Toyota Corolla Cross Owners & Service Manuals

Toyota Corolla Cross: Utility

UTILITY

SPEAKER CIRCUIT ENERGIZATION INSPECTION (for 9 Speakers)

HINT:

This function checks for an open in each speaker circuit.

(a) Speaker circuit energization inspection

(1) In accordance with the display of the GTS, perform a speaker circuit energization inspection.

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Speaker Line Electricity Check

(2) If a speaker circuit malfunction is detected, perform troubleshooting for the output DTC.

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CHECK SERVICE FLAG INFORMATION

HINT:

This function checks the service use conditions of the vehicle.

(a) Check the service flag information.

(1) In accordance with the display of the GTS, display the Service Flag Information Reading screen.

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Service Flag Information Reading

(2) Check the service flag information.

CONNECTION HISTORY INITIALIZATION

HINT:

This function initializes the connected device history.

(a) Connection history initialization

(1) In accordance with the display of the GTS, display the Connection History Initialization screen.

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Connection History Initialization

(2) Perform connection history initialization.

NAVI SCREEN UNLOCK

HINT:

  • This function can be used to release the security lock if the security lock password is forgotten.
  • When releasing the security lock on the multi-display, you will be unable to enter a password if an incorrect password is entered a total of 20 times. The security lock will then need to be released using the GTS. (This can also be released by initializing the on-board device)

(a) Release the security lock using the GTS (Navi Screen Unlock)

(1) According to the display on the GTS, display the navi screen unlock screen.

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Navi Screen Unlock

(2) According to the display on the GTS, release the security lock.

HINT:

  • If authentication fails 100 times when using the GTS to release the security lock, the on-board device will be initialized.
  • If the security lock is released using the GTS, the security lock setting of the on-board device will switch to "OFF" and the user set password will be cleared.

MAP INFORMATION

HINT:

This function is used to check the map version of the navigation system and the end date of the map update service.

(a) Check map information.

(1) In accordance with the display of the GTS, display the "Map Information" screen.

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Map Information

(2) Check the map version and the end date of the map update service.

CHECK VIDEO DEVICE CONNECTION CHECK

HINT:

This function is used to detect disconnection of the video devices.

(a) Check Video Device Connection Check.

(1) In accordance with the display of the GTS, display the "Video Device Connection Check" screen.

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Video Device Connection Check

(2) In accordance with the display of the GTS, perform the video device connection check.

Video Device Connection Check Screen Description

Error Detected Image Line (Type)

Areas to be Checked

H/U - > Separate Display (GVIF)

-

H/U - > Full RSE (GVIF)

-

RSE - > Seatback Display RH (GVIF)

-

RSE - > Seatback Display LH (GVIF)

-

HINT:

  • DTCs are stored when errors are detected.
  • Depending on the vehicle, some of the items will not be displayed on the "Error Detected Image Line (Type)" screen.

(b) Clear video device connection check.

(1) When DTCs are cleared using any of the following operations, Video Device Connection Check will be cleared as well.

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  • Cleared using the GTS.
  • Cleared using the system check mode screen.
  • Cleared using the unit check mode screen.

HINT:

  • Whether the DTC judgement has completed can be checked using the GTS.
  • This function can be used to confirm whether the DTC judgement has completed after a reproduction test for a DTC or after completing repairs.

CHECK ALL READINESS

(a) Using the GTS, clear the DTCs.

Even if no DTCs are stored, perform the Clear DTC procedure as there may be pending DTCs.

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(b) Turn the ignition switch off and wait for 120 seconds.

(c) Turn the ignition switch to ON and wait for 180 seconds.

(d) Perform the DTC judgement driving pattern to run the DTC judgement.

(e) Using the GTS, perform All Readiness.

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All Readiness

(f) Proceed to the next screen and enter the DTC to be checked.

(g) Check the status of the All Readiness check.

Result

Content

NORMAL

  • All readiness check completed
  • System normal

ABNORMAL

  • All readiness check completed
  • System malfunction

INCOMPLETE

  • All readiness check not completed
  • After confirming the detection conditions, perform a road test

N/A

  • All readiness check cannot be performed
  • Number of DTCs that can be stored by the ECU for which the prerequisite conditions have not been met has been reached
  • After confirming the detection conditions, perform a road test

If the judgment result shows INCOMPLETE or N/A, perform the DTC judgement driving pattern and then recheck the judgment result.

(h) Turn the ignition switch off.

CHECK "Wi-Fi" CONNECTION HISTORY

HINT:

This function is used to check the connection history when the connection between the radio and display receiver assembly and a "Wi-Fi" device is unstable.

(a) Check "Wi-Fi" Connection History.

(1) Perform "Wi-Fi" Communication Trace output, and save the "Wi-Fi" Connection History data to a USB memory device.

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(2) Connect the USB memory device with the saved "Wi-Fi" Connection History data to the GTS.

(3) Turn the GTS on.

(4) In accordance with screen on the GTS, select "Advanced Function" then "Wi-Fi" Connection History".

(5) According to the GTS screen, select the saved "Wi-Fi" Connection History file.

(6) When a value for an item is displayed in "Wi-Fi" Connection History, record it before proceeding with troubleshooting.

HINT:

When there is a "Wi-Fi" connection malfunction, refer to Click here

"Wi-Fi" Connection History Screen Description

Item

Content

Note

Occurrence Date/Time

Year is displayed in 4 digits and month, date, hour, minute and second are displayed in 2 digits

-

Wi-Fi Setting State

OFF (Not Use Wi-Fi)

"Wi-Fi" function is off

ON (Use Wi-Fi)

"Wi-Fi" function is on

Initial Activation

When in-vehicle device has started

Contents

Connection

Result of Wi-Fi connection processing

Auto Connection

Result of Wi-Fi automatic connection processing (in STA mode)

Disconnection

Result of Wi-Fi disconnection processing

Mode Generation

Result of each mode generation (ON) for STA, AP, P2P

Mode Destruction

Result of each mode termination (OFF) for STA, AP, P2P

Initial Activation

When in-vehicle device has started

Result

Connection Success

"Wi-Fi" successfully connected

Connection Failure (Time Out)

"Wi-Fi" could not be successfully connected

Connection Failure (Authentication Failure)

"Wi-Fi" could not be successfully connected due to a verification error

Connection Failure (Other Error)

"Wi-Fi" could not be successfully connected due to other error

Disconnection Success

"Wi-Fi" successfully disconnected

Disconnection Failure

"Wi-Fi" disconnection failed

Action Mode

STA

STA (station) operating

AP

AP (access point) operating

P2P

Miracast operating and (P2P) operating

Tip ID

Information indicating the chip during operation

WLAN Standard

802.11 B

Connected by 802.11b standard

802.11 G

Connected by 802.11g standard

802.11 N

Connected by 802.11n standard

802.11 A

Connected by 802.11a standard

802.11 AC

Connected by 802.11ac standard

Undetectable

Connected standard cannot be determined

Channel Number

Displayed in decimal format with "Ch"

Number of the connected channels being used

Data Rate

Slow Speed

1.0 Mbps - 24.0 Mbps

Medium Speed

26.0 Mbps - 48.0 Mbps

High Speed

52.0 Mbps - 65.0 Mbps

Received Signal Strength

-127dBm to +127dBm

Displays reception signal strength (weak, strong, etc. level value)

Packet Error Rate

Displayed in decimal format with "%"

Displays the ratio of packets not able to be received due to error

Destination MAC Address

Displayed in lower case hexadecimal format with "-" inserted every two characters.

Name of connected MAC address

Destination SSID

Data is displayed as ASCII code

Name of connected SSID

HINT:

If there is nothing to display in the "Content" column, "-" or "No Information" is displayed.

CHECK "Bluetooth" CONNECTION HISTORY

HINT:

  • "Bluetooth" Connection History displays data stored in the internal memory of the ECU, such as the date a "Bluetooth" connection was attempted and the state of a "Bluetooth" connection. By checking "Bluetooth" Connection History, the date, cause, etc. of a "Bluetooth" device failing to register or connect can be analyzed.
  • "Bluetooth" Connection History indicates the estimated cause of a malfunction, but does not determine it. Therefore, checking "Bluetooth" Connection History may not improve the problem.

(a) Check "Bluetooth" Connection History.

HINT:

Performing an inspection using the GTS before recording the "Bluetooth" Connection History may clear the history.

(1) Perform "BT Communication Trace output", and save the "Wi-Fi" Connection History data to a USB memory device.

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(2) Connect the USB memory device with the saved "Bluetooth" Connection History data to the GTS.

(3) Turn the GTS on.

(4) In accordance with the screen on the GTS, select "Advanced Function" then "BT Connection History".

(5) According to the GTS screen, select the saved "Bluetooth" Connection History file to display the "Bluetooth" Connection History.

(6) When an item is stored for "Bluetooth" Connection History, record it before proceeding with troubleshooting.

HINT:

For troubleshooting "Bluetooth" connection malfunctions, refer to Click here

"Bluetooth" Connection History Screen Description

Item

Content

Note

Occurrence Date/Time

YYYY/MM/DD HH:MM:SS

Date and time of "Bluetooth" connection history recorded.

History Type

BT OFF

Type of "Bluetooth" Connection History is displayed.

Mobile Microwave Strength

BT Microwave Strength

Registration

Connection

Disconnection

Profile individual processing

BT ON

Device info

GNSS Reception

Record stop

Record start

Profile

HFP

Profile of "Bluetooth" Connection History is displayed.

PBAP

SPP

A2DP

AVRCP

MAP

Details of Profile

Depending on connection history type and profile, details are displayed

Refer to Details of Profile Display Contents table below

Result

Success

Result is displayed.

Failure

Contents

No Error

Contents of the Result is displayed.

Link Loss

Disconnection from Partner

Disconnection from Self

Time Out

Out of Service

Authentication Error

Page Time Out

Redial Regulation

Other Error

Bluetooth Address

Displays a hexadecimal number with upper-case characters

Address of the "Bluetooth" device is displayed.

Details of Profile Display Contents

Item

Content

Note

History Type value is "Mobile Microwave Strength"

Strength 0

Cellular phone radio wave strength level is displayed

Strength 1

Strength 2

Strength 3

Strength 4

Strength 5

History Type value is "BT Microwave Strength"

Deteriorate

"Bluetooth" radio wave reception level is displayed

Good

Profile value is "HFP"

Outbound Processing (Send from Self)

Details regarding HFP are displayed

Outbound Processing (Send from Partner)

Incoming Call Cancel (Cancel from Partner)

Incoming Call (Receive by Self)

Incoming Call (Receive by Partner)

Incoming Call (Block Incoming Call from Self)

Incoming Call (Block Incoming Call from Partner)

Incoming Call (Keep Response On Hold from Self)

Incoming Call (Block Incoming Call from Partner)

Call (Call from Self)

Call (Call from Partner)

Switching of The Call (Operate Self)

Switching of The Call (Operate Partner)

Switching of The Call (Partner Factor)

End of Call (End of Call from Self)

End of Call (End of Call from Intended Party)

Profile value is "PBAP"

Phone Book Transfer

Details regarding PBAP are displayed

Phone Book Stop Transfer

Profile value is "A2DP"

Streaming Play

Details regarding A2DP are displayed

Streaming Stop

Profile value is "AVRCP"

Play

Details regarding AVRCP are displayed

Stop

Pause

Track Up

Track Down

Fast forward

Rewind

Repeat ON

Repeat OFF

Random ON

Random OFF

Acquisition of Music Information

Profile value is "MAP"

Message List Acquisition

Details regarding MAP are displayed

Message Acquisition

Setting of Notification Registration

Message Transmission

HINT:

If there is nothing to display in the "Content" column, "-" or "No Information" is displayed.

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