Range Rover Sport / L494 2017 ELECTRICAL INSTRUMENT AND WARNING SYSTEMS

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Right Hand Drive (RHD) vehicle is shown. The Left Hand Drive (LHD) vehicle is similar.

Parking Aid

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ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Anti-Lock Brake System Control Module (ABS)
2 Body Control Module/Gateway Module (BCM/GWM)
3 Park Aid Sensors – Rear (4 off)
4 Park Aid Sensors – Front (4 off)
5 Infotainment Master Controller (IMC)
6 Touch Screen (TS)
7 Parking Aid soft key
8 Parking Assist Control Module (PACM)

 

PARK ASSIST

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ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Anti-Lock Brake System Control Module (ABS)
2 Body Control Module/Gateway Module (BCM/GWM)
3 Park Assist Sensor – Rear (2 off)
4 Park Assist Sensor – Front (2 off)
5 Power Steering Control Module (PSCM)
6 Infotainment Master Controller (IMC)
7 Touch Screen (TS)
8 Park Assist soft key
9 Parking Assist Control Module (PACM)

REAR VIEW CAMERA

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ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Rear View Camera (RVC)
2 Body Control Module/Gateway Module (BCM/GWM)
3 Touch Screen (TS)

 

PROXIMITY CAMERA SYSTEM

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ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Door mirror camera – Right
2 Door mirror camera – Left
3 Body Control Module/Gateway Module (BCM/GWM)
4 Camera Control Module (CCM)
5 Proximity camera soft key
6 Rear camera
7 Front camera

 

WADE SENSING SYSTEM

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ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Door mirror wade sensor – Right
2 Door mirror wade sensor – Left
3 Body Control Module/Gateway Module (BCM/GWM)
4 Instrument Cluster (IC)
5 Touch Screen (TS)
6 General Proximity Sensor Module (GPSM)

 

PARKING AID

The parking aid system provides an audible warning to the driver when any obstacles are in the path of the vehicle during forward or reverse parking maneuvers.

The system consists off:

  • Parking Assist Control Module (PACM)
  • Parking aid switch
  • Four ultrasonic sensors in the front bumper
  • Four ultrasonic sensors in the rear bumper
  • Four ultrasonic sensors in the flank of the vehicle (two on the sides of the front bumper and two of the rear (If flank guard is fitted))

During low speeds, the PACM uses the ultrasonic sensors to monitor the area around the vehicle. If an object is detected within a monitored area, the module then outputs a warning using the audio system speakers. A threat is classified as an obstacle inside the driving tube of the vehicle to which the vehicle either drives to or has intent to (for example, an object in front and the vehicle in Drive (D)). The sensors can detect solid objects such as posts, walls and other vehicles. Objects very close to the ground may not be detected, but because of their low height may not cause damage to the vehicle.

When the system is activated the corresponding park aid tale-tell will highlight. It is only going to report graphical and audible warnings if a threat is identified at which point all the detected obstacles can be observed.

When the graphical feedback is displayed:

  • Threats are displayed with coloured graphics accompanied by audible beeps.
  • Non threats (rest of the detected objects) are displayed by a gray bar.

The system classifies the objects into sectors (as seen in the park aid plan view) and reports the closest one for that sector.

CAUTION:

When washing the vehicle do not aim high pressure water jets directly at the sensors. Do not use abrasive materials or hard/sharp objects to clean the sensors. Only use approved vehicle cleaning products.

 

PARK ASSIST

CAUTION:

Park assist is a supplement to, and not a replacement for, good observation and a safe driving style. It is the driver’s responsibility at all times, to make sure the manoeuvers are carried out safely.

Park assist is an aid to manoeuvering the vehicle in and out of parking spaces and into parking bays.

The park assist system operates using the four side sensors; two sensors mounted on each side of the front and rear bumpers, together with front and rear parking aid sensors.

The system consists of three different options:

  • Parallel Parking: Will identify a suitably sized parking space in a line of parked vehicles and then parallel park the vehicle.
  • Perpendicular Parking: Will identify a suitably sized parking bay in a row of parked vehicles and then reverse park the vehicle. If the space is too small to allow the doors to open the system will not report it.
  • Park Out: Will aid manoeuvering of the vehicle from out of a parallel parking space where other vehicles are parked behind or in front of the vehicle, or both.

 

REVERSE TRAFFIC DETECTION

The Reverse Traffic Detection (RTD) system provides a warning to the driver of any moving vehicle, at either side that may cause an accident during a reversing manoeuver. To avoid this, the system is able to use the following warning modes to inform the driver, when the vehicle is in a reversing manoeuver:

  • An amber warning icon, which flashes in the relevant exterior mirror, and warning tones via the audio system.
  • The rear camera screen
  • The parking aid screen is shown on the Touch Screen (TS), with the warning icon on the relevant side.

The RTD function is a part of the blind spot monitoring system. For additional information, refer to:Blind Spot Monitoring System (413-09 Warning Devices, Description and Operation).

 

WADE SENSING SYSTEM

The wade sensing system feature provides intuitive information of the vehicles capability during wading through water. The purpose is to assist the average driver whilst driving through water, particularly when the visibility is poor.

The General Proximity Sensor Module (GPSM) hosts software to deliver the wade sensing functionality using two downward facing ultrasonic sensors mounted in the door mirrors. The sensors are connected to the GPSM and measure the reflection from the water surface to calculate the depth of the water through which the vehicle is travelling.

 

CAMERA SYSTEMS

CAUTION:

It remains the driver’s responsibility to detect obstacles and estimate the vehicle’s distance from them when reversing.

Rear View Camera

The Rear View Camera (RVC) provides additional information to the driver when reversing the vehicle. When reverse gear is selected, the RVC automatically displays a wide-angle color image of the view from the rear of the vehicle onto the Touch Screen (TS). The RVC system is also supported by various driving-aid features where graphical information and warnings are superimposed onto the images displayed on the TS.

Proximity Camera

The proximity camera system provides the driver with a visual-aid when manoeuvering the vehicle at low speeds. The system uses a Camera Control Module (CCM) to capture the camera data and display the resulting images on the Touch Screen (TS). This provides the driver with a 360° view around the vehicle. The proximity camera system is also supported by various driving-aid features where graphical information and warnings are superimposed onto the images displayed on the TS.

 

PARKING ASSIST CONTROL MODULE

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The Parking Assist Control Module (PACM) is located in the luggage compartment, behind the left quarter trim panel of the luggage compartment.

The PACM has two connectors which provide power, ground and High Speed (HS) Controller Area Network (CAN) chassis bus connections, front parking aid sensors and rear parking aid sensors.

The HS CAN chassis bus connections provide for the receipt of the following information from other systems:

  • Anti-lock Brake System Control Module (ABS) – Road Speed Signal
  • Transmission Control Module (TCM) – Reverse Gear Engaged Signal

The PACM also outputs messages on the HS CAN chassis bus. The Body Control Module/Gateway Module (BCM/GWM) processes these messages and converts them into HS CAN comfort messages, which are sent to the Touch screen (TS).

 

PARKING AID SWITCH

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The parking aid switch is a soft key on the Touch Screen (TS).

The parking aid switch is allows the driver to select the parking aid system on or off.

The parking aid system will remain off until reverse gear is selected, or the system is manually switched back on again. There is a tell tale light in the switch to indicate if the system is active.

The vehicle is equipped with automatic Park Aid activation which can be configured trough the Park Aid settings to ON or OFF state. To access the settings press the gear icon on the park aid plan view.

 

PARK ASSIST SWITCH

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ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Park Assist Switch Indicator
2 Park Assist Soft Key

 

The park assist switch is a soft key on the Touch Screen (TS).

A press on the park assist switch will bring up a menu with all the available parking modes and an option to turn off the function. Upon system activation Parallel parking will be offered by default.

 

GENERAL PROXIMITY SENSOR MODULE

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The General Proximity Sensor Module (GPSM) has one connector which provides for power, ground and High Speed (HS) Controller Area Network (CAN) chassis bus connections, and the sensors in the door mirrors. Only one of the connectors is used.

The GPSM is able to transmit and receive the following information on the HS CAN chassis bus:

  • +/- offset from the Integrated Suspension Control Module (ISCM).
  • Water depth to the Touch Screen (TS) and Instrument Cluster (IC), via the Body Control Module/Gateway Module (BCM/GWM).

The GPSM has a diagnostic connection via the HS CAN chassis bus to enable faults to be retrieved using approved diagnostic equipment. Additionally an on-board diagnostic routine within the GPSM constantly monitors the system and alerts the driver to a system fault by emitting a 3 second continuous tone through the front audio speakers when in Power Mode 6 or 7.

 

CAMERA CONTROL MODULE

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The Camera Control Module (CCM) has the following connections:

  • High Speed (HS) Controller Area Network (CAN) comfort network
  • Four camera inputs
  • Video signal output to the Infotainment Master Controller (IMC)
  • Power supply and ground.

The CCM gathers the camera images and analyses and alters them by adjusting perspectives and applying corrections. The resulting processed images are then relayed to the Touch Screen (TS) via a Low-Voltage Differential Signal g (LVDS) .

The CCM also adds guidance and warning overlays to the camera images to create the various driving-aid features supported by the camera proximity system, for example, visual direction is made available when reversing the vehicle.

In addition to the data lines, the camera receives a power supply and a ground from the CCM.

Care must be taken when routing, disconnecting and reconnecting the camera harnesses.

 

CAMERAS

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ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Proximity Camera

 

The camera system uses Video Graphic Array (VGA) resolution cameras which are permanently powered whenever the vehicle is in Power Mode 6 or 7. Depending on vehicle specification, either one or five cameras will be used.

On the Rear View Camera (RVC), the camera is fitted in the tailgate, next to the exterior handle.

On the proximity camera system, you will find a camera mounted in the front bumper, one mounted in each door mirror and one mounted in the tailgate.

The camera provides an image covering a zone approximately 130° wide by 112° deep and is capable of capturing approximately thirty frames per second.

 

CAMERA MOUNTING

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ITEM DESCRIPTION
A Front View Camera Mounting
B Rear View Camera Mounting (Proximity Camera Shown)
1 Front View Camera Bracket in Bumper
2 Front View Camera
3 Exterior Tailgate Handle Bezel
4 Rear View Camera Bracket
5 Rear View Camera (RVC)

To reduce the cost of accident repair the mounting of the front bumper cameras feature a ‘snap free’ bracket. On impact, the bracket will release the camera preventing damage to the camera itself. Depending on the severity of the accident it may also be possible to reuse the brackets as they are manufactured from a memory type plastic.

The positioning accuracy of all the cameras is crucial for the successful operation of the proximity camera system. The camera housings are manufactured using metal to maintain a structural stability in high-ambient temperatures. Without this stability a loss of image focus would be a possibility, therefore care must be taken when mounting the cameras in ensuring they sit correctly into their locations. Secure mounting of the cameras provides an initial ‘build up’ tolerance accurate to 2 mm. In the event of camera replacement, a calibration routine must be performed.

 

PARKING AID AND PARKING AID (SYSTEM) – 360°

The Parking Aid and Parking Aid (system) – 360° is automatically activated when:

  • Reverse (R) gear is selected
  • Neutral (N) gear is selected.

While the system is active and a forward gear is selected, the sensors remain active. When the vehicle speed reaches 16 km/h (10 mph) the system will disable.

The Parking Aid and Parking Aid (system) – 360° can be configured to activate automatically when:

  • The vehicle speed drops below 10 km/h (6 mph)
  • Drive (D) gear is selected.

Automatic Park Aid activation can be configured trough the Park Aid settings to ON or OFF state. To access the settings press the gear icon on the park aid plan view. There you will find Automatic Front Parking Aid. The selection will be retained in all Power Modes.

The Parking Aid and Parking Aid (system) – 360° will not be available under the following conditions:

  • Vehicle speed is greater than 16 km/h (10 mph)
  • The selected gear is Park (P)
  • If wade sensing is active (if fitted)
  • When there is a system fault.

Parking Aid and Parking Aid (system) – 360° may be selected ON or OFF by pressing the Parking Aid switch. A tell tale in the switch indicates if the system is active.

Audible Warnings

The control module processes the distance readings from the ultrasonic parking aid sensors to determine if there are any objects within the detection areas. If there are no objects there will be no audible warning. If an object is detected, repeated audible warnings are emitted via the audio system speakers. The time delay between the audible warnings decreases as the distance between the detected object and the vehicle decreases until eventually a continuous tone is emitted from the audio system speakers.

Distance Calculation for Audible Warnings

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FRONT INNER SENSOR LOCATION MAXIMUM DETECTION RANGE AUDIO TONE CONTINUOUS AUDIO TONE
1 Front Inner Approximately 1200 mm (47 inches) Approximately 300 mm (12 inches)
2 Front Outer Approximately 1200 mm (47 inches) Approximately 300 mm (12 inches)
3 Front Side Approximately 1200 mm (47 inches) Approximately 300 mm (12 inches)
4 Rear Side Approximately 1200 mm (47 inches) Approximately 300 mm (12 inches)
5 Rear Outer Approximately 1200 mm (47 inches) Approximately 300 mm (12 inches)
6 Rear Inner Approximately 1800 mm (71 inches) Approximately 300 mm (12 inches)

 

Detection Calculation

In the combined mode, the sensors emit a series of ultrasonic impulses and then switch to receiver mode to receive the echo reflected by an obstacle within the detection range. The received echo signals are amplified and converted from an analogue signal to a digital signal by the sensor. The module receives this data via the signal line from the sensor and calculates the distance from the object using the elapsed time between the transmitted and received impulse. The duration of the impulse duration is determined by the module, with the sensor controlling the frequency of the impulse output.

When in reverse gear, both the front and rear sensors are active, when in a forward gear, only the front sensors are active.

In receiver mode, the sensor receives impulses that were emitted by adjacent sensors. The PACM uses this information to precisely determine the position and distance of the object.

If no objects are detected there are no further warning tones. If an object is detected, repeated audible tones are emitted from either the front or rear audio speakers as appropriate. The time delay between the tones decreases as the distance between the object and the vehicle decreases, until at approximately 300 mm (12 inches), the audible tone becomes continuous.

When approaching several objects within detection range, the PACM recognizes the distance from the vehicle to the nearest object.

The PACM uses the threat based concept. An object is identified as threat if it lies in the vehicle trajectory and the vehicle is either moving towards it or has the intent to move towards it. The intent is determined by the gear.

The volume output of the parking aid audible tones can be adjusted using the audio volume control when the parking aid system is activated.

The volume can only be adjusted when the Park Aid feature is active.

The PACM receives a signal on the High Speed (HS) Controller Area Network (CAN) chassis bus when a trailer is fitted. When this signal is detected, the PACM suspends operation of the rear parking aid system. The ignition needs to be cycled once the trailer has been disconnected to activate the rear parking aid system.

Diagnostics

If the on-board diagnostic system identify a fail, the following warnings will be apply:

  • The Instrument Cluster (IC) displays an error message.
  • A Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) is logged in the Parking Assist Control Module (PACM).

The PACM has a diagnostic connection via the HS CAN chassis bus to enable faults to be retrieved using approved diagnostic equipment.

 

PARK ASSIST

Park assist is an aid to manoeuvering the vehicle in and out of parking spaces and parking bays. Once the system has identified a parking space using its ultrasonic sensors, it automatically steers the vehicle into place, the driver continues to brake, accelerate and select the correct gear. Informative graphics and messages are displayed in the Instrument Cluster (IC) message center, to guide the driver through each stage of the manoeuver.

Vehicles with park assist have a separate switch to activate the system.

Park assist solely uses ultrasound sensors:

  • Four sensors in the front bumper (parking aid sensors).
  • Two further sensors positioned on either side at the front of the vehicle to detect available spaces.
  • Four sensors in the rear bumper (parking aid sensors).
  • Two further sensors on the outer sides of the rear bumper.

The park assist sensors are hardwired connected to the Parking Assist Control Module (PACM). Scanned information is constantly transmitted to the PACM.

The Park Assist is automatically scanning for spaces on both sides when the vehicle is moving forward at speeds less than 30 km/h (18 mph). Scanning occurs even if Park Assist has not been selected. If Park Assist is operated and a space has been passed on the side selected, that space will be offered.

The park assist system is not available if:

  • Vehicle speed is greater than 30 km/h (18 mph)
  • All Terrain Progress Control (ATPC) is active (if fitted)
  • Wade sensing is active (if fitted)
  • Reverse (R) gear is selected
  • Off-Road suspension height is selected
  • A trailer is connected
  • There is a system fault

CAUTION:

Park assist is a driving aid only. It remains the driver’s responsibility to drive with due care and attention during parking manoeuvers.

NOTES:

  • Park assist sensors may not detect some obstructions, e.g. narrow posts, small objects close to the ground, mesh fences and, in some circumstances, bicycles or motor cycles parked alongside the kerb.

  • All sensors must be kept clean and free from debris or obstructions, e.g., leaves, mud, snow, ice, frost or insects. Failure to keep the sensors clean may result in sensor miscalculation or false indications.

Park assist must not be used if:

  • A temporary spare wheel is in use.
  • A sensor is damaged or the bumper is damaged sufficiently to affect a sensor mounting point.
  • A sensor is obstructed by items attached to the vehicle, for example bumper covers, a bicycle rack, a trailer, stickers.
  • The vehicle is being used to transport a load that extends beyond the vehicle perimeter, for example a trailer.

Once a parking space has been identified, the Parking Assist Control Module (PACM) calculates the parking trajectory, communicating output information to the following vehicle systems:

  • The Power Steering Control Module (PSCM) via High Speed (HS) Controller Area Network (CAN) chassis bus. The trajectory calculations are processed by the PSCM ready for the first stage of the parking manoeuver. Once a vehicle speed signal is received (vehicle reversing) the PSCM independently controls the steering trajectory.
  • The IC message center by HS CAN chassis and powertrain bus, via the Body Control Module/Gateway Module (BCM/GWM). The message center displays the relevant park assist information/instructions to the driver.
  • The front and rear parking aid sensor information are transmitted from the PACM to the TS. Audible warning tones are emitted through the audio system speakers.

During any park assist manoeuver, the parking aid system will remain active and will sound when objects are detected near the vehicle. A parking manoeuver can be cancelled at any point by holding/turning the steering wheel or by pressing the park assist switch.

Service Information

If the on-board diagnostic system identifies a fault, the following warnings will apply:

  • The Instrument Cluster (IC) displays an error message.
  • A Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) is logged in the Parking Assist Control Module (PACM).

Searching For Parking Space

Once the driver has identified a possible parking space the park assist system carries out the following checks and procedures:

  • The system constantly searches for a space on the passenger side of the vehicle. Space on the driver’s side is searched via instruction from direction indicator operation. The park assist display appears in the message center and shows the ‘Searching’ message and graphic. For park assist to search effectively, maintain a distance of 0.5 to 1.5 meters (1.6 to 4.9 feet) between the vehicle and the line of parked vehicles/obstacles in which you want to park.
  • As the vehicle moves forward, parallel to a row of parked vehicles, it detects the parked vehicles.
  • The system can detect a space up to four meters away from the side of vehicle. The system will only select a space which is 1.2 times the length of the vehicle (or greater) and deep enough to park the vehicle.
  • When the vehicle detects a sufficient size parking space, the driver is instructed to stop the vehicle and select reverse gear.
  • The system calculates the appropriate trajectory to park the vehicle into the detected space.

CAUTION:

Make a visual check before starting the reversing manoeuver to make sure the space has not changed in any way.

If the driver is in slow moving traffic the system will be activated frequently when passing by other vehicles.

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ITEM DESCRIPTION
A Park Assist System Activated Searching for Space.
B Park Assist Detects and Measures Space.
C Vehicle Comes to End of Space and Stops Ready for Next State.

 

Reversing Into Space

When reverse gear is selected the Instrument Cluster (IC) message center displays the appropriate parking instructions. Park assist will then take control of the vehicle’s steering system and the steering wheel must be released. Release the foot brake carefully to move the vehicle slowly into the parking space.

NOTES:

  • The driver must maintain full control of the accelerator and brakes throughout the manoeuver.

  • Do not move the vehicle until the ‘Parallel Parking. Reverse with care’ message is displayed.

  • If the steering wheel is manually turned while park assist has control of the steering, Park assist will deactivate and the park assist switch indicator will extinguish.

  • If the vehicle’s speed exceeds 5 km/h (3 mph) during the parking manoeuver, Park assist will display a message until the vehicle’s speed decreases to less than 5 km/h (3 mph). If the vehicle’s speed exceeds 7 km/h (4 mph), Park assist will deactivate.

The following checks and procedures are applied:

  • The driver follows message center instructions, moving the vehicle backwards along the trajectory calculated by the park assist system
  • Detected obstacles at 0.9 m (3 feet) generate an intermittent sound tone over the vehicle rear speakers.
  • Detected obstacles at 0.3 m (1 foot) generate a constant sound tone over the vehicle rear speakers.
  • On reaching the end of the reversing manoeuver the driver is instructed to apply the foot brake to stop the vehicle.
  • The driver selects a forward gear to prepare for the next stage of the parking manoeuver.
  • If the vehicle has been parked in a large space the manoeuver is complete and the system operation ends.
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Correction Within Parking Space

If the vehicle is not in the correct position after the initial reversing manoeuver, the driver is instructed to select a forward gear with the ‘Stop! Select D and await next instruction’ or ‘Stop! Select R and await next instruction’ messages. When the adequate gear is selected, the IC message center displays the appropriate parking instructions.

The following checks and procedures are applied:

  • The driver follows message center instructions, moving the vehicle forwards along the trajectory calculated by the park assist system.
  • Detected obstacles at 0.4m (1.3 feet) generate an intermittent sound tone over the vehicle front speakers.
  • Detected obstacles at 0.3m (1 foot) generate a constant sound tone over the vehicle front speakers.
  • On reaching the end of the forward manoeuver the driver is instructed to apply the foot brake to stop the vehicle.
  • The driver selects reverse gear to prepare for the next stage of the parking manoeuver.
  • If the vehicle is in the final position the manoeuver is complete and the system operation ends.
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If the vehicle is parking in a smaller space more shuffling may be required to complete the parking manoeuver.

Driver selects forward gear – further shuffling is completed.

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When the parking manoeuver is complete, the ‘Stop! Park Assist finished’ message will be displayed on the message center.

Park Out

Park out is an aid to manoeuvering out of tight parallel parking spaces. For the system to operate correctly, the vehicle must be parked in a space where other vehicles (or objects) are parked in front of or behind the vehicle, or both.

CAUTION:

Make a visual check before starting the manoeuver to make sure the parking space has not changed in any way. For example, a pedestrian has stepped into the parking space.

NOTES:

  • If the vehicle’s speed exceeds 6 km/h (4 mph) during the manoeuver, Park out will display a SLOW DOWN! message until the vehicle’s speed decreases to less than 6 km/h (4 mph). If the vehicle’s speed is not reduced, Park out will deactivate.

  • If the steering wheel is manually adjusted while park out has control of the steering system, Park out will deactivate.

  • The system is not able to distinguish between a parallel and perpendicular space. It will try to leave a perpendicular space as if it is a parallel space. Park out should not be used in a perpendicular space.

To apply the park out function the following steps and procedures will be executed by the driver and the park assist system:

  • To activate, repeatedly press the Park assist switch and select the Park Exit option
  • When first activated, Park out searches for an exit on the driver side of the vehicle. To search for an exit on the passenger’s side, signal a turn in that direction.
  • The ‘Parking Exit’ display appears in the message center and will display the relevant ‘Enough space to exit’ message and graphic.
  • The message center will now show the ‘Release wheel, measuring’… message and graphic.
  • An instruction to ‘Select R and await next instruction’ will appear in the message center.
  • Park out will then take control of the vehicle’s steering system and the steering wheel must be released. ‘Reverse With Care’ will appear in the message center. Release the foot brake carefully to manoeuver the vehicle slowly out of the parking space. Follow the instructions displayed in the message center. The driver must maintain full control of the accelerator and brakes throughout the manoeuver.
  • If further manoeuvering is required to exit the parking space, follow the instructions, ‘Stop! Select D and await next instruction’ or ‘Stop! Select R and await next instruction’ displayed in the message center.
  • When the manoeuver is completed, the instruction message ‘Stop and Take Wheel Park Assist Finished’ will be displayed in the message center.

 

REVERSE TRAFFIC DETECTION

CAUTION:

The Reverse Traffic Detection (RTD) system is a supplement to, not a replacement for, safe driving, good observation and use of the exterior and rear-view mirrors.

NOTE:

RTD is automatically disabled when a trailer is connected and when park assist is active.

 

The Reverse Traffic Detection (RTD) can be enabled or disabled via the Instrument Cluster (IC) menu. When RTD is disabled, an amber dot (2) will be displayed in both door mirrors.

Since the RTD function is a part of the parking aid system, it is available up to 16 km/h (10 mph).

The RTD system will automatically disable if any of the sensors become partially or completely obscured. Additionally, the amber warning indicator dot will illuminate on the exterior mirrors, and the ‘Reverse Traffic Sensor Blocked’ message will appear on the IC message center.

If a fault with a radar sensor is detected, an amber warning indicator dot will illuminate in the exterior mirrors and the message ‘Reverse Traffic Detection System Not Available’ is displayed in the IC message center.

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ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Amber Warning Icon on Exterior Mirror
2 Reverse Traffic Detection Dot Icon (system is unavailable)
3 Rear Camera Screen with Icon on Touch Screen (TS)

Even if the detected fault only affects the radar sensor on 1 side of the vehicle, the whole system is disabled. If the fault is temporary, the system will operate correctly once the engine has been switched off and then on again.

 

WADE SENSING SYSTEM

The General Proximity Sensor Module (GPSM) incorporates software, which is able to provide the wade sensing functionality. Two ultrasonic sensor are located on the underside of the door mirrors. The ultrasonic sensors are hardwired to the GPSM. The GPSM supplies the sensors with an ignition power and an earth lead connection. The sensors give a signal voltage, which is proportional to the measured reflection from the water. The water depth calculation is based on the reflection from the water surface, which is measured by the sensors, and:

  • +/- offset from suspension height adjustment from the Integrated Suspension Control Module (ISCM) via the High Speed (HS) Controller Area Network (CAN) chassis bus.
  • +/- depth effect of road gradient.

CAUTION:

The sensors and the area below the sensors must be kept clean and free from snow, ice, mud and other debris. Failure to keep the sensors clean may result in sensor miscalculation.

  • If the door mirrors are in the fold position, Wade sensing will operate but will give false readings.

  • The door mirrors must be in the normal (unfolded) position when using the wade sensing system.

NOTE:

Wade sensing will need to be calibrated if the vehicle is fitted with Deployable side steps, Fixed side steps, or Side tubes.

These inputs are used to provide the driver audible and visual information about the depth of water and the gradient of the vehicle as compared to the water level, when the vehicle is moving through the water. The wade sensing system can display the water depth information on the Instrument Cluster (IC) virtual display and on the Touch Screen (TS). Since the GPSM is connected to the High Speed (HS) Controller Area Network (CAN) chassis bus, the water depth information is transmitted via the Body Control Module/Gateway Module (BCM/GWM).

CAUTION:

When using the wade sensing feature, the driver is advised not to wade through flowing or rough water.

  • The wade sensing system cannot detect the true level of water if a layer of ice or snow exists on the water surface.

  • The wade sensing system should not be used during off-road driving, as rapid increases in water depth cannot be detected in time to deliver a warning message to the driver.

The wade sensing screen can be selected from the TS ‘4X4’ or ‘Extra Features’ menus.

 

The TS is able to display the current and maximum water depths. The system will warn the driver as the maximum depth for wading approaches.

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ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Information display
2 Units
3 Maximum depth warning
4 Depth indication line
5 Maximum depth indication
6 Back ‘soft key’
7 Depth indication numerical

 

The TS provides the driver with the following information:

  • Initial wading advice.
  • Maximum vehicle wade depth.
  • Advised to select ‘Off Road’ suspension height to support maximum wade ability.
  • Ice wade warning, preventing potential damage to the vehicle.
  • Near max wade depth.
  • Max wade depth reached.
  • Max wade depth exceeded.
  • Road Gradient – level, nose down, nose up and laterally uneven.

The system warns the driver via the TS and IC and audible tones, when the maximum depth approaches. If the system limitations are exceeded, the TS view will grey out. Wade sensing is suspended if the vehicle’s speed exceeds 16 km/h (10 mph). Wade sensing will automatically reactivate, if the vehicle’s speed drops back down to 10 km/h (6 mph). If the vehicle’s speed exceeds 30 km/h (19 mph) for 30 seconds, wade sensing will automatically switch off.

CAUTION:

Wading performance is improved if the vehicle suspension is set to ‘Off Road’ height. Wade sensing will not operate if the exterior mirrors are in the fold position. Parking aid, park assist and intelligent stop/start systems are all disabled when wade sensing is operating.

 

CAMERA SYSTEM

Rear View Camera

A Low-Voltage Differential Signalling (LVDS) connection between the camera and the Touch Screen (TS) is used for the video image transmission.

The camera receives power at all times when the ignition is in power mode 6 or 7. When reverse gear is selected, the Rear View Camera (RVC) receives a signal on the High Speed (HS) Controller Ara Network (CAN) comfort bus. The RVC sends a message to entertainment system requesting for the image to be displayed and the TS. The image on the TS is a wide-angle color view from the rear of the vehicle.

When reverse gear is deselected, the camera image remains on the TS for 5 seconds after the transmission has been put into ‘D’, ‘P’, ‘N’, or ‘S’. This is to prevent the TS switching between screens if the vehicle is being manoeuvered into a parking space. If the vehicle forward speed exceeds 16 km/h (10 mph) within the 5 second period, the camera image is removed from the TS.

If the TS display is switched off, the camera image will be automatically displayed when reverse gear is selected. When reverse gear is deselected and the 5 second period has expired, the TS will revert back to its switched off state.

 

Rear View Camera Coverage Zone

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ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Rear View Camera Coverage Zone

 

The Rear View Camera (RVC) provides additional information to the driver when reversing the vehicle. When reverse gear is selected the camera integrated into the tailgate handle, automatically displays a wide-angle color image of the view from the rear of the vehicle onto the Touch Screen (TS). Overlay graphics are displayed on the image.

The lines indicate:

  • The inner lines are the tire trajectories.
  • The outer lines indicate the egress area (Market dependant).
  • The ‘L’ shape indicates the luggage compartment access.
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Hitch Assist

The Rear View Camera (RVC) provides additional information to the driver when hitching a trailer to the vehicle. When reverse gear is selected the camera integrated into the tailgate handle assembly, automatically displays a wide-angle color image of the view from the rear of the vehicle onto the Touch Screen (TS). Within the settings menu the driver can activate the hitch guidance feature. Hitch guidance provides a trajectory line indicating the path of the towbar in relation to the steering angle applied to the vehicle.

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Proximity Camera System

The proximity camera system provides the driver with a visual-aid when manoeuvering the vehicle at low speeds. The system uses the Camera Control Module (CCM) to capture the camera data and display the resulting images on the Touch Screen (TS), providing the driver with a 360° view around the vehicle. The camera system is also supported by various driving-aid features where graphical information and warnings are superimposed onto the images displayed on the TS.

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ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Camera – front Coverage Zone
2 Door Mirror Camera – right Coverage Zone
3 Camera – rear Coverage Zone
4 Door Mirror Camera – left Coverage Zone

 

Automatic operation

  • Once the vehicle speed exceeds 18 km/h (11 mph) the images will automatically switch off.
  • Once automatically switched off, the camera view will be disabled until one of the following occurs:
  • Another ignition cycle occurs and the system is automatically functioned
  • The camera system is manually selected on the Touch Screen (TS).
  • The vehicle speed reduces under 18 km/h (11 mph).
  • In Power Mode 6 or 7 and ‘Reverse’ selected, the camera system will display the view from the rear of the vehicle.

Selecting Views

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  • Displayed on the Touch Screen (TS) are real-time images transmitted from each of the four cameras.
  • An image can be zoomed and panned around using the magnifier and arrow icons.

Proximity Camera System

The proximity camera view images are overlaid with:

  • Dashed lines representing the perimeter of the vehicle.
  • Solid lines representing the predicted trajectory of the vehicle; calculated from the steering wheel angle sensor.
  • Colored bars represent the amount of distance between the vehicle and the object being approached. Working in conjunction with the standard ‘rear parking aid’ this adds a visual representation to the existing audible warning.

The reversing-aid graphics can be disabled in the settings menu or by touching the Touch Screen (TS) whilst reverse gear is selected and the camera view is displayed.

Reversing Visual Warnings

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ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Object Being Approached – ‘Yellow Strip’ with Steady Intermittent Warning Tone
2 Object Being Approached – ‘Orange Strip’ with Faster Intermittent Warning Tone
3 Object Being Approached – ‘Red Strip’ with Continuous Warning Tone

 

The rear view image will not be displayed when any of the following apply:

  • Drive is selected for longer than 5 seconds.
  • Drive is selected and the vehicle speed is greater than 18 km/h (11 mph).

System Calibration

This is performed automatically.

If body repairs are performed that affect the camera system, a calibration procedure must be performed after the repairs are completed.

System Fault

In the event of camera fault, a Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) is logged in the Camera Control Module (CCM) and an icon is presented to the driver on the Touch Screen (TS) where the camera image would normally be viewed.

Hitch Assist

The rear view camera provides additional information to the driver when hitching a trailer to the vehicle. When reverse gear is selected the camera integrated into the tailgate handle assembly, automatically displays a wide-angle color image of the view from the rear of the vehicle onto the Touch Screen (TS).

Within the settings menu the driver can activate the hitch guidance and auto-towbar zoom feature. Hitch guidance provides a trajectory line indicating the path of the towbar in relation to the steering angle applied to the vehicle. ‘Auto-towbar Zoom’ initiates an automatic image zoom when the trailer is within 0.6 m (2 feet) of the towbar to allow more accurate alignment of vehicle to trailer.

NOTE:

Auto-towbar zoom feature is not available in the NAS market

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Tow Assist – New Trailer

When the Body Control Module/Gateway Module (BCM/GWM) detects the trailer electrical plug has been connected, the trailer setup screen is displayed automatically on the Touch Screen (TS) with the question: ‘Has a trailer been connected?’

Selecting ‘Yes’ will bring up the first of a number of trailer setup screens. On first use the setup screens take the user through a series of configuration options for the connected trailer. To configure a new trailer select ‘Add New’ and then ‘OK’.

Trailer Setup – Step 1 of 6

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  • Choose from the list of generic trailer descriptive icons for the trailer attached, then select ‘Next’.

Trailer Setup – Step 2 of 6

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  • Select the number of axles from the , then select ‘Next’.

Trailer Setup – Step 3 of 6

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  • Enter the dimensions of the trailer , then select ‘Next’.

Trailer Setup – Step 4 of 6

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  • Position the trailer straight behind the vehicle, then select ‘Next’.

Trailer Setup – Step 5 of 6

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  • Using the distance adjustment buttons, set the orange overlay graphics at the width of the trailer wheels.
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  • attach the target sticker (shown below) in the orange zone. When the camera detects the target a green zone will appear,, then select ‘Next’.

Tracking Target Sticker

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Trailer Setup – Step 6 of 6

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  • In order to learn the central position of the trailer, the vehicle must be driven forwards at less than 24 km/h (15 mph) with the steering wheel in the straight-ahead position.
  • When the tracking feature is learning the central position, a progress bar will also appear to show the process is progressing.

Finally, highlight the trailer that has been memorized, and select ‘OK’.

The Tow Assist feature is now ready to use.

Tow Assist – Previously Saved Trailer

When the Body Control Module/Gateway Module (BCM/GWM) detects the trailer electrical plug has been connected, the trailer setup screen is displayed automatically on the Touch Screen (TS) with the question: ‘Has a trailer been connected?’

Selecting ‘Yes’ from the previous screen brings a list of pre-set, or previously saved, trailers. Highlight the required trailer and select ‘OK’.

PARKING AID

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A = HARDWIRED: AM = HIGH SPEED (HS) CONTROLLER AREA NETWORK (CAN) CHASSIS BUS: AV = HS CAN COMFORT BUS: AX = FLEXRAY













ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Parking Assist Control Module (PACM)
2 Anti-Lock Brake System Control Module (ABS)
3 Transmission Control Module (TCM)
4 Body Control Module/Gateway Module (BCM/GWM)
5 Infotainment Master Controller (IMC)
6 Ground
7 Supply
8 Park Aid Sensors (8 off)
9 Park Assist soft key

 

PARK ASSIST

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A = HARDWIRED: AM = HIGH SPEED (HS) CONTROLLER AREA NETWORK (CAN) CHASSIS BUS: AV = HS CAN COMFORT BUS: AX = FLEXRAY
















ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Parking Assist Control Module (PACM)
2 Power Steering Control Module (PSCM)
3 Anti-Lock Brake System Control Module (ABS)
4 Transmission Control Module (TCM)
5 Body Control Module/Gateway Module (BCM/GWM)
6 Infotainment Master Controller (IMC)
7 Instrument Cluster (IC)
8 Ground
9 Supply
10 Park Assist Sensor (4 off)
11 Park Aid Sensors (8 off)
12 Park Assist soft key

REAR VIEW CAMERA SYSTEM

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A = HARDWIRED: AE = LOW-VOLTAGE DIFFERENTIAL SIGNALLING (LVDS): AN = HIGH SPEED (HS) CONTROLLER AREA NETWORK (CAN) POWERTRAIN BUS: AU = AUTOMOTIVE PIXEL LINK 2 (APIX2): AV = HS CAN COMFORT BUS.












ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Camera Control Module (CCM)
2 Transmission Control Module (TCM)
3 Body Control Module/Gateway Module (BCM/GWM) assembly
4 Infotainment Master Controller (IMC)
5 Touch Screen (TS)
6 Ground
7 Power supply
8 Rear View Camera (RVC)

 

PROXIMITY CAMERA SYSTEM

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A = HARDWIRED: AE = LOW-VOLTAGE DIFFERENTIAL SIGNALLING (LVDS): AU = AUTOMOTIVE PIXEL LINK 2 (APIX2): AV = HIGH SPEED (HS) CONTROLLER AREA NETWORK (CAN) COMFORT BUS: AX = FLEXRAY

















ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Camera Control Module (CCM)
2 Proximity Camera soft key
3 Body Control Module/Gateway Module (BCM/GWM)
4 Anti-Lock Brake System Control Module (ABS)
5 Transmission Control Module (TCM)
6 Infotainment Master Controller (IMC)
7 Touch Screen (TS)
8 Ground
9 Supply
10 Proximity camera – Front
11 Proximity camera door mirror – Left
12 Proximity camera door mirror – Right
13 Proximity camera – Rear

 

WADE SENSING SYSTEM

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A = HARDWIRED: AM = HIGH SPEED (HS) CONTROLLER AREA NETWORK (CAN) CHASSIS BUS: AV = HS CAN COMFORT BUS












ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 General Proximity Sensor Module (GPSM)
2 Body Control Module/Gateway Module (BCM/GWM)
3 Touch Screen (TS)
4 Instrument Cluster (IC)
5 Ground
6 Supply
7 Door mirror wade sensor – Right
8 Door mirror wade sensor – Left

 

Diagnosis and Testing

 

 

PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION

For a detailed description of the parking assist system, characteristics and limitations refer to the relevant description and operation section in the workshop manual. REFER to:Parking Aid (413-13 Parking Aid, Description and Operation).

 

PARKING ASSIST SYSTEM ON-BOARD SELF-TEST

As part of the strategy of the system if any DTCs are detected, a long high-pitched tone approx 3 seconds will sound and the parking assist switch (where installed) indicator LED will flash 6 times at ignition on

  • If a fault is present when the parking assist system is activated then the parking assist switch (where installed) status LED will flash 6 times indicating an issue with front or rear parking assist sensors, wiring switch, parking assist control module or hard wired sounders
  • The rear parking assist sounder/rear audio system will emit an error tone for approx 3 seconds at ignition on if a fault is detected with the front or rear sensors, the switch, or if there is a controller area network (CAN) bus error
  • (Only applicable to vehicles installed with front parking assist and a hard wired rear parking assist sounder). If there is a fault with the rear parking assist sounder the error tone will come from the front parking assist sounder unit (integral with the instrument cluster)

Audible and Visual Warnings when Parking Assist System is in Error State





REAR PARKING ASSIST SYSTEM INSTALLED AND NO PARKING ASSIST SYSTEM SWITCH INSTALLED REAR PARKING ASSIST SYSTEM INSTALLED AND PARKING ASSIST SYSTEM SWITCH INSTALLED FRONT AND REAR PARKING ASSIST SYSTEM INSTALLED WITH PARKING ASSIST SYSTEM SWITCH INSTALLED
A long high-pitched error tone will sound at Ignition On for approx 3 seconds

  • A long high-pitched error tone will sound at ignition on for approx 3 seconds and the parking assist switch indicator LED will flash 6 times at ignition on. Every time the parking assist system is activated within the same ignition cycle, parking assist switch indicator LED will flash 6 times

  • A long high-pitched error tone will sound at ignition on for approximately 3 seconds and the parking assist switch indicator LED will flash 6 times at ignition on. Every time the parking assist system is activated within the same ignition cycle the parking assist switch indicator LED will flash 6 times

 

INSPECTION AND VERIFICATION

CAUTIONS:

  • If the control module or a component is at fault and the vehicle remains under manufacturer warranty, refer to the warranty policy and procedures manual, or determine if any prior approval program is in operation, prior to the installation of a new module/component.

  • Diagnosis by substitution from a donor vehicle is NOT acceptable. Substitution of control modules does not guarantee confirmation of a fault, and may also cause additional faults in the vehicle being tested and/or the donor vehicle

  • Do not apply any grease based products to any parking assist system connector or pins

NOTE:

Check JLR claims submission system for open campaigns. Refer to the corresponding bulletins and SSMs which may be valid for the specific customer complaint and complete the recommendations as required.

  • Verify the customer concern
  • Visually inspect for obvious signs of mechanical or electrical damage
  • Make sure that the parking assist sensor face is clear of contamination that could affect the performance of the sensor

Visual Inspection





MECHANICAL ELECTRICAL

  • Parking assist sensor condition/damaged
  • Parking assist sensor installation and holder
  • Parking assist sensor alignment
  • Parking assist sensor contamination
  • Bumper cover(s)
  • Vehicle ride height
  • Non standard/non manufacturer approved accessories installed

  • Battery
  • Fuse(s)
  • Relays
  • Wiring harness
  • Electrical connector(s)
  • Front parking assist sensor(s)
  • Rear parking assist sensor(s)
  • Parking assist switch and LED
  • Parking assist control module
  • Parking assist sounder
  • Audio system

  • If an obvious cause for an observed or reported concern is found, correct the cause (if possible) before proceeding to the next step
  • If the cause is not visually evident, check for diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) and refer to the DTC index

Symptom Chart

CAUTION:

Do not apply any grease based products to any parking assist system connector or pins

NOTES:

  • Please note if this diagnosis is being completed on a vehicle without a hard wired parking assist speaker, make sure the in car infotainment system is fully functional and configured correctly

  • Parking assist sensors that are painted incorrectly and not to the manufacturer standards, will not be considered in any warranty claim







SYMPTOM POSSIBLE CAUSES ACTION

NOTE:

Permanent/Intermittent fault


Parking assist system not functioning correctly. (No DTCs displayed)

  • Front or rear parking assist sensors damaged by stone chipping or other impact
  • Front or rear parking assist sensors dirty
  • Front or rear parking assist sensor position incorrect
  • Front or rear parking assist sensor incorrectly installed
  • Front or rear parking assist sensor coupling rings not installed/incorrectly installed
  • Parking assist control module or parking assist sensor connector not fully latched
  • Parking assist sensors painted without being removed from the bumper assembly or not painted to the manufacturer specification

  • Replace the damaged parking assist sensor

    • NOTE: Parking assist sensor damage that has been caused by the impact of stones or any other object is regarded as wear and tear and will NOT be considered in any warranty claim – see guidance notes below

  • Clean front or rear parking assist sensors
  • Check the front or parking assist rear sensor position
  • Check the front or rear parking assist sensor are correctly installed
  • Check front or rear parking assist sensor coupling rings are installed/installed correctly
  • Make sure all parking assist system connectors are correctly latched
  • Remove parking assist sensor and make sure correctly painted parking assist sensor is installed

    • Parking assist sensors that are painted incorrectly and not to the manufacturer standards, will not be considered in any warranty claim

NOTE:

Permanent/Intermittent fault


Parking assist system not functioning correctly. (No DTCs displayed). System characteristics or environmental effects

  • Parking assist sensors incorrectly mounted
  • Incorrect vehicle ride height
  • Dirty parking assist sensor face. Ice/snow covered sensor. Debris trapped between parking assist sensor and parking assist sensor body. Heavy rain or water splash from the ground
  • Non standard, bumper, exhausts/tailpipes, tow bar or external spare wheel mounting
  • Area around vehicle is not clear of obstacles such as channels, gutters or other items on the ground
  • Exhaust gas and warm air clouds creating ghost echoes
  • Vehicle not on level ground or next to a gradient
  • Parking assist sensors painted without being removed from the bumper assembly or not painted to the manufacturer specification

  • Make sure the sensors are a tight fit in the holder and locked. Make sure the sensors are central in the holder and bumper and at the correct angle
  • Make sure vehicle ride height is within the specified limits. Rectify as required
  • Clean the sensor face as required. Defrost the sensor and dry as required. Clear any debris from the sensor and holder as required. Water flowing over the sensor is a system limitation. (no action required)
  • Check for non standard, bumper, exhausts/tailpipe, tow bar or external spare wheel mounting that may be being detected by the parking assist system. Rectify as required
  • Make sure the area around the vehicle is clear of any obstacles, move the vehicle to a suitable area before continuing diagnosis
  • Make sure no exhaust gas or warm area clouds are in the area around the parking assist sensor detection range
  • Make sure the vehicle is on level ground and clear of any ramps, potholes or speed bumps, move the vehicle to a suitable area before continuing diagnosis
  • Remove parking assist sensor and make sure correctly painted parking assist sensor is installed

    • Parking assist sensors that are painted incorrectly and not to the manufacturer standards, will not be considered in any warranty claim

Parking assist sensors are being returned with no faults found or signs of water ingress/corrosion Possible issue with sensor connectors not latched correctly

  • When either no/intermittent operation has been reported the following action should be taken
  • 1. Using Datalogger, identify the position of the faulty parking assist sensor within the bumper
  • 2. Visually locate the position of the faulty parking assist sensor. Inspect and provide details in claim if the sensor has any sign of physical damage
  • 3. Remove the bumper. Disconnect the wiring at the main harness connector. Inspect the main harness connectors and terminals for signs of damage, backed out pins, corrosion and water ingress, or damage to the seals. Provide details in claim if any of the above symptoms are present
  • 4. Attempt to remove the harness connector from the faulty parking assist sensor without using the connector latch (lightly pull back on ALL wires together, making sure the harness is held close to the back of the connector, not elsewhere on the wiring harness). DO NOT apply excessive force. If the connector can be removed without using the latch, provide details in claim if connector is loose. If the connector is fully latched, disconnect it from the sensor
  • 5. Inspect and provide details in claim if the faulty sensor harness connector has any sign of water ingress/corrosion
  • 6. Inspect and provide details in claim if the faulty parking assist sensor harness connector shows any sign that the terminals have backed-out of the connector or for any damage to the terminal seals. Replace/repair the harness as required and proceed
  • 7. Remove the faulty parking assist sensor from the bumper. Inspect the parking assist sensor connector for signs of water ingress/corrosion. Provide details in claim if corrosion/water ingress is present
  • 8. Exchange the faulty parking assist sensor with another parking assist sensor within the bumper that is performing correctly. Reconnect all sensors and reconnect the bumper main harness connector. Repeat step 1. Confirm if the original fault now appears at the new position of the faulty parking assist sensor, if so, proceed to step 10
  • 9. If not, complete the appropriate open circuit and short circuit checks between the original faulty parking assist sensor harness connector and the parking assist control module
  • 10. Refit the parking assist sensors to their original position in the bumper
  • 11. Reconnect the parking assist sensor to the bumper harness connector. Reconnect main harness connector and refit the bumper
  • 12. Repeat Step 1. If fault is still present, replace only the faulty sensor

 

PARKING ASSIST SENSORS HARNESS ISSUES – TA FEEDBACK REQUEST

Where the parking assist system has developed a fault caused by a faulty harness and/or connector(s), JLR engineering have requested that retailers supply feedback as to the nature and location of the fault. In any case where the parking assist system has developed a fault that is attributable to harness and/or connector faults, please raise a TA and include the following level of detail on the fault report:

 

POTENTIAL FAILURE MODES

Please note the nature of the fault according to the following criteria:

  • Non-connection (open circuit)
  • Poor/intermittent connection
  • Damage to harness and/or connector
  • Chafing of harness
  • Trapped or incorrectly routed harness
  • Backed out pin
  • Damaged pin

Please note the location of the fault according to the following criteria:

  • Front or rear of the vehicle
  • Left side outer sensor
  • Left side inner sensor
  • Right side outer sensor
  • Right side inner sensor
  • Bumper harness
  • Connection between vehicle harness and bumper harness

 

WARRANTY COMPLIANCE AND PROCEDURES IN RELATION TO PARKING ASSIST SENSORS SUFFERING FROM CORROSION DUE TO STONE CHIPPING

Where there is clear evidence that a parking assist sensor has sustained damage due to stone chipping or other impact damage that has resulted in corrosion and subsequent malfunction, retailers should note that this form of damage is regarded as wear and tear and, therefore rectification of this damage is NOT claimable under any of the vehicle warranties. Retailers are referred to Section B1.45 (Guide To Warranty Terms And Conditions – General Items – Stone Chips/Paint Damage) in the Global Warranty Compliance And Procedures Manual, which can be found in the Warranty Manual section of the Retailer Standards and Training Documents on TOPIx. Further information can also be found in Section A1.7 (Warranty Terms And Conditions – Summary of Vehicle Warranty – What is Not Covered By The Vehicle Warranty).

GUIDANCE FOR CORRECT IDENTIFICATION OF STONE CHIP DAMAGE AND RESULTING CORROSION

The image below shows clearly that an impact from a stone chipping or another object has pitted the surface of the parking assist sensor sensors. The pits/indentations should also be detectable by feeling the surface of the sensor and checking the surface profile for indentations. This kind of damage would NOT be covered by vehicle warranty.

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If left untreated, the damage to the face of the sensors caused by stone chips can cause corrosion to the painted surface of the parking assist sensor. The image below shows four examples of this form of corrosion. Note how, if the surface of the sensor appears to look like a crater, then this indicates that the corrosion has occurred as a result of earlier damage from stone chipping. This kind of damage would NOT be covered by vehicle warranty.

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PARKING ASSIST SYSTEM – FURTHER DIAGNOSTICS

 








PINPOINT TEST A : PARKING ASSIST SYSTEM NOT FUNCTIONING CORRECTLY WITH NO DTCS SET

A1: PERMANENT FAULT
TEST CONDITIONS DETAILS/RESULTS/ACTIONS
 

1

When the parking assist system is activated, there is a vibration on the parking assist sensor membrane. This can be verified by touching the parking assist sensor face with a hard item such as a pencil, ball-pen, small screwdriver, or fingernail. Make sure no damage is caused to sensor painted surface

 

Are the parking assist sensor(s) vibrating?

Yes


No








A2: SENSORS VIBRATING WITH PARKING ASSIST FAULT
TEST CONDITIONS DETAILS/RESULTS/ACTIONS
 

1

Clean the parking assist sensor face

 

Parking assist system functioning correctly?

Yes

No further action required

No








A3: SENSORS VIBRATING WITH PARKING ASSIST FAULT
TEST CONDITIONS DETAILS/RESULTS/ACTIONS
 

1

Check parking assist sensors correctly mounted. Parking assist sensor holder correctly mounted. Parking assist sensor decoupler ring installed or installed correctly. Parking assist sensor positioning correct. Parking assist sensor painted without being removed from the bumper assembly or not painted to manufacturer specification. Rectify as required

 

Parking assist system functioning correctly?

Yes

No further action required

No








A4: SENSORS VIBRATING WITH PARKING ASSIST FAULT
TEST CONDITIONS DETAILS/RESULTS/ACTIONS
 

1

Complete speaker test. Only applicable to vehicles with rear hard wired parking assist speakers. Check the parking assist speaker wiring circuit and connector. Rectify as required. Check and install a new parking assist speaker as required. Vehicles with audio parking assist system. Confirm audio system is functioning correctly. Refer to the relevant section of the workshop manual

 

Parking assist system functioning correctly

Yes

No further action required







A5: SENSORS NOT VIBRATING WITH PARKING ASSIST FAULT
TEST CONDITIONS DETAILS/RESULTS/ACTIONS
 

1

Isolate the fault to front or rear parking assist sensors

 

Are all rear parking assist sensors vibrating?

Yes


No








A6: FRONT SENSORS NOT VIBRATING WITH PARKING ASSIST FAULT
TEST CONDITIONS DETAILS/RESULTS/ACTIONS
 

1

Check the parking assist control module is correctly configured. Check and update the car configuration file as required

 

Parking assist system functioning correctly?

Yes

No further action required

No








A7: FRONT SENSORS NOT VIBRATING WITH PARKING ASSIST FAULT
TEST CONDITIONS DETAILS/RESULTS/ACTIONS
 

1

Check the correct parking assist control module is installed to the vehicle

 

Parking assist system functioning correctly?

Yes

No further action required

No








A8: FRONT SENSORS NOT VIBRATING WITH PARKING ASSIST FAULT
TEST CONDITIONS DETAILS/RESULTS/ACTIONS
 

1

If all 4 front parking assist sensors are not vibrating, complete harness test on common ground, power supply. Check main parking assist harness connector to bumper harness connector. Rectify as required

 

Parking assist system functioning correctly?

Yes

No further action required

No








A9: FRONT SENSORS NOT VIBRATING WITH PARKING ASSIST FAULT
TEST CONDITIONS DETAILS/RESULTS/ACTIONS
 

1

Check and install a new parking assist control module as required. Refer to the warranty policy and procedures manual, or determine if any prior approval program is in operation, prior to the installation of a new module/component

 

Parking assist system functioning correctly

Yes

No further action required







A10: REAR SENSORS NOT VIBRATING WITH PARKING ASSIST FAULT
TEST CONDITIONS DETAILS/RESULTS/ACTIONS
 

1

Check the parking assist control module is correctly configured. Check and update the car configuration file as required

 

Parking assist system functioning correctly?

Yes

No further action required

No








A11: REAR SENSORS NOT VIBRATING WITH PARKING ASSIST FAULT
TEST CONDITIONS DETAILS/RESULTS/ACTIONS
 

1

If all 4 rear parking assist sensors are not vibrating, complete harness test on common ground, power supply. Check main parking assist harness connector to bumper harness connector. Rectify as required

 

Parking assist system functioning correctly

Yes

No further action required

No








A12: REAR SENSORS NOT VIBRATING WITH PARKING ASSIST FAULT
TEST CONDITIONS DETAILS/RESULTS/ACTIONS
 

1

Check and install a new parking assist control module as required. Refer to the warranty policy and procedures manual, or determine if any prior approval program is in operation, prior to the installation of a new module/component

 

Parking assist system functioning correctly

Yes

No further action required

 








PINPOINT TEST B : PARKING ASSIST SYSTEM NOT FUNCTIONING CORRECTLY WITH NO DTCS SET

B1: PARKING ASSIST SYSTEM GIVES WARNING SIGNAL WITHOUT OBSTACLE
TEST CONDITIONS DETAILS/RESULTS/ACTIONS
 

1

Clean the parking assist sensor face. Check for any damage to the parking assist sensor face. Rectify as required. Snow, water or ice on sensor face. Parking assist sensor face has been repainted to the incorrect thickness. Rectify as required

 

Parking assist system functioning correctly?

Yes

No further action required

No








B2: PARKING ASSIST SYSTEM GIVES WARNING SIGNAL WITHOUT OBSTACLE
TEST CONDITIONS DETAILS/RESULTS/ACTIONS
 

1

Make sure the vehicle ride height is within manufacturer specified limits. Rectify as required

 

Parking assist system functioning correctly?

Yes

No further action required

No








B3: PARKING ASSIST SYSTEM GIVES WARNING SIGNAL WITHOUT OBSTACLE
TEST CONDITIONS DETAILS/RESULTS/ACTIONS
 

1

Check for any non standard accessories are not installed, such as tow bar, bike rack, body kit, modified exhaust, lighting or license plate holder

 

Parking assist system functioning correctly?

Yes

No further action required

No








B4: PARKING ASSIST SYSTEM GIVES WARNING SIGNAL WITHOUT OBSTACLE
TEST CONDITIONS DETAILS/RESULTS/ACTIONS
 

1

Limitations or characteristics of the parking assist system such as vehicle on a gradient, exhaust gas vapor, signal reflection

 

Parking assist system functioning correctly?

Yes

No further action required

No

For a detailed description of the parking assist system, refer to the relevant description and operation section in the workshop manual. REFER to:Parking Aid (413-13 Parking Aid, Description and Operation).

For a list of diagnostic trouble codes that could be set on this vehicle, please refer to Section 100-00. REFER to:Diagnostic Trouble Code Index – DTC: Parking Assist Control Module (PACM) (100-00 General Information, Description and Operation).

 

PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION

For a detailed description of the rear view camera system, refer to the relevant Description and Operation section of the workshop manual.REFER to:Parking Aid (413-13 Parking Aid, Description and Operation).

 

INSPECTION AND VERIFICATION

WARNINGS:

  • A risk assessment must be performed before any work is undertaken.

  • All hybrid electric vehicle work must be performed by a suitably qualified person.

  • Appropriate Personal Protection Equipment must be worn when working on or near a hybrid electric vehicle high voltage system.

  • The hybrid electric vehicle battery pack casing must not be opened due to the risk of exposure to hazardous voltage, which may cause serious injury or death.

  • The electric power inverter converter casing must not be disassembled due to the risk of exposure to hazardous voltage, which may cause serious injury or death.

  • If the hybrid electric vehicle battery pack is damaged or overcharged, there is a risk of exposure to hazardous voltage and/or highly corrosive electrolyte mist. If liquid or vapor is observed leaking from the hybrid electric vehicle battery pack, take the following action:

    • Evacuate the area
    • Notify manager
    • Do not breathe smoke/vapor
    • Contain spillage using spill kit
    • Wash any spillage off body and clothing (remove contaminated clothing)

  • If the hybrid electric vehicle warning indicator is illuminated, the Battery Energy Control Module (BECM) cannot isolate the high voltage cables. Live working will be necessary to rectify the fault.

  • The motor generator can generate a voltage if the wheels are rotated, even if the hybrid electric vehicle system has been made safe.

CAUTION:

Diagnosis by substitution from a donor vehicle is NOT acceptable. Substitution of control modules does not guarantee confirmation of a fault, and may also cause additional faults in the vehicle being tested and/or the donor vehicle.

NOTES:

  • If a control module or a component is at fault and the vehicle remains under manufacturer warranty, refer to the Warranty Policy and Procedures manual, or determine if any prior approval program is in operation, prior to the installation of a new module/component.

  • When performing voltage or resistance tests, always use a digital multimeter that has the resolution ability to view 3 decimal places. For example, on the 2 volts range can measure 1mV or 2 K Ohm range can measure 1 Ohm. When testing resistance always take the resistance of the digital multimeter leads into account.

  • Check and rectify basic faults before beginning diagnostic routines involving pinpoint tests.

  • Verify the customer concern
  • Visually inspect for obvious signs of damage and system integrity

Visual Inspection





MECHANICAL ELECTRICAL

  • Touchscreen
  • Infotainment master controller
  • Camera control module
  • Rear view camera

  • Fuses
  • Wiring harnesses and connectors
  • Touchscreen
  • Infotainment master controller
  • Camera control module
  • Rear view camera

  • If an obvious cause for an observed or reported concern is found, correct the cause (if possible) before proceeding to the next step
  • If the cause is not visually evident, verify the symptom and refer to the Symptom Chart, alternatively check for Diagnostic Trouble Code(s) (DTC)s and refer to the DTC Index
  • Check the JLR claims submission system for open campaigns. Refer to the corresponding bulletins and SSMs which may be valid for the specific customer complaint and complete the recommendations as required.









SYMPTOM POSSIBLE CAUSE ACTION
Rear view camera image slow to react

  • System operation within specification

NOTE:

After selecting reverse, it may take up to 2 seconds for the image to be displayed

  • No further action necessary

Blank screen

  • Rear view camera not functioning


Camera system unavailable

No tracking lines

  • Missing/invalid reverse gear signal
  • Camera control module Flexray fault
  • Rear view camera Controller Area Network (CAN) fault

  • Using the Jaguar Land Rover approved diagnostic equipment, check the camera control module and rear view camera for related DTCs and refer to the relevant DTC index
  • GO to Pinpoint TestC.

Frozen tracking lines

  • Camera control module Flexray fault
  • Rear view camera CAN fault


 









PINPOINT TEST A : PERMANENT BLANK SCREEN TESTS

A1: PERMANENT BLANK SCREEN TEST 1
TEST CONDITIONS DETAILS/RESULTS/ACTIONS

NOTE:

A blank screen is the default display when the rear view camera is not transmitting an image.

 

1

Refer to the electrical circuit diagrams and check the power and ground connections to the rear view camera

 

Are the power and ground circuits within specification?

Yes


No

Repair power or ground circuit as necessary










A2: PERMANENT BLANK SCREEN TEST 2
TEST CONDITIONS DETAILS/RESULTS/ACTIONS

CAUTION:

Do not probe the coaxial cable connectors as they are prone to damage.

NOTE:

A Direct Current (DC) resistance measurement is not a reliable test method as the system operates at low voltage and high frequency.

 

1

Check the integrity of the rear view camera coaxial cable connectors (at rear view camera, the touchscreen and in-line connectors)

 

2

Check the coaxial cable for excessive bending, clamping and insulation damage

 

Is the rear view camera coaxial cable disconnected or damaged?

Yes

Reconnect or install a new coaxial cable as necessary

No

Install a new rear view camera

 









PINPOINT TEST B : CAMERA SYSTEM UNAVAILABLE

B1: CAMERA SYSTEM UNAVAILABLE TEST 1
TEST CONDITIONS DETAILS/RESULTS/ACTIONS

NOTE:

A camera system unavailable message/icon will be displayed on the touchscreen

 

1

Select reverse gear and observe the touchscreen

 

Is a camera system unavailable message/icon displayed on the touchscreen?

Yes

Check the integrity of the rear view camera coaxial cable connectors (at rear view camera, the touchscreen and in-line connectors), and retest

No


 








PINPOINT TEST C : ABSENT TRACKING LINES TESTS

C1: ABSENT TRACKING LINES TEST 1
TEST CONDITIONS DETAILS/RESULTS/ACTIONS
 

1

Refer to the electrical circuit diagrams and check the rear view camera Flexray/CAN bus circuit for short circuit to ground, short circuit to power, open circuit, high resistance

 

Is a Flexray/CAN bus circuit fault present?

Yes

Repair the Flexray/CAN bus circuit as necessary

No

Install a new rear view camera

 











PINPOINT TEST D : FROZEN TRACKING LINES TESTS

D1: FROZEN TRACKING LINES TEST 1
TEST CONDITIONS DETAILS/RESULTS/ACTIONS
 

1

Start the engine

 

2

Wait at least 30 seconds

 

3

Select reverse gear

 

4

Turn the steering wheel and observe the touchscreen

 

Do the tracking lines react to steering input?

Yes

No fault present

No

Using the Jaguar Land Rover approved diagnostic equipment, perform a Flexray/CAN network integrity testGO to Pinpoint TestC.

 

WARRANTY COMPLIANCE AND PROCEDURES IN RELATION TO CAMERAS SUFFERING FROM STONE CHIPPING

Where there is clear evidence that a camera lens has sustained damage due to stone chipping, abrasions or other impact damage that has resulted in poor or blurred/foggy image and similar symptoms, retailers should note that this form of damage is regarded as wear and tear and, therefore rectification of this damage is NOT claimable under any of the vehicle warranties. Retailers are referred to Section B1.45 (Guide To Warranty Terms And Conditions – General Items – Stone Chips/Paint Damage) in the Global Warranty Compliance And Procedures Manual, which can be found in the Warranty Manual section of the Retailer Standards and Training Documents on TOPIx. Further information can also be found in Section A1.7 (Warranty Terms And Conditions – Summary of Vehicle Warranty – What is Not Covered By The Vehicle Warranty).

GUIDANCE FOR CORRECT IDENTIFICATION OF STONE CHIP DAMAGE

The image below shows clearly that an impact from a stone chipping or another object has pitted the surface of the camera lens. The pits/indentations should also be detectable by feeling the surface of the lens and checking the surface profile for indentations. This kind of damage would NOT be covered by vehicle warranty.

E269491

The image below shows the rear view camera image you would expect to see from a damaged camera lens. This kind of damage would NOT be covered by vehicle warranty.

E269492

The image below shows the rear view camera image you would expect to see from an undamaged camera lens.

E269493

For a list of DTCs that could be set on this vehicle, please refer to Section 100-00.REFER to:Diagnostic Trouble Code Index – DTC: Camera Control Module (CCM) (100-00 General Information, Description and Operation) / Diagnostic Trouble Code Index – DTC: Rear View Camera (100-00 General Information, Description and Operation).

 

 

PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION

For a detailed description of the rear view camera system, refer to the relevant Description and Operation section of the workshop manual.REFER to:Parking Aid (413-13 Parking Aid, Description and Operation).

 

INSPECTION AND VERIFICATION

CAUTION:

Diagnosis by substitution from a donor vehicle is NOT acceptable. Substitution of control modules does not guarantee confirmation of a fault, and may also cause additional faults in the vehicle being tested and/or the donor vehicle.

NOTES:

  • If a control module or a component is at fault and the vehicle remains under manufacturer warranty, refer to the Warranty Policy and Procedures manual, or determine if any prior approval program is in operation, prior to the installation of a new module/component.

  • When performing voltage or resistance tests, always use a digital multimeter that has the resolution ability to view 3 decimal places. For example, on the 2 volts range can measure 1mV or 2 K Ohm range can measure 1 Ohm. When testing resistance always take the resistance of the digital multimeter leads into account.

  • Check and rectify basic faults before beginning diagnostic routines involving pinpoint tests.

  • Verify the customer concern
  • Visually inspect for obvious signs of damage and system integrity

Visual Inspection





MECHANICAL ELECTRICAL

  • Touchscreen
  • Infotainment master controller (IMC)
  • Camera control module (IPMB)
  • Front proximity camera
  • Left mirror proximity camera
  • Right mirror proximity camera
  • Rear proximity camera

  • Fuses
  • Wiring harnesses and connectors
  • Touchscreen
  • Infotainment master controller (IMC)
  • Camera control module (IPMB)
  • Front proximity camera
  • Left mirror proximity camera
  • Right mirror proximity camera
  • Rear proximity camera

  • If an obvious cause for an observed or reported concern is found, correct the cause (if possible) before proceeding to the next step
  • If the cause is not visually evident, verify the symptom and refer to the Symptom Chart, alternatively check for Diagnostic Trouble Code(s) (DTC)s and refer to the DTC Index
  • Check the JLR claims submission system for open campaigns. Refer to the corresponding bulletins and SSMs which may be valid for the specific customer complaint and complete the recommendations as required.









SYMPTOM POSSIBLE CAUSE ACTION
Camera image slow to react

  • System operation within specification

NOTE:

After selecting reverse, it may take up to 2 seconds for the image to be displayed

  • No further action necessary

Blank screen

Camera system unavailable

No tracking lines

  • Missing/invalid reverse gear signal
  • Camera control module (IPMB) Flexray fault
  • Camera control module (IPMB) Controller Area Network (CAN) fault

  • Using the Jaguar Land Rover approved diagnostic equipment, check the camera control module (IPMB) for related DTCs and refer to the relevant DTC index
  • GO to Pinpoint TestC.

Frozen tracking lines

  • Camera control module (IPMB)Flexray fault
  • Camera control module (IPMB) CAN fault


 









PINPOINT TEST A : PERMANENT BLANK SCREEN TESTS

A1: PERMANENT BLANK SCREEN TEST 1
TEST CONDITIONS DETAILS/RESULTS/ACTIONS

NOTE:

A blank screen is the default display when the camera is not transmitting an image.

 

1

Refer to the electrical circuit diagrams and check the power and ground connections to the camera control module (IPMB) or any of the individual cameras

 

Are the power and ground circuits within specification?

Yes


No

Repair power or ground circuit as necessary










A2: PERMANENT BLANK SCREEN TEST 2
TEST CONDITIONS DETAILS/RESULTS/ACTIONS

CAUTION:

Do not probe the coaxial cable connectors as they are prone to damage.

NOTE:

A Direct Current (DC) resistance measurement is not a reliable test method as the system operates at low voltage and high frequency.

 

1

Check the integrity of the camera control module (IPMB) and individual camera coaxial cable connectors

 

2

Check the coaxial cable for excessive bending, clamping and insulation damage

 

Are any of the camera coaxial cables disconnected or damaged?

Yes

Reconnect or install a new coaxial cable as necessary

No

Install a new camera

 









PINPOINT TEST B : CAMERA SYSTEM UNAVAILABLE

B1: CAMERA SYSTEM UNAVAILABLE TEST 1
TEST CONDITIONS DETAILS/RESULTS/ACTIONS

NOTE:

A camera system unavailable message/icon will be displayed on the Touchscreen

 

1

Select reverse gear and observe the Touchscreen

 

Is a camera system unavailable message/icon displayed on the Touchscreen?

Yes

Check the integrity of camera control module (IPMB) and individual camera coaxial cable connectors and retest

No


 








PINPOINT TEST C : ABSENT TRACKING LINES TESTS

C1: ABSENT TRACKING LINES TEST 1
TEST CONDITIONS DETAILS/RESULTS/ACTIONS
 

1

Refer to the electrical circuit diagrams and check the camera control module (IPMB) Flexray/CAN bus circuit for short circuit to ground, short circuit to power, open circuit, high resistance

 

Is a Flexray/CAN bus circuit fault present?

Yes

Repair the Flexray/CAN bus circuit as necessary

No

Install a new camera control module (IPMB)

 











PINPOINT TEST D : FROZEN TRACKING LINES TESTS

D1: FROZEN TRACKING LINES TEST 1
TEST CONDITIONS DETAILS/RESULTS/ACTIONS
 

1

Start the engine

 

2

Wait at least 30 seconds

 

3

Select reverse gear

 

4

Turn the steering wheel and observe the Touchscreen

 

Do the tracking lines react to steering input?

Yes

No fault present

No

Using the Jaguar Land Rover approved diagnostic equipment, perform a Flexray/CAN network integrity testGO to Pinpoint TestC.

 

WARRANTY COMPLIANCE AND PROCEDURES IN RELATION TO CAMERAS SUFFERING FROM STONE CHIPPING

Where there is clear evidence that a camera lens has sustained damage due to stone chipping, abrasions or other impact damage that has resulted in poor or blurred/foggy image and similar symptoms, retailers should note that this form of damage is regarded as wear and tear and, therefore rectification of this damage is NOT claimable under any of the vehicle warranties. Retailers are referred to Section B1.45 (Guide To Warranty Terms And Conditions – General Items – Stone Chips/Paint Damage) in the Global Warranty Compliance And Procedures Manual, which can be found in the Warranty Manual section of the Retailer Standards and Training Documents on TOPIx. Further information can also be found in Section A1.7 (Warranty Terms And Conditions – Summary of Vehicle Warranty – What is Not Covered By The Vehicle Warranty).

GUIDANCE FOR CORRECT IDENTIFICATION OF STONE CHIP DAMAGE

The image below shows clearly that an impact from a stone chipping or another object has pitted the surface of the camera lens. The pits/indentations should also be detectable by feeling the surface of the lens and checking the surface profile for indentations. This kind of damage would NOT be covered by vehicle warranty.

E269491

The images below show the front and rear view camera images you would expect to see from a damaged camera lens. This kind of damage would NOT be covered by vehicle warranty.

E269492

 

E269494

The images below show the front and rear view camera images you would expect to see from an undamaged camera lens.

E269493

 

E269495

For a list of DTCs that could be set on this vehicle, please refer to Section 100-00.REFER to:Diagnostic Trouble Code Index – DTC: Camera Control Module (CCM) (100-00 General Information, Description and Operation).

Removal and Installation

 

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

 

  • 86.54.21
  • SENSOR – PARKING AID – FRONT – INNER – RENEW
  • ALL DERIVATIVES
  • 0.80

 

NOTES:

  • Removal steps in this procedure may contain installation details.

  • LH illustration shown, RH is similar.

  • The ignition must be switched off.

  • Check the sensor before removing to note if the sensor(s) are painted or unpainted.

 

    1. WARNING:

      Make sure to support the vehicle with axle stands.


      Raise and support the vehicle.

 


 

  1. E147612

 

    1. CAUTION:

      If a new sensor is installed, make sure that the area illustrated is the only area painted. Failure to follow this instruction may result in the component malfunctioning.

      NOTE:

      On vehicles that are equipped with black or unpainted bumpers, the sensor(s) do not require painting.


      E153132

 

  1. To install, reverse the removal procedure.

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

 

  • 86.54.22
  • SENSOR – PARKING AID – FRONT – OUTER – RENEW
  • ALL DERIVATIVES
  • 0.80

 

NOTES:

  • Removal steps in this procedure may contain installation details.

  • LH illustration shown, RH is similar.

  • The ignition must be switched off.

  • Check the sensor before removing to note if the sensor(s) are painted or unpainted.

 

    1. WARNING:

      Make sure to support the vehicle with axle stands.


      Raise and support the vehicle.

 


 

  1. E147613

 

    1. CAUTION:

      If a new sensor is installed, make sure that the area illustrated is the only area painted. Failure to follow this instruction may result in the component malfunctioning.

      NOTE:

      On vehicles that are equipped with black or unpainted bumpers, the sensor(s) do not require painting.


      E153132

 

  1. To install, reverse the removal procedure.

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

 

  • 86.54.90
  • FRONT PROXIMITY CAMERA – EACH – RENEW
  • ALL DERIVATIVES
  • 0.80

 

 

    1. WARNING:

      Make sure to support the vehicle with axle stands.


      Raise and support the vehicle.

 


 

  1. CAUTION:

    If a new camera is installed, only the front face must be painted. Failure to follow this instruction may result in the component malfunctioning.

    NOTE:

    LH illustration shown, RH is similar.


    E147629

 

    1. To install, reverse the removal procedure.

 

    • Following the replacement of a camera on these vehicles the calibration process is:

    • Drive the vehicle for 5 to 10 minutes as much as possible in a straight line, up to 30kph / 19mph, during this time the camera will self-calibrate (do not have the camera functions turned on) to be carried out in normal daylight conditions.

    • After completing the drive cycle camera operation can be checked by:

    • Surround View Camera: To check calibration parked next to a kerb/line select camera view make sure a straight line is visible on screen in the 360 plan view

    • Standalone Rear Camera To check calibration reverse straight into a marked parking slot and see trajectory overlays are parallel to the markings on the ground

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

 

  • 86.54.10
  • CONTROL UNIT (ECU) – PARKING AID – RENEW
  • ALL DERIVATIVES
  • 0.30

 

NOTES:

  • If a new parking aid module is to be installed, configure the parking aid module using the Land Rover approved diagnostic system.

  • Removal steps in this procedure may contain installation details.

  • The ignition must be switched off.

 


 

    1. E145774

 

  1. E147650

    Torque: 10Nm

 

    1. To install, reverse the removal procedure.

 

  1. Using the diagnostic tool, configure the parking aid module.

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

 

  • 86.54.96
  • MODULE – PARKING AID CAMERA – RENEW
  • ALL DERIVATIVES
  • 0.60

 

GENERAL EQUIPMENT





EQUIPMENT NAME
Land Rover diagnostic equipment

 

    1. Remove the right hand side front seat.

 

    1. E195369


      Carefully release the front floor carpet for access.

 

    1. E195370


      Carefully release the rear floor carpet for access.

 

    1. E195348

      • Disconnect the electrical connector.

      • Remove the side floor heater duct.

 

    1. E195349

      • Disconnect the electrical connector.


      • Remove the side floor heater duct.

 

    1. E195350

      • Position the wiring harness aside.

      • Remove element cover.

        Torque: 10Nm

 

    1. E195351


      Release the wiring harness.

 

  1. CAUTION:

    Take extra care not to damage the wiring harnesses.


    E195352

    • Disconnect the seven electrical connectors.

    • Remove the parking aid camera module.

      Torque: 10Nm

 

    1. To install, reverse the removal procedure.

 

  1. If a new component has been installed, configure using Land Rover approved diagnostic equipment.

     

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

 

  • 86.54.40
  • REAR PROXIMITY CAMERA – RENEW
  • ALL DERIVATIVES
  • 0.20

 

 

    1. CAUTION:

      Make sure to protect the paintwork.


      E180632

 

    1. CAUTION:

      Be prepared to collect escaping fluids.


      E180633

 


  1. NOTE:

    Do not disassemble further if the component is removed for access only.


    E180634

 

    1. To install, reverse the removal procedure.

 

    1. Vehicles fitted with InControl Touch rear camera only do not require calibration when fitting a new camera.

 

    • Following the replacement of a camera on these vehicles the calibration process is:

    • Drive the vehicle for 5 to 10 minutes as much as possible in a straight line, up to 30kph / 19mph, during this time the camera will self-calibrate (do not have the camera functions turned on) to be carried out in normal daylight conditions.

    • After completing the drive cycle camera operation can be checked by:

    • Surround View Camera: To check calibration parked next to a kerb/line select camera view make sure a straight line is visible on screen in the 360 plan view

    • Standalone Rear Camera To check calibration reverse straight into a marked parking slot and see trajectory overlays are parallel to the markings on the ground

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

 

  • 86.54.14
  • REAR PARKING AID SENSOR – RENEW
  • ALL DERIVATIVES
  • 1.10

 

 

    1. WARNING:

      Make sure to support the vehicle with axle stands.


      Raise and support the vehicle.

 


 

  1. E148079

 

    1. CAUTION:

      If a new sensor is installed, make sure that the area illustrated is the only area painted. Failure to follow this instruction may result in the component malfunctioning.

      NOTE:

      On vehicles that are equipped with black or unpainted bumpers, the sensor(s) do not require painting.


      E153132

 

  1. To install reverse the removal procedure.

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

 

  • 86.54.94
  • SIDE MIRROR PROXIMITY CAMERA – EACH – RENEW
  • ALL DERIVATIVES
  • 0.30

 

NOTES:

  • Removal steps in this procedure may contain installation details.

  • The ignition must be switched off.

  • LH illustration shown, RH is similar.

 


 

    1. CAUTION:

      Take extra care not to damage the wiring harnesses.


      E160834

 

  1. E160833

    Torque: 0.5Nm

 

    1. To install, reverse the removal procedure.

 

    • Following the replacement of a camera on these vehicles the calibration process is:

    • Drive the vehicle for 5 to 10 minutes as much as possible in a straight line, up to 30kph / 19mph, during this time the camera will self-calibrate (do not have the camera functions turned on) to be carried out in normal daylight conditions.

    • After completing the drive cycle camera operation can be checked by:

    • Surround View Camera: To check calibration parked next to a kerb/line select camera view make sure a straight line is visible on screen in the 360 plan view

    • Standalone Rear Camera To check calibration reverse straight into a marked parking slot and see trajectory overlays are parallel to the markings on the ground

 

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