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ENTRY AND START SYSTEM >
SYSTEM DIAGRAM







Communication table:
Sender Receiver Signal Line
ECM Main body ECU Engine rotation signal CAN
Meter ECU Main body ECU Vehicle speed signal CAN
Steering lock ECU Main body ECU Steering lock/unlock signal LIN
Certification ECU Main body ECU LIN master signal LIN
Main body ECU ID code box ID required signal LIN
Main body ECU Certification ECU Key existence condition signal LIN































ENTRY AND START SYSTEM >
SYSTEM DESCRIPTION




ENTRY AND START DESCRIPTION
1. The entry and start uses a push-type ignition switch, which the driver can operate
by merely carrying the key. This system consists primarily of the main body
ECU, ignition switch, ID code box, steering lock ECU, key, ACC CUT relay, IG1
relay, IG2 relay and certification ECU. The main body ECU controls the system.
This function operates in cooperation with the entry and start system. The table
below shows the transition of the ignition switch, which depends on whether the
clutch pedal is depressed or released.
2. This system has different power source mode patterns depending on the clutch
pedal conditions.


For M/T:
Clutch Pedal Power Source Mode Pattern
Not depressed
Each time ignition switch is pushed
off on (ACC) on (IG) off
Not depressed
When ignition switch is pushed in the engine started condition
Engine started off
Depressed
When ignition switch is pushed once
off engine start
Depressed
When ignition switch is pushed in the on (ACC) condition
on (ACC) engine start
Depressed When ignition switch is pushed in the on (IG) condition
on (IG) engine start
Depressed
When ignition switch is pushed in the engine started condition
Engine started off


For except M/T:
Brake Pedal Shift Lever Power Source Mode Pattern
Depressed N Position
7. When the engine switch is pushed once.
OFF IG ON (after the
engine is started)
N Position
8. Each time the engine switch is pushed.
OFF ACC IG ON
OFF
Not
Depressed
Except N
Position
9. Each time the engine switch is pushed.
OFF ACC IG ON
OFF
- N Position
10. When the engine switch is pushed in the IG-
ON condition.
IG ON (engine is started or not
started) OFF
-
Except N
Position
11. When the engine switch is pushed in the IG-
ON condition.
IG ON (engine is started or not
started) OFF
When the battery of the key is low, the entry and start function can be operated by
holding the key against the ignition switch.


FUNCTION OF COMPONENT


Components Function
Ignition Switch
(Transponder Key
Amplifier)
Transmits ignition switch signal to main body ECU.
Informs driver of power source mode or system
abnormality with indicator light illumination.
Receives ID code and transmits it to certification ECU
when battery of key is low.
Key
Receives signals from oscillators and returns ID code to
entry door control receiver.
Indoor Electrical
Key Oscillator
(Front and Rear)
Receives request signal from certification ECU and forms
detection area in vehicle interior.
Entry Door Control
Receiver
Receives ID code from key and transmits it to certification
ECU.
Main Body ECU
Changes power source mode in 4 stages (off, on (ACC), on
(IG), start) in accordance with state of clutch start switch or
park/neutral start switch.
Controls entry and start function in accordance with signals
received from switches and each ECU.
Certification ECU
Certifies ID code received from entry door control receiver
and transmits certification results to ID code box and
steering lock ECU.
Stop Light Switch
Outputs state of brake pedal to main body ECU.
Clutch Start Switch
(M/T)
Outputs state of clutch pedal to main body ECU.
ID Code Box
Receives steering unlock or engine immobiliser unset
signals from certification ECU, certifies them, and
transmits each unset signal to steering lock ECU or ECM.
ECM
Receives engine start request signal from power source
control ECU, turns ON ST relay, and starts engine.
Receives signal from immobiliser code ECU and performs
engine ignition and injection.


SYSTEM FUNCTION
The electric controls of the entry and start function are described below:


Control Outline
Ignition
Switch
Control
When driver operates ignition switch with key in driver's
possession, certification ECU starts indoor electrical key
oscillator, which transmits request signal to key. Upon receiving
this signal, key transmits ID code signal to main body ECU.
ID code box verifies check results received from certification
ECU via LIN and sends them to main body ECU. Based on these
results, main body ECU authorizes operation of ignition switch.
Diagnosis
When main body ECU detects malfunction, main body ECU
diagnoses and memorizes failed section.


CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION
1. Ignition Switch
Ignition switch consists of a momentary type switch, 3 color (amber, green,
greenish white) LEDs, and transponder key amplifier.
The greenish white LED is for illumination.
The amber and green LEDs are for the indicator lights. The driver can
check the present power source mode and whether the engine can start or
not in accordance with the illumination state of the indicator light.
When the main body ECU detects an abnormality in the entry and start
system, it makes the amber indicator light flash. If the engine stopped in
this state, it might not be possible to restart it.
2. Indicator Light Condition


Ignition switch indicator light condition
Indicator Light Condition
Power Source
Mode/Condition
Clutch pedal released
(M/T)
Brake pedal released
(except M/T)
Clutch pedal depressed
(M/T)
Brake pedal depressed
(except M/T)
Off OFF Illuminates (Green)
On (ACC, IG) Illuminates (Amber) Illuminates (Green)
Engine running OFF OFF
Steering lock not unlocked
Flashes (Green) for 15
seconds
Flashes (Green) for 15
seconds
System malfunction
Flashes (Amber) for 15
seconds
Flashes (Amber) for 15
seconds
Clutch switch malfunction
(M/T)
Flashes (Green) for 15
seconds
Flashes (Green) for 15
seconds
3. Main Body ECU
The main body ECU consists of the IG1 and IG2 relay actuation circuits and
CPU.


WHEN KEY BATTERY IS LOW
1. To operate the entry and start function when the key battery is low, hold the
TOYOTA mark of the key against the ignition switch while depressing the brake
pedal.
2. The main body ECU transmits a key verification request signal from the stop light
switch to the certification ECU.
3. The certification ECU does not receive an ID code response from the smart tuner,
so it actuates the transponder key amplifier built into the ignition switch.
4. The transponder key amplifier outputs an engine immobiliser radio wave to the
key.
5. The key receives the radio wave, and returns a radio wave response to the
transponder key amplifier.
6. The transponder key amplifier combines the key ID codes with the radio wave
response, and transmits it to the certification ECU.
7. The certification ECU judges and verifies the ID code, and transmits a key
verification OK signal to the main body ECU. The buzzer in the combination
meter sounds at the same time.
8. After the buzzer sounds, if the ignition switch is pressed within 5 seconds with the
brake pedal not depressed, the power source mode changes to on (ACC) or on
(IG), the same as in the normal condition.


DIAGNOSIS
The main body ECU can detect malfunctions in the entry and start function when the
power source mode is on (IG).
When the ECU detects a malfunction, the amber indicator light of the ignition switch
flashes to warn the driver. At the same time, the ECU stores the 5-digit DTC (Diagnostic
Trouble Code) in the memory.
The indicator light warning continues for 15 seconds even after the power source
mode is changed to off.
The DTC can be read by connecting the intelligent tester to the DLC3.
The entry and start function cannot be operated if a malfunction occurs.































ENTRY AND START SYSTEM >
HOW TO PROCEED WITH
TROUBLESHOOTING



HINT:
Use these procedures to troubleshoot the push-button start function.
*: Use the intelligent tester.



1.VEHICLE BROUGHT TO WORKSHOP


NEXT



2.INSPECT BATTERY VOLTAGE
Standard voltage:
11 to 14 V
If the voltage is below 11 V, recharge or replace the battery before proceeding.


NEXT



3.INSPECT COMMUNICATION FUNCTION OF LIN COMMUNICATION
SYSTEM*
1. Using the intelligent tester, check if the LIN Communication System is
functioning normally ().
Result
Result Proceed to
DTC is not output A
DTC is output B


B. GO TO DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODE C
A



4.CHECK FOR DTC*
1. Check for DTCs and note down any stored DTCs ( ).
2. Delete the DTC.
3. (c) Check whether the same DTC(s), relevant to the SFI or entry and start
systems, recurs by reproducing the symptoms indicated by the noted DTC(s) in
step (a) above.
Result
Result
Proceed
to
DTC output does not
reoccur
A
SFI system (1KR-FE) DTC
output reoccurs
B
Entry and start system
DTC output reoccurs
C


B. GO TO SFI SYSTEM (1KR-FE)
C. GO TO STEP 7
A



5.PROBLEM SYMPTOMS TABLE


Result
Result Proceed to
Fault is not listed in problem symptoms table A
Fault is listed in problem symptoms table B


B. GO TO STEP 7
A



6.OVERALL ANALYSIS AND TROUBLESHOOTING*
1. Terminals of ECU ()
2. Data List/Active Test ()


NEXT



7.ADJUST, REPAIR OR REPLACE


NEXT



8.CONFIRMATION TEST


NEXT

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ENTRY AND START SYSTEM >
PROBLEM SYMPTOMS TABLE



HINT:
Use the table below to help determine the causes of the problem symptom. The
potential cases of the symptoms are listed in order of probability in the "Suspected
Area" column of the table. Check each symptom by checking the suspected area
in the order they are listed. Replace parts as necessary.


Entry and Start System
Symptom Suspected area
See
page
Ignition Switch Indicator Circuit
Room Oscillator does not Recognize
Key

Ignition Switch
Electrical Key
ID Code Box
Main Body ECU
Power Source Mode does not
Change
Wire Harness
Push-button Start Function DTCs
Power Source Mode does not Change
Steering Lock System
SFI System (1KR-FE)
Ignition Switch
Stop light switch
Park/Neutral position switch
Main Body ECU
Engine does not Start
Wire Harness
Ignition Switch
Main Body ECU
Engine Switch Indicator Circuit
Wire Harness































ENTRY AND START SYSTEM >
PROBLEM SYMPTOMS TABLE



HINT:
Use the table below to help determine the causes of the problem symptom. The
potential cases of the symptoms are listed in order of probability in the "Suspected
Area" column of the table. Check each symptom by checking the suspected area
in the order they are listed. Replace parts as necessary.


Entry and Start System
Symptom Suspected area
See
page
Ignition Switch Indicator Circuit
Room Oscillator does not Recognize
Key

Ignition Switch
Electrical Key (TMC made)
Electrical Key (TMMF made)
ID Code Box
Main Body ECU
Power Source Mode does not
Change
Wire Harness
Entry and Start Function DTCs
Power Source Mode does not Change
Steering Lock System
SFI System (1KR-FE)
Ignition Switch
Stop light switch
Park/Neutral position switch
Main Body ECU
Engine does not Start
Wire Harness
Ignition Switch
Main Body ECU
Engine Switch Indicator Circuit
Wire Harness































ENTRY AND START SYSTEM >
TERMINALS OF ECU




CHECK POWER SOURCE CONTROL ECU






1. Disconnect the 4B, 4D, 4E and D65 ECU connectors.
2. Measure the voltages and resistances of the wire harness side connectors.


Standard
Symbols
(Terminal No.)
Wiring
Color
Terminal
Description
Condition
Specified
Condition
BECU (4B-30) -
Body ground
L - Body
ground
+B power
supply
Always 10 to 14 V
AM1 (D65-1) -
Body ground
O - Body
ground
+B power
supply
Always 10 to 14 V
AM2 (D64-6) -
Body ground
SB - Body
ground
+B power
supply
Always 10 to 14 V
SSW1 (D65-10) -
Body ground
R - Body
ground
Ignition switch
signal
Ignition switch
pushed
Below 1
SSW1 (D65-10) -
Body ground
R - Body
ground
Ignition switch
signal
Ignition switch
not pushed
10 k or
higher
SSW2 (D65-9) -
Body ground
L - Body
ground
Ignition switch
signal
Ignition switch
pushed
Below 1
SSW2 (D65-9) -
Body ground
L - Body
ground
Ignition switch
signal
Ignition switch
not pushed
10 k or
higher
GND1 (4E-17) -
Body ground
W-B - Body
ground
Ground Always Below 1
GND2 (D65-4) -
Body ground
W-B - Body
ground
Ground Always Below 1
LIN1 (4D-9) -
Body ground
P - Body
ground
LIN line Always
10 k or
higher
3. If the result is not as specified, there may be a malfunction on the wire harness
side.
4. Reconnect the 4B, 4D, 4E and D65 ECU connectors.
5. Measure the voltages of the connectors.


Standard voltage
Symbols
(Terminal
No.)
Wiring
Color
Terminal
Description
Condition
Specified
Condition
ACCD (D64-
4) - GND2
(D65-4)
LG -
W-B
ACC signal Ignition switch on (ACC) 10 to 14 V
ACCD (D64-
4) - GND2
(D65-4)
LG -
W-B
ACC signal Ignition switch off Below 1 V
IG2D (D65-5) P - W- IG2 signal Ignition switch on (IG) 10 to 14 V
- GND2
(D65-4)
B
IG2D (D65-5)
- GND2
(D65-4)
P - W-
B
IG2 signal Ignition switch on (ACC) Below 1 V
SLR+ (D64-
7) - GND2
(D65-4)
L - W-
B
Steering lock
motor signal
Steering lock motor
operating
Below 1 V
SLR+ (D64-
7) - GND2
(D65-4)
L - W-
B
Steering lock
motor signal
Steering lock motor does
not operate
10 to 14 V
SLP (D64-18)
- GND2
(D65-4)
GR -
W-B
Steering lock
actuator position
signal
Steering lock locked 10 to 14 V
SLP (D64-18)
- GND2
(D65-4)
GR -
W-B
Steering lock
actuator position
signal
Steering lock released Below 1 V
SPD (4C-8) -
GND2 (D65-
4)
SB -
W-B
Speed signal
from
combination
meter
Ignition switch on (IG),
Rotate driving wheel
slowly
Pulse
generation
(see
waveform
1)
TACH (D66-
2) - GND2
(D65-4)
L - W-
B
Tachometer
signal
Engine running
Pulse
generation
(see
waveform
2)
STSW (D66-
4) - GND2
(D65-4)
B - W-
B
Starter activation
request signal
Clutch pedal (M/T) or
brake pedal (except M/T)
depressed, ignition switch
pushed once
10 to 14 V*
STR (D66-3)
- GND2
(D65-4)
GR -
W-B
Clutch pedal
switch
Clutch pedal (M/T) or
brake pedal (except M/T)
depressed
Below 1 V
STR2 (D66-
14) - GND2
(D65-4)
O - W-
B
Starter signal
Clutch pedal (M/T) or
brake pedal (except M/T)
depressed, ignition switch
pushed once
10 to 14 V*
INDS (D66-1)
- GND2
(D65-4)
SB -
W-B
Vehicle
condition signal
Clutch pedal (M/T) or
brake pedal (except M/T)
depressed, ignition switch
off, on (ACC, IG)
10 to 14 V
INDW (D66-
8) - GND2
(D65-4)
Y - W-
B
Vehicle
condition signal
Clutch pedal (M/T) or
brake pedal (except M/T)
released, ignition switch
off, on (ACC, IG)
10 to 14 V
STP (D64-14)
- GND2
(D65-4)
G - W-
B
Stop light switch Brake pedal depressed Below 1 V
SWIL (D65-
8) - GND2
(D65-4)
LG -
W-B
Illumination
signal
Light control switch TAIL
or HEAD
10 to 14 V
6. HINT:
7. *: Voltage is output for 0.3 seconds after the engine is started.
8. If the result is not as specified, the ECU may have a malfunction.
9.


10. Inspect the connectors using an oscilloscope.



1. Waveform 1
Item Content
Symbols
(Terminal No.)
SPD (4C-8) - GND2
(D65-4)
Tool Setting
5 V/DIV., 10
msec./DIV.
Condition
Driving at approx. 20
km/h (12 mph)
2. HINT:
3. As the vehicle speed increases, the wavelength shortens.
4.


5. Waveform 2
Item Content
Symbols
(Terminal No.)
TACH (D66-2) -
GND2 (D65-4)
Tool Setting
5 V/DIV., 10
msec./DIV.
Condition Engine idling
6. HINT:
7. As the vehicle speed increases, the wavelength shortens.


CHECK CERTIFICATION ECU



1. Disconnect the D60 ECU connector.
2. Measure the voltage and resistance of the wire harness side connector.


Standard
Symbols
(Terminal No.)
Wiring
Color
Terminal
Description
Condition
Specified
Condition
+B1 (D60-1) -
Body ground
B - Body
ground
+B power
supply
Always 10 to 14 V
IG (D60-18) -
Body ground
BR - Body
ground
Ignition power
supply
Ignition switch
on (IG)
10 to 14 V
IG (D60-18) -
Body ground
BR - Body
ground
Ignition power
supply
Ignition switch
off
Below 1 V
LIN (D60-10) -
Body ground
P - Body
ground
LIN line Always
10 k or
higher
E (D60-17) - Body
ground
W-B - Body
ground
Ground Always Below 1
3. If the result is not as specified, there may be a malfunction on the wire harness
side.


CHECK ECM



1. Disconnect the A32 and C33 ECM connectors.
2. Measure the voltages and resistances of the wire harness side connectors.


Standard
Symbols
(Terminal No.)
Wiring
Color
Terminal Description Condition
Specified
Condition
BATT (A32-
22) - E1 (A32-
1)
V - W-B
Battery (for measuring
battery voltage and for
ECM memory)
Always 10 to 14 V
+B (A32-24) -
E1 (A32-1)
B - W-B Power source of ECM
Ignition
switch on
(IG)
10 to 14 V
+B1 (A32-23) -
E1 (A32-1)
B - W-B Power source of ECM
Ignition
switch on
(IG)
10 to 14 V
IGSW (A32-4)
- E1 (A32-1)
R - W-B Ignition switch signal
Ignition
switch on
(IG)
10 to 14 V
E1 (A32-1) -
Body ground
W-B -
Body
ground
Ground Always Below 1
E2 (C33-36) -
Body ground
P - Body
ground
Ground Always Below 1
E21 (C33-35) -
Body ground
G - Body
ground
Ground Always Below 1
E01 (A32-20) -
Body ground
W-B -
Body
ground
Ground Always Below 1
3. If the result is not as specified, there may be a malfunction on the wire harness
side.
4. Reconnect the A32 and C33 ECM connectors.
5. Measure the voltage of the connectors.


Standard voltage
Symbols
(Terminal No.)
Wiring
Color
Terminal
Description
Condition
Specified
Condition
STA (A32-27) - BR - W- Starter relay Cranking 5.5 V or more
E1 (A32-1) B operation signal
ACCR (C33-4) -
E1 (A32-1)
G - W-B
ACC relay cut
signal (output)
Ignition switch on
(IG) Cranking
10 to 14 V
Below 1 V
TACH (A32-32)
- E1 (A32-1)
LG - W-
B
Engine revolution
signal (output)
Idling
Pulse
generation
(see waveform
1)
STAR (C33-80)
- E1 (A32-1)
O - W-B
Starter relay drive
signal
Cranking 10 to 14 V
6. If the result is not as specified, the ECM may have a malfunction.
7.


8. Inspect the connector using an oscilloscope.



1. Waveform 1
Item Content
Symbols
(Terminal No.)
TACH (A32-32) -
E1 (A32-1)
Tool Setting
5 V/DIV., 10
msec./DIV.
Condition Engine idling
2. HINT:
3. As the vehicle speed increases, the wavelength shortens.


CHECK STEERING LOCK ECU



1. Disconnect the D56 ECU connector.
2. Measure the voltage and resistance of the wire harness side connector.


Standard
Symbols (Terminal
No.)
Wiring
Color
Terminal
Description
Condition
Specified
Condition
B (D56-7) - Body
ground
R - Body
ground
+B power
supply
Always 10 to 14 V
IG2 (D56-6) -
Body ground
R - Body
ground
Ignition power
supply
Ignition switch
on (IG)
10 to 14 V
IG2 (D56-6) -
Body ground
R - Body
ground
Ignition power
supply
Ignition switch
off
Below 1 V
GND (D56-1) -
Body ground
W-B - Body
ground
Ground Always Below 1
SGND (D56-2) -
Body ground
W-B - Body
ground
Ground Always Below 1
1. If the result is not as specified, there may be a malfunction on the wire
harness side.
3. Reconnect the D56 ECU connector.
4. Measure the voltage of the connector.


Standard voltage
Symbols
(Terminal No.)
Wiring
Color
Terminal Description Condition
Specified
Condition
SLP1 (D56-4) -
GND (D56-1)
GR - W-
B
Steering lock actuator
position signal
Steering lock
locked
10 to 14 V
SLP1 (D56-4) -
GND (D56-1)
GR - W-
B
Steering lock actuator
position signal
Steering lock
released
Below 1 V
1. If the result is not as specified, the ECU may have a malfunction.































ENTRY AND START SYSTEM >
DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM




CHECK DLC3
1. The ECU uses ISO 15765-4 for communication. The terminal arrangement of the
DLC3 complies with ISO 15031-3 and matches the ISO 15765-4 format.


Symbols (Terminal
No.)
Terminal Description Condition
Specified
Condition
SIL (7) - SG (5) Bus " +" line
During
transmission
Pulse generation
CG (4) - Body
ground
Chassis ground Always Below 1
SG (5) - Body
ground
Signal ground Always Below 1
BAT (16) - Body
ground
Battery positive Always 10 to 14 V
CANH (6) - CANL
(14)
CAN bus line
Ignition switch
off*
54 to 69
CANH (6) - CG (4)
HIGH-level CAN bus
line
Ignition switch
off*
200 or higher
CANL (14) - CG (4)
LOW-level CAN bus
line
Ignition switch
off*
200 or higher
CANH (6) - BAT
(16)
HIGH-level CAN bus
line
Ignition switch
off*
6 k or higher
CANL (14) - BAT
(16)
LOW-level CAN bus
line
Ignition switch
off*
6 k or higher
2. NOTICE:
3. *: Before measuring the resistance, leave the vehicle as is for at least 1 minute and
do not operate the ignition switch, any other switches or the doors.
4. If the result is not as specified, the DLC3 may have a malfunction. Repair or
replace the harness and connector.


HINT:
Connect the cable of the intelligent tester to the DLC3, turn the ignition switch on
(IG) and attempt to use the tester. If the display indicates that a communication
error has occurred, there is a problem either with the vehicle or with the tester.
If communication is normal when the tester is connected to another vehicle,
inspect the DLC3 of the original vehicle.
If communication is still not possible when the tester is connected to another
vehicle, the problem is probably in the tester itself. Consult the Service
Department listed in the tester's instruction manual.


INSPECT BATTERY VOLTAGE
If the voltage is below 11 V, recharge or replace the battery before proceeding.
Standard voltage:
11 to 14 V































ENTRY AND START SYSTEM >
DTC CHECK / CLEAR




CHECK DTC
1. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.
2. Turn the ignition switch on (IG) and turn the intelligent tester ON.
3. Select the following menu items: Body / Body ECU / DTC.
4. Check DTCs and then write them down.
HINT:
For further information about using the intelligent tester, refer to the instruction
manual.
5. Confirm the details of the DTCs.


CLEAR DTC (using the intelligent tester)
1. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.
2. Turn the ignition switch on (IG) (do not start the engine) and turn the intelligent
tester ON.
3. Select the following menu items: Body / Body ECU / DTC / Clear.
HINT:
Refer to the intelligent tester operator's manual for further details.
4. Erase DTCs by pressing the YES button on the tester.
HINT:
For further information about using the intelligent tester, refer to the instruction
manual.


CLEAR DTC (not using the intelligent tester)
1. Remove the ECU-B fuse from the engine room R/B for more than 60 seconds, or
disconnect the negative battery cable for more than 60 seconds.































ENTRY AND START SYSTEM >
DATA LIST / ACTIVE TEST




DATA LIST
HINT:
Using the intelligent tester's Data List allows switch, sensor, actuator and other
item values to be read without removing any parts. Reading the Data List in
troubleshooting is one way to save time.
NOTICE:
In the table below, the values listed under Normal Conditions are for reference
only. Do not depend solely on these values when determining whether or not a
part is faulty.
1. Turn the ignition switch off.
2. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.
3. Turn the ignition switch on (IG) and turn the tester ON.
4. Select the following menu items: Body / Body ECU / Data List.
5. Check the values by referring to the table below.


Main body ECU
Item
Measurement Item / Display
(Range)
Normal Condition
Diagnostic
Note
IG SW Ignition switch / ON or OFF
ON: Ignition switch is on
(IG)
OFF: Ignition switch is off
-
ACC SW Ignition switch / ON or OFF
ON: Ignition switch is on
(ACC)
OFF: Ignition switch is off
-
St SW1 Start switch 1 / ON or OFF
ON: Ignition switch is on
(IG)
OFF: Ignition switch is off
-
St SW2 Start switch 2 / ON or OFF
ON: Ignition switch is on
(IG)
OFF: Ignition switch is off
-
Str
Unlock
SW
Steering lock condition / ON
or OFF
ON: Steering is unlocked
OFF: Steering is locked
-
N SW / C
SW
Clutch switch (M/T) or
park/neutral position switch
(except M/T)/ ON or OFF
ON: Clutch pedal is
depressed (M/T) or Shift
position is N (except M/T)
OFF: Clutch pedal is
released or Shift position
is except N (except M/T)
-
Stop
Lamp
Stop light switch/ ON or OFF
ON: Brake pedal is
depressed
-
SW1 OFF: Brake ped
Vehicle
Spd Sig
Vehicle speed signal / STOP
or RUN
STOP: Vehicle is stopped
RUN: Vehicle is running
-
E/G Cond
Engine condition / STOP or
RUN
STOP: Engine is stopped
RUN: Engine is running
-
IG1
Relay
Mon1
IG1 outer relay monitor / ON
or OFF
ON: Ignition switch is on
(IG)
OFF: Ignition switch is off
-
IG2
Relay
Mon1
IG2 outer relay monitor / ON
or OFF
ON: Ignition switch is on
(IG)
OFF: Ignition switch is off
-
IG1
Relay
Mon2
IG1 inner relay monitor / ON
or OFF
ON: Ignition switch is on
(IG)
OFF: Ignition switch is off
-
IG2
Relay
Mon2
IG2 inner relay monitor / ON
or OFF
ON: Ignition switch is on
(IG)
OFF: Ignition switch is off
-
ACC
Relay
Mon
ACC relay monitor / ON or
OFF
ON: Ignition switch is on
(ACC)
OFF: Ignition switch is off
-
Ratch
Circuit
Ratch circuit / ON or OFF
ON: Ignition switch is on
(IG)
OFF: Ignition switch is
off, on (ACC) or engine is
running
-
Start Req
Sig
Starter request signal / ON or
OFF
ON: ST relay is ON
OFF: ST relay is OFF
-
Pwr Cond
Power supply condition /
ALL, ACC ON, IG1 IG2, ST
ON
ALL: All relays are ON
ACC ON: ACC relay is
ON
IG1: IG1 relay is ON
IG2: IG2 relay is ON
ST ON: ST relay is ON
-
#Code
Number of diagnosis codes /
Min: 0, max: 255
- -
6.

Certification ECU
Item
Measurement Item / Range
(Display)
Normal Condition
Diagnostic
Note
IG SW Ignition switch / ON or OFF
ON: Ignition switch is
on (IG)
OFF: Ignition switch
is off
-
ACC SW Ignition switch / ON or OFF
ON: Ignition switch is
on (ACC)
OFF: Ignition switch
is off
-
Key Lo-
batt Wrn
Electrical key battery conditions
/ ON or OFF
ON: Battery has been
depleted
OFF: Battery is not
depleted
-
Unmatch
Format
Code format/ YES or NO
YES: Code format
matches
NO: Code format
differs
-
No
response
Response/ YES or NO
YES: Response
NO: No response
-
Wrong
Code
ID code/ YES or NO
YES: ID code
matches
NO: ID code differs
-
Wrong C
Code
Challenge code/ YES or NO
YES: Challenge code
matches
NO: Challenge code
differs
-
Unmatch
V-ID
Key number/ YES or NO
YES: Key number
matches
NO: Key number
differs
-
Permit
(Start)
Engine start permission by
certification ECU/ PERMIT or
PROHIBIT
PERMIT: Engine start
is permitted
PROHIBIT: Engine
start is prohibited
-
Start Rqst
Starter request signal / ON or
OFF
YES: Engine switch
off
NO: ST relay is OFF
-
S Code
Chk
S code certification result/ NG
or OK
NG: S code
certification result is
abnormal
OK: S code
certification result is
normal
-
L Code
Chk
L code certification result/ NG
or OK
NG: L code
certification result is
abnormal
OK: L code
certification result is
normal
-


ACTIVE TEST
HINT:
Performing an Active Test enables components including the relays, VSV
(Vacuum Switching Valve), and actuators, to be operated without removing any
parts. The Active Test can be performed with an intelligent tester. Performing an
Active Test as the first step of troubleshooting is one method of shortening
diagnostic time. Data List can be displayed during Active Tests.
1. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.
2. Turn the ignition switch to on (IG).
3. Turn the tester ON.
4. Select the following menu items: Body / Body ECU / Active Test.
5. Perform the Active Test by referring to the table below.


Main body ECU
Item Test Details Diagnostic Note
Lighting Ind
Indicator illumination
ON/OFF
-
Ind Condition
Indicator light illumination pattern
Green/Amber/No Sig
-
S Lock Pwr
Steering lock ECU power supply
ON/OFF
-


Certification ECU
Item Test Details Diagnostic Note
Fr Transmitter
Indoor electrical key antenna (front)
ON / OFF
-































ENTRY AND START SYSTEM >
DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODE
CHART



If a trouble code is displayed during the DTC check, inspect the suspected areas
listed for that code. For details of the code, refer to the "See page" in the DTC
chart.
Inspect the fuse and relay before investigating the suspected areas shown in the
table below.


Entry and Start System
DTC
No.
Detection Item Trouble Area
See
page
B2271 Ignition Hold Monitor Malfunction
- Main body ECU
- AM2 fuse
- Wire harness

B2272 Ignition 1 Monitor Malfunction
- Main body ECU
- IG1 relay
- Wire harness

B2273 Ignition 2 Monitor Malfunction
- Main body ECU
- IG2 relay
- Wire harness

B2274 ACC Monitor Malfunction
- Main body ECU
- ACC cut relay
- Wire harness

B2275 STSW Monitor Malfunction
- Main body ECU
- SFI system
- Wire harness

B2276 ACCR Signal Circuit Malfunction
- Main body ECU
- SFI system
- Wire harness

B2277 Detecting Vehicle Submersion Main body ECU
B2278 Engine Switch Circuit Malfunction
- Main body ECU
- Ignition switch
- Wire harness

B2282 Vehicle Speed Signal Malfunction
- Main body ECU
- Combination meter
- Wire harness

B2283 Vehicle Speed Sensor Malfunction
- Main body ECU
- Combination meter
- Speed sensor
- Skid control ECU
- Wire harness

B2285
Steering Lock Position Signal Circuit
Malfunction
- Main body ECU
- Steering lock system
- Wire harness

B2286 Runnable Signal Malfunction
- Main body ECU
- SFI system
- Wire harness

B2287 LIN Communication Master Malfunction
- Main body ECU
- Certification ECU
- Wire harness

B2288 Steering Lock Signal Circuit Malfunction
- Main body ECU
- Steering lock system
- Wire harness

B2289 Key Collation Waiting Time Over
- Main body ECU
- Entry function
- Engine immobiliser
system
- Ignition switch
- Electrical key
- Wire harness
































ENTRY AND START SYSTEM > Power Source Mode does not
Change



DESCRIPTION
When the certification ECU has detected the electrical key inside the cabin, the power
source mode can be changed in the following order sequentially by pressing the ignition
switch: Off On (ACC) On (IG) Off.
When either one of the DTCs shown in the illustration below is detected, troubleshoot the
DTC(s) by following the troubleshooting procedure relevant to the DTC(s). If the power
source mode is still not changed normally, despite troubleshooting, one of the following
may have occurred:
The LIN communication line is malfunctioning.
The certification ECU has determined that no key is inside the cabin.
The ignition switch is malfunctioning.
The main body ECU is malfunctioning.





INSPECTION PROCEDURE
1.CHECK WHETHER DTC OUTPUT RECURS
1. Clear the DTCs.
HINT:
After all DTCs are cleared, check if the trouble occurs again 5 seconds after the
ignition switch is turned on (IG).
2. Check for DTCs again.
OK:
No DTC is output.


NG

GO TO DTC CHART


OK

2.CHECK BASIC FUNCTION
1. Carry the key into the vehicle.
2. Depress the clutch pedal (M/T) or brake pedal (except M/T) and check that the
ignition switch indicator illuminates in green.
OK:
Ignition switch indicator illuminates in green.


NG

Go to step 10


OK

3.INSPECT FUSE (AM2)



1. Remove the AM2 fuse from the engine room R/B and J/B.
2. Check the fuse resistance.
Standard resistance:
Below 1
3. Reinstall the AM2 fuse.


NG

REPLACE FUSE


OK

4.READ VALUE OF INTELLIGENT TESTER (RELAY MONITOR)
1. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.
2. Turn the ignition switch on (IG) and turn the tester ON.
3. Select the following menu items: Body/ Main Body ECU/ Data List / IG1 Relay
Mon2, IG2 Relay Mon2 and ACC Relay Monitor.
4. Read the display on the tester.


Main Body ECU:


Item
Measurement Item / Display
(Range)
Normal Condition
IG1 Relay Mon2
IG1 inner relay monitor / ON or
OFF
ON: Ignition switch on
(IG)
OFF: Ignition switch off
IG2 Relay Mon2
IG2 inner relay monitor / ON or
OFF
ON: Ignition switch on
(IG)
OFF: Ignition switch off
ACC Relay
Monitor
ACC relay monitor / ON or OFF
ON: Ignition switch on
(ACC)
OFF: Ignition switch off
OK:
ON appears on the screen.


OK

REPLACE MAIN BODY ECU


NG

5.INSPECT RELAYS (IG1RELAY, IG2 RELAY AND ACC CUT RELAY)



1. Inspect the IG1 relay.
1. Remove the IG1 relay from the main body ECU.
2. Check the resistance.
Standard resistance:
Tester
Connection
Specified Condition
3 - 5 10 k or higher
3 - 5
Below 1
(When battery
voltage applied to
terminals 1 and 2)
3. Reinstall the IG1 relay.



2. Inspect the integration relay (IG2 relay).
1. Remove the integration relay from the engine R/B and J/B.
2. Measure the resistance.
Standard resistance:
Tester
Connection
Specified Condition
1B-4 - 1C-1 10 k or higher
1B-4 - 1C-1
Below 1
(When battery
voltage applied to
terminals 1B-2 and
1B-3)
3. Reinstall the integration relay.



3. Inspect the ACC cut relay.
1. Remove the ACC cut relay.
2. Check the resistance.
Standard resistance:
Tester
Connection
Specified Condition
3 - 5 10 k or higher
3 - 5
Below 1
(When battery
voltage applied to
terminals 1 and 2)
3. Reinstall the relay.


NG

REPLACE RELAY


OK

6.CHECK HARNESS AND CONNECTOR (MAIN BODY ECU - INTEGRATION
RELAY (IG2 RELAY))



1. Remove the integration relay from the engine R/B and J/B.
2. Disconnect the D65 main body ECU connector.
3. Measure the resistance of the wire harness side connectors.
Standard resistance:
Tester Connection
Specified
Condition
1B-2 (Integration relay)
- D65-5 (IG2D)
Below 1
1B-3 (Integration relay)
- Body ground
Below 1
1B-2 (Integration relay)
or D65-5 (IG2D) -
Body ground
10 k or
higher
4. Reinstall the integration relay.
5. Reconnect the ECU connector.


NG

REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR
CONNECTOR


OK

7.CHECK HARNESS AND CONNECTOR (MAIN BODY ECU - ACC CUT RELAY)



1. Remove the ACC cut relay.
2. Disconnect the D64 main body ECU connector.
3. Measure the resistance of the wire harness side connectors.
Standard resistance:
Tester Connection
Specified
Condition
ACC cut relay (D73-2)
- ACCD (D64-4)
Below 1
4. Reinstall the ACC cut relay.
5. Reconnect the main body ECU connector.


NG

REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR
CONNECTOR


OK

8.INSPECT IGNITION SWITCH ASSEMBLY



1. Remove the ignition switch.
2. Measure the resistance of the switch.
Standard resistance:
Tester
Connection
Switch
Condition
Specified
Condition
7 (SS1) - 5
(GND)
Pushed Below 1
2 (SS2) - 5
(GND)
Pushed Below 1
7 (SS1) - 5
(GND)
Not pushed
10 k or
higher
2 (SS2) - 5
(GND)
Not pushed
10 k or
higher
3. Reinstall the ignition switch.


NG

REPLACE IGNITION SWITCH
ASSEMBLY


OK

9.CHECK HARNESS AND CONNECTOR (MAIN BODY ECU - BATTERY AND
BODY GROUND)



1. Disconnect the D64 and D65 main body ECU connectors.
2. Measure the voltage and resistance of the wire harness side connector.
Standard voltage:
Tester Connection
Specified
Condition
D65-1 (AM1) - Body
ground
10 to 14 V
D64-6 (AM2) - Body
ground
10 to 14 V
Standard resistance:
Tester Connection
Specified
Condition
D65-4 (GND2) -
Body ground
Below 1
3. Reconnect the main body ECU connectors.


NG

REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR
CONNECTOR


OK
REPLACE MAIN BODY ECU

10.CHECK WIRELESS DOOR LOCK AND UNLOCK OPERATION
1. Check that the wireless door lock and unlock functions operate normally.
OK:
Wireless door lock functions operate normally.


NG

GO TO WIRELESS DOOR LOCK
CONTROL SYSTEM


OK

11.CHECK OPERATION OF ELECTRICAL KEY
1. After replacing the electrical key with a normally functioning one, check that the
wireless lock and unlock functions operate normally.
OK:
Wireless lock and unlock functions operate normally.


OK

END (ELECTRICAL KEY IS
DEFECTIVE)


NG

12.PERFORM ACTIVE TEST BY INTELLIGENT TESTER (INDOOR ELECTRICAL
KEY OSCILLATOR)
1. Select the Active Test, use the intelligent tester to generate a control command,
and then check that the oscillator operates.


Certification ECU:


Item Test Details Diagnostic Note
Fr Transmitter
Indoor electrical key oscillator (front)
ON / OFF
-
OK:
Oscillator function operate normally.


OK

GO TO ROOM OSCILLATOR DOES
NOT RECOGNIZE KEY (DOOR
LOCK SECTION)


NG

13.CHECK INDOOR ELECTRICAL KEY OSCILLATOR
1. Carry the key into the vehicle.
2. Replace the indoor electrical key oscillator with a new one.
3. Depress the clutch pedal (M/T) or brake pedal (except M/T) and check that the
ignition switch indicator illuminates in green.
OK:
Ignition switch indicator illuminates in green.


NG

REPLACE CERTIFICATION ECU


OK
END (INDOOR ELECTRICAL KEY OSCILLATOR IS DEFECTIVE)
































ENTRY AND START SYSTEM > Engine does not Start



DESCRIPTION


ENGINE START SYSTEM OPERATION
1. Except M/T: If the engine switch is pressed with the shift lever in P (A/T) or N
and the brake pedal depressed, the main body ECU determines that it is an engine
start request.
2. M/T: When the ignition switch is pressed with the clutch pedal depressed, the
main body ECU determines that it is an engine start request.
3. The certification ECU and other ECUs perform key verification via the LIN
communication line.
4. The main body ECU activates the ACC cut relay.
5. The main body ECU activates the IG1 and IG2 relays. The ignition switch
indicator light illuminates green.
6. The certification ECU outputs a steering UNLOCK signal. The signal is sent to
the steering lock ECU via the main body ECU.
7. The main body ECU sends an engine start request signal to the ECM.
8. The ECM sends an ACC cut request signal to the main body ECU.
9. The ECM and main body ECU activate the ST relay.
10. The main body ECU deactivates the ACC cut relay until the ECU detects an
engine start.
11. The ECU reactivates the ACC cut relay and turns off the ignition switch indicator
light.


Symbols of main body ECU Signals
STP Stop light switch ON signal
SSW1/SSW2 Ignition switch ON signal
ACCD ACC cut relay operation signal
IG2D IG2 relay operation signal
STR2 ST relay operation signal
STR
Clutch switch signal (M/T)
ST relay operation signal (except M/T)
TACH Engine start detection signal
STSW Starter activation request signal
ACCR ACC cut request signal




WIRING DIAGRAM
See CRANKING HOLDING FUNCTION CIRCUIT ().


INSPECTION PROCEDURE
1.CHECK WHETHER ENGINE STARTS AFTER STEERING LOCK
INITIALIZATION
1. Open and close the driver door when the ignition switch is off.
2. Check that the engine starts.
OK:
Engine starts.
HINT:
The engine may not start if the steering lock ECU has not been initialized through
the procedure described in above after the battery runs out.


OK

SYSTEM OK


NG

2.CHECK WHETHER DTC OUTPUT RECURS
1. Clear the DTCs.
HINT:
After all DTCs are cleared, check if the trouble occurs again 5 seconds after the
ignition switch is turned on (IG).
2. Check for DTCs again.
OK:
No DTC is output.


NG

GO TO DTC CHART


OK

3.CHECK SWITCH CONDITION
1. Ensure the electrical key is inside the cabin.
2. Check that the power source mode changes as shown below each time the ignition
switch is.
OK:
off on (ACC) on (IG) off


NG

GO TO POWER SOURCE MODE
DOES NOT CHANGE


OK

4.CHECK BASIC FUNCTION
1. Ensure there is fuel in the fuel tank and the key is inside the cabin.
2. Depress the clutch pedal (M/T) or brake pedal (except M/T), and keep depressing
the pedal.
3. Check that the engine cranks when the ignition switch is pressed.
OK:
Engine cranks.


OK

Go to step 8


NG

5.READ VALUE OF INTELLIGENT TESTER (CLUTCH START SW,
PARK/NEUTRAL POSITION SW AND STOP LIGHT SW)
1. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.
2. Turn the ignition switch on (IG) and turn the tester ON.
3. For except M/T:
1. Select the following menu items: Body / Main Body ECU / Data List /
Stop Lamp SW1.
2. Read the display on the tester.


Main body ECU:


Item
Measurement
Item/Display (Range)
Normal Condition
Diagnostic
Note
Stop Lamp
SW1
Stop light switch 1/ ON
or OFF
ON: Brake pedal
depressed
OFF: Brake pedal
released
-
OK:
ON (brake pedal depressed) and OFF (brake pedal released) appear on the screen.
4. Select the following menu items: Body / Main Body ECU / Data List / N SW / C
SW.
5. Read the display on the tester.


Main body ECU:


Item
Measurement Item/Display
(Range)
Normal Condition
Diagnostic
Note
N SW
/ C
SW
Clutch switch (M/T) or park/
neutral position switch (except
M/ T)/ ON or OFF
ON: Clutch pedal is
depressed (M/T) or Shift
position is N (except
M/T)
-
OFF: Clutch pedal is
released or Shift position
is except N (except M/T)
OK:
ON (Clutch pedal is depressed (M/T) or Shift position is N (except M/T)) and
OFF ( Clutch pedal is released or Shift position is except N (except M/T)) appear
on the screen.


NG

REPAIR OR REPLACE CLUTCH
START SWITCH


OK

6.CHECK STEERING LOCK SYSTEM
1. When the ignition switch is on (ACC), check that the steering lock can be
released.
OK:
Steering lock can be released.


NG

GO TO STEERING LOCK SYSTEM


OK

7.INSPECT MAIN BODY ECU



1. Disconnect the D66 main body ECU connector.
2. Depress the clutch pedal, and keep depressing the pedal.
3. Measure the voltage when the engine cranks by pressing the ignition switch.
Standard voltage:
Tester Connection
Specified
Condition
STSW (D66-4) -
Body ground
10 to 14 V
4. Reconnect the main body ECU connector.


NG

GO TO SFI SYSTEM (CRANKING
HOLDING FUNCTION CIRCUIT)


OK
REPLACE MAIN BODY ECU

8.READ VALUE OF INTELLIGENT TESTER (L CODE CHECK)
1. Placs the electrical key is inside the vehicle.
2. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.
3. Turn the ignition switch on (IG) and turn the tester ON.
4. Select the following menu items: Body / Certification ECU / Data List / L Code
Chk.
5. Read the display on the tester.


Certification ECU:


Item
Measurement Item / Display
(Range)
Normal Condition
L Code
Chk
L Code Check / NG or OK
NG: L code certification result is
abnormal
OK: L code certification result is
normal
OK:
L code certification result is normal.


NG

GO TO ENGINE IMMOBILISER
SYSTEM (STEERING LOCK ECU OR
ID CODE BOX MALFUNCTIONS)


OK

9.READ VALUE OF INTELLIGENT TESTER (ENGINE START REQUEST)
1. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.
2. Turn the ignition switch on (IG) and turn the tester ON (not start the engine).
3. Select the following menu items: Body / Certification ECU / Data List / Start Req
Sig.
4. Read the displays on the tester.


Certification ECU:


Item Measurement Item / Display (Range) Normal Condition
Start Req Sig Starter request signal / Yes or No
Yes: ST relay is ON
No: ST relay is OFF
OK:
ST relay is ON.


NO

REPLACE CERTIFICATION ECU


YES

10.READ VALUE OF INTELLIGENT TESTER (S CODE CHECK)
1. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.
2. Turn the ignition switch on (IG) and turn the tester ON.
3. Select the following menu items: Body / Certification ECU / Data List / S Code
Chk.
4. Read the display on the tester.


Certification ECU:


Item
Measurement Item / Display
(Range)
Normal Condition
S Code
Chk
S Code Check / NG or OK
NG: S code certification result is
abnormal
OK: S code certification result is
normal
OK:
S code certification result is normal.


NG

GO TO ENGINE IMMOBILISER
SYSTEM (CERTIFICATION ECU OR
ID CODE BOX MALFUNCTIONS)


OK
REPLACE ID CODE BOX
































ENTRY AND START SYSTEM > Engine Switch Indicator Circuit



DESCRIPTION
Engine start conditions or system malfunctions can be checked by observing the status of
the ignition switch indicator light.


Ignition switch indicator light condition
Indicator Light Condition
Power Source
Mode/Condition
Clutch pedal released
(M/T)
Brake pedal released
(except M/T)
Clutch pedal depressed
(M/T)
Brake pedal depressed
(except M/T)
Off OFF Illuminates (Green)
On (ACC, IG) Illuminates (Amber) Illuminates (Green)
Engine running OFF OFF
Steering lock not unlocked
Flashes (Green) for 15
seconds
Flashes (Green) for 15
seconds
System malfunction
Flashes (Amber) for 15
seconds
Flashes (Amber) for 15
seconds
Clutch switch malfunction
(M/T)
Flashes (Green) for 15
seconds
Flashes (Green) for 15
seconds


WIRING DIAGRAM




INSPECTION PROCEDURE
1.INSPECT IGNITION SWITCH ASSEMBLY
1. Remove the ignition switch.
2. Apply the battery voltage between the terminals of the switch, and check the
illumination condition of the ignition switch indicator light.
NOTICE:
If the positive (+) lead and the negative (-) lead are incorrectly connected,
the ignition switch indicator light does not illuminate.
If the voltage is too low, the indicator light does not illuminate.
OK:
Measurement
Condition
Specified
Condition
Battery positive (+)
Terminal 11 (SWIL)
Battery negative (-)
Terminal 4 (COM) or 5
(GND)
Illuminates
Battery positive (+)
Terminal 12 (INDS)
Battery negative (-)
Terminal 4 (COM) or 5
(GND)
Illuminates
Battery positive (+)
Terminal 13 (INDW)
Battery negative (-)
Terminal 4 (COM) or 5
(GND)
Illuminates
3. Reinstall the ignition switch.


NG

REPLACE IGNITION SWITCH
ASSEMBLY


OK

2.CHECK HARNESS AND CONNECTOR (IGNITION SWITCH - MAIN BODY ECU
AND BODY GROUND)
1. Disconnect the D55 ignition switch connector.
2. Disconnect the D65 and D66 main body ECU connectors.
3. Measure the resistance of the wire harness side connectors.
Standard resistance:
Tester Connection
Specified
Condition
D55-11 (SWIL) - D65-
8 (SWIL)
Below 1
D55-12 (INDS) - D66-
1 (INDS)
Below 1
D55-13 (INDW) - D66-
8 (INDW)
Below 1
D55-5 (GND) - Body
ground
Below 1
D55-4 (COM) - Body
ground
Below 1
D55-11 (SWIL) or
D65-8 (SWIL) - Body
ground
10 k or
higher
D55-12 (INDS) or
D66-1 (INDS) - Body
ground
10 k or
higher
D55-13 (INDW) or
D66-8 (INDW) - Body
ground
10 k or
higher
4. Reconnect the main body ECU connectors.
5. Reconnect the ignition switch connector.


NG

REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR
CONNECTOR


OK
REPLACE MAIN BODY ECU
































STARTER (for 0.8 kW Type) >
COMPONENTS







1 / 2








2 / 2

































STARTER (for 0.8 kW Type) >
REMOVAL




1. REMOVE BATTERY



1. Disconnect the negative battery terminal.
2. Disconnect the positive battery terminal.



3. Loosen the nut, and remove the battery carrier clamp.
4. Remove the battery from the vehicle.



2. REMOVE BATTERY TRAY



3. REMOVE FLYWHEEL HOUSING SIDE COVER



1. Disengage the claw while pushing it downward and remove the flywheel housing
side cover.



4. REMOVE STARTER ASSEMBLY



1. Separate the harness clamp.



2. Remove the bolt and remove the wire harness bracket.



3. Remove the terminal cap.
4. Separate the harness clamp.
5. Remove the nut and disconnect terminal 30.
6. Disconnect the connector.
7. Remove the 2 bolts and remove the starter assembly.
































STARTER (for 0.8 kW Type) >
DISASSEMBLY




1. REMOVE MAGNET STARTER SWITCH ASSEMBLY



1. Remove the nut, and disconnect the lead wire from the magnetic switch terminal.
2. Remove the 2 nuts holding the magnetic switch onto the starter housing.



3. Pull the magnetic switch and while lifting the front part of the magnetic switch,
release the plunger hook from the driver lever, then remove the magnetic switch.



2. REMOVE STARTER YOKE ASSEMBLY



1. Remove the 2 through bolts and end cover.



2. Hold the starter drive housing in a vise between alminum plates.
NOTICE:
Do not overtighten the vise.
3. Remove the plate and 4 brush springs.
4. Disconnect the 4 brushes, and remove the brush holder.
5. Remove the starter yoke assembly.



3. REMOVE ARMATURE



1. Pull the armature together with the drive lever out of the starter housing.
2. Remove the drive lever from the armature.



4. REMOVE STARTER CLUTCH SUB-ASSEMBLY



1. Using a screwdriver, tap the inside stop collar toward the armature.



2. Using a screwdriver, pry off the snap ring.
3. Pull the stop collar and starter clutch out of the armature.
































STARTER (for 0.8 kW Type) >
INSPECTION




1. INSPECT STARTER ASSEMBLY
NOTICE:
Perform each of the following tests within 3 to 5 seconds.



1. Perform pull-in test.
1. Disconnect the field coil lead wire from terminal C.



2. Connect the battery to the starter magnetic switch as shown in the
illustration and check that the pinion gear is extended.



2. Perform holding test.
1. Check that the pinion gear does not return inward after the cable of
terminal C is disconnected.



3. Inspect the clutch pinion gear return.
1. Move the pinion gear toward the armature.



4. Perform the operation test without load.
1. Connect the field coil lead wire to terminal C.
Torque:
9.8 N*m{ 100 kgf*cm , 7.2 ft.*lbf }
2. Clamp the starter in a vise.



3. Connect the battery and ammeter to the starter as shown in the illustration.
4. Check that the ammeter indicates the specified current.
Standard current:
50A or less at 11.5 V



2. INSPECT STARTER ARMATURE ASSEMBLY



1. Check the commutator for open circuits.
1. Using an ohmmeter, check the resistance between the segments of the
commutator.
Standard resistance:
Below 1
If the result is not as specified, replace starter armature assembly.



2. Check the commutator for ground.
1. Using an ohmmeter, check the resistance between the commutator and
armature core.
Standard resistance:
10 k or higher
If the result is not as specified, replace the starter armature assembly.
3. Check the commutator for dirt and burns on the surface.
If the surface is dirty or burnt, restore it with sandpaper (No. 400) or a lathe.



4. Check the commutator circumference runout.
1. Place the commutator on V-blocks.
2. Using a dial indicator, measure the circumference runout.
Maximum runout:
0.4 mm (0.0157 in.)
If the runout is greater than the maximum, replace the starter armature
assembly.



5. Using vernier calipers, measure the commutator diameter.
Standard diameter:
28.0 mm (1.1024 in.)
Minimum diameter:
27.0 mm (1.0630 in.)
If the diameter is less then the minimum, replace the starter armature assembly.



6. Using vernier calipers, measure the undercut depth of the commutator.
Standard depth:
0.6 mm (0.0236 in.)
Minimum depth:
0.2 mm (0.0079 in.)
If the undercut depth is less then the minimum, adjust it with a hacksaw blade.



3. INSPECT STARTER YOKE ASSEMBLY



1. Using an ohmmeter, check the resistance between terminal C and the field coil
brush lead (+).
NOTICE:
Check the resistance between terminal C and the 2 brush leads (+).
Standard resistance:
Below 1
If the result is not as specified, replace the starter yoke assembly.



2. Using an ohmmeter, check the resistance between the brush lead (+) and the
starter yoke.
NOTICE:
Check the resistance between the brush lead (-) and the starter yoke.
Standard resistance:
Below 1
If the result is not as specified, replace the starter yoke assembly.



4. INSPECT BRUSH



1. Using vernier calipers, measure the brush length.
Standard length:
10 mm (0.3937 in.)
Minimum length:
6 mm (0.2362 in.)
If the length is less than the minimum, replace the starter yoke assembly.



5. INSPECT STARTER CLUTCH SUB-ASSEMBLY



1. Hold the starter clutch and rotate the pinion gear clockwise, and check that it turns
freely. Try to rotate the pinion gear counterclockwise and check that it locks.
If necessary, replace the starter clutch sub-assembly.



6. INSPECT MAGNET STARTER SWITCH ASSEMBLY



1. Check the plunger.
1. Push in the plunger and check that it returns quickly to its original
position.
If necessary, replace the magnet starter switch assembly.



2. Check the pull-in coil for an open circuit.
1. Using an ohmmeter, check the resistance between terminals 50 and C.
Standard resistance:
Below 1
If the result is not as specified, replace the magnet starter switch assembly.



3. Check whether the holding coil has an open circuit.
1. Using an ohmmeter, check the resistance between terminal 50 and the
switch body.
Standard resistance:
Below 2
If the result is not as specified, replace the magnet starter switch assembly.
































STARTER (for 0.8 kW Type) >
REASSEMBLY




1. INSTALL STARTER CLUTCH SUB-ASSEMBLY



1. Apply grease to the bushing and spline of the starter clutch.
2. Place the starter clutch and inside stop collar on the armature.



3. Apply grease to the snap ring, and install it onto the armature shaft groove.
4. Using a vise, compress the snap ring.



5. Hold the starter clutch, tap the armature shaft and install the stop collar onto a
new snap ring with a plastic-faced hammer.



2. INSTALL STARTER ARMATURE ASSEMBLY



1. Apply grease to the drive lever that is in contact with the starter pivot part of the
drive lever.
2. Install the drive lever onto the starter clutch.
3. Install the armature together with the drive lever onto the starter housing.



3. INSTALL STARTER YOKE ASSEMBLY
1. Align the cutout of the starter yoke assembly with the protrusion of the starter
lever.
2. Hold the starter drive housing in a vice between aluminum plates.
NOTICE:
Do not overtighten the vise.



3. Install the brush holder, and connect the 4 brushes into the brush holder.
4. Install the 4 brush springs and plate.
NOTICE:
Check that positive (+) lead wires are not grounded.



5. Install the end cover with the 2 through bolts.
Torque:
5.9 N*m{ 60 kgf*cm , 52 in.*lbf }



4. INSTALL MAGNET STARTER SWITCH ASSEMBLY



1. Hang the plunger of the magnetic switch onto the drive lever from the upper side.



2. Install the magnetic switch with the 2 nuts.
Torque:
8.3 N*m{ 85 kgf*cm , 73 in.*lbf }
3. Connect the lead wire to the terminal, and install the nut.
Torque:
9.8 N*m{ 100 kgf*cm , 87 in.*lbf }
































STARTER (for 0.8 kW Type) >
INSTALLATION




1. INSTALL STARTER ASSEMBLY



1. Install the starter assembly with the 2 bolts.
Torque:
37 N*m{ 377 kgf*cm , 27 ft.*lbf }
2. Connect the connector.
3. Connect terminal 30 with the nut.
Torque:
9.8 N*m{ 100 kgf*cm , 7.2 ft.*lbf }
4. Close the terminal cap.



5. Install the wire harness bracket with the bolt.
Torque:
8 N*m{ 82 kgf*cm , 71 in.*lbf }



6. Install the harness clamp.



2. INSTALL FLYWHEEL HOUSING SIDE COVER



1. Insert the protruding portion into the end of the cylinder block and while pushing
it along the cylinder block, fit the claw into the cylinder block.
NOTICE:
Make sure that the claw makes a click sound, indicating that it fits tightly.
Replace the claw with a new one if it does not fit tightly or is deformed.



3. INSTALL BATTERY TRAY



4. INSTALL BATTERY



1. Install the battery onto the battery tray.
2. Install the battery carrier clamp with the nut.
3. Install the positive and negative terminals.
Torque:
5.4 N*m{ 55 kgf*cm , 48 in.*lbf }
































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STARTER RELAY > ON-VEHICLE
INSPECTION




1. INSPECT STARTER RELAY ASSEMBLY



1. Check the resistance.
1. Using an ohmmeter, measure the resistance between the terminals.
Standard resistance:
Tester
Connection
Specified Condition
Below 1 (when
battery voltage
applied to terminals
1 and 2)
3 - 5
10 k or higher
If the result is not as specified, replace the relay.
































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STARTER CUT RELAY (w/ Entry
and Start System) > REMOVAL




1. BOLTS, SCREWS AND NUTS TABLE



HINT:
All bolts, screws and nuts relevant to installing and removing the instrument panel
are shown, along with their alphabetic codes, in the table below.







2. DISCONNECT CABLE FROM NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL



3. REMOVE INSTRUMENT PANEL FINISH PANEL END LH



1. with CD player
1. Pull the instrument panel finish panel end LH rearward and disengage the
4 claws and 3 clips.
NOTICE:
To avoid damaging the radio receiver and the air conditioning panel, remove the
instrument panel finish panel end without using any tool.
HINT:
Grip portion A of the instrument panel finish panel end and remove the
instrument panel finish panel end from the lower side.
2. Disconnect the connector and remove the instrument panel finish panel
end LH.



2. Except CD player
1. Pull the instrument panel finish panel end LH rearward and disengage the
5 claws and 3 clips.
NOTICE:
To avoid damaging the instrument cluster finish panel center and the air
conditioning panel, remove the instrument panel finish panel end without using
any tool.
HINT:
Grip portion A of the instrument panel finish panel end and remove the
instrument panel finish panel end from the lower side.
2. Disconnect the connector and remove the instrument panel finish panel
end LH.



4. REMOVE INSTRUMENT PANEL FINISH PANEL END RH



1. with CD player
1. Pull the instrument panel finish panel end RH and disengage the 4 claws
and 3 clips.
NOTICE:
To avoid damaging the radio receiver and the air conditioning panel, remove the
instrument panel finish panel end without using any tool.
HINT:
Grip portion A of the instrument panel finish panel end and remove the
instrument panel finish panel end from the lower side.
2. Disconnect the connector and remove the instrument panel finish panel
end RH.



2. Except CD player
1. Pull the instrument panel finish panel end RH rearward and disengage the
5 claws and 3 clips.
NOTICE:
To avoid damaging the instrument cluster finish panel center and the air
conditioning panel, remove the instrument panel finish panel end without using
any tool.
HINT:
Grip portion A of the instrument panel finish panel end and remove the
instrument panel finish panel end from the lower side.
2. Disconnect the connector and remove the instrument panel finish panel
end RH.



5. REMOVE INSTRUMENT CLUSTER FINISH PANEL



NOTICE:
Follow the procedure below to remove the instrument cluster finish panel. Claw A
will break if the instrument cluster finish panel is raised carelessly.



1. Disengage the 2 claws and 5 clips.



2. After removing the instrument panel finish panel end, insert your finger into the
opening as shown, push the upper portion of the instrument cluster finish panel
center and the 2 B claws of the instrument cluster finish panel, and then disengage
the claws B.
3. Disengage the 3 A claws and remove the instrument cluster finish panel.



6. REMOVE COMBINATION METER ASSEMBLY



1. Disconnect the 2 connectors.
2. Remove the 2 screws and pull the combination meter rearward to remove it.



7. REMOVE FRONT DOOR OPENING TRIM WEATHERSTRIP RH
1. Separate the front door opening trim weatherstrip.



8. REMOVE FRONT DOOR OPENING TRIM WEATHERSTRIP LH
1. Separate the front door opening trim weatherstrip.



9. REMOVE FRONT PILLAR GARNISH RH



1. w/ Curtain Shield Airbag:
NOTICE:
Install a protective cover onto the curtain shield airbag as soon as the front
pillar garnish is removed.
Replace the special clip with a new one when the front pillar garnish is
removed.

3. Disengage the 2 clips and the 2 claws and remove the front pillar garnish.



2. w/o Curtain Shield Airbag:
1. Disengage the 2 clips and the 2 claws and remove the front pillar garnish.



3. Disconnect the connector.
4. Using a clip remover, remove the 3 antenna cord clamps.



5. w/ Front No. 2 Speaker:
1. Disconnect the speaker connector.



2. Using a screwdriver with its tip wrapped in protective tape, disengage the
clip and hook and remove the front No. 2 speaker.



6. w/ Curtain Shield Airbag:



1. Completely cover the curtain shield airbag with a piece of cloth or nylon
and fix the ends of the fabric with adhesive tape, as shown in the
illustration.
Protective cover size:
Area Measurement
a 700 mm (27.56 in.)
b 120 mm (4.72 in.)



10. REMOVE FRONT PILLAR GARNISH LH



1. w/ Curtain Shield Airbag:
NOTICE:
Install a protective cover onto the curtain shield airbag as soon as the front
pillar garnish is removed.
Replace the special clip with a new one when the front pillar garnish is
removed.

3. Disengage the 2 clips and the 2 claws and remove the front pillar garnish.



2. w/o Curtain Shield Airbag:
1. Disengage the 2 clips and the 2 claws and remove the front pillar garnish.



3. Using a clip remover, remove the 4 wire harness clamps.



4. w/ Front No. 2 Speaker:
1. Disconnect the speaker connector.



2. Using a screwdriver with its tip wrapped in protective tape, disengage the
clip and hook and remove the front No. 2 speaker.



5. w/ Curtain Shield Airbag:
1. Completely cover the curtain shield airbag with a piece of cloth or nylon
and fix the ends of the fabric with adhesive tape, as shown in the
illustration.
Protective cover size:
Area Measurement
a 700 mm (27.56 in.)
b 120 mm (4.72 in.)



11. REMOVE SWITCH HOLE BASE



1. Disengage the 2 clips and 2 claws and remove the switch hole base.



12. REMOVE GLOVE COMPARTMENT DOOR ASSEMBLY



1. Slightly deform the upper part of the glove compartment door assembly to release
the 2 stoppers and open the glove compartment door assembly until it becomes
horizontal.



2. Pull the glove compartment door assembly out horizontally to disengage the hinge
portion and remove the glove compartment door assembly.
NOTICE:
Pull the glove compartment door out horizontally, otherwise, installation failure
caused by excessive play around the hinge portion will result.



13. REMOVE INSTRUMENT PANEL SUB-ASSEMBLY UPPER



1. Slide the slider and disconnect the passenger airbag connector.
2. Disconnect the clamp.



3. Remove the 2 <C> bolts and 4 <B> screws.





4. Disconnect the connectors.
5. Disengage the claw and 3 clips while lifting the rear instrument panel up.



6. While lifting the instrument panel, slide it toward the rear of the vehicle.
Disengage the 5 claws of the front side of the instrument panel and remove the
instrument panel.








14. REMOVE STARTER CUT RELAY



1. Remove the starter cut relay.
































STARTER CUT RELAY (w/ Entry
and Start System) > INSPECTION




1. INSPECT STARTER CUT RELAY



1. Check the resistance.
1. Using an ohmmeter, measure the resistance between the terminals.
Standard resistance:
Tester
Connection
Specified Condition
Below 1 (when
battery voltage
applied to terminals
1 and 2)
3 - 5
10 k or higher
If the result is not as specified, replace the relay.
































STARTER CUT RELAY (w/ Entry
and Start System) > INSTALLATION




1. INSTALL STARTER CUT RELAY



1. Install the starter cut relay.



2. INSTALL INSTRUMENT PANEL SUB-ASSEMBLY UPPER



1. Using a nipper, cut off both ends of the runner portion shown in the illustration
(When installing a new one).
2. Engage the 5 claws at the upper side of the instrument panel.



3. Engage the claw and the 3 clips at the lower side of the instrument panel.





4. Install the instrument panel upper with the 2 <C> bolts and the 4 <B> screws.
Torque:
20 N*m{ 204 kgf*cm , 15 ft.*lbf } for bolt



5. Connect the connectors.








6. Connect the passenger airbag connector and clamp.



3. INSTALL GLOVE COMPARTMENT DOOR ASSEMBLY



1. Engage the claw of the hinge portion in the horizontal direction to install the
glove compartment door assembly.
NOTICE:
Engage the claw in the horizontal direction, otherwise, installation failure caused
by excessive play around the hinge portion will result.



2. Slightly deform the upper portion of the glove compartment door assembly to
engage the stopper.



4. INSTALL SWITCH HOLE BASE



1. Disengage the 2 clips and 2 claws and install the switch hole base.



5. INSTALL FRONT PILLAR GARNISH RH



1. w/ Curtain Shield Airbag:
1. Remove the piece of cloth or nylon.



2. w/ Front No. 2 Speaker:
1. Insert the hook into the body hole.
2. Engage the clip and install the front speaker.



3. Connect the speaker connector.



3. Install the 3 antenna cord clamps.
4. Connect the connector.



5. w/ Curtain Shield Airbag:



1. Install a new special clip and the clip onto a new front pillar garnish.
2. Engage the 2 clips and the 2 claws and install the front pillar garnish.



6. w/o Curtain Shield Airbag:



1. Engage the 2 clips and the 2 claws and install the front pillar garnish.



6. INSTALL FRONT PILLAR GARNISH LH



1. w/ Curtain Shield Airbag:
1. Remove the piece of cloth or nylon.



2. w/ Front No. 2 Speaker:
1. Insert the hook into the body hole.
2. Engage the clip and install the front speaker.



3. Connect the speaker connector.



3. Install the 4 wire harness clamps.



4. w/ Curtain Shield Airbag:



1. Install a new special clip and the clip onto a new front pillar garnish.
2. Engage the 2 clips and the 2 claws and install the front pillar garnish.



5. w/o Curtain Shield Airbag:



1. Engage the 2 clips and the 2 claws and install the front pillar garnish.



7. INSTALL FRONT DOOR OPENING TRIM WEATHERSTRIP RH
1. Install the front door opening trim weatherstrip.



8. INSTALL FRONT DOOR OPENING TRIM WEATHERSTRIP LH
1. Install the front door opening trim weatherstrip.



9. INSTALL INSTRUMENT CLUSTER FINISH PANEL



1. Fit the 3 A claws of the instrument cluster finish panel into the upper instrument
cluster finish panel center.



2. Engage the 4 claws and 5 clips and install the instrument cluster finish panel.



10. INSTALL COMBINATION METER ASSEMBLY



1. Install the combination meter assembly with the 2 screws.
2. Connect the 2 connectors.



11. INSTALL INSTRUMENT CLUSTER FINISH PANEL



1. Fit the 3 A claws of the instrument cluster finish panel into the upper instrument
cluster finish panel center.



2. Engage the 4 claws and 5 clips and install the instrument cluster finish panel.



12. INSTALL INSTRUMENT PANEL FINISH PANEL END RH



1. with CD player
1. Connect the connector.
2. Engage the 4 claws and 3 clips and install the instrument panel finish
panel end RH.



2. Except CD player
1. Connect the connector.
2. Engage the 5 claws and 3 clips and install the instrument panel finish
panel end RH.



13. INSTALL INSTRUMENT PANEL FINISH PANEL END LH



1. with CD player
1. Connect the connector.
2. Engage the 4 claws and 3 clips and install the instrument panel finish
panel end LH.



2. Except CD player
1. Connect the connector.
2. Engage the 5 claws and 3 clips and install the instrument panel finish
panel end LH.



14. CONNECT CABLE TO NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL
Torque:
5.4 N*m{ 55 kgf*cm , 48 in.*lbf }



15. CHECK SRS WARNING LIGHT
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ACC RELAY (w/ Entry and Start
System) > REMOVAL




1. DISCONNECT CABLE FROM NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL



2. REMOVE INSTRUMENT PANEL BOX



1. Open the instrument panel box.
2. Pull the hinge side of the instrument panel box out horizontally with the
instrument panel open and disengage the 2 hinges.
3. Remove the stopper of the instrument panel box from the cutout of the instrument
panel lower and remove the instrument panel box.



3. REMOVE ACC RELAY



1. Remove the ACC relay.
































ACC RELAY (w/ Entry and Start
System) > INSPECTION




1. INSPECT ACC RELAY



1. Check the resistance.
1. Using an ohmmeter, measure the resistance between the terminals.
Standard resistance:
Tester
Connection
Specified Condition
Below 1
3 - 4
10 k or higher
(when battery
voltage applied to
terminals 1 and 2)
Below 1 (when
battery voltage
applied to terminals
1 and 2)
3 - 5
10 k or higher
If the result is not as specified, replace the relay.
































ACC RELAY (w/ Entry and Start
System) > INSTALLATION




1. INSTALL ACC RELAY



1. Install the ACC relay.



2. INSTALL INSTRUMENT PANEL BOX



1. Insert the stopper of the instrument panel box from the cutout of the instrument
panel lower.
2. Engage the 2 hinges with the instrument panel open.
3. Close the instrument panel box.



3. CONNECT CABLE TO NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL
Torque:
5.4 N*m{ 55 kgf*cm , 48 in.*lbf }
































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ACC CUT RELAY (w/o Entry and
Start System) > INSPECTION




1. INSPECT ACC CUT RELAY



1. Check the resistance.
1. Using an ohmmeter, measure the resistance between the terminals.
Standard:
Tester
Connection
Specified Condition
Below 1
3 - 4
10 k or higher
(when battery
voltage to terminals
1 and 2)
Below 1 (when
battery voltage to
terminals 1 and 2)
3 - 5
10 k or higher
If the result is not as specified, replace the relay.
































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INTEGRATION RELAY >
INSPECTION




1. INSPECT INTEGRATION RELAY



1. Inspect AM2 (15A) fuse.
1. Disconnect the fuse. Using an ohmmeter, measure the resistance of the
fuse.
Standard resistance:
Tester
Connection
Specified
condition
1 - 2 Below 1
2. Inspect IG2 relay.
1. Using an ohmmeter, measure the resistance between the terminals.
Standard resistance:
Tester
Connection
Specified condition
B1 - C1 Below 1
Below 1
(Apply battery
voltage between
terminals B2 and
B3)
B1 - B4
10 k or higher
Below 1
(Apply battery
voltage between
terminals B2 and
B3)
B4 - C1
10 k or higher
NOTICE:
While using the battery for inspections, do not bring the positive and negative
tester probes too close to each other as a short circuit may occur.
































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IGNITION RELAY > INSPECTION




1. INSPECT IGNITION RELAY



1. Check the resistance.
1. Using an ohmmeter, measure the resistance between the terminals.
Standard resistance:
Tester
Connection
Specified Condition
Below 1 (when
battery voltage
applied to terminals
1 and 2)
3 - 5
10 k or higher
If the result is not as specified, replace the relay.
































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ENGINE SWITCH (w/ Entry and
Start System) > INSPECTION




1. INSPECT ENGINE SWITCH



1. Measure the resistance of the switch.
Standard resistance:
Tester
Connection
Switch
Position
Specified
Condition
7 (SS1) - 5
(GND)
Released
10 k or
higher
2 (SS2) - 5
(GND)
Released
10 k or
higher
7 (SS1) - 5
(GND)
Pushed Below 1
2 (SS2) - 5
(GND)
Pushed Below 1
If the result is not as specified, replace the engine switch.
































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Start System) > COMPONENTS








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IGNITION SWITCH (w/o Entry and
Start System) > REMOVAL




1. DISCONNECT CABLE FROM NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL



2. REMOVE STEERING COLUMN COVER



1. Turn the steering wheel to the right and remove the screw indicated in the
illustration.



2. Turn the steering wheel to the left and remove the screw indicated in the
illustration.



3. Remove the screw indicated in the illustration and remove the steering column
cover.



3. REMOVE IGNITION OR STARTER SWITCH ASSEMBLY



1. Disconnect the connector.
2. Disengage the 2 claws and remove the ignition or starter switch assembly.
































IGNITION SWITCH (w/o Entry and
Start System) > INSPECTION




1. INSPECT IGNITION OR STARTER SWITCH ASSEMBLY



1. Check the resistance.
1. Using an ohmmeter, measure the resistance between the terminals.
Standard resistance:
Condition
Tester
Connection
Standard
LOCK
Between all
terminals
10 k or
higher
ACC 2-4
Below 1

1-2-4
ON
5-6
Below 1

1-3-4
START
5-6-7
Below 1

































IGNITION SWITCH (w/o Entry and
Start System) > INSTALLATION




1. INSTALL IGNITION OR STARTER SWITCH ASSEMBLY



1. Engage the 2 claws and install the ignition or starter switch assembly.
2. Connect the connector.



2. INSTALL STEERING COLUMN COVER



1. Install the screw indicated in the illustration.



2. Turn the steering wheel to the left and install the screw indicated in the
illustration.



3. Turn the steering wheel to the right, and install the screw indicated in the
illustration.



3. CONNECT CABLE TO NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL
Torque:
5.4 N*m{ 55 kgf*cm , 48 in.*lbf }