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Nissan Rogue Service Manual: System description

COMPONENT PARTS

Component Parts Location

Component Parts Location

  1. View right of steering column.

No.

Component

Function

1 Combination meter Combination meter transmits the vehicle speed signal to BCM via CAN communication.

BCM also receives the vehicle speed signal from ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) via CAN communication. BCM compares both signals to detect the vehicle speed.

Security indicator lamp is located on combination meter.

Security indicator lamp blinks when ignition switch is in any position other than ON to warn that NISSAN VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM-NATS [NVIS (NATS)] is on board.

Refer to MWI-6, "METER SYSTEM : Component Parts Location".

2 Push-button ignition switch Push-button ignition switch has push switch inside which detects that push-button ignition switch is pressed, and then transmits ON/OFF signal to BCM. BCM changes the ignition switch position with the operation of push-button ignition switch. BCM maintains the ignition switch position status while push-button ignition switch is not operated.
3 NATS antenna amp. Refer to SEC-8, "NATS Antenna Amp.".
4 Inside key antenna (instrument center) Inside key antenna (instrument center) detects whether Intelligent Key is inside the vehicle or not, and then transmits the signal to the BCM.

Refer to DLK-22, "Inside Key Antenna (Instrument Center)".

5 Horn Horn is operated when the panic button on the Intelligent Key is pressed or the alarm is activated.
6 Hood switch Hood switch inputs the hood position open/closed to the IPDM E/R.
7 Transmission range switch Refer to TM-14, "CVT CONTROL SYSTEM : Transmission Range Switch".
8 IPDM E/R Refer to PCS-4, "Component Parts Location".
9 Stop lamp switch Refer to BRC-12, "Stop Lamp Switch".
10 BCM BCM controls INTELLIGENT KEY SYSTEM (ENGINE START FUNCTION), NISSAN VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM-NATS [NVIS (NATS)] and VEHICLE SECURITY SYSTEM.

BCM performs the ID verification between BCM and Intelligent Key when the Intelligent Key is carried into the detection area of inside key antenna, and push-button ignition switch is pressed. If the ID verification result is OK, ignition switch operation is available.

Then, when the ignition switch is turned ON, BCM performs ID verification between BCM and ECM. If the ID verification result is OK, ECM can start engine.

Refer to BCS-7, "BODY CONTROL SYSTEM : Component Parts Location" for detailed installation location.

11 CVT shift selector Refer to TM-20, "SHIFT LOCK SYSTEM : Component Parts Location".
12 Main power window and door lock/unlock switch (Front power window and door lock/ unlock switch RH similar) Door lock and unlock switch is integrated into the power window main switch.

Door lock and unlock switch transmits door lock/unlock operation signal to BCM.

Refer to PWC-7, "Power Window Main Switch".

13 Outside key antenna LH Outside key antenna (LH) detects whether Intelligent Key is outside the vehicle or not, and then transmits the signal to the BCM.

Refer to DLK-23, "Outside Key Antenna (LH)".

14 Front door lock assembly LH Door key cylinder switch is integrated into front door lock assembly (driver side).

Door key cylinder switch detects door LOCK/UNLOCK operation using mechanical key, and then transmits the operation signal to BCM.

Refer to DLK-25, "Front Door Lock Assembly (LH)".

15 Front door switch LH Door switch detects door open/close condition and then transmits ON/ OFF signal to BCM.
16 Rear door switch LH (rear door switch RH similar) Door switch detects door open/close condition and then transmits ON/ OFF signal to BCM.
17 Outside key antenna RH Outside key antenna (RH) detects whether Intelligent Key is outside the vehicle or not, and then transmits the signal to the BCM.

Refer to DLK-23, "Outside Key Antenna (RH)".

18 Front door switch RH Door switch detects door open/close condition and then transmits ON/ OFF signal to BCM.
19 Inside key antenna (console) Inside key antenna (console) detects whether Intelligent Key is inside the vehicle or not, and then transmits the signal to the BCM.

Refer to DLK-23, "Inside Key Antenna (Console)".

20 Back door lock assembly Back door lock actuator locks/unlocks the back door latch assembly.
21 Outside key antenna (rear bumper) Outside key antenna (Rear bumper) detects whether Intelligent Key is outside the vehicle or not, and then transmits the signal to the BCM.

Refer to DLK-23, "Outside Key Antenna (Rear Bumper)".

NATS Antenna Amp.

The ID verification is performed between BCM and transponder integrated into Intelligent Key via NATS antenna amp. when Intelligent Key backside is contacted to push-button ignition switch in case that Intelligent Key battery is discharged. If the ID verification result is OK, the operation of ignition switch is available.

NATS Antenna Amp.

Hood Switch

Hood switch 1 detects that hood is open, and then transmits ON/ OFF signal to IPDM E/R. IPDM E/R transmits hood switch signal to BCM via CAN communication. Hood switch is integrated into hood lock assembly LH.

Hood Switch

SYSTEM

INTELLIGENT KEY SYSTEM/ENGINE START FUNCTION

INTELLIGENT KEY SYSTEM/ENGINE START FUNCTION : System Diagram

System Diagram

INTELLIGENT KEY SYSTEM/ENGINE START FUNCTION : System Des

SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

NOTE: Refer to SEC-12, "NISSAN VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM-NATS : System Description" for any functions other than engine start function of Intelligent Key system.

PRECAUTIONS FOR INTELLIGENT KEY SYSTEM

The transponder [the chip for NVIS (NATS) ID verification] is integrated into the Intelligent Key.

In that case, the NVIS (NATS) ID verification can be performed when Intelligent Key backside is contacted to push-button ignition switch. If verification result is OK, engine can be started.

OPERATION WHEN INTELLIGENT KEY IS CARRIED

  1.  When the push-button ignition switch is pressed, the BCM activates the inside key antenna and transmits the request signal to the Intelligent Key.
  2.  The Intelligent Key receives the request signal and transmits the Intelligent Key ID signal to the BCM.
  3.  BCM receives the Intelligent Key ID signal and verifies it with the registered ID.
  4.  BCM turns ACC relay ON and transmits the ignition power supply ON signal to IPDM E/R.
  5.  IPDM E/R turns the ignition relay ON and starts the ignition power supply.
  6.  BCM detects that the selector lever position and brake pedal operating condition.
  7.  BCM transmits the starter request signal to IPDM E/R and turns the starter relay in IPDM E/R ON if BCM judges that the engine start condition* is satisfied.
  8.  IPDM E/R turns the starter control relay ON when receiving the starter request signal.
  9.  Power supply is supplied through the starter relay and the starter control relay to operate the starter motor.

    CAUTION: If a malfunction is detected in the Intelligent Key system, the “KEY” warning lamp in the combination meter illuminates. At that time, the engine cannot be started.

  10. When BCM receives feedback signal from ECM indicating that the engine is started, the BCM transmits a stop signal to IPDM E/R and stops cranking by turning OFF the starter motor relay. (If engine start is unsuccessful, cranking stops automatically within 5 seconds.)

CAUTION: When the Intelligent Key is carried outside of the vehicle (inside key antenna detection area) while the power supply is in the ACC or ON position, even if the engine start condition* is satisfied, the engine cannot be started.

*: For the engine start condition, refer to the table below “POWER SUPPLY POSITION CHANGE TABLE BY PUSH-BUTTON IGNITION SWITCH OPERATION”.

OPERATION RANGE

Engine can be started when Intelligent Key is inside the vehicle. However, sometimes engine may not start when Intelligent Key is on instrument panel or in glove box.

ENGINE START OPERATION WHEN INTELLIGENT KEY IS CONTACTED TO PUSH-BUTTON IGNITION SWITCH

When Intelligent Key battery is discharged, the NVIS (NATS) ID verification between transponder in Intelligent Key and BCM is performed when Intelligent Key backside is contacted to push-button ignition switch. If the verification result is OK, engine can be started.

POWER SUPPLY POSITION CHANGE TABLE BY PUSH-BUTTON IGNITION SWITCH OPERATION

The power supply position changing operation can be performed with the following operations.

NOTE:

Vehicle speed: less than 4 km/h (2.5 MPH)

Vehicle speed: less than 4 km/h (2.5 MPH)

Vehicle speed: 4 km/h (2.5 MPH) or more

Vehicle speed: 4 km/h (2.5 MPH) or more

Emergency stop operation

NISSAN VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM-NATS

NISSAN VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM-NATS : System Diagram

System Diagram

NISSAN VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM-NATS : System Description

SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

PRECAUTIONS FOR KEY REGISTRATION

SECURITY INDICATOR LAMP

NOTE: Because security indicator lamp is highly efficient, the battery is barely affected.

ENGINE START OPERATION WHEN INTELLIGENT KEY IS CONTACTED TO PUSH-BUTTON IGNITION SWITCH

  1.  When brake pedal is depressed while selector lever is in the P (Park) position, BCM activates NATS antenna amp. that is located behind push-button ignition switch.
  2. When Intelligent Key (transponder built-in) backside is contacted to push-button ignition switch, BCM starts NVIS (NATS) ID verification between BCM and Intelligent Key (transponder built-in) via NATS antenna amp.
  3.  When the NVIS (NATS) ID verification result is OK, buzzer in combination meter sounds and BCM transmits the result to ECM.
  4.  BCM turns ACC relay ON and transmits ignition power supply ON signal to IPDM E/R.
  5.  IPDM E/R turns the ignition relay ON and starts the ignition power supply.
  6.  BCM detects that the selector lever position is P (Park) or N (Neutral).
  7.  BCM transmits starter request signal to IPDM E/R and turns the starter relay in IPDM E/R ON if BCM judges that the engine start condition* is satisfied.
  8.  IPDM E/R turns the starter control relay ON when receiving the starter request signal.
  9.  Power supply is supplied through the starter relay and the starter control relay to operate the starter motor.
  10. . When BCM receives feedback signal from ECM indicating that the engine is started, BCM transmits a stop signal to IPDM E/R and stops cranking by turning off the starter motor relay. (If engine start is unsuccessful, cranking stops automatically within 5 seconds.)

*: For the engine start condition, refer to the table “POWER SUPPLY POSITION CHANGE TABLE BY PUSHBUTTON IGNITION SWITCH OPERATION” below.

POWER SUPPLY POSITION CHANGE TABLE BY PUSH-BUTTON IGNITION SWITCH OPERATION

The power supply position changing operation can be performed with the following operations.

NOTE:

Vehicle speed: less than 4 km/h (2.5 MPH)

Vehicle speed: less than 4 km/h (2.5 MPH)

Vehicle speed: less than 4 km/h (2.5 MPH)

Vehicle speed: 4 km/h (2.5 MPH) or more

Vehicle speed: 4 km/h (2.5 MPH) or more

Emergency stop operation

VEHICLE SECURITY SYSTEM

VEHICLE SECURITY SYSTEM : System Diagram

System Diagram

VEHICLE SECURITY SYSTEM : System Description

THEFT WARNING ALARM

Operation Flow

Operation Flow

Operation Flow

Operation Flow

NOTE:

DISARMED Phase

The vehicle security system is not set in the DISARMED phase. The vehicle security system stays in this phase while any door is open because it is assumed that the owner is inside or nearby the vehicle. Security indicator lamp blinks every 2.4 seconds.

When the vehicle security system is reset, each phase switches to the DISARMED phase directly.

PRE-ARMED Phase

The PRE-ARMED phase is the transient state between the DISARMED phase and the ARMED phase. This phase is maintained for 30 seconds so that the owner can reset the setting due to a mis-operation. This phase switches to the ARMED phase when vehicle conditions are not changed for 30 seconds. Security indicator lamp illuminates while being in this phase.

To reset the PRE-ARMED phase, refer to the switching condition of No. 10 in the table above

ARMED Phase

The vehicle security system is set and BCM monitors all necessary inputs. If any door or hood is opened without using Intelligent Key, vehicle security system switches to the ALARM phase. Security indicator lamp blinks every 2.4 seconds.

To reset the ARMED phase, refer to the switching condition of No. 11 in the table above.

ALARM Phase

BCM transmits “Theft Warning Horn Request” signal and “High Beam Request” signal intermittently to IPDM E/R via CAN communication. In this phase, horns and headlamps are activated intermittently for approximately 50 seconds to warn that the vehicle is accessed by unauthorized means. ON/OFF timing of horns and headlamps are synchronized. After 50 seconds, the vehicle security system returns to the ARMED phase. At this time, if BCM still detects unauthorized access to the vehicle, the system is switched to the ALARM phase again. This RE-ALARM operation is carried out a maximum of 2 times.

To cancel the ALARM operation, refer to the switching condition of No. 12 in the table above.

NOTE: If a battery terminal is disconnected during the ALARM phase, theft warning alarm stops. But when the battery terminal is reconnected, theft warning alarm is activated again.

PRE-RESET Phase

The PRE-RESET phase is the transient state between each phase and DISARMED phase. If only the condition of hood is not satisfied, the system switches to the PRE-RESET phase. Then, when any condition is changed, the system switches to the DISARMED phase or PRE-ARMED phase.

PANIC ALARM

DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM (BCM)

COMMON ITEM

COMMON ITEM : CONSULT Function (BCM - COMMON ITEM)

APPLICATION ITEM

CONSULT performs the following functions via CAN communication with BCM.

Application item

SYSTEM APPLICATION

BCM can perform the following functions.

System application

INTELLIGENT KEY

INTELLIGENT KEY : CONSULT Function (BCM - INTELLIGENT KEY)

SELF DIAGNOSTIC RESULT

Refer to BCS-48, "DTC Index".

DATA MONITOR

Data monitor

Data monitor

ACTIVE TEST

Active test

WORK SUPPORT

Work support

IMMU

IMMU : CONSULT Function (BCM - IMMU)

SELF DIAGNOSTIC RESULT

Refer to BCS-48, "DTC Index".

DATA MONITOR

Data monitor

ACTIVE TEST

Active test

WORK SUPPORT

Work support

THEFT ALM

THEFT ALM : CONSULT Function (BCM - THEFT ALM)

DATA MONITOR

Data monitor

ACTIVE TEST

Active test

WORK SUPPORT

Work support

DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM (IPDM E/R)

CONSULT Function (IPDM E/R)

APPLICATION ITEM

CONSULT performs the following functions via CAN communication with IPDM E/R.

Application item

ECU IDENTIFICATION

The IPDM E/R part number is displayed.

SELF DIAGNOSTIC RESULT

Refer to PCS-20, "DTC Index".

DATA MONITOR

Data monitor

Data monitor

Data monitor

ACTIVE TEST

Active test

CAN DIAG SUPPORT MNTR

Refer to LAN-14, "CAN Diagnostic Support Monitor".

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