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List of EyeSight temporary stop code

EyeSight pause code

Item

Contents of diagnosis

Reference

E5

Stereo Camera Temporary Stop

The operation stopped temporarily due to vertical deviation of the optical axis of the stereo camera. (During CRUISE MAIN ON, “Temporary stop” is displayed in the multi-information display.)

Perform inspection concerning the item for E5 of the “CHECK LIST (CAMERA TEMPORARY STOP)”. EyeSight Temporary Code(s) Display > LIST

This code may be displayed when the rear of the vehicle is lowered by the overload. When the failure is resolved, and the operation returns from the temporary stop status after driving for a while, it is normal. If this item is displayed in an ordinary use under which the vehicle is not tilted, readjust the stereo camera. Camera Adjustment, Inspection > PROCEDURE

If the same cancel code is still detected after readjustment, replace the stereo camera. Stereo Camera > REMOVAL

CC

Temporary stop was performed due to the bad weather, backlight, fogged window or dirty window interfering with the recognition function of the stereo camera. And this code may be displayed also when the front of the camera is blocked by the hand or when it is very dark around the vehicle or when the vehicle is surrounded by the blanket of snow and nothing can be seen from the stereo camera. (During CRUISE MAIN ON, “Temporary stop Camera view defectiveness” is displayed in the multi-information display.)

Investigate the following items No. 1 and No. 2, and check that the possible cause of the temporary stop is applied either to No. 1 or No. 2.

(1) Perform inspection concerning the item for CC and CD of the “CHECK LIST (CAMERA TEMPORARY STOP)”. EyeSight Temporary Code(s) Display > LIST

When there is a relevant item in the check list, it can be the cause of malfunction.

(2) Read the temporary stop count stored in the temporary stop count of current data, and check the cause of the temporary stop occurred in the past from “LIST OF CONTENTS FOR CAMERA TEMPORARY STOP: 0 — 23 COUNTS”. EyeSight Temporary Code(s) Display > LIST

When the causes of the temporary stop for No. 1 and No. 2 correspond, drive the vehicle for a while after the cause of the temporary stop has been eliminated. If the operation returns from the temporary stop status, it is normal. (However, when the temporary stop takes place and is cancelled repeatedly, the temporary stop status is kept for a while to delay the return of the operation, which prevents the irritation.) When this is not the case, check the stereo camera and its periphery. General Description > INSPECTION General Description > INSPECTION General Description > INSPECTION

CD

CE

The temperature of the stereo camera became excessively high or low, and the operation stopped temporarily. (During CRUISE MAIN ON, “Temporary stop Camera temperature range outside” is displayed in the multi-information display.)

Perform inspection concerning the item for CE of the “CHECK LIST (CAMERA TEMPORARY STOP)”. EyeSight Temporary Code(s) Display > LIST

When the failure is resolved, and the operation returns from the temporary stop status, it is normal. When the operation does not return from the temporary status even if driving the vehicle for a while after the failure has been resolved, replace the stereo camera. Stereo Camera > REMOVAL

33

Detected when engine speed is 300 rpm or less.

(Not detected at an initial ignition switch ON.)

(During CRUISE MAIN ON, “Temporary stop” is displayed in the multi-information display.)

Detected when the engine speed drops below 300 rpm after the engine has started once.

If the same EyeSight temporary stop code is detected again when the engine is restarted, check the ECM. Basic Diagnostic Procedure > PROCEDURE Basic Diagnostic Procedure > PROCEDURE

C0

Pre-Collision Second Braking Activation

Because the pre-collision secondary brake operated three times between engine starting and stopping, the temporary stop is performed. (This is not a normal driving operation, or the system may be malfunctioning.) (During CRUISE MAIN ON, “Temporary stop” is displayed in the multi-information display.)

This code may be displayed when the pre-collision brake is operated intentionally. Turn the ignition switch to OFF, and restart after a while. If the operation returns from the temporary stop status, it is normal. When temporary stop status continues with a code other than C0 after restart, perform diagnosis according to the code. When temporary stop status continues with the code of C0 after restart, the stereo camera may be malfunctioning. Replace the stereo camera. Stereo Camera > REMOVAL

A0

CAN Diagnosis

The voltage dropped below 10 V immediately after IGN ON. (During CRUISE MAIN ON, “Temporary stop” is displayed in the multi-information display.)

This code may be displayed when the engine is not started for a while with the ignition switch ON and when the engine has started after that. This is a normal operation. If this is not the case, the supply voltage may be malfunctioning.

Diagnostic Procedure with Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) > DTC B2814 POWER SUPPLY LOW VOLTAGE

A1

ECM Reprogramming

Because the control module (CM) is being reprogrammed, temporary stop is performed. (During CRUISE MAIN ON, “Temporary stop” is displayed in the multi-information display.)

After the completion of the reprogramming operation, turn the ignition to OFF and restart. If the operation returns from the temporary stop status, it is normal.

F9

EPS Input Control Suspended

Temporary stop is performed because an assist limitation (overheat prevention control) was operated in order to prevent the electric power steering malfunction due to overheat.

This code may be displayed when the steering wheel is operated repeatedly while the vehicle is stopped or running in very low speed. After stopping the engine, leave the vehicle for approximately 30 minutes to cool down, and restart the engine. If the operation returns from the temporary stop status, it is normal.

Temporary stop was performed because of an electric power steering voltage decrease.

This code may be displayed when battery power is low. Replace or charge the battery, and restart the engine. If the operation returns from the temporary stop status, it is normal.

Temporary stop was performed because of an electric power steering bus off.

Electric power steering detected a failure and was disconnected from CAN line.

NOTE:

*: Automatic adjustment by driving

(1) Drive vehicle at a speed from 45 km/h (25 MPH) to 100 km/h (62 MPH).

(2) Drive the vehicle so that the distance from the preceding vehicle is 40 m (131 ft) or more or there are no preceding vehicles. (To recognize both right and left white lines)

(3) Drive the vehicle on a road where right and left white lines are clearly recognized and there are many straight segments. (If there are no corresponding general roads, drive the vehicle on a limited highway.)

(4) Display the current data «Lane recognition status» with Subaru Select Monitor, and then drive the vehicle on a road where Subaru Select Monitor indicates 03 or 05 (the system recognizes both white lines). Read Current Data > OPERATION

1. CHECK LIST (CAMERA TEMPORARY STOP)

Even when the set status of the adaptive cruise control is canceled or when a temporary stop status occurs, the EyeSight temporary stop code will not be retained for the following conditions.

When the VDC operation is stopped by pressing the VDC OFF switch

When the pre-collision brake operation is stopped by pressing the pre-collision brake OFF switch

When the lane departure warning is stopped by pressing the lane departure warning OFF switch

Immediately after the engine start

When these cases does not apply but the EyeSight temporary stop code is displayed, perform the inspection according to the following items.

Item name

Yes/No

[1]: EyeSight temporary stop code [CC, CD] (At this time, “HALT(E1 camera view defectiveness)” is displayed in the multi-information display.)

1

Check that the current status applies to the condition that are difficult to be recognized by the stereo camera.

1

It was bad weather (heavy rain, snowstorm, dense fog; especially when the oil film adheres to the windshield glass, the glass coating agent is used, or when the old wiper is used).

Yes

No

2

The vehicle was exposed to the intense light (backlight such as sunlight or headlight high-beam light) from the front of the vehicle.

Yes

No

3

The raindrops, water drops or dirt on the windshield glass are not wiped off sufficiently.

Yes

No

4

The windshield glass is covered with fog, snow, dirt, frost or sandy dust, and either of them blocks the visibility of the stereo camera.

Yes

No

5

The vehicle was tilted excessively by the heavy load.

Yes

No

6

Canoes etc. loaded on the roof blocked the visibility of the stereo camera.

Yes

No

7

The field of view was insufficient due to water or snow raised by the preceding vehicle or oncoming vehicle, or the moisture, sand, smoke or sandy dust blown in the wind.

Yes

No

8

The vehicle passed through the outlet or inlet of a tunnel.

Yes

No

9

The rearmost area of preceding vehicle was small (trailer, etc.), low or uneven.

Yes

No

10

The object was a fence or wall with even pattern (striped pattern or bricks) or unpatterned surface.

Yes

No

11

The object was a plate of glass, mirror wall or door.

Yes

No

12

The tail light of the preceding vehicle did not illuminate during nighttime hours or inside the tunnel.

Yes

No

13

The vehicle passed through the banners, flags, drooping branches or grass.

Yes

No

14

The vehicle drove on the steep uphills or steep downhills.

Yes

No

15

Front of the camera was blocked by the hand.

Yes

No

16

It was very dark and there was no obstacle around the vehicle.

Yes

No

17

The surrounding ground surface was similarly colored. (There is snow as far as the eye can see.)

Yes

No

18

Dirt such as fingerprint adhered to the lens portion of the stereo camera.

Yes

No

19

Stable recognition was difficult because of reflection to the windshield glass.

Yes

No

20

The stereo camera was subject to impact, and the displacement or distortion occurred.

Yes

No

[2]: EyeSight temporary stop code [CE] (At this time, “HALT(E2 camera temperature range outside)” is displayed in the multi-information display.)

1

Check that the current status applies to the condition that the temperature of the stereo camera becomes excessively high or low.

1

The compartment temperature was high. (For example: The vehicle was left under the scorching sun.) Or the compartment temperature was low. (For example: The vehicle was left under the frigid environment.)

Yes

No

[3]: EyeSight temporary stop code [E5] (At this time, “Temporary stop” is displayed in the multi-information display.)

1

Check that the current status applies to the condition that the vertical deviation occurs on the stereo camera optical axis.

1

The vehicle was tilted excessively by the heavy load.

Yes

No

2

The vehicle drove on the steep uphills or steep downhills.

Yes

No

3

The stereo camera was subject to impact, and the displacement or distortion occurred.

Yes

No

[4]: EyeSight temporary stop code [33] (At this time, “Temporary stop” is displayed in the multi-information display.)

1

Check that the current status applies to the condition that the engine speed drops to 300 rpm or below.

Yes

No

[5]: EyeSight temporary stop code [C0] (At this time, “Temporary stop” is displayed in the multi-information display.)

1

Check that the current status applies to the condition that the pre-collision secondary brake operated three times between starting and stopping of engine.

Yes

No

[6]: EyeSight temporary stop code [A0] (At this time, “Temporary stop” is displayed in the multi-information display.)

1

Check that the current status applies to the condition that the voltage dropped below 10 V immediately after the ignition ON.

Yes

No

[7]: EyeSight temporary stop code [A1] (At this time, “Temporary stop” is displayed in the multi-information display.)

1

Check that the control module (CM) is currently being reprogrammed.

Yes

No

[8]: EyeSight temporary stop code [F9] (At this time, “Temporary stop” is displayed in the multi-information display.)

1

Check that the current status applies to the condition that the steering wheel is operated repeatedly when the vehicle stops or moves very slowly.

Yes

No

2. LIST OF CONTENTS FOR CAMERA TEMPORARY STOP

Read the camera temporary stop count from Current Data Display & Save of Subaru Select Monitor, estimate the possible cause of the temporary stop according to the chart below. (After clearing the memory, the number of occurrences for each temporary stop is accumulated.)

Displayed item

Main causes

Possible conditions for temporary stop

(including events occurring less frequently)

EyeSight Temporary 0 Count

Front of the camera is blocked by hand, dirty window glass

Backlight, dirty window glass, fogged window glass, frost on the window glass, oil film on the window glass, raindrop adhering to the window glass, fingerprint adhering to the lens, deteriorated wiper, front of the camera is blocked by hand, bad weather (heavy rain, snowstorm, dense fog), unpatterned wall, water or snow raised by preceding vehicle

EyeSight Temporary 1 Count

Front of the camera is blocked by hand, dirty window glass

Backlight, dirty window glass, fogged window glass, frost on the window glass, oil film on the window glass, raindrop adhering to the window glass, fingerprint adhering to the lens, deteriorated wiper, front of the camera is blocked by hand, bad weather (heavy rain, snowstorm, dense fog), water or snow raised by preceding vehicle, very dark and no obstacle around the vehicle, unpatterned wall, blanket of snow around the vehicle and no obstacle is found

EyeSight Temporary 2 Count

Fogged window glass, frost on the window glass

Dirty window glass, fogged window glass, frost on the window glass, oil film on the window glass, raindrop adhering to the window glass, fingerprint adhering to the lens, deteriorated wiper, front of the camera is blocked by hand, bad weather (heavy rain, snowstorm, dense fog), unpatterned wall, water or snow raised by preceding vehicle

EyeSight Temporary 3 Count

Backlight

Backlight, dirty window glass, fogged window glass, frost on the window glass, oil film on the window glass, raindrop adhering to the window glass, fingerprint adhering to the lens, deteriorated wiper, bad weather (heavy rain, snowstorm, dense fog), unpatterned wall, water or snow raised by preceding vehicle

EyeSight Temporary 4 Count

Water raised by preceding vehicle

Backlight, dirty window glass, fogged window glass, frost on the window glass, oil film on the window glass, raindrop adhering to the window glass, fingerprint adhering to the lens, deteriorated wiper, front of the camera is blocked by hand, bad weather (heavy rain, snowstorm, dense fog), unpatterned wall, water or snow raised by preceding vehicle, use of the window washer

EyeSight Temporary 5 Count

Dirty window glass, fogged window glass, oil film on the window glass

Dirty window glass, fogged window glass, frost on the window glass, oil film on the window glass, raindrop adhering to the window glass, fingerprint adhering to the lens, deteriorated wiper, bad weather (heavy rain, snowstorm, dense fog), water or snow raised by preceding vehicle

EyeSight Temporary 6 Count

Storm of rain

Dirty window glass, fogged window glass, frost on the window glass, oil film on the window glass, raindrop adhering to the window glass, fingerprint adhering to the lens, deteriorated wiper, bad weather (heavy rain, snowstorm, dense fog), water or snow raised by preceding vehicle, use of the window washer

EyeSight Temporary 7 Count

Object on the dashboard reflected against the windshield glass

Object on the dashboard reflected against the windshield glass, snowstorm

EyeSight Temporary 8 Count

Dirty window glass, bad weather

Backlight, dirty window glass, fogged window glass, frost on the window glass, oil film on the window glass, raindrop adhering to the window glass, fingerprint adhering to the lens, deteriorated wiper, front of the camera is blocked by hand, object on the dashboard reflected against the windshield glass, bad weather (heavy rain, snowstorm, dense fog), unpatterned wall, water drop raised by preceding vehicle, steep slope, continuous sharp curve, banner, grass, preceding vehicle with large uneven surface (trailer, etc.), preceding vehicle driving in the night without illuminating the tail light, preceding vehicle with snow adhered, use of the window washer

EyeSight Temporary 9 Count

Not used

EyeSight Temporary 10 Count

Not used

EyeSight Temporary 11 Count

Not used

EyeSight Temporary 12 Count

Camera has been deformed by hitting it.

The stereo camera was subject to impact, and the displacement or distortion occurred.

EyeSight Temporary 13 Count

Not used

EyeSight Temporary 14 Count

Not used

EyeSight Temporary 15 Count

Not used

EyeSight Temporary 16 Count

Not used

EyeSight Temporary 17 Count

Not used

EyeSight Temporary 18 Count

Not used

EyeSight Temporary 19 Count

Not used

EyeSight Temporary 20 Count

Not used

EyeSight Temporary 21 Count

The vehicle is tilted excessively by the heavy load.

The vehicle is tilted excessively by the heavy load.

The vehicle drives on the steep uphills or steep downhills.

The stereo camera was subject to impact, and the displacement or distortion occurred.

EyeSight Temporary 22 Count

Camera has been deformed by hitting it.

The stereo camera was subject to impact, and the displacement or distortion occurred.

EyeSight Temporary 23 Count

Camera has been deformed by hitting it.

The stereo camera was subject to impact, and the displacement or distortion occurred.

EyeSight Temporary 24 Count

Camera has been deformed by hitting it.

The stereo camera was subject to impact, and the displacement or distortion occurred.

EyeSight Temporary 25 Count

Camera has been deformed by hitting it.

The stereo camera was subject to impact, and the displacement or distortion occurred.

EyeSight Temporary 26 Count

Dirty window glass left for a long time

Dirty window glass, fogged window glass, frost on the window glass, raindrop adhering to the window glass, fingerprint adhering to the lens

EyeSight Temporary 27 Count

Not used

EyeSight Temporary 28 Count

Can't see anything in a complete darkness.

The vehicle drove in a complete darkness with the headlight turned off. Or, the camera was blinded when driving.

EyeSight Temporary 29 Count

Not used

EyeSight Temporary 30 Count

Not used

EyeSight Temporary 31 Count

In a high temperature of 70°C (158°F) or more or in a low temperature of -10°C (14°F) or less

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