TROUBLE DIAGNOSIS FOR SYSTEM
Revision: 2005 August 2006 350Z
TROUBLE DIAGNOSIS FOR SYSTEM PFP:00000
Wheel Sensor System NFS00026
After using the CONSULT-II SELF-DIAG RESULTS to determine the location of the malfunctioning wheel sen-
sor, check all areas to determine the component to be replaced.
? Do not measure the resistance value and also voltage between the sensor terminal with tester etc.,
because the sensor is an active sensor.
? Do not expand the terminal of the connector with a/the tester terminal stick, when it does the
inspection with the tester.
1. CHECK SELF-DIAGNOSIS RESULTS
Check self-diagnosis results.
Is the above displayed in the self-diagnosis display items?
YES >> GO TO 2.
NO >> INSPECTION END
2. CHECK TIRE
Check air pressure, wear, and size.
Are the air pressure, wear, and size within the standard values?
YES >> GO TO 3.
NO >> Adjust air pressure, or replace tire.
3. CHECK SENSOR AND SENSOR ROTOR
? Check the condition of the sensor mount (for looseness, etc.).
? Check the surface of the front sensor rotor rubber for damage.
? Check the rear sensor rotor for damage.
OK or NG
OK >> GO TO 4.
NG >> Repair wheel sensor mount or replace the sensor rotor.
4. CHECK CONNECTOR
1. Disconnect ABS control unit connector and the malfunctioning wheel sensor connector E42 (FR - LH) or
E27 (FR - RH) or T5 (RR - RH, LH). Check the terminal to see if it is deformed, disconnected, loose, etc.,
and replace it if any non-standard condition is found.
2. Reconnect connector, drive at a speed of approximately 30 km/h (19 MPH) or more for approximately 1
minute, and then perform self-diagnosis.
Is the result of self-diagnosis normal?
YES >> The connector terminal contact is loose, damaged, open or shorted.
NO >> GO TO 5.
FR RH SENSOR -1, -2
FR LH SENSOR -1, -2
RR RH SENSOR -1, -2
RR LH SENSOR -1, -2