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Disconnect the negative battery cable.
Remove (UPPER RADIATOR CROSS MEMBER) and relocate (UPPER RADIATOR CROSS
MEMBER REMOVED) the upper radiator crossmember, (Refer to 23 -
BODY/EXTERIOR/RADIATOR CROSSMEMBER - REMOVAL).
Remove the radiator fan module (FAN MODULE IN VEHICLE) (Refer to 7 - COOLING/ENGINE/RADIATOR FAN - REMOVAL).
Remove the wiring harness clip from front mount.
Remove the coolant line clamp bolt (COOLANT LINE BRACKET).
Remove the upper nut from the front mount (FRONT RUBBER MOUNT UPPER NUT).
Remove the upper starter mounting bolt (UPPER STARTER BOLT).
Remove the middle starter bolt (MIDDLE STARTER BOLT).
Raise vehicle and support.
Remove the lower front mount nut (FRONT RUBBER MOUNT IN POSITION).
Raise and support engine (SUPPORT ENGINE).
Remove the lower bracket bolt to transmission (BRACKET TRANS BOLT).
Remove the lower bracket bolt to engine block (BRACKET ENGINE BLOCK BOLT).
Relocate the front mount and bracket.
Disconnect the positive battery cable from starter
Disconnect the solenoid connector from starter.
Remove the lower starter bolt (STARTER LOWER BOLT).
Remove starter from vehicle.
Unplug unit and remove motor shroud ,check upper & lower wire for solid connections , check condition of magnet on front roller to see if missing or still in place if not replace the roller.
Next to the front roller, their is a speed sensor ( reed switch ) unplug the leads going to the the lower board use a multi meter to check continuity of the switch by inserting the leads into the connector and manually rotating the front roller back and forth opening and closing the reed switch if not operating properly then replace the switch.
If the above procedure did not resolve problem and still ERROR 1 then check the Motor Control Board LEDs 6 & 7
If LED 6 isn't on, change a new upper console if on then motor control board needs to be replaced if LED 7 is not on ( that a mouth full )
If LED 7 on - current overload circuit meaning too much friction between belt and deck you will need to apply good quality silicon lubricant that may be purchase @ gympart.com part# TM001
If then if the overload problem, still exists and lubrication did not the help then the belt and deck are worn and need to be replaced. Very seldom do we need to replace the Drive Motor problem is around 8% failure rate. You will get plenty warning if the motor goes out.
1. Take the side door off as usual. 2. Locate the drive door lock inside the chassis. 3. Rotate the lock to the down position to unlock the upper front panel door. 4. Press the indentation located on the lower front panel to open the lower door. 5. Grasp under the bottom of the upper front panel door, lift up, and gently remove from the hooks. (Tip: The upper front panel door has finger holes.) 6. Remove any of the bay components by pressing both sides of the drive rails. There are no screws. hope this helps...........
there are 3 leds on the front that blink the error code. which leds blink gives you the error. if its just the standby/temp red led blinking, it has overheated for some reason. there are a couple other fans you could clean but check your ventilation. many people put too close to the wall or close it up in a cabinet. it needs atleast 4" from the wall and someway to vent out hot air and get cool air in. a different model had the temp sensor cause this issue, it is the silver thing right atop the lamp. you will have to pull the whole back panel possibly, there are two wires that hook to it and two screws holding it to the engine (lamp housing). if you get lamp and temp leds blinking, reseat the lamp door. timer and temp leds is a fan error, all 3 leds is a lamp error (lamp, ballast, colorwheel, dmd)