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2009 CHERY TIGGO SERVICE MANUAL

Tiggo 2.0L is Cherys first four-wheel drive car model paired with a QR523T transmission independently developed by it. This model adopts an internationally advanced active torque split system of its kind and an intelligent torque management (ITM) system capable of the torque split between front and rear axles depending on road conditions. When driving on smooth roads, it will mainly use the front wheel drive. While on bumping roads, it will automatically gear into a 4-wheel drive state. That to a large extent increases its economy, thus avoiding the low torque transfer efficiency and high fuel consumption of traditional 4-wheel drive vehicles.

high fuel consumption of traditional 4-wheel drive vehicles. Chery Automobile Co., Ltd. Table of contents TITLES

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Table of contents

TITLES

Chapter

Introduction

01

Parameters

02

Construction

03

Components removal & installation

04

Diagnosis & testing

05

Use & service notices

06

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Chapter 1: Introduction

System Introduction

Tiggo 4WD product, which is equipped with a QR523T transmission produced by Chery itself, is the first 4WD product of Chery. As to the development of the Tiggo 4WD product, the vehicle's suspension system, body work and body accessory system are all versatile except that there exist differences on the transmission, transfer case, and the pivotal 4WD system. Also, all electric systems excluding the circuit system are also versatile. The leading torque transfer technologies of international brands in the same category have been adopted. While an active torque transfer system is adopted, an interactive torque management system (ITM) is equipped so as to make it possible to intelligently distribute the drive force for the front wheel and rear wheel according to the different road conditions. For example, on a road of a good condition, the vehicle is front-wheel driven; and on a road of a bad condition, it changes into a 4WD driven mode automatically. Thus, the use of Tiggo vehicle will be much more economical and such defects of common 4WD system as poor torque transfer and high fuel consumption can be avoided.

Layout & Components

poor torque transfer and high fuel consumption can be avoided. Layout & Components 09 - 2

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ACTIVE TORQUE CONTROL 4WD SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

The 4WD system of the T11 uses an active torque control 4WD system. It is a compact, lightweight, and high performance 4WD system that optimally controls the torque distribution to the front and rear wheels through the electric control coupling in the rear differential.

Based on information provided by various sensors, the 4WD ECU controls the amperage that is applied to the electric control coupling, in order to transmit drive torque to the rear wheels when needed, and in the amount needed.

GENERAL

Controls the amperage that is applied to the electromagnetic solenoid of the electric control coupling based on the signals provided by the sensors in order to optimally distribute drive torque in accordance with driving conditions. The following describes the features of the active torque control 4WD system.

Traction performance

Realizes stable start-off and acceleration performance

Driving stability performance

Realizes stable cornering performance

Fuel economy

Realizes better fuel economy by transmitting drive torque to the rear wheels when needed, in the amount needed.

1. Optimally distributes drive torque to the front and rear wheels.

2. Ensures optimal start-off performance during a start-off, based on information provided by various sensors.

3. Suppresses the tight corner braking phenomenon during low-speed cornering.

4. Reduces the amount of torque distribution to the rear wheels and improves fuel economy when the system judges that the vehicle is traveling steadily.

5. Disengages the 4WD during braking deceleration.

SYSTEM OPERATION

STARTING OFF

The system ensures start-off performance by optimally distributing the entire drive torque, which is transmitted by the engine, to the front and rear wheels.

entire drive torque, which is transmitted by the engine, to the front and rear wheels. Chery

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entire drive torque, which is transmitted by the engine, to the front and rear wheels. Chery

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To prevent the tight corner braking phenomenon from occurring during low-speed cornering, the system reduces the amount of torque distribution to the rear wheels.

STEADY DRIVING

During normal driving, when the system judges that the vehicle is traveling steadily, it reduces the amount of torque distribution to the rear wheels. This allows the vehicle to operate in conditions front-wheel-drive, which improves fuel economy.

To ensure excellent acceleration performance during straightline acceleration and excellent driving stability during cornering, the system controls the amount of torque distribution to the rear wheels.

REFERENCE MECHANISM

torque distribution to the rear wheels. REFERENCE MECHANISM 09 - 4 (1) The outer part of

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to the rear wheels. REFERENCE MECHANISM 09 - 4 (1) The outer part of the main
to the rear wheels. REFERENCE MECHANISM 09 - 4 (1) The outer part of the main
to the rear wheels. REFERENCE MECHANISM 09 - 4 (1) The outer part of the main

(1) The outer part of the main clutch is attached together with the front housing. The inner part of the main clutch is attached together with the shaft. The control clutch is attached together with the control cam. The activation energy from the transfer is transferred from the propeller shaft to the front housing. However, when the linear solenoid is not operating, the main clutch and control clutch are in a free state, and the activation energy from the transfer is not transferred to the rear wheels.

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free state, and the activation energy from the transfer is not transferred to the rear wheels.

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(2) If current is applied to the linear solenoid, the solenoid magnetizes, and the electromagnet pull force causes the armature to attach to the control clutch side. Or, if there is a difference between the rotation speed of the front and rear wheels and the control clutch attaches, a difference occurs in the rotation of the main cam attached to the shaft and the control cam attached to the front housing. As a result, each ball pushes its cam, and the main clutch attaches. The activation energy from the front housing passes through main clutch to the shaft, and then to the rear differential. Then the activation energy is transferred to the rear wheels.

(3) Depending on the rotation difference between the front and rear wheels, the system controls the current flowing to the linear solenoid. Then the activation energy applied to the rear wheels is smoothly controlled. Depending on the amount of current, the restraint energy of the outer and inner side of the main clutch changes, and the activation energy from the propeller shaft is smoothly controlled from a limited condition to condition that is nearly a direct-link 4WD condition.

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1. Transmission

Chapter 2: Parameters

Gear ratio

Center

distance

mm

Max input

torque

N.m

I1

I2

I3

I4

I5

IR

Final drive ratio

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model

Construction

QR523T

Front drive

transmission

78

195

3.583

1.947

1.379

1.030

0.821

3.364

4.3125

2. Rear final drive

     

Gear engagement form

Straight bevel gear

Differential

Half axle gear

Gear data

14

mechanism

   

Gear engagement form

Straight bevel gear

Planet gear

Gear data

10

 

Master gear

 

Gear data

41

Hypoid gear

Master gear

 

Gear data

14

3.

Oil

Name

 

Model

Quantity

Service cycle

Transmission gear oil

 

GL-475w/90

 

2.2L

one year or

   

30,000kilometers

Rear final drive oil

 

GL-5

80w/90

0.8L

50,000km

Rear final drive oil

 

hypoid

85w/90

0.8L

50,000km

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4. Torque List

Name

Quantity

Torque

Front intermediate shaft and ITM control

3

70±7N·m

Rear intermediate shaft and rear differential

3

65±6N·m

Cross bow and floorboard

4

60±5Nm

ITM support and cross bow

2

60±5Nm

ITM support and cross bow

2

60±5Nm

ITM control module fixed

2

9±1Nm

Transmission connected to rear final drive

8

80

Nm

Vent plug torque

1

18±3 Nm

Transfer case oil plug torque

1

40±3 Nm

Transfer case fill plug torque

1

40±3 Nm

Transfer case bleed plug torque

1

40±3 Nm

Transfer case front housing screw torque

9

35

Nm

Transfer case small rear housing connection screw torque

4

40

Nm

Anchor bolt of transfer case right bearing seat

7

35

Nm

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Chapter 3 : Construction

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1. Rear final drive

Function

The final drive is used to reduce the rotational speed and increase torque in drive train.

Mounting position

It is connected to the power rear axle assembly.

Notice Oil shall be replaced at regular intervals during normal use of vehicles

2. ITM actuator

Function

It transmits the torque output by the transmission to the power rear axle depending on smart modular control.

Mounting position

ITM actuator is connected to the final drive.

NoticeThis component is free from service during normal use of vehicles

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drive. Notice : This component is free from service during normal use of vehicles 09 -
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3. Drive shaft

Function

It sends the torque output by the transmission to the rear axle.

4 ITM control module

Function

It receives signals sent by the engine ECU and ABS control, judges the driving situation of vehicles based on these signals, controls the operating current of ITM control, and intelligently splits the torque between front and rear axles.

Mounting position

It is mounted beneath the driver seat.

5. G sensor

Function

It senses the acceleration value of vehicles

Mounting position

It is mounted in back of the dash board and below the parking brake.

position : It is mounted in back of the dash board and below the parking brake.

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position : It is mounted in back of the dash board and below the parking brake.
position : It is mounted in back of the dash board and below the parking brake.
position : It is mounted in back of the dash board and below the parking brake.
position : It is mounted in back of the dash board and below the parking brake.

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Chapter 4: Assembly Removal & Installation

1. Removal of rear final drive

1. Preparations

ToolsSocket wrench, allen key, screw driver and screw jack

Oillubrication grease0.8L gear oil GL-5 80w/90

Kill the engine and wait 30 minutes to prevent scalds due burning exhaust pipes.

Lift up the whole vehicle via a lift.

2Removal procedures

2.1

Remove the exhaust pipe assembly

2.1.1

Remove the connecting bolts in the front of

the exhaust pipe and apply a supporting torque

55±3N·m

NoticeDuring removal, provide adequate support to the exhaust pipe to prevent it from causing injuries to human.

2.1.2 Remove the middle rubber connections

(right one and left one)

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to human. 2.1.2 Remove the middle rubber connections (right one and left one) 09 - 10
to human. 2.1.2 Remove the middle rubber connections (right one and left one) 09 - 10

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2.1.3 Remove the two rear rubber connections

(right connections)

2.1.4 Remove the rear rubber left connection.

Notice: Provide sufficient support to the exhaust pipe.

2.1.5 Remove the exhaust pipe.

2.1.6

reverse steps.

The

exhaust

pipe

shall

be

installed

in

2.2

Remove the drive shaft assembly.

2.2.1

Remove the drive shaft rear end

connecting bolts. During removal, provide sufficient support to the drive shaft and make corresponding

marks.

Removing torque65±6N·m

shaft and make corresponding marks. Removing torque : 65 ± 6N · m C h ery

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shaft and make corresponding marks. Removing torque : 65 ± 6N · m C h ery
shaft and make corresponding marks. Removing torque : 65 ± 6N · m C h ery
shaft and make corresponding marks. Removing torque : 65 ± 6N · m C h ery
shaft and make corresponding marks. Removing torque : 65 ± 6N · m C h ery

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2.2.2 Remove the middle fixing support of the

drive shaft. When removing, give sufficient support to it to prevent humans being injured by the falling

drive shaft.

Removing torque65±3N·m

2.2.3 Make marks on the drive shaft front end

and then remove it.

2.2.4 Remove the drive shaft. Seal the joint

position to prevent oil leaks.

2.2.5 Install the drive shaft in the steps opposite

to those of its removal.

2.3

Removal and installation of heat shield

2.3.1

Remove the heat shield bolts.

Removing torque9±1N·m

2.3.2 Remove the heat shield.

2.3.3 Install the heat shield in the steps opposite

to those of its removal.

2.4

Removal and installation of half axle

2.4.1

Removal and installation of left half axle.

2.4.1.1

Fix the left half axle.

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Removal and installation of left half axle. 2.4.1.1 Fix the left half axle. 09 - 12
Removal and installation of left half axle. 2.4.1.1 Fix the left half axle. 09 - 12
Removal and installation of left half axle. 2.4.1.1 Fix the left half axle. 09 - 12
Removal and installation of left half axle. 2.4.1.1 Fix the left half axle. 09 - 12

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2.4.1.2 Remove the bolts and nuts connecting the

half axle and the rear final drive.

2.4.1.3 Separate the half axle.

2.4.1.4 The installation procedures are reverse to

the removal ones.

2.4.2 See details of removal and installation of

the left half axle for those of the right half axle.

2.5 Removal and installation of the rear final drive. (Be cautious of danger)

2.5.1 Bleed the differential gear oil.

Torque40±3 N·m

2.5.2 Lift up the final drive via a jack and hold it.

2.5.3 Remove the electrical connections.

2.5.4 Remove the front end connecting bolts of

the rear final drive.

Removing torque40±5N·m

2.5.5 Remove the rear end connecting bolts of

the rear final drive.

Removing torque78±10N·m

rear end connecting bolts of the rear final drive. Removing torque : 78 ± 10N ·

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rear end connecting bolts of the rear final drive. Removing torque : 78 ± 10N ·
rear end connecting bolts of the rear final drive. Removing torque : 78 ± 10N ·
rear end connecting bolts of the rear final drive. Removing torque : 78 ± 10N ·
rear end connecting bolts of the rear final drive. Removing torque : 78 ± 10N ·
rear end connecting bolts of the rear final drive. Removing torque : 78 ± 10N ·

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2.5.6 Remove

Caution: Place it flat to prevent oil bleeding.

the

rear

final

drive

assembly.

2.5.7 Remove the ITM actuator.

Removing torque40±5N·m

2.5.8 The installation procedures are reverse to

the removal ones.

2. Removal and installation of the ITM control

module

1 Preparations

ToolsOne unit of socket wrenches

2

Removal procedures

2.1

Remove the left front seat.

2.2

Let go of the anchor bolts of the ITM control

module.

2.3 Pull out the module plug-ins. Take out the ITM

control module.

2.4

Installation procedures

 

The

installation

procedures

are

reverse

to

the

removal ones.

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Oil filler plug Bleeding plug
Oil filler plug
Bleeding plug
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are reverse to the removal ones. 09 - 14 Oil filler plug Bleeding plug Chery Automobile

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Chapter 5: Diagnosis & testing

Diagnostic Help

1. Confirm that the malfunction is current and carry-out the diagnostic tests and repair procedures.

2. If the DTC cannot be deleted, it is a current fault.

3. Use a digital multimeter to perform voltage readings on the intelligent 4WD system.

4. The scan tool connects to the Data Link Connector (DLC) and communicates with the Interactive Torque

Management (ITM) over the CAN data circuit.

5. If the failure is intermittent, perform the following:

Check for loose connectors.

Look for any chafed, pierced, pinched, or partially broken wires.

Monitor the scan tool data relative to this circuit and wiggle test the wiring and connectors.

Look for the data to change or for the DTC to reset during the wiggle test.

Look for broken, bent, pushed out or corroded terminals.

Inspect the sensor and mounting area for any condition that would result in an incorrect signal, such as damage or foreign material.

6. Remove the ITM from the troubled vehicle and install in a new vehicle and test. If the DTC cannot be

deleted, the ITM is malfunctioning. If the DTC can be deleted, return the ITM to the original vehicle and inspect the system again.

Ground Inspection

Ground connections are very important to the proper operation of electrical and electronic circuits. Ground connections are often exposed to moisture, dirt and other corrosive elements. The corrosion (rust) can become an unwanted resistance. This added resistance can alter the way a circuit works.

Electronically controlled circuits are very sensitive to proper grounding. A loose or corroded ground can drastically affect an electronically controlled circuit. A poor or corroded ground can effect the circuit. Perform the following when inspecting a ground connection:

1. Remove the ground bolt or screw.

2. Inspect all mating surface for tarnish, dirt, rust, etc.

3. Clean as required to assure good contact.

4. Reinstall bolt or screw securely.

5. Inspect for add-on accessories which may be interfering with the ground circuit.

6. If several wires are crimped into one ground eyelet terminal, check for proper crimps. Make sure all of the

wires are clean, securely fastened and providing a good ground path. If multiple wires are crimped to one eyelet, make sure no excess wire insulation has been crimped creating a bad ground.

Diagnostic Tools

1. Diagnostic Scan Tool X-431

2. Digital Multimeter

Interactive Torque Management (ITM) Electrical Harness Test Tool

If using a ITM electrical harness test tool, you can diagnose the ITM harness while the ITM is still connected.

Measure sensor and solenoid resistance (always measure resistance with the power off).

Measure the signal voltage of the ITM (always measure voltage with the power on).

NOTE :

Using the ITM electrical harness test tool will help prevent electrical connector terminal damage.

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Interactive Torque Management (ITM) Connector Pin-Out Table

ITM Pin-Out Table

PIN

Definition

PIN

Definition

1

Power supply for the ITM actuator

14

ITM actuator

2

——

15

——

3

——

16

——

4

——

17

——

5

——

18

——

6

——

19

Failure indicator light

7

——

20

——

8

——

21

——

9

CAN-HIGE

22

——

10

CAN-LOW

23

——

11

Computer grounding

24

——

12

——

25

Ignition switch signals - Input

13

Power supply input

26

K line

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Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) List

ITM DTC List

DTC

DTC Definition

Status of fault light

P1726

The throttle giving no signal output

OFF

P1764

Communication failure between the ECU and the ITM

ON

P1728

Short circuit or open circuit with ITM Actuator

ON

P1729

A grounding short circuit with the control module

ON

P1767

No response from the ABS

ON

P1766

Error in the CAN-bus communication

OFF

P1750

Loss signal of Front Left Vehicle Speed Sensor

ON

P1751

Loss signal of Front Right Vehicle Speed Sensor

ON

P1752

Loss signal of Rear Left Vehicle Speed Sensor

ON

P1753

Loss signal of Rear Right vehicle Speed Sensor

ON

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Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) Tests

P1726 Throttle giving no signal output P1764 Communication failure between the ECU and the ITM P1766 Error in the CAN-bus communication

ITM J001 9 10 9 1 J003 62 81 ECU J005 EPC J006
ITM
J001
9 10
9 1
J003
62
81
ECU
J005
EPC
J006
J-001 J-003 J-005 J-005 J-006
J-001
J-003
J-005
J-005
J-006

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On Board Diagnostic Logic Self-diagnosis detection logic.

DTC

DEFINITION

DTC DETECTION

CONDITION

DTC SET

CONDITION

DTC NO.

POSSIBILE CAUSE

P1726/P1764/

P1766

Sensor feed

Engine is running

DTC about throttle body occurred in Engine Control Module (ECU)

Throttle position sensor Trouble in CAN system Harness or connectors (The sensor circuit is open or shorted) Engine Control Module (ECU) Interactive Torque Management (ITM) module

DTC Confirmation Procedure:

Before performing the following procedure, confirm that battery voltage is more than 12 V.

Turn ignition switch off.

Connect the X-431 scan tool to the Data Link Connector (DLC) - software must over 43.00 edition .

Turn ignition switch on, with the scan tool, view and erase stored DTCs in the ITM.

Start the engine and warm it to normal operating temperature.

With the scan tool, select view DTC and data stream.

If the DTC is detected, the DTC condition is current. Go to Diagnostic Procedure Step 1.

If the DTC is not detected, the DTC condition is intermittent (See Diagnosis & Testing Diagnostic Help in Section 09 Four Wheel Drive).

NOTE :

If DTCs P1726/P1764/P1766 are present, diagnose and repair them before continuing with this test.

Using the appropriate diagnostic test tool, you can diagnose the ITM harness while the ITM is still connected. This will help prevent electrical connector terminal damage.

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Diagnostic Procedure 1. CHECK THE CAN LINES CONTINUITY BETWEEN ITM MODULE AND ECU

Turn the ignition switch off. Disconnect connector (1) from ITM module (See ITM Module Removal & Installation in section 09)

1
1

Disconnect connector (2) from ECU (See ECU Removal & Installation in section 03)

2
2

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Using a digital multimeter, check the harness continuity between the following terminals:

Check continuity ITM ECU MODULE CONTINUITY TERMINAL 62 9 YES Check continuity ITM ECU MODULE
Check continuity
ITM
ECU
MODULE
CONTINUITY
TERMINAL
62
9
YES
Check continuity
ITM
ECU
MODULE
CONTINUITY
TERMINAL
81
10
YES

The resistor value between line should be less than 0.2W.

Whether the resistor value is normal?

not >>repair or replace the wire harness. Yes>>Go to next step.

2. CHECK THE THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR.

Detailed diagnosis procedure, please refer to section 02 (Engine) diagnosis.

3. CHECK DTC

With the X-431 scan tool, read ITM DTCs. Refer to DTC Confirmation Procedure.

DTC With the X-431 scan tool, read ITM DTCs. Refer to DTC Confirmation Procedure. Chery Automobile

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P1728 Short circuit or open circuit with ITM Actuator

J-001 J-002
J-001 J-002
J-001
J-002

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On Board Diagnostic Logic

Self-diagnosis detection logic.

 

DTC

DTC DETECTION

DTC SET

 

DTC NO.

DEFINITION

CONDITION

CONDITION

POSSIBILE CAUSE

P1728/P1729

Actuator feed

Engine is running

DTC about ITM actuator occurred in ITM module

ITM Actuator Harness or connectors (The sensor circuit is open or shorted) Interactive Torque Management Module (ITM)

DTC Confirmation Procedure:

Before performing the following procedure, confirm that battery voltage is more than 12 V.

Turn ignition switch off.

Connect the X-431 scan tool to the Data Link Connector (DLC) - software must over 43.00 edition .

Turn ignition switch on, with the scan tool, view and erase stored DTCs in the ITM.

Start the engine and warm it to normal operating temperature.

With the scan tool, select view DTC and data stream.

If the DTC is detected, the DTC condition is current. Go to Diagnostic Procedure Step 1.

If the DTC is not detected, the DTC condition is intermittent (See Diagnosis & Testing Diagnostic Help in Section 09 Four Wheel Drive).

NOTE :

If DTCs P1728/P1729 are present, diagnose and repair them before continuing with this test.

Using the appropriate diagnostic test tool, you can diagnose the ITM harness while the ITM is still connected. This will help prevent electrical connector terminal damage.

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Diagnostic Procedure

1. CHECK THE ITM ACTUATOR

Turn the ignition switch off. Remove the front intermediate drive shaft (See Front Intermediate Drive Shaft Removal & Installation in Section 09 Driveline & Axle). Remove the rear intermediate drive shaft (See Rear Intermediate Drive Shaft Removal & Installation in Section 09 Driveline & Axle). Disconnect connector (1) from Interactive Torque Management module (ITM)

(1) from Interactive Torque Management module (ITM) Using a digital multimeter ,two probes connect two pins

Using a digital multimeter ,two probes connect two pins of connector J002 of the actuator ,check the resistor value of the actuator:

Check resistor ACTUATOR TERMINAL VALUE 1 2 2W
Check resistor
ACTUATOR TERMINAL
VALUE
1
2
2W

Whether the resistor value is normal?

NOT >>·Replace a new actuator. YES >>·Go to next step.

2. C HECK T HE IT M ACT UATOR POWER SUPPLY

Turn the ignition switch on. Using a digital multimeter, check the voltage of the TERMINAL 1 of connector J002 from the ITM module; TERMINAL1 connect the positive probe, the negative probe connect the negative of the battery.

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Check voltage ACTUATOR TERMINAL VALUE 1 12V
Check voltage
ACTUATOR TERMINAL
VALUE
1
12V

Is the check result normal?

NOT >>·Go to next step. YES >>·Go to DTC Confirmation Procedure.

3. CHECK THE ITM ACTUATOR CIRCUIT

Turn the ignition switch off. Disconnect connector (1) from Interactive Torque Management module (ITM)

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1
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Using a digital multimeter, check the continuity between the following terminals:

Check continuity ACTUATOR ITM MODULE CONTINUITY TERMINAL TERMINAL 1 1 YES
Check continuity
ACTUATOR
ITM MODULE
CONTINUITY
TERMINAL
TERMINAL
1
1
YES
Check continuity ACTUATOR ITM MODULE CONTINUITY TERMINAL TERMINAL 2 14 YES
Check continuity
ACTUATOR
ITM MODULE
CONTINUITY
TERMINAL
TERMINAL
2
14
YES

The resistance should be less than 0.2W. Also check the resistor between lines and body and battery positive.

Is the check result normal?

NOT >>·Repair or replace the harness. YES >>·Go to next step.

3. CHECK DTC

With the X-431 scan tool, read ITM DTCs. Refer to DTC Confirmation Procedure.

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P1729 A grounding short circuit with the control module

11
11

11

·

J-001
J-001
11 · J-001
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DTC

DTC DETECTION

DTC SET

 

DTC NO.

DEFINITION

CONDITION

CONDITION

POSSIBILE CAUSE

     

ITM detected

Battery voltage is too low Harness or connectors (The sensor circuit is open or shorted) Poor ground condition Interactive Torque Management module (ITM)

P1729

POWER

Engine is running

poor earth

condition

DTC Confirmation Procedure:

Before performing the following procedure, confirm that battery voltage is more than 12 V.

Turn ignition switch off.

Connect the X-431 scan tool to the Data Link Connector (DLC) - software must over 43.00 edition .

Turn ignition switch on, with the scan tool, view and erase stored DTCs in the ITM.

Start the engine and warm it to normal operating temperature.

With the scan tool, select view DTC and data stream.

If the DTC is detected, the DTC condition is current. Go to Diagnostic Procedure Step 1.

If the DTC is not detected, the DTC condition is intermittent (See Diagnosis & Testing Diagnostic Help in Section 09 Four Wheel Drive).

NOTE :

If DTCs P1729 are present, diagnose and repair them before continuing with this test.

Using the appropriate diagnostic test tool, you can diagnose the ITM harness while the ITM is still connected. This will help prevent electrical connector terminal damage.

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ITM is still connected. This will help prevent electrical connector terminal damage. 09 - 28 Chery

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Diagnostic Procedure

1. CHECK THE ITM MODULE GROUND CIRCUIT

Turn the ignition switch off. Disconnect connector (1) from ITM module (See Interactive Torque Management Control Module Removal &

1
1

Installation in section 09)

Using a digital multimeter, check the continuity between the following terminals:

Check continuity ACTUATOR BODY CONTINUITY TERMINAL 1 BODY YES ·
Check continuity
ACTUATOR
BODY
CONTINUITY
TERMINAL
1
BODY
YES
·

The resistance should be less than 0.2W. Also check the resistor between lines and body and battery positive.

Is the check result normal?

NOT >>·Repair or replace the harness.

YES >>·Replace ITM module in section 09).

(See Interactive Torque Management Control Module Removal & Installation

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P1767No response from the ABS P1750Loss signal of Front Left Vehicle Speed Sensor P1751Loss signal of Front Right Vehicle Speed Sensor P1752Loss signal of Rear Left Vehicle Speed Sensor P1753Loss signal of Rear Right vehicle Speed Sensor

ITM J001 9 10 J003 11 10 ABS J004
ITM
J001
9
10
J003
11
10
ABS
J004
ITM J001 9 10 J003 11 10 ABS J004 J-001 J-004 J-003
J-001 J-004
J-001
J-004
J-003
J-003

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On Board Diagnostic Logic

Self-diagnosis detection logic.

 

DTC

DTC DETECTION

DTC SET

 

DTC NO.

DEFINITION

CONDITION

CONDITION

POSSIBILE CAUSE

P1767/P1750/

   

ITM detected no information and reply from ABS module

Battery voltage is too low ABS module failure. Vehicle speed sensor failure Harness or connectors (The sensor circuit is open or shorted) Trouble in CAN system Interactive Torque Management module (ITM) failure

P1751/P1752/

CAN

Engine is running

P1753

DTC Confirmation Procedure:

Before performing the following procedure, confirm that battery voltage is more than 12 V.

Turn ignition switch off.

Connect the X-431 scan tool to the Data Link Connector (DLC) - software must over 43.00 edition .

Turn ignition switch on, with the scan tool, view and erase stored DTCs in the ITM.

Start the engine and warm it to normal operating temperature.

With the scan tool, select view DTC and data stream.

If the DTC is detected, the DTC condition is current. Go to Diagnostic Procedure Step 1.

If the DTC is not detected, the DTC condition is intermittent (See Diagnosis & Testing Diagnostic Help in Section 09 Four Wheel Drive).

NOTE :

If DTCs P1767 are present, diagnose and repair them before continuing with this test.

Using the appropriate diagnostic test tool, you can diagnose the ITM harness while the ITM is still connected. This will help prevent electrical connector terminal damage.

ITM is still connected. This will help prevent electrical connector terminal damage. Chery Automobile Co., Ltd.

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Diagnostic Procedure

1. CHECK THE CAN LINE CONTINUITY BETWEEN ITM MODULE AND ABS MODULE.

Turn the ignition switch off. Disconnect connector (1) from Interactive Torque Management module (See Interactive Torque Management Control Module Removal & Installation in section 09)

1
1

Disconnect connector from ABS module (See ABS Removal & Installation in section 12). Using a digital multimeter, check the harness continuity between the following terminals:

Check continuity ITM MODULE ABS MODULE CONTINUITY TERMINAL 11 9 YES
Check continuity
ITM MODULE
ABS MODULE
CONTINUITY
TERMINAL
11
9
YES

The resistor value between line should be less than 0.2W.

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TERMINAL 11 9 YES The resistor value between line should be less than 0.2 W .

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Check continuity ITM MODULE ABS MODULE CONTINUITY TERMINAL 10 10 YES
Check continuity
ITM MODULE
ABS MODULE
CONTINUITY
TERMINAL
10
10
YES

The resistor value between lines should be less than 0.2W.

Whether the resistor value is normal?

Not >>Repair or replace the wire harness. Yes>>Go to next step.

2. Check the ABS module.

Detailed diagnosis procedure, please refer to section 12 (ABS) diagnosis.

3. Check Vehicle Speed Sensor.

Detailed diagnosis procedure, please refer to section 12 (ABS) diagnosis.

4. CHECK DTC

With the X-431 scan tool, read ITM DTCs. Refer to DTC Confirmation Procedure.

DTC With the X-431 scan tool, read ITM DTCs. Refer to DTC Confirmation Procedure. Chery Automobile

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BATTERY FUSE 13 FUSE IGNITION 25 SWITCH ON INSTRUMENT 19 CLUSTER DATA LINK 26 CONNECTOR
BATTERY
FUSE
13
FUSE
IGNITION
25
SWITCH ON
INSTRUMENT
19
CLUSTER
DATA LINK
26
CONNECTOR
ITM
ABS CONTROL
9
MODULE
10
EMS CONTROL
MODULE
ITM
1
CONTROLLER
14
11

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P1728

ITM J001 1 14 1 2 ITM CONTROLLER J002
ITM
J001
1
14
1
2
ITM
CONTROLLER
J002
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P1765P1767

ITM J001 9 10 9 1 J003 11 10 ABS J004
ITM
J001
9
10
9
1
J003
11
10
ABS
J004

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P1726P1764

ITM J001 9 10 9 1 J003 62 81 ECU J005 EPC J006
ITM
J001
9
10
9
1
J003
62
81
ECU
J005
EPC
J006
REPAIR P1726 、 P1764 ITM J001 9 10 9 1 J003 62 81 ECU J005 EPC
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J001

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J002

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J003

TRANSFER CASE UNIT REPAIR J001 J002 J003 J004     J005 09 - 38 Chery Automobile

J004

   
   
   
   
   
   
   

J005

TRANSFER CASE UNIT REPAIR J001 J002 J003 J004     J005 09 - 38 Chery Automobile

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J006

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Chapter 6: Use and Service Notices

1. When a 4-wheel drive vehicle is used to tow vehicles, its wheel shall not be suspended. Or, its ITM will be damaged.

2. The rear final drive oil shall be a kind specified by Chery. Otherwise, a short service life will take place.

3. The ITM actuator is a free-of-repair component. Do not open its housing during normal use of vehicles.

4. Since the hypoid gears of the rear final drive are paired in use, any damage to them shall lead to assembly replacement.

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final drive are paired in use, any damage to them shall lead to assembly replacement. 09