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ORDER NO.

CRT3423
AVIC-N2/XU/UC

DVD MULTIMEDIA AV NAVIGATION SERVER

AVIC-N2

/XU/UC

DVD AV NAVIGATION HEAD-UNIT

AVIC-X1R/XU/EW
This service manual should be used together with the following manual(s):
Model No.
CX-3016

Order No.
CRT3056

Mech.Module
MS3

Remarks
DVD Mech. Module:Circuit Description, Mech. Description, Disassembly

NOTE:
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. "Dolby" and the double-D symbol are trademarks
of Dolby Laboratories.
This product has the unit part number as below.
Unit Part No.
CPN1955
CPN1953
CPN1954
CPN1952

Description
Navigation Unit(AVIC-N2/XU/UC)
Hideaway Unit(AVIC-N2/XU/UC)
Navigation Unit(AVIC-X1R/XU/EW)
Hideaway Unit(AVIC-X1R/XU/EW)

*) The unit part numbers listed above are not for the service components.

For details, refer to "Important Check Points for Good Servicing".

PIONEER CORPORATION

4-1, Meguro 1-chome, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-8654, Japan


PIONEER ELECTRONICS (USA) INC. P.O. Box 1760, Long Beach, CA 90801-1760, U.S.A.
PIONEER EUROPE NV Haven 1087, Keetberglaan 1, 9120 Melsele, Belgium
PIONEER ELECTRONICS ASIACENTRE PTE. LTD. 253 Alexandra Road, #04-01, Singapore 159936

PIONEER CORPORATION 2005

K-ZZW. FEB. 2005 Printed in Japan

SAFETY INFORMATION
UC

CAUTION
This service manual is intended for qualified service technicians; it is not meant for the casual do-it-yourselfer.
Qualified technicians have the necessary test equipment and tools, and have been trained to properly and safely repair
Improperly performed repairs can adversely affect the safety and reliability of the product and may void the warranty.
If you are not qualified to perform the repair of this product properly and safely, you should not risk trying to do so

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WARNING
B

This product contains lead in solder and certain electrical parts contain chemicals which are known to the state of
California to cause cancer,
r birth defects or other reproductive harm.
Health & Safety Code Section 25249.6 - Proposition 65
This product contains mercury. Disposal of this material may be regulated due to environmental considerations.
For disposal or recycling information, please contact your local authorities or the Electronics Industries
Alliance: www.eiae.org.

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1. Safety Precautions for those who Service this Unit.
Follow the adjustment steps in the service manual when servicing this unit. When checking
or adjusting the emitting power of the laser diode exercise caution in order to get safe, reliable results.

Caution:
1. During repair or tests, minimum distance of 13cm from the focus lens must be kept.
2. During repair or tests, do not view laser beam for 10 seconds or longer.
2. The triangular label is attached to the mechanism
unit frame.

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CLASS 1
LASER PRODUCT

On the top of the player.


CAUTION :
VORSICHT :

VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN.


AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM.
SICHTBARE UND UNSICHTBARE LASERSTRAHLUNG, WENN
ABDECKUNG GEFFNET NICHT DEM STRAHL AUSSETZEN!

OG USYNLIG LASERSTRLING VED BNING


ADVARSEL : SYNLIG
UNDG UDSTTELSE FOR STRLING.

VARNING :
VARO!

SYNLIG OCH OSYNLIG LASERSTRLNING NR DENNA


DEL R PPNAD BETRAKTA EJ STRLEN.

AVATTAESSA ALTISTUT NKYV JA NKYMTTMLLE


: LASERSATEIL
YLLE. L KATSO STEESEN.

VRW1860

WARNING!
The AEL (accessible emission level )of the laser power output is less than CLASS 1
but the laser component is capable of emitting radiation exceeding the limit for
CLASS 1.
A specially instructed person should do servicing operation of the apparatus.
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Laser diode characteristics


Wave length:
DVD:640~660nm
CD:770~810nm
Maximum output:2.48mw(Emitting period :9sec.)
DVD:705w(Emitting period : unlimited)

Additionla Laser Caution


Transistors Q1101 and Q1102 in PCB drive the laser diodes for DVD and CD
respectively. When Q1101 or Q1102 is shorted between their terminals,
the laser diodes for DVD or CD will radiate beam. If the top cover is removed
with no disc loaded while such short-circuit is continued, the naked eyes may
be exposed to the laser beam.

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- Service Precautions
1. You should conform to the regulations governing the product (safety, radio and noise, and other regulations),
and should keep the safety during servicing by following the safety instructions described in this manual.

DVD MECHANISM MODULE section precaution


1. Before disassembling the unit, be sure to turn off the power. Unplugging and plugging the connectors during
power-on mode may damage the ICs inside the unit.
2. To protect the pickup unit from electrostatic discharge during servicing, take an appropriate treatment
(shorting-solder) by referring to "the DISASSEMBLY".
3. After replacing the pickup unit, be sure to check the grating.
4. During disassembly, be sure to turn the power off since an internal IC might be destroyed when a connector is
plugged or unplugged.
B

NAVIGATION UNIT section precaution


1. Inverter for LCD back light becomes a high voltage.
2. When inspecting the touch panel, use something thin with a round tip such as the touch pen. Furthermore,
do not apply excessive force to the touch panel.
3. Since this product does not have OSD IC, OSD for adjustment is displayed by using GGF1416 and GGF1463
at the time of monitor adjustment. As you will find lands for 14 pins with 0.8mm pitch at the left top part of
the monitor board, directly solder a flexible PCB of GGD1323 for adjustment. As GGD1322 is not used, be
careful not to short the terminal.
4. The region code determination at the time of DVD hardware change is made by the destination (UC: Region 1,
EW: Region 2) of the car control unit.
5. If you reconnected the Hide-away unit, press the RESET button.

is a trademark of DVD Format/Logo Licensing Corporation.

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[Important Check Points for Good Servicing]


In this manual, procedures that must be performed during repairs are marked with the below symbol.
Please be sure to confirm and follow these procedures.

1. Product safety
Please conform to product regulations (such as safety and radiation regulations), and maintain a safe servicing environment by
following the safety instructions described in this manual.
1 Use specified parts for repair.
Use genuine parts. Be sure to use important parts for safety.
2 Do not perform modifications without proper instructions.
Please follow the specified safety methods when modification(addition/change of parts) is required due to interferences such as
radio/TV interference and foreign noise.
3 Make sure the soldering of repaired locations is properly performed.

When you solder while repairing, please be sure that there are no cold solder and other debris.
Soldering should be finished with the proper quantity. (Refer to the example)
4 Make sure the screws are tightly fastened.
Please be sure that all screws are fastened, and that there are no loose screws.
5 Make sure each connectors are correctly inserted.
Please be sure that all connectors are inserted, and that there are no imperfect insertion.
6 Make sure the wiring cables are set to their original state.
Please replace the wiring and cables to the original state after repairs.
In addition, be sure that there are no pinched wires, etc.

7 Make sure screws and soldering scraps do not remain inside the product.
Please check that neither solder debris nor screws remain inside the product.
8 There should be no semi-broken wires, scratches, melting, etc. on the coating of the power cord.
Damaged power cords may lead to fire accidents, so please be sure that there are no damages.
If you find a damaged power cord, please exchange it with a suitable one.
9 There should be no spark traces or similar marks on the power plug.
When spark traces or similar marks are found on the power supply plug, please check the connection and advise on secure
connections and suitable usage. Please exchange the power cord if necessary.
0 Safe environment should be secured during servicing.

When you perform repairs, please pay attention to static electricity, furniture, household articles, etc. in order to prevent injuries.
Please pay attention to your surroundings and repair safely.

2. Adjustments
To keep the original performance of the products, optimum adjustments and confirmation of characteristics within specification.
Adjustments should be performed in accordance with the procedures/instructions described in this manual.

3. Lubricants, Glues, and Replacement parts


Use grease and adhesives that are equal to the specified substance.
Make sure the proper amount is applied.
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4. Cleaning
For parts that require cleaning, such as optical pickups, tape deck heads, lenses and mirrors used in projection monitors, proper
cleaning should be performed to restore their performances.

5. Shipping mode and Shipping screws


To protect products from damages or failures during transit, the shipping mode should be set or the shipping screws should be
installed before shipment. Please be sure to follow this method especially if it is specified in this manual.

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CONTENTS
SAFETY INFORMATION ..................................................................................................................................... 2
1. SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................................................................................ 8
2. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST .......................................................................................................... 12
2.1 PACKING (AVIC-N2/XU/UC) .................................................................................................................... 12
2.2 PACKING (AVIC-X1R/XU/EW) ................................................................................................................. 14
2.3 NAVIGATION UNIT (1)............................................................................................................................. 16
2.4 NAVIGATION UNIT (2)............................................................................................................................. 18
2.5 NAVIGATION UNIT (3)............................................................................................................................. 20
2.6 HIDEAWAY UNIT AND CORD ASSY ...................................................................................................... 22
2.7 DVD MECHANISM MODULE .................................................................................................................. 24
3. BLOCK DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM .......................................................................................... 26
3.1 BLOCK DIAGRAM ................................................................................................................................... 26
3.2 OVERALL CONNECTION DIAGRAM...................................................................................................... 40
3.3 CC UNIT (P/S)(GUIDE PAGE) ................................................................................................................. 42
3.4 CC UNIT (SYSCOM, VIDEO, IF)(GUIDE PAGE) ..................................................................................... 48
3.5 CC UNIT (AUDIO)(GUIDE PAGE)............................................................................................................ 54
3.6 CC UNIT (CPU, ASIC, SDRAM)(GUIDE PAGE) ...................................................................................... 60
3.7 CC UNIT (GRAPHIC)............................................................................................................................... 66
3.8 CC UNIT (MAIN, CC CORE I/F) .............................................................................................................. 68
3.9 CC UNIT (ROM, SRAM, BUS-BUFFER) ................................................................................................. 70
3.10 KEYBOARD PCB................................................................................................................................... 72
3.11 PANEL PCB ........................................................................................................................................... 74
3.12 DVD CORE UNIT(MS3)(SODC)(GUIDE PAGE) .................................................................................... 76
3.13 DVD CORE UNIT(MS3)(CPU)(GUIDE PAGE) ....................................................................................... 82
3.14 COMPOUND UNIT(A) AND COMPOUND UNIT(B) .............................................................................. 90
3.15 PU UNIT(REFERENCE) ........................................................................................................................ 91
3.16 MONITOR PCB AND UPPER PCB(GUIDE PAGE) ............................................................................... 92
3.17 INVERTER PCB................................................................................................................................... 100
3.18 RELAY PCB ......................................................................................................................................... 102
3.19 MOTHER PCB (H/A SYSTEM)(GUIDE PAGE).................................................................................... 104
3.20 MOTHER PCB (SENSOR)................................................................................................................... 110
3.21 CONNECTOR PCB.............................................................................................................................. 112
3.22 MAIN UNIT, SW UNIT AND VOLUME UNIT ........................................................................................ 114
3.23 GPS UNIT(GUIDE PAGE).................................................................................................................... 116
4. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM ................................................................................................................... 122
4.1 CC UNIT................................................................................................................................................. 122
4.2 KEYBOARD PCB................................................................................................................................... 126
4.3 PANEL PCB ........................................................................................................................................... 127
4.4 DVD CORE UNIT(MS3) ......................................................................................................................... 128
4.5 COMPOUND UNIT(A) AND COMPOUND UNIT(B) .............................................................................. 132
4.6 CONNECTOR PCB................................................................................................................................ 133
4.7 MONITOR PCB...................................................................................................................................... 134
4.8 UPPER PCB .......................................................................................................................................... 138
4.9 INVERTER PCB..................................................................................................................................... 139
4.10 RELAY PCB ......................................................................................................................................... 140
4.11 MOTHER PCB ..................................................................................................................................... 142
4.12 GPS UNIT ............................................................................................................................................ 146
4.13 MAIN UNIT........................................................................................................................................... 148
4.14 SW UNIT AND VOLUME UNIT ............................................................................................................ 150
5. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST .......................................................................................................................... 151
6. ADJUSTMENT ............................................................................................................................................. 192
6.1 JIG CONNECTION DIAGRAM............................................................................................................... 192
6.2 DVD ADJUSTMENT............................................................................................................................... 193
6.3 CC UNIT ADJUSTMENT ....................................................................................................................... 213
6.4 MOTHER PCB ADJUSTMENT .............................................................................................................. 215
6.5 INVERTER PCB ADJUSTMENT ........................................................................................................... 217
6.6 MONITOR PCB ADJUSTMENT............................................................................................................. 218
6.7 TEST MODE .......................................................................................................................................... 227
6.8 USING THE TEST DISC ........................................................................................................................ 249
7. GENERAL INFORMATION ........................................................................................................................... 262
7.1 DIAGNOSIS ........................................................................................................................................... 262
7.1.1 DISASSEMBLY ................................................................................................................................... 262
7.1.2 PCB LOCATIONS ............................................................................................................................... 270
7.1.3 CONNECTOR FUNCTION DESCRIPTION ........................................................................................ 271
7.2 PARTS.................................................................................................................................................... 273

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7.2.1 IC .........................................................................................................................................................273
7.2.2 DISPLAY ..............................................................................................................................................292
7.3 EXPLANATION .......................................................................................................................................293
7.3.1 MECHANISM DESCRIPTIONS...........................................................................................................293
7.3.2 OPERATIONAL FLOW CHART ...........................................................................................................299
7.4 CLEANING .............................................................................................................................................303
8. OPERATIONS ...............................................................................................................................................304

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1. SPECIFICATIONS
- AVIC-N2/XU/UC

General
Rated power source ............ 14.4 V DC
(10.8 - 15.1 V allowable)
Grounding system ............... Negative type
Max. current consumption
................................... 10.0 A
Backup current .................... 6.5 mA or less
Display unit:
Dimensions (W x H x D):
DIN
Chassis ................. 178 x 50 x 160 mm
(7 x 2 x 6-1/4 in.)
Nose...................... 188 x 58 x 34 mm
(7-3/8 x 2-1/4 x 1-3/8 in.)
D
Chassis ................. 178 x 50 x 165 mm
(7 x 2 x 6-1/2 in.)
Nose...................... 170 x 46 x 29 mm
(6-3/4 x 1-3/4 x 1-1/4 in.)
Weight .......................... 2.5 kg(5.5 lbs)
Hideaway unit:
Dimensions (W x H x D)
................................... 180 x 30 x 140 mm
(5-7/8 x 1-1/8 x 3-7/8 in.)
Weight .......................... 0.7 kg(1.5 lbs)

Navigation
GPS Receiver:
System.......................... L1, C/Acode GPS
SPS (Standard Positioning Service)
Reception system ........ 8-channel multi-channel
reception system
Reception frequency ... 1,575.42 MHz
Sensitivity ..................... 130 dbm
Position update frequency
................................... Approx. once per second
GPS antenna:
Antenna........................ Micro strip flat antenna/
right-handed helical polarization
Antenna cable.............. 5.0 m(16 ft. 5 in.)
Dimensions (W x H x D)
................................... 33 x 13 x 36 mm
(1-1/4 x 1/2 x 1-3/8 in.)
Weight .......................... 105 g(0.23 lbs)

Display
Screen size/aspect ratio ..... 6.5 inch wide/16:9
(effective display area: 144 x
76 mm)
Pixels .................................. 336,960 (1,440 x 234)
Type..................................... TFT active matrix,
transmissive type
Color system ....................... NTSC
Operating temperature range
........................................... 14 +122 F
Storage temperature range
........................................... 4 +176 F
Angle adjustment................ 50 110
(initial settings: 110)

Audio
Continuous power output is 22 W per channel minimum
into 4 ohms, both channels driven 50 to 15,000 Hz with
no more than 5% THD.
Maximum power output ...... 50 W x 4
50 W x 2 ch/4 + 70 W x 1
ch/2 (for subwoofer)
Load impedance................... 4 (4 8 [2 for 1 ch]
allowable)
Preout max output level/output impedance
............................................ 2.0 V/100 ohm
Equalizer (3-Band Parametric Equalizer):
Low
Frequency ............. 40/80/100/160 Hz
Q Factor................. 0.35/0.59/0.95/1.15 (+6 dB
when boosted)
Gain ....................... 12dB
Mid
Frequency ............. 200/500/1k/2k Hz
Q Factor................. 0.35/0.59/0.95/1.15 (+6 dB
when boosted)
Gain ....................... 12dB
High
Frequency ............. 3.15k/8k/10k/12.5k Hz
Q Factor................. 0.35/0.59/0.95/1.15 (+6 dB
when boosted)
Gain ....................... 12dB
Loudness contour
Low ................................ +3.5 dB (100 Hz), +3 dB (10
kHz)
Mid................................. +10 dB (100 Hz), +6.5 dB
(10 kHz)
High....................... +11 dB (100 Hz), +11 dB
(10 kHz)
(volume: 30 dB)
Tone controls:
Bass
Frequency ............. 40/63/100/160 Hz
Gain ....................... 12dB
Treble
Frequency ............. 2.5k/4k/6.3k/10k Hz
Gain ....................... 12dB
HPF:
Frequency ..................... 0/80/125 Hz
Slope.............................. 12 dB/oct
Subwoofer:
Frequency ..................... 50/80/125 Hz
Slope.............................. 18 dB/oct
Gain ............................... 12dB
Phase ............................ Normal/Reverse

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DVD Drive
System.................................. DVD-Video, Compact disc
audio, MP3 system
Usable discs ........................ DVD-Video, Compact disc,
MP3
Region number..................... 1
Signal format:
Sampling frequency.... 44.1/48/96 kHz
Number of quantization bits
................................... 16/20/24; linear
Frequency response ............ 5 44,000 Hz (with DVD, at
sampling frequency 96 kHz)
Signal-to-noise ratio ............. 97 dB (1 kHz) (IHF-A network)
(CD: 96 dB (1 kHz) (IHF-A
network))
Dynamic range ..................... 95 dB (1 kHz)
(CD: 94 dB (1 kHz))
Distortion............................... 0.008 % (1 kHz)
Output level:
Video ............................. 1.0 Vp-p/75 (0.2 V)
Audio ............................. 1.0 V (1 kHz, 0 dB)
Number of channels.............. 2 (stereo)
MP3 decoding format ........... MPEG-1 & 2 Audio Layer 3

FM tuner
Frequency range................... 87.9 107.9 MHz
Usable sensitivity.................. 8 dBf (0.7 V/75 , mono, S/
N: 30 dB)
50 dB quieting sensitivity...... 10 dBf (0.9 V/75 , mono)
Signal-to-noise ratio ............. 75 dB (IHF-A network)
Distortion............................... 0.3 % (at 65 dBf, 1 kHz,
stereo)
0.1 % (at 65 dBf, 1 kHz,
mono)
Frequency response ............ 30 15,000 Hz (3 dB)
Stereo separation ................. 45 dB (at 65 dBf, 1 kHz)
Selectivity ............................. 80 dB (200 kHz)
Three-signal intermodulation (desired signal level)
............................................ 30 dBf (two undesired signal
level: 100 dBf)

AM tuner
Frequency range................... 530 1,710 kHz (10 kHz)
Usable sensitivity.................. 18 V (S/N: 20 dB)
Signal-to-noise ratio ............. 65 dB (IHF-A network)
Note:
Specifications and the design are subject to
possible modifications without notice due to
improvements.
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- AVIC-X1R/XU/EW
A

General
Rated power source ............ 14.4 V DC
(allowable voltage range:
12.0 14.4 V DC)
Earthing system................... Negative type
Max. current consumption
................................... 10.0 A
Backup current .................... 6.5 mA or less
Display unit:
Dimensions (W x H x D):
DIN
Chassis ................. 178 x 50 x 160 mm
Nose...................... 188 x 58 x 34 mm
D
Chassis ................. 178 x 50 x 165 mm
Nose...................... 170 x 46 x 29 mm
Weight .......................... 2.5 kg
Hideaway unit:
Dimensions (W x H x D)
................................... 180 x 30 x 140 mm
Weight .......................... 0.7 kg
Navigation
GPS Receiver:
System.......................... L1, C/Acode GPS
SPS (Standard Positioning Service)
Reception system ........ 8-channel multi-channel
reception system
Reception frequency .... 1,575.42 MHz
Sensitivity ..................... 130 dbm
Position update frequency
................................... Approx. once per second
GPS aerial:
Aerial ............................ Micro strip flat aerial/righthanded
helical polarization
Aerial cable .................. 5.0 m
Dimensions (W x H x D)
................................... 33 x 13 x 36 mm
Weight .......................... 105 g
Display
Screen size/aspect ratio ..... 6.5 inch wide/16:9
(effective display area: 144 x
76 mm)
Pixels ................................... 336,960 (1,440 x 234)
Type...................................... TFT active matrix, transmissive
type
Colour system...................... NTSC/PAL compatible
Operating temperature range
........................................... 10 +50 C
Storage temperature range
........................................... 20 +80 C
Angle adjustment................. 50 110
(initial settings: 110)
Audio
Maximum power output ....... 50 W x 4
50 W x 2 ch/4 + 70 W x 1
ch/2 (for subwoofer)

Continuous power output.... 27 W x 4 (DIN 45324,


+B=14.4 V)
Load impedance................. 4 (4 8 [2 for 1 ch]
allowable)
Preout max output level/output impedance
............................................ 2.0 V/100 ohm
Equalizer (3-Band Parametric Equalizer):
Low
Frequency ............. 40/80/100/160 Hz
Q Factor................. 0.35/0.59/0.95/1.15 (+6 dB
when boosted)
Gain ....................... 12dB
Mid
Frequency ............. 200/500/1k/2k Hz
Q Factor................. 0.35/0.59/0.95/1.15 (+6 dB
when boosted)
Gain ....................... 12dB
High
Frequency ............. 3.15k/8k/10k/12.5k Hz
Q Factor................. 0.35/0.59/0.95/1.15 (+6 dB
when boosted)
Gain ....................... 12dB
Loudness contour
Low ................................ +3.5 dB (100 Hz), +3 dB (10
kHz)
Mid................................. +10 dB (100 Hz), +6.5 dB
(10 kHz)
High....................... +11 dB (100 Hz), +11 dB
(10 kHz)
(volume: 30 dB)
Tone controls:
Bass
Frequency ............. 40/63/100/160 Hz
Gain ....................... 12dB
Treble
Frequency ............. 2.5k/4k/6.3k/10k Hz
Gain ....................... 12dB
HPF:
Frequency ..................... 50/80/125 Hz
Slope.............................. 12 dB/oct
Subwoofer:
Frequency ..................... 50/80/125 Hz
Slope.............................. 18 dB/oct
Gain .............................. 12dB
Phase ............................ Normal/Reverse
DVD Drive
System................................ DVD-Video, Compact disc
audio, MP3 system
Usable discs ...................... DVD-Video, Compact disc,
MP3
Region number................... 2
Signal format:
Sampling frequency..... 44.1/48/96 kHz
Number of quantization bits
.................................... 16/20/24; linear
Frequency response........... 5 44,000 Hz (with DVD, at
sampling frequency 96 kHz)
Signal-to-noise ratio ........... 97 dB (1 kHz) (IEC-A network)

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(CD: 96 dB (1 kHz) (IEC-A


network))
Dynamic range .................... 95 dB (1 kHz)
(CD: 94 dB (1 kHz))
Distortion.............................. 0.008 % (1 kHz)
Output level:
Video ............................. 1.0 Vp-p/75 (0.2 V)
Audio.............................. 1.0 V (1 kHz, 0 dB)
Number of channels............. 2 (stereo)
MP3 decoding format .......... MPEG-1 & 2 Audio Layer 3

FM tuner
Frequency range.................. 87.5 108.0 MHz
Usable sensitivity................. 8 dBf (0.7 V/75 , mono, S/
N: 30 dB)
50 dB quieting sensitivity..... 10 dBf (0.9 V/75 , mono)
Signal-to-noise ratio ............ 75 dB (IEC-A network)
Distortion.............................. 0.3 % (at 65 dBf, 1 kHz,
stereo)
0.1 % (at 65 dBf, 1 kHz,
mono)
Frequency response ............ 30 15,000 Hz (3 dB)
Stereo separation ................ 45 dB (at 65 dBf, 1 kHz)
Selectivity ............................ 80 dB (200 kHz)

MW tuner
Frequency range.................. 531 1,602 kHz (9 kHz)
Usable sensitivity................. 18 V (S/N: 20 dB)
Signal-to-noise ratio ............ 65 dB (IEC-A network)

LW tuner
Frequency range.................. 153 281 kHz (9 kHz)
Usable sensitivity................. 30 V (S/N: 20 dB)
Signal-to-noise ratio ............ 65 dB (IEC-A network)
Note:
Specifications and the design are subject to
possible modifications without notice due to
improvements.
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2. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST


NOTES : Parts marked by " * " are generally unavailable because they are not in our Master Spare Parts List.
The > mark found on some component parts indicatesthe importance of the safety factor of the part.
Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation.
Screw adjacent to mark on the product are used for disassembly.
For the applying amount of lobricants or glue, follow the instructions in this manual.
(In the case of no amount instructions,apply as you think it appropriate.)

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2.1 PACKING (AVIC-N2/XU/UC)

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PACKING (AVIC-N2/XU/UC) SECTION PARTS LIST


Mark No.

Description

Mark No.

Part No.

31
32
33
34
35

Description

Part No.

Polyethylene Bag
Angle Assy
Sub Carton

GPS Antenna Assy

CEG1163
CXC1079
CHG5440

1
2
3
4
5

Air Cushioned Bag


Polyethylene Bag
Carton
Contain Box
Protector

CEG1007
CEG1173
CHG5463
CHL5463
CHP2879

6
7
8
9
10

Protector
Protector
Protector
Cord
Cord

CHP2877
CHP2876
CHP2945
CDE5044
CDE6825

36
37
38-1
38-2
38-3

Water Proof Pad


Sheet
Polyethylene Bag
Owner's Manual
Owner's Manual

CZN5442
CZN7008
CEG1116
CRB2025
CRB2026

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12
13
14
15

Cord Assy
Cord Assy
Cord Assy
Antenna Cable
Accessory Assy

CDE7398
CDE7399
CDE7487
CDH1325
CEA3685

38-4
38-5
38-6
38-7
38-8

Owner's Manual/POC/FRE
Owner's Manual/POC/FRE
Installation Manual
Caution Card
Card

CRB2027
CRB2028
CRD3957
CRP1310
ARY1048

16
17
18
19
20

Screw
Bush
Polyethylene Bag
Screw
Screw Assy

CBA1650
CNV1917
E36-615
JGZ20P070FTC
CEA3686

38-9
38-10
38-11
38-12

Cleaning Cloth Assy


Registration Card
Caution Card
Connector

CEA3952
CRY1238
CRP1321
CKX1049

21
22
23
24
25

Screw
Screw(M4x6)
Screw
Polyethylene Sheet
Spacer

BMZ50P060FTC
CBA1468
CMZ50P060FTC
CNM4338
CNM9149

26
27
28
29
30

Accessory Assy
Screw Assy
Screw
Polyethylene Sheet
Screw

CEA3996
CEA4396
CBA1795
CNM4338
HMF40P080FTC

*
*

CXC4864

- Owner's Manual, Installation Manual


Part No.
CRB2025, CRB2026
CRB2027, CRB2028
CRD3957

Language
English
French
English, French

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

13
8

2.2 PACKING (AVIC-X1R/XU/EW)


A

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

14
1

PACKING (AVIC-X1R/XU/EW) SECTION PARTS LIST


Mark No.

Description

Mark No.

Part No.

31
32
33
34
35

Description

Part No.

Polyethylene Bag
Angle Assy
Sub Carton

GPS Antenna Assy

CEG1163
CXC1079
CHG5440

1
2
3
4
5

Air Cushioned Bag


Polyethylene Bag
Carton
Contain Box
Protector

CEG1007
CEG-162
CHG5462
CHL5462
CHP2879

6
7
8
9
10

Protector
Protector
Protector
Cord
Cord

CHP2877
CHP2876
CHP2945
CDE5044
CDE6825

36
37
38-1
38-2
38-3

Water Proof Pad


Sheet
Polyethylene Bag
Owner's Manual/PEE/ENG
Owner's Manual/PEE/ENG

CZN5442
CZN7008
CEG1116
CRB2029
CRB2030

11
12
13
14
15

Cord Assy
Cord Assy
Cord Assy
Antenna Cable
Accessory Assy

CDE7398
CDE7399
CDE7486
CDH1325
CEA3685

38-4
38-5
38-6
38-7
38-8

Owner's Manual/PEE/SPA
Owner's Manual/PEE/SPA
Owner's Manual/PEE/GER
Owner's Manual/PEE/GER
Owner's Manual/PEE/FRE

CRB2031
CRB2032
CRB2033
CRB2034
CRB2035

16
17
18
19
20

Screw
Bush
Polyethylene Bag
Screw
Screw Assy

CBA1650
CNV1917
E36-615
JGZ20P070FTC
CEA3686

38-9
38-10
38-11
38-12
38-13

Owner's Manual/PEE/FRE
Owner's Manual/PEE/ITA
Owner's Manual/PEE/ITA
Owner's Manual/PEE/DUT
Owner's Manual/PEE/DUT

CRB2036
CRB2037
CRB2038
CRB2039
CRB2040

21
22
23
24
25

Screw
Screw(M4x6)
Screw
Polyethylene Sheet
Spacer

BMZ50P060FTC
CBA1468
CMZ50P060FTC
CNM4338
CNM9149

38-14
38-15
38-16
38-17
38-18

Installation Manual
Passport
Warranty Card
Cleaning Cloth Assy
Sheet

CRD3958
CRY1013
CRY1157
CEA3952
CNM8603

26
27
28
29
30

Accessory Assy
Screw Assy
Screw
Polyethylene Sheet
Screw

CEA3996
CEA4396
CBA1795
CNM4338
HMF40P080FTC

*
*

*
*

38-19 Lock Tie


38-20 Caution Card
38-21 Connector

CXC4864

CNV-754
CRP1322
CKX1049
D

- Owner's Manual, Installation Manual


Part No.
CRB2029, CRB2030
CRB2031, CRB2032
CRB2033, CRB2034
CRB2035, CRB2036
CRB2037, CRB2038
CRB2039, CRB2040
CRD3958

Language
English
Spanish
German
French
Italian
Dutch
English, Spanish, German, French, Italian, Dutch

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

15
8

2.3 NAVIGATION UNIT (1)


A

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

16
1

NAVIGATION UNIT (1) SECTION PARTS LIST


Mark No.

Description

Mark No.

Part No.

1
2
3
4
5

Screw
Screw(M2x3)
Screw
Screw
Screw(M2x2.5)

BMZ20P030FZK
CBA1527
BMZ26P025FTC
BMZ26P040FTC
CBA1615

6
7
8
9
10

Screw(M2.6x12)
Spacer
Label(EW model)
Cord Assy
FFC

CBA1620
CNM9200
VRW1860
CDE7401
CDE7740

11
12
13
14
15

FFC
FFC
Screw
Case
Panel

CDE7403
CDE7727
CMZ50P060FTC
CNB3155
CNB3048

16
17
18
19
20

Holder
Bracket
Bracket
Bracket
Bracket

CND2812
CND2815
CND2816
CND2817
CND1947

21
22
23
24
25

Holder
Insulator
Insulator
Insulator
Cover

CND1948
CNM8043
CNM8571
CNM8715
CNM8874

26
27
28
29

IC(IC2405)
Spacer
Panel
CC Unit(UC model)
CC Unit(EW model)

PAL007A
CNM9246
CNS7797
CWM9948
CWM9947

30
31
32
33
34

Screw
Terminal(CN100)
Terminal(CN604)
Terminal(CN605)
Terminal(CN614)

BMZ26P160FTC
CKF1064
CKF1064
CKF1064
CKF1064

35
36
37
38
39

Terminal(CN615)
Terminal(CN2601)
Connector(CN802)
Connector(CN2552)
Connector(CN971)

CKF1064
CKF1064
CKM1332
CKS1940
CKS4822

40
41
42
43
44

Connector(CN608)
Connector(CN2701)
Connector(CN2)

Connector(CN609)

CKS3751
CKS3810
CKS4052

45
46
47
48
49

Connector(CN607)

Connector(CN692)
Connector(CN2551)
Connector(CN731)

CKS4132
CKS4473
VKN1928
CKS4646

50
51
52
53
54

Connector(CN691)
Shield
Shield
Shield
Shield

CKS4814
CND2822
CND2823
CND1951
CND1952

55
56

Holder
Holder

CND1953
CND1954

Description

Part No.

57
58
59

Holder
Sheet
Insulator

CND1955
CNM7902
CNM8572

60
61
62
63

Insulator
Insulator
Heat Sink
Detach Grille Assy(UC model)
Detach Grille Assy(EW model)

CNM8573
CNM8856
CNR1739
CXC4305
CXC4304

64
65
66
67
68

Screw
Button(DETACH)
Button(SRC)
Button(EQ)
Button

BPZ20P080FZK
CAC8431
CAC8432
CAC8433
CAC8434

69
70
71
72
73

Button(RESET)
Spring
Cover
Sheet
Connector(CN5901)

CAC8503
CBH2680
CNS7759
CNM9576
CKS3965

74
75
76
77

Connector(CN5501)
Connector(CN5902)
Sub Grille Unit(UC model)
Sub Grille Unit(EW model)
Knob Unit(VOLUME)

CKS4657
CKS4658
CXC4636
CXC4635
CXC4641

78
79
80
81
82

Knob Unit(SELECT)
Button
Screw(M2x4)
Screw(M2.6x2.5)
Screw(M2x4)

CXC4642
CAC9276
CBA1734
CBA1777
CBA1778

83
84
85
86
87

Spring
Spring
Spring
FFC
Holder

CBH2681
CBH2682
CBH2790
CDE7405
CND1840

88
89
90
91
92

Holder
Insulator
Arm
Arm
Arm

CND1841
CNM8510
CNV8571
CNV8572
CNV8573

93
94
95
96
97

Panel Unit
DVD Mechanism Module(MS3)
Fan Motor(M100)
Fan Motor(M101)
Screw

CXC2693
CXK6325
CXM1284
CXM1289
ISS26P050FTC
E

98
99

CKS4068

Screw
Mother Tuner Unit(UC model)
Mother Tuner Unit(EW model)
100 Connector(CN2801)
101 Connector(CN2802)

PMZ20P160FTC
CWM9946
CWM9945
CKS4871
CKS4822

102
103
104
105
106

CKM1365
CKS4752
CND1956
CND2824
CNM9536

Connector(CN2803)
Connector(CN2804)
Holder
Holder
Sheet

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

17
8

2.4 NAVIGATION UNIT (2)


A

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

18
1

NAVIGATION UNIT (2) SECTION PARTS LIST


Mark No.

Description

Mark No.

Part No.

1
2
3
4
5

Drive Unit
Screw(M2x3)
Screw(M2x2.5)
Screw(M2x4)
Screw(M2x1.5)

CXB9508
CBA1082
CBA1250
CBA1277
CBA1615

6
7
8
9
10

Washer
Spring
Spring
Spring
Spring

CBF1038
CBH2645
CBH2646
CBH2647
CBL1585

11
12
13
14
15

Spring
Spring
Spring
Cord Assy
Cord Assy

CBL1586
CBL1587
CBL1642
CDE7047
CDE7213

16
17
18
19
20

Shaft
Shaft
Shaft
Shaft
Bracket

CLA4270
CLA4305
CLA4306
CLA4309
CND1221

21
22
23
24
25

Case
Holder
Holder
Sheet
Sheet

CND1229
CND1318
CND1449
CNM8522
CNM8037

26
27
28
29
30

Insulator
Insulator
Sheet
Tape
Insulator

CNM8048
CNM8158
CNM8159
CNM8160
CNM8294

31
32
33
34
35

Gear
Gear
Gear
Gear
Gear

CNR1664
CNR1665
CNR1677
CNR1678
CNR1679

36
37
38
39
40

Gear
Gear
Gear
Gear
Gear

CNR1680
CNR1688
CNR1708
CNR1709
CNV7383

41
42
43
44
45

Holder
Holder
Rack
Rack
Slider

CNV7384
CNV7385
CNV7386
CNV7387
CNV7388

46
47
48
49
50

Slider
Holder
Arm
Gear
Gear

CNV7389
CNV7390
CNV7391
CNV7522
CNV7523

Description

Part No.
A

51
52
53
54
55

Gear
Gear
Chassis Unit
Frame Unit
Holder Unit

CNV7524
CNV7529
CXB9509
CXB9511
CXB9512

56
57
58
59
60

Shaft Unit
Holder Unit
Motor Unit(M3001)(Position)
Motor Unit(M3002)(Angle)
Screw

CXB9513
CXB9514
CXB9515
CXB9516
CZB3082

61
62
63
64
65

Screw
Washer
Screw(M2x1.8)
Screw(M2x4)
Main Unit

CZB3083
CZB3084
CZB3085
CZB3088
CZW3087

66
67
68
69
70

Screw
Connector(CN3801)
Connector(CN3802)
Connector(CN3803)
Connector(CN3807)

BMZ26P050FTC
CKS4068
CKS4732
CKS4732
CKS4733

71
72
73
74
75

Connector(CN3809)
Heat Sink
IC(IC3801)
SW Unit
Volume(VR3841)

CKS4733
CND1228
BA00AST
CZW3088
CCW1025

76
77
78
79
80

Volume Unit
Screw
Screw
Washer
Washer

CZW3089
IMS20P020FTC
IMS20P030FZK
YE15S
CZB3089

81
82
83
84
85

Holder
Screw
Cover
Holder
Flexible PCB

CND2813
JFZ20P022FNI
CNS7760
CNV8569
CNP7621

86
87
88
89

Shield
Screw(M2x2)
Screw(M2x3)
Sheet

CNM8969
CBA1753
CBA1797
CNM9201

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

19
8

2.5 NAVIGATION UNIT (3)


A

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

20
1

NAVIGATION UNIT (3) SECTION PARTS LIST


Mark No.

Description

Part No.

1
2
3
4
5

Screw
Button(NAVI/AV)
Button(NAVI MENU)
Button(OPEN/CLOSE)
Button(DISP,PGM)(UC model)

BPZ20P060FTC
CAC8427
CAC8428
CAC8430
CAC8504

6
7
8
9

Button(DISP,TA)(EW model)
LCD
FFC
Holder
Holder

CAC8429
CAW1870
CDE7488
CND2010
CND2825

10
11
12
13
14

Insulator
Spacer
Sheet
Cushion
Lighting Conductor

CNM8616
CNM8707
CNM8858
CNM9148
CNV8570

15
16
17
18
19

Touch Panel
Screw(M2x2.5)
FFC
Holder
Sheet

CSX1083
CBA1615
CDE7196
CND2418
CNM7784

20
21
22
23

Insulator
Sheet
Conductor
Monitor Unit(UC model)
Monitor Unit(EW model)

CNM8031
CNM8265
CNM8857
CWM9950
CWM9949

24
25
26
27
28

Connector(CN4801)
Connector(CN4005)
Connector(CN4301)

Connector(CN5002)

CKS3991
CKS4054
CKS4054

29
30
31
32
33

Connector(CN4003)
Connector(CN5001)
Connector(CN4681)
Connector(CN4002)
Connector(CN4701)

CKS4595
CKS4595
CKS4675
CKS4793
CKS4818

34
35

Display Sub Grille Unit(UC model)

CKS4428

LCD Panel

CWX3056
CXC4634
Display Sub Grille Unit(EW model) CXC4633

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

21
8

2.6 HIDEAWAY UNIT AND CORD ASSY


A

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

22
1

HIDEAWAY UNIT AND CORD ASSY SECTION PARTS LIST


Mark No.

Description

Mark No.

Part No.

1
2
3
4
5

Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw(M2.6x12)
Chassis

BMZ26P030FTC
BMZ26P060FZK
BSZ26P060FTC
CBA1620
CNA2697

Case(UC model)
Case(EW model)
Holder
Insulator
Gasket

CNB3154
CNB3153
CND2821
CNM8565
CNM8954

11
12
13

Mother Tuner Unit(UC model)


Mother Tuner Unit(EW model)
Screw
Cord Assy
FM/AM Tuner Unit(UC model)

CWM9946
CWM9945
BMZ26P060FTC
CDE7397
CWE1651

14
15
16
17

FM/AM Tuner Unit(EW model)


Connector(CN101,102)
Holder
Pin Jack(CN1351)
Terminal(CN1401)

CWE1650
CKS4653
CND1432
CKB1065
CKF1064

18
19
20
21
22

Terminal(CN1403)
Terminal(CN1903)
Terminal(CN1904)
Pin Jack(CN1301)
Pin Jack(CN1701)

CKF1064
CKF1064
CKF1064
CKB1071
CKB1071

23
24
25
26
27

Connector(CN1950)
Connector(CN1101)
Connector(CN551)
Connector(CN1841)
Connector(CN552)

CKS4822
CKS3414
CKS5205
CKS5205
CKS5204

28
29
30
31
32

Connector(CN1201)
Connector(CN1001)
Antenna Jack(CN1402)
Holder

CKS4590
CKS4646
CKX1056
CND2818

33
34
35
36
37

Holder
Holder
Holder
Holder
GPS Unit(UC model)

CND1901
CND1902
CND2819
CND2820
CWX2960

38
39
40
41

GPS Unit(EW model)


Connector(CN461)
Connector(CN504)
Shield
Holder

CWX2929
CKS4280
CKS4432
CNC9192
CNC9252

42
43
44
45
46

Shield
Fan Motor(M102)
Screw
Cord
Cap

CND1161
CXM1293
ISS26P060FTC
CDE6825
CNS1472

7
8
9
10

Description

Part No.

47
48
49
50
> 51

Resistor
Cord Assy
Cap
Cord Assy(UC model)
Fuse(10A)

RS1/2PMF102J
CDE7399
CNV6727
CDE7487
CEK1136

52
53
54
55
56

Cord Assy(EW model)


Cap(EW model)
Cord(EW model)
Shield(EW model)
Shield(EW model)

CDE7486
CKX-003
CDH1332
CND2814
CND1964

57
58
59

Tuner Unit(Y1801)(EW model) CWE1674


Transistor(Q1907)
2SB1629
Transistor(Q1908,1909)
2SD2396

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

23
8

2.7 DVD MECHANISM MODULE


A

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

24
1

DVD MECHANISM MODULE SECTION PARTS LIST


Mark No.

Description

Mark No.

Part No.

1
2
3
4
5

DVD Core Unit(MS3)


Connector(CN1501)
Connector(CN1401)
Connector(CN1202)
Connector(CN1611)

CWX2941
CKS4282
CKS4052
CKS4624
CKS4052

6
7
8
9
10

Connector(CN1603)
Connector(CN1101)
Connector(CN1201)
Screw
Screw(M2 x 3.5)

CKS4374
CKS4625
CKS4067
BMZ20P020FTC
CBA1571

11
12
13
14
15

Screw(M2 x 2.5)
Washer
Washer
Spring
Spring

CBA1623
CBF1038
CBF1064
CBH2586
CBH2587

16
17
18
19
20

Spring
Spring
Spring
Spring
Spring

CBH2588
CBH2589
CBH2590
CBH2591
CBH2592

21
22
23
24
25

Spring
Spring
Spring
Spring
Spring

CBH2593
CBH2594
CBH2595
CBH2596
CBH2597

26
27
28
29
30

Spring
Spring
Spring
Spring
Spring

CBH2598
CBH2599
CBH2600
CBH2601
CBH2602

31
32
33
34
35

Spring
Spring
Spring
Spring
Spring

CBH2603
CBH2604
CBH2605
CBH2711
CBL1564

36
37
38
39
40

Shaft
Shaft
Shaft
Lever

CLA3881
CLA4206
CLA4207
CNC9933

41
42
43
44
45

Holder
Holder
Holder
Frame
Sheet

CNC9939
CND2251
CNC9941
CND2250
CNM6883

46
47
48
49
50

Sheet
Sheet
Lever
Lever
Cam

CNM8283
CNM8643
CNV8076
CNV7155
CNV7156

51
52
53
54
55

Rack
Clamper
Arm
Arm
Arm

CNV7157
CNV7158
CNV7159
CNV7160
CNV7161

56

Arm

CNV7162

Description

Part No.

57
58
59
60

Arm
Arm
Roller
Arm

CNV7163
CNV7164
CNV7165
CNV7166

61
62
63
64
65

Guide
Gear
Gear
Gear
Gear(Black)

CNV8093
CNV7169
CNV7170
CNV7171
CNV7172

66
67
68
69
70

Gear
Gear
Rack
Gear
Arm

CNV7173
CNV7174
CNV7175
CNV7176
CNV8077

71
72
73
74
75

Lever
Lever
Screw
Gear
Holder

CNV7178
CNV7179
IMS20P030FTC
CNV7181
CNV7183

76
77
78
79
80

Holder
Guide
Roller
Damper
Damper

CNV7184
CNV7745
CNV7344
CNV7470
CNV7471

81
82
83
84
85

Collar
Compound Unit(A)

Compound Unit(B)
Washer

CNV7645
CWX3154

86
87
88
89
90

Chassis Unit
Arm Unit
Frame Unit
Arm Unit
Bracket Unit

CXC3629
CXB8681
CXB8683
CXC4701
CXB8685

91
92
93
94
95

Motor Unit(LOADING)(M1)
Motor Unit(CARRIAGE)(M2)
Screw Unit
Roller Unit
Motor(SPINDLE)(M3)

CXC4659
CXC4314
CXB8689
CXB8690
CXM1308

96
97
98
99
100

Screw
Photo-transistor(Q1299)

JFZ20P018FTC
CPT231SCTD
Spring Switch(S1201,1202,1203) CSN1069
Spring Switch(S1204,1205)
CSN1070
Resistor(R1298,1299)
RS1/16S0R0J

101
102
103
104
105

Arm
Arm
Spring

CNV7742
CNV7743
CBH2710

106
107
108
109
110

Spring
Spring
Pickup Unit(Service)(Screw)
Screw Assy
Screw(M1.4 x 1.4)

CBL1643
CBH2712
GXX1234
CXX1750
CBA1787

CWX3156
YE20FTC

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

25
8

3. BLOCK DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM


3.1 BLOCK DIAGRAM
A
CN692

TELE ATLAS/
DEBUG

CTOEX
EXTOC
CTOTA
TATOC

4
5
7
8
9

IC 302
TC7SH08FUS1

RESET DIRECT
Q691
2SD1767

CCD3
BACKUP2

IC 301
M51957BFP

FU691

2
1

RST3

5
SYSRST

Q301
DTC114EU

Q692
IMD3A

SYSTEM CONTROL

DISCSET

ADC_GCNT0-2
MICSNS

143,142,65
96

CN2

CTOSYS

CN1401

TELE ATLAS/DEBUG
CPUWDT
11-14

CN2551
2

IC 4
TC7SZ08FU

2
1

RST3

SDRAM

IC 1
K4S561632E-TL75

IC 3
HY57V561620CLT-H

37

IC 5
PD6336C

CKE

13
56

X1
30,000MHZ

57

IC 2
UPD705103GM-180S1

X1

X2

R/W
105

XCS2,4-7

16

IC 102

IC 113
M5M5V216ATP-70HI

2
1

CLK

E
REAROFF
REARON
ILMG
ILMA

IC 5501
SBX3050-01

REM

I
TC7S

63

55

49

XCCSTBY

129
152
147
143
202

AOUTRED
AOUTGREEN
AOUTBLUE
FSC

204 OUTCSYNC
1,2
207 OVER

IC7
TC7SET

128

X202
14.31818MHz

DLED

Q2702
DTC144EU

CN2701

DFLED

4
6
8
9

4
6
8
9

7
9
11
12

7 REAROFF
9 REARON
11 ILMG
12 ILMA
Q2701
DTC114TU

10

10 REM

Q2705
2SA1577
Q2704
UMH1N

1,2

4
IC2701
TC7SH08FUS1

4
IC2702
TC7SH14FUS1

14
13
12
5
3

14
13
12
5
3

17
16
15
8
6
2

17
16
15
8
6
2

KEY0
KEY1
KEY2
RDT0
RDT1
RESET

Q602(1/2)
UMD2N

REM0

RESETM

CN5902

RESET
Q602(2/2)
UMD2N

VDD

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
2

GV

OSCOUT

S5901
RESET

Q2703
2SA1577

PANEL PCB

CN5501

26

GPSTOC

(S5511)

KEY0
KEY1
KEY2
RDTB
RDTA

30

60

X3

Q2716
DTC124EU

RST3

CN5901

REMOCON

PKBSNS

I
TC7S

VDD5

- +
p
o
g
i
m n
WIDE
ANGLE
BAND EJECT
EQ
(S5509) (S5502,5503) (S5501) (S5507) (S5506)

126

1,2

Q2714
2SA1576

SRAM_CSE

(ILMGND)

q
REAR
(S5508)

CTOGPS

33.8688MHz

124

XCS_SRAM

1
2

KEYBOARD PCB

k
ENT
(S5505)

58

IC 112
TC7SH00FUS1
4

f
SRC
(S5504)

29

SCARLET

REM_IN

IC 114
TC7SH08FUS1

VOL

18

X2

S
AOUTR
AOUTG
IC 201
AOUTB
MB86291APFVS-G-DL DCLK0

19

IC 107-109
TC74LCX541FTS1
(ADDRESS BUS BUFFER)

CPUWDT

Q201
UMD2N

CSYNC

SRAM

(S5510)

XCCSTBY

30.000MHz

IC 103-106
TC74LCX245FTS1
(DATA BUS BUFFER)

IC 111
PEH006A(UC)
PEH004A(EW)

TIP

11

FLASH ROM

IC 101

TC7SH04FUS1 TC74LCX08FTS1 TIMING GEN

IC 110
PEH005A(UC)
PEH003A(EW)

DAC_DATA

14
REM_IN
11
XCS_SRAM
44
SRAM_CSE

CKB

FLASH ROM

127

37
ADC_DATA

CC UNIT (1/2)

GPSTOC1

CTOSYS

EXTAL1

ANTON1
PBSNS

SDRAM

XTAL1

IC 2551
TC7WT125FU

EXTAL0

CN2552

125

ANTON

CN1501

DIGITAL OUT

CPOGPS1

DIGI IN

XTAL0

IC 691
UPD4721GSS1

27

28
CCON
32
RSTOUT

CCON
SYSRST
Q621
IMD2A

73

NTEMPI

VDD5S

CN609

MOTOR DRIVE
SYSTEM CONTROL

TH601

NTEMPI
3
2
1

PWRMTR

3V 5V

POWER ON RESET

DISCSET
4,5

RST3

9,10

12,13

RXN

22

CPUWDT
1,2

IC604
TC7SH08FUS1

30

1,2

18

11

CPUWDT
CTOGPS

RST3
8

CTOSYS

DISC

3,142,65

RESET

IC 601 (1/2)
PD5937A

RST3

X601
10,000MHZ

1,2
IC605
TC7SH08FUS1

12

2
NFANCNT
80
MUTEGU
62
WCONT
70
WREMIN

A 2/7

NFANCNT
MUTEGU
WCONT
WREMIN

IC 612
S-80840CNMC-B8Z

VDD

RESET

RXN
51MUTE
AMPSTB
IRQPW
MUTNS
SELR
SELL
ASENS
BSENS
ILMSENS
TELIN
ANTPW

CPUWDT

IC602
TC74VHCT08AFTS1
10

DISC

PKBSNS

GPSTOC

M
CN3801

XOUT

XIN

MUTE51
AMPSTB
IRQPW
MUTENS
NOSELR
NOSELL
ASENS
BSENS
ISENS
TELIN
ANTPW

68
43
31
34
36
35
16
15
47
49
61

ADC
9

IC 305
AK5381VT

IC 304
AK4351VT

ONSEIMIC

ONSEIMIC

11

DACOUTL

DACOUTL

DAC

(2/2)

XCCSTBY

RGB 75W DRIVER


NTSC ENCORDING

CCD3C

CVOUT

REAR/FRONT
VIDEO SELECTOR LEVEL ADJ.
20

CVOUT

3
1

AOUTRED
AOUTGREEN
AOUTBLUE
FSC

2
3
4
6

4 OUTCSYNC
1,2
7 OVER

IC757

10

TC7SET08FUS1 4

RIN
GIN
BIN
SCIN

IC 751
CXA1645M

DVDV

DVDV

SELV

IC 753
NJM2235V

37
1

REARON

ILMPWR

Q2706
IMD2A

IC 755
NJM2561F1

IC 754
NJM2561F1

RETV

FMONV

23
22
21

DLED

Q752
2SC4081

from (2/2)
ROUT
GOUT
BOUT

from (2/2)

SELV

SYNL

IC 756
NJM2235V

VFSEL

9
2
7
3
2

VRSEL

Q201
UMD2N

SYSTEM CONTROL
REAON
TSI
IC 601
(2/2)
ILMPWR PD5937A
DSENS
MUTESO

BACKUP1

3V 5V

38
XCCSTB
TSO

ARMSW

29
24

6
5

IC 608
TC7WT125FU

2
3

PTOH

25

HTOP

46

Q601

GNDISO

2SC4081
51

MUTESO
DSENS

AUPW
ILMDIM

19

CN608

AUPW

45

MTOH
HTOM

ILMDIM

HRX
HTX

24
25

REM

Q751
2SC4081

BACKUP1
Q2707
DTC144EU
8.5V

MONVBS
ANB
ANG
ANR

Q2708
2SA1577

4
N

REM0
1,2

IC758
TC7SZ08FU

Q830-E

5.6V REG
IC 810
S-812C56AUA-C3K
Q830
UMF23N

CSYNC
SWAC56
3

YS
ILMG
ILMA
MOREM

RESET

BACKUP1

Q2715
2SD1767

LCDBL
SBLPWR

FU2701
Q602(2/2)
UMD2N

Q2713
IMD2A

RDT1
RDT0

Q2717
DTC144EU

RESETM

MFLPW

RDTB
RDTA
KEY2
KEY1
KEY0
MFLPW

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

39
37
36
35
33
20

27

G
CN4002

17
18
22
19
31
30
29
10
9
8

26

27
8

CC UNIT (2/2)

CN607

Q754
2SC4081

38 VIDEO OUT

ADC_GCNT0-2

DVDV
LPF,AMP

to (1/2)

MUTE
Q2402
DTC323TU

ANALOG LOUT

36

VCONTB

18

VCONTA

20

14

IC2601(2/2)
NJM3403AV

Q2604,2605,2607
DTC323TU
Q2603,2606,2608
UMD2N

IC2601(1/2)
NJM3403AV

ELECT
SOU
RETR

DVDL 42
IN3
DVDR 36
IN3

Q2401
UMD2N

MMUTE

17

MUTE CONT

CN1611

Q2403
DTC323TU

ANALOG ROUT

34

RETL

IC2407
NJM3403AV

MUTE

DVD BUFF.
&
DVD LPF

MIC HPF
MIC AMP

ATT

SELL 43
IN4
SELR 35
IN4

CONTB

MUTE 20

CONTA

VST
VDT
VCK

24 SLVSTS

RST3

IC309
TC7SH08FUS1

XRES
21
DISCSET
29

MUTE

LPF
IC2553
NJM2068V

ONSEIMUTE1

Q2409
DTC323TU

Q2408
UMD2N

RESETM

MUTE
CONT

1,6

MU

19
ST
18
DA
17
CL

L,R SEP AMP


IC2402
TC7W66FU 7
1
IC2552
NJM2068V

Q2414
DTC124EU

NOSELL

C
NOSELR

ONSEIMIC

DACOUTL

Q2
DTC1

MUTENS

A
(1/2)

D
MUTE CONT

Q731
IMD3A
SWACPW

VDD5

IC2408
NJM2107F

Q
IM
4

BUP

CCD5
Q2410
UMD2N

CN731

AU85

MUTEVOL

18 MUTEAMP
RESETM
VST
9
VDT
10
VCK
11
1
2
4
5
6

CN1001

21
22
23
24
25
12
13
14
26

16

MUTESO
OFMT
MUTEAMP
RESETM

FU809

Q806
DTC144EU

FU806
PWRVI

Q2421
UMD2N

Q2419
UMD2N

FU801
PWRFL
MBUP

VDD

Q821
2SA1834F5
Q822
DTC114EU

8.0V REG

AMPSTB

VCC5

IC613
TC7SH00FUS1

2
1

IC611
TC7S04FU

2
1

1,2
IC603
TC7SH08FUS1

Q801
2SB1260
Q802
DTC114EU

CONTB

IRQPW

SELV

AUPW

to (1/2)

IC803
TPS5102IDBT

18

Q815,819
RK4936

Q807
2SB1260
Q808
DTC114EU

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

28
1

BAC

8.5V, 5V REG
28
8.5V

8.5V
FU807

AMP
IC752
NJM2137V

FU802

5V

CCD5

CPUWDT1

MFLPWR

IC805
TPS5103IDB
Q811
RK4936

DVD8
(300mA)

AU85

DSENS

FU808

BSENS
REM
MTOH
HTOM
HTOP
CTOGPS
GPSTOC
RETV
PTOH

SELV

BU

PWRMTR

RESET

Q805
RSQ030P03

DSWBUP

Q2422
2SC4081

RETR
RETL
SELR
SELL
GNDISO

RQ

AUPW

17

FU804

J
CN691
HPF
AMP

NAVI FAN
Q823-825
835

NFANCNT

1(1/2)
403AV

CCFAN
FU803

MICSNS
MICIN

Q823,825,835
2SC4081

Q824
2SB1184F5

ELECTRONIC VOLUME/
SOURCE SELECTOR
IC2401
PML009A

DVDL 42
IN3_L
DVDR 36
IN3_R
SELL 43
IN4_L
SELR 35
IN4_R
MUTE 20
VST
VDT
VCK

Q2610
UMD2N
MBUP

23
RR
11
RL
22
PR
12
PL

MUTERCA

22

12

12

FL
RL
SWL
SWR
RR
FR

GUIDE SP AMP
FL 10
24
FR

22

MIXIN

IC2403
TDA7052BT

MICSNS

MICR
Q2801
2SC4081

MIC
MUTEGU

1,6

Q2611
UMD2N

AUDIO/GUIDE
MIXAMP

MUTE
Q2417
Q2418
DTC323TU

19

GUIDEON
Q2886
2SC4081

18

WREM SEL
14
WREM AN
15

MUTE

FL
RL
PRE L
PRE R
RR
FR

Q2831-2833
Q2844-2846
DTC323TU

MUTERCA
10
ONSP+
16
ONSP17
B.REMOTE
19

9
5
1
3
7
11

BREM

Q2420
DTC114EU

CN2804

GUIDE
SPEAKER
OUT

14
1 FR

AUDIO AMP
Q2414
DTC124EU

FR
FL
RL
RR

Q2416
UMD2N
MUTE
CONT

11
12
14
15

25

CN802
IC2405
PAL007A

Q2415
DTC124EU

MUTE CONT
Q2427,2428
DTC124EU

22

TELIN

ASENS

MUTE

3
5
7
9
17
19
21
23

FLFL+
FRFR+
RR+
RRRL+
RL-

IC807
TPD1018F
Q839
UMD2N

MUTE51
PKBSNS

BSENS

ISENS
CCD5

VDD5

Q828
IMX1

BUP

MUTE

12

Vehicle
I/F

BACKUP2
15

BUP

BACKUP1

Q837
2SC4081

ILL

A.ANT
1

1
3
5
7
8
6
4
2

MBUP
FU810

MUTE 14
ILL
13

ACC
11
P.B
9

ACC

FAN DRIVE

MFLPWR

DSENS

VDD5

Q951
DTC114EU

P.B

BUP

ANTPW
6

Q704
2SA1576

Q840
2SA1576

13
3

MUTE

FL

IC2404
NJM2058V

9
6

MBUP

17

MICL

L,R SEP AMP


IC2402
TC7W66FU 7
1
IC2552
NJM2068V

CN2803

FL
1
RL
2
SWL
3
SWR
6
RR
7
FR
8

1
2
3
6
7
8

MUTERCA 10
ONSP+
16
ONSP17
BREM
19

CCFAN

CCFAN

WCONT
14
WREMIN
15

WCONT
14
WREMIN 15

RR
RL
SWR
SWL

MUTE

19
STB
18
DATA
17
CLK

20

FAN
MOTOR

CN2802

CN2801

20

MUTEGU

RELAY PCB

EXTENSION

Q971-973

BACKUP2

FAN
MOTOR

CN971
2
FU971

Q971
IMX2

DSENS

Q972
IMD3A

AUPW

SD3VC

FU813

3.3V
28

CCD3C

IC804
TPS5102IDBT

FU805
BUP

11

2.5V

CCD3
MFLPWR

Q973
2SD1767

3.3V,2.5V REG

Q809
2SA1797

18

Q816,820
RK4936

VDD33

CCD5C
Q810
DTC114EU
FU802

3V REG

Q829
2SB1184F5

SRVDD33

BACKUP2

VCC33

Q803
2SA1834F5

BUP3C

IC806
S-L2980A33MC-C6S

1,3

FU814

5.6V REG
Q804
DTC114EU

CONTB

VDD5

IC808
S-812C52AUA-C3G

FU811
CCD25C
FU804
VCC18

IC801
PQ018EZ01ZP

Q832
RSQ030P03

FU812
DSWVDD
1

1.8VREG

DSENS

Q838
DTC144EU

CONTA

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

29
8

MONITOR PCB

A
CN4002
16
17

20

VILMG
VILMA

REMCON

1,2

IC4702
TC7SH08FUS1

17

REM

PWRFL
1
PWRFL
2
PWRFL
3

LC
CONT
IC4
PD63

B
22

X4701
4.97MHz

23

10

VCC

Q4741
DTA123JK

18

76
77
78

HRX

11
LKYDT
LDPDT 12

KEY0
KEY1

9
8
10
63
64

DIMMER

TXD
RXD
MFLPW
ROT0
ROT1

60

SWACPW

62
13
VSW5V

14 PWRVI
15 PWRVI

FU4831

IC4901
NJM2903V

44
43

RESET

LSEN

2
VDDSENS

LSEN

TEMP SENS

MVIPW
TEMPSEN

V REG
IC4851
R1224N102H
Q4851
CPH6316

Q4831
2SB1260

INVPUL

IC4601
PE5413B

Q4603
2SC4617

SWAC56

DIMMER

INVBST

IC4602
S-80835CNNB-B8U

19

KYDT
DPDT

KEY2

RESET

13

20
18

LSWVDD 30

1,2
IC4212
TC7SH08FUS1

HTX
22
MFLPW
23
ROT0
25
ROT1
26

VLCD

MONITOR
SYSTEM
CONTROL

KEY0
8
KEY1
9
KEY2
10

21

X1

Q4742
DTC124EK

LCDBL

C
CN608

X0

TH4601

80

VCC(V33)

REG.
2

Q4832
DTC114EK

IC4841
R1130H251B

PNLYV
PNLXV
PNLADX
PNLADY

VCC(V25)

PNLYV
PNLXV
PNLADX
PNLADY

25
24
1
3

REG.
7

Q4833
2SC4617

VCC(V18)

15
4

VCC(V8)
VCC(V5)

IC4861

46-50

Q4835
2SD1664

VCC(VM12)

E
35

Q4101
2SC4617

MONVBS

ANB
33
ANG
32
ANR
31

Q4101-4103

65

CVI1

FILTER

Q4112,4122,4132
2SA1774

Q4111-4113
Q4121-4123
Q4131-4133

54
53
52

BIN
GIN
RIN

YS

1,2

FILTER
29

CSYNC

2
IC 4142
TK15404AMI

1,2

IC 4061
TC7SH08FUS1
FILTER
IC 4141
TC7SH08FUS1

93

ROUT

18

2
Q4151(1/2)

38

HDIN

CDAO
POLC
CKIN

XO
82

28

XI
83

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
2

IC 4181
NJM082BV

Q4183
UMT2N

X4001 42MHz

Q4151(2/2)
14

13

VCOM AMP
74

30

Q4152(2/2)
1

IC 4151
NJM2138V

Q4002
2SC4617
72

RGB AMP

Q4152(1/2)
36

FNAVI

Q4153(2/2)
7

34

IC 4001
TC90A64AF-P

BOUT
4

Q4151-4156
UMZ1N

Q4153(1/2)

OSD

GOUT
24

IC4651
S-93C46BR0I-J8T1

FILTER

Q4102
Q4103
2SA1774 2SC4617

Q4111,4113,4121,4123,4131,4133
2SC4617

EEP ROM

MAX1748EUES1

I
CN4003

17

REM

26
KDT4
25
KDT3
KST2 13
KST1 14

INVERTER PCB
A

CN5001

KDT4
1
KDT3
2
KST2
10
KST1
11
ILMG
12
ILMA
13

16
15
7
6
5
4

NAVI SW

KDT4
KDT3
KS2
KS1
VILMG

S5001

S5002

S5003

NAVI AV

POS

NAVI MENU

VILMA
VFL2

INVERTER
T5001

Q5001
2SC4617
3

LCD
CONTROL

22

701
7MHz

ENA

7
12
V2500 PDRV_C
11
9
NDRV-D
FB

Q5004
2SC4617
DIMDTY

DIMDTY
Q5003
DTA144EE

X0

19
PDRV_A
20
NDRV-B

VR5001

17

INVPUL

X1

INVBST
10

Q4741
DTA123JK

3
PWRFL 14
PWRFL 15
PWRFL
16

VLCD

10

INVPUL

IC5002
1,2 TC7SET08FUS1 4

INVBST
14
3 PWRFL
PWRFL
2
1 PWRFL

CN5002
1
2

IC5004
SI6544DQ

RT
OVP

23

IC5005
SI6544DQ

IC5003
OZ961ISN

Q5002
2SC4617

IC4701
PD6340A

18 CT

VFL2

Q5101,5102,5020
2SC4617
Q5103
Q5105
2SA1774
UMX2N

FU5001
V5

Q5011
2SC4081

Q4742
DTC124EK

FEEDBACK DET
CN4701

LCD
20
18

KYDT
DPDT

CN4005
15
KDT1
16
KDT2

MMER
4901
M2903V

SW

CN4301

KDT1
2
KDT2
6
KST1
7
KST2
8

10
6
5
4

S4351

S4353

DISP

HALF/CLK

S4352

S4354

TA/NEWS

OPEN/CLOSE
SUB LCD BACK LIGHT
D4321,D4322

VLBL

VLBL

AUTO DIMMER SENSOR AMP


LSEN

10

LSEN

IC4311
NJM062V

EMP SENS
TH4601

H UPPER PCB

TOUCH PANEL CONTROL


CN4681
Q4681,4682
IMD2A
Q4683
FMG12

PNLYV
PNLXV
PNLADX
PNLADY

TOUCH PANEL
LCD PANEL

EEP ROM
IC4651
C46BR0I-J8T1

LCD
BACK LIGHT

CN4801

6
Q4153(2/2)

Q4156

Q4152(2/2)

Q4155

VR

VG
Q4151(2/2)

27

Q4154

14

VB

COM AMP

28

LCD

26

Q4182
UMX2N
VCOM

17

Q4183
UMT2N

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

31
8

MOTHER PCB
AMP

CN1402

RF IN

AM_ANT

Lch

TO FM/AM TUNER UNIT

3.3V REG
1

IC1401
NJM2391DL1-33

17

VOD_3.3

Rch

23

24

IC1402
NJM4558E

DORAL

DORAR

FM_ANT
3

UC model
VDORA85
L1411

L1407

L1413

EW model
Q1402
2SC3127

FM TUNER UNIT
1

CN1001
22

CN1404

Q1401
2SC3357

REM

Y1801
CWE1674

CN1801

26 PTOH
10
11
18
21
9
23

X1601
12.58MHz

VDT
VCK
MUTEAMP
BSENS
VST
MTOH

20 RESET

17

IC1607
TC7SH08FUS1

HRESET

MUTEVOL

VHVDD2

VHVDD
VHFM85
VHBUP

CN731

HMUTEVOL

Q1902
2SA1036K

HSWACPW

HSWACPW

Q1904
DTC114EK

Q1601
2SC2412K

VHSWAC5

VHVDD

27 SWVDD
28 FM85
29 SWBUP

24 HTOM
25 HTOP

IC1601
TC7SH04FUS1

19 ASENBO

IC1604
TC7SH08FUS1

IC1605
TC7SH08FUS1

ASENS

1,2

HTOM

1,2

HTOP

AUDIO ISOLATOR
1
2
3

12
IN2A
13
IN1A
15 IN1B

RETR
RETL
ISOGND

8 NMR
OUT2
1 NML
OUT1

IC1002
TA2050FS1

DORAL

VIDEO ISOLATOR
3
2

14 RETV
15 VGND

D
13
12
16
4
5
7

IC1001
NJM2137V

DORAR
1

NMV
NMV

GPSTOC
CTOGPS
RQ
SELR
SELL
SELV

Q1905
2SB1260

VDORA85

VHSYS5

1
Q1906
DTC114EK

IC1902
M5237ML

Q1903
DTC114EK

Q1951
2SD2098

CN1950
1

NMR

VHSYS14

VHBUP

Q1901
2SA1036K
VHVDD

FAN MOTOR

NML

HACCPW
Q1907
2SB1629

VHSYS14

AVV

IPL
IPR

Q1908
2SD2396
VHAV88

Q1952
2SD2098

FU1951

VTR2V
VHAV5

VTR1V

CN1301
VTR1V

VIDEO

VCR1
INPUT

VIDEO ISOLATOR
1
IC1302
3
NJM2137V

VTR1L
VTR1V

VTR1R

5V REG

AUDIO ISOLATOR
VTR1L

13

VTR1R

12

AUDIO L

IC1301
TA2050FS1

VTR1L

VTR1R

VHFM85

IC1872
S-L2980A50MC-C7J

IC1871
S-812C33AMC-C2N

AD5V

AUDIO R

REAR VIEW
CAMERA
INPUT

VTR2V

IC1352
NJM2137V

Q1909
2SD2396

3V REG

VIDEO ISOLATOR

CN1351

VTR2V

VHVDD

VHFM85

BUP3V

CN1951

CAR SPEED
AND
REVERSE GEAR
SIGNAL INPUT

1
2

PULSE
REVERSE

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

32
1

IC1901
NJM2391
DL1-33

VHCC33

HREM

MCON INTERFEACE
Q1201
2SA1037K

IC1603
PE5412B(UC)
PE5411B(EW)
21

REMOUT 10

VSELIN1
VSELIN2

VPP

HRESET

34

X2

53

RX

HIPRX

TX

27

HIPTX

IPPW

28

HIPPW

ASENBOH

29

HASENBO

HMUTEA

68

RESET

IC1608
TC7SH04FUS1

VIDEO ISOLATOR
1

HIPTX

HIPRX

DIN1
BUS-

DOUT

HIPPW

VIDEO GND 1
COMP VIDEO 2

CN1101

BUS+

MUTEA

2
3

IC1201
NJM2137V

TX_RX
IC1101
HA12240FP

VHBUP
25 MUTEVOL

AV ON 12

AVV

Q1581
2SA1037K

13

AV-BUS
INPUT

AVONIN

26

39 X1

38

IP-SEL1 4
IP-SEL2 5

VSELIN1
VSELIN2

51
52

Q1607
2SC4081
AVONIN

X1601
12.58MHz

CN1201

Q1202
2SC2412K

BUS+ 1

BUS- 5

STBN
8

Q1583
2SC4081

Q1102
2SA1576
ASENB

VHBUP

SWACPW

Q1582
2SC4081
ASENS

91

HTOM

HTOP

REVSENS

44

SDA

72

HASENBO

REVSENS

HTOP
SCL

AUDIO ISOLATOR
IC1102
TA2050FS1

71

AV SELECTOR
DORAL 59
LV6
RV6

NMV

22 V4

NML

23

NMR

25

SCL

IC1501
CXA2069Q

SDA

IPL

29

IPR

31

VTR1V 15
VTR1L

16

VTR1R 18

IPR

Q1551
2SA1576

34

OUT2

IC1552
NJM2561F1

REAR
OUTPUT

CN1701
REARV

VIDEO

REARAL
V/YOUT2

RV4

44

V/YOUT2

43

LOUT2

45

ROUT2

Q1559
FMG12

AUDIO
L

MUTE

REARAR
AUDIO
R

Q1556
2SC2412K

V5

LV5

TV

VOUT1
LOUT1

53

VOUT1

52

SELL

54

SELR

CN1841

Q1872
2SA1037K

RV5
Q1558
2SC2412K

GBUP

VHBUP

Q1871
DTC114EU

10

10

CN551

GBUP

10

AD5V

V3
ROUT1

CONNECTOR PCB
CN552

HSELV

LV3

GYRO SENSOR
GY1861 3
1
CSX1042

RV3
AD5V

SELV 2

IC1551
NJM2561F1

GYO

11

GY1865
CSX1074

GYO

11

P
5

GSNS

12

12

21
GPSTOC
19
CTOGPS
20
RQ
22
SPEED
16

19
20
22

REVERSE
VHCC33
Q1822
DTC114WK

Q1881
DTC114EU

11

G SENSOR

4
AD5V

7
9
10
11

VIDEO AMP

Q1557
2SC2412K

VIDEO AMP

1901
M2391
1-33

BUSL
BUSR
BUSRG
BUSLG

13
IN1A
12
IN2A
10
IN2B
15
IN1B

OUT1

33

Q1552
2SA1576
VTR2V 63

LV4

ROUT2
30

IPL

Q1555
2SC2412K

LOUT2

AVV

Q1101
DTC124EU

HTOM

14 HSRCPW

DORAR 61

IP-BUS
INPUT

ASENS

IC1821
NJM2904M

21

16

GSNS

GREV
GTC
CTG
RQ
SPD

12

CN461

21
19
20
22
16

F
POUT

Q1821
DTC114EU

15

15

POUT

15

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

33
8

IC 3 EEPROM
5.0V

AM ANT
1

NC

NC

NC

18 19 20 21
NC

14
DO

11

CE1

DI
5V

OSC

10 9 8
CK

SL

ROM_VDD

WC

CE2

13

IC 5
3.3V

7 6

NC

FM/AM TUNER UNIT (UC)

LPF

FMRF

ATT
Rch

K
3

IC 1
3.3V

FM ANT
ATT
FMRF

24

IC 2
2.5V

K
Lch

MIXER, IF AMP

23

DET, FM MPX

RF adj

ANT adj

T51

CF52

NC

15

22

16

VDD_3.3

AUDIOGND

12

VCC

DGND

OSCGND

3.3V

IC 4
3.3V 2.5V 2.5V

RFGND

CF51

17

IC 3 EEPROM
5.0V

5V

OSC

AM ANT
1

RDS_HSLK

RDS_LOCK

RDS_CK

18 19 20 21
RDS_DATA

14
DO

11

CE1

CK

10 9 8
DI

SL

ROM_VDD

WC

CE2

13

IC 5
3.3V

7 6

LDET

FM/AM TUNER UNIT (EW)


D

LPF

FMRF

ATT
Rch

IC 1
3.3V

FM ANT
ATT
FMRF
ANT adj

K
Lch

MIXER, IF AMP

DET, FM MPX,
RDS DECODER

RF adj

T51

CF52

AUDIOGND

NC

15

22

16

VDD_3.3

DGND

12

VCC

OSCGND

3.3V

IC 4
3.3V 2.5V 2.5V

RFGND

CF51

17

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

34
1

24

IC 2
2.5V

23

GPS UNIT

CN504
GPS
ANTENNA

IC 401
UPC2749T

F401
CTF1548

4 2

IC 402
UPB1027GS

22 143
17 110

IF
CRCK

IC 501
PD3390A

19

X401
130

BUP3V

IC 441
NJM2100V

CPU
7 131

EW MODEL ONLY

120

IC 532
LC72720YVS

BOWWOWB

DETIN

21

132
PIN2
133
PIN3

RQ
REVSNS

L
CN551

X532
4.332MHz

XAUXIN 128
XAUXOUT

SPEED
16
PSWOUT
15
SL
13
GYROIN
11
12 GSNSIN

16

15

RESETB

CN461
22

PIN1

RDS DECODER
140

IC 504
MAX6364PUT29

IC 503
M5M5V216ATP-70HI

PIN0

Q441

RESET

DRAM

DRAGON

16.368MHz

FLASH ROM
IC 502
PD6473A(UC)
PD6472A(EW)

X502
20.00MHz

129

9
SPEED
17
ADIO2
XRTCIN 102

IC 461
ADC12H034CIMSA

2
3

XRTCOUT

X501
32.768kHz

103

28
PLIO2

SD

CTOGPS
20
GPSTOC
19

8 RXD0
7 TXD0

M MAIN UNIT
Motor driver

CN3802
POSITION
MOTOR

IC 3802
BA6247FP
CN3803
ANGLE
MOTOR

CN3801
5
6

1
18

MO1
1
MOB
2

MTR1
6
MTR2
5

Regulator for driver


16

IC 3801
BA00AST

MTRPW

22

MO2
2
MOB
1

Q3801
14

MTRS

E
Q3804

11

VOLUME UNIT
CN3809
CN3843

VR3841

CN3842
CN3841

VDD

1
2
3

ANGLV

IC 3803
TA78L05F

Q3802

VBU 18
19
20

ANGLIN0

SNSPW

ANGLG

IC 3805
GP2L24B

IC 3804
TC7S14FU

CN3807
S3831
ANGLE0SW

CN3833
CN3831
CN3832

1
3
2

10

Q3803

SW UNIT

S3832
LIFTSW

A
CN609

4 LIFTPUL

ANGLEIN
pushsw

LIFT

angl)sw

ANGLE0

1
9
8

GNDSNS

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

35
8

DVD CORE UNIT (MS3)

CN1101
26

LPC01

Q1102
24 78LD

IC 1302
TC74HC4053AFT

LPC02

Q1104

91

1,3,13

92

CMPIN
XWR

6,7

IC 1303
NJM2100V

Q1103
RFDIFO

34

95,96

1,2

HPFOUT,HPFIN

FD,TD,MD,CRGDRV,FG
A,B1-4,C,RF+,RFX1700
5MHz

62
94

63

X2
CD/DVD

90

X1

CPU
IC 1701
PE5395B
(1/2)

FG

A0-17,D0-7

XWR

DMIXON

97

111

DRIVER
FOP,FOM,TOP,TOM

CN1201

IC 1201
BA5985FM
9
LOM

COP,COM

10
LOP

FSSW
79

DSCSNS

10

IC 1202
AN8471SAT1

86

XUWR

CARRIGE
MOTOR

96

SPINDLE
MOTOR

LOADING
MOTOR

COMPOUND UNIT(A)
S1201

12cm

SRAM
CN1202

17

S1202

8cm
Disc sens

S1203
2

Disc sens

S1204

8cm

S1205

IC 1706
TC7SH08FU

IC 1702
M5M5V216ATP-70HI
FLASH MEMORY
IC 1705
PD6474B

CLAMP SW
S1206

COMPOUND UNIT(B)

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

36
1

36

LPFOUT

2,5,12

FEP
IC 1101
AN8703FH

VSHF

4,14,15

CLKOUT

PICKUP UNIT(SERVICE)(DP5)

Q1105
23

SODC
IC 1301
MNZS26EDCUB

TBAL,FBAL,JLINE,TEY,ASF,FEY,ARF+,ARF-,
OFTR,BOO,RFENV,TESTSG

Q1101

65LD

11

B
SDRAM

3
2

AV CHIP
IC 1503
MN677531KAUB

11

IC 1504
TC74VCX74FT

26

HCLK

SRCK
LRCK

IC 1505
TC7PA04FU

CN1401

3
88

87

IC 1401
TC74LCX245FT

OHDD
STENABLE
STCLK
STVALID

21,22 XWRH,
XWR

6
UT,HPFIN

IC 1501
K4S641632H-TC75

126

CLK27

IC 1502
TC74VCX74FT

ADOUT0

XWR

3
36

VCBOUT

SODC
IC 1301
NZS26EDCUB

IC 1405
TC74LCX244FT

IC 1403
TC74LCX244FT

136

90

A CN2

19

CLOCK GEN.

A0-17,D0-7
3

97

14

111

IC 1402
TC7SH04FU

IC 1507
SM8707FV

VCC33

5
12

4
Q1501

4
3

86

CN1501
IC 1607
TC74VHC541FT

47
54

6,7

IC 1601
MN5B00UB

53

A CN2551

19,58
51

ADOUT1,2
DACCLK

A0-3,D0-7
3
1
10

IC 1804
PQ1X251M2ZP
HI

VCC33
VCC25

ORY
117
VCONTB
3,5

CPU
IC 1701
PE5395B(2/2)

IC 1605
PCM1742KE
8

IC 1602
NJM2100M

11

CN1611

6,7

2,3

VIDEO OUT

ANALOG LOUT

ANALOG ROUT

38

36
34

A CN607

IC 1604
NJM2100V

AMUTE,VCONTA,VCONTB,XRESET,IRQPWR,HSTCMD,SLVSTS
VCC33

11
12

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

37
8

- POWER SUPPLY SYSTEM FIGURE

14.4V
BUP 13.8V

BU

CC Unit

0.64W typ

5.2V Reg

[DSEN]

VDD5

104mA
0.27mA

typ 64mA

3.3V Reg

+
50mA (typ 30)

SRAM3
0.1mA (60mA)

POWER
-com
3.3V D/D

Max720mA
Max810mA

[DIRAMPW&CCON]
Max1980mA
[CCD5]

Max630mA
CCD3

DRAMPW
SENSE5
MTRPWR1
MTRPWR2
NFANCONT
ILMPWR
ILMSEL

0.46W

1.8V Reg

SD3V

SDRAM

70mA
280mA

SRAM

[CONTA]

ASIC, ROM
CCD3

2.5V D/D

[CONTB]

CC CORE

400mA

CCD2.5

CCD2.5

0.04W

GDC:outside

2mA
660mA

[CONTB]

inside

[CCON]
Max1690mA
CCON

CCD3
CCD2.5

CCD5

5V D/D
[CCON]
Max673mA

V833:outside

24mA
220mA

inside

30mA

DAC, ADC

CCD5
CCV5

100mA

VIDEO Circuit
AU2.5
AU4.7

57mA

EVOL

15mA

ISO

300mA

GUIDE
AMP

Reference

Max872mA

8.6V D/D

CCA8.5

372mA

AUDIO

[AUPW]

[AMPSTB]

FM8.5

394mA

BUP

8.0V D/D

300mA(Max2000mA)

DVD8

FAN

90mA

[DSEN]

[CCON]

8 or 12V Reg

D
10~12V Reg
[NFANCNT]

PWRMTR

[AUPW]

Max700mA

DRIVE
SWAC56

46mA typ31mA

POWER AMP

[SWACPW]

SWACPW

[ILMSEL]

ILMG
25mA x 96=150mA

[ILMPWR]

ILMG
[ILMSEL]

PWRFL

472mA(Max715mA)

PWRVI

350mA

[MFLPW]
PWRVI

[DLED]

7.5 or 5V Reg
[ILMDIM]
[SBLPWR]

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

38
1

A
Mother Tuner Unit
[DSEN]

DSWVDD

[IPPWR]

VDDH5

53.5mA(113.5 pulse)

7.7mA

IP BUS

MS3(V+R)
SRVDD33

[CONTB]

(Max70mA) 0.3V

60mA

VCC33

(Max650mA) 0.15V

520mA

VCC18

(Max810mA) 0.15V

650mA

VDD33

(Max260mA) 0.3V

190mA

AVCC5

(Max13mA) 0.3V

10mA

45mA (typ)

SRAM
DIGITAL

SYSTEM
-com

SWACPW

0.46W

1.8V Reg
[CONTA]
0.04W

[CONTB]

VCC5

(Max230mA) 0.25V

190mA

DVD8

(Max2000mA) 0.4V

300mA

MUTE CIRCUIT

AV CHIP

B
GPS CORE

CPU

GPSBUP3

3.0V Reg

0.27mA(60MAX)

3.3V Reg

ANALOG
5V Reg

FEP, PU
MOTOR

GPS3
4.5mA

5V Reg

SRAM
DRAGON
A/D

5mA

Pulse Circuit

12mA

Gyro, G Sensor

2mA

TMC
PLL

70mA
57mA

EVOL

15mA

ISO

300mA

[Control](SYS -com except)


Mech. -com
[CONTA]
[CONTB]
Monitor -com
[MFLPW]
[MVIPW]

TUNER
5mA
103mA

GUIDE
AMP

8.5V Reg
DSWCC85

454mA

DSWBUP

455mA

RF

VFM33

172mA

External input
(ISOLATOR, MIX)

85mA

8.8V Reg
[SRCPWR]

VHFAN

AMP FAN MOTOR

ROM
PLL

3.3V Reg
VFM55

[DSEN]

RF

VSYS

FAN MOTOR

40mA

AVSEL

CC FAN MOTOR

MAX45mA

[SENSE5]

Sensor

[MTRPWR1]

ANGLE

[MTRPWR2]

LIFT

Monitor -com
TOUCH PANEL

LCDBL
Drive Unit

E
BL

[MFLPW]
PWRVI

[MVIPW]

Panel PCB

Keyboard PCB
G LED

PICTURE
DFLED

KEY LED

20mA

A LED

Monitor Unit

[DLED]

1mA

Remote control
sensor

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

39
8

3.2 OVERALL CONNECTION DIAGRAM


Note: When ordering service parts, be sure to refer to " EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST" or
"ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST".

NOTE :
Symbol indicates a resistor.
No differentiation is made between chip resistors and
discrete resistors.
Symbol indicates a capacitor.
No differentiation is made between chip capacitors and
discrete capacitors.

TOUCH PANEL

Decimal points for resistor


and capacitor fixed values
are expressed as :
2.2 2R2
0.022 R022

INV
LCD PANEL
CWX3056

The > mark found on some component parts indicates


the importance of the safety factor of the part.
Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of
identical designation.
: The power supply is shown with the marked box.

O
VOLUME UNIT

MONITOR PCB

M
MAIN UNIT

N
SW UNIT

D E F
DVD MECHANISM
MODULE

A 1/7
A 2/7
A 3/7
A 4/7
A 5/7
A 6/7
A 7/7

CC UNIT
P/S
SYSCOM, VIDEO, IF
AUDIO
CPU, ASIC, SDRAM
GRAPHIC
MAIN, CC CORE I/F
ROM, SRAM, BUS-BUFFER

KEYBOARD PCB

PANEL PCB

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

40
1

AMP FAN
CXM

H
UPPER PCB

I
INVERTER PCB

LCD
CAW1870

J
RELAY PCB

CC FAN MOTOR
CXM1289
FAN MOTOR
CXM1293

K 1/2
K 2/2

MOTHER PCB
H/A SYSTEM

SENSOR

ANTENNA
CABLE

P
GPS UNIT

GPS
ANTENNA

L
CONNECTOR PCB
X1R/XU/EW

ER
E
>

>

N2/XU/UC

AMP FAN MOTOR


CXM1284

CB
F

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

41
8

3.3 CC UNIT (P/S)(GUIDE PAGE)


A

A-a

A-b

Large size
SCH diagram

A-a 1/7
A-a

A-b

A-a

A-b

Guide page

Detailed page

A 3/7

C
>

>

A 6/7
A 2/7
D

>

>

>

A 1/7
AVIC-N2/XU/UC

42
1

A-b 1/7
M100
FAN MOTOR
CXM1284

A 1/7 CC UNIT (P/S)

>
>

>
>

>

>

E
>

>

>
>

A 1/7
AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

43
8

A-b 1/7

>

A-a A-b

>

A 3/7

A 2/7

A 6/7

A-a 1/7
AVIC-N2/XU/UC

44
1

>

A-b 1/7

>

>

A-a A-b

>

A 2/7

A 6/7

A-a 1/7
AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

45
8

>

>

>

A-b 1/7

>

A 1/7 CC UNIT (P/S)

>

M100
FAN MOTOR
CXM1284

A-a A-b

1
2

46

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

A-a A-b

>

>

>

>

>

>

A-b 1/7

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

47
8

3.4 CC UNIT (SYSCOM, VIDEO, IF)(GUIDE PAGE)

A-a 2/7

A 3/7

R
V
V

EW model

A 6/7
V

UC model

V
R

D
UC model

C
CN5901
EW model

D 2/2 CN1611

CN4002

A 2/7

CN3801

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

48
1

A-b 2/7

A 2/7 CC UNIT (SYSCOM, VIDEO, IF)

J
CN2801

EW model

2.0A

D700

UDZS6R8(B)

>

FU692
CEK1284

>

>

>
A
v

A 1/7
E

K 1/2

CN1001

V
R
S
A

Composite Video Signal

RGB Signal
SYNC Signal

A 2/7

Audio Signal

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

49
8

A-b 2/7

EW model
UC model
V
V

A-a A-b

A 3/7

A 6/7

A-a 2/7
AVIC-N2/XU/UC

50
1

A-b 2/7

EW model

CN3801

UC model

CN4002

A-a A-b

CN5901

D 2/2 CN1611

A-a 2/7

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

51
8

CN2801

A 2/7 CC UNIT (SYSCOM, VIDEO, IF)

A-a A-b

A-b 2/7

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

52
1

>

>

A-a A-b

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

CN1001

Audio Signal

SYNC Signal

RGB Signal

A 1/7

K 1/2
Composite Video Signal

>

>

5
8

A-b 2/7

53

FU692
CEK1284

2.0A

UDZS6R8(B)

D700

3.5 CC UNIT (AUDIO)(GUIDE PAGE)


A

A-a 3/7
A 1/7

A 2/7

A
A

A 2/7

A 1/7
D 2/2 CN1501

A 3/7
AVIC-N2/XU/UC

54
1

A-b 3/7
A 3/7 CC UNIT (AUDIO)

A 2/7

C
A

A
A

A 1/7
P4
P3

P2

P1

A 2/7

Audio Signal

A 3/7
AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

55
8

A-b 3/7

A-a A-b

A 2/7

A 1/7

A-a 3/7
AVIC-N2/XU/UC

56
1

A-b 3/7

A 1/7

A-a A-b

A 2/7

D 2/2 CN1501

A-a 3/7
AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

57
8

A 3/7 CC UNIT (AUDIO)

A 2/7

A-a A-b

A-b 3/7

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

58
1

P2

P3

P1

P4

5
A-a A-b

Audio Signal

A 2/7

A 1/7

5
7

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

A-b 3/7

59

3.6 CC UNIT (CPU, ASIC, SDRAM)(GUIDE PAGE)


A

A-a 4/7
A 6/7

A 5/7

A 4/7
AVIC-N2/XU/UC

60
1

A-b 4/7

D 1/2 CN1401

A 4/7 CC UNIT (CPU, ASIC, SDRAM)

A 6/7

A 7/7

A 4/7
AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

61
8

A-b 4/7

A 6/7

A-a A-b

A-a 4/7
AVIC-N2/XU/UC

62
1

A-b 4/7

A-a A-b

A 5/7

A-a 4/7
AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

63
8

D 1/2 CN1401

A-a A-b

A-b 4/7

A 6/7

A 4/7 CC UNIT (CPU, ASIC, SDRAM)

1
2

64

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
3
4

A-a A-b

A 7/7

A-b 4/7

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

65
8

3.7 CC UNIT (GRAPHIC)


A

A 5/7 CC UNIT (GRAPHIC)

A 4/7

A 7/7

A 5/7
AVIC-N2/XU/UC

66
1

A 6/7
C

A 5/7
AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

67
8

3.8 CC UNIT (MAIN, CC CORE I/F)


(

A 6/7 CC UNIT (MAIN, CC CORE I/F)


A 4/7
B

A 7/7

RESET

A 5/7
E

A 6/7
AVIC-N2/XU/UC

68
1

A 1/7

A 2/7

A 6/7
AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

69
8

3.9 CC UNIT (ROM, SRAM, BUS-BUFFER)


A

A 4/7
PE
PE

A 7/7
AVIC-N2/XU/UC

70
1

A 7/7 CC UNIT (ROM, SRAM, BUS-BUFFER)

PEH003A : EW model
PEH005A : UC model

A 5/7

PEH004A : EW model
PEH006A : UC model

A 6/7

A 7/7
AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

71
8

3.10 KEYBOARD PCB


A

WIDE
C

VOLUME

EW model
EW model

EW model
UC model

UC model

WIDE

B
AVIC-N2/XU/UC

72
1

KEYBOARD PCB

SELECT

CN5902

D5541
1SS355
D5542
UDZS20(B)

KEYBOARD UNIT
Consists of
KEYBOARD PCB
PANEL PCB
F

B
AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

73
8

3.11 PANEL PCB


A

A 2/7

CN2701

PANEL PCB

KEYBOARD UNIT
Consists of
KEYBOARD PCB
PANEL PCB

CN5501

C
AVIC-N2/XU/UC

74
1

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

75
8

3.12 DVD CORE UNIT(MS3)(SODC)(GUIDE PAGE)


A

D-a 1/2

RF SIGNAL
F
T

C
S

FOCUS SERVO LINE


TRACKING SERVO LINE
CARRIAGE SERVO LINE
SPINDLE SERVO LINE

PICKUP UNIT(SERVICE)(DP5)

T
F

9
T

4
F

C
S

M3
SPINDLE
MOTOR
CXM1308

M1
LOADING
MOTOR
CXC4659

F
C

S
S

D 1/2

M2
CARRIAGE
MOTOR
CXC4314

F
AVIC-N2/XU/UC

76
1

D-b 1/2

D 1/2

DVD CORE UNIT(MS3)(SODC)

C
S

D 2/2
B

D 2/2
C

D 2/2
D

A 4/7

CN2

D 2/2

D 1/2
AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

77
8

78

2
FOCUS SERVO LINE
TRACKING SERVO LINE
CARRIAGE SERVO LINE
SPINDLE SERVO LINE

D-a 1/2

3
F

2
3

PICKUP UNIT(SERVICE)(DP5)

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

RF SIGNAL

D-b 1/2

D-a D-b

1
4

M2
CARRIAGE
MOTOR
CXC4314

M1
LOADING
MOTOR
CXC4659

D-a D-b

S
C
T
F

5
F

T
F

M3
SPINDLE
MOTOR
CXM1308

5
7
8

D-b 1/2

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

D-a 1/2

79

D-a D-b

D 1/2

D-b 1/2

D 2/2

D 2/2

DVD CORE UNIT(MS3)(SODC)

D 2/2

1
2

80

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

D 2/2

A 4/7

CN2

D-a D-b

D 2/2

D-b 1/2

2
AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

81
8

3.13 DVD CORE UNIT(MS3)(CPU)(GUIDE PAGE)


A

D-a 2/2
D 1/2

D 1/2

D 1/2

D 1/2

PD6474B

PE5395B

K4S641632H-TC75

D 2/2

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

82
1

D-b 2/2

D 2/2 DVD CORE UNIT(MS3)(CPU)

B
)

&

A 2/7

CN607

D 1/2

A 3/7
CN2551

D 1/2
E

D 2/2
AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

83
8

D-b 2/2

D-a D-b

D 1/2

PD6474B

D 1/2

D 1/2

D 1/2

D-a 2/2
AVIC-N2/XU/UC

84
1

D-b 2/2

K4S641632H-TC75

D-a D-b

PE5395B

D-a 2/2
AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

85
8

&
*

D-a D-b

D 2/2

D-b 2/2

1
)

B
^

DVD CORE UNIT(MS3)(CPU)

86

A 2/7

D 1/2

CN607

1
2
3

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

D 1/2

D 1/2

A 3/7

CN2551

D-a D-b

D-b 2/2

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

87
8

- Waveforms

Note:1. The encircled number denote measuring pointes in the circuit diagram.
2. Reference voltage VHALF : 1.65V

1 FEY
500mV/div. 1ms/div.
Focus search

2 CH1: ASF
200ms/div. 1ms/div.
3 CH2: RFENV
Focus search

1 CH1: FEY
4 CH2: FD
Focus close

VHALF

VHALF

VHALF

VHALF

VHALF

2 CH1: ASF
200mV/div. 2ms/div.
3 CH1: RFENV
Focus close

VHALF

500mV/div. 1ms/div.
1V/div. 1ms/div.

5 CH1: TEY
500mV/div. 1ms/div.
Focus close(DVD)

5 CH1: TEY
500mV/div. 1ms/div.
Focus close(CD)

VHALF

VHALF

VHALF

1 CH1: FEY
4 CH2: FD
Play

500mV/div.20ms/div.

5 CH1: TEY
6 CH2: TD
Play

VHALF

VHALF

VHALF

VHALF

7 CH1: RFOUT 0.1V/div. 0.2s/div.


Play(CD)

7 CH1: RFOUT 0.1V/div. 0.1s/div.


Play(DVD surroundings on inside)

500mV/div.20ms/div.

5 CH1: TEY
500mV/div. 100ms/div. 7 CH1: RFOUT200mV/div. 100s/div.
8 CH2: CRGDRV
9 CH2: BDO 2V/div. 100s/div.
Surroundings on inside->
Black dot
surroundings on outside

VHALF
VHALF

VHALF
VHALF

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

88
1

4 CH1: FD
6 CH2: TD
Black dot

1V/div. 100s/div.
500mV/div. 100s/div.

0
!
@
#

5 CH1: TEY
500mV/div.1s/div.
1 CH2: FEY
EDC1 mode set up(DVD)

CH1: STD1
CH2: STD4
5V/div. 2s/div.
CH3: STD7
CH4: STENABLE

G
VHALF

VHALF

VHALF

VHALF

G
G

$ CH1: STCLK
5V/div. 2s/div.
% CH2: STVALID
# CH3: STENABLE

^ CH1: ADOUT0
& CH2: SRCK
* CH3: LRCK

$ CH1: STCLK
% CH2: STVALID 5V/div. 50s/div.
# CH3: STENABLE

2V/div. 2s/div.

G
G

( CH1: LO
) CH2: RO

1V/div. 500s/div.

CH1: COMPO 200mV/div. 10s/div.


[White 100% output]

G
G

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

89
8

3.14 COMPOUND UNIT(A) AND COMPOUND UNIT(B)

COMPOUND UNIT(A)
R1298

0R0

D 1/2

Q1299

R1299

0R0
CPT231SCTD

8cm

CN1202

DISC SENS
4

CSN1069

CSN1069

CSN1069

8cm
B

S1205

CSN1070

12cm

DISC SENS
CSN1070

S1203

S1204

S1202

S1201

COMPOUND UNIT(B)
CLAMP

D 1/2

E F
AVIC-N2/XU/UC

90
1

3.15 PU UNIT(REFERENCE)
A

Iop78

24

L2

IC1
GND

L1

78LD

LC
C4

C6

Ishf
Vshf : 4V
SHORT LAND

23

Vcc
L3

GND
C7

C3

L4

C2

78LD 65LD
15

17

C1
LDGND

Iop65

65LD

16
C5

26

SHORT LAND

R1

LDGND

65MD

up

25

07

Top View
VR2/ 65Rmd

L6

Im

VR1/ 78Rmd
Im/ 2

B1
B2

05

78MDG

06

MDG

MDC

08

78MD
R2

Vmda

MDA

65MDG

Im/ 2

MDA

RF-

B1

B2

RF-

D 1/2

CN1101
09
16
15
14

SW
12

B3

Vcc
C8

RF+
13
GND

B4
C

B3

RF+

B4

13
12
11
10

14
Vr
C9

Vref : 2.5V
GND

22
21

C10

TH1 / THERMISTOR

TEMP
Vcc
SW
A
NC
T-

T+
F-

F+

20
19
18
17
27
02

01
03

04

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

91
8

3.16 MONITOR PCB AND UPPER PCB(GUIDE PAGE)

G-a

A
LCD CAW1870

TEMPERATURE
SENSOR

DIMMER

I
CN5001

TOUCH PANEL
CSX1083

A 2/7
CN608

R
P
I

PGM(UC model)
DISP TA(EW model)

OSD SERVICE TERMINAL


HALF/CLK

OPEN/CLOSE

UPPER PCB

G H
AVIC-N2/XU/UC

92
1

G-b

MONITOR PCB

>

B
B
C
A
D
R

C
R

K
L

T
S

Multi
Processing

Separation

Video

LCD PANEL
CWX3056

W
Q

Interface

Controller

R
P

E TERMINAL

MONITOR UNIT
Consists of
MONITOR PCB
UPPER PCB
INVERTER PCB

Composite Video Signal


RGB Signal

G
AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

93
8

G-b

TEMPERATURE
SENSOR

G-a
A-a G-b

DIMMER

LCD CAW1870

TOUCH
CSX

G-a

CN5001

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

94
1

A 2/7

G-a
A-a G-b

HALF/CLK

OPEN/CLOSE

3
4

OSD SERVICE TERMINAL

6
7

H UPPER PCB

PGM(UC model)
DISP TA(EW model)

5
8

G-b

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

TOUCH PANEL
CSX1083
D

CN608

G-a H

95

MONITOR PCB

>

G-a G-b

D
R

E
R

G-b

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

96
1

MONITOR UNIT
Consists of
MONITOR PCB
UPPER PCB
INVERTER PCB

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

7
R

Video

RGB Signal

Composite Video Signal

Multi
Processing

Controller

G-a G-b

CE TERMINAL

R
P

Q
Interface

Separation

5
7
8

LCD PANEL
CWX3056
A

8
E

G-b

97

- Waveforms

The encircled number denote measuring pointes in the circuit diagram.

INPUT : Color bar signal


I CH1:ANG
K CH3:GOUT
J CH2:ANG3
L CH4:VG

A CH1:IC4851 Pin 4
B CH2:Q4851 Pin 5

C CH1:IC4861 Pin 15
D CH2:IC4861 Pin 12

E CH3:IC4861 Pin 10

F CH1:IC4901 Pin 2
G CH2:IC4901 Pin 6

H CH3:IC4901 Pin 7

INPUT : 10STEP VTR IN


M CH1:CVBS
K CH3:GOUT
N CH2:CVBS3
L CH4:VG

O CH1:V33
P CH2:PIPRES

Q CH3:PIPCK
R CH4:PIPDA

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

98
1

O CH1:V33
P CH2:PIPRES

Q CH3:PIPCK
R CH4:PIPDA

M CH1:CVBS
U CH2:CX

W CH3:STV1
L CH4:VG

M CH1:CVBS
S CH2:POL

M CH1:CVBS

T CH3:VCOM
L CH4:VG

X CH3:CPH
L CH4:VG

M CH1:CVBS
U CH2:CX

V CH3:STH1
L CH4:VG

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

99
8

3.17 INVERTER PCB


A

NAVI/AV

POS

NAVI MENU

UC model

CN4003

EW model

I
AVIC-N2/XU/UC

100
1

MONITOR UNIT
Consists of
MONITOR PCB
UPPER PCB
INVERTER PCB

INVERTER PCB

LCD PANEL
CWX3056

I
AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

101
8

3.18 RELAY PCB

RELAY PCB

M101
FAN MOTOR
CXM1289

A 2/7

CN691

J
AVIC-N2/XU/UC

102
1

CORD ASSY

>
E

MOTHER TUNER UNIT


Consists of
RELAY PCB
MOTHER PCB
CONNECTOR PCB

J
AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

103
8

3.19 MOTHER PCB (H/A SYSTEM)(GUIDE PAGE)


A

K-a 1/2
A

A 2/7 CN731

EW
UC

CAR SPEED
SIGNAL INPUT

K 2/2
A

FM/AM TUNER UNIT CWE1651 : UC model


CWE1650 : EW model

EW model

EW model

EW model
A
A

UC model

FM/AM ANTENNA
V

K 2/2

K 1/2
AVIC-N2/XU/UC

104
1

K-b 1/2
K 1/2 MOTHER PCB (H/A SYSTEM)
>

EW model

M102
FAN MOTOR
CXM1293

EW model
UC model

>
V

>

D
>

V
V

V
V

V
A

V
A

Composite Video Signal

MOTHER TUNER UNIT


Consists of
RELAY PCB
MOTHER PCB
CONNECTOR PCB

Audio Signal

K 1/2

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

105
8

E
U

K-b 1/2

A-a K-b
K-a

CAR SPEED
SIGNAL INPUT

K 2/2

A 2/7 CN731

K-a 1/2
AVIC-N2/XU/UC

106
1

K 2/2

EW model

EW model

A-a K-b
K-a

K 2/2

FM/AM TUNER UNIT CWE1651 : UC model


CWE1650 : EW model

FM/AM ANTENNA

UC model

EW model

5
7

K-b 1/2

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

K-a 1/2

107

EW model
UC model

K-a K-b

>

>

K 1/2 MOTHER PCB (H/A SYSTEM)

M102
FAN MOTOR
CXM1293

1
2

108

K-b 1/2

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

EW model

7
A

Audio Signal

K-a K-b

Composite Video Signal

MOTHER TUNER UNIT


Consists of
RELAY PCB
MOTHER PCB
CONNECTOR PCB

>

>

>

5
7
8

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

K-b 1/2

109

3.20 MOTHER PCB (SENSOR)


A

EW model
TUNER UNIT

K 1/2
B

POWER SUPPLY

K 1/2
SPEED SENSE

K 2/2
AVIC-N2/XU/UC

110
1

K 2/2 MOTHER PCB (SENSOR)


POWER SUPPLY

CN552

ED SENSE

EW model

MOTHER TUNER UNIT


Consists of
RELAY PCB
MOTHER PCB
CONNECTOR PCB

K 2/2
AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

111
8

3.21 CONNECTOR PCB


A

CONNECTOR PCB

K 2/2

CN461

CN1841

MOTHER TUNER UNIT


Consists of
RELAY PCB
MOTHER PCB
CONNECTOR PCB

L
AVIC-N2/XU/UC

112
1

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

113
8

M N O

114

3
(Deg.0:L)

(Deg.0:L)

(EJECT:L)

Angle motor

Angle operation

CXB9516

M3002

Position motor

O
VOLUME
UNIT

Photo pulse output

Photo pulse driver

M3001
CXB9515
Horizon operation

LIFT SW

A 2/7 CN609

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

4
(EJECT:L)

5V regulator for sense

Note:It comes out lower about 1.5v than Vcc.

Motor driver

Short round
(Open)

(High speed:L,
Low speed:H)

Position motor
Angle motor

Angle sense volume power supply switch

Regulator output

Angle motor

M MAIN UNIT

D
Voltage adj. input

Position motor:H
Position motor

6
2
5
1

Regulator for driver

C
Angle motor:H

1
4

3.22 MAIN UNIT, SW UNIT AND VOLUME UNIT


SW UNIT

Angle sense

ANGLE SW

- Waveforms
CLOSE -> OPEN
1 CH1:MTR2
3 CH3:LIFTSW

The encircled number denote measuring pointes in the circuit diagram.


MAX -> Deg.0 DOWN
5 CH1:MTR1
6 CH3:ANGLSW

2 CH2:MTRSEL
4 CH4:LFTPLS

2 CH2:MTRSEL
7 CH4:ANGLIN

OPEN -> CLOSE


1 CH1:MTR2
3 CH3:LIFTSW

Set back open -> Set


1 CH1:MTR2
3 CH3:LIFTSW

2 CH2:MTRSEL
4 CH4:LFTPLS

8 CH2:MTRS
4 CH4:LFTPLS
C

0->MAX
5 CH1:MTR1
6 CH3:ANGLSW

2 CH2:MTRSEL
7 CH4:ANGLIN

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

115
8

3.23 GPS UNIT(GUIDE PAGE)

P-a

L
CN551
EW model

P
AVIC-N2/XU/UC

116
1

P-b

GPS UNIT

C
EW model
UC model

EW model

EW model

P
AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

117
8

P-b

A-a P-b
P-a

P-a
AVIC-N2/XU/UC

118
1

P-b

A-a P-b
P-a

EW model

CN551

P-a
AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

119
8

EW model
UC model

GPS UNIT

P-a P-b

P-b

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

120
1

EW model

EW model

P-a P-b

P-b

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

121
8

4. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM


4.1 CC UNIT
A

NOTE FOR PCB DIAGRAMS

1.The parts mounted on this PCB


include all necessary parts for
several destination.
For further information for
respective destinations, be sure
to check with the schematic diagram.
2.Viewpoint of PCB diagrams

Connector

DIGITAL
OUT

CC UNIT
150

CN1501

M CN3801

VEHICLE I/F

40

60

140

Capacitor

SIDE A
130

B
P.C.Board

Chip Part

SIDE B

CN4002
120
FAN MOTOR
110

100
C

D
CN1611
90

80

70
D

60

50

40

CN1401
30

20

10
F

10

20

30

50

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

122
1

70

LE I/F

CN1001

SIDE A

TELE ATLAS
/DEBUG

CN2801

FRONT
70

80

90

100

110

120

130

140

150

160

170

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

123
8

CC UNIT

170

160

150

140

130

120

110

100

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

124
1

90

SIDE B
150

140

130

120
FMONV

110

100
C

90
DVDVO

80

70
D

60

50

40

CN5901
E

30

20

10
F

Y
90

80

70

60

50

40

30

20

10

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

125
8

90
90

ANGLE-

100

100

WIDE

80
80

110

ANGLE+

110

70
REAR

70

120

BAND

CN5902

120

60
ENT

60

EJECT

130

130

50
50

140

EQ

140

40
40

150

150

30
SRC

30

SELECT

160

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

126

160

20
20

10
VOLUME

10

Y
10
20
20

10

Y
0

SIDE B

KEYBOARD PCB

B
SIDE A

KEYBOARD PCB

B
A

4
3
2
1

4.2 KEYBOARD PCB

4.3 PANEL PCB

SIDE B

PANEL PCB

20

10

10

SIDE A

PANEL PCB

20

10

10

20

20

30

30

40

40

A
CN2701

50

50
70

70

80

80

60

60

B
CN5501
90

90
RESET

100

100

C
AVIC-N2/XU/UC

127
8

4.4 DVD CORE UNIT(MS3)


A

DVD CORE UNIT(MS3)


M1

IC,Q ADJ

PICKUP
(SERVIC

M2 M3

RFOUT

A
CN2551

A CN2

D
AVIC-N2/XU/UC

128
1

SIDE A

PICKUP UNIT
(SERVICE)(DP5)

M3
C

GND1

F
COMPO
GNDV

CN607

D
AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

129
8

DVD CORE UNIT(MS3)

D
AVIC-N2/XU/UC

130
1

SIDE B
IC,Q

E
F

D
AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

131
8

4.5 COMPOUND UNIT(A) AND COMPOUND UNIT(B)

COMPOUND UNIT(A)

COMPOUND UNIT(B)

CLAMP

S1205
8cm

S1204
DISC SENS

S1203
DISC SENS

S1202
8cm

E
12cm

S1201

CN1202

E F
AVIC-N2/XU/UC

132
1

4.6 CONNECTOR PCB


A

SIDE A

CONNECTOR PCB

CN1841

CONNECTOR PCB

SIDE B

CN461

L
AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

133
8

4.7 MONITOR PCB


A

G MONITOR PCB

TOUCH PANEL
B

LCD
PANEL

CN5001

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

134
1

SIDE A
LCD

CN4301

CN608

G
AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

135
8

G MONITOR PCB

G
AVIC-N2/XU/UC

136
1

SIDE B

G
AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

137
8

4.8 UPPER PCB

SIDE A

UPPER PCB

SIDE B

UPPER PCB

PGM(UC)
TA(EW)

DISP

G
CN4005

OPEN/CLOSE

HALF/CLK

H
AVIC-N2/XU/UC

138
1

4.9 INVERTER PCB


SIDE A

INVERTER PCB

SIDE B

INVERTER PCB

FL1

LCD PANEL

FL2

NAVI/AV

POS

GNDFL1

INBST
VPPFL1

DUTY

INVPUL

CN4003

NAVI MENU

I
AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

139
8

4.10 RELAY PCB

SIDE A

RELAY PCB
30

20

10

Y
0

X
10

20

CORD ASSY

30

40
50
60

FAN MOTOR

70
80

A
90

CN691

100
GUIDE SPEAKER
OUT

J
AVIC-N2/XU/UC

140
1

SIDE B
A

10

10

20

RELAY PCB
30

40

30

20

60

50

80

70

90

100

J
AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

141
8

4.11 MOTHER PCB

MOTHER PCB
AV-BUS INPUT

REAR OUTPUT

130

120

110

CAR SPEED
SIGNAL INPUT

100

90

FM/AM TUNER UNIT

80

70

60
D

50

K
CN1801

40

FM ANTENNA
INPUT

30

20

REAR VIEW CAMERA


INPUT

10
VCR

Y
F

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

K
AVIC-N2/XU/UC

142
1

80

FAN MOTOR

CN552

SIDE A

REAR OUTPUT
IP-BUS INPUT

TUNER UNIT (EW)

K CN1404

CN731

VCR1 INPUT

80

90

100

110

130

120

140

150

160

170

FRONT
AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

143
8

MOTHER PCB

SELV

170

160

150

140

130

120

110

100

K
AVIC-N2/XU/UC

144
1

90

SIDE B

130

120

110

100

90
C

80

70

60
D

50

40

30

VCR1INV

20

10

Y
F

90

80

70

60

50

40

30

20

10

K
AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

145
8

4.12 GPS UNIT

SIDE A

GPS UNIT

IC,Q

GPS ANTENNA

L
CN551

P
AVIC-N2/XU/UC

146
1

SIDE B

GPS UNIT

IC,Q

P
AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

147
8

4.13 MAIN UNIT


SIDE A

M MAIN UNIT

O
CN3841
CN3842
CN3843

N
CN3831
CN3832
CN3833

A
CN609

M
AVIC-N2/XU/UC

148
1

SIDE B

MAIN UNIT

M
AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

149
8

4.14 SW UNIT AND VOLUME UNIT


A

N SW UNIT
M

CN3807

ANGLE SW
LIFT SW

O VOLUME UNIT

ANGLE SENSE

CN3809

N O
AVIC-N2/XU/UC

150
1

5. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST


NOTE:
Parts whose parts numbers are omitted are subject to being not supplied.
The part numbers shown below indicate chip components.
Chip Resistor
RS1/_S___J,RS1/__S___J
Chip Capacitor (except for CQS.....)
CKS....., CCS....., CSZS.....
The > mark found on some component parts indicatesthe importance of the safety factor of the part.
Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation.
Meaning of the figures and others in the parentheses in the parts list.
Example) IC 301 is on the point (face A, 91 of x-axis, and 111 of y-axis) of the corresponding
PC board.
IC 301 (A, 91, 111) IC NJM2068V
Circuit Symbol and No.

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

A
Unit Number:CWM9948(AVIC-N2/XU/UC)
Unit Number:CWM9947(AVIC-X1R/XU/EW)
Unit Name:CC Unit
MISCELLANEOUS
IC 1
IC 2
IC 3
IC 4
IC 5

(B,139,31)
(A,142,51)
(B,156,31)
(A,158,22)
(B,147,55)

IC
IC
IC
IC
IC

K4S561632E-TL75
UPD705103GM-180S1
HY57V561620CLT-H
TC7SZ08FU
PD6336C

IC 101
IC 102
IC 103
IC 104
IC 105

(A,136,18)
(A,137,12)
(A,135,28)
(A,144,28)
(A,152,28)

IC
IC
IC
IC
IC

TC74LCX08FTS1
TC7SH04FUS1
TC74LCX245FTS1
TC74LCX245FTS1
TC74LCX245FTS1

IC 106
IC 107
IC 108
IC 109
IC 110

(A,161,28)
(A,163,38)
(A,163,46)
(A,163,55)
(B,119,40)
(B,119,40)

IC
IC
IC
IC
IC (UC)
IC (EW)

TC74LCX245FTS1
TC74LCX541FTS1
TC74LCX541FTS1
TC74LCX541FTS1
PEH005A
PEH003A

IC 112
IC 113
IC 114

(B,119,24)
(B,119,24)
(B,107,62)
(B,119,58)
(B,107,59)

IC (UC)
IC (EW)
IC
IC
IC

PEH006A
PEH004A
TC7SH00FUS1
M5M5V216ATP-70HI
TC7SH08FUS1

IC 201
IC 301
IC 302
IC 304
IC 305

(A,105,25) IC
(A,145,19) IC
(A,142,11) IC
(A,110,53) IC
(A,98,63) IC

MB86291APFVS-G-DL
M51957BFP
TC7SH08FUS1
AK4351VT
AK5381VT

IC 309
IC 601
IC 602
IC 603
IC 604

(A,122,49) IC
(A,46,99) IC
(B,45,98) IC
(B,53,100) IC
(A,126,88) IC

TC7SH08FUS1
PD5937A
TC74VHCT08AFTS1
TC7SH08FUS1
TC7SH08FUS1

IC 605

(A,131,89) IC

TC7SH08FUS1

IC 111

IC 608
IC 611
IC 612
IC 613

(B,60,94) IC
(B,44,104) IC
(B,51,91) IC
(B,48,104) IC

TC7WT125FU
TC7S04FU
S-80840CNMC-B8Z
TC7SH00FUS1

IC 691
IC 751
IC 752
IC 753
IC 754

(B,165,143) IC
(B,98,102) IC
(B,117,121) IC
(B,88,117) IC
(B,79,120) IC

UPD4721GSS1
CXA1645M
NJM2137V
NJM2235V
NJM2561F1

IC 755
IC 756
IC 757
IC 758
IC 801

(B,107,116) IC
(B,100,117) IC
(B,87,98) IC
(B,85,92) IC
(B,62,83)

NJM2561F1
NJM2235V
TC7SET08FUS1
TC7SZ08FU
PQ018EZ01ZP

IC 803
IC 804
IC 805
IC 806
IC 807

(B,32,58) IC
(B,67,59) IC
(B,15,64) IC
(A,74,92) IC
(A,63,111) IC

TPS5102IDBT
TPS5102IDBT
TPS5103IDB
S-L2980A33MC-C6S
TPD1018F

IC 808
IC 810
IC 2401
IC 2402
IC 2403

(B,61,101) IC
(B,34,85) IC
(A,136,107) IC
(B,129,109) IC
(B,154,86) IC

S-812C52AUA-C3G
S-812C56AUA-C3K
PML009A
TC7W66FU
TDA7052BT

IC 2404
IC 2405
IC 2407
IC 2408
IC 2551

(B,147,109) IC
(A,34,137) IC
(B,134,130) IC
(B,134,118) IC
(A,7,145) IC

NJM2058V
PAL007A
NJM3403AV
NJM2107F
TC7WT125FU

IC 2552
IC 2553
IC 2601
IC 2701
IC 2702

(B,135,109) IC
(B,116,109) IC
(B,165,109) IC
(B,42,28) IC
(B,38,88) IC

NJM2068V
NJM2068V
NJM3403AV
TC7SH08FUS1
TC7SH14FUS1

Q
Q
Q
Q
Q

201
301
601
602
621

(A,126,11) Transistor
(A,151,22) Transistor
(B,152,135) Transistor
(B,51,85) Transistor
(B,41,109) Transistor

UMD2N
DTC114EU
2SC4081
UMD2N
IMD2A

Q 691
Q 692

(B,162,150) Transistor
(B,155,149) Transistor

2SD1767
IMD3A

Part No.

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

151
8

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

Q 704
Q 731
Q 751

(B,63,154) Transistor
(B,69,114) Transistor
(B,87,103) Transistor

2SA1576
IMD3A
2SC4081

Q 2606
Q 2607
Q 2608

(B,116,96) Transistor
(B,158,98) Transistor
(B,119,96) Transistor

UMD2N
DTC323TU
UMD2N

Q
Q
Q
Q
Q

752
754
801
802
803

(B,78,112) Transistor
(A,77,106) Transistor
(B,30,34) Transistor
(B,25,26) Transistor
(B,43,34) Transistor

2SC4081
2SC4081
2SB1260
DTC114EU
2SA1834F5

Q
Q
Q
Q
Q

2610
2611
2701
2702
2703

(B,33,123) Transistor
(B,33,117) Transistor
(B,42,24) Transistor
(B,35,10) Transistor
(B,35,17) Transistor

UMD2N
UMD2N
DTC114TU
DTC144EU
2SA1577

Q
Q
Q
Q
Q

804
805
806
807
808

(B,55,35) Transistor
(A,122,137) FET
(A,119,134) Transistor
(A,36,81) Transistor
(B,45,85) Transistor

DTC114EU
RSQ030P03
DTC144EU
2SB1260
DTC114EU

Q
Q
Q
Q
Q

2704
2705
2706
2707
2708

(B,39,9) Transistor
(B,39,17) Transistor
(B,35,22) Transistor
(A,36,11) Transistor
(A,36,18) Transistor

UMH1N
2SA1577
IMD2A
DTC144EU
2SA1577

Q
Q
Q
Q
Q

809
810
811
814
815

(A,89,50)
(A,92,57)
(B,13,51)
(B,62,45)
(B,45,69)

2SA1797
DTC114EU
RK4936
DTC114EU
RK4936

Q
Q
Q
Q
Q

2709
2710
2711
2712
2713

(A,39,11) Transistor (EW)


(A,39,18) Transistor (EW)
(A,42,10) Transistor (EW)
(A,42,18) Transistor (EW)
(B,36,100) Transistor

DTC144EU
2SA1577
UMH1N
2SA1577
IMD2A

Q
Q
Q
Q
Q

816
819
820
821
822

(B,80,68) FET
(B,45,48) FET
(B,80,49) FET
(B,85,149) Transistor
(B,91,153) Transistor

RK4936
RK4936
RK4936
2SA1834F5
DTC114EU

Q
Q
Q
Q
D

2714
2715
2716
2717
610

(A,42,25) Transistor
(B,35,107) Transistor
(A,35,25) Transistor
(B,35,92) Transistor
(B,54,89) Diode

2SA1576
2SD1767
DTC124EU
DTC114EU
1SS355

Q
Q
Q
Q
Q

823
824
825
828
829

(B,111,136) Transistor
(B,104,134) Transistor
(B,114,136) Transistor
(B,65,115) Transistor
(B,67,106) Transistor

2SC4081
2SB1184F5
2SC4081
IMX1
2SB1184F5

D
D
D
D
D

691
692
693
694
695

(B,154,152)
(A,172,136)
(A,172,132)
(A,167,136)
(A,167,132)

Diode
Diode
Diode
Diode
Diode

HZU8R2(B1)
UDZS20(B)
UDZS20(B)
UDZS20(B)
UDZS20(B)

Q
Q
Q
Q
Q

830
832
835
837
838

(B,30,85) Transistor
(A,114,137) FET
(B,118,139) Transistor
(B,40,118) Transistor
(A,111,134) Transistor

UMF23N
RSQ030P03
2SC4081
2SC4081
DTC144EU

D
D
D
D
D

696
697
698
699
700

(A,170,136)
(A,170,132)
(A,165,136)
(A,165,132)
(A,168,136)

Diode
Diode
Diode
Diode
Diode

UDZS20(B)
UDZS20(B)
UDZS20(B)
UDZS20(B)
UDZS6R8(B)

Q
Q
Q
Q
Q

839
840
843
951
971

(A,72,109) Transistor
(B,68,136) Transistor
(B,66,95) Transistor
(A,75,95) Transistor
(B,18,125) Transistor

UMD2N
2SA1576
2SD1767
DTC124EU
IMX2

D
D
D
D
D

707
708
731
732
733

(B,63,151) Diode
(A,64,135) Diode
(B,144,144) Diode
(A,134,136) Diode
(A,136,136) Diode

DAN202U
5KP22A
UDZS6R8(B)
UDZS6R8(B)
UDZS6R8(B)

Q
Q
Q
Q
Q

972
973
2401
2402
2403

(B,18,116) Transistor
(B,7,119) Transistor
(B,125,128) Transistor
(B,128,133) Transistor
(B,128,128) Transistor

IMD3A
2SD1767
UMD2N
DTC323TU
DTC323TU

D
D
D
D
D

734
735
736
737
738

(A,137,136)
(A,139,136)
(B,151,151)
(B,149,137)
(B,145,138)

Diode
Diode
Diode
Diode
Diode

UDZS6R8(B)
UDZS6R8(B)
UMZ6R8N
UMZ6R8N
UMZ6R8N

Q
Q
Q
Q
Q

2408
2409
2410
2414
2415

(B,122,106)
(B,123,110)
(B,125,119)
(B,126,113)
(B,126,105)

Transistor
Transistor
Transistor
Transistor
Transistor

UMD2N
DTC323TU
UMD2N
DTC124EU
DTC124EU

D
D
D
D
D

739
740
741
742
743

(B,154,142)
(B,151,142)
(B,148,151)
(A,162,142)
(A,162,140)

Diode
Diode
Diode
Diode
Diode

UMZ6R8N
UMZ6R8N
UMZ6R8N
UDZS6R8(B)
UDZS6R8(B)

Q
Q
Q
Q
Q

2416
2417
2418
2419
2420

(B,139,109) Transistor
(B,139,106) Transistor
(B,139,112) Transistor
(B,22,114) Transistor
(B,142,85) Transistor

UMD2N
DTC323TU
DTC323TU
UMD2N
DTC114EU

D
D
D
D
D

744
745
746
747
748

(A,162,138)
(B,137,144)
(B,138,141)
(B,142,141)
(B,142,144)

Diode
Diode
Diode
Diode
Diode

UDZS6R8(B)
UDZS6R8(B)
UDZS6R8(B)
UDZS6R8(B)
UDZS6R8(B)

Q
Q
Q
Q
Q

2421
2422
2427
2428
2603

(B,33,114)
(B,27,112)
(B,25,123)
(B,28,126)
(B,113,96)

Transistor
Transistor
Transistor
Transistor
Transistor

UMD2N
2SC4081
DTC124EU
DTC124EU
UMD2N

D
D
D
D
D

749
750
753
754
802

(A,141,136) Diode
(A,143,137) Diode
(B,150,146) Diode
(B,145,141) Diode
(B,39,57) Diode

UDZS6R8(B)
UDZS10(B)
UDZS6R8(B)
UDZS6R8(B)
RB400D

(B,164,98) Transistor
(B,161,98) Transistor

DTC323TU
DTC323TU

D 803
D 804

(B,39,61) Diode
(B,74,57) Diode

RB400D
RB400D

Q 2604
Q 2605

Transistor
Transistor
FET
Transistor
FET

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

152
1

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

D 805
D 806
D 807

(B,74,61) Diode
(B,9,59) Diode
(A,41,56) Diode

RB400D
RB400D
RB060L-40

L 103
L 104
L 105

(A,140,28) Inductor
(A,148,27) Inductor
(A,156,27) Inductor

CTF1557
CTF1557
CTF1557

D
D
D
D
D

808
809
810
812
814

(A,41,60) Diode
(A,75,55) Diode
(A,75,60) Diode
(B,39,113) Diode
(A,104,138) Diode

RB060L-40
RB060L-40
RB060L-40
HZU6R8(B2)
KS926S2

L
L
L
L
L

106
107
108
109
110

(A,165,27)
(A,163,34)
(A,163,42)
(A,163,51)
(B,106,38)

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1557
CTF1557
CTF1557
CTF1557
CTF1556

D
D
D
D
D

815
816
817
818
820

(B,100,128) Diode
(B,61,118) Diode
(B,71,93) Diode
(A,20,51) Diode
(B,61,131) Diode

HZU7R5(B3)
UDZS18(B)
UDZS20(B)
RB060L-40
S1G-6904G2P

L
L
L
L
L

111
112
113
114
201

(B,106,23)
(B,108,55)
(B,109,60)
(B,109,55)
(A,127,29)

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1556
CTF1556
CTF1557
CTF1557
CTF1556

D
D
D
D
D

821
822
828
830
831

(B,64,137)
(B,64,133)
(B,51,133)
(B,96,138)
(B,96,136)

Diode
Diode
Diode
Diode
Diode

1SS355
1SS355
S1G-6904G2P
RB500V-40
RB500V-40

L
L
L
L
L

203
204
205
206
207

(A,86,10) Inductor
(A,105,45) Inductor
(A,124,21) Inductor
(A,89,45) Inductor
(A,95,43) Inductor

CTF1556
CTF1488
CTF1556
CTF1556
CTF1379

D
D
D
D
D

832
833
971
972
973

(A,8,68) Diode
(B,57,150) Diode
(B,13,119) Diode
(B,13,121) Diode
(B,14,117) Diode

S1G-6904G2P
1SS400
RB751V40
RB751V40
HZU8R2(B1)

L
L
L
L
L

301
302
305
306
307

(A,141,19) Inductor
(A,145,13) Inductor
(A,103,54) Inductor
(A,90,61) Inductor
(A,90,65) Inductor

CTF1557
CTF1557
CTF1556
CTF1556
CTF1556

D
D
D
D
D

974
2404
2405
2406
2407

(B,12,122) Diode
(B,110,97) Diode
(B,128,130) Diode
(A,134,122) Diode
(A,134,129) Diode

UDZ12(B)
DAN202U
DAP202U
1SS355
UDZS4R7(B)

L
L
L
L
L

308
312
601
602
603

(A,110,59) Inductor
(A,121,52) Inductor
(B,53,97) Inductor
(B,44,90) Inductor
(B,44,93) Inductor

CTF1334
CTF1410
CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1334

D
D
D
D
D

2408
2409
2410
2411
2412

(B,142,109) Diode
(B,23,111) Diode
(B,24,120) Diode
(B,27,119) Diode
(B,34,120) Diode

DAP202U
UDZS8R2(B)
DAN202U
DAN202U
DAN202U

L
L
L
L
L

604
605
606
607
610

(A,44,88) Inductor
(B,158,135) Inductor
(A,126,91) Inductor
(A,131,86) Inductor
(B,56,94) Inductor

CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1334

D
D
D
D
D

2413
2551
2701
2702
2703

(B,29,122) Diode
(A,13,146) Diode
(B,37,27) Diode
(B,63,8) Diode Network
(B,51,28) Diode Network

DAN202U
UDZS6R8(B)
1SS355
DA204U
DA204U

L
L
L
L
L

613
616
617
619
620

(B,44,106) Inductor
(B,48,106) Inductor
(B,50,87) Inductor
(A,129,84) Inductor
(A,128,81) Inductor

CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1306
CTF1306

D
D
D
D
D

2704
2705
2706
2707
2708

(B,48,14)
(A,50,21)
(A,50,10)
(A,50,13)
(A,50,15)

Diode
Diode Network
Diode Network
Diode Network
Diode Network

UDZS5R6(B)
DA204U
DA204U
DA204U
DA204U

L
L
L
L
L

621
622
623
624
625

(A,129,81) Inductor
(A,127,84) Inductor
(A,127,81) Inductor
(A,125,84) Inductor
(A,98,83) Inductor

CTF1306
CTF1384
CTF1387
CTF1334
CTF1306

D
D
D
D
D

2709
2710
2711
2712
2713

(B,51,23)
(B,51,25)
(A,50,18)
(B,35,97)
(B,35,95)

Diode Network
Diode Network
Diode Network
Diode
Diode

DA204U
DA204U
DA204U
HZU8R2(B1)
HZU5R6(B2)

L
L
L
L
L

626
627
628
629
630

(A,96,83) Inductor
(A,128,84) Inductor
(A,124,84) Inductor
(A,125,81) Inductor
(A,131,84) Inductor

CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1306

D
D
D
L
L

2714
2715
2821
1
2

(B,45,21) Diode
(B,38,22) Diode
(A,163,135) Diode
(B,132,17) Inductor
(B,147,18) Inductor

DAP202U
DAP202U
RB500V-40
CTF1558
CTF1558

L
L
L
L
L

631
632
633
634
635

(A,122,81)
(A,121,84)
(A,121,81)
(A,120,84)
(A,122,84)

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1306

L
L
L
L
L

3
5
6
7
8

(A,158,17)
(A,139,33)
(A,128,35)
(B,162,55)
(A,149,68)

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1410
CTF1556
CTF1295
CTF1558
CTF1556

L
L
L
L
L

636
637
638
639
640

(A,105,87)
(A,120,81)
(A,118,84)
(A,118,81)
(A,117,84)

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1334
CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1306

(A,132,16) Inductor
(A,134,12) Inductor

CTF1557
CTF1557

L 641
L 644

(A,124,81) Inductor
(A,115,84) Inductor

CTF1306
CTF1306

L 101
L 102

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

153
8

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

L 645
L 646
L 647

(A,115,81) Inductor
(A,114,84) Inductor
(A,114,81) Inductor

CTF1306
CTF1334
CTF1334

L 712
L 713
L 714

(A,46,121) Inductor
(A,76,114) Inductor
(A,74,114) Inductor

CTF1629
CTF1306
CTF1306

L
L
L
L
L

648
649
650
651
652

(A,112,81)
(A,110,81)
(A,109,81)
(A,105,81)
(A,103,84)

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1378
CTF1378
CTF1378
CTF1378
CTF1334

L
L
L
L
L

715
716
717
718
719

(A,73,122) Inductor
(A,70,113) Inductor
(A,72,114) Inductor
(B,158,146) Inductor
(B,170,150) Inductor

CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1410
CTF1334

L
L
L
L
L

653
654
660
661
662

(A,103,81) Inductor
(A,102,84) Inductor
(A,25,83) Inductor
(A,26,85) Inductor
(A,26,87) Inductor

CTF1467
CTF1306
CTF1463
CTF1386
CTF1306

L
L
L
L
L

721
722
723
724
725

(A,36,114)
(A,36,122)
(A,22,112)
(A,24,112)
(A,25,112)

CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1306

L
L
L
L
L

663
665
667
668
669

(A,26,89)
(B,18,90)
(B,15,90)
(B,18,91)
(B,15,92)

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1467
CTF1334
CTF1306

L
L
L
L
L

726
727
732
733
734

(A,37,122) Inductor
(A,25,121) Inductor
(A,158,139) Inductor
(A,157,141) Inductor
(A,157,143) Inductor

CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1295
CTF1295
CTF1295

L
L
L
L
L

670
671
672
673
674

(B,18,93)
(A,26,90)
(B,15,94)
(A,26,92)
(B,18,95)

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1306

L
L
L
L
L

735
736
737
738
739

(B,145,148)
(B,143,148)
(B,141,144)
(B,139,144)
(B,138,148)

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1295
CTF1295
CTF1295
CTF1295
CTF1295

L
L
L
L
L

675
676
677
678
679

(A,26,94) Inductor
(B,16,98) Inductor
(B,27,96) Inductor
(B,18,104) Inductor
(A,27,107) Inductor

CTF1463
CTF1463
CTF1463
CTF1463
CTF1453

L
L
L
L
L

740
741
742
744
745

(B,136,148) Inductor
(A,145,140) Inductor
(A,142,140) Inductor
(A,117,81) Inductor
(A,152,141) Inductor

CTF1410
CTF1295
CTF1295
CTF1334
CTF1334

L
L
L
L
L

680
681
682
683
684

(B,28,101)
(A,42,114)
(A,40,114)
(A,40,121)
(A,39,114)

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1463
CTF1306
CTF1357
CTF1357
CTF1357

L
L
L
L
L

746
748
749
751
753

(A,153,141) Inductor
(A,148,141) Inductor
(A,150,141) Inductor
(B,85,106) Inductor
(B,95,111) Inductor

CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1334
LCTAW680J3225

L
L
L
L
L

685
686
687
688
689

(A,37,114)
(A,73,114)
(A,82,117)
(A,34,114)
(A,34,122)

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1357
CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1357
CTF1306

L
L
L
L
L

754
755
756
757
758

(B,91,94) Inductor
(A,102,122) Inductor
(B,18,86) Inductor
(B,15,87) Inductor
(B,18,88) Inductor

CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1306

L
L
L
L
L

690
691
692
693
694

(A,33,114)
(A,33,122)
(A,80,122)
(A,31,114)
(A,78,122)

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1306
CTF1384
CTF1306

L
L
L
L
L

759
760
761
762
763

(A,111,121) Inductor
(B,84,88) Inductor
(B,95,119) Inductor
(B,110,116) Inductor
(B,92,115) Inductor

CTF1334
CTF1334
LCYC2R2K1608
LCYC2R2K1608
LCYC2R2K1608

L
L
L
L
L

695
696
697
698
699

(A,30,121)
(A,77,122)
(A,78,114)
(A,29,109)
(A,66,115)

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1463
CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1629
CTF1334

L
L
L
L
L

764
765
766
767
768

(B,77,120) Inductor
(A,80,106) Inductor
(B,114,116) Inductor
(A,32,106) Inductor
(A,30,106) Inductor

LCYC2R2K1608
LCYC2R2K1608
LCYC2R2K1608
CTF1334
CTF1334

L
L
L
L
L

700
701
702
703
704

(A,56,122)
(A,18,110)
(B,61,149)
(A,57,114)
(A,55,122)

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1306
CTF1629
LCYC2R2K1608
CTF1306
CTF1306

L
L
L
L
L

771
772
793
794
795

(A,131,136) Inductor
(A,128,136) Inductor
(A,131,81) Inductor
(A,102,81) Inductor
(A,100,84) Inductor

CTF1453
CTF1453
CTF1334
CTF1306
CTF1306

L
L
L
L
L

705
706
707
708
709

(A,55,114)
(A,53,122)
(A,54,114)
(A,52,122)
(A,52,114)

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1306

L
L
L
L
L

796
801
802
803
804

(A,100,81) Inductor
(A,12,54) Inductor
(A,16,68) Inductor
(A,41,49) Inductor
(A,41,68) Inductor

CTF1306
CTH1254
CTH1257
CTH1254
CTH1255

(A,51,114) Inductor
(A,49,114) Inductor

CTF1306
CTF1306

L 805
L 806

(A,75,48) Inductor
(A,77,68) Inductor

CTH1257
CTH1257

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

L 710
L 711

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154
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Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

L 807
L 808
L 809

(A,89,147) Inductor
(A,28,65) Inductor
(A,63,65) Inductor

CTH1262
CTH1253
CTH1253

>FU813
>FU814
>FU815

(A,83,47) Fuse 2.5A


(B,61,106) Fuse 250mA
(A,136,133) Fuse 1A

CEK1285
CEK1276
CEK1280

L
L
L
L
L

810
811
812
815
816

(A,90,136) Choke Coil 100H


(B,58,134) Inductor
(A,65,73) Inductor
(B,61,136) Inductor
(B,31,26) Inductor

CTH1315
CTF1556
CTF1453
CTF1556
CTF1306

>FU971
>FU2701
EF731
EF732
EF733

(A,15,119) Fuse 375mA


(B,31,106) Fuse 250mA
(B,151,148) EMI Filter
(B,148,148) EMI Filter
(B,142,137) EMI Filter

CEK1277
CEK1276
CCG1082
CCG1082
CCG1067

L
L
L
L
L

817
818
981
982
983

(A,40,80)
(A,29,83)
(B,73,81)
(B,74,32)
(B,63,33)

LCKBW1R0M2520
LCYA220J2520
CTF1453
CTF1463
CTF1463

EF734
EF735
EF736
EF801
EF802

(B,142,134) EMI Filter


(B,151,138) EMI Filter
(B,153,138) EMI Filter
(A,96,137) EMI Filter
(A,78,144) EMI Filter

CCG1067
CCG1067
CCG1067
CCG1172
CCG1172

L
L
L
L
L

984
985
2402
2404
2551

(A,93,79) Inductor
(A,93,86) Inductor
(B,116,91) Inductor
(A,148,105) Inductor
(A,12,143) Inductor

CTF1463
CTF1463
CTF1306
LCYA2R2J2520
CTF1379

EF803

(A,80,153) EMI Filter

CCG1172

L
L
L
L
L

2554
2555
2601
2701
2702

(B,35,115) Inductor
(B,35,111) Inductor
(B,160,104) Inductor
(B,48,16) Inductor
(B,39,28) Inductor

CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1399
CTF1334

L
L
L
L
L

2703
2704
2705
2706
2707

(B,42,88)
(B,54,11)
(B,56,11)
(B,57,11)
(B,55,18)

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1334
CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1306

L
L
L
L
L

2708
2709
2710
2711
2712

(B,60,27)
(B,55,23)
(B,55,27)
(B,51,30)
(B,33,15)

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1334

L
L
L
L
L

2713
2714
2715
2716
2717

(B,37,17) Inductor
(A,43,22) Inductor
(A,39,22) Inductor (EW)
(B,51,20) Inductor
(B,58,7) Inductor

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1306

L 2800
TH601
X 1
X 2
X 3

(B,160,133) Inductor
CTF1305
(A,138,88) Thermistor
CCX1056
(A,143,72) Radiator 30.000MHz CSS1633
(B,135,61) Radiator 33.000MHz CSS1634
(B,161,49) Radiator 33.8688MHz CSS1551

X 202
X 601
VR751
>FU691
>FU692

(A,127,22) Radiator 14.31818MHz


(A,47,88) Radiator 10.0MHz
(A,79,111) Semi-xed 1k(OB)
(B,167,151) Fuse 2.5A
(B,160,140) Fuse 2A

CSS1632
CSS1577
CCP1390
CEK1285
CEK1284

>FU801
>FU802
>FU803
>FU804
>FU805

(A,59,120) Fuse 1.25A


(A,9,63) Fuse 4A
(B,109,137) Fuse 375mA
(A,24,72) Fuse 2.5A
(A,62,72) Fuse 2.5A

CEK1255
CEK1288
CEK1277
CEK1285
CEK1285

>FU806
>FU807
>FU808
>FU809
>FU810

(A,63,117) Fuse 1A
(A,40,83) Fuse 1A
(B,46,120) Fuse 4A
(A,125,136) Fuse 2A
(A,97,132) Fuse 500mA

CEK1254
CEK1280
CEK1260
CEK1284
CEK1278

>FU811
>FU812

(A,86,73) Fuse 2A
(A,117,139) Fuse 250mA

CEK1284
CEK1276

RESISTORS
R
R
R
R
R

1
3
5
6
7

(B,131,34)
(B,131,37)
(A,115,59)
(A,121,63)
(A,157,48)

RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S220J

R
R
R
R
R

8
10
11
12
13

(A,120,70)
(A,153,70)
(A,155,70)
(A,145,67)
(A,143,67)

RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S104J
RAB4C473J
RS1/16S105J
RS1/16S151J

R
R
R
R
R

14
16
19
20
21

(B,147,34)
(B,147,37)
(A,121,68)
(A,135,69)
(A,139,67)

RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S101J

R
R
R
R
R

22
23
24
25
26

(A,137,69)
(B,137,60)
(B,137,62)
(A,134,69)
(A,138,69)

RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S105J
RS1/16S151J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S101J

R
R
R
R
R

27
28
29
30
31

(A,135,67)
(A,137,67)
(A,134,67)
(A,132,67)
(A,133,69)

RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S101J

R
R
R
R
R

32
33
34
35
36

(B,137,53)
(A,131,69)
(B,158,50)
(A,127,49)
(A,126,59)

RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S223J
RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S101J

R
R
R
R
R

37
38
39
40
45

(A,126,61)
(A,126,62)
(A,126,63)
(A,126,46)
(B,130,56)

RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S470J
RS1/16S104J

R
R
R
R
R

46
47
48
49
50

(B,131,62)
(B,161,47)
(B,159,65)
(B,161,65)
(B,162,65)

RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S104J

(B,84,25)
(B,84,26)
(B,84,27)

RS1/16SS101J
RS1/16SS101J
RS1/16SS101J

R 51
R 52
R 53

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

155
8

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

R 54
R 55

(B,84,28)
(B,84,30)

RS1/16SS101J
RS1/16SS101J

R 169
R 170

(A,125,64)
(A,111,66)

RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J

R
R
R
R
R

57
59
60
61
62

(B,84,29)
(B,83,31)
(B,84,32)
(A,60,36)
(B,84,34)

RS1/16SS101J
RS1/16SS101J
RS1/16SS101J
RS1/16SS0R0J
RS1/16SS101J

R
R
R
R
R

171
172
174
175
176

(A,114,66)
(A,112,66)
(A,126,67)
(A,126,68)
(A,126,57)

RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S0R0J

R
R
R
R
R

63
64
65
66
67

(B,84,33)
(B,86,38)
(B,84,36)
(A,60,41)
(A,61,41)

RS1/16SS101J
RS1/16SS101J
RS1/16SS101J
RS1/16SS101J
RS1/16SS101J

R
R
R
R
R

177
178
179
180
181

(A,121,66)
(A,121,67)
(A,115,63)
(A,149,66)
(A,119,56)

RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S473J

R
R
R
R
R

68
69
70
71
72

(A,62,41)
(A,63,41)
(A,64,41)
(A,65,41)
(A,66,41)

RS1/16SS101J
RS1/16SS101J
RS1/16SS101J
RS1/16SS101J
RS1/16SS101J

R
R
R
R
R

182
183
184
185
186

(A,121,56)
(A,119,63)
(A,119,59)
(A,116,63)
(A,118,59)

RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J

R
R
R
R
R

73
74
75
76
77

(A,67,41)
(A,68,41)
(A,69,41)
(A,70,41)
(A,71,41)

RS1/16SS101J
RS1/16SS101J
RS1/16SS101J
RS1/16SS101J
RS1/16SS101J

R
R
R
R
R

187
188
189
190
191

(A,116,59)
(A,111,69)
(A,112,69)
(A,114,69)
(B,130,65)

RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J

R
R
R
R
R

78
79
80
81
82

(A,72,41)
(A,73,41)
(A,74,41)
(A,75,41)
(A,76,41)

RS1/16SS101J
RS1/16SS101J
RS1/16SS101J
RS1/16SS101J
RS1/16SS101J

R
R
R
R
R

192
193
194
196
201

(A,118,63)
(A,128,66)
(A,150,68)
(A,116,69)
(A,124,41)

RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S390J
RS1/16S473J
RN1/16SE1502D

R
R
R
R
R

84
85
87
88
89

(B,84,37)
(B,85,31)
(B,160,63)
(B,132,49)
(B,137,46)

RS1/16SS562J
RS1/16SS103J
RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S0R0J

R
R
R
R
R

202
210
211
212
213

(A,124,40)
(A,103,43)
(A,102,43)
(A,94,43)
(A,93,43)

RN1/16SE1202D
RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S104J

R
R
R
R
R

90
93
94
95
96

(B,137,45)
(B,135,44)
(B,138,44)
(B,134,49)
(B,134,48)

RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S153J
RS1/16S153J
RS1/16S153J
RS1/16S153J

R
R
R
R
R

217
220
221
222
224

(A,125,36)
(A,126,9)
(A,126,26)
(A,126,17)
(A,84,16)

RS1/16S272J
RS1/16S223J
RS1/16S105J
RS1/16S151J
RS1/16S0R0J

R
R
R
R
R

97
98
101
102
103

(A,123,56)
(A,159,61)
(B,107,36)
(B,107,21)
(B,105,59)

RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J

R
R
R
R
R

225
226
227
228
229

(A,122,9)
(A,123,9)
(A,84,19)
(A,85,19)
(B,119,17)

RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S560J

R
R
R
R
R

104
151
152
153
154

(A,136,23)
(B,131,33)
(B,163,35)
(B,146,44)
(A,120,56)

RS1/16S220J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S471J
RS1/16S473J

R
R
R
R
R

230
232
237
238
240

(A,85,14)
(A,86,14)
(B,117,17)
(B,118,17)
(A,119,8)

RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S330J
RS1/16S104J

R
R
R
R
R

155
156
157
158
159

(A,118,56)
(A,110,66)
(A,115,66)
(A,122,52)
(B,130,57)

RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J

R
R
R
R
R

301
302
303
320
329

(A,140,19)
(A,140,22)
(A,141,17)
(A,111,57)
(A,114,54)

RS1/16S123J
RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S103J
RS1/16SS821J

R
R
R
R
R

160
161
162
163
164

(A,124,61)
(A,110,69)
(B,136,57)
(A,126,58)
(A,116,66)

RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S560J
RS1/16S473J

R
R
R
R
R

330
331
332
333
334

(A,115,50)
(A,115,52)
(A,115,51)
(A,103,61)
(A,103,59)

RS1/16SS221J
RS1/16SS221J
RS1/16SS472J
RS1/16SS222J
RS1/16SS222J

R 165
R 166
R 167

(A,126,70)
(A,108,69)
(A,121,64)

RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J

R 335
R 336
R 349

(A,102,59)
(A,101,59)
(B,161,44)

RS1/16SS221J
RS1/16SS221J
RS1/16S473J

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

156
1

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

R 350
R 356

(B,152,43)
(A,114,56)

RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S0R0J

R 661
R 662

(A,43,88)
(A,42,88)

RS1/16SS681J
RS1/16SS681J

R
R
R
R
R

360
361
362
363
364

(B,101,61)
(B,101,48)
(B,101,60)
(B,101,49)
(B,101,52)

RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16SS473J

R
R
R
R
R

663
664
665
666
667

(A,41,88)
(B,39,103)
(A,38,110)
(A,42,110)
(A,45,109)

RS1/16SS681J
RS1/16SS681J
RAB4C681J
RAB4C681J
RS1/16SS681J

R
R
R
R
R

365
366
367
368
369

(B,101,51)
(B,101,50)
(B,103,49)
(B,103,51)
(B,101,59)

RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16SS473J

R
R
R
R
R

668
670
671
672
673

(A,24,127)
(B,41,105)
(B,41,103)
(A,35,110)
(B,41,104)

RS1/16S104J
RS1/16SS103J
RS1/16SS103J
RS1/16SS681J
RS1/16SS102J

R
R
R
R
R

370
601
602
603
604

(A,93,72)
(A,138,87)
(B,51,100)
(A,131,91)
(A,34,94)

RS1/8S0R0J
RS1/16S1803D
RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16SS0R0J

R
R
R
R
R

674
675
676
687
691

(B,41,102)
(A,34,99)
(A,37,91)
(A,51,122)
(B,157,149)

RS1/16SS102J
RS1/16SS681J
RS1/16SS681J
RS1/16S470J
RS1/16S471J

R
R
R
R
R

606
607
608
609
610

(A,38,88)
(A,126,86)
(B,156,135)
(B,155,133)
(B,152,132)

RAB4C681J
RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16S563J
RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S473J

R
R
R
R
R

692
693
694
695
696

(B,159,149)
(A,171,139)
(A,167,139)
(A,170,139)
(A,165,139)

RS1/16S471J
RS1/16S681J
RS1/16S681J
RS1/16S681J
RS1/16S681J

R
R
R
R
R

611
614
615
616
617

(B,155,135)
(A,34,103) (UC)
(A,34,102) (EW)
(A,46,109)
(A,41,86)

RS1/16S472J
RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16SS681J
RS1/16S0R0J

R
R
R
R
R

697
711
712
715
716

(A,168,139)
(B,63,156)
(B,66,152)
(B,64,149)
(B,60,150)

RS1/16S681J
RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S472J
RS1/16S472J
RS1/16S153J

R
R
R
R
R

618
620
622
623
625

(B,40,100)
(B,49,97)
(A,46,113)
(A,48,110)
(A,35,106)

RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16SS473J
RAB4C681J
RS1/16S473J

R
R
R
R
R

730
732
733
734
735

(B,74,102)
(B,146,144)
(B,147,145)
(A,140,140)
(A,138,140)

RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S102J

R
R
R
R
R

626
627
628
629
631

(A,52,110)
(A,60,95)
(A,35,100)
(A,58,95)
(A,132,84)

RAB4C681J
RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16S681J

R
R
R
R
R

736
737
738
739
751

(A,137,140)
(A,135,140)
(B,141,148)
(B,140,148)
(B,102,93)

RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S681J
RS1/16S681J
RS1/16SS101J

R
R
R
R
R

632
633
634
636
637

(A,37,107)
(A,57,90)
(B,54,112)
(B,56,110)
(B,12,89)

RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J

R
R
R
R
R

752
753
754
755
756

(B,104,94)
(B,106,96)
(B,97,95)
(B,90,96)
(B,85,97)

RS1/16SS101J
RS1/16SS101J
RS1/16S222J
RS1/16S222J
RS1/16S103J

R
R
R
R
R

640
641
642
643
644

(B,52,87)
(B,52,88)
(A,55,106)
(A,57,99)
(B,49,99)

RS1/16SS101J
RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16SS681J
RS1/16SS681J
RS1/16SS681J

R
R
R
R
R

757
758
759
760
761

(B,87,101)
(B,83,100)
(B,85,101)
(B,81,103)
(B,83,94)

RS1/16S272J
RS1/16S272J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S301J
RS1/16S1000D

R
R
R
R
R

645
646
648
649
650

(A,57,97)
(A,57,93)
(A,55,88)
(A,54,88)
(B,57,91)

RS1/16SS681J
RAB4C681J
RS1/16SS681J
RS1/16SS681J
RS1/16SS104J

R
R
R
R
R

762
763
764
765
766

(B,96,108)
(B,93,108)
(B,104,108)
(B,102,108)
(B,101,108)

RN1/16SE2002D
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S75R0D
RS1/16S75R0D
RS1/16S75R0D

R
R
R
R
R

651
653
654
655
657

(B,63,93)
(A,138,84)
(A,34,105)
(A,55,109)
(A,54,85)

RS1/16S681J
RS1/16S2003F
RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16SS681J
RS1/16S104J

R
R
R
R
R

767
768
769
770
772

(B,99,108)
(B,84,104)
(B,106,119)
(B,87,122)
(B,103,115)

RS1/16S750J
RS1/16S62R0D
RS1/16S105J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S105J

(A,35,97)
(A,51,88)
(A,43,87)

RS1/16SS101J
RAB4C681J
RS1/16SS104J

R 773
R 774
R 776

(A,106,98)
(B,96,115)
(A,123,121)

RS1/16S750J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S750J

R 658
R 659
R 660

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

157
8

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

R 777
R 778

(A,90,110)
(A,80,107)

RS1/16S750J
RS1/16S681J

R 865
R 866

(B,29,70)
(B,26,58)

RS1/16S100J
RS1/16S104J

R
R
R
R
R

779
780
781
782
783

(A,81,114)
(B,81,111)
(A,107,81)
(B,85,117)
(B,91,118)

RS1/16S302J
RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S105J
RS1/16S105J

R
R
R
R
R

867
868
869
870
873

(B,65,45)
(B,67,71)
(B,61,58)
(B,62,42)
(B,42,57)

RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S100J
RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/10S150J

R
R
R
R
R

784
785
794
795
796

(B,102,113)
(B,83,118)
(A,75,105)
(A,77,103)
(A,75,103)

RS1/16S105J
RS1/16S105J
RS1/16S563J
RS1/16SS102J
RS1/16S563J

R
R
R
R
R

874
875
876
877
878

(B,31,51)
(B,31,66)
(B,42,61)
(B,77,57)
(B,66,51)

RS1/16S224J
RS1/16S224J
RS1/10S150J
RS1/10S150J
RS1/16S224J

R
R
R
R
R

805
806
807
808
810

(B,25,28)
(B,23,26)
(B,51,35)
(B,50,35)
(B,70,32)

RS1/16S151J
RS1/16S151J
RS1/16S470J
RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S0R0J

R
R
R
R
R

879
880
884
885
886

(B,66,65)
(B,77,61)
(B,91,147)
(B,91,150)
(B,85,144)

RS1/16S224J
RS1/10S150J
RS1/4S561J
RS1/4S561J
RS1/16S103J

R
R
R
R
R

812
813
814
817
819

(B,53,35)
(B,56,106)
(A,82,96)
(B,25,30)
(B,40,85)

RS1/16S470J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S103J
RS1/8S181J

R
R
R
R
R

891
892
893
894
895

(B,111,138)
(B,109,140)
(B,111,129)
(B,113,140)
(B,111,132)

RS1/16S1101D
RS1/16S6800D
RS1/8S102J
RS1/16S471J
RS1/8S102J

R
R
R
R
R

820
821
824
825
826

(B,40,83)
(A,32,83)
(B,60,34)
(A,89,55)
(A,89,57)

RS1/8S181J
RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/10S360J
RS1/10S360J

R
R
R
R
R

896
901
902
903
904

(B,104,129)
(B,148,122)
(B,38,122)
(B,40,116)
(B,39,116)

RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S224J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S223J
RS1/16S223J

R
R
R
R
R

827
829
830
831
832

(A,89,53)
(A,119,138)
(B,9,52)
(B,8,52)
(B,8,54)

RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S475J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S1600D
RS1/16S5601D

R
R
R
R
R

905
906
911
912
913

(B,26,82)
(B,30,82)
(B,62,119)
(B,116,140)
(B,121,138)

RS1/10S472J
RS1/16S223J
RS1/16S474J
RS1/16S472J
RS1/16S102J

R
R
R
R
R

833
834
835
836
837

(B,9,56)
(B,9,70)
(B,15,70)
(B,31,49)
(B,27,48)

RS1/16S1001D
RS1/16S331J
RS1/16S154J
RS1/16S3300D
RS1/16S101J

R
R
R
R
R

914
915
916
917
918

(B,62,111)
(B,66,119)
(B,64,119)
(B,66,98)
(B,67,99)

RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S471J

R
R
R
R
R

838
839
840
841
842

(B,27,49)
(B,25,49)
(B,26,51)
(B,26,54)
(B,31,67)

RS1/16S3001D
RS1/16S1001D
RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S6800D

R
R
R
R
R

919
920
921
922
925

(A,112,138)
(B,68,133)
(B,62,117)
(B,87,135)
(A,69,109)

RS1/16S475J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S102J

R
R
R
R
R

843
844
845
846
847

(B,27,67)
(B,25,68)
(B,27,69)
(B,26,66)
(B,66,48)

RS1/16S5601D
RS1/16S1001D
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S5600D

R
R
R
R
R

926
927
928
929
936

(A,69,110)
(B,68,131)
(B,67,134)
(B,63,135)
(B,66,91)

RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S471J
RS1/16S103J
RS1/10S103J
RS1/16S820J

R
R
R
R
R

848
849
850
851
852

(B,63,48)
(B,63,49)
(B,60,49)
(B,61,51)
(B,66,69)

RS1/16S2401D
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S1601D
RS1/16S152J
RS1/16S1200D

R
R
R
R
R

937
938
939
940
941

(B,69,91)
(B,114,138)
(B,8,49)
(B,31,47)
(B,33,68)

RS1/16S820J
RS1/16S561J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S0R0J

R
R
R
R
R

853
854
855
856
857

(B,63,69)
(B,61,53)
(B,63,68)
(B,60,68)
(B,61,66)

RS1/16S1001D
RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S1001D
RS1/16S152J

R
R
R
R
R

942
943
944
945
946

(B,66,46)
(B,68,68)
(B,26,63)
(B,61,63)
(B,37,116)

RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S4701D

R 858
R 859
R 861

(B,21,67)
(B,16,57)
(B,9,47)

RS1/16S100J
RS1/16S184J
RS1/10S100J

R 952
R 954
R 962

(A,78,95)
(B,57,149)
(A,31,95)

RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S103J

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

158
1

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

R 971
R 972

(B,17,127)
(B,16,131)

RS1/16S824J
RS1/16S102J

R
R
R
R
R

973
974
975
977
978

(B,21,125)
(B,18,122)
(B,18,119)
(B,30,126)
(B,32,126)

RS1/16S472J
RS1/8S271J
RS1/8S751J
RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S103J

R
R
R
R
R

979
981
982
983
2403

(A,8,47)
(A,48,72)
(A,85,71)
(B,14,44)
(A,135,123)

RS1/10S0R0J
RS1/10S0R0J
RS1/10S0R0J
RS1/10S102J
RS1/16S102J

R
R
R
R
R

2404
2407
2409
2410
2411

(B,128,135)
(B,128,126)
(B,131,133)
(B,131,128)
(B,133,135)

RS1/16S473J
RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16S473J

R
R
R
R
R

2416
2417
2418
2419
2420

(B,132,126)
(B,109,103)
(B,110,107)
(B,133,123)
(B,133,138)

RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S102J
RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16S473J

R
R
R
R
R

2421
2422
2423
2424
2425

(B,110,109)
(B,135,137)
(B,135,124)
(B,112,111)
(B,136,137)

RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J

R
R
R
R
R

2426
2428
2432
2433
2438

(B,136,124)
(B,116,114)
(B,119,105)
(B,115,105)
(A,146,111)

RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S181J

R
R
R
R
R

2439
2440
2441
2444
2445

(B,122,114)
(A,145,109)
(A,145,107)
(A,145,113)
(A,145,104)

RS1/16S331J
RS1/16S181J
RS1/16S223J
RS1/16S223J
RS1/16S102J

R
R
R
R
R

2446
2447
2448
2449
2450

(A,144,115)
(B,123,112)
(B,131,114)
(B,129,114)
(B,131,105)

RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S473J

(B,151,92)
(B,128,105)
(A,127,98) (UC)
(A,127,98) (EW)
(B,155,92)

RS1/16S152J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S471J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S104J

R 2451
R 2452
R 2459
R 2460

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

R 2478
R 2479
R 2480

(B,143,101)
(B,143,103)
(B,145,119)

RS1/16S472J
RS1/16S472J
RS1/16S472J

R
R
R
R
R

2481
2482
2483
2484
2485

(B,143,115)
(B,143,106)
(B,143,112)
(B,146,104)
(B,146,114)

RS1/16S472J
RS1/16S472J
RS1/16S472J
RS1/16S472J
RS1/16S472J

R
R
R
R
R

2486
2487
2488
2489
2492

(B,148,103)
(B,149,116)
(B,148,101)
(B,149,117)
(B,24,110)

RS1/16S472J
RS1/16S472J
RS1/16S471J
RS1/16S471J
RS1/16S223J

R
R
R
R
R

2493
2496
2497
2499
2500

(B,25,114)
(B,31,112)
(B,23,117)
(B,23,123)
(B,24,126)

RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S103J
RS1/4S102J
RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S103J

R
R
R
R
R

2501
2502
2503
2551
2552

(B,29,142)
(B,26,139)
(B,31,142)
(A,14,140)
(A,15,143)

RS1/16S221J
RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16SS101J
RS1/16SS621J

R
R
R
R
R

2553
2555
2556
2557
2558

(A,14,145)
(A,10,146)
(B,137,119)
(B,137,121)
(B,130,120)

RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16SS361J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16SS473J

R
R
R
R
R

2566
2567
2568
2569
2570

(A,128,105)
(A,128,106)
(A,128,107)
(B,133,121)
(B,130,116)

RS1/16SS101J
RS1/16SS101J
RS1/16SS101J
RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S0R0J

R
R
R
R
R

2571
2572
2602
2603
2604

(B,146,103)
(B,146,115)
(A,161,118)
(B,157,105)
(B,157,107)

RS1/16S224J
RS1/16S224J
RS1/8S0R0J
RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S102J

R
R
R
R
R

2606
2608
2610
2612
2613

(B,162,110)
(B,161,106)
(B,164,104)
(B,170,103)
(B,160,110)

RS1/16S683J
RS1/16S153J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S752J
RS1/16S683J

R
R
R
R
R

2615
2616
2617
2618
2619

(B,168,103)
(B,168,100)
(B,164,101)
(B,162,102)
(B,162,100)

RS1/16S394J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S105J
RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S472J

R
R
R
R
R

2461
2462
2463
2464
2465

(B,147,84)
(B,145,88)
(A,130,97)
(A,127,114)
(A,130,117) (UC)
(A,130,117) (EW)

RS1/16S1202D
RS1/16S1003D
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16SS471J
RS1/16SS0R0J

R
R
R
R
R

2620
2621
2622
2623
2624

(B,159,102)
(B,159,100)
(B,156,102)
(B,156,100)
(B,161,118)

RS1/16S152J
RS1/16S472J
RS1/16S472J
RS1/16S472J
RS1/16S333J

R
R
R
R
R

2470
2471
2472
2473
2474

(A,127,101)
(A,130,120)
(B,137,104)
(B,137,115)
(B,152,82)

RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S331J
RS1/16S331J
RS1/16S101J

R
R
R
R
R

2625
2626
2627
2628
2629

(B,165,116)
(B,163,116)
(B,162,116)
(B,133,115)
(B,134,104)

RS1/16S683J
RS1/16S154J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S103J

R 2475
R 2476

(B,140,104)
(B,140,114)

RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S104J

R 2630
R 2631

(B,166,114)
(B,169,113)

RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

159
8

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

R 2701
R 2702
R 2706

(B,49,30)
(B,58,9)
(B,53,18)

RS1/16S222J
RS1/16S222J
RS1/16S222J

R
R
R
R
R

2707
2708
2710
2711
2712

(B,54,23)
(B,53,27)
(A,46,20)
(A,46,25)
(B,51,19)

RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S103J

R
R
R
R
R

2715
2716
2717
2718
2719

(B,35,14)
(B,43,26)
(B,35,13)
(B,39,12)
(B,39,14)

RS1/16S223J
RS1/16S223J
RS1/16S472J
RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S223J

R
R
R
R
R

2720
2721
2722
2723
2724

(B,40,12)
(A,36,15)
(A,36,14)
(A,39,15) (EW)
(A,39,14) (EW)

RS1/16S472J
RS1/16S223J
RS1/16S472J
RS1/16S223J
RS1/16S472J

R
R
R
R
R

2725
2726
2727
2729
2730

(A,43,13) (EW)
(A,42,15) (EW)
(A,39,23) (UC)
(A,42,13) (EW)
(B,33,102)

RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S223J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S472J
RS1/16S471J

R
R
R
R
R

2731
2732
2733
7021
7037

(B,33,99)
(A,38,25)
(A,40,25)
(A,122,123)
(B,145,134)

RS1/16S471J
RS1/16S332J
RS1/16S332J
RS1/16S820J
RS1/16S101J

R
R
R
R
R

7038
7039
7042
7043
7044

(B,144,136)
(B,121,133)
(B,114,130)
(B,118,127)
(B,113,124)

RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S750J
RS1/16S4701D
RS1/16S4701D
RS1/16S101J

R
R
R
R
R

7045
7046
7047
7048
7049

(B,123,120)
(B,115,127)
(B,118,126)
(B,117,116)
(B,120,120)

RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S4701D
RS1/16S4701D
RS1/16S563J
RS1/16S473J

Circuit Symbol and No.

CAPACITORS

C
C
C
C
C

1
2
3
4
5

(B,132,19)
(B,132,23)
(B,132,25)
(B,132,30)
(B,132,42)

CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16

C
C
C
C
C

6
7
8
9
10

(A,152,37)
(A,157,45)
(A,156,50)
(A,156,53)
(A,157,56)

CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16

C
C
C
C
C

11
12
13
14
15

(A,157,61)
(B,136,18) 10F
(B,146,26)
(B,146,30)
(A,148,37)

CKSRYB104K16
CCG1171
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16

C
C
C
C
C

16
17
18
19
20

(A,145,37)
(A,147,67)
(A,145,69)
(A,143,69)
(B,149,19)

CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CCSRCH100D50
CCSRCH100D50
CKSRYB104K16

Part No.

C
C
C
C
C

21
22
23
24
25

(B,148,23)
(B,148,25)
(B,148,30)
(B,148,41)
(A,141,37)

CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16

C
C
C
C
C

26
27
28
29
30

(A,141,66)
(B,152,18) 10F
(B,157,16)
(B,163,28)
(A,158,19)

CKSRYB104K16
CCG1171
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYF104Z25

C
C
C
C
C

31
32
33
35
36

(B,132,59)
(B,132,63)
(A,136,37)
(A,136,67)
(A,130,66)

CCSRCH9R0D50
CCSRCH9R0D50
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16

C
C
C
C
C

38
39
40
41
42

(A,135,33) 10F
(A,127,42)
(A,127,43)
(A,127,51)
(B,141,45)

CCG1171
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16

C
C
C
C
C

44
47
49
51
54

(B,137,57)
(B,145,66)
(B,144,45)
(A,149,37)
(B,84,38)

CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB224K10
CCSRCH121J50

C
C
C
C
C

55
57
60
63
64

(B,148,45)
(B,152,45)
(B,153,66)
(B,158,47)
(B,158,53)

CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16

C
C
C
C
C

66
67
68
69
70

(B,158,55)
(B,160,56)
(A,131,36)
(A,131,34)
(A,131,31)

C
C
C
C
C

71
72
73
74
75

(B,130,62)
(B,163,52)
(B,162,52)
(B,158,62)
(A,157,18)

CKSRYF103Z50
CKSRYF103Z50
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF104Z25

C
C
C
C
C

76
77
78
79
80

(B,132,28)
(B,139,18)
(B,146,22)
(B,163,31)
(B,156,18)

CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50

C
C
C
C
C

81
82
96
97
98

(B,148,40)
(B,163,23)
(B,164,23)
(B,164,28)
(B,164,31)

CKSRYB224K10
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB224K10
CKSRYB224K10
CKSRYB224K10

C
C
C
C
C

101
102
103
104
105

(A,131,18)
(A,135,12)
(A,140,26)
(A,148,30)
(A,156,30)

CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16

C
C
C
C
C

106
107
108
109
110

(A,165,30)
(A,161,34)
(A,161,42)
(A,161,51)
(B,106,43) 10F

CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CCG1171

10F
22F
22F
22F

CKSRYB104K16
CCG1171
CCG1178
CCG1178
CCG1178

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

160
1

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

C
C
C
C
C

111
112
113
114
115

(B,107,40)
(B,107,35)
(B,106,28) 10F
(B,107,25)
(B,107,20)

CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYF224Z16
CCG1171
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYF224Z16

C
C
C
C
C

252
253
255
256
257

(A,90,43) 10F
(A,126,15)
(A,88,34)
(A,88,28)
(A,88,27)

CCG1171
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50

C
C
C
C
C

116
117
118
119
120

(B,119,65)
(B,107,52) 10F
(B,107,51)
(B,119,50)
(B,109,63)

CKSRYF104Z25
CCG1171
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF104Z25

C
C
C
C
C

258
259
260
261
262

(A,88,23)
(A,88,22)
(A,88,16)
(A,85,9)
(A,84,9)

CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50

C
C
C
C
C

121
122
123
124
125

(B,109,58)
(B,104,39)
(B,106,55)
(B,130,41)
(A,166,34)

CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF103Z50
CCSRCH101J50
CKSRYF104Z25

C
C
C
C
C

301
302
303
306
323

(A,141,22)
(A,149,22)
(A,142,13)
(A,120,49)
(A,108,57) 10F

CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYB334K10
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF104Z25
CCG1171

C
C
C
C
C

126
201
202
203
204

(A,166,51)
(A,124,39)
(A,119,43)
(A,118,43)
(A,122,38)

CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16

C
C
C
C
C

324
327
328
329
330

(A,97,67)
(A,98,69) 10F
(A,105,52)
(A,103,51) 10F
(A,91,61) 10F

CKSRYB104K16
CCG1171
CKSRYB104K16
CCG1171
CCG1171

C
C
C
C
C

205
206
207
208
209

(A,112,43)
(A,106,42)
(A,100,43)
(A,97,43)
(A,88,38)

CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16

C
C
C
C
C

331
332
339
341
342

(A,93,61)
(A,93,64)
(A,91,65) 10F
(A,161,19)
(A,141,15)

CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CCG1171
CCSRCH101J50
CKSRYF104Z25

C
C
C
C
C

211
213
214
215
216

(A,122,35)
(A,122,33)
(A,124,33)
(A,88,36)
(A,88,33)

CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16

C
C
C
C
C

344
345
346
347
348

(B,146,13)
(B,145,13)
(B,131,13)
(B,119,11)
(B,118,9)

CKSRYF103Z50
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF103Z50
CKSRYF103Z50
CKSRYF104Z25

C
C
C
C
C

217
220
221
222
223

(A,88,31)
(A,126,34) 10F
(A,122,30)
(A,122,27)
(A,124,9)

CKSRYB104K16
CCG1171
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB224K10

C
C
C
C
C

349
350
601
602
603

(B,97,8)
(A,94,67)
(B,54,98)
(A,35,98)
(B,44,91)

CKSRYF103Z50
CKSRYB104K16
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10

C
C
C
C
C

224
225
227
228
230

(A,122,25)
(A,124,30)
(A,88,30)
(A,88,25)
(A,127,26)

CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CCSRCH150J50

C
C
C
C
C

604
605
606
607
608

(B,46,91)
(B,44,95)
(A,35,94)
(A,37,86)
(B,57,96)

CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10
CKSRYB104K16
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10

C
C
C
C
C

231
232
233
234
235

(A,128,17)
(A,122,22)
(A,122,19)
(A,88,21)
(A,88,19)

CCSRCH120J50
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16

C
C
C
C
C

609
610
611
612
617

(B,150,133)
(A,124,90)
(B,46,93)
(A,133,87)
(B,56,89)

CKSRYB104K16
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10
CKSQYB225K10

C
C
C
C
C

237
238
239
240
241

(A,123,16)
(A,123,14)
(A,88,18)
(A,88,15)
(A,88,13)

CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16

C
C
C
C
C

620
623
624
626
630

(B,46,104)
(B,50,88)
(B,51,104)
(B,51,83)
(A,33,98)

CKSRYF104Z25
CKSSYB104K10
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSSYB103K16
CCSRCH101J50

C
C
C
C
C

242
243
244
245
246

(A,116,9)
(A,113,9)
(A,109,9)
(A,106,9)
(A,103,9)

CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16

C
C
C
C
C

636
637
638
639
640

(A,24,83)
(A,26,98)
(B,18,105)
(A,28,104)
(B,28,99)

CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF104Z25

C
C
C
C
C

247
248
249
250
251

(A,98,9)
(A,93,9)
(A,88,10) 10F
(A,108,44) 10F
(A,124,27) 10F

CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CCG1171
CCG1171
CCG1171

C
C
C
C
C

642
643
644
645
647

(B,17,100)
(B,27,97)
(A,28,121)
(A,28,112) 10F
(A,19,113) 10F

CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF104Z25
CCG1173
CCG1173

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

161
8

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

C
C
C
C
C

648
670
671
672
673

(A,48,121)
(A,39,86)
(A,35,99)
(A,35,96)
(B,41,106)

CKSRYF104Z25
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10

C
C
C
C
C

782
783
784
785
786

(A,109,121)
(A,106,116)
(A,105,121)
(B,104,119)
(A,120,116)

CKSRYB104K16
CEVW101M16
CKSRYB103K50
CKSQYB225K10
CEVW101M16

C
C
C
C
C

675
691
692
693
694

(A,138,86)
(B,157,152)
(B,157,143)
(B,160,146)
(B,159,142)

CKSSYB104K10
CKSRYB102K50
CKSRYB104K16
CKSQYB105K16
CKSQYB105K16

C
C
C
C
C

787
788
790
791
792

(A,114,116)
(B,88,105)
(B,78,117)
(B,77,115)
(B,100,122)

CEVW220M6R3
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSYF106Z10
CKSRYB104K16

C
C
C
C
C

695
696
697
698
699

(B,167,149)
(B,172,152)
(B,161,136)
(B,164,136)
(B,170,135)

CKSQYB105K16
CKSRYB102K50
CKSQYB105K16
CKSQYB105K16
CKSRYB102K50

C
C
C
C
C

793
794
795
796
797

(B,102,123)
(B,108,121)
(A,80,103)
(A,76,101)
(B,88,107) 10F

CKSYF106Z10
CKSYF106Z10
CKSQYB225K10
CKSQYB225K10
CCG1171

C
C
C
C
C

700
701
702
706
732

(B,167,135)
(B,169,135)
(B,166,135)
(B,60,151)
(B,154,144)

CKSRYB102K50
CKSRYB102K50
CKSRYB102K50
CKSRYB104K25
CKSRYB102K50

C
C
C
C
C

798
799
800
801
802

(B,109,118)
(B,75,112)
(B,96,118)
(B,29,31)
(A,30,28)

CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB103K50
CEVW101M16

C
C
C
C
C

733
734
735
736
737

(B,151,144)
(B,148,134)
(B,142,139)
(B,135,148)
(A,131,133)

CKSRYB102K50
CKSRYB102K50
CKSRYB102K50
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF104Z25

C
C
C
C
C

803
804
805
806
807

(B,26,80)
(A,42,32)
(B,50,37)
(B,63,78)
(A,65,83)

CKSQYB225K10
CEVW101M16
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
CEVW470M16

C
C
C
C
C

738
739
740
741
748

(A,128,133)
(B,133,152)
(B,135,152)
(B,138,151)
(B,86,89)

CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSSYB103K16

C
C
C
C
C

808
809
810
811
812

(B,69,79)
(A,124,134)
(A,121,129)
(A,68,72)
(A,44,81)

CKSRYF334Z16
CKSRYB103K50
CEVW101M16
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYB103K50

C
C
C
C
C

749
751
752
753
754

(B,87,92)
(B,104,96)
(B,102,96)
(B,100,96)
(B,99,94)

CKSQYB225K10
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CCSRCH5R0C50

C
C
C
C
C

813
814
815
816
817

(A,49,82)
(A,32,88)
(A,92,54)
(A,97,53)
(B,9,54)

CEVW101M16
CEVW101M16
CKSRYB103K50
CEVW101M16
CKSRYB473K50

C
C
C
C
C

755
756
757
758
761

(B,94,96)
(B,95,96)
(A,93,96)
(B,92,92)
(B,95,108)

CCSRCH470J50
CKSRYF104Z25
CEVQW470M16
CKSRYB105K6R3
CCSRCH220J50

C
C
C
C
C

818
819
820
821
822

(B,12,70)
(B,10,68)
(B,8,68)
(B,31,48)
(B,28,52)

CKSRYB103K50
CCSRCH101J50
CKSRYB224K16
CKSRYB473K50
CCSRCH101J50

C
C
C
C
C

762
763
764
765
766

(A,87,96)
(B,92,108)
(A,101,105)
(A,94,105)
(A,86,105)

CEVW100M16
CKSRYF104Z25
CEVW221M4
CEVW221M4
CEVW221M4

C
C
C
C
C

823
824
825
826
827

(B,26,52)
(B,31,69)
(B,28,65)
(B,26,64)
(B,66,49)

CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB223K50
CCSRCH101J50
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB153K50

C
C
C
C
C

767
768
769
770
771

(A,111,104)
(B,98,108)
(A,99,96)
(B,94,93)
(A,102,120)

CEVW221M4
CKSRYB105K6R3
CEVQW470M16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16

C
C
C
C
C

828
829
830
831
832

(B,63,51)
(B,61,52)
(B,66,68)
(B,63,65)
(B,61,65)

CCSRCH101J50
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB153K50
CCSRCH101J50
CKSRYB104K25

C
C
C
C
C

772
773
774
775
776

(A,99,116)
(B,85,120)
(B,92,121)
(A,96,121)
(B,106,109)

CEVW101M16
CKSQYB225K10
CKSQYB225K10
CKSRYB103K50
CKSQYB225K10

C
C
C
C
C

833
834
835
836
837

(B,13,70)
(B,16,70)
(B,20,70) 4.7F
(B,16,59)
(B,9,64)

CCSRCH330J50
CKSRYB105K10
CCG1111
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSYB475K16

C
C
C
C
C

777
778
779
780
781

(A,86,116)
(A,92,115)
(B,83,114)
(B,88,109)
(B,81,115)

CEVW101M16
CEVW220M6R3
CKSYF106Z10
CKSQYB225K10
CKSQYB225K10

C
C
C
C
C

838
839
840
841
842

(B,12,59)
(A,15,45) 220F/10V
(A,17,61) 10F
(B,25,72) 4.7F
(B,26,55)

CKSRYF474Z16
CCH1409
CCG1173
CCG1111
CKSRYB103K50

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

162
1

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

C
C
C
C
C

843
844
845
846
847

(B,26,57)
(B,26,60)
(B,26,62)
(B,64,72) 4.7F
(B,61,55)

CCSRCH470J50
CKSRYB105K10
CKSRYB103K50
CCG1111
CKSRYB103K50

C
C
C
C
C

909
910
914
916
918

(A,96,134)
(B,59,134)
(A,82,145)
(B,54,132)
(B,29,26)

CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYB104K25
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSQYB104K25
CKSRYB103K50

C
C
C
C
C

848
849
850
851
852

(B,61,56)
(B,61,59)
(B,61,62)
(A,20,57) 10F
(B,19,49) 4.7F

CCSRCH470J50
CKSRYB105K10
CKSRYB103K50
CCG1173
CCG1111

C
C
C
C
C

919
920
950
951
953

(B,70,93)
(B,118,141)
(B,19,55) 4.7F
(B,19,52) 4.7F
(B,34,49) 4.7F

CKSRYB104K25
CKSRYF104Z25
CCG1111
CCG1111
CCG1111

C
C
C
C
C

853
854
855
856
857

(B,34,53)
(B,31,52)
(B,31,64)
(B,35,64)
(B,27,46)

CKSRYF474Z16
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF474Z16
CKSYB475K16

C
C
C
C
C

954
955
956
957
958

(A,32,51)
(B,35,68)
(A,32,56)
(A,65,56)
(A,65,51)

CCG1173
CCG1111
CCG1173
CCG1173
CCG1111

C
C
C
C
C

858
859
860
861
862

(B,69,53)
(B,66,52)
(B,66,66)
(B,69,64)
(B,69,44)

CKSRYF474Z16
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF474Z16
CKSYB475K16

C
C
C
C
C

959
960
961
962
963

(A,68,56) 10F
(A,68,51) 4.7F
(A,82,150)
(A,33,95)
(B,54,149)

CCG1173
CCG1111
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB104K25

C
C
C
C
C

863
865
868
869
870

(B,77,123)
(A,27,54) 10F
(B,38,49) 4.7F
(A,49,54) 330F/6.3V
(B,39,68) 4.7F

CKSRYF104Z25
CCG1173
CCG1111
CCH1366
CCG1111

C
C
C
C
C

964
971
972
973
974

(B,54,150)
(B,16,128)
(B,17,130)
(B,8,122)
(A,13,115)

CKSRYB105K10
CKSRYB222K50
CKSRYB474K10
CKSQYB105K16
CKSQYB103K50

C
C
C
C
C

871
872
873
875
876

(A,49,63)
(A,61,55)
(A,61,52)
(B,73,68)
(A,84,54)

CCH1409
CCG1173
CCG1173
CCG1111
CCH1366

C
C
C
C
C

975
981
982
983
984

(A,19,124)
(B,74,78)
(B,71,78)
(B,75,35)
(B,73,35)

CEVQW470M16
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYF104Z25

C
C
C
C
C

877
878
879
880
881

(B,72,50) 4.7F
(A,86,65) 330F/6.3V
(A,80,127) 220F/25V
(B,87,141)
(A,82,137) 2200F

CCG1111
CCH1366
CCH1356
CKSQYB104K16
CCH1405

C
C
C
C
C

985
986
987
988
989

(B,64,35)
(B,62,35)
(A,92,82)
(A,93,82)
(A,92,84)

CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYB103K50

C
C
C
C
C

882
883
884
885
887

(A,106,130)
(B,34,88)
(A,74,83)
(A,70,91)
(A,77,88)

CEVW101M16
CKSRYB103K50
CEVW101M16
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF104Z25

C
C
C
C
C

990
2019
2404
2407
2412

(A,93,84)
(B,158,103)
(B,117,89)
(B,114,92)
(A,130,128)

CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CEVW101M16

C
C
C
C
C

888
889
890
891
892

(B,108,140)
(B,112,140)
(B,115,140)
(B,148,121)
(B,69,98)

CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYB103K50

C
C
C
C
C

2413
2414
2418
2419
2420

(B,131,136)
(B,130,125)
(B,108,105)
(B,133,136)
(B,133,125)

CKSRYB105K10
CKSRYB105K10
CKSRYB105K6R3
CCSRCH330J50
CCSRCH330J50

C
C
C
C
C

893
894
895
896
897

(A,60,103)
(B,61,105)
(B,31,88)
(A,117,136)
(A,114,129)

CEVW101M16
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB103K50
CEVW101M16

C
C
C
C
C

2421
2422
2423
2424
2425

(B,111,105)
(B,139,137)
(B,139,123)
(B,112,108)
(B,136,135)

CKSRYB103K50
CCSRCH151J50
CCSRCH151J50
CCSRCH221J50
CCSRCH330J50

C
C
C
C
C

898
899
900
901
902

(A,84,123)
(A,88,128) 220F/25V
(B,90,133)
(B,99,140)
(A,98,127)

CKSQYB104K16
CCH1356
CKSQYB104K16
CKSRYB103K50
CEVW101M16

C
C
C
C
C

2426
2431
2432
2433
2434

(B,135,125)
(B,112,113)
(B,138,130)
(A,138,127)
(B,138,134)

CCSRCH330J50
CCSRCH471J50
CKSRYF104Z25
CEVQW220M16
CKSRYB105K6R3

C
C
C
C
C

903
905
906
907
908

(A,152,128) 10000F/16V
(A,68,103)
(A,58,110)
(A,58,112)
(B,61,134)

CCH1412
CEVW101M16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB473K50
CKSRYF103Z50

C
C
C
C
C

2435
2436
2437
2441
2442

(B,138,127)
(B,119,114)
(A,151,106)
(A,144,104)
(B,138,125)

CKSRYB105K6R3
CKSRYB105K6R3
CKSRYB102K50
CKSRYB105K6R3
CKSRYB105K6R3

220F/10V
10F
10F
4.7F
330F/6.3V

10F
4.7F
10F
10F
4.7F

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

163
8

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

C
C
C
C
C

2443
2444
2445
2446
2447

(B,138,133)
(A,144,110)
(A,147,98)
(A,145,102)
(A,148,102)

CKSRYB105K6R3
CKSRYB105K6R3
CEVW470M16
CKSRYB105K6R3
CKSRYB104K16

C
C
C
C
C

2506
2507
2508
2509
2510

(A,18,130)
(B,39,141)
(B,39,139)
(A,52,130)
(A,46,138)

CEVW100M16
CKSYB475K16
CKSYB475K16
CEVW330M25
CKSRYB473K50

C
C
C
C
C

2448
2449
2450
2451
2452

(A,143,112)
(B,126,111)
(A,118,108)
(B,132,109)
(B,146,92)

CKSRYB105K6R3
CKSRYB105K6R3
CEVQW220M16
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYB105K6R3

C
C
C
C
C

2519
2552
2553
2554
2555

(B,170,117)
(A,13,143)
(A,7,143)
(A,10,143)
(A,12,145)

CKSRYF104Z25
CCSRCH150J50
CKSRYB104K16
CKSQYB225K10
CKSSYB104K10

C
C
C
C
C

2453
2456
2457
2458
2459

(A,141,97)
(A,141,117)
(A,139,97)
(A,139,117)
(A,136,97)

CKSYB475K16
CKSYB475K16
CKSYB475K16
CKSYB475K16
CKSYB475K16

C
C
C
C
C

2556
2557
2558
2603
2604

(B,131,120)
(B,130,118)
(B,137,118)
(A,162,109)
(B,159,109)

CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB103K16
CKSRYB103K50
CEVQW220M16
CKSRYB473K50

C
C
C
C
C

2460
2461
2462
2463
2464

(A,136,117)
(B,156,92)
(A,133,97)
(A,133,117)
(B,153,92)

CKSYB475K16
CKSRYB332K50
CKSYB475K16
CKSYB475K16
CKSRYB474K10

C
C
C
C
C

2605
2606
2607
2608
2609

(B,161,108)
(B,165,104)
(B,168,102)
(B,168,105)
(B,169,109)

CKSRYB473K50
CKSRYB333K50
CKSRYB105K6R3
CCSRCH471J50
CKSRYF104Z25

C
C
C
C
C

2465
2466
2467
2468
2469

(B,150,89)
(A,127,109)
(A,127,111)
(A,127,112)
(B,150,86)

CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CCSRCH100D50
CKSRYB104K16

C
C
C
C
C

2610
2611
2612
2613
2614

(A,167,109)
(B,167,100)
(B,159,118)
(B,167,117)
(B,164,114)

CEVQW220M16
CKSRYB105K6R3
CKSRYB474K10
CCSRCH471J50
CCSRCH680J50

C
C
C
C
C

2470
2471
2472
2473
2474

(A,127,95)
(B,147,83)
(A,130,115)
(B,148,86)
(A,127,97)

CCSRCH100D50
CKSRYB104K16
CCSRCH100D50
CKSRYB104K16
CCSRCH100D50

C
C
C
C
C

2615
2616
2617
2618
2621

(B,159,117)
(B,167,115)
(B,121,95)
(B,119,111)
(B,32,121)

CKSRYB105K6R3
CKSRYB105K6R3
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSSYF104Z16

C
C
C
C
C

2475
2476
2477
2478
2479

(A,129,118)
(A,127,100)
(B,136,104)
(B,136,115)
(A,158,88)

CCSRCH100D50
CCSRCH100D50
CKSRYB105K6R3
CKSRYB105K6R3
CEVW101M16

C
C
C
C
C

2637
2704
2705
2706
2707

(B,115,103)
(B,33,13)
(B,40,26)
(B,36,20)
(B,42,30)

CKSQYB105K10
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYF104Z25

C
C
C
C
C

2480
2481
2482
2483
2484

(A,124,102)
(A,150,88)
(B,155,82)
(B,137,100) 10F
(B,140,103)

CEVW100M16
CEVW101M16
CKSRYB222K50
CCG1138
CKSRYB105K6R3

C
C
C
C
C

2708
2709
2710
2711
2712

(B,40,20)
(A,36,20)
(A,39,20) (EW)
(B,40,88)
(B,36,103)

CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRB104K16
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYB102K50

C
C
C
C
C

2485
2486
2487
2488
2489

(B,141,118) 10F
(B,140,115)
(B,143,104)
(B,143,114)
(B,133,100)

CCG1138
CKSRYB105K6R3
CCSRCH101J50
CCSRCH101J50
CKSRYB104K16

C
C
C
C
C

2713
7007
7014
7015
7017

(A,43,20) (EW)
(A,68,114)
(B,117,132)
(B,121,129)
(B,115,126)

CKSRB104K16
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSYB106K6R3
CKSYB106K6R3
CCSRCK1R0C50

C
C
C
C
C

2490
2491
2492
2493
2494

(B,148,104)
(B,149,114)
(B,151,108)
(A,154,104)
(B,34,125)

CCSRCH101J50
CCSRCH101J50
CKSRYB104K16
CEVW100M16
CKSRYB105K10

C
C
C
C
C

7018
7019
7020
7021
7078

(B,121,120)
(B,112,120)
(B,114,119)
(A,125,123)
(B,85,114)

CKSRYB105K10
CKSYF106Z10
CKSRYB104K16
CCSRCH102J50
CKSRYB104K16

C
C
C
C
C

2495
2496
2497
2498
2499

(B,29,140)
(B,34,127)
(B,31,140)
(B,30,138)
(B,38,126)

CKSRYB105K10
CKSRYB105K10
CKSRYB105K10
CKSRYB105K10
CKSRYB105K10

C 7092

(B,91,115)

CKSRYB104K16

C
C
C
C
C

2500
2501
2503
2504
2505

(B,33,138)
(B,37,126)
(A,65,125) 2200F/16V
(A,72,131) 10F
(B,42,139)

CKSRYB105K10
CKSRYB105K10
CCH1405
CCG1138
CKSRYB104K25

Mother Tuner Unit


Consists of
Relay PCB
Mother PCB
Connector PCB

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

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Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

JKL
Unit Number:CWM9946(AVIC-N2/XU/UC)
Unit Name:Mother Tuner Unit
MISCELLANEOUS

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

Q 1951

(B,111,85) Transistor

2SD2098

Q
Q
Q
Q
Q

1952
2801
2831
2832
2833

(B,109,45) Transistor
(A,90,25) Transistor
(B,39,12) Transistor
(B,41,8) Transistor
(B,32,8) Transistor

2SD2098
2SC4081
DTC323TU
DTC323TU
DTC323TU

IC 1001
IC 1002
IC 1101
IC 1102
IC 1201

(A,129,43) IC
(B,106,27) IC
(A,105,116) IC
(A,113,109) IC
(A,31,118) IC

NJM2137V
TA2050FS1
HA12240FP
TA2050FS1
NJM2137V

Q
Q
Q
Q
D

2844
2845
2846
2886
1001

(B,34,12) Transistor
(B,29,12) Transistor
(B,27,8) Transistor
(B,87,26) Transistor
(B,138,10) Diode

DTC323TU
DTC323TU
DTC323TU
2SC4081
UDZS6R8(B)

IC 1301
IC 1302
IC 1352
IC 1401
IC 1402

(B,92,25) IC
(A,77,21) IC
(A,61,11) IC
(A,53,79) IC
(A,51,107) IC

TA2050FS1
NJM2137V
NJM2137V
NJM2391DL1-33
NJM4558E

D
D
D
D
D

1002
1003
1004
1005
1006

(B,138,17) Diode
(B,140,11) Diode
(B,135,15) Diode
(B,136,9) Diode
(B,140,17) Diode

UDZS6R8(B)
UDZS6R8(B)
UDZS6R8(B)
UDZS6R8(B)
UDZS6R8(B)

IC 1501
IC 1551
IC 1552
IC 1601
IC 1603

(A,76,36) IC
(A,97,43) IC
(A,71,58) IC
(A,83,81) IC
(A,83,100) IC

CXA2069Q
NJM2561F1
NJM2561F1
TC7SH04FUS1
PE5412B

D
D
D
D
D

1007
1008
1009
1010
1011

(B,133,15) Diode
(B,133,8) Diode
(B,131,15) Diode
(B,131,7) Diode
(B,129,15) Diode

UDZS6R8(B)
UDZS6R8(B)
UDZS6R8(B)
UDZS6R8(B)
UDZS6R8(B)

IC 1604
IC 1605
IC 1607
IC 1608
IC 1821

(A,94,87) IC
(A,100,90) IC
(A,92,117) IC
(A,71,95) IC
(A,18,123) IC

TC7SH08FUS1
TC7SH08FUS1
TC7SH08FUS1
TC7SH04FUS1
NJM2904M

D
D
D
D
D

1012
1013
1014
1015
1016

(B,131,23)
(B,135,22)
(B,126,23)
(B,123,22)
(B,126,16)

Diode
Diode
Diode
Diode
Diode

UMZ6R8N
MA153
UMZ6R8N
UMZ6R8N
UDZS6R8(B)

IC 1871
IC 1872
IC 1901
IC 1902
Q 1101

(A,146,80) IC
(A,153,88) IC
(A,166,84) IC
(B,164,61) IC
(A,121,108) Transistor

S-812C33AMC-C2N
S-L2980A50MC-C7J
NJM2391DL1-33
M5237ML
DTC124EU

D
D
D
D
D

1017
1018
1019
1020
1021

(B,126,9) Diode
(B,124,17) Diode
(B,122,8) Diode
(B,118,9) Diode
(B,121,18) Diode

UDZS6R8(B)
UDZS6R8(B)
UMZ6R8N
UMZ6R8N
UMZ6R8N

Q
Q
Q
Q
Q

1102
1201
1202
1551
1552

(A,120,115) Transistor
(A,135,41) Transistor
(A,136,45) Transistor
(B,80,44) Transistor
(B,67,39) Transistor

2SA1576
2SA1037K
2SC2412K
2SA1576
2SA1576

D
D
D
D
D

1022
1023
1101
1102
1103

(B,117,17) Diode
(B,128,9) Diode
(B,116,119) Diode
(B,115,132) Diode
(B,105,129) Diode

UMZ6R8N
UDZS6R8(B)
UMZ6R8N
UMZ6R8N
DAN202U

Q
Q
Q
Q
Q

1555
1556
1557
1558
1559

(B,73,51)
(B,71,46)
(A,76,57)
(B,92,48)
(B,63,50)

2SC2412K
2SC2412K
2SC2412K
2SC2412K
FMG12

D
D
D
D
D

1104
1201
1202
1203
1204

(B,105,133) Diode
(A,138,35) Diode
(A,137,49) Diode
(A,54,124) Diode
(A,56,124) Diode

DAP202U
1SS355
1SS355
HZU12(B2)
HZU12(B2)

Q
Q
Q
Q
Q

1581
1582
1583
1601
1607

(B,59,85) Transistor
(B,59,91) Transistor
(B,65,88) Transistor
(B,114,101) Transistor
(A,68,109) Transistor

2SA1037K
2SC4081
2SC4081
2SC2412K
2SC4081

D
D
D
D
D

1205
1206
1207
1208
1301

(A,43,124)
(A,49,124)
(A,32,131)
(A,35,131)
(B,108,19)

HZU12(B2)
HZU12(B2)
UMZ6R8N
UMZ6R8N
UMZ6R8N

Q
Q
Q
Q
Q

1821
1822
1871
1872
1881

(B,16,118) Transistor
(B,21,134) Transistor
(B,150,86) Transistor
(B,146,83) Transistor
(A,9,126) Transistor

DTC114EU
DTC114WK
DTC114EU
2SA1037K
DTC114EU

D
D
D
D
D

1302
1303
1304
1353
1354

(B,93,14) Diode
(B,70,12) Diode
(B,70,15) Diode
(B,50,8) Diode
(B,48,16) Diode

UMZ6R8N
UMZ6R8N
UMZ6R8N
UMZ6R8N
UMZ6R8N

Q
Q
Q
Q
Q

1901
1902
1903
1904
1905

(A,78,77) Transistor
(B,136,42) Transistor
(A,81,71) Transistor
(B,146,41) Transistor
(B,165,34) Transistor

2SA1036K
2SA1036K
DTC114EK
DTC114EK
2SB1260

D
D
D
D
D

1401
1402
1403
1551
1552

(A,51,73) Diode
(A,51,70) Diode
(A,52,66) Diode
(B,101,46) Diode
(B,69,61) Diode

1SR154-400
1SR154-400
1SR154-400
MA153
MA153

Q
Q
Q
Q

1906
1907
1908
1909

(B,158,39)
(A,172,61)
(A,173,42)
(A,173,72)

DTC114EK
2SB1629
2SD2396
2SD2396

D
D
D
D

1553
1580
1581
1582

(A,60,54)
(A,70,89)
(B,64,92)
(B,67,84)

DAP202U
MA111
DAN202U
UDZS8R2(B)

Transistor
Transistor
Transistor
Transistor
Transistor

Diode
Diode
Diode
Diode
Diode

Transistor
Transistor
Transistor
Transistor

Diode
Diode
Diode
Diode

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Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

D 1602

(B,110,102) Diode

DAN202U

L 1405

(A,56,92) Inductor

LCYA1R0J2520

D
D
D
D
D

1821
1822
1823
1824
1871

(A,9,121) Diode
(A,12,125) Diode
(A,14,125) Diode
(A,19,115) Diode
(B,140,87) Diode

S1G-6904G2P
UDZS18(B)
UDZS18(B)
1SS355
UDZS5R6(B)

L
L
L
L
L

1406
1501
1551
1552
1553

(B,59,61) Inductor
(A,81,58) Inductor
(B,82,55) Inductor
(B,90,52) Inductor
(B,103,41) Inductor

LCTAW1R0J2520
LCYA100J2520
LCTAW101J2520
LCTAW100J2520
LCTAW100J2520

D
D
D
D
D

1881
1882
1883
1884
1902

(B,10,115) Diode
(A,58,116) Diode
(B,10,126) Diode
(B,142,110) Diode
(B,168,42) Diode

UDZS18(B)
1SS355
UDZS6R8(B)
RB500V-40
HZU9R1(B3)

L
L
L
L
L

1554
1555
1601
1602
1603

(B,75,62)
(B,83,58)
(A,89,80)
(B,71,95)
(A,98,95)

LCTAW100J2520
LCTAW100J2520
CTF1379
CTF1379
CTF1379

D
D
D
D
D

1903
1950
1951
2801
2802

(B,168,71) Diode
(B,105,84) Diode
(B,114,44) Diode
(B,26,33) Diode
(B,22,35) Diode

UDZS5R6(B)
UDZS13(B)
UDZS5R6(B)
UDZS6R8(B)
UDZS6R8(B)

L
L
L
L
L

1604
1766
1821
1841
1842

(A,69,105) Inductor
(A,80,115) Inductor
(A,8,117) Inductor
(A,146,114) Inductor
(B,148,109) Inductor

CTF1379
CTF1379
CTF1306
CTF1334
CTF1334

D
D
D
D
D

2811
2812
2813
2814
2886

(B,96,36) Diode
(B,102,36) Diode
(B,76,28) Diode
(B,76,26) Diode
(B,73,35) Diode

UDZS10(B)
UDZS10(B)
UDZS5R6(B)
UDZS5R6(B)
S1G-6904G2P

L
L
L
L
L

1849
1850
1851
1852
1853

(B,156,116)
(A,161,113)
(B,150,100)
(B,140,108)
(B,132,100)

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1393
CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1306
CTF1306

D 2887
ZNR1401
L 1001
L 1002
L 1003

(B,73,32) Diode
(A,18,34) Surge Protector
(A,141,33) Inductor
(A,142,33) Inductor
(A,142,36) Inductor

S1G-6904G2P
RCCA-201Q31UA-PI
CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1334

L
L
L
L
L

1861
1862
1871
1872
1873

(B,170,106) Inductor
(B,170,96) Inductor
(B,152,79) Inductor
(A,166,90) Inductor
(B,158,88) Inductor

CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1393
CTF1393

L
L
L
L
L

1004
1005
1006
1007
1008

(A,143,36)
(A,133,31)
(A,135,31)
(A,136,31)
(A,136,33)

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1334
CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1306

L
L
L
L
L

1881
2811
2812
2813
2814

(B,10,117) Inductor
(B,98,34) Inductor
(B,99,22) Inductor
(B,42,19) Inductor
(B,41,17) Inductor

CTF1306
CTF1557
CTF1557
CTF1334
CTF1334

L
L
L
L
L

1009
1010
1011
1012
1013

(A,116,21)
(A,118,21)
(A,118,25)
(A,117,28)
(A,121,30)

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1334

L
L
L
L
L

2831
2832
2833
2834
2835

(A,36,16)
(A,20,22)
(A,23,21)
(A,33,20)
(A,23,23)

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1306

L
L
L
L
L

1014
1015
1016
1017
1018

(A,122,30)
(A,124,30)
(A,123,22)
(A,127,21)
(A,127,26)

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1382
CTF1334
CTF1382

L
L
L
L
L

2836
2851
2852
2853
2854

(A,21,21)
(B,71,21)
(B,75,21)
(B,79,20)
(B,71,19)

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1306
CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1334

L
L
L
L
L

1019
1020
1021
1022
1026

(A,128,26)
(A,130,29)
(A,132,34)
(A,128,21)
(B,122,41)

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1382
CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1399

L
L
L
L
L

2855
2856
2857
2859
2861

(B,75,19)
(B,79,18)
(B,88,11)
(A,93,17)
(B,75,23)

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1334

L
L
L
L
L

1101
1102
1103
1104
1105

(A,105,108)
(A,112,118)
(A,113,118)
(A,117,118)
(A,115,118)

LCYA2R2J2520
CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1334

L 2862
L 2886
X 1601
VR1551
>FU1202

(B,82,28) Inductor
(B,82,25) Inductor
(A,86,114) Radiator 12.58MHz
(A,96,48) Semi-xed 10k(B)
(A,44,118) Fuse 4A

CTF1334
CTF1295
CSS1601
CCP1448
CEK1288

L
L
L
L
L

1201
1301
1302
1303
1304

(A,35,113) Inductor
(B,82,26) Inductor
(B,90,18) Inductor
(B,86,12) Inductor
(B,103,18) Inductor

CTF1399
CTF1399
CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1334

>FU1703
>FU1704
>FU1951
>FU2801
Y 1401

(A,86,122) Fuse 4A
(A,68,124) Fuse 4A
(A,118,87) Fuse 2A
(A,24,20) Fuse 5A
(A,46,44) FM/AM Tuner Unit

CEK1288
CEK1288
CEK1284
CEK1289
CWE1651

L
L
L
L

1305
1351
1401
1403

(B,101,12) Inductor
(A,67,21) Inductor
(B,40,45) Inductor
(B,51,79) Inductor

CTF1334
CTF1399
LCTAW4R7J2520
LCTAW1R0J2520

GY1863
GY1865
EF1001
EF1201

(A,169,113) Sensor
(A,167,101) Sensor
(A,139,32) EMI Filter
(A,30,131) EMI Filter

CSX1078
CSX1074
CCG1082
CCG1067

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

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EF1301

(A,74,17) EMI Filter

CCG1067

EF1351
EF1701
EF1901
EF1902
EF1903

(A,52,10) EMI Filter


(A,91,125) EMI Filter
(A,157,29) EMI Filter
(A,146,39) EMI Filter
(A,152,39) EMI Filter

CCG1067
CCG1067
CCG1172
CCG1172
CCG1172

EF2801

(A,70,32) EMI Filter

CCG1067

RESISTORS
R
R
R
R
R

1001
1004
1005
1006
1007

(B,127,31)
(A,128,37)
(A,129,38)
(A,126,43)
(A,125,42)

RS1/16S750J
RS1/16S472J
RS1/16S472J
RS1/16S512J
RS1/16S102J

R
R
R
R
R

1008
1009
1010
1011
1012

(A,123,38)
(A,125,39)
(A,111,32)
(A,111,28)
(A,109,30)

RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S512J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S223J

R
R
R
R
R

1013
1014
1015
1016
1017

(A,109,29)
(A,109,32)
(A,109,27)
(A,129,48)
(A,126,49)

RS1/16S223J
RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S563J
RS1/16S473J

R
R
R
R
R

1102
1104
1105
1106
1107

(A,101,112)
(A,104,123)
(A,102,123)
(A,103,126)
(A,113,115)

RS1/16S102J
RS1/10S101J
RS1/10S101J
RS1/10S620J
RS1/16S102J

R
R
R
R
R

1108
1109
1110
1111
1112

(A,115,115)
(B,112,116)
(B,116,116)
(A,111,115)
(A,117,115)

RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S223J
RS1/16S223J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S101J

R
R
R
R
R

1113
1114
1115
1118
1119

(A,120,112)
(A,120,111)
(A,120,119)
(A,101,111)
(A,101,109)

RS1/16S332J
RS1/16S682J
RS1/10S222J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S0R0J

R
R
R
R
R

1201
1202
1203
1204
1205

(A,135,36)
(A,29,117)
(A,29,114)
(A,136,38)
(A,138,42)

RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S563J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J

R
R
R
R
R

1206
1207
1208
1209
1210

(A,138,39)
(A,136,48)
(B,29,118)
(B,31,118)
(B,35,119)

RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S512J
RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S101J

R
R
R
R
R

1211
1212
1213
1214
1215

(B,33,121)
(A,31,123)
(A,34,123)
(B,55,126)
(B,57,127)

RS1/16S512J
RS1/16S472J
RS1/16S472J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S0R0J

R
R
R
R
R

1216
1217
1218
1219
1220

(B,43,124)
(B,49,124)
(B,30,129)
(B,32,133)
(A,33,128)

RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S750J

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

R
R
R
R
R

1301
1302
1303
1304
1305

(A,82,21)
(A,80,18)
(A,85,17)
(A,99,17)
(B,86,16)

RS1/16S563J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S223J

R
R
R
R
R

1306
1307
1308
1309
1310

(B,100,15)
(B,88,18)
(B,100,19)
(B,77,20)
(B,81,20)

RS1/16S223J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S512J
RS1/16S102J

R
R
R
R
R

1311
1312
1313
1314
1315

(A,75,25)
(B,78,23)
(A,72,20)
(A,72,23)
(A,72,17)

RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S512J
RS1/16S472J
RS1/16S472J
RS1/16S103J

R
R
R
R
R

1316
1317
1351
1352
1357

(B,78,14)
(B,75,17)
(A,65,11)
(A,66,8)
(B,61,10)

RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S750J
RS1/16S563J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S512J

R
R
R
R
R

1358
1359
1360
1363
1364

(B,65,10)
(A,58,15)
(B,62,13)
(A,56,10)
(A,56,13)

RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S512J
RS1/16S472J
RS1/16S472J

R
R
R
R
R

1365
1366
1367
1402
1403

(B,52,10)
(B,51,12)
(A,53,12)
(B,47,110)
(B,49,102)

RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S750J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S0R0J

R
R
R
R
R

1404
1405
1407
1408
1409

(B,49,59)
(B,49,56)
(A,56,106)
(A,58,106)
(A,52,111)

RS1/16S681J
RS1/16S681J
RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S273J

R
R
R
R
R

1410
1412
1413
1415
1416

(B,53,102)
(A,56,110)
(A,56,108)
(B,51,107)
(B,53,109)

RS1/16S273J
RS1/16S183J
RS1/16S183J
RS1/16S753J
RS1/16S753J

R
R
R
R
R

1426
1428
1429
1431
1434

(B,49,81)
(B,49,54)
(B,49,64)
(B,49,61)
(B,41,48)

RS1/16S681J
RS1/16S681J
RS1/16S681J
RS1/16S681J
RS1/4S0R0J

R
R
R
R
R

1501
1502
1505
1506
1507

(A,63,35)
(A,61,34)
(A,91,30)
(A,88,26)
(A,91,34)

RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S562J
RS1/16S562J
RS1/16S562J

R
R
R
R
R

1508
1509
1510
1511
1512

(A,91,35)
(A,91,40)
(A,91,41)
(A,85,47)
(A,86,47)

RS1/16S562J
RS1/16S562J
RS1/16S562J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S101J

R
R
R
R
R

1551
1552
1553
1554
1555

(B,69,34)
(B,69,32)
(B,76,44)
(B,72,42)
(B,78,47)

RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S182J
RS1/16S182J
RS1/16S102J

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

167
8

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

R
R
R
R
R

1556
1557
1558
1559
1560

(B,70,39)
(B,91,45)
(B,76,57)
(B,97,50)
(B,72,58)

RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S123J
RS1/16S123J
RS1/16S103J

R
R
R
R
R

1638
1640
1641
1642
1643

(B,71,97)
(B,79,109)
(A,92,114)
(B,86,111)
(B,72,108)

RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S681J
RS1/16S681J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J

R
R
R
R
R

1561
1562
1563
1564
1565

(B,72,35)
(B,72,31)
(B,69,50)
(B,69,47)
(B,72,56)

RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S471J
RS1/16S471J
RS1/16S471J

R
R
R
R
R

1644
1647
1651
1652
1657

(B,80,111)
(B,76,109)
(B,77,116)
(B,79,116)
(B,72,110)

RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J

R
R
R
R
R

1566
1567
1568
1569
1570

(B,98,47)
(A,64,53)
(A,69,53)
(B,75,34)
(B,75,32)

RS1/16S471J
RS1/16S821J
RS1/16S821J
RS1/16S821J
RS1/16S821J

R
R
R
R
R

1658
1659
1661
1662
1663

(B,72,112)
(A,82,79)
(A,90,85)
(A,87,85)
(B,88,88)

RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S681J
RS1/16S681J
RS1/16S681J

R
R
R
R
R

1571
1572
1573
1574
1575

(B,70,53)
(B,65,53)
(A,108,39)
(A,67,55)
(A,65,68)

RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S750J
RS1/16S105J
RS1/16S750J

R
R
R
R
R

1664
1821
1822
1823
1824

(A,88,85)
(A,21,122)
(B,14,123)
(A,12,121)
(A,20,117)

RS1/16S681J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S333J
RS1/16S203J
RS1/16S822J

R
R
R
R
R

1576
1580
1581
1582
1583

(A,70,68)
(B,98,43)
(B,55,85)
(B,56,90)
(B,62,89)

RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S105J
RS1/4S821J
RS1/16S223J
RS1/16S473J

R
R
R
R
R

1825
1826
1827
1828
1829

(A,19,113)
(A,16,115)
(A,17,117)
(A,14,119)
(B,24,118)

RS1/16S202J
RS1/16S564J
RS1/16S513J
RS1/16S513J
RS1/16S102J

R
R
R
R
R

1584
1585
1586
1587
1588

(B,59,89)
(B,70,90)
(B,69,86)
(B,62,84)
(A,70,86)

RS1/16S223J
RS1/16S563J
RS1/16S223J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S101J

R
R
R
R
R

1830
1831
1832
1833
1834

(B,22,117)
(B,21,122)
(B,21,126)
(B,16,127)
(B,18,127)

RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S513J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S563J

R
R
R
R
R

1601
1602
1603
1604
1607

(B,115,105)
(B,117,101)
(B,107,102)
(B,113,105)
(A,90,81)

RS1/16S272J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S333J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S104J

R
R
R
R
R

1835
1841
1843
1861
1862

(A,20,128)
(A,160,110)
(B,144,108)
(B,165,122)
(B,164,115)

RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/10S105J
RS1/10S151J

R
R
R
R
R

1610
1611
1612
1613
1614

(A,94,83)
(A,100,87)
(A,84,85)
(B,97,109)
(A,94,89)

RS1/16S681J
RS1/16S681J
RAB4C681J
RS1/16S472J
RS1/16S681J

R
R
R
R
R

1871
1872
1873
1874
1875

(B,146,79)
(B,149,82)
(B,143,84)
(B,139,84)
(B,140,89)

RS1/10S103J
RS1/10S103J
RN1/16SE1001D
RN1/16SE1101D
RN1/16SE1001D

R
R
R
R
R

1615
1617
1618
1619
1621

(A,80,86)
(A,73,90)
(A,96,92)
(A,98,88)
(A,75,82)

RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S681J
RAB4C681J
RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S470J

R
R
R
R
R

1881
1901
1902
1903
1904

(B,10,120)
(A,78,74)
(B,141,42)
(A,78,73)
(B,144,43)

RS1/4S102J
RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S272J
RS1/16S272J

R
R
R
R
R

1622
1623
1624
1625
1626

(A,76,82)
(A,76,86)
(A,76,84)
(A,96,98)
(A,72,99)

RS1/16S470J
RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S103J
RAB4C681J
RAB4C681J

R
R
R
R
R

1905
1906
1907
1908
1909

(B,160,33)
(B,157,33)
(B,175,41)
(B,175,63)
(B,175,45)

RS1/16S153J
RS1/4S102J
RS1/10S271J
RS1/10S221J
RS1/10S271J

R
R
R
R
R

1627
1629
1630
1631
1632

(B,70,92)
(A,96,102)
(A,96,104)
(A,97,107)
(A,67,112)

RS1/16S563J
RAB4C681J
RS1/16S473J
RAB4C681J
RS1/16S473J

R
R
R
R
R

1910
1911
1912
1950
1951

(A,167,59)
(B,175,72)
(B,160,58)
(B,111,90)
(B,169,65)

RS1/10S271J
RS1/16S122J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/4S471J
RS1/16S432J

R
R
R
R
R

1633
1634
1635
1636
1637

(A,67,107)
(A,72,109)
(A,97,111)
(A,92,122)
(B,97,118)

RS1/16S473J
RAB4C681J
RAB4C681J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J

R
R
R
R
R

1952
1953
1954
2831
2832

(B,169,64)
(B,170,61)
(B,109,41)
(A,38,17)
(A,38,10)

RS1/16S222J
RS1/16S223J
RS1/16S122J
RS1/16S820J
RS1/16S820J

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

168
1

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

R
R
R
R
R

2833
2834
2835
2836
2837

(B,42,12)
(B,43,8)
(B,44,12)
(B,45,8)
(A,39,7)

RS1/16S223J
RS1/16S223J
RS1/16S471J
RS1/16S471J
RS1/16S820J

R
R
R
R
R

2838
2839
2840
2841
2842

(A,33,16)
(B,35,8)
(A,35,12)
(B,37,8)
(B,32,13)

RS1/16S820J
RS1/16S223J
RS1/16S223J
RS1/16S471J
RS1/16S471J

R
R
R
R
R

2843
2844
2845
2846
2847

(A,27,16)
(A,27,7)
(A,30,17)
(A,25,8)
(B,26,13)

RS1/16S820J
RS1/16S820J
RS1/16S223J
RS1/16S223J
RS1/16S471J

R
R
R
R
R

2848
2849
2850
2851
2852

(B,30,8)
(A,92,23)
(A,89,31)
(A,54,9)
(A,61,10)

RS1/16S471J
RS1/16SS681J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S0R0J

R
R
R
R
R

2853
2854
2855
2856
2873

(A,60,9)
(A,54,7)
(A,60,5)
(A,54,5)
(B,92,10)

RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S0R0J

R 2886
R 2887
R 2888

(B,84,28)
(B,86,29)
(B,80,28)

RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S104J
RS1/10S102J

CAPACITORS
C
C
C
C
C

1001
1002
1003
1004
1005

(B,141,26)
(B,143,26)
(B,142,11)
(B,143,17)
(B,123,26)

CCSRCH101J50
CCSRCH101J50
CCSRCH101J50
CCSRCH101J50
CCSRCH101J50

C
C
C
C
C

1006
1007
1008
1009
1010

(B,139,26)
(B,121,26)
(B,137,26)
(B,119,26)
(B,135,26)

CKSRYF104Z25
CCSRCH101J50
CKSRYF104Z25
CCSRCH101J50
CKSRYF104Z25

C
C
C
C
C

1011
1012
1013
1014
1015

(B,120,12)
(B,133,26)
(B,118,25)
(B,131,26)
(B,120,23)

CCSRCH471J50
CCSRCH101J50
CCSRCH681J50
CCSRCH101J50
CCSRCH681J50

C
C
C
C
C

1016
1017
1018
1019
1020

(B,129,26)
(B,118,14)
(B,127,26)
(A,119,18)
(B,125,26)

CCSRCH101J50
CCSRCH681J50
CCSRCH101J50
CCSRCH681J50
CCSRCH101J50

C
C
C
C
C

1022
1023
1026
1027
1028

(A,130,33)
(A,126,35)
(A,126,39)
(A,102,30)
(A,106,30)

CKSYB106K6R3
CKSYB106K6R3
CCSRCJ3R0C50
CKSRYB105K10
CKSRYB105K10

C
C
C
C

1029
1030
1031
1032

(A,106,29)
(A,106,27)
(A,129,49)
(A,122,43)

CKSRYB105K10
CKSRYB105K10
CKSRYB105K10
CEVW100M16

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

C 1033

(A,126,46)

CKSRYB104K16

C
C
C
C
C

1034
1035
1101
1102
1103

(A,101,22)
(A,107,22)
(A,103,120)
(A,110,101)
(A,116,101)

CEVW100M16
CEVW220M16
CKSRYB104K16
CEVW100M16
CEVW220M16

C
C
C
C
C

1106
1107
1108
1109
1112

(B,111,112)
(B,113,112)
(B,115,112)
(B,117,112)
(B,117,123)

CKSRYB105K10
CKSRYB105K10
CKSRYB105K10
CKSRYB105K10
CCSRCH471J50

C
C
C
C
C

1113
1117
1201
1202
1203

(B,119,121)
(B,107,123)
(A,32,114)
(A,36,117)
(A,27,114)

CCSRCH471J50
CKSRYB104K25
CKSRYB104K16
CEVW100M16
CKSRYB105K10

C
C
C
C
C

1204
1206
1208
1209
1210

(A,138,37)
(B,33,123)
(A,35,126)
(A,30,127)
(B,33,131)

CKSRYB103K50
CCSRCJ3R0C50
CKSYB106K6R3
CKSYB106K6R3
CKSRYB473K50

C
C
C
C
C

1301
1302
1303
1304
1305

(A,90,22)
(A,96,22)
(A,81,24)
(A,85,22)
(A,82,18)

CEVW100M16
CEVW220M16
CKSRYB104K16
CEVW100M16
CKSRYB105K10

C
C
C
C
C

1306
1307
1308
1309
1311

(B,86,24)
(B,86,19)
(B,96,19)
(B,96,18)
(B,77,23)

CKSRYB105K10
CKSRYB105K10
CKSRYB105K10
CKSRYB105K10
CCSRCJ3R0C50

C
C
C
C
C

1313
1314
1315
1316
1318

(B,74,22)
(A,70,19)
(B,99,8)
(B,78,16)
(B,95,8)

CKSYB106K6R3
CKSYB106K6R3
CCSRCH471J50
CKSRYB473K50
CCSRCH471J50

C
C
C
C
C

1353
1354
1355
1361
1363

(A,65,13)
(A,64,17)
(A,64,8)
(B,61,13)
(A,54,15)

CKSRYB104K16
CEVW100M16
CKSRYB105K10
CCSRCJ3R0C50
CKSYB106K6R3

C
C
C
C
C

1364
1365
1401
1402
1404

(A,53,7)
(B,51,14)
(B,46,107)
(B,50,100)
(B,50,88)

CKSYB106K6R3
CKSRYB473K50
CKSQYB225K10
CKSQYB225K10
CKSYB475K16

C
C
C
C
C

1405
1407
1408
1410
1411

(B,42,79)
(B,42,88)
(B,42,51)
(A,51,92)
(A,53,49)

CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
CEVW470M6R3
CEVW221M16

C
C
C
C
C

1415
1418
1423
1424
1425

(B,57,63)
(A,57,100)
(A,51,85)
(A,56,83)
(B,51,105)

CKSRYB103K50
CEVW100M16
CEVW220M16
CKSRYB103K50
CCSRCH6R0D50

C
C
C
C

1427
1429
1430
1431

(B,53,111)
(A,55,104)
(A,56,74)
(A,51,101)

CCSRCH6R0D50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB104K16
CEVW100M16

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

169
8

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

C 1442

(A,53,60)

CEVW221M16

C 1623

(B,111,105)

CKSRYB103K50

C
C
C
C
C

1501
1504
1505
1506
1507

(A,62,30)
(A,79,25)
(A,95,29)
(A,90,28)
(A,60,47)

CKSQYB105K16
CKSQYB105K16
CKSQYB105K16
CKSQYB105K16
CKSQYB105K16

C
C
C
C
C

1821
1822
1823
1824
1825

(A,11,118)
(B,17,124)
(B,17,122)
(A,14,117)
(B,23,122)

CKSRYB823K16
CKSRYB104K25
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB102K50

C
C
C
C
C

1508
1509
1510
1511
1512

(A,60,45)
(A,91,32)
(A,95,35)
(A,95,37)
(A,94,41)

CKSQYB105K16
CKSQYB105K16
CKSQYB105K16
CKSQYB105K16
CKSQYB105K16

C
C
C
C
C

1826
1862
1863
1864
1865

(A,21,119)
(B,161,122)
(B,163,111)
(B,168,98)
(A,166,94)

CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYB103K50
CKSYB106K6R3
CKSRYB104K25
CCSRCH102J50

C
C
C
C
C

1513
1514
1515
1516
1517

(A,90,44)
(A,92,44)
(A,78,47)
(A,82,52)
(A,61,40)

CKSQYB105K16
CKSQYB105K16
CKSRYB103K50
CEVW220M16
CEVW100M16

C
C
C
C
C

1866
1867
1871
1872
1873

(A,173,96)
(A,174,107)
(B,161,87)
(A,146,77)
(A,147,77)

CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB105K10
CKSRYF103Z50
CKSRYB104K25
CKSRYB334K10

C
C
C
C
C

1551
1552
1553
1554
1555

(B,91,43)
(B,79,35)
(B,79,31)
(B,76,48)
(B,74,46)

CCSRCH7R0D50
CKSRYB222K50
CKSRYB222K50
CKSRYB222K50
CKSRYB222K50

C
C
C
C
C

1874
1875
1876
1877
1878

(A,163,90)
(A,153,79)
(A,140,78)
(A,154,91)
(A,150,88)

CKSRYF103Z50
CEVW101M16
CEVW470M16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYF104Z25

C
C
C
C
C

1556
1557
1558
1559
1560

(B,76,56)
(A,92,54)
(B,77,52)
(B,75,36)
(B,75,30)

CCSRCJ3R0C50
CEVW101M16
CKSRYB103K50
CKSQYB225K10
CKSQYB225K10

C
C
C
C
C

1879
1880
1881
1882
1901

(A,156,91)
(A,144,77)
(B,10,123)
(A,146,88)
(A,158,36)

CKSRYB474K10
CKSRYB104K25
CKSRYB104K25
CEVW470M16
CEVW101M16

C
C
C
C
C

1561
1562
1563
1564
1565

(A,70,49)
(A,65,49)
(B,96,45)
(A,71,56)
(A,98,40)

CEVW100M16
CEVW100M16
CKSYB475K16
CKSYB475K16
CKSRYB103K50

C
C
C
C
C

1902
1903
1904
1905
1906

(A,145,46)
(A,78,80)
(B,132,41)
(A,143,40)
(A,161,30)

CEVW101M16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K25
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50

C
C
C
C
C

1566
1567
1568
1569
1570

(A,74,60)
(A,103,35)
(A,75,65)
(A,102,48)
(A,103,42)

CKSRYB103K50
CEVW470M16
CEVW470M16
CEVW330M10
CEVW101M4

C
C
C
C
C

1907
1908
1910
1911
1912

(B,170,34)
(A,166,31)
(A,166,45)
(B,168,61)
(B,169,44)

CKSRYB103K50
CEVW101M16
CEVW101M16
CKSRYB104K25
CKSRYB103K50

C
C
C
C
C

1571
1572
1575
1576
1577

(A,63,64)
(A,69,64)
(B,80,47)
(B,67,42)
(A,76,51)

CEVW330M10
CEVW101M4
CKSRYB104K25
CKSRYB104K25
CEVW101M16

C
C
C
C
C

1913
1914
1915
1916
1917

(B,170,56)
(B,169,39)
(A,166,53)
(A,166,38)
(A,155,46)

CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
CEVW101M16
CEVW101M16
CEVW101M16

C
C
C
C
C

1580
1601
1602
1603
1604

(A,61,88) 22F
(B,119,101)
(A,81,82)
(A,91,120)
(A,84,76)

CCG1183
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB103K50
CEVW100M16

C
C
C
C
C

1918
1919
1920
1921
1922

(A,155,41)
(A,165,74)
(B,169,73)
(B,169,69)
(A,173,84)

CKSRYB103K50
CEVW101M16
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB104K16

C
C
C
C
C

1605
1606
1607
1610
1611

(A,87,79)
(A,94,120)
(A,87,81)
(A,73,93)
(A,95,95)

CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB222K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB102K50
CKSRYB102K50

C
C
C
C
C

1923
1924
1925
1950
1951

(A,166,65)
(A,173,86)
(A,172,91)
(A,122,94)
(B,108,85)

CEVW470M16
CKSRYB103K50
CEVW220M16
CEVW101M16
CKSRYB103K50

C
C
C
C
C

1612
1613
1614
1615
1616

(A,72,106)
(A,82,113)
(B,84,111)
(A,90,115)
(A,70,93)

CKSRYB102K50
CKSRYB102K50
CKSRYB105K10
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB104K16

C
C
C
C
C

1952
1953
1954
1955
1956

(B,115,86)
(A,127,87)
(A,113,39)
(B,112,44)
(B,104,44)

CKSRYB103K50
CEVW101M16
CEVW101M16
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50

C
C
C
C

1619
1620
1621
1622

(A,102,90)
(A,96,86)
(A,94,117)
(B,112,98)

CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB103K50

C
C
C
C

1957
2813
2814
2831

(A,111,47)
(B,23,31)
(B,18,32)
(A,38,20)

CEVW101M16
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF104Z25
CEVW100M16

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

170
1

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

C 2832

(A,39,13)

CEVW100M16

Q 1402

(B,51,41) Transistor

2SC3127

C
C
C
C
C

2833
2834
2837
2838
2839

(B,42,15)
(B,44,6)
(A,44,7)
(A,29,20)
(B,35,5)

CKSRYB222K50
CKSRYB222K50
CEVW100M16
CEVW100M16
CKSRYB222K50

Q
Q
Q
Q
Q

1403
1404
1405
1406
1551

(B,67,106) Transistor
(B,67,103) Transistor
(B,82,86) Transistor
(B,67,99) Transistor
(B,80,44) Transistor

DTC124EU
DTC124EU
DTC124EU
DTC124EU
2SA1576

C
C
C
C
C

2840
2843
2844
2845
2846

(B,33,15)
(A,29,13)
(A,34,7)
(B,28,15)
(B,28,5)

CKSRYB222K50
CEVW100M16
CEVW100M16
CKSRYB222K50
CKSRYB222K50

Q
Q
Q
Q
Q

1552
1555
1556
1557
1558

(B,67,39)
(B,73,51)
(B,71,46)
(A,76,57)
(B,92,48)

2SA1576
2SC2412K
2SC2412K
2SC2412K
2SC2412K

C
C
C
C
C

2849
2851
2879
2880
2886

(A,92,24)
(B,23,33)
(A,96,21)
(A,73,40)
(B,89,25)

CKSSYB102K50
CKSRYF103Z50
CEVW470M16
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF104Z25

Q
Q
Q
Q
Q

1559
1581
1582
1583
1601

(B,63,50) Transistor
(B,59,85) Transistor
(B,59,91) Transistor
(B,65,88) Transistor
(B,114,101) Transistor

FMG12
2SA1037K
2SC4081
2SC4081
2SC2412K

C 2887

(B,20,32)

CKSRYF104Z25

Q
Q
Q
Q
Q

1607
1801
1802
1803
1821

(A,68,109)
(B,149,65)
(B,132,75)
(B,137,75)
(B,16,118)

Transistor
Transistor
Transistor
Transistor
Transistor

2SC4081
2SC3545
DTC144EK
DTC144EK
DTC114EU

Q
Q
Q
Q
Q

1822
1871
1872
1881
1901

(B,21,134) Transistor
(B,150,86) Transistor
(B,146,83) Transistor
(A,9,126) Transistor
(A,78,77) Transistor

DTC114WK
DTC114EU
2SA1037K
DTC114EU
2SA1036K

Q
Q
Q
Q
Q

1902
1903
1904
1905
1906

(B,136,42) Transistor
(A,81,71) Transistor
(B,146,41) Transistor
(B,165,34) Transistor
(B,158,39) Transistor

2SA1036K
DTC114EK
DTC114EK
2SB1260
DTC114EK

Q
Q
Q
Q
Q

1907
1908
1909
1951
1952

(A,172,61)
(A,173,42)
(A,173,72)
(B,111,85)
(B,109,45)

2SB1629
2SD2396
2SD2396
2SD2098
2SD2098

Q
Q
Q
Q
Q

2801
2831
2832
2833
2844

(A,90,25) Transistor
(B,39,12) Transistor
(B,41,8) Transistor
(B,32,8) Transistor
(B,34,12) Transistor

2SC4081
DTC323TU
DTC323TU
DTC323TU
DTC323TU

Q
Q
Q
D
D

2845
2846
2886
1001
1002

(B,29,12) Transistor
(B,27,8) Transistor
(B,87,26) Transistor
(B,138,10) Diode
(B,138,17) Diode

DTC323TU
DTC323TU
2SC4081
UDZS6R8(B)
UDZS6R8(B)

D
D
D
D
D

1003
1004
1005
1006
1007

(B,140,11) Diode
(B,135,15) Diode
(B,136,9) Diode
(B,140,17) Diode
(B,133,15) Diode

UDZS6R8(B)
UDZS6R8(B)
UDZS6R8(B)
UDZS6R8(B)
UDZS6R8(B)

D
D
D
D
D

1008
1009
1010
1011
1012

(B,133,8) Diode
(B,131,15) Diode
(B,131,7) Diode
(B,129,15) Diode
(B,131,23) Diode

UDZS6R8(B)
UDZS6R8(B)
UDZS6R8(B)
UDZS6R8(B)
UMZ6R8N

D
D
D
D

1013
1014
1015
1016

(B,135,22)
(B,126,23)
(B,123,22)
(B,126,16)

MA153
UMZ6R8N
UMZ6R8N
UDZS6R8(B)

Mother Tuner Unit


Consists of
Relay PCB
Mother PCB
Connector PCB

JKL
Unit Number:CWM9945(AVIC-X1R/XU/EW)
Unit Name:Mother Tuner Unit
MISCELLANEOUS
IC 1001
IC 1002
IC 1101
IC 1102
IC 1201

(A,129,43) IC
(B,106,27) IC
(A,105,116) IC
(A,113,109) IC
(A,31,118) IC

NJM2137V
TA2050FS1
HA12240FP
TA2050FS1
NJM2137V

IC 1301
IC 1302
IC 1352
IC 1401
IC 1402

(B,92,25) IC
(A,77,21) IC
(A,61,11) IC
(A,53,79) IC
(A,51,107) IC

TA2050FS1
NJM2137V
NJM2137V
NJM2391DL1-33
NJM4558E

IC 1501
IC 1551
IC 1552
IC 1601
IC 1603

(A,76,36) IC
(A,97,43) IC
(A,71,58) IC
(A,83,81) IC
(A,83,100) IC

CXA2069Q
NJM2561F1
NJM2561F1
TC7SH04FUS1
PE5411B

IC 1604
IC 1605
IC 1607
IC 1608
IC 1821

(A,94,87) IC
(A,100,90) IC
(A,92,117) IC
(A,71,95) IC
(A,18,123) IC

TC7SH08FUS1
TC7SH08FUS1
TC7SH08FUS1
TC7SH04FUS1
NJM2904M

IC 1871
IC 1872
IC 1901
IC 1902
Q 1101

(A,146,80) IC
(A,153,88) IC
(A,166,84) IC
(B,164,61) IC
(A,121,108) Transistor

S-812C33AMC-C2N
S-L2980A50MC-C7J
NJM2391DL1-33
M5237ML
DTC124EU

Q
Q
Q
Q

(A,120,115) Transistor
(A,135,41) Transistor
(A,136,45) Transistor
(A,38,33) Transistor

2SA1576
2SA1037K
2SC2412K
2SC3357

1102
1201
1202
1401

Transistor
Transistor
Transistor
Transistor
Transistor

Transistor
Transistor
Transistor
Transistor
Transistor

Diode
Diode
Diode
Diode

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

171
8

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

D 1017

(B,126,9) Diode

UDZS6R8(B)

L 1003

(A,142,36) Inductor

CTF1334

D
D
D
D
D

1018
1019
1020
1021
1022

(B,124,17) Diode
(B,122,8) Diode
(B,118,9) Diode
(B,121,18) Diode
(B,117,17) Diode

UDZS6R8(B)
UMZ6R8N
UMZ6R8N
UMZ6R8N
UMZ6R8N

L
L
L
L
L

1004
1005
1006
1007
1008

(A,143,36)
(A,133,31)
(A,135,31)
(A,136,31)
(A,136,33)

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1334
CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1306

D
D
D
D
D

1023
1101
1102
1103
1104

(B,128,9) Diode
(B,116,119) Diode
(B,115,132) Diode
(B,105,129) Diode
(B,105,133) Diode

UDZS6R8(B)
UMZ6R8N
UMZ6R8N
DAN202U
DAP202U

L
L
L
L
L

1009
1010
1011
1012
1013

(A,116,21)
(A,118,21)
(A,118,25)
(A,117,28)
(A,121,30)

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1334

D
D
D
D
D

1201
1202
1203
1204
1205

(A,138,35)
(A,137,49)
(A,54,124)
(A,56,124)
(A,43,124)

Diode
Diode
Diode
Diode
Diode

1SS355
1SS355
HZU12(B2)
HZU12(B2)
HZU12(B2)

L
L
L
L
L

1014
1015
1016
1017
1018

(A,122,30)
(A,124,30)
(A,123,22)
(A,127,21)
(A,127,26)

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1382
CTF1334
CTF1382

D
D
D
D
D

1206
1207
1208
1301
1302

(A,49,124) Diode
(A,32,131) Diode
(A,35,131) Diode
(B,108,19) Diode
(B,93,14) Diode

HZU12(B2)
UMZ6R8N
UMZ6R8N
UMZ6R8N
UMZ6R8N

L
L
L
L
L

1019
1020
1021
1022
1026

(A,128,26)
(A,130,29)
(A,132,34)
(A,128,21)
(B,122,41)

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1382
CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1399

D
D
D
D
D

1303
1304
1353
1354
1401

(B,70,12) Diode
(B,70,15) Diode
(B,50,8) Diode
(B,48,16) Diode
(A,51,73) Diode

UMZ6R8N
UMZ6R8N
UMZ6R8N
UMZ6R8N
1SR154-400

L
L
L
L
L

1101
1102
1103
1104
1105

(A,105,108)
(A,112,118)
(A,113,118)
(A,117,118)
(A,115,118)

D
D
D
D
D

1402
1403
1551
1552
1553

(A,51,70) Diode
(A,52,66) Diode
(B,101,46) Diode
(B,69,61) Diode
(A,60,54) Diode

1SR154-400
1SR154-400
MA153
MA153
DAP202U

L
L
L
L
L

1201
1301
1302
1303
1304

(A,35,113) Inductor
(B,82,26) Inductor
(B,90,18) Inductor
(B,86,12) Inductor
(B,103,18) Inductor

CTF1399
CTF1399
CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1334

D
D
D
D
D

1580
1581
1582
1602
1801

(A,70,89) Diode
(B,64,92) Diode
(B,67,84) Diode
(B,110,102) Diode
(B,124,76) Diode

MA111
DAN202U
UDZS8R2(B)
DAN202U
HZU3R3(B1)

L
L
L
L
L

1305
1351
1401
1402
1403

(B,101,12) Inductor
(A,67,21) Inductor
(B,40,45) Inductor
(A,28,33) Inductor
(B,51,79) Inductor

CTF1334
CTF1399
LCTAW4R7J2520
LCYAR12J2520
LCTAW1R0J2520

D
D
D
D
D

1821
1822
1823
1824
1871

(A,9,121) Diode
(A,12,125) Diode
(A,14,125) Diode
(A,19,115) Diode
(B,140,87) Diode

S1G-6904G2P
UDZS18(B)
UDZS18(B)
1SS355
UDZS5R6(B)

L
L
L
L
L

1404
1405
1406
1407
1408

(A,32,36)
(A,56,92)
(B,59,61)
(A,44,34)
(B,51,51)

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Coil
Inductor

LCTCR10K2125
LCYA1R0J2520
LCTAW1R0J2520
CTC1143
LCTCR10K2125

D
D
D
D
D

1881
1882
1883
1884
1902

(B,10,115) Diode
(A,58,116) Diode
(B,10,126) Diode
(B,142,110) Diode
(B,168,42) Diode

UDZS18(B)
1SS355
UDZS6R8(B)
RB500V-40
HZU9R1(B3)

L
L
L
L
L

1409
1410
1411
1412
1413

(B,55,44)
(B,55,52)
(A,39,27)
(B,38,23)
(A,49,26)

Inductor
Inductor
Coil
Inductor
Coil

LCTCR18K2125
LCTAW101J2520
CTC1142
LCTAW101J2520
CTC1139

D
D
D
D
D

1903
1950
1951
2801
2802

(B,168,71) Diode
(B,105,84) Diode
(B,114,44) Diode
(B,26,33) Diode
(B,22,35) Diode

UDZS5R6(B)
UDZS13(B)
UDZS5R6(B)
UDZS6R8(B)
UDZS6R8(B)

L
L
L
L
L

1501
1551
1552
1553
1554

(A,81,58) Inductor
(B,82,55) Inductor
(B,90,52) Inductor
(B,103,41) Inductor
(B,75,62) Inductor

LCYA100J2520
LCTAW101J2520
LCTAW100J2520
LCTAW100J2520
LCTAW100J2520

D
D
D
D
D

2811
2812
2813
2814
2886

(B,96,36) Diode
(B,102,36) Diode
(B,76,28) Diode
(B,76,26) Diode
(B,73,35) Diode

UDZS10(B)
UDZS10(B)
UDZS5R6(B)
UDZS5R6(B)
S1G-6904G2P

L
L
L
L
L

1555
1601
1602
1603
1604

(B,83,58) Inductor
(A,89,80) Inductor
(B,71,95) Inductor
(A,98,95) Inductor
(A,69,105) Inductor

LCTAW100J2520
CTF1379
CTF1379
CTF1379
CTF1379

(B,73,32) Diode
(A,18,34) Surge Protector
(A,141,33) Inductor
(A,142,33) Inductor

S1G-6904G2P
RCCA-201Q31UA-PI
CTF1334
CTF1334

L
L
L
L

1766
1801
1802
1803

(A,80,115)
(B,143,67)
(B,133,67)
(B,115,77)

CTF1379
LCTCR22K2125
LCTAW1R0J2520
LCTAW2R2J2520

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

LCYA2R2J2520
CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1334

D 2887
ZNR1401
L 1001
L 1002

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

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Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

L 1804

(B,121,73) Inductor

LCTAW1R0J2520

EF1902

(A,146,39) EMI Filter

CCG1172

L
L
L
L
L

1821
1841
1842
1843
1844

(A,8,117) Inductor
(A,146,114) Inductor
(B,148,109) Inductor
(A,147,107) Inductor
(A,147,105) Inductor

CTF1306
CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1334

EF1903
EF2801

(A,152,39) EMI Filter


(A,70,32) EMI Filter

CCG1172
CCG1067

L
L
L
L
L

1845
1846
1847
1848
1849

(B,148,106) Inductor
(B,148,104) Inductor
(A,147,98) Inductor
(A,155,96) Inductor
(B,156,116) Inductor

CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1393
CTF1393
CTF1393

L
L
L
L
L

1850
1851
1852
1853
1861

(A,161,113)
(B,150,100)
(B,140,108)
(B,132,100)
(B,170,106)

CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1334

L
L
L
L
L

1862
1871
1872
1873
1874

(B,170,96)
(B,152,79)
(A,166,90)
(B,158,88)
(B,128,68)

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1393
CTF1393
CTF1557

L
L
L
L
L

1881
2811
2812
2813
2814

(B,10,117) Inductor
(B,98,34) Inductor
(B,99,22) Inductor
(B,42,19) Inductor
(B,41,17) Inductor

CTF1306
CTF1557
CTF1557
CTF1334
CTF1334

L
L
L
L
L

2831
2832
2833
2834
2835

(A,36,16)
(A,20,22)
(A,23,21)
(A,33,20)
(A,23,23)

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1306

L
L
L
L
L

2836
2851
2852
2853
2854

(A,21,21)
(B,71,21)
(B,75,21)
(B,79,20)
(B,71,19)

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1306
CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1334

L
L
L
L
L

2855
2856
2857
2859
2861

(B,75,19)
(B,79,18)
(B,88,11)
(A,93,17)
(B,75,23)

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1334
CTF1334

(B,82,28) Inductor
(B,82,25) Inductor
(A,86,114) Radiator 12.58MHz
(A,96,48) Semi-xed 10k(B)
(A,44,118) Fuse 4A

CTF1334
CTF1295
CSS1601
CCP1448
CEK1288

L 2862
L 2886
X 1601
VR1551
>FU1202

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

>FU1703
>FU1704
>FU1951
>FU2801
GY1865

(A,86,122) Fuse 4A
(A,68,124) Fuse 4A
(A,118,87) Fuse 2A
(A,24,20) Fuse 5A
(A,167,101) Sensor

CEK1288
CEK1288
CEK1284
CEK1289
CSX1074

GY1863
Y 1801
Y 1401
EF1001
EF1201

(A,169,113) Sensor
(A,124,70) Tuner Unit
(A,46,44) FM/AM Tuner Unit
(A,139,32) EMI Filter
(A,30,131) EMI Filter

CSX1078
CWE1674
CWE1650
CCG1082
CCG1067

EF1301
EF1351
EF1701
EF1901

(A,74,17) EMI Filter


(A,52,10) EMI Filter
(A,91,125) EMI Filter
(A,157,29) EMI Filter

CCG1067
CCG1067
CCG1067
CCG1172

RESISTORS
R
R
R
R
R

1001
1004
1005
1006
1007

(B,127,31)
(A,128,37)
(A,129,38)
(A,126,43)
(A,125,42)

RS1/16S750J
RS1/16S472J
RS1/16S472J
RS1/16S512J
RS1/16S102J

R
R
R
R
R

1008
1009
1010
1011
1012

(A,123,38)
(A,125,39)
(A,111,32)
(A,111,28)
(A,109,30)

RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S512J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S223J

R
R
R
R
R

1013
1014
1015
1016
1017

(A,109,29)
(A,109,32)
(A,109,27)
(A,129,48)
(A,126,49)

RS1/16S223J
RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S563J
RS1/16S473J

R
R
R
R
R

1102
1104
1105
1106
1107

(A,101,112)
(A,104,123)
(A,102,123)
(A,103,126)
(A,113,115)

RS1/16S102J
RS1/10S101J
RS1/10S101J
RS1/10S620J
RS1/16S102J

R
R
R
R
R

1108
1109
1110
1111
1112

(A,115,115)
(B,112,116)
(B,116,116)
(A,111,115)
(A,117,115)

RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S223J
RS1/16S223J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S101J

R
R
R
R
R

1113
1114
1115
1118
1119

(A,120,112)
(A,120,111)
(A,120,119)
(A,101,111)
(A,101,109)

RS1/16S332J
RS1/16S682J
RS1/10S222J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S0R0J

R
R
R
R
R

1201
1202
1203
1204
1205

(A,135,36)
(A,29,117)
(A,29,114)
(A,136,38)
(A,138,42)

RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S563J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J

R
R
R
R
R

1206
1207
1208
1209
1210

(A,138,39)
(A,136,48)
(B,29,118)
(B,31,118)
(B,35,119)

RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S512J
RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S101J

R
R
R
R
R

1211
1212
1213
1214
1215

(B,33,121)
(A,31,123)
(A,34,123)
(B,55,126)
(B,57,127)

RS1/16S512J
RS1/16S472J
RS1/16S472J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S0R0J

R
R
R
R
R

1216
1217
1218
1219
1220

(B,43,124)
(B,49,124)
(B,30,129)
(B,32,133)
(A,33,128)

RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S750J

R
R
R
R

1301
1302
1303
1304

(A,82,21)
(A,80,18)
(A,85,17)
(A,99,17)

RS1/16S563J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S102J

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Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

R 1305

(B,86,16)

RS1/16S223J

R 1506

(A,88,26)

RS1/16S562J

R
R
R
R
R

1306
1307
1308
1309
1310

(B,100,15)
(B,88,18)
(B,100,19)
(B,77,20)
(B,81,20)

RS1/16S223J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S512J
RS1/16S102J

R
R
R
R
R

1507
1508
1509
1510
1511

(A,91,34)
(A,91,35)
(A,91,40)
(A,91,41)
(A,85,47)

RS1/16S562J
RS1/16S562J
RS1/16S562J
RS1/16S562J
RS1/16S101J

R
R
R
R
R

1311
1312
1313
1314
1315

(A,75,25)
(B,78,23)
(A,72,20)
(A,72,23)
(A,72,17)

RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S512J
RS1/16S472J
RS1/16S472J
RS1/16S103J

R
R
R
R
R

1512
1551
1552
1553
1554

(A,86,47)
(B,69,34)
(B,69,32)
(B,76,44)
(B,72,42)

RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S182J
RS1/16S182J

R
R
R
R
R

1316
1317
1351
1352
1357

(B,78,14)
(B,75,17)
(A,65,11)
(A,66,8)
(B,61,10)

RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S750J
RS1/16S563J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S512J

R
R
R
R
R

1555
1556
1557
1558
1559

(B,78,47)
(B,70,39)
(B,91,45)
(B,76,57)
(B,97,50)

RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S123J
RS1/16S123J

R
R
R
R
R

1358
1359
1360
1363
1364

(B,65,10)
(A,58,15)
(B,62,13)
(A,56,10)
(A,56,13)

RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S512J
RS1/16S472J
RS1/16S472J

R
R
R
R
R

1560
1561
1562
1563
1564

(B,72,58)
(B,72,35)
(B,72,31)
(B,69,50)
(B,69,47)

RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S471J
RS1/16S471J

R
R
R
R
R

1365
1366
1367
1401
1402

(B,52,10)
(B,51,12)
(A,53,12)
(A,25,33)
(B,47,110)

RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S750J
RS1/16S105J
RS1/16S0R0J

R
R
R
R
R

1565
1566
1567
1568
1569

(B,72,56)
(B,98,47)
(A,64,53)
(A,69,53)
(B,75,34)

RS1/16S471J
RS1/16S471J
RS1/16S821J
RS1/16S821J
RS1/16S821J

R
R
R
R
R

1403
1404
1405
1406
1407

(B,49,102)
(B,49,59)
(B,49,56)
(B,43,32)
(A,56,106)

RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S681J
RS1/16S681J
RS1/16S821J
RS1/16S103J

R
R
R
R
R

1570
1571
1572
1573
1574

(B,75,32)
(B,70,53)
(B,65,53)
(A,108,39)
(A,67,55)

RS1/16S821J
RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S750J
RS1/16S105J

R
R
R
R
R

1408
1409
1410
1411
1412

(A,58,106)
(A,52,111)
(B,53,102)
(B,47,34)
(A,56,110)

RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S273J
RS1/16S273J
RS1/16S330J
RS1/16S183J

R
R
R
R
R

1575
1576
1580
1581
1582

(A,65,68)
(A,70,68)
(B,98,43)
(B,55,85)
(B,56,90)

RS1/16S750J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S105J
RS1/4S821J
RS1/16S223J

R
R
R
R
R

1413
1414
1415
1416
1417

(A,56,108)
(B,55,46)
(B,51,107)
(B,53,109)
(B,55,42)

RS1/16S183J
RS1/16S151J
RS1/16S753J
RS1/16S753J
RS1/16S681J

R
R
R
R
R

1583
1584
1585
1586
1587

(B,62,89)
(B,59,89)
(B,70,90)
(B,69,86)
(B,62,84)

RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S223J
RS1/16S563J
RS1/16S223J
RS1/16S473J

R
R
R
R
R

1418
1419
1420
1421
1422

(B,55,38)
(B,41,29)
(B,50,36)
(B,53,36)
(B,50,23)

RS1/16S152J
RS1/16S332J
RS1/16S680J
RS1/16S151J
RS1/16S151J

R
R
R
R
R

1588
1601
1602
1603
1604

(A,70,86)
(B,115,105)
(B,117,101)
(B,107,102)
(B,113,105)

RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S272J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S333J
RS1/16S473J

R
R
R
R
R

1423
1424
1425
1426
1427

(B,46,26)
(B,53,22)
(B,72,100)
(B,49,81)
(B,86,85)

RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S680J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S681J
RS1/16S473J

R
R
R
R
R

1607
1610
1611
1612
1613

(A,90,81)
(A,94,83)
(A,100,87)
(A,84,85)
(B,97,109)

RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S681J
RS1/16S681J
RAB4C681J
RS1/16S472J

R
R
R
R
R

1428
1429
1430
1431
1432

(B,49,54)
(B,49,64)
(B,49,66)
(B,49,61)
(B,72,102)

RS1/16S681J
RS1/16S681J
RS1/16S681J
RS1/16S681J
RS1/16S473J

R
R
R
R
R

1614
1615
1617
1618
1619

(A,94,89)
(A,80,86)
(A,73,90)
(A,96,92)
(A,98,88)

RS1/16S681J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S681J
RAB4C681J
RS1/16S104J

R
R
R
R

1433
1501
1502
1505

(B,71,106)
(A,63,35)
(A,61,34)
(A,91,30)

RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S562J

R
R
R
R

1621
1622
1623
1624

(A,75,82)
(A,76,82)
(A,76,86)
(A,76,84)

RS1/16S470J
RS1/16S470J
RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S103J

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

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Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

R 1625

(A,96,98)

RAB4C681J

R 1881

(B,10,120)

RS1/4S102J

R
R
R
R
R

1626
1627
1628
1629
1630

(A,72,99)
(B,70,92)
(A,71,103)
(A,96,102)
(A,96,104)

RAB4C681J
RS1/16S563J
RAB4C681J
RAB4C681J
RS1/16S473J

R
R
R
R
R

1901
1902
1903
1904
1905

(A,78,74)
(B,141,42)
(A,78,73)
(B,144,43)
(B,160,33)

RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S272J
RS1/16S272J
RS1/16S153J

R
R
R
R
R

1631
1632
1633
1634
1635

(A,97,107)
(A,67,112)
(A,67,107)
(A,72,109)
(A,97,111)

RAB4C681J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RAB4C681J
RAB4C681J

R
R
R
R
R

1906
1907
1908
1909
1910

(B,157,33)
(B,175,41)
(B,175,63)
(B,175,45)
(A,167,59)

RS1/4S102J
RS1/10S271J
RS1/10S221J
RS1/10S271J
RS1/10S271J

R
R
R
R
R

1636
1637
1638
1640
1641

(A,92,122)
(B,97,118)
(B,71,97)
(B,79,109)
(A,92,114)

RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S681J
RS1/16S681J

R
R
R
R
R

1911
1912
1950
1951
1952

(B,175,72)
(B,160,58)
(B,111,90)
(B,169,65)
(B,169,64)

RS1/16S122J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/4S471J
RS1/16S432J
RS1/16S222J

R
R
R
R
R

1642
1643
1644
1647
1651

(B,86,111)
(B,72,108)
(B,80,111)
(B,76,109)
(B,77,116)

RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J

R
R
R
R
R

1953
1954
2831
2832
2833

(B,170,61)
(B,109,41)
(A,38,17)
(A,38,10)
(B,42,12)

RS1/16S223J
RS1/16S122J
RS1/16S820J
RS1/16S820J
RS1/16S223J

R
R
R
R
R

1652
1657
1658
1659
1661

(B,79,116)
(B,72,110)
(B,72,112)
(A,82,79)
(A,90,85)

RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S681J

R
R
R
R
R

2834
2835
2836
2837
2838

(B,43,8)
(B,44,12)
(B,45,8)
(A,39,7)
(A,33,16)

RS1/16S223J
RS1/16S471J
RS1/16S471J
RS1/16S820J
RS1/16S820J

R
R
R
R
R

1662
1663
1664
1801
1802

(A,87,85)
(B,88,88)
(A,88,85)
(B,147,69)
(B,144,65)

RS1/16S681J
RS1/16S681J
RS1/16S681J
RS1/16S152J
RS1/16S151J

R
R
R
R
R

2839
2840
2841
2842
2843

(B,35,8)
(A,35,12)
(B,37,8)
(B,32,13)
(A,27,16)

RS1/16S223J
RS1/16S223J
RS1/16S471J
RS1/16S471J
RS1/16S820J

R
R
R
R
R

1803
1806
1807
1808
1810

(B,145,63)
(B,148,102)
(B,128,73)
(B,132,78)
(B,120,68)

RS1/16S681J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S391J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S221J

R
R
R
R
R

2844
2845
2846
2847
2848

(A,27,7)
(A,30,17)
(A,25,8)
(B,26,13)
(B,30,8)

RS1/16S820J
RS1/16S223J
RS1/16S223J
RS1/16S471J
RS1/16S471J

R
R
R
R
R

1821
1822
1823
1824
1825

(A,21,122)
(B,14,123)
(A,12,121)
(A,20,117)
(A,19,113)

RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S333J
RS1/16S203J
RS1/16S822J
RS1/16S202J

R
R
R
R
R

2849
2850
2851
2852
2853

(A,92,23)
(A,89,31)
(A,54,9)
(A,61,10)
(A,60,9)

RS1/16SS681J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S0R0J

R
R
R
R
R

1826
1827
1828
1829
1830

(A,16,115)
(A,17,117)
(A,14,119)
(B,24,118)
(B,22,117)

RS1/16S564J
RS1/16S513J
RS1/16S513J
RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S102J

R
R
R
R
R

2854
2855
2856
2873
2886

(A,54,7)
(A,60,5)
(A,54,5)
(B,92,10)
(B,84,28)

RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S473J

R
R
R
R
R

1831
1832
1833
1834
1835

(B,21,122)
(B,21,126)
(B,16,127)
(B,18,127)
(A,20,128)

RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S513J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S563J
RS1/16S104J

R 2887
R 2888

(B,86,29)
(B,80,28)

RS1/16S104J
RS1/10S102J

R
R
R
R
R

1841
1843
1861
1862
1871

(A,160,110)
(B,144,108)
(B,165,122)
(B,164,115)
(B,146,79)

RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/10S105J
RS1/10S151J
RS1/10S103J

R
R
R
R

1872
1873
1874
1875

(B,149,82)
(B,143,84)
(B,139,84)
(B,140,89)

RS1/10S103J
RN1/16SE1001D
RN1/16SE1101D
RN1/16SE1001D
6

CAPACITORS
C
C
C
C
C

1001
1002
1003
1004
1005

(B,141,26)
(B,143,26)
(B,142,11)
(B,143,17)
(B,123,26)

CCSRCH101J50
CCSRCH101J50
CCSRCH101J50
CCSRCH101J50
CCSRCH101J50

C
C
C
C

1006
1007
1008
1009

(B,139,26)
(B,121,26)
(B,137,26)
(B,119,26)

CKSRYF104Z25
CCSRCH101J50
CKSRYF104Z25
CCSRCH101J50

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

175
8

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

C 1010

(B,135,26)

CKSRYF104Z25

C 1363

(A,54,15)

CKSYB106K6R3

C
C
C
C
C

1011
1012
1013
1014
1015

(B,120,12)
(B,133,26)
(B,118,25)
(B,131,26)
(B,120,23)

CCSRCH471J50
CCSRCH101J50
CCSRCH681J50
CCSRCH101J50
CCSRCH681J50

C
C
C
C
C

1364
1365
1401
1402
1403

(A,53,7)
(B,51,14)
(B,46,107)
(B,50,100)
(A,26,36)

CKSYB106K6R3
CKSRYB473K50
CKSQYB225K10
CKSQYB225K10
CCSRCH270J50

C
C
C
C
C

1016
1017
1018
1019
1020

(B,129,26)
(B,118,14)
(B,127,26)
(A,119,18)
(B,125,26)

CCSRCH101J50
CCSRCH681J50
CCSRCH101J50
CCSRCH681J50
CCSRCH101J50

C
C
C
C
C

1404
1405
1406
1407
1408

(B,50,88)
(B,42,79)
(A,28,36)
(B,42,88)
(B,42,51)

CKSYB475K16
CKSRYB103K50
CCSRCH220J50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50

C
C
C
C
C

1022
1023
1026
1027
1028

(A,130,33)
(A,126,35)
(A,126,39)
(A,102,30)
(A,106,30)

CKSYB106K6R3
CKSYB106K6R3
CCSRCJ3R0C50
CKSRYB105K10
CKSRYB105K10

C
C
C
C
C

1409
1410
1411
1412
1413

(A,31,33)
(A,51,92)
(A,53,49)
(A,33,33)
(A,35,36)

CCSRCH270J50
CEVW470M6R3
CEVW221M16
CCSRCH330J50
CCSRCH470J50

C
C
C
C
C

1029
1030
1031
1032
1033

(A,106,29)
(A,106,27)
(A,129,49)
(A,122,43)
(A,126,46)

CKSRYB105K10
CKSRYB105K10
CKSRYB105K10
CEVW100M16
CKSRYB104K16

C
C
C
C
C

1414
1415
1418
1419
1420

(B,39,33)
(B,57,63)
(A,57,100)
(B,58,40)
(B,50,48)

CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
CEVW100M16
CKSRYB103K50
CCSRCH270J50

C
C
C
C
C

1034
1035
1101
1102
1103

(A,101,22)
(A,107,22)
(A,103,120)
(A,110,101)
(A,116,101)

CEVW100M16
CEVW220M16
CKSRYB104K16
CEVW100M16
CEVW220M16

C
C
C
C
C

1421
1422
1423
1424
1425

(A,50,32)
(B,51,45)
(A,51,85)
(A,56,83)
(B,51,105)

CKSRYB103K50
CCSRCH150J50
CEVW220M16
CKSRYB103K50
CCSRCH6R0D50

C
C
C
C
C

1106
1107
1108
1109
1112

(B,111,112)
(B,113,112)
(B,115,112)
(B,117,112)
(B,117,123)

CKSRYB105K10
CKSRYB105K10
CKSRYB105K10
CKSRYB105K10
CCSRCH471J50

C
C
C
C
C

1426
1427
1428
1429
1430

(B,86,89)
(B,53,111)
(B,55,39)
(A,55,104)
(A,56,74)

CKSRYB103K50
CCSRCH6R0D50
CKSRYB222K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB104K16

C
C
C
C
C

1113
1117
1201
1202
1203

(B,119,121)
(B,107,123)
(A,32,114)
(A,36,117)
(A,27,114)

CCSRCH471J50
CKSRYB104K25
CKSRYB104K16
CEVW100M16
CKSRYB105K10

C
C
C
C
C

1431
1432
1433
1434
1435

(A,51,101)
(A,34,24)
(B,49,28)
(A,44,23)
(B,48,22)

CEVW100M16
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB222K50
CKSRYB222K50
CKSRYB222K50

C
C
C
C
C

1204
1206
1208
1209
1210

(A,138,37)
(B,33,123)
(A,35,126)
(A,30,127)
(B,33,131)

CKSRYB103K50
CCSRCJ3R0C50
CKSYB106K6R3
CKSYB106K6R3
CKSRYB473K50

C
C
C
C
C

1436
1437
1442
1501
1504

(B,74,104)
(B,54,48)
(A,53,60)
(A,62,30)
(A,79,25)

CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
CEVW221M16
CKSQYB105K16
CKSQYB105K16

C
C
C
C
C

1301
1302
1303
1304
1305

(A,90,22)
(A,96,22)
(A,81,24)
(A,85,22)
(A,82,18)

CEVW100M16
CEVW220M16
CKSRYB104K16
CEVW100M16
CKSRYB105K10

C
C
C
C
C

1505
1506
1507
1508
1509

(A,95,29)
(A,90,28)
(A,60,47)
(A,60,45)
(A,91,32)

CKSQYB105K16
CKSQYB105K16
CKSQYB105K16
CKSQYB105K16
CKSQYB105K16

C
C
C
C
C

1306
1307
1308
1309
1311

(B,86,24)
(B,86,19)
(B,96,19)
(B,96,18)
(B,77,23)

CKSRYB105K10
CKSRYB105K10
CKSRYB105K10
CKSRYB105K10
CCSRCJ3R0C50

C
C
C
C
C

1510
1511
1512
1513
1514

(A,95,35)
(A,95,37)
(A,94,41)
(A,90,44)
(A,92,44)

CKSQYB105K16
CKSQYB105K16
CKSQYB105K16
CKSQYB105K16
CKSQYB105K16

C
C
C
C
C

1313
1314
1315
1316
1318

(B,74,22)
(A,70,19)
(B,99,8)
(B,78,16)
(B,95,8)

CKSYB106K6R3
CKSYB106K6R3
CCSRCH471J50
CKSRYB473K50
CCSRCH471J50

C
C
C
C
C

1515
1516
1517
1551
1552

(A,78,47)
(A,82,52)
(A,61,40)
(B,91,43)
(B,79,35)

CKSRYB103K50
CEVW220M16
CEVW100M16
CCSRCH7R0D50
CKSRYB222K50

C
C
C
C

1353
1354
1355
1361

(A,65,13)
(A,64,17)
(A,64,8)
(B,61,13)

CKSRYB104K16
CEVW100M16
CKSRYB105K10
CCSRCJ3R0C50

C
C
C
C

1553
1554
1555
1556

(B,79,31)
(B,76,48)
(B,74,46)
(B,76,56)

CKSRYB222K50
CKSRYB222K50
CKSRYB222K50
CCSRCJ3R0C50

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

176
1

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

C 1557

(A,92,54)

CEVW101M16

C 1866

(A,173,96)

CKSRYB104K16

C
C
C
C
C

1558
1559
1560
1561
1562

(B,77,52)
(B,75,36)
(B,75,30)
(A,70,49)
(A,65,49)

CKSRYB103K50
CKSQYB225K10
CKSQYB225K10
CEVW100M16
CEVW100M16

C
C
C
C
C

1867
1871
1872
1873
1874

(A,174,107)
(B,161,87)
(A,146,77)
(A,147,77)
(A,163,90)

CKSRYB105K10
CKSRYF103Z50
CKSRYB104K25
CKSRYB334K10
CKSRYF103Z50

C
C
C
C
C

1563
1564
1565
1566
1567

(B,96,45)
(A,71,56)
(A,98,40)
(A,74,60)
(A,103,35)

CKSYB475K16
CKSYB475K16
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
CEVW470M16

C
C
C
C
C

1875
1876
1877
1878
1879

(A,153,79)
(A,140,78)
(A,154,91)
(A,150,88)
(A,156,91)

CEVW101M16
CEVW470M16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYB474K10

C
C
C
C
C

1568
1569
1570
1571
1572

(A,75,65)
(A,102,48)
(A,103,42)
(A,63,64)
(A,69,64)

CEVW470M16
CEVW330M10
CEVW101M4
CEVW330M10
CEVW101M4

C
C
C
C
C

1880
1881
1882
1901
1902

(A,144,77)
(B,10,123)
(A,146,88)
(A,158,36)
(A,145,46)

CKSRYB104K25
CKSRYB104K25
CEVW470M16
CEVW101M16
CEVW101M16

C
C
C
C
C

1575
1576
1577
1580
1601

(B,80,47)
(B,67,42)
(A,76,51)
(A,61,88) 22F
(B,119,101)

CKSRYB104K25
CKSRYB104K25
CEVW101M16
CCG1183
CKSRYB103K50

C
C
C
C
C

1903
1904
1905
1906
1907

(A,78,80)
(B,132,41)
(A,143,40)
(A,161,30)
(B,170,34)

CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K25
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50

C
C
C
C
C

1602
1603
1604
1605
1606

(A,81,82)
(A,91,120)
(A,84,76)
(A,87,79)
(A,94,120)

CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB103K50
CEVW100M16
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB222K50

C
C
C
C
C

1908
1910
1911
1912
1913

(A,166,31)
(A,166,45)
(B,168,61)
(B,169,44)
(B,170,56)

CEVW101M16
CEVW101M16
CKSRYB104K25
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50

C
C
C
C
C

1607
1610
1611
1612
1613

(A,87,81)
(A,73,93)
(A,95,95)
(A,72,106)
(A,82,113)

CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB102K50
CKSRYB102K50
CKSRYB102K50
CKSRYB102K50

C
C
C
C
C

1914
1915
1916
1917
1918

(B,169,39)
(A,166,53)
(A,166,38)
(A,155,46)
(A,155,41)

CKSRYB103K50
CEVW101M16
CEVW101M16
CEVW101M16
CKSRYB103K50

C
C
C
C
C

1614
1615
1616
1619
1620

(B,84,111)
(A,90,115)
(A,70,93)
(A,102,90)
(A,96,86)

CKSRYB105K10
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16

C
C
C
C
C

1919
1920
1921
1922
1923

(A,165,74)
(B,169,73)
(B,169,69)
(A,173,84)
(A,166,65)

CEVW101M16
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB104K16
CEVW470M16

C
C
C
C
C

1621
1622
1623
1801
1802

(A,94,117)
(B,112,98)
(B,111,105)
(B,149,69)
(B,139,67)

CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB222K50
CKSRYB103K50

C
C
C
C
C

1924
1925
1950
1951
1952

(A,173,86)
(A,172,91)
(A,122,94)
(B,108,85)
(B,115,86)

CKSRYB103K50
CEVW220M16
CEVW101M16
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50

C
C
C
C
C

1803
1805
1806
1807
1808

(B,146,68)
(A,123,76)
(B,120,76)
(A,129,78)
(B,126,73)

CCSRCH220J50
CEVW100M16
CKSRYB473K50
CEVW220M16
CKSRYB103K50

C
C
C
C
C

1953
1954
1955
1956
1957

(A,127,87)
(A,113,39)
(B,112,44)
(B,104,44)
(A,111,47)

CEVW101M16
CEVW101M16
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
CEVW101M16

C
C
C
C
C

1809
1810
1811
1812
1821

(B,132,72)
(B,136,80)
(B,114,73)
(B,124,68)
(A,11,118)

CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB473K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB224K16
CKSRYB823K16

C
C
C
C
C

2813
2814
2831
2832
2833

(B,23,31)
(B,18,32)
(A,38,20)
(A,39,13)
(B,42,15)

CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF104Z25
CEVW100M16
CEVW100M16
CKSRYB222K50

C
C
C
C
C

1822
1823
1824
1825
1826

(B,17,124)
(B,17,122)
(A,14,117)
(B,23,122)
(A,21,119)

CKSRYB104K25
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB102K50
CKSRYF104Z25

C
C
C
C
C

2834
2837
2838
2839
2840

(B,44,6)
(A,44,7)
(A,29,20)
(B,35,5)
(B,33,15)

CKSRYB222K50
CEVW100M16
CEVW100M16
CKSRYB222K50
CKSRYB222K50

C
C
C
C

1862
1863
1864
1865

(B,161,122)
(B,163,111)
(B,168,98)
(A,166,94)

CKSRYB103K50
CKSYB106K6R3
CKSRYB104K25
CCSRCH102J50

C
C
C
C

2843
2844
2845
2846

(A,29,13)
(A,34,7)
(B,28,15)
(B,28,5)

CEVW100M16
CEVW100M16
CKSRYB222K50
CKSRYB222K50

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

177
8

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

Circuit Symbol and No.

(A,92,24)

CKSSYB102K50

Q 4156

(A,39,26) Transistor

UMZ1N

C
C
C
C
C

(B,23,33)
(A,96,21)
(A,73,40)
(B,89,25)
(B,20,32)

CKSRYF103Z50
CEVW470M16
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF104Z25

Q
Q
Q
Q
Q

4182
4183
4603
4681
4682

(A,39,21) Transistor
(A,39,16) Transistor
(A,98,26) Transistor
(A,11,7) Transistor
(A,11,11) Transistor

UMX2N
UMT2N
2SC4617
IMD3A
IMD3A

Q
Q
Q
Q
Q

4683
4741
4742
4831
4832

(A,11,15) Transistor
(A,119,60) Transistor
(A,119,56) Transistor
(A,148,28) Transistor
(A,141,22) Transistor

FMG12
DTA123JK
DTC124EK
2SB1260
DTC114EK

Q
Q
Q
Q
Q

4833
4835
4851
5001
5002

(A,140,18) Transistor
(A,100,45) Transistor
(A,131,26) FET
(B,12,33) Transistor
(B,13,36) Transistor

2SC4617
2SD1664
CPH6316
2SC4617
2SC4617

Q
Q
Q
Q
Q

5003
5004
5011
5020
5101

(B,8,36) Transistor
(B,6,35) Transistor
(B,10,10) Transistor
(B,9,64) Transistor
(B,12,69) Transistor

DTA144EE
2SC4617
2SC4097
2SC4617
2SC4617

Q
Q
Q
D
D

5102
5103
5105
4301
4311

(B,11,67) Transistor
(B,10,62) Transistor
(B,7,67) Transistor
(A,5,132) Diode
(A,11,37) Diode

2SC4617
2SA1774
UMX2N
DAN202U
AM-30-21

D
D
D
D
D

4321
4322
4355
4356
4357

(A,9,119) LED
(A,9,50) LED
(A,10,160) LED
(A,10,148) LED
(A,10,21) LED

CL-490S-WF-SD
CL-490S-WF-SD
CL-190UB2-X
CL-190UB2-X
CL-190UB2-X

2851
2879
2880
2886
2887

GHI
Unit Number:CWM9950(AVIC-N2/XU/UC)
Unit Number:CWM9949(AVIC-X1R/XU/EW)
Unit Name:Monitor Unit
MISCELLANEOUS

Part No.

C 2849

Monitor Unit
Consists of
Monitor PCB
Upper PCB
Inverter PCB
B

IC 4001
IC 4061
IC 4141
IC 4142
IC 4151

(A,28,50)
(A,55,79)
(A,62,38)
(A,67,43)
(A,53,34)

IC
IC
IC
IC
IC

TC90A64AF-P
TC7SH08FUS1
TC7SH08FUS1
TK15404AMI
NJM2138V

IC 4181
IC 4212
IC 4311
IC 4311
IC 4601
IC 4602

(A,45,18) IC
(A,102,28) IC
(A,11,33) IC
(A,11,33) IC
(A,77,31) IC
(A,67,10) IC

NJM082BV
TC7SH08FUS1
NJM062V
NJM062V
PE5413B
S-80835CNNB-B8U

IC 4651
IC 4701
IC 4702
IC 4841
IC 4851

(A,64,25) IC
(A,106,68) IC
(A,137,76) IC
(A,125,45) IC
(A,134,21)

S-93C46BR0I-J8T1
PD6340A
TC7SH08FUS1
R1130H251B
R1224N102H

D
D
D
D
D

4358
4601
4681
4682
4683

(A,10,9) LED
(A,99,32) Diode
(A,14,13) Diode
(A,13,18) Diode
(A,10,20) Diode

CL-190UB2-X
RB500V-40
MA111
MA111
UDZS5R6(B)

IC 4861
IC 4901
IC 5002
IC 5003
IC 5004

(A,143,47) IC
(A,93,19) IC
(B,5,14) IC
(B,10,46) IC
(A,9,59) FET

MAX1748EUES1
NJM2903V
TC7SET08FUS1
OZ961ISN
SI6544DQ

D
D
D
D
D

4684
4701
4702
4703
4704

(A,10,25) Diode
(A,114,77) Diode
(A,113,77) Diode
(A,121,73) Diode
(A,119,73) Diode

UDZS5R6(B)
UDZS5R6(B)
UDZS5R6(B)
UDZS5R6(B)
UDZS5R6(B)

IC 5005
Q 4002
Q 4101
Q 4102
Q 4103

(A,13,56)
(A,44,62)
(A,54,66)
(A,48,63)
(A,49,65)

FET
Transistor
Transistor
Transistor
Transistor

SI6544DQ
2SC4617
2SC4617
2SA1774
2SC4617

D
D
D
D
D

4705
4706
4831
4835
4852

(A,102,79)
(A,100,79)
(A,142,19)
(A,104,41)
(A,131,31)

Diode
Diode
Diode
Diode
Diode

UDZS5R6(B)
UDZS5R6(B)
UDZS22(B)
UDZS5R6(B)
U2FWJ44N

Q
Q
Q
Q
Q

4111
4112
4113
4121
4122

(A,56,60)
(A,48,57)
(A,51,60)
(A,56,54)
(A,48,51)

Transistor
Transistor
Transistor
Transistor
Transistor

2SC4617
2SA1774
2SC4617
2SC4617
2SA1774

D
D
D
D
D

4861
4862
4863
4864
4865

(A,135,50)
(A,137,57)
(A,139,57)
(A,141,57)
(A,143,57)

Diode
Diode
Diode
Diode
Diode

RB160M-30
RB500V-40
RB500V-40
RB500V-40
RB500V-40

Q
Q
Q
Q
Q

4123
4131
4132
4133
4151

(A,51,54)
(A,56,49)
(A,48,46)
(A,51,49)
(A,46,38)

Transistor
Transistor
Transistor
Transistor
Transistor

2SC4617
2SC4617
2SA1774
2SC4617
UMZ1N

D
D
D
D
D

4866
4867
4868
4869
5001

(A,145,57) Diode
(A,146,56) Diode
(A,148,56) Diode
(A,150,56) Diode
(B,11,31) Diode

RB500V-40
RB500V-40
RB500V-40
RB500V-40
UDZS6R8(B)

Q
Q
Q
Q

4152
4153
4154
4155

(A,39,35)
(A,39,32)
(A,54,26)
(A,47,26)

Transistor
Transistor
Transistor
Transistor

UMZ1N
UMZ1N
UMZ1N
UMZ1N

D
D
D
D

5003
5004
5005
5006

(A,13,45)
(A,13,42)
(A,13,31)
(A,13,28)

CL-195PG-CD
CL-195SR-CD
CL-195PG-CD
CL-195SR-CD

LED
LED (EW)
LED
LED (EW)

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

178
1

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

D 5007

(A,13,16) LED

CL-190UB2-X

D
D
D
D
D

5008
5009
5010
5011
5012

(A,13,10) LED
(A,11,42) Diode
(A,17,53) Diode
(A,7,56) Diode
(B,6,71) Diode

CL-190UB2-X
RB751V40
UDZS6R2(B)
UDZS6R2(B)
UDZS6R2(B)

D
D
D
D
D

5013
5014
5016
5030
5101

(B,18,69) Diode
(B,6,74) Diode
(B,16,10) Diode
(A,16,19) Diode (EW)
(B,15,67) Diode

MA147
MA147
UDZS5R6(B)
DAN202U
UDZS8R2(B)

L
L
L
L
L

4001
4002
4003
4004
4005

(A,17,38)
(A,21,36)
(A,26,36)
(A,27,36)
(A,28,65)

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor-Array

CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1421

L
L
L
L
L

4006
4008
4009
4011
4012

(A,23,65)
(A,26,65)
(A,23,37)
(A,19,36)
(A,24,36)

Inductor-Array
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Ferrite Bead

CTF1421
CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1306
CTF1528

L
L
L
L
L

4013
4014
4015
4016
4017

(A,30,63)
(A,24,63)
(A,20,64)
(A,16,47)
(A,28,37)

Ferrite Bead
Ferrite Bead
Inductor
Ferrite Bead
Inductor

CTF1528
CTF1528
CTF1306
CTF1528
CTF1306

L
L
L
L
L

4071
4074
4075
4078
4079

(A,50,69)
(A,45,41)
(A,53,70)
(A,43,68)
(A,41,68)

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

LCYA100J2520
LCYA100J2520
LCYA100J2520
LCYA100J2520
CTF1306

L
L
L
L
L

4081
4101
4141
4151
4152

(A,51,75) Inductor
(A,121,37) Inductor
(A,71,63) Inductor
(A,62,31) Inductor
(A,61,18) Inductor

LCYC2R2K2125
LCYA100J2520
LCYA100J2520
LCYA100J2520
LCYA100J2520

L
L
L
L
L
L

4181
4182
4311
4311
4601
4701

(A,57,19) Coil
(A,57,16) Coil
(A,6,38) Inductor
(A,6,38) Inductor
(A,83,14) Inductor
(A,119,63) Inductor

L
L
L
L
L

4801
4802
4803
4804
4841

(A,20,31) Inductor
(A,23,30) Inductor
(A,27,30) Inductor
(A,30,30) Inductor
(A,126,37) Choke Coil 10H

L
L
L
L
L

4851
4852
4861
4862
4863

(A,142,28)
(A,126,26)
(A,137,37)
(A,136,46)
(A,137,62)

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

S 4351
S 4352

(A,12,160) Push Switch


(A,12,148) Push Switch

CSG1111
CSG1111

S
S
S
S
S

(A,12,21) Push Switch


(A,12,9) Push Switch
(A,18,43) Push Switch
(A,18,29) Push Switch
(A,18,13) Push Switch

CSG1111
CSG1111
CSG1111
CSG1111
CSG1111

4353
4354
5001
5002
5003

VR5001
>FU4831
>FU5001

(A,8,43) Semi-xed 15k(B) CCP1490


(A,117,10) Fuse 630mA
CEK1252
(B,7,24) Fuse 1.25A
CEK1255

RESISTORS
R
R
R
R
R

4001
4002
4003
4004
4005

(A,26,33)
(A,20,34)
(A,28,34)
(A,33,34)
(A,43,43)

RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S470J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S473J

R
R
R
R
R

4006
4009
4010
4012
4013

(A,45,45)
(A,44,60)
(A,42,65)
(A,33,63)
(A,34,64)

RS1/16S392J
RS1/16S152J
RS1/16S331J
RS1/16SS105J
RS1/16S391J

R
R
R
R
R

4014
4015
4018
4022
4023

(A,28,69)
(A,25,69)
(A,22,69)
(A,20,66)
(A,18,72)

RAB4C101J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S0R0J

R
R
R
R
R

4024
4025
4026
4027
4030

(A,17,62)
(A,15,39)
(A,30,35)
(A,16,37)
(A,18,33)

RS1/16S333J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S101J

R
R
R
R
R

4031
4061
4062
4063
4064

(A,29,34)
(A,64,81)
(A,63,78)
(A,58,80)
(A,57,82)

RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S152J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S0R0J

LCYA101J2520
LCYA101J2520
LCYA100J2520
LCYA100J2520
LCYA100J2520
LCYA100J2520

R
R
R
R
R

4084
4085
4086
4087
4088

(A,20,74)
(A,22,74)
(A,22,70)
(A,40,75)
(A,43,81)

RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S104J

LCYA100J2520
LCYA100J2520
LCYA100J2520
LCYA100J2520
CTH1249

R
R
R
R
R

4089
4101
4102
4103
4104

(A,45,82)
(A,57,66)
(A,57,63)
(A,55,63)
(A,53,64)

RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S8201F
RS1/16S5602F
RS1/16S681J
RS1/16S331J

Choke Coil 10H CTH1259


Choke Coil 18H CTH1250
Choke Coil 10H CTH1249
Choke Coil 6.8H CTH1248
Inductor
LCTC100K1608

R
R
R
R
R

4105
4107
4108
4109
4110

(A,105,11)
(A,61,65)
(A,51,66)
(A,49,63)
(A,47,66)

RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S6801D
RS1/16S331J
RS1/16S391J
RS1/16S391J

R
R
R
R
R

4111
4112
4113
4114
4115

(A,58,60)
(A,58,57)
(A,57,57)
(A,54,59)
(A,102,13)

RS1/16S153J
RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S681J
RS1/16S331J
RS1/16S75R0D

(A,54,60)
(A,50,57)

RS1/16S331J
RS1/16S391J

L 4864
L 4865
L 4901
T 5001
TH4601

(A,130,55) Inductor
(A,149,65) Inductor
(A,92,27) Inductor
(A,9,80) Transformer
(A,145,82) Thermistor

LCYA100J2520
LCYA100J2520
LCYA2R2J2520
CTT1103
CCX1051

X 4001
X 4601
X 4701

(A,35,68) Crystal Resonator 42MHz CSS1604


(A,76,18) Radiator 12.58MHz CSS1601
(A,107,78) Ceramic Resonator 4.97MHz CSS1573

R 4118
R 4119

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Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

R 4120
R 4121
R 4122

(A,49,60)
(A,58,54)
(A,58,51)

RS1/16S391J
RS1/16S153J
RS1/16S104J

R 4193
R 4194
R 4208

(A,37,14)
(A,39,18)
(A,124,72)

RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S101J

R
R
R
R
R

4123
4124
4125
4128
4129

(A,57,51)
(A,54,53)
(A,103,14)
(A,54,54)
(A,50,51)

RS1/16S681J
RS1/16S331J
RS1/16S75R0D
RS1/16S331J
RS1/16S391J

R
R
R
R
R

4209
4211
4311
4312
4313

(A,123,69)
(A,103,22)
(A,13,30)
(A,15,30)
(A,7,33)

RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S681J
RS1/16S275J
RS1/16S105J
RS1/16SS393J

R
R
R
R
R

4130
4131
4132
4133
4134

(A,49,54)
(A,58,49)
(A,58,46)
(A,57,46)
(A,54,47)

RS1/16S391J
RS1/16S153J
RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S681J
RS1/16S331J

R
R
R
R
R

4314
4315
4321
4322
4323

(A,8,31)
(A,15,45)
(A,14,124)
(A,9,124)
(A,8,44)

RS1/16S103J
RS1/16SS121J
RS1/16SS121J
RS1/16SS121J
RS1/16SS121J

R
R
R
R
R

4135
4138
4139
4140
4141

(A,105,15)
(A,54,49)
(A,50,46)
(A,49,49)
(A,64,42)

RS1/16S75R0D
RS1/16S331J
RS1/16S391J
RS1/16S391J
RS1/16S105J

R
R
R
R
R

4324
4359
4360
4361
4362

(A,10,44)
(A,8,139)
(A,8,140)
(A,8,141)
(A,8,142)

RS1/16SS121J
RS1/16SS181J
RS1/16SS121J
RS1/16SS121J
RS1/16SS121J

R
R
R
R
R

4142
4145
4146
4147
4148

(A,62,43)
(A,64,46)
(A,66,45)
(A,65,38)
(A,65,37)

RS1/16S224J
RS1/16S1501D
RS1/16S5602F
RS1/16S3302F
RS1/16S1002F

R
R
R
R
R

4363
4364
4365
4366
4453

(A,4,129)
(A,6,129)
(A,11,26)
(A,10,27)
(A,138,72)

RS1/16SS181J
RS1/16SS121J
RS1/16SS121J
RS1/16SS121J
RS1/16S101J

R
R
R
R
R

4150
4152
4153
4154
4155

(A,39,30)
(A,48,35)
(A,45,35)
(A,54,30)
(A,51,30)

RS1/16S183J
RS1/16S3901F
RS1/16S1501F
RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S102J

R
R
R
R
R

4454
4601
4602
4603
4604

(A,138,71)
(A,104,23)
(A,106,28)
(A,79,17)
(A,89,27)

RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16SS471J

R
R
R
R
R

4156
4157
4160
4161
4162

(A,45,32)
(A,48,31)
(A,60,37)
(A,60,35)
(A,57,30)

RS1/16S1501F
RS1/16S3901F
RS1/16S1002F
RS1/16S1802F
RS1/16S102J

R
R
R
R
R

4605
4606
4607
4608
4610

(A,71,19)
(A,89,30)
(A,89,33)
(A,88,35)
(A,77,42)

RS1/16SS471J
RAB4CQ471J
RAB4CQ471J
RS1/16SS471J
RS1/16SS471J

R
R
R
R
R

4163
4164
4165
4166
4167

(A,55,38)
(A,52,38)
(A,49,38)
(A,44,38)
(A,42,35)

RS1/16S3901F
RS1/16S1501F
RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S272J
RS1/16S102J

R
R
R
R
R

4611
4612
4613
4614
4615

(A,83,42)
(A,78,42)
(A,81,42)
(A,80,42)
(A,71,15)

RS1/16S470J
RS1/16S470J
RS1/16S272J
RS1/16S272J
RS1/16SS471J

R
R
R
R
R

4168
4169
4170
4171
4172

(A,37,35)
(A,42,32)
(A,37,32)
(A,52,26)
(A,59,26)

RS1/16S272J
RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S272J
RS1/16S331J
RS1/16S103J

R
R
R
R
R

4616
4617
4618
4619
4621

(A,73,15)
(A,73,13)
(A,88,28)
(A,97,29)
(A,98,29)

RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16SS471J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S223J

R
R
R
R
R

4174
4175
4177
4178
4180

(A,44,27)
(A,48,24)
(A,36,27)
(A,42,24)
(A,35,29)

RS1/16S331J
RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S331J
RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S243J

R
R
R
R
R

4622
4623
4624
4625
4626

(A,95,33)
(A,99,29)
(A,87,42)
(A,65,12)
(A,67,29)

RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S0R0J
RAB4CQ473J
RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S473J

R
R
R
R
R

4181
4182
4183
4184
4185

(A,42,23)
(A,47,22)
(A,45,22)
(A,47,19)
(A,48,15)

RS1/16S3002F
RS1/16S223J
RS1/16S1203F
RS1/16S1602F
RS1/16S1502F

R
R
R
R
R

4627
4628
4629
4630
4631

(A,83,17)
(A,65,14)
(A,84,42)
(A,64,16)
(A,82,21)

RAB4CQ472J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S0R0J
RAB4CQ471J

R
R
R
R
R

4186
4187
4188
4189
4190

(A,42,21)
(A,42,18)
(A,42,16)
(A,37,19)
(A,41,21)

RS1/16S1002F
RS1/16S1002F
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S153J
RS1/16S100J

R
R
R
R
R

4642
4646
4650
4651
4652

(A,68,14)
(A,69,18)
(A,66,29)
(A,67,33)
(A,67,35)

RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16SS471J
RAB4CQ471J
RS1/16SS471J

R 4191
R 4192

(A,35,14)
(A,42,14)

RS1/16S153J
RS1/16S100J

R 4655
R 4657

(A,77,46)
(A,66,28)

RS1/16S102J
RS1/16SS0R0J

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

180
1

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

R 4670
R 4681
R 4682

(A,85,19)
(A,10,23)
(A,10,19)

RS1/16S1502D
RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S104J

R 5014
R 5015
R 5016

(A,8,14)
(B,18,67)
(A,12,48)

RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S105J
RS1/16S563J

R
R
R
R
R

4683
4684
4701
4702
4703

(A,13,22)
(A,13,20)
(A,116,74)
(A,116,73)
(A,98,79)

RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S101J

R
R
R
R
R

5017
5018
5019
5020
5022

(A,17,51)
(A,8,55)
(B,6,70)
(B,6,68)
(A,16,24)

RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S511J
RS1/16S821J
RS1/16SS181J

R
R
R
R
R

4704
4705
4707
4709
4711

(A,98,78)
(A,111,77)
(A,116,69)
(A,106,58)
(A,134,74)

RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S471J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16SS472J
RS1/16S471J

R
R
R
R
R

5023
5024
5030
5031
5101

(A,14,8)
(A,15,24) (EW)
(A,19,18) (UC)
(B,13,9)
(B,6,63)

RS1/16SS0R0J
RS1/16SS151J
RS1/16S470J
RS1/16S332J
RS1/16S101J

R
R
R
R
R

4741
4742
4743
4802
4803

(A,106,83)
(A,115,80)
(A,101,83)
(A,17,21)
(A,35,20)

RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S333J

R
R
R
R
R

5102
5103
5104
5105
5106

(B,11,64)
(B,6,64)
(B,9,69)
(B,14,67)
(B,14,65)

RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S471J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S103J

R
R
R
R
R

4804
4805
4806
4831
4832

(A,52,29)
(A,45,24)
(A,37,24)
(A,147,24)
(A,143,23)

RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S153J
RS1/16S472J

R 5107
R 5108
R 5109

(B,12,63)
(B,10,69)
(A,7,15)

RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S824J

R
R
R
R
R

4833
4834
4835
4851
4852

(A,145,23)
(A,144,19)
(A,104,45)
(A,135,23)
(A,137,22)

RS1/16S472J
RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S121J
RS1/16S5102D
RS1/16S2202D

C
C
C
C
C

4001
4002
4003
4004
4005

(A,19,37)
(A,24,37)
(A,31,37)
(A,33,37)
(A,32,36)

CKSRYB105K6R3
CKSSYF104Z16
CKSSYF104Z16
CKSSYF104Z16
CKSSYF104Z16

R
R
R
R
R

4853
4854
4855
4858
4859

(A,137,25)
(A,131,19)
(A,135,17)
(A,132,23)
(A,128,30)

RS1/16S272J
RS1/16S100J
RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S560J
RS1/16S100J

C
C
C
C
C

4006
4007
4008
4009
4010

(A,34,37)
(A,36,37)
(A,38,38)
(A,40,37)
(A,39,38)

CKSSYF104Z16
CKSSYF104Z16
CKSSYF104Z16
CKSSYF104Z16
CKSSYF104Z16

R
R
R
R
R

4861
4862
4863
4864
4865

(A,140,44)
(A,136,42)
(A,140,47)
(A,138,41)
(A,148,40)

RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S1102F
RS1/16S2001F
RS1/16S3302F

C
C
C
C
C

4011
4012
4013
4015
4016

(A,41,41)
(A,40,43)
(A,42,45)
(A,47,44)
(A,40,47)

CKSSYF104Z16
CKSSYF104Z16
CKSRYB392K50
CKSRYB105K6R3
CKSSYF104Z16

R
R
R
R
R

4866
4867
4868
4869
4901

(A,146,41)
(A,147,44)
(A,149,42)
(A,148,44)
(A,95,25)

RS1/16S2401F
RS1/16S5602F
RS1/16S2703F
RS1/16S5602F
RS1/16S103J

C
C
C
C
C

4017
4018
4019
4020
4021

(A,41,48)
(A,44,47)
(A,44,49)
(A,44,52)
(A,40,51)

CKSSYF104Z16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSSYF104Z16

R
R
R
R
R

4902
4903
4904
4905
4906

(A,91,14)
(A,87,20)
(A,89,20)
(A,87,17)
(A,93,17)

RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S392J
RS1/16S912J
RS1/16S2003F
RS1/16S153J

C
C
C
C
C

4022
4023
4024
4025
4026

(A,46,55)
(A,45,55)
(A,44,55)
(A,41,52)
(A,41,53)

CKSSYF104Z16
CKSSYF104Z16
CKSSYF104Z16
CKSSYF104Z16
CKSSYF104Z16

R
R
R
R
R

4907
5001
5002
5003
5004

(A,89,17)
(A,14,25) (EW)
(A,17,35)
(B,15,33)
(A,17,9)

RS1/16S153J
RAB4CQ181J
RAB4CQ151J
RS1/16S103J
RAB4CQ151J

C
C
C
C
C

4027
4028
4029
4030
4031

(A,41,54)
(A,41,55)
(A,41,56)
(A,44,57)
(A,43,55)

CKSSYF104Z16
CKSSYF104Z16
CKSSYF104Z16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSSYF104Z16

R
R
R
R
R

5005
5006
5007
5008
5009

(B,14,32)
(B,5,33)
(B,11,37)
(B,7,32)
(B,12,40)

RS1/16S104J
RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S105J

C
C
C
C
C

4032
4033
4034
4035
4036

(A,41,57)
(A,41,58)
(A,41,59)
(A,43,63)
(A,44,58)

CKSSYF104Z16
CKSSYF104Z16
CKSSYF104Z16
CKSRYB103K50
CCSRCH4R0C50

(B,8,38)
(B,4,44)

RS1/16S333J
RS1/16S513J

C 4037

(A,39,61)

CKSSYF104Z16

R 5010
R 5011

CAPACITORS

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
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181
8

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

C
C
C
C

4040
4042
4045
4046

(A,39,62)
(A,37,63)
(A,36,65)
(A,34,65)

CKSSYF104Z16
CCSRCH181J50
CCSRCH9R0D50
CCSRCH9R0D50

C
C
C
C

4182
4183
4184
4186

(A,49,19)
(A,52,17)
(A,49,17)
(A,49,22)

CKSRYF104Z25
CSZSR4R7M25
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF104Z25

C
C
C
C
C

4047
4048
4049
4050
4051

(A,31,63)
(A,30,62)
(A,25,62)
(A,20,63)
(A,16,54)

CKSSYF104Z16
CKSSYF104Z16
CKSSYF104Z16
CKSRYB105K6R3
CKSSYF104Z16

C
C
C
C
C

4188
4225
4311
4312
4313

(A,47,17)
(A,103,25)
(A,11,30)
(A,9,28)
(A,7,28)

CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYB224K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16

C
C
C
C
C

4052
4054
4055
4061
4062

(A,16,46)
(A,23,34)
(A,16,65)
(A,53,80)
(A,63,81)

CKSSYF104Z16
CCSRCH101J50
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF104Z25
CCSRCH390J50

C
C
C
C
C

4314
4315
4321
4322
4375

(A,6,35)
(A,6,31)
(A,11,123)
(A,10,45)
(A,11,156)

CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16

C
C
C
C
C

4071
4074
4075
4101
4102

(A,47,70)
(A,43,41)
(A,49,72)
(A,63,64)
(A,53,63)

CSZS100M10
CKSRYB105K6R3
CKSRYB105K6R3
CKSYF106Z10
CCSRCH470J50

C
C
C
C
C

4376
4377
4378
4601
4602

(A,10,144)
(A,9,25)
(A,11,13)
(A,77,14)
(A,79,20)

CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CSZSR330M10
CKSRYF104Z25

C
C
C
C
C

4103
4104
4105
4107
4111

(A,51,63)
(A,56,66)
(A,59,64)
(A,65,64)
(A,63,57)

CCSRCH470J50
CKSRYF104Z25
CSZS100M10
CKSYF106Z10
CKSYF106Z10

C
C
C
C
C

4603
4605
4621
4631
4632

(A,65,10)
(A,74,20)
(A,68,12)
(A,74,6) 10F
(A,78,6) 10F

CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYB103K50
CCG1138
CCG1138

C
C
C
C
C

4112
4113
4114
4121
4122

(A,54,57)
(A,51,57)
(A,60,59)
(A,63,53)
(A,54,51)

CCSRCH470J50
CCSRCH470J50
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSYF106Z10
CCSRCH470J50

C
C
C
C
C

4651
4670
4681
4682
4683

(A,61,21)
(A,144,83)
(A,13,25)
(A,13,23)
(A,10,17)

CKSRYF104Z25
CKSSYF104Z16
CKSRYB102K50
CKSRYB102K50
CKSRYB102K50

C
C
C
C
C

4123
4124
4131
4132
4133

(A,51,51)
(A,60,54)
(A,63,49)
(A,54,46)
(A,51,46)

CCSRCH470J50
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSYF106Z10
CCSRCH470J50
CCSRCH470J50

C
C
C
C
C

4684
4685
4686
4687
4701

(A,10,22)
(A,88,25)
(A,87,23)
(A,15,7)
(A,119,66)

CKSRYB102K50
CKSRYB102K50
CKSRYB102K50
CKSRYF104Z25
CSZSR330M10

C
C
C
C
C

4134
4140
4141
4142
4143

(A,60,49)
(A,67,47)
(A,64,43)
(A,62,40)
(A,63,59)

CKSRYF104Z25
CKSQYB225K10
CKSRYB105K6R3
CKSRYF104Z25
CSZS100M10

C
C
C
C
C

4702
4704
4801
4802
4803

(A,105,59)
(A,135,78)
(A,21,26)
(A,20,22)
(A,25,26)

CKSSYF104Z16
CKSRYF104Z25
CSZSR4R7M25
CKSRYF104Z25
CSZS100M10

C
C
C
C
C

4144
4145
4151
4152
4153

(A,65,40)
(A,68,40)
(A,59,32)
(A,48,33)
(A,47,35)

CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF104Z25
CSZSR220M16
CKSRYB103K50
CCSRCH4R0C50

C
C
C
C
C

4804
4805
4806
4807
4808

(A,23,22)
(A,29,25)
(A,26,22)
(A,32,26)
(A,32,23)

CKSRYF104Z25
CSZSR330M10
CKSRYF104Z25
CSZSR33M35
CKSRYF104Z25

C
C
C
C
C

4154
4155
4156
4160
4161

(A,47,31)
(A,54,38)
(A,58,37)
(A,44,35)
(A,44,32)

CCSRCH4R0C50
CCSRCH4R0C50
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF104Z25

C
C
C
C
C

4809
4810
4831
4832
4835

(A,21,31)
(A,25,31)
(A,28,31)
(A,32,31)
(A,102,41)

CKSSYF104Z16
CKSSYF104Z16
CKSSYF104Z16
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF104Z25

C
C
C
C
C

4162
4163
4164
4165
4166

(A,51,38)
(A,57,28)
(A,50,28)
(A,42,28)
(A,39,28)

CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYB105K6R3
CKSRYB105K6R3
CKSRYB105K6R3
CKSRYF104Z25

C
C
C
C
C

4836
4841
4843
4844
4851

(A,95,47)
(A,126,41)
(A,126,49) 68F/6.3V
(A,126,52)
(A,146,31)

CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYB105K6R3
CCH1440
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYB104K16

C
C
C
C
C

4167
4168
4169
4170
4171

(A,47,28)
(A,55,29)
(A,35,31)
(A,58,23)
(A,55,23)

CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYB103K50
CSZSR220M16
CSZSR220M16

C
C
C
C
C

4852
4853
4855
4856
4857

(A,124,32) 68F/6.3V
(A,122,31)
(A,134,30) 10F
(A,127,32)
(A,135,25)

CCH1440
CKSRYB104K16
CCG1138
CCSRCH102J50
CCSRCH681J50

C 4181

(A,51,21)

CSZSR220M16

C 4858

(A,138,30) 10F

CCG1138

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Part No.

C
C
C
C

4859
4860
4861
4862

(A,134,19)
(A,131,40)
(A,131,42)
(A,140,41)

CKSRYB224K16
CKSYF106Z10
CKSYF106Z10
CCSRCH100D50

C
C
C
C
C

4863
4864
4865
4866
4867

(A,136,41)
(A,143,42)
(A,141,41)
(A,147,47)
(A,144,53)

CKSRYB683K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB471K50
CKSRYB224K16
CKSRYB104K16

C
C
C
C
C

4868
4869
4870
4871
4872

(A,143,53)
(A,139,54)
(A,141,54)
(A,147,53)
(A,149,53)

CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB224K16
CKSRYB224K16
CKSRYB104K16

C
C
C
C
C

4873
4874
4875
4876
4877

(A,141,65)
(A,139,64)
(A,143,61)
(A,141,61)
(A,138,60)

CKSQYB105K16
CKSQYB474K25
CKSRYB104K16
CKSQYB474K25
CKSQYB105K16

C
C
C
C
C

4878
4879
4881
4882
4883

(A,131,53)
(A,134,54) 33F/10V
(A,136,65)
(A,128,53)
(A,146,67)

CKSRYB104K16
CCH1586
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF104Z25

C
C
C
C
C

4884
4885
4886
4887
4901

(A,137,53)
(A,142,37) 68F/6.3V
(A,150,58)
(A,147,58)
(A,92,15)

CKSRYB104K16
CCH1440
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF104Z25
CKSRYF104Z25

C
C
C
C
C

4902
4903
4904
4905
5001

(A,98,23)
(A,88,15)
(A,91,23)
(A,90,16)
(B,15,8)

CSZSR220M10
CFHXSQ562J16
CSZSR330M10
CKSRYB102K50
CKSRYB104K16

C
C
C
C
C

5002
5003
5004
5005
5006

(B,8,11)
(A,10,37)
(A,15,10)
(B,13,38)
(B,8,39)

CKSRYB105K6R3
CSZSR330M10
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16

C
C
C
C
C

5007
5008
5010
5011
5012

(B,15,43)
(B,16,45)
(A,15,16)
(B,5,41)
(B,10,41)

CKSRYB105K6R3
CKSQYB335K6R3
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB332K50
CKSRYB105K6R3

C
C
C
C
C

5013
5014
5015
5016
5017

(B,5,39)
(B,6,12)
(A,9,52)
(B,14,41)
(A,15,48)

CKSRYB152K50
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB473K50
CKSRYB103K50
CFHXSQ221J50

C
C
C
C
C

5018
5019
5020
5021
5022

(A,14,51)
(B,13,55) 10F
(B,9,57) 10F
(A,15,59)
(A,13,59)

CKSRYB473K50
CCG1138
CCG1138
CKSQYB105K16
CKSQYB105K16

C
C
C
C

5023
5024
5101
5102

(A,10,100) 22pF
(B,18,72)
(B,8,62)
(B,6,61)

CCG1214
CKSRYB223K50
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16

Keyboard Unit

Circuit Symbol and No.


Consists of
Keyboard PCB
Panel PCB

Part No.

BC
Unit Number:CWM9952(AVIC-N2/XU/UC)
Unit Number:CWM9951(AVIC-X1R/XU/EW)
Unit Name:Keyboard Unit
MISCELLANEOUS
IC 5501
D 5501
D 5504
D 5505
D 5509

(A,42,7) IC
(B,64,11) LED (EW)
(A,6,4) LED
(A,6,18) LED
(A,138,8) LED

SBX3050-01
CL-195SR-CD
CL-190UB2-X
CL-190UB2-X
CL-190UB2-X

D
D
D
D
D

5510
5512
5513
5514
5515

(A,29,8)
(A,78,5)
(A,77,5)
(A,90,5)
(A,53,5)

CL-190UB2-X
CL-195SR-CD
CL-195PG-CD
CL-195SR-CD
CL-195PG-CD

D
D
D
D
D

5516
5517
5518
5519
5520

(A,100,5) LED
(A,102,5) LED (EW)
(A,89,5) LED
(A,114,5) LED (EW)
(A,127,7) LED (EW)

CL-195PG-CD
CL-195SR-CD
CL-195PG-CD
CL-195SR-CD
CL-195SR-CD

D
D
D
D
D

5521
5522
5524
5526
5527

(A,113,5) LED
(A,125,7) LED
(A,21,12) LED
(A,150,17) LED
(B,39,6) Diode

CL-195PG-CD
CL-195PG-CD
CL-190UB2-X
CL-190UB2-X
UDZS6R8(B)

D
D
D
D
D

5529
5530
5531
5534
5536

(A,150,5) LED
(A,164,11) LED
(A,67,5) LED
(A,65,5) LED
(B,145,11) Diode (EW)

CL-190UB2-X
CL-190UB2-X
CL-195SR-CD
CL-195PG-CD
DAN202U

D
D
D
D
D

5537
5538
5540
5541
5542

(A,89,14) LED
(A,54,5) LED (EW)
(A,79,14) LED
(B,99,10) Diode
(B,67,10) Diode

CL-190UB2-X
CL-195SR-CD
CL-190UB2-X
1SS355
UDZS20(B)

D
S
S
S
S

5901
5501
5502
5503
5504

(A,61,4) LED
(A,118,4) Push Switch
(A,94,4) Push Switch
(A,105,4) Push Switch
(A,29,4) Push Switch

SML-010VT
CSG1111
CSG1111
CSG1111
CSG1111

S
S
S
S
S

5505
5506
5507
5508
5509

(A,58,4) Push Switch


(A,138,4) Push Switch
(A,126,4) Push Switch
(A,70,4) Push Switch
(A,82,4) Push Switch

CSG1111
CSG1111
CSG1111
CSG1111
CSG1111

S 5510
S 5511
S 5901

LED
LED (EW)
LED
LED (EW)
LED

(A,11,11) Encoder(VOLUME)CSD1106
(A,156,11) Switch(SELECT) CSX1075
(A,104,21) Push Switch
CSG1111

RESISTORS
F

R 5501
R 5502
R 5503

(B,97,6)
(A,147,11)
(A,101,8)

RS1/16SS121J
RS1/16S202J
RS1/16S392J

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

183
8

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

R 5504
R 5505

(A,96,6)
(A,60,6)

RS1/16S123J
RS1/16S122J

R 5598
R 5599

(B,66,14)
(B,61,10)

RS1/16S121J
RS1/16SS121J

R
R
R
R
R

5506
5507
5508
5509
5510

(A,25,4)
(A,134,3)
(B,22,14)
(B,24,14)
(B,93,11) (EW)

RS1/16S202J
RS1/16S122J
RS1/16S151J
RS1/16S151J
RS1/16SS181J

R 5904

(A,61,7)

RS1/16S151J

R
R
R
R
R

5511
5512
5513
5514
5515

(B,60,11)
(B,59,10)
(A,144,3)
(A,144,4)
(A,156,19)

RS1/16SS121J
RS1/16SS121J
RS1/16S202J
RS1/16S392J
RS1/16S123J

R
R
R
R
R

5516
5517
5518
5519
5520

(A,132,3)
(A,67,8)
(B,62,15)
(B,57,10)
(B,146,2)

RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S151J
RS1/16S820J
RS1/16SS121J
RS1/16S151J

R
R
R
R
R

5521
5522
5524
5525
5526

(B,144,3)
(B,98,6)
(B,145,7)
(B,51,10)
(B,97,11) (EW)

RS1/16S151J
RS1/16SS121J
RS1/16SS121J
RS1/16SS472J
RS1/16SS0R0J

R
R
R
R
R

5527
5528
5529
5530
5531

(B,95,11) (EW)
(B,94,11) (EW)
(B,92,5)
(B,95,6)
(B,30,14)

RS1/16SS181J
RS1/16SS181J
RS1/16SS181J
RS1/16SS121J
RS1/16S151J

R
R
R
R
R

5532
5533
5534
5535
5536

(B,96,6)
(A,133,5) (EW)
(B,144,7)
(B,48,4)
(B,146,7)

RS1/16SS121J
RS1/16S181J
RS1/16SS121J
RS1/16S470J
RS1/16SS121J

R
R
R
R
R

5537
5538
5539
5540
5541

(A,133,3) (EW)
(B,147,7)
(A,136,10) (EW)
(B,94,6)
(B,146,8)

RS1/16S181J
RS1/16SS121J
RS1/16S181J
RS1/16SS121J
RS1/16SS121J

R
R
R
R
R

5542
5543
5548
5549
5550

(A,138,12) (EW)
(B,55,10)
(A,129,6) (EW)
(A,148,11)
(B,22,10)

RS1/16S181J
RS1/16SS121J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S122J
RS1/16S392J

R
R
R
R
R

5558
5561
5563
5565
5566

(B,64,5)
(B,65,5)
(B,44,7)
(B,67,5)
(A,161,4)

RS1/16S121J
RS1/16S121J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S121J
RS1/16SS151J

R
R
R
R
R

5568
5573
5574
5575
5585

(A,160,4)
(B,68,5)
(B,96,11) (EW)
(B,27,14)
(A,72,6)

RS1/16SS151J
RS1/16S151J
RS1/16SS181J
RS1/16S151J
RS1/16S181J

R
R
R
R
R

5587
5588
5589
5590
5592

(B,25,12)
(B,28,12)
(B,146,4)
(A,159,5)
(B,62,13) (UC)

RS1/16S151J
RS1/16S151J
RS1/16S151J
RS1/16SS151J
RS1/16S150J

(A,140,12) (UC)
(B,68,13)
(B,65,14)

RS1/16S270J
RS1/16SS121J
RS1/16S820J

R 5593
R 5596
R 5597

CAPACITORS
C 5509
C 5516
C 5520

(B,36,3)
(B,36,5)
(A,42,3)

CSZSQ100M6R3
CKSRYB103K50
CKSYB106K6R3

P
Unit Number:CWX2960(AVIC-N2/XU/UC)
Unit Number:CWX2929(AVIC-X1R/XU/EW)
Unit Name:GPS Unit
MISCELLANEOUS
IC 401
IC 402
IC 441
IC 461
IC 501

IC
IC
IC
IC
IC

UPC2749T
UPB1027GS
NJM2100V
ADC12H034CIMSA
PD3390A

IC 502
IC 503
IC 504
IC 532

IC (EW)
IC (UC)
IC
IC
IC (EW)

PD6472A
PD6473A
M5M5V216ATP-70HI
MAX6364PUT29
LC72720YVS

Q
D
D
L
L

441
401
501
401
402

Transistor
Diode
Diode
Inductor
Inductor

2SB1132
1SV314
RB751V40
CTF1549
CTF1486

L
L
L
L
L

403
404
405
406
407

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1486
LCSA3N3R1608
LCYB22NJ1608
LCYB22NJ1608
CTF1410

L 409
L 410
L 412

Inductor (EW)
Inductor (UC)
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1410
CTF1556
LCTB1R0K2125
CTF1547
CTF1547

L
L
L
L
L

413
414
415
416
417

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1547
CTF1547
CTF1547
CTF1547
CTF1547

L
L
L
L
L

418
441
442
461
462

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1410
CTF1410
CTF1410
CTF1410
CTF1410

L
L
L
L
L

467
468
469
501
502

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1547
CTF1547
CTF1410
CTF1410
CTF1410

L 503
L 504
L 531

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1410
CTF1410
CTF1410

L 408

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

184
1

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

X 401
X 501

TCXO 16.368MHz
Radiator 32.768kHz

CWX2381
CSS1319

X 502
X 532
F 401

Radiator 20.00MHz
Radiator 4.332MHz (EW)
Filter

CSS1549
CSS1550
CTF1548

R
R
R
R
R

R
R
R
R
R

401
402
403
404
405

RS1/16SS472J
RS1/16SS472J
RS1/16SS122J
RS1/16SS622J
RS1/16SS100J

R
R
R
R
R

406
407
441
442
443

RS1/16S271J
RS1/16S2R2J
RN1/16SC10R0D
RN1/16SE1501D
RN1/16SE2402D

R
R
R
R
R

444
445
446
447
448

RN1/16SE3302D
RN1/16SE4702D
RN1/16SE4702D
RS1/16S432J
RN1/16SE1002D

R
R
R
R
R

449
450
451
452
454

RN1/16SE2202D
RN1/16SE3302D
RS1/16S103J
RS1/16SS102J
RS1/16SS102J

R
R
R
R
R

460
461
462
463
464

RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16SS102J
RS1/16SS102J
RAB4CQ102J
RAB4CQ333J

R
R
R
R
R

465
468
469
470
471

R
R
R
R
R

477
478
479
480
481

RS1/16SS222J
RS1/16SS222J
RS1/16SS222J
RS1/16SS332J
RS1/16SS332J

R
R
R
R
R

482
483
501
502
503

RS1/16SS223J
RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16SS0R0J
RS1/16SS102J
RS1/16SS154J

R 508

(EW)
(UC)

Circuit Symbol and No.


R 532
R 533

RESISTORS

(EW)
(EW)

RS1/16SS102J
RS1/16SS471J
RAB4CQ471J
RAB4CQ471J
RAB4CQ104J

R 509
R 510
R 511

RS1/16SS472J
RS1/16SS103J
RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16SS102J
RS1/16SS103J

R
R
R
R
R

512
513
514
515
517

RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16SS103J
RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16SS103J

R 519
R 521

RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16SS473J

534
535
536
537
538

Part No.

(EW)
(EW)
(UC)

RS1/16SS104J
RS1/16SS332J
RS1/16SS103J

(EW)
(EW)

RS1/16SS103J
RS1/16SS103J
RS1/16SS0R0J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16SS0R0J

CAPACITORS
C
C
C
C
C

401
402
403
404
405

CCSRCH100D50
CCSSCH101J50
CKSSYB104K10
CCSSCH101J50
CCSRUJ220J50

C
C
C
C
C

406
407
408
409
410

CCSRUJ220J50
CKSSYB333K16
CKSSYB182K50
CSZS100M6R3
CKSSYB103K16

C
C
C
C
C

411
412
413
414
415

CKSSYB102K50
CKSSYB102K50
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10

C
C
C
C
C

416
417
418
419
420

CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB102K50
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10

C
C
C
C
C

421
422
423
424
425

CKSSYB102K50
CKSSYB103K16
CKSSYB104K10
CCSRCH102J50
CCSRCH271J50

C
C
C
C
C

426
427
428
429
430

CCSRCH102J50
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB103K16
CCSRCH301J50
CCSSCH120J50

C
C
C
C
C

431
432
433
434
435

CCSRCH301J50
CKSSYB103K16
CCSRCH101J50
CKSSYB102K50
CKSSYB103K16

C
C
C
C
C

436
441
442
443
444

CKSSYB104K10
CKSRYB104K16
CCSRCH101J50
CKSRYB104K16
CKSSYB103K16

C
C
C
C
C

445
461
462
463
464

C
C
C
C
C

465
466
467
468
469

22F/6.3V

CKSSYB104K10
CCH1408
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSSYB103K16
CKSSYB103K16
CKSSYB103K16
CKSSYB103K16
CKSSYB104K10
CSZS100M10

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

185
8

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

Circuit Symbol and No.

C
C
C
C
C

470
471
501
502
503

CKSSYB104K10
CCSSCH101J50
CKSSYB104K10
CCSRCH150J50
CCSRCH150J50

C
C
C
C
C

504
506
507
508
509

CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10

C
C
C
C
C

511
512
514
515
516

CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10
CSZS100M6R3
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10

C
C
C
C
C

517
518
535
539
540

(EW)
(EW)
(EW)

CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10
CSZS100M6R3
CCSRCH100D50
CCSRCH100D50

C
C
C
C
C

541
542
543
544
545

(EW)
(EW)
(EW)
(EW)
(EW)

CCSRCH561J50
CKSSYB104K10
CSZS100M6R3
CCSRCH331J50
CKSSYB104K10

D
Unit Number:CWX2941
MISCELLANEOUS

Part No.

D 1101
D 1102

Diode
Diode

1SS355
1SS355

D
D
L
L
L

1301
1302
1301
1302
1303

Diode
Chip LED
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

UDZ2R7(B)
CL205IRXTU
CTF1409
CTF1394
CTF1395

L
L
L
L
L

1305
1504
1505
1506
1507

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1409
CTF1394
CTF1409
CTF1473
CTF1473

L
L
L
L
L

1508
1509
1510
1518
1520

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1473
CTF1399
CTF1409
CTF1385
CTF1399

L
L
L
L
L

1522
1605
1701
1702
1703

Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor
Inductor

CTF1395
CTF1379
CTF1395
CTF1409
CTF1473

Inductor
Radiator 27MHz
Ceramic Resonator 4.97MHz
Semi-Fixed 2.2k(B)

CTF1473
CSS1609
CSS1575
CCP1444

L 1704
X 1501
X 1701
VR1502

RESISTORS

Unit Name:DVD Core Unit(MS3)

IC 1101
IC 1201
IC 1202
IC 1301
IC 1401

IC
IC
IC
IC
IC

AN8703FH
BA5985FM
AN8471SAT1
MNZS26EDCUB
TC74LCX245FT

IC 1402
IC 1403
IC 1405
IC 1501
IC 1502

IC
IC
IC
IC
IC

TC7SH04FU
TC74LCX244FT
TC74LCX244FT
K4S641632H-TC75
TC74VCX74FT

IC 1503
IC 1504
IC 1505
IC 1507
IC 1602

IC
IC
IC
IC
IC

MN677531KAUB
TC74VCX74FT
TC7PA04FU
SM8707FV
NJM2100M

IC 1604
IC 1605
IC 1701
IC 1702
IC 1705

IC
IC
IC
IC
IC

NJM2100V
PCM1742KE
PE5395B
M5M5V216ATP-70HI
PD6474B

IC 1706
Q 1101
Q 1102
Q 1103
Q 1104

IC
Transistor
Transistor
Transistor
Transistor

TC7SH08FU
2SB1260
2SB1260
UN2211
2SB709A

Q 1105
Q 1201
Q 1501

Transistor
Transistor
Transistor

2SD601A
DTC124EU
2SA1037K

R
R
R
R
R

1101
1102
1103
1104
1105

RS1/16SS101J
RS1/16SS3R9J
RS1/16SS3R9J
RS1/16SS3R9J
RS1/16SS3R9J

R
R
R
R
R

1106
1107
1108
1109
1110

RS1/16SS330J
RS1/16SS3R9J
RS1/16SS3R9J
RS1/16SS3R9J
RS1/16SS3R9J

R
R
R
R
R

1111
1112
1113
1124
1125

RS1/16SS272J
RS1/16SS472J
RS1/16SS102J
RS1/16SS273J
RS1/16SS273J

R
R
R
R
R

1126
1130
1131
1132
1133

RS1/16SS224J
RS1/16SS0R0J
RS1/16SS0R0J
RS1/16SS0R0J
RS1/16S2402D

R
R
R
R
R

1134
1135
1140
1141
1142

RS1/16S1002D
RS1/16S2702D
RS1/16SS105J
RS1/16SS105J
RS1/16SS105J

R
R
R
R
R

1151
1152
1201
1202
1203

RS1/16SS103J
RS1/16SS103J
RS1/16SS221J
RS1/16SS393J
RS1/16SS303J

R 1205

RS1/16SS0R0J

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

186
1

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

R
R
R
R

1206
1209
1210
1211

RS1/16SS102J
RS1/16SS221J
RS1/16SS393J
RS1/16SS393J

R
R
R
R

1383
1391
1392
1393

RS1/16SS103J
RS1/16SS103J
RS1/16SS103J
RS1/16SS103J

R
R
R
R
R

1212
1213
1214
1215
1216

RS1/16SS393J
RS1/16SS393J
RS1/16SS221J
RS1/16SS1R0J
RS1/16SS1R0J

R
R
R
R
R

1394
1395
1396
1401
1403

RS1/16SS471J
RS1/16SS0R0J
RS1/16SS0R0J
RS1/16SS101J
RAB4CQ220J

R
R
R
R
R

1218
1219
1220
1221
1222

RS1/16SS221J
RS1/16SS221J
RS1/16SS221J
RS1/16SS822J
RS1/16SS822J

R
R
R
R
R

1404
1405
1406
1407
1408

RAB4CQ220J
RAB4CQ220J
RAB4CQ220J
RS1/16SS220J
RS1/16SS103J

R
R
R
R
R

1223
1224
1225
1226
1227

RS1/16SS822J
RS1/16SS563J
RS1/16SS243J
RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16SS473J

R
R
R
R
R

1409
1410
1411
1412
1413

RS1/16SS820J
RS1/16SS820J
RAB4CQ0R0J
RS1/16SS100J
RS1/16SS820J

R
R
R
R
R

1228
1229
1230
1232
1233

RS1/16SS1R0J
RS1/16SS1R0J
RS1/16SS1R0J
RS1/16SS822J
RS1/16SS243J

R
R
R
R
R

1414
1415
1418
1421
1423

RAB4CQ820J
RS1/16SS103J
RS1/16SS221J
RS1/16SS221J
RS1/16SS221J

R
R
R
R
R

1234
1235
1236
1237
1301

RS1/16S391J
RS1/16S471J
RS1/16SS513J
RS1/16SS513J
RS1/16SS222J

R
R
R
R
R

1424
1425
1426
1501
1502

RS1/16SS221J
RAB4CQ221J
RAB4CQ221J
RS1/16SS220J
RAB4CQ220J

R
R
R
R
R

1321
1322
1323
1324
1334

RS1/16SS104J
RS1/16SS0R0J
RS1/16SS221J
RS1/16SS221J
RS1/16SS221J

R
R
R
R
R

1503
1504
1505
1508
1512

RS1/16S101J
RAB4CQ220J
RS1/16S101J
RAB4CQ220J
RAB4CQ220J

R
R
R
R
R

1336
1337
1338
1339
1340

RS1/16SS103J
RS1/16SS103J
RS1/16SS472J
RS1/16SS273J
RS1/16SS472J

R
R
R
R
R

1518
1522
1523
1527
1533

RAB4CQ220J
RAB4CQ220J
RS1/16S0R0J
RAB4CQ220J
RS1/16SS201J

R
R
R
R
R

1341
1342
1344
1349
1350

RS1/16SS273J
RS1/16SS273J
RS1/16SS273J
RS1/16SS562J
RS1/16SS242J

R
R
R
R
R

1534
1538
1539
1542
1543

RAB4CQ220J
RAB4CQ220J
RS1/16SS221J
RS1/16SS103J
RS1/16SS680J

R
R
R
R
R

1352
1353
1360
1361
1362

RS1/16S2702D
RS1/16SS102J
RS1/16SS153J
RS1/16SS105J
RS1/16SS473J

R
R
R
R
R

1544
1545
1549
1550
1551

RS1/16SS0R0J
RS1/16SS0R0J
RS1/16SS0R0J
RS1/16SS0R0J
RS1/16SS0R0J

R
R
R
R
R

1363
1364
1365
1367
1369

RS1/16SS101J
RS1/16SS123J
RS1/16SS101J
RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16SS473J

R
R
R
R
R

1552
1553
1554
1555
1556

RS1/16SS471J
RS1/16S68R0D
RS1/16SS471J
RS1/16SS0R0J
RS1/16SS750J

R
R
R
R
R

1375
1376
1377
1378
1379

RS1/16SS103J
RS1/16SS103J
RS1/16SS103J
RS1/16SS103J
RS1/16SS103J

R
R
R
R
R

1557
1558
1559
1560
1561

RS1/16SS0R0J
RS1/16SS622J
RAB4CQ0R0J
RS1/16SS122J
RS1/16SS162J

R 1380

RS1/16SS103J

R 1562

RS1/16SS0R0J

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
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187
8

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

R
R
R
R

1563
1564
1565
1566

RS1/16SS4R7J
RAB4CQ0R0J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S101J

R
R
R
R

1716
1717
1718
1720

RS1/16SS221J
RS1/16SS104J
RS1/16SS104J
RS1/16SS104J

R
R
R
R
R

1567
1568
1569
1570
1571

RAB4CQ0R0J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S101J
RS1/16S220J

R
R
R
R
R

1721
1722
1723
1724
1725

RS1/16SS104J
RS1/16SS104J
RS1/16SS104J
RS1/16SS222J
RS1/16SS223J

R
R
R
R
R

1572
1573
1574
1575
1576

RAB4CQ0R0J
RS1/16SS473J
RAB4CQ0R0J
RAB4CQ0R0J
RAB4CQ0R0J

R
R
R
R
R

1726
1727
1728
1730
1731

RS1/16SS104J
RS1/16SS104J
RS1/16SS104J
RS1/16SS221J
RS1/16SS104J

R
R
R
R
R

1577
1578
1579
1587
1595

RAB4CQ0R0J
RS1/16SS472J
RS1/16SS101J
RS1/16SS101J
RS1/16SS472J

R
R
R
R
R

1732
1733
1734
1735
1736

RS1/16SS0R0J
RS1/16SS104J
RS1/16SS221J
RS1/16SS104J
RS1/16SS104J

R
R
R
R
R

1596
1597
1598
1601
1602

RS1/16SS472J
RS1/16SS104J
RS1/16SS270J
RS1/16SS821J
RS1/16SS821J

R
R
R
R
R

1737
1738
1739
1740
1741

RS1/16SS104J
RS1/16SS104J
RS1/16SS330J
RS1/16SS0R0J
RS1/16SS0R0J

R
R
R
R
R

1603
1604
1605
1606
1607

RS1/16SS0R0J
RS1/16SS0R0J
RS1/16SS102J
RS1/16SS102J
RS1/16SS222J

R
R
R
R
R

1742
1746
1748
1749
1750

RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16SS104J
RS1/16SS104J
RS1/16SS103J
RS1/16SS473J

R
R
R
R
R

1608
1609
1610
1611
1612

RS1/16SS222J
RS1/16SS472J
RS1/16SS472J
RS1/16SS472J
RS1/16SS472J

R
R
R
R
R

1751
1752
1753
1754
1756

RS1/16SS103J
RS1/16SS104J
RS1/16SS104J
RS1/16SS104J
RS1/16SS104J

R
R
R
R
R

1613
1614
1615
1616
1626

RS1/16SS103J
RS1/16SS103J
RS1/16SS472J
RS1/16SS472J
RS1/16SS0R0J

R
R
R
R
R

1757
1758
1759
1760
1761

RS1/16SS472J
RS1/16SS104J
RS1/16SS104J
RS1/16S1002D
RS1/16SS105J

R
R
R
R
R

1627
1628
1637
1638
1642

RS1/16SS0R0J
RS1/16SS0R0J
RS1/16SS104J
RS1/16SS104J
RS1/16SS221J

R
R
R
R
R

1762
1763
1764
1765
1767

RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16SS104J
RS1/16SS104J
RS1/16SS104J
RS1/16SS104J

R
R
R
R
R

1643
1645
1647
1648
1649

RS1/16SS221J
RS1/16SS0R0J
RS1/16SS221J
RS1/16SS221J
RS1/16SS101J

R
R
R
R
R

1768
1769
1770
1771
1773

RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16SS104J
RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16SS103J

R
R
R
R
R

1650
1651
1653
1656
1701

RS1/16SS101J
RS1/16SS101J
RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16SS102J
RS1/16SS473J

R
R
R
R
R

1790
1792
1794
1795
1796

RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16SS0R0J
RS1/16SS222J
RS1/16SS104J
RS1/16SS473J

R
R
R
R
R

1704
1706
1707
1708
1714

RS1/16SS473J
RS1/16SS104J
RS1/16SS221J
RS1/16SS221J
RS1/16SS221J

R
R
R
R
R

1797
1798
1801
1802
1803

RS1/16SS104J
RS1/16SS104J
RS1/16SS104J
RS1/16SS104J
RS1/16SS104J

R 1715

RS1/16SS473J

R 1804

RS1/16SS102J

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

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1

Circuit Symbol and No.


R 1805

Part No.
RS1/16SS102J

CAPACITORS
C
C
C
C
C

1101
1102
1103
1104
1105

CSZSC470M16
CSZSR470M6R3
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB103K16
CSZSR101M6R3

C
C
C
C
C

1106
1107
1108
1109
1110

CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB103K16
CKSSYB104K10
CKSRYB473K25
CKSRYB473K25

C
C
C
C
C

1111
1112
1113
1114
1121

CKSSYB103K16
CKSRYB105K10
CKSRYB105K10
CKSSYB103K16
CKSSYB221K50

C
C
C
C
C

1122
1124
1125
1126
1127

CKSRYB393K16
CKSSYB221K50
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10

C
C
C
C
C

1128
1129
1132
1133
1134

CKSRYB472K50
CKSSYB104K10
CKSRYB561K50
CKSRYB561K50
CKSRYB273K16

C
C
C
C
C

1135
1136
1137
1138
1139

CKSSYB473K10
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10

C
C
C
C
C

1201
1204
1205
1206
1207

CKSSYB104K10
CEV101M16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50

C
C
C
C
C

1208
1209
1213
1214
1215

CCSSCH5R0C50
CCSSCH470J50
CKSRYB104K25
CKSRYB104K25
CKSSYB104K10

C
C
C
C
C

1216
1217
1218
1221
1301

CSZSC470M16
CKSRYB104K25
CSZSC470M16
CKSRYB104K25
CKSSYB104K10

C
C
C
C
C

1302
1303
1304
1305
1306

CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB224K6R3
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB224K6R3
CKSSYB471K50

C
C
C
C
C

1307
1308
1309
1310
1311

CKSSYB104K10
CKSRYB224K10
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB103K16

C 1312

CKSSYB103K16

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

C
C
C
C

1313
1314
1315
1316

CKSSYB104K10
CKSRYB224K10
CKSRYB102K50
CKSRYB393K16

C
C
C
C
C

1317
1318
1319
1320
1329

CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB103K16
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB103K16
CKSSYB104K10

C
C
C
C
C

1330
1331
1332
1333
1334

CKSRYB183K25
CCSSCH470J50
CKSRYB224K10
CKSRYB224K10
CKSRYB102K50

C
C
C
C
C

1335
1336
1337
1338
1339

CKSSYB562K25
CKSSYB104K10
CKSRYB102K50
CKSRYB102K50
CKSRYB102K50

C
C
C
C
C

1340
1341
1342
1343
1344

CKSSYB104K10
CCSSCH101J50
CKSRYB391K50
CKSRYB471K50
CKSRYB331K50

C
C
C
C
C

1346
1347
1348
1349
1350

CKSRYB224K10
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10

C
C
C
C
C

1351
1352
1401
1402
1403

CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10
CCSSCH181J25
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10

C
C
C
C
C

1404
1406
1501
1502
1503

CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10
CKSRYB224K10
CKSRYB224K10
CKSRYB224K10

C
C
C
C
C

1504
1505
1507
1508
1510

CKSRYB224K10
CKSRYB224K10
CKSRYB224K10
CKSRYB224K10
CSZSC101M10

C
C
C
C
C

1513
1514
1515
1516
1517

CKSRYB224K10
CKSRYB224K10
CKSRYB224K10
CKSRYB224K10
CKSRYB224K10

C
C
C
C
C

1518
1519
1520
1521
1522

CKSRYB224K10
CKSRYB224K10
CKSRYB224K10
CKSRYB224K10
CKSRYB224K10

C
C
C
C
C

1523
1524
1525
1526
1527

CKSRYB224K10
CKSRYB224K10
CKSSYB104K10
CKSRYB224K10
CKSRYB224K10

C 1528

CKSSYB104K10

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189
8

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

Circuit Symbol and No.

C
C
C
C

1529
1530
1531
1532

CKSRYB224K10
CKSRYB224K10
CKSSYB471K50
CKSSYB104K10

C
C
C
C

C
C
C
C
C

1533
1534
1535
1538
1539

CKSSYB104K10
CKSRYB224K10
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10
CKSRYB105K10

C 1724
C 1727

C
C
C
C
C

1540
1542
1543
1544
1547

CKSRYB105K10
CKSSYB104K10
CSZS4R7M16
CKSSYB104K10
CSZSR330M10

C
C
C
C
C

1548
1549
1550
1551
1552

CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10

C
C
C
C
C

1554
1555
1556
1557
1558

CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10

C
C
C
C
C

1559
1560
1562
1563
1564

CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10

C
C
C
C
C

1566
1567
1605
1606
1609

CCSSCH7R0D50
CCSSCH7R0D50
CKSSYB471K50
CKSSYB471K50
CKSRYB104K16

C
C
C
C
C

1610
1611
1612
1615
1616

CKSRYB224K10
CSZSR100M16
CKSQYB225K10
CCSRCH471J50
CCSRCH471J50

C
C
C
C
C

1617
1618
1619
1641
1650

CCSRCH471J50
CCSRCH471J50
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSYB475K16

C
C
C
C
C

1651
1676
1701
1702
1703

CKSYB475K16
CSZSR100M10
CKSRYB224K10
CKSRYB224K10
CKSRYB224K10

C
C
C
C
C

1706
1707
1708
1710
1711

CKSRYB224K10
CKSRYB224K10
CKSSYB471K50
CKSRYB224K10
CKSSYB103K16

C
C
C
C
C

1712
1713
1716
1717
1718

CKSSYB103K16
CKSRYB224K10
CKSRYB224K10
CKSSYB104K10
CKSRYB224K10

C 1719

CKSSYB104K10

1720
1721
1722
1723

Part No.
CKSRYB224K10
CKSSYB104K10
CKSRYB224K10
CKSRYB224K10
CKSSYB103K16
CKSSYB224K6R3

E
Unit Number:CWX3154
Unit Name:Compound Unit(A)
Q
S
S
S
S

1299
1201
1202
1203
1204

S 1205
R 1298
R 1299

Photo-taransistor
Spring Switch(12cm)
Spring Switch(8cm)
Spring Switch(DISC SENS)
Spring Switch(DISC SENS)

CPT231SCTD
CSN1069
CSN1069
CSN1069
CSN1070

Spring Switch(8cm)

CSN1070
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S0R0J

F
Unit Number:CWX3156
Unit Name:Compound Unit(B)
S 1206

Switch(CLAMP)

CSN1051

M
Unit Number:CZW3087
Unit Name:Main Unit
MISCELLANEOUS
IC 3801
IC 3802
IC 3803
IC 3804
IC 3805

IC
IC
IC
IC
Photo-interrupter

BA00AST
BA6247FP
TA78L05F
TC7S14FU
GP2L24B

Q
Q
Q
D
D

Transistor
Transistor
Transistor
Diode
Diode

DTC124EU
2SA1037K
DTC124EU
UDZS5R6(B)
1SS355

Inductor
Inductor

LCTA150J2520
LCTA150J2520

3801
3802
3803
3801
3802

L 3801
L 3802

RESISTORS
R
R
R
R
R

3801
3802
3803
3804
3805

RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S222J
RS1/16S471J
RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S102J

R
R
R
R
R

3806
3807
3808
3809
3810

RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S103J
RS1/16S222J
RS1/16S222J

R 3811
R 3812

RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S102J

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

190
1

Circuit Symbol and No.

Part No.

R 3813
R 3814
R 3815

RS1/16S472J
RS1/16S102J
RS1/16S0R0J

R
R
R
R
R

3816
3817
3818
3819
3821

RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S473J
RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16S473J

R 3822
R 3823

RS1/16S512J
RS1/16S0R0J

CAPACITORS
C
C
C
C
C

3801
3802
3803
3804
3805

CKSQYB105K16
CKSQYB105K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16

C
C
C
C
C

3806
3807
3808
3809
3810

CKSRYB223K50
CKSRYB223K50
CEVW101M16
CEVW101M16
CKSRYB104K16

C
C
C
C
C

3811
3812
3813
3815
3819

CEV100M16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB102K50
CKSQYB104K50
CEVW101M16

N
Unit Number:CZW3088
Unit Name:SW Unit
S 3831
S 3832

Switch (ANGLE)
Switch (LIFT)

CSN1052
CSN1052
D

O
Unit Number:CZW3089
Unit Name:Volume Unit
VR3841

Rotary (Angle sense)

CCW1025

Miscellaneous Parts List


M
M
M
M

1
2
3
3001

M
M
M
M

3002
100
101
102

Pickup Unit(Service)(DP5)
Motor Unit(LOADING)
Motor Unit(CARRIAGE)
Motor(SPINDLE)
Motor Unit(Position)

CXX1915
CXC4659
CXC4314
CXM1308
CXB9515

Motor Unit(Angle)
Fan Motor
Fan Motor
Fan Motor
LCD Panel

CXB9516
CXM1284
CXM1289
CXM1293
CWX3056

LCD

CAW1870

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8

6. ADJUSTMENT
6.1 JIG CONNECTION DIAGRAM
A

*1) After connecting the Hideaway Unit, please perform adjustment.

- JIG's List
D

Function
CC Unit (CN609) <--> Main Unit (CN3801)
CC Unit (CN609) <--> GGF1461
CC Unit (CN609) <--> GGF1461
CC Unit (CN608) <--> Monitor PCB (CN4002)
CC Unit (CN2701) <--> Panel PCB (CN5901)
Monitor PCB (CN4002) <--> GGF1483
Monitor Adjustment PCB (*2)
JIG connector Assy (*2)
Monitor PCB ("FOR SERVICE" 14P terminal) <--> GGF1463 (*2)
TEST DISC (Operation check)

*2) Since this product does not have OSD IC, OSD for adjustment is displayed by using GGF1416 and GGF1463
at the time of monitor adjustment. As you will find lands for 14 pins with 0.8mm pitch at the left top part of
the monitor board, directly solder a flexible PCB of GGD1323 for adjustment. As GGD1322 is not used, be
careful not to short the terminal.

Name
PCB
40P FFC
20P FFC
PCB
18P FFC
36P FFC
PCB
PCB and FFC
14P FFC
CD-ROM or DVD-ROM

Jig No.
GGF1461
GGD1170
GGD1209
GGF1483
GGD1208
GGD1366
GGF1416
GGF1463
GGD1323
GGV1137

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6.2 DVD ADJUSTMENT


A

1) Precautions
This product uses 5V and 3.3V as standard voltages.
The electrical potential that is the reference for signals,
is not GND, but
2.2V) and VHALF
.
During product adjustments, if the reference voltage is
mistakenly taken as GND,
a grounding contact is
made, not only
it
to
the
accurate
also the
would malfunction, resulting in the application of a
strong impact on the pick up. The
precautionary measures
adhered to, in order to
The reference voltage and GND should not be confused
when using the minus probe of a measurement device.
When an
is being used special care should
be
the reference
is not
connected to the
of ch1 (on the minus side),
to GND. Further,
the body frame of most measurement
have the same
as
surement device should be set to floating ground.

If the r
take,

voltage is
to GND by misthe regulator OFF i
, or turn the
F.
Remove the filters and wires used for measurements
.
After the power supply is turned on,
ON the
adjustment and measurement are promptly
done.

e
will not take any protective
For
reason,
special
be
to m
no
mechanical or
shock could be applied to the

the
key is pressed to eject the disk,
no
other
,
be
pressed until the disk eject action has
completed.
Press the EJECT key only after the disk has stopped
.
If the product hangs up turn the power OFF immediately.

didoes may be damaged, if the volume switch for


C

Attention)
Test mode starting procedure
Please select "MS3 check" (page 230) to start test mode.

(Additional Information)
IP-BUS slave unit (i.e. Multi-CD changer) test mode starting procedure.

To enter the test mode

While pressing the SOURCE and ANGLE- keys at the same time, reset.
Key Assign table

AVIC-N2/XU/UC or AVIC-X1R/XU//EW
UP
DOWN
LEFT
RIGHT
BAND
REAR
WIDE
ENT
ANGLEANGLE+
EQ

MAIN UNIT KEY (6 keys type)


UP
DOWN
LEFT
RIGHT
BAND
1
2
3
4
5
6

* Refer to service manual for adjustment of the slave unit.

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- Front-End test mode flow chart

Test mode In

Start test mode


Note 1: At this stage select the media type. Various settings are carried out
according to the media selection made here.
Note 2: While measurements are being taken, only the operation, for which
the measurement is being taken, is allowed.
Note 3: Reproduction (play) speed is selectable from
DVD: x 1CLV x 1.3CLV, CD x 2CLV
[3]

Set source to DVD


TEST

[1]

[2]

FE
test mode

EDC1
mode

EDC2
mode

0X00 0000

[2] : DVD, single-layer

[1]

[2]~[5]

Power On

FE offset coefficient
TE offset coefficient
AS offset coefficient
ENV offset coefficient
TG offset coefficient
DBALt coefficient

0FFF 0000

[BACK]

FBAL Coefficient(Layer0)
FBAL Coefficient(Layer1)
Focus Gain Coefficient(Layer0)
Focus Gain Coefficient(Layer1)
Tracking Gain Coefficient(Layer0)
Tracking Gain Coefficient(Layer1)
AS normalization adjustment feature
(Layer0)
AS normalization adjustment feature
(Layer1)

[4]

[6]

[5]

CRG +

CRG

LD_ON

CRG_HOME

1B00 0000

1C00 0000

LD_ON :1100 0000


LD_OFF:1000 0000

1D00 0000

2000 0000

Power Off
TBAL Coefficient(Layer 0)
TBAL Coefficient(Layer 1)
TE normalization feature
(Layer0)
TE normalization feature
(Layer1)

[3]

Focus Search
Focus close
adjustment 1100 0000 [2]
Focus Search
1FFF 0000
Stop
[1]
T.Bal and
other
adjustments

Layer L0:2000 0000


Layer L1:2100 0000

2FFF 0000

[BACK]

3000 0000

Power Off

Power Off

[1]
Error Rate
measurement
(Note 2)

Error Rate
Focus Gain Coefficient(Layer0)
Focus Gain Coefficient(Layer1)
Tracking Gain Coefficient(Layer0)
Tracking Gain Coefficient(Layer1)
AS normalization adjustment feature
(Layer0)
AS normalization adjustment feature
(Layer1)

[2]

CRG

DVD x 1CLV
DVD x 1.3CLV
CD x 2CLV
4X00 0000

Tracking close condition

Operation while key is being pushed.


3C00 0000

[5]

Reproduction
speed switching
(Note 3)

Operation while key is being pushed.


2C00 0000

Focus close condition 2

[4]

CRG +

Focus close condition 1

CRG

Operation while key is being pushed.


2B00 0000

Operation while key is being pushed.


3B00 0000

4X00 0000

[4]

CRG +

[3]

[1]

Tracking close
adjustment
3FFF 0000
4000 0000

[BACK]

[3]

[2]
Focus Jump

[3][4]

[6]

Focus Jump

T. Jump
+/

ID Search
4A00 0000

Layer L0:4X00 0000


Layer L1:4X00 0000

RIGHT
BACK/TEXT
~

FE MAX level
FE MIN level
AS MAX level
ENV MAX level
FE normalization feature
Spindle gain coefficient
TEMAX level
TEMIN level

[5] : CD-RW

Power on condition

[2]

[1]

Power Off

[4] : CD

Eject

0000 0000
1A00 0000

1X00 0000

[BACK]

Disc Type
(Note 1)

[3] : DVD, dual-layer

Power off condition

[6]

ID
specification

ID display

[5]
ID
Search Start

[7]
Tracking
Open

Jump+:
4B00 0000

[3]

Track number
specification
Trac k
number
display

[4]

Jump start

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EDC1
mode

EDC2
mode
0000 0000

0000 0000

[2]

[1]

Layer 0
selected

[2]

[1]

Layer 1
selected

0000 0000
1003 0000

Layer 0
selected

Layer 1
selected

0000 0000
1003 0000

0100 0000
1103 0000

0100 0000
1103 0000

[1]~[4]

[1]~[4]

ID
designation

Layer0:10** ****
Layer1:11** ****
** ****: ID specification value

ID
designation

Layer0:10** ****
Layer1:11** ****
** ****: ID specification value

B
[5]

[5]

EDC1 start

Layer0:20** ****
Layer1:21** ****
** ****: Present ID value

EDC2 start

Layer0:20** ****
Layer1:21** ****
** ****: Present ID value

F-close and F-search cannot be executed, unless LD-ON is set.


[If F-close isn't executed within 9 seconds after LD-ON, it switches to LD-OFF automatically.
And even if F-search is executed within 9 seconds after LD-ON, it also switches to LD-OFF.]
Please carry out F-close after carrying out power-off at once and carrying out power-on again,
when carrying out F-close after performing F-search.

The track number designation is selected from the track numbers already prepared for selection.
Switching to cyclic operation is made at step REAR, and the decision is finalized (entered) in step BACK/TEXT.
C

For CD: Tracks 1, 4, 10, 11 and 32.


For DVD: Tracks 1, 4, 10, 11, 32, 64 and 100.
Method for designating an ID address:

and LEFT. Numerical UP/DOWN operations are performed


through commands REAR and BACK/TEXT. The decision is finalized (entered) with command ATT.

Display
Error Code List
Error status from
DVD microcomputer

Contents

Display

0X50

Mecha. error

No display

0X40

No disc

No display

0X30

Thermal Protection in Motion

0X20

Read error

Error-02-XX

0XE2

Non-playable disc

NON-PLAY
AY
AY
YABLE
ABLE DISC

0X90

Different region disc

0XFF

Undefined error

Error-FF

)
Error Code

Contents

Display

0X99

Data cannot read

Please confirm the disc

0X80

The address cannot be found Please confirm the disc

0X90

Focus error

Please confirm the disc

0X91

Spindle lock NG

DVD is stopping because mechanism detected abnormality

0X92

Carriage home NG

DVD is stopping because mechanism detected abnormality

0X93

FOK error

Please confirm the disc

0X94

ID/Subcode cannot be read

Please confirm the disc

0X95

High spindle rotation

DVD is stopping because mechanism detected abnormality

0X96

Row spindle rotation

DVD is stopping because mechanism detected abnormality

0X98

TOC cannot be found

Please confirm the disc

0X9A

AV chip error

DVD is stopping because mechanism detected abnormality

0X9B

RecaveryNG(BE)

DVD is stopping because mechanism detected abnormality

0X9C

Play state error

0X9D

Disc data error

0X9E

Serface error
(Disc distinction is improper)

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Skew adjustment
The skew adjustment is to adjust the pickup and the flatness of the disc so that the beam from the pickup
continues to go to the disc vertically. In MS3 mecha, the pickup shaft on the inner track near the carriage
motor is fixed, so the fixed position is regarded as the standard and the flatness is adjusted. Observing the
RF waveform on the oscilloscope, repeat the adjustment on the inner track position and the outer track position,
and narrow the adjusted value.

If any of the following replacements have been performed on the system, adjustments for pick up,
must be conducted:
1. Pick up unit replacement
2. Spindle motor replacement
3. Carriage chassis replacement
4. Pick up unit main shaft replacement
5. Pick up unit sub-shaft replacement
B

Measurement device and tools : Oscilloscope


Allen key wrench
40-pin flexible extension (GGD1170)
Screw rock(GYL1001)
: GGV1018
Disk used
: GND1
Measurement reference
: RFOUT
Measurement point
Connection diagram
DVD core unit(MS3)
C

IC1101
Oscilloscope

RFOUT
D

IC1706

GND1

COMPO
GNDV

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Symptoms in case of poor adjustment: Error efficiency deteriorated: 10 -3 (Optimum value: 10-4 or lower)
High jitter of the RF signal RF waveform deformed
Unstable operation in tracking closing and servo control
Caution: Avoid exposing your eyes to laser beams for a long time.
Preparation for adjustment: Clean both ends of the shafts.
Use brand new skew screws supplied with the service kit GXX1234.

Procedures:
1. Place the DVD mechanism module upside down.
To avoid the disc from being robbed when it is turned upside down, first put a coin of about 1.5 mm on the table,
then turn the disc upside down and set it so that the 1 in the figure comes to the point immediately above
the coin.
2. After replacing the pickup (by referring to the procedures of "Removing the Pickup."), roughly adjust the three
skew screws through visual check so that the pickup is mounted in parallel to the CRG chassis around the inner
and outer tacks.
3. Connect an oscilloscope as shown in the connecting diagram.
4. Turn on the power of the product. Load the test disc (GGV1018).
5. In the front-end test mode, set the disc type to DVD layer 1. Then, turn on the power. Move the pickup toward
the inner tracks.
6. Turn on the laser diodes.
7. With the focus servo closed, complete all automatic adjustments. Close the tracking servo, and then complete all
automatic adjustments.
8 Follow the next procedures, from 8-1 to 8-5, and adjust the (three) skew screws.
8-1 Move the pickup toward the inner track and turn the skew adjustment screw C so that the RF level of
oscilloscope becomes the maximum.
(Tangential adjustment at the inner track position: Adjust the flatness of the disc at the inner track position with
the adjustment screw C)
8-2 Move the pickup toward the outer track and turn the skew adjustment screw B so that the RF level becomes
the maximum.
(Tangential adjustment at the outer track position: Adjust the flatness of the disc at the outer track position with
the adjustment screw B)
8-3 Leave the pickup at the outer track position and turn the skew adjustment screws A and B in the same direction
alternately one quarter at a time (ABAB ) so that the RF level becomes the maximum.
(Radial adjustment at the outer track position: Keeping the flatness at the outer track position, adjust the flatness
of the whole disk with the adjustment screws A and B)
8-4 Move the pickup toward the inner track and turn the skew adjustment screw C so that the RF level becomes
the maximum.
(Tangential adjustment at the inner track position: Adjust the flatness of the disc at the inner track position with
the djustment screw C)
8-5 Repeat the steps from 8-2 to 8-4 three times, and adjust at the position where the RF level becomes the
maximum.
9. Turn off the power in the test mode. After confirming that the disc has stopped, eject the disc.
10. Adjust with a screw rock the shaft and skew adjustment screw to the same state as initial one.
Skew adj. screw

Skew adj. screw

Apply glue

Prevent applied glue


Shaft
from extending beyond this position.

Prevent applied glue


from extending beyond this position.

C
1
B

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- Back end section check flow chart


A

Start

Are all
reproduced images and
sounds normal?

NO

YES

Is the F.E. section


normal?

Go to the F.E.
section check

NO

YES
Are all
power supply
voltages

NG

OK
Are all
clocks operating
normally?

NG

C
OK
Is
the
streaming I/F

NG

OK
Is the audio
circuit operating normally?

NG

OK
Is
the video
circuit operating
normally?

NG

OK
Is
SDRAM
I/F operating
normally?

NG

OK

Is
the microprocessor
operating normally?

Repair or replace
any defective unit

NO

All checks normal?

YES

Check
completed

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Check 1: Are all power supply voltages normal?


A

Reproduce DVD-REF-A1 Title 1.


Verify the voltage of the sensing pin.
If results are not satisfactory, check to see if there are any problems with the resin flux cored solder,
parts and components.

NO.

Verification location

Rated value

Unit

VD8-PGND

80.4

VD33-GND

3.30.3

SRVDD33-GND

3.30.3

VCC5-GND

50.25

AVCC5-GND

50.3

VCC33-GND

3.30.15

VCC18-GND

1.80.15

VCC25-GND

2.50.2

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Check 2: Are all clocks operating normally?


Reproduce DVD-REF-A1 Title 1.
Checks are to be conducted with a GND reference.
If locations listed under "verification location 2", can be verified, there will be no need to perform verifications
for the locations listed under "verification location 1."
If the result is not satisfactory, check to see if there are any problems with the resin flux cored solder,
parts and components, in the vicinity of IC1507.
Verification
location 2

Media

Rated value1

Verification
location 1
(contact
measurements)
CLK27

IC1503 96pin

ALL

2.65V~VCC33

GND~0.65V

27MHz50ppm

EXTCK1

IC1503 100pin

DVD

2.65V~VCC33

GND~0.65V

36.8640MHz100ppm

EXTCK1

IC1503 100pin

CD

2.65V~VCC33

GND~0.65V

33.8688MHz100ppm

MCK16

IC1301 79pin

ALL

2.33~VCC33

GND~0.99V

16.9344MHz100ppm

MCK33

IC1601 3,33pin

ALL

2.33~VCC33

GND~0.10V

33.8688MHz~40.0000MHz

NO.

Rated value 2

Rated value 3

C
Rated value 1

GND

Rated value 3

Rated value 2

Clock rated values

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

200
1

MPEG stream

Clock generator

System Computer I/F

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

201
8

Check 3: Is the streaming I/F operating normally?


Reproduce DVD-REF-A1 Title 1.

Checks are to be conducted with a GND reference.


If the locations listed under "verification location 2" can be verified, then there is no need to conduct verifications
for the locations listed under "verification location 1."
If the result is not satisfactory, check to see if there are any problems with the resin flux cored solder, parts
and components, in areas where a problem occurs, for the overall sequence ofoutput " input"of the checked location.
Verification
NO. location 1
Verification
(contact
location2
measurements)
1 STD0
IC1503 81pin

Verification
Media

Rated
value 1

Rated
value 2

Reference
waveform

Others

DVD

2V~VCC33

GND~0.8V

Waveform 1 Line name OHDD8 at R1425

STD1

IC1503 80pin

DVD

2V~VCC33

GND~0.8V

Waveform 1 Line name OHDD9 at R1425

STD2

IC1503 79pin

DVD

2V~VCC33

GND~0.8V

Waveform 1 Line name OHDD10 at R1425

STD3

IC1503 78pin

DVD

2V~VCC33

GND~0.8V

Waveform 1 Line name OHDD11 at R1425

STD4

IC1503 76pin

DVD

2V~VCC33

GND~0.8V

Waveform 1 Line name OHDD12 at R1426

STD5

IC1503 75pin

DVD

2V~VCC33

GND~0.8V

Waveform 1 Line name OHDD13 at R1426

STD6

IC1503 74pin

DVD

2V~VCC33

GND~0.8V

Waveform 1 Line name OHDD14 at R1426

STD7

IC1503 73pin

DVD

2V~VCC33

GND~0.8V

Waveform 1 Line name OHDD15 at R1426

STCLK

IC1503 70pin

DVD

2V~VCC33

GND~0.8V

Waveform 2 Line name ODA2 at IC1405

10

STVALID

IC1503 69pin

DVD

2V~VCC33

GND~0.8V

Waveform 2 Line name OINTRQ at IC1405

11

MASTER

IC1301 176pin

DVD

2V~VCC33

GND~0.8V

Waveform 2 Line name STENABLE at IC1405

Rated value 1

GND

Rated value 2

Streaming I/F rated value

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1

MPEG stream

MPEG stream

System Computer I/F

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

203
8

Check 4: Is the audio circuit operating normally?


A

Reproduce DVD-REF-A1 Title 2 Chapter (48V/16-bit/1 kHz/0dB). Verify the circuit described in Figure 2.
Checks are to be conducted using GNDAU1 (sensing pins) as a reference.
If the locations, listed under "verification location 2", can be verified, there is no need to conduct verifications for
the locations listed under "verification location 1."
If the result is not satisfactory, check to see if there are any problems with the resin flux cored solder, parts
and components, in the vicinity of the main components.
NO.

Verification Verification
location 1
location 2

Rated
value 1

Rated
value 2

Reference
waveform

AOUT0

IC1503 90pin

2.0V
and over

0.8V
and lower

Waveform 3

SRCK

IC1605 1pin

2.0V
and over

0.8V
and lower

Waveform 3

LRCK

IC1605 3pin

2.0V
and over

0.8V
and lower

Waveform 3

Rated value1
Rated value 2

GND

Three serial output rated values


Checks are conducted with the measurement circuit below.

NO.

Verification
location 1

Verification
location 2

Rated value

Reference
waveform

LO

CN1611 36pin

1100150mV

Waveform 4

RO

CN1611 34pin

1100150mV

Waveform 4

Rated value

Analog audio outputs (LO and RO) rated values


HOST I/F

LO

RO

22k

These resistors are inserted.

AAGND

LO and RO output measurement circuit

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1

MPEG stream

System Computer I/F

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

205
8

Check 5: Is the video circuit operated normally?


Reproduce DVD-REF-A1 Title 2 Chapters (White 100IRE).
Monitor the output with the oscilloscope, by setting the COMPO signal to a GND reference.
Set the Trigger mode to the TV trigger, and the Trigger line to line-150.

NO.

Verification location
(sensing pin)
COMPO

Rated value
1.00.05Vpp

Reference
waveform
Waveform 5

If the result is not satisfactory, check to see if there are any problems with resin flux cored solder, parts
and components, in the vicinity of line-150 (the section marked 5 in the circuit diagram) and peripheral components.

PEAK

When the result is not satisfactory,


adjust the noise level to 1.0 + 0.05 Vpp.

Rated
value

COMPO signal

Color burst
Pedestal
BOTTOM

Horizontal periodic signal

Composite signal 100% output waveform

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1

MPEG stream

E
System Computer I/F

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5

207
8

Check 6: Is SDRAM I/F operating normally?


Reproduce DVD-REF-A1 Title 1.
Check the conductivity of both the "Verification location 1" and the "Verification location2."
If the result is not satisfactory, check to see if there are any problems with the resin flux cored solder, parts
and components, in areas where a problem occurs, for the overall sequence of output " input" of the checked location.

NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37

Signal name
MA0
MA1
MA2
MA3
MA4
MA5
MA6
MA7
MA8
MA9
MA10
MA11
MDQ0
MDQ1
MDQ2
MDQ3
MDQ4
MDQ5
MDQ6
MDQ7
MDQ8
MDQ9
MDQ10
MDQ11
MDQ12
MDQ13
MDQ14
MDQ15
MCK
XWE
XCAS
XRAS
XCSM
XCSE
DQMUM
DQMLM
DQMUE

Verification location 1
IC1501 23pin
IC1501 24pin
IC1501 25pin
IC1501 26pin
IC1501 29pin
IC1501 30pin
IC1501 31pin
IC1501 32pin
IC1501 33pin
IC1501 34pin
IC1501 22pin
IC1501 20pin
IC1501 2pin
IC1501 4pin
IC1501 5pin
IC1501 7pin
IC1501 8pin
IC1501 10pin
IC1501 11pin
IC1501 13pin
IC1501 42pin
IC1501 44pin
IC1501 45pin
IC1501 47pin
IC1501 48pin
IC1501 50pin
IC1501 51pin
IC1501 53pin
IC1501 38pin
IC1501 16pin
IC1501 17pin
IC1501 18pin
IC1501 19pin
IC1501 35pin
IC1501 39pin
IC1501 15pin
IC1501 21pin

Verification location 2
IC1503 2pin
IC1503 4pin
IC1503 7pin
IC1503 10pin
IC1503 8pin
IC1503 6pin
IC1503 3pin
IC1503 207pin
IC1503 204pin
IC1503 201pin
IC1503 206pin
IC1503 203pin
IC1503 159pin
IC1503 162pin
IC1503 165pin
IC1503 168pin
IC1503 171pin
IC1503 175pin
IC1503 178pin
IC1503 181pin
IC1503 180pin
IC1503 177pin
IC1503 173pin
IC1503 170pin
IC1503 167pin
IC1503 164pin
IC1503 161pin
IC1503 158pin
IC1503 185pin
IC1503 193pin
IC1503 195pin
IC1503 196pin
IC1503 199pin
IC1503 198pin
IC1503 192pin
IC1503 189pin
IC1503 190pin

Rated value
22 5%
22 5%
22 5%
22 5%
22 5%
22 5%
22 5%
22 5%
22 5%
22 5%
22 5%
22 5%
22 5%
22 5%
22 5%
22 5%
22 5%
22 5%
22 5%
22 5%
22 5%
22 5%
22 5%
22 5%
22 5%
22 5%
22 5%
22 5%
22 5%
22 5%
22 5%
22 5%
22 5%
22 5%
22 5%
22 5%
22 5%

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1

MPEG stream

D
System Computer I/F

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209
8

Check 7: Is the microprocessor operating normally?


A

Check the conductivity of both the "Verification location 1" and the "Verification location2."
If the result is not satisfactory, check to see if there are any problems with the resin flux cored solder, parts
and components, in areas where a problem occurs, for the overall sequence of "output input" of the checked location.
NO. Signal name
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40

A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15
XCSAVR
XCSAVW
XCSAV
XAVINT
XAVINT2
XRD
CLKOUT

41 HCLK
42 XSRAMWR
43 XHWR

Verification
location 1
IC1701 142pin
IC1701 141pin
IC1701 140pin
IC1701 139pin
IC1701 138pin
IC1701 137pin
IC1701 136pin
IC1701 133pin
IC1701 132pin
IC1701 131pin
IC1701 130pin
IC1701 129pin
IC1701 128pin
IC1701 127pin
IC1701 126pin
IC1701 123pin
IC1701 122pin
IC1701 17pin
IC1701 16pin
IC1701 15pin
IC1701 14pin
IC1701 13pin
IC1701 12pin
IC1701 11pin
IC1701 10pin
IC1701 7pin
IC1701 6pin
IC1701 5pin
IC1701 4pin
IC1701 3pin
IC1701 2pin
IC1701 1pin
IC1701 144pin
IC1701 101pin
IC1701 100pin
IC1706 4pin
IC1701 42pin
IC1701 41pin
IC1701 95pin
IC1701 90pin

Verification
location 2
IC1503 27pin
IC1503 28pin
IC1503 29pin
IC1503 30pin
IC1503 32pin
IC1503 33pin
IC1503 34pin
IC1503 35pin
IC1503 36pin
IC1503 38pin
IC1503 39pin
IC1503 40pin
IC1503 41pin
IC1503 42pin
IC1503 44pin
IC1503 45pin
IC1503 46pin
IC1503 47pin
IC1503 49pin
IC1503 50pin
IC1503 51pin
IC1503 52pin
IC1503 54pin
IC1503 55pin
IC1503 56pin
IC1503 58pin
IC1503 59pin
IC1503 60pin
IC1503 62pin
IC1503 63pin
IC1503 65pin
IC1503 66pin
IC1503 67pin
IC1706 1pin
IC1706 2pin
IC1503 24pin
IC1503 17pin
IC1503 18pin
IC1503 23pin
IC1505 3pin

Verification
Media
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL

Rated value
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
33

IC1502 5pin
IC1701 105pin
IC1504 8pin

IC1503 26pin
IC1505 1pin
IC1503 21pin

ALL
ALL
ALL

200 5 %
0
68 5 %

Others

Dividing circuitFor verification location 2,


include also IC1502 pin-3

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

210
1

System Computer I/F

E
MPEG stream

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

211
8

Note:1 The encircled number denote measuring pointes in the circuit diagram.
2 Reference voltage VHALF : 1.65V

!
@
#
$

CH1: STD1
CH2: STD4
5V/div. 2s/div.
CH3: STD7
CH4: STENABLE

%
^
&
$

CH1: AVRTM
CH2: STCLK
5V/div. 2s/div.
CH3: STVALID
CH4: STENABLE
T

%
^
&
$

CH1: AVRTM
CH2: STCLK
5V/div. 50s/div.
CH3: STVALID
CH4: STENABLE

B
T

Wave 1
* CH1: AOUT0
( CH2: SRCKAV
) CH3: LRCKAV

Wave 2(1)
CH1: LO
CH2: RO

2V/div. 2s/div.

Wave 2(2)

1V/div. 500s/div.

CH1: COMPO 200mV/div. 10s/div.


[White 100% output]

G
G
T

Wave 3

Wave 4

Wave 5

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

212
1

6.3 CC UNIT ADJUSTMENT


A

- Adjustment point

CN2552
CN802

CN2551

CN692

CN731

CC UNIT(SIDE A)

CN608

CN691

CN609

IC2401

CN971
VR751
IC601

B
CN607

IC2

CN2

C
IC201

CC UNIT(SIDE B)

D
FMONV

DVDVO

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

213
8

VTR

Input test pin : DVDVO


Signal : 100IRE(white 100%)
Level : 1.0Vp-p(via 75)

Input
(input test pin,specs,
other conditions)
Measuring point : FMONV

Output
(measuring point,
waveform)

Main
video level

Mode

Oscilloscope

Measuring
instruments

The 12k terminal on the measuring


instrument.

1.50 0.05Vp-p
Measure between the
sync tip and 100IRE
(top level).

Specs

Step Adjustment
item

VR751

Adjusting
point

1
2

214

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
3
4

6.4 MOTHER PCB ADJUSTMENT


A

- Adjustment point
MOTHER PCB(SIDE A)
CN1101

CN1701

CN1201

CN1841
CN1951

IC1603
FM/AM TUNER UNIT

B
CN1950

VR1551

IC1501

CN1402
CN1001
CN1301
CN1351

MOTHER PCB(SIDE B)

SELV

VCR1INV

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

215
8

Measuring point : SELV

Output
(measuring point,
waveform)

(1) The Video level (Vlevel) is out of spec.


When the Vlevel is more than 1.05Vp-p, the images become whitish.
When the Vlevel is less than 0.95Vp-p, the images become blackish.

VTR

Input test pin : VCR1INV


Signal : 100IRE(white 100%)
Level : 1.0Vp-p(via 75)

Input
(input test pin,specs,
other conditions)

Composite
video level

Mode

Oscilloscope

Measuring
instruments

Measuring conditions: Select


the 75 terminal on the measuring
instrument.

1.00 0.05Vp-p
Measure between the
sync tip and 100IRE
(top level).

Specs

Step Adjustment
item

VR1551

Adjusting
point

1
2

216

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
3
4

CN5001

DUTY

INVPUL

CHANGE CHECK

INBST

5V
0V

10 2%

5V
0V

Apply wave of 104.0 1kHz to


TP INVPUL

10 2%

Apply wave of 98.0 1kHz to


TP INVPUL
49.0 0.5kHz

52.0 0.5kHz
TP:FL1,FL2

48.0 0.1kHz

TP:FL1,FL2

VR 5001

It checks that the waveform after potential is set


to 52 kHz

It checks that the waveform after potential is set


to 49 kHz

3 FREQUENCY

VPPFL1

CHANGE CHECK

VR5001

2 FREQUENCY

GNDFL1

TP:FL1,FL2

100k

TP GNDFL1, TP INVPUL,
TP DUTY and TP INBST : GND

FL2

FREQUENCY

FL1

BACK LIGHT

1 DRIVE

INVERTER PCB(SIDE B)
100k ohms is connected between TP FL1 and
TP FL2. It acts as the monitor of the waveform
after potential. Don't acts as the monitor of the
TP FL2 directly. (there is a possibility that a
measuring instrument may be destroyed, for
high voltage.) Out of spec., when frequency
change of following may become impossible.

Remarks

- Adjustment point

Apply 14.4V 0.2V


to TP VPPFL1

Measuring Adjusting Measuring method


point
point
and specs.

CN5002

Input signal

INVERTER PCB(SIDE A)

No Adjustment item

5
8

6.5 INVERTER PCB ADJUSTMENT


A

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

217

6.6 MONITOR PCB ADJUSTMENT


A

- Adjustment point
MONITOR PCB(SIDE B)

VM12

V18

V5

CVBS
ANB
ANG

V8

ANR

V25

V33
VB VG VR
C

VCOM
VI1

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

218
1

Apply 14.4V
to TP VI1.

Apply 14.4V
to TP VI1.

Apply 14.4V
to TP VI1.

3.3V power supply


verification

2.5V power supply


verification

5V power supply
verification

8V power supply
verification

18.5V power supply Apply 14.4V


verification
to TP VI1.

-12V power supply


verification

(TP VM12)

(TP V18)

(TP V8)

(TP V5)

(TP V25)

(TP V33)

Measuring
point
Adjusting
point

VM12 = -12.0V 0.6V

V18 = 18.5V 0.8V

V8 = 8.0V 0.6V

V5 = 5.0V 0.3V

V25 = 2.5V 0.2V

V33 = 3.3V 0.3V

Measuring method
and specs.

Remarks

Apply 14.4V
to TP VI1.

Apply 14.4V
to TP VI1.

Adjustment item

No

Input

Notes:
When the power supply for TC90A64AF-P (IC4001) is OFF, be careful not to apply any voltage to its terminals
except for IIC lines(SDA and SCL). The IIC lines can accept a maximum of 5V.
5
7
8

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

219

220

Gamma 2
verification

TP VG

A1

A2

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

(A1+A2)/2

A=

A1

The 10-step A = 3.10V 0.15V

(A1+A2)/2

A=

A2

The first-step A = 0.50V 0.10V

3.9V 0.2V

1.50V 0.04V

0.70V 0.02V

Measuring method
and specs.
4.50V 0.20V

The input 10-step signal has no setup.


If the measured value is out of specs,
change the setting ofSA24h
D11 - 8 ( 2 inflection point:
GAMMA2 in the line adjustment 1 mode)
(Register setting specs: 4 1)

The input 10-step signal


has no setup.

The input signal has no setup.


(Apply a black signal to TP CVBS)

The signal generator should


be used via75 ohms.

The signal generator should be


used via 75 ohms. (specs in
desinging : 75.0 0.2ohms)

Remarks

12

11

Apply a
10-step
signal to TP
ANR,ANG,ANB.

TP VG

Apply a
10-step
signal to TP
ANR,ANG,ANB.

Gamma 0
Verification

TP VG

Adjusting
point

10

Apply a black
signal to TP
ANR,ANG,ANB.
(Video level:0%)

RGB amp output


voltage waveform
verification

TP CVBS

Apply a white
100% signal
toTP CVBS.

Input waveform
verification
(composite)

TP VCOM

Apply a white
100% signal
TP ANR,ANG,
toTP AVR,ANG.
ANB
ANB.

Any input
signal

Vcom amp output


Voltage waveform
Verification

Measuring
point

Input waveform
verification
(RGB)

Input

Adjustment item

No

Notes:
When the power supply for TC90A64AF-P is OFF, be careful not to apply any voltage to its terminals except for IIC
lines(SDA and SCL). The IIC lines can accept a maximum of 5V.
2) In the following table, SA**h is a sub-address of TC90A64AF-P.

1
4

B SUB
CONTRAST

R SUB BRIGHT

R SUB
CONTRAST

Horizon dot
position

Aging

Flicker

14

15

16

17

18

19

Input a signal for


alternate white
and black lines
to TP ANR,
TP ANG and
TP ANB.

Any input
signal

Any input
signal

Apply a
10-step
signal to
TP ANR,ANG,
ANB.

Apply a
10-step
signal to
TP ANR,ANG,
ANB.

Screen

TP VG and VR

TP VG and VR

TP VG and VB

TP VG and VB

Apply a
10-step
signal to
TP ANR,ANG,
ANB.
Apply a
10-step
signal to
TP ANR,ANG,
ANB.

Measuring
point

Input

Register
setting of
SA22h
D15 - 8

Register
setting of
SA2Ah
D3 - 0

Adjust so that the flickers


become minimum in all

Keep the unit in the


operation mode for
30 minutes or longer.

5(0101)

If it input a signal for alternate


white into TP CVBS, it is possible.
(However, adjustment by RGB has
priority.) The luminance level of the
input signal: 50%. In the flicker
adjustment mode, COM DC can be
used as the adjusting point.

Block light lighting.


An animation is displayed.

After being written in,the setting


value of EEP-ROM is checked.
2 mode,DOT CLK can be used
as the adjusting point.

Register setting specs: 64 3


(specs in designing: 64 2)
In the Line adjustment
2 mode, SUB CON R can be
used as the adjusting point.

Adjust the 10th step levels


Register of the G waveform and the
setting of R waveform.(Measuring point is
SA26h
the same as that of No,14.)
D15 - 9

Register setting specs: 64 3


(specs in designing: 64 2)
In the Line adjustment
2 mode, SUB CON B can be
used as the adjusting point.

Register setting specs : 8 2


(specs in designing: 8 1)
In the Line adjustment
2 mode, SUB BRI B can be
used as the adjusting point.

Remarks

Register setting specs: 8 2


(specs in designing: 8 1)
In the Line adjustment
2 mode, SUB BRI R can be
used as the adjusting point.

Adjust the 10th step levels of the


G waveform and the B waveform.

Adjust the first step levels


of the G waveform and the B waveform.

Measuring method
and specs.

Adjust the first step levels


Register of the G wave form and the
setting of R waveform.(Measuring point is
SA39h
the same as that of No,13.)
D15 - 12

Register
setting of
SA26h
D7 - 1

Register
setting of
SA39h
D11 - 8

Adjusting
point

6
7

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

Flicker adjustment has been deviated The images flicker.

B SUB BRIGHT

13

No Adjustment item

Notes:
1) When the power supply for TC90A64AF-P is OFF, be careful not to apply any voltage to its terminals except for IIC
lines(SDA and SCL). The IIC lines can accept a maximum of 5V.
2) In the following table, SA**h is a sub-address of TC90A64AF-P.

5
8

221

-EEPROM setting mode


*) Since this product does not have OSD IC, OSD for adjustment is displayed by using GGF1416 and GGF1463
at the time of monitor adjustment. As you will find lands for 14 pins with 0.8mm pitch at the left top part of
the monitor board, directly solder a flexible PCB of GGD1323 for adjustment. As GGD1322 is not used, be
careful not to short the terminal.

[Operations]
To enter the setting mode, while keeping the EPRTEST terminal at "Low",
turn reset the monitor micro computer. While pressing the [REAR] and [EQ] Kyes at the same time,reset.
Flicker adjustment mode
Line adjustment 1 mode
Line adjustment 2 mode
Dimmer parameter setting mode
B

[ ] button: Used to select a desired adjustment item in each mode


[ ] button: Used to adjust the selected item
Notes:
1) The setting values are written in the EEPROM and then the read-out data is displayed on the screen.
WRITE and READ operations are processed by the block data of 16 bits.
The total bits for the settings depend on adjusting items.
2) For CS (Check Sum) items, when the settings are changed, the CS value is written in 8 bits by applying
the exclusive OR (XOR). The CS value is first written in the EEPROM and then the read-out data is displayed.
If the written data is different from the read-out data, the letter color for the read-out data is changed.

- Memory items and addresses on the EEPROM(S-93C46BR0I-J8T1)


EEPROM
address Bit15
00H
01H
02H
03H
04H
05H
06H

Bit14

Bit13

Bit12

Bit11

Bit10

Bit9

Bit7

Bit6

Bit5

Bit4

Bit3

Bit2

Bit1

Bit0

Dimmer external light threshold (low)

Backlight output (upper limit)

Backlight output (lower limit)

Common reverse output center (COM DC)


PIP SA:22h[B15-8]
Output clamp DC (RGB BIAS)
Don't care
PIP SA:23h[B13-8]
2 inflection point (GAMMA 2)
3 inflection point (GAMMA 3)
PIP SA:24h[B11-8]
PIP SA:24h[B15-12]
Output sub contrast R (SUB CON R)
Don't care
PIP SA:26h[B15-9]

Common reserve output amplitude (COM AMP)


Don't care
PIP SA:22h[B7-2]

0
inflection
point
(GAMMA
0)
Don't care
PIP SA:23h[B3-0]
1 inflection point (GAMMA 1)
Don't care
PIP SA:24h[B7-3]
Output sub contrast B (SUB CON B)
Don't care
PIP SA:26h[B7-1]

Sub brightness R after circuit (SUB BRI R) Sub brightness B after g circuit (SUB BRI B)
PIP SA:39h[B15-12]
PIP SA:39h[B11-8]

Don't care

07H

Don't care

Don't care

Clock phase adjustment (DOT CLK)


PIP SA:2Ah[B3-0]

08H

Don't care

Don't care

Sharpness (SHARPNESS)
Don't care
PIP SA:05h[B2-1]

Don't care

09H-1BH

Check sum address (00h-1bh)

1CH
1DH

Common reverse output center(Reference)

Don't care

1EH

Clock phase adjustment initial value

Don't care

1FH

Bit8

Dimmer external light threshold (high)

Don't care

20H

External light of dimmer adjustment(H)

Back light of dimmer adjustment(H)

21H

External light of dimmer adjustment(M)

Back light of dimmer adjustment(M)

22H

External light of dimmer adjustment(L)

Back light of dimmer adjustment(L)


Don't care

23H-3FH

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

222
1

EEPROM initial value


Item
COM_DC
COM_AMP
RGB_BIAS
GAMMA0
GAMMA3
GAMMA2
GAMMA1
SUB_CON_R
SUB_CON_B
SUB_BRI_R
SUB_BRI_B
DOT_CLK
SHARPNESS
BL_MAX
BL_MIN
REF_HIGH
REF_LOW
LUM_HIGH
LUM_MID
LUM_LOW
BL_HIGH
BL_MID
BL_LOW

Meaning
Common reverse output center
Common reverse output amplitude
Out clamp DC
0
3
2
1
Output sub contrast R
Output sub contrast B
Sub brightness R after circuit
Sub brightness B after circuit
Clock phase adjustment
Sharpness
Back light output (Max.)
Back light output (Min.)
Dimmer (H)
Dimmer (L)
External light (H)
External light (M)
External light (L)
Back light (H)
Back light (M)
Back light (L)

initial value(hex)
8C
1E
00
02
04
04
13
40
40
08
08
05
03
C4
5B
C0
60
E2
87
52
C4
C4
68

initial value(DEC)
140
30
00
02
04
04
19
64
64
08
08
05
03
196
91
192
96
226
135
82
196
196
104

[Displays in each mode]


In the following figures, the letters and numbers surrounded by a large square are for OSD examples.
On the screen, the adjustment names and the settings (or written data) are listed.
The settings (or written data) will change when some adjustments are made in each mode.

* The following examples show the maximum values.

(1) Flicker adjustment mode


Adjustment item
Common reverse output center

Adjustment
range

Adjustable name

Settings or
written data
(DEC)

[0 - 255] COM DC

255

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

223
8

(2) Line adjustment 1 mode


A

Adjustment item

Adjustment
range

Bright (SA22: B7-2)


Contrast (SA25: B7-1)
Common reverse output center
Common reverse output amplitude
Output clamp DC
0 inflection point
3 inflection point
2 inflection point
1 inflection point

[0 - 63]
[0 - 127]
[0-255]
[0-63]
[0-63]
[0-15]
[0-15]
[0-15]
[0-31]

Adjustable name
BRIGHT
CONTRAST
COM DC
COM AMP
RGB BIAS
GAMMA0
GAMMA3
GAMMA2
GAMMA1

Settings or
written data
(DEC)

LINE1

63
127
255
63
63
15
15
15
31
CS

FF

Notes:
1) CONTRAST data
The CONTRAST data is adjustable, and used as reference data for other adjustment items, which is not
memorized in the EEPROM.
2) BRIGHT and COM AMP data
The BRIGHT and COM AMP adjustments are made by using the same 2-screen IC register(SA22h B7-2: common
reverse output amplitude).
Therefore, adjusting one of the data will change the other one.

(3) Line adjustment 2 mode


C

Adjustment item

Adjustment
range

Bright (SA22: B7-2)


Contrast (SA25: B7-1)
Output sub contrast R
Output sub contrast B
Sub brightness R after circuit
Sub brightness B after circuit
Clock phase adjustment
Sharpness

[0 - 63]
[0 - 127]
[0 - 127]
[0 - 127]
[0 - 15]
[0 - 15]
[0 - 15]
[0 - 3]

Adjustable name
BRIGHT
CONTRAST
SUB CON R
SUB CON B
SUB BRI R
SUB BRI B
DOT CLK
SHARPNESS

Settings or
written data
(DEC)

LINE2

63
127
127
127
15
15
15
3
CS

FF

Notes:
1) CONTRAST data
The CONTRAST data is adjustable, and used as reference data for other adjustment items, which is not
memorized in the EEPROM.
2) SUB BRI R and SUB BRI B data
The displayed value or EEPROM written data is different from the setting value for the 2-screen IC register
(IC4001 : TC90A64AF-P).
(Before displayed on the screen, the setting value is converted via some software.)

Displayed value
(adjusting value) (DEC)
15
14

E2PROM written value.


(DEC)
15
14

2-screen IC register
setting (BIN)
0111
0110

9
8
7

9
8
7

0001
0000
1111

1
0

1
0

1001
1000

(MAX)

(TIP)

(MIN)

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

224
1

(4) Dimmer parameter setting mode


Adjustment
range

Adjustment item

[0 - 255]
[0 - 255]
[0 - 255]
[0 - 255]
[0 - 255]
[0 - 255]
[0 - 255]
[0 - 255]
[0 - 255]
[0 - 255]

Backlight output (MAX)


Backlight output(MIN)
Dimmer threshold (high)
Dimmer threshold (low)
External light point (high)
External light point (middle)
External light point (low)
Backlight point (high)
Backlight point (middle)
Backlight point (low)

Adjustable name

Settings or
written data
(DEC)

BL MAX
BL MIN
REF H
REF L
LUM H
LUM M
LUM L
BL H
BL M
BL L

DIMMER

FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF

CS

FF
B

Note:
The dimmer point data is memorized in the EEPROM, but not treated as a CS item.
It's because the settings are adjustable by the user.

- Dot Clock Adjustment Mode


[Operations]
. [Dot Clock adjustment mode] starting procedure
Reset start while pressing the [ENT] and [ANGLE+] Keys together.
. [Dot Clock adjustment mode] cancellation Monitor's microcomputer OFF.
. The operation after this should use Navigation's remote controller.
. [ u i ] button : Used to select a desired adjustment item in each mode.
. [ r t ] button : Used to adjust the selected item.

[EEPROM : S-93C46BR0I-J8T1]
The setting values are written in the EEPROM and then the read-out data is displayed on the screen.
WRITE and READ operations are processed by the block data of 16 bits.

[Display]
In the following figures,a large square are for OSD examples.

Dot Clock adjustment mode


Settings or
written data
(DEC)

Adjustment item

Adjustment
range

Clock phase adjustment


Clock phase adjustment (initial)

[0 - 15]
[0 - 15]

DOT CLK
[FACTORY

15
8

Common reverse output center

[0-255]
[0-255]

COM DC
[FACTORY

255
140

Common reverse output center adjustment (initial)

Adjustable name

* CS(Check Sum)display is not performed.

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

225
8

- To operate the Monitor Assy only


A

Setting of the TP1(EPRTEST), TP2(TESTAGE) and TP3(TOUCHTS) in single operation mode is as follows.
TP2
L
L
L

TP3
H
L

TP1
H
L
H

Contents
For aging (See p.221.)
EEPROM setting mode (See p.222.)
Touch panel test mode (See p.231.)

H : Not connect
L : Connect to the ground
Contents of single operation mode
[For aging]
MVIPW
MFLPW
DIMMER
BRIGHT
CONTRAST
WIDE MODE

:
:
:
:
:
:

ON
ON
5V (FFH)
0
0
Full size

[EEPROM setting mode]


MVIPW
MFLPW
DIMMER
BRIGHT
CONTRAST
WIDE MODE

:
:
:
:
:
:

ON
ON
The calculated value from coordinates of EEPROM data
0
0
Full size

[Touch panel test mode]


MVIPW
MFLPW
DIMMER
BRIGHT
CONTRAST
WIDE MODE

:
:
:
:
:
:

ON
ON
The calculated value from coordinates of EEPROM data
0
0
Full size

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6.7 TEST MODE


- NAVIGATION TEST MODE

1. How to start the test mode


1. When +Battery and ACC are ON, push RESET and EJECT buttons simultaneously.
2. Release RESET button only.
3. When password entry screen is displayed, release EJECT button.
4. Enter the password.
5. When the password has been entered, press [ENTER] key.
6. If the correct password has been entered, the test mode menu will be displayed.
* The password entry screen, as the one used in the previous model, is no longer displayed.
B

<< Password for the service >>


The password is [ (up)] [ (up)] [ (down)] [ (down)] [ENTER].
If 8 digits or more are entered and [ENTER] key is pressed, it will be treated as a password error.
Password entry screen

Please push the [RESET] button.

Password OK : After 2 seconds or so, the screen will automatically move on to the menu screen.
<Attention> This is a specal service application

Not for customer use.


Please input the whole password,then push the [OK] button.
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ

Password Right.
Go to next page.
E

Password NG : Nothing will be displayed, and reboot action will be taken.

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2. Test mode menu


A

TESTMODE MENU [SERVICE_MENU(THCHNICAL)]

1. Remocon touch panel test


2. Version check
3. Error log
4. Format FLASH drive
5. Erase APL-file in FLASH
6. Clear backup memory
7. GPS backup data clear
8. GYRO SENSOR INFO data clear
9. Port status information
==> next page
SYSTEM Ver. : [BOOT] 0.65 [OS] 0.65

No. Inspection item


1 Remocon touch
panel test
2 Version check

ERROR log

Format FLASH drive

Erase APL-file in
FLASH

Clear backup
memory

GPS backup data


clear

GYRO SENSOR
INFO data clear

Port status
information

Outline of inspection
Remote controller touch
panel inspection
Version information
check

Content if inspection
Calibration setting and remote controller
inspection are performed.
Display of various version information.
(system software, GPS, system
microprocessor, microprocessor for
mechanism control, microprocessor for
timer).
The screen will return to menu by BACK
key.
Error history entry
History of system software errors stored in
SRAM is displayed.
Maximum 8 events from the error last
occurred can be displayed.
The screen will return to menu by BACK
key.
FLASH format
FLASH domain used by the system soft is
initialized.
When the job is done, the screen will return
to menu.
Application file inside
Application file inside FLASH is clear.
FLASH is clear
*(Except voice data and SRAM backup
variable)
When the job is done, the screen will return
to menu.
Back up variables
SRAM domain used by the system software
initialization
is initialized.
When the job is done, reboot action will be
taken.
GPS back up data clear
SRAM domain used by GPS is initialized.
When the job is done, the screen will return
to menu.
Learned data inside gyro Learned data inside gyro sensor is cleared.
sensor is clear
When the job is done, the screen will return
to menu.
Port status display
Port status is displayed. (reverse, parking,
pulse, SDRAM capacity.)

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TESTMODE MENU [SERVICE_MENU(THCHNICAL)]

1. Change to display error


2. Start within debug shell
3. Program loading
4. GPS assessment
5. File maintenance
6. Program forced write

[Message]
[On]
[Version up]

<== back page


==> next page
SYSTEM Ver. : [BOOT] 0.65 [OS] 0.65

No. Inspection item


1 Change to
display error
2 Start within
debug shell

4
5

Program
loading

Outline of inspection
Switching of error
information display
Switching of debug
shell start

Switching of program
loading

GPS
assessment
File
maintenance

GPS assessment system


start
File maintenance
function

Program forced
write

Program forced write

Content if inspection
Display setting for error cases. (for debugging)
Message/Information (error information) selectable.
Setting for debug shell start. (for debugging)
Off (no initial start)/On (initial start) selectable.
Recognition method for boot up program write is
changed.
System
Write when the version
program
No. in the disc is
higher.
System data
Write when the version
No. in the disc is
Disc version
higher.
(default)
GPS program Write when the version
No. in the disc is
higher.
Application
Write when the version
program
information is different
from the one in disc.
System
Write when the version
program
No. in disc or card is
higher.
System data
Write when the version
No. in disc or card is
Version upgrade
higher.
(for debug)
GPS program Write when the version
No. in disc or card is
higher.
Application
Write when the version
program
No. in disc or card is
higher.
GPS assessment system can be used. The system will
return to menu by BACK key.
File maintenance operations are made. Formatting of
SRAM drive and PC card (ATA Flash Card) are made.
SRAM data is retrieved and copied to PC card. Data
retrieved from SRAM is copied to SRAM from PC card.
Rewriting of SYS (system), GPS (GPS) and APL
(application) software are done by force.
(Joystick is used) The system will return to menu by
BACK key.

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TESTMODE MENU [SERVICE_MENU(THCHNICAL)]

1. SRAM / SDRAM test


2. SENSOR test
3. CD-ROM reading test
4. RGB test
5. MS3 check
6. Region code

<== back page


==> next page
SYSTEM Ver. : [BOOT] 0.65 [OS] 0.65

No. Inspection item


SRAM/SDRAM
1
test

Outline of inspection
Memory inspection

Content if inspection
SRAM : Device inspection and bus inspection are
performed against all SRAM domains.
Data will be protected. (applicable to both
32M and 64M)
SDRAM : Device inspection and bus inspection are
performed against all SDRAM domains.
Data will be protected for both BIOS domain
and USER domain.
The function for SDRAM all domain inspection
will activate by the built-in instruction RAM.
G sensor, gyro, power supply voltage and installation
condition are displayed.
The system will return to menu by BACK key.
Inspection for reading by CD-ROM drive is performed.

SENSOR test

Sensor inspection

CD-ROM read test

CD-ROM
reading test
RGB test

MS3 check

MS3 check [V+R]

RGB inspection
(Upper half, 8 colors. Black/blue/red/pink/green/light
blue/yellow/white display.
Lower half, 3 colors. Red/green/blue.)
red (FULL) green (FULL) blue (FULL)
Switching can be made by [ ] and [ ] keys.
The system will return to menu by BACK key.
MS3 mechanism test mode inspection.

Region code

Region code display

Region code display.

Image RGB inspection

3. How to select test mode menu


Select a desired menu by [ ] and [ ] keys, and execute by pressing [ENTER] key.
Pages can be changed by [ ] and [ ] keys.

4. Version information
Version No. for BOOT section = X.XX System software does not exist in SDRAM.
Version No. for BOOT section = X.XX Version No. for SDRAM = Y.YY

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- Remocon touch panel test

How to operate the touch panel test mode is described below.


First, 1. Setup touch-panel effective range in the touch panel test menu is made.
Next, 3. Test Touch-panel, and if the result is OK, then EXIT the screen.
If the result is NG, conduct 2. Setup calibration, and conduct 3. Test Touch-panel once again. If the result
is OK, then EXIT the screen.
Furthermore, details of the misalignment can be verified by the 5. Check Touch-panel compensation.

*) When inspecting the touch panel, use something thin with a round tip such as the touch pen. Furthermore,
do not apply excessive force to the touch panel.

Main Menu
B

###

Remocon / Touch-panel Test

###

* 1. Setup touch-panel effective range


2. Setup calibration
3. Test Touch-panel
4. Check now calibration condition
5. Check Touch-panel compensation
6. Check Touch-panel graphics
7. Check Touch-panel navi coordinate
[CR]
[JS UP / DOWN]
[BACK]

Menu selection
Cursor movement
End of test

* mark shown on the left side of menu item 1 indicates that the setting has been completed. The setting items
where * is actually indicated will be 1. Setup ~ and 2. Setup ~ only.
[CR]
[UP/DOWN]
[BACK]

Enter
Selection of the inspection item
Return (to the test mode menu)

1. Setup touch-panel effective range


D

### Setup touch-panel effective range ###


The present of the touch-panel effect range (before. after)
min X : ( 37, 36)
max X : (230, 232)
min Y : ( 36, 36)
max Y : (210, 211)
<Caution>
Please trace a white line.
Please move to calibration setup after this setup.

Adjustment steps
1) Trace the edge of the screen along the monitor resin frame with a round-headed thing to obtain
the coordinates.
2) Press the [BACK] key.
Explanation of the displays
min_x(A,B) : X coordinate of the touch panel minimum value received
max_x(A,B) : X coordinate of the touch panel maximum value received
min_y(A,B) : Y coordinate of the touch panel minimum value received
max_y(A,B) : Y coordinate of the touch panel maximum value received

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A = A coordinate which is already stored in the SRAM (If there is no previous data in the SRAM, min=90,
max=180 will be displayed).
B = An updated coordinate which is planned to be set in the SRAM this time (If there is no previous data in the
SRAM, min=90, max=180 will be displayed).
[BACK] : The preset effective range is registered, and the screen will return to the remote controller inspection
menu. The data of the effective range will be recorded in the SRAM.

In case the compensation value is not preset in the SRAM, the following initial (default) value will be entered
automatically at the time of navigation system boot up.
min_x = 42 (right edge limit value)
max_x = 246 (left edge limit value)
min_y = 49 (bottom edge limit value)
max_y = 238 (top edge limit value)
B

2. Setup calibration

Explanation
A [+] cursor is displayed at 16 locations on the screen for calibration. Finally, verification of a single point is made.
The cursor is always displayed at one location only, and moves on to the next location as the current one is
correctly pressed.
When pressing on the [+] cursor, make sure to press at the center of +.
The result of calibration will be recorded in the SRAM.
If effective operation is not made for 30 seconds, the system will recognize as erroneous end and stops the
calibration.

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3. Test Touch-panel
A

###

Test Touch-panel

###

[BACK] Return

Explanation on touch panel misalignment verification test.


1) The test is intended to verify if the touched point on the touch panel is correctly recognized or not.
[+] cursor will be displayed at 16 locations on the screen.
The cursor will be displayed in white color only one at a time.
Each time the cursor is touched correctly, the next point will be displayed.
On the other hand, if it is recognized that the point touched was 4 dots vertically and 5 dots horizontally away
from the center of the displayed [+] cursor, the erroneously recognized coordinate [+] will be drawn
in red color.
2) When touching the [+] cursor, touch the center of the + mark correctly.
3) If [BACK] is touched, the test will be finished, and the screen will return to the menu screen of the touch panel
test mode.

If this test turns out to be NG, it will be necessary to redo 1. Setup touch-panel effective range and 2. Setup
calibration. Repeat the above steps once again.

4. Check now calibration codition


###

The current calibration state

###
D

The initial value is substituted.

[BACK]

Return menu

Explanation on the setting status of the calibration compensation value.


The current calibration compensation status is displayed.
The following data will be displayed.
With no calibration value (in white characters)
In case the compensation value does not exist in the SRAM.
The effective range value is stored
In case the compensation value for the upper limit and the lower limit are preset in the SRAM.
The calibration compensation value is stored
In case the calibration compensation values for the 16 points are preset in the SRAM.
The effective range & calibration value is stored.
In case the upper limit and the lower limit values and the 16 points calibration values are preset in the SRAM.
The initial value is substituted.
In case the value stored as the initial (default) value is preset in the SRAM.
Error Condition
In case the SRAM value is demolished or some unexpected situation is happening.
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5. Check Touch-panel compensation


A

###

Compensation check test

[BACK]

###

Back to menu

[BACK] : The system will return to the remote controller inspection menu.
Explanation of the inspection details
Regarding this inspection, the title only will be displayed at the initialized stage.
As shown by the arrow, press any desired location on the monitor.
A coordinate after the calibration correction will be displayed by the [+] mark against the coordinate recognized
as pressed.

6. Check Touch-panel graphics

###

Touch-panel coordinates test

###

Cross drawing dot : ( 79, 80)


From system CPU : (

0,

0)

Coversion effective : (

0,

0)

: (

0,

0)

After calibration
D

[POSITION + ] Display of the cood nates pushed


[BACK]
Return menu
[NAVI] + pressing the touch panel : The coordinate of the touch panel at that time will be displayed.
[ ] : Horizontal line will move upward.
[ ] : Horizontal line will move downward.
[ ] : Vertical line will move to the left.
[ ] : Vertical line will move to the right.
[BACK] : The system will return to the remote controller inspection menu.
Explanation of the displayed coordinate (from top to bottom)
(79, 80) : Coordinate of the crossing point by the vertical and the horizontal lines (X direction, Y direction).
[(0~500, 0~240)]
(0, 0) : AD data value (X direction, Y direction) representing the coordinate of the pressed location received from
the system control microprocessor.
(0, 0) : Coordinate (X direction, Y direction) obtained by normalizing the AD data value of the pressed location
within the effective range.
(0, 0) : Coordinate (X direction, Y direction) obtained by adding the correction based on calibration to the
normalized coordinate.

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7. Check Touch-panel navi coordinate


A

###

Remocon test

###

panel x_before = 35
panel y_before = 55
panel x_after

= 28

panel y_after

= 53

return to amenu by [DEST] and [TOUCH-PANEL]

[BACK] + pressing the touch panel will make the system return to the remote controller inspection menu.
Explanation of the displayed content.
panel x_before : X coordinate normalized (expanded) within the effective range.
panel y_before : Y coordinate normalized (expanded) within the effective range.
panel x_after : X coordinate obtained by adding the correction based on calibration.
panel y_after : Y coordinate obtained by adding the correction based on calibration.

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- Version check
VERSION INFORMATION

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
+

System boot version


System OS version
GPS program version
Application version
Language data version
Sound data version
Syscom version
Drive core version
Drive apl version
TV ucom version

[
[
[
[
[
[
[
[
[
[

0.65
0.65
3.60
NG
NG
NG
6.11
9.22
8.21
7.01

]
]
]
]
]
]
]
]
]
]

Return = [BACK]
B

item
1 System boot version

2 System OS version

GPS program
version

4 Application version

Language data
version

content
Version information of the system software
BOOT section (FLASH) is displayed.
Version information of the system software OS
section (FLASH) is displayed.
Version information of the GPS program
(DRAGON) is displayed.
Version information of the application program
(FLASH) is displayed.
Version information of the language data
(FLASH) is displayed.

NG -> System program doesn't exist.


**.** -> Version information of the GPS program
NG -> GPS program doesn't exist.
**.** -> Version information of the application program
NG -> Application program doesn't exist.
**.** -> Version information of the language data
NG -> Language data doesn't exist.

**.** -> Version information of the sound data


6 Sound data version

information
**.** -> Version information of the system software BOOT
section
**.** -> Version information of the system software OS
section

Version information of the sound data


(FLASH) is displayed.

NG -> Sound data doesn't exist.

7 Syscom version

Version information of the system


microprocessor is displayed.

8 Drive core version

Core version information of the microprocessor


for mechanism control is displayed (V+R)

9 Drive apl version

Application version information of the


microprocessor for mechanism control is
displayed (V+R)

10 TV ucom version

Version information of the microprocessor for


TV is displayed

11 Monitor ucom
version

Version information of the microprocessor for


Monitor is displayed

12 System language

System language file in the system program


(FLASH) is displayed

**.** -> Version information of the system microprocessor


NG -> Communication with the system microprocessor has
not been established.
**.** -> Core version information of the microprocessor for
mechanism control
NG -> Communication with the microprocessor for
mechanism control has not been established.
NON -> ROM only mechanism
**.** -> Application version information of the
microprocessor for mechanism control
NG -> Communication with the microprocessor for
mechanism control has not been established.
NON -> ROM only mechanism
**.** -> Version information of the microprocessor for TV
NG -> Communication with the microprocessor for TV has
not been established.
**.** -> Version information of the microprocessor for
Monitor
NG -> Communication with the microprocessor for Monitor
has not been established.
**.** -> System language program file name
NG -> System language data doesn't exist.
**.** -> Application language data file name

13 Application
language

Application language data file (FLASH) is


displayed

14 Sound data
language

Language sound data file (FLASH) is displayed

NG -> Application language data doesn't exist.


**.** -> Language sound data file name
NG -> Language sound data doesn't exist.

filename
EW040BOT.GBR
UC040BOT.GBR
EW040SYS.xxx
(xxx : GBR, DEU, FRA, ITA, NLD, ESP, SWE, DNK)
UC040DAT.yyy
(yyy : USA, FRA, ESP)
EW040GPS.PRG
UC040SYS.PRG
EU040APL.PRG
EW040DAT.xxx
(xxx : GBR, DEU, FRA, ITA, NLD, ESP, SWE, DNK)
UC040DAT.yyy
(yyy : USA, FRA, ESP)
EW040SDF.xxx
(xxx : GBR, DEU, FRA, ITA, NLD, ESP, SWE, DNK,
BEL)
UC040SDF.yyy
(yyy : USA, FRA, ESP)

EW040SYS.xxx
(xxx : GBR, DEU, FRA, ITA, NLD, ESP, SWE, DNK,
BEL)
UC040SYS.yyy
(yyy : USA, FRA, ESP)
EW040DAT.xxx
(xxx : GBR, DEU, FRA, ITA, NLD, ESP, SWE, DNK,
BEL)
UC040DAT.yyy
(yyy : USA, FRA, ESP)
EW040SDF.xxx
(xxx : GBR, DEU, FRA, ITA, NLD, ESP, SWE, DNK,
BEL)
UC040SDF.yyy
(yyy : USA, FRA, ESP)

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- Error Information
A

1. Error Information
Descriptions of error information, for errors arising from system software problems, will be provided in this
section.
Up to eight sets of information, related to the system softwares errors, will be stored in the SRAM.
By executing hi_sysdwn( ) the line number (on which the error occurred), the error code and detailed information
of the error, will be stored in the error log.
Hi_sysdwn( ) will be executed in the following two circumstances:
1. hi_sysdwn( ) will be intentionally stored if fatal errors occur with each BIOS.
2. If multiple exceptions, fatal exceptions, illegal command codes and trap command errors occur.

2. Error Log's Entry Function


Up to twenty-four sets of information, related to errors starting with the latest error, will be displayed by the
error log entry function.
There are two types of error log displays.
The display will vary when the argument provided to hi_sysdwn( ), depending on whether detailed information
(such as program name, version number, creation date, creation time and creator name) exists or not.
1. When detailed information exists:
C

** ERROR INFORMATION **
ERCD
FILE
LINE
VERS
DATE
TIME
AUTH

=
=
=
=
=
=
=

00000028(40)
ini_usf.c
510(000001fa)
1.1.1.1
2003/08/08
06:07:26
daisuke

ERROR-TIME ffff-ff-ff ff:ff:ff

No.4
ERROR No.3
No.2
Stop when push [BACK] button.

ERCD
FILE
LINE
VERS
DATE
TIME
AUTH
ERROR-TIME

Error code.
Error occurring program name.
Error occurring program line number.
Error occurring program version number.
Error occurring program creation date.
Error occurring program creation time.
Error occurring program creator name.
Error occurrence date and time.

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2. When detailed information does not exist:


A

** ERROR INFORMATION **
type = 000000b7(183)
ercd = ffffc002(-16382)
inf = ffb7ac18(-4740072)
ERROR-TIME ffff-ff-ff ff:ff:ff
No.2
ERROR No.1
No.24
Stop when push [BACK] button.

type
ercd

Error occurring program line number.


Error code.

inf
ERROR-TIME

System down information.


Error occurrence date and time.

If an error occurs due to a multiple exception, the definitions will change to the following:
type
Execution address at the time of error occurrence.
ercd
Contributing factor for the exceptions.
inf
Program status word at the time of error occurrence.
ERROR-TIME
Error occurrence date and time.

3. Error Information Switch


The product (with default settings) will display error messages to the user if an error occurs.
Error information can be displayed if an error occurs by switching the error information in the test mode.
In either case, the error log entry display will be the same.

1) Error message display (default settings):


Setting in the test mode:
TESTMODE MENU [SERVICE_MENU(TECHNICAL)]

1. Change to display error [Message]


2. Start within debug shell [On]
3. Program loading
[Disc version]
4. GPS assessment
5. File maintenance
6. Program forced write

<== back page ==> next page


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Display when an error occurs:


A

An error has occured.


Please turn power off and on again.
Une erreur a ete decelee.
Veuillez eteindre puis rallumer le systeme.
Fehler.
Bitte System aus- und wieder einschalten.
B

2) Error information display


Settings in the test mode:
TESTMODE MENU [SERVICE_MENU(TECHNICAL)]

1. Change to display error [Information]


2. Start within debug shell [Off]
3. Program loading
[Version up]
4. GPS assessment
5. File maintenance
6. Program forced write

<== back page ==> next page


SYSTEM Ver. : [BOOT]0.65 [OS]0.65

Display when an error occurs:


If error information exists:

** ERROR INFORMATION **
ERCD
FILE
LINE
VERS
DATE
TIME
AUTH

=
=
=
=
=
=
=

f f f f f f f f(-1)
tsk_ini.c
152(00000098)
1.11
2003/04/03
04:59:10
jin

ERROR-TIME ffff-ff-ff ff:ff:ff

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If error information does not exist:


A

** ERROR INFORMATION **
type = 00000109(265)
ercd = 00000001(1)
inf = ffe83230(-1560016)
ERROR-TIME ffff-ff-ff ff:ff:ff

4. Watch dog timer


This product has a built-in mechanism to monitor at a certain interval whether the software is correctly
operating or not.
Once this mechanism becomes inoperable, reset request will be sent to the power supply microprocessor
when a preset time (approximately 4 seconds) has elapsed.
In order to record operational situation of such an occasion, a special code which is not an error code is recorded
in the ERCD.

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- Port status information


A

Port status information


Reverse
Parking
Pulse

Low
Low
0

[BACK] go to testmode menu.


[NAVI] information renewal.
B

Content of inspection
Reverse port status
Parking port status
Pulse status

Display
Reverse
Parking
Pulse

How to operate.
[BACK] : Return to the test mode menu.
[NAVI] : Update of the port status.
C

- GPS assessment
GPS TEST

FLASH
GPS
SENSOR

:Ver. 0. 10
:Ver. 3. 09
:Ver. 5. 56

02 / 05 / 10
02 / 03 / 12
D

Press [BACK] to return

FLASH
GPS
SENSOR

Display of DRAGON FLASH ROM version information.


Display of GPS version information.
Display of sensor version information.
E

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- SENSOR test
A

SENSOR TEST

G-SENSOR
GYRO
POWER
FIT UP
DISTANCE
LOW SPEED

:
:
:
:
:
:

1.9875 [V]
2.4804 [V]
14.9453 [V]
OK(Best)
SPEED PULSE
OK

Press [BACK] to return

G-SENSOR
GYRO
POWER
FIT UP

DISTANCE

LOW SPEED

Display of G sensor voltage


Display of gyro voltage
Display of power supply voltage
Display of installation status
Status
Display
Installation position is NG.
NG
Installation position is OK. (3rd best)
OK
Installation position is OK. (2nd best)
OK (Better)
Installation position is OK. (Best)
OK (Best)
Display of distance calculation status.
Status
Display
Sensor initial learning is under way.
INITIALIZE
GPS distance. (Model without G sensor.
GPS
No pulse connection.)
G sensor distance. (simple hybrid.)
G-SENSOR
ND-PG1 distance.
ND-PG1
Vehicle speed pulse distance.
SPEED PULSE
Display of minimum output speed of a low speed NG vehicle.
(Depends on DISTANCE status.)
Display
DISTANCE status
SPEED PULSE status
CHECK
Low vehicle speed pulse
learning is under way.
OK
SPEED PULSE
Low vehicle speed pulse is
OK.
NG xx[km/h]
Low vehicle speed is NG.
----Others

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- DVD Test Modes


A

CAUTIONS
Protection is not operational against a mechanical runaway conditions during servo testing.
Critical damage can result if the system is allowed to continue in a mechanical runaway state.
If abnormal noise is heard during the test, turn the power OFF immediately.
Keys used for the DVD test mode
[OK] : Selection decided.
[BACK] : Go back.
Directional keys : [
] keys

[ MS3 X-3016 Test ]


[MS3 X-3016 Test]
Firm Ware Revision.
Core Ver ** ** Apl Ver ** **
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[1] FE TestMode
[2] EDC-1 mode
[3] EDC-2 mode
[4] MS3 Memory Clear Start

Press [OK] to make a selection


Press [BACK] to X-3016 Test top

Firm Ware Revision : Version of the drive used.


[1]
Start the FE test mode.
[2]
EDC1 mode (available for DVDs only).
[3]
EDC2 mode (available for DVDs only).
[4]
Executes the MS3 memory cleaning operation.
Executes.
[OK]
[BACK] Returns to the test mode menu.

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[ X-3016 FE Test menu ]


[X-3016 FE Test menu]
Status : Power Off Data : 0000 0000

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[1] Power On
[2] Disc tipe : DVD 1-Layer
[3] Disc tipe : DVD 2-Layer
[4] Disc tipe : CD
[5] Disc tipe : CD-RW
[6] Disc Eject

Press [OK] to make a selection


Press [BACK] - Test top(Power Off)

Status : "Power Off (during normal conditions)."


[1]
Power On (proceed to servo test 1-0).
[2]
Disc type : DVD single-layer.
[3]
Disc type : DVD double-layer.
[4]
Disc type : CD.
[5]
Disc type : CD-RW.
[6]
Ejects the Disc.
[OK]
Executes.
[BACK] Returns to the initial screen display for the test.

[ X-3016 DVD Test ]


[X-3016 DVD Test] EDC-1
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Layer : 0
ID
: 20 03 0A 63
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[1] Select Layer 0


[2] Select Layer 1
[3] Disc Eject

Press [OK] to make a selection


Press [BACK] to DVD Test top(EDC end)

EDC-1 : Performs consecutive EDC tests.


EDC-2 : Performs EDC tests for each block.
ID : Performs ID of the test.

[1]
[2]
[3]
[OK]
[BACK]

Select layer 0.
Select layer 1.
Ejects the Disc.
Executes.
Returns to the test mode menu.

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[ X-3016 DVD Test ]


[X-3016 DVD Test] EDC-1

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Layer : 0
: 20 03 0A 63
ID
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[1] cursor right


[2] cursor left
[3] cursor up
[4] cursor down
[5] Star EDC-1
[6] Disc Eject
B

Press [OK] to make a selection


Press [BACK] to DVD Test top(EDC end)

EDC-1 : Performs consecutive EDC tests.


EDC-2 : Performs EDC tests for each block.
ID : Performs ID of the test.
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[OK]
[BACK]

Moves the cursor to the right by one increment.


Moves the cursor to the left by one increment.
Moves the cursor up by one increment.
Moves the cursor down by one increment.
Starts the EDC test.
Ejects the Disc.
Executes.
Returns to the test mode menu.

[ X-3016 DVD 1-Layer Servo. Test(1-0) ]


[X-3016 DVD 1-Layer Servo.Test(1-0)]
Status : Power On
Data : 1000 0000
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[1] Focus Close


[2] Focus Search(Start/Stop)
[3] CRG + (Start/Stop) [4] CRG - (Start/Stop)
[5] (LD-ON->LD-OFF / LD-OFF->LD-ON)
[6] CRG HOME

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FE Offset : 0000 0000 TE Offset : 0000 0000


AS Offset : 0000 0000 ENV Offset : 0000 0000
TG Offset : 0000 0000 DBAL
: 0000 0000
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Press [OK] to make a selection


Press [BACK] to DVD-1
E

Test items are basically the same for both DVDs and CDs.
Status : "Power On (during normal conditions)."
[1]
Closes in on the focus (proceed to servo test 2-0).
[2]
Performs a focus search operation (S-curve measurement). Focus operation will then be stopped.
[3]
Moves the carriage (external). The carriage transition operation will then be stopped.
[4]
Moves the carriage (internal). The carriage transition operation will then be stopped.
[5]
Performs LD-ON/OFF operation.
[6]
Returns the carriage to the home position.
[BACK] Returns to the DVD test menu screen display.
F

* This operation will not be performed until the coefficient figures have been received.
* Focus closing and searching will not operate unless the LD-ON setting is made to less than 9 seconds.

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[ X-3016 DVD 1-Layer Servo. Test(2-0) ]


[X-3016 DVD 1-Layer Servo.Test(2-0)]
Status : Focus Closed
Data : 2000 0000

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[1] T.Bal
[2] Focus Jump
[3] CRG + (Start/Stop)
[4] CRG - (Start/Stop)
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FE MAX : 0000 0000 FE MIN : 0000 0000


AS MAX : 0000 0000 ENV MAX : 0000 0000
FE Normal : 0000 0000
TE MAX : 0000 0000 TE MIN : 0000 0000
B

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Press [OK] to make a selection


Press [BACK] to DVD-1

Test items are basically the same for both DVDs and CDs.
Status : "Focus Close (during normal conditions)."
[1]
Adjusts tracking balance (proceeds to servo test 3-0).
[2]
Performs a focus jump operation.
[3]
Moves the carriage (external). The carriage transition operation will then be stopped.
[4]
Moves the carriage (internal). The carriage transition operation will then be stopped.
[BACK] Returns to the DVD test menu screen display.

* This operation will not be performed until the coefficient figures have been received.

[ X-3016 DVD 2-Layer Servo. Test(3-0) ]


[X-3016 DVD 2-Layer Servo.Test(3-0)]
Status : Focus Closed2
Data : 3000 0000
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[1] Tracking Close


[2] CRG + (Start/Stop)

[3] CRG - (Start/Stop)

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T.Bal(Layer 0) : 0000 0000


T.Bal(Layer 1) : 0000 0000
TE Normal(Layer 0) : 0000 0000
TE Normal(Layer 1) : 0000 0000
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Press [OK] to make a selection


Press [BACK] to DVD-1

Test items are basically the same for both DVDs and CDs.
Status : "Focus Close 2 (during normal conditions)."
[1]
Performs tracking close operation (proceeds to servo test 4-0).
[3]
Moves the carriage (external). The carriage transition operation will then be stopped.
[4]
Moves the carriage (internal). The carriage transition operation will then be stopped.
[BACK] Returns to the DVD test menu screen display.
* This operation will not be performed until the coefficient figures have been received.

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[ X-3016 DVD 2-Layer Servo. Test(4-0) ]


[X-3016 DVD 2-Layer Servo.Test(4-0)]
Status :Tracking Close
Data : 4000 0000

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[1] Error Rate...1.105E-4 [2] Read Speed: x1.3 CLV


[3] Track Jump+ [4] Track Jump[5] Focus Jump [6] ID Search
[7] Tracking Open (to Focus Close)
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F.Bal(0) : 0000 0000 F.Gain(0) : 0000 0000


F.Bal(1) : 0000 0000 F.Gain(1) : 0000 0000
T.Gain(0) : 0000 0000 AS Normal(0) : 0000 0000
T.Gain(1) : 0000 0000 AS Normal(1) : 0000 0000
B

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Press [OK] to make a selection


Press [BACK] - DVD-1

Test items are basically the same for both DVDs and CDs.
Status : "Tracking Close (during normal conditions)."
[1]
[OK] triggers measurement of the error rates (other operations can not be performed for
approximately 10 seconds.
[2]
[OK] triggers switching of the reproduction speed.
[3]
Performs track jumping by a designated number of tracks (external).
[4]
Performs track jumping by a designated number of tracks (internal).
[5]
Performs a focus jump operation (for DVDs only).
[6]
Designates an ID (for DVDs only).
[7]
Performs a tracking open operation (for the focus close status : will proceed to servo test 2-0).
[BACK] Returns to the DVD test menu screen display.

* This operation will not be performed until the coefficient figures have been received.
Reproduction speeds
L0-layer
DVD x 1.3CLV, CD x 2
L0-layer
DVD x 1CLV
L1-layer
DVD x 1.3CLV
L1-layer
DVD x 1CLV

4000 0000
4200 0000
4100 0000
4300 0000

[ X-3016 DVD Servo. Test(4-3) ]


[X-3016 DVD Servo.Test(4-3)]
Status :Tracking Closed
Data : 4x00 0000
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[1] Track appointment


[2] Start Track Jump+/-

Press [OK] to make a selection


Press [BACK] to Back

Test items are basically the same for both DVDs and CDs.
Status : "Tracking Close (during normal conditions)."
[1]
Performs a track number designation (MS3 cyclically switches the available patterns).
[2]
Starts the tracking jump operation (will proceed to servo test 4-0).

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[ X-3016 DVD Servo. Test(4-6) ]


[X-3016 DVD Servo.Test(4-6)]
Status :Tracking Close
Data : 4A00 0000

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[1] ID appointment : 0000 0000


[2] cursor right
[3] cursor left
[4] cursor up
[5] cursor down
[6] Start ID Search

Press [OK] to make a selection


Press [BACK] to Back

Available for DVDs only.


Status : "Tracking Close (during normal conditions)."
[1]
Displays designated ID.
[2]
Moves the cursor to the right by one increment.
[3]
Moves the cursor to the left by one increment.
[4]
Moves the cursor up by one increment.
[5]
Moves the cursor down by one increment.
[6]
Starts the ID search operation (return to servo test 4-0).

Display data of adjustment value


FE Offset
TE Offset
AS Offset
ENV Offset
TG Offset
DBAL
FE MAX
FE MIN
AS MAX
ENV MAX
FE Normal
S.Gain
T.Bal (layer-0)
T.Bal (layer-1)
G.Bal (layer-0)
G.Bal (layer-1)
TE Normal (layer-0)
TE Normal (layer-1)
F.Bal (layer-0)
F.Bal (layer-1)
F.Gain (layer-0)
F.Gain (layer-1)
T.Gain (layer-0)
T.Gain (layer-1)
AS Normal (layer-0)
AS Normal (layer-1)

FE offset coefficient
TE offset coefficient
AS offset coefficient
ENV offset coefficient
TG offset coefficient
DBAL offset coefficient
FE MAX level
FE MIN level
AS MAX level
ENV MAX level
FE normalize coefficient
Spindle gain coefficient
TBAL coefficient (layer-0)
TBAL coefficient (layer-1)
GBAL coefficient (layer-0)
GBAL coefficient (layer-1)
TE normalize coefficient (layer-0)
TE normalize coefficient (layer-1)
FBAL coefficient (layer-0)
FBAL coefficient (layer-1)
Focus gain coefficient (layer-0)
Focus gain coefficient (layer-1)
Tracking gain coefficient (layer-0)
Tracking gain coefficient (layer-1)
AS normalize adjustment value (layer-0)
AS normalize adjustment value (layer-1)

0000 0000[h] - FFFF FFFF[h]


0000 0000[h] - FFFF FFFF[h]
0000 0000[h] - FFFF FFFF[h]
0000 0000[h] - FFFF FFFF[h]
0000 0000[h] - FFFF FFFF[h]
0000 0000[h] - FFFF FFFF[h]
0000 0000[h] - FFFF FFFF[h]
0000 0000[h] - FFFF FFFF[h]
0000 0000[h] - FFFF FFFF[h]
0000 0000[h] - FFFF FFFF[h]
0000 0000[h] - FFFF FFFF[h]
0000 0000[h] - FFFF FFFF[h]
0000 0000[h] - FFFF FFFF[h]
0000 0000[h] - FFFF FFFF[h]
0000 0000[h] - FFFF FFFF[h]
0000 0000[h] - FFFF FFFF[h]
0000 0000[h] - FFFF FFFF[h]
0000 0000[h] - FFFF FFFF[h]
0000 0000[h] - FFFF FFFF[h]
0000 0000[h] - FFFF FFFF[h]
0000 0000[h] - FFFF FFFF[h]
0000 0000[h] - FFFF FFFF[h]
0000 0000[h] - FFFF FFFF[h]
0000 0000[h] - FFFF FFFF[h]
0000 0000[h] - FFFF FFFF[h]
0000 0000[h] - FFFF FFFF[h]

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6.8 USING THE TEST DISC


TEST DISC Part No. : GGV1137

REMOTE CONTROLLER Part No.


Description
Co-packed remote controller with AVIC-8DVD/EW
Co-packed remote controller with AVIC-9DVD/EW, UC
Co-packed remote controller with AVIC-8DVD-2/EW, -9DVD-2/EW, -90DVD/UC
Optional remote controller

Part No.
CXB7427
CXB7426
CXB9118
CD-R11

1. Start/End
1-1. Start
When the test disc is inserted, the title NN622/NN623 TEST DISC will be displayed.
If [RETURN] key is pressed while the title is being displayed, the menu screen will be displayed. If no key is
pressed, the first screen of the inspection screen for line will be displayed.

Title screen

NN622 / NN623 TEST DISC

1-2. End
No action is taken.

2. Key operation
In the case of inspection screen for line
1. The inspection screen and the menu screen can be switched alternately using the [CR] key on the remote
controller.
2. The screen will go back to the previous screen by the [ ] key on the remote controller.
3. The screen will move forward to the next screen by the [ ] key on the remote controller.
(Unless the inspection is finished, the screen will not move forward. The screen will not move forward, too,
if there is an NG item.)
E

* Refer to the explanation of each screen for the details.


In the case of service menu screen
1. Select an inspection item by the [ ] and [ ] keys on the remote controller, and inspection screen will appear
when the [CR] key is pressed.
2. When the [RETURN] key on the remote controller is pressed, the screen will go back to the menu screen.
* Refer to the explanation of each screen for the details.

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Menu screens
A

Self Test Menu


1. External Connection
2. Dual Illumination check
3. Touch Panel check
4. Microphone & Gain control
5. Data Communication (Short)
6. Data Communication (Open)
7. Natural Drawing & Rear View
[CR KEY] The selected menu is started.

Self Test Menu


8. VTR In check
9. FM multiplex tuner error
10. GPS Self check
11. Software version display
12. Language Flag setup mode
13. Memory all cleay
14. GPS sensitivity measurement

[CR KEY] The selected menu is started.

Self Test Menu


15. Picture RGB check
16. GPS information
17. Sound play
18. File Maintenance mode
19. Picture check
20. Device check(Design engineer only)
21. Memory all clear (for Service)

[CR KEY] The selected menu is started.

Self Test Menu

22. BackUp Memory clear


23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
[CR KEY] The selected menu is started.
F

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3. Inspection screen
A

1. Connection check
1. Connection check
Illumination signal
ON
Parking brake signal
ON
Reverse gear signal
REV
Car speed signal
0
Gyro
LEFT << 42374
Gyro voltage
2.434V OK
delta sigma
0.6 OK
Battery voltage
12.3V
G sensor
++
58431
G sensor voltage
1.985V OK
delta sigma
0.6 OK
Remote controller
PRESENT
Mic connect
ON
[joy stick down] It progresses to the next inspection.

The status of the item indicated in the above figure will be updated every second.
Set ANTON port to H when starting the inspection and set to L when ending.
When the gyro is in operation, a BEEP sound will be made when the G sensor is activated.
Right: 500Hz, Left: 700Hz. Up: 800Hz, Down: 600Hz
Conditions for moving on to the next inspection
Illumination status is changing between ON and OFF.
Parking brake status is changing between ON and OFF.
Reverse status is changing between NOR and REV.
Pulse is changing to a value other than 0/0.
Mic connect status is changing between ON and OFF.
All keys on the main body as listed below have been pressed at least once.

Standard value for other items


GYRO voltage
OK: 2.50.15
USABLE: 2.50.30
GYRO variation
OK: Less than 30
G sensor voltage
OK: 2.50.15
USABLE: 2.50.30
G sensor variation
OK: Less than 60

Only when all the conditions are met, you can move on to the next inspection by the [ ] key on the remote
controller. It should be noted, however, that you will not be able to move on to the next inspection if there is
an error (background color is red) even if the conditions are met.
<Supplemental explanation regarding error display>
Displayed message
Structural data error

No connection to DRAGON

Command error

Unknown error

Details of the error


An error when data cannot be received from A/D converter.
Defective device of the A/D converter seems to be the cause.
It will also happen in case the vehicle speed pulse cannot be measured. (rare)
An error when communication with DRAGON cannot be established.
Communication error due to a hardware problem could be the cause.
It is highly possible that the hardware on the DRAGON side is defective.
Time out error for response to BIOS call.
Communication error due to a hardware problem could be the cause.
It is highly possible that the hardware on the DRAGON side is defective.
Error due to unknown reason.

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2. Dual Illumination color check


A

2. Dual Illumination color check

[NAVI] The color of illuminations is changed.


[joy stick down] It progresses to the next inspection.

Color switching for dual illumination can be made.


In the case of UC model, this inspection will not be performed, and the system will move on to the next
inspection.
Color is changed to GREEN/LED by the [NAVI] key on the remote controller.
Move on to the next inspection by the [ ] key on the remote controller.

3. Touch Panel check


C

Touch panel inspection must be performed at 16 locations.


If the coordinate obtained by pressing the white spot is within the effective range, it will be determined as
OK, and the next white spot will be displayed.
If the coordinate obtained is outside of the effective range, it will be determined as NG.
If all 16 locations turned out to be OK, then this test is considered to be OK.
If coordinate cannot be obtained in approximately 5 seconds after the white spot is displayed, the inspection is
determined as NG.
Only if the inspection is OK, the inspection will move on to the next step by the [ ] key on the remote controller.

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4. Microphone & Gain control check


A

4. Microphone & Gain control check


Gain level(0-7)

REC

[->] raise gain


[<-] lower gain
[joy stick down] It progresses to the next inspection.
B

The voice channel is inspected by recording the voice from MIC input (Lch) on a memory, playing back the
recorded data and outputting from the SP.
Recording of MIC input voice and playback of the recorded data is done at every second. (1 second recording
1 second playback will be repeated during inspection.) REC and PLAY will be displayed on the screen during
recording and play back, respectively.
Voice channel
MIC voice input ADC Lch input ASIC voice block Data storage (recorded on the memory)
Play back of recorded voice data ASIC voice block DAC Lch output SP output
Operation (remote controller)
[ ] : MIC input gain (PROGGAIN0-2) is lowered.
[ ] : MIC input gain (PROGGAIN0-2) is increased.
[NAVI] : Muting of ONSEIMUTE signal is switched between ON and OFF by a toggle switch.
[ ] : Move on to the next inspection.

5. Data Communication (Short Circuit) check (Not for service)


5. Data Communication (Short Circuit) check
Serial I/O #5(for Extension)
Serial I/O #7(for Debug)

OK
OK
D

[joy stick down] It progresses to the next inspection.

SIO connection short is checked.


Loop back check is performed on 5CH and 7CH.
Wait screen is displayed until the checking is completed.
When [RETURN] key on the remote controller is pressed while the inspection result is being displayed on the
screen, inspection will be performed once again.
Only in the case of OK, you can move on to the next inspection by the [ ] key on the remote controller.

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6. Data Communication (Open Circuit) check (Not for service)


A

6. Data Communication (Open Circuit) check


Serial I/O #5(for Extension)
Serial I/O #7(for Debug)

OK
OK

[joy stick down] It progresses to the next inspection.


B

SIO connection open is checked.


Check is performed on 5CH and 7CH.
Do not connect anything to the terminal. OK will be indicated under open condition.
Wait screen is displayed until the checking is completed.
When [RETURN] key on the remote controller is pressed while the inspection result is being displayed on the
screen, inspection will be performed once again.
Only in the case of OK, you can move on to the next inspection by the [ ] key on the remote controller.

7. Natural Drawing & Rear View


C

Natural image consisting of 256 colors will be drawn on the BG screen.


ADPCM 1kHz sine wave at the sampling rate of 19kHz will be output for 30 seconds.
Rear view image will be displayed on the right hand side of the screen.
GUIDEON terminal will be set to H when entering the screen, and set to L when exiting the screen.
Volume level can be changed by the [ ] and [ ] keys on the remote controller. (0 to 9)
[JPEG file name: ZHITO1.JPEG]
[Voice file name: A19K01KS.WAV]
You can move on to the next inspection by the [ ] key on the remote controller.
E

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8. VTR check
A

8. VTR check

[joy stick down] It progresses to the next inspection.


B

External input image (VTR input image) is displayed and voice is outputted.
You can move on to the next inspection by the [ ] key on the remote controller.

9. FM multiplex tuner error rate measurement

9. FM multiplex tuner error rate measurement


Push Back key to go to re-check.
C

FM Frequency
Frequency to check
Blocks Received Correctly
Blocks with one bit corrected
Blocks with two bits corrected
Blocks Received with error

87.50
87.50
0500
0000
0000
0000

[<- -> to adjust FM frequency]


[joy stick down] It progresses to the next inspection.

FM multiplexing error is measured.


In the case of UC model, this inspection is not performed and the system will move on to the next inspection.
Default frequency is 87.5MHz.
When entering this mode for the first time, the result of measurement at the time of test disc boot up will be
displayed.
After the measurement is taken, the frequency can be changed by the [ ] and [ ] keys.
500 blocks will be measured, and if there are 450 or more blocks without error, then it will be determined as OK.
Only in the case of OK, you can move on to the next inspection by the [ ] key on the remote controller.

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10. GPS Self check


A

10. GPS Self check


2002/12/12 15:35:23
Using satellites NO.
01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08
Antenna connection
Receiving signal level
Latitude
Longitude

OK
13.5
3D 35 55 47.1
139 28 30.0

[joy stick down] It progresses to the next inspection.


B

GPS receiving status will be displayed.


Conditions to move on to the next inspection.
Antenna connection is OK.
Data is received from one or more satellite.
Time is being displayed.
When all the conditions are met, the background color will change to blue.
Only when all the conditions are met, you can move on to the next inspection by the [ ] key on the remote
controller.
It should be noted, however, that you will not be able to move on to the next inspection if there is an error
(background color is red) even if the conditions are met.
C

<Supplemental explanation regarding error display>


Displayed message
No connection to DRAGON

Command error

Invalid data
D

Details of the error


This is an error when communication with DRAGON is not established.
Communication error due to a hardware problem could be the cause.
It is highly possible that the hardware on the DRAGON side is defective.
Time out error for response to BIOS call.
Communication error due to a hardware problem could be the cause.
It is highly possible that the hardware on the DRAGON side is defective.
This is an error when request is made while the data for response is not
prepared (not obtained from DRAGON).
Communication error due to a hardware problem could be the cause.
It is highly possible that the hardware on the DRAGON side is defective.

11. Software version


11. Software version
1.00
System boot version
1.00
System OS version
Syscon version
6.11
7.06
TV ucom version
Monitor ucom version
6.04
Drive core version
9.22
Drive apl version
8.21
GPS program version
5.02 03/09/09 3.60
GPS model
04EW DVD (0x22)
HydeAway model
04EW DVD
Region code
2
[joy stick down] It progresses to the next inspection.

It indicates the version information of the software.


As for the GPS model, it will be considered OK if either 04EW DVD or 04UC DVD is displayed.
As for the Hide away model, it will be considered OK if either 04EW DVD or 04UC DVD is displayed.
As for the region code, it will be considered OK if 2 is displayed in the case of EW model and if 1 is displayed
for UC model.
When GPS model, Hide away model and region code are all OK, you can move on to the next inspection
by the [ ] key on the remote controller.

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12. Language selection flag initialize


A

12. Language selection flag initialize


Language selection flag is initialize.

[joy stick down] It progresses to the next inspection.


B

When the system enters into this inspection, language selection will be set to the original setting made at
the time of shipment (i.e. no setting).
* The setting is made to display the screen for selecting the language to be used at the initial boot up after
the shipment out of the factory.
The setting is made when the system enters into this inspection.
You can move on to the next inspection by the [ ] key on the remote controller.

13. All memory clear (Not for service)


C

13. All memory clear


The clearance of SRAM (application domain)
The clearance of FLASH (application domain)
Elimination of a sensor study value

[NAVI] Inspection is performed.

SRAM (application domain) is cleared.


FLASH (application domain) is cleared.
Sensor learning level is cleared.
If SRAM clear is not successful, FLASH will not be cleared.
After the inspection screen is displayed, the above process is executed by the [NAVI] key on the remote
controller.
The result of the process is displayed.
Only when everything is OK, you can move on to the next inspection by the [ ] key on the remote
controller.
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14. GPS sensitivity measurement


A

14. GPS sensitivity measurement


Satellite NO. 3 [<- -> to select satellite]
CH.
Look
SNR(AMU) SNR(dB)
1
OK
12.3
23.4
2
OK
12.3
23.4
3
OK
12.3
23.4
4
OK
12.3
23.4
5
OK
12.3
23.4
6
OK
12.3
23.4
7
OK
12.3
23.4
8
OK
12.3
23.4
ALL
OK
Sensitivity:
20.4(db)
DoppRMS: 1.78(Hz)
[joy stick down] Raw work inspection is ended.

GPS can be changed by the [ ] and [ ] keys on the remote controller.


Sensitivity of the selected GPS is displayed by the [RETURN] key on the remote controller.
Production engineering inspection is ended and service menu is displayed by the [ ] key on the remote
controller.
<Supplemental explanation regarding error display>
Displayed message
Details of the error
No connection to DRAGON
This is an error when communication with DRAGON is not established.
Communication error due to a hardware problem could be the cause.
It is highly possible that the hardware on the DRAGON side is defective.
Command error
Time out error for response to BIOS call.
Communication error due to a hardware problem could be the cause.
It is highly possible that the hardware on the DRAGON side is defective.

15. Picture RGB check

RGB bridge is inspected.


The screen can be switched by the [ ] and [ ] keys on the remote controller.
RGB is drawn in the pattern of R 100%
R 50%
G 100%
G 50%
B 100%
Total of 6 screens will be displayed.

B 50%.

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16. GPS information


A

16. GPS information


0D T2 H25.5 V25.5
SV Azi Ev SNR Flag
10 119 39 3.0
UY-26
25 60 4.9 UYC18 310 25 0.0
---m
23 305 33 0.0
---m
17 317 49 0.0
---m
9 196 56 0.0
---m
14 260 73 0.0
---m
4 142 81 0.0
---m

01/03/28 23:05:47
Acc Doppler SrchW
3
-2249
2883
2
-1051
3496
f
+0 12487
f
+0 21812
f
+0 21812
f
+0 21812
f
+0
5994
3
+0
5994

Position Sv Stat Ver & Diag Err Info


B

Position information will be displayed when the cursor is at the Position position and the [CR] key
is pressed on the remote controller.
Status information will be displayed when the cursor is at the Sv Stat position and the [CR] key
is pressed on the remote controller.
Diagnosis information will be displayed when the cursor is at the Ver&Diag position and the [CR] key
is pressed on the remote controller.
Error information will be displayed when the cursor is at the Err Info position and the [CR] key
is pressed on the remote controller.
When an inspection is performed, status information (the screen shown above) will be displayed first.
C

17. Sound play

17. Sound play


ADPCM fixation 11K 1K L
ADPCM fixation 11K 1K mono
ADPCM fixation 11K 1K R
ADPCM fixation 11K 1K ste
ADPCM fixation 19K 1K L
ADPCM fixation 19K 1K mono
ADPCM fixation 19K 1K R
Main fader Vol.[0-15]

[-> Vol up, <- Vol down]


[return] It returns to a menu screen.
Voice file (WAVE format) will be played back.
The voice selected by the [CR] key on the remote controller will be played back.
Volume level can be changed by the [ ] and [ ] keys on the remote controller.

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18. File maintenance


A

18. File maintenance


Totale Capacity : 216.5K Remain : 216.3K
Media:SRAM: Path:
LOGINFO.CFG 20
84 02 / 08 / 07 17:35
LOCPOS .DAT 20
68 01 / 01 / 01 21:22

[1]Media [2]Copy [3]Delete [4]Dump [0]Help


B

File can be copied, deleted or dumped.


Refer to HELP for how to use each function.

19. Picture check MENU

19. Picture check MENU

1/2

1. Plane
2. Color Bar
3. Cross Hatch
4. Sweep
5. Step
6. Ramp
7. Window
8. Mono Scope
9. Vertical Resolution Column

[Push OK to make a selection]


[return] It returns to a menu screen.
A pattern is selected by the [ ] and [ ] keys and an image is displayed by the [CR] key.
D

1. Plain
Display is made in the order of black, blue, red, pink, green, light blue, yellow and white by the
[ ] and [ ] keys operation on the remote controller.
2. Color bar
White, yellow, light blue, green, pink, red, blue, black bars will be displayed from left to right.
3. Cross hatch
4. Sweep
5. Step
6. Lamp
7. Window
8. Mono scope
9. Cycle line 1
10. Cycle line 2
11. Horizontal stripe 1
12. Horizontal stripe 2
13. Chinese character pattern
14. Map (map.jpg)
15. Natural image (nature.jpg)
16. Portrait 1 (hito1.jpg)
17. Portrait 2 (hito2.jpg)

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20. Device Check


A

20. Device Check


1. SDRAM (0X48000000 - 0X4BFFFFFF)
2. SRAM (0X42000000 - 0X4203FFFF)
3. ASIC (0X43000270 - 0X43000274)
4. ALL Device

[return] It returns to a menu screen.

The above devices will be inspected for engineering purpose.


A device is selected by the [ ] and [ ] keys on the remote controller, and cleared by the [CR] key.
On each device screen, a pattern is selected by the [ ] and [ ] keys on the remote controller, and inspection
is started by the [CR] key on the remote controller.

21. All memory clear (for Service)

21. All memory clear (for Service)


C

The clearance of SRAM (application domain)


The clearance of FLASH (application domain)

[NAVI] Inspection is performed.


[return] It returns to a menu screen.
D

SRAM (application domain) is cleared.


FLASH (application domain) is cleared.
If SRAM clear is not successful, FLASH will not be cleared.
After the inspection screen is displayed, the above process is executed by the [NAVI] key on the remote
controller.
The result of the process is displayed.

22. Initialization of a backup variable


22. Initialization of a backup variable
E

A backup variable is initialized.


Cautions
System reset is carried out after initialization.

[NAVI] A backup variable is initialized.


[return] It returns to a menu screen.
F

Back up variables are initialized by the [NAVI] key on the remote controller for system reset.
The screen will return to the menu screen by the [RETURN] key on the remote controller.

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7. GENERAL INFORMATION
7.1 DIAGNOSIS
A

7.1.1 DISASSEMBLY
- Removing the Grille Assy (Fig.1)

Remove the two screws and then remove


the Holder.
Disconnect the connector.

Remove the two screws and then remove


the Grille Assy.

- Removing the Case

Remove the five screws.(Fig.1)

Remove the screw and then remove


the Case.(Fig.1)

Note) Inside the product there is a flexible substrate


that connects the Case and the Bracket.
Be very careful and do not give it a strong pull
when removing the Case, otherwise it may
be torn.

3
2

Remove the four screws. (Fig.2)

Case

Holder

Grille Assy
Fig.1

Disconnect the connector and then remove the


Bracket. (Fig.2)
Remove the Case.(Fig.1)
D

Bracket
Fig.2

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- Removing the DVD Mechanism Module (Fig.3)

Relay PCB
A

Remove the four screws.

Disconnect the connector and then remove the


DVD Mechanism Module.

1
1

- Removing the Relay PCB (Fig.3)

Straighten the tab at location indicated.

Remove the two screws.

Disconnect the connector and then remove the


Relay PCB.

DVD Mechanism Module

Fig.3
C

- Removing the CC Unit (Fig.4)

Bracket

Remove the screw.

1
2

Remove the three screws and then remove


the Bracket.

Remove the six screws and then remove


the CC Unit.

CC Unit
Fig.4

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- Removing the Case (Fig.5)


A

Remove the two screws and then remove


the Holder.

Remove the screw.

Remove the five screws and then remove


the Case.

1
3

3
2

Case

Holder
Fig.5

Motor Unit

- Removing the Display Assy (Fig.6)

Switch

Remove the screw.

Disconnect the connector and then remove


the Motor Unit.

1
C

Remove the two screws and then remove


the two Holders.

Pull out the Display Assy in the arrow


indicated direction.

Note) When reassembling, hold the switch down


with tweezers or the like and put the Display Assy
back to the Chassis. Otherwise, the switch may be
damaged and not function properly.

Holder

Display Assy

Holder
Fig.6

- Removing the Main Unit (Fig.7)

Shaft Unit

Bracket

Remove the screw and then remove


the Bracket.

Remove the four screws and then


remove the Shaft Unit.

Remove the three screws.

3
1

2
3

Disconnect the connector and then remove


the Main Unit.

Main Unit

Fig.7

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- Removing the Display Assy (Fig.8)

Display Assy

Holder
A

Remove the two screws and then remove


the Holder.

Remove the three screws and then remove


the Cover Unit.

Remove the four screws.

Disconnect the connector and then remove


the Display Assy.

Cover Unit

Fig.8

- Removing the Monitor PCB (Fig.9)

Straighten the tabs at two locations indicated.

Remove the screw.

Disconnect the connector and then remove


the Monitor PCB.

Monitor PCB

Fig.9

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- Removing the Case (Fig.10)

Case

Remove the nine screws and then


remove the Case.

1
1

1
Fig.10

- Removing the Mother Tuner Unit (Fig.11)

Remove the four screws.

1
1

Disconnect the connector and then remove


the Mother Tuner Unit.

Mother Tuner Unit

Fig.11

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- Precautions on handling the mechanism module


1. Hold the upper and main frames.
2. Do not hold the front portion of the upper frame. It is a delicate part.
3. Do not touch the switches on the top panel.
4. Be careful not to catch the flexible cables.

Do not touch here.


Do not touch here.
Do not hold this delicate portion.

- Removing the DVD Core Unit(MS3)


1. Set the mechanism to the lock position (disc load standby position).
2. Place the mechanism module upside down.
3. Short the two lands on the pickup flexible cable as shown below.
4. Be sure to disconnect the pickup flexible cable and the CRG flexible cable from the connectors
to protect them from damages.
5. Remove solder from the load motor leads and clamp SW leads.
6. Loosen the two fixing screws. Lift the position A of the DVD Core Unit lightly and move it
in the direction B to remove it. Be careful not to damage the flexible cable C.
7. Disconnect the 8/12 detection flexible-cable from the connector.

Short here.
DVD Core Unit(MS3)

Connector
(for pickup flexible cable)
Connector
(for 8/12 detection flexible cable)
Load motor
leads and clamp SW leads

Connector
(for CRG flexible cable)

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- Removing the Pickup Unit


1. Remove the module pc board in accordance with the procedure of "Removing the module pc board."
2. While holding the pickup case, remove the Skew screw (main).
3. Lifting the end of the pickup rack, slide the main shaft, and remove the Pickup Unit.
Notes:
Replacing the pickup unit requires the skew adjustment.
Remove glue from both ends of the main and sub shafts, and skew stud.
Do not reuse the old skew screw. Be sure to use a brand-new skew screw supplied with a new Pickup Unit.
Fix the skew screw with Screw lock (GYL1001) after adjustment.

Skew screw (main)


B

Skew screw
Pickup Unit
Sub shaft

Skew screw

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- How to install the Volume Unit fo the Drive Unit


When install the Volume Unit, adjust the positioning of the rotating angle of the gear.

1. Set the Monitor Unit horizontally with the Main Unit of the Drive Unit.

2. When install the gear unit, rotate the gear by hand until the square box of the gear keeps in a horizontal
position like the figure below.

Square box

*Gap of one teeth is acceptable.

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7.1.2 PCB LOCATIONS


A

N SW Unit
I

M Main Unit
Inverter PCB

G Monitor PCB

Relay PCB

O Volume
Unit

H Upper
PCB

B Keyboard PCB
C Panel PCB

A CC Unit

D DVD Core Unit(MS3)


E

Compound Unit(A)

Compound Unit(B)

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TELE ATLAS / DEBUG

1 : PRE L
2 : PRE L GND
3 : PRE R
4 : PRE R GND
5 : RL
6 : RL GND
7 : RR

1 : NC
2 : NC
3 : GNDD
4 : CTOEX
5 : EXTOC

6 : HYOKA
7 : CTOTA
8 : TATOC
9 : VTA
10 : TAGND

1 3 5 7 9

RGB

15 : WREM AN
16 : WREM GND
17 : MIC R
18 : GUIDEON
19 : MIC L
20 : MIC GND

1 : RETR
2 : RETL
3 : ISOGND
4 : SELR
5 : SELL
6 : GNDISO
7 : SELV
8 : SELVG
9 : VST
10 : VDT

6mm MAX

21 : BSENS
22 : REM
23 : MTOH
24 : HTOM
25 : HTOP
26 : PTOH
27 : SWVDD
28 : FM85
29 : SWBUP
30 : GNDFM

25 27 29

26 28 30

11 : VCK
12 : CTOGPS
13 : GPSTOC
14 : RETV
15 : VGND
16 : RQ
17 : MUTEVOL/SWACPW
18 : MUTEAMP
19 : ASENBO
20 : RESET

1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23

2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24

8 : RR GND
9 : FL
10 : FL GND
11 : FR
12 : FR GND
13 : BREM
14 : WREM SEL

19 17 15 13 11 9 7 5 3 1

1 : FL2 : RL3 : FL+


4 : RL+
5 : FR6 : RR7 : FR+
8 : RR+

9 : P. B.
10 : VGND
11 : ACC
12 : A. ANT
13 : ILM
14 : MUTE
15 : B. UP
16 : GND

2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16

1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15

VEHICLE I/F

G.SP

GUIDE SPEAKER OUT

4
3

1 : GND
2 : GND
3 : DTEST
4 : DIGIOUT

2
1

DIGITAL OUT

2 4 6 8 10

EXTENSION

20 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2

5
7
8

7.1.3 CONNECTOR FUNCTION DESCRIPTION


A

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CAR SPEED SIGNAL INPUT


REVERSE GEAR SIGNAL INPUT

GPS ANTENNA

IP-BUS
4
3
2
1

7
6
5

1. BUS+
2. BUSG
3. LG
4. NC
5. BUS-

AV-BUS
VIDEO OUTPUT AUDIO R OUTPUT
AUDIO L OUTPUT

11
10
9
8

13 12 11 10
9 8 7 6
5
2

4
1

1. VIDEO GND
2. COMP VIDEO
3. NC
4. IP-SEL1
5. IP-SEL2
6. LED-V
7. GND

6. BUSC
7. BUSL
8. ASENB
9. BUSR
10. BUSRG
11. BUSLG

8. BEEP MUTE
9. BEEP10. REMOUT
11. NEW AV SENS
12. AV ON
13. BEEP+

AUDIO L INPUT
VIDEO INPUT
AUDIO R INPUT

RGB
ANTENNA

2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24

REAR VIEW CAMERA

1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23

1 : RETR
2 : RETL
3 : ISOGND
4 : SELR
5 : SELL
6 : GNDISO
7 : SELV
8 : SELVG
9 : VST
10 : VDT
11 : VCK
12 : CTOGPS
13 : GPSTOC
14 : RETV
15 : VGND

25 27 29

16 : RQ
17 : MUTEVOL/SWACPW
18 : MUTEAMP
19 : ASENBO
20 : RESET
21 : BSENS
22 : REM
23 : MTOH
24 : HTOM
25 : HTOP
26 : PTOH
27 : SWVDD
28 : FM85
29 : SWBUP
30 : GNDFM

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7.2 PARTS
7.2.1 IC
MB86291APFVS-G-DL
S-L2980A33MC-C6S
NJM2561F1
PD6336C
PD5937A
PD3390A
LC72720YVS(EW model)

AK4351VT
AK5381VT
HY57V561620CLT-H
K4S561632E-TL75
PEH005A(UC model)
PEH003A(EW model)
PEH006A(UC model)
PEH004A(EW model)

SBX3050-01
PD6473A(UC model)
PD6472A(EW model)
PD6340A
PE5413B
S-80835CNNB-B8U
SI6544DQ
TK15404AMI

S-93C46BR0I-J8T1
R1224N102H
HA12240FP
S-L2980A50MC-C7J
S-812C33AMC-C2N
PE5412B(UC model)
PE5411B(EW model)

AK4351VT

DIF1

LRCK

MCLK

DEM

DIF0 DIF1

CKS

TST
VDD

De-emphasis
LRCK

SDATA

pd

MCLK

DEM

CKS

Clock Divider

VCOM

Serial Input
Interface

BICK
SDATA

DIF0

15

VSS

14

VDD

13

VREF

12

VCOM

11

AOUTL

10

AOUTR

TST

VSS

Control

BICK

16

8X
Interpolator

8X
Interpolator

Modulator

Modulator

LPF

AOUTL

LPF

AOUTR

VREF

PD

AK5381VT

AINR

Modulator

Decimation
Filter

16

CKS0

AINL

Modulator

Decimation
Filter

15

CKS2

CKS1

Voltage
Reference

14

DIF

VCOM

13

PDN

AGND

12

SCLK

11

MCLK

Serial I/O
Interface

Clock
Divider

VA

VD

10

LRCK

DGND

SDTO
F

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IC's marked by * are MOS type.


Be careful in handling them because they are
very liable to be damaged by electrostatic induction.

* K4S561632E-TL75

* HY57V561620CLT-H

VDD1

54 VSS3

VDD

54 VSS

DQ0

53 DQ15

DQ0

53 DQ15

VDDQ1

52 VSSQ4

VDDQ

52 VSSQ

DQ1

51 DQ14

DQ1

DQ2

50 DQ13

DQ2

VSSQ1

DQ3

DQ4

VDDQ2

DQ5

10

A0-A11 : Address input


BA0-BA1 : Bank select address
DQ0-DQ15 : Data input/output
CLK : Clock input
CKE : Clock enable
cs : Chip select
ras : Row address strobe
cas : Column address strobe
we : Write enable
LDQM : Lower DQ mask enable
UDQM : Upper DQ mask enable
VDD : Power supply
VSS : GND
VDDQ : Data output power supply
VSSQ : Data output GND
NC : Not used

VSSQ

48 DQ12

DQ3

47 DQ11

DQ4

VDDQ

DQ5

10

49 VDDQ4

46

VSSQ3

45 DQ10

48 DQ12
47 DQ11
46

11

42 DQ8

DQ7

13

41 VSS2

VDD

14

LDQM

15

40

WE

16

39 UDQM

CAS

17

38 CLK

RAS

18

37 CKE

CS

19

36 NC

13

VDD2

14

LDQM

15

40

WE

16

39 UDQM

CAS

17

38 CLK

RAS

18

37 CKE

CS

19

36 NC

44 DQ9
43 VDDQ3

NC

44 DQ9
43 VDDQ
42 DQ8
41 VSS
NC

BA0

20

35 A11

BA0

20

35 A11

BA1

21

34 A9

BA1

21

34 A9

A10/AP

22

33 A8

A10/AP

22

33 A8

A0

23

32 A7

A0

23

32 A7

A1

24

31 A6

A1

24

31 A6

A2

25

30 A5

A2

25

30 A5

A3

26

29

A4

A3

26

29

A4

VDD3

27

28

VSS1

VDD

27

28

VSS

* PEH006A(UC model)
* PEH004A(EW model)

A15 1

48

A14 2

47 BYTE

A16

A15 1

48

A14 2

47 BYTE

A16

A13 3

46

VSS

A13 3

46

A12 4

45 DQ15/A-1

A12 4

45 DQ15/A-1

A11

44 DQ7

A11

44 DQ7

A10

43 DQ14

A9

42

41 DQ13

A8

41 DQ13

40 DQ5

NC

39

DQ12

NC 10

38

DQ4

WE 11

37

VCC

RESET 12

36

DQ11

NC 13
NC 14

A10

43 DQ14

A9

42

A8

NC

WE 11
RESET 12
NC 13

DQ0-DQ15 :Data input/output


A0-A18,A-1 :Address input
RY/BY :Ready/busy output
BYTE :8bit,16bit mode select
OE :Output enable
WE :Write enable
CE :Chip enable
RESET :Reset

DQ6

DQ0-DQ15 :Data input/output


A0-A18,A-1 :Address input
RY/BY :Ready/busy output
BYTE :8bit,16bit mode select
OE :Output enable
WE :Write enable
CE :Chip enable
RESET :Reset

VSS

DQ6

40 DQ5
39

DQ12

38

DQ4

37

VCC

36

DQ11

35

DQ3
DQ10

35

DQ3

RY/BY 15

34

DQ10

RY/BY 15

34

A18 16

33

DQ2

A18 16

33

DQ2

A17 17

32

DQ9

A17 17

32

DQ9

A7 18

31

DQ1

A7 18

31

DQ1

A6 19

30

DQ8

A6 19

30

DQ8

A5 20

29

DQ0

A5 20

29

DQ0

A4 21

28

OE

A4 21

28

OE

A3 22

27

VSS

A3 22

27

VSS

A2 23

26

CE

A2 23

26

CE

A1 24

25

A0

A1 24

25

A0

NC 14

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VSSQ

45 DQ10

12

DQ7

NC 10

49 VDDQ

DQ6

11
12

* PEH005A(UC model)
* PEH003A(EW model)

50 DQ13

VSSQ

DQ6
VSSQ2

51 DQ14

A0-A11 : Address input


BA0-BA1 : Bank select address
DQ0-DQ15 : Data input/output
CLK : Clock input
CKE : Clock enable
cs : Chip select
ras : Row address strobe
cas : Column address strobe
we : Write enable
LDQM : Lower DQ mask enable
UDQM : Upper DQ mask enable
VDD : Power supply
VSS : GND
VDDQ : Data output power supply
VSSQ : Data output GND
NC : Not used

* MB86291APFVS-G-DL
A

D0-32
External Video
Interface Controller

Host
Interface

RBT656

A2-24
Display Controller
DAC
Memory
Interface
Controller

DRGB
ARGB

2D/3D
Rendering
Engine

Set-up
Engine
64bit

Embedded SDRAM
(64bit x 256K word)

NJM2561F1

* S-L2980A33MC-C6S
NC

VOUT

5
POWER_SAVE

CLAMP

+
-

75 Driver

Reference
voltage

VOUT

VSAG

V+

GND

VIN

6dB
LPF

ON/OFF
circuit

ON/OFF

VSS

VIN

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276

VSS

NC

NC

NC

NC

XIOWR

NC

NC

NC

UVD2P

USBOVRCUR

USB_CLK

VSS

UART6_TXD UART5_RXD UART5_TXD UART4_TXD UART3_TXD

UART4_RXD

ATA_DD0

ATA_DD1

D11

D12

XCS_DSP

DSP_BDI

248
183
110
29

78
155
224
285

OVDD0

250
185
112
31

76
153
222
283

251
186
113
32

TOP VEIW

75
152
221
282

ATA_DD4

ATA_DD5

D15

D16

PIO23

ATA_DD7

VDD

VDD

VDD

D19

D20

OVSS6

ATA_DD8

TOP VEIW

VDD

D17

D18

252
187
114
33

74
151
220
281

254
189
116
35

72
149
218
279

255
190
117
36

71
148
217
278

ATA_DD9

ATA_DD10

D21

D22

DSP_BDO

ATA_DD14

D25

D26

PIO_OUT

ATA_DD12 ATA_DD13

VSS

VSS

D23

D24

DSP_BFSO DSP_BCLKO XCS_SRAMH

253
188
115
34

73
150
219
280

ATA_DA2

VDD

VDD

D27

OVSS5

OVDD2

256
191
118
37

70
147
216
277

A23

CPU_CLK

OVSS1

UART1_XCTS UART_XDSR

OVDD1

258
193
120
39

68
145
214
275

VDD

VSS

D30

CD_LRCLK

VSS

VSS

PC_XOE

VDD

PC_XCD1

VSS

PC_BVD1

VDD

VDD

PC_XVS2

VSS

A11

VDD

VPDP

VDD

VSS

A2

CD_BLK

D31

67
144
213
274
273
272
271
270
269
268
267
266
265
264
263
262
261
260
259
194
121
40

UART1_XRTS

PIO0

ATA_DIR

PIO1

PC_XLBUF

ATA_XCS1 PC_XPWR PC_XUBUF

ATA_XCS0

D28

D29

TEST1

DSP_XRS DSP_ATTCNT

257
192
119
38

69
146
215
276

ATA_DD2 UART1_RXD ATA_DD6 ATA_XRESET UART_XDCD ATA_DD11 UART_XRI ATA_DD15 UART1_XDTR

ATA_DD3

VSS

VSS

D13

D14

DSP_BFSI DSP_XHINT DSP_HRDY

249
184
111
30

77
154
223
284

UART2_TXD UART2_RXD UART1_TXD

ATA_XDIOW UART3_RXD

XRESET

UART7_TXD UART7_RXD UART6_RXD

OVSS0

VDD

ATA_XDMACK ATA_IORDY ATA_DMARQ

ATA_XDIOR

ATA_INT

VSS

ATA_DA1

INT1

UART8_TXD UART8_RXD

GDC_WT

EXTAL0

INT2

VDD

VSS

XSM

MST

INT3

DREQ2

ATA_DA0

SMCK

XTAL0

DREQ1

VSS

XCS5

D9
VDD

UART9_TXD UART9_RXD

XTST

TEST0

XCS3

DREQ0

D7

D8

D10

OVDD3

VDD

XCS6

PIO22
OVSS7

247
182
109
28

INT0

PIO30

PIO31

VDD

XCS2

XWR_SRAM SRAM_CSSEL

IR_RX

VDD

XBCYST

XCS_SRAM XREADY

VDD

D5

D6

PIO24

246
181
108
27

245
180
107
26

79
156
225
286

65
142
141
140
139
138
137
136
135
134
133
132
131
130
129
128
127
126
125
124
123
42

VSS

64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43

TEST2

A10

A8

A6

TEST3

XTAL1

OVSS4

EXTAL1

TEST4

ADC_BCLK ADC_LRCLK
ADC_MCLK

OVSS2

PIO2

PC_XWE

PC_XIOWR

PC_XIORD

PC_XVS1

PC_XCE2

PC_XCE1

PC_XCD2

PC_WP

PC_BVD2

PC_WXT

PIO3

PIO5

PIO7

PIO9

PIO11

PIO13

PIO15

PIO17

PIO19

PIO20

PC_A0

PC_XREG

VSS

PIO4

PIO6

PIO8

PIO10

PIO12

PIO14

PIO16

PIO18

CD_DATA

OVSS3

PIO21

PC_RESET DAC_BCLK DAC_DATA

PC_READY DAC_MCLK DAC_LRCLK

A12

A9

A7

A5

A4

A3

ADC_GCNT0 ADC_GCNT1 ADC_DATA

CD_MCLK ADC_GCNT2

66
143
212
211
210
209
208
207
206
205
204
203
202
201
200
199
198
197
196
195
122
41

NC

VDD

XLUBEN

XLLBEN

USBPWREN

UVD1P

UVD2M

XIORD

VSS

XMWR

XMRD

UVD1M

VSS

D3

D1

D2

D0

USBXOVRCUR

D4

PIO25

PIO26

DSP_BCLKI

80
157
226
287

E
81
158
227
288

USBXPWREN XCS_FLASH

PIO28

82
159
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
179
106
25

PIO27

83
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
105
24

VSS

84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
23

PIO29

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22

1
3
4

* PD6336C
- Pin Arrangement Chart

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

- Block Diagram Chart

ASIC
INT
A2-A11,A23

CPU I/F BLOCK


AUDIO BLOCK

D0-D31
ASIC_CLK
CPU_CLK
XBCYST
XRESET

XRESET
A7-A2

XCS2(SRAM)

DMA

XCS3(ASIC)

CD-ROM BLOCK

TOP SECTION

XCS5(PCCARD)
XCS6(DSP)
XIOWR

WExx

XIORD
XMWR
CPU

PERI BLOCK
(SIO,PIO,
REMOTE CONTROL)

RExx

XMRD
XLLBEN

XLUBEN
DMAxx

DMARQ0
DMA CHANNEL
SELECT SECTION

DMARQ1

WAIT

ATAPI BLOCK

DMARQ2

WAIT CONTROL
SECTION

XREADY

WTxx

PC-CARD BLOCK

INTP0
INTERRUPT
CONTROL
SECTION

INTP1
INTP2

INTxx

INTP3
SOUND BLOCK

SRAM_CSSEL
XCS_SRAM
PROTECT
and
CHIP SELECT
GENERATOR
SECTION

XCS_SRAMH
XCS_FLASH
XCS_DSP

USB BLOCK

XWR_SRAM

TIMER SECTION

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

277
8

-Pin Functions(PD5937A)
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65-67
68

Pin Name
ARMSW
NFANCNT
AFANCNT
ILMPWR
REAON
CNVSS
DISC
EJECT
RESET
XOUT
GND
XIN
VDD
INT
bsens
asens
fdsen
RST3
AUPW
DRAMPW
BEEP
RXN
TXIN
TSO
TSI
TSCK
BUSY
CCON
XCCSTB
CPUWDT
IRQPW
RSTOUT
MUTEPE
MUTNS
SELL
SELR
VFSEL
VRSEL
VSEL3
DATA
CLK
CS
AMPSTB
ILMSEL
ILMDIM
DSENS
ilmsens
PBSENS
TELIN
ASENBO
MUTESO
LIFTPUL
MTRS
MTRPW
MTR1
MTR1
MTRSEL
ANGLE0SW

LIFTSW
SENSE5
ANTPW
WCONT
TESTIN
TIMEOUT
SIMUKE0-2

51MUTE

I/O
O
O
O
O
O
l
l
l
I
O
I
I
I
l
I
O
O
O
O
l
O
O
I
I
O
I
I
O
O
O
O
O
O
O

O
O
O
l
l
l
I
O
O
I
O
O
O
O
O
I
I
O
O
I
I
I
I
O

Function and Operation


LED light output
CC Unit Fan motor control output
Power amplifier IC Fan motor control output
Illumination ON output
Illumination color select output, when the rear monitor is ON (H : Green, L : Amber)

Connect to GND
Disc detect input
Disc eject input
Reset input
Crystal oscillator connection pin
GND
Crystal oscillator connection pin
VDD
Connect to VDD
Backup sense input
ACC sense input
Grille detach sense input
Navigation control reset output
Audio power supply control output
Navigation control DRAMPW output
BEEP output
Data input from Navigation (UART)
Data output to Navigation (UART)
Data output to Hideaway Unit (UART)
Data input from Hideaway Unit (UART)
Test program clock input
Not used
Navigation control CCON output
Stand-by OK of the CC Unit input
Watch dog timer input
Navigation control IRQPW output
Navigation control RSTOUT output
Not used
Mute output at the time of MIX
Navigation voice Lch MIX control output
Navigation voice Rch MIX control output
Front monitor source select output (H : Hideaway Unit, L : MS3)
Rear monitor source select output (H : Hideaway Unit, L : MS3)
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Amplifier stand-by output
Illumination color select output (H : Amber, L : Green)
Sub display DIM power supply control output
Detach sense input
Illumination sense input
Parking brake sense input
TEL mute input
ASENS output
Mute output
Lift pulse input
Flap motor speed control output
Flap motor control power supply output
Flap angle motor control signal output
Flap position motor control signal output
Flap motor control output
Flap angle 0 sense input
Lift sense input
Pulse power supply control output
Auto antenna power output
Wired remote control SEL input
Test mode input
Timeout input
Model select input0-2
5.1 ch mute output

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

278
1

Pin No.
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80

Pin Name
NC
WREMIN
ATEMPI
ANGLE
NTEMPI
NC
AVSS
NC
AVREF
AVCC
NC
MUTEGU

I/O
l
l
l

Function and Operation


Not used
Wired remote control AD input
Not used
Flap angle sense input
CC Unit temperature input
Not used
A/D GND
Not used
A/D converter reference voltage
A/D power supply
Not used
TELIN/GUIDE interrupt notice output

* PD5937A
60

41

61

40

80

21
1

20

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

279
8

-Pin Functions(PD3390A)
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43-53
54
55
56-64
65
66
67-82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90

Pin Name
VCC0
VSS0
TXD2
RXD2
TXD1
RXD1
TXD0
RXD0
SPEED
ADCSB
ADSCK
ADTXD
ADRXD
ADSRX
ADIO0
ADIO1
ADIO2
VCC1
VSS1
PWM
PLINT
PLCE
PLSCK
PLTX
PLRX
PLIO0
PLIO1
PLIO2
DDINT
DDCE
DDSCK
DDTX
DDRX
DDIO0
DDIO1
DDIO2
TIOA0
TIOA1
TIOB0
TIOB1
VCC2
VSS2
A19-9
VCC3
VSS3
A8-0
VCC4
VSS4
D0-15
VCC5
VSS5
WRHB
WRLB
RDB
CS2B
CS0B
VCC6

I/O
l/O
l/O
O
l
O
l
l
O
O
O
l
l
l/O
l/O
l/O
O
l
O
O
O
l
l/O
l/O
l/O
l
O
O
O
l
l/O
l/O
l/O
l/O
l/O
l/O
l/O
l/O
l/O
l/O
l/O
l/O
l/O
l/O
l/O

Format Function and Operation


Power supply (3.3V)
GND
SIO2 Transmission data input / output
SIO2 Reception data input / output
C
SIO1 Transmission data output
SIO1 Reception data input
C
SIO0 Transmission data output
SIO0 Reception data input
SP I/F input
C
AD I/F output
C
AD I/F output
C
AD I/F output
AD I/F input
AD I/F input
AD I/F input / output
AD I/F input / output
AD I/F input / output
Power supply (3.3V)
GND
PWM signal output
PLL I/F input
C
PLL I/F output
C
PLL I/F output
C
PLL I/F output
PLL I/F input
PLL I/F input / output
PLL I/F input / output
PLL I/F input / output
Darc I/F input
C
Darc I/F output
C
Darc I/F output
C
Darc I/F output
Darc I/F input
Darc I/F input / output
Darc I/F input / output
Darc I/F input / output
ParaIIeI input / output
ParaIIeI input / output
ParaIIeI input / output
ParaIIeI input / output
Power supply (3.3V)
GND
Address bus input / output
Power supply (3.3V)
GND
Address bus input / output
Power supply (3.3V)
GND
Address bus input / output
Power supply (3.3V)
GND
Upper data write strobe input / output
Lower data write strobe input / output
Read data strobe input / output
Chip select aria 1 for external storage input / output
Chip select aria 0 for ROM input / output
Power supply (3.3V)

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

280
1

Pin No.
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112-118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130-133
134-137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144

Pin Name
VSS6
TEST2
CKOEB
CK
CS5B
CS3B
CS1B
RTCVSS1
SRAMB
STANBYB
RTCVSS0
XRTCIN
XRTCOUT
RTCVCC
PCKSEL0
PCKSEL1
CCKSEL
CCKDIR
CCKVCC
CRCK
CCKGND
PC0-6
NMI
RESETB
MSTRSTB
TEST0
TEST1
REFSEL
REFCK
VCC7
VSS7
XAUXIN
XAUXOUT
PIN0-3
PIO4-7
TXD3
RXD3
BOWWOWB
IFDIR
IFVCC
IF
IFGND

I/O

Format Function and Operation


GND
Test mode
CK output enable input
C
CPU clock output
C
DRAM low address strobe output
DRAM column address strobe output
C
C
DRAM column address upper byte strobe output
Power supply (3.3V)
Backup memory select input
Stand by signal input
GND
Sub crystal oscillator input (RTC)
C
Sub crystal oscillator output (RTC)
Power supply (3.3V)
Processor clock select input
Processor clock select input
CRCK signal select input
Carrier clock direct input / inverter amp output
Power supply (3.3V)
Carrier clock input
GND
Parallel input / output
Connect to VCC
System reset input
Test reset input
Test mode input
Test mode input
GPS reference clock select input
Reference clock input
Power supply (3.3V)
GND
Sub crystal oscillator output input (AUX)
C
Sub crystal oscillator output (AUX)
Parallel input
Parallel input / output
SIO3 Transmission data input / output
SIO3 Reception data input / output
C
Watch dog timer output
IF direct input / IF inverter amp output
Power supply (3.3V)
IF input
IF amp GND input

l
O
O
O
O
l
l
l
O
l
l
l
l/O
l
l/O
l
l
l
l
l
l
l
O
l
l/O
l/O
l/O
O
l/O
l
l

Format
C

37

72

* PD3390A

73

Meaning
C MOS

36
E

144

1
109

108

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

281
8

-Pin Functions(LC72720YVS : EW model)


Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Pin Name
VREF
MPXIN
Vdda
NC
Vssa
FLOUT
CIN
NC
T1
T2
T3
NC
T4
T5
XOUT
XIN
Vddd
Vssd
NC
T6
T7
SYNC
NC
RDS-ID
DO
CL
NC
DI
CE
SYR

I/O
O
l

Function and Operation


Reference voltage output
Base band (multiplexed) signal input
Analog system power supply (+5V)
Not used
Analog system GND
Sub carrier output (filter output)
Sub carrier input (comparator input)
Not used
Test input (connect to GND)
Test input (stand-by control)
RDS clock output
Not used
RDS data output
Soft-decision control data output
Crystal oscillator output
Crystal oscillator input
Digital system power supply (+5V)
Digital system GND
Not used
Error status,regenerated carrier and error block count outputs
Error correction status, SK detection and error block count outputs
Block synchronization detection output
Not used
RDS detection output
Data output
Clock input
Not used
Data input
Chip enable input
Synchronization and RAM address reset input

O
l
l
l
O
O
O
O
l

O
O
O
O
O
l
l
l
l

* LC72720YVS(EW model)
1

30

15

16

SBX3050-01

VCC

GND

3
HPF
and
Limiter

E
Photo
Diode

BPF1

AGC

Head
Amp

Detector

BPF2
Amp

Hysteresis
Comparator

Signal Level Detector


f0 Adjuster

5bits

OUT

GND

AVIC-N2/XU/UC

282
1

* PD6473A(UC model)
* PD6472A(EW model)
A15

48 A16

A14

A13

A12

A11

A10

A9

A8

N.C.

N.C.

10

WE

11

RESET

12

N.C.

13

N.C.

14

RY/BY

15

N.C.

16

A17

17

A7

18

A6

19

A5

20

29 DQ0

A4

21

28 OE

A3

22

27 VSS

A2

23

26 CE

A1

24

25 A0

47

X
ADDRESS DECODER
LATCH
Y
STB
DECODER

LOW VCC
DETECT
CIRCUIT

BYTE

46 VSS

A-1

4,194,304
CELL
MATRIX

45 DQ15/A-1
44 DQ7

YGATE

43 DQ14
42 DQ6
41 DQ13
INPUT/OUTPUT BUFFER

DATA
STB LATCH
CONTROL
CIRCUIT
(COMMAND
REGISTER)
WRITE
CIRCUIT

ERASE
CIRCUIT

40 DQ5
39 DQ12
38 DQ4
37 VCC

36 DQ11
35 DQ3
34 DQ10
33 DQ2
32 DQ9

WRITE/ERASE
PULSE TIMER

RY/BY
BUFFER

CHIP ENABLE
OUTPUT ENABLE
CIRCUIT

31 DQ1
30 DQ8

- Pin Functions (PD6340A)


Pin No.
1-5
6-9
10
11-14
15,16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25,26
27,28
29-55
56
57-64

Pin Name
SEG4-0
COM3-0
VLCD
KST3-0
KDT0,1
REM
DPDT
NC
KYDT
MODA
XO
XI
VSS
KDT2,3
KST5,4
SEG39-13
VDD
SEG12-5

* PD6340A
48
49

I/O
O
O
O
I
I
I
O

I
O
O
O

Function and Operation


LCD segment output
LCD common output
LCD drive power supply
Key strobe output
Key data input (analogue input)
Remote control reception input
Display data input
Not used
Key data output
GND
Crystal oscillator connection pin
Crystal oscillator connection pin
GND
Key data input
Key strobe output
LCD segment output
Power supply
LCD segment output

33

64

32

17
1

16
F

AVIC-N2/XU/UC
5

283
8

-Pin Functions(PE5413B)
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31,32
33
34-37
38
39
40
41,42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55,56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72

Pin Name
PNLADX
LSEN
PNLADY
AVSS
DIMMER
INVBST_DA

AVREF1
RXD
TXD
MFLPW
LKYDT
LDPDT
MVIPW
OSDCS
NC
TSI
TSO
TSCK
OVICHK
EPRRST
EPRTEST
STEST
STEST2
PNLXV
PNLYV
NC
SDA
SCL
PIPRES
LSWVDD
NC
VSS1
NC
ROMDATA
ROMCLK
POMCS
NC
INVBST
INVPUL
BEEP
EPRCS
EPRSK
EPRDO
EPRDI
EPRPROT
TESTIN
NC
LDIMMER
LBKL
NC
LCDTYPE1
NC
LCDTYPE2
RESET
REMIN
VDDSENS
ROT0
ROT1
LCDLR
TVIND
VSS0
VDD1
X2
X1
VPP
XT2

I/O
l
l
l
O
O
l
O
O
I
O
O
O
l
O
l
l
l
l
l
l
O
O
I/O
O
O
O

O
O
O
O
l
O
l
O
l
l
l
l
l
I
I

Function and Operation


X directions analog input
Lens sense input
Y directions analog input
A/D converter GND
Dimmer anarog output
Back light boost signal output (low temperature)
D/A converter reference voltage
Data input from system microcomputer (UART)
Data output to system microcomputer (UART)
Back light control output
Data input from LCD micro computer (UART)
Data output to LCD micro computer (UART)
Picture power supply control output
OSD chip select output
Not used
Test program data input
Test program data output
Test program clock input
Back light power supply overcurrent detect input
EEPROM reset input
EEPROM data setup mode input
Monitor operation mode input
Touch panel test mode input
Hi output is carried out when X directions is detected
Hi output is carried out when Y directions is detected
Not used
IC data input / output
IC clock output
IC reset output
LCD micro computer power supply control output
Not used
GND
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Inverter pulse output
Not used
EEPROM chip select output
EEPROM serial clock output
EEPROM serial data output
EEPROM serial data input
EEPROM memory protect output
Chip test input
Not used
Not used
LCD micro computer back light power supply control output
Not used
LCD panel type detect input1
Not used
LCD panel type detect input2
Reset input
Remote control data input
Power supply sense input
Rotary encoder input0
Rotary encoder input1
Not used
Not used
GND
Power supply
Crystal oscillator connection pin
Crystal oscillator connection pin
Not used
Not used

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Pin No.
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80

Pin Name
XT2
VDD0
AVDD
KEY0
KEY1
KEY2
NC
TEMPSEN

I/O

l
l
l
I

Function and Operation


GND
Power supply
A/D converter power supply
Analog key data input 0
Analog key data input 1
Analog key data input 2
Not used
Temperature sense input (back light boost)

* PE5413B

80

* S-80835CNNB-B8U

61

VSS

NC

60

VREF

41

20
21

40

OUT

VDD

TK15404AMI

SI6544DQ

1
2
3
4

8
7
6
5

Reference and
Standby Logic

4
75 Driver

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S-93C46BR0I-J8T1

NC

1
Memory
Aray

VCC

CS

Output Buffer

Mode Decode
Logic

Clock Pulse
Counter

SK

TEST

GND

DO

DI

Address
Decoder

Data Resistor

Voltage Ditector

4
Clock Oscillater

* R1224N102H

CE

1
OSC

VIN

EXT

VFB

5 VIN

Amp

Vref
Soft Start

GND 2
Protection

UVLO

Chip Enable

+
-

CE

Vref

4 EXT

VFB 3
GND

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HA12240FP

STB
8

VCC
7

BUS+
6

BUS5

BIAS
+

DRIVER
OUTPUT

B
+

RECEIVER
OUTPUT

1
S1

COM

2
R

3
S2

NC

+
-

VOUT

NC1

* S-812C33AMC-C2N

NC2

* S-L2980A50MC-C7J

4
GND

Reference
voltage

ON/OFF
circuit

VIN

VSS

ON/OFF

3
VOUT

VIN

VSS

Reference
Voltage

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-Pin Functions(PE5412B : UC model)(PE5411B : EW model)


Pin No.
1
2
3-5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15-17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45,46
47,48
49
50
51,52
53
54-57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65,66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77

Pin Name
HTOP

I/O
O

HFANCONT

NC
MTOH
HTOM
TSCK
EVDD
EVSS
MUTEAMP
ACCPW
SWACPW
HACCPW
NC

l
O

O
O
O

SWBUPSW
SWVDDSW

HFANON
VPP
VCK
VDT
VST
MUTEVOL
RX
TX
IPPW
ASENBO
NC
ROMDATA
ROMCLK
ROMCS
RESET
XT2
XT1
REGC
X2
X1
VSS
VDD
PCL
NC
REVSENS
STEST1,2

O
O
O
O
l
O
O
O

I
I

SIMUKE1,2

TESTIN
NC
VSELIN1,2
AVONIN
NC
BVDD
BVSS
RECIVE
RDSHSLK
RDSLK
RDT
NC
TUNCE1,2
NC
HMUTEA
HMUTEV
NC
SCL
SDA

I
l
l

l
l
l
O
O
O
I/O
I/O

AVSELMUTE

AVDD
AVSS
AVREF
TUNSL

Function and Operation


UART output to power supply microcomputer
Not used
Not used
UART input from monitor microcomputer
UART output to monitor microcomputer
Not used
Power supply
GND
Mute output (AMP)
Not used
Monitor microcomputer power supply output
Hide away power supply ON/OFF output
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
VSS
E-VOL : Clock output
E-VOL : Data output
E-VOL : Strobe pulse output
E-VOL : Mute output
IP-BUS : Data input
IP-BUS : Data output
IP-BUS : Driver power supply control output
IP-BUS : Slave ACC sense output
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Reset input
Open
Pull up
Memory connection for the regulator stabilization
Crystal oscillator connection pin
Crystal oscillator connection pin
GND
Power supply
Clock output
Not used
Reverse signal sense input
Single operation mode input1,2
Not used
Test mode input
Not used
VSEL input1,2
AV-BUS : AV ON input
Not used
Power supply
GND
Not used
RDS : High speed signal input (EW model)
RDS : Signal input (EW model)
RDS : Data input (EW model)
Not used
PLL chip enable output1,2
Not used
Rear voice mute output
Rear picture driver stand-by output
Not used
IIC-BUS : Clock input/output
IIC-BUS : Data input/output
Not used
VDD
VSS
Not used
FM/AM tuner : Signal level analog input

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Pin No.
78
79-89
90
91
92
93
94-96
97
98
99
100

Pin Name
TEMP
NC
BSENS
ASENS
TUNLDET
RDSCK
NC
TUNPDI
TUNPDO
TUNCK
PTOH

I/O
l
l
l
l
I
O
O
l

Function and Operation


Not used
Not used
Backup sense input
ACC sense input
Tuner : PLL lock detect input (EW model)
RDS : Data clock input (EW model)
Not used
FM/AM tuner : PLL data input
FM/AM tuner : PLL data output
PLL clock output
UART input from power supply microcomputer

* PE5412B(UC model)
* PE5411B(EW model)
80

51

81

50

100

31
1

30

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OSC

AM ANT
1

NC

NC

NC

18 19 20 21
NC

14
DO

11
NC

DI
5V

CK

SL

IC 3 EEPROM
5.0V

10 9 8
CE1

ROM_VDD

CE2

WC

13

IC 5
3.3V

7 6

LPF

FMRF

ATT
Rch

IC 1
3.3V

FM ANT
ATT
FMRF
ANT adj

24

IC 2
2.5V
Lch

MIXER, IF AMP

23

DET, FM MPX

RF adj

T51

CF52

No. Symbol
1 AMANT

15

I/O Explain
I AM antenna input

2 RFGND
3 FMANT
4 VCC
L
6 CE2
7 WC

O
I
I

8 CE1

10
11
12
13

DI
NC
OSCGND
ROM_VDD

14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

DO
O
DGND
NC
VDD_3.3
NC
NC
NC
NC
AUDIOGND
L ch
O
R ch
O

RF ground
g
FM antenna input
power supply
signal
g
level
chip enable-2
write control
chip enable-1
clock
data in
non connection
osc ground
g
power supply
data out
digital
g
ground
g
non connection
power supply
non connection
non connection
non connection
non connection
audio ground
g
L channel output
R channel output

VDD_3.3

VCC

NC

AUDIOGND

OSCGND
12

3.3V

IC 4
3.3V 2.5V 2.5V

RFGND

CF51

17

AM antenna input high impedance AMANT pin is connected with


an all antenna by way of 4.7H. (LAU type inductor) A series circuit
including an inductor and a resistor is connected with RF ground for
the countermeasure against
g
the hum of power transmission line.
Ground of antenna block
Input of FM antenna 75 Surge
g absorber(DSP-201M-S00B) is necessary.
The power supply for analog
g block. D.C 8.4V 0.3V
Low active
Y
Low.
Ordinary non connection
Chip enable for AFRF High
g active
Clock
Data input
Not used
Ground of oscillator block
Power supply for EEPROM pin 13 is connected with a power supply of
micro computer.
Data output
Ground of digital
g
block
Not used
The power supply for digital
g
block. 3.3V 0.2V
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
FM stereo L-ch signal output or AM audio output
FM stereo R-ch signal
g
output or AM audio output

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- FM/AM Tuner Unit (AVIC-X1R/XU/EW)

5V

OSC

AM ANT
1

RDS_HSLK

RDS_LOCK

RDS_CK

18 19 20 21
RDS_DATA

14
DO

LDET

11

CE1

DI

SL

IC 3 EEPROM
5.0V

10 9 8
CK

ROM_VDD

CE2

WC

13

IC 5
3.3V

7 6

LPF

FMRF

ATT
Rch

IC 1
3.3V

FM ANT
ATT
FMRF
ANT adj

24

IC 2
2.5V
Lch

MIXER, IF AMP
RF adj

T51

23

DET, FM MPX,
RDS DECODER

CF52

No. Symbol
1 AMANT

2 RFGND
MANT
4 VCC
5 SL
6 CE2
7 WC

I/O Explain
I AM antenna input

I
O
I
I

CE1
CK
DI
LDET
OSCGND
ROM_VDD

I
I
I
O

chip enable-1
clock
data in
lock detector
osc ground
g
power supply

14
15
16
17
18
19
20

DO
DGND
NC
VDD_3.3
RDS_CK
RDS_DATA
RDS_LOCK

data out
digital
g
g
ground
non connection
power supply
RDS clock
DS data
RDS lock

21 RDS_HSLK

O
O

22 AUDIOGND
23 L ch
O
24 R ch
O

VDD_3.3

3.3V

3.3V

4
2.5V 2.5V

17

AM antenna input high impedance AMANT pin is connected with


an all antenna by way of 4.7H. (LAU type inductor) A series circuit
including an inductor and a resistor is connected with RF ground for
the countermeasure against
g
the hum of power transmission line.
Ground of antenna block
Input of FM antenna 75 Surge
g absorber
is necessary.
0.3V
Output of FM/AM signals
g
level
active
Y
Low.

RF ground
g
FM antenna input
power supply
signal
g
level
chip enable-2
write control

8
9
10
11
12
13

VCC

NC

RFGND

AUDIOGND

CF51

Chip enable for AFRF High


g active
Clock

active
Ground of oscillator block
Power supply for EEPROM pin 13 is connected with a power supply of
micro computer.
Data output
Ground of digital
g
block
Not used
The power supply for digital
g
block. 3.3V 0.2V
Output of RDS clock(2.5V)
E

Output unit High active(2.5V) (RDS_LOCK turns over by the


external transistor Low active)
Output unit High
external transistor.
active)
Ground of audio block
FM stereo L-ch signal output or AM audio output
FM stereo R-ch signal output or AM audio output

RDS high speed


lock
audio ground
g
L channel output
R channel output

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7.2.2 DISPLAY
- LCD(CAW1870)
A

SEGMENT

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7.3 EXPLANATION
7.3.1 MECHANISM DESCRIPTIONS
A

- Outline of the FLAP motion


1. The motion is actuated made by two motors, the forward/backward driving motor (CXB9515) and the angle
driving motor (CXB9516).
2. Analog electric potential generated by the angle encoder is detected to detect angle motion status and motion
position.
3. Memory function for the angle last position is accomplished by the micro processor using the 256 resolution
steps of the VDD.
4. A pulse is detected by the photo interrupter to detect the horizontal motion status.
5. In the case of reset start, the monitor will be in a stored position first, and ejection motion will take place, which
puts the system in the booted up state.
6. Angle adjustment is made by the angle key (+/-).
7. OPEN/CLOSE key makes the monitor stored or ejected, and temporary folding key folds the monitor
temporarily.
8. Setting of the monitor auto storage/ejection ON/OFF and set back ON/OFF at the time of ACC ON/OFF is made
on the navigation menu screen.
9. A backlight is switched-off during forward/backward and storage.

- Explanation on the FLAP ejection motion


1. When the OPEN key is pressed or ACC is set to ON while the auto OPEN/CLOSE is being set to ON, angle
driving motor rotates in the 0 direction for 500ms. (Pressed down.)

2. After 500ms, the angle driving motor is stopped, and the forward/backward driving motor rotates in the
ejection direction.

3. For a period of 600ms from the time when LIFTSW is switched from H to L, the forward/backward driving
motor keeps rotating in the ejection direction.

4. After 600ms, the forward/backward driving motor is stopped, and the angle driving motor rotates in the UP
direction.

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5. When the angle voltage reaches the voltage for 110, brake is applied to the angle driving motor, and the
ejection is completed. (In case the previous angle is stored in the memory, the motion continues to that angle.)
A

110 voltage position or the last memory position.

6. When the setback is set to ON, after the monitor angle voltage has reached the previously memorized voltage,
brake is applied to the angle driving motor, then the forward/backward driving motor is rotated in slow speed
in the storage direction. After that, when LIFTSW has switched from L to H, the forward/backward driving
motor is stopped.

- Explanation of the FLAP storage motion


1. When CLOSE key is pressed, or after 6 seconds from ACC OFF when auto OPEN/CLOSE is being set to ON, the
angle driving motor is rotated in the 0 direction. In case the setback setting is ON, the forward/backward
driving motor is rotated in high speed in the ejection direction and the motor continues to rotate for 600ms
from the time when LIFTSW is switched from H to L, then the angle driving motor is rotated in the 0 direction.

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2. For a period of 500ms from the time when DIGOSW is switched from H to L, the angle driving motor is rotated
in the 0 direction for the pressed down motion.

3. After 500ms, brake is applied to the angle driving motor, and then the forward/backward driving motor is
rotated in the storage direction.
B

4. When the horizontal motion detection pulse is no longer detected for 200ms, brake is applied and the monitor
storage motion is completed.

- Explanation on the FLAP angle adjustment


1. The angle driving motor is rotated in UP direction by the + key and in DOWN direction by the key from
the monitor stop position. If the key is kept pressed, the monitor will keep changing the angle without steps
within the range of 50 to 110 degrees. When the setback is being set to ON, the forward/backward driving
motor is rotated in the horizontal ejection direction while the key is being pressed, and angle adjustment is
made by changing the angle voltage to the extent the angle adjustment key is effective after 600ms has
elapsed from the time when LIFTSW has switched from H to L. When 3 seconds have elapsed from the time
of angle adjustment completion, the forward/backward driving motor is rotated in slow speed in the horizontal
storage direction, and brake is applied when LIFTSW has switched from L to H.

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- Explanation on the FLAP temporary folding operation


1. By pressing the temporary folding key, the angle driving motor is rotated from the monitor stop position
toward 0 direction. When the setback is being set to ON, the forward/backward driving motor is rotated when
the key is pressed, brake is applied after 600ms has elapsed from the time when LIFTSW has switched from H
to L, and the angle driving motor is rotated in 0 direction.

2. For a period of 500ms after DEGOSW has switched from H to L, the angle driving motor is rotated, and the
monitor stops at its horizontal position by the brake. After 7 seconds, navigator operation sound is heard three
times in 1 second interval. After 10 seconds, the angle driving motor is rotated in UP direction, and then the
brake is applied to stop the motor at the last memory position. When the setback is being set to ON, after the
angle driving motor stops at the last memory position, the forward/backward driving motor is rotated in slow
speed in the horizontal storage direction, and the motor stops after LIFTSW has switched from L to H.

- Notes related to the FLAP motion


1. Regarding the angle position, angle voltage is always checked, and the last memory is stored by addition or
subtraction of the voltage. It should be noted, however, that the last memory will not be stored when the
monitor is manually moved by force.
2. If the expected pulse is not detected during horizontal motion, the monitor will stop at that position.

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- Table of driving unit operations by different preset modes


OPEN state
Bup ON
(Reset start)

In OPEN motion

In CLOSE motion

CLOSE state

CLOSE state

Continue OPEN motion

CLOSE

Last angle

OPEN state
Last angle
Bup OFF

Auto OPEN/CLOSE setting ON

Bup OFF

ON

To stand-by

To stand-by

To stand-by

To stand-by

No state change

Continue OPEN motion

Continue CLOSE motion

No state change

Last angle

CLOSE

Return
ACC ON

No state change

OPEN motion
Last angle
Return

ACC OFF

ON

No state change

Continue OPEN motion

Continue CLOSE motion

Last angle

CLOSE

No state change

Return
ACC OFF

6 sec from ACC OFF

Continue OPEN motion

Continue CLOSE motion

Advance

Last angle

CLOSE

CLOSE motion

Return

CLOSE

6 sec from ACC OFF

No state change

Advance
CLOSE motion
CLOSE
Last memory

OPEN

CLOSE

OPEN

CLOSE

Bup ON

Auto OPEN/CLOSE setting OFF

(Reset start)

Bup OFF
Bup OFF

ON

To stand-by

To stand-by

To stand-by

To stand-by

No state change

Continue OPEN motion

Continue CLOSE motion

No state change

Last angle

CLOSE

Return
No state change

ACC ON
ACC OFF

ON

No state change

No state change
Continue OPEN motion

Continue CLOSE motion

Last angle

CLOSE

No state change

Return
ACC OFF

No state change

Continue OPEN motion

Continue CLOSE motion

Last angle

CLOSE

No state change

Return
Last memory

OPEN

CLOSE

OPEN

CLOSE

* When the setback is being set to OFF, there will be no advance/return motion.
After ACC OFF, if ACC is switched ON again during the 6 seconds counting, standby will be passed and the FLAP
status will not change.
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- Table of temporary folding control


Temporary folding state
(horizontal position)

Temporary folding reset


Temporary folding in motion
(horizontal position last angle) (last angle horizontal position)

Bup ON
Bup OFF
Bup OFF

ON

To stand-by

To stand-by

To stand-by

Continue temporary
folding motion

Continue OPEN motion

Continue temporary
folding motion

Last angle
Temporary folding

Auto OPEN/CLOSE setting ON

Return

ACC ON
ACC OFF

ON

OPEN motion

Continue OPEN motion

Last angle

Last angle

Return

Return

6 sec from ACC OFF

Continue OPEN motion

CLOSE motion

Last angle

CLOSE

Return

Continue temporary
folding motion
Temporary folding

ACC OFF

Continue temporary
folding motion
Temporary folding
6 sec from ACC OFF

6 sec from ACC OFF


CLOSE motion
Advance
CLOSE
CLOSE motion

CLOSE

Auto OPEN/CLOSE setting OFF

Last memory
Bup ON
Bup OFF

Bup OFF

OPEN

OPEN

OPEN

To stand-by

To stand-by

To stand-by

ON

Continue temporary
folding motion

Temporary
folding reset

Temporary
folding in motion

ON

OPEN motion

Continue OPEN motion

OPEN motion

Last angle

Last angle

Last angle

Return

Return

Return

OPEN motion

Continue OPEN motion

OPEN motion

Last angle

Last angle

Last angle

Return

Return

Return

OPEN

OPEN

OPEN

ACC ON
ACC OFF

ACC OFF

Last memory

* When the setback is being set to OFF, there will be no advance/return motion.

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8ms

24ms

WAIT
32ms

32ms

16ms

16ms

100ms

DRAMSW: The timing of the first ACC ON. After that,


it stays at H until reset (even if ACC is set to OFF).

WAIT
500ms

NORMAL

1ms

XCCSTBY (L)

RST3

CPUWDT (L)

IRQPW (L)

WAIT
200ms

ON chattering : 500ms

WAIT
500ms

STANDBY

RSTOUT

DRAMPW

CCON

AUPW

muteso

ASENBO

AMPSTB

asens

bsens

- Navigation Unit (1) (ACC ON)

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7.3.2 OPERATIONAL FLOW CHART


A

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- Navigation Unit (2) (ACC OFF)


A

bsens
OFF chattering: 8ms to 10ms
asens

Stanby request

NORMAL
WAIT

STANDBY

Maximum 32 seconds waiting.

8ms
AMPSTB
ASENBO
B

WAIT
16ms

muteso

CCON

UART status transition

WAIT
16ms

WAIT
16ms

Waiting to 500s after XCCSTBY OFF.


(Guarantee time as the SDRAM back up.)

DRAMPW (H)
RSTOUT (L)

IRQPW (L)

CPUWDT (L)

RST3
XCCSTBY (L)

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- Navigation Unit (3) (BUP OFF)


A

asens
OFF chattering: 8ms to 10ms
bsens

8ms
NORMAL

STANDBY

AMPPW
B

ASENBO

WAIT
16ms

muteso
WAIT
16ms
Maximum 100ms
CCON
C

Dropped down after waiting for 500s.


(Guarantee time as the SDRAM back up.)

DRAMPW (H)
RSTOUT (L)
IRQPW
CPUWDT (L)
D

RST3
Maximum 15ms
XCCSTBY

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48ms *3

100ms within 200ms *2

100ms

825ms

1sec

400ms

200ms

200ms

125ms

200ms
125ms

500ms

* 1 : While MFLPW will turn ON by the backlight ON command, it will not turn ON for at least 700ms after MVIPW ON.
* 2 : In case connection response is not received from the system microprocessor within 200ms from the transmission of connection request, retry process
will take place. Retry process will take place for 200ms x 16 times. In case the retry process is finished without receiving the request signal, the initial
communication is determined to be NG (connection NG), and no more process will take place.
* 3 : After 48 ms from the monitor power ON, the touch panel process (taking in AD coordinate) will take place.

Touch panel

UART receive [TXD]


(Initial communication portion)

8ms

24ms

700ms (minimum) *1

Occurrence of
ACC OFF

UART receive [RXD]


(Initial communication portion)

Backlight system
Over current detection timing

Illumination
determination

DIMMER

PIP data

ICRES

MFLPW

MVIPW

Backlight ON command
Backlight ON command
Monitor OFF command
Monitor power OFF
Monitor ON command
Backlight OFF command
Backlight OFF command

SWACPW (from the


system microprocessor)

Key data transmission (periodical)

Connection request
Connection
response
Monitor power ON

- Monitor Unit
1
3
4

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A

Before shipping out the product, be sure to clean the following portions by using the prescribed cleaning tools:
Portions to be cleaned
DVD pickup lenses

Cleaning tools
Cleaning liquid : GEM1004
Cleaning paper : GED-008

Portions to be cleaned
Fans

Cleaning tools
Cleaning paper : GED-008
B

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8. OPERATIONS
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@

&

(1) DISP button

(4) Ambient light sensor

Press to select different displays.

Senses ambient light. This system automatically

(2) PGM button (AVIC-N2/XU/UC)

adjusts the brightness of the display to compen-

Press to operate the preprogrammed functions


E

sate for ambient light.

for each source.

(5) FLIP DOWN/CLOCK button

(2) TA/NEWS button (AVIC-X1R/XU/EW)


Press to turn traffic announcements function on

Press to turn the LCD panel horizontal temporar-

or off. Press and hold to turn NEWS function on

Press to turn the clock of the sub display on or off

or off.

when the LCD panel is closed.

ily when the LCD panel is upright.

(3) Sub display


Current time or the information of the audio
source currently playing is displayed when the
LCD panel is closed.
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(6) OPEN/CLOSE button

(18) REAR button

Press to open or close the LCD panel.

Press to output to the REAR OUT terminal the

(7) NAVI/AV button

sound and images of a disc inserted in the built-

Use to switch between Navigation map displays

in DVD drive that is different the currently


selected source.

and audio operation displays.


(8) POS button

(19) ENT button

Press to view the map or return to guidance.

Press to switch between the background dis-

Also, when the map is scrolling, pressing this

plays.

button returns you to the display of the map of

(20) Disc loading slot

your surroundings.

Insert a disc to play.

Use to switch the view mode of the navigation

when the map of your surroundings is displayed.

(21) SRC (SOURCE) button

(9) NAVI MENU button

This unit is turned on by selecting a source. Press


to cycle through all of the available sources.

Press to display a menu of Navigation.

Press and hold to turn the source off.


(10) RESET button
Press to return to the factory settings (initial settings). Some information items are not erased.

(22) VOLUME/ATT button


Rotate to increase or decrease the volume. Press
to quickly lower the volume level, by about 90%.

(11) DETACH button

Press once more to return to the original volume

Press to remove the front panel from the display

level.

unit.
(23) LCD panel

(12) Joystick
Move to do manual seek tuning, fast forward,

(24) LCD screen

reverse and track search controls, etc. Push to

(25) Front panel

display A.MENU.
(13) EQ button
Press to select various equalizer curves.
(14) EJECT button
Press to eject a disc from this unit.

(15) BAND button


Radio:
Press to select among three FM and one AM
bands.
Built-in DVD drive:
When playing back a disc containing an MP3 file
and audio data (CD-DA), pressing this button
switches playback between the MP3 file and CDDA. Touch and hold this button when a disc con-

taining an MP3 file is inserted returns you to the


root folder.
(16) ANGLE (+/) button
Press to change the LCD panel angle.
(17) WIDE button
Press to select a desired mode for enlarging a 4:3
picture to a 16:9 one.
Press and hold to enter the PICTURE ADJUST
mode.

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Blue

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Black

IP-BUS cable
(supplied with XM tuner)

Multi-CD player
(sold separately)

IP-BUS cable

Blue

Black

Black

Hide-away XM tuner
(GEX-P10XMT)
(sold separately)

IP-BUS cable
(supplied with TV tuner)

Black

Yellow

Blue

Power cord

Hide-away TV tuner
(e.g. GEX-P6400TV)
(sold separately)

Black

Display unit

XM DATA cable
(supplied with XM tuner)
When combining this unit with GEXP10XMT (sold separately), this connection
must be required.
When installing the XM tuner in the trunk,
etc., the extension cable (e.g. CD-600DC)
(sold separately) is required.

G.SP (Guidance speaker output)


This is not used normally.
When combining this unit with
Pioneer multi-channel processor
(sold separately) that is compatible
with this unit, G.SP will be used to
output the guidance voice.
In this case, the Pioneer external
speaker (e.g. CD-TS37GP) (sold
separately) must be connected to
the SP-OUT jack (2.5 MINI JACK,
1W max [16 ]).
For details, see the operation manual
of the external speaker.

DIGITAL OUT
This is used when connecting
to the Pioneer multi-channel
processor (sold separately),
that is compatible with this unit.
Otherwise this is not used.

MIC INPUT
The microphone in the voice
recognition kit (e.g. CD-VC1)
(sold separately) is connected
when the voice recognition
function is used.

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GPS antenna

5m

Blue

AV-BUS cable
(supplied with
TV tuner)

WIRED
REMOTE
Please see the Instruction
Manual for the Wired Remote
Control (sold separately).

violation of applicable laws, this unit should


never be used while the vehicle is being driven
except for Navigation purposes. And, also
Rear Displays should not be in a location
where it is a visible distraction to the driver.
In some countries or states the viewing of
images on a display inside a vehicle even by
persons other than the driver may be illegal.
Where such regulations apply they must be
obeyed and this units DVD or TV features
should not be used.

Light gray

Hide-away unit

E
3m

When installing
the Hide-away unit
in the trunk, etc.,
the extension cable
(e.g. CD-SC300E)
(sold separately)
is required.

Yellow

Extension
3m
antenna cable
(supplied)

C
30-pin cable (supplied)

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Rear speaker

Left

Front speaker

Green/black

Green

White/black

White

Gray

Violet/black

Violet

Gray/black

Fuse resistor

Orange/white
To lighting switch terminal.

Rear speaker

Right

Front speaker

Note:

Blue
To Auto-antenna relay control
terminal (max. 300 mA 12 V DC).

When the auto antenna function is used by connecting


the blue lead to the vehicle with the auto antenna
function, either turning off the ignition switch or
detaching the front panel will retract the auto antenna
of the vehicle.

Light green
To Parking brake

Audio source will be set to mute or attenuate,


while the voice guidance of the navigation
will not be muted or attenuated.

Note:

Yellow/black
If you use a cellular telephone, connect it via the
Audio Mute lead on the cellular telephone. If not,
keep the Audio Mute lead free of any connections.

Cords for this product and those for other products


may be different colors even if they have the same
function. When connecting this product to another
product, refer to the supplied manuals of both products and connect cords that have the same function.

Note:

Black (ground)
To vehicle (metal) body.
With a 2 speaker system, do not connect
anything to the speaker leads that are not
connected to speakers.

Fuse resistor

Red
To electric terminal controlled
by ignition switch (12 V DC)
ON/OFF.

Yellow
To terminal always supplied
with power regardless of
ignition switch position.

Fuse holder

Display unit

SYSTEM REMOTE
CONTROL

GUIDE ON

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To avoid the risk of accident and the potential


violation of applicable laws, this unit should
never be used while the vehicle is being driven
except for Navigation purposes. And, also
Rear Displays should not be in a location
where it is a visible distraction to the driver.
In some countries or states the viewing of
images on a display inside a vehicle even by
persons other than the driver may be illegal.
Where such regulations apply they must be
obeyed and this units DVD or TV features
should not be used.

Black

G.SP (Guidance speaker output)

Power cord

DIGITAL OUT

MIC INPUT
The microphone in the voice
recognition kit (e.g. CD-VC1)
(sold separately) is connected
when the voice recognition
function is used.

WIRED
REMOTE
Please see the Instruction
Manual for the Wired Remote
Control (sold separately).

Multi-CD player
(sold separately)

IP-BUS cable

Blue

Hide-away TV tuner
(e.g. GEX-P6400TVP)
(sold separately)

Black

AV-BUS cable
(supplied with
TV tuner)

Yellow

Display unit

IP-BUS cable
(supplied with TV tuner)

Blue

EXTENSION port
Not used.

3m

GPS aerial

5m

Blue

Extension
aerial cable
(supplied)

3m

Light grey

Hide-away unit

When installing
the Hide-away unit
in the boot, etc.,
the extension cable
(e.g. CD-SC300E)
(sold separately)
is required.

Yellow

C
30-pin cable (supplied)

1
4

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4*

5*

6
Fuse resistor

Red (4*)
To electric terminal controlled
by ignition switch (12 V DC)
ON/OFF.

Orange/white
To lighting switch terminal.

Red (5*)
Accessory
(or back-up)

ISO connector
Note:
In some vehicles, the ISO connector
may be divided into two. In this case,
be sure to connect to both connectors.
Speaker leads
White:
Front left +
White/black: Front left _
Grey:
Front right +
Grey/black: Front right _
Green:
Rear left + or Subwoofer +
Green/black:Rear left _ or Subwoofer _
Violet:
Rear right + or Subwoofer +
Violet/black: Rear right _ or Subwoofer _

Display unit

Blue (7*)
To Auto-aerial relay control terminal
(max. 300 mA 12 V DC).

The pin position of the ISO connector will differ


depending on the type of vehicle. Connect 6* and
7* when Pin 5 is an aerial control type. In
other types of vehicle, never connect 6* and 7*.

Blue (6*)

Note:
When the auto aerial function is used by connecting
the blue lead to the vehicle with the auto aerial function,
either turning off the ignition switch or detaching the
front panel will retract the auto aerial of the vehicle.

Light green
To Parking brake

Audio source will be set to mute or attenuate,


while the voice guidance of the navigation
will not be muted or attenuated.

Note:

Yellow/black
If you use a cellular telephone, connect it via the
Audio Mute lead on the cellular telephone. If not,
keep the Audio Mute lead free of any connections.

SYSTEM REMOTE
CONTROL

Cords for this product and those for other products


may be different colours even if they have the same
function. When connecting this product to another
product, refer to the supplied manuals of both products and connect cords that have the same function.

Note:

Black (earth)
To vehicle (metal) body.

Fuse resistor

Yellow (2*)
To terminal always supplied
with power regardless of
ignition switch position.

Fuse holder

Connect leads of the same


colour to each other.

Yellow (3*)
Back-up
(or accessory)

Cap (1*)
When not using this terminal,
do not remove the cap.

2*

3*

1*

Depending on the kind of vehicle, the


function of 3* and 5* may be different.
In this case, be sure to connect 2* to 5*
and 4* to 3*.

Note:

GUIDE ON

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After Installing the Unit


A

1. Reconnecting the battery.


First, double-check that all connections are correct and that the unit is installed correctly.
Reassemble all vehicle components that you previously removed. Then reconnect the negative () cable to the negative () terminal of the battery.

2. Start the engine.


3. Press the RESET button on the display unit.
Press the RESET button on the display unit using a pointed object such as the tip of a pen.
B

4. Enter the following settings:


Install the programme in the navigation system.
Drive until the initialized sensors start operating normally.
Set the time and language.

Note:
If you reconnected the Hide-away unit, press the RESET button.
After installing the unit, be sure to check at a safe place that the vehicle is performing
normally.

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- JIG's List
Function
CC Unit (CN609) <--> Main Unit (CN3801)
CC Unit (CN609) <--> GGF1461
CC Unit (CN609) <--> GGF1461
CC Unit (CN608) <--> Monitor PCB (CN4002)
CC Unit (CN2701) <--> Panel PCB (CN5901)
Monitor PCB (CN4002) <--> GGF1483
Monitor Adjustment PCB
JIG connector Assy
Monitor PCB ("FOR SERVICE" 14P terminal) <--> GGF1463
TEST DISC (Operation check)
DVD pickup lenses
DVD pickup lenses and Fans

Name
PCB
40P FFC
20P FFC
PCB
18P FFC
36P FFC
PCB
PCB and FFC
14P FFC
CD-ROM or DVD-ROM
CLEANING LIQUID
CLEANING PAPER

Jig No.
GGF1461
GGD1170
GGD1209
GGF1483
GGD1208
GGD1366
GGF1416
GGF1463
GGD1323
GGV1137
GEM1004
GED-008

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