Toyota Yaris: Outer Rear View Mirror / Inspection

Toyota Yaris XP210 (2020-2023) Reapir and Service Manual / Vehicle Exterior / Mirror (ext) / Outer Rear View Mirror / Inspection

INSPECTION

PROCEDURE

1. INSPECT OUTER REAR VIEW MIRROR ASSEMBLY LH

(a) Check the operation of the retractable mirror.

NOTICE:

  • Disconnect and reconnect the auxiliary battery between each mirror position check.
  • The mirror position cannot be changed manually when the Auxiliary battery is connected. To change the mirror position manually, the Auxiliary battery must be disconnected first.
  • If the motor is kept energized, even after each mirror position check, it may lead to a motor malfunction. Make sure to disconnect the auxiliary battery immediately after performing each mirror position check.

(1) For each position: Disconnect the auxiliary battery, set the mirror position by hand, connect the auxiliary battery, and check the retractable mirror movement.

OK:

Tester Connection

Condition

Specified Condition

L14-11 (MR) - Auxiliary battery positive (+)

L14-10 (MF) - Auxiliary battery negative (-)

Forward position (A)

Moves from (A) to (E)

L14-10 (MF) - Auxiliary battery positive (+)

L14-11 (MR) - Auxiliary battery negative (-)

Forward position (A)

Does not move

L14-11 (MR) - Auxiliary battery positive (+)

L14-10 (MF) - Auxiliary battery negative (-)

Position between forward position (A) and driving position (C)

Moves from (B) to (E)

L14-10 (MF) - Auxiliary battery positive (+)

L14-11 (MR) - Auxiliary battery negative (-)

Position between forward position (A) and driving position (C)

Moves from (B) to (A)

L14-11 (MR) - Auxiliary battery positive (+)

L14-10 (MF) - Auxiliary battery negative (-)

Driving position (C)

Moves from (C) to (E)

L14-10 (MF) - Auxiliary battery positive (+)

L14-11 (MR) - Auxiliary battery negative (-)

Driving position (C)

Does not move

L14-11 (MR) - Auxiliary battery positive (+)

L14-10 (MF) - Auxiliary battery negative (-)

Position between driving position (C) and retracted position (E)

Moves from (D) to (E)

L14-10 (MF) - Auxiliary battery positive (+)

L14-11 (MR) - Auxiliary battery negative (-)

Position between driving position (C) and retracted position (E)

Moves from (D) to (C)

L14-11 (MR) - Auxiliary battery positive (+)

L14-10 (MF) - Auxiliary battery negative (-)

Retracted position (E)

Does not move

L14-10 (MF) - Auxiliary battery positive (+)

L14-11 (MR) - Auxiliary battery negative (-)

Retracted position (E)

Moves from (E) to (C)

If the result is not as specified, replace the outer mirror retractor assembly LH.

*a

Component without harness connected

(Outer Rear View Mirror Assembly LH)

(b) Check the operation of the mirror surface.

(1) Apply voltage and check the operation of the outer rear view mirror assembly LH.

OK:

Tester Connection

Specified Condition

L14-6 (MV) - Auxiliary battery positive (+)

L14-5 (M+) - Auxiliary battery negative (-)

Turns upward

L14-5 (M+) - Auxiliary battery positive (+)

L14-6 (MV) - Auxiliary battery negative (-)

Turns downward

L14-4 (MH) - Auxiliary battery positive (+)

L14-5 (M+) - Auxiliary battery negative (-)

Turns right

L14-5 (M+) - Auxiliary battery positive (+)

L14-4 (MH) - Auxiliary battery negative (-)

Turns left

If the result is not as specified, replace the outer rear view mirror assembly LH.

*a

Component without harness connected

(Outer Rear View Mirror Assembly LH)

(c) Check the operation of the mirror heater.

(1) Measure the resistance according to the value(s) in the table below.

Standard Resistance:

Tester Connection

Condition

Specified Condition

L14-7 (+) - L14-2 (-)

25°C

6.4 to 9.6 Ω

If the result is not as specified, inspect the outer mirror LH or replace the outer rear view mirror assembly LH.

*a

Component without harness connected

(Outer Rear View Mirror Assembly LH)

(2) Connect a cable from the positive (+) auxiliary battery terminal to L14-7 (+) and the negative (-) auxiliary battery terminal to L14-2 (2), then check that the mirror becomes warm.

HINT:

It takes a short time for the mirror to become warm.

OK:

Mirror becomes warm.

If the result is not as specified, inspect the outer mirror LH or replace the outer rear view mirror assembly LH.

(d) Check the side turn signal light assembly LH.

(1) Apply auxiliary battery voltage to the terminals of the connector, and check the illumination condition.

OK:

Tester Connection

Specified Condition

L14-1 (B) - Auxiliary battery positive (+)

L14-2 (-) - Auxiliary battery negative (-)

Side turn light illuminates

If the result is not as specified, inspect the side turn signal light assembly LH or replace the outer rear view mirror assembly LH.

*a

Component without harness connected

(Outer Rear View Mirror Assembly LH)

2. INSPECT OUTER REAR VIEW MIRROR ASSEMBLY RH

(a) Check the operation of the retractable mirror.

NOTICE:

  • Disconnect and reconnect the auxiliary battery between each mirror position check.
  • The mirror position cannot be changed manually when the auxiliary battery is connected. To change the mirror position manually, the auxiliary battery must be disconnected first.
  • If the motor is kept energized, even after each mirror position check, it may lead to a motor malfunction. Make sure to disconnect the auxiliary battery immediately after performing each mirror position check.

(1) For each position: Disconnect the auxiliary battery, set the mirror position by hand, connect the auxiliary battery, and check the retractable mirror movement.

OK:

Tester Connection

Condition

Specified Condition

K14-11 (MR) - Auxiliary battery positive (+)

K14-10 (MF) - Auxiliary battery negative (-)

Forward position (A)

Moves from (A) to (E)

K14-10 (MF) - Auxiliary battery positive (+)

K14-11 (MR) - Auxiliary battery negative (-)

Forward position (A)

Does not move

K14-11 (MR) - Auxiliary battery positive (+)

K14-10 (MF) - Auxiliary battery negative (-)

Position between forward position (A) and driving position (C)

Moves from (B) to (E)

K14-10 (MF) - Auxiliary battery positive (+)

K14-11 (MR) - Auxiliary battery negative (-)

Position between forward position (A) and driving position (C)

Moves from (B) to (A)

K14-11 (MR) - Auxiliary battery positive (+)

K14-10 (MF) - Auxiliary battery negative (-)

Driving position (C)

Moves from (C) to (E)

K14-10 (MF) - Auxiliary battery positive (+)

K14-11 (MR) - Auxiliary battery negative (-)

Driving position (C)

Does not move

K14-11 (MR) - Auxiliary battery positive (+)

K14-10 (MF) - Auxiliary battery negative (-)

Position between driving position (C) and retracted position (E)

Moves from (D) to (E)

K14-10 (MF) - Auxiliary battery positive (+)

K14-11 (MR) - Auxiliary battery negative (-)

Position between driving position (C) and retracted position (E)

Moves from (D) to (C)

K14-11 (MR) - Auxiliary battery positive (+)

K14-10 (MF) - Auxiliary battery negative (-)

Retracted position (E)

Does not move

K14-10 (MF) - Auxiliary battery positive (+)

K14-11 (MR) - Auxiliary battery negative (-)

Retracted position (E)

Moves from (E) to (C)

If the result is not as specified, replace the outer mirror retractor assembly RH.

*a

Component without harness connected

(Outer Rear View Mirror Assembly RH)

(b) Check the operation of the mirror surface.

(1) Apply voltage and check the operation of the outer rear view mirror assembly RH.

OK:

Tester Connection

Specified Condition

K14-6 (MV) - Auxiliary battery positive (+)

K14-5 (M+) - Auxiliary battery negative (-)

Turns upward

K14-5 (M+) - Auxiliary battery positive (+)

K14-6 (MV) - Auxiliary battery negative (-)

Turns downward

K14-4 (MH) - Auxiliary battery positive (+)

K14-5 (M+) - Auxiliary battery negative (-)

Turns left

K14-5 (M+) - Auxiliary battery positive (+)

K14-4 (MH) - Auxiliary battery negative (-)

Turns right

If the result is not as specified, replace the outer rear view mirror assembly RH.

*a

Component without harness connected

(Outer Rear View Mirror Assembly RH)

(c) Check the operation of the mirror heater.

(1) Measure the resistance according to the value(s) in the table below.

Standard Resistance:

Tester Connection

Condition

Specified Condition

K14-7 (+) - K14-2 (-)

25°C

6.4 to 9.6 Ω

If the result is not as specified, inspect the outer mirror RH or replace the outer rear view mirror assembly RH.

*a

Component without harness connected

(Outer Rear View Mirror Assembly RH)

(2) Connect a cable from the positive (+) auxiliary battery terminal to K14-7 (+) and negative (-) auxiliary battery terminal to K14-2 (-), then check that the mirror becomes warm.

HINT:

It takes a short time for the mirror to become warm.

OK:

Mirror becomes warm.

If the result is not as specified, inspect the outer mirror RH or replace the outer rear view mirror assembly RH.

(d) Check the side turn signal light assembly RH.

(1) Apply auxiliary battery voltage to the terminals of the connector, and check the illumination condition.

OK:

Tester Connection

Specified Condition

K14-1 (B) - Auxiliary battery positive (+)

K14-2 (-) - Auxiliary battery negative (-)

Side turn light illuminates

If the result is not as specified, inspect the side turn signal light assembly RH or replace the outer rear view mirror assembly RH.

*a

Component without harness connected

(Outer Rear View Mirror Assembly RH)

    Disassembly

    DISASSEMBLY CAUTION / NOTICE / HINT HINT: Use the same procedure for the RH side and LH side. The following procedure is for the LH side. PROCEDURE 1...

    Reassembly

    REASSEMBLY CAUTION / NOTICE / HINT HINT: Use the same procedure for the RH side and LH side. The following procedure is for the LH side. PROCEDURE 1...

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