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Technical Status: 04.00. Due to constant product development and improvements, the data which appears in this document is subject to possible modifications. No part of this document may be reproduced or transmitted wholly or partially in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording or by any information storage or retrieval system without the prior written permission of the copyright holders. TITLE: Alhambra 01D. nツコ 79 AUTHOR: Organizaciテウn de Servicio SEAT S.A. Sdad. Unipersonal. Zona Franca, Calle 2. Reg. Mer. Barcelona. Tomo 23662, Folio 1, Hoja 56855l 1st Edition DATE OF PUBLICATION: May 2000 LEGAL REGISTER: B. 10054 - 2000 Printing and typesetting: GRテ:ICAS SYL - Silici, 9-11 Pol. Industrial Famadas -08940 Cornellテ。- BARCELONA


Alhambra ’01 The SEAT Alhambra has been subjected to a general re-styling in the areas of bodywork, interior trim, instrument panel and powertrain units. Externally, the most notable changes are in the front and rear zones, continuing the trend set by the Toledo 99, which was later applied to various SEAT models. Safety continues to play an important role in Brand strategy, with the advent of the ESP technology, side airbags and 3-point seat belt anchorage for all seats. Another area drawing close attention, is that of driving comfort which is directly related to safety. Improvements here come with the introduction of features such as, Xenon headlights, parking aid, wipers with rain sensor, anti dazzle mirror and the new instrument panel screen. The majority of the new features can be found on the drivetrain, providing engines with power ratings up to 240 HP, matched to 6 speed manual gearboxes or automatic boxes with either 4 or 5 speeds and a Tiptronic function. Finally, a four wheel drive (4WD) option can also be chosen. Furthermore, the maintenance operations have been reduced since all the mechanical assemblies have extended service intervals.

 ALHAMBRA ................................................ 4-5 BODYWORK ............................................... 6-7 POWERTRAIN ........................................... 8-9 EXHAUST GAS CONTROL EOBD ....................................10-11 PETROL ENGINES................................. 12-13 DIESEL ENGINES .................................. 14-15 GEARBOXES.............. ................................. 16

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DRIVETRAIN ................................................ 17 PHASE III ELECTRONIC IMMOBILISER .................18-22 INSTRUMENT PANEL ............................ 23-25 RADIOCASSETTE .................................. 26-27 NAVIGATION SYSTEM .......................... 28-29

Note: The precise checking, adjustment and repair information is contained in the relevant Repair Manuals.

XENON HEADLIGHTS ........................... 30-39 PARKING AID ......................................... 40-46 AUXILIARY HEATING ................................. 47




  

Phase III immobiliser This new system provides maximum protection from theft attempts. The communication between the engine and immobiliser module by means of variable codes ensures a tamper proof system.

Comfort Introduction of new electrical equipment such as Xenon headlights, parking aid, navigation system, electric door mirrors with park position, auxiliary heating, rain sensor and anti dazzle rear view mirror.

Engines Among the new engines, the impressive V6 delivering 204 HP is the most remarkable, together with the diesel engines fitted with pump injectors. All the petrol engines comply with the EU IV exhaust emission legislation while the diesel engines comply with the EURO III legislation.

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Gearboxes Three different gearboxes are available on the Alhambra, a 6 speed manual box and 2 automatic gearboxes with 4 or 5 speed options. It should be pointed out that both gearboxes are fitted with the Tiptronic function.




Passive safety Improvement of safety in the vehicle by introduction of body reinforcements. Better occupant protection using front and side airbags and pretensioner seatbelts, 3 point seatbelt anchorage for all seats and special child seats.

Design The exterior design has undergone changes at the front with the fitting of a new bonnet, bumper, wings, radiator grill and the incorporation of new Protected by copyright. Copying for private or commercial purposes, in part or in whole, is not headlights. permitted unless authorised by SEAT S.A. SEAT S.A does not guarantee or accept any liability with At the rear, changes have respect to the correctness of information in this document. Copyright by SEAT S.A. been made to the side panels, tailgate and tailights, providing the vehicle with a more aggressive sporty appearance. The dashpanel and interior trim have also been modified.

Four wheel drive A specific drivetrain for the 4WD version of the Alhambra, with new rear axle design, adapted to fit the Haldex clutch and rear differential.

Maintenance This booklet deals with the new features introduced on the Alhambra 01.

Extended service intervals, set according to the conditions of use and oil quality.

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Modified parts D80-02

STRUCTURE

REMOVABLE PARTS

The structure of the bodywork has been At the front several parts have been modified for three main reasons: redesigned, such as the headlights with – Firstly to improve safety by fitting incorporated indicators, the bonnet and the reinforcements which improve the performance bumper together with the grill and the wings. of the body in the event of frontal or lateral These modifications were intended to collisions. enhance the agressivity of the front and improve – Secondly due to the modifications made to the aerodynamics, while at the same time the appearance of the vehicle to enable the maintaining the family feeling introduced by fitting of removable parts and the need to SEAT on the Toledo 99. redesign the body mountings to receive these The rear has followed the same pattern as the parts. front. The main modifications are in the area of – The third and final reason is due to the the tailgate, the rear side panels, the bumper modifications made to the engine compartment and the tailights. to accommodate the fitting of the new All the modifications in the removable parts powertrain units. has enabled a reduction in the clearance betThe main vehicle dimensions have not altered, ween them. Protected length, by copyright.which Copying for private or commercial purposes, in part or in whole, is not except the overall has been permitted unless authorised by SEAT S.A. SEAT S.A does not guarantee or accept any liability with increased to 4634 mm. respect to the correctness of information in this document. Copyright by SEAT S.A.




INTERIOR The panel has also been fitted with small storage compartments enabling us to keep those articles needed during daily use of the vehicle. The central area contains the air conditioning and other controls as well as the radio or the optional navigation system. The controls for the rear electric windows have been transferred to the driver’s door and those for the rear quarterlights to the central console.

Many components have been redesigned in the interior of the vehicle. Those which have undergone the most significant changes are: – The dashpanel. – The seats. – The instrument panel. – The central console. – The door panels. The dashpanel repeats the frontal design trend by transmitting the same robust feeling introduced on the Toledo 99.

Speaker grill

Storage compartments

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Navigation system

Rear quarterlight controls

Climatronic



Glovebox

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   MANUAL GEARBOXES

ENGINES 1.9 PD TDi 66 kW Engine

AUTOMATIC GEARBOXES

02N Manual gearbox

2.0 Engine Automatic gearbox 099

1.8 20 V Engine

Automatic gearbox 09B 1.9 PD TDi 85 kW Engine

02N Manual gearbox Four whell drive

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2.8 V6 Engine

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The various engines have been prepared to comply with the present and future exhaust emission legislation.

Engine

The following chart indicates the legislation complied with by each engine gearbox combination.

Exhaust emission legislation

Designation letters

EU III

Gearboxes

EU IV 02N

2.8 V6 150 kW

AYL

X

02N 4WD 09B 02N

2.0 85 kW

ATM

X 099 09B

1.8 20 VT 110 kW

AWC

X 02N

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02N 02N 4WD

1.9 PD TDi 85 kW

AUY

X

02N 09B




     The worldwide air pollution due to contamination from vehicle exhausts can now be determined. Legislation has been enacted to force the automobile manufacturers to comply with reductions in noxious gas emissions. In Europe, it is obligatory to comply with the EU III legislation from the year 2000 onwards. Despite the fact that different legislation is in force in several countries, there is a general tendency towards the need to comply with the strict USA legislation (OBD II) for exhaust gas emissions. The severe exhaust emission controls make it necessary that all the components involved in the reduction of noxious gas emissions work perfectly. Incorrect operation or faulty engine management components could lead to a considerable increase in pollution emission. To prevent this, the EOBD system has been introduced on all Alhambra petrol engines. Protected by copyright. Copying for private or commercial purposes, in part or in whole, is not This isunless basically diagnosis permitted authorised a by SEAT S.A. SEATsystem S.A does notintegrated guarantee or accept any liability with to themanagement correctness of information in this controls document. Copyright in the respect engine which all by SEAT S.A. those components involved in the reduction of noxious gas emissions. A warning light (pollution warning light K83) has been fitted to inform the driver of any system malfunction.

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The ME7 Motronic is fitted to all petrol engines, and this system complies with the severe EU IV legislation by respecting the pollution limits shown on the chart for this legislation.

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DIAGNOSIS / POLLUTION WARNING LIGHT K83 The warning light can be found in the instrument panel and its task is to warn the driver of an engine malfunction, which could lead to an increase in the emission of noxious exhaust gases. The warning light has an auto check function, remaining on for a few seconds when the ignition is switched on. If the warning light comes after starting the engine, this could indicate two different faults: – Blinking light, if the vehicle is driven in this condition, the catalyser could be damaged. To avoid damage, the vehicle should only be driven under low power. – The light remains on; in this case we have an increase in the emission of noxious gases. In both cases, the customer should go to his nearest Dealer.

The warning light is monitored directly by the engine control unit and the faults relating to its operation are registered in the engine fault memory.

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The new “33 – OBD” direction code should be highlighted, enabling the authorities limited access to the engine control unit self-diagnosis. The authorities could therefore read the selfdiagnosis values and detect those faults which could cause an increase in the emission of noxious gases.

Pollution warning light

Engine control unit

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  2.8 V6 24V ENGINE The Alhambra comes with a new V6 engine fitted with 24 valves and a displacement of 2792 cm3, belonging to the EA 390 engine family. Boasting 150 kW (204 HP) at 6200 rpm and an incredible torque figure of 270 Nm at 3200 rpm, this spectacular engine is the most powerful fitted on a SEAT vehicle. These performance figures are achieved by the combination of different techniques such as: – 4 valves per cylinder and smooth operation. – Variable timing. – Variable intake manifold. Protected by copyright. Copying for private or commercial purposes, in part or in whole, is not – ME7 Electronic management with permittedengine unless authorised by SEAT S.A. SEAT S.A does not guarantee or accept any liability with respect to the correctness of information in this document. Copyright by SEAT S.A. electronic accelerator.

Note: For more information on this engine, consult the Self Study Program No. 82 “2.8 V6 24V Engine”.

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1.8 20VT ENGINE The 1.8 20VT engine has undergone specific modifications in relation to that fitted to the present Alhambra, to enable it to comply with the EU IV exhaust emission legislation. The performance figures of this engine have not changed and it still provides a power output of 110kW at 5800 rpm and delivers a maximum torque figure of 210 Nm between 1800 and 4300 rpm. The main features fitted include those of the new ME7 Electronic engine management with electronic accelerator.

Note: For more information on the electronic management, consult the Self Study Program No. 77 “leon”.

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2.0 ENGINE The technical specifications are as follows: Designation letters ................................... ATM Family ................................................. EA 113 Capacity .......................................... 1984 cm 3 Bore / Stroke ........................... 92,8 / 82,5 mm Compressions ratio ............................. 10,5 : 1 Nominal power ................ 85 kW at 5.200 rpm. Maximum torque .......... 170 Nm. at 2.400 rpm. Engine management ................... Motronic 7.5 Fuel ......................................... ROZ 95 petrol*

* ROZ 91 unleaded petrol can be used, however in this case maximum power will not be available.

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NEW FEATURES With regard to the 2.0 litre engine from the 827 family, previously fitted to the Alhambra, the following new features have been incorporated: – Elimination of the intermediate shaft – Cross flow head with looped inlet runners – Aluminium inlet manifold spilt into two parts. – Stainless steel exhaust manifold using cylindrical pipes for each cylinder joined in pairs Protected by copyright. Copying for private or commercial purposes, in part or in whole, is not permitted unless authorised by SEAT S.A. SEAT S.A does not guarantee or accept any liability with (dual flow type). respect to the correctness of information in this document. Copyright by SEAT S.A. – Motronic ME 7 Electronic engine management with electronic accelerator. – Static ignition distribution with two coils working according to the lost spark principle. – Hall sender taking a direct reading from the camshaft pulley. – Secondary air injection system

Note: For more information, consult the Self Study Program No. 60, “Toledo 99” and No. 73, “Motronic ME 7.5.10: 1.0 and 1.4 Engines. D80-12




   1.9 TDi ENGINES The 1.9 TDi engines fitted with pump injectors (PD) belong to the EA188 engine family and are presented with two different power ratings of 66 and 85 kW. Both these engines are turbocharged, and the 85 kW version uses a variable geometry turbo. The main new feature on these engines is the injection system incorporating a pump injector assembly. This technique has already been fitted to the 1.4 TDi engine on the Arosa. The above technology has led to the elimination of the conventional diesel components such as the injection pump and the high pressure injection pipes. The most notable aspects of this new injection system, are the high injection pressure developed and its totally electronic control of both the injected volume and the advance. Protected by copyright. Copying for private or commercial purposes, in part or in whole, is not D80-13 permitted unless authorised by SEAT S.A. SEAT S.A does not guarantee or accept any liability with respect to the correctness of information in this document. Copyright by SEAT S.A.

The other new mechanical features fitted to the 1.9 TDi engine on the Alhambra in relation to the previous engine are: – Tandem pump assembly incorporating the vacuum and fuel pumps. – Fuel radiator bolted to the floor. – EDC 15P Bosch electronic management. – New hydraulic tensioner for the toothed belt. – Camshaft toothed belt with an anti vibration device and a redesigned crankshaft pulley. – Cooler for recirculated exhaust gases (Only on 85 kW TDi engine).

85 KW

Note: For more information, consult the Self Study Program No. 78 “1.4 TDi Engine�.

66 KW 240 Nm

POWER (kW)

TORQUE (Nm)

310 Nm

RPM (1/min) 1.9 TDi 85 kW Engine 1.9 TDi 66 kW Engine



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CRANKSHAFT PULLEY In order to reduce the load on the crankshaft belt, the crankshaft pulley has two sets of cogs with greater spacing than the remainder. During the injection cycle, the high pressures required to operate the pump injectors place very heavy loads on the belt. The forces required to operate the pump injectors retard the rotation of the belt, while the start of injection forces the crankshaft pulley to increase the speed of rotation. Due to these phenomena, the belt is submitted to a stretching effect, which momentarily increases its tooth spacing. This effect occurs periodically according to the firing order, and the same cogs on the pulley will always be in the driving position. At these two points the spacing between the cogs has been increased, in order to compensate for the stretching of the belt and thus reduce its wear.

th

Retarding force

oo

Cog spacing

sp

ac

i ng

Driving cogs at the point of injection

Acceleration force

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EXHAUST GAS RADIATOR

Inlet manifold

On the 85 kW engine, a radiator for the recirculated exhaust gases is bolted to the inlet manifold and its task is to cool the gases passed from the exhaust to the inlet manifold. This radiator uses the engine coolant to reduce the exhaust gas temperature. The reduction in temperature of the exhaust gases means that a greater mass of gas can be passed to the combustion chamber thus reducing NOx emissions.

Exhaust manifold

Coolant pipes

Exhaust gas radiator

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   02N GEARBOX

Transfer case (only on 4WD versions)

The 02N manual gearbox has two notable characteristics, which are its 6 speed configuration and high torque rating (up to 350 Nm.). The gearbox has one mainshaft and two layshafts, thus enabling the overall length to be reduced considerably. This gearbox can be combined with all engines presently available on the Alhambra. The advantage of the 6 speed gearbox is related to the reduction in fuel consumption thus lowering pollution levels and causing less harm to the environment. This gearbox can also be fitted with the 4WD option.

Note: For more information, consult the Self Study Program No. 79 “02M 6 speed manual gearbox �.

Layshafts Mainshaft

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AUTOMATIC GEARBOX WITH TIPTRONIC The Alhambra will have an option of two different automatic gearboxes, a 4 speed and a 5 speed version. The 4 speed box is based on the already 5 speed Automatic familiar 099 version fitted to the present Protected by copyright. Copying for private or commercial purposes, ingearbox part or in whole, is not Alhambra.permitted unless authorised by SEAT S.A. SEAT S.A does not guarantee or accept any liability with respect to the correctness information The main new feature on thisofunit is inin this thedocument. Copyright by SEAT S.A. electronic management, which comes with a manual function more commonly known as “Tiptronic�. The 5 speed box has a new design and is identified with the letters 09B. This box together with the 4 speed version is also fitted with a Tiptronic function.

Tiptronic slot

Note: For more information, consult the Self Study Program No. 81 “09B Automatic gearbox�. Automatic gearbox slot Version for 4 speed automatic gearbox



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 This function is accomplished with the aid of a “u shaped” central tube to which the differential assembly is bolted. A new set of metal/rubber mountings alter the reaction of the axle in relation to that fitted on front wheel (FWD) versions, thus adapting its movements to the specific characteristics of a vehicle fitted with 4WD. Finally, a driveshaft had to be fitted to transmit traction to the rear axle.

The front drivetrain has no major changes although we should point out the new calipers and large dimension disks for the V6 engine model. The rear drivetrain is modified when fitted with the 4WD option.

FOUR WHEEL DRIVE The four wheel drive can only be fitted in combination with the 02N 6 speed gearbox. The rear axle of the Alhambra has been redesigned in order to allow the 4WD option to be fitted. The new axle Subchassis has to retain the longitudinal arms, and at the same time provide a mounting support for the rear differential assembly and the Haldex clutch.

Metal-rubber bushings

Note: For more information, consult the Self Study Program No. 76 “Four Wheel Drive with Haldex coupling” .

Differential

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Subchassis

Stabiliser bar Longitudinal arm

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        The phase III immobiliser is characterised by use of a variable code for mutual recognition of the engine control unit and the immobiliser control unit. The communication between the immobiliser Emitter and the control unit is through the “Engine Drivetrain� CAN Bus line. In order to simplify the following explanations, we will use these abbreviations: VIN - (Vehicle identification number) Chassis number. PIN - (Personal identification number) secret identification number. Protected by copyright. Copying for private or commercial purposes, in part or in whole, is not SKC - (Secret key code). permitted unless authorised by SEAT S.A. SEAT S.A does not guarantee or accept any liability with

Energy

Permanent code

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EMITTER AND READER COIL The key contains the emitter where the SKC is stored and also a permanent code for each key. The reader coil is integrated in the ignition switch.

Variable code

Resul

IMMOBILISER MODULE The main new feature on the phase III immobiliser module is its method of communicating with the engine control unit, which is now done using the CAN Bus line. The permanent key codes, the ¨VIN¨ and ¨SKC� codes are all stored in the module. The modules also have an identification number, enabling their corresponding “PIN� to be determined. The module identification number will be altered when it is adapted to a new vehicle using the fault reader.

ENGINE CONTROL UNIT The control unit is an integral part of the immobiliser operating system. The engine control unit memories the “VIN�, the immobiliser identification number and its corresponding “PIN� and “SKC� codes.

Reader coil

OPERATION The operating procedure of the immobiliser is divided into three parts; the first of these consists in the recognition of the key, which has nothing new in relation to the phase II immobiliser. The second, consisting in the mutual recognition of the immobiliser and engine control units has modifications on this system. The mutual recognition is done by the exchange of variable codes and these will only be recognised when both units already know the “VIN� and “SKC� codes.




Variable code

Variable code

Engine control unit

Immobiliser module

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REPAIR The permanent key codes will also need to be If any of the components need to be replaced, adapted in the module. the data for the system operation will need to be Keys: transferred between the units. The “SKC” code and a permanent key code The following cases could be encountered: will need to be transferred from the key to the Engine control unit: immobiliser module. It will be necessary to transfer the “VIN” and “SKC” codes and the immobiliser identification Note: If two of any of the above three number from the immobiliser module to the engine control unit. components needs to be replaced, the third will Immobiliser module: also need to be changed. It will be necessary to transfer the “VIN” and Protected by copyright. Copying for private or commercial purposes, in part or in whole, is not “SKC” codes and the immobiliser identification permitted unless authorised by SEAT S.A. SEAT S.A does not guarantee or accept any liability with respect to the correctness of information in this document. Copyright by SEAT S.A. number from the engine control unit to the immobiliser module.




    SELF DIAGNOSIS The engine and immobiliser control units come with new self diagnosis functions due to the incorporation of the phase III system. The direction codes to access the self diagnosis functions are: – Code 25 - “Electronic immobiliser� – Code 01 - “Engine electronics� We will deal here with the functions which have some modifications in relation to the present self diagnosis system. The following chart indicates the functions available and those in yellow are new: D80-21

Engine control unit

Self diagnosis functions Introduce the chassis number

Immobiliser X

01

Consult the control unit version

X

X

02

Interrogating fault memory

X

X

03

Final control diagnosis

X

04

Introduction of basic setting

X

05

Erase fault memory

X

X

06

End output

X

X

07

Code the control unit

X

08

Read measure value block

X

X

10

Adaptation

X

X

11

Login procedure

X

X

DIRECTION CODE 25 - “ELECTRONIC IMMOBILISER� The direction code 25 comes with a new function needed to introduce the chassis number, and it is essential to use the VAS 5051 for this operation.

FUNCTION 01: “CONSULT THE Vehicle self diagnosis 25 - Immobiliser 7M3953257 Inmo CONTROL UNIT VERSION� 0004 Select the self Code Firstly this function enables thebyimmobiliser Protected copyright. Copying for private or commercial purposes, in part or in whole, is not00003 diagnosis function Workshop unless authorised by SEAT S.A. SEAT S.A does not guarantee or accept any liability with code 01317 control unit version to be permitted determined and respect to the correctness of information in this document. Copyright by SEAT S.A. secondly it permits the VIN and the VSSZZZ7MZ1V500009 VWZ1Z0X0266003 immobiliser identification number to be obtained, both of which are required to request the corresponding PIN number for D80-22 this immobiliser.




FUNCTION: “INTRODUCE THE CHASSIS NUMBER” This function should only be used when all the immobiliser related components are replaced. The chassis number is memorised in the immobiliser module and later this should be sent to the engine control unit using the function “10 - Adaptation”. FUNCTION 08: ”READ MEASURE VALUE BLOCK” The self diagnosis includes a complete measure value block, a fact that facilitates fault investigation and detection. The meaning of the measurement values relating to the immobiliser module are as follows: DISPLAY ZONE

Group No.

1

2

3

4

Data transmission mode (9600, 10400, Daten-Bus)

Reader unit (0: faulty 1: correct)

Key condition (0: faulty 1: correct)

Key authorised (0: No / 1: Yes)

002

Start authorised (0: No / 1: Yes)

Engine control unit communicating (0: No / 1: Yes)

Key condition (0: Incorrect / 1: Correct)

Number of keys to be coded (0 ... 8)

003

Key clearing (0: no / 1: sí)

Immobiliser module (0: Locked / 1: Unlocked)

Permanent key code (0: No / 1: Yes)

Immobiliser situation (1 ... 7)

004

Holding period for PIN introduction (0 ... 255)

Holding time for adaptation function (0 ... 255)

Not used

Locked due to detection of unauthorised keys (0 ... 10)

005

Program processing time (seconds)

Number of keys to be coded (0 ... 8)

Number of keys to be coded (0 ... 8)

001

Position of internal immobiliser relay XXXX

FUNCTION 10: “ADAPTATION” The adaptation function has a Protected new feature inCopying channel “50”, whichpurposes, should beorcompleted by copyright. for private or commercial in part in whole, is not whenever permitted unless authorised by SEAT S.A. SEAT S.A does not guarantee or accept any liability with the immobiliser module is replaced. respect to the correctness of information in this document. Copyright by SEAT S.A. This channel enables the SKC, the VIN and the immobiliser identification number to be transmitted to the immobiliser module from the memory of the engine control unit. Note: When this function is being carried out, the PIN corresponding to the identification number stored in the engine control unit may be requested. CHANNEL

UTILISATION

00

Erase the programmed data

01

Program the keys

50

Transmit the VIN, SKC and immobiliser identification number data to the engine control unit

FUNCTION 11: “LOGIN PROCEDURE” This function is used to program the keys and also to unlock the immobiliser module. The immobiliser module needs to be unlocked when it is replaced by another one, thus enabling the VIN, SKC and immobiliser identification number data memorised in the engine control unit to be transmitted using the function “10 - Adaptation".




        DIRECTION CODE 01 – “ENGINE ELECTRONICS� The new function in the code 01 should be highlighted since this is needed to transmit data between the engine control unit and immobiliser module.

FUNCTION 01: “CONSULT THE CONTROL UNIT VERSION� Firstly this function enables the engine control unit version to be determined and secondly it permits us to read the VIN and the immobiliser identification number for which it has been programmed..

Vehicle self diagnosis

Select the self diagnosis function

VSSZZZ7MZ1V500009

01 - Engine electronics 06A906032 AJ ME 7.5 E75 Code 04211 Workshop code 01317

VWZ1Z0X0266003

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FUNCTION 10: “ADAPTATION� The advent of the phase III system has led to the need for certain data to be transmitted between the immobiliser module and engine control unit, such as the SKC, the immobiliser identification number and the VIN. Whenever the engine control unit is replaced, it will need to be reprogrammed using the channel 50. If the engine control unit has already been in use, we should first complete the function “11 – Login procedure�.

Vehicle self diagnosis

01 - Engine electronics 06A906032 AJ ME 7.5 E75 Code 04211 Workshop code 01317

XXXXX ÂżPIN D80-24

Note: When this function is being carried out, the PIN corresponding to the identification number stored in the immobiliser module may be requested. Protected by copyright. Copying for private or commercial purposes, in part or in whole, is not

permitted unless authorised by SEAT S.A. SEAT S.A does not guarantee or accept any liability with FUNCTION 11: “LOGIN PROCEDURE� respect to the correctness of information in this document. Copyright by SEAT S.A. This function can be used to unlock the engine control unit. To do this operation, we first need to introduce the corresponding immobiliser PIN for which this engine control unit was programmed. The PIN can be requested by reading the immobiliser identification number visualised during the function “01 – Consult the control unit version�.




 

The Alhambra Instrument panel is supplied in three different finish levels: low, medium and high. The “Gateway� function programme has been enabled on the Instrument panel. All the Instrument panels are supplied with the extended service intervals,

both for petrol and diesel engine versions. The main new feature in the display area can be found on the medium and high versions: where a screen has been fitted enabling texts and diagrams to be displayed and also show information relating to the navigation system.

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INDICATIONS

TYPE OF INDICATION HIGH

MEDIUM

LOW

Screen diagram

Warning light and screen text

Warning light

Oil level

Screen text

Warning light and screen text

Warning light

Coolant

Screen diagram

Warning light and screen text

Warning light

Overheating

Screen diagram

Warning light and screen text

Warning light

Window wash level

Screen diagram

Warning light and screen text

Warning light

Bulb failure

Screen diagram

Warning light and screen text

Warning light

Door open

Screen diagram

Warning light and screen text

Warning light

Fuel reserve

Screen diagram

Warning light and screen text

Warning light

Voltmeter

Analogue indication

Analogue indication

Oil temperature

Analogue indication

Analogue indication

External temperature and ice

Screen reading

Screen reading

Automatic gearbox indicator

Screen reading

Screen reading

Multifunction

Screen text

Screen text

Radio

Screen text

Oil pressure

Navigation system

Shown on screen




 

Oil quality Petrol VW 50300 Diesel VW 50601

Oil level and temperature sender and bonnet switch

Brake pad wear control

Maintenance free battery with magic eye (LeadCalcium)

New features

Extension of service intervals

New features

– Extended duration service interval indication – Low oil level indication

New control or information

Calculated from: – distance covered – oil temperature – fuel consumption or engine load

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EXTENDED SERVICE INTERVALS The Alhambra comes with extended service The programme used for petrol and diesel intervals for models and engines, and this is the engines is different although the basic first time these have been incorporated on indications are similar. SEAT petrol engines. Note: For more information, consult the Self The vehicles are now fitted with new features Protected by copyright. Copying for private or commercial purposes, in part or in whole, is not Study Program No. 77 “leon”. and components as shown on the diagram, to permitted unless authorised by SEAT S.A. SEAT S.A does not guarantee or accept any liability with respectto to the of information in this document. Copyright by SEAT S.A. adapt thecorrectness extended intervals. The service interval period calculation is done by the instrument panel using a special programme designed for this function.




The services are determined as follows: – Up to 30000 km or 2 years on petrol engines. – Up to 50000 km or 2 years on diesel engines. The oil used for with extended service intervals is special and should comply with a specific standard depending on whether we have a petrol or diesel engine: Petrol: VW 503 00. Diesel with pump injectors: VW 506 01.

PETROL

Only these can guarantee protection ofpart or in whole, is not Protected by oils copyright. Copying for private orthe commercial purposes, in permitted unless authorised by SEAT S.A. SEAT S.A does not guarantee or accept any liability with the engine over an extended period of use. respect to the correctness of information in this document. Copyright by SEAT S.A.

DIESEL

The service intervals can vary depending on the type of travel, vehicle load and driving mode of each user. The following chart displays the service intervals in km for a vehicle according to the fuel consumption, engine load and type of driving. D80-27

Minimum interval

Maximum interval Service

Service

Fuel consumption or load on engine being evaluated

Service

Service

0

15.000

30.000 for petrol

Service interval duration in km Low km (cold engine)

High km

Normal

High km economical



50.000 for diesel

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  a temporary cut in power supply (for example when the battery is disconnected during service). A CD changer can also be fitted. Both radiocassettes can be diagnosed using the fault reader.

Two new radiocassettes, the ELBA and the SCALA, are fitted to the Alhambra. These units are fitted with a removable front panel, a configuration menu and a comfort version of the anti-theft function, which eliminates the need to re-code the unit following

ELBA

Extract SCALA

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ELBA

SCALA

The most important characteristics of this model are: – 30 station memory – Adaptation of the volume according to speed (GALA). – Possibility to fit a CD changer. – Replay of telephone voice reception through all the speakers.

On top of the ELBA characteristics, the SCALA offers the following: – Display of the radio and frequency of reception on the instrument panel display (only on medium and high range instrument panels). – TIM function, enables the recording of up to 9 traffic information messages from a pre-tuned TP station. The maximum duration of the Protected by copyright. Copying for private or commercial purposes, in part or inmessages whole, is not is limited to 4 minutes. permitted unless authorised by SEAT S.A. SEAT S.A does not guarantee or accept any liability with respect to the correctness of information in this document. Copyright by SEAT S.A.




communication with the instrument panel through the cable “K”. The radiocassette transmits a code which is memorised in the instrument panel. In the event of power supply cut off, when the ignition is switched on again, the radiocassette communicates with the instrument panel, and thus checks to ensure that the same instrument panel was fitted before power cut off. If the check is affirmative, the radiocassette will become operational again within a few seconds, without the need to reintroduce the 4 digit code. However, if the radiocassette is fitted to another vehicle or if the battery was disconnected and the instrument panel replaced, the code will have to be reintroduced.

– When the radio is off, the recording mode can be activated. The maximum duration of the recording function is 24 hours and it will be automatically deactivated when the radio is switched on. – The station has different volume levels depending on the programme content. The radio compensates the basic volume setting by automatic volume adjustment. The stations need to be pre-tuned in order to accomplish this function.

COMFORT ANTI-THEFT PROTECTION When the radio is used for the first time, the 4 digit electronic anti-theft code has to be introduced. When the key is removed from the ignition, (“S” signal), the radiocassette establishes

SINGLE CD CHANGER

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Track selector button

CD removal button

D80-30

CD CHANGER There are two types of CD changers available. One of these can hold 6 CDs and it is located on the right hand side of the boot. This changer is controlled directly by the radiocassette, both for CD playing and track selection.

The other changer with a single CD capacity is located in the centre console below the radio. The changer is fitted with a switch to select the track to be played.




   “HIGH� VERSION OF RADIONAVIGATION SYSTEM

“LOW� VERSION OF RADIONAVIGATION

CD reader

Matrix display

D80-31

We can point out the following components on the unit: – Fixed matrix display using liquid crystal technology with dual colour display. – Navigation system CD reader which can also be used to play normal CDs. If the navigation system is used in this manner, the RADIONAVIGATION “LOW� display will show an arrow pointing to the VERSION destination and the aerial distance to be The basis of this radionavigation system is the covered. Protected by copyright. Copying for private or commercial purposes, in part or in whole, is not SCALA radiocassette model which has been permitted unless authorised by SEAT S.A. SEAT S.A does not or accept any liability with the radio and the – guarantee Buttons for controlling respect to the correctness of information in this document. Copyright by SEAT S.A. fitted with the navigation system. navigation system. The Alhambra can be fitted with two different navigation systems. The first of these is already well known and is fitted on the present Alhambra; the second one is analysed here according to its variations.




Yaw rate sender

RNS control unit J503

Left rear speakers R14-R15

GPS aerial R50 Telephone aerial R51 Right rear speakers R16-R17

Radio aerial R51

TIM

CD

NAVIGA TIONS SYSTE M

TP FM AM

MUTE SCAN

Left front speakers R20-R21

CD INFO

NAVI DSP TELE

MAX

1 SET AS

4 2 5 3 6

Reverse gear switch F4

Light switch E1

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Diagnosis connector

Instrument panel J285 Liquid crystal display Signal from terminal 15 and S Signal from terminal 30 Additional signals

Additional outlets

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Another new feature which can also be found on the “HIGH” version is the possibility to display indications relating to the navigation system on the central screen of the instrument panel (the navigation system is only available with the “high” version of the instrument panel).

The synoptic chart shows all the components, which make up the navigation system. With regard to the present system, we only need to point out one difference which consists in the elimination of the signal from the ABS wheel senders to the control unit. The navigation system does not use the signals from the ABS wheel senders to locate the position of the vehicle; this function is accomplished by basing the calculations on the speed of the vehicle.

Note: For more information, consult the Self Study Program No. 69 “Radionavigation system”.






   LAYOUT The Xenon headlights use (GDL) gas discharge light bulbs for the dipped beams. The advantages of these new generation lights in relation to the existing halogen ones are: – A light output up to three times more than conventional bulbs, making it possible to use bulbs as low as 35 watts. – The useful life is approximately 1500 hours, which is more than the average life of a vehicle. Slave control – By using a special configuration for the unit J344 reflector, lens and glass, greater beam travel is achieved and better light dispersion occurs close to the vehicle. This makes it possible to improve road edge illumination and thus reduce driver vision fatigue. The mounting of Xenon lights makes it obligatory to fit headlight reach adjustment and a headlight washer system. The components which are found in each Protected by copyright. Copying for private or commercial purposes, in part or in whole, is not light are: permitted unless authorised by SEAT S.A. SEAT S.A does not guarantee or accept any liability with respect to the correctness of information in this document. Copyright by SEAT S.A. – Gas discharge bulb – Servomotor for headlight adjustment. – Capacitor – Control unit As well as the above, two levelling senders are required. These senders are required to determine the inclination of the body under load. One sender is mounted on the front stabiliser bar to determine the height of the front part of the vehicle, and another on the longitudinal arm of the rear right hand side wheel for the rear vehicle height.

Note: The gas discharge lamps are supplied with high voltage, making it essential to take precautions when working on this system.

Stabiliser bar



Front levelling sender G78


Rear levelling sender G76

Longitudinal arm

Headlight adjustment servomotor V48

Master control unit J343

Gas discharge bulb L14

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Capacitor J426 Headlamp washer

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Master control unit J343 Levelling sender G76 Capacitor J426

Left side Xenon light L13

Level sender G78

Instrument panel J285 Self diagnosis connectoro

Slave control unit J344

Headlight switch E1

Headlight adjustment servomotorleft V48

Capacitor J427

Right side Xenon light L14

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Headlight adjustment servomotor-right V49

D80-34

SYNOPTIC CHART The functions assumed by the system are: – Lighting the gas discharge bulb – Adjustment of light reach – Self diagnosis

On the contrary, the signals needed for light reach adjustment are received directly from the master control unit on the left headlight. At the same time, the calculation is sent to the slave control unit fitted on the right headlight, which in turn governs the operation of the servomotor on this light. Both units have a self diagnosis system which can be consulted using the fault reader.

Each control unit assumes the function of lighting the gas discharge bulb when it receives the signals needed to correctly carry out this operation.




Electrode

GAS DISCHARGE LIGHT BULBS L13/14

Gas filled glass bulb

Light is created in gas discharge bulbs by passing a voltage arc between two electrodes in a glass bulb. The bulb size is about the size of a bean and is filled with gas. Due to the chemical composition of the gas, the light which is generated has a high percentage of blue and green colours.

Voltage arc

Electrode

ENERGISING The capacitor is responsible for providing the electrical supply to the bulb. The voltage arc is necessary in order to ignite the gas discharge bulb, which requires a high voltage of several thousand volts (approx. 28kV). Once the bulb is lit, it can then be supplied with alternating current having a frequency of approximately 400Hz.

D80-35

CAPACITOR J426/427 The capacitor has two connectors, one input with three terminals from the control unit, and the other is an output having two terminals for the bulb holders. The capacitor has two circuits, one of which is Protected by copyright. Copying for private or commercial purposes, in part or in whole, is not used to switch on the bulbs and the other keeps permitted unless authorised by SEAT S.A. SEAT S.A does not guarantee or accept any liability with themrespect lit. to the correctness of information in this document. Copyright by SEAT S.A.

Input connector

ENERGISING The control unit supplies the two capacitor circuits using three cables, one of which is common for both circuits. The ignition circuit is energised with an alternating voltage exceeding 500 V. The lights are kept on by an energising voltage which could vary between 30 and 112 V.

Output to bulbs

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High density magnetic flux

Low density magnetic flux Hall sender

Level sender Circular magnet Volts

Angle

D80-37

LEVEL SENDERS G76/78 SIGNAL APPLICATION The levelling senders operate using the hall principle. The signal from the senders is used by the The sender is composed of a lever which master control unit to determine the inclination receives the movements of the suspension of the body according to the load applied to the components, a circular magnet joined to the vehicle. lever and a hall sender with an integrated REPLACEMENT FUNCTION electronic circuit. When the vehicle load varies, the circular If one of the senders is faulty, the control unit Protected by copyright. private or commercial purposes, in part or in whole, isfunction, not magnet rotates, thus varying the magnetic flux Copying willforcancel the headlight adjustment permitted unless authorised by SEAT S.A. SEAT S.A does not guarantee or accept any liability with which acts on the hall sender. and the actuators will Copyright remain in the respect to the correctness of information in this document. by SEAT S.A.last The variation of the magnetic flux has a direct memorised position. influence on the output signal from the Hall sender. When the magnetic flux is at its minimum, the signal will be approximately 0.5 V, and at the maximum, the signal will reach 4.5 V.




Control unit Servomotor POSITION OF HEADLIGHT UNDER NORMAL LOAD CONDITIONS

Level sender

Level sender

POSITION OF HEADLIGHT UNDER MAXIMUM LOAD CONDITIONS

D80-38

HEADLIGHT REACH Protected by copyright. Copying for private or commercial purposes, in part or in whole, is not permitted unless authorised by SEAT S.A. SEAT S.A does not guarantee or accept any liability with ADJUSTMENT respect to the correctness of information in this document. Copyright by SEAT S.A. intervals; these intervals will gradually be increased if the vehicle continues at a constant speed. If a stop is made (v < 1 km/h) while the ignition is switched on and a change in vehicle load is detected (for example, another person gets into the vehicle), the time interval adjustment will be reset to the initial value. This ensures that the headlight reach adjustment will be immediately adapted to the new load conditions. If the load does not change, (for example, when stopping before traffic lights) the adjustment will continue with the greater time interval. This method ensures stability in the headlight reach adjustment, since it will only react when load conditions are changed, and not due to dynamic effects, such as when braking or accelerating.

The control unit makes a basic setting according to the inclination of the body. When the vehicle is started, a theoretical value for the operation of the headlight adjustment servomotors is transmitted, regardless of whether the dipped beams are on or not. Afterwards, the modifications to the theoretical figure for headlight reach adjustment will only be sent to the servomotors if the dipped beams are on. The vehicle inclination is calculated by determining the difference between the readings from the front and rear levelling senders. When the initial calculation has been completed, new readings will only be taken when the vehicle is driven at a constant speed. At first, the readings are taken at short time




 

Xenon light bulb

Control unit

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Medium voltage circuit, up to 500 V Headlight switch

High voltage circuit, up to 28 kV

D80-39

BULB LIGHTING The heating phase remains active for about 5 seconds after bulb illumination. The control unit will supply the capacitor with approximately 30 V at 400 Hz. The approximate consumption of the bulb during this phase could reach 17 A. The normal operating supply period begins after heating phase. The voltage will vary from 68 to 112 V at a frequency of 400 Hz. During this phase, the control unit will supply the capacitor with a regulated voltage, whose variation will be affected by the bulb voltage consumption, in other words, its internal resistance.

The control unit energises the capacitor with alternating current, adapting the voltage and frequency in such a way that during the different operating phases, there will always be a correct voltage arc generated in the bulb. Three different phases of bulb operation can be distinguished: – Initial illumination – Heating – Operating supply The initial illumination period is limited to approximately 500 ms. During this phase, the control unit will supply the capacitor with approximately 500 V. The output voltage from the capacitor at the moment of illumination reaches 28 kV.




S

S P4/8

P4/5

P4/7

D/x

D/x

G22

S

S 2

28a

J285

V48

E1

T16

V49

5

M 1

2

M

3

2

3a

1

2

3

B

A 12

16

17

13

12

4

4

4

1

J344

11

7

5

G78

6

1

5

13

17

J343 8

B

A

1

2

3

5

9

16

1

2

3

6

11

5

4

J427

J426

G76

A L13

Input signal Output signal

L14

Positive supply Earth

Bi-directional signal D80-40

LEGEND E1 G76 G78 J285 L13 L14 J426

Headlight switch Vehicle levelling sender - rear Vehicle levelling sender- front Instrument panel Gas discharge bulb - left Gas discharge bulb - right side Capacitor - left bulb

J427 J343 J344 V48 V49 G22 T16

Capacitor - right bulb Master control unit - left bulb Slave control unit - right bulb Headlight adjustment servomotor- left Headlight adjustment servomotor- right Speed sender Self diagnosis connector

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  SELF DIAGNOSIS The Xenon headlight control units have a self diagnosis system incorporated. The direction codes to access the different self diagnosis functions are: 29 - “Verification of lights – left side” 39 - “ Verification of lights – right side” The functions which can be selected in each case are shown in the following chart:

Vehicle self diagnosis

Select the self diagnosis function

29 - Verification of lights, left side 7M3907391 EVG GDL + AUTOLWR X004 Code 00005 Workshop code 01317

D80-41

Self diagnosis functions

Control unit left headlight

Control unit right headlight

01

Code the control unit

X

X

02

Interrogating fault memory

X

X

03

Final control diagnostics

X

04

Basic setting

X

05

Erase fault memory

X

X

06

End output

X

X

07

Code the control unit

X

X

08

Read measure block value

X

X

10

Adaptation

11

Login procedure

FUNCTION 02: “INTERROGATING FAULT MEMORY” The control unit has a memory allocation for storing both permanent and sporadic faults. Protected by copyright. Copying for private or commercial purposes, in part or in whole, is not The components whosebyfaults are and stored are as follows: permitted unless authorised SEAT S.A. SEATdetected S.A does not guarantee or accept in any the liabilitymemory with respect to the correctness of information in this document. Copyright by SEAT S.A. – Control unit – Signal Kl. 56 (dipped beams) – Capacitor for gas discharge light bulb (J426 & J427) – Gas discharge light bulbs (L13 & L 14) – Vehicle levelling sensors - front and rear (G76 & G78) – Speed signal – Servomotors for headlight adjustment (V48 & V49) – Headlight adjustment

FUNCTION 03: “FINAL CONTROL DIAGNOSTICS” The function “03” permits us to check the operation of the servomotors, and ensure that they are being correctly energised by the control unit. We can also check their wiring harness and operating efficiency. During the verification procedure, the headlight reach is varied, starting with the minimum reach and then passing to maximum.




FUNCTION 04: “BASIC SETTING” Vehicle self diagnosis 29- Verification of lights, left side The basic setting function is required in 7M3907391 EVG GDL + AUTOLWR X004 order to adjust the headlight reach. The Function 04 - Basic setting Code 00005 adjustment procedure is divided into two Group 002 Workshop code 01317 parts; the first of these consists in correctly Headlights adjustment positioning the headlights. This should be done while selecting the value block “001” and with no load on the vehicle. D80-42 The second stage consists in adapting the control unit to the levelling sender signals with the vehicle in an unloaded condition. This is done automatically by selecting the value block “002”. Protected by copyright. Copying for private or commercial purposes, in part or in whole, is not permitted unless authorised by SEAT S.A. SEAT S.A does not guarantee or accept any liability with respect to the correctness of information in this document. Copyright by SEAT S.A.

FUNCTION 07: “CODE THE CONTROL UNIT” This function is required since it is necessary to adapt the system to the differences which are present between the various versions of the same model. For the Alhambra, there is only one code 00005.

FUNCTION 08: “READ MEASURE BLOCK VALUE” This function facilitates the checking and detection of faults. Some of the values are only available for one of the units, depending on the actuator or sensor being controlled. The meaning of the measured values relating to the adjustment of the lights is as follows: Group No.

001

002

003

DISPLAY ZONE 1

2

3

4

Supply voltage (V)

Voltage from dipped beams “56b” (V)

Speed (km/h)

Dynamic movement condition

Front levelling sensor signal G78 (V)

Rear levelling sensor signal G76 (V)

Situation of adaptation process (ADP ok)

Variable duty cycle for left headlight servomotor (%)

Gas discharge light bulb power (Watts)

Gas discharge light bulb voltage (V)

Variable duty cycle for right headlight servomotor º(%)

Not used

Valid for both units Only for master control unit of left light




    Switch E266 and warning light for parking aid K136 Senders for parking aid system G203-206

Senders for parking aid system G252-255

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Warning buzzer H15

Control unit J446 and buzzer H22

D80-43

LAYOUT In this situation, the warning light will remain on permanently. The system will warn of the presence of an object when the distance is less than 160 cm, by emitting an intermittent acoustic signal. The closer the vehicle is to the object, the greater the frequency of the acoustic signals. When the distance is reduced to 20cm, the intermittent warning becomes continuous. There is one buzzer located at the front and another at the rear. The buzzer nearest to the object emits the warning signal.

The parking aid system operates with the aid of ultrasonic signals and assists the driver during parking manoeuvres, by giving a warning when the vehicle approaches an object. The system consists of: â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Four senders in the front bumper. â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Four senders in the rear bumper. â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Two warning buzzers â&#x20AC;&#x201C; A button for connection and disconnection with an integrated warning light. â&#x20AC;&#x201C; A control unit. The system comes on automatically when reverse gear is engaged or manually by pressing the switch in the centre console.




Parking aid senders G203-206 Parking aid control unit J446 Parking aid senders G252-255 Parking aid buzzer - rear H15 Parking aid switch E266 Parking aid buzzer - front H22

Instrument panel J285

Parking aid warning ligh K136

Reverse gear switch F4

Diagnosis connector

Fog light switch F216

D80-44

We will briefly resume here the signal application of those already familiar components .

The remainder will be dealt with in the following pages.

REVERSE GEAR SWITCH F4 This switch sends a positive signal to the control unit when the reverse gear is engaged. The control unit uses this signal to activate the parking aid system. D80-45

FOG LIGHT SWITCH F216

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D80-46

on when the trailer connector is plugged in. The control unit also uses the signal from this switch to deactivate the rear parking aid system when the trailer connector is plugged in.

SPEED SIGNAL The speed is used to determine when the vehicle begins to move. The control unit deactivates the parking aid system when the vehicle speed is greater than 20 km/h. D80-47




    PARKING AID SENDERS The senders G203-206 are integrated in the front bumper and the G252-255 are in the rear bumper. Their task is to recognise the presence of objects in their monitoring zone (160 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 0 cm). This is done by the emission of electrosonic waves (eco), which are reflected off an object back to the sender. The parking aid control unit J466 decides when the senders should emit the ultrasonic waves (eco). The senders capture the waves coming from an object and transform them into digital signals, which are then transmitted to the control unit.

Integrated circuit

SIGNAL APPLICATION The control unit calculates the distance to the object by analysing the eco travel time, in other words, the time elapsed between the instruction to transmit electrosonic waves and the reception of the digital signals from the sender. The distance is calculated by the application of the triangulation method. According to the distances, the object is known to be between the senders 2 and 3. The Pythagoras theory is used to determine the distance h (h = 44 cm). If the distance between the senders at the edges and an object does not change, the system will realise that we are driving parallel to a wall. In this case, the warning buzzer will be deactivated after 3 seconds and it will only be reactivated if the distance is reduced.

Ultrasonic emitter - receiver

D80-48

Object

REPLACEMENT FUNCTION If the signal from any of the senders is missing, the control unit will deactivate the system. This will be indicated by the blinking of the warning light and the sound of the buzzers for a period of 3 seconds.

Senders

Senders

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SWITCH E266 AND WARNING LIGHT K136 FOR PARKING AID The switch and the warning light for the parking aid are integrated in one single unit in the central console. Each action on the switch will cause it to send a negative signal to the parking aid control unit. The warning light will receive a positive signal from the parking aid control unit when the system is activated. If a fault is detected, the control unit will energise the warning light by sending positive pulses, causing it to blink twice per second (2 Hz).

SIGNAL APPLICATION The negative signal from the switch is used by the control unit to activate or deactivate the parking aid system REPLACEMENT FUNCTION If the switch signal is missing or shorted to earth, it will be impossible to activate or deactivate the system manually.

D80-50

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WARNING BUZZERS H15 AND H22

There are two warning buzzers, one (H15) is located at the front next to the control unit under the left seat. The other (H22) is located at the rear in the base of the left D pillar.

ENERGISING The buzzers receive a 12 V signal whose frequency varies according to the distance from the object (160cm 1Hz, 20cm 25 Hz, and at less than 20 cm, the signal is continuous). Note: When a fault is detected in the system, the control unit energises the buzzers for a period of 3 seconds.

D80-51




   

15

15

D/x E1

G22

S

4

S 12

2 1

F4

1

1

H15

2

2

T16

H22

J285

28a

1

3

F216

3a

2

2

L46/47 J446 3a

8a

1a

9c

12c

6a

5c

7c

4b

10c

3c

1c

3b

6c

2c

10a

11c

8c

2a

4c

12a

1b

2b

11a

8b

5a

7b

6b

5b

4a

13a

58 B 1

3

2

G203

1

2

1

2

1

2

1

2

1

2

1

2

1

2

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E266

Input signal Output signal

Positive supply Earth

2

5

1

K136 3

4

L117

Bi-directional signal D80-52

LEGEND E1 E266 F4 F216 G22 G203 G204 G205 G206 G252 G253

G254 G255 H15 H22 J285 J446 K136 L46/47 L117 T16

Headlight switch Parking aid switch Reverse gear switch Fog light switch Speed sender Parking aid sender - rear left Parking aid sender - rear left central Parking aid sender - rear right central Parking aid sender - rear right Parking aid sender - front right Parking aid sender - front right central



Parking aid sender - front left central Parking aid sender - front left Parking aid buzzer - rear Parking aid buzzer - front Instrument panel Parking aid control unit Parking aid warning light Rear fog light bulb Parking aid switch bulb Self diagnosis connector


SELF DIAGNOSIS

Vehicle self diagnosis

The parking aid control unit contains a self diagnosis function. The direction code for access is: “76 – Parking aid”. The functions which can be selected are shaded in the screen image here:

Parking AID 7M3919283 Parkingsyst. SH RDW D01 Code 00117 Workshop code 01317

Select the desired function

02

Interrogating fault memory

03

Final control diagnostics

04

Basic setting

05

Erase fault memory

06

End output

07

Code the control unit

08

Read measure block value

09

Leer valor individual de medición

10

Adaptation

11

Login procedure

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FUNCTION 02: “INTERROGATING FAULT MEMORY” The self diagnosis system has a memory function to store both permanent and sporadic faults. The sporadic faults are automatically erased after 50 cycles. A cycle is completed when the ignition is switched on and the vehicle is driven at a minimum speed of 30 km/h. The components whose faults are detected and stored in the memory are as follows: – Control unit – Warning buzzers H15 & H22. – Front parking aid senders G203-206 – Rear parking aid senders G252-256 – Reverse gear light switch F4

FUNCTION 03: “FINAL CONTROL DIAGNOSTICS” This function enables us to verify the warning buzzers, and the screen indications will be as follows: Protected by copyright. Copying for private or commercial purposes, in part or in whole, is not permitted unless authorised by SEAT S.A. SEAT S.A does not guarantee or accept any liability with parking aid buzzer H22 Copyright by SEAT S.A. respect–toFront the correctness of information in this document. – Rear parking aid buzzer H15

FUNCTION 07: “CODE THE CONTROL UNIT” The control unit needs to be coded to adapt the system, depending on whether we have a manual or automatic gearbox. The corresponding codes are as follows: Code

Gearbox

00117

Manual

01117

Automatic




    FUNCTION 08: â&#x20AC;&#x153;READ MEASURE BLOCK VALUEâ&#x20AC;? The self diagnosis system comes with an extensive list of measurement values, making fault checking and detection much easier. The meanings of the measurement values relating to the parking aid system are: DISPLAY ZONE

Group No.

1

2

3

4

001

Distance to front left hand sender (cm)

Distance to front left hand central sender (cm)

Distance to front right hand central sender (cm)

Distance to front right hand sender (cm)

002

Distance to rear left hand sender (cm)

Distance to rear left hand central sender (cm)

Distance to rear right hand central sender (cm)

Distance to rear right hand sender (cm)

003

Distance calculated to object at front (cm)

Distance calculated to object at rear (cm)

Speed (km/h)

Supply voltage (V)

Warning buzzer activated (ON/OFF)

Reverse gear signal (Yes/No)

Trailer signal (Yes/No)

Tailgate (Open/closed)

Parking aid warning light (ON/OFF)

Parking aid switch (OFF/ON)

Not used

Not used

004

005

006

Stabilisation period for Stabilisation period for Stabilisation period for rear left hand sender rear left hand central sender rear right hand central sender (ms) Copying for private or commercial (ms) Protected by copyright. purposes, in part or in whole, is not (ms) permitted unless authorised by SEAT S.A. SEAT S.A does not guarantee or accept any liability with Stabilisation period forof informationStabilisation period for by SEAT Stabilisation respect to the correctness in this document. Copyright S.A.

007

front left hand sender (ms)

front left hand central sender (ms)

period for front right hand central sender (ms)

Stabilisation period for rear right hand sender (ms) Stabilisation period for front right hand sender (ms)

FUNCTION 10: â&#x20AC;&#x153;ADAPTATIONâ&#x20AC;? The adaptation function permits the acoustic warnings both from the front and rear buzzers to be modified as shown in the following chart: CHANNEL

UTILISATION

001

Rear acoustic signal volume, adjustable in steps from 2 to 7

002

Frequency of rear acoustic signal warning, adjustable in steps from 0 (500 Hz) up to 4 (2 kHz)

003

Front acoustic signal volume, adjustable in steps from 2 to 7

004

Frequency of front acoustic signal warning, adjustable in steps from 0 (500 Hz) up to 4 (2 kHz)




 

 Selector clock E111 Additional battery Metering pump V54

Heater unit B5W/D5W

Conmutador de temperatura exterior F38

Coolant circulation pump V55

Pneumatic valve for coolant

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Coolant solenoid N214

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period of 30 minutes when the time set is reached. The programming is done using the selector clock and this can only be done within the following 24 hours. When the system is activated, it sends a signal to the vehicle air conditioning/climatronic ventilation system, to activate the blower and allow the hot air to circulate to the inside of the vehicle.

The auxiliary heating system will be fitted for the first time on a SEAT vehicle, and it is available both for petrol and diesel versions. The same components are used for both engine versions, although the characteristics of some of these, will vary depending on the type of fuel being used. The heater unit is integrated in the control unit. This heating system can work as an additional heater when the engine is running or it can be programmed to come on when the engine is stopped. The heating will come on permanently for a

Note: For more information, consult the Self Study Program No. 83 â&#x20AC;&#x153;Auxiliary heatingâ&#x20AC;?.




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2001 SEAT Alhambra SSP80  

Self-Study Program covering the 2001 SEAT Alhambra in detail.

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