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Filed Under (Jaguar) by admin on 04-06-2010
This bulletin provides diagnostic information for the Passive Anti-Theft System. Action: Refer to the following information when diagnosing PATS on a 2002 MY-ON X-TYPE vehicle. DIAGNOSTIC FLOWCHARTS · P1260 – Security input (Page 2) · Passive Anti-Theft System (To be used to interpret the type of failure) (Pages 3 and 4) PATS Customer fault code flowcharts. · B1681 – fault code 11 (Pages 5, 6, 7 and 8) · B1600 – fault code 13 (Pages 9 and 10) · B1602 – fault code 14 (Pages 11, 12, 13 and 14) · B1601 – fault code 15 (Pages 15, 16 and 17) · U2511/U1900 – fault code 16 (Page 18)
Filed Under (Jeep) by admin on 09-12-2010
Passive anti-theft system is designed to prevent vehicle theft. The Security Alarm Module (SAM) is a logic controlled device that monitors vehicle doors, hood, liftgate and ignition action for unauthorized operation. The alarm activates by sounding the horn, flashing the headlamps, park and tail lamps and providing an engine kill feature. Passive arming occurs upon normal vehicle exit (open door, lock with power locks, close door). The Security lamp in the panel will flash for 15 seconds, indicating that arming is in progress. Note that this 15 second arming period will start after the Illuminated Entry has timed out (courtesy lamps off). If no monitored systems are activated during this period, the system will arm. If the hood switch is not seen by the system, the Security lamp will remain steadily lit during the arming process, although the system will still arm. Active arming occurs when the Remote Keyless Entry transmitter is used to lock the vehicle doors, whether the doors are open or closed. If one or more doors are open, the arming sequence is completed only after all doors and liftgate are closed. Passive disarming occurs upon normal vehicle entry (unlocking either door with the key). This disarming will also halt the alarm once it has been activated. Active disarming occurs when the Remote Keyless Entry transmitter is used to unlock the vehicle doors. This disarming will also halt the alarm once it has been activated.
Filed Under (Nissan) by admin on 04-01-2011
SERVICE PROCEDURE 1. Set the parking brake. 2. Connect C-III to the vehicle. 3. Use C-III to check for Air Bag DTCs. a. Navigate C-III to Air Bag Direct Diagnostic Mode. b. Make sure to check both SELF DIAG RESULTS and SELF-DIAG [PAST]. • SELF-DIAG [PAST] is under Special function. • If there are any DTCs stored for AIR BAG other than B1033, B1034 and/or B1035, perform repairs as needed, and then erase DTC before continuing with this procedure. • Diagnosis and repair for DTCs other than B1033, B1034, and/or B1035 is not covered by this bulletin. NOTE: All DTCs (except B1033, B1034, and B1035) must be repaired and erased before continuing with this procedure. 4. Disconnect C-III from the vehicle. 5. Start the engine and let it idle for about 5 seconds. 6. Turn the ignition OFF. 7. WARNING: Prep the vehicle for Crash Zone Sensor replacement as follows: The following are VERY IMPORTANT to prevent unexpected air bag deployment. • Remove the ignition key / Intelligent Key from the cabin of the vehicle and set aside, away from the vehicle (this will prevent accidentally turning the ignition ON). • Make sure the ignition remains OFF until after the new sensor is completely installed. • Make sure no one is in the vehicle cabin and no one enters the vehicle cabin until after the sensor is completely installed. • Wait for all control units to “power down” (at least 1 minute) before continuing. 8. Locate the Crash Zone Sensor (see Figure 2). Crash Zone Sensor Cover 9. Remove the 2 Crash Zone Sensor nuts shown in Figure 3. • Discard these nuts. They will not be reused. 10. Remove the Crash Zone Sensor Cover. 11. Disconnect the electrical connector shown in Figure 4.
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 19-06-2010
1. Insert the first programmed ignition key into the ignition and turn the ignition from OFF to ON (maintain the ignition in ON for 1 second). 2. Turn the ignition to OFF and remove the first key from the ignition lock cylinder. 3. Within 10 seconds of turning the ignition to OFF, insert the second programmed ignition key into the ignition and turn the ignition from OFF to ON (maintain the ignition in ON for 1 second). 4. Turn the ignition to OFF and remove the second key from the ignition lock cylinder. 5. Within 20 seconds of turning the ignition to OFF, insert the unprogrammed ignition key (new key) into the ignition and turn the ignition from OFF to START (attempt to start the vehicle). 6. If it is desired to program additional keys, repeat the key programming procedure from the beginning.
Filed Under (Jeep) by admin on 22-04-2010
Tests/Procedures: 1. Ground the Violet/Yellow wire (disarm circuit) that goes to either front door and the theft alarm module. Have the keys out of the ignition and all doors closed when grounding the wire. This should disarm the theft alarm system and prevent the
theft alarm from arming. 2. Check that the interior lights do not stay on due to the wire being grounded. If they do, the illuminated entry relay will need to be removed or another method of disabling the theft alarm will have to be used. 3. Another method if the theft alarm module is faulty would be to disconnect the module and replace the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) with a new one. Potential Causes: Disarm Circuit — Ground disarm circuit. Powertrain Control Module (PCM) Disconnected Theft Alarm Module