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DAIHATSU J100     BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM GENERAL DESCRIPTION BE– 2 POWER SUPPLY BE– 6

J100

   

BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

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2

POWER SUPPLY

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6

IGNITION KEY SWITCH

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8

COMBINATION METER

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9

HEAD LAMP

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HEAD LAMP LEVELING

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FRONT FOG LAMP

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STOP LAMP

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BACK UP LAMP

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REAR FOG LAMP

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TAIL LAMP & LICENSE PLATE LAMP

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INTERIOR LAMP & LUGGAGE ROOM LAMP

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HAZARD WARNING & HORN

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HATER & VENTILATION

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POWER DOOR LOCK

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POWER WINDOW

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WIPER & WASHER

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DEFOGGER

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CIGARETTE LIGHTER

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REAR VIEW MIRROR

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ITC SYSTEM

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SRS AIR BAG SYSTEM

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IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM

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SSTs (Special service tools)

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TIGHTENING TORQUE

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JBE00001-00001

NO. 9710-JE

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GENERAL DESCRIPTION

HANDLING PRECAUTION

General instructions

1. Never pull the connectors or step on them during the wire harness transport or assembly. (Prevention of pulling-out of terminals, connector cracks, deformation and so forth.)

2. Care must be exercised to ensure that no scratch is made to the wire harness by burrs or edges during the wire har- ness transport or assembly. (Prevention of scratches to the outer trim, electrical insula- tors and so forth.)

3. Clamping method In the case of resin clamps, ensure that the clamp section is fitted in the body hole.

NOTE:

Ensure that the clamp will not be detached when it is

pulled lightly in the arrow-headed direction. (Prevention of interference due to the detachment of the clamp) In the case of metal sheet welded clamps, be sure to assemble the harness in such a way that the harness will not come in contact with the welded surface. (Prevention of wire harness damage due to welding burrs)

In case that the locating guide of the clamp position or the clamp mark is clamped, make sure that the clamp is located within the guide. As for the clamp at the clamp mark section, ensure that the clamping is made at a point within ±10 mm.

(Prevention of slackness or interference)

JBE00002-00002

Harness

Harness

Harness

JBE00003-00003

(Correct) (Wrong)

(Correct)

(Wrong)
(Wrong)

JBE00004-00004

Clamp guide

Clamp guide Clamping should be made at a point between these points.

Clamping should be made at a point between these points.

JBE00005-00005

Clamp mark

Clamp mark Clamping is made at a point within ± 10 mm (0.39 inch).

Clamping is made at a point within ± 10 mm (0.39 inch).

JBE00006-00006

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4. Terminals and connectors

Perform the connection of connectors positively.

Connector with lock;

Connector without lock; Connect the connector positively

Ensure that the locking is made.

until it stops.

Retention by screws When the tightening torque is specified, be sure to ob- serve the specification strictly. (The tightening torque is posted in the table separately.) Ensure that the staked section may not come on the as- sembling surface. After completion of the tightening operation, lightly pull out the terminal. Ensure that there is no slackness. When performing other operations, care must be exer- cised to ensure that no connected connector is detached by pulling out the wire harness forcibly.

5. Work procedure for tightening-up type resin clamps When the tightening-up type resin clamps are employed, do not use any pliers, cutting pliers or the like. <Reason> Prevention of clamps being cut or scratched

WIRE SIZE & COLOR CODE

For identification purpose, each wire has its own color. Each color bears a code as described in the right table. These codes are used in the wiring diagram and will be helpful during trouble shooting.

The wire color comes in two kinds: single color and com- posite color. In the case of single color, the whole outer coat of the harness is of a single color. In the case of composite color, a fine line of the second color is drawn on the harness basic color. In this case, the code is composed of the basic color code which comes first and the second color code which comes after a hyphen.

JBE00007-00007

Terminal is bent.

Terminal is bent. (Correct) (Wrong)
Terminal is bent. (Correct) (Wrong)
Terminal is bent. (Correct) (Wrong)

(Correct)

(Wrong)

JBE00008-00008

Resin clamp Tool   JBE00009-00009 Code Gr Br B Color Gray Brown Black Code W

Resin clamp

Tool

 

JBE00009-00009

Code

Gr

Br

B

Color

Gray

Brown

Black

Code

W

R

G

Color

White

Red

Green

Code

Y

L

O

Color

Yellow

Blue

Orange

Code

P

Lg

V

Color

Pink

Light green

Violet

 

JBE00010-00010

W

White

White

 

Black

W-B

White
White

JBE00011-00011

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WARNING:

The wire diameter and capacity of each harness have been determined to assure the normal operation of the electrical system. Hence, do not take power for accessories carelessly through the original wiring harness. Failure to observe this caution may cause system malfunction or fire.

2A 3.00 W-R
2A
3.00 W-R

Color code

Nominal section

Wire type

JBE00012-00012

JBE00013-00013

 

Section area

Diameter

Permissible

Nominal section

(mm)

(mm)

current (A)

0.5

0.56

1.0

9

0.85

0.88

1.2

12

1.25

1.28

1.5

15

2.00

2.09

1.9

20

3.00

3.29

2.4

27

OPERATION OF LOCK TYPE CONNECTOR Conventional type The lock type of the connector comes in a push release type,

a pull release type, a spring lock type, an one-way lock type and so on. After confirming the shape of the lock, unlock the lock. Disconnect the connector white holding the connector by hand. NOTE:

Never pull the harness during the disconnection. Be sure to pull out the connector straight so as not to damage the terminal.

JBE00014-00014

Pull up

so as not to damage the terminal. JBE00014-00014 Pull up Press down Pull up Release the

Press down

as not to damage the terminal. JBE00014-00014 Pull up Press down Pull up Release the lock

Pull up

Release the lock by
Release the
lock by

suitable

tool

as not to damage the terminal. JBE00014-00014 Pull up Press down Pull up Release the lock

JBE00015-00015

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Double lock type The double lock type connector has been adopted for air bag system to prevent unexpected troubles such as poor connect- ing.

NOTE:

Disconnection and connection of each connector should be kept at a minimum level. If unnecessary dis- connection or connection is repeated, it may cause un- expected troubles such as poor continuity and chatter- ing.

TERMINAL REMOVAL & INSTALLATION Removal of terminal <Housing lance type> Insert a miniature screwdriver through the opening section of the connector into between the locking lug and the terminal. While prying up the locking lug with the screwdriver, pull the terminal backward. <Metal lance type> While pushing the lance with the screwdriver, pull the terminal backward.

Installation of terminal <Housing lock type> Push the terminal into the protruding section of the connector, until the lock is engaged completely. Lightly pull the harness to assure that the locking has been made completely. <Metal lance type> Insert the terminal into the connector, until lance is locked completely. Lightly pull the harness to assure that the locking has been made completely.

INSPECTION Tester (Volt/ohmmeter) For the inspection, use a tester having an internal resistance of more than 10 kW/V. Use of a tester with a low internal resistance may cause wrong measurement or secondary troubles.

2nd lock Spring Pin 1st lock
2nd lock
Spring
Pin
1st
lock

JBE00016-00017

Housing lance type Lance Metal lance type
Housing lance type
Lance
Metal lance type

JBE00017-00018

1st lock JBE00016-00017 Housing lance type Lance Metal lance type JBE00017-00018 JBE00018-00019 V A W JBE00019-00020

JBE00018-00019

V A W
V
A
W

JBE00019-00020

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POWER SUPPLY

JUNCTION BLOCK

The junction block assembly is located underneath the steering post at the driver’s seat side.

82 Horn, Hazard (Sub) 33 Horn +B 60 Front turn lamp RH B L 61
82
Horn, Hazard (Sub)
33
Horn +B
60
Front turn lamp RH
B
L
61
Side turn lamp RH
Flasher
E
71
Head lamp Hi RH
relay
75
Head lamp Lo RH
socket
41
Clearance lamp RH
Head RH 10 A
Lighting SW (L)
29
30
Head lamp RH +B
Head LH 10 A
31
Head lamp LH +B
72
Head lamp Hi LH
Tail 10 A
Tail SW (L)
40
76
Head lamp Lo LH
42
Clearance lamp LH
Fog 10 A
67
Side turn lamp LH
66
Front turn lamp LH
Tail SW (+)
77
46
Fog lamp SW +B
34
Key SW (+)
5
Meter +B
6
Cowl IG
44
Meter illumination +B
Horn, Hazard fuse 79
54
Key SW (L)
Door lock 15 A
Tail FL (L)
32
39
Door lock relay +B
37
Stop SW +B
Stop 10 A
26
Electric mirror +B
Earth
47
28
Power supply (Option)
EFI Main relay
19
20
EPS ECU
ECU IG 10 A
68
Turn indicator LH
IG SW (IG2)
18
Air bag 10 A
62
Turn indicator RH
Sub fuse (Air bag) 22
11
Rear wiper SW +B
Power window SW +B 16
73
High beam indicator
Defogger 15 A
IG SW (IG1)
1
14
Defogger SW +B
Power 30 A
56
Courtesy SW (+)
65
Hazard SW (LH)
Wiper, Turn 20 A
59
Hazard SW (RH)
38
Room lamp +B
Gauge, Back 10 A
45
Heater illumination +B
35
Hazard SW +B
Sub fuse (Heater)
17
9
Front wiper motor
12
Hazard SW +IG
7
Back lamp SW
15
Heater motor +B
3
Ignition coil +B
Engine 10 A
e
a
2
Diagnosis check +B
c
Warning
81
Air bag ECU power supply
buzzer
51
Hazard SW (L)
f
ACC 15 A
d
b
52
Hazard SW (RLSW)
IG SW (ACC)
23
25
Cigarette lighter +B
24
Radio +B
55
Reverse SW (L)
78
Air bag ECU
10A
H/L LH
wbh
vi¶j
10A
10A
10A
FOG
SPARE
H/L RH
t
H O
X
y A
wbh
viEj
10A
15A
10A
TAIL
SPARE
STOP
e
[
X
y A
X
g b v
15A
10A
DEFOG
ECU IG
f
t H K
30A
20A
10A
POWER
WIPER/TURN
AIR BACK
p
[
C p [/ ^ [
G A [ o b N
10A
15A
GAUGE/BACK
DOORLOCK
DESIGNATED FUSES ¨¢¯› ONLY.NOTICE ‡¢B†
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h
A
b N
10A
15A
ENGINE
ACC
Protruding section
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G
W
A N Z T
Air bag ECU (Sub) 21
Back lamp SW
8
Gauge, Back (Sub) 80
Rear wiper motor
10
13
Rear turn lamp LH 69
64
Rear turn lamp RH 63
58
48
Turn SW (+IG)
Turn SW (LH)
Turn SW (RH)
Turn SW (Earth)
Tail lamp +B
43
49
Turn SW (L)
ACC
(Sub)
27
50
Turn SW (RLSW)
IG Coil +B
4
36
Courtesy SW (+)
57
53
74
70
Turn SW (Hazard)
Turn SW (RF)
Turn SW (Dimmer Lo)
Turn SW (Dimmer Hi)
21
10
27 43
118
79
47
80 63 69 457
8
17 23 1622
19
32
40
77
62 26
14 46 5628 3944
68
11
2
3
81 9 7 78
45 3512 59 65
52
76 66 67 7242 31
41 33 61 60
71 8275 30
15
29
7356
20 54
1353
5836
24
55
38 51
25
34
37
74 70
64
5049
48
At junction block side

JBE00020-00101

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RELAY BLOCK

The relay block is located near the battery in the engine compartment.

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q
Heater 20A
q
w
e
r
t
w
Back-up 10A
e
EFI
15A
r
Horn-Hazard 15A
t
Magnet clutch 10A
FUEL
y
Fuel pump relay
y
PUMP
u
Starter relay (for A/T)
i
EFI main relay
u
( S
T )
EFI
HTR
MGC
!0
o
Heater relay
!0Magnet clutch relay (for air conditioner)
!1
F/L AM
60A
A M
(ABS)
TAIL
HEAD
!2F/L ABS
50A
60A
50A
40A
30A
!3Tail lamp
40A
!4Head lamp
30A
i
o
!1
!2
!3
!4
Relay block side
F/L AM 60A
M8 Nut
1
IG SW (AM)
Starter relay
1
2
2
1
Starter (+B)
2
2
Neutral SW
2
3 IG SW (ST)
6
5
Heater relay
Heater 20A
4
3
1
4 Blower motor (+B)
1
5 Blower SW (Lo)
1 6
Fuse Gauge/Back
7
8
9
1 3
Fuse ECU IG
Magnet clutch relay
10
11
12
MGC 10A
1 2
A/C compressor
1 1
EFI ECU (MGC)
13
14
15
16
EFI main relay
EFI 15A
3
EFI ECU (+B)
4
Earth
22
23
Fuel pump relay
5
Fuel pump (+B)
6
EFI ECU (F/P)
21
F/L ABS
50A
2
ABS relay (+B)
Head lamp
30A
7
Lighting SW (+B)
Tail
40A
8
Tail SW (+B)
Horn, Hazard
15A
9
Horn, Hazard (+B)
Back up
10A
1 0
EFI ECU (BATT)
20A
HTR
10A
BACK UP
15A
EFI
15A
HORN-HAZ
10A
MGC

JBE00021-00102

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IGNITION KEY SWITCH

WIRING DIAGRAM

Ignition SW

ACC IG No. 1 IG No. 2 ST IG2 IG1 ACC AM ST Main To
ACC
IG No. 1
IG No. 2
ST
IG2
IG1
ACC
AM
ST
Main
To Starter
Battery
F/L AM 60A

Removal

1. Turn off the ignition key switch.

2. Disconnect the battery ground cable from the negative (–) terminal of the battery.

3. Remove the instrument lower panel and steering column lower cover.

4. Disconnect the connectors of the ignition switch.

5. Disconnect the immobilizer antenna terminal, if equipped.

UNIT INSPECTION

Ensure that continuity exists between the respective terminals as indicated in the continuity table.

 

AM

ACC

IG1

IG2

ST

LOCK

         

ACC

ACC      
ACC      
     
 

ON

ON    
 
ON    
ON    
 
   
   

START

START      
     
START      
 
   
   
 

JBE00022-00201

START           JBE00022-00201 JBE00023-00202 ACC IG1 IG2 ST AM Switch side

JBE00023-00202

ACC IG1 IG2 ST AM Switch side
ACC IG1 IG2 ST AM Switch side
ACC
IG1
IG2
ST
AM
Switch side

JBE00024-00203

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COMBINATION METER

CONSTRUCTION

u y t q r e q Meter assy, Combination w w Glass, Front e
u
y
t
q
r
e
q
Meter assy, Combination
w
w
Glass, Front
e
Plate, window
r
Gauge, water temperature & Fuel
t
Speedometer
y
Tachometer
u
Plate, Circuit meter

JBE00025-00301

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WIRING DIAGRAM

10 P

(At wire harness side)

13 P

Illumination B13 L C3 2 C2 D C1 N C5 P C4 R C10 C6
Illumination
B13
L
C3
2
C2
D
C1
N
C5
P
C4
R
C10
C6
Starter relay coil
Air bag
B6
Air bag ECU
warning
circuit
A12
EFI ECU
Seat belt SW
A13
B3
EFI ECU
ABS
B5
ABS ECU
Oil pressure SW
B4
Tail
Tail
40A
SW
Parking brake SW
AUS. only
B7
A10
Gauge
10A
_
+
A9
Alternator L
A14
R
A1
B12
L
J/B earth
A2
A15
Rear fog switch
A13
EC only
Reed switch
EFI ECU
B11
Fuel sender
B8
F/L 2.0
B9
B10
Temperature sender
Gauge earth
Acc
IG1
ST
F/L AM60A
Turn flasher relay
Center diff. lock

Brake fluid level SW

H26 H25 H24 H29 H27 M20 H28 Connector C
H26
H25
H24
H29
H27
M20
H28
Connector C
H52 X01 H05 WB0 T37 H61 H22 H20 Z83 X03 F19 C21 Connector B
H52
X01
H05
WB0
T37
H61
H22
H20
Z83
X03
F19
C21
Connector B

C1

WB0 T37 H61 H22 H20 Z83 X03 F19 C21 Connector B C1 C10 B1 B13 F21
WB0 T37 H61 H22 H20 Z83 X03 F19 C21 Connector B C1 C10 B1 B13 F21

C10

B1

H61 H22 H20 Z83 X03 F19 C21 Connector B C1 C10 B1 B13 F21 A1 Z08
H61 H22 H20 Z83 X03 F19 C21 Connector B C1 C10 B1 B13 F21 A1 Z08

B13

F21 A1 Z08 O20 G06 N58 H80 H77 A10 A16 Connector A 16 P
F21
A1
Z08
O20
G06
N58
H80
H77
A10
A16
Connector A
16 P

JBE00026-00302

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Removal of combination meter

1. Pull of the hazard warning switch knob.

2. Remove the instrument cluster finish panel from the instru- ment panel by removing the screws.

3. Remove the attaching screws of the combination meter assembly.

4. Disconnect the speedometer cable and wire harness cou- pler at the back side of the combination meter assembly.

5. Remove the combination meter assembly.

SPEED SENSOR

1. With a circuit tester set to the ohmmeter range, connect the circuit tester between the terminal B10 and B11.

2. Turn the speedometer drive shaft.

3. Check to see if continuity exists. NOTE:

The continuity should be 4 times per each revolution of the speedometer drive shaft.

FUEL RECEIVER GAUGE

1.

Jack up the vehicle.

2.

Disconnect the connector from the fuel sender gauge/fuel pump assembly by the fuel tank.

3.

Under this condition, turn on the ignition switch.

4.

Ensure that the pointer of the receiver gauge returns to the position “E.”

5.

Turn off the ignition switch.

6.

Connect the connector between the terminal H23 and H57 through a test lamp (12 V - 3.4 W).

7.

Under this condition, turn on the ignition switch.

8.

Ensure that the pointer of the receiver gauge rises gradu- ally and resisters the position “F.”

9.

Turn off the ignition switch.

10.

Ensure that the pointer of the receiver gauge remains sta- tionary and registers the position “F.” NOTE:

If not, check the wire harness and the fuel sender gauge.

Unit check

1. Remove the combination meter.

2. Measure the resistance between the terminals.

Specified Resistance:

B7 - B8

B7 - B10 approx. 286 W B8 - B10 approx. 160 W

approx. 127 W

- B10 approx. 286 W B8 - B10 approx. 160 W approx. 127 W JBE00027-00303 JBE00028-00304

JBE00027-00303

W B8 - B10 approx. 160 W approx. 127 W JBE00027-00303 JBE00028-00304 O/D OFF JBE00029-00305 H57
JBE00028-00304 O/D OFF
JBE00028-00304
O/D
OFF

JBE00029-00305

H57 H23 ZC6 P06
H57
H23
ZC6
P06

Connector at floor harness side

JBE00030-00306 With tachometer B8 B10 B7 B8 B10 B7 JBE00031-00307
JBE00030-00306
With tachometer
B8
B10
B7
B8
B10
B7
JBE00031-00307

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FUEL SENDER GAUGE

1. Jack up the vehicle.

2. Disconnect the connector of the wire harness from the sender gauge/fuel pump assembly by the fuel tank.

3. Connect a circuit tester between the terminal H23 and

H57.

4. Ensure that the resistance conforms to the standard value for float position specified in the table.

Float position

Resistance (W)

F

3 ± 2

E

120 ± 7

Replacement

1. Remove the fuel tank. Refer to the BO section of the service manual. WARNING:

Never allow any fire to be brought near the working site.

2. Remove the fuel sender gauge by removing the screws.

Installation

1. Place a new gasket on the fuel tank. WARNING:

Be sure to replace the fuel sender gauge gasket with

new one. Failure to observe this caution may cause fire.

2. Install the fuel sender gauge to the fuel tank.

Tightening Torque:

1.5 - 2.5 N·m

3. Install the fuel tank to the body. Refer to the BO section of the service manual.

WATER TEMPERATURE RECEIVER GAUGE

In-Vehicle inspection

1. Disconnect the connector of the engine wire harness from

the cowl wire harness at the back side of the glove com- partment.

2. Ground the terminal at the cowl wire harness side through a test lamp (12 V - 3.4 W).

3. Turn on the ignition switch. Ensure that the test lamp goes on and the pointer of the receiver gauge starts to rise gradually.

H23 H57 P06 ZC6 Connector at fuel tank sub harness side
H23
H57
P06
ZC6
Connector at fuel tank
sub harness side

JBE00032-00308

ZC6 Connector at fuel tank sub harness side JBE00032-00308 JBE00033-00309 JBE00034-00310 Cowl wire side Engine wire

JBE00033-00309

at fuel tank sub harness side JBE00032-00308 JBE00033-00309 JBE00034-00310 Cowl wire side Engine wire side
JBE00034-00310 Cowl wire side Engine wire side
JBE00034-00310
Cowl wire side
Engine wire side
JBE00035-00311 H21
JBE00035-00311
H21

Cowl wire side

JBE00036-00312

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4. Remove the combination meter, measure the resistance between the terminals.

Resistance:

54 W

B7 - B10: approx. 177 W B9 - B10: approx. 231 W

B7 - B9:

approx.

WATER TEMPERATURE SENDER GAUGE

In-Vehicle inspection

1. Disconnect the connector of the engine wire harness from the cowl wire harness at the back side of the glove com- partment.

2. Under this condition, turn on the ignition switch. Ensure that the pointer of the receiver gauge indicates lowest po- sition.

3. Turn off the ignition switch, Ground the terminal at the en- gine wire harness side through a circuit tester.

4. Ensure that the resistance conforms to the standard value in the table. NOTE:

If not, check the wire harness and the water tempera- ture sender gauge.

Temperature ( ° C)

Resistance (W)

50

190 - 260

115

24 - 28

Unit check

1. Remove the engine cylinder head. Refer to the EM section of the service manual.

2. Remove the sender gauge.

3. Measure the resistance between the terminals as in the il- lustration.

4. Clean the threaded portion of new water temperature sender gauge. Wind seal tape around the threaded por- tion.

5. Install the sender gauge.

Tightening Torque:

24.5 - 34.3 N·m

With tachometer B7 B10 B9 B9 B7 B10 JBE00037-00313
With tachometer
B7
B10
B9
B9
B7
B10
JBE00037-00313
O/D OFF O/D OFF
O/D
OFF
O/D
OFF
JBE00038-00314 (Engine wire side) H20
JBE00038-00314
(Engine wire side)
H20
O/D OFF O/D OFF JBE00038-00314 (Engine wire side) H20 JBE00039-00315 15 16 For water temp. gauge

JBE00039-00315

15 16 For water temp. gauge Thermistor (For water temp. gage) Thermistor (For engine control)
15
16
For water
temp. gauge
Thermistor
(For water temp. gage)
Thermistor
(For engine control)
JBE00040-00316 JBE00041-00317
JBE00040-00316
JBE00041-00317

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LOW OIL PRESSURE WARNING

Unit inspection

1. Disconnect the connector from the warning switch.

2. Connect a ohm meter. Ensure that continuity exists be- tween the oil pressure switch terminal and the ground while the engine is stopped, whereas no continuity exists while the engine is running. NOTE:

If not, replace the unit. Refer to the LU section of the service manual.

BRAKE FLUID LEVEL WARNING

Unit inspection

1. Disconnect the connector.

2. Connect an ohm meter.

3. Remove the reservoir tank cap. Press down the float with a clean rod. Ensure that continuity exists. NOTE:

As for a rod to be used for pressing down the float, be sure to thoroughly clean it. Special care must be exer- cised to ensure that no dust nor water gets into the reservoir.

PARKING BRAKE WARNING

Unit inspection

1. Disconnect the connector from the parking brake switch.

2. Ensure that the parking brake warning lamp or brake warning lamp goes on when ground the terminal at the harness side.

3. Ensure that continuity exists between the terminal and the body earth when the parking brake lever is pulled up ward.

body earth when the parking brake lever is pulled up ward. JBE00042-00318 JBE00043-00319   JBE00044-00320
JBE00042-00318 JBE00043-00319
JBE00042-00318
JBE00043-00319
 

JBE00044-00320

REAR FOG LAMP WARNING

Refer to rear fog lamp system.

 

JBE00045-00321

SEAT BELT WARNING

Unit inspection

1. Disconnect the connector of the seat belt buckle.

2. Ensure that the seat belt warning glows when short the terminal at the harness side and the body earth.

3. Ensure that continuity exists between the terminals of the

buckle side.

4. Ensure that no continuity exists when insert the tongue plate into the buckle until it clicks.

Z40 H58
Z40
H58

JBE00046-00322

BE–15

HEAD LAMP

WIRING DIAGRAM

Wire F/L 2.0

Battery

F/L ABS 50A ABS Head lamp 30A H/L Tail 40A TAIL Back up 10A B/U
F/L ABS
50A
ABS
Head lamp
30A
H/L
Tail
40A
TAIL
Back up
10A
B/U
Horn, Hazard 15A
HRN/HAZ
ACC
ACC
IG No. 1
IG1
IG No. 2
IG2
ST
ST
IG SW
Main
MAIN
A22
Multi-use lever SW
Z02
L
H
A61
Head lamp
leveling unit LH
ZM7
A18
A17
A23
AA4
AA3
AA5
Junction block
A63
AA6
0
1
A69
Head lamp
2
leveling SW
3
A98
A01
A05
4
High beam
ZM9
indicator
(Combination
A56
meter )
H
Head lamp
A54
ZM8
Head lamp LH
leveling unit RH
L
H
Head lamp RH
Head lamp RH
L
Pass
Head lamp LH
Lighting SW
Head lamp
SW
F/L AM 60A

HEAD LAMP SWITCH (with air bag system)

Unit inspection Disconnect the connector for multi-use lever switch. Ensure that continuity exists between the respective terminals in ac- cordance with the following continuity table.

JBE00047-00401
JBE00047-00401

JBE00048-00402

 

HM

HS

ED

TB

S

(RF+)

(RF–)

D1

D2

 

HF

  HF          
 
  HF          
       
  HF          
  HF          
     

OFF

HL

 
OFF HL              
OFF HL              
           
 
 

HU

  HU              
 
  HU              
           
   
 

HF

  HF      
 
  HF      
  HF      
  HF      
   
  HF      
  HF      
       

I HL

   
I HL            
I HL            
I HL            
I HL            
       
   
 

HU

  HU          
 
  HU          
  HU          
  HU          
       
     
 

HF

  HF  
 
  HF  
  HF  
  HF  
  HF  
  HF  
  HF  
  HF  
         

II HL

   
II HL    
II HL    
II HL    
II HL    
II HL    
II HL    
II HL    
II HL    
       
 

HU

  HU  
 
  HU  
  HU  
  HU  
  HU  
  HU  
  HU  
  HU  
         

L.H.D

Ho L F– R INT EW W +1 +2 WB WS ED Z02 BT HM
Ho
L
F–
R
INT
EW
W
+1
+2
WB
WS
ED
Z02
BT
HM
A17
HS
A18
S
CE2
TB
CE1
RF
CJ7
D1
A22
F+
D2
A23
RF
CJ6
BH
+

R.H.D

L F– R Ho WS WB +2 +1 W EWINT RF BH CJ6 + F+
L
F–
R
Ho
WS
WB
+2
+1
W
EWINT
RF
BH
CJ6
+
F+
D2
A23
RF
CJ7
D1
A22
S
CE2
TB
CE1
BT
HM
A17
HS
A18
Z02
ED

With air bag specification (at lighting SW side)

JBE00049-00403

BE–16

HEAD LAMP SWITCH (without air bag system)

Unit inspection Disconnect the connector for multi-use lever switch. Ensure that continuity exists between the respective terminals in ac- cordance with the following continuity table.

 

HM

HS

ED

TB

S

D1

D2

 

HF

  HF      
 
  HF      
   
  HF      
  HF      

OFF

HL

             

HU

             
 

HF

  HF  
 
  HF  
  HF  
  HF  
  HF  
  HF  

I HL

       
I HL            
I HL            
   

HU

     
HU          
HU          
   
 

HF

  HF  
 
  HF  
  HF  
  HF  
  HF  
  HF  

II HL

   
II HL    
II HL    
II HL    
II HL    
II HL    
II HL    

HU

HU  
 
HU  
HU  
HU  
HU  
HU  

Aiming adjustment Perform the following operation in advance.

1. Seat one person (weighing about 75 kg) at the driver’s seat.

2. Set the tire inflation pressure to the specified values.

3. Ensure that a spare tire, tools, a jack are mounted at the specified points.

4. Check to see if the engine oil, transmission oil, window washer fluid, etc. are filled to the specified levels. Fill them, as required. Further more, fuel in the tank is filled up.

5. Rock the vehicle in up-&-down and right-&-left directions so that the suspensions may support the load evenly and the vehicle may assume the proper vehicle posture. NOTE:

In case of a vehicle which has the head lamp leveling system, perform this aiming adjustment with the level- ing control switch set to the “0” position.

6. Setting of reference points on screen

(1) Measure the center height “H” of the head lamps. (At 3 m from lens surface) Draw an adjustment line on the screen at; L.H.D. vehicle:

31 mm below the center height “H”

R.H.D. vehicle:

31 mm below the center height “H”

Vehicle with head lamp leveling system:

36 mm below the center height “H”

CE1 CE2 W WS +2 +1 A17 A18 HS S HM D2 D1 TB BH
CE1
CE2
W
WS
+2
+1
A17
A18
HS
S
HM
D2
D1
TB
BH
Ho
A23
A22
F–
L
WB
ED
Z02
BT
R
F+
Without air bag specification (at lighting SW side)

JBE00050-00404

JBE00051-00405

kPa Tire Tire air pressure size Front Rear 205/70R15 200 JBE00052-00406 JBE00053-00407 Center of Dark
kPa
Tire
Tire air pressure
size
Front
Rear
205/70R15
200
JBE00052-00406
JBE00053-00407
Center of
Dark side
Dark side
15°
headlamp lens
F
F
Ground level
Center of
headlamp lens
36 mm H
Center height of
headlamps
Center of
headlamp lens

L.H.D Vehicle

JBE00054-00408

BE–17

NOTE:

Keep the engine speed at 1500 rpm or more during the aiming adjustment.

(2) Draw a vertical straight line on the screen at each cen- ter of the head lamps on both right and left sides. Thus, establish each intersection “F” made by the ver- tical center line and the adjustment line.

(3) Ensure that the optical axis moves down ward when the head lamp leveling switch is turned 0-1-2-3-4.

Position

Stroke

0 – 1

28

mm

1 – 2

28

mm

2 – 3

28

mm

3 – 4

28

mm

NOTE:

The head lamp leveling system functions only when the head lamp switch is turned on.

Center of Dark side 15 ° Dark side headlamp lens F F Ground level Center
Center of
Dark side
15
°
Dark side
headlamp lens
F
F
Ground level
Center of
headlamp lens
Center height of
headlamps
mm H36
Center of
headlamp lens

R.H.D Vehicle

JBE00055-00409

lens Center height of headlamps mm H36 Center of headlamp lens R.H.D Vehicle JBE00055-00409 JBE00056-00410

JBE00056-00410

BE–18

HEAD LAMP LEVELING

WIRING DIAGRAM

Head lamp 30A A22 Multi-use lever SW Z02 L H Head lamp A61 ZM7 leveling
Head lamp
30A
A22
Multi-use lever SW
Z02
L
H
Head lamp
A61
ZM7
leveling unit LH
A18
A17
A23
AA4
AA3
AA5
Junction block
A63
AA6
0
1
A69
Head lamp
2
leveling SW
3
A98
A01
A05
4
High beam
ZM9
indicator
(Combination
A56
meter )
H
Head lamp
A54
ZM8
Head lamp LH
leveling unit RH
L
H
Head lamp RH
L
Head lamp RH
Pass
Head lamp LH
Lighting SW
Head lamp
SW
F/L 2.0

HEAD LAMP LEVELING SWITCH

Unit inspection

1. Remove the head lamp leveling switch by pushing it with

your fingers at the back side of the instrument panel.

2. Disconnect the connector of the wire harness.

3. Remove the switch assembly from the instrument panel.

4. Ensure the resistance between the respective terminals conforms to the following specifications.

Between A69 and ZM9 (Position 0); Between A69 and ZM9 (Position 1); Between A69 and ZM9 (Position 2); Between A69 and ZM9 (Position 3); Between A69 and ZM9 (Position 4);

Between AA6 and ZM9 (Each position);

Approx. 2.0 kW Approx. 1.7 kW Approx. 1.6 kW Approx. 1.4 kW Approx. 1.2 kW

Approx. 2.4 kW

JBE00057-00501 JBE00058-00502 AA6 A69 ZM9 Switch side JBE00059-00503
JBE00057-00501
JBE00058-00502
AA6
A69
ZM9
Switch side
JBE00059-00503

BE–19

FRONT FOG LAMP

WIRING DIAGRAM

F/L ABS 50A ABS Head lamp 30A H/L Tail 40A TAIL Back up 10A B/U
F/L ABS
50A
ABS
Head lamp
30A
H/L
Tail
40A
TAIL
Back up
10A
B/U
Horn, Hazard 15A
HRN/HAZ
ACC
ACC
IG No. 1
IG1
IG No. 2
IG2
ST
ST
IG SW
Main
MAIN
Tail SW
(Multi-use
lever)
Junction block
CM1
CE7
C23
Front fog lamp
SW
C24
C26
C25
Fog
Front fog lamp LH
Front fog lamp LH
10 A
ZD3
ZD2
F/L AM 60A
Battery
Wire F/L 2.0

FRONT FOG LAMP SWITCH

Unit inspection

1. Pull out the switch assembly from the instrument panel. Disconnect the connector.

2. Ensure that the continuity exists between the terminals of the front fog lamp switch while the switch is turned on.

JBE00060-00601

C23
C23

C24

Harness

Switch
Switch

Switch

JBE00061-00602

BE–20

STOP LAMP

WIRING DIAGRAM

F/L ABS 50A ABS Head lamp 30A H/L Tai 40A TAIL Back up 10A B/U
F/L ABS
50A
ABS
Head lamp
30A
H/L
Tai
40A
TAIL
Back up
10A
B/U
Horn, Hazard 15A
HRN/HAZ
ACC
ACC
IG No. 1
IG1
IG No. 2
IG2
ST
ST
IG SW
Main
MAIN
Junction block
OF2
E28
E10
E11
E14
E16
E15
High mounted
Z05
Z68
stop lamp
Z06
Stop lamp
Stop
RH
10 A
Stop lamp SW
Stop lamp
LH
F/L AM 60A
Battery
Wire F/L 2.0

STOP LAMP SWITCH

Unit inspection

1. Disconnect the connector of the stop lamp switch. (at the

brake pedal arm)

2. Ensure that continuity exists between the terminals when the brake pedal is depressed.

3. Ensure that no continuity exists between the terminals when the brake pedal is not depressed.

Removal and installation Refer to the BR section of the service manual.

JBE00062-00701

E10 E11
E10
E11

JBE00063-00702

JBE00064-00703

BE–21

BACK UP LAMP

WIRING DIAGRAM

F/L ABS 50A ABS Head lamp 30A H/L Tail 40A TAIL Back up 10A B/U
F/L ABS
50A
ABS
Head lamp
30A
H/L
Tail
40A
TAIL
Back up
10A
B/U
Horn, Hazard 15A
HRN/HAZ
ACC
ACC
IG No. 1
IG1
IG No. 2
IG2
ST
ST
IG SW
Main
MAIN
Junction block
N59
Junction block
N59
Buzzer
G21
G21
D39
G02
G02
[A/T model]
Gauge
[M/T model]
/Back
G03
10
A
G03
Neutral
start SW
G05
G04
G05
G04
H28
Back-up
Back-up
Back-up
Back-up
Indicator
lamp LH
lamp RH
lamp LH
lamp RH
(Combination
G16
G15
meter)
G16
G15
Z08
Gauge
/Back
10
A
Back-up
lamp
SW
F/L AM 60A
Battery
Wire F/L 2.0

BACK UP LAMP SWITCH

Unit inspection (Manual transmission)

1. Disconnect the connector of the back up lamp switch. (on the transmission case)

2. Ensure that continuity exists between the terminals when shift lever of the manual transmission is shifted to the re-

verse position.

(Automatic transmission)

1. Disconnect the connector of the transmission neutral switch. (on the transmission case)

2. Ensure that continuity exists between the terminals when shift lever of the automatic transmission is shifted to the re- verse position.

JBE00065-00801

G02
G02

G03

JBE00066-00802

G03 G02
G03
G02

JBE00067-00803

BE–22

REAR FOG LAMP

WIRING DIAGRAM

F/L ABS 50A ABS Head lamp 30A H/L Tail 40A TAIL Back up 10A B/U
F/L ABS
50A
ABS
Head lamp
30A
H/L
Tail
40A
TAIL
Back up
10A
B/U
Horn, Hazard 15A
HRN/HAZ
ACC
ACC
IG No. 1
IG1
IG No. 2
IG2
ST
ST
IG SW
Main
MAIN
C39
C38
Junction block
N59
F70
D58
D61
Buzzer
D19
D71
CJ6
RF SW
(Multi-use lever)
CJ7
C40
H80
Rear fog lamp
Rear fog lamp indicator
(Combination meter)
C64
Z08
Rear fog
lamp
SW
Gauge
Courtesy SW
Back
10 A
F/L AM 60A
Battery
Wire F/L 2.0

REAR FOG LAMP SWITCH

Unit inspection

1. Pull out the switch assembly from the instrument panel. Disconnect the connector.

2. Ensure that the rear fog lamp warning glows when ignition switch turns on and short the terminals at the harness side. If not glows the warning, check the wire and meter assem- bly.

3. Ensure that the continuity exists between the terminals of the rear fog lamp switch while the switch is turned on.

JBE00068-00901

C38
C38

C39

Harness

Switch
Switch

Switch

JBE00069-00902

BE–23

REAR FOG LAMP WARNING BUZZER

In-vehicle inspection

1. Ensure if the warning buzzer is set off under the conditions

given following table.

Ignition

Front door

Rear fog lamp SW

 

SW

Buzzer

   

On

Set off

Open

Off

OFF / Acc

 

On

Close

Off

   

On

Open

Off

ON

 

On

Close

Off

2. If not, check the wiring harness and warning buzzer.

Unit inspection

1. Disconnect the connectors and remove the junction block by removing attaching bolts.

2. Apply a battery voltage to the terminal 17 (+) and the ter- minal 47 (–).

3. Check that the warning buzzer will set off when the battery (+) (or the terminal 47) is connected to the terminal 54 with a jump wire.

47) is connected to the terminal 54 with a jump wire. JBE00070-00904 JBE00071-00905 79 47 19

JBE00070-00904

JBE00071-00905 79 47 19 32 25 15 + – 16 23 17 22 1 18
JBE00071-00905
79
47
19
32
25
15
+
16
23
17
22
1
18
62
68
14
11
54
6
5
44
46
39
20 73
40
77
28 26
56
34
37
29
53
13
36
58
74
70
64
49 50
48
76
31
42
66
67
72
2
3
81
7
45
59
65
52
41
71
30
24
55
12
9
78
35
38
51
75
33
61
60
82
42 66 67 72 2 3 81 7 45 59 65 52 41 71 30 24

JBE00072-00906

BE–24

TAIL LAMP & LICENSE PLATE LAMP

WIRING DIAGRAM

F/L ABS 50A ABS Head lamp 30A H/L Tail 40A TAIL Back up 10A B/U
F/L ABS
50A
ABS
Head lamp
30A
H/L
Tail
40A
TAIL
Back up
10A
B/U
Horn,Hazard
15A
HRN/HAZ
ACC
ACC
IG No. 1
IG1
IG No. 2
IG2
ST
ST
IG SW
Main
MAIN
CE1
CE2
Junction block
CM1
Buzzer
Clearance lamp RH
CA1
H78
C06
C80
C09
Tail lamp RH
C19
C21
CE0
C28
C12
C08
C07
C10
C17
C16
License plate lamp RH
Z23
Z08
ZR8
Z28
Z06
Z27
Z78
Z79
Z05
License plate lamp LH
Tail lamp LH
Clearance lamp LH
Tail SW
Tail
10 A
Tuner illumination
Floor console illumination
Meter illumination
Heater control illumination
F/L AM 60A
Battery
Wire F/L 2.0

TAIL LAMP SWITCH

Unit inspection Disconnect the connector of the multi-use lever switch. Ensure that continuity exists between the respective terminals in accordance with the following continuity table.

 

TB

S

 

HF

   

OFF

HL

   

HU

   
 

HF

  HF
  HF

I HL

 
I HL  
I HL  

HU

HU
HU
 

HF

  HF
  HF

II HL

 
II HL  
II HL  

HU

HU
HU

JBE00073-01001

L.H.D

Ho L F– R INT EW W +1 +2 WB WS ED Z02 BT HM
Ho
L
F–
R
INT
EW
W
+1
+2
WB
WS
ED
Z02
BT
HM
A17
HS
A18
S
CE2
TB
CE1
RF
CJ7
D1
A22
F+
D2
A23
RF
CJ6
BH
+

R.H.D

L F– R Ho WS WB +2 +1 W EWINT RF BH CJ6 + F+
L
F–
R
Ho
WS
WB
+2
+1
W
EWINT
RF
BH
CJ6
+
F+
D2
A23
RF
CJ7
D1
A22
S
CE2
TB
CE1
BT
HM
A17
HS
A18
Z02
ED

With air bag specification (at lighting SW side)

JBE00074-01002

CE1 CE2 W WS +2 +1 A17 A18 HS S HM D2 D1 TB BH
CE1
CE2
W
WS
+2
+1
A17
A18
HS
S
HM
D2
D1
TB
BH
Ho
A23
A22
F–
L
WB
ED
Z02
BT
R
F+
Without air bag specification (at lighting SW side)

JBE00075-01003

BE–25

INTERIOR LAMP & LUGGAGE ROOM LAMP

WIRING DIAGRAM

F/L ABS 50A ABS Head lamp 30A H/L Tail 40A TAIL Back up 10A B/U
F/L ABS
50A
ABS
Head lamp
30A
H/L
Tail
40A
TAIL
Back up
10A
B/U
Horn, Hazard 15A
HRN/HAZ
F/L AM 60A
ACC
ACC
IG No. 1
IG1
IG No. 2
IG2
ST
ST
IG SW
Main
MAIN
J/B
Buzzer
Luggage room
On
Off
lamp
Stop
Door
10
A
& Gauge
Back
Back door SW
courtesy
10
A
Courtesy
FR RH SW
JBE00076-01101
Courtesy
FR RH SW
INTERIOR LAMP SWITCH
Unit inspection
Room lamp
Courtesy
FR RH SW
1. Lightly pry the lens to detach it and pull out the bulb
straight.
V
2. Turns on the ignition switch.
3. Ensure if the voltage exists between the terminals when in-
terior lamp switch is located to the respective position.
Courtesy
FR RH SW
Interior lamp switch position
Left
Center
Right
Front door
Battery
Battery
JBE00077-01102
open
voltage
voltage
Front door
Battery
close
voltage
F/L 2.0

BE–26

LUGGAGE ROOM LAMP SWITCH

Unit inspection

1. Lightly pry the lens to detach it and pull out the bulb

straight.

2. Turns on the ignition switch.

3. Ensure if the voltage exists between the terminals when the rear gate is opened.

Rear gate open

Battery voltage

Rear gate close

V
V
V

JBE00078-01104

when the rear gate is opened. Rear gate open Battery voltage Rear gate close — V

JBE00000-01105

BE–27

HAZARD WARNING & HORN

WIRING DIAGRAM

F/L ABS 50A ABS Head lamp 30A H/L Tail 40A TAIL Back up 10A B/U
F/L ABS
50A
ABS
Head lamp
30A
H/L
Tail
40A
TAIL
Back up
10A
B/U
Horn,Hazard
15A
HRN/HAZ
ACC
ACC
IG No. 1
IG1
IG No. 2
IG2
ST
ST
IG SW
Main
MAIN
Multi-use
Junction block
lever SW
Turn / Wiper
Horn SW
N59
F32
F66
Turn
F48
F70
F47
20 A
F65
Hazard
Flasher relay
LH
F60
Horn
E02
RH
F64
F62
LH
F63
F61
Turn signal
RH
indicator
lamp RH
E03
F04
F55
F44
F52
F53
F43
F54
F06
E19
Front turn lamp RH
F05
F11
F09
F19
F07
F16
F14
F21
Side turn lamp RH
Z06
ZM6
ZM3
Z08
Z08
Z05
ZM5
ZM4
Rear turn lamp RH
Turn signal
indicator
lamp LH
Front turn lamp LH
Side turn lamp LH
Rear turn lamp LH
F/L AM 60A
Battery
Wire F/L 2.0

HAZARD WARNING SWITCH

Unit inspection

1. Disconnect the connector of the multi-use lever switch.

2. Ensure that continuity exists between the respective termi- nals in accordance with the following
2. Ensure that continuity exists between the respective termi-
nals in accordance with the following continuity table.
Hazard
F–
L
R BT
BH
F+
L
OFF
N
R
ON

JBE00079-01201

L.H.D F62 F60 F61 Ho L F– R INT EW W +1 +2 WB WS
L.H.D
F62
F60
F61
Ho
L
F–
R
INT
EW
W
+1
+2
WB
WS
ED
F32
BT
HM
HS
S
TB
RF
D1
F48
F+
D2
F47
RF
BH
+
R.H.D F62 F60 F61 L F– R Ho WS WB +2 +1 W EWINT RF
R.H.D
F62 F60
F61
L
F–
R
Ho
WS
WB
+2
+1
W
EWINT
RF
BH
F47
+
F+
D2
F48
RF
D1
S
TB
F32
BT
HM
HS
ED

With air bag specification (at lighting SW side)

JBE00080-01202

 

W

WS

 

+2

+1

HS

HS   S      
 

S

     

D2

D1

 

TB

 

BH

Ho

F–

L

F– L WB ED

WB

ED

 
   

R

F+

 
       
BT
BT
   
BT      
 
 

F32

 

F61

 

F48

F60

F62

HM
HM

F47

Without air bag specification (at lighting SW side)

JBE00000-01203

BE–28

FLASHER RELAY

Unit inspection

1. Remove the combination meter. Then remove the flasher

unit at the bracket of the cowl panel.

2. Disconnect the connector of the flasher unit.

3. Ensure if the voltage exists the respective terminals at wire harness connector when ignition switch is turned on.

4. Ensure if the voltage exists the terminal when hazard switch is turned on.

5. Connect the flusher unit to the wire harness connector. Under the condition, if the flusher unit will not work, then the unit is failure.

if the flusher unit will not work, then the unit is failure. Flasher relay JBE00081-01211 L
Flasher relay JBE00081-01211
Flasher
relay
JBE00081-01211
if the flusher unit will not work, then the unit is failure. Flasher relay JBE00081-01211 L
L E B V JBE00082-01212
L
E B
V
JBE00082-01212

BE–29

HATER & VENTILATION

WIRING DIAGRAM

F/L ABS 50A ABS Head lamp 30A H/L Tail 40A TAIL Back up 10A B/U
F/L ABS
50A
ABS
Head lamp
30A
H/L
Tail
40A
TAIL
Back up
10A
B/U
Horn, Hazard 15A
HRN/HAZ
EFI
15 A
A/C
10 A
Heater
20 A
ACC
ACC
IG No. 1
IG1
IG No. 2
IG2
ST
ST
IG SW
Main
MAIN
Junction block
N59
Relay block
Dual pressure
SW
Air conditioner
H79
H67
SW
A/C SW
KC6
K23
KG9
K11
K13
OC9
KV2
K02
Resistor
KP1
K18
KU9
K07
M
K05
K99
K44
K30
K19
Heater blower
Gauge
SW
/Back
KV1
KP6
10 A
Heater blower
motor
EFI ECU
XQ6
XN4
XS0
VSV3
KNK
MGC
K04
K06
K08
KP7
E2
ACEV
ACSW
BLW
K12
ZQ4
XP8
XS4
XK3
Z21
Heater
Water temperature sensor
relay
KK4
KP5
Thermistor
A/C relay
Magnet clutch
EFI main
relay
A/C VSV
F/L AM 60A
Battery
Wire F/L 2.0

BLOWER SWITCH

Unit inspection

1. Remove the instrument cluster finish center panel.

2. Remove the radio opening cover.

3. Remove the attaching screws of the heater control panel assembly. (Refer to the BO section of the service manual)

4. Disconnect the connector of the blower switch and the air conditioner switch.

5. Disconnect the control cables from the heater unit.

6. Remove the heater control panel assembly from the instru- ment panel.

7. When the blower switch is set to each stage, ensure that continuity exists between the respective terminals as indi- cated in the table below.

 

Z21

K08

K06

K04

OFF

       

L

L    
L    
   
 

M

M    
 
M    
 
 
 

H

H      
     
 
 
 
JBE00083-01301 JBE00084-01302 K08 C19 Z23 K04 K06 Z21
JBE00083-01301
JBE00084-01302
K08
C19
Z23
K04
K06
Z21

JBE00085-01303

BE–30

8. Ensure that each of the air outlet control lever, air intake control lever and temperature control lever is functioning smoothly with a positive dent feeling. NOTE:

If not, apply a rubber grease to the points or replace the control panel assembly.

BLOWER RESISTER

Unit inspection

1. Connect the connector of the the blower resistance.

2. Ensure that resistance between the respective terminals conforms to the following specifications.

Between Terminal K44 and K07:

3.35 W

Between Terminal K44 and K05:

1.1 W

Between Terminal K07 and K05:

2.25 W

VENTILATION SYSTEM

Between Terminal K07 and K05: 2.25 W VENTILATION SYSTEM Brown Green Gray JBE00086-01304 Brown Green Gray
Brown Green Gray JBE00086-01304
Brown
Green
Gray
JBE00086-01304
Brown Green Gray JBE00000-01305
Brown
Green
Gray
JBE00000-01305
K07 K05 K44
K07
K05
K44

JBE00087-01311

Face DEF Film type rotary door position Foot Film type Face Bi-level Foot Foot/DEF DEF
Face
DEF
Film type
rotary door position
Foot
Film type
Face
Bi-level
Foot
Foot/DEF
DEF
Lever position

JBE00088-01321

BE–31

Adjustment of ventilation control

1. Ensure that the control levers move in a right-and-left di- rection without stiffness and binding over the full range of each lever.

2. Set the air outlet control lever to the VENT mode. Clamp the outer cable while pulling the outer cable toward VENT side.

3. Set the temperature control lever to the COOL mode. Clamp the outer cable while pushing the outer cable to- ward COOL side.

4. Set the air inlet mode selector lever to the RECIRC mode. Clamp the outer cable while pulling the outer cable toward RECIRC side.

5. After completion of the adjustments in the steps 2 through 4, set the blower switch to the most highest position. Check the following items. (1) When the VENT mode is selected, ensure that no air leaks from the foot side outlet and defroster. (2) When the DEF mode is selected, ensure that no air leaks from the foot side outlet and register. (3) When the FOOT mode is selected, ensure that no air leaks from the register. if not, readjust the control lever.

Air outlet Blower control lever fan switch Air inlet mode selector lever VENT mode RECIRC
Air outlet
Blower
control lever
fan switch
Air inlet mode
selector lever
VENT mode
RECIRC mode
OFF
A/C
COOL mode
A/C
Temperature
switch
L.H.D
control lever
JBE00089-01331 JBE00090-01332
JBE00089-01331
JBE00090-01332
switch L.H.D control lever JBE00089-01331 JBE00090-01332 JBE00091-01333 With A/C With out A/C Stopper Stopper
JBE00091-01333 With A/C With out A/C Stopper Stopper
JBE00091-01333
With A/C
With out A/C
Stopper
Stopper

JBE00092-01334

FOOT mode VENT mode DEF mode OFF A/C
FOOT mode
VENT mode
DEF mode
OFF
A/C

JBE00093-01335

BE–32

POWER DOOR LOCK

WIRING DIAGRAM

IG SW

ACC ACC IG No. 1 IG1 IG No. 2 IG2 ST ST Main MAIN 3
ACC
ACC
IG No. 1
IG1
IG No. 2
IG2
ST
ST
Main
MAIN
3
ITC
4
(Door rock
Control
control relay)
SW
1
2
6
M
M
M
M
M
Door lock motor
F/L AM 60A
PTC
Front door
(Driver's
side)
PTC
Front door side)
(Passenger's
PTC
Rear door LH
PTC
15A
Rear door RH
Door lock
PTC
Rear gate

DOOR LOCK CONTROL SWITCH

Unit inspection

1. Remove the door trim-related parts.

2. Disconnect the connector.

3. When the door lock switch is set to the LOCK and UN- LOCK positions, respectively, ensure that continuity be- tween the terminals of the door lock switch conforms to the requirements as indicated in the table below.

Terminal

q

 

w

LOCK

   

UNLOCK

UNLOCK  
UNLOCK  
 
 

JBE00094-01401

q   w LOCK     UNLOCK     JBE00094-01401 JBE00095-01402 1 2 JBE00096-01403

JBE00095-01402

1 2
1 2
1
2

JBE00096-01403

BE–33

DOOR LOCK MOTOR

Unit inspection

1. Detach the door locking knob from the control link.

2. Remove the door trim-related parts.

3. Remove the link-related parts.

4. Remove the attaching screws of the lock assembly.

5. Take out the lock assembly.

6. Apply a voltage of 12 V between the following two termi- nals. Ensure that the plunger operates in accordance with the table below.

Terminal Operation direction
Terminal
Operation direction

LOCK

q w

: ;

UNLOCK

; :

DOOR CONTROL RELAY

See page BE–45, ITC.

q w : ; UNLOCK ; : DOOR CONTROL RELAY See page BE–45, ITC. Motor Door
Motor Door lock control SW JBE00097-01404
Motor
Door lock
control SW
JBE00097-01404

JBE00098-01405

BE–34

POWER WINDOW

WIRING DIAGRAM

F/L ABS 50A ABS Head lamp 30A H/L Tail 40A TAIL Back up 10A B/U
F/L ABS
50A
ABS
Head lamp
30A
H/L
Tail
40A
TAIL
Back up
10A
B/U
Horn, Hazard 15A
HRN/HAZ
ACC
ACC
IG No. 1
IG1
IG No. 2
IG2
ST
ST
IG SW
Main
MAIN
Junction block
N59
PD4
Master SW
P22
Sub SW
POWER
P29
P30
P31
Cancel
Z61
30 A
P42
P43
P23
P24
P27
P28
Power window motor
(Passenger’s seat side)
Power window motor
(Driver’s seat side)
M
M
P25
P26
P44
P45
F/L AM 60A
Battery
Wire F/L 2.0

DRIVER’S SEAT SIDE SWITCH

Unit inspection (Left hand drive)

1. Remove the switch by means of suitable wooden peace.

2. When the switch is operated, ensure that continuity be- tween the terminals conforms to the requirements as indi- cated in the table below.

   

Driver’s seat side

 

P22

P23

P24

Z61

UP

UP
UP
UP
UP

manual

   
   
     
 
     

OFF

OFF
OFF
   
 
       
     

DOWN

 
DOWN  
DOWN  
     

DOWN

DOWN      
     
   

auto

   
auto    
auto    
   

Window

 

Passenger’s (master)

lock

switch

P22

P27

P28

Z61

 

UP

  UP
  UP
  UP
  UP
   
   
     
 
     

ON

OFF

ON OFF
ON OFF
   
   
       
 
       
 

DOWN

DOWN  
 
DOWN  
     
 

UP

  UP    
  UP    
   
 

OFF

 
OFF    
OFF    
 

OFF

 

DOWN

DOWN    
 
DOWN    
 
   
JBE00099-01501 P28 P27 P22 P24 Z61 P23
JBE00099-01501
P28
P27
P22
P24
Z61
P23
Switch side

Switch side

JBE00100-01502

BE–35

Unit inspection (Right hand drive)

1. Remove the switch by means of suitable wooden peace.

2. When the switch is operated, ensure that continuity be- tween the terminals conforms to the requirements as indi- cated in the table below.

   

Driver’s seat side

 

P22

P23

P24

Z60

UP

UP
UP
UP
UP

manual

   
   
     
 
     

OFF

OFF
OFF
   
 
       
     

DOWN

 
DOWN  
DOWN  
     

DOWN

DOWN      
     
   

auto

   
auto    
auto    
   

Window

 

Passenger’s (master)

lock

switch

P22

P27

P28

Z60

 

UP

  UP
  UP
  UP
  UP
   
   
     
 
     

ON

OFF

ON OFF
ON OFF
   
   
       
 
       
 

DOWN

DOWN  
 
DOWN  
     
 

UP

  UP    
  UP    
   
 

OFF

 
OFF    
OFF    
 

OFF

 

DOWN

DOWN    
 
DOWN    
 
   

FRONT PASSENGER’S SEAT SIDE SWITCH

Unit inspection

1. Remove the switch by means of suitable wooden peace.

2. When the switch is operated, ensure that continuity be- tween the terminals conforms to the requirements as indi- cated in the table below.

   

Power window switch

 

P42

P29

P30

P31

P43

 
         
       

UP

 
UP  
UP