Eos (1F7) V6-3.2L (BUB) (2008)
Power Distribution Module: Description and Operation
Vehicle Electrical System Control Module, Through 05.09
In vehicles to 05/09, the relay carrier on the vehicle electrical system control module and the Vehicle Electrical System Control Module (J519) are a
single component and can only be removed together. Removing and installing the vehicle electrical system control module, through 05.09, refer to =>
[ Vehicle Electrical System Control Module, Through 05.09 ] See: Service and Repair/Vehicle Electrical System Control Module, Through 05.09.
Refer to the Owner's Manual.
Vehicle electrical system control module has the following tasks in the vehicle:
‹› Electric load management
‹› Exterior light control
‹› Turn signal control
‹› Heated rear window
‹› Interior light control
‹› Ambient lighting
‹› Terminal control
‹› Dimming, instrument illumination
‹› Fuel Pump (FP) supply
‹› Pre-energizing of generator
The following functions can be adapted:
‹› Erase learned values and set standard adaptation values
‹› Adjust Coming Home time (equipment dependent)
‹› Adjust Leaving Home time (equipment dependent)
‹› Set rear window heater on time
‹› Switch the footwell light on and off
‹› Switch highway signaling on and off
‹› Set load management
‹› Set headlamp cleaning system on time, refer to => [ Headlamp Washer System, Adapting, Through 05.09 ] See: Relays and Modules/Relays and
Modules - Wiper and Washer Systems/Lamp Cleaning Module/Testing and Inspection
‹› It depends on the vehicle equipment whether the adaptations listed above can be performed.
DTC Recognition and Display:
Vehicle Electrical System Control Module (J519) is equipped with On Board Diagnostics (OBD) which assists troubleshooting.
When performing fault-finding, use Diagnostic Operation System (VAS 5051A) or Vehicle Diagnosis and Service System (VAS 5052) in the
operating mode "Guided Fault Finding".