1 TOYOTA 1KD/2KD ENGINE COMMON RAIL SYSTEM (CRS) Issued : September E
2 2009 DENSO CORPORATION All rights reserved. This material may not be reproduced or copied, in whole or in part, without the written permission of DENSO Corporation.
3 Table of Contents Table of Contents Operation Section 1. PRODUCT APPLICATION INFORMATION 1.1 OUTLINE Applicable Vehicles Applicable Product List System Outline SUPPLY PUMP 2.1 Change Item Suction Control Valve (SCV) RAIL 3.1 Change Item INJECTOR 4.1 Change Items Quick Response (QR) Codes FUEL INJECTION CONTROL 5.1 Change Item Injection Pattern Microinjection Quantity Learning Control Wide-Range Cylinder Correction Control DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODES (DTC) 6.1 DTC Table ENGINE ECU 7.1 LAND CRUISER PRADO DYNA IMV
4 1 1 Operation Section 1. PRODUCT APPLICATION INFORMATION 1.1 OUTLINE Minor changes have been made to the TOYOTA LAND CRUISER, PRADO, DYNA, and IMV. As a result, a portion of the Common Rail System (CRS) equipped with the 1KD-FTV and 2KD-FTV engines has changed. The construction, operation, and control of main CRS components (supply pump, injectors, rail) are identical to the components described in the previously issued "Common Rail System for TOYOTA HILUX/KIJYANG INNOVA/INNOVA 1KD/2KD (Doc ID: )". Primary changes and additions are listed below. The supply pump Suction Control Valve (SCV) has been changed from the SV2 type to the SV1 type. (refer to P1-6) The rail pressure limiter has been replaced with a pressure discharge valve. (refer to P1-8 The injectors have been changed from the G2 type to the G3 type. (refer to P1-9) Microinjection quantity learning control, and wide-range cylinder correction control have been added to injector control. (refer to P1-11) 1.2 Applicable Vehicles Vehicle Name Engine Type Engine Displacement Remarks LAND CRUISER PRADO DYNA 1KD-FTV 3.0 L August 2009 IMV 1KD/2KD-FTV 3.0 L/2.5 L 1.3 Applicable Product List LAND CRUISER PRADO Part Name DENSO Manufacturer Part Number Part Number Remarks Supply Pump # Injector # Rail # # N10 AT, 4WD, Europe, Australia, Euro # N30 AT, 4WD, Middle East, General, Euro 3, 2 Engine ECU # N50 AT, 4WD, Middle East, General, Euro # N20 MT, 4WD, Europe, Australia, Euro # N40 MT, 4WD, Middle East, General, Euro 3, # N60 MT, 4WD, Middle East, General, Euro 0 EDU #
5 1 2 Part Name Crankshaft Position Sensor Camshaft Position Sensor Accelerator Pedal Module Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP) Sensor Coolant Temperature Sensor Intake Air Temperature Sensor Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) Valve DYNA DENSO Manufacturer Part Number Part Number # # # # # # # Remarks Part Name DENSO Manufacturer Part Number Part Number Remarks Supply Pump # SCV: # Injector # Different connector, for use with cylinders 1 and # Rail # Engine ECU # MT, 2WD, Europe, Euro 4 (C/D), with charging regulation when starting # MT, 2WD, Europe, Euro 4 (C/D), without charging regulation when starting EDU # # Crankshaft Position Sensor # Camshaft Position Sensor # Accelerator Pedal Module # MAP Sensor # Coolant Temperature Sensor # Intake Air Temperature Sensor #
6 1 3 Operation Section Part Name Throttle Position Sensor EGR Valve IMV DENSO Manufacturer Part Number Part Number # F00B # # Remarks Part Name Supply Pump Injector Rail Engine ECU Engine ECU EDU DENSO Manufacturer Part Number Part Number Remarks # KD, Europe, low lubrication # KD/2KD, Thailand SM # L060 1KD, Europe, Australia, Thailand SM # L070 1KD/2KD, Europe, Thailand, India, low lubrication # KD/2KD # KD SM # L090 1KD/2KD SM # L100 2KD # KD/2KD SM # L030 1KD/2KD MA # KN00 1KD, MT, PT-4WD, Europe, Euro 4 MA # KN20 1KD, MT, 2WD, Australia, Euro 4 MA # KN30 1KD, MT, PT-4WD, Australia, Euro 4 MA # KN40 1KD, AT, PT-4WD, Europe, Euro 4 MA # KN60 1KD, AT, PT-4WD PRE, Australia, Euro 4 MA # KN80 2KD, MT, 2WD, Europe, Euro 4 Class 2 MA # KP00 2KD, MT, 2WD, Europe, Euro 4 Class 3 MA # KP20 2KD, MT, PT-4WD, Europe, Euro 4 MA # KP40 2KD, MT, 2WD PRE, Thailand, Euro 3 MA # KP50 2KD, MT, PT-4WD, Thailand, Euro 3 RB # KN10 1KD, MT, PT-4WD, Europe, Euro 4 RB # KN50 1KD, AT, PT-4WD, Europe, Euro 4 RB # KN90 2KD, MT, 2WD, Europe, Euro 4 Class 2 RB # KP10 2KD, MT, 2WD, Europe, Euro 4 Class 3 RB # KP30 2KD, MT, PT-4WD, Europe, Euro 4 HA # KN70 1KD, MT, FT-4WD, India, Euro 4(W/O OBD) HA # KP60 2KD, MT, 2WD, India, Euro 4 (W/O OBD) # #
7 1 4 Part Name DENSO Manufacturer Part Number Part Number Crankshaft Position Sensor # Camshaft Position Sensor # MAP Sensor # Coolant Temperature Sensor # Intake Air Temperature Sensor # # EGR Valve # # Remarks
8 1 5 Operation Section 1.4 System Outline The CRS configuration is as per the figure below.
9 SUPPLY PUMP 2.1 Change Item The supply pump Suction Control Valve (SCV) has been changed from the SV2 type to the SV1 type. (Refer to [SCV types (SV1, SV2)] on P1-7.) 2.2 Suction Control Valve (SCV) The supply pump is equipped with a normally closed type SCV. When the solenoid is energized, the needle valve is pressed upon (in the compact SCV, the cylinder is pulled upon) by the armature, completely opening the fuel passage and supplying fuel to the plunger. (Total quantity suctioned Total quantity discharged) When power is removed from the solenoid, the return spring presses the needle valve back to the original position, closing the fuel passage. The solenoid is actuated by duty ratio control. Fuel is supplied in an amount corresponding to the open surface area of the passage, which depends on the duty ratio. The fuel is then discharged by the plungers.
10 1 7 Operation Section Operational Concept Diagram Operation (1) SCV types (SV1, SV2) The SCV is available in the SV1 type and SV2 type. The SV2 is a compact SCV, while the SV1 is a bit larger than the SV2.
11 RAIL 3.1 Change Item Beginning from August 2006 model vehicles, a pressure discharge valve is used in place of the rail pressure limiter. The engine ECU control and an actuation circuit (EDU) control the pressure discharge valve.
12 1 9 Operation Section 4. INJECTOR 4.1 Change Items The injectors used with the 1KD-FTV and 2KD-FTV engines have been changed from the G2 type to the G3 type. In comparison to the G2 type injector, the G3 type injector has the following characteristics: The nozzle shape, and shape of the high-pressure seal service have been changed, resulting in a more high-pressure resistant structure. The G3 injector is more highly responsive due to changes to the nozzle and solenoid valve. In consideration of the mounting measurements, the overall length for the # injector (for use with cylinders 1 and 2 in the DYNA) has been made shorter by 5.5 mm.
13 Quick Response (QR) Codes QR codes are used to improve the accuracy of the injector injection quantity. The code from the vehicle assembly line is read, then entered into the engine ECU. Similar to the assembly line process, when performing service, the ID code is read by a diagnostic tool, and entered into the engine ECU. The injection quantity correction points contained in the injector QR code are shown in the figure below.
14 1 11 Operation Section 5. FUEL INJECTION CONTROL 5.1 Change Item Microinjection quantity learning control, and wide-range cylinder correction control have been added to the CRS equipped with the 1KD-FTV and 2KD-FTV engines. 5.2 Injection Pattern In this CRS system, injection occurs a maximum of three times. under normal operations, fuel injection control is performed with a pilot injection and a main injection. However, an additional pilot injection is added when the engine is started at cold temperatures, as well as when the engine is operating in the lowtemperature, low-rotation speed range. 5.3 Microinjection Quantity Learning Control (1) Outline In microinjection quantity learning control, the actual injector injection quantity is estimated from the change in engine rotational speed that accompanies a very small injection. The difference between the estimated actual injection quantity, and the injection quantity command value at that time are learned by the engine ECU. This difference is then used to correct the actual injection quantity. (2) Goal Microinjection quantity learning control is used to accomplish the following: 1) to minimize injection quantity deviations due to injector deterioration over time, and 2) to prevent both engine running noise due to misfires and exhaust smoke. (3) Control outline Microinjection quantity learning control is automatically performed approximately every 2000 km of normal vehicle operation, and is completed after the vehicle has traveled approximately 500 km. Actual learning takes place during the following processes.
15 1 12 Determination for learning conditions Microinjection quantity learning control is performed when the following two engine operations are established: 1) a reduction in vehicle speed, and 2) injection is cut off. In the determination process, the engine ECU then judges whether or not the conditions for learning have been met. The figure below shows the specific details for learning determinations. Single microinjection operation Under the single microinjection operation process, microinjection is performed once the following items are set: 1) the cylinder for which learning will be performed, and 2) the injection quantity. The figure below shows the specific settings and controls for a single microinjection. Detecting the change in rotational speed via injection In this process, the change in rotational speed can be detected using the set microinjection. The figure below shows the processing for calculating changes in rotational speed.
16 1 13 Operation Section Correcting the injection pulse width (TQ), and actual injection quantity (Q) characteristics In this process, the actual injection quantity is estimated from the set microinjection, and the change in rotational speed. The actual injection quantity is then corrected such that the value equals the target injection quantity. The figure below shows the processing for the aforementioned corrections. [ REFERENCE ] Learning must be performed manually when either an injector (or injectors), or the engine ECU is replaced. As per the figure below, diagnostic tools are used to perform learning while the engine is operating. 5.4 Wide-Range Cylinder Correction Control (1) Outline In wide-range cylinder correction control, the combustion state for each cylinder is detected based on the crankshaft position sensor (NE) signal. The injection quantity across all the cylinders can then be averaged by correcting the injection quantity for each injector. Wide-range cylinder correction control corrects the conventional FCCB control (idle speed stabilization control) performed at idle speed in all regions of rotation.
17 1 14 (2) Control outline The difference between the final injection quantity and the actual injection quantity are learned based on the loop in the figure below. Next, the following two items are compared: 1) the results of the actual injection quantity estimate based on the ideal state for NE input, and 2) the results of the actual injection quantity estimate based on the actual NE input (detected value.) Finally, the optimal emission state is found as shown in the figure below. The correction below shows pilot injection 2 and main injection.
18 1 15 Operation Section 6. DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODES (DTC) 6.1 DTC Table DTC Malfunction SAE Code Indicator Lamp Detection Item (MIL) P00AF Yes Variable Nozzle Turbo (VNT) Driver Abnormality, Position Request Signal Abnormality P0046 Yes VNT Nozzle Sliding Abnormality P0047 Yes VNT Motor Circuit Open P0048 Yes VNT Motor Circuit Short P0069 Yes Pressure Difference Abnormality Between Boost Pressure and Atmospheric Pressure P0087 Yes Rail Pressure Sensor Abnormality P0088 Yes Pressure Discharge Valve Abnormality P0093 Yes Fuel Leak P0095 Yes Intake Air Temperature Sensor System Abnormality P0097 Yes Intake Air Temperature Sensor Low P0098 Yes Intake Air Temperature Sensor High P0101 Yes Mass Air Flow (MAF) Meter Out of Range P0102 Yes MAF Meter Low P0103 Yes MAF Meter High P0105 Yes Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP) Sensor System Abnormality P0106 Yes MAP Sensor Out of Range P0107 Yes MAP Sensor Low P0108 Yes MAP Sensor High P0110 Yes Intake Air Temperature Sensor System Abnormality P0112 Yes Intake Air Temperature Sensor Low P0113 Yes Intake Air Temperature Sensor High P0115 Yes Coolant Temperature Sensor System Abnormality P0116 Yes Coolant Temperature Sensor Circuit Range/Performance P0117 Yes Coolant Temperature Sensor Low P0118 Yes Coolant Temperature Sensor High P0122 Yes Diesel Throttle Position Sensor Low P0123 Yes Diesel Throttle Position Sensor High P0168 Yes High Fuel Temperature Abnormality P0180 Yes Fuel Temperature Sensor System Abnormality
19 1 16 DTC Malfunction SAE Code Indicator Lamp Detection Item (MIL) P0182 Yes Fuel Temperature Sensor Low P0183 Yes Fuel Temperature Sensor High P0190 Yes Rail Pressure Sensor System Abnormality P0191 Yes Rail Pressure Sensor Characteristics Abnormality P0192 Yes Rail Pressure Sensor Low P0193 Yes Rail Pressure Sensor High P0200 Yes EDU Circuit Abnormality P0299 Yes VNT Closed Abnormality P0335 Yes Crankshaft Position Sensor Abnormality P0339 No Crankshaft Position Sensor Power Flicker P0340 Yes Camshaft Position Sensor Open Circuit P0400 Yes Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) Flow Volume Abnormality P0405 Yes EGR Lift Sensor Low P0406 Yes EGR Lift Sensor High P0488 Yes EGR Throttle Motor System Abnormality P0489 Yes EGR E-VRV Low P0490 Yes EGR E-VRV High P0500 Yes Vehicle Speed Sensor System Abnormality P0503 Vehicle Speed Sensor Power Flicker Noise P0504 No Stop Lamp Switch System Abnormality P0516 Battery Temperature Sensor Low P0517 Battery Temperature Sensor High P0560 Yes Battery Abnormality P0571 Stop Lamp Switch (Open, Short) P0575 Cruise Cancel Circuit Abnormality P0606 Yes Engine ECU Internal Abnormality P0607 Yes Control Module Performance P060A Yes Engine ECU Monitor CPU Abnormality P060B Yes Engine ECU Peripheral Circuit Abnormality P0617 Yes Starter Circuit High P0627 Yes Supply Pump SCV Abnormality (Open, ShortÅj P0724 Yes Stop Lamp Switch Abnormality P1229 Yes Supply Pump Abnormality (Overfeed) P1238 Yes Injector Injection Abnormality P1251 Yes VNT Abnormality (Power Flicker) P1264 Yes VNT Driver Abnormality
20 1 17 Operation Section DTC Malfunction SAE Code Indicator Lamp Detection Item (MIL) P1271 Yes Pressure Discharge Valve System Abnormality P1272 Yes Pressure Discharge Valve (Stuck Closed) P1496 Yes Intake Air Temperature Sensor Low P1497 Yes Intake Air Temperature Sensor High P1550 Battery Current Sensor Abnormality P1551 Battery Current Sensor Low P1552 Battery Current Sensor High P1570 Laser Sensor Abnormality P1572 Laser Sensor Optical Axis Misalignment P1575 Warning Buzzer Abnormality P1578 Brake System Abnormality P1601 Yes Injector ID Code Abnormality, Unregistered P1602 Battery Low Voltage P1604 No Poor Start Judgment P1605 No Unstable Idle P1607 Yes Cruise Control CPU Abnormality P1611 Yes Internal IC Abnormality P1615 DSS1 ECU Communication Abnormality P1616 Vehicle Control ECU Communication Abnormality P1617 Vehicle Control ECU Abnormality P1630 VSC ENG Communication Abnormality (VSC ENG) P1631 VSC ENG Communication Abnormality (ENG VSC) P2006 Yes Swirl Control Valve Stuck Fully Closed Abnormality P2009 Yes Swirl Control Valve VSV Abnormality - Low P2010 Yes Swirl Control Valve VSV Abnormality - High P2120 Yes Accelerator Position Sensor No. 1 (Open) P2121 Yes Accelerator Position Sensor (Out of Range) P2122 Yes Accelerator Position Sensor No. 1 (Open) Low P2123 Yes Accelerator Position Sensor No. 1 (Open) High P2125 Yes Accelerator Position Sensor No. 2 (Open) P2127 Yes Accelerator Position Sensor No. 2 (Open) Low P2128 Yes Accelerator Position Sensor No. 2 (Open) High P2138 Yes Accelerator Position Sensor No. 1/ No. 2 Open P2226 Yes Atmospheric Pressure Sensor (Open) P2228 Yes Atmospheric Pressure Sensor Low P2229 Yes Atmospheric Pressure Sensor High
21 1 18 DTC Malfunction SAE Code Indicator Lamp Detection Item (MIL) P245C Yes EGR Cooler Bypass Actuation VSV Low P245D Yes EGR Cooler Bypass Actuation VSV High P2501 Alternator Abnormality P2563 Yes VNT Position Sensor Characteristics Discrepancy P2564 Yes VNT Position Sensor 1 Open P2565 Yes VNT Position Sensor 1 Short P2588 Yes VNT Position Sensor 2 Open P2589 Yes VNT Position Sensor 2 Short U0100 Vehicle Control ECU Communication Abnormality U0101 Yes TCM ECU CAN Communication Abnormality U0122 VSC ENG Communication Abnormality (VSC ENG) U0123 Yaw Rate Sensor Communication Abnormality U0126 Steering Sensor Communication Abnormality U0235 Laser Sensor Communication Abnormality (Sensor Vehicle ECU) U1102 Laser Sensor Communication Abnormality (Vehicle ECU Sensor) U1104 DSS1 ECU Communication Abnormality
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