Main Menu Table of Contents Troubleshooting Self-diagnosis Circuit Check The Automatic Climate Control System has a built-in self diagnosis feature. To run it, turn the ignition switch ON (II), 0 then turn the fan speed dial to the AUTO position. Set the temperature control dial to 60° F(18°C), then gradually move the dial up the temperature range to 90°F (32°C). At each temperature setting, push both the AUTO and OFF burtons on the control unit at the same time. Wait for at least one minute for the system to readjust and check for problems. If any problems are found in circuits "A" through "I", the system will indicate which circuit has the problem by lighting the respective indicator light. NOTE: The climate control unit does not memorize which self-diagnosis indicator lights come on. If you turn the ignition switch OFF, the indicator light memory will be lost. AUTO BUTTON TEMPERATURE CONTROL DIAL INDICATOR OFF BUTTON FAN SPEED DIAL TEMP DISPLAY COMPONENT WITH PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE Refer to PAGE IN-CAR TEMPERATURE SENSOR Open or short circuit 22-16 B OUTSIDE AIR TEMPERATURE SENSOR Open or short circuit 22-18 C SUNLIGHT SENSOR Open or short circuit 22-20 D HEATER CORE TEMPERATURE SENSOR Open or short circuit 22-22 E EVAPORATOR TEMPERATURE SENSOR Open or short circuit 22-24 22-26 A MODE F A/C AIR MIX CONTROL MOTOR Open or short circuit Air mix door stuck G ON (A/C) MODE CONTROL MOTOR Open position signal circuit Mode door stuck H OFF (A/C) RECIRCULATION CONTROL MOTOR Open position signal circuit I LED on defroster button VENT DOOR CONTROL MOTOR Open or short circuit Vent door stuck 22-28 22-30 22-32 NOTE: When you turn the ignition switch OFF, the self-diagnosis function will be canceled. After completing repair work, run the self-diagnosis again to make sure that there are no other malfunctions.
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