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Timer, check your setting for sleep, and or auto on and off. My old t.v. was able to turn on and off by itself by setting it in the menu.

Posted on Dec 10, 2009

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  • NOTE: The key must be in the RUN position to enter the self-test.
    To enter the self-test, press the OFF and floor position buttons simultaneously and then press the AUTOMATIC button within two seconds. The display will show a pulse tracer around the center of the display window. The test may run as long as 30 seconds. Record all DTCs displayed.
  • If any DTCs are retrieved during the self-test, proceed to Electronic Automatic Temperature Control (EATC) Module Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) Index.
  • If a condition exists but no DTCs are retrieved during the self-test, proceed to Symptom Chart.
  • To exit self-test and retain all continuous DTCs, push the blue (cooler) TEMP button. The module will exit self-test, retain all continuous DTCs and then turn off (display blank).
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  • To enter the self-test, press the OFF and FLOOR buttons simultaneously and then press the AUTOMATIC button within two seconds. The display will show a pulse tracer going around the center of the display window. The test may run as long as 30 seconds. Record all DTCs displayed.
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How to Retrieve a DTC

The Climate Control Unit has a self-diagnosis function. To run the self-diagnosis function, do the following:
1. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
2. Tu rn the fan switch OFF, the temperature control dial to MaxCool (60.F or 18.C), and the mode control dial to Vent.
3, Turn the ignition switch ON (ll),then press and hold the recirculation control switch. Within lO seconds while holding the switch down, press the rear window defogger switch five times. The recirculation indicator blinks two times and the A/C indicator comes on, then the self-diagnosis will begin. About 15 seconds later, the self diagnosis will finish and the Ay'C indicator goes off. lf there is any problem in the system after finished self diagnosis, the recirculation indicator will blink the Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) 1 through 13. When problems in the evaporator temperature sensor circuit are detected (codes 14 and t5), the A/C indicator will blink the DTC. lf no DTCs are found. the indicator will not blink.
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Turn the ignition switch OFF to cancel the self-diagnosis function. After completing repair work, run the self-diagnosis function again to make sure that there are no other malfunctions.
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Hi... i'm new to the foreign car market...


1st check the #4 fuse (10A) and #10 fuse (7.5A) on the 'under-dash' fuse block.
then #9 fuse (10A) on the 'engine bay' fuse block.

if the fuses are good, the gauge assembly has has "self-diagnostic" feature.

Self-diagnostic Procedure

The gauge assembly has a self-diagnosis function.
. The beeper drive circuit check
. The indicator drive circuit check
. The LCD segments check
. The gauges drive circuit check (speedometer, tachometer, fuel gauge, coolant temperature gauge)
. The communication line check (the coolant temperature signal line between the gauge and ECM/PCM)


Entering the Self-diagnosis Function:
1. Push and hold the trip/reset button.
2. Turn the lighting switch ON.
3. Turn the ignition switch ON (ll).
4. Within 5 sec., turn the lighting switch OFF, then ON and OFF again.
5. Within 5 sec., release the trip/reset button, then push and release the button four times repeatedly.

NOTE:
. While in the self-diagnosis mode, the dash lights brightness controller operates normally.
. While in the self-diagnosis mode, the trip/reset button is used to start the beeper drive circuit test and the gauge drive circuit check.
. lf the vehicle speed exceeds 1.2 mph (2 km/h) or the ignition switch is turned OFF, the self-diagnosis mode ends.

The Beeper Drive Circuit Check:
When entering the self-diagnosis mode, the beeper sounds five times.

The Indicator Drive Circuit Check:
When entering the self-diagnosis mode. the indicators lights (such as: Seat belt indicator light, Door/hatch indicator light, Brake system light. Charging system light, Low fuel indicator light, maintenance required light) blink.

The LCD Segment Check:
When entering the self-diagnosis mode, the odo/trip segment blinks five times.

The Gauge Drive Circuit Check:
When entering the self-diagnosis mode, the speedometer, the tachometer, the fuel gauge, and the coolant
temperature gauge needles go from the minimum position to maximum position, then return to the minimum position.
NOTE:
After the beeper stops sounding and the gauge needles return to the minimum position, pushing the trip/reset button, starts the beeper drive circuit check {one beep), and the gauge drive circuit check again.
The check cannot be started until the gauge needles return to the minimum position.

The Communication Line Gheck:
In the seif-diagnosis mode, after the odo/trip LCD segments check, the self-diagnosis starts the communication line check.
lf all segments comes on, the communication line is OK.
lf the word" Error" is indicated, there is a malfunction in the communication line between the gauge assembly, the multiplex control unit, and the ECM/PCM,
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Ending the Self-diagnosis Function:
Turn the ignition switch OFF.

Note: lf the vehicle speed exceeds 1 .2 mph (2 km/h), the self-diagnosis function ends.
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If everything works correctly during the check, check your VSS (vehicle speed sensor)



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