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Nissan Rogue Service Manual: System

System Description

SYSTEM DIAGRAM

System diagram

INPUT SIGNAL AND OUTPUT SIGNAL

Major signal transmission between each unit via communication lines is shown in the following table.

Component

Signal description

ECM Mainly transmits the following signals to ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication.
  •  Accelerator pedal position signal
  •  Engine speed signal
  •  Engine torque signal

Mainly receives the following signals from ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication.

  •  Engine torque request signal
TCM Mainly transmits the following signals to ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication.
  •  Current gear position signal
Chassis control module Mainly transmits the following signals to ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication.
  •  Active trace control signal
Combination meter Mainly receives the following signals from ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication.
  •  Brake fluid level switch signal
  •  Parking brake switch signal

Mainly receives the following signals from ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication.

  •  Brake warning lamp signal
  •  ABS warning lamp signal
  •  VDC warning lamp signal
  •  VDC OFF indicator lamp signal
Steering angle sensor Mainly transmits the following signals to ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication.
  •  Steering angle sensor signal
  •  Steering angle sensor malfunction signal

VALVE OPERATION (ABS AND EBD)

Each valve is operated and fluid pressure of brake caliper is controlled.

When ordinary brake is applied and ABS is in operation (when pressure increases).

Valve operation (ABS and EBD)

Name

Not activated

When Pressure Increases

Cut valve 1 Power supply is not supplied (open) Power supply is not supplied (open)
Cut valve 2 Power supply is not supplied (open) Power supply is not supplied (open)
ABS IN valve Power supply is not supplied (open) Power supply is not supplied (open)
ABS OUT valve Power supply is not supplied (close) Power supply is not supplied (close)
Each caliper (fluid pressure)

Pressure increases

When front RH wheel caliper pressure increases

When front LH wheel caliper pressure increases

When rear RH wheel caliper pressure increases

When rear LH wheel caliper pressure increases

When ABS operation starts (when pressure holds)

When ABS operation start

Name

Not activated

When pressure holds

Cut valve 1 Power supply is not supplied (open) Power supply is not supplied (open)
Cut valve 2 Power supply is not supplied (open) Power supply is not supplied (open)
ABS IN valve Power supply is not supplied (open) Power supply is supplied (close)
ABS OUT valve Power supply is not supplied (close) Power supply is not supplied (close)
Each caliper (fluid pressure)

Pressure holds

When front RH wheel caliper pressure holds

When front LH wheel caliper pressure holds

When rear RH wheel caliper pressure holds

When rear LH wheel caliper pressure holds

ABS is in operation (when pressure decreases)

ABS is in operation

Name

Not activated

When pressure decreases

Cut valve 1 Power supply is not supplied (open) Power supply is not supplied (open)
Cut valve 2 Power supply is not supplied (open) Power supply is not supplied (open)
ABS IN valve Power supply is not supplied (open) Power supply is supplied (close)
ABS OUT valve Power supply is not supplied (close) Power supply is supplied (open)
Each caliper (fluid pressure)

Pressure decreases

When front RH wheel caliper pressure decreases

When front LH wheel caliper pressure decreases

When rear RH wheel caliper pressure decreases

When rear LH wheel caliper pressure decreases

Component Parts and Function

Component

FUNCTION

Reservoir Temporarily reserves the brake fluid drained from brake caliper, so that pressure efficiently decreases when decreasing pressure of brake caliper.
Pump Returns the brake fluid reserved in reservoir to master cylinder by reducing pressure.
Motor Drives the pump according to signals from control unit.
ABS IN valve Switches the fluid pressure line to increase or hold according to signals from control unit.
ABS OUT valve Switches the fluid pressure line to increase, hold or decrease according to signals from control unit.
Return check valve Returns the brake fluid from brake caliper to master cylinder by bypassing orifice of each valve when brake is released.
Cut valve 1
Cut valve 2
Performs the duty control of fluid pressure increased by pump according to signals from control unit.
Pressure Sensor Detects the brake pedal operation amount.

VALVE OPERATION (OTHER THAN ABS AND EBD)

Each valve is operated and fluid pressure of brake caliper is controlled.

NOTE: There is no operation to hold and increase pressure for functions other than ABS and EBD.

When Pressure Increases

When Pressure Increases

Name

Not activated

When Pressure Increases

Cut valve 1 Power supply is not supplied (open) Wheel other than the one that the pressure is to be increased: Power supply is not supplied (open) Only wheel that the pressure is to be increased: Power supply is supplied (close)
Cut valve 2 Power supply is not supplied (open) Wheel other than the one that the pressure is to be increased: Power supply is not supplied (open) Only wheel that the pressure is to be increased: Power supply is supplied (close)
ABS IN valve Power supply is not supplied (open) Only wheel that the pressure is to be increased: Power supply is not supplied (open) Wheel other than the one that the pressure is to be increased: Power supply is supplied (close)
ABS OUT valve Power supply is not supplied (close) Power supply is not supplied (close)
Each caliper (fluid pressure)

Pressure increases

When front RH wheel caliper pressure increases

When front LH wheel caliper pressure increases

When rear RH wheel caliper pressure increases

When rear LH wheel caliper pressure increases

Released

Released

Name

Not activated

When Pressure Increases

Cut valve 1 Power supply is not supplied (open) Power supply is not supplied (open)
Cut valve 2 Power supply is not supplied (open) Power supply is not supplied (open)
ABS IN valve Power supply is not supplied (open) Power supply is not supplied (open)
ABS OUT valve Power supply is not supplied (close) Power supply is supplied (open)
Each caliper (fluid pressure)

Pressure decreases

When front RH wheel caliper pressure decreases

When front LH wheel caliper pressure decreases

When rear RH wheel caliper pressure decreases

When rear LH wheel caliper pressure decreases

Component Parts and Function

Component

Function

Reservoir Temporarily reserves the brake fluid drained from brake caliper, so that pressure efficiently decreases when decreasing pressure of brake caliper.
Pump Returns the brake fluid reserved in reservoir to master cylinder by reducing pressure.
Motor Drives the pump according to signals from control unit.
ABS IN valve Switches the fluid pressure line to increase or hold according to signals from control unit.
ABS OUT valve Switches the fluid pressure line to increase, hold or decrease according to signals from control unit.
Return check valve Returns the brake fluid from brake caliper to master cylinder by bypassing orifice of each valve when brake is released.
Cut valve 1
Cut valve 2
Performs the duty control of fluid pressure increased by pump according to signals from control unit.
Pressure Sensor Detects the brake pedal operation amount.

CONDITION FOR TURN ON THE WARNING LAMP

Turns ON when ignition switch turns ON and turns OFF when the system is normal, for bulb check purposes.

Condition for turn on the warning lamp

CONDITION FOR TURN ON THE INDICATOR LAMP

VDC OFF indicator lamp

Condition (status)

VDC OFF indicator lamp

Ignition switch OFF. OFF
For approx. 1 seconds after the ignition switch is turned ON. ON
Approx. 1 seconds after ignition switch is turned ON (when the system is in normal operation). OFF
When VDC OFF switch is ON (VDC function, TCS function and Active trace control function are OFF). ON

CONDITION FOR TURN ON THE INDICATOR LAMP

Hill descent indicator lamp

Condition (status)

Hill Descent indicator lamp

Ignition switch OFF. OFF
For approx. 1 seconds after the ignition switch is turned ON. ON
Approx. 1 seconds after ignition switch is turned ON (when the system is in normal operation). OFF
When hill descent switch is ON. ON
When hill descent control switch is on, but the system is not engaged. Blinking

Fail-Safe

VDC FUNCTION, TCS FUNCTION, BRAKE LIMITED SLIP DIFFERENTIAL FUNCTION, BRAKE ASSIST FUNCTION, hill start assist FUNCTION, hill descent FUNCTION AND BRAKE FORCE DISTRIBUTION FUNCTION

VDC warning lamp in combination meter turn ON when a malfunction occurs in system [ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit)]. The control is suspended for VDC function, TCS function, Brake limited slip differential (BLSD) function, Brake assist function, hill start assist function and Brake force distribution function. The vehicle status becomes the same as models without VDC function, TCS function, Brake limited slip differential (BLSD) function, Brake assist function, hill start assist function and Brake force distribution function. However, ABS function and EBD function are operated normally.

ABS FUNCTION

ABS warning lamp and VDC warning lamp in combination meter turn ON when a malfunction occurs in system [ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit)]. The control is suspended for VDC function, TCS function, ABS function, Brake limited slip differential (BLSD) function, Brake assist function, hill start assist function and Brake force distribution function. The vehicle status becomes the same as models without VDC function, TCS function, ABS function, Brake limited slip differential (BLSD) function, Brake assist function, hill start assist function and Brake force distribution function. However, EBD function is operated normally.

NOTE: ABS self-diagnosis sound may be heard the same as in the normal condition, because self-diagnosis is performed when ignition switch turns ON and when vehicle initially starts.

EBD FUNCTION

ABS warning lamp, brake warning lamp and VDC warning lamp in combination meter turn ON when a malfunction occurs in system [ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit)]. The control is suspended for VDC function, TCS function, ABS function, EBD function, Brake limited slip differential (BLSD) function, Brake assist function, hill start assist function and Brake force distribution function. The vehicle status becomes the same as models without VDC function, TCS function, ABS function, EBD function, Brake limited slip differential (BLSD) function, Brake assist function, hill start assist function and Brake force distribution function.

EBD function

EBD function

EBD function

VDC FUNCTION

VDC FUNCTION : System Description

VDC function : system description

SYSTEM DIAGRAM

System diagram

INPUT SIGNAL AND OUTPUT SIGNAL

Major signal transmission between each unit via communication lines is shown in the following table.

Component

Signal description

ECM Mainly transmits the following signals to ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:
  •  Accelerator pedal position signal
  •  Engine speed signal
  •  Engine torque signal

Mainly receives the following signal from ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:

  •  Engine torque request signal
TCM Mainly transmits the following signal to ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:
  •  Current gear position signal
Chassis control module Mainly transmits the following signal to ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:
  •  Active trace control signal
Combination meter Mainly receives the following signals from ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:
  •  Brake fluid level switch signal
  •  Parking brake switch signal

Mainly receives the following signals from ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:

  •  VDC warning lamp signal
  •  VDC OFF indicator lamp signal
Steering angle sensor Mainly transmits the following signals to ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:
  •  Steering angle sensor signal
  •  Steering angle sensor malfunction signal

OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

VDC Function That Prevents Oversteer Tendency

VDC Function That Prevents Oversteer Tendency

VDC Function That Prevents Oversteer Tendency

VDC Function That Prevents Understeer Tendency

VDC Function That Prevents Understeer Tendency

VDC Function That Prevents Understeer Tendency

TCS FUNCTION

TCS FUNCTION : System Description

TCS function : system description

SYSTEM DIAGRAM

System diagram

INPUT SIGNAL AND OUTPUT SIGNAL

Major signal transmission between each unit via communication lines is shown in the following table.

Component

Signal description

ECM Mainly transmits the following signals to ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:
  •  Accelerator pedal position signal
  •  Engine speed signal
  •  Engine torque signal

Mainly receives the following signal from ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:

  •  Engine torque request signal
TCM Mainly transmits the following signal to ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:
  •  Current gear position signal
Chassis control module Mainly transmits the following signal to ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:
  •  Active trace control signal
Combination meter Mainly receives the following signals from ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:
  •  Brake fluid level switch signal
  •  Parking brake switch signal

Mainly receives the following signals from ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:

  •  VDC warning lamp signal
  •  VDC OFF indicator lamp signa
Steering angle sensor Mainly transmits the following signals to ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:
  •  Steering angle sensor signal
  •  Steering angle sensor malfunction signal

ABS FUNCTION : System Description

NOTE:

ABS function : system description

SYSTEM DIAGRAM

System diagram

INPUT SIGNAL AND OUTPUT SIGNAL

Major signal transmission between each unit via communication lines is shown in the following table.

Component

Signal description

Combination meter Mainly receives the following signals from ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:
  •  Brake fluid level switch signal
  •  Parking brake switch signal

Mainly receives the following signals from ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:

  •  ABS warning lamp signal
  •  VDC warning lamp signal
  •  VDC OFF indicator lamp signal
Steering angle sensor Mainly transmits the following signals to ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:
  •  Steering angle sensor signal
  •  Steering angle sensor malfunction signal

EBD FUNCTION

EBD FUNCTION : System Description

EBD function : system description

EBD function : system description

SYSTEM DIAGRAM

System diagram

INPUT SIGNAL AND OUTPUT SIGNAL

Major signal transmission between each unit via communication lines is shown in the following table.

Component

Signal description

Combination meter Mainly receives the following signals from ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:
  •  VDC warning lamp signal
  •  ABS warning lamp signal
  •  Brake warning lamp signal

BRAKE LIMITED SLIP DIFFERENTIAL (BLSD) FUNCTION

BRAKE LIMITED SLIP DIFFERENTIAL (BLSD) FUNCTION : System Description

SYSTEM DIAGRAM

System diagram

INPUT SIGNAL AND OUTPUT SIGNAL

Major signal transmission between each unit via communication lines is shown in the following table.

Component

Signal description

ECM Mainly transmits the following signals to ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:
  •  Accelerator pedal position signal
  •  Engine speed signal
  •  Engine torque signal

Mainly receives the following signal from ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:

  •  Engine torque request signal
TCM Mainly transmits the following signal to ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:
  •  Current gear position signal
Chassis control module Mainly transmits the following signal to ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:
  •  Active trace control signal
Combination meter Mainly receives the following signals from ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:
  •  Brake fluid level switch signal
  •  Parking brake switch signal

Mainly receives the following signals from ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:

  •  VDC warning lamp signal
  •  VDC OFF indicator lamp signal
Steering angle sensor Mainly transmits the following signals to ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:
  •  Steering angle sensor signal
  •  Steering angle sensor malfunction signal

BRAKE ASSIST FUNCTION

BRAKE ASSIST FUNCTION : System Description

SYSTEM DIAGRAM

System diagram

INPUT SIGNAL AND OUTPUT SIGNAL

Major signal transmission between each unit via communication lines is shown in the following table.

Component

Signal description

ECM Mainly transmits the following signal to ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:
  •  Accelerator pedal position signal
  •  Engine speed signal
  •  Engine torque signal

Mainly receives the following signal from ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:

  •  Engine torque request signal
TCM Mainly transmits the following signal to ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:
  •  Current gear position signal
Chassis control module Mainly transmits the following signal to ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:
  •  Active trace control signal
Combination meter Mainly receives the following signals from ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:
  •  Brake fluid level switch signal
  •  Parking brake switch signal

Mainly receives the following signals from ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:

  •  VDC warning lamp signal
  •  VDC OFF indicator lamp signal
Combination meter Mainly transmits the following signals to ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:
  •  Steering angle sensor signal
  •  Steering angle sensor malfunction signal

hill descent control (Downhill Drive Support) FUNCTION

hill descent control (Downhill Drive Support) FUNCTION : System Diagram

Hill descent control (downhill drive support) function : system diagram

hill descent control (Downhill Drive Support) FUNCTION : System Description

INPUT SIGNAL AND OUTPUT SIGNAL

Major signal transmission between each unit via communication lines is shown in the following table.

Component

Signal description

Yaw rate/side/decel G sensor Mainly transmits the following signals to ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via communication line *:
  •  Yaw rate signal
  •  Side G sensor signal
  •  Decel G sensor signal
ECM Mainly transmits the following signals to ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:
  •  Accelerator pedal position signal
  •  Engine speed signal

Mainly receives the following signal from ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:

  •  Target throttle position signal
TCM Mainly transmits the following signal to ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:
  •  Shift position signal
Combination meter Mainly transmits the following signals to ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:
  •  Brake fluid level switch signal
  •  Parking brake switch signal

Mainly receives the following signals from ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:

  •  VDC warning lamp signal
  •  VDC OFF indicator lamp signal

*: Communication line between yaw rate/side/decel G sensor and ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit)

hill start assist FUNCTION

hill start assist FUNCTION : System Description

SYSTEM DIAGRAM

System diagram

INPUT SIGNAL AND OUTPUT SIGNAL

Major signal transmission between each unit via communication lines is shown in the following table.

Component

Signal description

ECM Mainly transmits the following signals to ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:
  •  Accelerator pedal position signal
  •  Engine speed signal
  •  Engine torque signal

Mainly receive: the following signal from ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:

  •  Engine torque request signal
TCM Mainly transmits the following signal to ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:
  •  Current gear position signal
Combination meter Mainly receives the following signals from ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:
  •  Brake fluid level switch signal
  •  Parking brake switch signal

Mainly receives the following signals from ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:

  •  VDC warning lamp signal
  •  VDC OFF indicator lamp signal

BRAKE FORCE DISTRIBUTION FUNCTION

BRAKE FORCE DISTRIBUTION FUNCTION : System Description

Brake force distribution function : system description

Brake force distribution function : system description

SYSTEM DIAGRAM

System diagram

INPUT SIGNAL AND OUTPUT SIGNAL

Major signal transmission between each unit via communication lines is shown in the following table.

Component

Signal description

ECM Mainly transmits the following signals to ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:
  •  Accelerator pedal position signal
  •  Engine speed signal
  •  Engine torque signal

Mainly receives the following signals from ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication.

  •  Engine torque request signal
TCM Mainly transmits the following signal to ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:
  •  Current gear position signal
Chassis control module Mainly transmits the following signal to ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:
  •  Active trace control signal
Combination meter Mainly receives the following signals from ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:
  •  Brake fluid level switch signal
  •  Parking brake switch signal

Mainly receives the following signals from ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:

  •  Brake warning lamp signal
  •  ABS warning lamp signal
  •  VDC warning lamp signal
  •  VDC OFF indicator lamp signal
Steering angle sensor Mainly transmits the following signals to ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:
  •  Steering angle sensor signal
  •  Steering angle sensor malfunction signal

ACTIVE TRACE CONTROL FUNCTION

ACTIVE TRACE CONTROL FUNCTION : System Description

NOTE:

OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS

Active trace control helps enhance the transition from braking into and then accelerating out of corners. Active trace control utilizes the vehicle′s electrically-driven intelligent brake system to help improve cornering feel by automatically applying brakes. Furthermore, Active trace control will apply selective braking to help create increased steering response in S-turns. For example, if driving through an Sturn that starts with steering to the right, the right-side brakes are engaged to create a yaw momentum and help turn the vehicle.

Operation characteristics

Operation characteristics

Operation characteristics

SYSTEM DIAGRAM

System diagram

INPUT SIGNAL AND OUTPUT SIGNAL

Major signal transmission between each unit via communication lines is shown in the following table.

Component

Signal description

ECM Mainly transmits the following signals to chassis control module via CAN communication:
  •  Accelerator pedal position signal
  •  Engine torque signal
  •  Engine speed signal
ECM Mainly transmits the following signal to chassis control module via CAN communication:
  •  Current gear position signal
ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) Mainly transmits the following signals to chassis control module via CAN communication:
  •  Front LH wheel speed signal
  •  Front RH wheel speed signal
  •  Rear LH wheel speed signal
  •  Rear RH wheel speed signal
  •  ABS operation signal
  •  TCS operation signal
  •  VDC operation signal
  • Stop lamp switch signal
  •  Vehicle speed signal (ABS)
  •  Yaw rate signal
  •  Side G signal
  •  Decel G signal
  •  VDC OFF switch signal
  •  Brake fluid pressure signal
  •  Steering angle sensor signal

Mainly receives the following signal from chassis control module via CAN communication:

  •  Active trace control signal
Steering angle sensor Mainly transmits the following signal to chassis control module via CAN communication:
  •  Steering angle sensor signal
Chassis control module Mainly transmits the following signals to ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication:
  •  Active Trace Control signal
  •  Drive mode signal
Display control unit Mainly transmits the following signal to chassis control module via CAN communication line:
  •  System selection signal
Combination meter Mainly receives the following signals from chassis control module via CAN communication.
  •  Chassis control malfunction signal
  •  Active trace control display signal
Drive mode select switch Mainly transmits the following signal to chassis control module:
  •  Drive mode signal

WARNING/INDICATOR/CHIME LIST

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

Name Design Layout/Function
ABS warning lamp

For function: Refer to BRC-119, "Component Function Check".
Brake warning lamp

For function: Refer to BRC-120, "Component Function Check".
VDC OFF indicator lamp

For function: Refer to BRC-123, "Component Function Check".
VDC warning lamp

For function: Refer to BRC-122, "Component Function Check".
Component parts
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Diagnosis system [ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit)]
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Other materials:

Engine cooling system
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P0102, P0103 MAF sensor
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Warning systems switch (if so equipped)
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