Nissan Juke Service and Repair Manual : System

System Description

The system switches fluid pressure of each brake caliper to increase, to hold or to decrease according to signals from control unit in ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit). This control system is applied to ABS function and EBD function.

Fail-safe function is available for each function and is activated by each function when system malfunction occurs.

SYSTEM DIAGRAM

INPUT SIGNAL AND OUTPUT SIGNAL


INPUT SIGNAL AND OUTPUT SIGNAL

Major signal transmission between each unit via communication lines is shown in the following table.

ABS function, EBD function

VALVE OPERATION


VALVE OPERATION

The control unit built in the ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit) controls fluid pressure of the brake calipers, respectively, by operating each valve.

When Brake Pedal is Applied or ABS is in Operation (During Pressure Increases)


During pressure front RH brake caliper increases


During pressure front RH brake caliper increases When the ABS IN valve opens, brake fluid is supplied to the front RH brake caliper from the master cylinder through the ABS IN valve. Brake fluid does not flow into the reservoir because the ABS OUT valve is closed.

During pressure front LH brake caliper increases When the ABS IN valve opens, brake fluid is supplied to the front LH brake caliper from the master cylinder through the ABS IN valve. Brake fluid does not flow into the reservoir because the ABS OUT valve is closed.

During pressure rear RH brake caliper increases When the ABS IN valve opens, brake fluid is supplied to the rear RH brake caliper from the master cylinder through the ABS IN valve. Brake fluid does not flow into the reservoir because the ABS OUT valve is closed.

During pressure rear LH brake caliper increases When the ABS IN valve opens, brake fluid is supplied to the rear LH brake caliper from the master cylinder through the ABS IN valve. Brake fluid does not flow into the reservoir because the ABS OUT valve is closed.

When ABS is Starts Operating (During Pressure Holds)


During pressure front RH brake caliper holds


During pressure front RH brake caliper holds Since the ABS IN valve and the ABS OUT valve are closed, the front RH brake caliper, master cylinder, and reservoir are blocked. This maintains fluid pressure applied on the front RH brake caliper.

During pressure front LH brake caliper holds Since the ABS IN valve and the ABS OUT valve are closed, the front LH brake caliper, master cylinder, and reservoir are blocked. This maintains fluid pressure applied on the front LH brake caliper.

During pressure rear RH brake caliper holds Since the ABS IN valve and the ABS OUT valve are closed, the rear RH brake caliper, master cylinder, and reservoir are blocked. This maintains fluid pressure applied on the rear RH brake caliper.

During pressure rear LH brake caliper holds Since the ABS IN valve and the ABS OUT valve are closed, the rear LH brake caliper, master cylinder, and reservoir are blocked. This maintains fluid pressure applied on the rear LH brake caliper.

When ABS is in Operation (During Pressure Decreases)


During pressure front RH brake caliper decreases


During pressure front RH brake caliper decreases Since the ABS IN valve is closed and the ABS OUT valve is opened, fluid pressure applied on the front RH brake caliper is supplied to the reservoir through the ABS OUT valve. This fluid pressure decreases when sent to the master cylinder by the pump.

During pressure front LH brake caliper decreases Since the ABS IN valve is closed and the ABS OUT valve is opened, fluid pressure applied on the front LH brake caliper is supplied to the reservoir through the ABS OUT valve. This fluid pressure decreases when sent to the master cylinder by the pump.

During pressure rear RH brake caliper decreases Since the ABS IN valve is closed and the ABS OUT valve is opened, fluid pressure applied on the rear RH brake caliper is supplied to the reservoir through the ABS OUT valve. This fluid pressure decreases when sent to the master cylinder by the pump.

During pressure rear LH brake caliper decreases Since the ABS IN valve is closed and the ABS OUT valve is opened, fluid pressure applied on the rear LH brake caliper is supplied to the reservoir through the ABS OUT valve. This fluid pressure decreases when sent to the master cylinder by the pump.

When ABS is in Operation (During Pressure Increases)


During pressure front RH brake caliper increases


During pressure front RH brake caliper increases Brake fluid is supplied to the front RH brake caliper from the master cylinder through the ABS IN valve. Since the ABS OUT valve is closed, the fluid does not flow into the reservoir. The amount of brake fluid supplied to the front RH brake caliper from the master cylinder is controlled according to time that the ABS IN valve is not energized (time that the ABS IN valve is open).

During pressure front LH brake caliper increases Brake fluid is supplied to the front LH brake caliper from the master cylinder through the ABS IN valve. Since the ABS OUT valve is closed, the fluid does not flow into the reservoir. The amount of brake fluid supplied to the front LH brake caliper from the master cylinder is controlled according to time that the ABS IN valve is not energized (time that the ABS IN valve is open).

During pressure rear RH brake caliper increases Brake fluid is supplied to the rear RH brake caliper from the master cylinder through the ABS IN valve. Since the ABS OUT valve is closed, the fluid does not flow into the reservoir. The amount of brake fluid supplied to the rear RH brake caliper from the master cylinder is controlled according to time that the ABS IN valve is not energized (time that the ABS IN valve is open).

During pressure rear LH brake caliper increases Brake fluid is supplied to the rear LH brake caliper from the master cylinder through the ABS IN valve. Since the ABS OUT valve is closed, the fluid does not flow into the reservoir. The amount of brake fluid supplied to the rear LH brake caliper from the master cylinder is controlled according to time that the ABS IN valve is not energized (time that the ABS IN valve is open).

When Brake Release


During front RH brake caliper release


During front RH brake caliper release Brake fluid is supplied to the front RH brake caliper through the return check valve of the ABS IN valve and returns to the master cylinder.

During front LH brake caliper release Brake fluid is supplied to the front LH brake caliper through the return check valve of the ABS IN valve and returns to the master cylinder.

During rear RH brake caliper release Brake fluid is supplied to the rear RH brake caliper through the return check valve of the ABS IN valve and returns to the master cylinder.

During rear LH brake caliper release Brake fluid is supplied to the rear LH brake caliper through the return check valve of the ABS IN valve and returns to the master cylinder.

Component Parts and Function


CONDITION FOR TURN ON THE WARNING LAMP


CONDITION FOR TURN ON THE WARNING LAMP

ABS Warning Lamp
Turns ON when either ABS function or EBD function is malfunctioning.

Turns ON when ignition switch turns ON and turns OFF when the system is normal, for bulb check purposes.

Brake Warning Lamp


Brake Warning Lamp
Turns ON when EBD function is malfunctioning.

Turns ON when ignition switch turns ON and turns OFF when the system is normal, for bulb check purposes.

Fail-safe


Fail-safe

ABS FUNCTION

ABS warning lamp in combination meter turn ON when a malfunction occurs in system [ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit)]. The control is suspended for ABS function. The vehicle status becomes the same as models without ABS function. However, EBD function is operated normally.

NOTE

:
ABS self-diagnosis sound may be heard the same as in the normal condition, because self-diagnosis is performed when ignition switch turns ON and when vehicle initially starts.

EBD FUNCTION

ABS warning lamp and brake warning lamp in combination meter turn ON when a malfunction occurs in system [ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit)]. The control is suspended for ABS function and EBD function.

The vehicle status becomes the same as models without ABS function and EBD function.


ABS function : System Description


ABS function : System Description

By preventing wheel lock through brake force (brake fluid pressure) control that is electronically controlled by detecting wheel speed during braking, stability during emergency braking is improved so that obstacles can be easily bypassed by steering operation.

During braking, control units calculates wheel speed and pseudo-vehicle speed, and transmits pressure increase, hold or decrease signals to actuator portion according to wheel slip status.

The following effects are obtained by preventing wheel lock during braking.

- Vehicle tail slip is prevented during braking when driving straight.

- Understeer and oversteer tendencies are moderated during braking driving on a corner.

- Obstacles may be easily bypassed by steering operation during braking.

CONSULT-III can be used to diagnose the system diagnosis.

Fail-safe function is adopted. When a malfunction occurs in ABS function, the control is suspended for ABS function. The vehicle status becomes the same as models without ABS function. However, EBD function is operated normally. Refer to BRC-19, "Failsafe".

NOTE

:
ABS has the characteristic as described here, but it is not the device that helps reckless driving.

To stop vehicle efficiently, ABS does not operate and ordinary brake operates at low speed [approx. 5 to 10 km/h (3.1 to 6.2 MPH) or less, but differs subject to road conditions).

Self-diagnosis is performed immediately after when engine starts and when vehicle initially is driven [by vehicle speed approx. 15 km/h (9.3 MPH)]. Motor sounds are generated during self-diagnosis.

In addition, brake pedal may be felt heavy when depressing brake pedal lightly. These symptoms are not malfunctions.

SYSTEM DIAGRAM


SYSTEM DIAGRAM

INPUT SIGNAL AND OUTPUT SIGNAL


INPUT SIGNAL AND OUTPUT SIGNAL

Major signal transmission between each unit via communication lines is shown in the following table.

EBD function : System Description


EBD function : System Description

By preventing rear wheel slip increase through rear wheel brake force (brake fluid pressure) control that is electronically controlled when slight skip on front and rear wheels are detected during braking, stability during braking is improved.

EBD function is expanded and developed from conventional ABS function and corrects rear wheel brake force to appropriate level by electronic control according to load weight (number of passengers).

 During braking, control unit portion compares slight slip on front


During braking, control unit portion compares slight slip on front and rear wheels by wheel speed sensor signal, transmits drive signal to actuator portion when rear wheel slip exceeds front wheel slip for the specified value or more, and controls rear wheel brake force (brake fluid pressure) so that increase of rear wheel slip is prevented and slips on front wheel and rear wheel are nearly equalized. ABS control is applied when slip on each wheel increases and wheel speed is the threshold value of ABS control or less.

CONSULT-III can be used to diagnose the system diagnosis.

Fail-safe function is adopted. When a malfunction occurs in EBD function, the control is suspended for ABS function and EBD function.

The vehicle status becomes the same as models without ABS function and EBD function. Refer to BRC-19, "Fail-safe".

SYSTEM DIAGRAM


SYSTEM DIAGRAM

INPUT SIGNAL AND OUTPUT SIGNAL


INPUT SIGNAL AND OUTPUT SIGNAL

Major signal transmission between each unit via communication lines is shown in the following table.

Diagnosis system [ABS actuator and electric unit (control


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