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Diagnosis description : counter system

RELATION BETWEEN DTC AT 1ST TRIP/DTC/MI AND DRIVING CONDITIONS (FOR 2 TRIP DETECTION DIAGNOSIS THAT ILLUMINATES MIL)

  • When initial malfunction is detected, TCM memorizes DTC of the 1st trip. MIL does not light at this stage.
  • If the same malfunction is detected at the 2nd trip, TCM memorizes DTC and MIL lights at the same time.
  • Then, MIL goes after driving the vehicle for 3 trips under "Driving Pattern B" without malfunction.
  • DTC is displayed until 40 trips of "Driving Pattern A" are satisfied without detecting the same malfunction.

    DTC is erased when 40 trips are satisfied.

  • When the self-diagnosis result is acceptable at the 2nd trip (conforming to driving pattern B), DTC of the 1st trip is erased.

COUNTER SYSTEM LIST  

DRIVING CONDITION

Driving Pattern A

Driving pattern A is the driving condition that provides warm-up.

In specific, count-up is performed when all of the following conditions are satisfied.

  • Engine speed reaches 400 rpm or more.
  • Engine coolant temperature rises by 20C (36F) or more after starting the engine.
  • Engine coolant temperature reaches 70C (158F) or more.
  • The ignition switch is turned from ON to OFF.

NOTE:

  • If the same malfunction is detected regardless of the driving condition, reset the A counter.
  • When the above is satisfied without detecting the same malfunction, count up the A counter.
  • When MIL goes off due to the malfunction and the A counter reaches 40, the DTC is erased.

Driving Pattern B

  • Driving pattern B is the driving condition that performs all diagnoses once.

    In specific, count-up is performed when all of the following conditions are satisfied.

  • Engine speed reaches 400 rpm or more.
  • Engine coolant temperature reaches 70C (158F) or more.
  • Vehicle speed of 70 - 120 km/h (44 - 75 MPH) is maintained for 60 seconds or more under the control of closed loop.
  • Vehicle speed of 30 - 60 km/h (19 - 37 MPH) is maintained for 10 seconds or more under the control of closed loop.
  • Under the closed loop control condition, the following state reaches 12 seconds or more in total: Vehicle speed of 4 km/h (2 MPH) or less with idling condition.
  • A lapse of 22 minutes or more after engine start.
  • The state of driving at 10km/h (6 MPH) or more reaches 10 minutes or more in total.
  • The ignition switch was changed from ON to OFF.

NOTE:

  • If the same malfunction is detected regardless of the driving condition, reset the B counter.
  • When the above is satisfied without detecting the same malfunction, count up the B counter.
  • When the B counter reaches 3 without malfunction, MIL goes off.
  • When the B counter is counted once without detecting the same malfunction after TCM memorizes DTC of the 1st trip, DTC of the 1st trip is erased.

TIME CHART

TIME CHART

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