COMPREHENSIVE COMPONENT MONITOR TRANSMISSION DRIVE CYCLE

The Comprehensive Component Monitor transmission drive cycle will check all transmission system components.

  • Engine and transmission at normal operating temperature. Ignition OFF.
  • With gear selector in P and the ignition ON. Check gearshift interlock by attempting to move selector without pressing the brake pedal. Verify P state illumination.
  • Press and hold the brake pedal. Move the gear selector to R. Verify R state illumination.
  • Set the parking brake. Press and hold the brake pedal. Attempt to start the engine. The engine should not start.
  • Move the gear selector to N. Verify N state illumination. Start the engine.
  • With the hand brake set and the brake pedal pressed, move the gear selector to the remaining positions in the J Gate (D, 4, 3, 2) for five (5) seconds each. Verify the state illumination in each position.
  • Move the gear selector back to 4. Verify 4 state illumination.
  • Move the gear selector to D. Verify D state illumination.
  • Move the gear selector to N. Verify N state illumination.
  • Select R, release the brakes and drive the vehicle in Reverse for a short distance.
  • Stop the vehicle.
  • Select 2 and drive the vehicle up to 65 km/h (40 mph). Hold 65km/h (40 mph) for a minimum of five (5) seconds.
  • Select 3 and hold 65 km/h (40 mph) for a minimum of five (5)seconds.
  • Select 4 and hold 65 km/h (40 mph) for a minimum of five (5)seconds.
  • Select D and accelerate to a minimum speed of 80 km/h (50 mph). Hold 80/129 km/h (50/80 mph) for a minimum of 1.7 kilometers (1 mile).
  • Stop the vehicle; do not switch OFF the engine.
  • Use WDS Datalogger ?TOTAL NUMBER OF DTC SET? to ensure that transmission DTC monitoring is complete.

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