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Toyota Avensis T27 used manual brake, manual brake c1203

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  • #1
    luki299
    Level 10  
    Hello, I have a car avensis t27 2010 r 1.6 B, I have risked the handbrake and I bought the part I used for the same part number.
    After mounting the calibration crashes error c1203 Inconsistent information about the vehicle, the brake works correctly displays the yellow control, my question is whether it is not possible to assemble the reused module ?? and is it possible to erase the memory of the manual brake module eprom ???
  • #2
    szawar
    Level 13  
    To make sure that you have chosen it properly, you should still look at the brake controller data list. At PW I am sending details.
  • #3
    sylviestro
    Level 1  
    For me it is the same I was on the site but they could not delete it. Exchange for a new 4,000 so I thanked
  • #4
    kristoferson22
    Level 10  
    When replacing the brake, the memory must be replaced with a new one - clean, old, even after erasing it returns at the first attempt to calibrate, a visitor around Warsaw sells the whole brake sets with pure memory and after all the blades are mounted and calibrated. I do not have any bearings because only the brake was assembled and the customer arranged for himself some parts but you can look for the net who in Warsaw trades such brakes.
  • #5
    _cober_
    Level 1  
    Witman
    I need advice for t27 2010 2.0 petrol prestige combo version
    Today, after firing the car and passing 200m I got the message "parking brake inoperable", I switched off the car and disappeared. after 7 km again the same but it has not gone out after switching off. The elefunction is behaving differently, I can not control the brake with the button while the car does it automatically after being extinguished and incurs the manual one. after firing and adding gas, but the Pi indicator lights do not go out - they flash together with the message "parking brake does not work" I connected my diagnostic tester with zero errors.
    What can I do about my service?
    please help
  • #6
    predki
    Level 12  
    szawar wrote:
    To make sure that you have chosen it properly, you should still look at the brake controller data list. At PW I am sending details.

    Hello, I have a question I bought the same model everything fits but the error all the time is what you need to do?
  • #7
    luki299
    Level 10  
    All failures of the parking brake involve the replacement of the t controller from the entire brake module, which can be checked before the brake caliper is not obstructed, it is in the pulled position and the cable is loose, or pull the plug from the module and see if it is not green but in this cradle will surely replace the entire brake mechanism. A year ago, changing the subject did not know it although I work in aso reasons (always new modules I was assembling) as someone has information on my countryman, I want to send you a good cheer
  • #8
    Bober0707
    Level 11  
    Hello all,
    I have the same error after inserting the used brake. Unfortunately, the memory can not be rippled from the original (flooded with water).
    Jun has anyone can batch into this memory?
    What parameters of the car do you need to look at when buying a used module?
    Is the type of fuel important or just an automatic / manual; Englishman / europe?

    Please reply.
  • #9
    lysiczka
    Level 11  
    Hello, I have the same problem, control and message: parking brake inoperable. Has anyone coped with you without the dimensions of the module? Wawa, can anyone help?
  • #10
    luki299
    Level 10  
    Hi, shed memory of the ferry from the old module or you are forced to buy a new unproved module and do the calibration.
  • #11
    lysiczka
    Level 11  
    I am asking for help already 6 electrician is not able to cope with the repair of the module .. I visited both Aso in Wawa and the surrounding area from the "order" .. I have been rocking with it for 2 months ...
  • #12
    FordFocusC-MAX
    Level 2  
    Hello
    How did you deal with the problem mentioned above and what are the approximate costs?
    The patient is Toyota Avensis T27 from 2010
    After starting the engine, the message "parking brake inoperable" appeared, the handbrake on indicator was lit (red) + orange indicator, exclamation mark and lining indicator. Although the lights were on, manual was not on. After switching off the engine, you can hear the manual switching on and holding. After starting the engine, the manual still holds but the release button does not work. I put the gear in, release the clutch gently and releases manually, but the lights stay on. The car brakes normally, the hand engine turns off

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  • #13
    Arkadiooo1986
    Level 2  
    Hello, I have the same problem, I was at a good mechanic (and not enough), the case looks like the module is in a place where water, moisture and the trail gets it after many years, replacement for a new one as a friend wrote 4000 when it comes to o it is used for European cars it is not allowed to install a module from English, because the error will not disappear, I am thinking about repairing the old module, maybe some electronics would fix it? I know that on another forum I met with the topic of opening modules for repair, but nothing specific has been written, if someone has a solution to the problem, please message digital1000(malpa)wp.pl
  • #14
    lysiczka
    Level 11  
    Arkadiooo1986 wrote:
    Hello, I have the same problem, I was at a good mechanic (and not enough), the case looks like the module is in a place where water, moisture and the trail gets it after many years, replacement for a new one as a friend wrote 4000 when it comes to o it is used for European cars it is not allowed to install a module from English, because the error will not disappear, I am thinking about repairing the old module, maybe some electronics would fix it? I know that on another forum I met the topic of opening modules for repair, but nothing specific has been written, if someone has a solution to the problem, please message digital1000(malpa)wp.pl

    I write here so that everyone has access to it:
    I found a solution, repairing the module is buying a stimulant, with the same name, exactly the same, I fought for 8 months, I could not see that it was tarnished or moisture got in, but the only specialist from the area around Wawa was deceiving me 8 months ( I came to him straight from the order) .. but it's a long story .. the next plants including Aso are parters or matchstick ..
    What I have learned and can help others:
    As advised above:
    - eprom memory conversion
    module no matter whether from diesel or gasoline (important compatibility with your model - part number) - there were those who told me to look only for gasoline, which is stupid and borders on a miracle
    -other repair is not an option, you have to remove the modules very carefully, I also damaged the beam during soldering and after soldering the computer could not see the module
    Modules have a few people from around Wawa, from Wyszków and around Legionowo - I found on olx, after removing my, I took a photo of the plate with the code and name and I was looking for it.
    A guest from Otwock did me to me, but I waited for 8 months. There is a guest from Radzyń, here I got the bearing. He did such things, but he told me to look for a gasoline module (I have a gasoline engine), and it turned out to be irrelevant, and there are practically no modules for gasoline.
    Mechanics / electronics - it is still around al. Krakowska / Wawa. Real magicians, they would also do, love challenges, but then (my one done in February) have not met with such a thing yet. They repair everything that is electronic in cars, etc.
  • #15
    Arkadiooo1986
    Level 2  
    Thank you for the valuable information, I additionally found an offer for PLN 500 on the Allegro, module repair, with a one-year warranty, I think it's worth it, and if they know what they are doing and give a guarantee then you can try
  • #16
    lysiczka
    Level 11  
    Arkadiooo1986 wrote:
    Thank you for the valuable information, I additionally found an offer for PLN 500 on the Allegro, module repair, with a one-year warranty, I think it's worth it, and if they know what they are doing and give a guarantee then you can try

    Ask exactly, I also called this type of advertisers, but they only soldered eprom, did not take off and did not put on ... if they screw something up and damage your eprom, it is swept up ... you will need to buy for 4 thousand new and upload everything :)
    I was just afraid of it ... I was not able to remove it myself, and already on the first removal the bumpers (though this is a guest also working on the T. site) damaged my wiring and stopped switching on when the engine was off (in the early stages I didn't work on button)
  • #17
    manta
    VIP Meritorious for electroda.pl
    I mentioned several such modules, all of them could be added without a problem. One of them was from English. Emergency release cable is a weak place, moisture gets through it and wreaks havoc. If it is not damaged by water, we add it with a scanner to the car version. Toyota Techstream does not actually have this feature :cry: G-scan 2 does it.
  • #18
    lysiczka
    Level 11  
    manta wrote:
    I mentioned several such modules, all of them could be added without a problem. One of them was from English. Emergency release cable is a weak place, moisture gets through it and wreaks havoc. If it is not damaged by water, we add it with a scanner to the car version. Toyota Techstream does not actually have this feature :cry: G-scan 2 does it.

    It is a pity that the Lord did not write early, maybe I would not wait 8 months, although after visiting 8 different "repairers" I learned that the blonde can know more than they do :D :) ))
  • #19
    evo.zion
    Level 1  
    Hello, I have a problem with the EPB brake in the T27, as described in the forum. Nobody can program the used brake installed, not ASO, not other workshops. I don't know anyone with access to the GScan-2 and I am about to lose my review. Could someone advise? Maybe even someone from the vicinity of Szczecin recommend? It is a very urgent matter for me.

    best regards and thank you
    Bartek
  • #20
    lysiczka
    Level 11  
    I have only from the Wawa area, but you can send them to me. Write on priv, I will give you the information.
  • #21
    kamilosik16
    Level 1  
    Hello,
    As the user of "lysiczka" wrote, you have to really struggle to find someone who knows the subject and will be willing to repair. I know from my own experience that some mechanics know the case and just don't take it on. The case looks like this, a broken handbrake module is associated only with its replacement. Prices at ASO, here a curiosity, different salons, different prices. For comparison, the module itself (and you have to add the labor price) at ASO Warszawa costs even 7,000. where the same part in ASO Siedlce is about 5 thousand. PLN. Way too much anyway :D so if we want to deal with ourselves somehow, we have to replace the module with a used one, but in such a way that the memory from ours is copied to the new "used" one. This is because replacing it with a used module will fix the fault and allow you to apply the brake, but will not delete the error from the dashboard, because the on-board computer will not recognize the new part. And here it is very important when buying a used module. Often it may be that the purchased stimulant may be flooded or damaged in some way, so it is worth taking with a start-up guarantee. The text about the same serial number of the modules was scrolling up in the previous comments, so that the damaged and bought module had the same - to be honest, I do not know, because the mechanic I found himself took care of finding a good replacement stimulant (the first module he ordered turned out to be cheesy so that's why I mentioned it earlier). As for dispelling doubts for some - if we fail the brake control module, the computer detects an error in the car and the cruise control and the SHIFT signal on the clocks (arrows reminding to change gears) automatically stop working. Overall, I am very happy with the repair and with the price. I asked for permission to recommend the plant, so if someone has a similar problem with the brake, I invite you to priv and write contact - location of the workshop Stoczek Łukowski

    Regards, width and hopefully as few broken modules as possible :D
  • #22
    Emilek29
    Level 1  
    Hello. I have the same problem. I am asking for some information on PW to magicians who would understand it. I've been rocking it for over a month now and I'm fed up ??
  • #23
    lysiczka
    Level 11  
    Gentlemen, here you have a man who repaired the faulty brake for me in 3 days. http://autoalarmy-elektronika.pl/
    He doesn't advertise him, I cheered him on because I didn't trust anyone anymore.
    All the "experts" with whom I was stupidly wise again, and my brake stopped working after six months!
    The effect, despite the assurances of a specialist from Otwock - the eprom was not soldered (I think), P. Irek deceived me for 2 months, so my nightmare started again anyway .. after reading the error codes (4 different, among others, regarding brake sensors) I heard from others, a whole bunch of rubbish, with ideas to replace the timing gear for 5k, it may start to work!

    But to the point.
    The guy recommended here has his take, but didn't rest until fixed. He took the car, 3 days, a dozen phone calls to me and it turned out that the damage was mechanical - someone was rummaging around the engine, where the cables from the module to the computer are located, in short, he smashed the elements so that they barely held together .. there there are also sensors that have landed under the influence of looseness and have already shown me 2 errors on the desktop.
    I paid dearly for replacing the sensors and putting everything back together, but the guy fixed it and I got a year's warranty in writing, not a dupen like in other cases (excuse me for bluntness).
    In any case, I am writing this mourning only to warn others and prevent the crossings that I had :) )))
    I hope that I will help (ps., As of today, the car is still working since January :) ))
    Wide, gentlemen ;) )))

    Added after 8 [minutes]:

    kamilosik16 wrote:
    Hello,
    As the user of "lysiczka" wrote, you have to really struggle to find someone who knows the subject and will be willing to repair. I know from my own experience that some mechanics know the case and just don't take it on. The case looks like this, a broken handbrake module involves only its replacement. Prices at ASO, here a curiosity, different salons, different prices. For comparison, the module itself (and you have to add the labor price) at ASO Warsaw costs up to 7,000. where the same part in ASO Siedlce is about 5 thousand. PLN. Way too much anyway :D so if we want to deal with ourselves somehow, we have to replace the module with the used one, but in such a way that the memory from ours is ripped into the new "used" one. This is because replacing it with a used module will repair the fault and allow you to apply the brake, but will not delete the error from the dashboard, because the on-board computer will not recognize the new part. And here it is very important when buying a used module. Often it may be that the purchased stimulant may be flooded or damaged in some way, so it is worth taking with a start-up guarantee. The text about the same serial number of the modules was scrolling up in the comments so that the damaged and bought module would have the same - to be honest, I don't know, because the mechanic I found myself took care of finding a good replacement stimulant (the first module he ordered turned out to be cheesy so that's why I mentioned it earlier). As for the elimination of doubts for some - if we fail the brake control module,the computer detects an error in the car and the cruise control and the SHIFT signal on the clocks automatically stop working (arrows reminding you to change gears). Overall, I am very happy with the repair and with the price. I asked for permission to recommend the plant, so if someone has a similar problem with the brake, I invite you to priv and write contact - location of the workshop Stoczek Łukowski

    Regards, width and hopefully as few broken modules as possible :D


    During my adventure, it turned out that the error codes are the key, you don't always need to replace the brake. my case number 1). or, for example, a sensor (my case No. 2) .. Damage to the harnesses is usually mechanical, the harnesses are not deeply attached to the chassis, so it can be different. Replacing the module is most often the result of flooding - which does not happen often, but it is enough to stand in a deep puddle for a few days (unfortunately it also happens) .. and meatball ..
  • #24
    Manxxx
    Level 4  
    Hello, in mid-January this year, also the manual in ave broke, of course, the Christmas tree on the display and all the time while driving, the sound about the problem occurs, I mention that 2 years ago the problem with the manual was bought on the Allegro module, apparently, the processor had to be reset to easily adapt to my ave And as I wrote before, it was lucky for 2 years. I found a company in Częstochowa which, in addition to replacing the cables, also deals with electronics, I sent the gear motor, etc., and I am waiting for a positive result, I will inform you about the effects.
  • #25
    karolgt1
    Level 9  
    Hello everyone, I have a problem with the handheld on my avensis t27 from 2011. This is a slightly different error code than the one provided in the topic, however, due to the great interest in this post on the part of people with a lot of knowledge, I decided to write here. Namely, he gets the error "check parking break system", the errors in the computer are c1336 and c1346, related to the calibration of the zero point and the clutch pedal sensor. I tried the method of data cleaning and then calibrating the sensors manually using a jumper (a method often appearing on topics related to these errors) but unfortunately it did not solve the problem. Can anyone advise me on this? I would be very grateful, a long trip will be waiting for me soon and thanks to this error the cruise control has also stopped working ...

    Update. The problem was solved as presented in this comment https://www.toyotaownersclub.com/forums/topic...brake-problem/?do=findComment&comment=1422562

    In brief:
    - use the key to set the ignition switch to ignition OFF,
    - in the diagnostic connector we close contact 4 with 12 (the same as for cleaning and zero point calibration) with a jumper / wire,
    - switch the ignition switch to ignition ON and, within 5 seconds, press the handbrake button three times and pull it three times,
    - the red indicator of the handbrake should start blinking, after a while the yellow indicator of the handbrake will also start blinking and then it will go out,
    - switch the ignition switch to ignition OFF, remove the jumper / wire,
    - after setting ignition ON, the error should disappear
  • #26
    Patryk6169
    Level 2  
    I had a similar problem
    I found the guy who repaired the electronics and set up new links
    If anyone needs to, I leave a phone number for him on 601 071 566
    I recommend
  • #27
    Valdi115
    Level 1  
    Buddy Patryk 6169 you are right this phone 601071566 is from Częstochowa, the guy is really doing well these drivers mine was flooded with water now two years have passed since the repair and the brake works beautifully
  • #28
    andykar33
    Level 8  
    I had a similar problem as karolgt1. In my 2016 Avensis, errors appeared after replacing the discs and pads. After being deleted by Techstream 16 they disappeared and returned after a few months as C1336 and C1346. I deleted C1336 and C1346 remained. I did not check the procedure with Techstream deeper and made the 4-12 jumper according to the procedure recalled by karolgt1. In the link provided by karolgt1 jimmyfixit recommends one hour access to the Toyota Tech web for EUR 3. Based on this data, the described procedure calibrates the clutch travel and more. He did it on a 98 model. Haha and mine from 2016 has the same trick. Bravo Toyota for "consistency" despite the passage of time PS I will observe what's next, I will also check what Techem will show after this procedure, because I did not have time to connect.