Toyota Yaris: Sfi System / VEHICLE CONTROL HISTORY (RoB)

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VEHICLE CONTROL HISTORY (RoB)

DESCRIPTION (SFI SYSTEM)

  • Vehicle Control History is a function that captures and stores ECU data when triggered by specific vehicle behavior.
  • If the customer states that the engine stalls or will not start, it may be possible to diagnose the cause of the malfunction by checking the vehicle history information and freeze frame data.
  • The number of possible stored Freeze Frame Data sets, whether multi Freeze Frame Data is available, the number of freeze frame points, Freeze Frame Data items, the ECU internal range, etc., is different depending on the stored group.
  • The stored data items for Vehicle Control History Freeze Frame Data are different depending on the stored group. When the value of a data item does not change across all points, only the value of the detection point will be displayed. The contents of the Freeze Frame Data are almost the same as those of the Data List.

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PRECAUTIONS (SFI SYSTEM)

  • As Vehicle Control History may be overwritten whenever the trigger conditions are met, make sure to save Vehicle Control History before performing any inspections.
  • As Vehicle Control History may be stored when performing an Active Test, learning, etc., make sure to clear the Vehicle Control History before returning the vehicle to the customer.

CHECK VEHICLE CONTROL HISTORY (SFI SYSTEM)

(a) Connect the GTS to the DLC3.

(b) Turn the ignition switch to ON.

(c) Turn the GTS on.

(d) Enter the following menus: Powertrain / Engine / Utility / Vehicle Control History (RoB).

Powertrain > Engine > Utility

Tester Display

Vehicle Control History (RoB)

HINT:

It is also possible to display Vehicle Control History during the Health Check, if "Store All Data" is selected.

Vehicle Control History Item

Code

Item

Trigger Description

Stored Group

Reference Inspection Procedure

Link

X0810

Engine Difficult to Start (Engine Starting Time Long)

Detection Condition (Engine Starting Time Long)
  • Prerequisite Conditions: STA signal is ON
  • Detection Conditions: The engine speed is less than 500 rpm for a long period of time (the starting time is long or the engine does not start)
  • Duration: Refer to Engine Difficult to Start Duration Judgment Region illustration

09

Flowchart [Engine Difficult to Start] step 3

The engine speed decreases or the engine stalls immediately after starting

X0812

Engine Difficult to Start (Immobiliser)

Engine difficult to start due to immobiliser

09

Flowchart [Engine Difficult to Start] step 3

X0844

Engine Lack of Power

Detection Condition (Engine Lack of Power)
  • Prerequisite Conditions: All of the following conditions are met
    • The accelerator opening angle 80% or more.
    • The engine speed is 1800 rpm or more.
    • The engine coolant temperature is 70°C (158°F) or higher
    • The intake air temperature is 60°C (140°F) or less.
    • The atmospheric pressure is 95 kPa(abs) [13.78 psi(abs)] or higher.
    • The STP signal is off.
    • The STA signal is off.
    • Shift state is not in neutral.
  • Detects a condition where the output torque is insufficient approximately 40% or more relative to the requested torque (divided value of the output torque is approximately 0.6 less than the requested torque)
  • Duration: 3 seconds or more

04

Flowchart [Lack of Power] step 3

X0845

Engine Lack of Power (Bad Fuel Condition)

Engine output is insufficient due to bad quality fuel

(Fuel quality is bad due to fuel aging degradation, water intrusion or fuel additive)

04

Flowchart [Lack of Power] step 3

X0850

Engine Oil Pressure Low

The engine oil pressure is low

05

-

-

X0851

Engine Coolant Temperature High

The engine coolant temperature is high (overheating)

05

-

-

X0852

Engine RPM High

The engine speed is high (over revving)

05

-

-

X0854

Engine Coolant Temperature High (Low Voltage)

The engine coolant temperature is high (overheating) due to a low engine water pump assembly voltage causing the engine water pump assembly to stop

HINT:

Only for vehicles equipped with an electric water pump (for engine).

05

-

-

XF01B

ECU Security Key Not Registered

ECU security key not updated

-

-

Engine Difficult to Start Duration Judgment Region (Engine Starting Time Long) (X0810) Stored Data

Stored Group

Number of Records

Number of Freeze Frame Points

Multi Freeze Frame Data Sampling Period

Note

04

1 code

HINT:

  • If the detection conditions for a code that is not currently stored are met, the code will be stored.
  • If the detection conditions for a code that is currently stored are met again in the same trip, the code will not be overwritten.
  • If the detection conditions for a code that is currently stored are met again in a different trip, the code will be overwritten.

7 points (1 point at detection + 6 points before detection)

HINT:

When the value of a data item does not change across all points, only the value at the detection point will be displayed.

0.5 seconds

The data can be cleared by using the GTS or by disconnecting the cable from the negative (-) auxiliary battery terminal.

05

2 codes

HINT:

  • If the detection conditions for a code that is not currently stored are met, the code will be stored.
  • If the detection conditions for a code that is currently stored are met again in the same trip, the code will not be overwritten.
  • If the detection conditions for a code that is currently stored are met again in a different trip, the code will be overwritten.

1 point (multi freeze frame data not available)

-

  • The data can be cleared by using the GTS.
  • The data cannot be cleared by disconnecting the cable from the negative (-) auxiliary battery terminal.

09

1 code

HINT:

  • If the detection conditions for a code that is not currently stored are met, the code will be stored.
  • If the detection conditions for a code that is currently stored are met again in the same trip, the code will not be overwritten.
  • If the detection conditions for a code that is currently stored are met again in a different trip, the code will be overwritten.

7 points (1 point at detection + 3 points before detection + 3 points after detection)

HINT:

When the value of a data item does not change across all points, only the value at the detection point will be displayed.

0.5 seconds

The data can be cleared by using the GTS or by disconnecting the cable from the negative (-) auxiliary battery terminal.

HINT:

  • Multi Freeze Frame Data makes it possible to display the engine condition (ECU data) both before and after the trigger detection point.
  • The number of available points differs depending on the stored group.
  • When the value of a data item does not change across all points, only the value at the detection point will be displayed.

HINT:

Only 1 measurement point can be displayed for stored group 05 Freeze Frame Data.

CLEAR VEHICLE CONTROL HISTORY (SFI SYSTEM)

(a) Connect the GTS to the DLC3.

(b) Turn the ignition switch to ON.

(c) Turn the GTS on.

(d) Enter the following menus: Powertrain / Engine / Utility / Vehicle Control History (RoB) (Clear).

NOTICE:

By performing this procedure, all stored Vehicle Control History items will be cleared.

VEHICLE CONTROL HISTORY FREEZE FRAME DATA (SFI SYSTEM)

(a) Connect the GTS to the DLC3.

(b) Turn the ignition switch to ON.

(c) Turn the GTS on.

(d) Enter the following menus: Powertrain / Engine / Utility / Vehicle Control History (RoB).

Powertrain > Engine > Utility

Tester Display

Vehicle Control History (RoB)

(e) Select a vehicle control history item to access the applicable freeze frame data.

(f) Check the freeze frame Data recorded with the Vehicle Control History.

VEHICLE CONTROL HISTORY (AIRBAG SYSTEM)

HINT:

A part of the control history can be confirmed using the vehicle control history.

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    Diagnostic Trouble Code Chart

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