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Nissan Rogue Service Manual: Inspection and adjustment

ADDITIONAL SERVICE WHEN REPLACING CONTROL UNIT

ADDITIONAL SERVICE WHEN REPLACING CONTROL UNIT : Description

ZERO POINT RESET

ZERO POINT RESET : Description

Always perform zero point reset using CONSULT when removing and installing the passenger seat or servicing the occupant classification system. If zero point reset is not performed the OCS may not operate normally, which may increase the risk of serious injury in a collision. Zero point reset is an initializing procedure for occupant detection sensor that must be performed when replacing or removing and installing passenger seat.

If zero point reset is not performed, the initialization is incomplete and Occupant Detection System does not operate normally.

NOTE:

ZERO POINT RESET : Special Repair Requirement

1.PERFORM ZERO POINT RESET

  1.  Perform zero point reset.

NOTE: When performing zero point reset, be careful of the items described as per the following:

  1.  Select start on “Zero point reset function” screen from, WORK SUPPORT of CONSULT “OCCUPANT DETECTION”.
  2.  “Zero point reset” starts.

>> GO TO 2.

2.CONFIRMATION OF SETTING

  1.  Proceed to “Zero point reset function” screen from work support of CONSULT “OCCUPANT DETECTION”.
  2.  Check that “Complete” or “Incomplete” is displayed on “Zero point reset status”.

CAUTION:

Is condition “ALREADY PERFORMED”? YES >> Print out “ZERO POINT RESET CURRENT STATUS” screen, and inspection end.

NO >> Check condition as per the following, and perform zero point reset again.

NOTE: If “Incomplete” is displayed on “zero point reset current status”, zero point reset is not completed normally. Check the condition as per the following and perform zero point reset again.

• Passenger seat is occupied by an object.

CONFIGURATION

CONFIGURATION : Description

When replacing air bag diagnosis sensor 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 air bag diagnosis sensor unit.

CONFIGURATION : Work Procedure

CAUTION:

CONFIGURATION

Vehicle specification needs to be written with CONSULT because it is not written after replacing air bag diagnosis sensor unit.

Configuration has three functions as follows:

Function

Description

"Before Replace ECU"
  • Reads the vehicle configuration of current air bag diagnosis sensor unit.
  •  Saves the read vehicle configuration.
"After Replace ECU" Writes the vehicle configuration with manual selection.
"Select Saved Data List" Writes the vehicle configuration with saved data.

CAUTION:

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 BCM.

>> GO TO 2.

2.REPLACE AIR BAG DIAGNOSIS SENSOR UNIT

Replace air bag diagnosis sensor unit. Refer to SR-26, "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.
  3.  If “Before Replace ECU” operation was not performed, select "After Replace ECU" or "Manual Configuration" to write vehicle specification.

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

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

>> GO TO 4.

4.OPERATION CHECK

Confirm that each function controlled by air bag diagnosis sensor unit.

>> Work End.

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