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GENERAL - Fusible Link, Fuse and IOD or Storage Connector Location *

FUSIBLELINK, FUSEAND

OD OR STORAGE CONNECTOR LOCATION

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Symbol

Name

Symbol

Dedicatedfuse block

A

Fusible link (for ABS circuit)

--

C

B

IOD or storage connector

Fusible link block

A

Multi-purposefuse block

/

/

Dedicatedfuse block

b

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GENERAL - Inspection Terminal Location

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INSPECTION TERMINAL LOCATION

Name

I Data link connector

Diagnostic trouble code erasure connector I<ABSs

Engine speed detection connector

Symbol

1C

IB

A

Name

I Fuel pump check connector

I

Ignitiontiming adjustment connector

110003521

Symbol

IA

IA

Engine speed

Ignitiontiming

adiustment connector check connector

- Fuel pump

-71

00001555

Diagnostictrouble code

erasureconnector

0377

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GENERAL - Groundina Cable Location / Groundinn Location

GROUNDING CABLE LOCATION

110003522

GROUNDING LOCATION

110003523

NOTE

Same ground numbers are used in the circuit diagram.

GENERAL - Groundina Location

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GENERAL - Grounding Location

GENERAL -

Relay Location

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RELAY LOCATION

110003524

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Name

1 Symbol

1

Name

1Symbol ]

ABS

motor relay

IC

Horn relay 4 994 models>

ABS power relay

 

F

Horn relay <From 1995 models>

I ABS

valve relay

I C

1Multiport fuel injection relay

 

A/C compressor clutch relay

B

Power window relay

F

.-

Blower motor relay

G

Radiator fan

motor control relay

B

Condenser fan motor relay

B

Radiator fan

motor relay

A

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Defogger relay

F

Starter relay

F

Door lock control relay 4993 models>

F

Taillight relay

A

-

Fan motor control relay

B

Turn-signal and hazard flasher unit

G

Generator relay

A

Windshield

intermittent wiper relay

D

Headlight relay

A

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fanrelay

t&QP

th

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B

A

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Radiator fan motor control

relay or condenser fan

Condenser fan

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GENERAL - Relay Location

reservoir -

Power window relay I,

GENERAL - Sensor Location

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SENSOR LOCATION

c1.5L ENGINE>

110003525

 

Name

Symbol

Name

Symbol

Air thermo sensor <NC>

 

I

Heatedoxygen sensor (rear) <Federal-From 1994 models, California- Up to 1994 models>

J

CKP sensor (crankshaftposition sensor)

E

Heatedoxygen sensor (rear)

K

<Federal-From

1996 models,

California-

<California-From 1995 models

From 1995 models>

 

CKP sensor and CMP sensor (built-in distributor) <Federal-Up to 1995 models, California-Up to 1994 models

A

Intakeair temperaturesensor

D

CMP sensor (built-indistributor)

 

A

Manifoldabsolute pressuresensor

C

<Federal-From

1996 models,

California-

From 1995 models>

EGR temperature sensor <Federal-1 994, 1995 models, California- Up to 1994 models>

G

Oxygen sensor <Federal-1993 models>

F

Engine coolant temperaturesensor A

Throttle

position sensor

B

Heated oxygen sensor (front) <Federal-From 1994 models, California- Up to 1994 models>

K

Vehicle speed sensor (Reed switch)

H

Heated oxygen sensor (front) <California-From 1995 models

 

F

c

CKP sensor and CMP

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Location

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<I .8L ENGINE>

Name

ABS speed sensor (front)

ABS speed sensor (rear)

Air thermo sensor cNC>

CKP sensor (crankshaft positionsensor) <Federal-From 1996 models, California- From 1995 models>

~~

CKP sensor and CMP sensor (built-indistributor) <Federal-Up to 1995 models, Califomia-Up to 1994 models>

CMP sensor (built-in distributor)

<Federal-From

From 1995 models>

1996 models, California-

~~

EGR temperaturesensor <Federal-1 994, 1995 models, California- Up to 1995 models>

Engine coolant temperaturesensor

Heated oxygen sensor (front) <Federal-From 1994 models, California- UDto 1995 models>

Symbol 1

Name

Symbol

 

Heated oxygen sensor (front) <California-From 1995 models>

 

F

N

Heated oxygen sensor (rear) <Federal-From 1994 models, California- Up to 1995 models>

K

J

Heated oxygen sensor (rear) <California-From 1995 models>

 

L

E

Manifold differential pressure sensor

0

<Federal-From

1996

models,

California-

From 1995 models>

 

H

Oxygen sensor <Federal-1993 models>

F

H

Throttle position sensor

 

C

G

Vehicle speed sensor (Reed switch)

I

 

-

B

Volume airflow sensor (withbuilt-inbarometric

A

pressure

sensor,

intake

air

temperature

L

sensor)

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1

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temperature sensor

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Heat protector

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1 unit

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GENERAL - Sensor Location

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Name

ABS control unit

Automatic

comDressor control unit

Automatic seat belt control unit <Up to 1994 models>

Auto-cruisecontrol unit

Symbol

Name

Symbol

C

Door lock control unit <From 1994 models>

D

A

Engine control module

B

IE

SRS air bag control unit <From 1994modelsr

E

D

Transaxle control module 4.8L Engines

C

,,

Cooling unit

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Automatic seat belt

GENERAL - Solenoid, Solenoid Valve Location

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SOLENOID, SOLENOID VALVE LOCATION

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Name

Symbol

Name

Symbol

EGR solenoid

A

4 AfT control solenoid valve

C

 

-_

-

Evaporative emission purge solenoid

B

-----

c1.5L Engine>

-L

EGRsolenoid

- 4

Evaporative emission >

,

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GENERAL - Diode Location

DIODE LOCATION

110003528

Name

I Symbol

1

Name

Symbol

Diode (for ABS circuit)

A, B

Diode (for MFI circuit)

C

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GENERAL - Junction Block

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JUNCTION BLOCK

B-62

@

0-57

8-56

1-

8-63

REMARK

Connector numbers are keyed to the configuration diagram (dashboard panel) and each circuit diagram.

pLi$E$j

B-61

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8-58

IpmGJiRg

B-65

J&Jp

HEOOMOOAA

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GENERAL - Junction Block / Jumper Connector
motor relay Fuse block (multi-purpose Z1650310
motor
relay
Fuse block
(multi-purpose
Z1650310
To body wiring harness
To body
wiring
harness
21650311
21650311

JUMPER

CONNECTOR

110003530

(Relay box in passenger compartment) Z16S0309
(Relay box in passenger compartment)
Z16S0309
JUMPER CONNECTOR 11 0003530 (Relay box in passenger compartment) Z16S0309 B-45X Zk 15-AGE1 702-E I TSB

B-45X

Zk

15-AGE1702-E

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CENTRALIZED JUNCTION

FUSIBLE LINK

110003531

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No.

Circuit

I

Housing color

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1 Rated capacity (A)

1

Fusible link No. 6, 7, 8 <when the engine is stopped> and Fusiblelink No. 2,3,4,5,9 dedicatedfuse No. 1 <after start of the engine> circuit

~ Black

2

MFI circuit

Blue

20

3

Headlight,taillight and generator circuit

Pink

30

~

4

Radiator fan motor, condenser fan motor and NC compressor circuit

Pink

30

5

Ignition switch circuit

Green

40

6

Multi-purposefuse (in the junction block) No. 1, 6,8, 13, 14 circuit

Green

40

7

Power window circuit

Pink

30

8

Defoggercircuit

Blue

20

9

ABS circuit

I Yellow

I 60

(Relay box in engine compartment)

Fusible link 1 - 8

Z16SO162

(Connected directly to battery positive terminal)

Z16SO157

 

No.

Rated capacity

(A)

Housing Color

ppp--

 

Power supply circuit Battery

1

10

Red

Taillight relay (Battery)

2

10

Red

3

-

-

Headlight relay (Battery)

4

10

Red

Battery

5

10

Red

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I Power supply circuit

1No.

I Rated capacity

(A)

1Housing Color

Battery

6

10

Red

7

20

Yellow

fuses 6, 7

Circuit Hazard light circuit Taillight and illumination circuit

-

Upper beam indicator circuit ABS circuit

1 Dedicated fuses 1 -5

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Circuit A/C compressor circuit Condenser fan motor circuit

.

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<1.5L ENGINE (A/T)>

Power supply circuit

No.

Rated capacity

Battery

6

10

Radiator fan motor control relay (Battery)

7

~

20

Condenser fan motor control relay (Battery)

8

I 2o

Dedicated fuses 6 - 8

Power supply circuit

No.

Rated capacity

Battery

6

10

Condenser fan motor relay (Battery)

7

25

fuses 6,7

(A)

Housing Color

Circuit

Red

A/C compressor circuit

Yellow

Radiator fan motor circuit

Yellow

Condenser fan motor circuit

 

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(A)

Housing Color

Circuit

Red

AJC compressor circuit

Yellow

Condenser fan motor circuit

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ZlffiO160

DEDICATED FUSE 6,7 (NC compressor clutch relay bracket in engine compartment)

<From 1994 models>

Power supply circuit

-4%.

Rated capacity (A)

Housing Color

I Circuit

Battery

6

10

Red

AJC compressor circuit

 

~-

Condenser fan motor relay (Battery)

7

20”,25*2

Yellow

Condenser fan motor circuit

fuses 6, 7

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GENERAL - Centralized Junction

MULTI-PURPOSE FUSE (In junction block)

Power supply

No.

circuit

 

~

Sattety

1

Ignition switch

2

<IG1>

 

3

Ignition switch

4

<ACC>

 

5

Battery

6

Ignition switch

7

<IG1>

Battery

8

~~

~

Ignition switch

9

<ACC>

 

10

11

Battety

12

13

14

 

~

Ignition switch

15

<IG2>

 

16

17

-

Rated

capacity

(A)

1 I

I

Housina

Color"

2W1 25** 1Yellow

10

1Red

10

15

Load Circuit

Blower motor

Back-up light, buzzer assembly and combination meter <3A/T>,SRS air bag control unit*2

Combination meter, buzzer assembly and auto-cruise control main switch

Cigarette lighter and remote controlled mirror

Clock, radio and tape player and auto-cruise control unit

lo

i Red

15*l 20**

1Blue

Stop light

Turn signal and hazard flasher unit, SRS air bag control unit**

Door lock control relay*' , door lock control unit**

Horn

Wiper and washer motor

:: Dome light, luggage compartment light, clock, radio and tape

player, combination meter, door lock control relay*l, engine

control module, transaxle control module

~~

Blower motor relay, defogger relay, power window relay,

automatic compressor control unit, ABS power relay, ABS valve relay, buzzer assembly, auto-cruise control unit and

automatic seat belt control unit*3

 

-

10

I Red

~

Combination meter <4pJTs and transaxle control module

NOTE

*1: 1993 models *2: From 1994 models *3: Up to 1994 models

GENERAL - Centralized Junction

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Connector No.

A-01X

A-02X

A-03X

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Name

Connector No.

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Name

Generator relay

A-04X

Headlight relay

A-05X

Taillight relay

Radiator fan motor relay

A-06X

IOD or storage connector

A-01X

(AK compressor clutch relay bracket in engine compartment)

A-50X

Name

I

Radiator fan motor control relay-'

Condenser fan motor relay'*

Connector No.

A-51X

A-52X

Condenser fan motor relay

Fan-motor control relay*2

A/C compressor clutch relay

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NOTE *1: 1.5L engine <A/T>-1993 models and 1.5L engine-From 1994 models *2: 1.8L engine

4.5L engine-1993

models>

4.8L engine and 1.5L engine -From

1994 models>

-

Y16SO158

Y16SM41

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(Relay box in passenger compartment)

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Connector NO.

1

Name

1 Connector NO.

B-41X

ABS power relay

1B-46X

B-42X

Power window relay

1B-47X

B-43X

1Horn relay 4994 models>

 

I B-48X

B-44X

 

els> Door lock control unit <From 1994 models>

 

B-45X

J/C (for earth circuit)

 

6-41X

B-42X

B-43X

B-44X

 

-

.

B-45X

B-47X

B-46X

B-48X

E

B-49X

1

-

Defogger relay

I Starter relay

I-

Y16S0309

Name

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GENERAL - Harness Connector Inspection

HARNESS CONNECTOR INSPECTION

Connector

pin (Harness

intended for

checking the

contact

pressure)

110000779

CONNECTOR CONTINUITY AND VOLTAGE TEST

Followthe steps below to avoid causing poor connector contact and/or reduced waterproof performance of waterproof connec- tors when checking continuity and/or voltage at connectors. (1) If checking is performed with the circuit in the state of continuity, be sure to use the special tool (harnessconnec- tor). Never insert a test bar from the harness side, because to do so will reduce the waterproof performance and result in corrosion. (2) If the connectors are disconnected to check the female pin, use the harness intended for checking the contact pressure of the connector pin. Never force the insertion of a test bar, because to do so will cause poor or improper contact. (3) When checking the male pin, contact the test bar directly to the pins. Care must be taken not to short-circuit the connector pins.

TERMINAL ENGAGEMENT CHECK

When the terminal stopper of connector is out of order, engage- ment of male and female terminals becomes improper even when the connector itself is engaged perfectly and the terminal sometimes slips out to the rear side of connector. Ascertain, therefore, that each terminal does not come off the connector by pulling each harness wire.

Z16R1317

CONNECTOR TERMINAL ENGAGEMENT AND DISENGAGEMENT

Connectors which are loose shall be rectified by removing the female terminal from connector housing and raising its lance to establish a more secure engagement. Removal of connector terminal used for MFI and 4 A/T control circuit shall be done in the following manner.

COMPUTER CONNECTOR

(1) Insert screwdriver [1.4 mm (.06in.) width] as shown in the figure, disengage front holder and remove it.

Z16R1319

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(2) Insert harness of terminal to be rectified deep into connec- tor from harness side and hold it there.

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Z16R1320

Z16P.1321

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Insert tip of screwdriver [1.4 mm (.06in.) width] into connec- tor in a manner as shown in the figure, raise housing lance slightly with it and pull out harness.

Caution Tool No. 753787-1 supplied by AMP can be used instead of screwdriver.

(4) Insert needle through a hole provided on terminal and raise contact point of male terminal.

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Needle

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ROUND WATERPROOF CONNECTOR

(1) Remove waterproof cap by using a screwdriver. (2) Insert tip of screwdriver [1.4 mm (.06 in.) or 2.0 mm (.08 in.) width] into connector in a manner as shown in the figure, raise housing lance slightly with it and pull out harness.

Housing lance

Housing lance

Z16R1323

Z16R1323

7Zi6R1324

(3) Insert screwdriver through a hole provided on terminal and raise contact point of male terminal.

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RECTANGULAR WATERPROOF CONNECTOR

(1)

Disengagefront holder by using a screwdriver and remove it.

(2) Insert tip of screwdriver r0.8 mm (.03in.) width] into con- nector in a manner as shown in the figure, push it lightly to raise housing lancer and pull out harness. *If right size screwdriver is not available, convert a conven- tional drive to suit the size.

Housing lance

Z16R1326

(3) Press contact point of male terminal down by holding a screwdriver [1.4 mm (.06 in.) width] in a manner as shown in the figure.

216R1328

INJECTOR CONNECTOR

(1) Remove waterproof cap.

(2)

tor in a manner as shown in the figure, press in terminal lance and pull out harness.

(3) Press contact point of male terminal down by holding a screwdriver [1.4 mm (.06 in.) width] in a manner as shown in the figure.

in.) width] into connec-

Insert tip of screwdriver [1.4 mm (.06

Caution Ensurethat lance is in proper conditionbeforeterminal is inserted into connector.

Terminal lance

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HOW TO DIAGNOSE

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The most important point in troubleshooting is to determine “Probable Causes”. Once the probable causes are determined, parts to be checked can be limitedto those associated with such probablecauses. Therefore, unnecessary checks can be eliminated. The determination of the probable causes must be based on

a theory and be supported by facts and must not be based on intuition only.

TROUBLESHOOTING STEPS

If an attempt is made to solve a problem without going through correct steps for troubleshooting, the

problem symptoms could become more complicated, resulting in failure to determine the causes correctly

and making incorrect repairs. The four steps below should be followed in troubleshooting.

Observation of Problem Symptoms

Determination of

Probable Causes

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Observe the symptom carefully. Check if there are also other problems.

In determining the probable causes, it is necessary to check I the wiring diagram to understandthe circuit as a system. Knowl- edge of switches, relays and other parts is necessary for accu- rate determination. The causes of similar problems in the past must be taken into account.

Troubleshooting is carried out by making step by step checks until the true cause is found. Always go through the procedures considering what check is to be made where for the best results.

Confirmation

INFORMATION FOR DIAGNOSIS

After the problems are corrected, be sure to check that the system operates correctly. Also, check that new problems have not been caused by the repair.

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This manual contains the cable diagrams as well as the individual circuit drawings, operational explanations, and troubleshooting hints for each component requiredto facilitate the task of troubleshooting. The information is compiled in the following manner:

(1) Cable diagrams show the connector positions, etc., on the actual vehicle as well as the harness path. (2) Circuit drawings show the configuration of the circuit with all switches in their normal positions. (3) Operational explanations include circuit drawings of voltage flow when the switch is operated and how the component operates in reaction. (4) Troubleshooting hints include numerous examples of problems which might occur, traced backward in a common-sense manner to the origin of the trouble. Problems whose origins may not be found in this manner are pursued through the various system circuits. NOTE Components of MFI, ETACS, ECS, etc. with electronic control unit do not include 3 and 4 above. For this information, refer to a manual which includes details of these components.

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INSPECTION

1. Visual and aural checks

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Check relay operation, blower motor rotation,light illumina- tion, etc. visually or aurally. The flow of current is invisible but can be checked by the operation of the parts.

2. Simple checks

For example, if a headlight does not come on and a faulty fuse or poor grounding is suspected, replace the fuse with a new one or ground the light to the body by a jumper wire to determine which part is responsibleforthe problem.

3. Checking with instruments

Use an appropriate instrument in an adequate range and read the indication correctly. You must have sufficient knowledge and experienceto handle instrumentscorrectly.

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INSPECTION INSTRUMENTS

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In inspection, make use of the following instruments.

1. Test lights

A test light consists of a 12V bulb and lead wires. It is

used to check voltages or short-circuits.

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2. Self-power test light

A self-power test light consists of a bulb, battery and lead

wires connected in series. It is used to check continuity

or grounding.

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3.

Jumper wire

 

A jumper wire is used to close an open circuit. Never use one to connect a power supply directly to a load.

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4.

Voltmeter

Red

I/

Black lead wire

Ground

*

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Normal open (NO) type

OFF

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ON

>urrent does not flow

Current flows

Avoltmeter is used to measure the circuit voltage. Normally, the positive (red lead) probe is applied to the point of voltage measurement and the negative (black lead) probe to the body ground.

5.

Ohmmeter

An ohmmeter is used to check continuity or measure resis- tance of a switch or coil. If the measuring range has been changed, the zero point must be adjusted before measure- ment.

CHECKING SWITCHES

110000783

In a circuit diagram, a switch IS represented by a symbol and in the idle state.

1. Normal open or normal close switch Switches are classified into those which make the circuit open and those which make the circuit closed when off.

Current flows

Current does not flow

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2. SWITCH CONNECTION This figure illustrates a complex switch. The continuity between terminals at each position is as indicated in the table below.

Position

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Terminal No.

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Cod

Iron

piece

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Power supply

@+l Relay

LightFuse &iSwitchON

--

-- 7lfiAnDKA

I Normal open (NO) type

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Deenergized state

Energized state

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Current does not flow

Current flows

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CHECKING RELAYS

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1.

When current flows through the coil of a relay, its core is magnetized to attract the iron piece, closing (ON) the contact at the tip of the iron piece. When the coil current is turned off, the iron piece is made to return to its original position by a spring, opening the contact (OFF).

2.

By using a relay, a heavy current can be turned on and off by a switch of small capacity. For example, in the circuit shown here, when the switch is turned on (closed),current flows to the coil of the relay. Then, its contact is turned on (closed) and the light comes on. The current flowing at this time to the switch is the relay coil current only and is very small.

3.

The relays may be classified into the normal open type and the normal close type by their contact construction.

NOTE

The deenergized state means that no current is flowing through the coil and the energizedstate means that current is flowing through the coil.

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Energized state

1

Normal close (NC) type

When a normal close type relay as illustrated here is

checked, there should be continuity between terminals

(1) and (2) and between terminals 3 and 4 when the relay

is deenergized, and the continuity should be lost between

terminals 3 and 4 when the battery voltage is applied

to the terminals 1 and 2. A relay can be checked in this

manner and it cannot be determined if a relay is okay

Deenergized state

or faulty by checking its state only when it is deenergized

(or energized).

Current flows

Current does not flow

Z16A0257

CHECKING FUSES

110000785

A blade type fuse has test taps provided to allow checking of the fuse itself without removing it from the fuse block. The fuse is okay if the test light comes on when its one lead is connected to the test taps (one at a time) and the other lead is grounded. (Change the ignition switch position adequately so that the fuse circuit becomes live.)

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State of fuse blown due to overcurrent

CAUTIONS IN EVENT OF BLOWN FUSE When afuse is blown,there are two probablecauses as follows:

One is that it is blown due to flow of current exceeding its rating. The other is that it is blown due to repeated on/off current flowing through it. Which of the two causes is responsible can be easily determined by visual check as described below.

(1) Fuse blown due to current exceeding rating The illustration shows the state of a fuse blown due to

21680237 this cause. In this case, do not replace the fuse with a new one hastily since a current heavy enough to blow the fuse has flowed through it. First, check the circuit for shorting and check for abnormal electric parts. Only after the correction of such shorting or parts, fuse of the same capacity should be used as a replacement. Never use a fuse of larger capacity than the one that has blown. If such a fuse is used, electric parts or wirings could be damaged before the fuse blows in the event an overcurrent occurs again.

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State of fuse blown due, to thermal fatigue

(2)

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Fuse blown due to repeated current on/off The illustration shows the state of a fuse blown due to repeated current on/off. Normally, this type of problem occurs after fairly long period of use and hence is less frequent than the above type. In this case, you may simply replace with a new fuse of the same capacity.

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CHECKING CABLES AND WIRES

110000786

1.

Check connections for looseness, rust and stains.

2.

Check terminals and wires for corrosion by battery electro- lyte, etc.

3.

Check terminals and wires for open circuit or impending open circuit.

4.

Check wire insulation and coating for damage, cracks and degrading.

5.

Check conductive parts of terminals for contact with other metallic parts (vehicle body and other parts).

6.

Check grounding parts to verify that there is complete continuity between attaching bolt(s) and vehicle body.

7.

Check for incorrect wiring.

8.

Check that wirings are so clamped as to prevent contact with sharp corners of the vehicle body, etc. or hot parts (exhaust manifold, pipe, etc.).

9.

Check that wirings are clamped firmly to secure enough clearance from the fan pulley, fan belt and other rotating or moving parts.

10.

Check that the wirings between the fixed parts such as the vehicle body and the vibrating parts such as the engine are made with adequate allowance for vibrations.

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BATTERY HANDLING

110003532

When checking or servicing does not require power from the vehicle battery, be sure to disconnect the cable from the battery (-) terminal. This is to prevent problems that could be caused by a short circuit. Disconnectthe (-) terminalfirst and reconnect it last.

Caution

(-) terminalfirst and reconnect it last. Caution 1. Before connecting or disconnecting the negative

1.

Before connecting or

disconnecting the negative

cable, be sure to turn off the ignition switch and the lighting switch. (If this is not done, there is the possibil-

ity of semiconductor parts being damaged.)

2.

After completion of the work steps [when the battery’s negative(-)terminal is connected],warm upthe engine and allow it to idle for approximatelyten minutes under the conditions described below, in order to stabilize the engine control conditions, and then check to be sure that the idling is satisfactory. Engine coolant temperature: 85-95°C (185-203°F) Lights, electric fans, accessories: OFF Transaxle: Neutral position (A/l models: ‘“”or “P”) Steering wheel: Neutral (center) position

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A circuit consists of the power supply, switch, relay, load, ground, etc. There are various methods to check a circuit including an overall check, voltage check, short-circuit check and continuity check. Each of these methods is briefly de- scribed in the following.

1. VOLTAGE CHECK

(1) Ground one lead wire of the test light. If a voltmeter

is used instead of the test light, ground the grounding

side lead wire.

(2) Connect the other lead wire of the test light to the

power side terminal of the switch connector. The test light should come on or the voltmeter should indicate

a voltage.

(3) Then, connect the test light or voltmeter to the motor connector. The test light should not come on, or the

voltmeter should indicate no voltage. When the switch

is turned on in this state, the test light should come

on, or the voltmeter should indicate a voltage, with motor starting to run. (4) The circuit illustrated here is normal but if there is any problem such as the motor failing to run, check voltages beginning at the connector nearest to the motor until the faulty part is identified.

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2. SHORT-CIRCUITS CHECK Because the fuse has blown, it is probable that there is a short-circuited circuit. Follow the procedures below to narrow down the short-circuit location.

Take out the blown fuse and connect the test light to the discon- nected terminal (switch OFF)

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The test light illuminates

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test light should come on or the ohmmeter should

read 0 ohm only when the terminals 3 and 4 are inter- connected.

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72

Door

73

Luggage Compartment

Engine Compartment

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Overall Configuration Diagram

How to Read Configuration Diagrams

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Under Rear Floor

78

Instrument Panel

70

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OVERALL CONFIGURATION DIKGRAM

Roof wiring harness

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(1) This illustration shows only the major wiring harnesses.

(2)

This illustration shows only the major wiring harnesses. (2) Indicates also equipped at the right side.

Indicates also equipped at the right side.

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Fuel pump wiring harness

Rear wiring harness

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HOW TO READ CONFIGURATION DIAGRAMS

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The wiring harness diagrams clearly show the connector locations and harness routings at each site on actual vehicles.

Denotesconnector No The same connector No is usedthroughoutthe circuit diagrams to facilitate con- nector location searches The first alphabetical symbol indicates the location site of the connector and a number that follows is the unique number Numbers are assigned to parts in clockwise order on the diagram. In addition, the number of connector wires and the connector cdor (except milk white)' are shown for ease of retrieval

Example,A-12

E

2-

Connectorcolor

(milk white if no color is indicated)

con-

Number of

nector wires

Number specific to connector (serial number)

Connector location site symbol A Enginecompartment

 

B

Dash panel

C

Instrumentpanel

D Interior

*.Typical connectorcolors.

E

Door

Black, white, red, blue,

F

Luggagecompartment

yellow,green, brown,etc

G. Under rear floor

means that

the connector

with

A-O1X

Generator relay*

A-02X

-

A-03X

Radiator fan motor relay'

A-04X

Headlight relay'

A-11

-

A-12

-

A-13

-

A-I4

-

A-I5

Front turn signal light (LH)

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1.5L ENGINE cup to 1994 models>

Connector

symbol

(4-Black)

A-09

(1-Black)

A-10

A-01X

A-02X

A-03X

A-04X

A-05X

A-06X

A-07

A-08

A-09

A-10

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Generator relay*

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Radiator fan motor relay* Headlight relay* Taillight relay*

IOD or storage connector*

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-

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A-11

-

A-I2

-

A-I3

-

A-14

-

A-15

Front turn signal light (LH)

A-16

-

A-I7

-

A-18

-

A-19

-

A-20

-

A-21

Horn (LH)

A-22

Horn (LH)

A-23

Headlight (LH)

A-24

Power steering pressure switch

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A-23

A-22

A-21

(3-Black)

(1)

(1)

8

(3-Gray)

A-25

Generator

A-26

Generator .

A-27

Oil pressure switch

A-28

Starter

A-29

Starter

A-30

Radiator fan assembly

A-31

Headlight (RH)

A-32

Horn (RH)

A-33

Horn (RH)

NOTE

*:

A-34

Front turn signal light (RH)

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Connector

symbol

A-35

Windshield wiper motor

A-46

Brake fluid level switch

A-36

Windshield washer motor

A-47

Control wiring harness and A/C wiring

A-37

Ignition timing adjustment connector

harness combination

A-38

Idle air control motor

A-48

Magnetic clutch and refrigerant

A-39

Manifold absolute pressure sensor

temperature switch <A/C>

A-40

Throttle position sensor

A-49

Dual pressure switch* <NC>

A-41

Engine speed detection connector

A-50X

Radiator fan motor control relay*

A-42

EGR solenoid

<A/T (NC), M/T (A/C)-1994 models>

A-43

Evaporative emission purge solenoid

A-51X

Condenser fan motor relay* <A/C>

A-44

Fuel pump check connector

.

A-52X

A/C compressor clutch relay* <NC>

A-45

Intake air temperature sensor

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(2-Black)

A-46

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(6-Gray)

A-47

(1)

A-48

A-53

Front wiring harness and A/C wiring

A-60

Injector No. 3

harness combination <NC>

A-61

Injector No. 4

A-54

No connection

A-62

EGR temperature sensor

<M/T, A/T-1994

models>

A-63

Engine coolant temperature sensor

A-55

Condenser fan motor

1

A-64

Engine coolant temperature gauge unit

A-56

Injector No.

A-65

Oxygen sensor 4993 models>

A-57

Injector No.

2

A-66

Distributor assembly

A-58

Control wiring harness and heated oxygen A-67

Distributor assembly

sensor wiring harness combination

A-68

Back-up light switch <M/Ts

<California, Federal-I 994 models>

A-69

Park / neutral position switch <A/T>

A-59

Heated oxygen sensor (front) <California, Federal-1 994 models> NOTE *: Refer to CENTRALIZED JUNCTION

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ENGINE COMPARTMENT

1.5L ENGINE c1995 models>

Connector

symbol

A 5:

(6-BlackY3

(4-Bla~k)*~

A-09

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(1-Black)

A-10

A-01X

A-02X

A-03X

A-04X

A-05X

A-06X

A-07

A-08

A-09

A-10

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A-33

(1)

Generator relay*’

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Radiator fan motor relay*’

Taillight Headlight relay*Y*’ rela

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-

A-I2

-

A-I3

-

A-I4

-

A-I5

Front turn signal light (LH)

A-I6

-

A-I7

-

A-18

-

A-19

-

A-20

-

A-21

Horn (LH)

A-22

Horn (LH)

A-23

Headlight (LH)

A-24

Power steering pressure switch

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A-25

Generator

A-26

Generator

A-27

Oil pressure switch

A-28

Starter

A-29

Starter

A-30

Radiator fan assembly

A-31

Headlight (RH)

A-32

Horn (RH)

A-33

Horn (RH)

A-34

Front turn signal light (RH)

NOTE *l: Refer to

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Connector

symbol

A-69

/

(12-Black)

(3-Black)

A-39

&,&)

A-40

Ground

cable

A-35

Windshield wiper motor

A-45

Intake air temperature sensor

A-36

Windshield washer motor

A-46

Brake fluid level switch

A-37

Ignition timing adjustment connector

A-47

Control wiring harness and A/C wiring

A-38

Idle air control motor

harness combination

A-39

Manifold absolute pressure sensor

A-48

Magnetic clutch and refrigerant

A-40

Throttle position sensor

temperature switch <NC>

A-41

Engine speed detection connector

A-49

Dual pressure switch <NC>

A-42

EGR solenoid

A-50X

Radiator fan motor control relay*

A-43

Evaporative emission purge solenoid

<NC>

A-44

Fuel pump check connector

A-51X

Condenser fan motor relay" cNC>

 

A-52X

A/C compressor clutch relay* <NC>

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A-76 (3-Black)

A-49 (2)

A-77 (4-Black)

A-50X

A-51X

A-52X

A-53

(6-Gray)

A-53

Front wiring harness and A/C wiring

A-65

Heated oxygen sensor (front)

A-54

harness combination <NC> No connection

A-66

<California> Distributor assembly

A-55

Condenser fan motor

A-67

Distributor assembly

A-56

Injector No.

1

A-68

Back-up light switch <MK>

A-57

Injector No. 2

A-69

Park / neutral position switch <pJT>

A-58

Control wiring

harness and heated

A-70

-

oxygen sensor wiring harness combination

A-71

-

A-59

Heated oxygen sensor

(front)

A-72

-

<Federal>

A-73

-

Heated oxygen

sensor (rear)

A-74

-

<California>

A-75

-

A-60

Injector No. 3

A-76

Crankshaft position sensor <California>

A-61

Injector No. 4

A-77

Horn relay

A-62

EGR temperature sensor

 

A-63

<Federal> Engine coolant temperature sensor

NOTE *: Refer to CENTRALIZED JUNCTION

A-64

Engine coolant temperature gauge unit

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ENGINE COMPARTMENT

1.5L ENGINE <From 1996 models>

Connector

symbol

(6-Black)

(I-Black)

A-09

A-I 0

A-01X

A-02X

A-03X

A-04X

A-05X

A-06X

A-07

A-08

A-09

A-10

-34

Generator relay*

-

Radiator fan motor relay* Headlight relay’ Taillight relay*

IOD or storage connector*

-

-

Front wiring harness and control wiring harness combination Control wiring harness and battery cable assembly combination

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A-11

-

A-12

-

A-13

-

A-14

-

A-15

Front turn signal light (LH)

A-I6

-

A-17

-

A-I8

-

A-19

-

A-20

-

A-21

Horn (LH)

A-22

Horn (LH)

A-23

Headlight (LH)

A-24

Power steering pressure switch

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.I 5 (3-Gray)

A-23

A-22

A-21

(3-Black)

(1)

(1)

A-25

Generator

A-26

Generator

A-27

Oil pressure switch

A-28

Starter

A-29

Starter

A-30

Radiator fan assembly

A-31

Headlight (RH)

A-32

Horn (RH)

A-33

Horn (RH)

A-34

Front turn signal light (RH)

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Connector

symbol

/

A-69

(12-Black)

-

A-35

Windshield wiper motor

A-45

Intake air temperature sensor

A-36

Windshield washer motor

A-46

Brake fluid level switch

A-37

Ignition

timing adjustment connector

A-47

Control wiring harness and NC wiring

A-38

Idle air control motor

harness combination

A-39

Manifold absolute pressure sensor

A-48

Magnetic clutch and refrigerant

A-40

Throttle position sensor

temperature switch <NC>

A-41

Engine speed detection connector

A-49

Dual pressure switch <A/C>

A-42

EGR solenoid

A-50X

Radiator fan motor control relay* <A/C>

A-43

Evaporative emission purge solenoid

A-51X

Condenser fan motor relay* <NC>

A-44

Fuel pump check connector

A-52X

A/C compressor clutch relay* <NC>

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A-56

(2-Blue)

p-7

A-54

(2)

A-53

Front wiring harness and NC wiring

A-66

Distributor assembly

harness

combination <NC>

A-67

Distributor assembly

A-54

No connection

A-68

Back-up light switch <M/T>

A-55

Condenser fan motor

A-69