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Toyota 4Runner: GPS Antenna Connection Malfunction(short) (B15C0,B15C1)

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DESCRIPTION

These DTCs are stored when a malfunction occurs in the navigation antenna assembly.

DTC No.

DTC Detection Condition

Trouble Area

B15C0

Navigation antenna error

  • Navigation antenna cord
  • Navigation antenna assembly
  • Radio and display receiver assembly

B15C1

Error of the power source to the navigation antenna

PROCEDURE

1.

CHECK DTC

(a) Clear the DTCs (See page ).


(b) Recheck for DTCs and check if the same DTC is output again.

OK:

No DTCs are output.


OK

USE SIMULATION METHOD TO CHECK

NG

2.

CHECK CONNECTION OF NAVIGATION ANTENNA CORD

(a) Check if the navigation antenna cord is securely connected to the radio and display receiver assembly.

OK:

Navigation antenna cord is securely connected.


NG

SECURELY CONNECT NAVIGATION ANTENNA CORD

OK

3.

INSPECT NAVIGATION ANTENNA ASSEMBLY

(a) Remove the navigation antenna assembly (See page ).


(b) Inspect the navigation antenna assembly (See page ).



OK

REPLACE RADIO AND DISPLAY RECEIVER ASSEMBLY


NG

REPLACE NAVIGATION ANTENNA ASSEMBLY

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