Audiovox Car Security System APS 996a Specifications

WIFI Top Controller
For
3000GT Spyder SL and VR4
Actual Size Shown
Features and Benefits

Remote control operation of convertible roof

Remote control operation of tonneau

Interfaces with most multi channel car alarm systems

Interrupt and reverse direction of top or tonneau operation

Automatic continuation after Safety Stop

Adjustable closure timer

Low standby current drain

Small 2.6 x 4.25 x 1.12 footprint

Easy installation
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Table of Contents
General Description .......................................................................................3
Functional Block Diagram ..............................................................................3
Pin Assignment..............................................................................................4
Functional Description ...................................................................................4
Specifications.................................................................................................5
PCB Layout...................................................................................................6
Installation Instructions ..................................................................................7
Wiring Color Codes (WIFI TOP™ Harness)....................................................7
Wiring the Harness ........................................................................................8
Audiovox APS-996a Specific Programming...................................................9
Troubleshooting the Installation .....................................................................9
Remote Top Testing ....................................................................................10
Adjustment Procedure for Closure Timer using R19/R37 ............................11
Remote Start Neutral Safety Switch ............................................................12
Installing The Magnetic Switch and Magnet ................................................13
Magnetic Switch and Relay Circuit ..............................................................14
Installing the APS-996a Alarm .....................................................................15
APS-996a Wiring for 3000GT ......................................................................16
Wiring Color Codes (APS-996a Alarm)........................................................17
APS-996A Tach Programming.....................................................................17
Remote Start Safety Tests...........................................................................18
How to Read the 3000GT Wiring Diagrams.................................................18
3000GT Specific Wiring diagrams ...............................................................18
Table of Tables
Table 1 - Pin Assignment...............................................................................4
Table 2 - Specifications .................................................................................5
Table 3 – WIFI TOP™ Harness ......................................................................7
Table 4 - APS-996a Specific Programming ...................................................9
Table 5 - APS-996a Wiring for 3000GT .......................................................16
Table of Figures
Figure 1 - WIFI TOP™ Block Diagram............................................................3
Figure 2 – PCB Top Side Artwork..................................................................6
Figure 3 – PCB Bottom Side Artwork.............................................................6
Figure 4 - Neutral Safety Circuit...................................................................14
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General Description
The JNS WIFI TOP™ consists of precision timers and relays that simulate the
operation of the rocker switches for the top and tonneau. In the standby mode
the Interface is monitoring the trigger outputs of the car alarm system. When an
extra channel of the car alarm system is accessed by the remote control the
system wakes up and powers the Hardtop ECU. Depending on the channel
selected, the hardtop or tonneau is opened or closed according to preset timing.
Hardtop closure is timed to the safety stop and automatically actuated a second
time to complete the closure.
Power to the system is applied for a limited time to prevent battery drain. If
additional triggers are detected during system power up, the system will operate
the appropriate function until the system timer expires. If the trigger detected is
for the opposite function, the unit will reverse operations subject to the system
timer. If the system timer times out while the hardtop or tonneau is being
actuated the next trigger received will start a new system timer and allow
completion of operations.
Functional Block Diagram
Figure 1 - WIFI TOP™ Block Diagram
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Pin Assignment
DB25 PIN
1
2
5
6
7
8
10
11
12
13
14
DESCRIPTION
+12V (Battery)
Gnd
Tonneau Open Trigger
Hardtop Close Trigger
Tonneau Close Trigger
Hardtop Open Trigger
Tonneau Open Actuator
Tonneau Close Actuator
Hardtop Open Actuator
Hardtop Close Actuator
+12V (Ign2)
Table 1 - Pin Assignment
Functional Description
***CAUTION*** Care should be taken to stand clear of the top mechanism
during remote activation.
Once activated, the mechanism will operate
automatically until the timers expire.
Tonneau Open
An active low pulse on the tonneau open trigger starts a 68 second system timer
and an 8 second timing cycle to open the tonneau. The tonneau open trigger
also terminates an active tonneau close cycle allowing the operator to reverse
operations without waiting for an active cycle to complete.
Tonneau Close
An active low pulse on the tonneau close trigger starts a 68 second system timer
and an 8 second timing cycle to close the tonneau. The tonneau close trigger
also terminates an active tonneau open cycle allowing the operator to reverse
operations without waiting for an active cycle to complete.
Hardtop Open
An active low pulse on the hardtop open trigger starts a 68 second system timer
and a 29 second timing cycle to open the hardtop. The hardtop open trigger also
terminates an active hardtop close cycle allowing the operator to reverse
operations without waiting for an active cycle to complete.
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Hardtop Close
An active low pulse on the hardtop close trigger starts a 68 second system timer
and a 251 second timing cycle to close the hardtop to the safety stop. A second
timer automatically fires for 13 seconds to complete the top closure. The hardtop
close trigger also terminates an active hardtop open cycle allowing the operator
to reverse operations without waiting for an active cycle to complete. If a hardtop
open cycle is terminated quickly after it was started, the hardtop close command
will cause the hardtop to delay at the safety stop for a period of time.
***EXTREME*** care should be taken to avoid touching any part of the
mechanism until the operations are completed
Specifications
Parameter
Input voltage
Input current
Trigger voltage
Sink current
Output voltage
Source current
Source current
Tonneau open
time
Tonneau close
time
Hardtop open
time
Hardtop close to
Safety time
Hardtop close
Time
System active
time
Pin
1
1
5,6,7,8
5,6,7,8
10,11,
12,13,
14
14
10,11,
12,13
Test conditions
Min
Active trigger
Active
12
Units
V
mA
V
mA
V
Active
Active
20
20
A
A
8
S
8
S
29
S
Standby
R19 =174K1
Typical
12
5
Max
4
5
22
25
27
S
13
S
68
S
Table 2 - Specifications
1
Hardtop to safety time can be changed by turning the screw for R37 which can
be reached through the front panel.
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PCB Layout
R19 and R37 are located on the bottom side of the PCB and are highlighted in
the red boxes. Some versions of the PCB do not have a silkscreen legend on
the bottom side so you need to carefully match up the artwork features to the
figure below.
Figure 2 – PCB Top Side Artwork
Figure 3 – PCB Bottom Side Artwork
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Installation Instructions
WIFI TOP™ Interface Harness
SOURCE
DB 25
Color
PIN
1
R
Description
+12V (Battery)
DESTINATION
Connector
Color
- Pin
C59-6
W
2
B
Gnd
Chassis
B
5
W
Tonneau Open Trigger
Dark Blue Wire1
6
Y
Hardtop Close Trigger
Light Blue/Green Wire1
7
O
Tonneau Close Trigger
Light Blue/Black Wire1
8
G
Hardtop Open Trigger
Light Blue/Red Wire1
10
L
Tonneau Open Actuator
D48-10
LG-B2
11
P
Tonneau Close Actuator
D48-9
B-W2
12
BR
Hardtop Open Actuator
D48-3
GR-R2
13
GR
Hardtop Close Actuator
D48-11
L-W2
14
CL
+12V (Ign2)
D48-4
R
Table 3 – WIFI TOP™ Harness
Wiring Color Codes (WIFI TOP™ Harness)
W
B
LG-B
B-W
GR-R
L-W
BR
CL
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
White
Black
Light Green with Black stripe
Black with White stripe
Grey with Red stripe
Blue with White stripe
Brown
Clear
R
Y
O
G
L
P
GR
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
Red
Yellow
Orange
Green
Blue
Purple
Grey
1
Wire colors from the Audiovox APS-996a extra channels. These will be
different if you use another car alarm system.
2
Wire colors from the 3S manual. They were different colors in my car.
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Wiring the Harness
Red Wire: +12V Input (DB25 Pin 1)
Connect this wire to the +12VDC constant source found at the ignition harness
connector C59 pin 6 located under the driver side dash. It is the White wire. Use
a fused connection or tie in after the car alarm system fuse.
Black Wire: Gnd (DB25 Pin 2)
Connect this wire to Chassis ground. Remove the driver’s side center console
cover and use one of the relay mounts to attach a ground lug. Make sure the
ground wire is FIRMLY attached to the bare metal surface.
White Wire: Tonneau Open Trigger (DB25 Pin 5)
Connect this wire to one of the extra channels from your car alarm. In my system
I used the Dark Blue wire that is the APS-996a Channel 3 Output.
Yellow Wire: Hardtop Close Trigger (DB25 Pin 6)
Connect this wire to one of the extra channels from your car alarm. In my system
I used the Light Blue / Green wire which is the APS-996a Channel 5 Output.
Orange Wire: Tonneau Close Trigger (DB25 Pin 7)
Connect this wire to one of the extra channels from your car alarm. In my system
I used the Light Blue / Black wire which is the APS-996a Channel 6 Output.
Green Wire: Hardtop Open Trigger (DB25 Pin 8)
Connect this wire to one of the extra channels from your car alarm. In my system
I used the Light Blue / Red wire which is the APS-996a Channel 7 Output.
Blue Wire: Tonneau Open Actuator (DB 25 Pin 10)
The D48 connector is located under the control switch garnish. Find pin 10 on
the connector. It will have 12V applied when the tonneau switch is operated to
the open position. Although the manual states this wire is Light Green / Black I
found it to be Green in my car.
Purple Wire: Tonneau Close Actuator (DB 25 Pin 11)
The D48 connector is located under the control switch garnish. Find pin 9 on the
connector. It will have 12V applied when the tonneau switch is operated to the
close position. Although the manual states this wire is Black / White I found it to
be Black in my car.
Brown Wire: Hardtop Open Actuator (DB 25 Pin 12)
The D48 connector is located under the control switch garnish. Find pin 3 on the
connector. It will have 12V applied when the hardtop switch is operated to the
open position. Although the manual states this wire is Grey / Red I found it to be
Yellow in my car.
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Grey Wire: Hardtop Close Actuator (DB 25 Pin 13)
The D48 connector is located under the control switch garnish. Find pin 11 on
the connector. It will have 12V applied when the hardtop switch is operated to
the close position. Although the manual states this wire is Blue / White I found it
to be Light Blue in my car.
Clear Wire: +12V Ign2 Output (DB 25 Pin 14)
The D48 connector is located under the control switch garnish. Find pin 4 on the
connector. It will have 12V applied when the key is turned to the “On” position.
WIFI TOP™ Module Location
The best locations for the interface module are under the rocker switches or
behind the ECU. To install the interface module you will need to loosen the trim
piece that holds the rocker switches in the center console. The interface module
at 2.6 x 4.25 x 1.12 is small enough to slip into the open slot. You can zip tie it to
the wire harness or use double-sided tape as you prefer. Simply plug the module
into the Interface harness making sure it is fully seated.
Audiovox APS-996a Specific Programming
This section is specific to my installation and programming of the remote control.
These are the key combinations I programmed into the APS-996a channels.
APS-996a Channel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Remote Key Combination
“Lock”
“Unlock”
“Key”
---“Key” + “Lock”
“Option”
“Key” + “Unlock”
Function
Lock
Unlock
Tonneau Open
---Hardtop Close
Tonneau Close
Hardtop Open
Table 4 - APS-996a Specific Programming
Troubleshooting the Installation
There are 5 LEDs to assist diagnosing problems with the installation; however
they are not viewable unless the case is opened. The LEDs indicate the active
timing cycle(s).
D2
D4
D6
D11
=
=
=
=
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Tonneau Open LED
Tonneau Close LED
Hardtop Open LED
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D16
=
System LED
There are also Test points for each input trigger and ground. These are labeled
as follows:
TP1
TP2
TP3
TP4
TP5
=
=
=
=
=
Tonneau Open Trigger
Hardtop Close Trigger
Tonneau Close Trigger
Hardtop Open Trigger
Ground
The installation can be tested independently from the car alarm system by
manually triggering the timer circuits. To cause a timing cycle to begin, simply
make a momentary connection between the appropriate trigger test point and the
ground test point. The system will respond by lighting the appropriate LED and
driving the top mechanism.
When any of the four TPs is triggered, the system timer will power the car as
though the ignition switch were in the ON position. All electrical systems (such
as Climate Control and Radio) that were running when the car was last turned off
will resume operating until the system timer expires.
Remote Top Testing
Key sequences
 Press and hold “KEY” button for 4 seconds. The tonneau should open.
 Press the “OPTION” button. The tonneau should close.
 Hold the “KEY” button and then press the “UNLOCK” button. The hardtop
should open.
 Hold the “KEY” button and then press the “LOCK” button. The hardtop
should close. If the hardtop fails to complete closure after the safety stop
or spends an excessive time in the safety position, follow the adjustment
procedure for the closure timer.
 Press the “KEY” button twice within 3 seconds. The car should remote
start (if equipped). All key sequences listed above will function under
Remote Start as well as battery power only.
The Remote Top Key Sequences WILL NOT initiate any actions if the car is
running normally after being started by the key.
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Adjustment Procedure for Closure Timer using R19/R37
The closure timer determines how much time is spent raising the top to the safety
stop position. In order to function properly the top must reach the safety stop
before the timer expires. If the timer is too short then the top will hang prior to
the safety stop and will end up in the safety position until a subsequent Top
Close command is issued. If the timer is too long then the top will spend extra
time in the safety position prior to closure. ***EXTREME*** care should be taken
to avoid touching any part of the mechanism until the operations are completed.
Fine adjustments in the Hardtop to Safety time are made using the R37 screw
adjustment accessible through the front panel using a jewelers screwdriver. A
total range of approximately 5 seconds is available. Coarse adjustments can be
made by changing the value of R19. For every 10K change in R19 the timer
range will shift approximately 1 second.
Access R37 through the front panel
R37 access hole 
Timer too short (Top hangs prior to safety stop)
 Turn R37 counter-clockwise (CCW) to lengthen the timer. Each full turn
will add approximately 1 second to the timer.
 If a timer longer than approximately 27 seconds is needed then R19 may
need to be increased
Timer too long (Top spends excessive time at safety stop)
 Turn R37 clockwise (CW) to shorten the timer. Each full turn will subtract
approximately 1 second from the timer.
 If a timer shorter than approximately 22 seconds is needed then R19 may
need to be decreased
Changing adjustment range using R19
 R19 default value is 174K ohms
 Each increase of 10K in the value of R19 will shift the timer range higher
by approximately 1 second. For example if R19 is increased to 185K then
the timer range will move from 22-27 to 23-28 seconds.
 Each decrease of 10K in the value of R19 will shift the timer range lower
by approximately 1 second. For example if R19 is decreased to 162K
then the timer range will move from 22-27 to 21-26 seconds.
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Remote Start Neutral Safety Switch
First a disclaimer. Installing a remote start capability in a manual transmission
car is not safe, probably voids the security system warranty, and is possibly
against the law. The author takes no responsibility for any consequences from
the correct or incorrect use of the following information.
Now with that out of the way the author recognizes that many people might be
installing remote start into their MTX 3000GT without hooking up any safety
devices to prevent accidental start while in gear. This instruction, if followed
correctly, will provide an additional measure of safety for remote starting.
Benefits
 Prevents remote starting with the car in gear
 Prevents manual starting in gear with the clutch out
 Uses the stock starter disable circuits so it works with any alarm setup
Parts Needed
 Magnetic switch
o Normally open type (continuity when the magnet is close)
o Recessed mount type (cylindrical type allows perpendicular mount)
o AMS-21 or equivalent is suggested (about $2 at this site)
o Go here for a datasheet for the part
 Relay
o Standard automotive type (about $1.50) (Note that if you
purchased the APS-996a alarm you should have an unused relay)
o Go Here for a primer on relays
 Other stuff
o I used RTV and a tie wrap to secure the magnet and switch
o I used T-Taps to connect to existing stock wiring
Stock locations for stuff
 Theft Alarm Starter Relay C56
o This is mounted on the driver’s side of the center console under the
carpet. It is the relay closer to the shifter. Not sure if this is
standard on all versions of the car.
 Ignition wire C59 Pin 5
o Black/Yellow wire to the left of the steering column
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Installing The Magnetic Switch and Magnet
I installed the magnetic switch horizontally under the shift arm. It is positioned so
that the magnet will be perpendicular to the switch when the shifter is in neutral.
When in gear, the magnet will be away from the switch and the switch will be
open circuited. I used clear RTV to hold the switch and allowed it to set
overnight
I found that the magnet needs to be installed very low on the shift arm. I have
Bob Stirling’s 3S short shifter which has a flat side suitable for mounting the
magnet. At first I intended to use only a tie wrap, but the magnet was wiggling
out of position so I secured it with RTV as well. The tie wrap is touching the post
that attaches the shift linkage. I also notched the plastic of the magnet so the tie
wrap would bite into the magnet and keep it from slipping.
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Magnetic Switch and Relay Circuit
The circuit is pretty basic. A magnetic switch is mounted underneath the shifter.
The magnet is mounted on the shifter arm. When the shifter is directly over the
magnetic switch (neutral position) there is continuity between the terminals of the
magnetic switch. Any other position besides neutral results in an open circuit at
the magnetic switch. The magnetic switch is connected to a SPDT relay so that
when the switch is closed (neutral), the relay coil is energized by ignition voltage
and the common output (pin 30) is connected to an open circuit (pin 87). If the
car is in any gear, the relay coil is not energized and the common output (pin 30)
is connected to ground (pin 87a). If there is a diode connected across the relay
coil REMOVE IT to avoid ground noise that could trigger your Remote Top
Interface circuits.
The common terminal (pin 30) is connected to the stock Theft Alarm Relay at
connector C56-3 (G-B wire). When this wire is grounded, the Starter Relay is
disabled.
Figure 4 - Neutral Safety Circuit
Make sure the Ground connections in this circuit are FIRMLY attached to the
bare metal of the center console. It is best to select a different location than the
one you used for the Remote Top Interface Module ground.
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Verify that the car WILL NOT start unless in neutral BEFORE unplugging the
clutch safety switch.
Installing the APS-996a / 997 / 998 Alarm
The APS-99x series installation guides cover everything you need to know so I
will just add some suggestions for where to locate things.
The Brain (main unit). Locations for this are limited to high up in the dash sort of
behind the gauge cluster or in front of the ECU. For the location high up in the
dash there is nothing but the firewall material to attach to so I drilled some small
holes and attached the Brain mounts using wire ties.
The Valet Switch My chosen location for this was on the underside of the knee
protector panel. I drilled a hole in the panel and used a knife to cut a large
countersink in the padding to accept the switch.
The LED My chosen location for this was the blank panel that snaps into the
knee protector near the ignition. I drilled a small hole in the center of the panel
and glued the LED in. This location works fine for a Spyder since the active
exhaust switch is no longer is this location.
The Red Toggle I’m not going to give this one away but I will say that it’s
extremely well hidden and unlikely to be found even by a valet who smokes
The Hood Switch This one is simply not needed if you follow my wiring guide to
wire into the stock hood switch.
The Siren Options are limited due to size. I zip tied mine to the cross bar under
the bumper where the horns are located. It can also go inside the driver’s wheel
well if you remove the fender liner.
The Antenna I was able to get mine to the location where the driver’s seat belt
slips into the quarter panel. There was just enough cable to run it under the door
sill. If you keep it under the dash it should be mounted as high as possible.
The Shock Sensor I attached this using double sided tape to the ETACS module
which is located behind the knee protector. The shock sensitivity is pretty high
so you might have to adjust it, unfortunately this location won’t allow an
adjustment after the knee protector is reinstalled.
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APS-996a Wiring for 3000GT
SOURCE
APS-996a
Harne Color
ss
Power R-W
Battery 1 Source
Power
R
Battery 2 Source
Power
Y
Starter Output
Power
L
IGN1
Power
G
IGN2
Power
P
ACC
Main
W-R
Power for Parking lights
Main
W
Parking Lights
Main
P
(+) Door trigger
Main
G
(-) Instant Trigger
Main
GR-B
Main
BR-B
Negative Inhibit +
Trigger when armed
Positive Inhibit
Main
B
Chassis Ground
Main
G-O
Tachometer Input
C90-58
Main
BR
(-) Door Trigger
C65-10
Main
B-W
Horn Output
C57-2
Door
R
Door Lock
Door
G
Door unlock
Description
DESTINATION
3000GT
Connector
Location
- Pin
C59-6
Left of
(use fuse)
column
C59-6
Left of
(use fuse)
column
C59-5
Left of
column
C59-4
Left of
column
C59-2
Left of
column
C59-3
Left of
column
C59-6
Left of
(after fuse)
column
C69-6
Junction
Block
(not used)
C65-18
(use diode)
C65-18
(use diode)
C61-3
Color
W
W
B-Y
B-W
L-B
L
W
G-W
ETACS unit
L-B
ETACS unit
L-B
Brake
G
Use ground
lug
ECU (2nd
plug from
top)
ETACS unit
W
R-G
C66-56
Clock spring
(right of
column)
ETACS unit
G-B
BR-W
C65-3
ETACS unit
BR-L
Table 5 - APS-996a Wiring for 3000GT
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Wiring Color Codes (APS-996a Alarm)
W
B
B-W
G-R
L-W
L-B
W-R
R-W
G-W
W-B
GR-B
BR-B
G-O
BR-W
BR-L
G-B
R-G
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
White
Black
Black with White stripe
Green with Red stripe
Blue with White stripe
Blue with Black stripe
White with Red stripe
Red with White stripe
Green with White stripe
White with Black stripe
Grey with Black stripe
Brown with Black stripe
Green with Orange stripe
Brown with White stripe
Brown with Blue stripe
Green with Black stripe
Red with Green stripe
R
Y
G
L
P
BR
O
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
Red
Yellow
Green
Blue
Purple
Brown
Orange
APS-996A Tach Programming





Ignition On
Press and release the Valet button three times (siren chirps)
Ignition to ACC (siren makes long chirp)
Push and HOLD Valet button, start engine
Parking lights flash on and off—let them flash maybe ten times, then
release button. Lights will come on steady, then go out after three
seconds
If you’re not getting the siren chirps at all, you might have the thick blue
ignition wire hooked up incorrectly.
If the chirps work, but the parking lights don’t flash when you start the engine,
you probably have the wrong tach wire, or a bad connection
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Remote Start Safety Tests

Push in the clutch and attempt to start the car in any gear. It should fail to
start.
Turn the Red toggle switch OFF. Attempt to Remote Start the car. It
should fail to start.
Remote Start the car. Touch the brake pedal. It should shut down.
Remote Start the car. Rev the accelerator. It should shut down.
Remote Start the car. Pull the hood latch. It should shut down.




If any of these tests fail, consult the manual and check the wiring immediately.
How to Read the 3000GT Wiring Diagrams
Each included page from the 3000GT electrical manual shows a relevant
connector number at the bottom of the page as well as information somewhere in
the body of the page regarding signals in that connector. For example, the MFI
circuit page is included to show the Parking Lights wire information. This wire is
G-W (green white) and can be found at C-69 pin 6. On the bottom of the
diagram you can find the connector number and a symbol showing that 8 pins
are present on this connector. I highlight pin 6 here:
C69-6
1
5
2
6
3
7
4
8
This particular wire is one of the tougher ones to locate. C69 is part of the
junction block next to the driver’s left foot. Look for the 8 pin connector with a
green white wire on pin 6.
3000GT Specific Wiring diagrams
The following pages are excerpted from the 3000GT shop manual. Use the
configuration diagrams to find the appropriate connector locations. Consult the
manual for further detail.
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CONFIGURATION DIAGRAMS - Dash Panel
DASH PANEL
Connector
symbol
C
01
thru
45
/
/i .mi
NOTE
*I: 1992 models
*2: Up to 1995 models
c-01
c-02
c-o.3
c-04x
C-06X
c-07x
C-08
c-09
C-l 0
C-l 1
c-12
Body wiring harness (LH)
and front wiring harness combination
Body wiring harness (LH)
and front wiring harness combination
Body wiring harness (LH)
and front wiring harness combination
Door lock power relay 1
Defogger relay
Power window relay
Diode (for seat belt warning circuit)
Diode (for seat belt warning circuit)
Column switch
Column switch
Diode (for theft-alarm circuit)
c-13
c-14
C-l 5
C-l 6
C-l 7
C-l 8
C-l 9
c-20
c-21
c-22
C-23
C-24
I TSB Revision
Accelerator pedal switch*’
Control wiring harness and instrument panel
wiring harness combination
Body wiring harness (LH) and instrument panel
wiring harness combination
Air conditioning control panel
Air conditioning control panel
Air conditioning switch
Blower switch
Heater control panel illumination light
Blend air damper control motor
Mode selection damper control motor
Power transistor (for full-auto air conditioning
circuit)
Blower resistor
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CONFIGURATION DIAGRAMS - Dash Panel
C-32
c-33
A36F0179
00004255
C-25
C-26
C-27
C-28
c-29
c-30
c-31
C-32
c-33
Air conditioning control unit
<Manual air conditioning>
Air conditioning control unit*2
<Manual air conditioning>
Air-inlet sensor <Full-auto air conditioning>
Air selection damper control motor
Body wiring harness (LH) and control wiring
harness combination
Body wiring harness (LH) and control wiring
harness combination
Body wiring harness (LH) and front wiring
harness combination
Body wiring harness (RH) and front wiring
harness combination
Body wiring harness (RH) and front wiring
harness combination
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c-34
c-35
C-36
c-37
C-38
c-39
c-40
c-41
C-42
c-43
C-44
c-45
Body wiring harness (LH) and body wiring
harness (RH) combination
Foot light (RH)
Body wiring harness (RH) and control wiring
harness combination
Auto-cruise control unit
Blower motor
Blower motor relay (HI)
Air conditioning compressor lock controller
Air-inlet sensor <Manual air conditioning>*2
Air-therm0 sensor
Engine coolant temperature sensor
MFI relay
Over drive and power / economy switch
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CONFIGURATION DIAGRAMS - Dash Panel
JUNCTION BLOCK
<Front side>
C-68 C-69
Junction
/
C-91*5
i
I :Av///
36FOOOl
C-76
<Rear side>
/
:-8!
C-64
1 /
C-63 C-63
C-61 (
<Non <Turbo> C-62
QC-58 C-57 C-60
Turbo> ,
C-80
NOTE
36FOOO3
[-I! 1:: : 1992 Up to models 1993 models
*s: From 1994 models
*4: 1995 models
(5) *5: From 1996 models
C-46
c-47
C-48
c-49
c-50
c-51
C-52
c-53
C-54
c-55
C-56
c-57
C-58
ELC-4 AA control module
ELC-4 A/T control module
ELC-4 AiT control module*’
Air conditioning control unit
<Full-auto conditioning>
Air conditioning control unit
<Full-auto conditioning>
Air conditioning control unit
<Full-auto conditioning>
Engine control module
Engine control module
Engine control module
Left bank heated oxygen sensor (front)
<Non-Turbo except for California>
Theft-alarm starter relay
Clock spring
Key reminder switch
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c-59
C-60
C-61
C-62
C-63
C-64
C-65
C-66
C-67
C-68
C-69
c-70
Ignition switch
Steering wheel angle speed sensor
Stop light switch
Stop light switch
Clutch pedal position switch (for auto-cruise
control circuit)
Clutch pedal position switch (for theft-alarm
circuit)
ETACS unit
ETACS unit
Foot light (LH)
Front wiring harness and junction block
combination
Front wiring harness and junction block
combination
Front wiring harness and junction block
combination
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CONFIGURATION DIAGRAMS - Dash Panel
c-86*3
-J-----1)!_1/
C-87*3
53
c-88’3
- -b!w
t’ \.
C-89*3
36FO179
00004256
c-71
C-72
c-73
c-74
C-76
c-77
C-78
c-79
C-80
C-81
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C-82
Adapter wiring harness and junction block
combination
Theft-alarm horn relay
Blower motor relay
Roof wiring harness and junction block
combination
Body wiring harness (LH) and junction block
combination
Body wiring harness (LH) and junction block
combination
Body wiring harness (LH) and junction block
combination
Data link connector*3
Body wiring harness (LH) and junction block
combination
Body wiring harness (LH) and junction block
combination
Body wiring harness (LH) and junction block
combination
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C-83
C-84
C-85
C-86
C-87
C-88
C-89
c-90
c-91
c-92
c-93
c-94
c-95
Body wiring harness (LH) and junction block
combination
Auto-cruise relay
Spare connector (Hand free microphone)
Passenger’s air bag module*3
No connection <Turbo>
Control wiring harness and front wiring harness
combination*3
Body wiring harness (LH) and body wiring
harness (RH) combination*3
Engine control module*3
<Turbo, Non Turbo - Up to 1995 models
for California>
Data link connector <Convertible>*4y*5
Engine control module*5
MFI relay*5
Body wiring harness (RH) and front wiring
harness combination*5
Motor antenna control unit*5
CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS - Power Distribution Circuit
75
3y; 6
IGNITION
SWITCH
(c-59)
2B-Y
I
2B-W
I
V
IGl
pL5
2B-W *2L-B
IOD OR
%ii&!OR
I
I
B-W
J
GENERATOR
RELAY
7
__-_--_-_____-___-_____________
.--_
.ENGINE
CONTROL MODULE
.IGNITION COIL
.IGNITION POWER
TRANSISTOR
.MFI RELAY
TRANSAXLE
ki8%EL
f
,BACK UP LIGHT
.LIGHT AUTOMATIC
SHUT-OFF UNIT
$$~TDIAGNOSIS
.ACTIVE AERO
CONTROL UNIT
$@RC~UISE
MAIN SWITCH
~f$J&CRUISE
~'$@~NATION
.&y&NATION
.ETACS UNIT
.MOTOR ANTENNA
CONTROL UNIT
.SPARE
CONNECTOR
(jiifb%E)
.SPEED SENSOR
$/$TDIAGNOSIS
.TURN SIGNAL
AND HAZARD
FLASHER UNIT
\
I
--
.&EE;qORY
+
'#fiBi;'"
.ETACS UNIT
.REMOTE
CONTROLLED
MIRROR
c
$
+
jjf$ESS CONTROL
i
.AUTO-CRUISE
CONTROL UNIT
.ETACS UNIT
.MOTOR ANTENNA
CONTROL UNIT
.RADIO AND
TAPE PLAYER
.REAR
INTERMITTENT
WIPER RELAY
.WASHER MOTOR
.WIPER MOTOR
.WIPER RELAY
'ABS
POWER RELAY
(UP TO 1993 October)
.AIR CONDITIONING
COMPRESSOR LOCK
CONTROLLER
.AIR CONDITIONING
CONTROL UNIT
'&#R MOTOR
L-l
T
.BLOWER MOTOR
RELAYCHI)
REMARK
THE ABOVE CIRCUIT DIAGRAM SHOWS THE CURRENT FLOW AT THE
IGNITION KEY POSITION "ACC","ON" AND "ST" COMBINED.
BE SURE TRACE THE APPROPRIATE CIRCUIT DEPENDING ON THE
IGNITION KEY POSITION.
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CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS - MFI Circuit <NON TURBO>
MFI CIRCUIT (1992 MODEL) <NON TURBO> (CONTINUED)
J/B
MULTI-PURPOSE
IGHT
g;fK;TIC CLUTCH
( FUSE@
>
Ki
w
--I
0.85R-B
1.25R-W
1
WITHOUT
WITH
G-Y
3B-I
iXJ$XJc;?UISE
&J$~~~~UISE
DEDICATED
FUSE
2
IXEGER
1
-I
&I ;:iH
c
d
G-W
OFF - 0~
A(c-62) r
L
0.85G
1
J/B
B-I
G-W
G
(c-52)
s(c-69)
t
R-G 1’9 (c-29)
R-G 24
e(A-36)
G
DIODE
1 E-31
G
(L-0
(c-29)
(L-0
/
L
POWER TRANSISTOR
AIR CONDITIONING
ENGINE COOLANT
TEMPERATURE SWITCH
AIR
~;~~;$~ONING
UNIT
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CHASSIS ELECTRICAL - Theft-alarm System
CIRCUIT DIAGRAM (CONTINUED)
KEY
i#+#ER
IGNITION
SWITCHCST)
2%-Y
B-Y
0
I
1
B-L
v M/T h
A/T
LIGHT
AUTOMATIC
SHUT-OFF UNIT
77
I
Y-B
M/T ! A/T
i-B
LG-E
;-B ; )
t CLUTCH
I
2B-Y
I
PEDAL
POSITION
N SWITCH
I(c-64)
,
O.05B-Y
A/T i M/T
2B-Y
MFI SYSTEM
MFI SYSTEM
BATTERY
lm
J;B (c-66)yg----- YE
0.85B-R
20B-R
R-B
oF;;;fBil?&&R
ii'k'AL
%
o
^i
B
I@
/I
B-L
,
~
,o~~~
B
16
4 5 E
A
A A A
DATA LINK CONNECTOR
I
(c-65)
0
EiQ(c-02)
0 E-22)
(A-09X)
(A-66)
El
(c-66)
q
OFRONT
(c-31)
0
(c-56)cm
SIDE
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CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS - Circuit CAWDB
IGNIT
SWITC
09
J/B r
15A
j(c-71)
0.85B-W
G-R
(D-45)
3
I
STOP
LIGHT
SWITCH
(c-61)
0.85B-W
L-R
1
TURN-SIGNAL
LIGHT AND
E%TRD
7
B-W
(F)R-B
3KNG
59
COMBINATION
METER
(D-d4)
0.85G j
.85Gi-'
STOP LIGHT O-85(
14
(F-46)
I
G
.MFI SYSTEM
.W;WiS;UISE
0.85(
93
G-k
0.85G
G-R
/
(F)R-B
G
C
G-Ii
7
(D-16)
-a
Do;R'LIGHT R-E
LUGGAGE
COMPARTMENT
LIGHT
ST01 LIGHT
Fb"NFLE;fNIC
SUSPENSION
G-E
(F-44)
7
/
!9
15
ABS
CONTROL
UNIT
(E-12)
(D-04)
o(c-83)
cm(c-68)(c-71)
~~ fiTimzmmm1
(F-19)
(D-45)
(E-12)
-1 p J~o,~l,2’2d3:214,~5~6~~,~*~91~o~l~2~3~41~5,
2 3 4 5 6 7 B 9 101112131415161716 ‘1
(D-44)
(D-16)
fzEEi!g~~
(F-46)
(F-44)
ml /I:1
f3mEaRjl
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ENGINE ELECTRICAL - Ignition Svstem
(UP TO 1995 MODELS)
CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
IGNITION SWITCH(IG1)
B-W
1
33-W 70
CHARGING
J/B
WE
DETECTION
0
15A
CONNECTOR
(c-71)5
2B-Y
t
2B-W
\I / 1. c5L-R,,2
(F)1.25L-B;,l
I'
(F>1.25L-Y J,4
(FlPR-W
CAPACITOR
(F)2B-W
(B-15)
,x6
-------r----=
,\
iI -
:
3
,,ll (B-22)
,J3-----,_12
,\ ----- ,\
I\
IGNITION
' ""TL 1-4
IGNITION
COIL 2-5
IGNITION
COIL 3-6
1
i
----- _---2
'1 (8-21)
3
____-----1_____ 5
(F)E (F)W
&i&AND
101;; (C-54)
r-,58 (c-90)
1o
----A ------ 23
I/
A
~~$yqppQ
!I
1. 2513
0
A
k-_""_---- 52~1
B-G 104g2
A
siKz&G
ll(c-52)
A
INPUT SIGNAL
.INTAKE AIR
gE;g;EATURE
'&$AT~~;HER'C
. (CTP) SWITCH
.CAMSHAFT
POSITION SENSOR
.KNOCK SENSOR
.VOLUME AIR
FLOW SENSOR
if;INE CONTROL
2 (A-18)
I
IGNITION TIMING
ADJUSTMENT CONNECTOR
(B-22)FE) CFm) (B-14) Em3 EFZTJ
/$J
$mb @f-@
SPARK"PLUG
.CRANKSHAFT
POSITION SENSOR
*TRANSAXLE
CONTROL MODULE
.ENGINE COOLANT
$~~~~~ATURE
NOTE
:l:TURBO,NON TURBO (CALIFORNIA)
x2:NON TURBO (FEDERAL)
(c-54)
(c-71)
ok4 Oh,
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CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS - Central Door Locking Circuit
FUSIBLE LINKa
DOOR LOCK
SW-al.
2W-B
B8%RL :jfAYl AND2
B
pow% RELAY
BR-W
R-B
IOD OR
STORAGE
CONNECTOR
(A-11X)
(F>R-B
I
I
r-
ETACS UNIT
(c-66) I51
(c-65)
S" Aih"
4
(
- -------74 j7 :4
-
54z4
5Pji
I
+
--G--
f(j-5.
jg Z5
;#R LIGHT
LUGGAGE
COMPARTMENT
LIGHT
$4
1x5
14:4
3 -4
R-G 1oz5
G-Y
L-Y
B
G-Y
J
R-E B-L
3
g;;T;;MINDER
I
8
OFF
,*
VEHICLES
WITHOUT
THEFT-ALARM
(c-58)
1
G-Y
R-G
E
p
G;D
,5R-C
I
0
;,.I3
I
4
I
j
KEYLESS ENTRY
CONTROL UNIT
Is
OFF ‘1
5%
=
(c-65):4
(c-65) It5
(c-66)$4
q
(c-66):5
L/VU,\
SWITCHCLH)
(C-68) Em)
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CHASSIS ELECTRICAL - Horn
<VEHICLES WITH THEFT-ALARM SYSTEM>
I
i
FUS
LIN
.BsE
b
L
5W-B
J/B
I
I
5W-B
l(c-68)
DEDICATED
FUSE
0
10A
R-B
R-B
L ------ -----_.
(C-7E
J
14
R-B
,,l
,\
,5
I\
------___----____
(c-76)
\/
R-E
L-C
ON,;-OFF
"3
G-B
HORN
RELAY
(A-06X)
'4
G-R
R-E
L
-=-FF
DIODE
c-12
R-B
;r;EK
HORN
KF
r
(c-80)
(1
(UP TO 1993 MODELS)(FROM 1994 MODELS)
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