Kia Sedona: Troubleshooting - Power Sliding Door System - Body Electrical System - Kia Sedona YP Service ManualKia Sedona: Troubleshooting

Third generation YP (2014-2020) / Kia Sedona YP Service Manual / Body Electrical System / Power Sliding Door System / Troubleshooting

Failure Check-up Elements
The following is to be checked before inspecting the Power Sliding Door system parts.
1.
Manual operation
Check if the sliding door operates manually. Shift to ''OFF'' from the Overhead console switch. Check if the door is installed properly by moving it manually, and check the latch load. Check for any interfering objects with other parts including latch striker, trim and weather seal.
2.
Vehicle battery voltage
Check if the battery is fully charged. Power Sliding Door is an electric component and requires minimal battery voltage for operation. Check for battery voltage of PSDM, and if the voltage is beyond the required minimal range, control the operation.
3.
Fuse
Three fuses detect and protect of power supply of PSDM. Two of them controls motive power while the other controls program. Check if these fuses are connected properly.
When one or two motive power fuse are damaged, the vehicle status will become ‘Sleep’, & ‘Wake-up’, and there will be ‘B24AE’ which means fuse damage of the power sliding door module, and the operation will be halted.
4.
Repetition
Check if the owner of the car has operated the Power Sliding Door repeatedly while the vehicle’s ignition is turned off. If the battery is discharged, PSDM’s power operation will be controlled.
5.
Operation on a steep ramp
Check if the Power Sliding Door was frequently operated while the vehicle was parked on a steep ramp of over 17 degrees. Operating the power sliding door on a steep ramp may result in malfunctions due to gravity or damage the condition of the car (tilted or curved).
6.
Detection of obstacles
Obstacle detection cannot be adjusted. Elements that affect obstacle detection include tilting, battery voltage, and dust jammed in sliding door track.
7.
Outer handle response time
When the car is parked and the ignition is turned off, there might be delay after outer handle is pulled before the power operation. This is due to a required period as PSDM is prepared before the power open operation, checking for normal operation which is not a problem.
8.
Difference between right and left door operation
The operation of sliding doors may differ. Time for opening and closing, and obstacle detection can differ between right and left doors.
9.
Failure analysis equipment
Connect the analysis device to OBD terminal and inspect the power sliding door.
(Power sliding door can use B-CAN, but BCM acts as a gateway, and can communicate through C-CAN.)
Failure Analysis for Each Condition
Symptom
Expected factor
Corrective measure
When power sliding door is suddenly opened due to malfunction.
When the door is operated by accident or fault is generated in open/close switch.
Check if there''s no damage or disconnect in switch
Latch assembly fault generated
Check for wiring connection
Check for switch status through analyzing device with service data
Power sliding door module or body control module faults generated
Reset the power sliding door function by detaching and reinstalling battery or fuse. Check for the wire connection, and inspect in accordance with the DTC procedure.
When the power sliding door does not open or close automatically
The vehicle is not in "P" or in a wrong switch condition.
Check for switch status with analyzing device
When the battery voltage is too low for power sliding door module.
Higher than 10.5V and 7.5V are required to start and keep the operation , respectively
Check for the power sliding door module battery, and charge the battery
Fuse faultion (one or two fuses)
Check for the fuse faultion
Body control module or power sliding door module''s faults are generated
Check for DTC code
Latch assembly fault
Check for wiring connection and fuse
Check for outer elements that interfere latch assembly operation
Motor assembly fault
Test for motor assembly operation
Bent or attached components
Replace the faulted parts
Malfunction of anti-pinch strip (especially when the door does not close
Check of anti-pinch strip and wiring
Defect of wiring
Check for fault, referring the whole circuit
When power is disappeared during the sliding door operation
Defect of wiring
Check for fault in the entire circuit
When the battery voltage is too low for Power Sliding Door module
Higher than 10.5V and 7.5V are required to start and keep the operation , respectively
Check for the power sliding door module battery, and charge the battery
When there''s malfunction in body control module or power sliding module
Check for DTC code
Motor assembly fault
Test for motor assembly operation
When the sliding door is not closed to 1 stage closed latch position
Door alignment fault
Reaction force is normal when the maximum voltage is less than 30A at GDS
Check for latch and striker alignment
Defect of alignment of the stopper
Check for roller and track alignment
Bent or attached components
Check for Installed area and replace a required part
When there''s malfunction in body control module or power sliding module
Check for DTC code
When repelling the power of sliding door seal is too strong
When the maximum voltage is beyond 30A at GDS
Check for any effect from door seal fault, problem in assembly, or foreign object from outside
Motor assembly fault
Test for motor assembly operation
When closing latch is not unfastened at stage 1 lock position
The vehicle is not in "P" or in a wrong switch condition.
Check for switch status with analyzing device
When the battery voltage is too low of Power Sliding Door module
Higher than 10.5V and 7.5V are required to start and keep the operation , respectively
Check for the power sliding door module battery, and charge the battery
Fuse fault
Check for the fuse fault
Assembly fault at closing latch
Check switch with analyzing device
Check if there''s any cause that interferes with latch assembly function or any damaged parts
Resolve the problem using service data, and replace the latch assembly if needed
Defect of inside and outside handle switch joint
Check for the handle connection of a remote controller
When there''s malfunction in body control module or power sliding module
Check for DTC code
Bent or attached components
Check for Installed area and replace a required part
Check GDS if the CAN signal is normal
Check for sensor output
Closing latch is not unfastened at stage 1 locked position while the door is operated normally in manual mode
Unlatch actuator
Check and re-adjust unlatch actuator
Replace if needed
When Power Sliding Door is not operated through wireless transmitter or Overhead console switch
Defect of fuse (disconnection)
Check the fuse and replace
When the battery voltage is too low for Power Sliding Door module
Higher than 10.5V and 7.5V are required to start and keep the operation , respectively
Check for the power sliding door module battery, and charge the battery
Defect of wiring
Check for fault, referring the whole circuit
Malfunction of power unlatch
Defect on latch assembly
Check for outer elements that interferes latch assembly operation
Check for service data
Check for detent and primary switch
Resolve the problem by referring analyzing procedure
Defect of actuator that unlocks locked latch
Check the actuator and replace
Defect of wiring
Check for fault, referring the whole circuit
Default of body control module(BCM)
Resolve the problem by referring analyzing procedure
Replace BCM if needed
Defect of the wireless transmitter
Program modification of the wireless transmitter program
Replace the wireless transmitter if needed
Defect of the Power Sliding Door control module
Check for DTC code
Resolve the problem by referring analyzing procedure
Defect of the Power Sliding Door motor assembly
Check for outer elements that interferes motor assembly operation
Check for wiring connection
Replace drive unit
Resolve the problem by referring analyzing procedure, and replace a motor if needed
When sliding door cannot maintain the open position
Defect on hold open latch
Check if the sliding door is operated in power open while in the hold open latch mode
Check if the hold open latch is in operation
When excessive force is required using in/outside handle
Tangled cables
Check if it operates manually
Check that there is no damage
When driving part is tightly closed and cannot be separated
Resolve the problem by referring analyzing procedure, and replace the unit assembly if needed
Bent or attached components
Check for Installed area and replace a required part
When the sliding door keeps closing automatically
Defect on locking latch assembly
Check for detent and primary switch and wiring connection
Check for any alien object that interferes operation
Resolve the problem by referring analyzing procedure
Defect on Power Sliding Door module
Check for DTC code
Defect on wiring (system or vehicle related)
Resolve the problem by referring the whole circuit
When sliding door keeps opening automatically
Defect on Power Sliding Door module
Resolve the problem by checking DTC code and referring the analyzing procedure
Defect on wiring (system or vehicle related)
Resolve the problem by referring the whole circuit
Defect on Power Sliding Door assembly (Hall censor)
Defect on sensor output and DTC
Operation of the sliding door is too slow
When the battery voltage is too low for Power Sliding Door module
Higher than 10.5V and 7.5V are required to start and keep the operation , respectively
Check for the power sliding door module battery, and charge the battery
Tangled cables
Unit replacement if needed
Bent or attached components
Check the installed area and replace parts as needed
When operating the sliding door on a steep slope
Operate the sliding door manually
Defect on the sliding door motor
Replace the motor assembly if needed
Noise, friction and vibration sound
Existence of alien object inside of the sliding door
Eliminate the object
When parts are worn out or loose
Check the loose parts and tightly fasten or replace

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