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Subaru Legacy Service Manual: Inspection

1. MAIN SWITCH

Driver’s seat (model with AUTO)

CAUTION:

Since the switch - power window main is controlled by CPU, do not check continuity for switch alone with the circuit tester. Performing continuity check with circuit tester can damage the switch - power window main circuit.

Since the passenger’s seat switch cannot be checked by using the switch - power window main, use the switch - power window sub.

Check output from the switch - power window main to the driver’s side motor using the oscilloscope function in the Subaru Select Monitor.

1. Remove the switch - power window main.

2. Connect the battery and the Subaru Select Monitor to the switch - power window main terminal.

CAUTION:

Never mix up the terminals when connecting the harness connector of the switch - power window main and the battery. If the connection is wrong, the switch - power window main may be damaged.

NOTE:

When the battery is connected to the switch - power window main terminal, the letters “AUTO” on the driver’s side knob illuminates.

For detailed procedures, refer to “Subaru Select Monitor Operation Manual”.

3. Operate the switch - power window main and check the output.

NOTE:

Since output time during window UP operation is extremely short, it cannot be checked without using a measuring instrument such as oscilloscope. Output is constantly produced while the switch is operated for window DOWN operation.

Inspection conditions

Output time

Standard

AUTO UP

Approx. 130 ms

Battery voltage

UP

OFF

0 V

DOWN

During switch operation

Battery voltage

AUTO DOWN

Approx. 300 ms

4. If the inspection result is not within the standard, replace the switch - power window main.

Passenger’s seat and rear seat

1. Check the resistance between connector terminals.

Terminal No.

Inspection conditions

Standard

Passenger’s seat

(Model without AUTO)

14 — 8

2 — 1

UP

Less than 1 -

14 — 2

14 — 8

OFF

1 M- or more

1 — 2

1 — 8

2 — 8

Less than 1 -

14 — 2

1 — 8

DOWN

Less than 1 -

Rear LH

14 — 15

1 — 16

UP

Less than 1 -

14 — 15

14 — 16

OFF

1 M- or more

1 — 15

1 — 16

15 — 16

Less than 1 -

14 — 16

1 — 15

DOWN

Less than 1 -

Rear RH

14 — 7

1 — 6

UP

Less than 1 -

14 — 6

14 — 7

OFF

1 M- or more

1 — 6

1 — 7

6 — 7

Less than 1 -

14 — 6

7 — 1

DOWN

Less than 1 -

2. If the inspection result is not within the standard, replace the switch - power window main.

2. SUB-SWITCH

Passenger’s seat (model with AUTO)

CAUTION:

Since the switch - power window main is controlled by CPU, do not check continuity for switch alone with the circuit tester. Performing continuity check with circuit tester can damage the switch - power window main circuit.

Check output from the switch - power window sub to the passenger’s side motor using the oscilloscope function in the Subaru Select Monitor.

1. Remove the switch - power window sub.

2. Connect the battery and the Subaru Select Monitor to the switch - power window sub terminal.

CAUTION:

Never mix up the terminals when connecting the harness connector of the switch - power window sub and the battery. If the connection is wrong, the switch - power window sub may be damaged.

NOTE:

When the battery is connected to the switch - power window sub terminal, the letters “AUTO” on the passenger’s side knob illuminates.

For detailed procedures, refer to “Subaru Select Monitor Operation Manual”.

3. Operate the switch - power window sub and check the output.

NOTE:

Since output time during window UP operation is extremely short, it cannot be checked without using a measuring instrument such as oscilloscope. Output is constantly produced while the switch is operated for window DOWN operation.

Inspection conditions

Output time

Standard

AUTO UP

Approx. 130 ms

Battery voltage

UP

OFF

0 V

DOWN

During switch operation

Battery voltage

AUTO DOWN

Approx. 300 ms

4. If the inspection result is not within the standard, replace the switch - power window sub.

Passenger’s seat and rear seat (model without AUTO)

1. Remove the switch - power window sub.

2. Check the resistance between connector terminals.

Terminal No.

Inspection conditions

Standard

Passenger seat, rear

4 — 5

7 — 8

OFF

Less than 1 -

5 — 6

6 — 8

1 M- or more

5 — 6

7 — 8

UP

Less than 1 -

4 — 5

4 — 8

1 M- or more

4 — 5

6 — 8

DOWN

Less than 1 -

4 — 6

7 — 8

1 M- or more

3. Check the switch light illumination condition.

Terminal No.

Inspection conditions

Specification

Passenger seat, rear

6 — 7, 4

Battery connection between terminals

Light ON

4. If the inspection result is not within the standard, replace the switch - power window sub.

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