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Toyota Venza: Steering Pad Switch Circuit

DESCRIPTION

This circuit sends an operation signal from the steering pad switch assembly to the navigation receiver assembly.

If there is an open in the circuit, the audio system cannot be operated using the steering pad switch assembly.

If there is a short in the circuit, the same condition as when a switch is continuously depressed occurs.

Therefore, the navigation receiver assembly cannot be operated using the steering pad switch assembly, also the navigation receiver assembly itself will not function.

WIRING DIAGRAM


CAUTION / NOTICE / HINT

NOTICE:

The vehicle is equipped with a Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) which includes components such as airbags. Before servicing (including removal or installation of parts), be sure to read the precaution for Supplemental Restraint System (See page ).


PROCEDURE

1.

CHECK HARNESS AND CONNECTOR (STEERING PAD SWITCH SIGNAL)

(a) Disconnect the E40 navigation receiver assembly connector.

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

Standard Resistance:

Tester Connection

Condition

Specified Condition

E40-21 (SW1) - E40-23 (SWG)

No switch pushed

95 to 105 kΩ

Up switch pushed

Below 2.5 Ω

Down switch pushed

313 to 345 Ω

Volume+ switch pushed

950 to 1050 Ω

Volume- switch pushed

2955 to 3265 Ω

E40-22 (SW2) - E40-23 (SWG)

No switch pushed

95 to 105 kΩ

MODE/HOLD switch pushed

Below 2.5 Ω

On hook switch pushed

313 to 345 Ω

Off hook switch pushed

950 to 1050 Ω

Voice switch pushed

2955 to 3265 Ω

E40-24 (SW3) - E40-23 (SWG)

No switch pushed

95 to 105 kΩ

Enter switch pushed

Below 2.5 Ω

Back switch pushed

313 to 345 Ω

Right switch pushed

950 to 1050 Ω

Left switch pushed

2955 to 3265 Ω


OK

PROCEED TO NEXT SUSPECTED AREA SHOWN IN PROBLEM SYMPTOMS TABLE


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2.

INSPECT STEERING PAD SWITCH ASSEMBLY

(a) Remove the steering pad switch assembly (See page ).


Text in Illustration

*a

Component without harness connected

(Steering Pad Switch Assembly)

*b

Volume+

*c

Volume-

*d

Back

*e

MODE/HOLD

*f

Up

*g

Down

*h

Left

*i

Right

*j

Enter

*k

Off hook

*l

On hook

*m

Voice

-

-

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

Standard Resistance:

Tester Connection

Condition

Specified Condition

10 (AU1) - 7 (EAU)

No switch pushed

95 to 105 kΩ

Up switch pushed

Below 2.5 Ω

Down switch pushed

313 to 345 Ω

Volume+ switch pushed

950 to 1050 Ω

Volume- switch pushed

2955 to 3265 Ω

9 (AU2) - 7 (EAU)

No switch pushed

95 to 105 kΩ

MODE/HOLD switch pushed

Below 2.5 Ω

On hook switch pushed

313 to 345 Ω

Off hook switch pushed

950 to 1050 Ω

Voice switch pushed

2955 to 3265 Ω

8 (AU3) - 7 (EAU)

No switch pushed

95 to 105 kΩ

Enter switch pushed

Below 2.5 Ω

Back switch pushed

313 to 345 Ω

Right switch pushed

950 to 1050 Ω

Left switch pushed

2955 to 3265 Ω


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REPLACE STEERING PAD SWITCH ASSEMBLY


OK

3.

INSPECT SPIRAL CABLE WITH SENSOR SUB-ASSEMBLY

(a) Remove the spiral cable with sensor sub-assembly (See page ).


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

Standard Resistance:

Tester Connection

Condition

Specified Condition

z5-7 (EAU) - D18-3 (EAU)

Center

3 Ω or less

2.5 rotations to the left

2.5 rotations to the right

z5-10 (AU1) - D18-6 (AU1)

Center

3 Ω or less

2.5 rotations to the left

2.5 rotations to the right

z5-9 (AU2) - D18-5 (AU2)

Center

3 Ω or less

2.5 rotations to the left

2.5 rotations to the right

z5-8 (AU3) - D18-4 (AU3)

Center

3 Ω or less

2.5 rotations to the left

2.5 rotations to the right


(c) After setting the spiral cable with sensor sub-assembly to the center position, rotate the spiral cable with sensor sub-assembly 2.5 times clockwise. Then while rotating the spiral cable with sensor sub-assembly 5 times counterclockwise, measure the resistance according to the value(s) in the table below.

Standard Resistance:

Tester Connection

Condition

Specified Condition

z5-7 (EAU) - D18-3 (EAU)

Always

3 Ω or less

z5-10 (AU1) - D18-6 (AU1)

Always

3 Ω or less

z5-9 (AU2) - D18-5 (AU2)

Always

3 Ω or less

z5-8 (AU3) - D18-4 (AU3)

Always

3 Ω or less

NOTICE:

  • Press and hold the lock located in the center of the spiral cable with sensor sub-assembly to rotate the spiral cable with sensor sub-assembly.
  • The spiral cable with sensor sub-assembly is an important part of the SRS airbag system. Incorrect removal or installation of the spiral cable with sensor sub-assembly may prevent the airbag from deploying.
  • As the spiral cable with sensor sub-assembly may break, do not rotate the spiral cable with sensor sub-assembly more than the specified amount.
Text in Illustration

*a

Component without harness connected

(Spiral Cable with Sensor Sub-assembly)

*b

Steering Pad Switch Assembly Side

*c

Vehicle Side


OK

REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR CONNECTOR (NAVIGATION RECEIVER ASSEMBLY - SPIRAL CABLE WITH SENSOR SUB-ASSEMBLY)


NG

REPLACE SPIRAL CABLE WITH SENSOR SUB-ASSEMBLY

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