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Toyota Sienna Service Manual: Scratched / Reversed Disc

63-46 Scratched / Reversed Disc

DESCRIPTION

DTC No.

DTC Detection Condition

Trouble Area

63-46

Scratches or dirt is found on CD surface or CD is set upside down.
  • CD
  •  Radio and navigation assembly

INSPECTION PROCEDURE

HINT: After the inspection is completed, clear the DTCs.

1 CHECK THAT CD IS INSERTED PROPERLY

  1. Check that the CD is not inserted upside down.

OK: CD is properly inserted.

2 CHECK DISC

CHECK DISC

  1. Check that the disc is not deformed or cracked.

OK: No deformations or cracks on the disc.

3 DISC CLEANING

DISC CLEANING

  1. Disc cleaning
  1.  If dirt is on the disc surface, wipe it clean with a soft cloth from the inside to outside in a radial direction.

NOTICE: Do not use conventional record cleaner or antistatic preservative.

4 CLEAR DTC

  1. Clear the DTCs

5 RECHECK DTC

  1. Recheck for DTCs and check if the same trouble occurs again.

OK: Malfunction disappears

6 REPLACE DISC WITH ANOTHER AND RECHECK

  1. Replace the disc with another and recheck.
  1.  Replace the disc with another normal one.
  2.  Clear the DTCs.
  3.  Recheck for DTCs and check if the same trouble occurs again.

OK: Malfunction disappears.

END

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