DATA LIST REFERENCE TABLE


warning When touching the throttle valve, surely shut off the driving circuits of the throttle valve. In the event that the throttle valve is operated, a finger might be injured as the result of being caught by the throttle valve.

Item No.
Inspection Item
Inspection condition
Normal condition
1
Auxiliary battery voltage
Power supply mode of electric motor switch: ACC
System voltage
2
Crank angle sensor
Continuous idling mode
Release the accelerator pedal
1,000 - 1,200 r/min
Depress the accelerator pedal
Increases

  • Tachometer: Connected
  • Compare the engine speed on the tachometer with the value displayed on M.U.T.-III

Matched
4
Vehicle speed signal
Running at 40 km/h
Approximately 40 km/h
5
Intake air temperature sensor
Power supply mode of electric motor switch: ACC or continuous idling mode
Intake air temperature: - 20°C
- 20°C
Intake air temperature: 0°C
0°C
Intake air temperature: 20°C
20°C
Intake air temperature: 40°C
40°C
Intake air temperature: 80°C
80°C
6
Engine coolant temperature sensor
Power supply mode of electric motor switch: ACC or continuous idling mode
Engine coolant temperature: - 20°C
- 20°C
Engine coolant temperature: 0°C
0°C
Engine coolant temperature: 20°C
20°C
Engine coolant temperature: 40°C
40°C
Engine coolant temperature: 80°C
80°C
8
Manifold absolute pressure sensor
Power supply mode of electric motor switch: ACC
Altitude: 0 m
101 kPa
Altitude: 600 m
95 kPa
Altitude: 1,200 m
88 kPa
Altitude: 1,800 m
81 kPa

  • Engine: After warm-up
  • Continuous idling mode

Release the accelerator pedal
28.3 - 41.7 kPa
Excessive acceleration
Varies depending on the negative pressure at the inlet manifold
10
Air flow sensor *1

  • Engine: After warm-up
  • Continuous idling mode

Release the accelerator pedal
880 - 1,280 mV
Excessive acceleration
Varies depending on the acceleration
13
Throttle position sensor (main)

  • Remove the intake air hose at the throttle body
  • Disconnect the connector of the electronic-controlled throttle valve
  • With the special tool test harness (MB991658) bridge only the mating terminals of No. 3, No. 4, No. 5 and No. 6 of the disconnected connectors
  • Power supply mode of electric motor switch: ACC

Fully close the throttle valve with your finger
300 - 700 mV
Fully open the throttle valve with your finger
4,400 - 4,800 mV
Continuous idling mode
520 - 720 mV
15
Throttle position sensor (sub)

  • Remove the intake air hose at the throttle body
  • Disconnect the connector of the electronic-controlled throttle valve
  • With the special tool test harness (MB991658) bridge only the mating terminals of No. 3, No. 4, No. 5 and No. 6 of the disconnected connectors
  • Power supply mode of electric motor switch: ACC

Fully close the throttle valve with your finger
4,300 - 4,700 mV
Fully open the throttle valve with your finger
200 - 600 mV
16
Ignition advance
Continuous idling mode
Release the accelerator pedal
20 - 36 °CA (BTDC)
Excessive acceleration
advances
17
Injector drive time*2
Continuous idling mode
Release the accelerator pedal
1.73 - 3.73 ms
Excessive acceleration
Increases
31
Exhaust gas recirculation valve

  • Engine: Drive battery charge mode
  • Engine: After warm-up

1 - 7 STEP
36
V.V.T. phase angle
Continuous idling mode
Release the accelerator pedal
-6 to 0 °CA (ATDC)
Excessive acceleration
Decreases (advances)
85
Ignition switch-IG
Power supply mode of electric motor switch: ACC
ON
90
Oil pressure switch
Power supply mode of electric motor switch: ACC
ON
Continuous idling mode
OFF
95
Engine control relay
Power supply mode of electric motor switch: ACC
ON
96
Throttle valve control servo relay
Power supply mode of electric motor switch: ACC
ON
97
Fuel pump relay
Power supply mode of electric motor switch: ACC
OFF
Continuous idling mode
ON
AA
Air flow sensor*1

  • Engine: After warm-up
  • Continuous idling mode

Release the accelerator pedal
3.5 - 5.5 g/s
Acceleration
Varies depending on the acceleration
AB
Throttle position sensor (main)

  • Remove the intake air hose at the throttle body
  • Disconnect the connector of the electronic-controlled throttle valve
  • With the special tool test harness (MB991658) bridge only the mating terminals of No. 3, No. 4, No. 5 and No. 6 of the disconnected connectors
  • Power supply mode of electric motor switch: ACC

Fully close the throttle valve with your finger
6 - 14 %
Fully open the throttle valve with your finger
80 - 96 %
AD
Oxygen sensor (rear)
Continuous idling mode
0.6 - 1.0 V
BB
Barometric pressure sensor
Power supply mode of electric motor switch: ACC
Altitude: 0 m
101 kPa
Altitude: 600 m
95 kPa
Altitude: 1,200 m
88 kPa
Altitude: 1,800 m
81 kPa
BC
Throttle position sensor (relative value)

  • Remove the intake air hose at the throttle body
  • Disconnect the connector of the electronic-controlled throttle valve
  • With the special tool test harness (MB991658) bridge only the mating terminals of No. 3, No. 4, No. 5 and No. 6 of the disconnected connectors
  • Power supply mode of electric motor switch: ACC

Fully close the throttle valve with your finger
0 - 5 %
Fully open the throttle valve with your finger
88 - 100 %
BD
Throttle position sensor (sub)

  • Remove the intake air hose at the throttle body
  • Disconnect the connector of the electronic-controlled throttle valve
  • With the special tool test harness (MB991658) bridge only the mating terminals of No. 3, No. 4, No. 5 and No. 6 of the disconnected connectors
  • Power supply mode of electric motor switch: ACC

Fully close the throttle valve with your finger
6 - 14 %
Fully open the throttle valve with your finger
87 - 96 %
E1
Linear A/F sensor
Continuous idling mode
2.25 - 2.35 V
note *1: On the new vehicle (mileage: 500 km or less), air flow sensor output value may be higher by approximately 10 %.
note *2: On the new vehicle (mileage: 500 km or less), injector drive time may be longer by approximately 10 %.

Engine-ECU monitoring items



Item No.
INSPECTION ITEM
M.U.T.-III display descriptions
Standards at each check
Display range, and numeric value
14
Throttle position sensor (main) mid opening learning value

  • The following shows learning values of throttle valve opening angle when the throttle valve is fully closed.

Power supply mode of electric motor switch: ACC
500 - 2,000 mV
26
Long-term fuel trim

  • Indicates the long-term air-fuel ratio feedback amount.
  • The negative side shows a reduction in the injection amount, while the positive side shows an increase.

Power supply mode of electric motor switch: ACC
-10 to 10 %
28
Short-term fuel trim

  • Indicates the short-term air-fuel ratio feedback amount.
  • The negative side shows a reduction in the injection amount, while the positive side shows an increase.

Continuous idling mode
-25 to 25 %
32
Detonation retard

  • Indicates the ignition timing retardation angle that is controlled by the detonation sensor output.


  • Continuous idling mode
  • Engine: Excessive acceleration after warm-up

Retards depending on the knocking
33
Detonation control learned value

  • Indicates the learning value to compensate for the ignition timing that is controlled by the detonation sensor output.
  • 0 %side is retardation, and 100 % side is advance.

Power supply mode of electric motor switch: ACC
0 - 100 %
47
Fan motor duty

  • Indicates the duty ratio for the electric cooling fan.

Continuous idling mode
0 - 100 %
49
Purge control solenoid valve duty

  • Indicates the duty ratio for the purge control solenoid valve.

Continuous idling mode
0 - 100 %
59
Throttle valve control servo target value

  • Indicates the target opening angle of throttle valve.


  • Continuous idling mode
  • Engine: After warm-up

0 - 5.0 V
72
Absolute load value

  • Indicates the size of engine load.

Continuous idling mode
0 - 100 %
73
Calculated load value

  • Indicates the size of engine load.

Continuous idling mode
0 - 160 %
BA
Exhaust gas recirculation servo (target)

  • Indicates the target opening angle of exhaust gas recirculation servo.


  • Engine: Drive battery charge mode
  • Engine: After warm-up

0 - 100 %
105
Fuel system status 1

  • Indicates the air-fuel ratio feedback control conditions.

    • OL: Open loop*1
      CL: Closed loop*2
      OL-DRV: Condition of open loop due to acceleration and deceleration driving
      OL-SYS: Condition of open loop due to system failure.
      CL-HO2: Condition of closed loop only using front oxygen sensor when rear oxygen sensor is failed


  • Engine: Drive battery charge mode
  • Engine: After warm-up

Varies depending on the drive conditions
106
Fuel system status 2
Data items are displayed on M.U.T.-III display, but the in-line 4 engine is not applicable and its data is displayed as "N/A".
N/A
174
Static torque
Indicates the current engine torque.
Continuous idling mode
Varies depending on the drive conditions
175
Maximum torque
Indicates the maximum torque at the current engine conditions.
Continuous idling mode
Varies depending on the drive conditions
176
Friction torque
Indicates the friction torque at the current engine conditions.
Continuous idling mode
Varies depending on the drive conditions
177
PHEV request engine torque
Indicates the request engine torque from PHEV.
Continuous idling mode
Varies depending on the drive conditions
179
Generator torque
Indicates the absorption torque of generator.
Continuous idling mode
Varies depending on the drive conditions
180
Fuel maintenance mode request flag
Indicates the status of the fuel maintenance mode request.
Power supply mode of electric motor switch: ACC
ON/OFF
181
EV inhibition request flag
Indicates the status of the EV inhibition request.
Power supply mode of electric motor switch: ACC
ON/OFF
182
Fuel cut request flag
Indicates the status of the fuel cut request.
Power supply mode of electric motor switch: ACC
ON/OFF
183
Cranking flag
Indicates the cranking status.
Power supply mode of electric motor switch: ACC
ON/OFF
184
Engine stopping flag
Indicates the engine stopping status.
Power supply mode of electric motor switch: ACC
ON/OFF
note *1: Condition in which fuel is controlled without oxygen sensor signals being fed back to the engine-ECU because the condition to shift to the closed loop is not met.
note *2: Condition in which oxygen sensor signals are fed back to the engine-ECU for controlling fuel.