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Jaguar Electronic Parking Brake Diagnostic Aid/ Repair Manual

INITIAL VISUAL INSPECTION 1. Place the vehicle on a suitable lift. 2. Visually inspect the parking brake cable installation, parking brake caliper levers and general condition of the brakes. • Ensure the caliper levers are returning fully to their stops. • Confirm the cable routing is correct • Confirm that the cable is securely fixed at all abutment points and is free to move within the C-clip. • Where cable routing goes over the top of the stabilizer bar drop links, confirm that the stabilizer bar rubber deflector blocks are fitted, and that the brake cables have not been getting trapped behind the stabilizer bar drop links (look for tell-tale marks on the links and/or cables). NOTE: Global Technical Reference (GTR) lookup sequence is as follows: GTR Home > NAS > Model > Service Information > Model Year > Workshop Manual > 2: Chassis — Section 206: Brake System NOTE: Refer to the correct section by reference to VIN and based on whether the vehicle is fitted with high performance brakes or not. 3. Rectify any obvious faults. 4. If no obvious faults are found or further guidance is needed to rectify faults, please proceed to the next stage of this bulletin. Refer to GTR Sections 206-05 (parking Brake and Actuation) and GTR Section 206-04 (Rear Disc Brake). 5. If any faults were found and rectified, it will be necessary to re-calibrate the parking brake after rectification. See ‘Parking Brake Calibration’ procedure. PREPARE THE PARKING BRAKE FOR DETAILED INSPECTION CAUTION: Jaguar IDS DVD 111 or later and Midtronics PSC-550 Vehicle Power Supply must be connected to the vehicle battery during diagnosis. 1. Install the Midtronics PSC-550 Vehicle Power Supply to the vehicle. 2. Connect the IDS to the vehicle and begin a new diagnostic session by entering the correct VIN for the current vehicle. 3. Follow the IDS prompts to read the vehicle configuration. 4. Select ‘YES’ when prompted ‘Do you wish to read diagnostic trouble codes?’. 5. Follow all on-screen instructions to complete this task. 6. Select ‘Vehicle Configuration’ tab when the ‘Content Model’ is displayed. 7. Select ‘Electronic Parking Brake’. 8. Select ‘Release to Service Position’ (S-TYPE/XJ) or ‘Parking Brake Unjam Procedure’(XK) ‘. CAUTION: When using the special service tool, take care to operate in the ‘release’ direction. Actuator motor damage may result if the tool is operated in the ‘apply’ direction for any length of time). 9. If the parking brake will not release using IDS, use the special service tool to fully release the parking brake. Refer to GTR Section ‘Parking Brake Cable Tension Release’ (in Section 206-05) for details of using the special service tool.

2005 Ford F-Super Duty 250-550 Auxiliary Brake System/ Trailer Brake Control (TBC) Module Repair Manual

connected to the vehicle, the TBC module will enter a “sleep mode” but still continue to send a PWM voltage signal to the trailer tow connector every 4 seconds to detect when a trailer is connected. When the ignition key is in the RUN position and the module is in sleep mode, pressing a gain button or sliding the manual switch will cause the module to “wake up”. If a trailer is not connected to the vehicle, the display should prove out for 3 seconds, then the trailer icon should illuminate red and the IC message center should display TRAILER DISCONNECTED or CHECK TRAILER. If a trailer is connected to the vehicle, the display should prove out for 3 seconds and then the trailer icon should illuminate green. Inspection and Verification NOTE: A trailer brake emulator tool is available to verify that the TBC module and vehicle wiring are functioning correctly. 1. Verify the TBC system is correctly installed by checking that the vehicle is equipped with a brake pressure transducer on the master cylinder. If the brake pressure transducer is not present, then the TBC system has been erroneously installed. 2. Verify the customer concern. 3. NOTE: The TBC does not function with electric-over-hydraulic or surge trailer brake types. Verify that the trailer brakes are electric-actuated drum type brakes. 4. Verify the stoplamps operate correctly by applying and releasing the brake pedal with the ignition switch in the OFF position and the trailer disconnected. If the stoplamps do not operate correctly, refer to Section 417-01 . If the stoplamps operate correctly, proceed to the next step. 5. Visually inspect for obvious signs of mechanical or electrical damage. Visual Inspection Chart 6. If the cause is not visually evident, connect the scan tool to the data link connector (DLC) and select the vehicle to be tested from the scan tool menu. If the scan tool does not communicate with the vehicle: * check that the program card is correctly installed. * check the connections to the vehicle. * check the ignition switch position. 7. If the scan tool still does not communicate with the vehicle, refer to the scan tool operating manual. 8. Carry out the scan tool data link test. If the scan tool responds with: * CAN, ISO, or UBP circuit fault; all electronic control units no response/not equipped, refer to Section 418-00 . * No response/not equipped for the TBC, GO to Pinpoint Test A . * System passed, retrieve and record the continuous diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs), erase the continuous DTCs, and carry out self-test diagnostics for the TBC and the antilock brake system (ABS) module. 9. If the DTCs retrieved are related to the concern, go to the Trailer Brake Control (TBC) module Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) Chart or Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS) Module Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) Chart to continue diagnosis. 10. If no DTCs related to the concern are retrieved, GO to Symptom Chart to continue diagnosis. NOTE: Always retrieve the continuous DTCs after running the self-test.


ISSUE b. If new level (47 fin) rotors are present, Some 2004/2005 F-150 vehicles built before perform one (1) of the following: 11/29/2004 may exhibit front brake roughness and or shudder while braking. (1) If rotors are within minimum thickness specifications, machine the rotors using ACTION the Rotunda on vehicle brake lathe and Service the rack and pinion, rotors, and caliper the Rotunda adapter kit 201-R0093. assemblies as needed, based on vehicle build date Refer to the Workshop Manual, Section and current part levels installed on the vehicle. 206-00 for the correct on-vehicle brake Refer to the following Service Procedure. lathe procedure. SERVICE PROCEDURE (2) If rotors are beyond machinable thickness, the front rotors must be 1. Vehicles built prior to 8/20/2003 require the replaced. replacement of the rack and pinion assembly if it has not been replaced. Refer to Workshop 3. Install new service fix calipers. Manual, Section 206-03 and 211-02. NOTE 2. Determine if the vehicle has the old or new REPLACE CALIPERS WITH NEW SERVICE FIX level rotors (Figure 1). CALIPER ASSEMBLIES BY REMOVING THE CALIPERS AT THE KNUCKLES. THE SERVICE REPLACEMENT CALIPERS WILL BE PRE-ASSEMBLED WITH ANCHOR, SPRINGS, AND PADS. THE CALIPERS SHOULD BE INSTALLED AS A UNIT WITHOUT DISASSEMBLY. PART NUMBER PART NAME 6L3Z-2B120-A Caliper Asy (Right Side) 6L3Z-2B121-A Caliper Asy (Left Side) 5L3Z-1102-AB Rotor (4X2, 6 Lug) 5L3Z-1102-BA Rotor (4X2, 7 Lug) 5L3Z-1125-AA Rotor (4X4, 6 Lug) 5L3Z-1125-BA Rotor (4X4, 7 Lug) 6L3Z-3504-AA Steering Gear (Super Cab/Crew 4X2) 6L3Z-3504-BA Steering Gear (Super Cab/Crew 4X4) Figure 1 – Article 05-21-19 6L3Z-3504-CA Steering Gear (Regular Cab 4X2) 6L3Z-3504-DA Steering Gear (Regular Cab 4X4) a. If old level rotors, replace the front rotors 6L3Z-3C294-AA Retainer Spindle Nut and front caliper assemblies. Refer to Workshop Manual, Section 206-00 for front rotor and caliper replacement.

2004-2007 FORD E-150, E-250, E-250, E-350 4.6L / 5.4L ENGINE-SLOW FUEL FILL REPAIR MANUAL

ISSUE carbon canister inlet. If there is no free flow Some 2004-2007 E-150 – E-350 vehicles equipped past the CVV, the CVV is failed or frozen with a 4.6L or 5.4L engine and mid-ship fuel tank closed. Replace the CVV. may experience a “Slow to Fill” condition. c. If you have free flow through the CVV and the vent hose, the restriction must be at the ACTION Separator Assembly (Dust Box). Check the Use the Service Procedure to check the canister Canister Separator Assembly for damage, vent tube for a spider web or other obstruction dirt, water or ice contamination and replace before replacing the fuel tank. the Separator Assembly. SERVICE PROCEDURE 2. If the fuel tank is still difficult to fill with the 1. Disconnect the evaporative emission (EVAP) carbon canister disconnected, replace the fuel lines where it connects from the fuel tank to the tank assembly. carbon canister assembly inlet. If the tank can be easily filled, the carbon canister and EVAP PART NUMBER PART NAME lines should be investigated for restriction, 5C2Z-9S327-CA Fuel Vapor Vent continue to Step 1a. If the fuel tank is still 6F1Z-9F945-AA Solenoid Canister Vent difficult to fill with the carbon canister XF2Z-9B328-AA Separator Asy Fuel 6C2Z-9002-AA Tank Asy Fuel disconnected, proceed to Step 2. (Figure 1) F75Z-9F945-CA Solenoid Canister Vent WARRANTY STATUS: Eligible Under Provisions Of New Vehicle Limited Warranty Coverage IMPORTANT: Warranty coverage limits/policies are not altered by a TSB. Warranty coverage limits are determined by the identified causal part. OPERATION DESCRIPTION TIME MT071501 Use SLTS Operations If Actual Available; Claim AdditionalTime Diagnosis Or Labor Figure 1 – Article 07-15-1 Performed As Actual Time DEALER CODING a. Spider webs and other debris in the vent CONDITION hose 5C2Z-9S327-CA may restrict the hose. BASIC PART NO. CODE Disconnect and blow out vent hose with 9S327 55 shop air or roll a bearing down the hose to remove the debris.

HONDA Accord V6, Odyssey, Pilot Idle Vibration or Harsh Shifting Repair Manual

SYMPTOM There is a vibration at idle or harsh engagement when shifting the transmission between between Park, Drive, and Reverse. PROBABLE CAUSE The front hydraulic engine mount may have deteriorated and torn. PARTS INFORMATION Front Engine Mount Assembly: 1998-02 Accord V6 – P/N 50810-S87-A82, H/C 7981657 1999-04 Odyssey – P/N 50800-S0X-A04, H/C 7978927 2003-05 Pilot – P/N 50800-S3V-A82, H/C 7984560 WARRANTY CLAIM INFORMATION In warranty: The normal warranty applies. Failed Part: P/N 50810-S87-A81 H/C 5438593 Defect Code: 01102 Symptom Code: 04501 Skill Level: Repair Technician Out of warranty: Any repair performed after warranty expiration may be eligible for goodwill consideration by the District Parts and Service Manager or your Zone Office. You must request consideration, and get a decision, before starting work. DIAGNOSIS 1. Bring the engine up to operating temperature, and fully apply the parking brake. 2. Have an assistant view the top of the front engine mount while standing to the side of the vehicle. Shift the transmission to Drive. With your foot firmly on the brake pedal, quickly depress the accelerator pedal and release it. Your assistant should look for contact between the top of the engine mount and the bottom of the front engine mount bracket, and listen for noise from that area. REPAIR PROCEDURE 1. Drive the vehicle onto a lift, but do not raise it. 2. Odyssey – Remove the intake manifold cover and the front ignition coil cover: •See page 9-4 of the 1999-04 Odyssey Service Manual. •Online, enter keyword INTAKE , and select Intake Manifold Removal and Installation from the list. 3. Odyssey – Remove the radiator cover: •See page 10-16 of the 1999-04 Odyssey Service Manual. •Online, enter keyword RADIATOR , and select Radiator and Fan Replacement from the list