BASIC POWER WINDOW SYSTEM INSPECTION


BHE090358000W03

Manual Mode Function Inspection

STEP

INSPECTION

ACTION

1
• Turn ignition switch to ON position.
• Do all windows go up and down in manual mode using power window main switch?
Yes
Go to next step.
No
• Inspect the following items:
– Power window main switch power supply fuses
– Power window main switch ground wiring harness
– Power window main switch power supply wiring harnesses
– Wiring harness between power window main switch and power window motor
– Power window main switch
– Power window motor
– Each power window motor wire installation point
– Each window installation point on its carrier plate
– Each power window regulator installation point on each door
• Repair or replace the problem area, then go to Step 3.
2
• Does each window go up and down in manual mode using power window subswitch?
Yes
Go to next step.
No
• Inspect the following items:
– Power window main switch (power-cut switch system malfunction)
– Power window subswitch
– Subswitch power supply wiring harnesses
• Repair or replace the problem area, then go to automatic mode function inspection.
3
• Turn the power-cut switch to UNLOCK.
• Push/pull power window main switch (switches for all doors in manual mode).
• Does only driver-side front window go up and down?
Yes
• Manual mode function is normal.
• Go to automatic mode function inspection.
No
Replace power window main switch, then go to automatic mode function inspection (power-cut switch system malfunction).

Automatic Mode Function Inspection

STEP

INSPECTION

ACTION

1
• Turn ignition switch to ON position.
• Operate power window main switch for driver-side front door in automatic mode.
• Does driver-side front window go up and down?
Yes
Go to next step.
No

Driver-side front window does not go up and down in automatic mode:

• Go to Step 1 of NO. 1 DRIVER-SIDE FRONT WINDOW DOES NOT GO UP AND DOWN IN AUTOMATIC MODE.

Driver-side front window go up and down in automatic mode, but driver-side front window reverses:

• Go to Step 1 of NO. 3 DRIVER-SIDE FRONT WINDOW REVERSES EVEN THOUGH THE GLASS DOES NOT ENCOUNTER A FOREIGN OBJECT WHILE IT IS GOING UP IN AUTOMATIC MODE.
2
• Gently pull the driver-side front power window switch while driver-side front window is going down in automatic mode.
• Does the glass stop?
Yes
Go to next step.
No
Replace power window main switch, then go to automatic window return function inspection.
3
• Gently press the driver-side front power window switch while driver-side front window is going up in automatic mode.
• Does the glass stop?
Yes
• Automatic mode function is normal.
• Go to automatic window return function inspection.
No
Replace power window main switch, then go to automatic window return function inspection.

Automatic Window Return Function Inspection

STEP

INSPECTION

ACTION

1
• Turn ignition switch to ON position.
• Lower driver-side front window completely.
• Use power window main switch to close driver's window in automatic mode.
• Does window automatically reverse even though the glass does not encounter a foreign object while it is going up in automatic mode?
Yes
Go to Step 1 of NO. 3 DRIVER-SIDE FRONT WINDOW REVERSES EVEN THOUGH THE GLASS DOES NOT ENCOUNTER A FOREIGN OBJECT WHILE IT IS GOING UP IN AUTOMATIC MODE.
No
Go to next step.
2
• Lower driver-side front window completely.
• Take a hammer and hold it against the inside of the top of the window frame so that the window will hit its handle when it is closed.
• Raise the window using automatic mode.
• When the window hits the hammer handle, does it immediately reverse and go down to approx. 200 mm {7.87 in} from the completely closed position?
Yes
• Automatic window return function inspection is normal.
• Go to IG OFF timer function inspection.
No
Go to Step 1 of NO. 2 DRIVER-SIDE FRONT WINDOW DOES NOT REVERSE, EVEN WHEN ENCOUNTERING A FOREIGN OBJECT IN ITS PATH.

IG OFF Timer Function Inspection

STEP

INSPECTION

ACTION

1
• Turn ignition switch to ON position.
• In automatic mode, push down power window main switch for driver-side front window. Window should go down within approx. 43 s from ignition switch OFF position.
• In manual mode (finger continuously depressing power window main switch), window should go down within approx. 43 s from ignition switch OFF position.
• Does driver-side front window go down?
Yes
Go to next step.
No
Replace power window main switch, then go to next step.
2
• Turn ignition switch to ON position.
• In automatic mode, pull up power window main switch for driver-side front window. Window dose not go up within approx. 43 s from ignition switch OFF position.
• Verify that driver-side front window does not operate.
• Does driver-side front window go up?
Yes
Replace power window main switch, then go to next step.
No
Go to next step.
3
• Turn ignition switch to ON position.
• Lower driver-side front window completely.
• Take a hammer and hold it against the inside of the top of the window frame so that the window will hit its handle when it is closing.
• Raise the window using manual mode.
• When the window hits the hammer handle, does it immediately reverse and go down to approx. 200 mm {7.87 in} from the completely raised position?
Yes
Go to next step.
No
Replace power window main switch, then go to next step.
4
• Open any door.
• Turn ignition switch to ON position.
• Push/pull power window main switch for driver-side front window within approx. 43 s from ignition switch OFF position.
• Verify that driver-side front window does not go up or down.
• Does driver-side front window go up or down?
Yes
• Inspect door switch and related warning harness.
• If above parts are okay, replace power window main switch, then go to next step.
• If above parts are incorrect, repair or replace malfunction part (s), then go to next step.
No
Go to next step.
5
• Close all doors.
• Turn ignition switch to ON position.
• Push/pull power window main switch for driver-side front window after approx. 60 s from ignition switch OFF position.
• Verify that driver-side front window does not go up or down.
• Does driver-side front window go up or down?
Yes
Replace power window main switch, then go to two-step down function inspection.
No
• IG OFF timer function is normal.
• Go to two-step down function inspection.

Two-step Down Function Inspection

• The distance the door glass opens can be changed using the two-step down function. (approx. 20-100 mm {0.79-3.93 in})

• The two-step down function can be made non-operative. (The function is operative at the initial setting.)

• The two-step down function does not function during IG OFF timer.

STEP

INSPECTION

ACTION

1
• Turn ignition switch to ON position.
• Raise driver-side front window completely.
• When the driver-side front window is lowered using manual mode, does it go down to approx. 30 mm {1.18 in} from the completely closed position and stop for 1 second? (This inspection cannot be carried out during IG OFF timer function operation.)
Yes
• two-step down function is normal.
• Recheck malfunction symptoms.
No
Replace power window main switch.