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AUDIO, VISUAL, NAVIGATION & TELEPHONE


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AUDIO, VISUAL, NAVIGATION & TELEPHONE SYSTEM
PRECAUTIONS .......................................................... 4
Precautions for Supplemental Restraint System
(SRS) AIR BAG and SEAT BELT PRE-TEN-
SIONER ............................................................. ..... 4
Wiring Diagrams and Trouble Diagnosis .................. 4
AUDIO .................................................................... ..... 5
System Description .................................................. 5
AUDIO SYSTEM ................................................... 5
NATS AUDIO LINK .......................................... ..... 6
SERVICE PROCEDURE ...................................... 6
PERSONAL AUDIO SETTING ......................... ..... 7
Component Parts and Harness Connector Location ..... 7
LHD MODELS .................................................. ..... 7
RHD MODELS ................................................. ..... 8
Schematic / LHD Models ..................................... ..... 9
Wiring Diagram AUDIO / LHD Models ....... ... 10
Schematic / RHD Models .................................... ... 17
Wiring Diagram AUDIO / RHD Models ......... 18
Terminals and Reference Value for Audio Unit .... ... 25
Terminals and Reference Value for BOSE Speaker
Amp. (LHD Models) ................................................ 27
Terminals and Reference Value for BOSE Speaker
Amp. (RHD Models) ............................................ ... 29
Trouble Diagnosis .................................................. 31
MALFUNCTION WITH RADIO, TAPE AND CD ... 31
FOR RADIO ONLY ........................................... ... 32
FOR CASSETTE PLAYER ONLY ....................... 32
FOR CD ONLY ................................................. ... 32
Noise Inspection .................................................. ... 33
TYPE OF NOISE AND POSSIBLE CAUSE ..... ... 33
Power Supply Check for Audio unit ........................ 34
Power Supply and Ground Circuit Check for BOSE
Speaker Amp. ........................................................ 35
Vehicle Speed Signal Check ............................... ... 36
Audio Steering Wheel Switch Does Not Operate ... 37
Removal and Installation of Audio Unit .................. 38
REMOVAL ........................................................... 38
INSTALLATION ................................................... 38
Removal and Installation of Audio Steering Wheel
Switch ..................................................................... 39
REMOVAL ........................................................... 39
INSTALLATION ................................................ ... 39
Removal and Installation of Front Door Speaker . ... 39
REMOVAL ........................................................... 39
INSTALLATION ................................................ ... 39
Removal and Installation of Rear Door Speaker . ... 39
REMOVAL ........................................................... 39
INSTALLATION ................................................ ... 39
Removal and Installation of Tweeter ................... ... 40
REMOVAL ........................................................... 40
INSTALLATION ................................................ ... 40
Removal and Installation of Woofer ..................... ... 40
REMOVAL ........................................................... 40
INSTALLATION ................................................ ... 40
Removal and Installation of BOSE Speaker Amp. ... 41
REMOVAL ........................................................... 41
INSTALLATION ................................................ ... 41
AUDIO ANTENNA .................................................... 42
Location of Antenna ................................................ 42
LHD MODELS ..................................................... 42
RHD MODELS ................................................. ... 43
Removal and Installation of Roof Antenna (LHD
Models) ................................................................... 43
REMOVAL ........................................................... 43
INSTALLATION ................................................ ... 43
Removal and Installation of Roof Antenna (RHD
Models) ................................................................... 44
REMOVAL ........................................................... 44
INSTALLATION ................................................ ... 44
NAVIGATION SYSTEM ............................................. 45
System Description ................................................. 45
NAVIGATION SYSTEM ....................................... 45
REAR VIEW MONITOR ................................... ... 47
Component Description .......................................... 48
NAVI CONTROL UNIT ..................................... ... 48
GPS ANTENNA ................................................ ... 48
DISPLAY .............................................................. 49
NAVI SWITCH .................................................. ... 49
TRANSFER UNIT ............................................. ... 49
VOICE CHANGE RELAY .................................... 49
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TMC TUNER ....................................................... 50
REAR VIEW CAMERA ..................................... ... 50
REAR VIEW CAMERA CONTROL UNIT ............ 50
System Operation Description ................................ 51
NAVIGATION SYSTEM .................................... ... 51
MAP VIEWING STYLE ........................................ 51
MAP DISPLAY .................................................. ... 52
FUNCTION OF NAVI SWITCH ......................... ... 53
REAR VIEW SCREEN ........................................ 57
Component Parts and Harness Connector Location ... 58
LHD MODELS .................................................. ... 58
RHD MODELS .................................................. ... 59
Schematic NAVI .......................................... ... 60
Wiring Diagram NAVI / LHD Models .............. 61
Wiring Diagram NAVI / RHD Models .......... ... 68
Terminals and Reference Value for NAVI Control
Unit ...................................................................... ... 75
Terminals and Reference Value for Display ............ 78
Terminals and Reference Value for Transfer Unit ... 80
Terminals and Reference Value for NAVI Switch . ... 81
Terminals and Reference Value for TMC Tuner ...... 82
Terminals and Reference Value for Voice Change
Relay ...................................................................... 83
Terminals and Reference Value for Rear View Cam-
era Control Unit ...................................................... 84
On Board Self-Diagnosis Function ......................... 85
DESCRIPTION .................................................... 85
DIAGNOSIS ITEM ............................................ ... 85
Self-Diagnosis Mode ........................................... ... 85
OPERATION PROCEDURE ............................. ... 85
SELF-DIAGNOSIS RESULT ............................... 87
When Malfunctioning Connection Between NAVI
Control Unit and TMC Tuner ................................... 88
When NAVI Control Unit Judges DVD-ROM Is Not
Inserted ................................................................ ... 89
When NAVI Control Unit Judges Inserted DVD-
ROM Is Abnormal, or When NAVI Control Unit Can-
not Read from the DVD-ROM .............................. ... 89
When Malfunctioning Connection Between NAVI
Control Unit and GPS Antenna ............................... 89
All Images Are Not Displayed (Navigation System
Does Not Start) ....................................................... 90
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE ................................. 90
When Malfunctioning Connection Between Display
and NAVI Switch .................................................. ... 91
When Malfunctioning Connection Between NAVI
Switch and Transfer Unit ........................................ 92
When Malfunctioning Connection Between NAVI
Control Unit and Transfer Unit ................................ 93
When Malfunctioning Connection Between Trans-
fer Unit and Display ................................................ 94
Confirmation/Adjustment Mode ........................... ... 95
OPERATION PROCEDURE ............................. ... 95
DISPLAY .............................................................. 96
VEHICLE SIGNALS .......................................... ... 97
HISTORY OF ERRORS ...................................... 98
NAVIGATION .................................................... . 101
FEATURE RESTRICTION SETTING ............... . 101
CONSULT-II Functions (REAR VIEW CAMERA) . 102
CONSULT-II BASIC OPERATION PROCEDURE
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WORK SUPPORT ............................................ .103
DATA MONITOR ............................................... .103
Vehicle Width and Distance Guiding Line Correction .104
DESCRIPTION ................................................. .104
VEHICLE WIDTH AND DISTANCE GUIDING
LINE CORRECTION PROCEDURE ................. .104
Power Supply and Ground Circuit Check for NAVI
Control Unit .......................................................... .106
Power Supply and Ground Circuit Check for Display .107
Power Supply and Ground Circuit Check for NAVI
Switch ...................................................................108
Power Supply and Ground Circuit Check for Trans-
fer Unit ..................................................................109
Power Supply and Ground Circuit Check for TMC
Tuner .................................................................... . 110
Power Supply and Ground Circuit Check for Rear
View Camera Control Unit ................................... . 111
Vehicle Speed Signal Check for NAVI Control Unit . 112
Illumination Signal Check for NAVI Control Unit .. . 113
Illumination Signal Check for NAVI Switch ............ 113
Ignition Signal Check for NAVI Control Unit ......... . 113
Reverse Signal Check for NAVI Control Unit ........ 114
Reverse Signal Check for Rear View Camera Con-
trol Unit ................................................................. . 114
RGB Image Is Not Displayed (Rear View Image Is
Displayed) ............................................................. 115
Rear View Image Is Not Displayed if Selector Lever
Is Set in R Position (Other Image Is Displayed) ... . 116
When Displaying Rear View Image, Warning Mes-
sage Rolls or Is Not Displayed ..............................120
Vehicle Mark Is Not Displayed Properly ............... .121
Tint Is Strange for The RGB Image ...................... .122
RGB Image Is Rolling .......................................... .124
Values for All Items in the DRIVE INFORMATION
Screen Do Not Change .........................................125
Values for Items, "Journey Distance" and "Average
Speed" Do Not Change .........................................125
Voice Guidance Is Not Heard ................................125
Example of Symptoms Judged Not Malfunction .. .128
BASIC OPERATIONS ....................................... .128
VEHICLE MARKS ............................................. .128
MAP DVD-ROM ................................................ .129
DESTINATION, WAY POINTS OR MENU CON-
TENTS CANNOT BE CHOSEN OR SET ......... .129
VOICE GUIDANCE ............................................129
ROUTE CALCULATION ................................... .130
REAR VIEW MONITOR .....................................130
EXAMPLES OF VEHICLE MARK DISPLACE-
MENT .................................................................131
VEHICLE MARK SHOWS A POSITION WHICH
IS COMPLETELY WRONG ...............................134
VEHICLE MARK JUMPS ...................................134
VEHICLE MARK IS IN A RIVER OR SEA ........ .135
VEHICLE MARK AUTOMATICALLY ROTATES .135
WHEN DRIVING ON SAME ROAD, SOME-
TIMES VEHICLE MARK IS IN RIGHT PLACE
AND SOMETIMES IT IS WRONG PLACE ........135
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LOCATION CORRECTION BY MAP-MATCH-
ING IS SLOW .................................................... 135
ALTHOUGH GPS RECEIVING DISPLAY IS
GREEN, VEHICLE MARK DOES NOT RETURN
TO CORRECT LOCATION ............................... 135
NAME OF CURRENT PLACE IS NOT DIS-
PLAYED ............................................................ 135
CONTENTS OF DISPLAY DIFFER FOR BIRD-
VIEW AND THE (FLAT) MAP SCREEN ......... 135
Program Loading of NAVI Control Unit ................ 136
Removal and Installation of NAVI Control Unit (LHD
Models) ............................................................... . 137
REMOVAL ......................................................... 137
INSTALLATION ................................................. 137
Removal and Installation of NAVI Control Unit (RHD
Models) ............................................................... . 138
REMOVAL ......................................................... 138
INSTALLATION ................................................. 138
Removal and Installation of GPS Antenna (LHD
Models) ............................................................... . 139
REMOVAL ......................................................... 139
INSTALLATION ................................................. 139
Removal and Installation of GPS Antenna (RHD
Models) ............................................................... . 140
REMOVAL ......................................................... 140
INSTALLATION ................................................. 140
Removal and Installation of Display ..................... 141
REMOVAL ......................................................... 141
INSTALLATION ................................................. 141
Removal and Installation of NAVI Switch ............ . 142
REMOVAL ......................................................... 142
INSTALLATION ................................................ . 142
Removal and Installation of Transfer Unit ............ . 143
REMOVAL ......................................................... 143
INSTALLATION ................................................ . 143
Removal and Installation of Voice Change Relay
(LHD Models) ...................................................... . 144
REMOVAL ......................................................... 144
INSTALLATION ................................................ . 144
Removal and Installation of Voice Change Relay
(RHD Models) ...................................................... . 144
REMOVAL ......................................................... 144
INSTALLATION ................................................ . 144
Removal and Installation of TMC Tuner (LHD Mod-
els) ....................................................................... . 145
REMOVAL ......................................................... 145
INSTALLATION ................................................ . 145
Removal and Installation of TMC Tuner (RHD Mod-
els) ....................................................................... . 146
REMOVAL ......................................................... 146
INSTALLATION ................................................ . 146
Removal and Installation of Rear View Camera .. . 147
REMOVAL ......................................................... 147
INSTALLATION ................................................ . 147
Removal and Installation of Rear View Camera Con-
trol Unit ................................................................. 147
REMOVAL ......................................................... 147
INSTALLATION ................................................ . 147
TELEPHONE (PRE WIRE) .................................... . 148
Wiring Diagram PHONE ............................. . 148
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PRECAUTIONS

PRECAUTIONS PFP:00001
Precautions for Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) AIR BAG and SEAT
BELT PRE-TENSIONER EKS00JQT
The Supplemental Restraint System such as AIR BAG and SEAT BELT PRE-TENSIONER, used along
with a front seat belt, helps to reduce the risk or severity of injury to the driver and front passenger for certain
types of collision. This system includes seat belt switch inputs and dual stage front air bag modules. The SRS
system uses the seat belt switches to determine the front air bag deployment, and may only deploy one front
air bag, depending on the severity of a collision and whether the front occupants are belted or unbelted.
Information necessary to service the system safely is included in the SRS and SB section of this Service Man-
ual.
WARNING:
G To avoid rendering the SRS inoperative, which could increase the risk of personal injury or death
in the event of a collision which would result in air bag inflation, all maintenance must be per-
formed by an authorized NISSAN/INFINITI dealer.
G Improper maintenance, including incorrect removal and installation of the SRS, can lead to per-
sonal injury caused by unintentional activation of the system. For removal of Spiral Cable and Air
Bag Module, see the SRS section.
G Do not use electrical test equipment on any circuit related to the SRS unless instructed to in this
Service Manual. SRS wiring harnesses can be identified by yellow and/or orange harnesses or
harness connectors.
Wiring Diagrams and Trouble Diagnosis EKS00JQU
When reading wiring diagrams, refer to the following:
G Refer to GI-14, "How to Read Wiring Diagrams" .
G Refer to PG-3, "POWER SUPPLY ROUTING CIRCUIT" .
When performing trouble diagnosis, refer to the following:
G Refer to GI-10, "HOW TO FOLLOW TEST GROUPS IN TROUBLE DIAGNOSES" .
G Refer to GI-23, "How to Perform Efficient Diagnosis for an Electrical Incident" .
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AUDIO PFP:28111
System Description EKS00JQV
AUDIO SYSTEM
Refer to Owner's Manual for audio system operating instructions.
Power is supplied at all times
G through 15A fuse [No. 38, located in the fuse and fusible link block]
G to audio unit terminal 6
G to BOSE speaker amp. terminal 1
G to option connector for DVD terminal 1.
With the ignition switch in the ACC or ON position, power is supplied
G through 10A fuse [No. 6, located in the fuse block (J/B)]
G to audio unit terminal 10
G to option connector for DVD terminal 2.
Ground is supplied through the case of the audio unit.
Ground is also supplied
G to BOSE speaker amp. terminal 17
G through body grounds B105 and B116 (LHD models)
G through body grounds B5 and B15 (RHD models),
G to option connector for DVD terminal 3
G through body grounds M14 and M78.
When audio switch is pushed, audio signals are supplied
G through audio unit terminals 1, 2, 3, 4, 13, 14, 15 and 16
G to BOSE speaker amp. terminals 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29 and 30.
Audio signals are amplified by the BOSE speaker amp.
The amplified audio signals are supplied
G through BOSE speaker amp. terminals 2, 3, 9,10,11,12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 18 and 19
G to terminals 1 and 2 of front door speaker LH and RH
G to terminals 1 and 2 of rear door speaker LH and RH
G to terminals 1 and 2 of tweeter LH and RH
G to terminals 2, 3, 4 and 6 of woofer.
When one of audio steering wheel switch is pushed to volume up, seek up, or mode ON, resistance in audio
steering wheel switch circuit changes depending on which button is pushed.
When one of audio steering wheel switch is pushed to volume down, seek down, or power ON, resistance in
audio steering wheel switch circuit changes depending on which button is pushed.
Speed Sensitive Volume System
Volume level of this system gone up and down automatically in proportion to the vehicle speed. And the con-
trol level can be selected by the customer.
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AUDIO

NATS AUDIO LINK
Description
The link with the NATS IMMU implies that the audio unit can basically only be operated if connected to the
matching NATS IMMU to which the audio unit was initially fitted on the production line.
Since audio unit operation is impossible after the link with the NATS is disrupted theft of the audio unit is basi-
cally useless since special equipment is required to reset the audio unit.
Initialization Process for Audio Units That are Linked to The NATS IMMU
New audio units will be delivered to the factories in the NEW state, i.e. ready to be linked with the vehicle's
NATS. When the audio unit in NEW state is first switched on at the factory, it will start up communication with
the vehicle's immobilizer control unit (IMMU) and send the code (audio unit code) to the IMMU. The IMMU
will then store this code, which is unique to each audio unit, in its (permanent) memory.
Upon receipt of the code by the IMMU, the NATS will confirm correct receipt of the audio unit code to the audio
unit. Hereafter, the audio unit will operate as normal.
During the initialization process, NEW is displayed on the audio unit display. Normally though, communica-
tion between audio unit and IMMU takes such a short time (300 ms) that the audio unit seems to switch on
directly without showing NEW on its display.
Normal Operation
Each time the audio unit is switched on afterwards, the audio unit code will be verified between the audio unit
and the NATS before the audio unit becomes operational. During the code verification process, WAIT is
shown on the audio unit display. Again, the communication takes such a short time (300 ms) that the audio
unit seems to switch on directly without showing WAIT on its display.
When The Audio Unit is Locked
In case of an audio unit being linked with the vehicle's NATS (immobilizer system), disconnection of the link
between the audio unit and the IMMU will cause the audio unit to switch into the lock (SECURE) mode in
which the audio unit is fully inoperative. Hence, repair of the audio unit is basically impossible, unless the
audio unit is reset to the NEW state for which special decoding equipment is required.
Clarion has provided their authorized service representatives with so called decoder boxes which can bring
the audio unit back to the NEW state, enabling the audio unit to be switched on after which repair can be car-
ried out. Subsequently, when the repaired audio unit is delivered to the final user again, it will be in the NEW
state to enable re-linking the audio unit to the vehicle's immobilizer system. As a result of the above, repair of
the audio unit can only be done by an authorized Clarion representative (when the owner of the vehicle
requests repair and can show personal identification).
SERVICE PROCEDURE
Item Service procedure Description
Battery disconnection No additional action required.
Audio unit needs repair Repair needs to be done by authorized
representative of audio unit manufacturer
since audio unit cannot be operated unless
it is reset to NEW state, using special
decoding equipment.

Replacement of audio unit by new part No additional action required. Audio unit is delivered in NEW state.
Transferring audio unit to another vehicle/
replacement of audio unit by an old part
Audio unit needs to be reset to NEW state
by authorized representative of audio unit
manufacturer.

Replacement of IMMU Audio unit needs to be reset to NEW state


by authorized representative of Clarion.
After switching on the audio unit, it will dis-
play SECURE after 1 minute.
No communication from IMMU to audio
unit
1. If NATS is malfunctioning, check NATS
system.
2. After NATS is repaired, reset audio unit
to NEW state by authorized representa-
tive of Clarion.
After switching on the audio unit, the audio
unit will display SECURE after 1 minute.
Further use of audio unit is impossible until
communication is established again, or
after audio unit is reset by authorized rep-
resentative of Clarion.
When initialized between ECM and IMMU. Audio unit needs to be reset to NEW status
by authorized representative of Clarion.
After switching on the audio unit, it will dis-
play SECURE after 1 minute.
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PERSONAL AUDIO SETTING
The audio unit is designed to store several settings (volume, bass, treble, preset stations) with every NATS
ignition key used. Up to a maximum of 4 NATS keys can be registered. During the communication mentioned
under Anti-Theft System, the audio unit will recognize the used ignition key and select the accompanying
settings.
Component Parts and Harness Connector Location EKS00JQW
LHD MODELS
SKIB3529E
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AUDIO

RHD MODELS
SKIB3530E
AUDIO
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Schematic / LHD Models EKS00JQX
TKWB1330E
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AUDIO

Wiring Diagram AUDIO / LHD Models EKS00JQY
TKWB1331E
AUDIO
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TKWB1332E
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AUDIO

TKWB1333E
AUDIO
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TKWB1334E
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AUDIO

TKWB1335E
AUDIO
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TKWB1336E
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AUDIO

TKWB1337E
AUDIO
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Schematic / RHD Models EKS00LJL
TKWB1338E
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AUDIO

Wiring Diagram AUDIO / RHD Models EKS00LJM
TKWB1339E
AUDIO
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TKWB1340E
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AUDIO

TKWB1341E
AUDIO
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TKWB1342E
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AUDIO

TKWB1343E
AUDIO
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TKWB1344E
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AUDIO

TKWB1345E
AUDIO
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Terminals and Reference Value for Audio Unit EKS00JQZ
Terminal
(Wire color)
Item
Signal
input/
output
Condition
Reference value
+
Ignition
switch
Operation
2 (W) 1 (B)
Audio sound signal
front LH
Output ON Receive audio signal
4 (Y) 3 (BR)
Audio sound signal
front RH
Output ON Receive audio signal
5 (G) Ground
Antenna amp. ON
signal
Output ON Approx. 12V
6 (Y) Ground Battery power supply Input OFF Battery voltage
8 (R/L) Ground Lighting switch signal Input ON
Lighting switch ON Approx. 12V
Lighting switch OFF Approx. 0V
9 Shield
10 (P/B) Ground ACC power supply Input ACC Battery voltage
11 Shield
12 (G/W) Ground
BOSE speaker amp.
ON signal
Output ON Approx. 12V
14 (O) 13 (B/P)
Audio sound signal
rear LH
Output ON Receive audio signal
16 (L) 15 (B/W)
Audio sound signal
rear RH
Output ON Receive audio signal
22 (G/Y) Ground
Vehicle speed signal
(2-pulse)
Input ON
When vehicle speed is
approx. 25 MPH (40 km/h)
NOTE:
Maximum voltage may be 5V
due to specifications (connected
units).
SKIB3609E
SKIB3609E
SKIB3609E
SKIB3609E
SKIB4402E
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24 (LG) Immobilizer
26 (G) 29 (G/B)
Remote control signal
A
Input ON
Keep pushing MODE switch Approx. 0V
Keep pushing SEEK UP
switch
Approx. 1.7V
Keep pushing VOL UP
switch
Approx. 3.3V
Except for above Approx. 5V
27 (G/W) 29 (G/B)
Remote control signal
B
Input ON
Keep pushing POWER
switch
Approx. 0V
Keep pushing SEEK DOWN
switch
Approx. 1.7V
Keep pushing VOL DOWN
switch
Approx. 3.3V
Except for above Approx. 5V
29 (G/B) Ground
Remote control
ground
ON Approx. 0V
30 (B/W) TEL in ()
31 (L/R) TEL in (+)
32 (W) TEL ON
Terminal
(Wire color)
Item
Signal
input/
output
Condition
Reference value
+
Ignition
switch
Operation
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Terminals and Reference Value for BOSE Speaker Amp. (LHD Models) EKS00JR1
Terminal
(Wire color)
Item
Signal
input/
output
Condition
Reference value
+
Ignition
switch
Operation
1 (Y) Ground Battery power supply Input OFF Battery voltage
9 (G/W) 10 (G)
Audio sound signal
rear LH
Output ON Receive audio signal
11 (L) 12 (R)
Audio sound signal
rear RH
Output ON Receive audio signal
13 (L/R) 14 (L/W)
Audio sound signal
front LH
Output ON Receive audio signal
15 (W/B) 16 (G/B)
Audio sound signal
front RH
Output ON Receive audio signal
17 (B) Ground Ground ON Approx. 0V
18 (W) 2 (B)
Audio sound signal
woofer 1
Output ON Receive audio signal
19 (B/P) 3 (O)
Audio sound signal
woofer 2
Output ON Receive audio signal
SKIB3609E
SKIB3609E
SKIB3609E
SKIB3609E
SKIB3609E
SKIB3609E
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AUDIO

24 (L) 23 (B/W)
Audio sound signal
rear RH
Input ON Receive audio signal
26 (O) 25 (Y)
Audio sound signal
rear LH
Input ON Receive audio signal
28 (Y) 27 (BR)
Audio sound signal
front RH
Input ON Receive audio signal
30 (W) 29 (B)
Audio sound signal
front LH
Input ON Receive audio signal
31 (G/W) Ground Control signal (SWB+) Input ON Approx. 12V
Terminal
(Wire color)
Item
Signal
input/
output
Condition
Reference value
+
Ignition
switch
Operation
SKIB3609E
SKIB3609E
SKIB3609E
SKIB3609E
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Terminals and Reference Value for BOSE Speaker Amp. (RHD Models) EKS00JR2
Terminal
(Wire color)
Item
Signal
input/
output
Condition
Reference value
+
Ignition
switch
Operation
1 (Y) Ground Battery power supply Input OFF Battery voltage
9 (L) 10 (R)
Audio sound signal
rear RH
Output ON Receive audio signal
11 (G/W) 12 (G)
Audio sound signal
rear LH
Output ON Receive audio signal
13 (W/B) 14 (G/B)
Audio sound signal
front RH
Output ON Receive audio signal
15 (L/B) 16 (L/W)
Audio sound signal
front LH
Output ON Receive audio signal
17 (B) Ground Ground ON Approx. 0V
18 (W) 2 (B)
Audio sound signal
woofer 1
Output ON Receive audio signal
19 (B/P) 3 (O)
Audio sound signal
woofer 2
Output ON Receive audio signal
SKIB3609E
SKIB3609E
SKIB3609E
SKIB3609E
SKIB3609E
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24 (O) 23 (Y)
Audio sound signal
rear LH
Input ON Receive audio signal
26 (L) 25 (B/W)
Audio sound signal
rear RH
Input ON Receive audio signal
28 (W) 27 (B)
Audio sound signal
front LH
Input ON Receive audio signal
30 (Y) 29 (BR)
Audio sound signal
front RH
Input ON Receive audio signal
31 (G/W) Ground
Control
signal (SWB+)
Input ON Approx. 12V
Terminal
(Wire color)
Item
Signal
input/
output
Condition
Reference value
+
Ignition
switch
Operation
SKIB3609E
SKIB3609E
SKIB3609E
SKIB3609E
AUDIO
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Trouble Diagnosis EKS00JR4
The majority of the audio malfunctions are the result of outside causes (bad CD/cassette, electromagnetic
interference, etc.). Check the symptoms below to diagnose the malfunction.
MALFUNCTION WITH RADIO, TAPE AND CD
Symptom Check item
Inoperative
G Audio unit power supply circuit. Refer to AV-34, "Power Supply Check
for Audio unit" .
G Audio unit
Audio steering wheel switch does not operate Refer to AV-37, "Audio Steering Wheel Switch Does Not Operate" .
One or several speakers do not sound
G Open or short in sound signal circuit between audio unit and BOSE
speaker amp.
G Open or short in sound signal circuit between BOSE speaker amp. and
speaker.
G Front door speaker
G Rear door speaker
G Tweeter
G Woofer
G BOSE speaker amp.
G Audio unit
All speakers do not sound
G BOSE speaker amp. power supply and ground circuit. Refer to AV-35,
"Power Supply and Ground Circuit Check for BOSE Speaker Amp." .
G BOSE speaker amp. ON signal
G BOSE speaker amp.
G Audio unit
Speed sensitive volume system does not function
G Vehicle speed signal. Refer to AV-36, "Vehicle Speed Signal Check" .
G Audio unit
Poor sound
G Audio unit
G BOSE speaker amp.
G Speaker
G Tweeter
G Woofer
Noisy
G Audio unit
G BOSE speaker amp.
G Each electrical equipment
AV-32
AUDIO

FOR RADIO ONLY
NOTE:
Noise resulting from variations in field strength, such as fading noise and multi-path noise, or external noise
from trains and other sources. It is not a malfunction.
G Fading noise: This noise occurs because of variations in the field strength in a narrow range due to moun-
tains or buildings blocking the signal.
G Multi-path noise: This noise results from the waves sent directly from the broadcast station arriving at the
antenna at a different time from the waves which reflect off of mountains or buildings.
FOR CASSETTE PLAYER ONLY
FOR CD ONLY
Symptom Check item
No sound
G Audio unit
G Antenna amp. ON signal
G Antenna feeder
G Antenna amp.
Noisy
G Audio unit
G Antenna amp. ON signal
G Antenna feeder
G Antenna amp.
G Noise prevention parts
G Each electrical equipment
G Wire harness of each piece of electrical equipment
Symptom Check item
Cassette tape cannot be inserted
G Cassette tape
G Audio unit
Cassette tape cannot be ejected
Auto reverse does not work, or the tape direction
changes in the middle of play
There is much noise
The sound is not clear
Sound fluctuates/tape speed not correct
No sound
Symptom Check item
CD cannot be inserted
G CD
G Audio unit
CD cannot be ejected
The CD cannot be played
The sound skips, stops suddenly, or is distorted
AUDIO
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Noise Inspection EKS00JR5
The vehicle itself can be a source of noise if noise prevention parts or electrical equipment is malfunction.
Check if noise is caused and/or changed by engine speed, ignition switch turned to each position, and opera-
tion of each piece of electrical equipment, and determine the cause.
NOTE:
The source of the noise can be found easily by listening to the noise while removing the fuses of electrical
components, one by one.
TYPE OF NOISE AND POSSIBLE CAUSE
Occurrence condition Check item
Occurs only when engine is ON.
A continuous growling noise occurs. The speed of
the noise varies with changes in the engine speed.
G Ignition condenser
A whistling noise occurs while the engine speed is
high. A booming noise occurs while the engine is
running and the lighting switch is ON.
G Alternator
The occurrence of the noise is linked with the operation of the fuel pump. G Fuel pump condenser
Noise only occurs when various
electrical components are oper-
ating.
A cracking or snapping sound occurs with the
operation of various switches.
G Relay malfunction, audio unit malfunction
The noise occurs when various motors are operat-
ing.
G Motor case ground
G Motor
The noise occurs constantly, not just under certain conditions.
G Poor ground of antenna amp. or antenna
feeder line
A cracking or snapping sound occurs while the vehicle is being driven, especially
when it is vibrating excessively.
G Ground wire of body parts
G Ground due to incorrect installation of parts
G Wiring connections or a short circuit
AV-34
AUDIO

Power Supply Check for Audio unit EKS00JR6
1. CHECK FUSE
Make sure that the following fuses of the audio unit are not blown.
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 2.
NG >> If fuse is blown, be sure to eliminate cause of malfunction before installing new fuse. Refer to PG-
3, "POWER SUPPLY ROUTING CIRCUIT" .
2. CHECK POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT
Check voltage between audio unit harness connector terminals and
ground.
OK or NG
OK >> INSPECTION END
NG >> Repair harness or connector.
Unit Signal Fuse No.
Audio unit
Battery power supply 38
Ignition switch ACC or ON 6
Terminals
OFF ACC ON (+)
()
Connector Terminal
M44
6 Ground
Battery
voltage
Battery
voltage
Battery
voltage
10 Ground 0V
Battery
voltage
Battery
voltage
SKIB3983E
AUDIO
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Power Supply and Ground Circuit Check for BOSE Speaker Amp. EKS00JR7
1. CHECK FUSE
Make sure that the following fuse of the BOSE speaker amp. is not blown.
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 2.
NG >> If fuse is blown, be sure to eliminate cause of malfunction before installing new fuse. Refer to PG-
3, "POWER SUPPLY ROUTING CIRCUIT" .
2. CHECK POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT
Check voltage between BOSE speaker amp. harness connector ter-
minal and ground.
*: B114 (LHD models), B13 (RHD models)
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 3.
NG >> Repair harness or connector.
3. CHECK GROUND CIRCUIT
1. Turn ignition switch OFF.
2. Disconnect BOSE speaker amp. connector.
3. Check continuity between BOSE speaker amp. harness connec-
tor B114 (LHD models), B13 (RHD models) terminal 17 and
ground.
OK or NG
OK >> INSPECTION END
NG >> Repair harness or connector.
Unit Signal Fuse No.
BOSE speaker amp. Battery power supply 38
Terminals
OFF ACC ON (+)
()
Connector Terminal
(*) 1 Ground
Battery
voltage
Battery
voltage
Battery
voltage
SKIB3984E
17 Ground : Continuity should exist.
SKIB3985E
AV-36
AUDIO

Vehicle Speed Signal Check EKS00JRF
1. CHECK SPEEDOMETER FUNCTION
Does speedometer is operated normally?
YES or NO
YES >> GO TO 2.
NO >> Check combination meter trouble diagnosis. Refer to DI-18, "Vehicle Speed Signal Inspection" .
2. CHECK HARNESS
1. Turn ignition switch OFF.
2. Disconnect audio unit and unified meter and A/C amp. connectors.
3. Check continuity between audio unit harness connector M46 ter-
minal 22 and unified meter and A/C amp. harness connector
M50 terminal 34.
4. Check continuity between audio unit harness connector M46 ter-
minal 22 and ground.
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 3.
NG >> Repair harness or connector.
3. CHECK VEHICLE SPEED SIGNAL
1. Connect audio unit and unified meter and A/C amp. connectors.
2. Start engine and drive vehicle at more than 25 MPH (40 km/h).
3. Check voltage waveform between audio unit harness connector
M46 terminal 22 and ground using CONSULT-ll or oscilloscope.
OK or NG
OK >> INSPECTION END
NG >> Replace unified meter and A/C amp. Refer to DI-36, "Removal and Installation of Unified Meter
and A/C Amp." .
22 34 : Continuity should exist.
22 Ground : Continuity should not exist.
SKIB3986E
22 Ground:
NOTE:
Maximum voltage may be 5V due to
specifications (connected units).
SKIB3987E
SKIB4402E
AUDIO
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Audio Steering Wheel Switch Does Not Operate EKS00JR8
1. CHECK AUDIO STEERING WHEEL SWITCH RESISTANCE
1. Turn ignition switch OFF.
2. Disconnect combination switch (spiral cable) connector.
3. Check resistance between audio steering wheel switch harness
connector terminals.
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 2.
NG >> Replace audio steering wheel switch.
2. CHECK SPIRAL CABLE
1. Disconnect combination switch (spiral cable) connector.
2. Check continuity between combination switch (spiral cable) con-
nector terminals 16, 17, 20 and connector terminals 32, 31, 24.
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 3.
NG >> Replace spiral cable.
3. CHECK HARNESS
1. Disconnect audio unit connector.
2. Check continuity between audio unit harness connector M46 ter-
minals 26, 27, 29 and combination switch (spiral cable) harness
connector M31 terminals 24, 32, 31.
3. Check continuity between audio unit harness connector M46 ter-
minals 26, 27 and ground.
OK or NG
OK >> Replace audio unit.
NG >> Repair harness or connector.
Terminal Signal name Condition Resistance ()
16
17
Power Keep pushing POWER switch. Approx. 0
Seek down
Keep pushing SEEK DOWN
switch.
Approx. 165
Volume down Keep pushing VOL DOWN switch. Approx. 652
20
Mode Keep pushing MODE switch. Approx. 0
Seek up Keep pushing SEEK UP switch. Approx. 165
Volume up Keep pushing VOL UP switch. Approx. 652
SKIB3988E
16 32 : Continuity should exist.
17 31 : Continuity should exist.
20 24 : Continuity should exist.
SKIB3989E
26 24 : Continuity should exist.
27 32 : Continuity should exist.
29 31 : Continuity should exist.
26, 27 Ground : Continuity should not exist.
SKIB3990E
AV-38
AUDIO

Removal and Installation of Audio Unit EKS00JRH
REMOVAL
1. Remove center ventilator. Refer to IP-10, "INSTRUMENT PANEL ASSEMBLY" .
2. Remove instrument stay cover (LH/RH). Refer to IP-10, "INSTRUMENT PANEL ASSEMBLY" .
3. Remove screws (2).
4. Remove screws (2).
5. Remove cluster lid C and audio unit.
6. Remove screws (4) and disconnect A/C controller connector.
Then remove audio unit from cluster lid C.
7. Remove audio unit screws (8), unified meter and A/C amp.
screws (2) and remove bracket.
CAUTION:
Use appropriate screws for each, as screws for audio unit
are different from that for unified meter and A/C amp.
INSTALLATION
Installation is the reverse order of removal.
SKIB3486E
SKIB3487E
SKIB3488E
SKIB3489E
AUDIO
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Removal and Installation of Audio Steering Wheel Switch EKS00JRJ
REMOVAL
1. Remove steering wheel. Refer to PS-9, "Removal and Installation" .
2. Remove steering wheel cover.
3. Remove screws (2) and remove audio steering wheel switch.
INSTALLATION
Installation is the reverse order of removal.
Removal and Installation of Front Door Speaker EKS00JRL
REMOVAL
1. Remove door finisher. Refer to EI-29, "DOOR FINISHER" .
2. Remove screws (3) and remove speaker.
INSTALLATION
Installation is the reverse order of removal.
Removal and Installation of Rear Door Speaker EKS00JRN
REMOVAL
1. Remove door finisher. Refer to EI-29, "DOOR FINISHER" .
2. Remove screws (3) and remove speaker.
INSTALLATION
Installation is the reverse order of removal.
SKIB0039E
SKIB3490E
PKIA2457E
AV-40
AUDIO

Removal and Installation of Tweeter EKS00JRO
REMOVAL
1. Remove side ventilator assembly. Refer to IP-10, "INSTRUMENT PANEL ASSEMBLY" .
2. Remove instrument side finisher. Refer to IP-10, "INSTRUMENT PANEL ASSEMBLY" .
3. Remove screws (2) and remove tweeter.
INSTALLATION
Installation is the reverse order of removal.
Removal and Installation of Woofer EKS00JRP
REMOVAL
1. Open luggage floor board.
2. Remove woofer clamp and remove connector.
3. Remove woofer.
INSTALLATION
Installation is the reverse order of removal.
PKIA2458E
PKIA2459E
AUDIO
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Removal and Installation of BOSE Speaker Amp. EKS00JRQ
REMOVAL
1. Remove luggage floor finisher (front). Refer to EI-36, "LUGGAGE FLOOR TRIM" .
2. Remove screws (4) and connectors (2) and remove BOSE
speaker amp. from luggage floor.
3. Remove screws (4) and remove bracket.
INSTALLATION
Installation is the reverse order of removal.
PKIA2460E
PKIA2461E
AV-42
AUDIO ANTENNA

AUDIO ANTENNA PFP:28200
Location of Antenna EKS00JRR
LHD MODELS
SKIB3507E
AUDIO ANTENNA
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RHD MODELS
Removal and Installation of Roof Antenna (LHD Models) EKS00JRS
REMOVAL
1. Remove headlining. Refer to EI-34, "HEADLINING" .
2. Remove nut and antenna base.
3. Remove instrument panel. Refer to IP-10, "INSTRUMENT PANEL ASSEMBLY" .
4. Remove antenna feeder (upper) and antenna feeder (lower).
5. Remove clips (5), and separate antenna feeder (upper) from vehicle.
INSTALLATION
Installation is the reverse order of removal.
SKIB3508E
PKIA2463E
AV-44
AUDIO ANTENNA

Removal and Installation of Roof Antenna (RHD Models) EKS00JVF
REMOVAL
1. Remove headlining. Refer to EI-34, "HEADLINING" .
2. Remove nut and antenna base.
3. Remove instrument panel. Refer to IP-10, "INSTRUMENT PANEL ASSEMBLY" .
4. Remove antenna feeder (upper) and antenna feeder (lower).
5. Remove clips (5), and separate antenna feeder (upper) from vehicle.
INSTALLATION
Installation is the reverse order of removal.
SKIB3509E
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
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NAVIGATION SYSTEM PFP:25915
System Description EKS00JRT
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
Location Detection Principle
The navigation system periodically calculates the vehicle's current
position according to the following three signals:
G Travel distance of the vehicle as determined by the vehicle
speed sensor
G Turning angle of the vehicle as determined by the gyroscope
(angular velocity sensor)
G Direction of vehicle travel as determined by the GPS antenna
(GPS information)
The current position of the vehicle is then identified by comparing the
calculated vehicle position with map data read from the map DVD-
ROM, which is stored in the DVD-ROM drive (map-matching), and
indicated on the screen as a vehicle mark. More accurate data is judged and used by comparing vehicle posi-
tion detection results found by the GPS with the result by map-matching.
The current vehicle position will be calculated by detecting the dis-
tance the vehicle moved from the previous calculation point and its
direction.
G Travel distance
Travel distance calculations are based on the vehicle speed
sensor input signal. Therefore, the calculation may become
incorrect as the tires wear down. To prevent this, an automatic
distance correction function has been adopted.
G Travel direction
Change in the travel direction of the vehicle is calculated by a
gyroscope (angular velocity sensor) and a GPS antenna (GPS
information). They have both advantages and disadvantages.
More accurate traveling direction is detected because priorities are set for the signals from these two
devices according to the situation.
SKIB1058E
SEL684V
Type Advantage Disadvantage
Gyroscope
(angular velocity sensor)
Can detect the vehicle's turning angle quite
accurately.
Direction errors may accumulate when vehicle is
driven for long distances without stopping.
GPS antenna
(GPS information)
Can detect the vehicle's travel direction
(North/South/East/West).
Correct direction cannot be detected when vehi-
cle speed is low.
AV-46
NAVIGATION SYSTEM

Map-Matching
Map-matching compares a current location detected by the method
in the Location Detection Principle (refer to AV-45 ) with a road map
data from Map DVD-ROM stored in DVD-ROM drive.
NOTE:
The road map data is based on data stored in the map DVD-ROM.
The vehicle position may not be corrected under the following circumstances and after driving for a certain
time when GPS information is difficult to receive. In this case, the vehicle mark on the display must be cor-
rected manually.
G In map-matching, alternative routes to reach the destination will
be shown and prioritized, after the road on which the vehicle is
currently driven has been judged and the vehicle mark has been
repositioned.
If there is an error in distance and/or direction, alternative routes
will be shown in different order of priority, and the incorrect road
can be avoided.
If two roads are running in parallel, they are of the same priority.
Therefore, the vehicle mark may appear on either of them alter-
nately, depending on maneuvering of the steering wheel and
configuration of the road.
G Map-matching does not function correctly when a road on which
the vehicle is driving is new and not recorded in the map DVD-
ROM, or when road pattern stored in the map data and the
actual road pattern are different due to repair.
When driving on a road not present in the map, the map-match-
ing function may find another road and position the vehicle mark
on it. Then, when the correct road is detected, the vehicle mark
may change to it.
G Effective range for comparing the vehicle position and travel
direction calculated by the distance and direction with the road
data read from the map DVD-ROM is limited. Therefore, when
there is an excessive gap between current vehicle position and
the position on the map, correction by map-matching is not possible.
SEL685V
SEL686V
SKIA0613E
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
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GPS (Global Positioning System)
GPS (Global Positioning System) was developed for and is con-
trolled by the US Department of Defense. The system utilizes GPS
satellites (NAVSTAR), sending out radio waves while flying on an
orbit around the earth at an altitude of approximately 21,000 km
(13,100 miles).
The GPS receiver calculates the vehicle's position in three dimen-
sions (latitude/longitude/altitude) according to the time lag of the
radio waves received from four or more GPS satellites (three-dimen-
sional positioning). If radio waves were received only from three
GPS satellites, the GPS receiver calculates the vehicle's position in
two dimensions (latitude/longitude), utilizing the altitude data calcu-
lated previously with radio waves from four or more GPS satellites
(two-dimensional positioning).
Position correction by GPS is not available while the vehicle is stopped.
Accuracy of GPS will deteriorate under the following conditions:
G In two-dimensional positioning, GPS accuracy will deteriorate when altitude of the vehicle position
changes.
G The accuracy can be even lower depending on the arrangement of the GPS satellites utilized for the posi-
tioning.
G Position detection is not possible when vehicle is in an area where radio waves from the GPS satellite do
not reach, such as in a tunnel, parking lot in a building, and under an elevated highway. Radio waves from
the GPS satellites may not be received when some object is located over the GPS antenna.
NOTE:
G Even a high-precision three dimensional positioning, the detection result has an error about 10 m (30 ft).
G Because the signals of GPS satellite is controlled by the Tracking and Control Center in the United States,
the accuracy may be degraded lower intentionally or the radio waves may stop.
Traffic Information (RDS-TMC)
The Traffic Information broadcast allows to you to avoid delays due to traffic incidents.
Traffic jams, roadwork, closed roads around your current location, etc. are represented graphically on the map
by icons depicting the nature of the event.
Incidents on the route are automatically brought to your attention when they are approached.
The Traffic Information feature gives you the opportunity to forecast traffic incidents, determine how serious
they are and, via the guidance mode, allows you to detour around traffic problems.
The navigation system receives traffic information from best available sources and enables the RDS-TMC
(Radio Data System-Traffic Message Channel) to inform and guide you.
The RDS-TMC broadcast is fed by a dedicated FM tuner so that you can still tune your radio station while Traf-
fic Information is being broadcasted.
REAR VIEW MONITOR
G A rear view monitor was set to vehicle, which can check rearward on screen when backing up the vehicle.
G The sense of vehicle width and sense of distance between vehicle and objects were set to be easier to get
by combining guideline of distances and rear end to the rear view screen.
G Image quality of the rear view image and of the navigation screen can be adjusted separately.
SEL526V
AV-48
NAVIGATION SYSTEM

Component Description EKS00JRU
NAVI CONTROL UNIT
G The gyro (angular speed sensor) and the DVD-ROM drive are
built-in units that control the navigation functions.
G Signals are received from the gyro, the vehicle speed sensor,
and the GPS antenna. Vehicle location is determined by com-
bining this data with the data contained in the DVD-ROM map.
Location information is shown on liquid crystal display panel.
DVD-ROM Drive
Maps, traffic control regulations, and other pertinent information can
be easily read from the DVD-ROM disc.
Map DVD-ROM
G The map DVD-ROM has maps, traffic control regulations, and other pertinent information.
G To improve DVD-ROM map matching and route determination functions, the DVD-ROM uses an exclusive
Nissan format. Therefore, the use of a DVD-ROM provided by other manufacturers cannot be used.
Gyro (Angular Speed Sensor)
G The oscillator gyro sensor is used to detect changes in vehicle steering angle.
G The gyro is built into the navigation (NAVI) control unit.
GPS ANTENNA
The GPS antenna receives and amplifies the radio waves from the GPS satellites, and then transmits the GPS
signal to NAVI control unit.
PKIA0248E
PKIA0249E
SKIB3585E
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
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DISPLAY
G Images on the display include RGB image such as map screen
and rear view image displayed when setting the select lever to R
range.
G NAVI control unit controls images on the display.
NAVI SWITCH
G NAVI switch connects to the display and transfer unit with com-
munication lines. NAVI switch transmits the demand signal and
the response signal with the serial transmission.
G Communication form of the operation signal is conversed in
transfer unit to NAVI switch. The operation signal is transmitted
to NAVI control unit.
TRANSFER UNIT
G Transfer unit interfaces the communication signal among NAVI
switch, display and transfer unit to the communication signal
between transfer unit and NAVI control unit.
G Transfer unit outputs ON signal and voice guidance signal to
voice change relay.
VOICE CHANGE RELAY
Voice change relay converses the voice signal transmitted from audio unit through BOSE speaker amp. and
the voice guidance signal transmitted from NAVI control unit through transfer unit. And voice change relay out-
puts the voice signal and the voice guidance signal to driver-side speaker.
SKIB3586E
SKIB3586E
SKIB3587E
SKIB3588E
AV-50
NAVIGATION SYSTEM

TMC TUNER
TMC tuner connects to NAVI control unit with a communication line. TMC tuner transmits traffic message
channel information to NAVI control unit, and indicates the traffic message channel information on the display.
Also TMC tuner receives the receivable channel list from NAVI control unit.
REAR VIEW CAMERA
G Rear view camera transmits rear view image signals as revers-
ing gear to the display screen through the rear view camera con-
trol unit.
G The rear view image is a mirror image reversed left and right
that is the same as seeing rear side with a room mirror.
REAR VIEW CAMERA CONTROL UNIT
G Rear view camera control unit supplies power to the rear view
camera, and then transmits the rear view image from the rear
view camera to the display screen when reverse signal is input.
G Guiding lines of vehicle width and distance from rear end are
composited and displayed on rear view image.
SKIB3588E
SKIB3589E
SKIB3590E
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
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System Operation Description EKS00JRV
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
Here is an example of functions. For details, refer to the owner's manual or navigation system owner's manual.
MAP VIEWING STYLE
G The NISSAN Navigation System gives you a choice of two map viewing styles, a normal 2-dimensional
PLAN VIEW map and 3-dimensional BIRDVIEW

map.
G The 3-dimensional BIRDVIEW

map depicts a geographic area as seen from an elevated perspective.


PLAN VIEW Map
BIRDVIEW

Map
Description
G Display area: Trapezoidal representation showing approximate
distances (Wn, D, and Wd).
G Ten horizontal grid lines indicate display width while six vertical
grid lines indicate display depth and direction.
G Pushing the ZOOM IN button during operation displays the
scale change and the view point height on the left side of the
screen.
The height of the view point increases or decreases when
ZOOM or WIDE is selected with the joystick.
SKIA1377E
SKIA1378E
SKIA5613E
AV-52
NAVIGATION SYSTEM

MAP DISPLAY
Function of each icon is as follows:
1. Direction indicator
G This indicates the direction of the map.
2. Vehicle mark (cross pointer)
G This indicates your vehicle position and the direction of travel.
3. GPS indicator
G This indicates the strength of the GPS signal received.
4. Distance indicator
G This indicates the distance on the screen according to the
map scale.
SKIA1379E
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
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FUNCTION OF NAVI SWITCH
DEST Button
This key is used to set the destination (and way points).
G Easy Mode
G Expert Mode
The function of each icon is as follows:
MAP Button
The map will be displayed.
SKIA9542E
SKIA9142E
Icon
Mode
Description
Easy Expert
Address Book Use this category item if you want to go to places stored in the address book.
Address (City / Street)
Use this category item if you know the city name, street name and house number of the
destination (and way points).
Point of Interest (POI) Use this category item if you want to go to a restaurant, hotel, gas station or other facility.
Phone Number Use this category item when the destination phone number is known.
Previous Dest. The ten previous destinations are registered automatically, thereby deleting the older ones.
Intersection Sets a destination using the intersection of 2 streets.
City Centre Sets the destination (way point) on the map screen of the area around the input city.
Map Use this category item if you want to choose the place directly on the map display.
Home
When you set your home in the address book, a route home will be calculated by selecting
this key.
Help You can see the explanation of the navigational functions.
AV-54
NAVIGATION SYSTEM

ROUTE Button
This key is used to set useful functions for the route guidance to the destination.
G Easy Mode
G Expert Mode
The function of each icon is as follows:
SKIA1382E
SKIA1383E
Icon
Mode
Description
Easy Expert
Quick Stop
This key is used to set the destination (and way points) from a list of commonly used
facilities.
Where am I? This key is used to show the next, current, and previous streets on the screen.
Route Info. This key is used to show the route to the destination in three different ways.
Edit Route This key is used to alter or reset the pre-set destination (and way points).
Route Calculation This key is used to start the route calculation after all the settings are completed.
Help You can see the explanation of the navigational functions.
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
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INFO Button
This button is used to show the drive information and maintenance information on the screen.
G DRIVE INFORMATION screen is displayed when pressing
INFO button once.
G MAINTENANCE INFORMATION screen is displayed when
pressing INFO button twice.
SKIB3592E
SKIB3593E
Display items Display/Setting contents
DRIVE INFORMATION
Elapsed Time Displays driving time with a range of 0:00:00 to 9999:59:59.
Journey Distance Displays journey distance with a range of 0.0 to 99999.9.
Average Speed Displays average speed with a range of 0.0 to 999.9.
MAINTENANCE INFORMATION
Reminder 1
Maintenance intervals of vehicle's consumable and setting of cycles. Reminder 2
Reminder 3
AV-56
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SETTING Button
This button is used to set various navigational functions for conve-
nient use.
The function of each icon is as follows:
VOICE Button
When the guidance volume is set off, and the VOICE button is pushed, the guidance volume will be set to
ON, and the system will announce the current vehicle location.
BACK Button
This button has two functions:
To return to the previous screen
G When this key is pushed during set-up, set-up will be cancelled, and the screen display will return to the
previous screen.
To finish the set-up
G When this key is pushed after set-up is completed, the settings will be renewed as directed, and the
screen will return to the map.
ZOOM IN/ZOOM OUT Button
Use the ZOOM IN/ZOOM OUT button to change the scale of the display and height view.
CANCEL Button
This button has two functions:
G Operation is cancelled when pushed during operation.
G The CONFIRMATION screen is displayed during route guidance in the present location map.
DAY/NIGHT Button
To change the display brightness, push the button.
SKIA9143E
Icon Description
Display The key also adjusts the display Brightness/Contrast/Map Background.
Language This key is used to choose one of the languages shown on the display.
Navigation Changes various settings of the navigation system.
Navigation Expert Mode This key changes between Expert Mode and Easy Mode.
Guidance Volume Adjusts or turns off volume of the voice guidance.
Help (only easy mode) You can see the explanation of the navigational functions.
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
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REAR VIEW SCREEN
When A/T selector lever is in R position, rear view image is dis-
played on the display.
Image Quality Adjustment
G When pushing SETTING switch at rear view image, image
quality can be adjusted.
G The image quality of the rear view image and the image quality
of the RGB image can be separately set. And then, it can be
separately set when lighting switch is ON or OFF.
SKIB3594E
SKIB3595E
AV-58
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Component Parts and Harness Connector Location EKS00JRY
LHD MODELS
SKIB3534E
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
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RHD MODELS
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AV-60
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Schematic NAVI EKS00JRZ
TKWB1346E
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
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Wiring Diagram NAVI / LHD Models EKS00JS0
TKWB1347E
AV-62
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TKWB1348E
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
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TKWB1349E
AV-64
NAVIGATION SYSTEM

TKWB1350E
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
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TKWB1351E
AV-66
NAVIGATION SYSTEM

TKWB1352E
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
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TKWB1353E
AV-68
NAVIGATION SYSTEM

Wiring Diagram NAVI / RHD Models EKS00JS2
TKWB1354E
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
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TKWB1355E
AV-70
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TKWB1356E
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
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TKWB1357E
AV-72
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TKWB1358E
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
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TKWB1359E
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NAVIGATION SYSTEM
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Terminals and Reference Value for NAVI Control Unit EKS00JS3
Terminal
(Wire color)
Item
Signal
input/
output
Condition
Reference value
+
Ignition
switch
Operation
1 (B) Ground Ground ON Approx. 0V
2 (Y)
Ground Battery power supply Input OFF Battery voltage
3 (Y)
4 (B) Ground Ground ON Approx. 0V
6 (P/B) Ground ACC power supply Input ACC Battery voltage
7 (G) 8 (R) Voice guidance signal Output ON Push VOICE button
9 Shield
11 (GY/L) Ground
Vertical synchronizing
(VP) signal
Input ON
Set the selector lever in R
position, and then display
the rear view image
12 (G)
*1
(Y)
*2
Ground RGB area (YS) signal Output ON
Set the selector lever in R
position, and then display
the rear view image
Other than the above
13 (LG) Ground
Horizontal
synchronizing (HP)
signal
Input ON
Set the selector lever in R
position, and then display
the rear view image
15 (R) Ground RGB signal (B: blue) Output ON
Start Confirmation/Adjust-
ment mode, and then dis-
play color bar by selecting
Display Color Spectrum
Bar on DISPLAY DIAGNO-
SIS screen
SKIB3597E
SKIB3598E
SKIB3599E
SKIB3600E
SKIB3601E
SKIB3602E
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16 (L) Ground
RGB synchronizing
signal
Output ON
18 (BR) Ground RGB signal (R: red) Output ON
Start Confirmation/Adjust-
ment mode, and then dis-
play color bar by selecting
Display Color Spectrum
Bar on DISPLAY DIAGNO-
SIS screen
19 Shield
21 (W) Ground RGB signal (G: green) Output ON
Start Confirmation/Adjust-
ment mode, and then dis-
play color bar by selecting
Display Color Spectrum
Bar on DISPLAY DIAGNO-
SIS screen
22 (V/W) Ground
Camera-connection
recognition signal
Input ON
Connected to rear view
camera control unit connec-
tor
Approx. 0V
Not connected to rear view
camera control unit connec-
tor
Approx. 5V
25 (R/L) Ground Illumination signal Input ON
Lighting switch ON Approx. 12V
Lighting switch OFF Approx. 0V
26 (G) Ground Ignition signal Input ON Battery voltage
27 (G/W) Ground Reverse signal Input ON
Selector lever in R position Approx. 12V
Other than selector lever in
R position
Approx. 0V
28 (V/W) Ground
Vehicle speed signal
(8-pulse)
Input ON
When vehicle speed is
approx. 40 km/h (25 MPH)
NOTE:
Maximum voltage may be 5V
due to specifications (connected
units).
43 Shield
Terminal
(Wire color)
Item
Signal
input/
output
Condition
Reference value
+
Ignition
switch
Operation
SKIB3603E
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SKIB3605E
PKIA1935E
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
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*1: LHD models
*2: RHD models
44 (BR) Ground
Communication
signal (+)
Input/
Output
ON
45 (Y) Ground
Communication
signal ()
Input/
Output
ON
46 Shield
47 (B/R) Ground
Communication
signal (+)
Input/
Output
ON
48 (LG) Ground
Communication
signal ()
Input/
Output
ON
66 Ground GPS signal Input ON Connector is not connected Approx. 5V
67 Shield
Terminal
(Wire color)
Item
Signal
input/
output
Condition
Reference value
+
Ignition
switch
Operation
SKIA0175E
SKIA0176E
SKIA0175E
SKIA0176E
AV-78
NAVIGATION SYSTEM

Terminals and Reference Value for Display EKS00JS5
Terminal
(Wire color)
Item
Signal
input/
output
Condition
Reference value
+
Ignition
switch
Operation
1 (BR) Ground RGB signal (R: red) Input ON
Start Confirmation/Adjust-
ment mode, and then dis-
play color bar by selecting
Display Color Spectrum
Bar on DISPLAY DIAGNO-
SIS screen
2 (W) Ground RGB signal (G: green) Input ON
Start Confirmation/Adjust-
ment mode, and then dis-
play color bar by selecting
Display Color Spectrum
Bar on DISPLAY DIAGNO-
SIS screen
3 (R) Ground RGB signal (B: blue) Input ON
Start Confirmation/Adjust-
ment mode, and then dis-
play color bar by selecting
Display Color Spectrum
Bar on DISPLAY DIAGNO-
SIS screen
4 Shield
5 (LG) Ground
Horizontal
synchronizing (HP)
signal
Output ON
Set the selector lever in R
position, and then display
the rear view image
6 (GY/L) Ground
Vertical synchronizing
(VP) signal
Output ON
Set the selector lever in R
position, and then display
the rear view image
7 (L) Ground
RGB synchronizing
signal
Input ON
SKIB3604E
SKIB3605E
SKIB3602E
SKIB3601E
SKIB3598E
SKIB3603E
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
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*1: LHD models
*2: RHD models
8 (G)
*1
(Y)
*2
Ground RGB area (YS) signal Input ON
Set the selector lever in R
position, and then display
the rear view image
Other than the above
15 (R) Ground
Communication
signal (DISP-SW)
Output ON
16 (L) Ground
Communication
signal (NAVI-DISP)
Input ON
17 Shield
18 (R) Ground
Rear view image
signal
Input ON
Set the selector lever in R
position, and then display
the rear view image
19 (P/B) Ground ACC power supply Input ACC Battery voltage
20 Shield
21 (Y) Ground Battery power supply Input OFF Battery voltage
22 (B) Ground Ground ON Approx. 0V
23 (Y) Ground Battery power supply Input OFF Battery voltage
24 (B) Ground Ground ON Approx. 0V
Terminal
(Wire color)
Item
Signal
input/
output
Condition
Reference value
+
Ignition
switch
Operation
SKIB3599E
SKIB3600E
SKIB3606E
SKIB3607E
SKIB3608E
AV-80
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Terminals and Reference Value for Transfer Unit EKS00JS4
Terminal
(Wire color)
Item
Signal
input/
output
Condition
Reference value
+
Ignition
switch
Operation
1 (G/Y) 2 (L/Y) Voice guidance signal Output ON Push VOICE button
6 (P) 4 (B/W)
Voice change relay
ON signal
Output ON Push VOICE button
7 Shield
8 (G) 10 (R) Voice guidance signal Input ON Push VOICE button
9 Shield
11 (BR) Ground
Communication
signal (+)
Input/
Output
ON
13 (Y) Ground
Communication
signal ()
Input/
Output
ON
15 Shield
18 (G) Ground
Communication
signal (SW-NAVI)
Input ON
19 Shield
SKIB3609E
SKIB3610E
SKIB3597E
SKIA0175E
SKIA0176E
SKIB3611E
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
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Terminals and Reference Value for NAVI Switch EKS00JS6
20 (L) Ground
Communication
signal (NAVI-DISP)
Output ON
25 (B) Ground Ground ON Approx. 0V
27 (B) Ground Ground ON Approx. 0V
29 (P/B) Ground ACC power supply Input ACC Battery voltage
31 (Y) Ground Battery power supply Input OFF Battery voltage
32 (Y) Ground Battery power supply Input OFF Battery voltage
Terminal
(Wire color)
Item
Signal
input/
output
Condition
Reference value
+
Ignition
switch
Operation
SKIB3607E
Terminal
(Wire color)
Item
Signal
input/
output
Condition
Reference value
+
Ignition
switch
Operation
1 (P/B) Ground ACC power supply Input ACC Battery voltage
2 (R/L) 3 (B) Illumination signal Input ON
Lighting switch ON Approx. 12V
Lighting switch OFF Approx. 0V
4 (R) Ground
Communication
signal (DISP-SW)
Input ON
5 (G) Ground
Communication
signal (SW-NAVI)
Output ON
6 Shield
7 (B) Ground Ground ON Approx. 0V
SKIB3606E
SKIB3611E
AV-82
NAVIGATION SYSTEM

Terminals and Reference Value for TMC Tuner EKS00K3D
Terminal
(Wire color)
Item
Signal
input/
output
Condition
Reference value
+
Ignition
switch
Operation
1 (B/R) Ground
Communication
signal (+)
Input/
Output
ON
2 (LG) Ground
Communication
signal ()
Input/
Output
ON
3 Shield
5 (Y) Ground Battery power supply Input OFF Battery voltage
7 (P/B) Ground ACC power supply Input ACC Battery voltage
8 (B) Ground Ground ON Approx. 0V
SKIA0175E
SKIA0176E
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
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Terminals and Reference Value for Voice Change Relay EKS00K3E
Terminal
(Wire color)
Item
Signal
input/
output
Condition
Reference value
+
Ignition
switch
Operation
2 (P) 1 (B/W)
Voice change relay
ON signal
Input ON Push VOICE button
3 (Y/R) 5 (Y/B)
Audio sound signal
front LH
Input ON Receive audio signal
4 (L/B) 8 (L/R) Voice guidance signal Output ON Push VOICE button
6 (G/Y) 7 (L/Y) Voice guidance signal Input ON Push VOICE button
SKIB3610E
SKIB3609E
SKIB3609E
SKIB3609E
AV-84
NAVIGATION SYSTEM

Terminals and Reference Value for Rear View Camera Control Unit EKS00JS7
Terminal
(Wire color)
Item
Signal
input/
output
Condition
Reference value
+
Ignition
switch
Operation
1 (Y) Ground Battery power supply Input OFF Battery voltage
2 (P/B) Ground ACC power supply Input ACC Battery voltage
3 (B) Ground Ground ON Approx. 0V
4 (G/W) Ground Reverse signal Input ON
Selector lever in R position Approx. 12V
Other than selector lever in
R position
Approx. 0V
5 (V/W) Ground
Camera-connection
recognition signal
Output ON
Connected to rear view
camera control unit connec-
tor
Approx. 0V
Not connected to rear view
camera control unit connec-
tor
Approx. 5V
6 (O)
Data transmit/receive
signal

8 (L) Ground Camera power supply Output ON
Set the selector lever in R
position, and then display
the rear view image
Approx. 6V
9 Shield
10 (R) Ground
Rear view image
signal
Input ON
Set the selector lever in R
position, and then display
the rear view image
11 Shield
12 (P/L) Ground
Rear view image
signal
Output ON
Set the selector lever in R
position, and then display
the rear view image
SKIB3608E
SKIB3608E
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
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On Board Self-Diagnosis Function EKS00JS8
DESCRIPTION
G Trouble diagnosis function of navigation system has a Self-Diagnosis mode by automatic operation and a
Confirmation/Adjustment mode by manual operation.
G Self-Diagnosis mode checks for connections between the units constituting this system, analyzes each
individual unit at the same time, and displays the results on the display.
G Confirmation/Adjustment mode displays trouble diagnosis that require an operation and a judgment by a
human (auto-decision can not be performed by the system), confirmation of preset value, and an error his-
tory.
DIAGNOSIS ITEM
Self-Diagnosis Mode EKS00JS9
OPERATION PROCEDURE
1. Start the engine.
2. Push and hold MAP and buttons simultaneously for 5
seconds or more.
G Shifting from current screen to previous screen is performed
by pushing BACK button.
Mode Description
Self-Diagnosis
G NAVI Control unit diagnosis (DVD-ROM drive will not be diagnosed when no map
DVD-ROM is in it.).
G Analyzes connection between the NAVI control unit and the GPS antenna con-
nection between the NAVI control unit and each unit, and operation of each unit.
Confirmation/
Adjustment
Display
Color tone and shading of the screen can be checked by the display of a color bar
and a gray scale.
Vehicle Signals
Diagnosis of signals that are input to NAVI control unit can be performed for Vehicle
Speed, Light, IGN (ignition switch), and Reverse.
History of Errors
Malfunctions that occurred in the past are displayed, along with the number of times
each has occurred. Time and location when/where the errors occurred are also dis-
played.
Navigation
Display Longitude
& Latitude
Display the map. Use the joystick to adjust position. Longitude and latitude will be
displayed.
Speed Calibration
Under ordinary conditions, the navigation system distance measuring function will
automatically compensate for minute decreases in wheel and tire diameter caused
by tire wear or low-pressure. Speed calibration immediately restores system accu-
racy in cases such as when distance calibration is needed because of the use of
tire chains in inclement weather.
Angle Adjustment
Corrects difference between actual turning angle of a vehicle and turning angle of
the vehicle mark on the display.
Initialize Location
This mode is for initializing the current location. Use when the vehicle is transported
a long distance on a trailer, etc.
Feature Restriction Setting
Operations of navigation system that are performed while driving can be restricted
by using this function.
SKIB3618E
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3. The initial trouble diagnosis screen will be shown, and items
Self-Diagnosis and Confirmation/Adjustment will become
selective.
4. Perform self-diagnosis by selecting the Self-diagnosis.
G Self-diagnosis screen is displayed, and then self-diagnosis
starts.
G The bar graph visible below self-diagnosis screen displays
progress of the diagnosis.
5. On the diagnosis results screen, each unit name will be colored
according to the diagnosis result, as follows.
NOTE:
G Navigation Unit = NAVI control unit
G Communication Converter = Transfer unit
G Satellite Switch = NAVI switch
G RDS-TMC tuner = TMC tuner
G If multiple malfunctions occur at the same time for a single unit, the screen switch colors are determined
according to the following order of priority: red > yellow > gray.
G Display when it is normal
Between Navigation Unit and GPS antenna, Communication Converter and Display, Display and Satel-
lite Switch are connected in green.
Between Navigation Unit and Communication Converter, Navigation Unit and RDS-TMC tuner are con-
nected in gray.
G Refer to AV-88, "When Malfunctioning Connection Between NAVI Control Unit and TMC Tuner" and
repair the malfunction part unless displayed RDS-TMC Tuner on self-diagnosis screen despite TMC
tuner is installed on the vehicle.
6. Select a switch on the diagnosis results screen, and comments
for the diagnosis results will be shown.
SKIA0381E
SKIA0382E
Green : No malfunctioning.
Yellow : Cannot be judged by self-diagnosis results.
Red : Unit is malfunctioning.
Gray : Diagnosis has not been done.
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SKIB3620E
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
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SELF-DIAGNOSIS RESULT
1. Select the applicable diagnosis number in the quick reference table of diagnosis result.
2. Confirm the estimated malfunction with the diagnosis table, and then perform inspection.
3. Turn ignition switch OFF and perform self-diagnosis again.
Quick Reference Table
Self-Diagnosis Table
Screen switch
Diagnosis No.
Switch color Navigation Unit GPS antenna
Red 1
Gray 2
Yellow
3
4
Diagnosis
No.
Possible cause Reference page
1 NAVI control unit malfunction.
AV-137, "Removal and Installation of NAVI Control Unit
(LHD Models)" or AV-138, "Removal and Installation of
NAVI Control Unit (RHD Models)"
2 No map DVD-ROM is inserted in the NAVI control unit.
AV-89, "When NAVI Control Unit Judges DVD-ROM Is
Not Inserted"
3
NAVI control unit detects that inserted DVD-ROM map malfunc-
tioning or it is impossible to load data from DVD-ROM map.
AV-89, "When NAVI Control Unit Judges Inserted DVD-
ROM Is Abnormal, or When NAVI Control Unit Cannot
Read from the DVD-ROM"
4
Connection between NAVI control unit and GPS antenna is mal-
functioning.
AV-89, "When Malfunctioning Connection Between
NAVI Control Unit and GPS Antenna"
AV-88
NAVIGATION SYSTEM

When Malfunctioning Connection Between NAVI Control Unit and TMC Tuner
EKS00KBM
Symptom: RDS-TMC Tuner is not displayed on self-diagnosis screen.
1. CHECK TMC TUNER POWER SUPPLY AND GROUND CIRCUIT
Check TMC tuner power supply and ground circuit. Refer to AV-110, "Power Supply and Ground Circuit Check
for TMC Tuner" .
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 2.
NG >> Repair malfunctioning parts.
2. CHECK HARNESS
1. Turn ignition switch OFF.
2. Disconnect NAVI control unit and TMC tuner connectors.
3. Check continuity between NAVI control unit harness connector
M63 terminals 47, 48 and TMC tuner harness connector M140
terminals 1, 2.
4. Check continuity between NAVI control unit harness connector
M43 terminals 47, 48 and ground.
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 3.
NG >> Repair harness or connector.
3. CHECK NAVI CONTROL UNIT AND TMC TUNER
1. Replace NAVI control unit or TMC tuner.
2. Turn ignition switch ON.
3. Start self-diagnosis, and check if any malfunction is detected from the self-diagnosis result.
Is any malfunction detected from self-diagnosis result?
YES >> Replace the other unit.
NO >> INSPECTION END
47 1 : Continuity should exist.
48 2 : Continuity should exist.
47, 48 Ground : Continuity should not exist.
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NAVIGATION SYSTEM
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When NAVI Control Unit Judges DVD-ROM Is Not Inserted EKS00JSY
Symptom: Navigation Unit is displayed in gray on self-diagnosis screen.
1. CHECK DVD-ROM
Check if the specified DVD-ROM for this navigation system is inserted appropriately.
OK or NG
OK >> Replace NAVI control unit.
NG >> Insert the specified DVD-ROM for this navigation system.
When NAVI Control Unit Judges Inserted DVD-ROM Is Abnormal, or When NAVI
Control Unit Cannot Read from the DVD-ROM EKS00JSZ
Symptom: Navigation Unit is displayed in yellow on self-diagnosis screen.
1. CHECK DVD-ROM
Check if the inserted DVD-ROM is specified for this navigation system, and the disc is dirt, scratched or warp.
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 2.
NG >> Re-insert the appropriate DVD-ROM.
2. SELF-DIAGNOSIS
Re-insert the DVD-ROM, and perform self-diagnosis again.
Is any malfunction detected from self-diagnosis result?
YES >> Replace NAVI control unit.
NO >> INSPECTION END
When Malfunctioning Connection Between NAVI Control Unit and GPS Antenna
EKS00JT0
Symptom: Navigation Unit, GPS antenna and communication lines between Navigation Unit and GPS
antenna is displayed in yellow on self-diagnosis screen.
1. CHECK GPS ANTENNA
Check if GPS antenna feeder line is snapped or pinched.
Is GPS antenna feeder line normal?
YES >> GO TO 2.
NO >> Replace GPS antenna.
2. SELF-DIAGNOSIS
Replace GPS antenna, and perform self-diagnosis again.
Is any malfunction detected from self-diagnosis result?
YES >> Replace NAVI control unit.
NO >> INSPECTION END
AV-90
NAVIGATION SYSTEM

All Images Are Not Displayed (Navigation System Does Not Start) EKS00K7N
When all images are not displayed (navigation system does not start), malfunctioning parts can be identified
by a beep sound from the system.
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
1. Turn ignition switch ON. Make sure whether or not route guidance start sound which is output from driver-
side speaker comes out 10 seconds after.
2. Push and hold MAP and buttons simultaneously for 5 seconds or more. Make sure whether or not
2 times of beep sound or route guidance start sound comes out.
3. According to the former two steps, select a proper diagnosis No. in the diagnosis result quick reference
table.
4. Find estimated malfunctioning system from the diagnosis No. table and perform check.
*: Unnecessary to push them 5 seconds or more.
Diagnosis Result Quick Reference Table
Procedure 1 Procedure 2
Diagnosis No.
10 seconds after turning ignition switch ON.
Push and hold MAP and buttons simultaneously
for 5 seconds or more.
Route guidance start sound comes out from driver-side
speaker.
Route guidance start sound comes out from driver-side
speaker.
1
No sound comes out. 2
No sound comes out.
Beep sound comes out from NAVI switch at two times.* 3
No sound comes out 4
Diagnosis No. Possible cause Reference page
1
G Display power supply and ground circuit.
G Communication signal between display and NAVI switch.
AV-91, "When Malfunctioning Connec-
tion Between Display and NAVI Switch"
2
G NAVI switch power supply and ground circuit.
G Communication signal between NAVI switch and transfer unit.
AV-92, "When Malfunctioning Connec-
tion Between NAVI Switch and Transfer
Unit"
3
G NAVI control unit power supply and ground circuit.
G Communication signal between NAVI control unit and transfer unit.
AV-93, "When Malfunctioning Connec-
tion Between NAVI Control Unit and
Transfer Unit"
4
G Transfer unit power supply and ground circuit.
G Communication signal between transfer unit and display.
AV-94, "When Malfunctioning Connec-
tion Between Transfer Unit and Display"
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
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When Malfunctioning Connection Between Display and NAVI Switch EKS00JSU
Symptom: Route guidance start sound occurs from driver-side speaker 10 seconds after turning ignition
switch ON and when keeping pressing MAP and button at once more than 5 seconds.
1. CHECK DISPLAY POWER SUPPLY AND GROUND CIRCUIT
Check display power supply and ground circuit. Refer to AV-107, "Power Supply and Ground Circuit Check for
Display" .
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 2.
NG >> Repair malfunctioning parts.
2. CHECK HARNESS
1. Turn ignition switch OFF.
2. Disconnect display and NAVI switch connectors.
3. Check continuity between display harness connector M38 termi-
nal 15 and NAVI switch harness connector M139 terminal 4.
4. Check continuity between display harness connector M38 termi-
nal 15 and ground.
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 3.
NG >> Repair harness or connector.
3. CHECK COMMUNICATION SIGNAL (DISP-SW)
1. Connect display and NAVI switch connectors.
2. Turn ignition switch ON.
3. When operating navigation system with NAVI switch, check volt-
age waveform between display harness connector M38 terminal
15 and ground.
OK or NG
OK >> Replace NAVI switch.
NG >> Replace display.
15 4 : Continuity should exist.
15 Ground : Continuity should not exist.
SKIB3992E
15 Ground:
SKIB3993E
SKIB3606E
AV-92
NAVIGATION SYSTEM

When Malfunctioning Connection Between NAVI Switch and Transfer Unit EKS00JSV
Symptom: Route guidance start sound occurs from driver-side speaker 10 seconds after turning ignition
switch ON. (The sound does not occur when keeping pressing MAP and button at once more than 5
seconds.)
1. CHECK NAVI SWITCH POWER SUPPLY AND GROUND CIRCUIT
Check NAVI switch power supply and ground circuit. Refer to AV-108, "Power Supply and Ground Circuit
Check for NAVI Switch" .
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 2.
NG >> Repair malfunctioning parts.
2. CHECK HARNESS
1. Turn ignition switch OFF.
2. Disconnect NAVI switch and transfer unit connectors.
3. Check continuity between NAVI switch harness connector M139
terminal 5 and transfer unit harness connector M141 terminal
18.
4. Check continuity between NAVI switch harness connector M139
terminal 5 and ground.
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 3.
NG >> Repair harness or connector.
3. CHECK COMMUNICATION SIGNAL (SW-NAVI)
1. Connect NAVI switch and transfer unit connectors.
2. Turn ignition switch ON.
3. When operating navigation system with NAVI switch, check volt-
age waveform between NAVI switch harness connector M139
terminal 5 and ground.
OK or NG
OK >> Replace transfer unit.
NG >> Replace NAVI switch.
5 18 : Continuity should exist.
5 Ground : Continuity should not exist.
SKIB3994E
5 Ground:
SKIB3995E
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When Malfunctioning Connection Between NAVI Control Unit and Transfer Unit
EKS00JSW
Symptom: Beep sound occurs twice from NAVI switch when keeping pressing MAP and button at once
more than 5 seconds. (No sound when turning ignition switch ON.)
1. CHECK NAVI CONTROL UNIT POWER SUPPLY AND GROUND CIRCUIT
Check NAVI control unit power supply and ground circuit. Refer to AV-106, "Power Supply and Ground Circuit
Check for NAVI Control Unit" .
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 2.
NG >> Repair malfunctioning parts.
2. CHECK HARNESS
1. Turn ignition switch OFF.
2. Disconnect NAVI control unit and transfer unit connectors.
3. Check continuity between NAVI control unit harness connector
M63 terminals 44, 45 and transfer unit harness connector M141
terminals 11, 13.
4. Check continuity between NAVI control unit harness connector
M63 terminals 44, 45 and ground.
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 3.
NG >> Repair harness or connector.
3. CHECK NAVI CONTROL UNIT AND TRANSFER UNIT
1. Replace NAVI control unit or transfer unit.
2. Turn ignition switch ON.
3. Check if an image is displayed on the screen.
Is an image displayed on the screen?
YES >> INSPECTION END
NO >> Replace the other unit.
44 11 : Continuity should exist.
45 13 : Continuity should exist.
44, 45 Ground : Continuity should not exist.
SKIB3996E
AV-94
NAVIGATION SYSTEM

When Malfunctioning Connection Between Transfer Unit and Display EKS00JSX
Symptom: No sound when turning ignition switch ON, and keeping pressing MAP and button.
1. CHECK TRANSFER UNIT POWER SUPPLY AND GROUND CIRCUIT
Check transfer unit power supply and ground circuit. Refer to AV-109, "Power Supply and Ground Circuit
Check for Transfer Unit" .
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 2.
NG >> Repair malfunctioning parts.
2. CHECK HARNESS
1. Turn ignition switch OFF.
2. Disconnect transfer unit and display connectors.
3. Check continuity between transfer unit harness connector M141
terminal 20 and display harness connector M38 terminal 16.
4. Check continuity between transfer unit harness connector M141
terminal 20 and ground.
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 3.
NG >> Repair harness or connector.
3. CHECK COMMUNICATION SIGNAL (NAVI-DISP)
1. Connect transfer unit and display connectors.
2. Turn ignition switch ON.
3. When operating navigation system with NAVI switch, check volt-
age waveform between transfer unit harness connector M141
terminal 20 and ground.
OK or NG
OK >> Replace display.
NG >> Replace transfer unit.
20 16 : Continuity should exist.
20 Ground : Continuity should not exist.
SKIB3997E
20 Ground:
SKIB3998E
SKIB3607E
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Confirmation/Adjustment Mode EKS00JSB
OPERATION PROCEDURE
1. Start the engine.
2. Push and hold MAP and buttons simultaneously for 5
seconds or more.
G Shifting from current screen to previous screen is performed
by pushing BACK button.
3. The initial trouble diagnosis screen will be shown, and items
Self-Diagnosis and Confirmation/Adjustment will become
selective.
4. Each diagnosis is shown by selecting each screen switch on
CONFIRMATION/ADJUSTMENT screen.
SKIB3618E
SKIA0381E
SKIB3621E
AV-96
NAVIGATION SYSTEM

DISPLAY
G When RGB signal error occurred in the RGB system, tone of the color bar will change as follows.
G When the color of the screen looks unusual, refer to AV-122, "Tint Is Strange for The RGB Image" .
SKIA2251E
R (red) signal error : Screen looks bluish.
G (green) signal error : Screen looks reddish.
B (blue) signal error : Screen looks yellowish.
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
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VEHICLE SIGNALS
A comparison check can be made of each actual vehicle signal and
the signals recognized by the NAVI control unit.
CAUTION:
If ignition signal is NG, each vehicle signal of vehicle speed and reverse is not displayed.
G If Vehicle Speed is NG, refer to AV-112, "Vehicle Speed Signal Check for NAVI Control Unit" , and then
repair the malfunctioning parts.
G If Light is NG, refer to AV-113, "Illumination Signal Check for NAVI Control Unit" , and then repair the mal-
functioning parts.
G If IGN is NG, refer to AV-113, "Ignition Signal Check for NAVI Control Unit" , and then repair the malfunc-
tioning parts.
G If Reverse is NG, refer to AV-114, "Reverse Signal Check for NAVI Control Unit" , and then repair the mal-
functioning parts.
SKIA1997E
Diagnosis item Display Condition Remarks
Vehicle speed
ON When vehicle speed is more than 0 km/h (0 MPH)
Changes in indication may be delayed
by approx. 1.5 seconds. This is normal.
OFF When vehicle speed is 0 km/h (0 MPH)
Ignition switch in ACC position
Light
ON Lighting switch ON

OFF Lighting switch OFF


IGN
ON Ignition switch ON

OFF Ignition switch ACC position


Reverse
ON Selector lever in R position
Changes in indication may be delayed
by approx. 1.5 seconds. This is normal.
OFF Selector lever in any position other than R position
Ignition switch in ACC position
AV-98
NAVIGATION SYSTEM

HISTORY OF ERRORS
Diagnosis results of self-diagnosis depend on if any error occurred during the time after selecting Self-Diag-
nosis until self-diagnosis results is displayed.
Meanwhile, when an error occurs before selecting Self-Diagnosis, and if an error does not occur until self-
diagnosis results is displayed, a diagnosis result is judged as normal.
Consequently, a diagnosis needs to be performed with History of Error for the past error that is not available
with self-diagnosis.
History of Error displays the time and place of the most recent occurrence of that error. However, take note of
the following points.
G Correct time of the error occurrence may not be displayed when the GPS antenna substrate within the
NAVI control unit has malfunctioned.
G Place of the error occurrence is represented by the position of the vehicle mark at the time when the error
occurred. If the vehicle mark has deviated from the correct position, then the place of the error occurrence
may be located correctly.
G History of Error stores error occurrences up to 50, and errors after the 51st are displayed as the 50th.
SKIA9553E
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Diagnosis by History of Errors
When having a difficulty on the investigation of cause due to multiple errors with a reproducible malfunction,
turn ON the ignition switch from OFF mode after making a memo of the item and number of time (or delete
History of Error). Check History of Error again after the malfunction was reproduced, and then perform
diagnosis focusing on the item of which number of time increased.
Error item
Possible causes
Example of symptom
Action/symptom
Gyro sensor
disconnected
Communications malfunction between NAVI control unit and inter-
nal gyro.
G Navigation location detection performance
has deteriorated.
(Angular velocity cannot be detected.)
G Perform self-diagnosis.
G When the NAVI control unit is judged normal by self-diagnosis,
the symptom may be intermittent, caused by strong radio inter-
ference.
GPS discon-
nected
Communication error between NAVI control unit and internal GPS
substrate.
G Navigation location detection performance
has deteriorated.
(Location correction using GPS is not per-
formed.)
G GPS receiving status remains gray.
G Perform self-diagnosis.
G When the NAVI control unit is judged normal by self-diagnosis,
the symptom may be intermittent, caused by strong radio inter-
ference.
GPS trans-
mission cable
malfunction
Malfunctioning transmission wires to NAVI control unit and internal
GPS substrate.
G During self-diagnosis, GPS diagnosis is not
performed.
G Perform self-diagnosis.
G When the NAVI control unit is judged normal by self-diagnosis,
the symptom may be intermittent, caused by strong radio inter-
ference.
GPS input
line connec-
tion error
Malfunctioning receiving wires to NAVI control unit and internal
GPS substrate.
G Navigation location detection performance
has deteriorated.
(Location correction using GPS is not per-
formed.)
G GPS receiving status remains gray.
G Perform self-diagnosis.
G When the NAVI control unit is judged normal by self-diagnosis,
the symptom may be intermittent, caused by strong radio inter-
ference.
GPS TCX0
over
GPS TCX0
under
Oscillating frequency of the GPS substrate frequency synchroniz-
ing oscillation circuit exceeded (or below) the specification.
G Navigation location detection performance
has deteriorated.
(Location correction using GPS is not per-
formed.)
G GPS receiving status remains gray.
G Perform self-diagnosis.
G When the NAVI control unit is judged normal by self-diagnosis,
the symptom may be intermittent, caused by strong radio inter-
ference, or the control unit may have been subjected to exces-
sively high or low temperatures.
GPS ROM
malfunction
GPS RAM
malfunction
Contents of ROM (or RAM) in GPS substrate are malfunctioning. G Location detection accuracy of the navigation
system will deteriorate, depending on the error
area in the memory, because GPS cannot
make correct positioning.
(Location correction using GPS is not per-
formed.)
G Perform self-diagnosis.
G When the NAVI control unit is judged normal by self-diagnosis,
the symptom may be intermittent, caused by strong radio inter-
ference.
GPS RTC
malfunction
Clock IC in GPS substrate is malfunctioning. G Correct time may not be displayed.
G After the power is turned on, the system
always takes some time until GPS positioning
becomes possible. (The GPS receiver starts
positioning without re-collecting the whole sat-
ellite information when it judged the data
stored in the receiver is correct.)
G Correct time of error occurrence may not be
stored in the History of Errors.
G Perform self-diagnosis.
G When the NAVI control unit is judged normal by self-diagnosis,
the symptom may be intermittent, caused by strong radio inter-
ference.
AV-100
NAVIGATION SYSTEM

GPS antenna
disconnected
Malfunctioning connection between GPS substrate in NAVI control
unit and GPS antenna.
G Navigation location detection performance
has deteriorated.
(Location correction using GPS is not per-
formed.)
G GPS receiving status remains gray.
G Perform self-diagnosis.
G When connection between NAVI control unit and GPS antenna
is judged normal by self-diagnosis, the symptom may be inter-
mittent, caused by impact or vibration.
Low voltage
of GPS
The power voltage supplied to the GPS circuit board has
decreased.
G Navigation location detection performance
has deteriorated.
(Location correction using GPS is not per-
formed.)
G GPS receiving status remains gray.
G Perform self-diagnosis.
G When connection between NAVI control unit and GPS antenna
is judged normal by self-diagnosis, the symptom may be inter-
mittent, caused by impact or vibration.
DVD-ROM
malfunction
DVD-ROM
read error
DVD-ROM
response
Error
Malfunctioning NAVI control unit. -
Dedicated map DVD-ROM is in the system, but the data cannot be
read.
G The map of a particular location cannot be dis-
played.
G Specific guidance information cannot be dis-
played.
G Map display is slow.
G Guidance information display is slow.
G System has been affected by vibration.
G Is map DVD-ROM damaged, warped, or dirty?
If damaged or warped, the map DVD-ROM is malfunctioning.
If dirty, wipe the DVD-ROM clean with a soft cloth.
G Perform self-diagnosis.
G When NAVI control unit is judged normal by self-diagnosis, the
symptom is judged intermittent, caused by vibration.
Error item
Possible causes
Example of symptom
Action/symptom
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NAVIGATION
Display Longitude & Latitude
Able to confirm/adjust longitude and latitude.
Speed Calibration
During normal driving, distance error caused by tire wear and tire
pressure change is automatically adjusted for by the automatic dis-
tance correction function. This function, on the other hand, is for
immediate adjustment, in cases such as driving with tire chain fitted
on tires.
Angle Adjustment
Adjusts turning angle output detected by the gyroscope.
Initialize Location
Location data for GPS in the NAVI control unit is initialize in Europe by this mode. Then it is possible for NAVI
control unit to receive GPS signals for short time.
FEATURE RESTRICTION SETTING
Operations of navigation system that are performed while driving
can be restricted by using this function.
CAUTION:
Once operational restrictions are imposed, they cannot be can-
celled even when the software is updated or the language-
switching program is loaded.
SKIA1616E
SKIA0365E
SKIA0364E
SKIB3742E
AV-102
NAVIGATION SYSTEM

CONSULT-II Functions (REAR VIEW CAMERA) EKS00JSE
CONSULT-II can display each diagnostic item using the diagnostic test modes shown following.
CONSULT-II BASIC OPERATION PROCEDURE
CAUTION:
If CONSULT-II is used with no connection of CONSULT-II CONVERTER, malfunctions might be
detected in self-diagnosis depending on control unit which carry out CAN communication.
1. With the ignition switch OFF, connect CONSULT-II and CON-
SULT-II CONVERTER to the data link connector, and then turn
the ignition switch ON.
2. Touch START (NISSAN BASED VHCL).
3. Touch REAR VIEW CAMERA is not indicated, check the fol-
lowing items.
G Rear view camera control unit power supply and ground cir-
cuit. Refer to AV-111, "Power Supply and Ground Circuit
Check for Rear View Camera Control Unit" .
G CONSULT-II data link connector (DLC) circuit
Refer to GI-33, "CONSULT-II CHECKING SYSTEM" .
Diagnosis part
Check Item,
Diagnosis Mode
Description
REAR VIEW CAMERA
WORK SUPPORT It can adjust the vehicle width and distance guiding lines that overlap camera image.
DATA MONITOR Displays input data for rear view camera control unit in real-time.
ECU PART NUMBER Displays rear view camera control unit part number.
PBIB1300E
BCIA0029E
BCIA0030E
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
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4. Touch any of WORK SUPPORT, DATA MONITOR, and ECU
PART NUMBER on SELECT DIAG MODE screen.
WORK SUPPORT
Operation Procedure
1. Touch WORK SUPPORT on SELECT DIAG MODE screen.
2. Touch SELECT GUIDELINE PATTERN or ADJ GUIDELINE POSITION on SELECT WORK ITEM
screen.
For details, refer to AV-104, "Vehicle Width and Distance Guiding Line Correction" .
DATA MONITOR
Operation Procedure
1. Touch DATA MONITOR on SELECT DIAG MODE screen.
2. Touch either ALL SIGNALS or SELECTION FROM MENU on SELECT MONITOR ITEM screen.
3. When SELECTION FROM MENU is selected, touch individual items to be monitored. When ALL SIG-
NALS is selected, all the items will be monitored.
4. Touch START.
5. Touch RECORD while monitoring, then the status of the monitored item can be recorded. To stop
recording, touch STOP.
Display Item List
When R position of the selector lever is not correctly displayed, refer to AV-114, "Reverse Signal Check for Rear View Camera Control
Unit" , and repair the malfunctioning parts by diagnostic results.
SKIA5748E
Work item Description
SELECT GUIDELINE PATTERN The opening of the vehicle width and distance guiding lines can be selected from 2 patterns.
ADJ GUIDELINE POSITION Make fine adjustment to the vehicle width and distance guiding lines upper/lower/left/right.
ALL SIGNALS Monitors all the signal.
SELECTION FROM MENU Selects and monitors individual items.
Monitor item Content
R POSI SIG [ON/OFF]
ON (Selector lever R position)/OFF (other than R position) status as judged from the reverse
signal is displayed.
AV-104
NAVIGATION SYSTEM

Vehicle Width and Distance Guiding Line Correction EKS00JSF
DESCRIPTION
CONSULT-II is used to modify the guiding lines of the width of vehicle and the distance from rear end of vehi-
cle on the back view monitor when these lines are different from the image of rear view monitor, because of
condition variations of body assembly and camera installation.
VEHICLE WIDTH AND DISTANCE GUIDING LINE CORRECTION PROCEDURE
1. Create a correction line to modify the guiding lines inside moni-
tors. Draw lines on the rearward area of the vehicle passing
through the following points: 250 mm (9.84 in) from both sides of
the vehicle, and 0.5 m (1.64 ft), 1 m (3.28 ft), 2 m (6.56 ft), and 3
m (9.84 ft) from the rear end of the bumper.
2. Connect CONSULT-II and CONSULT-II CONVERTER, and then
touch REAR VIEW CAMERA on SELECT SYSTEM screen.
CAUTION:
Correct the guiding line with the engine stopped for safety.
3. Shift selector lever to R position.
SKIB4106E
BCIA0030E
SKIB3594E
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
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4. Touch ADJ GUIDELINE POSITION on SELECT WORK
ITEM screen.
CAUTION:
When starting ADJ GUIDELINE POSITION mode, vehicle
width guiding lines may move horizontally. It is normal.
5. Touch X UP, X DOWN, Y UP, and Y DOWN so as to align
with a correction line created, and then adjust the guiding lines.
6. If the guiding lines align with the correction lines, touch SAVE
so as to fix the lines, and then end the correction by touching
END. GO TO 7 if the guiding lines do not align with the correc-
tion lines.
7. Touch SELECT GUIDELINE PATTERN on SELECT WORK
ITEM screen.
8. Change the pattern of the guiding lines by touching UP or
DOWN. [Select from among 2 patterns (PATTERN NO. 0 or
1) of the guiding lines.]
9. Fix the pattern of the guiding lines by touching SAVE.
10. End the correction by touching END.
CAUTION:
If the setting value is changed on SELECT GUIDELINE
PATTERN and ADJ GUIDELINE POSITION, the change is
not reflected at the next starting if SAVE is not touched.
SKIA5638E
Adjustment direction ADJUST MONITOR
LEFT/RIGHT X VALUE ADJ 8 - 8
UP/DOWN Y VALUE ADJ 8 - 8
SKIB0841E
SKIA5638E
SKIB0842E
AV-106
NAVIGATION SYSTEM

Power Supply and Ground Circuit Check for NAVI Control Unit EKS00JSG
1. CHECK FUSE
Make sure that the following fuses of NAVI control unit are not blown.
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 2.
NG >> If fuse is blown, be sure to eliminate cause of malfunction before installing new fuse. Refer to PG-
3, "POWER SUPPLY ROUTING CIRCUIT" .
2. CHECK POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT
Check voltage between NAVI control unit harness connector termi-
nals and ground.
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 3.
NG >> Repair harness or connector.
3. CHECK GROUND CIRCUIT
1. Turn ignition switch OFF.
2. Disconnect NAVI control unit connector.
3. Check continuity between NAVI control unit harness connector
M62 terminals 1, 4 and ground.
OK or NG
OK >> INSPECTION END
NG >> Repair harness or connector.
Unit Signal Fuse No.
NAVI control unit
Battery power supply 38
ACC power supply 6
Terminals
OFF ACC ON (+)
()
Connector Terminal
M62
2, 3
Ground
Battery
voltage
Battery
voltage
Battery
voltage
6 0V
Battery
voltage
Battery
voltage
SKIB3999E
1, 4 Ground : Continuity should exist.
SKIB4000E
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
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Power Supply and Ground Circuit Check for Display EKS00JSH
1. CHECK FUSE
Make sure that the following fuses of display are not blown.
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 2.
NG >> If fuse is blown, be sure to eliminate cause of malfunction before installing new fuse. Refer to PG-
3, "POWER SUPPLY ROUTING CIRCUIT" .
2. CHECK POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT
Check voltage between display harness connector terminals and
ground.
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 3.
NG >> Repair harness or connector.
3. CHECK GROUND CIRCUIT
1. Turn ignition switch OFF.
2. Disconnect display connector.
3. Check continuity between display harness connector M38 termi-
nals 22, 24 and ground.
OK or NG
OK >> INSPECTION END
NG >> Repair harness or connector.
Unit Signal Fuse No.
Display
Battery power supply 38
ACC power supply 6
Terminals
OFF ACC ON (+)
()
Connector Terminal
M38
21, 23
Ground
Battery
voltage
Battery
voltage
Battery
voltage
19 0V
Battery
voltage
Battery
voltage
SKIB4001E
22, 24 Ground : Continuity should exist.
SKIB4002E
AV-108
NAVIGATION SYSTEM

Power Supply and Ground Circuit Check for NAVI Switch EKS00JSJ
1. CHECK FUSE
Make sure that the following fuses of NAVI switch are not blown.
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 2.
NG >> If fuse is blown, be sure to eliminate cause of malfunction before installing new fuse. Refer to PG-
3, "POWER SUPPLY ROUTING CIRCUIT" .
2. CHECK POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT
Check voltage between NAVI switch harness connector terminal and
ground.
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 3.
NG >> Repair harness or connector.
3. CHECK GROUND CIRCUIT
1. Turn ignition switch OFF.
2. Disconnect NAVI switch connector.
3. Check continuity between NAVI switch harness connector M139
terminal 7 and ground.
OK or NG
OK >> INSPECTION END
NG >> Repair harness or connector.
Unit Signal Fuse No.
NAVI switch ACC power supply 6
Terminals
OFF ACC ON (+)
()
Connector Terminal
M139 1 Ground 0V
Battery
voltage
Battery
voltage
SKIB4003E
7 Ground : Continuity should exist.
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Power Supply and Ground Circuit Check for Transfer Unit EKS00JSI
1. CHECK FUSE
Make sure that the following fuses of transfer unit are not blown.
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 2.
NG >> If fuse is blown, be sure to eliminate cause of malfunction before installing new fuse. Refer to PG-
3, "POWER SUPPLY ROUTING CIRCUIT" .
2. CHECK POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT
Check voltage between transfer unit harness connector terminals
and ground.
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 3.
NG >> Repair harness or connector.
3. CHECK GROUND CIRCUIT
1. Turn ignition switch OFF.
2. Disconnect transfer unit connector.
3. Check continuity between transfer unit harness connector M141
terminals 25, 27 and ground.
OK or NG
OK >> INSPECTION END
NG >> Repair harness or connector.
Unit Signal Fuse No.
Transfer unit
Battery power supply 38
ACC power supply 6
Terminals
OFF ACC ON (+)
()
Connector Terminal
M141
31, 32
Ground
Battery
voltage
Battery
voltage
Battery
voltage
29 0V
Battery
voltage
Battery
voltage
SKIB4005E
25, 27 Ground : Continuity should exist.
SKIB4006E
AV-110
NAVIGATION SYSTEM

Power Supply and Ground Circuit Check for TMC Tuner EKS00JSM
1. CHECK FUSE
Make sure that the following fuses of TMC tuner are not blown.
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 2.
NG >> If fuse is blown, be sure to eliminate cause of malfunction before installing new fuse. Refer to PG-
3, "POWER SUPPLY ROUTING CIRCUIT" .
2. CHECK POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT
Check voltage between TMC tuner harness connector terminals and
ground.
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 3.
NG >> Repair harness or connector.
3. CHECK GROUND CIRCUIT
1. Turn ignition switch OFF.
2. Disconnect TMC tuner connector.
3. Check continuity between TMC tuner harness connector M140
terminal 8 and ground.
OK or NG
OK >> INSPECTION END
NG >> Repair harness or connector.
Unit Signal Fuse No.
TMC tuner
Battery power supply 38
ACC power supply 6
Terminals
OFF ACC ON (+)
()
Connector Terminal
M140
5
Ground
Battery
voltage
Battery
voltage
Battery
voltage
7 0V
Battery
voltage
Battery
voltage
SKIB4007E
8 Ground : Continuity should exist.
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Power Supply and Ground Circuit Check for Rear View Camera Control Unit
EKS00JSK
1. CHECK FUSE
Make sure that the following fuses of rear view camera control unit are not blown.
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 2.
NG >> If fuse is blown, be sure to eliminate cause of malfunction before installing new fuse. Refer to PG-
3, "POWER SUPPLY ROUTING CIRCUIT" .
2. CHECK POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT
Check voltage between rear view camera control unit harness con-
nector terminals and ground.
*: B37 (LHD models), B135 (RHD models)
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 3.
NG >> Repair harness or connector.
3. CHECK GROUND CIRCUIT
1. Turn ignition switch OFF.
2. Disconnect rear view camera control unit connector.
3. Check continuity between rear view camera control unit harness
connector B37 (LHD models), B135 (RHD models) terminal 3
and ground.
OK or NG
OK >> INSPECTION END
NG >> Repair harness or connector.
Unit Signal Fuse No.
Rear view camera control unit
Battery power supply 38
ACC power supply 6
Terminals
OFF ACC ON (+)
()
Connector Terminal
(*)
1
Ground
Battery
voltage
Battery
voltage
Battery
voltage
2 0V
Battery
voltage
Battery
voltage
SKIB4009E
3 Ground : Continuity should exist.
SKIB4010E
AV-112
NAVIGATION SYSTEM

Vehicle Speed Signal Check for NAVI Control Unit EKS00JSL
1. CHECK SPEEDOMETER FUNCTION
Does speedometer is operated normally?
YES or NO
YES >> GO TO 2.
NO >> Check combination meter trouble diagnosis. Refer to DI-18, "Vehicle Speed Signal Inspection" .
2. CHECK HARNESS
1. Turn ignition switch OFF.
2. Disconnect NAVI control unit and unified meter and A/C amp. connectors.
3. Check continuity between NAVI control unit harness connector
M63 terminal 28 and unified meter and A/C amp. harness con-
nector M50 terminal 26.
4. Check continuity between NAVI control unit harness connector
M63 terminal 28 and ground.
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 3.
NG >> Repair harness or connector.
3. CHECK VEHICLE SPEED SIGNAL
1. Connect NAVI control unit and unified meter and A/C amp. connectors.
2. Drive vehicle at a constant speed.
3. Check voltage waveform between NAVI control unit harness
connector M63 terminal 28 and ground using CONSULT-ll or
oscilloscope.
OK or NG
OK >> INSPECTION END
NG >> Replace unified meter and A/C amp. Refer to DI-36, "Removal and Installation of Unified Meter
and A/C Amp." .
28 26 : Continuity should exist.
28 Ground : Continuity should not exist.
SKIB4011E
28 Ground:
NOTE:
Maximum voltage may be 5V due to
specifications (connected units).
SKIB4012E
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Illumination Signal Check for NAVI Control Unit EKS00JSN
1. CHECK ILLUMINATION SIGNAL
Check voltage between NAVI control unit harness connector terminal
and ground.
OK or NG
OK >> INSPECTION END
NG >> Repair harness or connector.
Illumination Signal Check for NAVI Switch EKS00JSO
1. CHECK ILLUMINATION SIGNAL
Check voltage between NAVI switch harness connector terminals.
OK or NG
OK >> INSPECTION END
NG >> Repair harness or connector.
Ignition Signal Check for NAVI Control Unit EKS00JSP
1. CHECK IGNITION SIGNAL
1. Turn ignition switch ON.
2. Check voltage between NAVI control unit harness connector
M63 terminal 26 and ground.
OK or NG
OK >> INSPECTION END
NG >> Repair harness or connector.
Terminals
Lighting switch position
(+)
()
Connector Terminal ON OFF
M63 25 Ground Approx. 12V Approx. 0V
SKIB4013E
Terminals
Lighting switch position
(+) ()
Connector Terminal Connector Terminal ON OFF
M139 2 M139 3
Approx.
12V
Approx. 0V
SKIB4014E
26 Ground : Battery voltage
SKIB4015E
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Reverse Signal Check for NAVI Control Unit EKS00JSR
1. CHECK REVERSE LAMP
1. Turn ignition switch ON.
2. Selector lever into R-position. Does R in the shift position indicator come on?
YES or NO
YES >> GO TO 2.
NO >> Check back-up lamp system. Refer to LT-134, "BACK-UP LAMP" .
2. CHECK REVERSE SIGNAL
Check voltage between NAVI control unit harness connector terminal
and ground.
OK or NG
OK >> INSPECTION END
NG >> Repair harness or connector.
Reverse Signal Check for Rear View Camera Control Unit EKS00JST
1. CHECK REVERSE LAMP
1. Turn ignition switch ON.
2. Selector lever into R-position. Does R in the shift position indicator come on?
Does R position of shift position indicator turn on?
YES >> GO TO 2.
NO >> Check back-up lump system. Refer to LT-134, "BACK-UP LAMP" .
2. CHECK REVERSE SIGNAL
Check voltage between rear view camera control unit harness con-
nector terminal and ground.
*: B37 (LHD models), B135 (RHD models)
OK or NG
OK >> INSPECTION END
NG >> Repair harness or connector.
Terminals
Selector lever position
(+)
()
Connector Terminal R-position
Except
R-position
M63 27 Ground Approx. 12V Approx. 0V
SKIB4016E
Terminals
Selector lever position
(+)
()
Connector Terminal R-position
Except
R-position
(*) 4 Ground Approx. 12V Approx. 0V
SKIB4017E
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RGB Image Is Not Displayed (Rear View Image Is Displayed) EKS00JT6
Symptom: RGB image such as a map screen is not displayed. (No warning message though rear view image
is displayed.)
1. CHECK HARNESS
1. Turn ignition switch OFF.
2. Disconnect NAVI control unit and display connectors.
3. Check continuity between NAVI control unit harness connector
M62 terminal 12 and display harness connector M38 terminal 8.
4. Check continuity between NAVI control unit harness connector
M62 terminal 12 and ground.
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 2.
NG >> Repair harness or connector.
2. CHECK RGB AREA SIGNAL
1. Connect NAVI control unit and display connectors.
2. Turn ignition switch ON.
3. Check voltage waveform between NAVI control unit harness
connector M62 terminal 12 and ground using CONSULT-ll or
oscilloscope.
OK or NG
OK >> Replace display.
NG >> Replace NAVI control unit.
12 8 : Continuity should exist.
12 Ground : Continuity should not exist.
SKIB4018E
12 Ground:
When displaying rear view image
When displaying RGB image
SKIB4019E
SKIB3599E
SKIB3600E
AV-116
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Rear View Image Is Not Displayed if Selector Lever Is Set in R Position (Other
Image Is Displayed) EKS00JTD
Symptom: Rear view image is not displayed. (RGB image is displayed.)
1. CHECK CONDITION
1. Turn ignition switch ON.
2. Check if the screen holds current display or shows nothing but warning message when shifting selector
lever to R position.
Does the screen change?
YES >> GO TO 2.
NO >> GO TO 10.
2. CHECK REAR VIEW CAMERA CONTROL UNIT POWER SUPPLY AND GROUND CIRCUIT
Check rear view camera control unit power supply and ground circuit. Refer to AV-111, "Power Supply and
Ground Circuit Check for Rear View Camera Control Unit" .
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 3.
NG >> Repair malfunctioning parts.
3. CHECK REAR VIEW CAMERA CONTROL UNIT REVERSE SIGNAL
Check rear view camera control unit reverse signal. Refer to AV-114, "Reverse Signal Check for Rear View
Camera Control Unit" .
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 4.
NG >> Repair malfunctioning parts.
4. CHECK HARNESS
1. Turn ignition switch OFF.
2. Disconnect rear view camera control unit and rear view camera connectors.
3. Check continuity between rear view camera control unit harness
connector B37 (LHD models), B135 (RHD models) terminals 8,
10 and rear view camera harness connector D109 terminals 1,
3.
4. Check continuity between rear view camera control unit harness
connector B37 (LHD models), B135 (RHD models) terminals 8,
10 and ground.
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 5.
NG >> Repair harness or connector.
8 1 : Continuity should exist.
10 3 : Continuity should exist.
8, 10 Ground : Continuity should not exist.
SKIB4020E
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5. CHECK REAR VIEW CAMERA GROUND CIRCUIT
Check continuity between rear view camera harness connector
D109 terminal 2 and ground.
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 6.
NG >> Repair harness or connector.
6. CHECK CAMERA POWER SUPPLY
1. Connect rear view camera control unit and rear view camera connectors.
2. Turn ignition switch ON.
3. When displaying rear view image, check voltage between rear
view camera control unit harness connector B37 (LHD models),
B135 (RHD models) terminal 8 and ground.
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 7.
NG >> Replace rear view camera control unit.
7. CHECK REAR VIEW IMAGE SIGNAL
When displaying rear view image, check voltage waveform between
rear view camera control unit harness connector B37 (LHD models),
B135 (RHD models) terminal 10 and ground using CONSULT-II or
oscilloscope.
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 8.
NG >> Replace rear view camera.
2 Ground : Continuity should exist.
SKIB4021E
8 Ground : Approx. 6V
SKIB4022E
10 Ground:
SKIB4023E
SKIB3608E
AV-118
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8. CHECK HARNESS
1. Turn ignition switch OFF.
2. Disconnect display and rear view camera control unit connectors.
3. Check continuity between display harness connector M38 termi-
nal 18 and rear view camera control unit harness connector B37
(LHD models), B135 (RHD models) terminal 12.
4. Check continuity between display harness connector M38 termi-
nal 18 and ground.
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 9.
NG >> Repair harness or connector.
9. CHECK REAR VIEW IMAGE SIGNAL
1. Connect display and rear view camera control unit connectors.
2. Turn ignition switch ON.
3. When displaying rear view image, check voltage waveform
between rear view camera control unit harness connector B37
(LHD models), B135 (RHD models) terminal 12 and ground
using CONSULT-II or oscilloscope.
OK or NG
OK >> Replace display.
NG >> Replace rear view camera control unit.
10. CHECK NAVI CONTROL UNIT REVERSE SIGNAL
Select Vehicle Signals in Confirmation/Adjustment mode, and check the reverse signal inputting to NAVI
control unit. Refer to AV-97, "VEHICLE SIGNALS" .
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 11.
NG >> Repair malfunctioning parts.
18 12 : Continuity should exist.
18 Ground : Continuity should not exist.
SKIB4024E
12 Ground:
SKIB4025E
SKIB3608E
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11. CHECK HARNESS
1. Turn ignition switch OFF.
2. Disconnect rear view camera control unit and NAVI control unit connectors.
3. Check continuity between rear view camera control unit harness
connector B37 (LHD models), B135 (RHD models) terminal 5
and NAVI control unit harness connector M62 terminal 22.
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 12.
NG >> Repair harness or connector.
12. CHECK CAMERA-CONNECTION RECOGNITION SIGNAL
1. Connect rear view camera control unit and NAVI control unit connectors.
2. Turn ignition switch ON.
3. Check voltage between rear view camera control unit harness
connector B37 (LHD models), B135 (RHD models) terminal 5
and ground.
OK or NG
OK >> Replace NAVI control unit.
NG >> Replace rear view camera control unit.
5 22 : Continuity should exist.
SKIB4026E
5 Ground : Approx. 0V
SKIB4027E
AV-120
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When Displaying Rear View Image, Warning Message Rolls or Is Not Displayed
EKS00JT7
Symptom: When displaying rear view image, warning massage rolls or is not displayed. At this time, with put-
ting the SETTING button, SETTING menu rolls or is not displayed.
1. CHECK HARNESS
1. Turn ignition switch OFF.
2. Disconnect NAVI control unit and display connectors.
3. Check continuity between NAVI control unit harness connector
M62 terminals 11, 13 and display harness connector M38 termi-
nals 6, 5.
4. Check continuity between NAVI control unit harness connector
M62 terminals 11, 13 and ground.
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 2.
NG >> Repair harness or connector.
2. CHECK VERTICAL SYNCHRONIZING SIGNAL
1. Connect NAVI control unit and display connectors.
2. Turn ignition switch ON.
3. When displaying rear view image, check voltage waveform
between NAVI control unit harness connector M62 terminal 11
and ground using CONSULT-ll or oscilloscope.
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 3.
NG >> Replace display.
3. CHECK HORIZONTAL SYNCHRONIZING SIGNAL
When displaying rear view image, check voltage waveform between
NAVI control unit harness connector M62 terminal 13 and ground
using CONSULT-ll or oscilloscope.
OK or NG
OK >> Replace NAVI control unit.
NG >> Replace display.
11 6 : Continuity should exist.
13 5 : Continuity should exist.
11, 13 Ground : Continuity should not exist.
SKIB4028E
11 Ground:
SKIB4029E
SKIB3598E
13 Ground:
SKIB4030E
SKIB3601E
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Vehicle Mark Is Not Displayed Properly EKS00JT9
Symptom: Vehicle mark is not displayed at the vehicle driving position properly.
1. SYMPTOM CHECK
Check the items, AV-128, "Example of Symptoms Judged Not Malfunction" and AV-131, "EXAMPLES OF
VEHICLE MARK DISPLACEMENT" .
Are the above items displayed?
YES >> Limit of position detection capacity.
NO >> GO TO 2.
2. NAVIGATION SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT
1. Select Navigation in Confirmation/Adjustment mode, and adjust items, Display Longitude & Latitude,
Speed Calibration, Angle Adjustment and Initialize Location. Refer to AV-101, "NAVIGATION" .
2. Check symptom with driving.
Is any malfunction observed?
YES >> GO TO 3.
NO >> INSPECTION END
3. SELF- DIAGNOSIS
Start self-diagnosis, and check any malfunction related to GPS. Refer to AV-85, "Self-Diagnosis Mode" .
Is any malfunction related to GPS observed?
YES >> Repair the malfunction part. Refer to AV-89, "When Malfunctioning Connection Between NAVI
Control Unit and GPS Antenna" .
NO >> GO TO 4.
4. CHECK VEHICLE SIGNAL
Select Vehicle Signals in Confirmation/Adjustment mode, and check the vehicle speed signal and reverse
signal inputting to NAVI control unit. Refer to AV-97, "VEHICLE SIGNALS" .
OK or NG
OK >> Limit of position detection capacity.
NG >> G Repair the malfunction part when the vehicle speed signal is NG. Refer to AV-112, "Vehicle
Speed Signal Check for NAVI Control Unit" .
G Repair the malfunction part when the reverse signal is NG. Refer to AV-114, "Reverse Signal
Check for NAVI Control Unit" .
AV-122
NAVIGATION SYSTEM

Tint Is Strange for The RGB Image EKS00JT2
Symptom: Tint of RGB image is strange.
1. CHECK HARNESS
1. Turn ignition switch OFF.
2. Disconnect NAVI control unit and display connectors.
3. Check the malfunctioning circuit according to the symptoms.
G Blue tinged screen
Check continuity between NAVI control unit harness connector
M62 terminal 18 and display harness connector M38 terminal 1.
Check continuity between NAVI control unit harness connector
M62 terminal 18 and ground.
G Red tinged screen
Check continuity between NAVI control unit harness connector
M62 terminal 21 and display harness connector M38 terminal 2.
Check continuity between NAVI control unit harness connector
M62 terminal 21 and ground.
G Yellow tinged screen
Check continuity between NAVI control unit harness connector
M62 terminal 15 and display harness connector M38 terminal 3.
Check continuity between NAVI control unit harness connector
M62 terminal 15 and ground.
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 2.
NG >> Repair harness or connector.
18 1 : Continuity should exist.
18 Ground : Continuity should not exist.
SKIB4031E
21 2 : Continuity should exist.
21 Ground : Continuity should not exist.
SKIB4032E
15 3 : Continuity should exist.
15 Ground : Continuity should not exist.
SKIB4033E
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2. CHECK RGB SIGNAL
1. Connect NAVI control unit and display connectors.
2. Turn ignition switch ON.
3. Start Confirmation/Adjustment mode. Refer to AV-95, "Confirmation/Adjustment Mode" .
4. Display color bar by selecting Display Color Spectrum Bar on DISPLAY DIAGNOSIS screen. Refer to
AV-96, "DISPLAY" .
5. Check the malfunctioning circuit according to the symptoms.
G Blue tinged screen
Check voltage waveform between NAVI control unit harness
connector M62 terminal 18 and ground.
G Red tinged screen
Check voltage waveform between NAVI control unit harness
connector M62 terminal 21 and ground.
G Yellow tinged screen
Check voltage waveform between NAVI control unit harness
connector M62 terminal 15 and ground.
OK or NG
OK >> Replace display.
NG >> Replace NAVI control unit.
18 Ground:
SKIB4034E
SKIB3604E
21 Ground:
SKIB4035E
SKIB3605E
15 Ground:
SKIB4036E
SKIB3602E
AV-124
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RGB Image Is Rolling EKS00JT3
Symptom: RGB image such as a map screen is rolling.
1. CHECK HARNESS
1. Turn ignition switch OFF.
2. Disconnect NAVI control unit and display connectors.
3. Check continuity between NAVI control unit harness connector
M62 terminal 16 and display harness connector M38 terminal 7.
4. Check continuity between NAVI control unit harness connector
M62 terminal 16 and ground.
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 2.
NG >> Repair harness or connector.
2. CHECK RGB SYNCHRONIZING SIGNAL
1. Connect NAVI control unit and display connectors.
2. Turn ignition switch ON.
3. Check voltage waveform between NAVI control unit harness
connector M62 terminal 16 and ground using CONSULT-ll or
oscilloscope.
OK or NG
OK >> Replace display.
NG >> Replace NAVI control unit.
16 7 : Continuity should exist.
16 Ground : Continuity should not exist.
SKIB4037E
16 Ground:
SKIB4038E
SKIB3603E
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Values for All Items in the DRIVE INFORMATION Screen Do Not Change EKS00JT8
Symptom: Values for items, Elapsed Time, Journey Distance and Average Speed in the DRIVE INFOR-
MATION screen do not change.
1. CHECK NAVI CONTROL UNIT IGNITION SIGNAL
Select Vehicle Signals in Confirmation/Adjustment mode, and check the ignition signal inputting to NAVI con-
trol unit. Refer to AV-97, "VEHICLE SIGNALS" .
OK or NG
OK >> Replace NAVI control unit.
NG >> Repair malfunctioning parts.
Values for Items, "Journey Distance" and "Average Speed" Do Not Change EKS00JTA
SymptomF Values for Items, "Journey Distance" and "Average Speed" do not change. (The Value for
"Elapsed Time" Changes.)
1. CHECK NAVI CONTROL UNIT VEHICLE SPEED SIGNAL
Select Vehicle Signals in Confirmation/Adjustment mode, and check the vehicle speed signal inputting to
NAVI control unit. Refer to AV-97, "VEHICLE SIGNALS" .
OK or NG
OK >> Replace NAVI control unit.
NG >> Repair malfunctioning parts.
Voice Guidance Is Not Heard EKS00JT4
Symptom: Voice guidance does not sound at route guidance.
1. CHECK VOICE GUIDANCE SETTING
G While driving in the dark pink route, voice guidance does not operate. (note)
G Is volume setting not switched ON?
NOTE:
Voice guidance is only available at intersections that satisfy certain conditions (indicated by G on the map).
Therefore, guidance may not be given even when the route on the map changes direction.
YES or NO
YES >> GO TO 2.
NO >> Switch the setting ON and turn the volume up.
2. CHECK CONDITION
Turn audio system ON, and check if any sound can be heard from driver-side speaker.
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 3.
NG >> Repair the malfunction part. Refer to AV-31, "Trouble Diagnosis" .
3. CHECK CONDITION
Turn audio system ON, and check if driver-side speaker is muted when pressing VOICE button during
sounding from drive-side speaker.
Is driver-side speaker muted?
YES >> GO TO 4.
NO >> GO TO 8.
AV-126
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4. CHECK HARNESS
1. Turn ignition switch OFF.
2. Disconnect NAVI control unit and transfer unit connectors.
3. Check continuity between NAVI control unit harness connector
M62 terminals 7, 8 and transfer unit harness connector M141
terminals 8, 10.
4. Check continuity between NAVI control unit harness connector
M62 terminals 7, 8 and ground.
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 5.
NG >> Repair harness or connector.
5. CHECK VOICE GUIDANCE SIGNAL
1. Connect NAVI control unit and transfer unit connectors.
2. Turn ignition switch ON.
3. When pushing VOICE button, check voltage waveform
between NAVI control unit harness connector M62 terminals 7
and 8 using CONSULT-ll or oscilloscope.
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 6.
NG >> Replace NAVI control unit.
6. CHECK HARNESS
1. Turn ignition switch OFF.
2. Disconnect transfer unit and voice change relay connectors.
3. Check continuity between transfer unit harness connector M141
terminals 1, 2 and voice change relay harness connector M138
terminals 6, 7.
4. Check continuity between transfer unit harness connector M141
terminals 1, 2 and ground.
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 7.
NG >> Repair harness or connector.
7 8 : Continuity should exist.
8 10 : Continuity should exist.
7, 8 Ground : Continuity should not exist.
SKIB4039E
7 8:
SKIB4040E
SKIB3597E
1 6 : Continuity should exist.
2 7 : Continuity should exist.
1, 2 Ground : Continuity should not exist.
SKIB4041E
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7. CHECK VOICE GUIDANCE SIGNAL
1. Connect transfer unit and voice change relay connectors.
2. Turn ignition switch ON.
3. When pushing VOICE button, check voltage waveform
between transfer unit harness connector M141 terminals 1 and
2 using CONSULT-ll or oscilloscope.
OK or NG
OK >> Replace voice change relay.
NG >> Replace transfer unit.
8. CHECK HARNESS
1. Turn ignition switch OFF.
2. Disconnect transfer unit and voice change relay connectors.
3. Check continuity between transfer unit harness connector M141
terminals 4, 6 and voice change relay harness connector M138
terminals 1, 2.
4. Check continuity between transfer unit harness connector M141
terminal 6 and ground.
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 9.
NG >> Repair harness or connector.
9. CHECK VOICE GUIDANCE ON SIGNAL
1. Connect transfer unit and voice change relay connectors.
2. Turn ignition switch ON.
3. When pushing VOICE button, check voltage waveform
between transfer unit harness connector M141 terminals 6 and
4 using CONSULT-ll or oscilloscope.
OK or NG
OK >> Replace voice change relay.
NG >> Replace transfer unit.
1 2:
SKIB4042E
SKIB3609E
4 1 : Continuity should exist.
6 2 : Continuity should exist.
6 Ground : Continuity should not exist.
SKIB4043E
6 4:
SKIB4044E
SKIB3610E
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Example of Symptoms Judged Not Malfunction EKS00JTJ
BASIC OPERATIONS
VEHICLE MARKS
Symptom Possible cause Remedy
No image comes on.
The brightness adjustment is at the lowest set-
ting.
Adjust to brighter setting.
No map comes on the screen.
No map DVD-ROM is inserted, or it is inserted
upside down.
Insert the DVD-ROM correctly.
The map display mode is switched off. Push the MAP button.
No voice guidance is available. or
The volume is not high enough.
The volume is not set correctly or it is turned
off.
Adjust the volume correctly.
The screen is too dim. The move-
ment is slow.
The temperature in the vehicle is low. Wait for the temperature to rise.
There are darker or brighter dots
in the display.
It is inherent to LC displays. This is not malfunction.
Symptom Possible cause Remedy
The location names differ between
PLAN VIEW and BIRDVIEW

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This is because the displayed information is
reduced so that the screen does not become
too crowded. There is also a chance that
names of the roads or locations will be repeat-
edly displayed. The name appearing on the
screen may be different because of the pro-
cessing procedure.
It should not be regarded as malfunction.
The vehicle mark is not shown
correctly.
The vehicle might have moved with the ignition
off, for example on a ferry boat or car trans-
porter.
Drive the vehicle with GPS on for some dis-
tance.
The screen does not switch to
night mode even after turning the
headlights on.
The last time the lights were turned on, your
setting was in daytime mode.
Turn the headlights on again, go to DISPLAY
SETTINGS screen and set it to the night
mode.
The map does not scroll even
when the vehicle is traveling.
The display is not switched to the map screen. Push the MAP button.
The vehicle mark does not show
up.
The display is not switched to the map screen. Push the MAP button.
GPS indicator on the screen
remains gray.
GPS signals are not received because the vehi-
cle is indoors or in the shade of buildings.
Move the vehicle outdoors with a clear view of
the sky.
GPS satellites are in poor locations.
Wait for the satellites to move to better loca-
tions.
The location of the vehicle mark
does not match the actual posi-
tion.
Driving on slippery road surface If the vehicle mark does not move to the cor-
rect position even after the vehicle has been
driven for approximately 10 km (6 miles),
adjust the current location. If necessary, adjust
the moving speed of the vehicle.
Driving on slanted area
Rough or violent driving.
If the position maker does not move to the cor-
rect position even after the vehicle has been
driven for approximately 10 km (6 miles),
adjust the current location.
GPS indicator remains gray.
Please check the GPS indicator on the screen
to see if it remains gray.
Errors (gain or loss) result in calculating the
speed from the speed pulse because the vehi-
cle has tire chains on, or the system was trans-
ferred to a different vehicle.
It will move by driving the vehicle for 30 min-
utes [in case it is running at 30 km/h (19
MPH)]. If you still notice errors, adjust moving
speed.
The map data has an error or is incomplete (if
the location error always happens in the same
area).
Please wait for the updated Map
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DESTINATION, WAY POINTS OR MENU CONTENTS CANNOT BE CHOSEN OR SET
VOICE GUIDANCE
Symptom Possible cause Remedy
The message Error appears
after operation.
Map DVD-ROM is soiled or partially damaged.
Check the DVD-ROM and wipe it clean with a
soft cloth.
In case you see any damage, replace the
DVD-ROM.
Symptom Possible cause Remedy
Turn list is not displayed.
Route calculation has not yet been requested.
Set the destination and request route calcula-
tion.
The vehicle mark is not on the suggested route.
Please drive the vehicle along the suggested
route.
Route guidance is off. Turn the route guidance on.
In re-routing, the way points are
not included in the calculation.
The system has judged that the vehicle has
already passed the point.
If you want to go to that point again, edit the
route again.
Route information is not dis-
played.
Route calculation has not yet been requested.
Set the destination and request route calcula-
tion.
The vehicle mark is not on the suggested route.
Please drive the vehicle along the suggested
route.
Route guidance is off. Turn the route guidance on.
Route is not calculated automati-
cally.
The vehicle is not running on a route that can
be calculated from.
Enter the route that can be calculated from.
Alternatively, you can calculate the route man-
ually. In this case, the entire route will be cal-
culated again.
It is impossible to request a
detour.
Your vehicle is not running on the suggested
route.
Restart route calculation or join the suggested
route.
The detour found is the same as
the previous suggestion.
The system took many conditions into consider-
ation, but the same result was obtained.
This is not malfunction.
It is impossible to set the way-
points.
The number of way points exceeds 5.
It is impossible to set more than 5 way points.
Please divide them in groups to find them all.
Symptom Possible cause Remedy
The voice guidance is not avail-
able.
Voice guidance is only available at certain inter-
sections marked with G. In some cases, the
guidance is not available even when the vehicle
should make a turn.
System is not malfunction.
The vehicle is off the suggested route.
Return to the recommended route or re-search
the route.
Voice guidance is set off. Turn the voice guidance on.
Route guidance is set off. Turn the route guidance on.
The guidance content does not
correspond to the actual condition.
The content of the voice guidance may vary,
depending on the types of junctions to make
turns on.
Follow the actual rules and regulations.
AV-130
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ROUTE CALCULATION
REAR VIEW MONITOR
Symptom Possible cause Remedy
Although the system is set with
the moving direction as the prefer-
ence, it does not find the route by
matching the preference.
There is no route found in that direction. This is not malfunction.
Route is not indicated.
There is no road close to the destination that
can be found by this system.
Reset the destination close to the road dis-
played with orange, or wider ones. Especially
with roads which have separate lanes for
opposite directions, be careful in setting the
destination or way points on it, as results may
differ depending on the lane you choose.
The starting point to the destination is too close. Set more distant destinations.
The route is not displayed continu-
ously at way points that are for
example not calculated routes
from the vehicle's current position.
Suggested routes may be displayed discontinu-
ously near way points as route calculation is
done at each way point.
This is not malfunction.
The suggested route the vehicle
has travelled is erased.
Suggested routes are stored in memory by the
blocks; if the vehicle travels past way point 1,
the former data will be erased.
This is not malfunction.
A very detoured route is sug-
gested.
If there are restrictions (such as one-way traffic)
on roads close to the starting point or destina-
tion, the system may suggest a detoured route.
Try slightly moving the starting point or desti-
nation.
The landmark description does
not correspond to the actual one.
It may be caused by insufficient or incorrect
data on the DVD-ROM.
Please wait for the update Map DVD-ROM.
The suggested route does not
exactly connect to the starting
point, way points, or destination.
There is no data for route calculation closer to
these points.
Set these points on the main road displayed in
thick orange. Please note that in some cases
even main roads lack the data for route calcu-
lation.
Symptom Cause Remedy
Rear view monitor image is not
shown.
Selector lever is not set to R position. Shift the selector lever to R position.
Rear view monitor image is fuzzy.
The front glass of the camera lens is dirty. Wipe it with a soft wet cloth lightly.
Adherence of raindrops or snow. Wipe it with a soft cloth lightly.
The lens is illuminated directly by sunlight or
light from headlight of cars behind.
The fuzzy image recovers when the light is
covered.
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EXAMPLES OF VEHICLE MARK DISPLACEMENT
Vehicle's travel amount is calculated by reading its travel distance and turning angle. Therefore, if the vehicle
is driven in the following manner, an error will occur in the vehicle's current location display. If correct location
has not been restored after driving the vehicle for a while, perform location correction.
SEL698V
AV-132
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Cause (condition) Driving condition Remarks (correction, etc.)
Road
configura-
tion
Yintersections
At a Y intersection or similar gradual divi-
sion of roads, error the direction of travel
deduced by the sensor may result in the
vehicle mark appearing on the wrong road.
If after traveling about 10 km (6
miles) the correct location has
not been restored, perform
location correction, and if nec-
essary, direction correction.
Spiral roads
When driving on a large, continuous spiral
road (such as loop bridge), turning angle
error is accumulated and the vehicle mark
may deviate from the correct location.
Straight roads
When driving on a long, straight road and
slow curve without stopping, map-match-
ing does not work effectively enough and
distance errors may accumulate. As a
result, the vehicle mark may deviate from
the correct location when the vehicle
turned at a corner.
Zigzag roads
When driving on a zigzag road, the map
may be matched to other roads in the simi-
lar direction nearby at every turn, and the
vehicle mark may deviate from the correct
location.
Roads laid out in a grid pattern
When driving at where roads are laid out in
a grid pattern, where many roads are run-
ning in the similar direction nearby, the
map may be matched to them by mistake
and the vehicle mark may deviate from the
correct location.
Parallel roads
When two roads are running in parallel
(such as highway and sideway), the map
may be matched to the other road by mis-
take and the vehicle mark may deviate
from the correct location.
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ELK0194D
ELK0195D
ELK0196D
ELK0197D
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
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Place
In a parking lot When driving in a parking lot, or other loca-
tion where there are no roads on the map,
matching may place the vehicle mark on a
nearby road. When the vehicle returns to
the road, the vehicle mark may have devi-
ated from the correct location.
When driving in circle or turning the steer-
ing wheel repeatedly, direction errors accu-
mulate, and the vehicle mark may deviate
from the correct location.
If after traveling about 10km
(6miles) the correct location
has not been restored, perform
location correction and, if nec-
essary, direction correction.
Turntable
When the ignition switch is off, the naviga-
tion system cannot get the signal from the
gyroscope (angular speed sensor). There-
fore, the displayed direction may be wrong
and the correct road may not be easily
returned to after rotating the vehicle on a
turntable with the ignition off.
Slippery roads On snow, wet roads, gravel, or other roads
where tires may slip easily, accumulated
mileage errors may cause the vehicle mark
to deviate from the correct road.
Slopes When parking in sloped garages, when
traveling on banked roads, or in other
cases where the vehicle turns when tilted,
an error in the turning angle will occur, and
the vehicle mark may deviate from the
road.
Map data
Road not displayed on the map screen
When driving on new roads or other roads
not displayed on the map screen, map
matching does not function correctly and
matches the location to a nearby road.
When the vehicle returns to a road which is
on the map, the vehicle mark may deviate
from the correct road.
Different road pattern
(Changed due to repair)
If the road pattern stored in the map data
and the actual road pattern are different,
map matching does not function correctly
and matches the location to a nearby road.
The vehicle mark may deviate from the
correct road.
Vehicle
Use of tire chains
When tire chains are used, the mileage is
not correctly detected, and the vehicle
mark may deviate from the correct road.
Drive the vehicle for a while. If
the distance is still deviated,
adjust it by using the distance
adjustment function. (If the tire
chain is removed, recover the
original value.)
Cause (condition) Driving condition Remarks (correction, etc.)
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AV-134
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VEHICLE MARK SHOWS A POSITION WHICH IS COMPLETELY WRONG
In the following cases, the vehicle mark may appear on completely different position in the map depending on
the GPS satellite signal receiving conditions. In this case, perform location correction and direction correction.
G When location correction has not been done
If the receiving conditions of the GPS satellite signal is poor, if the vehicle mark becomes out of place, it
may move to a completely different location and not come back if location correction is not done. The
position will be corrected if the GPS signal can be received.
G When the vehicle has traveled by ferry, or when the vehicle has been being towed
Because calculation of the current location cannot be done when traveling with the ignition off, for exam-
ple when traveling by ferry or when being towed, the location before travel is displayed. If the precise loca-
tion can be detected with GPS, the location will be corrected.
VEHICLE MARK JUMPS
In the following cases, the vehicle mark may appear to jump as a result of automatic correction of the current
location.
G When map matching has been done
If the current location and the vehicle mark are different when map matching is done, the vehicle mark
may seem to jump. At this time, the location may be corrected to the wrong road or to a location which is
not on a road.
G When GPS location correction has been done
If the current location and the vehicle mark are different when the location is corrected using GPS mea-
surements, the vehicle mark may seem to jump. At this time, the location may be corrected to a location
which is not on a road.
Precautions
for driving
Just after the engine is started If the vehicle is driven off just after the
engine is started when the gyroscope
(angular speed sensor) correction is not
completed, the vehicle can lose its direc-
tion and may have deviated from the cor-
rect location.
Wait for a short while before
driving after starting the engine.
Continuous driving without stopping When driving long distances without stop-
ping, direction errors may accumulate, and
the vehicle mark may deviate from the cor-
rect road.
Stop and adjust the orientation.
Abusive driving Spinning the wheels or engaging in other
kinds of abusive driving may result in the
system being unable perform correct
detection, and may cause the vehicle mark
to deviate from the correct road.
If after traveling about 10 km (6
miles) the correct location has
not been restored, perform
location correction and, if nec-
essary, direction correction.
How to
correct
location
Position correction accuracy
If the accuracy of location settings is poor,
accuracy may be reduced when the correct
road cannot be found, particularly in places
where there are many roads.
Enter in the road displayed on
the screen with an accuracy of
approx. 1mm.
Caution: Whenever possible,
use detailed map for the cor-
rection.
Direction when location is corrected
If the accuracy of location settings during
correction is poor, accuracy may be
reduced afterwards.
Perform direction correction.
Cause (condition) Driving condition Remarks (correction, etc.)
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VEHICLE MARK IS IN A RIVER OR SEA
The navigation system moves the vehicle mark with no distinction between land and rivers or sea. If the vehi-
cle mark is somehow out of place, it may appear that the vehicle is driving in a river or the sea.
VEHICLE MARK AUTOMATICALLY ROTATES
The system wrongly memorizes the rotating status as stopping when the ignition switch is turned ON with the
turntable rotating. That causes the vehicle mark to rotate when the vehicle is stopped.
WHEN DRIVING ON SAME ROAD, SOMETIMES VEHICLE MARK IS IN RIGHT PLACE AND
SOMETIMES IT IS WRONG PLACE
The conditions of the GPS antenna (GPS data) and gyroscope (angular speed sensor) change gradually.
Depending on the road traveled and the operation of the steering wheel, the location detection results will be
different. Therefore, even on a road on which the location has never been wrong, conditions may cause the
vehicle mark to deviate.
LOCATION CORRECTION BY MAP-MATCHING IS SLOW
G The map matching function needs to refer to the data of the surrounding area. It is necessary to drive
some distance for the function to work.
G Because map matching operates on this principle, when there are many roads running in similar direc-
tions in the surrounding area, no matching determination may be made. The location may not be cor-
rected until some special feature is found.
ALTHOUGH GPS RECEIVING DISPLAY IS GREEN, VEHICLE MARK DOES NOT RETURN TO
CORRECT LOCATION
G The GPS accuracy has an error of approximately 10 m (30 ft). In some cases the vehicle mark may not be
on the correct street, even when GPS location-correction is done.
G The navigation system compares the results of GPS location detection with the results from map-match-
ing location detection. The one which is determined to have higher accuracy is used.
G GPS location correction may not be performed when the vehicle is stopped.
NAME OF CURRENT PLACE IS NOT DISPLAYED
The current place name may not be displayed if there are no place names displayed on the map screen.
CONTENTS OF DISPLAY DIFFER FOR BIRDVIEW

AND THE (FLAT) MAP SCREEN


Difference of the BIRDVIEW

Screen From the Flat Map Screen Are As Follows


G The current place name displays names which are primarily in the direction of vehicle travel.
G The amount of time before the vehicle travel or turn angle is updated on the screen is longer than for the
(flat) map display.
G The conditions for display of place names, roads, and other data are different for nearby areas and for
more distant areas.
G Some thinning of the character data is done to prevent the display becoming to complex. In some cases
and in some locations, the display contents may differ.
G The same place name, street name, etc. may be displayed multiple times.
AV-136
NAVIGATION SYSTEM

Program Loading of NAVI Control Unit EKS00JTK
SKIA9552E
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
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Removal and Installation of NAVI Control Unit (LHD Models) EKS00JTL
REMOVAL
1. Remove center console. Refer to IP-16, "CENTER CONSOLE ASSEMBLY" .
2. Remove console cover (LH and RH). Refer to IP-16, "CENTER CONSOLE ASSEMBLY" .
3. Remove control device assembly and remove screws (2) and
nut.
4. Disconnect NAVI control unit connector.
5. Pull NAVI control unit up-ward, then vehicle rear side.
CAUTION:
Cover unit with cloth avoid contact with console box
bracket that may cause scratches or damages.
6. Remove screws (4) and remove bracket.
INSTALLATION
Installation is the reverse order of removal.
PKIA2465E
PKIA2466E
PKIA2467E
AV-138
NAVIGATION SYSTEM

Removal and Installation of NAVI Control Unit (RHD Models) EKS00JW3
REMOVAL
1. Remove center console. Refer to IP-16, "CENTER CONSOLE ASSEMBLY" .
2. Remove console cover (LH and RH). Refer to IP-16, "CENTER CONSOLE ASSEMBLY" .
3. Remove control device assembly and remove screws (2) and
nut.
4. Disconnect NAVI control unit connector.
5. Pull NAVI control unit up-ward, then vehicle rear side.
CAUTION:
Cover unit with cloth avoid contact with console box
bracket that may cause scratches or damages.
6. Remove screws (4) and remove bracket.
INSTALLATION
Installation is the reverse order of removal.
SKIB3511E
SKIB3512E
SKIB3513E
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
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Removal and Installation of GPS Antenna (LHD Models) EKS00JTM
REMOVAL
1. Remove cluster lid C. Refer to IP-10, "INSTRUMENT PANEL ASSEMBLY" .
2. Remove center console. Refer to IP-16, "CENTER CONSOLE ASSEMBLY" .
3. Remove console cover (LH). Refer to IP-16, "CENTER CONSOLE ASSEMBLY" .
4. Remove display. Refer to AV-141, "Removal and Installation of Display" .
5. Disengaged the clips (4) to separate GPS antenna feeder.
6. Remove screw and remove GPS antenna.
INSTALLATION
Installation is the reverse order of removal.
SKIB3514E
PKIA2469E
AV-140
NAVIGATION SYSTEM

Removal and Installation of GPS Antenna (RHD Models) EKS00JW4
REMOVAL
1. Remove cluster lid C. Refer to IP-10, "INSTRUMENT PANEL ASSEMBLY" .
2. Remove center console. Refer to IP-16, "CENTER CONSOLE ASSEMBLY" .
3. Remove console cover (RH). Refer to IP-16, "CENTER CONSOLE ASSEMBLY" .
4. Remove display. Refer to AV-141, "Removal and Installation of Display" .
5. Disengaged the clips (4) to separate GPS antenna feeder.
6. Remove screw and remove GPS antenna.
INSTALLATION
Installation is the reverse order of removal.
SKIB3515E
SKIB3516E
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
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Removal and Installation of Display EKS00JTP
REMOVAL
1. Remove center ventilator. Refer to IP-10, "INSTRUMENT PANEL ASSEMBLY" .
2. Remove screws (4) and remove display.
3. Remove screws (4) and remove bracket.
INSTALLATION
Installation is the reverse order of removal.
PKIA2473E
PKIA2474E
AV-142
NAVIGATION SYSTEM

Removal and Installation of NAVI Switch EKS00JU0
REMOVAL
1. Remove audio unit from cluster lid C. Refer to AV-38, "Removal and Installation of Audio Unit" .
2. Remove screws (6) and remove NAVI switch.
INSTALLATION
Installation is the reverse order of removal.
SKIB3517E
1. Cluster lid C 2. NAVI switch 3. Front finisher
4. Screws 5. Screws
SKIB3518E
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
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Removal and Installation of Transfer Unit EKS00JW5
REMOVAL
1. Remove center console. Refer to IP-16, "CENTER CONSOLE ASSEMBLY" .
2. Remove console cover (LH or RH). Refer to IP-16, "CENTER CONSOLE ASSEMBLY" .
3. Remove clips (2) and screws (3).
4. Pull up the transfer unit from right or left side.
CAUTION:
Be careful not to scratch the seat surface.
5. Remove screws (4) and remove bracket.
INSTALLATION
Installation is the reverse order of removal.
SKIB3519E
SKIB3520E
SKIB3521E
AV-144
NAVIGATION SYSTEM

Removal and Installation of Voice Change Relay (LHD Models) EKS00JW6
REMOVAL
1. Remove cluster lid C. Refer to IP-10, "INSTRUMENT PANEL ASSEMBLY" .
2. Pull out voice change relay with pressing arrow-indicating part
by a tool such as minus screwdriver.
3. Disconnect voice change relay connector.
INSTALLATION
Installation is the reverse order of removal.
Removal and Installation of Voice Change Relay (RHD Models) EKS00JYZ
REMOVAL
1. Remove cluster lid C. Refer to IP-10, "INSTRUMENT PANEL ASSEMBLY" .
2. Pull out voice change relay with pressing arrow-indicating part
by a tool such as minus screwdriver.
3. Disconnect voice change relay connector.
INSTALLATION
Installation is the reverse order of removal.
SKIB3522E
SKIB3523E
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
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Removal and Installation of TMC Tuner (LHD Models) EKS00JTQ
REMOVAL
1. Remove cluster lid C. Refer to IP-10, "INSTRUMENT PANEL ASSEMBLY" .
2. Remove voice change relay. Refer to AV-144, "Removal and Installation of Voice Change Relay (LHD
Models)" .
3. Remove screws (2) and clips (2) and remove TMC tuner.
4. Remove screws (4) and remove bracket.
INSTALLATION
Installation is the reverse order of removal.
SKIB3524E
SKIB3525E
AV-146
NAVIGATION SYSTEM

Removal and Installation of TMC Tuner (RHD Models) EKS00JW7
REMOVAL
1. Remove cluster lid C. Refer to IP-10, "INSTRUMENT PANEL ASSEMBLY" .
2. Remove voice change relay. Refer to AV-144, "Removal and Installation of Voice Change Relay (RHD
Models)" .
3. Remove screws (2) and clips (2) and remove TMC tuner.
4. Remove screws (4) and remove bracket.
INSTALLATION
Installation is the reverse order of removal.
SKIB3526E
SKIB3527E
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
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Removal and Installation of Rear View Camera EKS00JTR
REMOVAL
1. Remove back door trim. Refer to EI-38, "BACK DOOR TRIM" .
2. Unhook two pawls to remove the camera finisher from the back
door. Pull the right pawl out with pressing the rear view camera
to the left.
3. Press the resin clip from the inside of the back door with a minus
screwdriver etc. Remove the rear view camera from the back
door.
4. Disconnect connector.
INSTALLATION
Installation is the reverse order of removal.
Modify the vehicle width and distance guiding line referring to AV-104, "Vehicle Width and Distance Guiding
Line Correction" if there is a difference after installing rear view camera.
Removal and Installation of Rear View Camera Control Unit EKS00JTS
REMOVAL
1. Remove luggage floor spacer (right). Refer to EI-36, "LUGGAGE FLOOR TRIM" .
2. Remove screw and nut.
3. Disconnect connector and remove rear view camera control
unit.
INSTALLATION
Installation is the reverse order of removal.
SKIB1857E
SKIB1858E
SKIB3478E
AV-148
TELEPHONE (PRE WIRE)

TELEPHONE (PRE WIRE) PFP:28342
Wiring Diagram PHONE EKS00LK6
TKWB1361E