HINT: Parameters listed in the chart may be different from your readings depending on the type of instruments and other factors. If any DTCs are displayed during a check mode, check the circuit for the DTCs listed in the chart below. For details of each DTC, refer to the page indicated.
HINT: Using the intelligent tester's Data List allows switch, sensor, actuator, and other item values to be read without removing any parts. Reading the Data List early in troubleshooting is one way to save time.
FAIL-SAFE CHART If any of the following DTCs are set, the ECM enters fail-safe mode to allow the vehicle to be driven temporarily.
When troubleshooting Europe On-Board Diagnostic (Euro-OBD) vehicles, the vehicle must be connected to an OBD scan tool (complying with ISO 15765-4). Various data output from the vehicle's ECM can then be read. Euro-OBD regulations require that the vehicle's on-board computer illuminate the Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL) on the instrument panel when the computer detects a malfunction in:
Use the table below to help determine the cause of the problem symptom. The potential causes of the symptoms are listed in order of probability in the "Suspected area" column of the table. Check each symptoms by checking the suspected areas in the order they are listed. Replace parts as necessary.
When a malfunction cannot be confirmed by checking DTCs, troubleshooting should be performed on all circuits that are possible causes of the problem. However, in most cases, performing the basic engine check shown below can help you find the problem quickly and efficiently. Always perform this check first when troubleshooting the engine.