Toyota Venza manuals

Toyota Venza: Inspection

INSPECTION

PROCEDURE

1. INSPECT REAR POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY LH

(a) Apply positive (+) battery voltage to connector terminal 2 (B).

NOTICE:

Do not apply positive (+) battery voltage to any terminals other than terminal 2 (B) to avoid damaging the pulse sensor inside the motor.


(b) Connect a ground lead to connector terminals 1 (GND) and 7 (DOWN) or 10 (UP).

(c) Check that the motor gear rotates smoothly as follows:

OK:

Measurement Condition

Specified Condition

  1. Connect a positive (+) battery lead to terminal 2 (B), connect a negative (-) battery lead to terminal 1 (GND), and keep them connected for 3 seconds or more.
  2. With terminals 2 (B) and 1 (GND) connected, connect a negative (-) battery lead to terminal 10 (UP).
  3. Disconnect and reconnect a negative (-) battery lead to terminal 10 (UP) within 1 second.

Motor gear rotates clockwise (Up)

  1. Connect a positive (+) battery lead to terminal 2 (B), connect a negative (-) battery lead to terminal 1 (GND), and keep them connected for 3 seconds or more.
  2. With terminals 2 (B) and 1 (GND) connected, connect a negative (-) battery lead to terminal 7 (DOWN).
  3. Disconnect and reconnect a negative (-) battery lead to terminal 7 (DOWN) within 1 second.

Motor gear rotates counterclockwise (Down)

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Component without harness connected

(to Rear Power Window Regulator Motor Assembly LH)

  • If the result is not as specified, replace the rear power window regulator motor assembly LH.

CAUTION:

Reset the power window regulator motor (initialize the pulse sensor) after installing the power window regulator motor and regulator assembly onto the door.

2. INSPECT REAR POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY RH

(a) Apply positive (+) battery voltage to connector terminal 2 (B).

NOTICE:

Do not apply positive (+) battery voltage to any terminals other than terminal 2 (B) to avoid damaging the pulse sensor inside the motor.


(b) Connect a ground lead to connector terminals 1 (GND) and 7 (DOWN) or 10 (UP).

(c) Check that the motor gear rotates smoothly as follows:

OK:

Measurement Condition

Specified Condition

  1. Connect a positive (+) battery lead to terminal 2 (B), connect a negative (-) battery lead to terminal 1 (GND), and keep them connected for 3 seconds or more.
  2. With terminals 2 (B) and 1 (GND) connected, connect a negative (-) battery lead to terminal 10 (UP).
  3. Disconnect and reconnect a negative (-) battery lead to terminal 10 (UP) within 1 second.

Motor gear rotates counterclockwise (Up)

  1. Connect a positive (+) battery lead to terminal 2 (B), connect a negative (-) battery lead to terminal 1 (GND), and keep them connected for 3 seconds or more.
  2. With terminals 2 (B) and 1 (GND) connected, connect a negative (-) battery lead to terminal 7 (DOWN).
  3. Disconnect and reconnect a negative (-) battery lead to terminal 7 (DOWN) within 1 second.

Motor gear rotates clockwise (Down)

Text in Illustration

*1

Component without harness connected

(to Rear Power Window Regulator Motor Assembly RH)

  • If the result is not as specified, replace the rear power window regulator motor assembly RH.

CAUTION:

Reset the power window regulator motor (initialize the pulse sensor) after installing the power window regulator motor and regulator assembly onto the door.

Components
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