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Toyota Venza: Problem Symptoms Table

PROBLEM SYMPTOMS TABLE

HINT:

  • 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.
Steering Lock Function

Symptom

Suspected Area

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Steering wheel cannot be unlocked (the engine cannot be started).

Initialization


Check for DTCs in the smart key system (for start function).


Check for DTCs in the engine immobiliser system. (w/ Smart key system)


Check that the Lock/Unlock Receive item in the Data List of the certification ECU displays YES within 10 seconds after starting the engine. (If it displays NO, see "No steering unlock command" in this table.)


Check the output from the IGE terminal of the steering lock ECU (steering lock actuator assembly).


Steering lock ECU (steering lock actuator assembly) power source circuit


Replace the steering lock ECU (steering lock actuator assembly).


Steering wheel cannot be unlocked (no steering unlock command).

Check that the S Code Check item in the Data List of the certification ECU (smart key ECU assembly) displays OK. (If it displays NG, replace the ID code box.)


Check that the L Code Check item in the Data List of the certification ECU (smart key ECU assembly) displays OK. (If it displays NG, replace the ID code box.)


Replace the certification ECU (smart key ECU assembly).


Steering wheel cannot be locked.

Check for DTCs in the smart key system (for start function)


Check for DTCs in the engine immobiliser system. (w/ Smart key system)


With the engine switch off and the shift lever in P, open and close the driver door. After that, check that the Lock/Unlock Receive item in the Data List of the certification ECU displays YES within 10 seconds. (If it displays NO, see "No steering lock command" in this table.)


Check the output from the IGE terminal of the steering lock ECU (steering lock actuator assembly).


Steering lock ECU (steering lock actuator assembly) power source circuit


Replace the certification ECU (smart key ECU assembly).


Steering wheel cannot be locked (no steering lock command).

Courtesy light switch circuit


Check that the S Code Check item in the Data List of the certification ECU (smart key ECU assembly) displays OK. (If it displays NG, replace the ID code box.)


Check that the L Code Check item in the Data List of the certification ECU (smart key ECU assembly) displays OK. (If it displays NG, replace the ID code box.)


Replace the certification ECU (smart key ECU assembly).


Push-Button Start Function

Symptom

Suspected Area

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Engine does not start.

Initialization


Check for DTCs in the smart key system (for start function).


Check for DTCs in the engine immobiliser system. (w/ Smart key system)


Check that the engine switch is turned on.

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Check cranking operation. (If cranking operation is possible, see "Engine dose not start due to the engine immobiliser" in this table.)

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Check the Shift P Signal item in the Data List of the power management control ECU and confirm that the shift signal is normal.


Check whether the steering wheel is locked or unlocked. (If it is locked, see "Steering wheel cannot be unlocked" in the steering lock function table.)

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Check the output from the SLP1 terminal of the steering lock ECU (steering lock actuator assembly).


Check the output signal from the engine switch of the certification ECU (smart key ECU assembly).


Replace the power management control ECU.


Engine does not start due to the engine immobiliser.

Check that the L Code Check item in the Data List of the certification ECU (smart key ECU assembly) displays OK. (If it displays NG, replace the ID code box.)


Check that the Engine Start Request item in the Data List of the certification ECU (smart key ECU assembly) displays YES. (If it displays NO, replace the certification ECU (smart key ECU assembly).)


Check that the S Code Check item in the Data List of the certification ECU (smart key ECU assembly) displays OK. (If it displays NG, replace the ID code box.)


Replace the ID code box.

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Initialization
INITIALIZATION HINT: In vehicles equipped with the push-button start function, the starting function may not be operational after recharging or while jump-starting a discharged battery. This con ...

Terminals Of Ecu
TERMINALS OF ECU 1. STEERING LOCK ECU (STEERING LOCK ACTUATOR ASSEMBLY) Terminal No. (Symbol) Wiring Color Terminal Description Condition Spe ...

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Disassembly
DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE 1. REMOVE TRANSMISSION WIRE 2. REMOVE ATF TEMPERATURE SENSOR ASSEMBLY (a) Remove the 4 bolts, ATF temperature sensor assembly and clamp from the valve body assembly. Text in Illustration *1 ...

On-vehicle Inspection
ON-VEHICLE INSPECTION PROCEDURE 1. INSPECT SHIFT LOCK CONTROL UNIT ASSEMBLY (a) Inspect the shift lock operation. (1) Move the shift lever to P. (2) Turn the ignition switch off. (3) Check that the shift lever cannot be moved from P to any other position ...

Lost Communication with Power Source Control (B278C)
DESCRIPTION This DTC is stored when LIN communication between the certification ECU (smart key ECU assembly) and power management control ECU stops for more than 10 seconds. DTC Code DTC Detection Condition Trouble Area ...

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