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Nissan Rogue Service Manual: Basic inspection

DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR WORK FLOW

Work Flow

DETAILED FLOW

1.INTERVIEW FROM THE CUSTOMER

Clarify customer complaints before inspection. First of all, perform an interview utilizing DAS-202, "Diagnostic Work Sheet" and reproduce the symptom as well as fully understand it. Ask customer about his/her complaints carefully. Check symptoms by driving vehicle with customer, if necessary.

CAUTION: Customers are not professional. Never guess easily like “maybe the customer means that...,” or “maybe the customer mentions this symptom”.

>> GO TO 2.

2.CHECK SYMPTOM

Reproduce the symptom that is indicated by the customer, based on the information from the customer obtained by the interview. Also check that the symptom is not caused by fail-safe mode. Refer to DAS-191, "Fail-Safe (Chassis Control Module)".

CAUTION: When the symptom is caused by normal operation, fully inspect each portion and obtain the understanding of customer that the symptom is not caused by a malfunction. >> GO TO 3.

3.PERFORM SELF-DIAGNOSIS

With CONSULT

  1.  Perform “Self Diagnostic Result“ for “CHASSIS CONTROL“.

Is DTC detected? YES >> Record or print self-diagnosis results and freeze frame data (FFD). GO TO 4.

NO >> Inspection End.

4.RECHECK THE SYMPTOM

With CONSULT

Perform DTC confirmation procedures for the malfunctioning system.

NOTE: If some DTCs are detected at the some time, determine the order for performing the diagnosis based on DAS- 193, "DTC Inspection Priority Chart". Is DTC detected? YES >> GO TO 5.

NO >> Check harness and connectors based on the information obtained by the interview. Refer to DAS- 171, "Precautions for Harness Repair".

5.REPAIR OR REPLACE MALFUNCTIONING PARTS

  1.  Repair or replace malfunctioning parts.
  2.  Reconnect part or connector after repairing or replacing.
  3. When DTC is detected, erase “Self Diagnostic Result“ for “CHASSIS CONTROL”.

>> GO TO 6.

6.FINAL CHECK

With CONSULT

  1.  Check the reference value for “CHASSIS CONTROL”.
  2.  Recheck the symptom and check that the symptom is not reproduced on the same conditions.

Is the symptom reproduced? YES >> GO TO 3.

NO >> Inspection End.

Diagnostic Work Sheet

Description

INTERVIEW SHEET SAMPLE

Interview sheet sample

Interview sheet sample

ADDITIONAL SERVICE WHEN REPLACING CHASSIS CONTROL MODULE

Description

When replaced the chassis control module, configuration of the chassis control module is required. Refer to DAS-205, "Work Procedure".

CONFIGURATION (CHASSIS CONTROL MODULE)

Work Procedure

CAUTION:

1.CHECKING TYPE ID (1)

Use FAST (service parts catalogue) to search the chassis control module of the applicable vehicle and find “Type ID”.

Is “Type ID” displayed? YES >> Print out “Type ID” and GO TO 2.

NO >> “Configuration” is not required for the chassis control module. Replace in the usual manner. Refer to DAS-277, "Removal and Installation".

2.CHECKING TYPE ID (2)

CONSULT Configuration

  1.  Select “Before Replace ECU” of “Read/Write Configuration”.
  2.  Check that “Type ID” is displayed on the CONSULT screen.

Is “Type ID” displayed? YES >> GO TO 3.

NO >> GO TO 7.

3.VERIFYING TYPE ID (1)

CONSULT Configuration

Compare a “Type ID” displayed on the CONSULT screen with the one searched by using FAST (service parts catalogue) to check that these “Type ID” agree with each other.

NOTE: For the “Type ID” searched by using FAST (service parts catalog), use the last five digits of the “Type ID”.

>> GO TO 4.

4.SAVING TYPE ID

CONSULT Configuration

Save “Type ID” on CONSULT.

>> GO TO 5.

5.REPLACING CHASSIS CONTROL MODULE (1)

Replace the chassis control module. Refer to DAS-277, "Removal and Installation".

>> GO TO 6.

6.WRITING (AUTOMATIC WRITING)

CONSULT Configuration

  1.  Select “After Replace ECU” of “Re/programming, Configuration” or that of “Read / Write Configuration”.
  2.  Select the “Type ID” agreeing with the one stored on CONSULT and the one searched by using FAST (service parts catalogue) to write the “Type ID” into the chassis control module.

NOTE: For the “Type ID” searched by using FAST (service parts catalog), use the last five digits of the “Type ID”.

>> GO TO 9.

7.REPLACING CHASSIS CONTROL MODULE (2)

Replace the chassis control module. Refer to DAS-277, "Removal and Installation".

>> GO TO 8.

8.WRITING (MANUAL WRITING)

CONSULT Configuration

  1.  Select “Manual Configuration”.
  2.  Select the “Type ID” searched by using FAST (service parts catalogue) to write the “Type ID” into the chassis control module.

NOTE: For the “Type ID” searched by using FAST (service parts catalog), use the last five digits of the “Type ID”. >> GO TO 9.

9.VERIFYING TYPE ID (2)

Compare “Type ID” written into the chassis control module with the one searched by using FAST (service parts catalogue) to check that these “Type ID” agree with each other.

NOTE: For the “Type ID” searched by using FAST (service parts catalog), use the last five digits of the “Type ID”. >> GO TO 10.

10.CHECKING CHASSIS CONTROL WARNING

  1.  Turn the ignition switch OFF.
  2.  Turn the ignition switch ON and check that the chassis control warning to information display of combination meter displays OFF after staying illuminated for approximately two seconds.

CAUTION: Never start the engine. Is the inspection result normal? YES >> GO TO 11.

NO >> Perform the “Self Diagnostic Result” of “CHASSIS CONTROL”. Refer to DAS-182, "CONSULT Function".

11.PERFORMING SUPPLEMENTARY WORK

  1.  Perform the self-diagnosis of all systems.
  2.  Erase self-diagnosis results.

>> End of work.

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