Toyota Yaris: Active Noise Control System / Problem Symptoms Table

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PROBLEM SYMPTOMS TABLE

NOTICE:

  • Use the table below to help determine the cause of problem symptoms. If multiple suspected areas are listed, the potential causes of the symptoms are listed in order of probability in the "Suspected Area" column of the table. Check each symptom by checking the suspected areas in the order they are listed. Replace parts as necessary.
  • Inspect the fuses and relays related to this system before inspecting the suspected areas below.

HINT:

Removing dealer installed options and optional components before performing diagnosis makes it easier to determine the location of a malfunction.

Active Noise Control System

Symptom

Suspected Area

Link

Muffled engine sounds in cabin

Using the Customize Parameters, check that the ANC function has not turned off.

Proceed to "Power Source Circuit"

Front No. 1 speaker assembly LH

Front No. 1 speaker assembly RH

Front No. 2 speaker assembly LH

Front No. 2 speaker assembly RH

Rear speaker assembly LH

Rear speaker assembly RH

Harness or connector

-

Stereo component equalizer assembly

Abnormal noise from speakers

Front No. 1 speaker assembly LH

Front No. 1 speaker assembly RH

Front No. 2 speaker assembly LH

Front No. 2 speaker assembly RH

Rear speaker assembly LH

Rear speaker assembly RH

Harness or connector

-

Stereo component equalizer assembly

    Customize Parameters

    C..

    Terminals Of Ecu

    TERMINALS OF ECU CHECK STEREO COMPONENT EQUALIZER ASSEMBLY Terminal No. (Symbol) Terminal Description Condition Specified Condition O131-15(+B) - O131-30(GND) Power source Always 11 to 14 V O131-29(IGP) - O131-30(GND) Power source (IG) Ignition switch ON 11 to 14 V O131-14(ACC) - O131-30(GND) Power source (ACC) Ignition switch ACC 11 to 14 V O131-30(GND) - Body ground Ground Always Below 1 Ω O132-1(MC1+) - O131-30(GND) Active noise control microphone input signal Active noise control microphone LH tapped with finger Pulse generation O132-5(MC1-) - O131-30(GND) Active noise control microphone input signal Always Below 1 Ω O132-2(MC2+) - O131-30(GND) Active noise control microphone input signal Active noise control microphone RH tapped with finger Pulse generation O132-6(MC2-) - O131-30(GND) Active noise control microphone input signal Always Below 1 Ω O131-3(NEI) - O131-30(GND) Engine pulse signal Idling with warm engine Pulse generation (See waveform 1) O131-24(FLI-) Active noise control microphone output signal - - O131-9(FLI+) Active noise control microphone output signal - - O131-23(FRI-) Active noise control microphone output signal - - O131-8(FRI+) Active noise control microphone output signal - - O131-5(RRI+) Active noise control microphone output signal - - O131-20(RRI-) Active noise control microphone output signal - - O131-6(RLI+) Active noise control microphone output signal - - O131-21(RLI-) Active noise control microphone output signal - - O131-7(ASG1) Shield ground - - O131-22(ASG2) Shield ground - - O131-12(FR+) - O131-30(GND) Sound signal Active noise control system operating Pulse generation O131-27(FR-) - O131-30(GND) Sound signal Active noise control system operating Pulse generation O131-13(FL+) - O131-30(GND) Sound signal Active noise control system operating Pulse generation O131-28(FL-) - O131-30(GND) Sound signal Active noise control system operating Pulse generation O131-10(RR+) - O131-30(GND) Sound signal Active noise control system operating Pulse generation O131+25(RR-) - O131-30(GND) Sound signal Active noise control system operating Pulse generation O131-11(RL+) - O131-30(GND) Sound signal Active noise control system operating Pulse generation O131-28(RL-) - O131-30(GND) Sound signal Active noise control system operating Pulse generation O131-1(CANH) CAN communication signal - - O131-16(CANL) CAN communication signal - - (a) Waveform 1 HINT: The oscilloscope waveform shown in the illustration is an example for reference only...

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    Turning the Engine Off

    Stop the vehicle completely. Manual transaxle: Shift into neutral and set the parking brake.

    Automatic transaxle: Shift the selector lever to the P position and set the parking brake.

    Press the push button start to turn off the engine. The ignition position is off.

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