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Nissan Rogue Service Manual: System

ENGINE CONTROL SYSTEM

ENGINE CONTROL SYSTEM : System Description

SYSTEM DIAGRAM

System diagram

SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

ECM controls the engine by various functions.

Function Reference
Multiport fuel injection system EC-34, "MULTIPORT FUEL INJECTION SYSTEM : System Description (with automatic air conditioner)"
Electric ignition system EC-39, "ELECTRIC IGNITION SYSTEM : System Description"
Intake valve timing control EC-40, "INTAKE VALVE TIMING CONTROL : System Description"
Exhaust valve timing control EC-43, "EXHAUST VALVE TIMING CONTROL : System Description"
Intake manifold runner control EC-44, "INTAKE MANIFOLD RUNNER CONTROL : System Description
Engine protection control EC-44, "ENGINE PROTECTION CONTROL AT LOW ENGINE OIL PRESSURE : System Description"
Fuel filler cap warning system EC-48, "FUEL FILLER CAP WARNING SYSTEM : System Description"
Air conditioning cut control EC-45, "AIR CONDITIONING CUT CONTROL : System Description"
Power generation voltage variable control EC-45, "POWER GENERATION VOLTAGE VARIABLE CONTROL SYSTEM : System Description"
Cooling fan control EC-46, "COOLING FAN CONTROL : System Description"
Evaporative emission system EC-53, "EVAPORATIVE EMISSION SYSTEM : System Description"
Automatic speed control device (ASCD) EC-47, "AUTOMATIC SPEED CONTROL DEVICE (ASCD) : System Description"
CAN communication EC-53, "CAN COMMUNICATION : System Description"
Sport mode EC-54, "SPORT MODE CONTROL : System Description"

ENGINE CONTROL SYSTEM : Fail Safe

NON DTC RELATED ITEM

Detected items Engine operating condition in fail-safe mode Remarks
Malfunction indicator lamp circuit Engine speed will not rise more than 2,500 rpm due to the fuel cut When there is an open circuit on MIL circuit, the ECM cannot warn the driver by lighting up MIL when there is malfunction on engine control system.

Therefore, when electrical controlled throttle and part of ECM related diagnoses are continuously detected as NG for 5 trips, ECM warns the driver that engine control system malfunctions and MIL circuit is open by means of operating fail safe function.

The fail safe function also operates when above diagnoses except MIL circuit are detected and demands the driver to repair the malfunction.

DTC RELATED ITEM

Description

When a DTC is detected, ECM executes a mode (in the Fail-safe mode) applicable to the DTC. The fail-safe mode has the preset traveling control mode (accelerator angle variation and engine output limit) and device fix mode.

Fail safe mode Vehicle behavior
Traveling control mode Accelerator angle variation control ECM controls the accelerator pedal depression speed to make it slower than actual speed. This causes a drop in accelerating performance and encourages the driver to repair malfunction.

NOTE: ECM does not control the accelerator pedal releasing speed.

Engine output control ECM reduces the engine output, according to the rise in engine speed. This reduces the vehicle speed to encourage the driver to repair malfunction.
Device fix mode
  • This mode fixes the IVT control solenoid valve and the EVT control solenoid valve in the reference position.
  •  The intake manifold runner control valve motor is turned OFF (intake manifold runner control valve opens).

Fail Safe Pattern

Pattern Fail safe mode
A Traveling control mode Accelerator angle variation control
B Engine output control
C Device fix mode

Fail Safe List

Ч:Applicable —: Not applicable

Fail Safe List

Fail Safe List

MULTIPORT FUEL INJECTION SYSTEM

MULTIPORT FUEL INJECTION SYSTEM : System Description (with automatic air conditioner)

SYSTEM DIAGRAM

System diagram

SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

The amount of fuel injected from the fuel injector is determined by the ECM. The ECM controls the length of time the valve remains open (injection pulse duration). The amount of fuel injected is a program value in the ECM memory. The program value is preset by engine operating conditions. These conditions are determined by input signals (for engine speed and intake air) from the crankshaft position sensor (POS), camshaft position sensor (PHASE) and the mass air flow sensor.

VARIOUS FUEL INJECTION INCREASE/DECREASE COMPENSATION

In addition, the amount of fuel injected is compensated to improve engine performance under various operating conditions as listed below.

<Fuel increase>

<Fuel decrease>

MIXTURE RATIO FEEDBACK CONTROL (CLOSED LOOP CONTROL)

Mixture ratio feedback control

The mixture ratio feedback system provides the best air-fuel mixture ratio for driveability and emission control.

The three way catalyst (manifold) can then better reduce CO, HC and NOx emissions. This system uses A/F sensor 1 in the exhaust manifold to monitor whether the engine operation is rich or lean. The ECM adjusts the injection pulse width according to the sensor voltage signal. For more information about A/F sensor 1, refer to EC-24, "Air Fuel Ratio (A/F) Sensor 1". This maintains the mixture ratio within the range of stoichiometric (ideal air-fuel mixture).

This stage is referred to as the closed loop control condition.

Heated oxygen sensor 2 is located downstream of the three way catalyst (manifold). Even if the switching characteristics of A/F sensor 1 shift, the air-fuel ratio is controlled to stoichiometric by the signal from heated oxygen sensor 2.

The open loop system condition refers to when the ECM detects any of the following conditions. Feedback control stops in order to maintain stabilized fuel combustion.

MIXTURE RATIO SELF-LEARNING CONTROL

The mixture ratio feedback control system monitors the mixture ratio signal transmitted from A/F sensor 1.

This feedback signal is then sent to the ECM. The ECM controls the basic mixture ratio as close to the theoretical mixture ratio as possible. However, the basic mixture ratio is not necessarily controlled as originally designed. Both manufacturing differences (i.e., mass air flow sensor hot wire) and characteristic changes during operation (i.e., fuel injector clogging) directly affect mixture ratio.

Accordingly, the difference between the basic and theoretical mixture ratios is monitored in this system. This is then computed in terms of “injection pulse duration” to automatically compensate for the difference between the two ratios.

“Fuel trim” refers to the feedback compensation value compared against the basic injection duration. Fuel trim includes short term fuel trim and long term fuel trim.

“Short term fuel trim” is the short-term fuel compensation used to maintain the mixture ratio at its theoretical value. The signal from A/F sensor 1 indicates whether the mixture ratio is RICH or LEAN compared to the theoretical value. The signal then triggers a reduction in fuel volume if the mixture ratio is rich, and an increase in fuel volume if it is lean.

“Long term fuel trim” is overall fuel compensation carried out long-term to compensate for continual deviation of the short term fuel trim from the central value. Such deviation will occur due to individual engine differences, wear over time and changes in the usage environment.

FUEL INJECTION TIMING

Fuel injection timing

Two types of systems are used.

FUEL SHUT-OFF

Fuel to each cylinder is cut off during deceleration, operation of the engine at excessively high speeds or operation of the vehicle at excessively high speeds.

MULTIPORT FUEL INJECTION SYSTEM : System Description (with manual air conditioner)

SYSTEM DIAGRAM

System diagram

SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

The amount of fuel injected from the fuel injector is determined by the ECM. The ECM controls the length of time the valve remains open (injection pulse duration). The amount of fuel injected is a program value in the ECM memory. The program value is preset by engine operating conditions. These conditions are determined by input signals (for engine speed and intake air) from the crankshaft position sensor (POS), camshaft position sensor (PHASE) and the mass air flow sensor.

VARIOUS FUEL INJECTION INCREASE/DECREASE COMPENSATION

In addition, the amount of fuel injected is compensated to improve engine performance under various operating conditions as listed below.

<Fuel increase>

<Fuel decrease>

MIXTURE RATIO FEEDBACK CONTROL (CLOSED LOOP CONTROL)

Mixture ratio feedback control

The mixture ratio feedback system provides the best air-fuel mixture ratio for driveability and emission control.

The three way catalyst (manifold) can then better reduce CO, HC and NOx emissions. This system uses A/F sensor 1 in the exhaust manifold to monitor whether the engine operation is rich or lean. The ECM adjusts the injection pulse width according to the sensor voltage signal. For more information about A/F sensor 1, refer to EC-24, "Air Fuel Ratio (A/F) Sensor 1". This maintains the mixture ratio within the range of stoichiometric (ideal air-fuel mixture).

This stage is referred to as the closed loop control condition.

Heated oxygen sensor 2 is located downstream of the three way catalyst (manifold). Even if the switching characteristics of A/F sensor 1 shift, the air-fuel ratio is controlled to stoichiometric by the signal from heated oxygen sensor 2.

The open loop system condition refers to when the ECM detects any of the following conditions. Feedback control stops in order to maintain stabilized fuel combustion.

MIXTURE RATIO SELF-LEARNING CONTROL

The mixture ratio feedback control system monitors the mixture ratio signal transmitted from A/F sensor 1.

This feedback signal is then sent to the ECM. The ECM controls the basic mixture ratio as close to the theoretical mixture ratio as possible. However, the basic mixture ratio is not necessarily controlled as originally designed. Both manufacturing differences (i.e., mass air flow sensor hot wire) and characteristic changes during operation (i.e., fuel injector clogging) directly affect mixture ratio.

Accordingly, the difference between the basic and theoretical mixture ratios is monitored in this system. This is then computed in terms of “injection pulse duration” to automatically compensate for the difference between the two ratios.

“Fuel trim” refers to the feedback compensation value compared against the basic injection duration. Fuel trim includes short term fuel trim and long term fuel trim.

“Short term fuel trim” is the short-term fuel compensation used to maintain the mixture ratio at its theoretical value. The signal from A/F sensor 1 indicates whether the mixture ratio is RICH or LEAN compared to the theoretical value. The signal then triggers a reduction in fuel volume if the mixture ratio is rich, and an increase in fuel volume if it is lean.

“Long term fuel trim” is overall fuel compensation carried out long-term to compensate for continual deviation of the short term fuel trim from the central value. Such deviation will occur due to individual engine differences, wear over time and changes in the usage environment.

FUEL INJECTION TIMING

Fuel injection timing

Two types of systems are used.

FUEL SHUT-OFF

Fuel to each cylinder is cut off during deceleration, operation of the engine at excessively high speeds or operation of the vehicle at excessively high speeds.

ELECTRIC IGNITION SYSTEM

ELECTRIC IGNITION SYSTEM : System Description

SYSTEM DIAGRAM

System diagram

SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

Firing order: 1 - 3 - 4 - 2

The ignition timing is controlled by the ECM to maintain the best air-fuel ratio for every running condition of the engine. The ignition timing data is stored in the ECM.

The ECM receives information such as the injection pulse width and camshaft position sensor (PHASE) signal.

Computing this information, ignition signals are transmitted to the power transistor.

During the following conditions, the ignition timing is revised by the ECM according to the other data stored in the ECM.

The knock sensor retard system is designed only for emergencies. The basic ignition timing is programmed within the anti-knocking zone, if recommended fuel is used under dry conditions. The retard system does not operate under normal driving conditions. If engine knocking occurs, the knock sensor monitors the condition.

The signal is transmitted to the ECM. The ECM retards the ignition timing to eliminate the knocking condition.

INTAKE VALVE TIMING CONTROL

INTAKE VALVE TIMING CONTROL : System Description

INTAKE VALVE TIMING CONTROL

System Diagram

System Diagram

System Description

System Description

This mechanism hydraulically controls cam phases continuously with the fixed operating angle of the intake valve.

The ECM receives signals such as crankshaft position, camshaft position, engine speed, and engine coolant temperature. Then, the ECM sends ON/OFF pulse duty signals to the intake valve timing (IVT) control solenoid valve depending on driving status. This makes it possible to control the shut/open timing of the intake valve to increase engine torque in low/mid speed range and output in high-speed range.

INTAKE VALVE TIMING INTERMEDIATE LOCK CONTROL

System Diagram

System Diagram

System Description

The intake valve timing intermediate lock control improves the cleaning ability of exhaust gas at cold starting by fixing the camshaft sprocket (INT) with two lock keys and bringing the cam phase into intermediate phase.

System Description

Cam phase is fixed at the intermediate phase by two lock keys in the camshaft sprocket (INT). Lock key 1 controls retard position and lock key 2 controls advance position.

ECM controls the intermediate phase lock by opening/closing the intake valve timing intermediate lock control solenoid valve to control oil pressure acting on the lock key and locking/unlocking the lock key.

Lock/Unlock Activation

When ECM activates the intake valve timing intermediate lock control solenoid valve, oil pressure generated in the oil pump is drained through the oil pressure path in the control valve. Since oil pressure is not acted on the lock key, the lock key position is fixed by the spring tension and the cam phase is fixed at the intermediate phase.

When ECM deactivates the intake valve timing intermediate lock control solenoid valve, unlocking oil pressure acts on each lock key. Lock key 1 is not released because it is under load due to sprocket rotational force. For this reason, lock key 2 is released first by being pushed up by unlocking oil pressure. When lock key 2 is released, some clearance is formed between lock key 1 and the rotor due to sprocket rotational force and return spring force. Accordingly, lock key 1 is pushed up by unlocking oil pressure and the intermediated phase lock is released.

Lock/Unlock Activation

When stopping the engine

When the ignition switch is turned from idle state to OFF, ECM receives an ignition switch signal from BCM via CAN communication and activates the intake valve timing intermediate lock control solenoid valve and drains oil pressure acting on the lock key before activating the intake valve timing control solenoid valve and operating the cam phase toward the advance position.

The cam phase is fixed by the lock key when shifting to the intermediated phase and ECM performs Lock judgment to stop the engine.

When starting the engine When starting the engine by cold start, ECM judges the locked/unlocked state when ignition switch is turned ON. When judged as locked state (fixed at the intermediate phase), the intake valve timing intermediate lock control solenoid valve is activated. Since oil pressure does not act on the lock key even when the engine is started, the cam phase is fixed at the intermediate phase and the intake valve timing control is not performed.

When the engine stops without locking the cam phase at the intermediate phase due to an engine stall and the state is not judged as locked, the intake valve timing intermediate lock control solenoid valve and the intake valve timing control solenoid valve are activated and the cam phase shifts to the advanced position to be locked at the intermediate phase. Even when not locked in the intermediate lock phase due to no oil pressure or low oil pressure, a ratchet structure of the camshaft sprocket (INT) rotor allows the conversion to the intermediate phase in stages by engine vibration.

When engine coolant temperature is more than 60°C, the intake valve timing is controlled by deactivating the intake valve timing intermediate lock control solenoid valve and releasing the intermediate phase lock.

When the engine is started after warming up, ECM releases the intermediate phase lock immediately after the engine start and controls the intake valve timing.

EXHAUST VALVE TIMING CONTROL

EXHAUST VALVE TIMING CONTROL : System Description

SYSTEM DIAGRAM

System diagram

SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

System description

This mechanism hydraulically controls cam phases continuously with the fixed operating angle of the exhaust valve.

The ECM receives signals such as crankshaft position, camshaft position, engine speed, and engine oil temperature.

Then, the ECM sends ON/OFF pulse duty signals to the exhaust valve timing (EVT) control solenoid valve depending on driving status. This makes it possible to control the shut/open timing of the exhaust valve to increase engine torque and output in a range of high engine speed.

INTAKE MANIFOLD RUNNER CONTROL

INTAKE MANIFOLD RUNNER CONTROL : System Description

SYSTEM DIAGRAM

System diagram

SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

Intake manifold runner control valve has a valve portion in the intake passage of each cylinder.

While idling and during low engine coolant temperature, the intake manifold runner control valve closes. Thus the velocity of the air in the intake passage increases, promoting the vaporization of the fuel and producing a intake manifold runner in the combustion chamber.

Because of this operation, this system tends to increase the burning speed of the gas mixture, improve exhaust emission, and increase the stability in running conditions.

Also, except when idling and during low engine coolant temperature, this system opens the intake manifold runner control valve.

In this condition, this system tends to increase power by improving intake efficiency via reduction of intake flow resistance.

The intake manifold runner control valve is operated by the ECM.

ENGINE PROTECTION CONTROL AT LOW ENGINE OIL PRES

ENGINE PROTECTION CONTROL AT LOW ENGINE OIL PRESSURE : System Description

SYSTEM DIAGRAM

System diagram

SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

Decrease in engine oil pressure Engine speed Combination meter Fuel cut
Engine oil pressure warning lamp
Detection Less than 1,000 rpm ON* ON
1,000 rpm or more ON YES

*: When detecting a normal engine oil pressure, ECM turns OFF the engine oil pressure warning lamp.

AIR CONDITIONING CUT CONTROL

AIR CONDITIONING CUT CONTROL : System Description

SYSTEM DIAGRAM

System diagram

SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

This system improves engine operation when the air conditioner is used.

Under the following conditions, the air conditioner is turned off.

POWER GENERATION VOLTAGE VARIABLE CONTROL SYSTEM

POWER GENERATION VOLTAGE VARIABLE CONTROL SYSTEM : System Description

DESCRIPTION

ECM transmits a target power generation voltage signal received from IPDM E/R to the generator via LIN communication.

The generator includes a self-diagnosis function and transmits a diagnosis signal to ECM via LIN communication when detecting a malfunction. When ECM receives a diagnosis signal, ECM detects DTC and transmits a charge warning lamp request signal to the combination meter to turn ON the charge warning lamp.

COOLING FAN CONTROL

COOLING FAN CONTROL : System Description

SYSTEM DIAGRAM

System diagram

SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

ECM controls cooling fan speed corresponding to vehicle speed, engine coolant temperature, refrigerant pressure, air conditioner ON signal. Then control system has 3-step control [HIGH/LOW/OFF].

Cooling Fan Operation

Cooling Fan Operation

Cooling Fan Relay Operation

The ECM controls cooling fan relays through CAN communication line.

Cooling fan speed Cooling fan relay
1 2 3
Stop (OFF) OFF OFF OFF
Low (LOW) OFF ON OFF
High (HI) ON OFF ON

AUTOMATIC SPEED CONTROL DEVICE (ASCD)

AUTOMATIC SPEED CONTROL DEVICE (ASCD) : System Description

SYSTEM DIAGRAM

System diagram

BASIC ASCD SYSTEM

Refer to Owner's Manual for ASCD operating instructions.

Automatic Speed Control Device (ASCD) allows a driver to keep vehicle at predetermined constant speed without depressing accelerator pedal. Driver can set vehicle speed in advance between approximately 40 km/ h (25 MPH) and 144 km/h (89 MPH).

ECM controls throttle angle of electric throttle control actuator to regulate engine speed.

The ASCD operation status is indicated by two indicators (CRUISE and SET on the information display) on the combination meter. If any malfunction occurs in ASCD system, SET indicator blinks and ASCD control is deactivated.

NOTE: Always drive vehicle in safe manner according to traffic conditions and obey all traffic laws.

SET OPERATION

Press MAIN switch. (CRUISE is indicated on the information display.) When vehicle speed reaches a desired speed between approximately 40 km/h (25 MPH) and 144 km/h (89 MPH), press SET/COAST switch. (Then SET is indicated on the information display.)

ACCELERATE OPERATION

If the RESUME/ACCELERATE switch is pressed during cruise control driving, increase the vehicle speed until the switch is released or vehicle speed reaches maximum speed controlled by the system.

And then ASCD will keep the new set speed.

CANCEL OPERATION

When any of following conditions exist, cruise operation will be canceled.

When the ECM detects any of the following conditions, the ECM will cancel the cruise operation and inform the driver by blinking indicators.

COAST OPERATION

When the SET/COAST switch is pressed during cruise control driving, decrease vehicle set speed until the switch is released. And then ASCD will keep the new set speed.

RESUME OPERATION

When the RESUME/ACCELERATE switch is pressed after cancel operation other than pressing MAIN switch is performed, vehicle speed will return to last set speed. To resume vehicle set speed, vehicle condition must meet following conditions.

FUEL FILLER CAP WARNING SYSTEM

FUEL FILLER CAP WARNING SYSTEM : System Description

SYSTEM DIAGRAM

System diagram

SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

The fuel filler cap warning system alerts the driver to the prevention of the fuel filler being left uncapped and malfunction occurrences after refueling, by turning ON the fuel filler cap warning display on the combination meter.

ECM judges a refueled state, based on a fuel level signal transmitted from the combination meter.

When a very small leak is detected through the EVAP leak diagnosis performed after judging the refueled state, ECM transmits a fuel filler cap warning display signal (request for display ON) to the combination meter via CAN communication.

When receiving the signal, the combination meter turns ON the fuel filler cap warning display.

CAUTION: Check fuel filler cap installation condition when the fuel filler cap warning display turns ON.

Reset Operation

The fuel filler cap warning lamp tunes OFF, according to any condition listed below:

NOTE: MIL turns ON if a malfunction is detected in leak diagnosis results again at the trip after the fuel filler cap warning display turns ON/OFF.

WARNING/INDICATOR/CHIME LIST

WARNING/INDICATOR/CHIME LIST : Warning lamps/Indicator lamps

Name Arrangement/Function
Malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) Regarding the function. Refer to EC-49, "WARNING/INDICATOR/CHIME LIST : Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL)".

WARNING/INDICATOR/CHIME LIST : Warning/Indicator (On Information Display)

WARNING

Name Arrangement/Function
Engine oil pressure warning Regarding the function. Refer to EC-51, "WARNING/INDICATOR/CHIME LIST : Engine Oil Pressure Warning".
Fuel filler cap warning Regarding the function. Refer to EC-52, "WARNING/INDICATOR/CHIME LIST : Fuel Filler Cap Warning".

INDICATOR/INFORMATION

Name Design Function
1 CRUISE indicator

2 SET indicator

EC-47, "AUTOMATIC SPEED CONTROL DEVICE (ASCD) : System Description"

WARNING/INDICATOR/CHIME LIST : Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL)

DESIGN/PURPOSE

When a malfunction which increases exhaust gases is detected, ECM turns ON MIL and informs the driver of the necessity of inspection and repair.

When a malfunction which causes damage to the catalyst is detected, ECM immediately blinks MIL to alert the driver.

Design/purpose

BULB CHECK

The bulb turns ON after turning ON the ignition switch (engine stop) and turns OFF after restarting the engine.

OPERATION AT COMBINATION METER CAN COMMUNICATION CUT-OFF OR UNUSUAL SIGNAL

For the operation for CAN communication blackout in the combination meter, refer to MWI-29, "Fail-safe".

SYSTEM DIAGRAM

System diagram

SIGNAL PATH

LIGHTING CONDITION

When all of the following conditions are satisfied:

For DTCs that the malfunction indicator lamp turns ON and the number of DTC diagnosis trips, refer to EC-93, "DTC Index".

SHUTOFF CONDITION

When any of the following conditions is satisfied:

NOTE: For the conditions of erasing DTC, refer to EC-57, "DIAGNOSIS DESCRIPTION : DTC and Freeze Frame Data".

TIMING CHART

Timing chart

WARNING/INDICATOR/CHIME LIST : Engine Oil Pressure War

DESIGN/PURPOSE

When engine oil pressure is low, the engine oil pressure warning informs the driver of low oil pressure to prevent damage to the engine.

Symbol Message

  • Low oil pressure: See owner′s Manual

BULB CHECK

Not applicable

OPERATION AT COMBINATION METER CAN COMMUNICATION CUT-OFF OR UNUSUAL SIGNAL

For the operation for CAN communications blackout or abnormal signal reception, refer to MWI-29, "Fail-safe".

SYSTEM DIAGRAM

System diagram

SIGNAL PATH

ECM calculates an engine oil pressure according to a signal transmitted from the engine oil pressure sensor.

After engine running when the engine oil pressure is low and at least 5 seconds, ECM transmits the engine oil pressure warning signal to combination meter via CAN communication. Then the engine oil pressure warning displays.

LIGHTING CONDITION

When all of the following conditions for at least 5 seconds are satisfied:

SHUTOFF CONDITION

When any of the following conditions is satisfied:

TIMING CHART

Timing chart

WARNING/INDICATOR/CHIME LIST : Fuel Filler Cap Warning

DESIGN/PURPOSE

Warn the driver that the fuel filler cap is left opened.

Symbol Message

Loose Fuel Cap

For detailes, refer to EC-48, "FUEL FILLER CAP WARNING SYSTEM : System Description".

EVAPORATIVE EMISSION SYSTEM

EVAPORATIVE EMISSION SYSTEM : System Description

SYSTEM DIAGRAM

System diagram

SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

System description

The evaporative emission system is used to reduce hydrocarbons emitted into the atmosphere from the fuel system. This reduction of hydrocarbons is accomplished by activated charcoals in the EVAP canister.

The fuel vapor in the sealed fuel tank is led into the EVAP canister which contains activated carbon and the vapor is stored there when the engine is not operating or when refueling to the fuel tank.

The vapor in the EVAP canister is purged by the air through the purge line to the intake manifold when the engine is operating. EVAP canister purge volume control solenoid valve is controlled by ECM. When the engine operates, the flow rate of vapor controlled by EVAP canister purge volume control solenoid valve is proportionally regulated as the air flow increases.

EVAP canister purge volume control solenoid valve also shuts off the vapor purge line during decelerating.

CAN COMMUNICATION

CAN COMMUNICATION : System Description

CAN (Controller Area Network) is a serial communication line for real time application. It is an on-vehicle multiplex communication line with high data communication speed and excellent error detection ability. Many electronic control units are equipped onto a vehicle, and each control unit shares information and links with other control units during operation (not independent). In CAN communication, control units are connected with 2 communication lines (CAN H line, CAN L line) allowing a high rate of information transmission with less wiring.

Each control unit transmits/receives data but selectively reads required data only.

Refer to LAN-32, "CAN COMMUNICATION SYSTEM : CAN Communication Signal Chart", about CAN communication for detail.

SPORT MODE CONTROL

SPORT MODE CONTROL : System Description

SYSTEM DIAGRAM

System diagram

SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

NOTE: For the details of the SPORT mode, refer to DMS-6, "SPORT MODE CONTROL : System Description".

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