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Section : Chassis /

Power Train
Ref. No. : CP-5013

Service Bulletin Date :


Page :
May.,2005
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Area Application : Europe


Model Name : COROLLA, COROLLA VERSO
Model Code : ZNR11#, NDE120#

Subject : DTC P0810 Loss of Drive / Unable to Select Gears


This Service Bulletin is issued to inform you of production improvement for TMMT produced Corolla
Verso and TMMT/TMUK produced MMC Corolla models with Multi-Mode Manual Transmission.
1. VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (VIN)
NOTE
This procedure is only applicable to vehicles made at Toyota Motor Manufacturing Turkey (TMMT)
and Toyota Motor Manufacturing UK (TMUK). The distinguishing method is by checking the1st digit
of the 17-digit VIN:
N = Turkey
S = UK

A B

B083694E02

(a) The VIN is stamped on the cowl panel. It is also stamped on the manufacturer's plate as shown
in the illustration.
2. DESCRIPTION OF PHENOMENON
Impossible shifting during driving, N light turns ON.
Driver unable to select gears, transaxle remains in Neutral.
3. PRODUCTION IMPROVEMENT
Change in MMT ECU logic to suit better to high load conditions.
4. FIELD FIX PROCEDURE
(a) Symptom Confirmation:
1. Confirm problem symptom and conditions.
2. Check for DTC's "Present Codes" and "History Codes" (see procedure below).
3. If DTC P0810 is present, please repair according to the Repair procedure given at the next
page.
(b) Checking DTC's
• If using Intelligent Tester I with software version 10.1 or higher, please check for all codes
according to the procedure given in TSB CP-4008.

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• If using Intelligent Tester II, please follow Repair Manual (RM1100E1) page 05-671, Multi-
mode transaxle DTC Check / Clear.
• Without using Intelligent Tester follow the procedure outlined in Repair Manual (RM1100E1)
page 05-671, Multi-mode transaxle DTC Check / Clear, using service wire.
SST 09843-18040
(c) Repair procedure:
(1) Proceed step-by-step following the Field/fix repair procedure outlined below.
1. Confirm problem conditions.
2. Confirm Freeze-frame data.
3. Confirm clutch actuator rod pre-load.
4. Proceed with Field/fix.
Part No. Information :
* Prev.Part No New Part No. Part Name
COROLLA VERSO - TMMT
I 89530-64010 Same as previous Computer assembly, Transmission Control LHD
I 89530-64020 Same as previous Computer assembly, Transmission Control RHD
MMC COROLLA - TMMT, TMUK
I 89530-12210 Same as previous Computer assembly, Transmission Control LHD w/ VSC
I 89530-12220 Same as previous Computer assembly, Transmission Control LHD w/o VSC
I 89530-12230 Same as previous Computer assembly, Transmission Control RHD w/ VSC
I 89530-12240 Same as previous Computer assembly, Transmission Control RHD w/o
VSC

* : INTERCHANGABILITY CODE
Prev. Part New Part PP NP PP NP PP NP

I (I) NI (NI) S Interchangeable as a set


Prev. Vehicle New Vehicle PV NV PV NV PV NV

In order to distinguish old and new parts a discrimination mark is placed on the ECU housing as outlined
below.

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5. DISCRIMINATION MARK

ECU:

Label:

Production Date, Lot No.

E110803E02

1. TMMT Corolla Verso


If the production date shown on the label is October 13, 2004 or later, this indicates that the ECU was
manufactured after the design was changed.
Aplicable part No.
Part No. Label Color
89530-64010 Purple
89530-64020 Light Blue

2. MMC Corolla - TMUK & TMMT


If the production date shown on the label is November 10, 2004 or later, this indicates that the ECU
was manufactured after the design was changed.
Aplicable part No.
Part No. Label Color
89530-12210 Navy
89530-12220 Gray
89530-12230 Black
89530-12240 Green

6. HOW TO READ THE LABEL


Example: (a) Read the label.
Year:
4 '04 year
5 '05 year

Month:
A January G July
Year Month Date
B February H August
E110804E02 C March J September

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D April K October
E May L November
F June M December

Production Effective :
Model VIN Production Date
NMTER150-R030079
TMMT Corolla Verso October 22, 2004
NMTE16R20R030068
TMMT MMC Corolla NMTEC20E80R002904 November 26, 2004
TMUK MMC Corolla SB1KC20E00E004709 November 25, 2004

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Chassis & Power Train


MMT
F/Fix method for DTC P0810 on MMT for Corolla and Corolla Verso
1. Problem conditions
(a) There are 4 possible cases. The repair method is different for each case as the cause is
different.
case Problem occurs during clutch pre-load on the clutch actuator rod is
1 disengagement correct (no clearance)
2 disengagement not correct (some clearance)
and
3 engagement correct
4 engagement not correct

2. Problem Condition Confirmation Method:


(a) Judge the problem condition by confirming problem condition (cases 1, 2, 3 or 4) using the
following flow chart (refer to method described in next sheets to determine Clutch
(dis)engagement - by "Freeze frame data" - and "Pre-load" condition):

1) Check DTC

NO 2) Are there freeze


frame data of P0810?

YES

3) During clutch NO
disengagement?

YES

4) Is the pre-load on the NO 4) Is the pre-load on the NO


clutch rod correct? clutch rod correct?

YES YES
Case 1 Case 2 Case 3 Case 4

E110748E02

1) Confirm DTC. Is there DTC P0810?


2) Are there freeze frame data of P0810?
3), 4) Which case is the problem vehicle?
Note:
• If Freeze Frame data cannot be checked, handle as cases 1 or 2 depending on Pre-load

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• If Pre-load cannot be judged clearly, handle as case 2.


3. Confirmation Method of Freeze Frame Data
P0810: Clutch Position Control
Freeze Frame Data
Item Data Unit Item Data Unit
Engine Coolant Temperature 86 Engine Revolution 2118.75 rpm
Vehicle Speed 40 Accelerator Pedal Angle 10.8 %
Theoretical Engine Torque 17 Nm Clutch Position (Current) 37.404 mm
Shift Position (Current) 8.53414 mm Select Position (Current) 25.37209 mm
Clutch Motor Current MMT 24 A Shift Motor Current MMT 0 A
Select Motor Current MMT 0 A Gear Position (Current) 3
Gear Position (Target) 3 Shift Lever Position Judge E
Cold Condition Judgement 69 Shift Lever Switch Signal 1 Open
Shift Lever Switch Signal 2 Open Shift Lever Switch Signal 3 Gnd
Shift Lever Switch Signal 4 Open Shift Lever Switch Signal 5 Open
Shift Lever Check Signal 1 Open Shift Lever Check Signal 2 Gnd
Shift Lever Check Signal 3 Open T/M Reverse Switch Signal Open
Ignition Signal #NAME? Steering Switch Signal Up Gnd
Steering SW Signal Down Gnd Brake Switch Signal 1 Open
Brake Switch Signal 2 Open STP Switch Signal OFF
STA Switch Signal OFF Mode Changes 38
Possibility of T/M Uplock No Learn-Clutch Standby Point Exec
Learning-T/M Exec Learn-Clutch Stopper Point Exec

Check "Clutch Motor Current MMT" whether "more than 22A" or "less than-22A".
And also please check both "Shift Motor Current MMT" and "Select Motor Current MMT" are "0A".
HINT:
• When "Clutch Motor Current MMT" is "more than 22A", Problem condition is "during clutch
engagement".
• When "Clutch Motor Current MMT" is "less than -22A", Problem condition is "during clutch
disengagement".
• The example shown above is "during clutch engagement".
4. Confirmation method of the pre-load on the clutch actuator rod
(a) Checking method:
(1) Turn the ignition switch to OFF and keep it there.

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(2) As shown in the illustrations below, put the finger lightly on the clutch actuator rod nut and
apply small load in Up & Down direction. (Load applied by the finger is approx. 2N.) Check
whether or not the rod moves in between the fork hook.

Fork

Rod nut Fork hook

E110751E02

Judgement:
• If the rod nut does not move in Up & Down direction with approx. 2N load → Pre-load
adjustment on the clutch actuator rod is correct.
• If the rod nut moves in Up & Down direction with approx. 2N load → Pre-load
adjustment on the clutch actuator rod is incorrect.
HINT:
On the normal nominal condition, the load in the clutch actuator rod direction is 96N.
5. Field /Fix repair
Case Problem Condition Cause F/Fix parts F/Fix procedure
1 1. During the clutch 1. Decreasing of clutch 1. MMT-ECU 1. Replace the MMT-ECU by
disengagement release efficiency 2. Grease C/M one.
2. The pre-load on the clutch 2. Clean the clutch release
actuator rod is correct. support and apply the
grease.
3. MMT-ECU initialization
2 1. During the clutch 1. Decreasing of clutch 1. MMT-ECU 1. Replace the MMT-ECU by
disengagement release efficiency 2. Grease C/M one.
2. The pre-load on the clutch 2. Too much LCC adjustment 3. LCC 2. Clean the clutch release
actuator rod is not correct. due to the low clutch 4. Clutch Disc support and apply the
release efficiency grease.
3. Replace the clutch disc
and the clutch cover.
4. MMT-ECU initialization

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Case Problem Condition Cause F/Fix parts F/Fix procedure


3 1. During the clutch 1. Clutch actuator internal 1. MMT-ECU 1. Replace the MMT-ECU by
engagement lock C/M one.
2. The pre-load on the clutch 2. MMT-ECU initialization
actuator rod is correct.
4 1. During the clutch 1. Clutch actuator internal 1. MMT-ECU 1. Replace the MMT-ECU by
engagement lock C/M one.
2. The pre-load on the clutch 2. Not correct installation of 2. Reinstall the clutch
actuator rod is not correct. the clutch actuator at a actuator according to the
vehicle factory repair manual.
3. MMT-ECU initialization

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