ionizer. 2.IONIZER < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > Ionizer (+) Connector M151 Terminal 4 (−) Ground Voltage (Approx.) Is inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 5.) 0V [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] Is inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 3. Connector M50 Terminal 28 Connector M151 Ionizer Terminal 2 Continuity Existed HAC-200 .CHECK CIRCUIT CONTINUITY BETWEEN AUTO AMP. 3. connector. Disconnect auto amp. connector. NO >> Repair harnesses or connectors. 5. AND IONIZER 1. NO >> Repair harnesses or connectors. Check continuity between A/C auto amp. Connector M50 Terminal 12 Connector M151 Ionizer Terminal 4 Continuity Existed Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Replace A/C auto amp. Turn ignition switch OFF. 6. Disconnect A/C auto amp. harness connector and ionizer harness connector.CHECK MODE CHANGE OUTPUT SIGNAL Check voltage between ionizer harness connector and ground. 2. 2.CHECK CIRCUIT CONTINUITY BETWEEN AUTO.CHECK CIRCUIT CONTINUITY BETWEEN IONIZER AND GROUND 1. Turn ignition switch OFF. A/C auto amp. A/C auto amp. Ionizer (+) Connector M151 Terminal 2 Ground “CLEAN” ON “ION” ON 12 V 0V (− ) Condition Voltage (Approx. Turn ignition switch OFF. AMP AND IONIZER 1. NO >> GO TO 4. harness connector and ionizer harness connector. 3. 4.

[WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A B C D E F G H HAC J K L M N O P HAC-201 . NO >> Repair harnesses or connectors.IONIZER < COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS > Is inspection result normal? YES >> Replace A/C auto amp.

131°F) −30 .131°F) −30 .91% 0% −100 .150 Values according to coolant temperature Equivalent to speedometer reading COMP REQ SIG FAN REQ SIG AMB TEMP SEN IN-VEH TEMP INT TEMP SEN SUNLOAD SEN AMB SEN CAL IN-VEH CAL INT TEMP CAL SUNL SEN CAL Engine: Run at idle after warming up Ignition switch ON Ignition switch ON Ignition switch ON Ignition switch ON Ignition switch ON Ignition switch ON Ignition switch ON Ignition switch ON Engine: Run at idle after warming up Ignition switch ON Ignition switch ON Driving Blower fan: ON Blower fan: OFF — — — — — — — — Blower fan: ON Blower fan: OFF — — — FAN DUTY XM ENG COOL TEMP VEHICLE SPEED TERMINAL LAYOUT JSIIA1205ZZ PHYSICAL VALUES HAC-202 .55°C (−22 .A/C AUTO AMP. < ECU DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] ECU DIAGNOSIS A/C AUTO AMP.131°F) 0 .55°C (−22 . WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Reference Value INFOID:0000000003884790 VALUES ON THE DIAGNOSIS TOOL CONSULT-III MONITOR ITEM Monitor item Engine: Run at idle after warming up Condition A/C switch: ON (Compressor operation status) A/C switch: OFF Value/Status On Off On Off −30 .1045 W/m2 (0 .55°C (−22 .131°F) 0 .55°C (−22 .1045 W/m2 (0 .131°F) −30 .55°C (−22 .900 kcal/m2·h) 21 .55°C (−22 .900 kcal/m2·h) −30 .131°F) −30 .

AIR CON- O P HAC-203 . connection recognition signal Ambient sensor signal In-vehicle sensor signal Sensor ground Ground BATT Power supply Output Input Input — — — Ignition switch ON — — Ignition switch ON Ignition switch ON Ignition switch OFF 5V — K L — 0V 0V M N Battery voltage WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Wiring Diagram .A/C AUTO AMP.) B 10 (L/R) Ground LAN signal Input/ Output C — D SJIA1453J 11 (L/W) 15 (O) 16 (R/G) 17 (V/W) 19 (B) 20 (G/W) Ground Ground Ground Ground Ground Ground Power supply for each door motor Sunload sensor signal Intake sensor signal ACC Power supply Ground IGN Power supply Input Input Input — — — Ignition switch ON — — Ignition switch ACC Ignition switch ON Ignition switch ON Battery voltage — — Battery voltage E F G 0V Battery voltage H HAC 32 (L/Y) Ground Blower motor control signal Output • Ignition switch ON • Blower speed: 1st speed (manual) J JSIIA0096ZZ 34 (P) 35 (O/B) 36 (LG) 37 (B/Y) 39 (B) 40 (Y/R) Ground Ground Ground Ground Ground Ground A/C auto amp. < ECU DIAGNOSIS > Terminal No. (Wire color) + − Description Signal name Input/ Output Condition [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A Value (Approx.

A/C AUTO AMP. < ECU DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] INFOID:0000000003941765 DITIONER CONTROL SYSTEM - JCIWM0211GB HAC-204 .

A/C AUTO AMP. < ECU DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A B C D E F G H HAC J K L M N O JCIWM0212GB P HAC-205 .

< ECU DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] JCIWM0213GB HAC-206 .A/C AUTO AMP.

A/C AUTO AMP. < ECU DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A B C D E F G H HAC J K L M N O JCIWM0214GB P HAC-207 .

A/C AUTO AMP. < ECU DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] JCIWM0215GB HAC-208 .

< ECU DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A B C D E F G H HAC J K L M N O JCIWM0216GB P HAC-209 .A/C AUTO AMP.

A/C AUTO AMP. < ECU DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] JCIWM0217GB HAC-210 .

< ECU DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A B C D E F G H HAC J K L M N O JCIWM0218GB WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Fail-Safe FAIL-SAFE FUNCTION INFOID:0000000003940036 P If a communication error exists between the A/C auto amp. and the AV control unit and preset switch for 30 seconds or longer. air conditioner is controlled under the following conditions: HAC-211 ..A/C AUTO AMP.

"DTC Logic" HAC-178. "DTC Logic" HAC-169. "DTC Logic" HAC-166. "DTC Logic" HAC-165. "DTC Logic" HAC-169. "DTC Logic" HAC-181. "DTC Logic" HAC-178.A/C AUTO AMP. "DTC Logic" HAC-166. Priority 1 • U1000: CAN COMM CIRCUIT • U1010: CONTROL UNIT (CAN) • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • B257B: AMB TEMP SEN (SHORT) B257C: AMB TEMP SEN (OPEN) B2578: IN CAR SENSOR (OUT OF RANGE [LOW]) B2579: IN CAR SENSOR (OUT OF RANGE [HI]) B2581: EVAP TEMP SEN (SHORT) B2582: EVAP TEMP SEN (OPEN) B2630: SUNLOAD SEN (SHORT) B2631: SUNLOAD SEN (OPEN) B2632: DR AIRMIX ACTR (SHORT) B2633: DR AIRMIX ACTR (OPEN) B2634: PASS AIRMIX ACTR (SHORT) B2635: PASS AIRMIX ACTR (OPEN) B2636: DR VENT DOOR FAIL B2637: DR B/L DOOR FAIL B2638: DR D/F1 DOOR FAIL B2639: DR DEF DOOR FAIL B263D: FRE DOOR FAIL B263E: 20P FRE DOOR FAIL B263F: REC DOOR FAIL B2654: D/F2 DOOR FAIL B2655: B/L2 DOOR FAIL B2656: BTC FRE DOOR FAIL INFOID:0000000003884793 Detected items (DTC) 2 WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : DTC Index DTC U1000 U1010 B257B B257C B2578 B2579 B2581 B2582 B2630 * Items (CONSULT-III screen terms) CAN COMM CIRCUIT CONTROL UNIT (CAN) AMB TEMP SEN (SHORT) AMB TEMP SEN (OPEN) IN CAR SENSOR (OUT OF RANGE [LOW]) IN CAR SENSOR (OUT OF RANGE [HI]) EVAP TEMP SEN (SHORT) EVAP TEMP SEN (OPEN) SUNLOAD SEN (SHORT) SUNLOAD SEN (OPEN) DR AIRMIX ACTR (SHORT) DR AIRMIX ACTR (OPEN) Reference HAC-164. "DTC Logic" HAC-181. "DTC Logic" B2631* B2632 B2633 HAC-212 . "DTC Logic" HAC-172. perform inspections one by one based on the following priority chart. "DTC Logic" HAC-172. < ECU DIAGNOSIS > Compressor Air outlet Air inlet Blower fan speed Set temperature [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] : ON : AUTO : FRE (Fresh) : AUTO : Setting before communication error occurs WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : DTC Inspection Priority Chart INFOID:0000000003884792 If some DTCs are displayed at the same time.

131°F) 0 .131°F) −30 . otherwise self-diagnosis indicates even though the sunload sensor is functioning normally.150 Values according to coolant temperature Equivalent to speedometer reading M N O FAN DUTY XM ENG COOL TEMP VEHICLE SPEED P TERMINAL LAYOUT HAC-213 .55°C (−22 .131°F) −30 .55°C (−22 .131°F) −30 .131°F) 0 .A/C AUTO AMP. "DTC Logic" HAC-185.1045 W/m2 (0 . F WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Reference Value VALUES ON THE DIAGNOSIS TOOL CONSULT-III MONITOR ITEM G INFOID:0000000003884794 H Condition Value/Status Monitor item Engine: Run at idle after warming up COMP REQ SIG A/C switch: ON (Compressor operation status) A/C switch: OFF HAC On Off On Off −30 . "DTC Logic" A B C D E *: Perform self-diagnosis under sunshine. "DTC Logic" HAC-185.900 kcal/m2·h) −30 . When performing indoors.91% 0% −100 .55°C (−22 . "DTC Logic" HAC-185.900 kcal/m2·h) 21 .55°C (−22 . "DTC Logic" HAC-188. "DTC Logic" HAC-185. aim a light (more than 60 W) at sunload sensor.55°C (−22 .55°C (−22 .131°F) −30 . "DTC Logic" HAC-188. "DTC Logic" HAC-185. "DTC Logic" HAC-188.1045 W/m 2 J FAN REQ SIG AMB TEMP SEN IN-VEH TEMP INT TEMP SEN SUNLOAD SEN AMB SEN CAL IN-VEH CAL INT TEMP CAL SUNL SEN CAL Engine: Run at idle after warming up Ignition switch ON Ignition switch ON Ignition switch ON Ignition switch ON Ignition switch ON Ignition switch ON Ignition switch ON Ignition switch ON Engine: Run at idle after warming up Ignition switch ON Ignition switch ON Driving Blower fan: ON Blower fan: OFF — — — — — — — — Blower fan: ON Blower fan: OFF — — — K L (0 . "DTC Logic" HAC-188. "DTC Logic" HAC-183. "DTC Logic" HAC-185. < ECU DIAGNOSIS > DTC B2634 B2635 B2636 B2637 B2638 B2639 B263D B263E B263F B2654 B2655 B2656 Items (CONSULT-III screen terms) PASS AIRMIX ACTR (SHORT) PASS AIRMIX ACTR (OPEN) DR VENT DOOR FAIL DR B/L DOOR FAIL DR D/F1 DOOR FAIL DR DEF DOOR FAIL FRE DOOR FAIL 20P FRE DOOR FAIL REC DOOR FAIL D/F2 DOOR FAIL B/L2 DOOR FAIL BTC FRE DOOR FAIL [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] Reference HAC-183.

(Wire color) + − Description Signal name Input/ Output Condition Value (Approx.A/C AUTO AMP. < ECU DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] JSIIA1205ZZ PHYSICAL VALUES Terminal No.) 10 (L/R) Ground LAN signal Input/ Output — SJIA1453J 11 (L/W) 12 (O) Ground Ground Power supply for each door motor ION ON/OFF signal Input Output Ignition switch ON Blower fan ON Blower fan OFF Battery voltage 0V 12 V 14 (G) Ground Gas sensor signal Input NOTE: The signal is different by measurement environment of a vehicle ZJIA1163J 15 (O) 16 (R/G) 17 (V/W) 19 (B) 20 (G/W) 28 (G/Y) Ground Ground Ground Ground Ground Ground Sunload sensor signal Intake sensor signal ACC Power supply Ground IGN Power supply Ion control mode output signal Input Input — — — Output — — Ignition switch ACC Ignition switch ON Ignition switch ON Clean mode Ion control mode Battery voltage 0V Battery voltage 12 V 0V — — HAC-214 .

< ECU DIAGNOSIS > Terminal No. (Wire color) + − Description Signal name Input/ Output Condition [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] Value (Approx.A/C AUTO AMP.) A B • Ignition switch ON • Blower speed: 1st speed (manual) 32 (L/Y) Ground Blower motor control signal Output C JSIIA0096ZZ D 34 (P) 35 (O/B) 36 (LG) 37 (B/Y) 39 (B) 40 (Y/R) Ground Ground Ground Ground Ground Ground A/C auto amp.AIR CONDIHAC J K L M N O P HAC-215 . connection recognition signal Ambient sensor signal In-vehicle sensor signal Sensor ground Ground BATT Power supply Output Input Input — — — Ignition switch ON — — Ignition switch ON Ignition switch ON Ignition switch OFF 5V E — — 0V 0V Battery voltage F G H WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Wiring Diagram .

A/C AUTO AMP. < ECU DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] INFOID:0000000003941767 TIONER CONTROL SYSTEM - JCIWM0211GB HAC-216 .

A/C AUTO AMP. < ECU DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A B C D E F G H HAC J K L M N O JCIWM0212GB P HAC-217 .

A/C AUTO AMP. < ECU DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] JCIWM0213GB HAC-218 .

< ECU DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A B C D E F G H HAC J K L M N O JCIWM0214GB P HAC-219 .A/C AUTO AMP.

A/C AUTO AMP. < ECU DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] JCIWM0215GB HAC-220 .

A/C AUTO AMP. < ECU DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A B C D E F G H HAC J K L M N O JCIWM0216GB P HAC-221 .

A/C AUTO AMP. < ECU DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] JCIWM0217GB HAC-222 .

air conditioner is controlled under the following conditions: HAC-223 . and the AV control unit and preset switch for 30 seconds or longer.A/C AUTO AMP. < ECU DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A B C D E F G H HAC J K L M N O JCIWM0218GB WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Fail-Safe FAIL-SAFE FUNCTION INFOID:0000000003940039 P If a communication error exists between the A/C auto amp..

Priority 1 • U1000: CAN COMM CIRCUIT • U1010: CONTROL UNIT (CAN) • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • B257B: AMB TEMP SEN (SHORT) B257C: AMB TEMP SEN (OPEN) B2578: IN CAR SENSOR (OUT OF RANGE [LOW]) B2579: IN CAR SENSOR (OUT OF RANGE [HI]) B2581: EVAP TEMP SEN (SHORT) B2582: EVAP TEMP SEN (OPEN) B262A: GAS SENSOR (SHORT) B262B: GAS SENSOR (OPEN) B2630: SUNLOAD SEN (SHORT) B2631: SUNLOAD SEN (OPEN) B2632: DR AIRMIX ACTR (SHORT) B2633: DR AIRMIX ACTR (OPEN) B2634: PASS AIRMIX ACTR (SHORT) B2635: PASS AIRMIX ACTR (OPEN) B2636: DR VENT DOOR FAIL B2637: DR B/L DOOR FAIL B2638: DR D/F1 DOOR FAIL B2639: DR DEF DOOR FAIL B263D: FRE DOOR FAIL B263E: 20P FRE DOOR FAIL B263F: REC DOOR FAIL B2654: D/F2 DOOR FAIL B2655: B/L2 DOOR FAIL B2656: BTC FRE DOOR FAIL B2657: GAS SENSOR CIRCUIT (SHORT) B2658: GAS SENSOR CIRCUIT (OPEN) INFOID:0000000003884797 Detected items (DTC) 2 WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : DTC Index DTC U1000 U1010 B257B B257C B2578 B2579 B2581 B2582 B262A Items (CONSULT-III screen terms) CAN COMM CIRCUIT CONTROL UNIT (CAN) AMB TEMP SEN (SHORT) AMB TEMP SEN (OPEN) IN CAR SENSOR (OUT OF RANGE [LOW]) IN CAR SENSOR (OUT OF RANGE [HI]) EVAP TEMP SEN (SHORT) EVAP TEMP SEN (OPEN) GAS SENSOR (SHORT) Reference HAC-164. "DTC Logic" HAC-165. "DTC Logic" HAC-166. "DTC Logic" HAC-166. "DTC Logic" HAC-172. perform inspections one by one based on the following priority chart. "DTC Logic" HAC-172. "DTC Logic" HAC-175.A/C AUTO AMP. "DTC Logic" HAC-169. < ECU DIAGNOSIS > Compressor Air outlet Air inlet Blower fan speed Set temperature [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] : ON : AUTO : FRE (Fresh) : AUTO : Setting before communication error occurs WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : DTC Inspection Priority Chart INFOID:0000000003884796 If some DTCs are displayed at the same time. "DTC Logic" HAC-169. "WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : DTC Logic" HAC-224 .

"DTC Logic" HAC-185. When performing indoors.A/C AUTO AMP. "DTC Logic" HAC-183. "DTC Logic" HAC-185. "WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : DTC Logic" HAC-175. "DTC Logic" HAC-185. "DTC Logic" HAC-188. < ECU DIAGNOSIS > DTC B262B B2630* B2631* B2632 B2633 B2634 B2635 B2636 B2637 B2638 B2639 B263D B263E B263F B2654 B2655 B2656 B2657 B2658 Items (CONSULT-III screen terms) GAS SENSOR (OPEN) SUNLOAD SEN (SHORT) SUNLOAD SEN (OPEN) DR AIRMIX ACTR (SHORT) DR AIRMIX ACTR (OPEN) PASS AIRMIX ACTR (SHORT) PASS AIRMIX ACTR (OPEN) DR VENT DOOR FAIL DR B/L DOOR FAIL DR D/F1 DOOR FAIL DR DEF DOOR FAIL FRE DOOR FAIL 20P FRE DOOR FAIL REC DOOR FAIL D/F2 DOOR FAIL B/L2 DOOR FAIL BTC FRE DOOR FAIL GAS SENSOR CIRCUIT (SHORT) GAS SENSOR CIRCUIT (OPEN) [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] Reference HAC-175. "WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : DTC Logic" A B C D E F G H HAC *: Perform self-diagnosis under sunshine. "DTC Logic" HAC-188. "DTC Logic" HAC-181. aim a light (more than 60 W) at sunload sensor. "DTC Logic" HAC-185. "DTC Logic" HAC-181. "DTC Logic" HAC-185. "DTC Logic" HAC-183. "DTC Logic" HAC-175. "DTC Logic" HAC-188. "WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : DTC Logic" HAC-178. "DTC Logic" HAC-185. "DTC Logic" HAC-178. J K L M N O P HAC-225 . otherwise self-diagnosis indicates even though the sunload sensor is functioning normally. "DTC Logic" HAC-188.

) Insufficient heating No warm air comes out. AV-372. Intake door does not change. Go to Trouble Diagnosis Procedure for Memory Function.) Noise Memory function does not operate. "WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Inspection procedure" Go to Trouble Diagnosis Procedure for Noise. Air outlet does not change. (LAN) Go to Trouble Diagnosis Procedure for Blower Motor. (LAN) Go to Trouble Diagnosis Procedure for Air Mix Door Motor. : Diagnosis Procedure" AV-164. *:WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM HAC-226 . Air mix door motor does not operate normally. "Diagnosis Procedure" HAC-193. Blower motor operation is malfunctioning. Go to Trouble Diagnosis Procedure for Insufficient Cooling. Discharge air temperature does not change. "Inspection procedure" HAC-227. "Symptom Table" (BOSE AUDIO WITH NAVIGATION). HAC-186. "Diagnosis Procedure" (driver side) or HAC-184. (Air flow volume is normal. Intake door motor does not operate normally. "A/C AUTO AMP. Magnet clutch does not engage. Insufficient cooling No cool air comes out. "Symptom Table" (BOSE AUDIO WITHOUT NAVIGATION) or AV-640. Go to Trouble Diagnosis Procedure for Magnet Clutch. HAC-191. Go to Trouble Diagnosis Procedure for Insufficient Heating. "Diagnosis Procedure" HAC-197. "Inspection procedure" HAC-236. Reference Go to Trouble Diagnosis Procedure for Power Supply And Ground Circuit. "Symptom Table" (DISPLAY AND AUDIO SYSTEM). "Inspection procedure" HAC-234.AIR CONDITIONER CONTROL < SYMPTOM DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] SYMPTOM DIAGNOSIS AIR CONDITIONER CONTROL Diagnosis Chart By Symptom Symptom A/C system does not activate. HAC-231. "Inspection procedure" INFOID:0000000003884798 A/C system cannot be controlled. Plasmacluster system does not operate. Go to Trouble Diagnosis Procedure for Preset Switch System. "Diagnosis Procedure" HAC-228. "Diagnosis Procedure" HAC-182.* Go to Trouble Diagnosis Procedure for Plasmacluster system. "Diagnosis Procedure" (passenger side) HAC-189. (LAN) Go to Trouble Diagnosis Procedure for Intake Door Motor. Mode door motor does not operate normally. (Air flow volume is normal. Go to Trouble Diagnosis Procedure for Mode Door Motor.

"WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : CONSULT-III Function". Ion indicator (blue) changes to ion indicator (green) after approximately 15 minutes. Ion indicator (blue) changes to ion indicator (green) after approximately 30 minutes. Ion indicator (green) changes to ion indicator (blue) after approximately 15 minutes. 3. Ion indicator (blue) is turned ON. Start the engine. Ion indicator is turned OFF. Refer to HAC-159. Ion indicator is turned ON. Refer to AV-640. 5. 8. NO-1 >> Ionizer operation is malfunctioning. Code No. Does plasmacluster system change according to each code No. "WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Component Function Check". error message is displayed but it is not malfunction. 2.PLASMACLUSTER SYSTEM DOES NOT OPERATE < SYMPTOM DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A INFOID:0000000003884799 PLASMACLUSTER SYSTEM DOES NOT OPERATE WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Description Symptom B • Intelligent air conditioner does not operate. 4. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 2. 4. NO >> GO TO 3. Ion indicator (green) changes to ion indicator (blue) after approximately 15 minutes. Turn ignition switch OFF and restart the engine. 5.? YES >> END. Refer to HAC-199. NO >> Replace A/C auto amp.CHECK WITH ACTIVE TEST OF CONSULT-III Using CONSULT-III. "Symptom Table". H HAC J K 3. C INFOID:0000000003884800 WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Inspection procedure FUNCTION CONFIRMATION PROCEDURE Check the plasmacluster operation in the function inspection. Press CLEAN switch. 7. NO-2 >> Ion indicator does not change. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 3. E F G 2. Turn fan control dial clockwise. perform “HVAC TEST” “ACTIVE TEST” of HVAC to check each output device. Press OFF switch. NO-3 >> Ion indicator does not illuminate. 3. 6. O P HAC-227 . Turn fan control dial clockwise.CHECK PLASMACLUSTER ION CONTROL FUNCTION 1. • When choosing to “MODE 7”. 2. D 1. Replace A/C auto amp.CHECK ION CONTROL MODE 1. Ionizer Ion mode MODE 1 ON ION MODE 2 ON ION MODE 3 ON CLEAN MODE 4 ON CLEAN MODE 5 ON ION MODE 6 OFF MODE 7 - L M N NOTE: • Perform the inspection of each output device after starting the engine because the compressor is operated.

CHECK CHARGED REFRIGERANT AMOUNT 1. Connect recovery/recycling recharging equipment to the vehicle and discharge the refrigerant. "Inspection". (Air flow volume is normal. Are the malfunction solved? YES >> Perform the setting separately if necessary. Set temperature control dial to “0”. Refer to HA-8. 2. Refer to HA-30. 2. Check if any DTC is displayed in the trouble diagnosis results.CHECK WITH SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION OF CONSULT-III 1.CHECK WITH A GAUGE OF RECOVERY/RECYCLING RECHARGING EQUIPMENT Connect the recovery/recycling recharging equipment to the vehicle and perform the pressure inspection with the gauge. "WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : DTC Index" (WITHOUT INTELLI- HAC-228 . NO-1 >> Check for refrigerant leakages with the refrigerant leakage detecting fluorescent leak detector. Recharge with the proper amount of refrigerant and perform the inspection with the refrigerant leakage detecting fluorescent leak detector. 3. "WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Temperature Setting Trimmer" (WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM) or HAC-114. Check that the temperature setting trimmer is set to “+ direction”.) Inspection procedure INFOID:0000000003884802 1. NO >> GO TO 5. "DTC Logic" or HAC-165. first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010. 1. 4. 5. NO >> Perform the diagnosis with the gauge pressure. "Performance Chart".CHECK SETTING OF TEMPERATURE SETTING TRIMMER Using CONSULT-III. Using CONSULT-III. 2. NO-2 >> GO TO 2 after repairing or replacing the parts according to the inspection results. NO >> Refill the refrigerant and repair or replace the parts according to the inspection results.INSUFFICIENT COOLING < SYMPTOM DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] INSUFFICIENT COOLING Description Symptom INFOID:0000000003884801 • Insufficient cooling • No cool air comes out. check the setting of “TEMP SET CORRECT” on “WORK SUPPORT” of HVAC. Refer to HAC-164. "Inspection".CHECK REFRIGERANT CYCLE PRESSURE Connect recovery/recycling recharging equipment to the vehicle and perform the performance test. 2. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 4. Is there refrigerant? YES >> GO TO 2. END. Refer to HAC-110. Refer to HA-32. "WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Temperature Setting Trimmer" (WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM). perform “SELF-DIAGNOSIS RESULTS” of HVAC. "Trouble Diagnosis For Unusual Pressure". Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 3. Refer to HAC-212. NOTE: If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010. Refer to HA-32. "DTC Logic". NOTE: The control temperature can be set with the setting of the temperature setting trimmer. Is any DTC displayed? YES >> Perform the diagnosis that is applicable to the sensor and the door motor.

"Diagnosis Procedure". "Diagnosis Procedure". Test item MODE 1 Mode door position Intake door position Air mix door position (driver & passenger side) Blower motor duty ratio Compressor (Magnet clutch) VENT REC FULL COLD 37% ON MODE 2 B/L1 REC FULL COLD 91% ON MODE 3 B/L2 20% FRE FULL HOT 65% OFF MODE 4 AUTO FOOT FRE FULL HOT 65% OFF MODE 5 D/F FRE FULL HOT 65% ON MODE 6 DEF FRE FULL HOT 91% ON MODE 7 - B C 2. Using CONSULT-III. Visually check each operating condition. NO-3 >> Discharge air temperature does not change (driver side). Refer to HAC-182. "WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : CONSULT-III Function" (WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM) or HAC-159. NO-4 >> Discharge air temperature does not change (passenger side). inlet. Refer to HAC-156. A 6. "Diagnosis Procedure".CHECK WITH ACTIVE TEST OF CONSULT-III 1. NO >> GO TO 6. "WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : DTC Index" (WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM). NOTE: Perform the ACTIVE TEST after starting the engine because the compressor is operated. NO-6 >> Magnet clutch does not operate. "WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : CONSULT-III Function" (WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM). touching air outlets with a hand. Refer to HAC-186. by listening for noise. etc. "Diagnosis Procedure".INSUFFICIENT COOLING [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] < SYMPTOM DIAGNOSIS > GENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM) or HAC-224. NO-5 >> Blower motor does not operate normally. Refer to HAC-184. blower motor control signal. Refer to the table and check the outlet. J K L M N JPIIA0877GB O Does it operate normally? YES >> GO TO 7. Refer to HAC-193. • When choosing to “MODE 7”. "Diagnosis Procedure". and air mix ratio. Refer to HAC-189. error message is displayed but it is not malfunction.HAC ated. perform “HVAC TEST” on “ACTIVE TEST” of HVAC to check each output device. Refer to HAC-197. P HAC-229 . magnet clutch operation. NO-1 >> Air outlet does not change. "Diagnosis Procedure". air flow temperature. NO-2 >> Air inlet does not change. D E F G H NOTE: • Perform the inspection of each output device after starting the engine because the compressor is oper.

of the A/C system for air leakage. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 8. HAC-230 .CHECK AIR LEAKAGE FROM DUCT Check duct and nozzle. NO >> Adjust or replace drive belt. Refer to EM-12. "Checking".INSUFFICIENT COOLING < SYMPTOM DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] 7.CHECK DRIVE BELT Check tension of the drive belt. 8. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> INSPECTION END NO >> Repair or replace parts according to the inspection results. etc.

Check that the temperature setting trimmer is set to “− direction”. perform “HVAC TEST” in “ACTIVE TEST” of HVAC to check each output device. perform “SELF-DIAGNOSIS RESULTS” of HVAC. "Inspection". 1. check the setting of “TEMP SET CORRECT” on “WORK SUPPORT” of HVAC.CHECK OPERATION Press temperature control dial (driver side) and raise temperature setting to 32°C (90°F) after warming up the engine.CHECK WITH ACTIVE TEST OF CONSULT-III 1.INSUFFICIENT HEATING < SYMPTOM DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A INFOID:0000000003884803 INSUFFICIENT HEATING Description Symptom B • Insufficient heating • No warm air comes out. Refer to HAC-156. D E 2. "WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : CONSULT-III Function" (WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM) or HAC-159. Using CONSULT-III. Check engine coolant level and check for leakage. "Refilling". "WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Temperature Setting Trimmer" (WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM) or HAC-114. "DTC Logic" or HAC-165. Is any DTC displayed? YES >> Perform the diagnosis that is applicable to the sensor and the door motor. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> END. 2. 2. HAC J K L 4. NO >> GO TO 3. Refer to HAC-212. NO >> Refill the engine coolant and repair or replace the parts according to the inspection results. Check water flow sounds of engine coolant. "WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : DTC Index" (WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM). NOTE: If DTC is displayed along with DTC U1000 or U1010.CHECK WITH SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION OF CONSULT-III 1. 3. NOTE: M N O P 5. Refer to HAC-110. Set temperature control dial to “0”. 2. NOTE: The control temperature can be set by the temperature setting trimmer. Check radiator cap.CHECK SETTING OF TEMPERATURE SETTING TRIMMER Using CONSULT-III. Are the malfunction solved? YES >> Perform the setting separately if necessary. NO >> GO TO 4. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 2. "WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Temperature Setting Trimmer" (WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM).) Inspection procedure C INFOID:0000000003884804 1. Refer to HAC-164. "DTC Logic". "WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : DTC Index" (WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM) or HAC-224. 1. Refer to CO-8. HAC-231 . Refer to CO-9. "WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : CONSULT-III Function" (WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM). "RADIATOR CAP : Inspection". Using CONSULT-III. F G H 3. END. first diagnose the DTC U1000 or U1010. Check if any DTC is displayed in the trouble diagnosis results. NO >> GO TO 5. Refer to CO-12. 2. (Air flow volume is normal. Check that warm air blows from the outlets.CHECK COOLING SYSTEM 1.

Refer to the table and check the outlet. JPIIA0877GB Does it operate normally? YES >> GO TO 6. etc. Refer to HAC-184. "Diagnosis Procedure". Refer to HAC-197. by listening for noise. etc. and air mix ratio. NO-1 >> Air outlet does not change. Visually check each operating condition. Test item MODE 1 Mode door position Intake door position Air mix door position (driver & passenger side) Blower motor duty ratio Compressor (Magnet clutch) VENT REC FULL COLD 37% ON MODE 2 B/L1 REC FULL COLD 91% ON MODE 3 B/L2 20% FRE FULL HOT 65% OFF MODE 4 AUTO FOOT FRE FULL HOT 65% OFF MODE 5 D/F FRE FULL HOT 65% ON MODE 6 DEF FRE FULL HOT 91% ON MODE 7 - NOTE: • Perform the inspection of each output device after starting the engine because the compressor is operated. Refer to HAC-193. NO-4 >> Discharge air temperature does not change (passenger side). Is the inspection result normal? HAC-232 . NO >> Repair or replace parts according to the inspection results. 6.INSUFFICIENT HEATING [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] < SYMPTOM DIAGNOSIS > Perform the ACTIVE TEST after starting the engine because the compressor is operated. "Diagnosis Procedure". etc. crushes. Refer to HAC-182. • When choosing to “MODE 7”. of the A/C system for air leakage. "Diagnosis Procedure". magnet clutch operation. blower motor control signal. "Diagnosis Procedure". error message is displayed but it is not malfunction.CHECK AIR LEAKAGE FROM DUCT Check duct and nozzle. touching air outlets with a hand.). 7. NO-2 >> Air inlet does not change. "Diagnosis Procedure". Refer to HAC-186. inlet. 2.CHECK HEATER HOSE INSTALLATION CONDITION Check the heater hose installation condition visually (for twists. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 7. "Diagnosis Procedure". NO-6 >> Magnet clutch does not operate. air flow temperature. Refer to HAC-189. NO-5 >> Blower motor does not operate normally. NO-3 >> Discharge air temperature does not change (driver side).

Are the malfunction solved? YES >> END. B C D 9.REPLACE HEATER CORE Replace the heater core. E F G H HAC J K L M N O P HAC-233 . 2. "Exploded View". GO TO 1. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 9. NO >> Perform the procedures again after the cooling system inspection. NO >> Repair or replace parts according to the inspection results. CAUTION: Always perform the temperature inspection in a short period of time because the engine coolant temperature is very hot. Check that the inlet side of heater core is hot and the outlet side is slightly lower than/almost equal to the inlet side. NO >> Replace the heater core after performing the procedures after the cooling system inspection. 1. [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A 8. Refer to VTL-101. Refer to heater core.CHECK TEMPERATURE OF HEATER HOSE Check the temperature of inlet hose and outlet hose of heater core.INSUFFICIENT HEATING < SYMPTOM DIAGNOSIS > YES >> GO TO 8. GO TO 1.

Inspection procedure INFOID:0000000003884806 1. of the A/C piping (pipes. Remove blower motor. 3. NO >> END. "Trouble Diagnosis For Unusual Pressure". Correct the refrigerant with recovery/recycling recharging equipment.CHECK BLOWER MOTOR 1. etc. "WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Description & Inspection" (WITHOUT INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM) or HAC-112. Can the parts where noise is occurring be checked? YES-1 >> Noise from blower motor: GO TO 2. "Symptom Table". 4. Check the noise from blower motor again. 2. Remove foreign materials that are in the blower unit. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> END. Check the A/C piping (pipes.CHECK EXPANSION VALVE 1.NOISE < SYMPTOM DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] NOISE Description Symptom INFOID:0000000003884805 • Noise • Noise is heard when the A/C system operates. NO >> Replace blower motor.CHECK COMPRESSOR Perform trouble diagnosis for the compressor and check the compressor. NO >> Repair or replace parts according to the inspection results. NO >> Refill the refrigerant or replace the compressor according to the inspection results.CHECK WITH GAUGE PRESSURE Perform the diagnosis with the gauge pressure. YES-3 >> Noise from expansion valve: GO TO 4. Refer to HAC-108. YES-4 >> Noise from A/C piping (pipe. 5. YES-2 >> Noise from compressor: GO TO 3. FLEXIBLE HOSE) 1. flexible hose): GO TO 6. "WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM : Description & Inspection" (WITH INTELLIGENT AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM). Refer to HA-11. Are the malfunction solved? YES >> END. Check for the noise from expansion valve again. 2. flexible hoses). Check the installation condition of clips and brackets. 6. HAC-234 . NO >> Replace expansion valve. 3. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Fix the line with rubber or come vibration absorbing material. Operate the A/C system and check the operation. 2.CHECK A/C PIPING (PIPE.CHECK OPERATION 1. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 5. Recharge with the proper amount of the collected refrigerant after recycling or new refrigerant. Check the parts where noise is occurring. Refer to HA-8. 2. 2. etc.). Is the inspection result normal? YES >> END. flexible hoses) (for deformation and damage. YES-5 >> Noise from drive belt: GO TO 7. 3.

Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Check the noise from compressor: GO TO 3. "Checking".CHECK DRIVE BELT Check tension of the drive belt. NO >> Adjust or replace drive belt according to the inspection results. [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A 7. B C D E F G H HAC J K L M N O P HAC-235 .NOISE < SYMPTOM DIAGNOSIS > NO >> Repair or replace parts according to the inspection results. Refer to EM-12.

Is the inspection result normal? YES >> END. Check that the set temperature is maintained. Press the AUTO switch. • The setting is not maintained. Press the OFF switch. 3. (It returns to the initial condition.CHECK OPERATION 1. 2.) Inspection procedure INFOID:0000000003884808 1. : Diagnosis Procedure". Turn the ignition switch OFF. 2. Set temperature control dial to 32°C (90°F).CHECK POWER SUPPLY AND GROUND CIRCUIT OF A/C AUTO AMP. 4.MEMORY FUNCTION DOES NOT OPERATE < SYMPTOM DIAGNOSIS > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] MEMORY FUNCTION DOES NOT OPERATE Description Symptom INFOID:0000000003884807 • Memory function does not operate normally. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> Replace the A/C auto amp. NO >> Repair or replace malfunctioning parts. HAC-236 . Refer to HAC-191. 5. "A/C AUTO AMP. 6. Check power supply and ground circuit of the A/C auto amp. NO >> GO TO 2. Turn the ignition switch ON.

first turn the push-button ignition switch to the LOCK position. P HAC-237 . If turning the steering wheel is required with the battery disconnected or discharged. J This vehicle is equipped with a push-button ignition switch and a steering lock unit. Perform the necessary repair operation. The steering lock will remain released with both battery cables disconnected and the steering wheel can be turned. Information necessary to service the system safely is included in the “SRS AIRBAG” and “SEAT BELT” of this Service Manual. 5.) Disconnect both battery cables. With the brake pedal released. SRS wiring harnesses can be identified by yellow and/or orange harnesses or harness connectors. Turn the push-button ignition switch to ACC position. • Always use CONSULT-III to perform self-diagnosis as a part of each function inspection after finishing work. the steering lock will be released. see the “SRS AIRBAG”. K OPERATION PROCEDURE 1. which could increase the risk of personal injury or death in the event of a collision which would result in air bag inflation. Connect both battery cables.) Perform self-diagnosis check of all control units using CONSULT-III. • Do not use electrical test equipment on any circuit related to the SRS unless instructed to in this Service Manual. 4. then to LOCK position. 3. M N O 6. If a DTC is detected. confirm that all control unit connectors are connected properly. For removal of Spiral Cable and Air Bag Module. helps to reduce the risk or severity of injury to the driver and front passenger for certain types of collision. NOTE: Supply power using jumper cables if battery is discharged. C D E F Precaution Necessary for Steering Wheel Rotation after Battery Disconnect INFOID:0000000003884812 G NOTE: H • Before removing and installing any control units. turn the push-button ignition switch from ACC position to ON position. all maintenance must be performed by an authorized NISSAN/INFINITI dealer. including incorrect removal and installation of the SRS. (The steering wheel will lock when the push-button ignition switch is turned to LOCK position. • After finishing work. follow the procedure below before starting the repair operation. used along with a front seat belt. WARNING: • To avoid rendering the SRS inoperative. re-connect both battery cables. then re-connect both HAC battery cables. can lead to personal injury caused by unintentional activation of the system. then disconnect both battery cables. • Improper maintenance. When the repair work is completed. the steering wheel will lock and cannot be turned. perform trouble diagnosis according to self-diagnosis results. (At this time. L 2. If the battery is disconnected or discharged.PRECAUTIONS < PRECAUTION > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A PRECAUTION PRECAUTIONS Precaution for Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) "AIR BAG" and "SEAT BELT PRE-TENSIONER" B INFOID:0000000003884811 The Supplemental Restraint System such as “AIR BAG” and “SEAT BELT PRE-TENSIONER”.

etc. etc. (Insufficient bulb socket installation may melt the bulb. use Refrigerant Recovery/Recycling Recharging equipment and Refrigerant Identifier. (Turning it ON outside the lamp case may cause fire or visual impairments. CAUTION: Comply with the following cautions to prevent any error and malfunction.Use only the specified lubricant from a sealed container. Never put oil and grease on it.Never remove the caps (unseal) until just before connecting the components when installing refrigerant components to a vehicle. Compressor malfunction is likely to occur if lubricant other than that specified is used. . . • Install the xenon bulb securely.Never allow lubricant (NISSAN A/C System Oil Type S) to come in to contact with styrene foam parts. by high-voltage leakage or corona discharge. PIIB3706J Precautions For Xenon Headlamp Service INFOID:0000000003884815 WARNING: Comply with the following warnings to prevent any serious accident. the housing. Damage may result. HAC-238 . • The specified HFC-134a (R-134a) lubricant rapidly absorbs moisture from the atmosphere. . • Dispose of the used xenon bulb after packing it in thick vinyl without breaking it. • Never work with wet hands. Connect all refrigerant loop components as quickly as possible to minimize the entry of moisture into system. The following handling precautions must be observed: . or touching the xenon headlamp (bulb included). Never turn the xenon headlamp ON in other conditions. the connector. • Never wipe out dirt and contamination with organic solvent (thinner. gasoline.). The xenon headlamp contains high-voltage generated parts. removing.PRECAUTIONS < PRECAUTION > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] INFOID:0000000003884814 Precaution for Procedure without Cowl Top Cover When performing the procedure after removing cowl top cover.Immediately cap (seal) the component to minimize the entry of moisture from the atmosphere when removing refrigerant components from a vehicle.) • Never touch the bulb glass immediately after turning it OFF.) • Never perform HID circuit inspection with a tester. Immediately reseal containers of lubricant. CONTAMINATED REFRIGERANT Take the appropriate steps shown below if a refrigerant other than pure HFC-134a (R-134a) is identified in a vehicle: • Explain to the customer that environmental regulations prohibit the release of contaminated refrigerant into the atmosphere. cover the lower end of windshield with urethane. • Never touch the xenon bulb glass with hands. etc. refer to “CONTAMINATED REFRIGERANT” below. • Use only specified lubricant for the HFC-134a (R-134a) A/C system and HFC-134a (R-134a) components. Lubricant becomes moisture saturated and should not be used without proper sealing. Compressor malfunction is likely to occur if the refrigerants are mixed. Working with HFC-134a (R-134a) INFOID:0000000003884816 CAUTION: • CFC-12 (R-12) refrigerant and HFC-134a (R-134a) refrigerant are not compatible. • Disconnect the battery cable (negative terminal) or the power supply fuse before installing. • Check the xenon headlamp ON-OFF status after assembling it to the vehicle. It is extremely hot. To determine the purity of HFC-134a (R-134a) in the vehicle and recovery tank. Connect the power supply to the vehicle-side connector.

E Remove HFC-134a (R-134a) from the A/C system. • The air conditioner warranty is void if the vehicle is within the warranty period. Ventilate work area before resuming service if accidental system discharge occurs. replacement of all refrigerant system components on the vehicle is recommended. puncture.J tioning systems with compressed air during repair. This refrigerant must be disposed of in accordance with all federal and local regulations. H • Never heat a refrigerant container with an open flame. Poisonous gas is produced if refrigerant burns. • Expansion valve to evaporator • Refrigerant pressure sensor to liquid tank L O-RING AND REFRIGERANT CONNECTION M N O P HAC-239 . • Always wear eye and hand protection (goggles and gloves) when working with any refrigerant or air conditioning system. Refrigerant Connection INFOID:0000000003884818 A new type refrigerant connection has been introduced to all refrigerant lines except the following location. or incinerate refrigerant containers. Additional health and safety information may be obtained from refrigerK ant manufacturers. lubricant vapor or mist. These mixtures. recover the refrigerant using only dedicated equipment and containers. • Never release refrigerant into the air. In addition. nose and throat. Never reintroduce contaminated refrigerant into the existing service equipment. Use approved recovery/recycling equipment to capture the G refrigerant each time an air conditioning system is discharged. Place the bottom of the container in a warm pail of water if container warming is required. • Never pressure test or leakage test HFC-134a (R-134a) service equipment and/or vehicle air condi. • Suggest the customer return the vehicle to the location of previous service where the contamination may have occurred. A B C General Refrigerant Precaution INFOID:0000000003884817 D WARNING: • Never breath A/C refrigerant. HAC • Keep refrigerant away from open flames. Contact a local refrigerant product retailer for available service if the facility does not have dedicated recovery equipment. may cause injury or property damage. using certified service equipment meeting requirements of SAE J-2210 [HFC-134a (R-134a) recycling equipment]. Some mixtures of air and HFC-134a (R-134a) have been shown to be combustible at elevated pressures. • Never intentionally drop. Exposure may irritate eyes. • Never store or heat refrigerant containers above 52°C (126°F).PRECAUTIONS [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] < PRECAUTION > • Explain that recovery of the contaminated refrigerant could damage service equipment and refrigerant supply. if ignited. • If repairing. F Additional health and safety information may be obtained from refrigerant and lubricant manufacturers. Please contact Nissan Customer Affairs for further assistance. therefore be certain to work in well ventilated areas to prevent suffocation. or J-2209 [HFC-134a (R-134a) recovery equipment]. • Refrigerant displaces oxygen.

New type refrigerant connection CAUTION: The new and former refrigerant connections use different O-ring configurations. Refrigerant may leak at the connection if a wrong O-ring is installed.PRECAUTIONS < PRECAUTION > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] JPIIA0453ZZ F. O-Ring Part Numbers and Specifications Connection type Piping connection point Low-pressure flexible hose to low-pressure pipe High-pressure pipe to condenser pipe assembly (Outlet) Condenser pipe assembly (Inlet) to high-pressure flexible hose (One-touch joint) Condenser assembly to condenser pipe assembly New Low-pressure pipe to expansion valve High-pressure pipe to expansion valve Compressor to low-pressure flexible hose Compressor to high-pressure flexible hose Liquid tank to condenser assembly Refrigerant pressure sensor to liquid tank Expansion valve to evaporator pipe assembly Inlet Outlet Inlet Outlet Inlet Outlet Inlet Outlet Part number 92474 N8210 92471 N8210 92472 N8210 92472 N8210 92471 N8210 92473 N8210 92471 N8210 92474 N8210 92472 N8210 92471 N8210 J2476 89956 92475 71L00 92475 72L00 92475 71L00 92475 72L00 QTY 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 O-ring size 19 8 12 12 8 16 8 19 12 8 10 12 16 12 16 Former Evaporator to evaporator pipe assembly H A C -240 . Never confuse Orings since they are not interchangeable. : Former type refrigerant connection O-ring size N.

• Perform leakage test and make sure that there is no leakage from connections after connecting line. • Immediately plug all openings to prevent entry of dust and moisture after disconnecting tubes. Check that the O-ring is installed to tube correctly. • Allow components stored in cool areas to warm to working area temperature before removing seal caps. P VACUUM PUMP HAC-241 . Then tighten the connections of seal seat to the specified torque. Then tighten the nut or bolt by hand. • Connect tube until a click can be heard. • Connect the pipes at the final stage of the operation when installing an air conditioner in the vehicle.PRECAUTIONS [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] < PRECAUTION > WARNING: Check that all refrigerant is discharged into the recycling equipment and the pressure in the system is less than atmospheric pressure. This prevents condensation from forming inside A/C components. • Replace always used O-rings. G H HAC J K L M RHA861F Service Equipment RECOVERY/RECYCLING EQUIPMENT INFOID:0000000003884819 N Be certain to follow the manufacturer instructions for machine operation and machine maintenance. Then gradually loosen the discharge side hose fitting and remove it. • Be careful not to damage O-ring and tube when replacing the O-ring. • Always use a torque wrench and a back-up wrench when connecting tubes. Failure to do so will cause lubricant to enter the low-pressure chamber. Never remove the seal caps of pipes and other components until just before required for connection. CAUTION: Observe the following when replacing or cleaning refrigerant cycle components. Disconnect the line and replace the O-ring when the refrigerant leaking point is found. Be careful not to apply lubricant to threaded portion. O ELECTRICAL LEAK DETECTOR Be certain to follow the manufacturer instructions for tester operation and tester maintenance. • Thoroughly remove moisture from the refrigeration system before charging the refrigerant. • Apply lubricant to circle of the O-rings shown in illustration when connecting tube. Never introduce any refrigerant other than that specified into the machine. Name : NISSAN A/C System Oil Type S A B C D E F • O-ring must be closely attached to the groove portion of tube. • Store it in the same way at it is when mounted on the car when the compressor is removed.

RHA272D SERVICE COUPLERS HAC-242 . Confirm the set has been used only with refrigerant HFC-134a (R-134a) and specified lubricants. As long as the hose is connected. Be sure the gauge set has 1/2″-16 ACME threaded connections for service hoses. Some one-way valves open when vacuum is applied and close under no vacuum condition. To prevent this migration. So the vacuum pump lubricant may migrate out of the pump into the service hose. All hoses must equip positive shut-off devices (either manual or automatic) near the end of the hoses opposite to the manifold gauge. Such valves may restrict the ability of the pump to create a deep vacuum and are not recommended. This is possible when the pump is switched OFF after evacuation (vacuuming) and hose is connected to it. • Disconnect the hose from the pump if the hose has an automatic shut-off valve. SHA533D SERVICE HOSES Be certain that the service hoses display the markings described (colored hose with a black stripe). • Use a hose equipped with a manual shut-off valve near the pump end for pumps without an isolator. [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] RHA270DA MANIFOLD GAUGE SET Be certain that the gauge face indicates HFC-134a or R-134a. Close this valve to isolate the service hose from the pump. the valve is open and lubricating oil may migrate. Close the valve to isolate the hose from the pump. use a manual valve placed near the hoseto-pump connection. The vent side of the vacuum pump is exposed to atmospheric pressure. as per the following.PRECAUTIONS < PRECAUTION > The lubricant contained inside the vacuum pump is not compatible with the specified lubricant for HFC-134a (R-134a) A/C systems. • Vacuum pumps usually have a manual isolator valve as part of the pump.

However. D E F G RHA274D CHARGING CYLINDER H Use of a charging cylinder is not recommended. if an improper connection is attempted. Refrigerant may be vented into the air from the top valve of the cylinder when filling the cylinder with refrigerant. The HFC-134a (R-134a) couplers do not properly connect to the CFC-12 (R-12) system. the accuracy of the cylinder is generally less than that of an electronic scale or of quality recycle/recharge equipment. HAC J K L M N O P HAC-243 . discharge and contamination may occur. Also. The hose fitting must be 1/2″-16 ACME if the scale controls refrigerant flow electronically.PRECAUTIONS < PRECAUTION > Never attempt to connect HFC-134a (R-134a) service couplers to a CFC-12 (R-12) A/C system. Shut-off valve rotation Clockwise Counterclockwise A/C service valve Open Close RHA273D [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A B C REFRIGERANT WEIGHT SCALE Verify that no refrigerant other than HFC-134a (R-134a) and specified lubricants have been used with the scale.

"Maintenance of Lubricant Quantity". • Keep friction surfaces between clutch and pulley clean. This equally distributes lubricant inside the compressor. • Turn the compressor shaft by hand more than five turns in both directions after compressor service operation. Wipe it off by using a clean waste cloth moistened with thinner if the surface is contaminated with lubricant. • Apply voltage to the new compressor and check for normal operation after replacing the compressor magnet clutch. Let the engine idle and operate the compressor for one hour after the compressor is installed. HAC-244 . • Store it in the same way at it is when mounted on the car when the compressor is removed. • Follow “Maintenance of Lubricant Quantity in Compressor” exactly when replacing or repairing the compressor. Refer to HA-28.COMPRESSOR < PRECAUTION > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] COMPRESSOR General Precautions INFOID:0000000003884820 CAUTION: • Plug all openings to prevent moisture and foreign matter from entering.

). Clean immediately with the approved dye cleaner if dye is spilled. • Never allow dye to come into contact with painted body panels or interior components. • The fluorescent properties of the dye remains for three or more years unless a compressor malfuncHAC tion occurs.FLUORESCENT LEAK DETECTOR < PRECAUTION > [WITH 7 INCH DISPLAY] A INFOID:0000000003884821 FLUORESCENT LEAK DETECTOR General Precautions CAUTION: B • The A/C system contains a fluorescent leak detection dye used for locating refrigerant leakages. • Never use more than one refrigerant dye bottle (1/4 ounce /7. The fluorescent dye leak detector should be used in conjunction with an electrical leak detector D (SST: J-41995) to pin-point refrigerant leakages. • Read and follow all manufacture operating instructions and precautions prior to performing the work for the purpose of safety and customer satisfaction. An ultraviolet (UV) lamp is required to illuminate the dye when inspecting for leakages.F diagnosis during future service. or A/C system damage may result. Never use H HFC-134a (R-134a) leak detection dye in CFC-12 (R-12) A/C system. • Never spray the fluorescent dye cleaning agent on hot surfaces (engine exhaust manifold. • Leak detection dyes for HFC-134a (R-134a) and CFC-12 (R-12) A/C systems are different. • A compressor shaft seal should not necessarily be repaired because of dye seepage. The compres. Vehicles without factory installed fluorescent dye have a blue label. etc. • Always remove any remaining dye from the leakage area after repairs are completed to avoid a mis. or CFC-12 (R-12) leak detection dye in HFC-134a (R-134a) A/C system. J IDENTIFICATION LABEL FOR VEHICLE Vehicles with factory installed fluorescent dye have an identification label on the front side of hood. K L M N O P HAC-245 .E sor shaft seal should only be repaired after confirming the leakage with an electrical leak detector (SST: J-41995). • The fluorescent dye leak detector is not a replacement for an electrical leak detector (SST: J-41995). • Always wear fluorescence enhancing UV safety goggles to protect eyes and enhance the visibility of C the fluorescent dye.4 cc) per A/C system. Fluorescent dye left on a surface for an G extended period of time cannot be removed. IDENTIFICATION NOTE: Vehicles with factory installed fluorescent dye have a green label.