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AUDIO VISUAL, NAVIGATION & TELEPHONE SYSTEM

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AUDIO VISUAL, NAVIGATION & TELEPHONE SYSTEM


CONTENTS
PRECAUTIONS ......................................................... 4 . Precautions for Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) AIR BAG and SEAT BELT PRE-TENSIONER ................................................................. 4 . Precautions for Battery Service ............................... 4 . Wiring Diagrams and Trouble Diagnosis ................. 4 . PREPARATION .......................................................... 5 . Commercial Service Tools ....................................... 5 . AUDIO ........................................................................ 6 . System Description ................................................. 6 . BASE SYSTEM FOR COUPE ............................. 6 . BASE SYSTEM FOR ROADSTER ...................... 6 . BOSE SYSTEM FOR COUPE ............................. 6 . BOSE SYSTEM FOR ROADSTER ...................... 7 . Component Parts and Harness Connector Location 9 ..... Schematic ............................................................. 10 . BOSE SYSTEM ................................................. 10 . Wiring Diagram AUDIO .................................11 . BASE SYSTEM FOR COUPE ............................11 . BASE SYSTEM FOR ROADSTER .................... 13 . BOSE SYSTEM FOR COUPE ........................... 15 . BOSE SYSTEM FOR ROADSTER .................... 22 . Terminals and Reference Value for Audio Unit for Base System ......................................................... 28 . Terminals and Reference Value for Audio Unit for BOSE System ....................................................... 29 . Terminals and Reference Value for BOSE Speaker Amp. ...................................................................... 30 . Terminals and Reference Value for Woofer Amp.... 32 Trouble Diagnosis ................................................. 33 . PROBLEM WITH RADIO, TAPE AND CD (BASE SYSTEM) ........................................................... 33 . PROBLEM WITH RADIO, TAPE AND CD (BOSE SYSTEM) ........................................................... 33 . FOR RADIO ONLY ............................................. 34 . FOR CASSETTE PLAYER ONLY ...................... 34 . FOR CD ONLY ................................................... 35 . Noise Inspection .................................................... 35 . TYPE OF NOISE AND POSSIBLE CAUSE ....... 35 . Power Supply Circuit Inspection ............................ 36 . AudioPilot Does Not Work ................................. 37 . Audio System Does Not Turn On. ......................... 38 . Removal and Installation of Audio Unit (Base system) ....................................................................... 39 . REMOVAL .......................................................... 39 . INSTALLATION .................................................. 39 . Locking CD auto-changer mechanism (Audio unit of BOSE system) ................................................... 39 . DAMPER LOCK PROCEDURE ......................... 39 . Removal and Installation of Audio Unit (BOSE system) ....................................................................... 40 . REMOVAL .......................................................... 40 . INSTALLATION .................................................. 40 . Removal and Installation of Door Speaker ............ 40 . REMOVAL .......................................................... 40 . INSTALLATION .................................................. 40 . Removal and Installation of Rear Speaker ............ 41 . REMOVAL .......................................................... 41 . INSTALLATION .................................................. 41 . Removal and Installation of Tweeter ..................... 41 . REMOVAL .......................................................... 41 . INSTALLATION .................................................. 41 . Removal and Installation of Woofer and Speaker Amp. (BOSE System) ............................................ 41 . REMOVAL .......................................................... 41 . INSTALLATION .................................................. 42 . Removal and Installation of BOSE Speaker Amp.... 42 REMOVAL .......................................................... 42 . INSTALLATION .................................................. 42 . Removal and Installation of Microphone ............... 42 . REMOVAL .......................................................... 42 . INSTALLATION .................................................. 42 . AUDIO ANTENNA ................................................... 43 . System Description ................................................ 43 . Wiring Diagram M/ANT ................................ 44 . Location of Antenna ............................................... 45 . Removal and Installation of Antenna Amp. ........... 45 . REMOVAL .......................................................... 45 .

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INSTALLATION ................................................... 45 . Removal and Installation of Antenna ..................... 46 . REMOVAL .......................................................... 46 . INSTALLATION ................................................... 46 . NAVIGATION SYSTEM ............................................ 47 . System Description ................................................ 47 . TRAVEL DISTANCE ........................................... 47 . TRAVEL DIRECTION ......................................... 47 . MAP-MATCHING ................................................ 47 . GPS (GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM) ......... 48 . COMPONENT DESCRIPTION ........................... 49 . BIRD VIEW ..................................................... 50 . MAP DISPLAY .................................................... 51 . FUNCTION OF NAVI SWITCH ........................... 51 . VIEW MODE .................................................... 55 . HEADING MODE ............................................. 55 . NEARBY DISPLAY ICONS MODE .................. 56 . SAVE CURRENT LOCATION MODE .............. 56 . ADJUST CURRENT LOCATION MODE .......... 56 . AUTO RE-ROUTE MODE ................................ 57 . AVOID AREA SETTING MODE ....................... 57 . BUTTON TONE/BEEP RESPONSE MODE .... 57 . CLEAR MEMORY MODE ................................ 57 . EDIT ADDRESS BOOK MODE ....................... 58 . GPS INFORMATION MODE ............................ 58 . QUICK STOP CUSTOMER SETTING MODE... 58 SET AVERAGE SPEED MODE ....................... 58 . TRACKING MODE ........................................... 59 . GUIDE VOLUME SETTING ............................... 59 . Precautions for NAVI Control Unit Replacement ... 59 Component Parts and Harness Connector Location 60 ... Schematic .............................................................. 61 . Wiring Diagram NAVI .................................... 62 . FOR COUPE ...................................................... 62 . FOR ROADSTER ............................................... 66 . Terminals and Reference Value for NAVI Control Unit ........................................................................ 70 . Terminals and Reference Value for Display Unit ... 72 Terminals and Reference Value for NAVI Switch ... 74 Self-Diagnosis Function ......................................... 75 . DESCRIPTION ................................................... 75 . DIAGNOSIS ITEM .............................................. 75 . Self-Diagnosis Mode ............................................. 76 . OPERATION PROCEDURE ............................... 76 . SELFDIAGNOSIS RESULT .............................. 77 . CONFIRMATION/ADJUSTMENT Mode ................ 78 . OPERATION PROCEDURE ............................... 78 . DISPLAY DIAGNOSIS ........................................ 79 . VEHICLE SIGNALS ............................................ 80 . NAVIGATION ...................................................... 80 . HISTORY OF ERRORS ..................................... 81 . DIAGNOSIS BY HISTORY OF ERRORS ........... 81 . Power Supply and Ground Circuit Check for NAVI Control Unit ............................................................ 84 . Power Supply and Ground Circuit Check for Display Unit ........................................................................ 85 . Power Supply and Ground Circuit Check for NAVI Switch .................................................................... 86 . Power Supply and Ground Circuit Check for Power

Cluster Lid Amp. ....................................................87 . Vehicle Speed Signal Check ..................................88 . Illumination Signal Check .......................................90 . Ignition Signal Check .............................................90 . Reverse Signal Check ...........................................90 . When Display Cover is Closed, Display Is Stay On...91 Display Is Not Shown .............................................92 . Lid Does Not Move ................................................92 . Color of RGB Image Is Not Proper ........................93 . RGB Screen Is Rolling ...........................................95 . Guide Sound Is Not Heard .....................................96 . Beep at Start-Up, No Display Appears on Screen...97 Display Quality Control Cannot Change Screen .. 100 . Vehicle Condition Setting Is Not Possible ............ 101 . Navigation System Does Not Activate ................. 101 . Previous Conditions Are Not Stored .................... 101 . The Position of The Current-Location Mark Is Not Correct ................................................................. 101 . Radio Wave From The GPS Satellite Is Not Received .............................................................. 101 . Driving Test .......................................................... 103 . Example of Symptoms Judged Not Malfunction .. 104 . BASIC OPERATION ......................................... 104 . VEHICLE MARK ............................................... 104 . DESTINATION, PASSING POINTS, AND MENU ITEMS CANNOT BE SELECTED/SET ............. 104 . VOICE GUIDE .................................................. 105 . ROUTE SEARCHING ....................................... 105 . EXAMPLES OF CURRENT-LOCATION MARK DISPLACEMENT .............................................. 106 . THE CURRENT POSITION MARK SHOWS A POSITION WHICH IS COMPLETELY WRONG.109 THE CURRENT POSITION MARK JUMPS ..... 109 . THE CURRENT LOCATION MARK IS IN A RIVER OR THE SEA ........................................ 110 . WHEN DRIVING ON THE SAME ROAD, SOMETIMES THE CURRENT-LOCATION MARK IS IN THE RIGHT PLACE AND SOMETIMES IT IS THE WRONG PLACE ............................................... 110 . LOCATION CORRECTION BY MAP MATCHING IS SLOW ........................................................... 110 . ALTHOUGH THE GPS RECEIVING DISPLAY IS GREEN, THE VEHICLE MARK DOES NOT RETURN TO THE CORRECT LOCATION ....... 110 . THE NAME OF THE CURRENT PLACE IS NOT DISPLAYED ...................................................... 110 . CONTENTS OF THE DISPLAY DIFFER FOR THE BIRD VIEW AND THE (FLAT) MAP SCREEN. .......................................................... 110 . Program Loading ................................................. 111 . Removal and Installation of NAVI Control Unit ..... 112 . REMOVAL ......................................................... 112 . INSTALLATION ................................................. 112 . Removal and Installation of GPS Antenna ........... 112 . REMOVAL ......................................................... 112 . INSTALLATION ................................................. 112 . Removal and Installation of NAVI Switch ............. 113 . REMOVAL ......................................................... 113 . INSTALLATION ................................................. 113 .

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Removal and Installation of Display Unit ..............113 . REMOVAL .........................................................113 .

INSTALLATION ................................................ 113 . Removal and Installation of Power Cluster Lid Amp. 114 . REMOVAL ........................................................ 114 . INSTALLATION ................................................ 114 .

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PRECAUTIONS PRECAUTIONS PFP:00001 Precautions for Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) AIR BAG and SEAT BELT PRE-TENSIONER

AKS008YS

The Supplemental Restraint System such as AIR BAG and SEAT BELT PRE-TENSIONER, used along with a front seat belt, helps to reduce the risk or severity of injury to the driver and front passenger for certain types of collision. This system includes seat belt switch inputs and dual stage front air bag modules. The SRS system uses the seat belt switches to determine the front air bag deployment, and may only deploy one front air bag, depending on the severity of a collision and whether the front occupants are belted or unbelted. Information necessary to service the system safely is included in the SRS and SB section of this Service Manual. WARNING: q To avoid rendering the SRS inoperative, which could increase the risk of personal injury or death in the event of a collision which would result in air bag inflation, all maintenance must be performed by an authorized NISSAN/INFINITI dealer. q Improper maintenance, including incorrect removal and installation of the SRS, can lead to personal injury caused by unintentional activation of the system. For removal of Spiral Cable and Air Bag Module, see the SRS section. q Do not use electrical test equipment on any circuit related to the SRS unless instructed to in this Service Manual. SRS wiring harnesses can be identified by yellow and/or orange harnesses or harness connectors.

Precautions for Battery Service

AKS003RI

This vehicle is equipped with the automatic window adjusting function. When a door is opened, the window automatically lowers slightly to avoid contact between the window and the roof. After the door is closed, the window will automatically raise slightly. On vehicles equipped with the automatic window adjusting function, lower both the driver and front passenger side windows before disconnecting the battery cables. This will prevent interference between the side window and the roof when either door is opened/closed. CAUTION: After the battery cables are disconnected, do not open/close the driver and/or front passenger door with the window in the full up position. The automatic window adjusting function will not work and the roof may be damaged.

Wiring Diagrams and Trouble Diagnosis


When you read wiring diagrams, refer to the following: q GI-15, "How to Read Wiring Diagrams" q PG-4, "POWER SUPPLY ROUTING CIRCUIT" When you perform trouble diagnosis, refer to the following: q GI-11, "HOW TO FOLLOW TEST GROUPS IN TROUBLE DIAGNOSES" q GI-27, "How to Perform Efficient Diagnosis for an Electrical Incident"

AKS0010F

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PREPARATION PREPARATION Commercial Service Tools


Tool name Description
PFP:00002

A
AKS0010G

Power tool

Loosening bolts and nuts

PBIC0191E

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AUDIO AUDIO System Description


BASE SYSTEM FOR COUPE
Refer to Owner's Manual for audio system operating instructions. Power is supplied at all times q through 15A fuse [No. 37, located in the fuse and fusible link box] q to audio unit terminal 6. With the ignition switch in the ACC or ON position, power is supplied q through 10A fuse [No. 6, located in the fuse block (J/B)] q to audio unit terminal 10. Ground is supplied through the case of the audio unit. When of audio switch is pushed, audio signals are supplied q through audio unit terminals 1, 2, 3, 4, 13, 14, 15, and 16 q to terminals 1 and 2 of driver door speaker and passenger door speaker q to terminals 1 and 2 of Rear speaker LH and RH q to terminals 1 and 2 of tweeter (driver side) and tweeter (passenger side).
PFP:28111
AKS0010H

BASE SYSTEM FOR ROADSTER


Refer to Owner's Manual for audio system operating instructions. Power is supplied at all times q through 15A fuse [No. 37, located in the fuse and fusible link box] q to audio unit terminal 6. With the ignition switch in the ACC or ON position, power is supplied q through 10A fuse [No. 6, located in the fuse block (J/B)] q to audio unit terminal 10. Ground is supplied through the case of the audio unit. When of audio switch is pushed, audio signals are supplied q through audio unit terminals 1, 2, 3, 4, 13, 14, 15, and 16 q to terminals 1 and 2 of driver door speaker and passenger door speaker q to terminals 1 and 2 of Rear speaker LH and RH q to terminals 1 and 2 of tweeter (driver side) and tweeter (passenger side).

BOSE SYSTEM FOR COUPE


CD auto-changer (built into audio unit) operation is controlled by audio unit. Refer to Owner's Manual for audio system operating instructions. Power is supplied at all times q through 15A fuse [No. 37, located in the fuse and fusible link box] q to audio unit terminal 6, q to BOSE speaker amp. terminal 11, and q to option connector for satellite radio receiver terminal 1. q through 15A fuse [No. 17, located in the fuse block (J/B)] q to woofer amp. terminal 8. With the ignition switch in the ACC or ON position, power is supplied q through 10A fuse [No. 6, located in the fuse block (J/B)] q to audio unit terminal 10, and q to option connector for satellite radio receiver terminal 6. q through audio unit terminal 12 q to BOSE speaker amp. terminal 41, q through BOSE speaker amp. terminal 32 q to woofer amp. terminal 6, and Ground is supplied through the case of the audio unit.

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AUDIO
Ground is also supplied q to BOSE speaker amp. terminal 27, and q to woofer amp. terminal 7 q through body ground B5, B6,D105 and T14. When audio switch is pushed, audio signals are supplied q through audio unit terminals 1, 2, 3, 4, 13, 14, 15, and 16 q to BOSE speaker amp. terminals 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39 and 40. Audio signals are amplified by the BOSE speaker amp. The amplified audio signals are supplied q through BOSE speaker amp. terminals 12, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 and 28 q to terminals 1 and 2 of driver door speaker and passenger door speaker, q to terminals 1 and 2 of Rear speaker LH and RH, q to terminals 1 and 2 of tweeter (driver side) and tweeter (passenger side) and q to terminals 1 and 2 of woofer amp. Audio signals are amplified by the woofer amp. The amplified audio signals are supplied q through woofer amp. terminals 3 and 4 q to terminals 1 and 2 of woofer.
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BOSE SYSTEM FOR ROADSTER


CD auto-changer (built into audio unit) operation is controlled by audio unit. Refer to Owner's Manual for audio system operating instructions. Power is supplied at all times q through 15A fuse [No. 37, located in the fuse and fusible link box] q to audio unit terminal 6, and q to BOSE speaker amp. terminal 11. q through 15A fuse [No. 17, located in the fuse block (J/B)] q to woofer amp. terminal 8. With the ignition switch in the ACC or ON position, power is supplied q through 10A fuse [No. 6, located in the fuse block (J/B)] q to audio unit terminal 10, q through audio unit terminal 12 q to BOSE speaker amp. terminal 41 and q through BOSE speaker amp. terminal 32 q to woofer amp. terminal 6. Ground is supplied through the case of the audio unit. Ground is also supplied q to BOSE speaker amp. terminal 27, and q to woofer amp. terminal 7 q through body ground B5, B6 and T14. When audio switch is pushed, audio signals are supplied q through audio unit terminals 1, 2, 3, 4, 13, 14, 15, and 16 q to BOSE speaker amp. terminals 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39 and 40. Audio signals are amplified by the BOSE speaker amp. The amplified audio signals are supplied q through BOSE speaker amp. terminals 12, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 and 28 q to terminals 1 and 2 of driver door speaker and passenger door speaker, q to terminals 1 and 2 of Rear speaker LH and RH, q to terminals 1 and 2 of tweeter (driver side) and tweeter (passenger side) and q to terminals 1 and 2 of woofer amp. Audio signals are amplified by the woofer amp.

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AUDIO
The amplified audio signals are supplied q through woofer amp. terminals 3 and 4 q to terminals 1 and 2 of woofer.

AudioPilot system
Audio Pilot is the sound improving system that picks up any noises or the sound of music coming into the vehicle by a microphone under the steering, and that the BOSE speaker amp. revises the frequency feature of music at real time in response to the frequency feature of the noise while driving and listening to music. q If low frequency area noise from vehicle is loud, it adjusts low frequency element of music to be bigger than vehicle noise. q If high frequency area noise from vehicle is loud, it adjusts high frequency element of music to be bigger than vehicle noise. q If vehicle noise is smaller than the setting volume, correction is not performed. This eliminates vehicle noise when listening to music.

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AUDIO Component Parts and Harness Connector Location


AKS00995

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SKIA8804E

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AUDIO Schematic
BOSE SYSTEM
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TKWT1528E

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AUDIO Wiring Diagram AUDIO


BASE SYSTEM FOR COUPE
AKS0010J

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TKWT1524E

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AUDIO

TKWT1525E

AV-12

AUDIO
BASE SYSTEM FOR ROADSTER
A

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TKWT1526E

AV-13

AUDIO

TKWT1527E

AV-14

AUDIO
BOSE SYSTEM FOR COUPE
A

AV

TKWT1529E

AV-15

AUDIO

TKWT1530E

AV-16

AUDIO
A

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TKWT1531E

AV-17

AUDIO

TKWT1532E

AV-18

AUDIO
A

AV

TKWT1533E

AV-19

AUDIO

TKWT1534E

AV-20

AUDIO
A

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TKWT1535E

AV-21

AUDIO
BOSE SYSTEM FOR ROADSTER

TKWT1536E

AV-22

AUDIO
A

AV

TKWT1537E

AV-23

AUDIO

TKWT1538E

AV-24

AUDIO
A

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TKWT1539E

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AUDIO

TKWT1540E

AV-26

AUDIO
A

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TKWT1541E

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AUDIO Terminals and Reference Value for Audio Unit for Base System
Terminal (Wire color) + Item Signal input/ output Condition Reference value Ignition switch Operation Example of symptom
AKS0010K

2 (L/R)*1 (W)*2

1 (B/W)*1 (B)*2

Audio sound signal front LH

Output

ON

Receive audio signal

No sound from front speaker LH and tweeter LH.


SKIA0177E

4 (Y/R)*1 (G)*2

3(R/W)*1 (R)*2

Audio sound signal front RH

Output

ON

Receive audio signal

No sound from front speaker RH and tweeter RH.


SKIA0177E

5 (G/W)

Ground

Antenna signal

Output

ON

More than approx.10V

Antenna amp. does not work properly. System does not work properly.

6 (Y)

Ground

Battery

Input

Illumination control switch is operated by lighting switch in 1st or 2nd position. Lighting switch ON (1st or 2nd position) Lighting switch OFF

Battery voltage

7 (R/Y)

Ground

Illumination control signal

Input

ON

Changes between approx.0V and approx.12V

Audio unit illumination can not be controlled.

Battery voltage

8 (R/L)

Ground

Lighting switch signal

Input

ON

Approx. 0V

Audio unit illumination does not function when lighting switch is ON (position 1). System does not work properly.

10 (LG)

Ground

ACC signal

Input

ACC

Battery voltage

14 (LG/R)*1 (BR)*2

13 (B/Y)*1 (B/R)*2

Audio sound signal rear LH

Output

ON

Receive audio signal

No sound from rear speaker LH.


SKIA0177E

16 (L/OR)*1 (L)*2

15 (B/P)*1 (P)*2

Audio sound signal rear RH

Output

ON

Receive audio signal

No sound from rear speaker RH.


SKIA0177E

q q

*1: Coupe with M/T without navigation system, VDC system and power seat for USA, or Roadster without navigation system. *2: Except *1

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AUDIO Terminals and Reference Value for Audio Unit for BOSE System
Terminal (Wire color) + Item Signal input/ output Condition Reference value Ignition switch Operation Example of symptom
AKS0010L

2 (W)

1 (B)

Audio sound signal front LH

Output

ON

Receive audio signal

No sound from front speaker LH and tweeter LH.


SKIA0177E

E
4 (G) 3 (R) Audio sound signal front RH Output ON Receive audio signal No sound from front speaker RH and tweeter RH.
SKIA0177E

5 (G/W)

Ground

Antenna signal Battery

Output

ON

More than approx. 10V

Antenna amp. does not work properly. System does not work properly. Audio unit illumination can not be controlled. Audio unit illumination does not function when lighting switch is ON (position 1). System does not work properly. BOSE speaker amp. does not work properly.

6 (Y)

Ground

Input

Battery voltage

7 (R/Y)

Ground

Illumination control signal

Input

ON

Illumination control switch is operChanges between approx.0V ated by lighting and approx.12V switch in 1st or 2nd position. Lighting switch ON (1st or 2nd position) Lighting switch OFF Battery voltage

8 (R/L)

Ground

Lighting switch signal

Input

ON

Approx.0V Approx.0V Battery voltage Approx.0V Battery voltage

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9 10 (LG) 11 12 (G/Y)

Ground Ground Ground Ground

Shield ACC signal Shield Amp. ON signal

Input Output

ON ACC ON ON

14 (BR)

13 (B/R)

Audio sound signal rear LH

Output

ON

Receive audio signal

No sound from rear speaker LH.

SKIA0177E

16 (L)

15 (P)

Audio sound signal rear RH

Output

ON

Receive audio signal

No sound from rear speaker RH.

SKIA0177E

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AUDIO
Terminal (Wire color) + AudioPilot ON/OFF signal Signal input/ output Condition Reference value Ignition switch Operation Turn AudioPilot OFF Output ON Turn AudioPilot ON More than approx.4.6V Less than approx.2.9V

Item

Example of symptom

17 (W/L)

Ground

AudioPilot does not operate properly

Terminals and Reference Value for BOSE Speaker Amp.


Terminal (wire color) Item + 11 (Y) 14 Ground Ground Battery Shield Signal input/ output Input Condition Ignition switch ON ON Reference value Operation Battery voltage Approx.0V

AKS0010M

Example of symptom System does not work properly.

17 (R/B)
*1

18 (R/W)*1 (L/G)*2

(L/Y)*2

Microphone signal

Input

ON

Microphone test operate

AudioPilot does not operate properly


PKIA2104E

19 (W/B)

20 (L/B)

Audio sound signal rear LH

Output

ON

Receive audio signal

No sound from Rear speaker LH.

SKIA0177E

21 (G)*1 (B/P)*2

22 (G/W)*1 (OR)*2

Audio sound signal rear RH

Output

ON

Receive audio signal

No sound from Rear speaker RH.

SKIA0177E

23 (B)

24 (W)

Audio sound signal front LH

Output

ON

Receive audio signal

No sound from front speaker LH and tweeter LH.


SKIA0177E

25 (BR)

26 (B/R)

Audio sound signal front RH

Output

ON

Receive audio signal

No sound from front speaker RH and tweeter RH.


SKIA0177E

27 (B)

Ground

Ground

ON

Approx.0V

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AUDIO
Terminal (wire color) + Signal input/ output Condition Reference value Ignition switch Operation

Item

Example of symptom

28 (W)

12 (OR)

Audio sound signal woofer

Output

ON

Receive audio signal

No sound from woofer.

SKIA0177E

D
AudioPilot does not operate properly. Woofer amp. does not work properly.

31 (Y/R)

Ground

AudioPilot ON/OFF signal

Input

ON

Turn AudioPilot OFF Turn AudioPilot ON

More than approx. 4.6V Less than approx. 2.9V

32 (G/R)*1 (G/Y)*2 Ground

External amp. control signal

Output

ON

Battery voltage

G
34 (L) 33 (P) Audio sound signal rear RH Input ON Receive audio signal No sound from rear speaker RH.

H
SKIA0177E

I
36 (Y/G)*1 (OR/L)*2 35 (Y/L)*1 (W/L)*2 Audio sound signal rear LH Input ON Receive audio signal No sound from rear speaker LH.

SKIA0177E

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No sound from front speaker RH and tweeter RH.
SKIA0177E

38 (G)

37 (R)

Audio sound signal front RH

Input

ON

Receive audio signal

40 (LG)

39 (PU)

Audio sound signal front LH

Input

ON

Receive audio signal

No sound from front speaker LH and tweeter LH.


SKIA0177E

41 (G/Y)*1 (G/R)*2 *1: Coupe *2: Roadster Ground

Control (SWB+)

Input

ON

Battery voltage

System does not work properly.

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AUDIO Terminals and Reference Value for Woofer Amp.


Terminal (wire color) + Item Signal input/ output Condition Reference value Ignition switch Operation Example of symptom
AKS009RD

2 (W)

1 (OR)

Audio sound signal woofer

Input

ON

Receive audio signal

No sound from woofer.

SKIA0177E

4 (L)

3 (Y)

Audio sound signal woofer

Output

ON

Receive audio signal

No sound from woofer.

SKIA0177E

6 (G/Y) 7 (B) 8 (R)

Ground Ground Ground

Amp. ON signal Ground Battery

Input Input

ON ON

Battery voltage Approx.0V Battery voltage

Woofer amp. does not work properly. Woofer amp. does not work properly.

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AUDIO Trouble Diagnosis


AKS0010P

The majority of the audio troubles are the result of outside causes (bad CD/cassette, electromagnetic interference, etc.). Check the inspection items below to diagnose the malfunction.

PROBLEM WITH RADIO, TAPE AND CD (BASE SYSTEM)


Symptom Inoperative
q

B
Possible cause
q

Check items Check that the ignition switch is in the ACC position. Check that the volume is not turned down. Check that the balance and fader control knobs are centered. Check corresponding audio unit and speaker circuit
q q

Audio unit Audio unit power circuit. Refer to AV-36, "Power Supply Circuit Inspection" . Audio unit Audio unit power circuit. Refer to AV-36, "Power Supply Circuit Inspection" . Open or short in harness between audio unit and speaker Speaker Audio unit Speaker Audio unit Each electrical equipment

q q

All speaker do not sound

One or several speaker does not sound.

Poor sound

Check that the bass and treble adjustment is centered.

q q q

Noisy

PROBLEM WITH RADIO, TAPE AND CD (BOSE SYSTEM)


Symptom Inoperative
q

Check items
q

Possible cause Audio unit Audio unit power circuit. Refer to AV-36, "Power Supply Circuit Inspection" . Audio unit Audio unit power circuit. Refer to AV-36, "Power Supply Circuit Inspection" . BOSE speaker amp. ON signal BOSE speaker amp. ground circuit BOSE speaker amp.

Check that the ignition switch is in the ACC position.

q q q

Check that the volume is not turned down.


q

All speaker do not sound


q q

Check that the balance and fader control knobs are centered.
q

Check BOSE speaker amp. ON signal


q

Check BOSE speaker amp. ground circuit


q

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Check corresponding speaker as following:


q

One or several speaker does not sound.

Check corresponding audio unit and BOSE speaker amp. circuit Check corresponding BOSE speaker amp. and speaker circuit

Open or short in harness between audio unit and BOSE speaker amp. Open or short in harness between BOSE speaker amp. and speaker Speaker Woofer amp. ON signal Open or short in harness between woofer amp. and woofer Open or short in harness between BOSE speaker amp. and woofer amp. Woofer amp. ground circuit Woofer amp. Woofer Audio unit BOSE speaker amp. Speaker Audio unit BOSE speaker amp. Each electrical equipment

q q q q

Check woofer amp. ON signal Check BOSE speaker amp. and woofer amp. circuit Check woofer amp. ground circuit
q

Woofer does not sound

q q q q

Poor sound

Check that the bass and treble adjustment is centered.

q q q

Noisy

q q

AV-33

AUDIO
FOR RADIO ONLY
Symptom Check items
q q

Possible cause Audio unit Antenna feeder Antenna amplifier Antenna Audio unit Antenna feeder Antenna amplifier Antenna Noise prevention parts Each electrical equipment Wire harness of each piece of electrical equipment Audio unit Audio unit power circuit. Refer to AV36, "Power Supply Circuit Inspection" .

No sound

Check that the radio is tuned to a station's frequency.


q q q q

q q

Check that the radio is tuned to a station's frequency. Check that the signal of the received station is not weak. Check whether or not the malfunction occurs only in a particular area. (Note)

q q q q q

Noisy
q

Selected radio stations stored in memory are deleted

NOTE: This is noise resulting from variations in field strength, such as fading noise and multi-path noise, or external noise from trains and other sources. It is not a malfunction. q Fading noise: This noise occurs because of variations in the field strength in a narrow range due to mountains or buildings blocking the signal. q Multi-path noise: This noise results from the waves sent directly from the broadcast station arriving at the antenna at a different time from the waves which reflect off of mountains or buildings.

FOR CASSETTE PLAYER ONLY


Symptom
q

Check items Check that a cassette tape is not already inserted. Check that the cassette has no deformation or other malfunction. Check that the cassette has no deformation or other malfunction. Check that the cassette tape does not sag. There is a problem with tape winding. Check that there is no slack or other malfunction. Check that an old cassette tape is not being used. Check that the cassette tape itself does not have a lot of noise, or that the tape does not have a low recording level. Check that the tune is recorded on tape with Dolby B NR OFF and played with Dolby B NR ON. Check that the sound quality of the cassette tape itself is not poor. Check that there is no tape winding problem, sagging, stretching, or other malfunction. Check that there is no problem with the recording speed of the cassette tape. Check that the cassette tape has been recorded on.
q q

Possible cause Audio unit Audio unit power circuit. Refer to AV-36, "Power Supply Circuit Inspection" .

Cassette tape cannot be inserted.


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Cassette tape cannot be ejected.


q

Auto reverse does not work, or the tape direction changes in the middle of play. There is much noise.

q q

The sound is not clear.


q q

Audio unit

Sound fluctuates/tape speed not correct No sound.

AV-34

AUDIO
FOR CD ONLY
Symptom CD cannot be inserted. Check items Check that a CD is not already inserted.
q q

Possible cause Audio unit Audio unit power circuit. Refer to AV-36, "Power Supply Circuit Inspection" .

CD cannot be ejected.

The CD cannot be played.


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Check that the CD is not upside down. Check that there is no dirt, damage, or water on the disc. Check that there is no dirt, damage, or water on the disc. Check that the trouble is not due to strong vibration.
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Audio unit

The sound skips, stops suddenly, or is distorted.

q q

Noise Inspection

The vehicle itself can be a source of noise if noise prevention parts or electrical equipment is malfunction. Check if noise is caused and/or changed by engine speed, ignition switch turned to each position, and operation of each piece of electrical equipment, and determine the cause. NOTE: The source of the noise can be found easily by listening to the noise while removing the fuses of electrical components, one by one.

TYPE OF NOISE AND POSSIBLE CAUSE


Occurrence condition A continuous growling noise occurs. The speed of the noise varies with changes in the engine speed. Occurs only when engine is ON. A whistling noise occurs while the engine speed is high. A booming noise occurs while the engine is running and the lighting switch is ON.
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Possible cause Ignition condenser.

Alternator Fuel pump condenser Relay malfunction, radio malfunction Motor case ground Motor Poor ground of antenna amplifier or antenna feeder line Ground wire of body parts. Ground due to part installation problem Wiring connections or a short circuit

The occurrence of the noise is linked with the operation of the fuel pump. Noise only occurs when various electrical components are operating. A cracking or snapping sound occurs with the operation of various switches. The noise occurs when various motors are operating.

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AV

The noise occurs constantly, not just under certain conditions.

A cracking or snapping sound occurs while the vehicle is being driven, especially when it is vibrating excessively.

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AV-35

AUDIO Power Supply Circuit Inspection


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1. CHECK FUSE
q

Check that the following fuses of the BOSE speaker amp., Audio unit and woofer amp. are not blown.
Terminals Unit Connector Audio unit BOSE speaker amp. Woofer amp. M40 T6 B32 Terminal (Wire color) 6 (Y) 10 (LG) 11 (Y) 8 (R) Signal name Battery Ignition switch ACC or ON Battery Battery Fuse No. 37 6 37 17

OK or NG OK >> GO TO 2. NG >> If fuse is blown, be sure to eliminate cause of problem before installing new fuse. Refer to PG-4, "POWER SUPPLY ROUTING CIRCUIT" .

2. POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT CHECK


1. Check voltage between the audio unit and ground.
Terminal No. Unit Connector (+) Terminal (Wire color) 6 (Y) Audio unit M40 10 (LG) Ground (-) Battery voltage 0V Battery voltage Battery voltage Battery voltage Battery voltage
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OFF

ACC

ON

Ground

2.

Check voltage between BOSE speaker amp., woofer amp. and ground.(BOSE system)
Terminal No. Unit Connector (+) Terminal (Wire color) 11 (Y) Ground B32 8 (R)
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(-)

OFF

ACC

ON

BOSE speaker amp. Woofer amp.

T6

Battery voltage

Battery voltage

Battery voltage

OK or NG OK >> q INSPECTION END (Base system). q GO TO 3 (BOSE system). NG >> Repair or replace harness.

AV-36

AUDIO

3. GROUND CIRCUIT CHECK


1. 2. 3. Turn ignition switch OFF. Disconnect BOSE speaker amp. connector and woofer amp. connector. Check continuity between BOSE speaker amp. harness connector T6 terminal 27 (B) and ground Continuity should exist. 4. Check continuity between woofer amp. harness connector B32 terminal 7 (B) and ground Continuity should exist. OK or NG OK >> INSPECTION END. NG >> Repair or replace harness.

SKIA8745E

AudioPilot Does Not Work

AKS0030W

1. AUDIO UNIT CHECK


Check AudioPilot turns ON. OK or NG OK >> GO TO 2. NG >> Turn AudioPilot ON.

2. HARNESS CHECK
1. 2. 3. Turn ignition switch OFF. Disconnect audio unit connector and BOSE speaker amp. connector. Check continuity between audio unit harness connector M39 terminal 17 (W/L) and BOSE speaker amp. harness connector T7 terminal 31 (Y/R). Continuity should exist. 4. Check continuity between audio unit harness connector M39 terminal 17 (W/L) and ground. Continuity should not exist. OK or NG OK >> GO TO 3. NG >> Repair or replace harness.
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AV

3. AUDIOPILOT SIGNAL CHECK


1. 2. 3. Connect audio unit connector and BOSE speaker amp. connector. Turn ignition switch ON. Check voltage signal between audio unit harness connector M39 terminal 17 (W/L) and ground. Less than approx. 2.9V OK or NG OK >> GO TO 4. NG >> Replace audio unit.

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AV-37

AUDIO

4. MICROPHONE CIRCUIT CHECK1


1. 2. 3. Turn ignition switch OFF Disconnect BOSE speaker amp. and microphone connector. Check continuity between BOSE speaker amp. harness connector T7 terminal 17 (R/B for Coupe, L/Y for Roadster) and microphone harness connector E123 terminal 1 (L/Y). Continuity should exist. 4. Check continuity between BOSE speaker amp. harness connector T7 terminal 17 (R/B for Coupe, L/Y for Roadster) and ground. Continuity should not exist. OK or NG OK >> GO TO 5. NG >> Repair or replace harness.
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5. MICROPHONE CIRCUIT CHECK2


1. Check continuity between BOSE speaker amp. harness connector T7 terminal 18 (R/W for Coupe, L/G for Roadster) and microphone harness connector E123 terminal 2 (L/G). Continuity should exist. 2. Check continuity between BOSE speaker amp. harness connector T7 terminal 18 (R/W for Coupe, L/G for Roadster) and ground. Continuity should not exist. OK or NG OK >> GO TO 6. NG >> Repair or replace harness.
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6. MICROPHONE SIGNAL CHECK


1. 2. Turn ignition switch ON. Check voltage signal between BOSE speaker amp. harness connector T7 terminal 17 (R/B for Coupe, L/Y for Roadster) and 18 (R/W for Coupe, L/G for Roadster) with CONSULT-ll or oscilloscope, when inputting some sounds (voice, etc.) toward the microphone. 17 18 : Refer to AV-30, "Terminals and Reference Value for BOSE Speaker Amp." .

Does the voltage signal change with sounds? Yes >> Replace BOSE speaker amp. No >> Replace microphone.

SKIA3104E

Audio System Does Not Turn On.

AKS0010S

1. SELF-DIAGNOSIS
Check power supply circuit. Refer to AV-36, "Power Supply Circuit Inspection" . OK or NG OK >> Replace audio unit. NG >> Power supply circuit check.

AV-38

AUDIO Removal and Installation of Audio Unit (Base system)


REMOVAL
1. 2. Remove cluster lid C. Refer to IP-10, "INSTRUMENT PANEL ASSEMBLY" . Remove screws (4), and remove audio unit.
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3.

Remove screws (8), and remove bracket.

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INSTALLATION
Install in the reverse order of removal.

Locking CD auto-changer mechanism (Audio unit of BOSE system)

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CAUTION: q Prior to removing a malfunctioning CD auto-changer unit (Audio unit of BOSE system) that will be J shipped for repair, the changer mechanism MUST BE LOCKED to prevent the mechanism from being damaged during shipping. q If a CD is jammed or unable to be removed from the unit, do NOT lock the changer mechanism. If AV the unit is to be shipped for repair, carefully package the unit to prevent vibration and shock.

DAMPER LOCK PROCEDURE


Eject and remove any CDs from the Audio unit (BOSE system). Turn ignition switch OFF. Wait until Audio unit (BOSE system) display is off and mechanism stops moving (mechanism sound stops). 3. Press any one of the disc selection buttons once. When a display shows on the Audio unit (BOSE system), press the same disc selection button again within 5 seconds. q The changer mechanism will lock itself within 10 seconds. 4. After mechanism stops moving (mechanism sound stops), open the driver and passenger window, and then disconnect negative battery cable. CAUTION: After the battery cables are disconnected, do not open/close the driver and/or front passenger door with the window in the full up position. The automatic window adjusting function will not work and the side roof panel may be damaged. NOTE: After installing a new or remanufactured Audio unit (BOSE system), switching the Audio unit (BOSE system) ON will automatically unlock the mechanism. A special unlocking procedure is not required. 1. 2.
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AV-39

AUDIO Removal and Installation of Audio Unit (BOSE system)


REMOVAL
1. 2. 3. Perform damper lock operation. Refer to AV-39, "Locking CD auto-changer mechanism (Audio unit of BOSE system)" . Remove cluster lid C. Refer to IP-10, "INSTRUMENT PANEL ASSEMBLY" . Remove screws (4), and remove audio unit.
AKS0010V

PKIA1766E

4.

Remove screws (8), and remove bracket. CAUTION: q When carrying audio unit body, do not touch internal mechanism access from cassette tape slot. q Be careful not to allow foreign matter from cassette tape slot.

PKIA1767E

INSTALLATION
Install in the reverse order of removal.

Removal and Installation of Door Speaker


REMOVAL
1. 2. Remove door finisher. Refer to EI-29, "Removal and Installation" . Remove screws (3) and remove door speaker.

AKS0010Y

PKIA1768E

INSTALLATION
Install in the reverse order of removal.

AV-40

AUDIO Removal and Installation of Rear Speaker


REMOVAL
1. Remove luggage floor finisher upper (front) in case of Coupe, and refer to EI-34, "Removal and Installation (for Coupe Models)" , and remove luggage floor finisher upper in case of Roadster, and refer to EI-36, "Removal and Installation (for Roadster Models)" . Remove screws (4) and remove rear speaker.
AKS002ZT

2.

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PKIA1770E

INSTALLATION
Install in the reverse order of removal.

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AKS00110

Removal and Installation of Tweeter


REMOVAL
1. 2. Remove corner cover inner. Refer to GW-87, "Removal and Installation" . Remove screws (2), and remove tweeter from corner cover inner.

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PKIA1772E

INSTALLATION
Install in the reverse order of removal.

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AKS00111

Removal and Installation of Woofer and Speaker Amp. (BOSE System)


REMOVAL Woofer Assembly
1. Remove luggage floor finisher lower in case of Coupe, and refer to EI-34, "Removal and Installation (for Coupe Models)" , and remove luggage floor finisher lower in case of Roadster, and refer to EI-36, "Removal and Installation (for Roadster Models)" . Remove woofer mounting screws (4), and remove woofer. Remove bracket mounting bolts (12), and remove bracket. Remove amp. mounting bolts (2), and remove woofer speaker amp. from bracket.

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2. 3. 4.

PKIA1773E

Woofer or Woofer Speaker Amp. Only


1. Remove luggage floor finisher mask in case of Coupe, and refer to EI-34, "Removal and Installation (for Coupe Models)" , and remove luggage floor finisher mask in case of Roadster, and refer toEI-36, "Removal and Installation (for Roadster Models)" . Remove woofer mounting screws (4), and remove woofer. Remove amp. mounting bolts (2), and remove woofer speaker amp. from bracket.

2. 3.

AV-41

AUDIO
INSTALLATION
Install in the reverse order of removal, taking care of the following point. Bracket mounting bolt: : 9 Nm (0.92 kg-m, 80 in-lb)

Removal and Installation of BOSE Speaker Amp.


REMOVAL
1. Remove trunk side box in case of Coupe, and refer to EI-34, "Removal and Installation (for Coupe Models)" , and remove trunk side box in case of Roadster, and refer to EI-43, "Removal and Installation" . Remove luggage floor carpet and spare tire cover in case of Coupe, and refer to EI-34, "Removal and Installation (for Coupe Models)" , and remove trunk floor carpet and spare tire cover in case of Roadster, and refer to EI-43, "Removal and Installation" . Remove nuts (3), and remove BOSE speaker amp. from trunk room floor. Remove bolts (4), and remove bracket.

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2.

3. 4.

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PKIA1775E

INSTALLATION
Install in the reverse order of removal.

Removal and Installation of Microphone


REMOVAL
1. 2. Remove steering column lower cover. Refer to IP-10, "INSTRUMENT PANEL ASSEMBLY" . Remove screws (3), and remove microphone.

AKS00376

PKIA1785E

INSTALLATION
Install in the reverse order of removal.

AV-42

AUDIO ANTENNA AUDIO ANTENNA System Description


With the ignition switch in ACC or ON, power is supplied q through 10A fuse [No. 6, located in the fuse block (J/B)] q to audio unit terminal 10. Ground is supplied through the case of the antenna amp. When the radio switch is turned ON, antenna signal is supplied q through audio unit terminal 5 q to the antenna amp. terminal 1. Then the antenna amp. is activated. The amplified radio signals are supplied to the audio unit through the antenna amp.
PFP:28200

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AKS00113

AV

AV-43

AUDIO ANTENNA Wiring Diagram M/ANT


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AV-44

AUDIO ANTENNA Location of Antenna


AKS00115

PKIA1776E

Removal and Installation of Antenna Amp.


REMOVAL
1. Remove luggage side finisher lower (LH) in case of Coupe, and refer to EI-34, "Removal and Installation (for Coupe Models)" , and remove trunk front finisher in case of Roadster, and refer to EI-43, "Removal and Installation" . Remove luggage floor carpet and spare tire cover in case of Coupe, and refer to EI-34, "Removal and Installation (for Coupe Models)" , and remove trunk floor carpet and spare tire cover in case of Roadster, and refer to EI-43, "Removal and Installation" . Remove screw (1) and remove antenna amp.

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AV

2.

3.

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SKIA8757E

INSTALLATION
Install in the reverse order of removal.

AV-45

AUDIO ANTENNA Removal and Installation of Antenna


AKS002ZZ

PKIA1778E

1. 4.

Antenna rod Antenna assembly

2. 5.

Antenna nut Screw

3.

Antenna base

REMOVAL
1. Remove luggage side finisher lower (LH) in case of Coupe, and refer to EI-34, "Removal and Installation (for Coupe Models)" , and remove trunk front finisher in case of Roadster, and refer to EI-43, "Removal and Installation" . Remove antenna rod and remove antenna nut. Disconnect antenna amp. plug. Remove screw and remove antenna assembly. Remove antenna base.

2. 3. 4. 5.

INSTALLATION
Install in the reverse order of removal.

AV-46

NAVIGATION SYSTEM NAVIGATION SYSTEM System Description


T he navigation system periodically calculates the vehicle's current position according to the following three signals: Travel distance of the vehicle as determined by the vehicle speed sensor, turning angle of the vehicle as determined by the gyroscope (angular velocity sensor), and the direction of vehicle travel as determined by the GPS antenna (GPS information). The current position of the vehicle is then identified by comparing the calculated vehicle position with map data read from the map DVDROM, which is stored in the DVD-ROM drive (map-matching), and indicated on the screen with a current-location mark.
SKIA0370E

PFP:25915

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AKS00117

By comparing the vehicle position detection results found by the GPS and by map-matching, more accurate vehicle position data can be used. The current vehicle position will be calculated by detecting the distance the vehicle moved from the previous calculation point and its direction.

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SEL684V

TRAVEL DISTANCE
Travel distance calculations are based on the vehicle speed sensor input signal. Therefore, the calculation may become incorrect as the tires wear down. To prevent this, an automatic distance fine adjustment function has been adopted.

TRAVEL DIRECTION

Change in the travel direction of the vehicle is calculated by a gyroscope (angular velocity sensor) and a GPS antenna (GPS information). As the gyroscope and GPS antenna have both merit and demerit, input signals AV from them are prioritized in each situation. However, this order of priority may change in accordance with more detailed travel conditions so that the travel direction is detected more accurately.
Type Gyroscope (angular velocity sensor)
q

Advantage Can detect the vehicle's turning angle quite accurately. Can detect the vehicle's travel direction (North/South/East/West).
q

Disadvantage Direction errors may accumulate when the vehicle is driven for long distances without stopping. Correct direction cannot be detected when the vehicle speed is low.

GPS antenna (GPS information)

MAP-MATCHING
Map-matching is a function that repositions the vehicle on the road map when a new location is judged to be the most accurate. This is done by comparing the current vehicle position, calculated by the method described in the position detection principle, with the road map data around the vehicle, read from the map DVD-ROM stored in the DVD-ROM drive. Therefore, the vehicle position may not be corrected after the vehicle is driven over a certain distance or time in which GPS information is hard to receive. In this case, the current-location mark on the display must be corrected manually. CAUTION: The road map data is based on data stored in the map DVDROM.

SEL685V

AV-47

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
q

In map-matching, alternative routes to reach the destination will be shown and prioritized, after the road on which the vehicle is currently driven has been judged and the current-location mark has been repositioned. If there is an error in distance and/or direction, the alternative routes will be shown in different order of priority, and the wrong road can be avoided. If two roads are running in parallel, they are of the same priority. Therefore, the current-location mark may appear on either of them alternately, depending on maneuvering of the steering wheel and configuration of the road. Map-matching does not function correctly when the road on which the vehicle is driving is new and not recorded in the map DVD-ROM, or when the road pattern stored in the map data and the actual road pattern are different due to repair. When driving on a road not present in the map, the map-matching function may find another road and position the current-location mark on it. Then, when the correct road is detected, the current-location mark may leap to it. Effective range for comparing the vehicle position and travel direction calculated by the distance and direction with the road data read from the map DVD-ROM is limited. Therefore, when there is an excessive gap between the current vehicle position and the position on the map, correction by map-matching is not possible.

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GPS (GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM)


GPS (Global Positioning System) has been developed and controlled by the US Department of Defense. The system utilizes GPS satellite (NAVSTAR), sending out radio waves while flying on an orbit around the earth at the height of approx. 21,000 km (13,000miles). The GPS receiver calculates the vehicle's position in three dimensions (latitude/longitude/altitude) according to the time lag of the radio waves received from four or more GPS satellites (three-dimensional positioning). If radio waves were received only from three GPS satellites, the GPS receiver calculates the vehicle's position in two dimensions (latitude/longitude), utilizing the altitude data calculated previously by using radio waves from four or more GPS satelSEL526V lites (two-dimensional positioning). Accuracy of the GPS will deteriorate under the following conditions. q In two-dimensional positioning, the GPS accuracy will deteriorate when the altitude of the vehicle position changes. q There may be an error of approximately 100m (300ft) in position detected by three-dimensional positioning, which is more accurate than two-dimensional positioning. The accuracy can be even lower depending on the arrangement of the GPS satellites utilized for the positioning. q Position detection is not possible when the vehicle is in an area where radio waves from the GPS satellite do not reach, such as in a tunnel, parking lot in a building, and under an elevated highway. Radio waves from the GPS satellites may not be received when some object is located over the GPS antenna. q Position correction by GPS is not available while the vehicle is stopped.

AV-48

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
COMPONENT DESCRIPTION NAVI Control Unit
q

The gyro (angular speed sensor) and the DVD-ROM drive are built-in units that control the navigation functions. Signals are received from the gyro, the vehicle speed sensor, and the GPS antenna. Vehicle location is determined by combining this data with the data contained in the DVD-ROM map. Locational information is shown on LCD(liquid crystal display) screen.

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PKIA0248E

DVD-ROM Drive
Maps, traffic control regulations, and other pertinent information can be easily read from the DVD-ROM disc.

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PKIA0249E

Map DVD-ROM
q q

The map DVD-ROM has maps, traffic control regulations, and other pertinent information. To improve DVD-ROM map matching and route determination functions, the DVD-ROM uses an exclusive Nissan format. Therefore, the use of a DVD-ROM provided by other manufacturers cannot be used. The oscillator gyro sensor is used to detect changes in vehicle steering angle. The gyro is built into the NAVI control unit.

Gyro (Angular Speed Sensor)


q q

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AV-49

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
BIRD VIEW
The BIRD VIEW provides a detailed and easily seen display of road conditions covering the vehicle's immediate to distant area. q MAP DISPLAY

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BIRD VIEW

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Description
q

Display area: Trapezoidal representation showing approximate distances (Wn, D, and Wd). Ten horizontal grid lines indicate display width while six vertical grid lines indicate display depth and direction. Drawing line area shows open space, depth, and immediate front area. Each area is to a scale of approximately 5:6:25. Pushing the ZOOM IN button during operation displays the scale change and the view point height on the left side of the screen. The height of the view point increases or decreases when ZOOM or WIDE is selected with the joystick.

SEL691V

AV-50

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
MAP DISPLAY
Function of each icon is as follows: 1. Azimuth indication. 2. Position marker. The tip of the arrow shows the current position. The shaft of the arrow indicates the direction in which the vehicle is traveling. 3. GPS reception signal (indicates current reception conditions). 4. Distance display (shows the distance in a reduced scale).
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FUNCTION OF NAVI SWITCH Display with Pushed DEST Switch


q

Easy Mode
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Expert Mode

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AV-51

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
The function of each icon is as follows:
Icon Address Book Address/Street Point of Interest (POI) Previous Dest. Intersection City Map Phone Number Home Help MODE Easy Expert Favorite place can be saved to memory. The destination can be searched from the address. The destination of favorite facility can be searched. The previous ten destinations stored in memory are displayed. The destination can be searched from the intersection. The destination can be searched from city name. The destination can be searched from the map. When two or more countries are included in one DVD-ROM, the destination can be searched for under the country name. Sets the home as a destination. Explanation of Navigational functions appear on the Display. Description

Display with Pushed ROUTE Switch


q

Easy Mode

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Expert Mode

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AV-52

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
The function of each icon is as follows:
Icon Quick Stop Where am I? MODE Easy Expert The selected facility is set as the destination or waypoint. (Route guidance has been turned OFF or the destination has been reached) Next, current and previous street names can be displayed. The following items can be set.
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A
Description

Complete Route Turn List Route Simulation

Route Info.*

q q

(Displayed only when the destination area has been set.) Edit Route* Help Change the destination or add the transit points of the route set in the route guide. (Displayed only when the automatic reroute function has been turned OFF and the recommended route is not followed.) Explanation of Navigational functions appear on the Display.

*: When destinations have been entered, route guidance has been turned OFF or destination has been reached, Route Info. and Edit Route are not displayed.

Display with Pushed SETTING Switch

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The function of each icon is as follows:


Icon Display Language/Unit Navigation Short Menus Guidance Volume Help (only easy mode) Settings of display can be performed. Settings of Language or unit can be performed. Settings and adjusting of navigation can be performed. Easy Mode and Expert Easy Mode can be switched. The volume and/or on/off of voice prompt can be controlled by the joystick. Explanation of Navigational Functions Appear on the Display. Description

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AV-53

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
Display with Pushed INFO Switch
Push INFO switch to display maintenance information. q Engine Oil and Oil Filter are displayed as Maintenance information.

SKIA4634E

Display Setting
How To Perform Navigation Setting 1. Start the engine. 2. Push SETTING switch. 3. Select Display. q Brightness, contrast, or map background setting can be changed. q Display sleep mode ON/OFF can be switched. q Display sleep mode timer can be set.

SKIA2064E

Language Setting
How To Perform Navigation Setting 1. Start the engine. 2. Push SETTING switch. 3. Select Language. q Language setting can be switched. q Unit setting can be changed.

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Navigation Setting
How To Perform Navigation Setting 1. Start the engine. 2. Push SETTING switch. 3. Select Navigation.

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AV-54

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
Application Items
Icon View Heading Nearby Display Icons Save Current Location Adjust Current Location Auto Re-route ON/OFF Avoid Area Setting Button Tone/Beep Response Clear Memory Edit Address Book Map display mode can be switched. Heading of the map display can be customized for either north heading or the actual driving direction of the vehicle. Icons of facilities can be displayed. Facilities to be displayed can be selected from the variety selections. Current vehicle location can be registered in Address Book. Current location of position marker can be adjusted. Direction of position marker also can be calibrated when heading direction of the vehicle on the display is not matched with the actual direction. ON/OFF of Auto Re-route can be switched. A particular area can be avoided when routing. Button tone can be selected ON/OFF. Address Book, Previous destination or Avoid area can be deleted. Address Book can be edited. The GPS data includes longitude, latitude and altitude (distance above sea level) of the present vehicle position, and current date and time for the area in which the vehicle is being driven. Also indicated are the GPS reception conditions and the GPS satellite position. One facility of your selection can be added to your Quick Stop. Average vehicle speed can be set to calibrate estimated journey time for the destination. Tracking to the present vehicle position can be displayed. Description Reference page AV-55

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GPS Information

AV-58

Quick Stop Customer Setting Set Average speed Tracking

AV-58 AV-58 AV-59

VIEW MODE
1. Select Bird view or Plan view icon. q To open the map screen display with Bird View, select Bird View. q To open the map screen display with Plan View, select Plan View.

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SKIA0554E

HEADING MODE
q q

To display North up, select North up. To display the car heading up, select Heading up.

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AV-55

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
NEARBY DISPLAY ICONS MODE
q

Select an icon to display on the map screen.

SKIA0562E

SAVE CURRENT LOCATION MODE


q

The current vehicle location can be registered in Address Book. NOTE: Address Book can store 50 items max.

SKIA2050E

ADJUST CURRENT LOCATION MODE


1. Select an icon right or left to calibrate the heading direction. (Arrow marks will rotate corresponding to the calibration key.)

SKIA2049E

2.

Select Set. Then the vehicle mark will be matched to the arrow mark.

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AV-56

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
AUTO RE-ROUTE MODE
q q

To Perform the auto re-route of route, select On. Not to Perform the auto re-route of route, select Off.

SKIA0558E

AVOID AREA SETTING MODE


q

Areas to avoid can be registered.

SKIA2058E

BUTTON TONE/BEEP RESPONSE MODE


q q

If beep is required, select On. If no beep is required, select Off.

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SKIA2059E

CLEAR MEMORY MODE


q

To delete all the stored places in Address Book, Avoid Area and Previous Dest, select Yes.

SKIA0566E

AV-57

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
EDIT ADDRESS BOOK MODE
q

Edit the items registered in Address Book.

SKIA2057E

GPS INFORMATION MODE


q

Latitude, longitude, altitude, astrometric state, and satellite location are displayed as GPS information. NOTE: Altitude is displayed only in three-dimensional status.

SKIA0555E

QUICK STOP CUSTOMER SETTING MODE


q

Select a category for the Quick Stop menu.

SKIA3567E

SET AVERAGE SPEED MODE


q

Set the average vehicle speed to calibrate the estimated journey time for the destination. Set three items; Freeway, Main Roads, and Ordinary Roads.

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AV-58

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
TRACKING MODE
To leave no trail on the map, select Off. q To leave a trail in the map, select On. NOTE: When a trail display is turned OFF, trail data is erased from the memory.
q

SKIA0559E

GUIDE VOLUME SETTING Description


Following voice guidance setting can be changed.

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SKIA3207E

Activation/Deactivation Setting
q

The voice prompt can be turned on/off by Pushing the Guidance Volume button. Volume of the voice can be controlled by bending the joystick to left/right.
AKS00118

Voice Volume Setting


q

Precautions for NAVI Control Unit Replacement


q q

When replacing the NAVI control unit, eject the map DVD-ROM before disconnecting the battery. AV The NAVI control unit has the following information stored in its memory. Record the memory contents before replacing the control unit, and input them in the new unit as necessary. <Image quality>
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<Navigation mode>

q q q

Brightness of light when ON/OFF Dimming switching Display color switching Latest status (map screen/bird view, reduced scale, rotation angle of map screen, route guide ON/OFF, track ON/OFF, etc.) Current position Destination, passing point 1 - 5 Registered places, their names, etc.

NOTE: Only removing the battery does not erase the memory.

AV-59

NAVIGATION SYSTEM Component Parts and Harness Connector Location


AKS00119

SKIA8806E

AV-60

NAVIGATION SYSTEM Schematic


AKS0011A

AV

TKWT1543E

AV-61

NAVIGATION SYSTEM Wiring Diagram NAVI


FOR COUPE
AKS0011B

TKWT1544E

AV-62

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
A

AV

TKWT1545E

AV-63

NAVIGATION SYSTEM

TKWT1546E

AV-64

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
A

AV

TKWT1547E

AV-65

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
FOR ROADSTER

TKWT1548E

AV-66

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
A

AV

TKWT1549E

AV-67

NAVIGATION SYSTEM

TKWT1550E

AV-68

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
A

AV

TKWT1551E

AV-69

NAVIGATION SYSTEM Terminals and Reference Value for NAVI Control Unit
q q
AKS0011D

Measure using circuit tester and oscilloscope. Measure with connector connected unless otherwise specified. CAUTION: Confirm voltage between negative terminal on each unit and ground is approximately 0V. If ignition switch ON is required in measurement condition, measure with engine running to prevent battery discharge.
Terminal No. (wire color) Item (+) 1 (B) 2 (Y) 3 (Y) 4 (B) 5 (B/Y) 6 (LG) 7 (R/Y)*1 (LG)*2 Ground Ground Ground Ground Battery Ground Ground ACC signal Display cover ON signal Input Input ON ON ACC Display cover is opened Except for above Battery voltage Approx. 0V Approx. 0V Battery voltage Approx. 5V Approx. 0V () Ground Ground Signal input/ output Condition Ignition switch ON Reference value Operation Approx. 0V System does not work properly. System does not work properly. Display does not work properly. Example of symptom

Ground

Input

ON

(L/B)*1

(GY)*2

Ground

Vehicle speed signal (2pulse)

Input

ON

When vehicle speed is approx. 40 km/h (25 MPH)


SKIA0168E

Navigation current-location mark does not indicate the correct position.

9 (PU)*1 (R/L)*2

Ground

Illumination signal

Input

ON

Lighting switch position 1st or 2nd Lighting switch position OFF Select R-position

Battery voltage Approx. 0V Battery voltage

Night illumination for switches does not illuminate. The navigation current-location mark moves strangely when the vehicle is moving backwards.

11(BR)*1 (OR)*2

Ground

Reverse signal

Input

ON

Other position

Approx. 0V

12 (OR)

13 (SB)

Voice guide signal

Output

ON

Push the VOICE switch.

Only route guide and operation guide are not heard.


SKIA0171J

14 (L)

17

RGB area signal

output

ON

Push the D/N switch.

RGB screen is not shown.

SKIA0162E

AV-70

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
Terminal No. (wire color) (+) () Signal input/ output Condition Reference value Ignition switch Operation

Item

Example of symptom

B
Select Color bar of CONFIRMATION/ ADJUSTMENT function.
SKIA0167E

15 (R)

17

RGB signal (B: blue)

Output

ON

RGB screen looks yellowish.

17

Ground

Ground (RGB)

ON

Approx. 0V

E
RGB signal (R: red) Select Color bar of CONFIRMATION/ ADJUSTMENT function.
SKIA0165E

18 (B)

17

Output

ON

RGB screen looks bluish.

G
RGB synchronizing signal

20 (P)

17

Output

ON

Push the MAP switch.

RGB screen is rolling.

SKIA0164E

21 (W)

17

RGB signal (G: green)

Output

ON

Select Color bar of CONFIRMATION/ ADJUSTMENT function.


SKIA0166E

RGB screen looks reddish.

AV
Vehicle information setting is not possible.

27 (SB)*1 (PU)*2 31 32 (B/Y) Ground Ground Ground Ground ON ON Approx. 0V Approx. 0V Ground IGN signal Input ON Battery voltage

33 (G)

31

Communication signal (DISP - NAVI)

Input

ON

Push the INFO switch.

Maintenance information screen is not shown.


SKIA0831E

34 (B/Y)

Ground

Ground

ON

Approx. 0V

35 (B)

31

Communication signal (NAVI -DISP)

Output

ON

Push the INFO switch.

Maintenance information screen is not shown.


SKIA0832E

AV-71

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
Terminal No. (wire color) (+) () Signal input/ output Condition Reference value Ignition switch Operation

Item

Example of symptom

37 (BR)

Ground

Voice guide ON signal

Output

ON

Push the VOICE switch

Only route guide and operation guide are not heard.


SKIA0834E

40 (B/OR)

Ground

Ground

ON

Approx. 0V

Navigation system GPS correction is not possible.

56 (GY)

Ground

GPS antenna signal

Input

ON

Connector is not connected.

Approx. 5V

*1 : Coupe *2 : Roadster

Terminals and Reference Value for Display Unit


Terminal No. (wire color) (+) () Item Signal input/ output Condition Reference value Ignition switch Operation

AKS0011E

Example of symptom

1 (L/R)

RGB signal (R: red)

Input

ON

Select Color bar of CONFIRMATION/ ADJUSTMENT function.


SKIA0165E

RGB screen looks bluish.

2 (L)

RGB signal (G: green)

Input

ON

Select Color bar of CONFIRMATION/ ADJUSTMENT function.


SKIA0166E

RGB screen looks reddish.

3 (L/W)

RGB signal (B: blue)

Input

ON

Select Color bar of CONFIRMATION/ ADJUSTMENT function.


SKIA0167E

RGB screen looks yellowish.

Ground

RGB Ground

ON

Approx. 0V

7 (B/R)

RGB synchronizing signal

Input

ON

Push the MAP switch.

RGB screen is rolling.

SKIA0164E

AV-72

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
Terminal No. (wire color) (+) () Signal input/ output Condition Reference value Ignition switch Operation

Item

Example of symptom

8 (W/R)

Ground

RGB area signal

Input

ON

Push the D/N switch.

RGB screen is not shown.

SKIA0162E

D
Vehicle information screen is not shown.

15 (R)

Ground

Communication signal (DISP-NAVI)

Output

ON

Push the INFO switch.

SKIA0835E

16 (P/L)

17

Communication signal (NAVI-DISP)

Input

ON

Push the INFO switch.

Vehicle information screen is not shown.


SKIA0832E

17 19 (LG)

Ground Ground

Shield ACC signal

Input

ON ACC

Approx. 0V Battery voltage

System does not work properly. System does not work properly. System does not work properly.

21 (Y) 22 (B) 23 (Y) 24 (B)

Ground Ground Ground Ground

Battery Ground Battery Ground

Input Input

ON ON

Battery voltage Approx. 0V Battery voltage Approx. 0V

AV

AV-73

NAVIGATION SYSTEM Terminals and Reference Value for NAVI Switch


Terminal No. (wire color) Item (+) 1 (LG) () Ground ACC signal Signal input/ output Input Condition Ignition switch ACC Reference value Operation Illumination control switch is operated by lighting switch in 1st or 2nd position. Battery voltage All operations do not work. Night illumination for switches does not illuminate. Example of symptom
AKS0011F

2 (R/L)

3 (R/Y)

Illumination signal

Input

ON

Changes between approx. 0V and approx. 12V

4 (R)

Ground

Communication signal (DISP-SW)

Input

ON

All operations do not work.

SKIA0835E

5 (G)

Ground

Communication signal (SW-NAVI)

Output

ON

All operations do not work.

SKIA0831E

7 (B)

Ground

Ground

ON

Approx. 0V

All operations do not work.

AV-74

NAVIGATION SYSTEM Self-Diagnosis Function


DESCRIPTION
q
AKS0011G

Diagnosis function consists of the self-diagnosis mode performed automatically and the CONFIRMATION/ ADJUSTMENT mode operated manually. Self-diagnosis mode checks for connections between the units constituting this system, analyzes each individual unit at the same time, and displays the results on the LCD screen. CONFIRMATION/ADJUSTMENT mode is used to perform trouble diagnosis that require operation and judgment by an operator (trouble that cannot be automatically judged by the system), to check/change the set value, and to display the History of Errors of the navigation system.

DIAGNOSIS ITEM
D
Mode
q

Description NAVI Control unit diagnosis (DVD-ROM drive will not be diagnosed when no map DVD-ROM is in it.). Performs diagnosis of each unit and connections between control unit and GPS antenna, as well as between control unit and each unit.

Self-diagnosis
q

Display diagnosis Vehicle signals Display Longitude & Latitude

Color tone and shading of the screen can be checked by the display of a color bar and a gray scale. Analyzes the following vehicle signals: Vehicle speed signal, light signal, ignition switch signal, and reverse signal. Display the map. Use the joystick to adjust position. Longitude and latitude will be displayed. Under ordinary conditions, the navigation system distance measuring function will automatically compensate for minute decreases in wheel and tire diameter caused by tire wear or low pressure. Speed calibration immediately restores system accuracy in cases such as when distance calibration is needed because of the use of tire chains in inclement weather. Corrects difference between actual turning angle of a vehicle and turning angle of the car mark on the display. This mode is for initializing the current location. Use when the vehicle is transported a long distance on a trailer, etc. Diagnosis results previously stored in the memory (before turning ignition switch ON) are displayed in this mode. Time and location when/where the errors occurred are also displayed.

CONFIRMATION/ ADJUSTMENT

Speed Calibration Navigation Angle adjustment Initialize Location

History of Errors

AV

AV-75

NAVIGATION SYSTEM Self-Diagnosis Mode


OPERATION PROCEDURE
1. 2. Start the engine. Push and hold MAP and D/N switches simultaneously for 5 seconds or more. q Push the PREVIOUS switch and the initial system screen will be shown.
AKS0011H

SKIA2986E

3.

The initial trouble diagnosis screen will be shown, and items SELF-DIAGNOSIS and CONFIRMATION/ADJUSTMENT will become selective.

SKIA0381E

4.

Perform self-diagnosis by selecting the SELF-DIAGNOSIS. q Self-diagnosis subdivision screen will be shown and the operation enters the self-diagnosis mode. q A bar graph shown below the self-diagnosis subdivision screen indicates progress of the diagnosis.

SKIA0382E

5.

On the Self diagnosis screen, each unit name will be colored according to the diagnosis result, as follows. Green Yellow Red Gray
q

: No malfunctioning. : Cannot be judged by self-diagnosis results. : Unit is malfunctioning. : Diagnosis has not been done.

If several malfunctions are present in a unit, color of its switch on the screen will be either red, yellow, or gray, determined by the malfunction of the highest priority. SKIA2987E Lines between control unit and display or GPS antenna are green or yellow based on diagnosis results. Lines between control unit and units other than those above are gray regardless of diagnosis results.

AV-76

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
6. Select a switch on the Self diagnosis screen and comments for the diagnosis results will be shown. q When the switch is green, the following comment will be shown. Self-diagnosis was successful. Further diagnosis and adjustments are recommended. Follow the confirmation and adjustments menu or refer to the service manual.. q When the switch is yellow, the following comment will be shown. Connection to the following unit is abnormal. See the service manual for further details. q When the switch is red, the following comment will be shown. SKIA2066E Center Control Unit is abnormal. q When the switch is gray, the following comment will be shown. Self-diagnosis for DVD-ROM DRIVER of NAVI was not conducted because no DVD-ROM was available..
A

SELFDIAGNOSIS RESULT Quick Reference Table


1. 2. 3. Select an applicable diagnosis No. in the diagnosis result quick reference table. Find estimated malfunctioning system in the diagnosis No. table and perform check by referring to the AV communication line wiring diagram. Refer to AV-62, "Wiring Diagram NAVI " . Turn the ignition switch to OFF and perform self-diagnosis again.
Screen switch Switch color Red Gray Center Control unit*1 Yellow *1: Center Control unit =NAVI control unit Diagnosis No. Display GPS antenna 1 2 3 4 5 6

CAUTION: AV q If display has any error, self-diagnosis cannot start. q If AV communication between display and NAVI control unit has any error, self-diagnosis cannot start. L

AV-77

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
Selfdiagnosis Codes
Diagnosis No. 1 2 NAVI control unit malfunction NAVI control unit judged no map DVD-ROM is inserted. When DVD-ROM error. Please check disc. is shown. 1. Eject map DVD-ROM and check if it is compatible with the system. 3 2. Check ejected DVD-ROM for dirt, damage, and warpage. 3. If no error is found, insert a known good map DVD-ROM of the same type and perform self-diagnosis again. If same result is shown, the NAVI control unit is malfunctioning. If result is normal, the map DVD-ROM is malfunctioning. 4 If Error found in DVD-ROM or DVD-ROM driver in control unit. Please perform diagnosis in accordance with service manual is shown, carry out same inspection as diagnosis No. 3. GPS antenna system 1. Visually check for a broken wire in the GPS antenna coaxial cable. 5 2. Disconnect the GPS antenna connector and check that approximately 5V is supplied from NAVI control unit. If not, the NAVI control unit is inoperative. If the voltage is supplied, replace the GPS antenna and perform self-diagnosis again. If the same result is shown, the NAVI control unit is inoperative. AV communication line circuit malfunction. 6
q

Possible cause

Check for short circuit in AV communication line. Refer to AV-97, "Beep at Start-Up, No Display Appears on Screen" . If no error is found during the above checks, communication circuit in NAVI control unit has a malfunction.
AKS0011I

CONFIRMATION/ADJUSTMENT Mode
OPERATION PROCEDURE
1. 2. Start the engine. Push and hold MAP and D/N switches simultaneously for 5 seconds or more. q Push the PREVIOUS switch and the initial system screen will be shown.

SKIA2986E

3.

The initial trouble diagnosis screen will be shown, and items SELF-DIAGNOSIS and CONFIRMATION/ADJUSTMENT will become selective.

SKIA0381E

AV-78

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
4. When CONFIRMATION/ADJUSTMENT is selected on the initial trouble diagnosis screen, the operation will enter the CONFIRMATION/ADJUSTMENT mode. In this mode, check and adjustment of each item will become possible. Select each switch on CONFIRMATION/ADJUSTMENT screen to display the relevant diagnosis screen.
A

5.

C
SKIA1996E

DISPLAY DIAGNOSIS

SKIA2251E

CAUTION: When Display Color Spectrum Bar screen is completed after PREV switch is Pushed, the screen color changes once. This is normal. AV q When RGB signal error occurred in the RGB system, tone of the color bar will change as follows. R (red) signal error G (green) signal error B (blue) signal error
q

: Screen looks bluish. : Screen looks reddish. : Screen looks yellowish.

When the color of the screen looks unusual, refer to AV-93, "Color of RGB Image Is Not Proper" .

AV-79

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
VEHICLE SIGNALS
q

A comparison check can be made of each actual vehicle signal and the signals recognized by the system.

SKIA1997E

Diagnosis item

Display ON

Condition Vehicle speed > 0 km/h (0 MPH) Vehicle speed = 0 km/h (0 MPH) Ignition switch in ACC position Lighting switch ON Lighting switch OFF Ignition switch ON Ignition switch ACC Selector lever in R-position Selector lever in other than R-position Ignition switch in ACC position

Remarks Changes in indication may be delayed by approx. 1.5 seconds. This is normal.

Vehicle speed

OFF ON

Lights

OFF ON

IGN

OFF ON

Reverse

OFF -

Changes in indication may be delayed by approx. 1.5 seconds. This is normal.

q q q q

If vehicle speed is NG, refer to AV-88, "Vehicle Speed Signal Check" . If light is NG, refer to AV-90, "Illumination Signal Check" . If IGN is NG, refer to AV-90, "Ignition Signal Check" . If reverse is NG, refer to AV-90, "Reverse Signal Check" .

NAVIGATION Angle Adjustment


q

Adjusts turning angle output detected by the gyroscope.

SKIA0364E

AV-80

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
Speed Calibration
q

During normal driving, distance error caused by tire wear and tire pressure change is automatically adjusted for by the automatic distance correction function. This function, on the other hand, is for immediate adjustment, in cases such as driving with tire chain fitted on tires.

SKIA0365E

HISTORY OF ERRORS
E

J
SKIA0366E

DIAGNOSIS BY HISTORY OF ERRORS


The Self-diagnosis results indicate whether an error occurred during the period from when the ignition switch is turned to ON until Self-diagnosis is completed. If an error occurred before the ignition switch was turned to ON and does not occur again until the Self-diagnosis is completed, the diagnosis result will be judged normal. Therefore, those errors in the past, which cannot be found by the Self-diagnosis, must be found by diagnosing the History of Errors. The History of Errors displays the time and place of the most recent occurrence of that error. However, take note of the following points. q Correct time of the error occurrence may not be displayed when the GPS antenna substrate within the NAVI control unit has malfunctioned. q Place of the error occurrence is represented by the position of the current-location mark at the time when the error occurred. If the current-location mark has deviated from the correct position, then the place of the error occurrence may be located correctly. q The maximum number of occurrences which can be stored is 50. For the 51st and later occurrences, the displayed number remains 50. When a reproducible malfunction occurred but its cause cannot be identified because several errors are present, record the item, number and place (longitude/latitude) of error occurrence (or delete the History of Errors), then turn the ignition switch from OFF to ON to reproduce the malfunction. Check the History of Errors to find the items which show an increased number of occurrences, and diagnose the item.

AV

AV-81

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
Possible causes Error item Action/symptom Communications malfunction between NAVI control unit and internal gyro Gyro sensor disconnected
q q

Example of symptom

Perform self-diagnosis. When the NAVI control unit is judged normal by self-diagnosis, the symptom may be intermittent, caused by strong radio interference.

Navigation location detection performance has deteriorated. (Angular velocity cannot be detected.)

Communication error between NAVI control unit and internal GPS substrate GPS disconnected
q q

Perform self-diagnosis. When the NAVI control unit is judged normal by self-diagnosis, the symptom may be intermittent, caused by strong radio interference.

Navigation location detection performance has deteriorated. (Location correction using GPS is not performed.) GPS receiving status remains gray.

Malfunctioning transmission wires to NAVI control unit and internal GPS substrate GPS transmission cable malfunction
q q

Perform self-diagnosis. When the NAVI control unit is judged normal by self-diagnosis, the symptom may be intermittent, caused by strong radio interference.

During self-diagnosis, GPS diagnosis is not performed.

Malfunctioning receiving wires to NAVI control unit and internal GPS substrate GPS input line connection error
q q

Perform self-diagnosis. When the NAVI control unit is judged normal by self-diagnosis, the symptom may be intermittent, caused by strong radio interference.

Navigation location detection performance has deteriorated. (Location correction using GPS is not performed.) GPS receiving status remains gray.

Oscillating frequency of the GPS substrate frequency synchronizing oscillation circuit exceeded (or below) the specification GPS TCX0 over GPS TCX0 under
q q

Perform self-diagnosis. When the NAVI control unit is judged normal by self-diagnosis, the symptom may be intermittent, caused by strong radio interference, or the control unit may have been subjected to excessively high or low temperatures.

Navigation location detection performance has deteriorated. (Location correction using GPS is not performed.) GPS receiving status remains gray. Location detection accuracy of the navigation system will deteriorate, depending on the malfunctioning area in the memory, because GPS cannot make correct positioning. (Location correction using GPS is not performed.) Correct time may not be displayed. After the power is turned on, the system always takes some time until GPS positioning becomes possible. (The GPS receiver starts positioning without re-collecting the whole satellite information when it judged the data stored in the receiver is correct.) Correct time of error occurrence may not be stored in the History of Errors. Navigation location detection performance has deteriorated. (Location correction using GPS is not performed.) GPS receiving status remains gray.

Contents of ROM (or RAM) in GPS substrate are malfunctioning. GPS ROM malfunction GPS RAM malfunction
q q

Perform self-diagnosis. When the NAVI control unit is judged normal by self-diagnosis, the symptom may be intermittent, caused by strong radio interference.
q q

Clock IC in GPS substrate is malfunctioning.


q q

Perform self-diagnosis. When the NAVI control unit is judged normal by self-diagnosis, the symptom may be intermittent, caused by strong radio interference.

GPS RTC malfunction

Malfunctioning connection between GPS substrate in NAVI control unit and GPS antenna. GPS antenna disconnected
q q

Perform self-diagnosis. When connection between NAVI control unit and GPS antenna is judged normal by self-diagnosis, the symptom may be intermittent, caused by impact or vibration.

AV-82

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
Possible causes Error item Action/symptom The power voltage supplied to the GPS circuit board has decreased. Low voltage of GPS
q q q

Example of symptom

Perform self-diagnosis. When connection between NAVI control unit and GPS antenna is judged normal by self-diagnosis, the symptom may be intermittent, caused by impact or vibration.

Navigation location detection performance has deteriorated. (Location correction using GPS is not performed.) GPS receiving status remains gray. -

Malfunctioning NAVI control unit DVD-ROM Malfunction DVD-ROM Read error DVD-ROM Response Error Dedicated map DVD-ROM is in the system, but the data cannot be read.
q q

The map of a particular location cannot be displayed. Specific guidance information cannot be displayed. Map display is slow. Guidance information display is slow. System has been affected by vibration.

Is map DVD-ROM damaged, warped, or dirty? If damaged or warped, the map DVD-ROM is malfunctioning. If dirty, wipe the DVD-ROM clean with a soft cloth. Perform self-diagnosis. When NAVI control unit is judged normal by self-diagnosis, the symptom is judged intermittent, caused by vibration.


q q

q q q

AV

AV-83

NAVIGATION SYSTEM Power Supply and Ground Circuit Check for NAVI Control Unit
AKS0011J

1. CHECK FUSE
Check that the following fuses of the NAVI control unit are not blown.
Terminals Connector Terminal (wire color) 2 (Y) B104 3 (Y) 6 (LG) Battery Ignition switch ACC or ON 37 6 Power source Fuse No.

OK or NG OK >> GO TO 2. NG >> If fuse is blown, be sure to eliminate cause of problem before installing new fuse. Refer to PG-4, "POWER SUPPLY ROUTING CIRCUIT" .

2. POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT CHECK


Check voltage between NAVI control unit and ground.
Terminals (+) Connector Terminal (wire color) 2 (Y) B104 3 (Y) 6 (LG) Ground (-) OFF ACC ON

Battery voltage Battery voltage 0V

Battery voltage Battery voltage Battery voltage

Battery voltage Battery voltage Battery voltage


SKIA8719E

OK or NG OK >> GO TO 3. NG >> Check harness for open or short between NAVI control unit and fuse.

3. GROUND CIRCUIT CHECK


1. 2. 3. Turn ignition switch OFF. Disconnect NAVI control unit connector. Check continuity between NAVI control unit and ground.
Terminals (+) Connector B104 Terminal (wire color) 1 (B) 4 (B) Ground Yes (-) Continuity

OK or NG OK >> INSPECTION END. NG >> Repair or replace harness.

SKIA8720E

AV-84

NAVIGATION SYSTEM Power Supply and Ground Circuit Check for Display Unit
AKS0011K

1. CHECK FUSE
Check that the following fuses of the display unit and NAVI switch are not blown.
Terminals Unit Connector Terminal (wire color) 21 (Y) Display unit M35 23 (Y) 19 (LG) Ignition switch ACC or ON 6 Power source Fuse No.

C
Battery 37

OK or NG OK >> GO TO 2. NG >> If fuse is blown, be sure to eliminate cause of problem before installing new fuse. Refer to PG-4, "POWER SUPPLY ROUTING CIRCUIT" .

2. POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT CHECK


Check voltage between display unit and ground.
Terminals Unit Connector (+) Terminal (wire color) 21 (Y) Display unit M35 23 (Y) 19 (LG) Ground (-) OFF ACC ON

H
Battery voltage Battery voltage 0V Battery voltage Battery voltage Battery voltage Battery voltage Battery voltage Battery voltage
SKIA8721E

OK or NG OK >> GO TO 3. NG >> Check harness for open or short between display unit and fuse.

AV

3. GROUND CIRCUIT CHECK


1. 2. 3. Turn ignition switch OFF. Disconnect display unit connector. Check continuity between display unit and ground.
Terminals Unit Connector Display unit M35 (+) Terminal (wire color) 22 (B) 24 (B) Ground Yes (-) Continuity

OK or NG OK >> INSPECTION END. NG >> Repair or replace harness.

SKIA8722E

AV-85

NAVIGATION SYSTEM Power Supply and Ground Circuit Check for NAVI Switch
AKS003LT

1. CHECK FUSE
Check 10A fuse [No.6, located in fuse block (J/B)]. OK or NG OK >> GO TO 2. NG >> If fuse is blown, be sure to eliminate cause of problem before installing new fuse. Refer to PG-4, "POWER SUPPLY ROUTING CIRCUIT" .

2. POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT CHECK


Check voltage between NAVI switch and ground.
Terminals Unit Connector NAVI switch M37 (+) Terminal (wire color) 1 (LG) (-) OFF ACC ON

Ground

0V

Battery voltage

Battery voltage

OK or NG OK >> GO TO 3. NG >> Check harness for open or short between NAVI switch and fuse.

SKIA8724E

3. GROUND CIRCUIT CHECK


1. 2. 3. Turn ignition switch OFF. Disconnect NAVI switch connector. Check continuity between NAVI switch harness connector M37 terminal 7 (B) and ground. Continuity should exist. OK or NG OK >> INSPECTION END. NG >> Repair or replace harness.

SKIA8725E

AV-86

NAVIGATION SYSTEM Power Supply and Ground Circuit Check for Power Cluster Lid Amp.
AKS009K4

1. CHECK FUSE
Check that the following fuses of the power cluster lid amp. are not blown.
Terminals Unit Connector Terminal (wire color) 4 (Y) Power cluster lid amp. M36 3 (LG) 1 (Y/G) Power source Battery Ignition switch ACC or ON Ignition switch ON or START Fuse No. 37 6 12

OK or NG OK >> GO TO 2. NG >> If fuse is blown, be sure to eliminate cause of problem before installing new fuse. Refer to PG-4, "POWER SUPPLY ROUTING CIRCUIT" .

2. POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT CHECK


Check voltage between power cluster lid amp. unit and ground.
Terminals Unit Connector (+) Terminal (wire color) 4 (Y) Power cluster lid amp. M36 3 (LG) 1 (Y/G) Ground (-) OFF ACC ON

H
Battery voltage 0V 0V Battery voltage Battery voltage 0V Battery voltage Battery voltage Battery voltage
SKIA8761E

OK or NG OK >> GO TO 3. NG >> Check harness for open or short between power cluster lid amp. and fuse.

AV

3. GROUND CIRCUIT CHECK


1. 2. 3. Turn ignition switch OFF. Disconnect display unit connector. Check continuity between power cluster lid amp. and ground.
Terminals Unit Connector Power cluster lid amp. M36 (+) Terminal (wire color) 2 (B) () Continuity

Ground

Yes

OK or NG OK >> INSPECTION END. NG >> Repair or replace harness.

SKIA8762E

AV-87

NAVIGATION SYSTEM Vehicle Speed Signal Check


AKS0011L

1. VEHICLE SPEED OPERATION CHECK


Does speedometer is operated normally? Yes or No Yes >> GO TO 2. No >> Check combination meter trouble diagnosis. Refer to DI-19, "Vehicle Speed Signal Inspection" in COMBINATION METERS.

2. HARNESS CHECK
1. 2. 3. Turn the ignition switch OFF. Disconnect NAVI control unit connector and combination meter connector. Check continuity between NAVI control unit harness connector B104 terminal 8 (L/B for Coupe, GY for Roadster) and Unified meter and A/C amp. harness connector M49 terminal 34 (W/G). Continuity should exist. 4. Check continuity between NAVI control unit harness connector B104 terminal 8 (L/B for Coupe, GY for Roadster) and ground. Continuity should not exist. OK or NG OK >> GO TO 3. NG >> q Check connector housings for disconnected or loose terminals. q Repair harness or connector.
SKIA3213E

3. VEHICLE SPEED SIGNAL CHECK 1


1. 2. 3. Connect NAVI control unit connector. Turn the ignition switch ON. Check voltage between NAVI control unit harness connector B104 terminal 8 (L/B for Coupe, GY for Roadster) and ground. Approx. 5V OK or NG OK >> GO TO 4. NG >> Replace NAVI control unit.

SKIA2009E

AV-88

NAVIGATION SYSTEM

4. VEHICLE SPEED SIGNAL CHECK 2


1. 2. 3. Connect combination meter connector. Start engine and drive vehicle at more than 40 km/h (25MPH). Check the signal between NAVI control unit harness connector B104 terminal 8 (L/B for Coupe, GY for Roadster) and ground with CONSULT-ll or oscilloscope. 8 Ground : Refer to AV-70, "Terminals and Reference Value for NAVI Control Unit" .

OK or NG OK >> Replace NAVI control unit. NG >> Check combination meter system. Refer to DI-14, "Diagnosis Flow" in COMBINATION METERS.

D
SKIA3584E

AV

AV-89

NAVIGATION SYSTEM Illumination Signal Check


AKS0011M

1. TAIL LAMP OPERATION CHECK


When lighting switch turned 1st or 2nd position, does tail lamp illuminate? Yes or No Yes >> GO TO 2. No >> Go to tail lamp trouble diagnosis. Refer to LT-184, "PARKING, LICENSE PLATE AND TAIL LAMPS" .

2. ILLUMINATION SIGNAL CHECK


Check voltage between NAVI control unit and ground.
Terminals (+) Connector Terminal (wire color) 9 (*1) () Lighting switch position Voltage

B104

Ground

1st or 2nd position OFF

Battery voltage Approx. 0V


SKIA8727E

*1: Coupe (PU) , Roadster (R/L)

OK or NG OK >> Replace NAVI control unit. NG >> Check harness for open or short between NAVI control unit and IPDM E/R. Refer to LT-234, "Wiring Diagram ILL " in ILLUMINATION.

Ignition Signal Check

AKS0011N

1. IGNITION SIGNAL CHECK


1. 2. Turn the ignition switch ON. Check voltage between NAVI control unit harness connector B105 terminal 27 (SB for Coupe, PU for Roadster) and ground. Battery voltage should exist. OK or NG OK >> Replace NAVI control unit. NG >> Check the following. q 10A fuse [No.12, located in fuse block (J/B)] q Harness for open or short between NAVI control unit and fuse

SKIA8728E

Reverse Signal Check

AKS0011O

1. REVERSE LAMP CHECK


1. Turn the ignition switch ON. 2. With the A/T selector lever in R-position, does R in the shift position indicator come on? Yes or No Yes >> GO TO 2. No >> Check BACK-UP LAMP system. Refer to LT-179, "BACK-UP LAMP" .

AV-90

NAVIGATION SYSTEM

2. REVERSE SIGNAL CHECK


1. 2. Shift the A/T selector lever in R-position. Check voltage between NAVI control unit and ground.
Terminals (+) Connector Terminal (wire color) 11 (*1) () A/T selector lever position Voltage (V)

C
Battery voltage Approx. 0

R-position B104 Ground Other than R-position

D
SKIA2014E

*1:Coupe (BR) , Roadster (OR)

OK or NG OK >> Replace NAVI control unit. NG >> Check the following. q Harness for open or short between NAVI control unit and back-up lamp relay (A/T models) q Harness for open or short between NAVI control unit and back-up lamp switch (M/T models)

When Display Cover is Closed, Display Is Stay On

AKS00322

1. CHECK NAVI CONTROL UNIT INPUT SIGNAL


1. 2. Turn ignition switch ON. Check voltage between NAVI control unit and ground.
Terminal (wire color) 7 (*1) Condition Display cover is opened Except for above *1:Coupe (R/Y) , Roadster (LG) Voltage (V) Approx. 5 Approx. 0

Connector B104

OK or NG OK >> GO TO 2. NG >> Replace NAVI control unit.

SKIA2983E

AV

2. CHECK NAVI CONTROL UNIT CIRCUIT


1. 2. 3. Turn ignition switch OFF. Disconnect NAVI control unit connector and power cluster lid amp. connector. Check continuity between NAVI control unit harness connector B104 terminal 7 (R/Y for Coupe, LG for Roadster) and power cluster lid amp. harness connector M36 terminal 8 (R/W). Continuity should exist. 4. Check continuity between NAVI control unit harness connector B104 terminal 7 (R/Y for Coupe, LG for Roadster) and ground. Continuity should not exist. OK or NG OK >> GO TO 3. NG >> q Check connector housings for disconnected or loose terminals. q Repair harness or connector.
SKIA8760E

AV-91

NAVIGATION SYSTEM

3. CHECK POWER CLUSTER LID AMP.


Replace power cluster lid amp. Does the system operate normally? OK >> INSPECTION END. NG >> Replace cluster lid D.

Display Is Not Shown

AKS003LU

1. CHECK DISPLAY UNIT POWER SUPPLY AND GROUND CIRCUIT


Check display unit power supply and ground circuit. Refer to AV-85, "Power Supply and Ground Circuit Check for Display Unit" . OK or NG OK >> GO TO 2. NG >> Power supply and ground circuit check.

2. CHECK NAVI CONTROL UNIT INPUT SIGNAL


1. 2. Turn ignition switch ON. Check voltage between NAVI control unit and ground.
Terminal (wire color) 7 (*1) Condition Display cover is opened Except for above *1:Coupe (R/Y) , Roadster (LG) Voltage (V) Approx. 5 Approx. 0

Connector B104

OK or NG OK >> GO TO 3. NG >> Replace NAVI control unit.

SKIA2983E

3. CHECK POWER CLUSTER LID AMP.


Replace power cluster lid amp. Does the system operate normally? OK >> INSPECTION END. NG >> Replace cluster lid D.

Lid Does Not Move

AKS009K5

1. CHECK POWER CLUSTER LID AMP. POWER SUPPLY AND GROUND


Check power cluster lid amp. power supply and ground circuit. Refer to AV-87, "Power Supply and Ground Circuit Check for Power Cluster Lid Amp." . OK or NG OK >> GO TO 2. NG >> Power supply and ground circuit check.

2. CHECK POWER CLUSTER LID AMP.


Replace power cluster lid amp. Does the system operate normally? OK >> INSPECTION END. NG >> Replace cluster lid D.

AV-92

NAVIGATION SYSTEM Color of RGB Image Is Not Proper


AKS0011Q

1. COLOR BAR DIAGNOSIS CHECK


Check color tone by SCREEN ADJUSTMENT of CONFIRMATION/ADJUSTMENT function. OK or NG OK >> INSPECTION END. NG >> GO TO 2.

AV

AV-93

NAVIGATION SYSTEM

2. RGB HARNESS CHECK


1. 2. 3.
q

Turn the ignition switch OFF. Disconnect NAVI control unit connector and display unit connector. Check continuity as following. When the screen looks bluish
Terminals NAVI control unit Connector B104 Terminal (wire color) 18 (B) 17 Terminals (+) Connector B104 Terminal (wire color) 17 18 (B) Ground No () Continuity
SKIA2022E

Display unit Connector M35 Terminal (wire color) 1 (L/R) 4

Continuity

Yes

When the screen looks reddish


Terminals NAVI control unit Connector B104 Terminal (wire color) 21 (W) 17 Terminals (+) Connector B104 Terminal (wire color) 21 (W) 17 Ground No () Continuity
SKIA2023E

Display unit Connector M35 Terminal (wire color) 2 (L) 4

Continuity

Yes

When the screen looks yellowish


Terminals NAVI control unit Connector B104 Terminal (wire color) 15 (R) 17 Terminals (+) Connector B104 Terminal (wire color) 15 (R) 17 Ground No () Continuity
SKIA2024E

Display unit Connector M35 Terminal (wire color) 3 (L/W) 4

Continuity

Yes

OK or NG OK >> GO TO 3. NG >> q Check connector housings for disconnected or loose terminals. q Repair harness or connector.

AV-94

NAVIGATION SYSTEM

3. RGB SIGNAL CHECK


1. 2. 3. 4.
q

Connect NAVI control unit connector and display unit connector. Turn the ignition switch ON. Display Color bar by CONFIRMATION/ADJUSTMENT mode. Check the following with CONSULT-ll or oscilloscope. When the screen looks bluish. Voltage signal between NAVI control unit connector B104 terminal 18 (B) and 17. 18 (B) 17 : Refer to AV-70, "Terminals and Reference Value for NAVI Control Unit" .
SKIA2025E

When the screen looks reddish. Voltage signal between NAVI control unit connector B104 terminal 21 (W) and 17. 21 (W) 17 : Refer to AV-70, "Terminals and Reference Value for NAVI Control Unit" .

When the screen looks yellowish. Voltage signal between NAVI control unit connector B104 terminal 15 (R) and 17. 15 (R) 17 : Refer to AV-70, "Terminals and Reference Value for NAVI Control Unit" .

OK or NG OK >> Replace display unit. NG >> Replace NAVI control unit.

RGB Screen Is Rolling

AKS0011R

1. RGB SYNCHRONIZING CIRCUIT CHECK


1. 2. 3. Turn the ignition switch OFF. Disconnect NAVI control unit connector and display unit connector. Check continuity between NAVI control unit and display unit.
Terminals NAVI control unit Connector B104 Terminal (wire color) 20 (P) 17 Display unit Connector M35 Terminal (wire color) 7 (B/R) 4 Yes Continuity

AV

4.

Check continuity between NAVI control unit and ground.


Terminals
SKIA2026E

NAVI control unit (+) Connector B104 Terminal (wire color) 17 20 (P)

()

Continuity

Ground

No

OK or NG OK >> GO TO 2. NG >> q Check connector housings for disconnected or loose terminals. q Repair harness or connector.

AV-95

NAVIGATION SYSTEM

2. RGB SYNCHRONIZING SIGNAL CHECK


1. 2. 3. 4. Connect NAVI control unit connector and display unit connector. Turn the ignition switch ON. Push the MAP switch. Check the signal between NAVI control unit harness connector B104 terminals 20 (P) and 17 with CONSULT-ll or oscilloscope. 20 (P) - 17 : Refer to AV-70, "Terminals and Reference Value for NAVI Control Unit" .

OK or NG OK >> Replace display unit. NG >> Replace NAVI control unit.

SKIA3233E

Guide Sound Is Not Heard

AKS0011S

1. CHECK VOICE GUIDE SETTING.


While driving in the dark pink route, voice guide does not operate. NOTE: Voice guide is only available at intersections that satisfy certain conditions (indicated by q on the map). Therefore, guidance may not be given even when the route on the map changes direction. q Is volume setting not switched ON? YES or NO YES >> GO TO 2. NO >> Switch the setting ON and turn the volume up.
q

2. VOICE GUIDE HARNESS CHECK


1. 2. 3. Turn the ignition switch OFF. Disconnect NAVI control unit connector and audio unit connector. Check continuity between NAVI control unit and audio unit.
Terminals NAVI control unit (+) Connector B104 B105 Terminal (wire color) 12 (OR) 13 (SB) 37 (BR) M39 Audio unit () Connector Terminal (wire color) 32 (L/B) 30 (W/B) 24 (R/B) Yes Continuity

4.

Check continuity between NAVI control unit and ground.


Terminals NAVI control unit (+) Connector B104 B105 Terminal (wire color) 12 (OR) 13 (SB) 37 (BR) Ground No () Continuity

OK or NG OK >> GO TO 3. NG >> q Check connector housings for disconnected or loose terminals. q Repair harness or connector.

SKIA2029E

AV-96

NAVIGATION SYSTEM

3. VOICE GUIDE ON SIGNAL CHECK


1. 2. 3. 4. Connect NAVI control unit connector and audio unit connector. Turn ignition switch ON. Push VOICE switch. Check the signal between NAVI control unit harness connector B105 terminal 37 (BR) and ground with CONSULT-ll or oscilloscope. 37 (BR) Ground : Refer to AV-70, "Terminals and Reference Value for NAVI Control Unit" .
SKIA2027E

OK or NG OK >> GO TO 4. NG >> Replace NAVI control unit.

4. VOICE GUIDE SIGNAL CHECK


1. 2. Push the VOICE switch. Check the signal between NAVI control unit harness connector B104 terminal 12 (OR) and 13 (SB) with CONSULT-ll or oscilloscope. 12 (OR) 13 (SB) : Refer to AV-70, "Terminals and Reference Value for NAVI Control Unit" .

OK or NG OK >> Replace audio unit. NG >> Replace NAVI control unit.


SKIA8831E

Beep at Start-Up, No Display Appears on Screen

J
AKS0011T

1. CHECK NAVI CONTROL UNIT POWER SUPPLY AND GROUND CIRCUIT


Check NAVI control unit power supply and ground circuit. Refer to AV-84, "Power Supply and Ground Circuit Check for NAVI Control Unit" . OK or NG OK >> GO TO 2. NG >> Power supply and ground circuit check.
AV L

2. CHECK DISPLAY UNIT POWER SUPPLY AND GROUND CIRCUIT


Check display unit power supply and ground circuit. Refer to AV-85, "Power Supply and Ground Circuit Check for Display Unit" . OK or NG OK >> GO TO 3. NG >> Power supply and ground circuit check.

3. CHECK NAVI SWITCH POWER SUPPLY AND GROUND CIRCUIT


Check display unit power supply and ground circuit. Refer to AV-86, "Power Supply and Ground Circuit Check for NAVI Switch" . OK or NG OK >> GO TO 4. NG >> Power supply and ground circuit check.

AV-97

NAVIGATION SYSTEM

4. COMMUNICATION LINE CHECK1


1. 2.

Disconnect NAVI control unit connector, display unit connector and NAVI switch connector. Check the following. Continuity between NAVI control unit and display unit.
Terminals NAVI control unit Connector B105 Terminal (Wire color) 35 (B) 31 Display unit Connector M35 Terminal (Wire color) 16 (P/L) 17 Yes Continuity

SKIA3210E

Continuity between NAVI control unit harness connector B105 terminal 33 (G), and NAVI switch harness connector M37 terminal 5 (G). Continuity should exist.

SKIA2033E

Continuity between NAVI control unit harness connector B105 terminals 31, 33 (G), 35 (B) and ground. Continuity should not exist.

OK or NG OK >> GO TO 5. NG >> q Check connector housings for disconnected or loose terminals. q Repair harness or connector.
SKIA2034E

5. COMMUNICATION LINE CHECK2


Check the following. q Continuity between display unit harness connector M35 terminal 15 (R) and NAVI switch harness connector M37 terminal 4 (R). Continuity should exist.
q

Continuity between display unit harness connector M35 terminal 15 (R) and ground. Continuity should not exist.

OK or NG OK >> GO TO 6. NG >> q Check connector housings for disconnected or loose terminals. q Repair harness or connector.

SKIA3211E

AV-98

NAVIGATION SYSTEM

6. COMMUNICATION SIGNAL (SWNAVI) CHECK


1. 2. 3. Connect NAVI control unit connector. Turn ignition switch ON. Check voltage between NAVI control unit harness connector B105 terminal 33 (G) and ground. Approx. 2.8V OK or NG OK >> GO TO 7. NG >> Replace NAVI control unit.
SKIA2039E

7. COMMUNICATION SIGNAL (NAVIDISP) CHECK


1. 2. 3. 4. Turn ignition switch OFF. Disconnect NAVI control unit and connect display unit connector. Turn ignition switch ON. Check voltage between NAVI control unit harness connector B105 terminal 35 (B) and ground. Approx. 3.5V OK or NG OK >> GO TO 8. NG >> Replace display unit.

SKIA2040E

8. COMMUNICATION SIGNAL (DISPSW) CHECK


1. 2. 3. 4. Turn ignition switch OFF. Disconnect display unit connector and connect NAVI switch connector. Turn ignition ON. Check voltage between display unit harness connector M35 terminal 15 (R) and ground. Approx. 5V OK or NG OK >> GO TO 9. NG >> Replace NAVI switch.
J

AV

SKIA3212E

AV-99

NAVIGATION SYSTEM

9. COMMUNICATION SIGNAL (DISPNAVI) CHECK


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Turn ignition switch OFF. Connect NAVI control unit connector and display connector. Turn ignition switch ON. Push the INFO switch. Check the signal between NAVI control unit harness connector B105 terminal 33 (G) and ground with CONSULT-ll or oscilloscope. 33 (G) Ground : Refer to AV-70, "Terminals and Reference Value for NAVI Control Unit" .

OK or NG OK >> GO TO 10. NG >> Replace NAVI switch.


SKIA8733E

10. COMMUNICATION SIGNAL (NAVIDISP) CHECK


1. 2. Push INFO switch. Check the signal between NAVI control unit harness connector B105 terminal 35 (B) and 31with CONSULT-ll or oscilloscope. 35 (B)31 : Refer to AV-70, "Terminals and Reference Value for NAVI Control Unit" .

OK or NG OK >> GO TO 11. NG >> Replace NAVI control unit.

SKIA2043E

11. COMMUNICATION SIGNAL (DISPSW) CHECK


1. Check the signal between NAVI switch harness connector M37 terminal 4 (R) and ground with CONSULT-ll or oscilloscope. 4 (R) Ground : Refer to AV-74, "Terminals and Reference Value for NAVI Switch" .

OK or NG OK >> Replace NAVI switch. NG >> Replace display unit.

SKIA2044E

Display Quality Control Cannot Change Screen

AKS0011U

1. SYMPTOM CHECK
Do other systems operate normally? Yes or No Yes >> Replace display unit. No >> Check symptom again.

AV-100

NAVIGATION SYSTEM Vehicle Condition Setting Is Not Possible


AKS0011W

1. VEHICLE SPEED SIGNAL CHECK


Check vehicle speed signal. Refer to AV-80, "VEHICLE SIGNALS" . OK or NG OK >> Replace NAVI control unit. NG >> Check combination meter system. Refer to DI-14, "Diagnosis Flow" METERS.

in COMBINATION
C
AKS0011Y

Navigation System Does Not Activate

1. POWER SUPPLY AND GROUND CIRCUIT CHECK


Check power supply and ground circuit. Refer to AV-84, "Power Supply and Ground Circuit Check for NAVI Control Unit" . OK or NG OK >> Replace NAVI control unit. NG >> Power supply and ground circuit check.

Previous Conditions Are Not Stored

F
AKS0011Z

1. BATTERY POWER CHECK


Check NAVI control unit battery power. Refer to AV-84, "Power Supply and Ground Circuit Check for NAVI Control Unit" . OK or NG OK >> Replace NAVI control unit. NG >> Check harness for open or short between NAVI control unit and fuse.
q

The Position of The Current-Location Mark Is Not Correct

AKS00120

1. SELF-DIAGNOSIS
q

Perform self-diagnosis function. Refer to AV-76, "Self-Diagnosis Mode" . OK or NG OK >> GO TO 2. NG >> Check the applicable parts.

AV

2. HISTORY OF ERRORS DIAGNOSIS


Was any error stored in AV-81, "HISTORY OF ERRORS" mode? YES or NO YES >> AV-81, "HISTORY OF ERRORS". NO >> AV-103, "Driving Test".
q

of the CONFIRMATION/ADJUSTMENT

Radio Wave From The GPS Satellite Is Not Received

AKS00121

1. ENVIRONMENT CHECK
q

Check if any metal object that intercepts radio waves or an object that emits radio waves (such as a portable phone) is located near the GPS antenna. Check if the vehicle is shielded by a building. OK or NG OK >> q System is normal. The GPS antenna may not be able to receive radio waves from the GPS satellite if it is shielded by metal object or an object emitting radio waves is placed near it. NG >> GO TO 2.

AV-101

NAVIGATION SYSTEM

2. SELF-DIAGNOSIS
q

Perform self-diagnosis function. Refer to AV-76, "Self-Diagnosis Mode" . OK or NG OK >> Replace GPS antenna. NG >> Check the applicable parts.

AV-102

NAVIGATION SYSTEM Driving Test


AKS00122

1. DRIVING TEST 1
1. Scroll the map screen to display the area to make correction. Push ENTER and select CURRENT LOCATION CORRECTION. 2. Correct direction of the vehicle mark. 3. Perform the distance correction of the CONFIRMATION/ADJUSTMENT mode. NOTE: Normally, adjustment is not necessary because this system has automatic distance correction function. However, when a tire chain is fitted, adjustment in accordance with the tire diameter ratio must be made. 4. Are symptoms applicable to the AV-104, "Example of Symptoms Judged Not Malfunction" present after driving the vehicle? YES or NO YES >> Limit of the location detection capacity of the navigation system NO >> GO TO 2.

2. DRIVING TEST 2
q q

Did any problem occur when the proper test in the following test patterns is performed? Test pattern G Driving test finds the difference between the symptoms monitored with and without each sensor. Test pattern 1: Test method with no GPS location correction Disconnect the GPS antenna connector connected to the NAVI control unit. Accurately adjust the current H position and the direction, then drive the vehicle. Test pattern 2: Test method with no map-matching Accurately adjust the current position and the direction. Eject the map DVD-ROM from the NAVI control unit with the ignition switch turned to OFF, then drive the vehicle. After driving, insert the map DVD-ROM I back in the unit, display the track of the vehicle on the map screen and compare it with the actual road configuration. q Sample tests J <To determine if the current-location mark skips at the same position, if so, whether it is caused by mapmatching or by GPS> Perform test pattern 1. AV <To determine if the pattern of streets displayed is correct or not> Perform test pattern 1 and 2. Compare the track of the vehicle on the map screen and the actual road configuration. For fairly accurate L tracking, plotting shall be made every several hundred meters. <When the distance is adjusted accurately> Perform test pattern 1 and 2. Drive on a road of which distance is accurately known (by utilizing distance posts on a highway). Calculate M the rate of change (increased/decreased) of the distance by comparing with the actual distance. Correction = A/B A: Distance shown on the screen B: Actual distance YES or NO YES >> q If adjustment is insufficient, perform adjustment again. q If any error is found in the map, please let us know. q Replace NAVI control unit. NO >> Limit of the location detection capacity of the navigation system

AV-103

NAVIGATION SYSTEM Example of Symptoms Judged Not Malfunction


BASIC OPERATION
Symptom No image is shown. No guide sound is heard. Audio guide volume is too low or too high. Screen is too dark. Motion of the image is too slow. Small black or bright spots appear on the screen. Cause Display brightness adjustment is set fully to DARK side. Volume control is set to OFF, MIN or MAX. Audio guidance is not available while the vehicle is driving on a dark pink route. Temperature inside the vehicle is low. Symptom peculiar to a liquid crystal display. Remedy Adjust the display brightness. Adjust the audio guide volume. System is not malfunction. Wait until the temperature inside the vehicle reaches the proper temperature. System is not malfunction.
AKS00123

VEHICLE MARK
Symptom Map screen and bird view Name of the place vary with the screen. Cause Some thinning of the character data is done to prevent the display becoming to complex. In some cases and in some locations, the display contents may differ. The same place name, street name, etc. may not be displayed every time on account of the data processing. Vehicle is transferred by ferry or by towing after its ignition switch is turned to OFF. The daytime screen is selected by the SWITCH SCREENS when the last time the screen dimming setting is done. Switching between daytime/nighttime screen may be inhibited by the automatic illumination adjustment function. Current location is not displayed. Current location is not displayed. GPS satellite signal is intercepted because the vehicle is in or behind a building. GPS satellite signal cannot be received because an obstacle is placed on top of the display. GPS satellites are located badly. Vehicle location accuracy is low. Accuracy indicator (GPS satellite mark) on the map screen stays gray. Vehicle speed setting by the vehicle speed pulse has been deviated (advanced or retarded) from the actual vehicle speed because tire chain is fitted or the system has been used on another vehicle. Remedy System is not malfunction.

Vehicle mark is not positioned correctly. Screen will not switch to nighttime mode after the lighting switch is turned ON.

Drive the vehicle for a while in the GPS satellite signal receiving condition. Perform screen dimming and select the nighttime screen by SWITCH SCREENS.

Map screen will not scroll in accordance with the vehicle travel. Vehicle mark will not be shown. Accuracy indicator (GPS satellite mark) on the map screen stays gray.

Push MAP switch to display the current location. Push MAP switch to display the current location. Move the vehicle out to an open space. Do not place anything in the center on top of the display. Wait until the location becomes better. Current location is not determined. Drive the vehicle for a while [for approx. 30 minutes at approx. 30 km/h (19 MPH)] and the deviation will be automatically adjusted. If advancement or retard still occur, perform the distance adjustment by CONFIRMATION/ADJUSTMENT mode of diagnosis function. As a rule, an updated map DVD-ROM will be released once a year.

Map data has error or omission. (Vehicle mark is always deviated to the same position.)

DESTINATION, PASSING POINTS, AND MENU ITEMS CANNOT BE SELECTED/SET


Symptom Destination cannot be set. Passing point is not searched when re-searching the route. Cause Destination to be set is on an highway. The vehicle has already passed the passing point, or the system judged so. Remedy Set the destination on an ordinary road. To include the passing points that have been passed into the route again, set the route again.

AV-104

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
Symptom Route information will not be displayed. Cause Route searching has not been done. Vehicle mark is not on the recommended route. Route guide is turned OFF. Route information is not available on the dark pink route. After the route searching, no guide sign will appear as the vehicle goes near the entrance/exit to the toll road. Automatic route searching is not possible. Performed automatic detour search (or detour search). However, the result is the same as that of the previous search. Passing points cannot be set. Vehicle mark is not on the recommended route. (On the display, only guide signs related to the recommended route will be shown.) Vehicle is driving on a highway (gray route), or no recommended route is available. Performed search with every conditions considered. However, the result is the same as that of the previous search. More than five passing points were set. Remedy Set the destination and perform route searching. Drive on the recommended route. Turn the route guide ON. System is not malfunction.

C
Drive on the recommended route.

D
Drive on a road to be searched. Or research the route manually. In this case, however, the whole route will be searched. System is not malfunction.

F
Passing points can be set up to five. To stop at more than five points, perform sharing in several steps. System is not malfunction. Stop the vehicle at a safe place and then operate the system.

When setting the route, the starting point cannot be selected. Some menu items cannot be selected.

The current vehicle location is always set as the starting point of a route. The vehicle is being driven.

VOICE GUIDE
Symptom Voice guide will not operate. Cause Note: Voice guide is only available at intersections that satisfy certain conditions (indicated by q on the map). Therefore, guidance may not be given even when the route on the map changes direction. The vehicle is not on the recommended route. Voice guide is turned OFF. Route guide is turned OFF. Voice guide does not match the actual road pattern. Voice guide may vary with the direction to which the vehicle is turn and the connection of the road to other roads. Remedy System is not malfunction.

Return to the recommended route or research the route. Turn the voice guide ON. Turn the route guide ON. Drive in conformity to the actual traffic rules.

AV

ROUTE SEARCHING
Symptom No route is shown. Cause No road to be searched is found around the destination. Remedy Find wider road (orange road or wider) nearby and reset the destination and passing points onto it. Take care of the traveling direction when there are separate up and down roads. Set the destination at more distant point. Turn the time-regulating search conditions OFF. Turn Avoid regulation time in the search conditions OFF. System is not malfunction.

Starting point and the destination are too close. Conditional traffic regulation (day of the week/ time of the day) is set at the area around the current position or the destination. Indicated route is intermittent. In some areas, highways (gray routes) are not Therefore, the route to used for the search the current position or the passing points may be intermittent.
(Note)

AV-105

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
Symptom When the vehicle has passed the recommended route, it is deleted from the screen. Cause A recommended route is controlled by each section. When the vehicle has passed the passing point 1, then the map data from the starting point up to the passing point 1 will be deleted. (The data may remain undeleted in some area.) In some areas, highways (gray routes) are not used for the search. (Note). Therefore, detour route may be recommended. A detour route may be shown when some traffic regulation (one-way traffic, etc.) is set at the area around the starting point or the destination. In the area where highways (gray routes) are used for the search, left turn has priority around the current position and the destination (passing points). For this reason, the recommended route may be detouring. Landmarks on the map do not match the actual ones. Recommended route is far from the starting point, passing points, and destination. This can be happen due to omission or error in the map data. Starting point, passing points, and destination of the route guide were set far from the desired points because route searching data around these area were not stored. Remedy System is not malfunction.

Detouring route is recommended.

Set the route closer to the basic route (gray route). Slightly move the starting point or the destination, or set the passing point on the route of your choice. System is not malfunction.

As a rule, an updated map DVD-ROM will be released once a year. Wait until the latest map has become available. Reset the destination onto the road nearby. If this road is one of the highways (gray routes), an ordinary road nearby may be displayed as the recommended route.

NOTE: Except for the ordinance-designated cities and the prefectural capitals (Applicable areas may be changed in the updated map disc.)

EXAMPLES OF CURRENT-LOCATION MARK DISPLACEMENT


Vehicle's travel amount is calculated by reading its travel distance and turning angle. Therefore, if the vehicle is driven in the following manner, an error will occur in the vehicle's current location display. If correct location has not been restored after driving the vehicle for a while, perform location correction.

SEL698V

AV-106

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
Cause (condition) Y-intersections At a Y intersection or similar gradual division of roads, error the direction of travel deduced by the sensor may result in the current-location mark appearing on the wrong road.
ELK0192D

Driving condition

Remarks (correction, etc.)

C
Spiral roads When driving on a large, continuous spiral road (such as loop bridge), turning angle error is accumulated and the vehicle mark may deviate from the correct location.
ELK0193D

Straight roads

Road configuration

ELK0194D

When driving on a long, straight road and slow curve without stopping, map-matching does not work effectively enough and distance errors may accumulate. As a result, the vehicle mark may deviate from the correct location when the vehicle turned at a corner.

G
If after travelling about 10 km (6 miles) the correct location has not been restored, perform location correction and, if necessary, direction correction.

Zigzag roads When driving on a zigzag road, the map may be matched to other roads in the similar direction nearby at every turn, and the vehicle mark may deviate from the correct location.
ELK0195D

Roads laid out in a grid pattern When driving at where roads are laid out in a grid pattern, where many roads are running in the similar direction nearby, the map may be matched to them by mistake and the vehicle mark may deviate from the correct location.
ELK0196D

AV

Parallel roads When two roads are running in parallel (such as highway and sideway), the map may be matched to the other road by mistake and the vehicle mark may deviate from the correct location.
ELK0197D

AV-107

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
Cause (condition) In a parking lot Driving condition When driving in a parking lot, or other location where there are no roads on the map, matching may place the vehicle mark on a nearby road. When the vehicle returns to the road, the vehicle mark may have deviated from the correct location. When driving in circle or turning the steering wheel repeatedly, direction errors accumulate, and the vehicle mark may deviate from the correct location. When the ignition switch is OFF, the navigation system cannot get the signal from the gyroscope (angular speed sensor). Therefore, the displayed direction may be wrong and the correct road may not be easily returned to after rotating the vehicle on a turntable with the ignition OFF. On snow, wet roads, gravel, or other roads where tires may slip easily, accumulated mileage errors may cause the vehicle mark to deviate from the correct road. When parking in sloped garages, when travelling on banked roads, or in other cases where the vehicle turns when tilted, an error in the turning angle will occur, and the vehicle mark may deviate from the road. When driving on new roads or other roads not displayed on the map screen, map matching does not function correctly and matches the location to a nearby road. When the vehicle returns to a road which is on the map, the vehicle mark may deviate from the correct road. Remarks (correction, etc.)

SEL709V

Turn table

Place

SEL710V

Slippery roads

Slopes

If after travelling about 10 km (6 miles) the correct location has not been restored, perform location correction and, if necessary, direction correction.

Road not displayed on the map screen

SEL699V

Map data

Different road pattern (Changed due to repair)

If the road pattern stored in the map data and the actual road pattern are different, map matching does not function correctly and matches the location to a nearby road. The vehicle mark may deviate from the correct road.
ELK0201D

Vehicle

Use of tire chains

When tire chains are used, the mileage is not correctly detected, and the vehicle mark may deviate from the correct road.

Drive the vehicle for a while. If the distance is still deviated, adjust it by using the distance adjustment function. (If the tire chain is removed, recover the original value.)

AV-108

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
Cause (condition) Driving condition If the vehicle is driven off just after the engine is started when the gyroscope (angular speed sensor) correction is not completed, the vehicle can lose its direction and may have deviated from the correct location. When driving long distances without stopping, direction errors may accumulate, and the current-location mark may deviate from the correct road. Spinning the wheels or engaging in other kinds of abusive driving may result in the system being unable to perform correct detection, and may cause the vehicle mark to deviate from the correct road. Remarks (correction, etc.)

A
Wait for a short while before driving after starting the engine.

Just after the engine is started

Continuous driving without stopping Precautions for driving

C
Stop and adjust the orientation.

D
If after travelling about 10 km (6 miles) the correct location has not been restored, perform location correction and, if necessary, direction correction.

Abusive driving

Position correction accuracy If the accuracy of location settings is poor, accuracy may be reduced when the correct road cannot be found, particularly in places where there are many roads. How to correct location
SEL699V

F
Enter in the road displayed on the screen with an accuracy of approx. 1 mm. NOTE: Whenever possible, use detailed map for the correction.

Direction when location is corrected

If the accuracy of location settings during correction is poor, accuracy may be reduced afterwards.

I
Perform direction correction.

J
SEL702V

THE CURRENT POSITION MARK SHOWS A POSITION WHICH IS COMPLETELY WRONG


In the following cases, the current-location mark may appear on completely different position in the map depending on the GPS satellite signal receiving conditions. In this case, perform location correction and direction correction. q When location correction has not been done If the receiving conditions of the GPS satellite signal is poor, if the current-location mark becomes out of place, it may move to a completely different location and not come back if location correction is not done. The position will be corrected if the GPS signal can be received. q When the vehicle has traveled by ferry, or when the vehicle has been being towed Because calculation of the current location cannot be done when travelling with the ignition OFF, for example when traveling by ferry or when being towed, the location before travel is displayed. If the precise location can be detected with GPS, the location will be corrected.

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THE CURRENT POSITION MARK JUMPS


In the following cases, the current-location mark may appear to jump as a result of automatic correction of the current location. q When map matching has been done If the current location and the current-location mark are different when map matching is done, the currentlocation mark may seem to jump. At this time, the location may be corrected to the wrong road or to a location which is not on a road. q When GPS location correction has been done If the current location and the current-location mark are different when the location is corrected using GPS measurements, the current-location mark may seem to jump. At this time, the location may be corrected to a location which is not on a road.

AV-109

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
THE CURRENT LOCATION MARK IS IN A RIVER OR THE SEA
The navigation system moves the current location mark with no distinction between land and rivers or sea. If the location mark is somehow out of place, it may appear that the vehicle is driving in a river or the sea.

WHEN DRIVING ON THE SAME ROAD, SOMETIMES THE CURRENT-LOCATION MARK IS IN THE RIGHT PLACE AND SOMETIMES IT IS THE WRONG PLACE
The conditions of the GPS antenna (GPS data) and gyroscope (angular speed sensor) change gradually. Depending on the road traveled and the operation of the steering wheel, the location detection results will be different. Therefore, even on a road on which the location has never been wrong, conditions may cause the vehicle mark to deviate.

LOCATION CORRECTION BY MAP MATCHING IS SLOW


q

The map matching function needs to refer to the data of the surrounding area. It is necessary to drive some distance for the function to work. Because map matching operates on this principle, when there are many roads running in similar directions in the surrounding area, no matching determination may be made. The location may not be corrected until some special feature is found.

ALTHOUGH THE GPS RECEIVING DISPLAY IS GREEN, THE VEHICLE MARK DOES NOT RETURN TO THE CORRECT LOCATION
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The GPS accuracy has an error of about 100 m (300 ft). In some cases the current-location mark may not be on the correct street, even when GPS location-correction is done. The navigation system compares the results of GPS location detection with the results from map-matching location detection. The one which is determined to have higher accuracy is used. GPS location correction may not be performed when the vehicle is stopped.

THE NAME OF THE CURRENT PLACE IS NOT DISPLAYED


The current place name may not be displayed if there are no place names displayed on the map screen.

CONTENTS OF THE DISPLAY DIFFER FOR THE BIRD VIEW AND THE (FLAT) MAP SCREEN. Difference of the Bird View Screen From The Flat Map Screen Are As Follows
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The current place name displays names which are primarily in the direction of vehicle travel. The amount of time before the vehicle travel or turn angle is updated on the screen is longer than for the (flat) map display. The conditions for display of place names, roads, and other data are different for nearby areas and for more distant areas. Some thinning of the character data is done to prevent the display becoming to complex. In some cases and in some locations, the display contents may differ. The same place name, street name, etc. may be displayed multiple times.

AV-110

NAVIGATION SYSTEM Program Loading


AKS00124

AV

SKIA2165E

AV-111

NAVIGATION SYSTEM Removal and Installation of NAVI Control Unit


REMOVAL
1. Remove luggage floor finisher upper (front) in case of Coupe, and refer to EI-34, "Removal and Installation (for Coupe Models)" , and remove luggage floor finisher upper in case of Roadster, and refer to EI-36, "Removal and Installation (for Roadster Models)" . Remove screws (4) and remove NAVI control unit.
AKS00125

2.

SKIA8765E

3.

Remove screws (4) and remove bracket.

PKIA1780E

INSTALLATION
Install in the reverse order of removal.

Removal and Installation of GPS Antenna


REMOVAL
1. 2. Remove instrument driver panel upper. Refer to IP-10, "INSTRUMENT PANEL ASSEMBLY" . Remove screw (1) and remove GPS antenna.

AKS00126

PKIA1781E

INSTALLATION
Install in the reverse order of removal.

AV-112

NAVIGATION SYSTEM Removal and Installation of NAVI Switch


REMOVAL
1. 2. Insert cloth-covered driver into gaps between NAVI switch and cluster lid C, and remove NAVI switch. Disconnect connector, and remove.
AKS00127

D
PKIA1782E

INSTALLATION
Install in the reverse order of removal.

E
AKS00128

Removal and Installation of Display Unit


REMOVAL
1. 2. Remove cluster lid C. Refer to IP-10, "INSTRUMENT PANEL ASSEMBLY" . Remove screws (2) and remove display unit.

I
PKIA1783E

3.

Remove screws (4), and remove bracket.

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PKIA1784E

INSTALLATION
Install in the reverse order of removal.

AV-113

NAVIGATION SYSTEM Removal and Installation of Power Cluster Lid Amp.


REMOVAL
1. 2. Remove cluster lid C. Refer to IP-10, "INSTRUMENT PANEL ASSEMBLY" . Shift a connector in a direction of an arrow of a right illustration and pull out a flexible print circuit.
AKS009M2

SKIA8763E

3.

Remove screws (2), and remove power cluster lid amp..

SKIA8764E

INSTALLATION
Install in the reverse order of removal.

AV-114

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