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HILUX Electrical Wiring Diagram Pub. No. DR114W FMC

HILUX

Electrical Wiring Diagram

Pub. No. DR114W

FMC

FOREWORD

This wiring diagram manual has been prepared to provide information on the electrical system of the HILUX.

Applicable models: KUN15, 16, 25, 26 Series

For service specifications and repair procedures of the above models other than those listed in this manual, refer to the following manuals;

Manual Name

Pub. No.

HILUX Repair Manual HILUX New Car Features

DR172E

NCF271E

All information in this manual is based on the latest product information at the time of publication. However, specifications and procedures are subject to change without notice.

and procedures are subject to change without notice. NOTICE supplemental restraint system components (removal,

NOTICE

supplemental restraint system components (removal,

installation or inspection, etc.), always follow the direction given in the repair manuals listed above to prevent accidents and supplemental restraint

system malfunction.

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HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL

 

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TROUBLESHOOTING

 

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GLOSSARY OF TERMS AND SYMBOLS

 

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SYSTEM CIRCUITS

 

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POWER SOURCE (Current Flow Chart)

 

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CONNECTOR LIST

 

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OVERALL ELECTRICAL WIRING DIAGRAM . M

 

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book may not be reproduced or copied, in whole or in part, without the written permission

A INTRODUCTION

This manual consists of the following 13 sections:

No.

Section

Description

 

INDEX

Index of the contents of this manual.

A

INTRODUCTION

Brief explanation of each section.

B

HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL

Instructions on how to use this manual.

 

TROUBLE–

 

C

SHOOTING

Describes the basic inspection procedures for electrical circuits.

D

ABBREVIATIONS

Defines the abbreviations used in this manual.

 

GLOSSARY OF

 

E

TERMS AND

Defines the symbols and functions of major parts.

SYMBOLS

F

RELAY LOCATIONS

Shows position of the Electronic Control Unit, Relays, Relay Block, etc. This section is closely related to the system circuit.

G

ELECTRICAL WIRING ROUTING

Describes position of Parts Connectors, Splice points, Ground points, etc. This section is closely related to the system circuit.

 

INDEX

Index of the system circuits.

 

Electrical circuits of each system are shown from the power supply through ground

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SYSTEM CIRCUITS

points. Wiring connections and their positions are shown and classified by code according to the connection method. (Refer to the section, ”How to use this manual”). The ”System Outline” and ”Service Hints” useful for troubleshooting are also contained in this section.

I

GROUND POINT

Shows ground positions of all parts described in this manual.

J

POWER SOURCE (Current Flow Chart)

Describes power distribution from the power supply to various electrical loads.

K

CONNECTOR LIST

Describes the form of the connectors for the parts appeared in this book. This section is closely related to the system circuit.

L

PART NUMBER OF CONNECTORS

Indicates the part number of the connectors used in this manual.

 

OVERALL

 

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ELECTRICAL WIRING DIAGRAM

Provides circuit diagrams showing the circuit connections.

HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL B

This manual provides information on the electrical circuits installed on vehicles by dividing them into a circuit for each system.

The actual wiring of each system circuit is shown from the point where the power source is received from the battery as far as each ground point. (All circuit diagrams are shown with the switches in the OFF position.)

When troubleshooting any problem, first understand the operation of the circuit where the problem was detected (see System Circuit section), the power source supplying power to that circuit (see Power Source section), and the ground points (see Ground Point section). See the System Outline to understand the circuit operation.

When the circuit operation is understood, begin troubleshooting of the problem circuit to isolate the cause. Use Relay Location and Electrical Wiring Routing sections to find each part, junction block and wiring harness connectors, wiring

harness and wiring harness connectors, splice points, and ground points of each system circuit. Internal wiring for each junction block is also provided for better understanding of connection within a junction block. Wiring related to each system is indicated in each system circuit by arrows

(from

, Wiring Diagram at the end of this manual.

to

).

When overall connections are required, see the Overall Electrical

B HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL

[A]

The system shown here is an EXAMPLE ONLY. It is different to the actual circuit shown in the SYSTEM CIRCUITS SECTION.

Stop Light

Stop Light

From Power Source System (See Page 66)

15A 7.5A STOP GAUGE 4 R L 2 IB [B] 1 3 IB 1 IB
15A
7.5A
STOP
GAUGE
4
R L
2
IB
[B]
1
3
IB
1 IB
[C]
[G]
2 IB
2
S 6
Stop Light SW
4
C 7
14
IE1
[E]
Combination
[D]
1
Meter
13
G W
ABS ECU
I 5
[F]
L 4
7
8
Light Failure Sensor
4
2
1
11
[H]
1
G R
BV1
B18
[
I ]
[J]
(Shielded)
4
3
2
H17
[K]
High Mounted
Stop Light
1
3
6
1
W B
BV1
B18
BO
[L]
BL
Stop
W B
G R
R
7
Rear Combination Light RH
Stop
BW
B
G RW
G R
G W
W RG
W
R
6
Rear Combination Light LH
R (
)W/G
)S/D LL
(
(
)S/D
W B
G B
W B
Rear
Lights
YG
RL

4 50

[M]

B

[A]

: System Title

 

[B]

: Indicates a Relay Block. No shading is used and only the Relay Block No. is shown to distinguish it from the J/B

 

Example:

Indicates Relay Block No.1

Indicates Relay Block No.1

 

[C]

:

(

) is used to indicate different wiring and

 

connector, etc. when the vehicle model, engine type, or specification is different.

[D]

: Indicates related system.

 

[E]

: Indicates the wiring harness and wiring harness connector. The wiring harness with male terminal is shown with arrows ( ). Outside numerals are pin numbers.

harness connector. The wiring harness with male terminal is shown with arrows ( ). Outside numerals
 
Female Male (
Female
Male (
  Female Male ( )

)

 

The first letter of the code for each wiring harness and wiring harness connector(s) indicates the component’s location, e.g, ”E” for the Engine Compartment, ”I” for the Instrument Panel and Surrounding area, and ”B” for the Body and Surrounding area.

When more than one code has the first and second letters in common, followed by numbers (e.g, IH1, IH2), this indicates the same type of wiring harness and wiring harness connector.

[F]

: Represents a part (all parts are shown in sky blue). The code is the same as the code used in parts position.

[G]

: Junction Block (The number in the circle is the J/B No. and the connector code is shown beside it). Junction Blocks are shaded to clearly separate them from other parts.

Example:

shaded to clearly separate them from other parts. Example: 3C indicates that it is inside Junction

3C indicates that it is inside Junction Block

No.3

[H]

: Indicates the wiring color.

 

Wire colors are indicated by an alphabetical code.

B

= Black

W

= White

BR = Brown

L

= Blue

V

= Violet

SB = Sky Blue

R

= Red

G

= Green

LG = Light Green

P

= Pink

Y

= Yellow

GR = Gray

O

= Orange

 

The first letter indicates the basic wire color and the second letter indicates the color of the stripe.

Example:

L – Y

 
L Y
L
Y

(Blue)

(Yellow)

[I]

: Indicates a wiring Splice Point (Codes are ”E” for the Engine Room, ”I” for the Instrument Panel, and ”B” for the Body).

for the Instrument Panel, and ”B” for the Body). The Location of splice Point I 5

The Location of splice Point I 5 is indicated by the shaded section.

[J]

: Indicates a shielded cable.

 
 
 

[K]

: Indicates the pin number of the connector. The numbering system is different for female and male connectors.

Example: Numbered in order from upper left to lower right

Numbered in order from upper right to lower left

 
 
 

Female

Male

[L]

: Indicates a ground point.

The first letter of the code for each ground point(s) indicates the component’s location, e.g, ”E” for the Engine Compartment, ”I” for the Instrument Panel and Surrounding area, and ”B” for the Body and Surrounding area.

[M]

: Page No.

 

B HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL

[N] System Outline Current is applied at all times through the STOP fuse to TERMINAL
[N]
System Outline
Current is applied at all times through the STOP fuse to TERMINAL 2 of the stop light SW.
When the ignition SW is turned on, current flows from the GAUGE fuse to TERMINAL 8 of the light failure sensor, and also flows
through the rear lights warning light to TERMINAL 4 of the light failure sensor.
Stop Light Disconnection Warning
When the ignition SW is turned on and the brake pedal is pressed (Stop light SW on), if the stop light circuit is open, the current
flowing from TERMINAL 7 of the light failure sensor to TERMINALS 1, 2 changes, so the light failure sensor detects the
disconnection and the warning circuit of the light failure sensor is activated.
As a result, the current flows from TERMINAL 4 of the light failure sensor to TERMINAL 11 to GROUND and turns the rear lights
warning light on. By pressing the brake pedal, the current flowing to TERMINAL 8 of the light failure sensor keeps the warning
circuit on and holds the warning light on until the ignition SW is turned off.
[O]
Service Hints
S6 Stop Light SW
2–1 : Closed with the brake pedal depressed
L4 Light Failure Sensor
1, 2, 7–Ground : Approx. 12 volts with the stop light SW on
4, 8–Ground : Approx. 12 volts with the ignition SW at ON position
11–Ground : Always continuity
[P]
: Parts Location
Code
See Page
Code
See Page
Code
See Page
C7
34
L4
36
R7
37
H17
36
R6
37
S6
35
[Q]
: Relay Blocks
Code
See Page
Relay Blocks (Relay Block Location)
1
18
R/B No.1 (Instrument Panel Brace LH)
[R]
: Junction Block and Wire Harness Connector
Code
See Page
Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
IB
20
Instrument Panel Wire and Instrument Panel J/B (Lower Finish Panel)
3C
22
Instrument Panel Wire and J/B No.3 (Instrument Panel Brace LH)
[S]
: Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness
Code
See Page
Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location)
IE1
42
Floor Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Left Kick Panel)
BV1
50
Luggage Room Wire and Floor Wire (Luggage Room Left)
[T]
: Ground Points
Code
See Page
Ground Points Location
BL
50
Under the Left Center Pillar
BO
50
Back Panel Center
[U]
: Splice Points
Code
See Page
Wire Harness with Splice Points
Code
See Page
Wire Harness with Splice Points
I5
44
Cowl Wire
B18
50
Luggage Room Wire

B

[N]

: Explains the system outline.

[O]

: Indicates values or explains the function for reference during troubleshooting.

[P]

: Indicates the reference page showing the position on the vehicle of the parts in the system circuit.

Example : Part ”L4” (Light Failure Sensor) is on page 36 of the manual. The letter in the code is from the first letter of the part, and the number indicates its order in parts starting with that letter.

Example : L 4

 

Parts is 4th in order Light Failure Sensor

[Q]

: Indicates the reference page showing the position on the vehicle of Relay Block Connectors in the system circuit.

Example : Connector ”1” is described on page 18 of this manual and is installed on the left side of the instrument panel.

[R]

: Indicates the reference page showing the position on the vehicle of J/B and Wire Harness in the system circuit.

Example : Connector ”3C” connects the Instrument Panel Wire and J/B No.3. It is described on page 22 of this manual, and is installed on the instrument panel left side.

[S]

: Indicates the reference page describing the wiring harness and wiring harness connector (the female wiring harness is shown first, followed by the male wiring harness).

Example : Connector ”IE1” connects the floor wire (female) and Instrument panel wire (male). It is described on page 42 of this manual, and is installed on the left side kick panel.

[T]

: Indicates the reference page showing the position of the ground points on the vehicle.

Example : Ground point ”BO” is described on page 50 of this manual and is installed on the back panel center.

[U]

: Indicates the reference page showing the position of the splice points on the vehicle.

Example : Splice point ”I5” is on the Cowl Wire Harness and is described on page 44 of this manual.

B HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL

The ground points circuit diagram shows the connections from all major parts to the respective ground points. When troubleshooting a faulty ground point, checking the system circuits which use a common ground may help you identify

the problem ground quickly. The relationship between ground points ( checked this way.

shown below) can also beThe relationship between ground points ( checked this way. EA , IB and I GROUND POINT

EA , IB
EA
,
IB

and

I GROUND POINT

W–B W–B A W–B FAN MAIN Relay 5 Cigarette Lighter A/C Control Assembly W–B W–B
W–B
W–B
A
W–B
FAN MAIN Relay
5
Cigarette Lighter
A/C Control Assembly
W–B
W–B
A
W–B
FAN MAIN Relay
5
E
3
O/D Main SW
I
6
Blower Motor
W–B
W–B
A
A W–B
W–B
A/C Relay No.2
5
E
3
Clock
I
6
Blower SW
W–B
A
A
W–B
A/C Relay No.3
5
E
3
Parking Brake SW
J 1
W–B
Junction
Radiator Fan Motor
E
3
Connector
7
W–B
W–B
Headlight Cleaner Relay
E
2
3B
Combination Meter
W–B
W–B
Headlight LH
E
4
Combination SW
7
W–B
W–B
W–B
Headlight RH
E
5
3C
I
2
1
W–B
W–B
W–B
W–B
Front Turn Signal Light RH
E
4
E
4
Front Fog Light RH
3D
Cruise Control ECU
3
W–B
W–B
W–B
Front Clearance Light RH
E
5
Front Fog Light LH
3F
Remote Control Mirror SW
13
W–B
W–B
W–B
W–B
Front Turn Signal Light LH
E
4
E
6
Brake Fluid Level SW
3G
Turn Signal Flasher
5
W–B
W–B
W–B
W–B
Front Clearance Light LH
3E
I
2
Defogger SW
2
6
W–B
W–B
W–B
W–B
Door Lock Control SW
B
4
IA1
I 4
3E
I
2
Combination SW
W–B
W–B
W–B
Door Courtesy SW RH
B
4
I 5
W–B
W–B
Door Lock Motor RH
B
4
I 5
Unlock Warning SW
10
EA2
15
W–B
W–B
W–B
W–B
Door Lock Control Relay
I 5
ID1
B
5
Power Window Master SW
W–B
Power Window Control
B
5
Relay
EA
W–B
W–B
Blower Resistor
B
5
Door Courtesy SW LH
8
W–B
W–B
W–B
W–B
Idle–Up SW
I
4
IB1
I 8
B
5
Door Lock Control SW
W–B
W–B
A/C Amplifier
Door Lock Motor LH
W–B(4A–GZE)
I 5
Fuel Control SW
4
4
3
BR
W–B
W–B
W–B
Radio and Player
4
4
I 5
IC3
Woofer Speaker Amplifier
W–B
BR
HEATER Relay
4
Combination Meter
5
BR
BR
BR
BR
Auto Antenna Motor
BA1
4
I 3
I
3
Combination Meter
BR
Fuel Sender
4
IB
IC
W–B
W–B
W–B
W–B
W–B
W–B
W–B
W–B
W–B
W–B
BR

The system shown here is an EXAMPLE ONLY. It is different to the actual circuit shown in the SYSTEM CIRCUITS SECTION.

B

The ”Current Flow Chart” section, describes which parts each power source (fuses, fusible links, and circuit breakers) transmits current to. In the Power Source circuit diagram, the conditions when battery power is supplied to each system are explained. Since all System Circuit diagrams start from the power source, the power source system must be fully understood.

J POWER SOURCE (Current Flow Chart)

The chart below shows the route by which current flows from the battery to each electrical source (Fusible Link, Circuit Breaker, Fuse, etc.) and other parts.

10A ECU–B Short Pin 2 2 7.5A DOME 15A EFI Battery 30A AM2 2 Fusible
10A ECU–B
Short Pin
2
2
7.5A DOME
15A EFI
Battery
30A AM2
2
Fusible Link Block
6
10A HAZARD
2
20A RADIO NO.1
Starter
S 2
10A HORN
100A ALT
6
60A ABS
5

Engine Room R/B (See Page 20)

Fuse System Page 194 187 20A STOP ABS ABS and Traction Control Cruise Control Electronically
Fuse
System
Page
194
187
20A
STOP
ABS
ABS and Traction Control
Cruise Control
Electronically Controlled Transmission
Multiplex Communication System
180
166
210
230
112
10A
DOME
Cigarette Lighter
Combination Meter
Headlight
Interior Light
Key Reminder and Seat Belt Warning
Light Auto Turn Off
Theft Deterrent and Door Lock Control
214
122

Power Source

40A DOOR LOCK CB 1.25B FL MAIN W W W–L 1 2 E 6 1
40A DOOR LOCK CB
1.25B FL MAIN
W
W
W–L
1
2
E
6
1
1
Battery
W
7.5A DOME
R
3
EA2
1
EA1
I 1
2
1
50A MAIN
7
B
W
W
W
E
7
2
2
EB1
I I 2
2
1
W
1
6
B
7.5A AM2
W–R
E
7
2
2
EB1
2
1
15A HAZ–RADIO
W
TAIL
2
Relay
INJECTION Relay
I 8
4
3
B–O
W–B
8
4
Ignition SW
1
3
2
2
1
1
B
B–W
2
4
E
7
2
2
G
1
15A TAIL
G
STARTER Relay
1
B
3 W–B
3
2
2
1 2
B
4 B–W
B–Y
20A DEFOG
W–R
E
7
2
2 2
1
1
B–Y
15A RAD CIG
P–L
1
1
W
W
BBBBB
W
W–R
IG2
AM2
W
ACC
WW
W
AM1
IG1
G–W

The system shown here is an EXAMPLE ONLY. It is different to the actual circuit shown in the SYSTEM CIRCUITS SECTION.

B HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL

K CONNECTOR LIST

[A] I14 I15 I16 J1 J2 Dark Gray Gray Black A A ABB D D
[A]
I14
I15
I16
J1
J2
Dark Gray
Gray
Black
A
A
ABB
D
D
1
2
1
2
1
2
A
A
A
A
A A BCCC
D
D
678
[B]
J3
J4
K1
K2
L1
Dark Gray
A
A
A
ABB
D
D
1
A
A
A
A
A
1
2
1
2
AA BCCC
D
D
L2
L3
L4
M1
M2
M3
[C]
Gray
Black
12
3
4
5
1
2
1
1
6 7
8 9 101112
3456
7
8
2
1
1
2
3
4
2
[D]
M4
N1
N2
O1
O2
Gray
Gray
Black
Dark Gray
1
2
34
1
23
1
5
6
1
2
1
7
8
9
10
[A]
: Indicates connector to be connected to a part. (The numeral indicates the pin No.)
[B]
: Junction Connector
Indicates a connector which is connected to a short terminal.
Junction Connector Same Color Short Terminal
Junction Connector
Same Color
Short Terminal

Junction connector in this manual include a short terminal which is connected to a number of wire harnesses. Always perform inspection with the short terminal installed. (When installing the wire harnesses, the harnesses can be connected to any position within the short terminal grouping. Accordingly, in other vehicles, the same position in the short terminal may be connected to a wire harness from a different part.) Wire harness sharing the same short terminal grouping have the same color.

[C]

: Parts Code The first letter of the code is taken from the first letter of part, and the numbers indicates its order in parts which start with the same letter.

[D]

: Connector Color Connectors not indicated are milky white in color.

B

L PART NUMBER OF CONNECTORS Code Part Name Part Number Code Part Name Part Number
L PART NUMBER OF CONNECTORS
Code
Part Name
Part Number
Code
Part Name
Part Number
A
1 A/C Ambient Temp. Sensor
90980–11070
D
4
Diode (Courtesy)
90980–11608
A
2 A/C Condenser Fan Motor
90980–11237
D
5
Diode (Interior Light)
90980–10962
A
3 A/C Condenser Fan Relay
90980–10940
D
6
Diode (Moon Roof)
90980–11608
A
4 A/C Condenser Fan Resistor
90980–10928
D
7
Door Lock Control Relay
90980–10848
A
5 A/C Magnetic Clutch
90980–11271
D
8
Door Lock Control SW LH
90980–11148
A
6 A/T Oil Temp.
Sensor
90980–11413
D
9
Door Lock Control SW RH
[A]
A
7
ABS Actuator
[B]
90980–11151
[C]
D10
Door Courtesy SW LH
90980–11097
A
8 ABS Actuator
90980–11009
D11
Door Courtesy SW RH
A
9 ABS Speed Sensor Front LH
90980–10941
D12
Door Courtesy SW Front LH
A10
ABS Speed Sensor Front RH
90980–11002
D13
Door Courtesy SW Front RH
90980–11156
A11
Airbag Sensor Front LH
D14
Door Courtesy SW Rear LH
90980–11856
A12
Airbag Sensor Front RH
D15
Door Courtesy SW Rear RH
A13
Airbag Squib
90980–11194
D16
Door Key Lock and Unlock SW LH
90980–11170
90980–11070
D17
Door Key Lock and Unlock SW RH

[A]

: Part Code

[B]

: Part Name

[C]

: Part Number Toyota Part Number are indicated.

Not all of the above part numbers of the connector are established for the supply.

C TROUBLESHOOTING

SW 2

To Ignition SW IG Terminal Fuse [A] SW 1 Voltmeter [B] Relay [C] Solenoid
To Ignition SW
IG Terminal
Fuse
[A]
SW 1
Voltmeter
[B]
Relay
[C]
Solenoid
Ohmmeter SW
Ohmmeter
SW
Ohmmeter Diode

Ohmmeter

Diode

Digital Type

Digital Type Analog Type

Analog Type

Digital Type Analog Type

VOLTAGE CHECK

(a)

Establish conditions in which voltage is present at the check point.

Example:

 
 

[A]

– Ignition SW on

[B]

– Ignition SW and SW 1 on

[C]

– Ignition SW, SW 1 and Relay on (SW 2 off)

(b)

Using a voltmeter, connect the negative lead to a good ground point or negative battery terminal, and the positive lead to the connector or component terminal. This check can be done with a test light instead of a voltmeter.

CONTINUITY AND RESISTANCE CHECK

(a)

Disconnect the battery terminal or wire so there is no voltage between the check points.

(b)

Contact the two leads of an ohmmeter to each of the check points.

If the circuit has diodes, reverse the two leads and check again. When contacting the negative lead to the diode positive side and the positive lead to the negative side, there should be continuity. When contacting the two leads in reverse, there should be no continuity.

(c)

Use a volt/ohmmeter with high impedance (10 k/V minimum) for troubleshooting of the electrical circuit.

C

To Ignition SW IG Terminal Test Light Fuse Case Short [A] SW 1 Short [B]
To Ignition SW
IG Terminal
Test Light
Fuse Case
Short [A]
SW 1
Short [B]
Disconnect
Disconnect
Light
Relay
Short [C]
Disconnect
SW 2
Solenoid

FINDING A SHORT CIRCUIT

(a)

Remove the blown fuse and disconnect all loads of the fuse.

(b)

Connect a test light in place of the fuse.

(c)

Establish conditions in which the test light comes on.

Example:

[A]

– Ignition SW on

[B]

– Ignition SW and SW 1 on

[C]

– Ignition SW, SW 1 and Relay on (Connect the Relay) and SW 2 off (or Disconnect SW 2)

(d)

Disconnect and reconnect the connectors while watching the test light. The short lies between the connector where the test light stays lit and the connector where the light goes out.

(e)

Find the exact location of the short by lightly shaking the problem wire along the body.

CAUTION:

(a)

Do not open the cover or the case of the ECU unless absolutely necessary. (If the IC terminals are touched, the IC may be destroyed by static electricity.)

(b)

When replacing the internal mechanism (ECU part) of the digital meter, be careful that no part of your body or clothing comes in contact with the terminals of leads from the IC, etc. of the replacement part (spare part).

DISCONNECTION OF MALE AND FEMALE CONNECTORS

To pull apart the connectors, pull on the connector itself, not the wire harness.

HINT : Check to see what kind of connector you are disconnecting before pulling apart.

Pull Up Pull Up
Pull Up
Pull Up
Pull Up Pull Up Press Down Press Down

Press Down

Pull Up Pull Up Press Down Press Down

Press Down

C TROUBLESHOOTING

Reference: (mm)
Reference:
(mm)
Example: Up Tool (Case 1)
Example:
Up
Tool
(Case 1)

Terminal Retainer

Terminal Retainer [Retainer at Full Lock Position] Terminal Stopper Retainer
Terminal Retainer
[Retainer at Full Lock Position]
Terminal
Stopper
Retainer

[Retainer at Temporary Lock Position]

Example: Secondary (Case 2) Locking Device
Example:
Secondary
(Case 2)
Locking Device

HOW TO REPLACE TERMINAL (with terminal retainer or secondary locking device)

1. PREPARE THE SPECIAL TOOL

HINT : To remove the terminal from the c onnector, please construct and use the special tool or like object shown on the left.

2. DISCONNECT CONNECTOR

3. DISENGAGE THE SECONDARY LOCKING DEVICE OR

TERMINAL RETAINER.

(a)

Locking device must be disengaged before the terminal locking clip can be released and the terminal removed from the connector.

(b)

Use a special tool or the terminal pick to unlock the secondary locking device or terminal retainer.

NOTICE:

Do not remove the terminal retainer from connector body.

[A] For Non–Waterproof Type Connector

HINT : The needle insertion position varies according to the

connector’s shape (number of terminals etc.), so

check the position before inserting it.

”Case 1”

Raise the terminal retainer up to the temporary lock

position.

”Case 2”

Open the secondary locking device.

C

Tool Tab Tab
Tool
Tab
Tab
Example: Terminal (Case 1) Retainer Tool Tool Access Hole [Male] ( Mark) [Female]
Example:
Terminal
(Case 1)
Retainer
Tool
Tool
Access Hole
[Male]
(
Mark)
[Female]
Retainer at Full Lock Position
Retainer
at Full Lock Position

Retainer at Temporary Lock Position

[Male]

[Female]

Example: Terminal Retainer (Case 2) Tool Tool Press Down Press Down [Male] [Female]
Example:
Terminal Retainer
(Case 2)
Tool
Tool
Press Down
Press Down
[Male]
[Female]

[B] For Waterproof Type Connector

HINT : Terminal retainer color is different according to connector body.

Example:

Terminal Retainer : Connector Body

Black or White Black or White Gray or White

: Gray : Dark Gray : Black

”Case 1” Type where terminal retainer is pulled up to the temporary lock position (Pull Type).

Insert the special tool into the terminal retainer access hole ( Mark) and pull the terminal retainer up to the temporary lock position.

HINT : The needle insertion position varies according to the connector’s shape (Number of terminals etc.), so check the position before inserting it.

”Case 2” Type which cannot be pulled as far as Power Lock insert the tool straight into the access hole of terminal retainer as shown.

C TROUBLESHOOTING

Retainer at Full Lock Position Retainer at Temporary Lock Position [Male] [Female]
Retainer at
Full Lock Position
Retainer at
Temporary Lock Position
[Male]
[Female]
Locking Lug Tool
Locking Lug
Tool
Locking Lug Tool
Temporary Lock Position [Male] [Female] Locking Lug Tool Push the terminal retainer down to the temporary
Temporary Lock Position [Male] [Female] Locking Lug Tool Push the terminal retainer down to the temporary
Temporary Lock Position [Male] [Female] Locking Lug Tool Push the terminal retainer down to the temporary

Push the terminal retainer down to the temporary lock position.

(c) Release the locking lug from terminal and pull the terminal out from rear.

4. INSTALL TERMINAL TO CONNECTOR

(a) Insert the terminal.

HINT:

1.

Make sure the terminal is positioned correctly.

2.

Insert the terminal until the locking lug locks firmly.

3.

Insert the terminal with terminal retainer in the temporary lock position.

(b)

Push the secondary locking device or terminal retainer in to the full lock position.

5. CONNECT CONNECTOR

ABBREVIATIONS D

ABBREVIATIONS

The following abbreviations are used in this manual.

2WD

=

Two Wheel Drive Vehicles

4WD

=

Four Wheel Drive Vehicles

A/C

=

Air Conditioner

A/T

=

Automatic Transmission

ABS

=

Anti–Lock Brake System

ADD

=

Automatic Disconnecting Differential

CAN

=

Controller Area Network

CD

=

Compact Disc

DLC3

=

Data Link Connector 3

ECT

=

Electronic Control Transmission

ECU

=

Electronic Control Unit

EDU

=

Electronic Driving Unit

EGR

=

Exhaust Gas Recirculation

IC

=

Integrated Circuit

INT

=

Intermittent

J/B

=

Junction Block

LCD

=

Liquid Crystal Display

LH

=

Left–Hand

M/T

=

Manual Transmission

R/B

=

Relay Block

RH

=

Right–Hand

SRS

=

Supplemental Restraint System

SW

=

Switch

TEMP.

=

Temperature

VRV

=

Vacuum Regulating Valve

VSV

=

Vacuum Switching Valve

w/

=

With

w/o

=

Without

The titles given inside the components are the names of the terminals (terminal codes) and are not treated as being abbreviations.

E GLOSSARY OF TERMS AND SYMBOLS

BATTERY Stores chemical energy and converts it into electrical energy. Provides DC current for the

BATTERY Stores chemical energy and converts it into electrical energy. Provides DC current for the auto’s various electrical circuits.

DC current for the auto’s various electrical circuits. GROUND The point at which wiring attaches to

GROUND The point at which wiring attaches to the Body, thereby providing a return path for an electrical circuit; without a ground, current cannot flow.

CAPACITOR (Condenser)

 

HEADLIGHTS

small holding unit for temporary A storage of electrical voltage.

small holding unit for temporary

A

storage of electrical voltage.

1. Current flow causes a headlight filament to heat up and emit light. A headlight

1. Current flow causes a headlight filament to heat up and emit light. A headlight may have either a single (1) filament or a double (2) filament

SINGLE

FILAMENT

CIGARETTE LIGHTER An electric resistance heating element.

CIGARETTE LIGHTER An electric resistance heating element.

2. DOUBLE FILAMENT

2. DOUBLE

FILAMENT

 
CIRCUIT BREAKER Basically a reusable fuse, a circuit breaker will heat and open if too

CIRCUIT BREAKER Basically a reusable fuse, a circuit breaker will heat and open if too much current flows through it. Some units automatically reset when cool, others must be manually reset.

reset when cool, others must be manually reset. HORN An electric device which sounds a loud

HORN An electric device which sounds a loud audible signal.

DIODE

DIODE IGNITION COIL Converts low–voltage DC current into high–voltage ignition current for firing the spark plugs.

IGNITION COIL Converts low–voltage DC current into high–voltage ignition current for firing the spark plugs.

A

semiconductor which allows

current flow in only one direction.

current flow in only one direction.

DIODE, ZENER

 

LIGHT Current flow through a filament causes the filament to heat up and emit light.

A

diode which allows current flow in one

direction but blocks reverse flow only up to it a a specific voltage. Above that potential, passes the excess voltage. This acts

to

it

a

a specific voltage. Above that potential,

passes the excess voltage. This acts as

simple voltage regulator.

it a a specific voltage. Above that potential, passes the excess voltage. This acts as simple

PHOTODIODE The photodiode is a semiconductor which controls the current flow according to the amount of light.PHOTODIODE

controls the current flow according to the amount of light. LED (LIGHT EMITTING DIODE) Upon current

LED (LIGHT EMITTING DIODE) Upon current flow, these diodes emit light without producing the heat of a comparable light.

DISTRIBUTOR, IIA Channels high–voltage current from the ignition coil to the individual spark plugs.

DISTRIBUTOR, IIA Channels high–voltage current from the ignition coil to the individual spark plugs.

from the ignition coil to the individual spark plugs. METER, ANALOG Current flow activates a magnetic

METER, ANALOG Current flow activates a magnetic coil which causes a needle to move, thereby providing a relative display against a background calibration.

FUSE thin metal strip which burns through when too much current flows through it, thereby

FUSE

thin metal strip which burns through

when too much current flows through it, thereby stopping current flow and protecting a circuit from damage.

A

FUSIBLE LINK

 

METER, DIGITAL Current flow activates one or many LED’s, LCD’s, or fluorescent displays, which provide a relative or digital display.

FUEL
FUEL
 

(for Medium Current Fuse)

A

heavy–gauge wire placed in high

M
M

MOTOR A power unit which converts

electrical energy into mechanical energy, especially rotary motion.

(for High Current Fuse or Fusible Link) amperage circuits which burns through on overloads, thereby

(for High Current Fuse or Fusible Link)

amperage circuits which burns through on overloads, thereby protecting the circuit. The numbers indicate the crosssection surface area of the wires.

E

RELAY Basically, an electrically operated NORMALLY 1. switch which may be normally closed (1) or
RELAY
Basically, an electrically operated
NORMALLY
1. switch which may be normally
closed (1) or open (2).
Current flow through a small coil
creates a magnetic field which either
opens or closes an attached switch.
CLOSED
SPEAKER
An electromechanical device which
creates sound waves from current
flow.
2. NORMALLY
SWITCH, MANUAL
OPEN
Opens and closes
1. NORMALLY
OPEN
circuits, thereby
stopping (1) or
allowing (2) current
flow.
RELAY, DOUBLE THROW
A relay which passes current
through one set of contacts or the
other.
2. NORMALLY
CLOSED
RESISTOR
An electrical component with a fixed
resistance, placed in a circuit to
reduce voltage to a specific value.
SWITCH, DOUBLE THROW
A
switch which continuously passes
current through one set of contacts
or
the other.
RESISTOR, TAPPED
SWITCH, IGNITION
A
resistor which supplies two or
A
key operated switch with several
more different non adjustable
resistance values.
positions which allows various
circuits, particularly the primary
ignition circuit, to become
operational.
RESISTOR, VARIABLE or RHEOSTAT
A
controllable resistor with a variable
rate of resistance.
Also called a potentiometer or
rheostat.
SENSOR (Thermistor)
A
resistor which varies its resistance
SWITCH, WIPER PARK
Automatically returns wipers to the
with temperature.
stop position when the wiper switch
is
turned off.
SENSOR, SPEED
Uses magnetic impulses to open
and close a switch to create a signal
for activation of other components.
TRANSISTOR
A
solidstate device typically used as
an electronic relay; stops or passes
(Reed Switch Type)
current depending on the voltage
applied at ”base”.
SHORT PIN
Used to provide an unbroken
connection within a junction block.
WIRES
(1) NOT
CONNECTED
SOLENOID
An electromagnetic coil which forms
a
magnetic field when current flows,
(2) SPLICED
to
move a plunger, etc.
Wires are always drawn as
straight lines on wiring
diagrams.
Crossed wires (1) without a
black dot at the junction are
not joined;
crossed wires (2) with a
black dot or octagonal (
mark at the junction are
spliced (joined)
connections.
)

F RELAY LOCATIONS

[Engine Compartment]

Skid Control ECU with Actuator

Skid Control ECU with Actuator Injector Driver (EDU) Engine Room R/B Engine Room J/B

Injector Driver

(EDU)

Engine Room R/B Engine Room J/B

F

[Instrument Panel]

Engine ECU

Transponder Key ECU

Shift Lock Airbag Sensor
Shift Lock
Airbag Sensor

A/C Amplifier

Control ECU

Assembly Center

Driver Side J/B

Theft Warning ECU

4WD Control ECU

R/B No.3

Transmission Control ECU

Turn Signal Flasher

Transponder Key

Amplifier

F RELAY LOCATIONS

1
1
F RELAY LOCATIONS 1 : Engine Room R/B E Engine Compartment Left (See Page 20) i

: Engine Room R/B

E

Engine Compartment Left (See Page 20)

i

C

L

f

S

P

20

: Engine Room J/B

(Inner Circuit : See Page 26)

* 1:100A ALT (for High Current) * 2:80A GLOW (for High Current) * 3:50A BATT
*
1:100A ALT (for High Current)
*
2:80A GLOW (for High Current)
*
3:50A BATT P/I (for High Current)
*
4:30A AM2 (for High Current)
*
5:40A MAIN (for High Current)
*
6:40A ABS NO.1 (for High Current)
*
7:40A FR HTR (for High Current)
*
8:30A ABS NO.2 (for High Current)
*1
*2
*3
*4
*6
Unit C
*5
*7
*8
1 15A
2
FOG
Unit A
1 10A
2
HORN
17.5A 2
2
20A
1
ALT-S
H-LP RH
1
15A
2
2
20A
1
TURN-HAZ
H-LP LH
1 25A
2
EFI
17.5A 2
ECU-B
130A
2
115A
2
DCC
RAD
17.5A 2
DOME
Unit D
Unit B

F

(from Engine Room Main Wire)

(from Engine Room Main Wire)

Unit A 1 2 1 2 3 4 3 4 1B 1C 3 4 3
Unit A
1
2
1
2
3
4
3
4
1B
1C
3
4
3 4
Back View
1
2
1 2
Side View
Top View
Side View
1E
1F
1G
1A
1
1
1
1

(from Engine Wire) Wire Coler : B

(from Engine Room Main Wire) Wire Coler : B

(from Engine Room Main Wire) Wire Coler : B

(from Engine Room Main Wire) Wire Coler : W

Unit D

F RELAY LOCATIONS

1 : Engine Room R/B Engine Compartment Left (See Page 20) E i C L
1
: Engine Room R/B
Engine Compartment Left (See Page 20)
E
i
C
L
f
S
P
20
: Engine Room J/B
(Inner Circuit : See Page 27)
Unit B
Top View
Back View
1
1
2
2
3
1I
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
(from Engine Room
Main Wire)
1
1
2
2
3
3
1J
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
(from Engine Room
Main Wire)
1H
1
1
(from Engine Room
Main Wire)
Unit C
1
5
3
ST Relay
2
5
GLOW Relay
2
1
3

Memo

F RELAY LOCATIONS

[Engine Room R/B and Engine Room J/B Inner Circuit]

Unit A 1 1E 1 1F 100A ALT 80A GLOW 1 1G 50A BATT P/I
Unit A
1
1E
1
1F
100A ALT
80A GLOW
1
1G
50A BATT P/I
3
1B
30A AM2
40A ABS NO.1
4
1B
2
1B
40A MAIN
40A FR HTR
3
1C
1
1C
30A ABS NO.2
2
1C
1
1A
Unit D
1
2
1
2
1
30A DCC
7.5A ECU-B
1
2
1
15A RAD
2
1
1
2
1
1
7.5A ALT-S
7.5A DOME
2
1
1
15A TURN-HAZ
1
2
1
20A H-LP RH
1
2
1
1
20A H-LP LH

F

1

Unit B 1 1I FOG Relay 1 2 1H 4 1I 15A FOG 3 1I
Unit B
1
1I
FOG Relay
1
2
1H
4
1I
15A FOG
3
1I
2
1I
5
1I
HORN Relay
1
2
8
1I
10A HORN
7
1I
6
1I
1
1J
MAIN Relay
1
2
4
1J
25A EFI
3
1J
2
1J
5
1J
EDU Relay
8
1J
7
1J
6
1J

F RELAY LOCATIONS

F RELAY LOCATIONS : Driver Side J/B Instrument Panel Brace RH (See Page 21) Yellow 123456

: Driver Side J/B

Instrument Panel Brace RH (See Page 21)

Yellow

123456 6 5 4 3 78 9 10 2 1 (from Instrument (from Instrument Panel
123456
6
5
4
3
78
9
10
2
1
(from Instrument (from Instrument
Panel Wire)
Panel Wire)
2B
2A
2
1
14
7
6543
13
2I
6
12
5
11
4
2C
10
3
1
2
6
9
345
2
7
8
91011
12
8
654321
1
10 9
8 7
(from Instrument
(from Floor Wire)
Panel Wire)
2D
1
14
14
14
2 34567 8 9
1
6 543 2
7
7
7
9
1011
8 76543 2 1
1213141516 1718
121110 9
8 7
13
13
13
18
17161514131211 10
6
6
6
12
12
12
(from Instrument
5
5
2J
5
Panel Wire)
7.5A
11
11
11
4
4
4
ST
10
5
10
10
2E
3
3
3
4
10A
9
9
9
5
3
1
2
2
2
4
2
A/C
8
8
8
3
2
1
1
1
1
7.5A
2
1
MET
15A
15A
(from Engine Room
Main Wire)
(from Roof Wire)
INJ
CIG
14
14
14
7
7
7
14
1
7.5A
7.5A
13
2F
13
13
7
1
6
6
6
13
OBD
ACC
12
12
12
6
2
5
5
5
2M
12
10A
7.5A
11
11
11
5
4
4
4
11
STOP
IGN
(from Engine Room
Main Wire)
10
10
10
4
2
1
3
3
3
10
10A
20A
9
9
9
3
4
3
TAIL
WIP
2
2
2
9
8
8
8
2
2G
15A
10A
1
1
1
8
1
PWR OUT
ECU-IG&GAUGE
1
(from Engine Room
Main Wire)
(from Engine Room
Main Wire)
2H
2K
2L
Black
Black
1
1
8
8
2 2
4
3
9
9
3 3
2
1
10
10
4 4
11
11
5 5
12
12
(from Floor Wire)
6 6
13
13
7 7
14
14
(from Floor Wire)
(from Engine Room
Main Wire)

F

17 1 25 9 18 2 26 10 19 3 27 11 20 4 28
17 1
25
9
18 2
26
10
19 3
27
11
20 4
28
12
21 5
29
13
22 6
30
14
23 7
31
15
24 8
32
16
(from Instrument
Panel Wire)
2O
PWR OUT Relay
40A AM1
(for High Current)
Gray
1
1
40A IG1
32
16
32
16
8
8
24
24
(for High Current)
31
15
31
15
2
2
16
32
23
7
23
7
8
24
30
14
30
14
3
15
31
HTR Relay
6
2N
22
22
6
7
23
5
29
13
29
13
14
30
21
5
21
5
6
22
1
2
28
12
28
12
3
13
29
20
4
20
4
5
Gray
21
27
11
27
11
12
28
19
3
19
3
1
2
4
20
26
10
26
10
11
27
18
2
18
2
16
32
3
19
25
9
25
9
5
8
24
10
26
17
1
17
1
15
31
2
18
7
23
9
25
14
30
1
17
6
22
2Q
13
29
5
21
(from Instrument
32
16
12
32
16
28
8
4
20
Panel Wire)
24
8
24
31
15
15
11
31
27
18
23
7
7
3
23
19
14
14
17
10
26
30
30
2
18
22
6
22
6
16
9
25
29
13
29
13
1
17
21
5
21
5
15
28
12
28
12
4
14
16
32
20
20
4
8
24
27
11
27
11
13
(from Instrument
15
19
3
3
31
19
2P
23
10
12
Panel Wire)
7
26
26
10
14
30
18
2
18
2
11
6
22
25
9
25
9
13
17
1
17
1
29
10
5
21
9
12
28
4
20
8
11
27
7
3
19
10
26
32
16
32
16
6
2
18
8
8
24
24
9
25
31
15
31
15
5
Integration Relay
1
17
23
7
23
7
4
30
14
30
14
22
6
22
6
3
29
13
29
13
(from Instrument
2
21
5
21
5
Panel Wire)
28
12
28
12
1
20
4
20
4
27
11
27
11
19
3
19
3
26
10
26
10
18
2
18
2
25
9
25
9
17
1
17
1
2R
2S
Gray
17 1
17 1
9
25 25
9
18 2
18 2
10
26 26
10
19 3
19 3
11
27 27
11
20 4
20 4
12
28 28
12
21 5
21 5
13
29 29
13
22 6
22 6
14
30 30
14
23 7
23 7
15
31 31
15
24 8
24 8
16
32 32
16
(from Instrument
(from Instrument
Panel Wire)
Panel Wire)

F RELAY LOCATIONS

[Driver Side J/B Inner Circuit]

18 2P 2 2J 2 2P 2 2I 18 2Q 10A A/C 1 2E 2
18
2P
2
2J
2
2P
2
2I
18
2Q
10A A/C
1
2E
2
2Q
9
2D
3
2A
4
5 3
1
2F
5
2A
1 2
2
2E
13
2D
HTR Relay
15
2D
17
2D
16
2D
PWR OUT Relay
18
2D
15A PWR OUT
5
3
23
2P
1
2B
7
2P
1
2
2
2B
23
2Q
24
2N
7
2Q
8
2N
7
2J
24
2O
7
2I
7.5A ACC
8
2O
12
2C
23
2N
15A CIG
1
2C
10A TAIL
7
2N
5
2C
23
2O
7.5A OBD
7
2O
14
2D
10A STOP
1
2G
2
2F
2
2C
1
2
2
2H
3
2C
40A IG1
1
2
4
2C
2
2A
40A AM1
1
2H
6
2A
5
2E
10A ECU-IG&GAUGE
26
2R
32
2R
20A WIP
10
2R
16
2R
26
2S
32
2S
10
2S
16
2S
9
2L
31
2R
9
2M
15
2R
9
2K
31
2S
30
2R
15
2S
14
2R
14
2L
30
2S
14
2M
14
2S
14
2K

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F

(Cont'd)

20 2R 13 2L 4 2R 13 2M 20 2S 13 2K 4 2S 4
20
2R
13
2L
4
2R
13
2M
20
2S
13
2K
4
2S
4
2L
25
2R
4
2M
9
2R
4
2K
25
2S
8
2L
9
2S
8
2M
19
2N
8
2K
3
2N
19
2O
7.5A ST
7
2C
3
2O
22
2R
7.5A IGN
6
2C
6
2R
3
2B
22
2S
21
2N
6
2S
5
2N
6
2L
21
2O
6
2M
5
2O
6
2K
8
2C
8
2B
7.5A MET
9
2C
1
2D
10
2C
10
2D
11
2C
11
2D
24
2R
12
2D
8
2R
4
2B
24
2S
21
2P
8
2S
5
2P
25
2P
21
2Q
9
2P
5
2Q
25
2Q
5
2J
9
2Q
5
2I
8
2J
7
2B
8
2I
22
2P
4
2E
6
2P
32
2N
22
2Q
16
2N
6
2Q
32
2O
6
2J
16
2O
6
2I

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F RELAY LOCATIONS

[Driver Side J/B Inner Circuit]

(Cont'd)

6 1 GND 5 17 4 2H ALTB 26 2N 8 7 2D 10 2N
6
1
GND
5
17
4
2H
ALTB
26
2N
8
7
2D
10
2N
9
6
2D
26
2O
10
5
2D
10
2O
11
18
4
2D
UL1
25
2N
3
2D
9
2N
12
2
2D
25
2O
13
3
2E
9
2O
2
31
2N
ACT-
27
2R
15
2N
11
2R
31
2O
27
2S
15
2O
11
2S
Integration Relay
30
2N
10
2L
14
2N
10
2M
30
2O
10
2K
3
14
2O
ACT+
28
2R
14
1
2A
L1
12
2R
4
2A
28
2S
15
28
2N
ILE
12
2S
12
2N
11
2L
28
2O
11
2M
12
2O
11
2K
4
16
27
2N
DCTY
BECU
29
2R
11
2N
13
2R
27
2O
29
2S
11
2O
13
2S
22
2N
12
2L
6
2N
12
2M
22
2O
12
2K
6
2O
20
2N
29
2N
4
2N
13
2N
20
2O
29
2O
4
2O
13
2O

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F

(Cont'd)

20 2P 24 2P 4 2P 8 2P 20 2Q 24 2Q 4 2Q 8
20
2P
24
2P
4
2P
8
2P
20
2Q
24
2Q
4
2Q
8
2Q
4
2J
29
2P
4
2I
13
2P
26
2P
29
2Q
10
2P
13
2Q
26
2Q
12
2J
10
2Q
12
2I
9
2J
28
2P
9
2I
12
2P
18
2N
28
2Q
2
2N
12
2Q
18
2O
11
2J
2
2O
11
2I
17
2N
19
2P
1
2N
3
2P
17
2O
19
2Q
1
2O
3
2Q
32
2P
3
2J
16
2P
3
2I
32
2Q
27
2P
16
2Q
11
2P
31
2P
27
2Q
15
2P
11
2Q
31
2Q
10
2J
15
2Q
10
2I
14
2J
17
2P
14
2I
1
2P
30
2P
17
2Q
14
2P
1
2Q
30
2Q
1
2J
14
2Q
1
2I
13
2J
13
2I

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F RELAY LOCATIONS

[Driver Side J/B Inner Circuit]

(Cont'd)

23 2R 18 2R 7 2R 2 2R 23 2S 18 2S 7 2S 2
23
2R
18
2R
7
2R
2
2R
23
2S
18
2S
7
2S
2
2S
7
2L
2
2L
7
2M
2
2M
7
2K
2
2K
21
2R
17
2R
5
2R
1
2R
21
2S
17
2S
5
2S
1
2S
5
2L
1
2L
5
2M
1
2M
5
2K
1
2K
19
2R
3
2R
19
2S
3
2S
3
2L
3
2M
3
2K

F

3
3

: R/B No.3

Cowl Side Panel LH (See Page 21)

1 1 2 2 1 5 3 2 1 5 3 2 2 1 DOOR
1
1
2
2
1
5
3
2
1
5
3
2
2
1
DOOR
25A
DEF
20A

30A PWR (for High Current)

IG1 Relay

DEF Relay

G ELECTRICAL WIRING ROUTING Position of Parts in Engine Compartment A2 F5 F6 B1 F8
G ELECTRICAL WIRING ROUTING
Position of Parts in Engine Compartment
A2
F5
F6
B1
F8
E1
F7
E2
G1
E4
B3
B2
I3
A4
I1
A8
I2
A7
F10
H2
F4
F3
I4
H1
C3
A6
A1
H4
A3
E3
F9
F11
H3
C4
C1
A5
C2
F2

A

1 A/C Compressor

F

2 Fog Lamp (Front LH)

A

2 A/T Fluid Temp. Sensor

F

3 Fog Lamp (Front RH)

A

3 ADD Actuator

F

4 Fuel Filter Warning SW

A

4 Air Flow Meter

F

5 Fuel Injector (No.1)

A

5 Airbag Sensor (Front LH)

F

6 Fuel Injector (No.2)

A

6 Airbag Sensor (Front RH)

F

7 Fuel Injector (No.3)

A

7 Alternator

F

8 Fuel Injector (No.4)

A

8 Alternator

F

9 Fuel Pressure Sensor

B

1 Back–Up Lamp SW

F 10 Fuel Sedimenter Level Warning SW F 11 Fuel Temp. Sensor

B

2 Brake Fluid Level Warning SW

B

3 Brake Vacuum Warning SW

G

1 Glow Plug

C

1 Camshaft Position Sensor

H

1 Headlamp (LH)

C

2 Clearance Lamp (Front LH)

H

2 Headlamp (RH)

C

3 Clearance Lamp (Front RH)

H

3 Horn (High)

C

4 Crankshaft Position Sensor

H

4 Horn (Low)

E

1 ECT Solenoid

I

1 Injector Driver (EDU)

E

2 EGR Valve Position Sensor

I

2 Injector Driver (EDU)

E

3 Engine Hood Courtesy SW

I

3 Inlet Air Temp. Sensor (Air Cleaner)

E

4 Engine Oil Pressure Sensor

I

4 Inlet Air Temp. Sensor (Inter Cooler)

G Position of Parts in Engine Compartment (*2) (*5) (*6) (*4) (*1) (*7) (*8) (*3)
G
Position of Parts in Engine Compartment
(*2)
(*5)
(*6)
(*4)
(*1)
(*7)
(*8)
(*3)
W3
N1
T9
T2
T3
T4
S3
T4
T5
T7
S3
S3
T9
T6
S9
T14
T15
V1
S1
V2
S2
T1
T10
J1
T11
S7
T13
T12
P1
*
1:A/T
*
2:2KD-FTV w/o Inter Cooler
*
3:Except *2
*
4:A/T 4WD
*
5:M/T 4WD
*
6:4WD, M/T 2WD w/ Inter Cooler
*
7:M/T 2WD w/o Inter Cooler
*
8:A/T 2WD
S5
W1
S6
S8
S4
W2

J

1 Junction Connector

T

1 Throttle Body Assembly

 

T

2 Throttle Body Assembly

N

1 Neutral Start SW

T

3 Transfer Indicator SW (4WD Position)

 

T

4 Transfer Indicator SW (L4 Position)

P

1 Pressure SW

T

5 Transfer Indicator SW (Neutral Position)

 

T

6 Transmission Revolution Sensor (Input)

S

1 Security Horn

T

7 Transmission Revolution Sensor (Output)

S

2 Skid Control ECU with Actuator

T

9 Turbo Pressure Sensor

S

3 Speed Sensor

T

10 Turbocharger Variable Nozzle Motor

S

4 Speed Sensor (Front LH)

T

11 Turbocharger Variable Nozzle Sensor

S

5 Speed Sensor (Front RH)

T

12 Turn Signal Lamp (Front LH)

S

6 Starter

T

13 Turn Signal Lamp (Front RH)

S

7 Starter

T

14 Turn Signal Lamp (Front Side LH)

S

8 Suction Control Valve

T

15 Turn Signal Lamp (Front Side RH)

S

9 Swirl Control Valve

 

V

1 VRV (EGR)

V

2 VSV (EGR Cut Valve)

W

1 Water Temp. Sensor

W

2 Windshield Washer Motor

W

3 Windshield Wiper Motor

G ELECTRICAL WIRING ROUTING

Position of Parts in Instrument Panel J11 J12 J7 J8 H5 C7 C11 J19 J18
Position of Parts in Instrument Panel
J11
J12
J7
J8
H5
C7
C11
J19
J18
C12
C8
J4
J5
J3
J2
J23
J6
* 1:w/o Engine
Immobilizer System
E5
C9
F14
J22
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