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Kia Sportage: Power Window Control | Key Interlock Solenoid Control

Kia Sportage Third generation (SL) - (2011-2016) - Service and Repair Manual / Body Electrical System / BCM (Body Control Module) / Power Window Control | Key Interlock Solenoid Control

Power Window Timer Control

Power Window Timer Control

1. After IGN1 is On. Power Window can operate and after IGN1 Off it is possible to operate the Power window, for "PwdwTime"(30 sec +-3 sec).

2. During counting the PwdwTime"(30 sec +-3 sec), if Driver or Assistant side Door is open, the working the Power Window is stopped.

T1 : Pwdw tune (30 sec +- 3 sec)

T1 : Pwdw tune (30 sec +- 3 sec)

Defogger Control

Defogger Control

Defogger Control

1. Defogger switch is self Return type. Therefore, when the switch is pressed, Defogger output is On and user press the Switch again, the Defogger output is Off.

2. There is no occurrence of an accident at low voltage, meaning that the Defoggers are not to be operated immediately of low voltage detection.

3. It is protected the battery from discharge.

4. State Description.

Т1 : Defogger time (20 min +- 1 min)

Т1 : Defogger time (20 min +- 1 min)

Key Interlock Solenoid Control

Key Interlock Solenoid Control

Key Interlock Solenoid Control

Key Interlock Solenoid Control

1. General Description

  1. Key Interlock Function is to check the Key Interlock Switch Input and Ignition Terminal position, and turn On or Off the key interlock solenoid.
  2. Key Solenoid is Pull Type.
  3. When IGN1 is On or ACC is On, if Key Interlock Switch is On, key interlock solenoid is Off
  4. When IGN1 is On or ACC is On, if Key Interlock Switch is Off, key interlock solenoid is On
  5. During IGN1 is Off and ACC is Off, key interlock solenoid is Off
  6. The internal value "b_KeyInterlockSW100" is the signal that means Key Interlock Switch value with 100 msec confirm time. So it is different from filtering time.

T : 100 msec

T : 100 msec

2. Go to Key Interlock OFF Condition

3. Go to Key Interlock ON Condition

3. Go to Key Interlock ON Condition

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