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Toyota Tacoma 2015-2018 Service Manual: Definition Of Terms

DEFINITION OF TERMS

Term

Definition

Monitor description

Description of what the ECM monitors and how it detects malfunctions (monitoring purpose and details).

Related DTCs

Group of diagnostic trouble codes that are output by the ECM based on the same malfunction detection logic.

Typical enabling condition

Preconditions that allow the ECM to detect malfunctions.

With all preconditions satisfied, the ECM stores a DTC when the monitored value(s) exceeds the malfunction threshold(s).

Sequence of operation

The priority order that is applied to monitoring if multiple sensors and components are used to detect the malfunction.

While one sensor is being monitored, the next sensor or component will not be monitored.

Required sensor / Components

The sensors and components that are used by the ECM to detect malfunctions.

Frequency of operation

The number of times that the ECM checks for malfunctions per driving cycle.

"Once per driving cycle" means that the ECM detects a malfunction only once during a single driving cycle.

"Continuous" means that the ECM detects a malfunction every time the enabling conditions are met.

Duration

The minimum time for which the ECM must detect a continuous deviation in the monitored value(s) in order to store a DTC. Timing begins after the "typical enabling conditions" are met.

Typical malfunction thresholds

Value beyond which the ECM will determine that there is a malfunction and store a DTC.

MIL operation

MIL illumination timing after a malfunction is detected.

"Immediate" means that the ECM illuminates the MIL the instant the ECM determines that there is a malfunction.

"2 driving cycles" means that the ECM illuminates the MIL if the same malfunction is detected again in the next driving cycle.

Component operating range

Normal operation range of sensors and solenoids under normal driving conditions.

Use these ranges as a reference.

They cannot be used to judge if a sensor or solenoid is defective or not.

Precaution
PRECAUTION 1. PRECAUTION NOTICE: When disconnecting the cable from the negative (-) battery terminal, initialize the following systems after the cable is reconnected (See page ). ...

Parts Location
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Other materials:

Disassembly
DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE 1. REMOVE FRONT LOWER ARM BUSH NO. 1 (a) Using a hammer and chisel, raise the flange of the bush diagonally as shown in the illustration. (b) Using SST, remove the lower arm bush. SST: 09950-40011 09951-04010 09952-04010 09953-04020 09954-04010 ...

Radio Receiver Power Source Circuit
DESCRIPTION This is the power source circuit to operate the radio and display receiver assembly. WIRING DIAGRAM CAUTION / NOTICE / HINT NOTICE: Inspect the fuses for circuits related to this system before performing the following inspection procedure. PROCEDURE ...

Front Airbag Sensor RH Circuit Malfunction (B1610/13)
DESCRIPTION The front airbag sensor RH consists of parts such as the diagnostic circuit and the frontal detection sensor. When the airbag sensor assembly receives signals from the frontal deceleration sensor, it determines whether or not the SRS should be activated. DTC B1610/13 is set when a ...

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