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Toyota Corolla Repair Manual: Inspection procedure

Hint

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Hand–held tester:

1 Check fuel tank cap assy(check that fuel tank cap is toyota genuine parts)

2 Check that fuel tank cap is correctly installed

2 Check that fuel tank cap is correctly installed

3 Inspect fuel tank cap assy

3 Inspect fuel tank cap assy

4 Check filler neck for damage

4 Check filler neck for damage

  1. Remove the fuel tank cap.
  2.  visually check the fuel inlet pipe for damage.
  3.  reinstall the fuel tank cap.

5 Perform active test by hand–held tester(check for evap purge

5 Perform active test by hand–held tester(check for evap purge flow)

  1. Select the item ”diagnosis/enhanced obd ii/active test” mode on the hand–held tester.
  2.  disconnect the vacuum hose of the vsv for evap from the charcoal canister.
  3.  start the engine.
  4.  select the item ”evap vsv (alon)/all” in the active test and operate evap vsv (press the right or left button).
  5.  when the vsv for the evap is operated by the hand–held tester, check whether the disconnected hose applies suction to your finger.

    Result:
    vsv is on: disconnected hose sucks.

    Vsv is off: disconnected hose does not suck.

  6.  reconnect the vacuum hose.

6 Check vacuum hoses(intake manifold – vsv for evap, vsv for evap –

6 Check vacuum hoses(intake manifold – vsv for evap, vsv for evap – charcoal canister)

  1. Check that the vacuum hose is connected correctly.
  2. check the vacuum hose for looseness and disconnection.
  3.  check the vacuum hose for cracks, hole, damage and blockage.

7 Inspect vsv for evap(operation)

7 Inspect vsv for evap(operation)

8 Check harness and connector(efi relay – vsv for evap, vsv for

8 Check harness and connector(efi relay – vsv for evap, vsv for evap – ecm)

  1. Check the harness and the connector between the vsv for evap and the ecm.
  1. Disconnect the v3 vsv for evap connector.
  2.  Disconnect the e3 ecm connector.
  3.  Check the resistance between the wire harness side connectors.

Standard (check for open):

Standard (check for short):

Standard (check for short):

  1. Reconnect the vsv for evap connector.
  2.  Reconnect the ecm connector.
  1.  check the harness and the connector between the vsv for evap and the efi relay.
  1.  Disconnect the v3 vsv for evap connector.
  2.  Remove the efi relay from the engine room r/b.
  3.  Check the resistance between the wire harness side connectors.

Standard (check for open):

Standard (check for short):

Standard (check for short):

  1. Reconnect the vsv for evap connector.
  2.  Reinstall the efi relay.

Replace ecm

Replace ecm

9 Perform active test by hand–held tester(vsv for ccv)

  1. Disconnect the vacuum hose of the vsv for ccv from the charcoal canister.
  2.  start the engine.
  3.  select the item ”diagnosis/enhanced obd ii/active test” mode on the hand–held tester.
  4.  select the item ”can ctrl vsv/all” in the active test and operate can ctrl vsv (press the right or left button).
  5.  check the vsv operation when it is operated by the hand–held tester.

Result:
vsv is on: air from port e flows out through port f.

Vsv is off: air does not flow from port e to port f.

10 Check vacuum hoses(vsv for ccv – charcoal canister)

10 Check vacuum hoses(vsv for ccv – charcoal canister)

  1. Check that the vacuum hose is connected correctly.
  2.  check the vacuum hose for looseness and disconnection.
  3.  check the vacuum hose for cracks, hole, damage and blockage.

11 Inspect vsv for ccv(operation)

11 Inspect vsv for ccv(operation)

12 Check harness and connector(efi relay – vsv for ccv, vsv for ccv

12 Check harness and connector(efi relay – vsv for ccv, vsv for ccv – ecm)

  1. Check the harness and connector between the vsv for ccv and ecm.
  1.  Disconnect the v2 vsv for ccv connector.
  2.  Disconnect the e5 ecm connector.
  3.  Check the resistance between the wire harness side connectors.

Standard (check for open):

  1. Reconnect the vsv for ccv connector.
  2.  Reconnect the ecm connector.
  1.  check the harness and the connector between the vsv for ccv and the efi relay.
  1. Disconnect the v2 vsv for ccv connector.
  2.  Remove the efi relay from the engine room r/b.
  3.  Check the resistance between the wire harness side connectors.

Standard (check for open):

Standard (check for short):

Standard (check for short):

  1. Reconnect the vsv for ccv connector.
  2.  Reinstall the efi relay.

Replace ecm

Replace ecm

13 Perform active test by hand–held tester(vsv for pressure switching valve)

  1. Select the item ”diagnosis/enhanced obd ii/active test” mode on the hand–held tester.
  2.  select the item ”tank bypass vsv/all” in the active test and operate tank bypass vsv (press the right or left button).
  3.  check the vsv operation when it is operated by the hand–held tester.

Result:
vsv is on: air from port e flows out through port f.

Vsv is off: air does not flow from port e to port f.

14 Inspect vsv for pressure switching valve(operation)

14 Inspect vsv for pressure switching valve(operation)

15 Check harness and connector(efi relay – vsv for pressure

15 Check harness and connector(efi relay – vsv for pressure switching valve, vsv for pressure switching valve – ecm)

  1. Check the harness and the connector between the vsv for pressure switching valve and the ecm.
  1.  Disconnect the v5 vsv for pressure switching valve connector.
  2.  Disconnect the e6 ecm connector.
  3.  Check the resistance between the wire harness side connectors.

Standard (check for open):

Standard (check for short):

Standard (check for short):

  1. Reconnect the vsv for pressure switching valve connector.
  2.  Reconnect the ecm connector.
  1.  check the harness and the connector between the vsv for pressure switching valve and the efi relay.
  1.  Disconnect the v5 vsv for pressure switching valve connector.
  2.  Remove the efi relay from the engine room r/b.
  3.  Check the resistance between the wire harness side connectors.

Standard (check for open):

Standard (check for short):

Standard (check for short):

  1. Reconnect the vsv for pressure switching valve connector.
  2.  Reinstall the efi relay.

Replace ecm

Replace ecm

16 Check for evaporative emissions leak(near fuel tank)

  1. Check whether hoses close to the fuel tank have been modified, and check if there are signs of any accident near the fuel tank.
  1.  Check the following parts for cracks, deformation or loose connection:

17 Check vacuum hoses(vapor pressure sensor – fuel tank,

17 Check vacuum hoses(vapor pressure sensor – fuel tank, charcoal canister – vsv for pressure switching valve)

  1. Check that the vacuum hose is connected correctly.
  2.  check the vacuum hose for looseness and disconnection.
  3.  check the vacuum hose for cracks, hole and damage.

18 Check hose and tube(fuel tank – charcoal canister)

18 Check hose and tube(fuel tank – charcoal canister)

  1. Check the connection between the fuel tank and fuel evap pipe, the fuel evap pipe and under–floor fuel tube, the under–floor fuel tube and charcoal canister.
  2. check the hose and the tube for cracks, hole and damage.

19 Inspect ecm(vc voltage)

19 Inspect ecm(vc voltage)

  1. Turn the ignition switch on.
  2.  measure the voltage between the terminals of the e3 ecm connector.

Standard:

20 Inspect ecm(ptnk voltage)

20 Inspect ecm(ptnk voltage)

  1. Turn the ignition switch on.
  2.  measure the voltage between terminals of the e3 and e6 ecm connectors.
  1.  Disconnect the vacuum hose from the vapor pressure sensor.

Standard (1):

Notice:

Notice

: the vacuum applied to the vapor pressure sensor must be less than 66.7 Kpa (500 mmhg, 19.7 In.Hg).

  1.  Using the mityvac (hand–held vacuum pump), apply a vacuum of 4.0 Kpa (30 mmhg, 1.18 In.Hg) to the vapor pressure sensor.

Standard (2):

  1. Reconnect the vacuum hose.

21 Check harness and connector(vapor pressure sensor – ecm)

21 Check harness and connector(vapor pressure sensor – ecm)

  1. Disconnect the v4 vapor pressure sensor connector.
  2.  disconnect the e3 and e6 ecm connectors.
  3.  check the resistance between the wire harness side connectors.

Standard (check for open):

Standard (check for short):

Standard (check for short):

  1. Reconnect the vapor pressure sensor connector.
  2.  reconnect the ecm connectors.

Replace ecm

Replace ecm

22 Inspect fuel tank inlet valve assy

23 Inspect fuel tank assy

23 Inspect fuel tank assy

24 Inspect charcoal canister assy(cracks, hole and damage)

24 Inspect charcoal canister assy(cracks, hole and damage)

Replace ecm

Replace ecm

Obdii scan tool (excluding hand–held tester):

1 Check fuel tank cap assy(check that fuel tank cap is toyota gehuine parts)

2 Check that fuel tank cap is correctly installed

2 Check that fuel tank cap is correctly installed

3 Inspect fuel tank cap assy

3 Inspect fuel tank cap assy

4 Check filler neck for damage

4 Check filler neck for damage

  1. Remove the fuel tank cap.
  2.  visually check the fuel inlet pipe for damage.

5 Check for evaporative emissions leak(near fuel tank or chacoal

5 Check for evaporative emissions leak(near fuel tank or chacoal canister)

  1. Check whether hoses close to the fuel tank have been modified, and check if there are signs of any accident near the fuel tank or the charcoal canister.
  1.  Check the following parts for cracks, deformation or loose connection:

6 Check vacuum hoses(vapor pressure sensor – fuel tank,

6 Check vacuum hoses(vapor pressure sensor – fuel tank, charcoal canister – vsv for pressure switching valve)

  1. Check that the vacuum hose is connected correctly.
  2.  check the vacuum hose for looseness and disconnection.
  3.  check the vacuum hose for cracks, hole and damage.

7 Check hose and tube(fuel tank – charcoal canister)

7 Check hose and tube(fuel tank – charcoal canister)

  1. Check the connection between the fuel tank and fuel evap pipe, the fuel evap pipe and under floor fuel tube , the under floor fuel tube and charcoal canister.
  2.  check the hose and the tube for cracks, hole and damage.

8 Check vacuum hoses((5), (6), (7), (8) and (9) in fig. 1 In circuit

8 Check vacuum hoses((5), (6), (7), (8) and (9) in fig. 1 In circuit description)

  1. Check that the vacuum hose is connected correctly.
  2.  check the vacuum hose for looseness and disconnection.
  3.  check the vacuum hose for cracks, hole and damage.

9 Check each vsv connector for looseness and disconnection(vsv

9 Check each vsv connector for looseness and disconnection(vsv for evap, vsv for ccv, vsv for pressure switching valve)

10 Inspect charcoal canister assy(cracks, hole and damage)

10 Inspect charcoal canister assy(cracks, hole and damage)

11 Inspect ecm(vc voltage)

11 Inspect ecm(vc voltage)

  1. Turn the ignition switch on.
  2. measure voltage between the terminals of the e3 ecm connector.

Standard:

12 Inspect ecm(ptnk voltage)

12 Inspect ecm(ptnk voltage)

  1. Turn the ignition switch on.
  2.  measure the voltage between terminals of the e3 and e6 ecm connectors.
  1.  Disconnect the vacuum hose from the vapor pressure sensor.

Standard (1):

Notice:

Notice

: the vacuum applied to the vapor pressure sensor must be less than 66.7 Kpa (500 mmhg, 19.7 In.Hg).

  1.  Using the mityvac (hand–held vacuum pump), apply a vacuum of 4.0 Kpa (30 mmhg, 1.18 In.Hg) to the vapor pressure sensor.

Standard (2):

  1. Reconnect the vacuum hose from the vapor pressure sensor.

13 Check harness and connector(vapor pressure sensor – ecm)

13 Check harness and connector(vapor pressure sensor – ecm)

  1. Disconnect the v4 vapor pressure sensor connector.
  2. disconnect the e3 and e6 ecm connectors.
  3.  check the resistance between the wire harness side connectors.

Standard (check for open):

Standard (check for short):

Standard (check for short):

  1. Reconnect the vapor pressure sensor connector.
  2.  reconnect the ecm connectors.

Replace ecm

Replace ecm

14 Inspect vsv for evap(function)

  1. Turn the ignition switch on.
  2.  check the vsv function.
  1. Connect between terminals evp and e2 of the ecm connector (vsv on).

    Vsv is on: air from port e flows out through port f

  2.  disconnect between terminals evp and e2 of the ecm connector (vsv off).

    Vsv is off: air does not flow port e to port f

15 Inspect vsv for evap(operation)

15 Inspect vsv for evap(operation)

16 Check harness and connector(efi relay – vsv for evap, vsv for

16 Check harness and connector(efi relay – vsv for evap, vsv for evap – ecm)

  1. Check the harness and between the vsv for evap and the ecm connector.
  1.  Disconnect the v3 vsv for evap connector.
  2.  Disconnect the e3 ecm connector.
  3.  Check the resistance between the wire harness side connectors.

Standard (check for open):

Standard (check for short):

Standard (check for short):

  1. Reconnect the vsv for evap connector.
  2. Reconnect the ecm connector.
  1.  check the harness and connector between the vsv for evap and the efi relay.
  1.  Disconnect the v3 vsv for evap connector.
  2.  Remove the efi relay from the engine room r/b.
  3.  Check the resistance between the wire harness side connectors.

Standard (check for open):

Standard (check for short):

Standard (check for short):

  1. Reconnect the vsv for evap connector.
  2. Reinstall the efi relay.

Replace ecm

Replace ecm

17 Inspect vsv for ccv(function)

  1. Turn the ignition switch on.
  2. check the vsv function.
  1.  Connect between terminals ccv and e2 of the ecm connector (vsv on).

    Vsv is on: air from port e flows out through port f

  2.  disconnect between terminals ccv and e2 of the ecm connector (vsv off).

    Vsv is off: air does not flow from port e to port f

18 Inspect vsv for ccv(operation)

18 Inspect vsv for ccv(operation)

19 Check harness and connector(efi relay – vsv for ccv, vsv for ccv

19 Check harness and connector(efi relay – vsv for ccv, vsv for ccv – ecm)

  1. Check the harness and the connector between the vsv for ccv and the ecm.
  1.  Disconnect the v2 vsv for ccv connector.
  2.  Disconnect the e5 ecm connector.
  3.  Check the resistance between the wire harness side connectors.

Standard (check for open):

Standard (check for short):

Standard (check for short):

  1. Reconnect the vsv for ccv connector.
  2.  Reconnect the ecm connector.
  1.  check the harness and the connector between the vsv for ccv and the efi relay.
  1.  Disconnect the v2 vsv for ccv connector.
  2.  Remove the efi relay from the engine room r/b.
  3.  Check the resistance between the wire harness side connectors.

Standard (check for open):

Standard (check for short):

Standard (check for short):

  1. Reconnect the vsv for ccv connector.
  2.  Reinstall the efi relay.

Replace ecm

Replace ecm

20 Inspect vsv for pressure switching valve(function)

  1. Turn the ignition switch on.
  2.  check the vsv function.
  1.  Connect between terminals tbp and e2 of the ecm connector (vsv on).

    Vsv is on: air from port e flows out through port f

  2.  disconnect between terminals tbp and e2 of the ecm connector (vsv off).

    Vsv is off: air does not from flow port e to port f

21 Inspect vsv for pressure switching valve(operation)

21 Inspect vsv for pressure switching valve(operation)  

22 Check harness and connector(efi relay – vsv for pressure

22 Check harness and connector(efi relay – vsv for pressure switching valve, vsv for pressure switching valve – ecm)

  1. Check the harness and the connector between the vsv for pressure switching valve and the ecm.
  1.  Disconnect the v5 vsv for pressure switching valve connector.
  2.  Disconnect the e6 ecm connector.
  3.  Check the resistance between the wire harness side connectors.

Standard (check for open):

Standard (check for short):

Standard (check for short):

  1. Reconnect the vsv for pressure switching valve connector.
  2.  Reconnect the ecm connector.
  1.  check the harness and the connector between the vsv for pressure switching valve and efi relay.
  1.  Disconnect the v5 vsv for pressure switching valve connector.
  2.  Remove the efi relay from the engine room r/b.
  3.  Check the resistance between the wire harness side connectors.

Standard (check for open):

Standard (check for short):

Standard (check for short):

  1. Reconnect the vsv for pressure switching valve connector.
  2.  Reinstall the efi relay from.

Replace ecm

Replace ecm

23 Inspect fuel tank inlet valve assy

24 Inspect fuel tank assy

24 Inspect fuel tank assy

It is likely that vehicle user did not properly close fuel tank cap

It is likely that vehicle user did not properly close fuel tank cap

Circuit description
The vapor pressure sensor, vsv for canister closed valve (ccv), vsv for pressure switching valve are used to detect abnormalities in the evaporative emission control system. The ecm decides whet ...

Evaporative emission control system leak detected
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Circuit description
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Inspection procedure
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Inspection procedure
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