PN-2617D,I PP-2617T - 1 - Published by Service Dept. Printed in Japan Clarion Co., Ltd. 50 Kamitoda, Toda-shi, Saitama 335-8511 Japan Service Dept.: 5-66 Azuma , Kitamoto-shi, Saitama 364-0007 Japan Tel: +81-48-541-2335 / 2432 FAX: +81-48-541-2703 298-6123-00 Oct.2003 Service Manual Model NISSAN Automobile Genuine AM/FM Radio Cassette With In-dash 6CD Changer PP-2617T (Genuine No. 28188 EQ200) (ID No. CH350) PN-2617D (Genuine No. 28188 9Y900) (ID No. CH360) PN-2617I (Genuine No. 28188 9J400) (ID No. CR04A) SPECIFICATIONS Radio section Tuning system: PLL frequency synthesizer Receive range: FM 87.5MHz to 107.9MHz AM 531kHz to 1,602kHz(EXP) 530kHz to 1,620kHz (S.AMERICA) Intermediate frequency: FM 10.7MHz AM 1st 10.71MHz 2nd 450kHz Quieting sensitivity: FM Less than 10dBu (at 30dB S/N) AM Less than 32dBu (at 20dB S/N) Separation: FM 22dB +5/-7dB (1kHz) S/N ratio: FM More than 52dB AM More than 44dB Auto tuning stop sensitivity: FM 25dBu +6/-6dBu AM 32dBu +6/-6dBu CD player section Frequency response: 17Hz to 20kHz S/N ratio: More than 80dB Separation: More than 50dB (20kHz L.P.F.) Distortion: Less than 0.2% (20kHz L.P.F.) Model Model Cassette player section Reproducting system: 4 track 2 program 2 channel stereo system Tape speed: 4.76cm/sec Wow and flutter: Less than 0.15% (W.R.M.S) Separation: More than 35dB Cross talk: More than 45dB S/N ratio: Normal tape (120us) More than 45dB (DOLBY B NR off) More than 55dB (DOLBY B NR on) Metal tape (70us) More than 47dB (DOLBY B NR off) More than 57dB (DOLBY B NR on) FF/REW time: Less than 110sec. (C-60) AUX section TEL output level: 260mV +3/-3dB (NAVI 1kHz 100mV INPUT) General Load impedance: 4ohm x 4 Power output: 40W x 4 Power supply voltage: DC13.2V (10.8V to 16.0V) Negative ground Current consumption: Less than 0.2mA (at back up) Dimensions(mm): 198(W) x 114(H) x 185(D) Weight: Approx. 3.5kg
NISSAN Automobile GenuineAM/FM Radio CassetteWith In-dash 6CD Changer
PP-2617T(Genuine No. 28188 EQ200)(ID No. CH350)
PN-2617D(Genuine No. 28188 9Y900)(ID No. CH360)
PN-2617I(Genuine No. 28188 9J400)(ID No. CR04A)
SPECIFICATIONSRadio sectionTuning system: PLL frequency synthesizerReceive range: FM 87.5MHz to 107.9MHz
AM 531kHz to 1,602kHz(EXP)530kHz to 1,620kHz(S.AMERICA)
Intermediate frequency:FM 10.7MHzAM 1st 10.71MHz
2nd 450kHzQuieting sensitivity: FM Less than 10dBu
(at 30dB S/N)AM Less than 32dBu
(at 20dB S/N)Separation: FM 22dB +5/-7dB (1kHz)S/N ratio: FM More than 52dB
AM More than 44dBAuto tuning stop sensitivity:
FM 25dBu +6/-6dBuAM 32dBu +6/-6dBu
CD player sectionFrequency response: 17Hz to 20kHzS/N ratio: More than 80dBSeparation: More than 50dB (20kHz L.P.F.)Distortion: Less than 0.2% (20kHz L.P.F.)
Cassette player sectionReproducting system: 4 track 2 program
2 channel stereo systemTape speed: 4.76cm/secWow and flutter: Less than 0.15% (W.R.M.S)Separation: More than 35dBCross talk: More than 45dBS/N ratio: Normal tape (120us)
More than 45dB (DOLBY B NR off)More than 55dB (DOLBY B NR on)Metal tape (70us)More than 47dB (DOLBY B NR off)More than 57dB (DOLBY B NR on)
FF/REW time: Less than 110sec. (C-60)
AUX sectionTEL output level: 260mV +3/-3dB
(NAVI 1kHz 100mV INPUT)
GeneralLoad impedance: 4ohm x 4Power output: 40W x 4Power supply voltage: DC13.2V (10.8V to 16.0V)
Negative groundCurrent consumption: Less than 0.2mA (at back up)Dimensions(mm): 198(W) x 114(H) x 185(D)Weight: Approx. 3.5kg
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To engineers in charge of repair orinspection of our products.
Before repair or inspection, make sure to followthe instructions so that customers and Engineersin charge of repair or inspection can avoid suf-fering any risk or injury.1. Use specified parts.
The system uses parts with special safety features againstfire and voltage. Use only parts with equivalent charac-teristics when replacing them.The use of unspecified parts shall be regarded as re-modeling for which we shall not be liable. The onus ofproduct liability (PL) shall not be our responsibility in caseswhere an accident or failure is as a result of unspecifiedparts being used.
2. Place the parts and wiring back in their original positionsafter replacement or re-wiring.For proper circuit construction, use of insulation tubes,bonding, gaps to PWB, etc, is involved. The wiring con-nection and routing to the PWB are specially plannedusing clamps to keep away from heated and high voltageparts. Ensure that they are placed back in their originalpositions after repair or inspection.If extended damage is caused due to negligence duringrepair, the legal responsibility shall be with the repairingcompany.
3. Check for safety after repair.Check that the screws, parts and wires are put back se-curely in their original position after repair. Ensure forsafety reasons there is no possibility of secondaryploblems around the repaired spots.If extended damage is caused due to negligence of re-pair, the legal responsibility shall be with the repairingcompany.
4. Caution in removal and making wiring connection to theparts for the automobile.Disconnect the battery terminal after turning the ignitionkey off. If wrong wiring connections are made with thebattery connected, a short circuit and/or fire may occur.If extensive damage is caused due to negligence of re-pair, the legal responsibility shall be with the repairingcompany.
5. Cautions regarding chips.Do not reuse removed chips even when no abnormalityis observed in their appearance. Always replace themwith new ones. (The chip parts include resistors, capaci-tors, diodes, transistors, etc). The negative pole of tanta-lum capacitors is highly susceptible to heat, so use spe-cial care when replacing them and check the operationafterwards.
6. Cautions in handling flexible PWBBefore working with a soldering iron, make sure that theiron tip temperature is around 270 . Take care not toapply the iron tip repeatedly(more than three times)to thesame patterns. Also take care not to apply the tip withforce.
7. Turn the unit OFF during disassembly and parts replace-ment. Recheck all work before you apply power to theunit.
8. Cautions in checking that the optical pickup lights up.The laser is focused on the disc reflection surface throughthe lens of the optical pickup. When checking that thelaser optical diode lights up, keep your eyes more than30cms away from the lens. Prolonged viewing of the la-ser within 30cms may damage your eyesight.
9. Cautions in handling the optical pickupThe laser diode of the optical pickup can be damaged byelectrostatic charge caused by your clothes and body.Make sure to avoid electrostatic charges on your clothesor body, or discharge static electricity before handling theoptical pickup.
9-1. Laser diodeThe laser diode terminals are shorted for transpor-tation in order to prevent electrostatic damage.After replacement, open the shorted circuit. Whenremoving the pickup from the mechanism, shortthe terminals by soldering them to prevent thisdamage.
9-2. ActuatorThe actuator has a powerful magnetic circuit. If amagnetic material is put close to it. Its characteris-tics will change. Ensure that no foreign substancesenter through the ventilation slots in the cover.
9-3. Cleaning the lensDust on the optical lens affects performance. Toclean the lens, apply a small amount of isopropylalcohol to lens paper and wipe the lens gently.
NOTE* How to setting the AM reception area. (9 kHz/10 kHz)
While pressing the M3,M4 and TUNE DOWN button,pushthe POWER knob to change the AM receiving step from10 kHz step to 9 kHz step.
* Dolby noise reduction manufactured under license fromDolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation."DOLBY" and the double-D symbol are trademarks ofDolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation.
* We cannot supply PWB with component parts in prin-ciple. When a circuit on PWB has failure, please repairit by component parts base. Parts which are not men-tioned in service manual are not supplied.
* Specifications and design are subject to change withoutnotice for further improvement.
* In case that the main unit or the CD changer mechanismis transported for repair, the lock pin(966-0653-00) mustbe set to fix the mechanism assy.
1. Main unit ----------- 12. Lock pin 966-0653-00 1
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EXPLANATION OF IC052-3185-12 M306240MCA-7W6GP System Controller
1.Terminal Descriptionpin 1: LCD DRV CLK : O : The clock pulse output to the LCD driver.pin 2: LCD DRV DO : O : The serial data output to the LCD driver.pin 3: LCD DRV DI : IN : The serial data input from the LCD driver.pin 4: ILL PULSE : IN : Illumination control signal input.pin 5: TIME BASE : IN : Time base pulse for clock counter input.pin 6: BYTE : IN : The data length selection(8bit/16bit)(L:16).pin 7: CN VSS : IN : Connect to VSS.pin 8: TEST : IN : For the test mode ON/OFF(L:ON).pin 9: ILL ON : IN : Illumination ON signal input.pin 10: RESET : IN : Reset signal input.pin 11: X OUT : O : Crystal connection.pin 12: VSS : - : Ground.pin 13: X IN : IN : Crystal connection.pin 14: VDD : - : Positive supply voltage.pin 15: NMI : IN : Connect to VDD.pin 16: BU DET : IN : Backup ON detection signal input.(H:ON)pin 17: ACC IN : IN : ACC ON flag input.pin 18: TEL : IN : Telephone Voice interruption input.pin 19: NU : - : Not in use.pin 20: AMP ON : O : A u d i o p o w e r a m p l i f i e r O N s i g n a l
output.(H:ON)pin 21: SYS ON : O : System ON signal output.pin 22: DIMMER : O : PWM output for Adjustment of brightness.pin 23: REAR MUTE : O : The audio mute signal output for the rear
channels.pin 24: BEEP : O : Beep output(4kHz).pin 25: FRONT MUTE : O : The audio mute signal output for the front
channels.pin 26: NU : - : Not in use.pin 27: IMMOBI RX : IN : The serial data input for IMMOBI.pin 28: IMMOBI TX : O : The serial data output for IMMOBI.pin 29: NDS/FLASH TX : O : NDS serial data output for Exterior A/C.pin 30: NDS/FLASH RX : IN : NDS serial data input for Exterior A/C.pin 31: FLASH CLK : O : The clock pulse output for the flash mem-
ory.pin 32: NAVI ON : IN : NAVI interruption signal input.pin 33: 6-CD TX : O : NDS Communication TX output for Built-in
6CD-Changer.pin 34: 6-CD RX : IN : NDS Communication RX input for Built-in
6CD-Changer.pin 35: 6-CD REQ : IN : NDS Communication REQ input for Built-
in 6CD-Changer.pin 36: BOSE VNC ON : O : VNC Functional change signal output.pin 37: NDS REQ : IN : The request input from NDS Communica-
tion.pin 38: NU : - : Not in use.pin 39: FLASH EPM : O : FLASH Rewriting.pin 40: VOL/E2RP DO : O : The serial data output to the E-volume IC
and the E2RP-ROM.pin 41: VOL/E2RP CL : O : The clock pulse output to the E-volume IC
and the E2RP-ROM.pin 42: VOL CE : O : The chip enable signal output to the E-
volume IC.pin 43: E2RP CE : O : The chip enable signal output to the EEP-
ROM.pin 44: FLASH CE : IN : The chip enable signal input for the flash
memory.pin 45: EEP ROM DI : IN : The serial data input from the E2RP-ROM.pin 46: INI : IN : Initial Key.pin 47: BOSE VNC SEL: O : VNC Functional input. (H:ON).pin 48: TONE SEL : IN : Tone Functional input.pin 49: REMO SEL : IN : REMO Functional input.pin 50: TAPE SEL : IN : TAPE Functional input.pin 51: SCV SEL : IN : SCV Functional input. (H:ON).pin 52: ILLCON SEL : IN : Illumination control selection.(L:without)pin 53: CLOCK SEL : IN : The clock selection command.pin 54: VOL 1 : IN : Volume control pulse input.pin 55: VOL 2 : IN : Volume control pulse input.pin 56: NOISE OFF : O : Noise cut flag output.pin 57: IF MUTE : O : IF muting output.
pin 58: SD S UP : O : Station detect speed control. (H:Speed up)pin 59: NAVI MUTE : O : Navigation sound mute at the navigation
voice interruption OFFpin 60: VDD : - : Positive supply voltage.pin 61: ANT ON : O : Antenna ON command output.pin 62: VSS : - : Ground.pin 63: PLL CE : O : The chip enable signal output to the PLL
IC.pin 64: PLL CLK : O : The clock pulse output to the PLL IC.pin 65: PLL DO : O : Serial data output to the PLL IC.pin 66: PLL DI : IN : Serial data input from the PLL IC.pin 67: SD : IN : Station dedect.pin 68: ACC OFF MUTE: O : Outputting "H" when ACC is OFF.pin 69: MECH MUTE : O : Muting signal output(H:Tape mechanism
mute ON)pin 70: RDS DATA : IN : RDS serial data input.pin 71: RDS CLK : IN : RDS clock pulse input.pin 72: SPEED PULSE : IN : Pulse input for speed detection.(L:SVC
without)pin 73: TAPE IN : IN : Lording start detection signal input.pin 74: MODE BIT 1 : IN : The tape mechanism mode bit input.Table
1pin 75: MODE BIT 2 : IN : The tape mechanism mode bit input.Table
1pin 76: MODE BIT 3 : IN : The tape mechanism mode bit input.Table
1pin 77: R PULSE : IN : Reel rotation pulse input from the tape
mechanism.pin 78: APC SENSE : O : APC gain swtching signal output.pin 79: APC DET I : IN : APC detected signal input.(H:between mu-
sic)pin 80: PWR MTR 1 : O : Power motor control signal output.pin 81: PWR MTR 2 : O : Power motor control signal output.pin 82: MAIN MTR : O : Main motor control signal output.pin 83: DOLBY : O : Dolby ON/OFF signal output.(H:ON)pin 84: FWD/REV : O : Forward/Reverse selection.(H:FWD)pin 85: SD CONT : O : SD control signal output.pin 86: CD CONNECT : IN : CD connection check signal input.pin 87: 6CD LOAD : IN : 6CD Disc store input.pin 88: TAPE EJE : IN : Eject switch signal input for Tape.pin 89: 1CD/6CD EJE : IN : Eject switch signal input for 1CD/6CD.pin 90: NOISE : IN : The noise level for RDS.pin 91: ILL DC : IN : The illumination voltage input.pin 92: REM A : IN : The handle remote control signal input.pin 93: REM B : IN : The handle remote control signal input.pin 94: AVSS : - : Analog ground.pin 95: S METER : IN : The input terminal of the radio f ield
strength detection.pin 96: VREF : IN : A/D standard voltage input.pin 97: AVCC : - : Positive supply voltage for the internal an-
alog section.pin 98: POWER SW : IN : Power switch ON/OFF signal input.pin 99: BOSE AMP ON : O : BOSE amplifier ON signal output.pin100: LCD DRV CE : O : The chip enable signal output to the LCD