Toyota Yaris: Pre-collision System / Dtc Check / Clear

Toyota Yaris XP210 (2020-2024) Reapir and Service Manual / Vehicle Interior / Pre-collision / Pre-collision System / Dtc Check / Clear



(a) Check for DTCs (Test Failed / Pending / Confirmed).

Body Electrical > Pre-Collision System > Trouble Codes

GTS Display

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Test Failed

Represent malfunctions that were detected during the current trip.


Represent malfunctions which have occurred since the DTCs were last cleared but have not been confirmed.


Represent malfunctions which have occurred since the DTCs were last cleared and have been confirmed. (The number of trips since the DTC was stored may differ for each DTC.)


Freeze frame data is stored for permanent DTCs, pending DTCs and confirmed DTCs.


(a) Clear the DTCs.

Body Electrical > Pre-Collision System > Clear DTCs


Clearing the DTCs will also clear the freeze frame data.

    Terminals Of Ecu

    TERMINALS OF ECU NOTICE: Turning the ignition switch to ON with connectors disconnected may cause DTCs to be stored. Make sure to clear the DTCs after inspection has been performed...

    Freeze Frame Data

    FREEZE FRAME DATA DESCRIPTION (a) When a pre-collision system DTC is stored, the millimeter wave radar sensor assembly stores the current vehicle state as Freeze Frame Data...

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