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CVT Control system : fail-safe

TCM has a fail-safe mode. The mode functions so that operation can be continued even if the signal circuit of the main electronically controlled input/output parts is damaged.

If the vehicle shows following behaviors including "poor acceleration", a malfunction of the applicable system is detected by TCM and the vehicle may be in a fail-safe mode. At this time, check the DTC code and perform inspection and repair according to the malfunction diagnosis procedures.

Fail-safe function

DTC Vehicle behavior Conditions of vehicle
P062F
  • Not changed from normal driving
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P0705
  • Shift position indicator on combination meter is not displayed.
  • Selector shock is large
  • Start is slow
  • Acceleration is slow
  • Lock-up is not performed.
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P0706
  • Shift position indicator on combination meter is not displayed.
  • Selector shock is large
  • Start is slow
  • Acceleration is slow
  • Lock-up is not performed.
-

Fail-safe function

Fail-safe function

Fail-safe function

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