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Nissan Rogue Service Manual: Basic inspection

DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR WORK FLOW

Work Flow

OVERALL SEQUENCE

Overall sequence

DETAILED FLOW

1.INTERVIEW FOR MALFUNCTION

It is also important to clarify the customer concerns before starting the inspection. Interview the customer about the concerns carefully and understand the symptoms fully.

NOTE: The customers are not professionals. Never assume that “maybe the customer means···” or “maybe the customer mentioned this symptom”. >> GO TO 2.

2.SELF-DIAGNOSIS WITH CONSULT

  1.  Perform “All DTC Reading” with CONSULT.
  2.  Check if the DTC is detected on the “Self-Diagnostic Results” of following:

Is any DTC detected? YES >> GO TO 5.

NO >> GO TO 3.

3.ACTION TEST

Perform the following system action test to check the system operation:

Check if any other malfunctions occur.

>> GO TO 4.

4.SYMPTOM DIAGNOSIS

Perform the applicable diagnosis according to the diagnosis chart by symptom. Refer to DAS-152, "Symptom Table".

>> GO TO 6.

5.TROUBLE DIAGNOSIS BY DTC

  1.  Check the DTC in the “Self-Diagnostic Results”.
  2.  Perform trouble diagnosis for the detected DTC following:

>> GO TO 6.

6.MALFUNCTIONING PART REPAIR

Repair or replace the identified malfunctioning parts.

>> GO TO 7.

7.REPAIR CHECK (SELF-DIAGNOSIS WITH CONSULT)

  1.  Erases self-diagnosis results.
  2.  Perform “All DTC Reading” again after repairing or replacing the specific items.
  3.  Check if any DTC is detected in self-diagnosis results of following:

Is any DTC detected? YES >> GO TO 5.

NO >> GO TO 8.

8.REPAIR CHECK (ACTION TEST)

Perform the following system action test. Check that the malfunction symptom is solved or no other symptoms occur.

Is there a malfunction symptom?

YES >> GO TO 4.

NO >> Inspection End.

PRE-INSPECTION FOR DIAGNOSIS

Inspection Procedure

1.CHECK REAR VIEW CAMERA LENS

Is the rear view camera lens contaminated with foreign materials? YES >> Clean rear view camera lens.

NO >> GO TO 2.

2.CHECK REAR VIEW CAMERA INSTALLATION CONDITION

Check rear view camera installation condition (e.g. position, looseness, bent in back door).

Is it properly installed? YES >> Inspection End.

NO >> Install rear view camera properly, and perform rear view camera calibration. Refer to DAS-89, "Description".

REAR VIEW CAMERA WASHER/AIR BLOWER FUNCTION INSPECTION

Inspection Procedure

1.CHECK REAR VIEW CAMERA WASHER/AIR BLOWER FUNCTION

  1.  Start the engine.
  2.  Select the “Active Test” item “AIR&WASH ACTIVE” of “AVM” with CONSULT.

NOTE: Before function check, perform the following items:

  1.  While operating the test item, check the operation.

Is it properly operated? Washer fluid ejects 4 - 6 times. (Normal function)>>Inspection End.

Washer fluid ejects 7 times or more.>>Properly install or replace air tube.

Washer fluid ejects only once>> Properly install or replace air tube.

Washer fluid does not eject>>Properly install washer tube or replace washer tube and check valve.

ADDITIONAL SERVICE WHEN REPLACING DISTANCE SENSOR

Description

Always perform the following after removing and installing or replacing the Distance sensor:

Work Procedure

1.DISTANCE SENSOR INITIAL VERTICAL ALIGNMENT

Perform the distance sensor initial vertical alignment. Refer to DAS-70, "Description".

>> GO TO 2.

2.DISTANCE SENSOR ALIGNMENT

Perform the distance sensor alignment. Refer to DAS-72, "Description".

>> Work End.

DISTANCE SENSOR INITIAL VERTICAL ALIGNMENT

Description

WARNING: Radio waves could adversely affect electric medical equipment. Those who use a pacemaker should contact the electric medical equipment manufacturer for the possible influences before use.

OUTLINE OF DISTANCE SENSOR INITIAL ALIGNMENT PROCEDURE

CAUTION: The system does not operate normally unless the Distance sensor is aligned properly.

  1.  Required tools, refer to DAS-70, "Required Tools".
  2.  Preparation, refer to DAS-70, "Preparation".
  3.  Distance sensor initial vertical alignment, refer to DAS-71, "Distance Sensor Initial Vertical Alignment".

CAUTIONARY POINT FOR DISTANCE SENSOR ALIGNMENT PROCEDURE

CAUTION:

The Distance sensor requires alignment whenever the Distance sensor is removed and reinstalled and whenever front end structural repairs are performed. Distance sensor alignment consists of performing the mechanical vertical alignment (Distance sensor initial vertical alignment) described in the following procedure, followed by the electronic horizontal alignment (Distance sensor alignment) that is performed using CONSULT and the appropriate special service tools.

Required Tools

The following tool is necessary to perform the Distance sensor initial vertical alignment:

Required Tools

Preparation

1.PREPARATION FOR DISTANCE SENSOR INITIAL VERTICAL ALIGNMENT PROCEDURE

  1.  Verify correct vehicle suspension height. Refer to WT-65, "Wheel".
  2.  Repair or replace any damaged body components.
  3.  Verify proper tire inflation pressures. Refer to WT-65, "Tire Air Pressure".
  4.  Remove any accumulations of mud, snow or ice from the vehicle underbody.
  5.  Verify that there is no load in the vehicle (cargo or passenger).
  6.  Place the vehicle on a known level horizontal surface such as a wheel or frame alignment rack to achieve satisfactory sensor vertical alignment results.
  7.  Remove front fascia. Refer to EXT-17, "Removal and Installation".

>> Refer to DAS-71, "Distance Sensor Initial Vertical Alignment".

Distance Sensor Initial Vertical Alignment

NOTE: The Distance sensor initial vertical alignment procedure must be performed anytime the Distance sensor is removed and reinstalled.

  1.  The Distance sensor (1) is located near the right front head lamp behind the front bumper fascia.

Distance Sensor Initial Vertical Alignment

  1. Place the carpenters level (2) against the face of the Distance sensor (1).

Distance Sensor Initial Vertical Alignment

  1. Turn the Distance sensor adjustment screw (3) to level the sensor.

Distance Sensor Initial Vertical Alignment

  1. Insure the Distance sensor electrical connector located on the bottom of the sensor is connected.
  2.  Reinstall the front bumper fascia.
  3.  Perform the Distance sensor alignment procedure. Refer to DAS-72, "Description".

DISTANCE SENSOR ALIGNMENT

Description

WARNING: Radio waves could adversely affect electric medical equipment. Those who use a pacemaker should contact the electric medical equipment manufacturer for the possible influences before use.

OUTLINE OF RADAR ALIGNMENT PROCEDURE

CAUTION: The system does not operate normally unless the Distance sensor is aligned properly.

  1.  Required tools, refer to DAS-72, "Required Tools".
  2.  Preparation, refer to DAS-74, "Preparation".
  3.  Vehicle set up, refer to DAS-74, "Vehicle Set Up".
  4.  Setting the Distance sensor target board, refer to DAS-76, "Setting The Distance Sensor Target Board".
  5.  Distance sensor adjustment, refer to DAS-77, "Distance Sensor Adjustment".

CAUTIONARY POINT FOR RADAR ALIGNMENT PROCEDURE

CAUTION:

Required Tools

The following Distance sensor alignment kit (1-20-2721-1-IF) and Distance sensor alignment kit attachment board (target board) (J-50808) are necessary to perform the Distance sensor alignment:

Required Tools

Required Tools

Required Tools

Required Tools

Required Tools

Preparation

1.ADVANCE PREPARATION FOR RADAR ALIGNMENT PROCEDURE

  1.  Adjust all tire pressures to the specified value.
  2.  Empty the vehicle. (Remove any luggage from the passenger compartment, luggage room, etc.)
  3.  Shift the selector lever to “P” position, and release the parking brake.
  4.  Fully fill the fuel tank, and then check that the coolant and oils are filled up to correct level.
  5.  Clean off the right front side of the fascia in front of the Distance sensor.

    NOTE: The Distance sensor is located behind the fascia and it is not exposed to the elements. Therefore it should not require any cleaning.

Advance preparation for radar alignment procedure

1 : Distance sensor

>> Refer to DAS-74, "Vehicle Set Up".

Vehicle Set Up

DESCRIPTION

Accurate adjustment of the radar alignment requires that the Distance sensor target board, wheel adapter, laser assembly, and stationary target be properly positioned.

CAUTION: If the radar alignment is adjusted with the Distance sensor target board, wheel adapter, laser assembly, or stationary target in the incorrect position, the Distance system will not function properly or the alignment procedure may not be completed successfully.

1.PREPOSITION TARGET BOARD

NOTE:

Preposition target board

B : Up-down direction adjusting screw

Preposition target board

Preposition target board

  1. Position the distance sensor target board in front facing the right front side of the vehicle:
  1.  Extend the machined arm of the distance sensor target board exposing the reflective surface (3) to the right front side of the vehicle.
  2.  Place one side of the laser assembly (2) flush against the center of the distance sensor target board (1) to assist in the positioning.

Preposition target board

  1. Turn the laser assembly ON (3) allowing the laser beam to emit through the opening of the laser assembly toward the center of the distance sensor.
  2.  Move the distance sensor target board (1) as necessary so that center of distance sensor target board aligns with center of distance sensor.
  3. Turn the laser assembly OFF when done.

Are you using Hunter alignment equipment? YES >> Refer to Hunter’s equipment instructions for complete vehicle set up and distance sensor target board setting. Then, refer to DAS-77, "Distance Sensor Adjustment".

NO >> GO TO 2.

2.INSTALLING LASER ASSEMBLY

NOTE:

  1. Install the wheel adapter (1) on the right front wheel.
  2.  Mount the laser assembly (2) to the wheel adapter (1) as shown in the figure.

NOTE: When the power switch is turned ON, the front laser signal (A) will be emitted toward the front distance sensor target board, and the rear laser signal (B) will be emitted toward the rear of the vehicle. >> GO TO 3.

Installing laser assembly

3.SETTING UP STATIONARY TARGET

  1.  Place the stationary target next to the right rear tire as shown in the figure.
  2.  Turn the laser assembly ON allowing the laser beam to be emitted through the front and rear laser assembly openings.
  3.  Measure and record the distance (Dr) between the edge of the right rear wheel and the laser beam (1) on the stationary target (horizontal line).
  4.  Measure and record the height (Hr) between the laser beam (1) on the stationary target and ground level (vertical line).

Setting up stationary target

  1. Measure and record the distance (Df) between the edge of the right front wheel and the laser beam signal/opening (1) on the laser assembly (horizontal line).
  2.  Measure and record the height (Hf) between the laser beam signal/ opening (1) on the laser assembly and ground level (vertical line).

NOTE:

  1.  Adjust laser beam as necessary until the two distances match and the two heights match.

    NOTE: You will have to verify both horizontal and vertical adjustments anytime one adjustment is made.

Setting up stationary target

>> Refer to DAS-76, "Setting The Distance Sensor Target Board".

Setting The Distance Sensor Target Board

DESCRIPTION

Accurate adjustment of the radar alignment requires that the distance sensor target board be accurately positioned.

CAUTION: If the radar alignment is adjusted with the distance sensor target board in the incorrect position, the distance system will not function properly or the alignment procedure may not be completed successfully.

1.DISTANCE SENSOR TARGET BOARD FINAL SETTING

  1. With the distance sensor target board arm extended, the laser beam (1) emitted by the laser assembly (A) will be reflected back (B) toward the laser assembly.

    NOTE: When adjusted properly, reflected laser beam (B) must align with emitted laser beam (A) and the two laser beams will be seen as one.

  2.  Rotate the distance sensor target board to achieve the necessary horizontal adjustment.
  3.  Adjust the distance sensor target board leveling screws to achieve the necessary vertical adjustment.

Distance sensor target board final setting

  1. The figure shown illustrates the laser beam (A) emitted by the laser assembly (1) and its reflection (B) off of the distance sensor target board arm.

Distance sensor target board final setting

>> GO TO 2.

2.CHECK THE POSITION OF THE DISTANCE SENSOR TARGET BOARD

Do not place anything other than the distance sensor target board in the space shown in front of the vehicle (view from top).

Check the position of the distance sensor target board

  1. Distance sensor target board arm
  2. Distance sensor target board
  3. Distance sensor
  4.  Vehicle
  5. Distance between front wheel and laser beam (Df)
  6. Distance between rear wheel and laser beam (Dr)
  7. Height between front laser beam and ground (Hf)
  8.  Height between rear laser beam and ground (Hr)
  9.  Distance sensor target board center position (Position 2)
  10.  750 - 2000 mm (29.5 - 78.7 in)

>> Refer to DAS-77, "Distance Sensor Adjustment".

Distance Sensor Adjustment

DESCRIPTION

The radar alignment is performed automatically with CONSULT.

CAUTION: Perform all necessary work for radar alignment until the adjustment completes as shown in the procedure.

If the procedure does not complete, the FCW system is inoperable.

1.PERFORM RADAR ALIGNMENT

  1.  Start the engine.
  2.  Connect CONSULT and select “Work support” of “LASER/RADAR”.
  3.  Select “MILLIWAVE RADAR ADJUST” after the “Work support” screen is displayed.

NOTE: Confirm the following items;

  1.  Select “Start” after the “MILLIWAVE RADAR ADJUST” screen is displayed.

    CAUTION: Never select “Start” when the target is not accurately placed.

  2.  Select “Start” after the preparation information is displayed.
  3.  Select “Next” after the “Starting alignment.” screen is displayed.

    NOTE: If the radar is in alignment at this time, “Alignment in progress” is displayed. It may take several 10s of seconds until the result is displayed.

  4.  Confirm the displayed item.

Perform radar alignment

NOTE: Replace Distance sensor if “Sensor malfunction.” is repeatedly indicated.

  1.  Confirm displayed value.

Perform radar alignment

NOTE:

  1.  Select “OK” after the “No error detected.” is displayed.
  2.  Select “OK” after the “End of alignment.” is displayed.

CAUTION: Once “MILLIWAVE RADAR ADJUST” is started with CONSULT, always continue the work until the horizontal radar alignment is completed successfully. If the job is stopped midway, the radar alignment is not adjusted and the FCW system cannot operate.

>> RADAR ALIGNMENT END

ACTION TEST

LDW

LDW : Description

WARNING: Be careful of traffic conditions and safety around the vehicle when performing road test.

CAUTION:

LDW : Inspection Procedure

WARNING: Be careful of traffic conditions and safety around the vehicle when performing road test.

CAUTION:

1.CHECK LDW SYSTEM SETTING

  1.  Start the engine.
  2.  Check that the LDW system setting can be enabled/disabled on the vehicle information display.
  3.  Turn OFF the ignition switch and wait for 30 seconds or more.
  4.  Check that the previous setting is saved when the engine starts again.

>> GO TO 2.

2.ACTION TEST FOR LDW

  1.  Enable the setting of the LDW system on the vehicle information display.
  2.  Turn warning systems switch ON (warning systems ON indicator is ON).
  3.  Check the LDW operation according to the following table.

Action test for ldw

NOTE: After the operating conditions of warning are satisfied, the warning continues until the vehicle speed reaches approximately 60 km/h (40 MPH). Refer to DAS-16, "LDW : System Description".

>> Inspection End.

BSW

BSW : Description

WARNING: Be careful of traffic conditions and safety around the vehicle when performing road test.

CAUTION:

BSW : Inspection Procedure

WARNING: Be careful of traffic conditions and safety around the vehicle when performing road test.

CAUTION:

1.CHECK BSW SYSTEM SETTING

  1.  Start the engine.
  2.  Check that the BSW system setting can be enabled/disabled on the vehicle information display.
  3.  Turn OFF the ignition switch and wait for 30 seconds or more.
  4.  Check that the previous setting is saved when the engine starts again.

>> GO TO 2.

2.ACTION TEST FOR BSW

  1.  Enable the setting of the BSW system on the vehicle information display.
  2.  Turn warning systems switch ON (warning systems ON indicator is ON).
  3.  Check the BSW operation according to the following table.

Vehicle condition/Driver’s operation

Vehicle condition/Driver’s operation

NOTE: After the operating conditions of warning are satisfied, the warning continues until the vehicle speed reaches approximately 60 km/h (40 MPH). Refer to DAS-20, "BSW : System Description".

>> Inspection End.

MOD

MOD : Description

WARNING: Be careful of traffic conditions and safety around the vehicle when performing road test.

CAUTION:

MOD : Inspection Procedure

WARNING: Be careful of traffic conditions and safety around the vehicle when performing road test.

CAUTION:

1.CHECK MOD SYSTEM SETTING

  1.  Start the engine.
  2.  Check that the MOD system setting can be enabled/disabled on the vehicle information display.
  3.  Turn OFF the ignition switch and wait for 30 seconds or more.
  4.  Check that the previous setting is saved when the engine starts again.

>> GO TO 2.

2.ACTION TEST FOR MOD

  1.  Enable the setting of the MOD system on the vehicle information display.
  2.  Turn warning systems switch ON (warning systems ON indicator is ON).
  3.  Check the MOD operation according to the following table.

Action test for mod

NOTE: After the operating conditions of warning are satisfied, the warning continues until the vehicle reaches a higher speed. Refer to DAS-26, "MOD : System Description". >> Inspection End.

ADDITIONAL SERVICE WHEN REPLACING AROUND VIEW MONITOR CONTROL UNIT

Description

BEFORE REPLACEMENT

When replacing around view monitor control unit, save or print current vehicle specification with CONSULT configuration before replacement.

NOTE: If “Before Replace ECU” cannot be used, use the “After Replace ECU” or “Manual Configuration” after replacing around view monitor control unit.

AFTER REPLACEMENT

CAUTION: When replacing around view monitor control unit, you must perform “After Replace ECU” with CONSULT.

Work Procedure

1.SAVING VEHICLE SPECIFICATION

-CONSULT

Enter “Re/Programming, Configuration” and perform “Before Replace ECU” to save or print current vehicle specification.

NOTE: If “Before Replace ECU” cannot be used, use the “After Replace ECU” or “Manual Configuration” after replacing around view monitor control unit.

>> GO TO 2.

2.REPLACE AROUND VIEW MONITOR CONTROL UNIT

Replace around view monitor control unit. Refer to DAS-163, "Removal and Installation".

>> GO TO 3.

3.WRITING VEHICLE SPECIFICATION

CONSULT

  1.  Enter "Re/Programming, Configuration".
  2.  If “Before Replace ECU” operation was performed, automatically an "Operation Log Selection" screen will be displayed. Select the applicable file from the "Saved Data List" and press “Confirm” to write vehicle specification. Refer to DAS-86, "Work Procedure".
  3.  If “Before Replace ECU” operation was not performed, select "After Replace ECU" or "Manual Configuration" to write vehicle specification. Refer to DAS-86, "Work Procedure".

>> GO TO 4.

4.REAR VIEW CAMERA CALIBRATION

Perform rear view camera calibration. Refer to DAS-89, "Description".

>> GO TO 5.

5.AROUND VIEW MONITOR CALIBRATION

Perform around view monitor calibration. Refer to DAS-93, "Description".

>> GO TO 6.

6.OPERATION CHECK

Check that the operation of the around view monitor control unit and camera images (fixed guide lines and predictive course lines) are normal.

>> Work End.

CONFIGURATION (AROUND VIEW MONITOR CONTROL UNIT)

Description

Vehicle specification needs to be written with CONSULT because it is not written after replacing around view monitor control unit.

Configuration has three functions as follows:

Description

CAUTION:

Work Procedure

1.WRITING MODE SELECTION

CONSULT

Select “Reprogramming, Configuration” of around view monitor control unit.

When writing saved data>>GO TO 2.

When writing manually>>GO TO 3.

2.PERFORM “SAVED DATA LIST”

CONSULT

Automatically “Operation Log Selection” window will display if “Before Replace ECU” was performed. Select applicable file from the “Save Data List” and press “Confirm”.

>> Work End.

3.PERFORM “AFTER REPLACE ECU” OR “MANUAL CONFIGURATION

CONSULT

  1.  Select “After Replace ECU” or “Manual Configuration”.
  2.  Identify the correct model and configuration list. Refer to DAS-87, "Configuration List".
  3.  Confirm and/or change setting value for each item.

    CAUTION: Thoroughly read and understand the vehicle specification. ECU control may not operate normally if the setting is not correct.

  4.  Select “Next”.

    CAUTION: Make sure to select “Next”, confirm each setting value and press “OK” even if the indicated configuration of brand new around view monitor control unit is same as the desirable configuration. If not, configuration which is set automatically by selecting vehicle model can not be memorized.

  5.  When "Completed", select "End".

>> GO TO 4.

4.OPERATION CHECK

Confirm that each function controlled by around view monitor control unit operates normally.

>> Work End.

Configuration List

CAUTION: Thoroughly read and understand the vehicle specification. Incorrect settings may result in abnormal control of ECU.

Configuration List

⇔: Items which confirm vehicle specifications

PREDICTIVE COURSE LINE CENTER POSITION ADJUSTMENT

Description

Adjust the center position of the predictive course line of the rear view monitor if it is shifted.

Work Procedure

1.DRIVING

Drive the vehicle straight ahead 100 m (328.1 ft) or more at a speed of 30 km/h (18.6 MPH) or more.

>> END

REAR VIEW CAMERA CALIBRATION

Description

Always perform the calibration after removing and installing or replacing the rear view camera:

CAUTION:

Work Procedure (Preparation)

1.PERFORM SELF-DIAGNOSIS

Perform “Self-Diagnosis” of the “AVM” control unit.

Is any DTC detected? Except "U1308">> Perform diagnosis on the detected DTC and repair or replace the applicable item. Refer to DAS-47, "DTC Index".

"U1308" or no DTC>>GO TO 2.

2.PREPARATION BEFORE REAR VIEW CAMERA CALIBRATION

NOTE: Select the "AVM" to diagnose the AVM control unit by CONSULT.

  1.  Perform pre-inspection for diagnosis. Refer to DAS-67, "Inspection Procedure".
  2.  Adjust the tire pressure to the specified pressure value.
  3.  Maintain no-load in vehicle.
  4.  Check if coolant and engine oil are filled up to correct level and fuel tank is full.
  5.  Situate vehicle where the camera is exposed at an atmosphere temperature between 0°C (32°F) and 30°C (86°F)
  6.  Move the shift selector to P (Park) and release the parking brake.
  7.  Clean the rear view camera.

>> GO TO 3.

3.PREPARATION OF CALIBRATION TARGET MARK

Prepare the calibration target mark according to the following figure:

Preparation of calibration target mark

(1) : Left and right targets
(2) : Center target
(A) : Side of the black or white area = 200 mm (7.87 in)
(B) : Side of the square target = 400 mm (15.75 in)

>> Refer to DAS-90, "Work Procedure (Target Setting)".

Work Procedure (Target Setting)

CAUTION:

1.TARGET SETTING

Target setting

Side distance (Sd): “B”–“E” (“D”–“F”) : 2125 mm (83.66 in)
Left distance (Ld): “Ct”–“Lt” : 1500 mm (59.06 in)
Right distance (Rd): “Ct”–“Rt” : 1500 mm (59.06 in)

  1. Mark points “A”, “B”, “C” and “D” at the center of the lateral surface of each wheel.

    NOTE: Hang a string with a cone from the fender so as to pass through the center of wheel, and then mark a point at the center of the lateral surface of the wheel.

  2.  Draw line “LH” passing through points “A” and “B” on the left side of vehicle.

    NOTE: Approximately 2.2 m (7.22 ft) or more at the rear from the rear axle.

  3. Mark point “E” on the line “LH” at the positions 2125 mm (83.66 in) from point “B”.
  4.  Draw line “RH” passing through points “C” and “D” on the right side of vehicle in the same way as step 2.
  5.  Mark point “F” on the line “RH” at the positions 2125 mm (83.66 in) from point “D”.
  6.  Draw line “RW” passing through the points “E” and “F” on the rear of the vehicle.

    NOTE: Approximately 1.8 m (5.91 ft) or more at both left and right sides from vehicle center.

  7.  Mark point “Ct” at the center of point “E” and “F” on the line “RW”.

    CAUTION: Make sure that “E” to “Ct” is equal to “F” to “Ct”.

Target setting

  1. Mark point "Lt" and "Rt" on the line "RW" at the positions 1500 mm (59.06 in) from point "Ct".
  2.  Position the center of the target mark to point of “Ct”.

Target setting

CAUTION: Make sure that the black/white pattern of the center target is rotated as compared with the left and right targets.

>> Go to DAS-91, "Work Procedure (Rear View Camera Calibration)".

Work Procedure (Rear View Camera Calibration)

CAUTION: Perform the calibration under the specified vehicle condition (fuel full, no-load, specified tire pressure, etc.). Refer to DAS-89, "Work Procedure (Preparation)".

1.CHECK REAR VIEW CAMERA HEIGHT

Measure the rear view camera height “H”.

>> GO TO 2.

Check rear view camera height

2.REAR VIEW CAMERA CALIBRATION

  1.  Select “Work Support” on “AVM” with CONSULT.
  2.  Select “REAR CAMERA ITS”.
  3.  Select "OK".

CAUTION:

  1.  Input the rear view camera height "H", and then touch "APPLY".
  2.  Confirm that the same value is displayed on the center display.
  3.  Confirm the following items:
  1.  Select “Start” to perform calibration.
  2. Confirm the displayed item.

Rear view camera calibration

NOTE: Replace camera unit if “00H Routine not activated” or “10H Writing error” are repeatedly indicated during the above two services are performed.

  1.  Confirm that “Completed” is displayed and then select “End” to close the calibration procedure.

>> GO TO 3.

3.PERFORM SELF-DIAGNOSIS

Perform “Self-diagnosis” of “AVM” control unit with CONSULT.

Is any DTC detected? YES >> Perform diagnosis on the detected DTC and repair or replace the applicable item. Refer to DAS- 47, "DTC Index".

NO >> GO TO 4.

4.ACTION TEST

Test the system operation by action test. Refer to DAS-80, "LDW : Description".

>> Work End.

CALIBRATING CAMERA IMAGE (AROUND VIEW MONITOR)

Description

Work Procedure

CALIBRATION FLOWCHART

Following the flowchart shown in the figure, perform the calibration.

Calibration flowchart

NOTE: View in the incomplete calibration state is indicated by “ ” on the around view monitor.

Calibration flowchart

CALIBRATION PROCEDURE

1.AROUND VIEW MONITOR SCREEN CONFIRMATION

Check that there is no indication of “Incomplete calibration”.

Is the “Incomplete calibration” display visible? YES >> GO TO 2.

NO >> GO TO 4.

Around view monitor screen confirmation

2.CHECK THAT AROUND VIEW MONITOR CONTROL UNIT IS REPLACED

Check that the around view monitor control unit is replaced.

Is the around view monitor control unit replaced? YES >> GO TO 3.

NO >> GO TO 5.

3.CANCEL THE INDICATION OF INCOMPLETE CALIBRATION (PERFORM THIS ONLY AFTER REPLACING AROUND VIEW MONITOR CONTROL UNIT.)

CONSULT work support

  1.  On the CONSULT screen, touch “CALIBRATING CAMERA IMAGE (FRONT CAMERA)”, “CALIBRATING CAMERA IMAGE (PASS-SIDE CAMERA)”, “CALIBRATING CAMERA IMAGE (DR-SIDE CAMERA)”, or “CALIBRATING CAMERA IMAGE (REAR CAMERA)” to accept the selection.

    NOTE: To cancel the indication of Incomplete calibration, select items based on the target camera.

  2.  On the adjustment screen of each camera, touch “APPLY” button.

    After this, touch “OK” button.

CAUTION:

  1.  Display the around view monitor screen to check that there is no errors, such as deviations among the camera images.

Is there a malfunction? YES >> Calibration End.

NO >> GO TO 1.

Cancel the indication of incomplete calibration

4.PERFORM SIMPLIFIED CONFIRMATION/ADJUSTMENT BY “FINE TUNING OF BIRDS-EYE VIEW”

  1.  Put target line 1 on the ground beside each axle using packing tape, etc.
  2.  Put target lines 2 equal to the vehicle total length + approximately 1.0 m (39.3 in) from the vehicle side (right and left) at approximately 30 cm (11.8 in) away from the vehicle (make the line as parallel with the vehicle as possible)

Preparation of simplified target line

Preparation of simplified target line

  1. Target lines 1
  2. Target lines 2
  3.  Approx. 30 cm (11.8 in)
  4. Approx. 1.0 m (39.3 in)
  1. CONSULT work support Touch “FINE TUNING OF BIRDS-EYE VIEW” on the CONSULT screen.
  2.  On the CONSULT screen, touch “SELECT” button to select right or left camera and perform camera calibration as instructed below:

Simplified target line adjustment method

Simplified target line adjustment method

  1. Target lines 1
  2. Target lines 2
  3.  Marker for target line 1
  4.  Boundary between cameras
  5. Crosshairs cursor (mark indicated the selected camera)
  6.  Adjustment method for target lines 1 (right)
  7. Adjustment method for target lines 2 (right)
  1. Adjust right and left cameras. Touch "APPLY" on the CONSULT screen to display adjustment results.
  2.  After adjusting right and left cameras, check that the marker is properly placed on the screen and there is no deviation in Target line 1.

NOTE:

Is the difference corrected? YES >> On the CONSULT screen, touch “OK” button to complete writing to the around view monitor control unit.

NO >> GO TO 5.

5.PERFORM “CALIBRATING CAMERA IMAGE”

Preparation of target line

  1.  Hang a string with a weight as shown in the figure. Put the points FM0, RM0 (mark) on the ground at the center of the vehicle front end and rear end with white packing tape or a pen.
  2.  Route the vinyl string under the vehicle, and then pull and fix it on the point approximately 1.0 m (39.9 in) to the front and rear of the vehicle through the points FM0 and RM0 using packing tape.

Target line preparation procedure 1

Target line preparation procedure 1

  1. Thread
  2. Weight
  3.  Point FM0 (mark)
  4.  Point RM0 (mark)
  5. Packing tape (to fix the vinyl string)
  6. Vinyl string
  1. Put the points FM and RM (mark) 75 cm (29.5 in) from the points FM0 and RM0 individually.
  2.  Route the vinyl string through the points FM and RM using a triangle scale, and then fix it at approximately 1.5 m (59 in) on both sides with packing tape.
  3.  Put the points FL, FR, RL, and RR (mark) to both right and left [vehicle width / 2 + 30 cm (11.8 in)] from the points FM and RM.

Target line preparation procedure 2

Target line preparation procedure 2

  1. Point FM
  2. Point RM
  3. Triangle scale
  4. Point FL (mark)
  5. Point FR (mark)
  6.  Point RL (mark)
  7. Point RR (mark)
  8. 75 cm (29.5 in)
  9. Approx. 1.5 m (59 in)
  10. 30 cm (11.8 in) [Vehicle width/ 2 + 30 cm (11.8 in) from the points FM and RM]
  1. Draw the lines of the points FL – RL and FR – RR with vinyl string, and fix it with packing tape.
  2.  Put a mark on the center of each axle, draw vertical lines to the lines of the points FL – RL and FR – RR from the marks on the center of the axle using a triangle scale, and then fix the lines using packing tape.

Target line preparation procedure 3

Target line preparation procedure 3

  1. Point FL
  2. Point FR
  3. Point RL
  4.  Point RR
  5. Center position of axle
  6. Triangle scale

Perform “Calibrating Camera Image”

CONSULT work support

  1. . On the CONSULT screen, touch “CALIBRATING CAMERA IMAGE (FRONT CAMERA)”, “CALIBRATING CAMERA IMAGE (PASS-SIDE CAMERA)”, “CALIBRATING CAMERA IMAGE (DR-SIDE CAMERA)”, or “CALIBRATING CAMERA IMAGE (REAR CAMERA)” to accept the selection.

    NOTE: To cancel the indication of Incomplete calibration, select items based on the target camera.

  2.  On the adjustment screen of each camera, adjust the parameter by touching the “AXIS X” button, “AXIS Y” button, and “ROTATE” button to place the calibration marker shown on the camera screen on the target line drawn on the ground.

Perform “Calibrating Camera Image

Adjustment range
Rotation direction (Center dial) : 31 patterns (16 on the center)
Upper/lower direction (upper/lower switch) : −22 – 22
Left/right direction (left/right switch) : −22 – 22

  1. Touch “APPLY” button on the CONSULT screen. “PRCSNG” is displayed and adjustment results are shown on the camera screen.

    CAUTION: Check that “PRCSNG” is displayed. Never perform other operations while “PRCSNG” is displayed.

  2.  Touch “OK” button on the CONSULT screen. “PRCSNG” is displayed and adjustment results are written to the around view monitor control unit.

    CAUTION: Check that “PRCSNG” is displayed. Never perform other operations while “PRCSNG” is displayed.

>> GO TO 6.

6.PERFORM “FINE TUNING OF BIRDS-EYE VIEW”

This mode is designed to align the boundary between each camera image that could not be aligned in the

“Calibrating Camera Image” mode.

CONSULT work support

  1.  Select “FINE TUNING OF BIRDS-EYE VIEW” by touching CONSULT screen.
  2.  On the adjustment screen of each camera, adjust the parameter by touching the “AXIS X” button, “AXIS Y” button”, and “ROTATE” button to place the calibration marker shown on the camera screen on the target line drawn on the ground.

    NOTE: Touch “SELECT” button on the CONSULT screen to select the target camera.

  3.  Touch “APPLY” button on the CONSULT screen. “PRCSNG” is displayed and adjustment results are shown on the camera screen.

    CAUTION: Check that “PRCSNG” is displayed. Never perform other operations while “PRCSNG” is displayed.

  4.  Touch “OK” button on the CONSULT screen. “PRCSNG” is displayed and adjustment results are written to the around view monitor control unit.

CAUTION:

NOTE:

Calibrating Camera Image” mode

>> Calibration End.

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