SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM (3R5).

SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM (3R5).
SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM (SRS)
The Legend Coupe Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) includes a driver's airbag, located in the steering wheel
hub, a front passenger's airbag, located i in the dashboard above the glove box, and seat belt pretensioners, located
in the seat belt retractors.
Information necessary to safely service the SRS is included in the ‘93 Legend Coupe Shop Manual Supplement
(62SP121). Items marked with an asterisk (+) on the contents page include, or are located near, SRS components.
Servicing, disassembling or replacing these items will require special precautions and tools, and should therefore
be done only by an authorized Honda dealer.
A WARNING
e To avoid rendering the SRS inoperative, which could lead to personal injury or death in the event of a severe
frontal collision, all SRS testing and repair must be done by an authorized Honda dealer.
® Improper procedures, including incorrect removal and installation of the SRS components, could lead to per-
sonal injury caused by unintentional activation of the airbags and seat belt pretensioners.
® All SRS electrical wiring harnesses are covered with yellow outer insulation. Related components are located
in the steering column, center console and armrest, dashboard lower panel, and in the dashboard above the
glove box. Do not use electrical test equipment on these circuits.
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Outline of Model Changes
MODELS
ITEM DESCRIPTION ere TON
91 | 92 | 93 | 94
General LEGEND COUPE added O —
Engine Changed: Engine mounts/brackets and Transmission O
mounts/brackets
Changed: Suction pipe of air conditioning system (LHD
model), Dipstick, Recommended oil and Intake
manifold | O 5, 6, 8, 9
Truction Control System (TCS) adopted (KG,
KS, KX, KF)
Fuel and Changed: Component locations and Fuel tank O —
Emissions Electronic Control Unit (ECU) modified O —
TCS control system added (KG, KS, KX, KF)
ECU modified О 11
Changed: Electrical connections and Self-diagnostic
procedures
Automatic Changed: Gearshift points and Torque value of locknuts
Transmission Modified: Gearshift selector (KQ), Hydraulic flow circuit, O —
A/T speed sensor, Valve bodies and Rear cover
Suspension 16 inch aluminum wheel added (European type) О
Turning angle specifications changed
Brake (ABS) ABS control unit changed O —
TCS with TWS (Tire pressure Watching System) added О 19
(KG, KS, KX, KF)
Body Changed: Dashboard, Doors, Exterior molding/Panels,
Frame repair chart, Interior trim, Mirrors, O
Quater glass, Front seat belt and Rear seat
Trunk spoiler added
Front seats modified О
Rear seat access switch (Front passenger's seat} added
Changed: Rear emblems and Sunroof construction O 20
Air System for refrigerant HFC-134a (R-134a) changed O —
Conditioning Suction pipe of air conditioning system changed О 22
| (LHD model)
MODELS
ITEM DESCRIPTION REFERENCE
91 | 92 | 93 | 94 | SECTION
Electrical Changed: Power supply circuit, Rear side marker
lights/Taillights (KY), Locks, Keyless/Power
door locks and Stereo sound system О I
Added: Power door closer, Seat belt presenters, Power
and Seat belt pretensioner (SRS)
Rear ashtray illumination deleted
Power supply circuit changed
Added: Interlock system (KQ), Key-in reminder system
(KY), Rear seat access switch (Front pas- O —
senger's seat) and Spark plugs for models
without catalytic converter
Changed: Brake light failure sensors, Safety indicator
failure sensor and Shift lever position indicator
circuit O 23
Added: TCS light, TWS light (KG, KF, KS, KX} and
Keyless entry system trunk receiver (Except
KU, KM)
Supplemental SRS unit changed О
Restraint Troubleshooting procedure modified
System {SRS} | Front seat passenger's airbag added | O —
General Information
Chassis and Engine Numbers ........... 1-2
Identification Number Locations ....... 1-3
Warning/Caution Label Locations ..... 1-5
Chassis and Engine Numbers
— Vehicle Identification Number — Engine Number
JHMKA81500C300001 C32A2-4000001
TT | | TT | as BN
Manufacturer, Make and | Engine Type
Type of Vehicle C32A2, C32A3:
JHM: HONDA MOTOR CO., LTD. \/-6 3.2 ¢ SOHC Sequential
HONDA Passenger car Multi-port Fuel-injected engine
for except KU with catalytic converter
JH4: HONDA MOTOR CO., LTD, C32A4, C32A5;
ACURA Passenger car V-6 3.2 £ SOHC Sequential
for KU Multi-port Fuel-injected engine
Line, Body and Engine Type — — without catalytic converter
KA8: LEGEND COUPE/C32A2, Serial Number
C32A3, C32A4, C32A5 C32A2, C32A4, C32A5: 4000001 —
Body Type and Transmission Type C32A3: 4800001 —
1: 2-door Coupe/5-speed Manual
2: 2-door Coupe/4-speed Automatic
Vehicle Grade (Series) — Transmission Number
Fixed Code K4E6-4000001
Auxiliary Number
Factory Code Transmission Type
C: Saitama Factory in Japan (Sayama) K4E6: Manual
Model Year MPYA: Automatic
3: 1994 Serial Number
Serial Number
1-2
Transmission Number Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)
(Automatic)
Identification Number Locations
Engine Number
q Transmission Number
(Manual) (cont'd)
1-3
Identification Number Locations
Г (cont'd)
VIN and ENGINE
No. (European type and KU)
VIN and ENGINE No. (KT)
BUILT DATE and VEHICLE
TYPE (KO)
CERTIFICATION
PLATE (KY)
1-4
Warning/Caution Label Locations
A: CABLE REEL CAUTION A
(KF, KG, KX, KE, KQ, KT, KU)
A: Refer to page 1-5.
B: Refer to page 1-5, 6.
C: Refer to page 1-6, 7.
D, E: Refer to page 1-7.
B: DRIVER MODULE DANGER
(KE, KQ, KT)
REFER TO SERVICE MANUAL FOR DETAILED
INSTRUCTIONS.
POUR LES INSTRUCTIONS DETAILL'EES, SE REPORTER
AU MANUEL DE REPARATIONS.
RI, MEAR 9I—-—EZ7-—271 EBRLT<ES
Ve
AUSF HRLICHE ANMEISUNGEN SIND DEM ZU ENTINEMEN.
RAAD PLEEG HET WERKPLAATSHANDBOEK VOOR
NADERE AANWIJZINGEN.
(KS. KY)
SAS)
REFER TO SERVICE (SHOP) MANUAL FOR DETAILED
INSTRUCTIONS. |
HÁNVISNIG TILL SHOP MANUAL FOR DETALJERADE
ANIVISNINGAR.
KATSO KORJAAMOKASIKIRJAST TARKAT OHJEET.
ho DI ye dejad Baas Js Ia
DANGER
EXPLOSIVE/FLAMMABLE
CONTACT WITH ACID, WATER, OR HEAVY METALS
SUCH AS COPPER, LEAD, OR MERCURY, MAY PRODUCE
HARMFUL AND IRRITATING GASES OR EXPLOSIVE
COMPOUNDS. STORAGE TEMPERATURES MUST NOT
EXCEED 100°C. FOR PROPER HANDLING, STORAGE, AND
DISPOSAL PROCEDURES REFER TO THE HONDA SERVICE
(SHOP) MANUAL, SRS SUPPLEMENT.
POISON
CONTAINS POISONOUS SODIUM AZIDE AND POTASSIUM
NITRATE.
FIRST AID:
IF CONTENTS ARE SWALLOWED, INDUCE VOMITING. FOR
EYE CONTACT, FLUSH EYES WITH WATER FOR 15
MINUTES. IF GASES (FROM ACID OR WATER CONTACT)
ARE INHALED, SEEK FRESH AIR. IN EVERY CASE, GET
PROMPT MEDICAL ATTENTION.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
(cont'd)
1-5
Warning/Caution Label Locations
~ (cont'd)
B: DRIVER MODULE DANGER
(KF, KG, KX)
e DANGER
EXPLOSIVE/FLAMMABLE
POISON
REFER TO THE SHOP MANUAL.
* DANGER
EXPLOSIF ET INFLAMMABLE
POISON
SE REPORTER AU MANUEL D'ATELIER.
*e GEFAHR
EXPLOSIV/ENTZUNDBAR
GIFT
WERKSTATTHANDBUCH LESEN.
* GEVAAR
EXPLOSIEGEVAAR/BRANDBAAR
GIFTIG
LEES HET WERKPLAATSHANDBOEK.
(KU)
À DANGER
EXPLOSIVE/FLAMMABLE
CONTACT WITH ACID, WATER, OR HEAVY METALS
SUCH AS COPPER, LEAD, OR MERCURY, MAY PRODUCE
HARMFUL AND IRRITATING GASES OR EXPLOSIVE
COMPOUNDS. STORAGE TEMPERATURES MUST NOT
EXCEED 200°F (100°C). FOR PROPER HANDLING,
STORAGE AND DISPOSAL PROCEDURES REFER TO THE
HONDA SERVICE (SHOP) MANUAL, SRS SUPPLEMENT.
POISON
CONTAINS POISONOUS SODIUM AZIDE AND POTASSIUM
NITRATE.
FIRST AID
IF CONTENTS ARE SWALLOWED, INDUCE VOMITING. FOR
EYE CONTACT, FLUSH EYES WITH WATER FOR 15
MINUTES. IF GASES (FROM ACID OR WATER CONTACT)
ARE INHALED, SEEK FRESH AIR. IN EVERY CASE, GET
PROMPT MEDICAL ATTENTION.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
A\ DANGER
EXPLOSIBLE/INFLAMMABLE
TOUT CONTACT AVEC L'ACIDE, L'EAU OU DES METAUX
LOURDS COMME LE CUIVRE, LE PLOMB OU LE MERCURE
RISQUE DE PRODUIRE DES GAZ NOCIFS ET IRRITANTS
OU DES COMPOSES EXPLOSIFS. LES TEMPERATURES DE
RANGEMENT NE DEVRONT PAS DEPASSER 200°F {100°
C). POUR LES PROCEDURES DE MANIPULATION, DE
RANGEMENT ET DE MISE AU REBUT, VOIR LE
SUPPLEMENT SRS DU MANUEL D'ENTRETIEN.
POISON |
RENFERME DE L'ACIDE DE SOUDE ET DU NITRATE DE
POTASSIUM TOXIQUES.
PREMIERS SECOURS
SI LE CONTENU EST ABSORBE, INDUIRE UN
VOMISSEMENT. EN CAS DE CONTACT AVEC LES YEUX,
LAVER A GRANDE EAU PENDANT UN QUART D'HEURE.
EN CAS D'INHALATION DES GAZ (PAR CONTACT AVEC
L'ACIDE OU L'EAU), ALLER A L'AIR FRAIS. DANS TOUS
LES CAS, OBTENIR PROMPTEMENT DES SOINS
MEDICA UX.
TENIR HORS DE PORTEE DES ENFANTS.
(KS, KY)
e DANGER
EXPLOSIVE/FLAMMABLE POISON
REFER TO THE SHOP MANUAL.
e FARLIGT
EXPLOIVT/LATTANTANDLIGT GIFTIGT SE
VERKSTADSHANDBOKEN.
* VAARA
HELPOSTI RAJAHTAVA/SYTTYVA MYRKKY GIFT
KATSO TYOKASIKIRJAA. |
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C: DRIVER MODULE WARNING
(KE, KQ, KT)
WARNING | SRS]
TO PREVENT ACCIDENTAL DEPLOYMENT AND POSSIBLE
INJURY:
ALWAYS INSTALL THE PROTECTIVE SHORT
CONNECTOR ON THE INFLATOR CONNECTOR WHEN THE
HARNESS IS DISCONNECTED.
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD DIAGNOSIS BE
PERFORMED USING ELECTRICAL TEST EQUIPEMENT OR
PROBING DEVICES. NO SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. DO
NOT DISASSEMBLE OR TAMPER. STORE THE REMOVED
. AIRBAG ASSEMBLY WITH THE PAD SURFACE UP.
FOR SPECIAL HANDLING OR STORAGE REFER TO THE
HONDA SERVICE (SHOP) MANUAL.
DISPOSE OF THE ENTIRE UNIT AS DIRECTED.
(KU)
AA WARNING
THE AIRBAG INFLATOR IS EXPLOSIVE AND, IF
ACCIDENTALLY DEPLOYED, CAN SERIOUSLY HURT OR
KILL YOU.
e DO NOT USE ELECTRICAL TEST EQUIPEMENT OR
PROBING DEVICES.
THEY CAN CAUSE ACCIDENTAL DEPLOYMENT.
eNO SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. DO NOT
DISASSEMBLE.
* PLACE AIRBAG UPRIGHT WHEN REMOVED.
* FOLLOW SERVICE (SHOP) MANUAL INSTRUCTIONS
CAREFULLY.
A ATTENTION
LE GONFLEUR DE COUSSIN D'AIR EST EXPLOSIBLE ET
S'LL SE DEPLOIE ACCIDENTELLEMENT, IL RISQUE DE
PROVOQUER DES BLESSURES GRAVES OU DE TUER.
e NE PAS UTILISER DE MATERIEL D'ESSAI ELECTRIQUE
NI DE SONDE.
ILS POURRAIENT PROVOQUER UN DEPLOIEMENT
ACCIDENTEL DU COUSSIN D'AIR.
e iL NY A PAS DE PIECES REPARABLES A L'INTERIEUR.
— NEPAS DEMONTER.
* QUAND ON RETIRE LE COUSSIN D'AIR, LE TENIR A LA
VERTICALE.
e SUIVRE ATTENTIVEMENT LES INSTRUCTIONS DU
MANUEL D'ENTRETIEN.
1-6
(KF. KG, KX)
WARNING
e REFER TO THE SHOP MANUAL.
e SE REPORTER AU MANUEL D'ATELIER.
e WERKSTATTHANDBUCH LESEN.
eLEES HET WERKPLAATSHANDBOEK.
E: INFLATOR BAM LABEL
(KF, KG, KX only)
TRW Safety Systems manufactured inflator:
(KS, KY)
AIRBAG GAS GENERATOR 150028
TRW SAFETY SYSTEMS/MESA
HERSTELLUNGSJAHR: 1989
EINFUHRER: HONDA DEUTSCHLAND
GMBH/OFFENBACH
BAM PT,-0358
WARNING
e REFER TO THE SHOP MANUAL.
eSE VERKSTADSHANDBOKEN.
eKATSO TYOKASIKIRJAA.
A 91! 3 atau Judo iS da a 95 ву оо о) @
D: STEERING WHEEL WARNING
(KF, KG, KX, KE, KQ, KT, KU)
DER GASGENERATOR DART NUR FÜR INSASSEN-
RÜCKHALTESYSTEME MIT LUFTSACK IN
KRAFTFAHRZEUGE MONTIERT WERDEN.
DIE MONTAGE UND DEMONTAGE DES GASGENERATORS
DARF NUR VON DAFUR GESCHULTEM PERSONAL
VORGENOMMEN WERDEN.
WARNING
e REFER TO THE SHOP MANUAL.
e SE REPORTER AU MANUEL D'ATELIER.
e WERKSTATTHANDBUCH LESEN.
e LEES HET WERKPLAATSHANDEOEK.
CAUTION THE GAS GENERATOR SHOULD ONLY BE
CONTAINS INSTALLED IN VEHICLES EQUIPPED
FLAMMABLE WITH THE AIRBAG SYSTEM. THE GAS
SOLIDS US GENERATOR IS TO BE INSTALLED AND/
DOT-E-8236 OR DISASSEMBLED ONLY BY TRAINED
PERSONNEL.
(KS. KY)
WARNING
e REFER TO THE SHOP MANUAL.
e SE VERKSTADSHANDBOKEN.
e KATSO TYOKASIKIRJAA.
3 plaSieY! Js Gais Anl po gay Dlaglali eu! e
Aa
ATTENTION LE GENERATEUR DE GAZ NE PEUT ETRE
CONTENT DE INSTALLE QUE SUR DES VEHICULES
SOLIDES EQUIPES D'UN SYSTEME AIRBAG LE
FLAMMABLES MONTAGE ET LE DEMONTAGE DU
US GENERATEUR DE GAZ NE PEUT ETRE
DOT-E-B8236 EFFECTUE QUE PAR UN PERSONNEL
QUALIFIE.
NIPPON KOKI manufactured inflator:
AIRBAG GAS GENERATOR NK8
NIPPON KOK], SHIRAKAWA JAPAN
HERSTELLUNGSJAHR: 1991
EINFUHRER: HONDA DEUTSCHLAND
GMBH/OFFENBACH
BAM PT,-0379
DER GASGENERATOR DART NUR FÜR INSASSEN-
RUCKHALTESYSTEME MIT LUFTSACK IN
KRAFTFAHRZEUGE MONTIERT WERDEN.
DIE MONTAGE UND DEMONTAGE DES GASGENERATORS
DARF NUR VON DAFUR GESCHULTEM PERSONAL
VORGENOMMEN WERDEN.
CAUTION THE GAS GENERATOR SHOULD ONLY BE
CONTAINS INSTALLED IN VEHICLES EQUIPPED
FLAMMABLE WITH THE AIRBAG SYSTEM. THE GAS
SOLIDS GENERATOR IS TO BE INSTALLED AND/
OR DISASSEMBLED ONLY BY TRAINED
PERSONNEL.
ATTENTION LE GENERATEUR DE GAZ NE PEUT ETRE
CONTENT DE INSTALLE QUE SUR DES VEHICULES
SOLIDES EQUIPES D'UN SYSTEME AIRBAG LE
FLAMMABLES MONTAGE ET LE DEMONTAGE DU
GENERATEUR DE GAZ NE PEUT ETRE
EFFECTUE QUE PAR UN PERSONNEL
QUALIFIE.
(cont'd)
1-7
Warning/Caution Label Locations
- (cont'd)
F: HOOD WARNING АВЕ! (KS, KY)
(KF. KG, KX, KE, KQ, KT, KU)
: WARNING [srs]
WARNING THIS VEHICLE IS EQUIPPED WITH A AIRBAG SYSTEM AS
THIS VEHICLE IS EQUIPPED WITH A AIRBAG SYSTEM AS
A SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM. (SRS)
ALL S.R.S. ELECTRICAL WIRING AND CONNECTORS ARE
COLORED YELLOW.
DO NOT USE ELECTRICAL TEST EQUIPMENT ON THESE
CIRCUITS.
TAMPERING WITH OR DISCONNECTING THE S.R.S.
WIRING COULD RESULT IN ACCIDENTAL FIRING OF THE
INFLATOR OR MAKE THE SYSTEM INOPERATIVE, WHICH
MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY.
ATTENTION[sRs]
CE VEHICULE EST EQUIPE D'UN COUSSIN D'AIR DU COTE
CONDUCTEUR QUI CONSTITUE UN SYSTEME DE
RETENUE COMPLEMENTAIRE (S.R.S.).
TOUS LES FILS ET CONNECTEURS ELECTRIQUES DU
SYSTEME DE RETENUE COMPLEMENTAIRE (S.R.S.) SONT
DE COULELUR JAUNE. N'UTILISEZ PAS UN EQUIPEMENT
D'ESSAIS ELECTRIQUES SUR CES CIRCUITS. NE
TOUCHEZ PAS ET NE DEBRANCHEZ PAS LES FILS DU
SYSTEME S.R.S. CAR CECI POURRAIT DE TRADUIRE PAR
LE DECLENCHEMENT ACCIDENTEL DU GONFLEUR OU
RENDRE LE SYSTEME INOPERANT ET VOUS EXPOSER
AINSI À DE GRAVES BLESSURES.
WARNUNG
DIESES FAHRZEUG IST MIT EINEM FAHRER-AIRBAG (SRS)
ALS ZUSATZLICHEM RUCKHALTESYSTEM
AUSGERUSTET.
ALLE ELEKTRISCHEN KABEL, SOWIE DIE ZUGEHORIGEN
STECKVERBINDER DES S.R.S.-SYSTEMS SIND IN GELBER
FARBE AUSGEFUHRT. KEINE ELEKTRISCHEN
PRUFGERATE AN DIE S.R.S.-VERKABELUNG
ANSCHLIEBEN. VERANDERN ODER UNTERBRECHEN DER
S.R.S.-VERKABELUNG KANN UNKONTROLLIERTES
ZUNDEN DES GASGENERATORS AUSLOSEN.
ODER DAS SYSTEM AUBER FUNKTION SETZEN WAS ZU
ERNSTHAFTEN VERLETZUNGEN FUHREN KANN.
WAARSCHUWING[snrs]
DIT VOERTUIG IS UITGERUST MET EEN LUCHTKUSSEN
AAN DE BESTUURDERSKANT ALS EXTRA BESCHERMING
(S.R.S.).
ALLE ELEKTRISCHE LEIDINGEN EN AANSLUITINGEN VAN
DE S.R.S. ZIJN GEEL GEKLEURD. GEBRUIK GEEN
ELEKTRISCHE TESTAPPARATUUR VOOR DEZE CIRCUITS.
KNOEIEN MET OF LOSKOPPELEN VAN DE S.R.S.
LEIDINGEN KAN LEIDEN TOT BRAND IN DE
VULINRICHTING OF TOT UITSCHAKELEN VAN HET
SYSTEEM: DIT KAN TOT ERNSTIGE ONGELUKKEN LEIDEN.
A SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM. (SRS)
ALL S.R.S. ELECTRICAL WIRING AND CONNECTORS ARE
COLORED YELLOW.
DO NOT USE ELECTRICAL TEST EQUIPMENT ON THESE
CIRCUITS.
TAMPERING WITH OR DISCONNECTING THE S.R.S.
WIRING COULD RESULT IN ACCIDENTAL FIRING OF THE
INFLATOR OR MAKE THE SYSTEM INOPERATIVE, WHICH
MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY.
VARNING[sRs]
DETTA FORDON HAR EN LUFTKUDDE FOR FORARSATET
SOM ETT KOMPLETTERANDE SKYDDSSYSTEM (SRS).
SAMTLIGA ELLEDNINGAR OCH KONTAKTER | SRS-
SYSTEMET AR GULFARGADE. ANVAND INTE ELEKTRISK
PROVUTRUSTNING FOR DESSA KRETSAR. OM DU
ANDRAR ELLER LOSSAR EN SRS-LEDNING KAN DET
RESULTERA | EN OAVSIKTLIG UTLOSNING AV
TRYCKPUMPEN ELLER GORA ATT SYSTEMET SLUTAR
FUNGERA. DA KAN EN ALLVARLIG OLYCKA UPPSTA.
VAROITUS [sms] Ce .
TASSA AUTOSSA ON YLIMAARAISENA
TUKIJARJESTELMANA AJAJAN ILMATYYNY. (SRS)
KAIKK! SRS-SAHKOJOHDOT JA-LITTIMET OVAT
KELTAISET.
ALA KAYTA SAHKOKOELAITTEITA NAISSA
VIRTAPIREISAA. SRS-JOHTOJEN TUKKEAMINEN TAI
IRROTTAMINEN SAATTAA SYTYTTAA VAHINGOSSA
PUMPUN TAI TEHDA JARJESTELMÁN
KAYTTÓKELVOTTOMAKSI.
TASTA TAAS SAATTAA AIHEUTUA VAKAVIA
VAURIOITA.
(S-R.S.): GS
CS UBS SSL! Aldo lg (ua 8) baad! 60d Jagd a
(S.r.8.) slat
(S.R.S.) FLBYI ZeiSH a Ui Aol HSL pS MY) asa
MY Halll Eagle нае)
gl Cual yl Slgall ada Le eL SI iS Caldas dani: Y
de > Suda Y Ma (S.R.S.) SOY! a Sl alla MM La
Ч! вова оо ва у АНАЛ Jalari 3 Candis gf Filial go!
‚5 ума )! oi >42>
1-8
(cont'd)
«= С) = т +”
Das
colo So
F: Ref
G HR
I: Refe
J: Ref
K: Ref
L, M,N
SUNVISOR
1-9
Warning/Caution Label Locations
- (cont'd)
G: STEERING COLUMN CAUTION LABEL (KE, KQ, KT, KU)
(KF, KG, KX)
CAUTION SRS]
CAUTION [SRS] TO AVOID DAMAGING THE S.R.S. CABLE OR REEL,
TO AVOID DAMAGING THE S.R.S. CABLE OR REEL,
WHICH COULD MAKE THE SYSTEM INOPERATIVE,
REMOVE THE STEERING WHEEL BEFORE REMOVING THE
STEERING SHAFT CONNECTOR BOLT.
ATTENTION
POUR NE PAS RISQUER D'ENDOMMAGER LE CABLE OU
L'ENROULEUR DU S.R.S. ET DE RENDRE AINST LE
SYSTEME INOPERANT, RETIREZ LE VOLANT AVANT DE
DEVINSSER LE BOULON D'ACCOUPLEMENT D'ARBRE DE
DIRECTION.
ACHTUNG [sRs]
UM BESCHADIGUNGEN DER S.R.S.-KABELROLLE ODER
DES KABELS. WELCHE DAS S.R.S.-SYSTEM AUBER
FUNKTION SETZEN WURDEN. ZU VERMEIREN, VOR
ARBEITEN AN DER LENKSPINDEL DAS LENKRAD
AUSBAUEN.
WAARSCHUWING
OM TE VOORKOMEN DAT DE S.R.S.-KABEL OF- HASPEL
BESCHADIGD WORDEN, HETGEEN ERTOE ZOU LEIDEN
DAT HET SYSTEEM UITVALT, DIENT U HET STUUR TE
VERWIJDEREN VOORDAT U DE STUURSCHACHT-
CONNECTORBOUT VERWIJDERT.
WHICH COULD MAKE THE SYSTEM INOPERATIVE,
REMOVE THE STEERING WHEEL BEFORE REMOVING THE
STEERING SHAFT CONNECTOR BOLT.
ATTENTION [SRS]
POUR NE PAS RISQUER D'ENDOMMAGER LE CABLE OU
L'ENROULEUR DU S.R.S. ET DE RENDRE AINST LE
SYSTEME INOPERANT, RETIREZ LE VOLANT AVANT DE
DEVISSER LE BOULON D'ACCOUPLEMENT D'ARBRE DE
DIRECTION.
(KS)
OBSERVERA [Srs]
FÓR ATT UNDVIKA SKADOOR PA SRS-SYSTEMETS
KABEL ELLER TRUMMA, NAGOT SOM KAN GORA ATT
SYSTEMET INTE FUNGERAR, SKALL RATTEN TAS BORT
INNAN RATTAXELNS BULT TAS BORT.
VAROITIUS (srs]
SRS-KAAPELIN JA RULLAN VAHINGOITTUMISEN
ESTÁMISEKSI, JOTTS JÁRJESTELMÁ El MENISI
KAY TTÓKELVOTTOMAKSI, IRROTETAAN
OHJAUSPYORA ENNE KUIN IRROTETAAN
OHJAUSVARREN LIITTIMEN PULTTI.
(KY)
CAUTION[srs]
TO AVOID DAMAGING THE S.R.S. CABLE OR REEL,
WHICH COULD MAKE THE SYSTEM INOPERATIVE,
REMOVE THE STEERING WHEEL BEFORE REMOVING THE
STEERING SHAFT CONNECTOR BOLT.
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H: LABEL
1-10
: DRIVER INFORMATION LABEL (SUNVISOR)
(KF, KG, KX)
(KU)
[sRs|ALWAYS WEAR YOUR SEAT BELT
e THIS CAR IS EQUIPPED WITH A DRIVER AIRBAG AND A
FRONT SEAT PASSENGER AIRBAG AS A
SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM (S.R.S.).
e IT IS DESIGNED TO SUPPLEMENT THE SEAT BELT.
IF YOUR SRS INDICATOR LIGHTS WHILE DRIVING SEE
YOUR AUTHORIZED HONDA DEALER.
ATTACHEZ TOUJOURS VOTRE CEITURE
e CE VEHICULE EST EQUIPE D'UN COUSSIN D'AIR POUR
LE PASSAGER AVANT, QU! CONSTITUENT UN
SYSTEME DE RETENUE COMPLEMENTAIRE (S.R.S.). -
e CE COUSSIN D'AIR COMPLETE LA FONCTION DE LA
CEINTURE DE CECURITE.
e SI LE TEMOIN SRS S'ALLUME PENDANT LA CONDUITE,
ADRESSEZ-VOUS A VOTRE CONSSIONNARIE HONDA
OFFICIEL.
[srs] SICHERHEITSUGRTE BEI JEDER FAHRT ANLEGEN
e DIESES FAHRZEUG BESITZT JE EINEN AIRBAG FUR
FAHRER UND BEIFAHRER ALS ZUSATZLICHES
RÜCKHAL TESYSTEM (S.R.S.).
e DAS RÜCKHALTESYSTEM IST EINE ERGANZUNG ZUM
SICHERHEITSGURT.
e SOLLTE WAHREND DER FAHRT DIE SRS-
KONTROLLEUCHTE AUFLEUCHTEN SUCHEN SIE BITTE
UNGEHEND EINEN HONDA-HANDLER SUF.
DRAAG ALTIJD UW VEILIGHEIDSGORDEL
e DIT VOERTUIG IS UITGERUST MET AIRBAG (SRS) AAN
BESTUURDERSZIJDE EN PASSAGIERSZIJDE VOOR
EXTRA VEILIGHEID.
e ONTWORPEN ALS EXTRA BESCHERMING NAAST DE
VEILIGHEIDSGORDELS.
e ALS HE SRS-WAARSCHUWINGSLAMPJE GAAT
BRANDEN ONDER HET RIJDEN, NEEM DAN KONTAKT
OP MET EEN HONDA DEALER.
ALWAYS WEAR YOUR SEAT BELT
* THIS CAR IS EQUIPPED WITH A DRIVER AIRBAG AND A
FRONT SEAT PASSENGER AIRBAG AS A
SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM (S.R.S.).
® IT IS DESIGNED TO SUPPLEMENT THE SEAT BELT.
* IF YOUR SRS INDICATOR LIGHTS WHILE DRIVING SEE
YOUR AUTHORIZED ACURA DEALER.
(KS, KY)
(KE, KQ, KT)
[sRS] ALWAYS WEAR YOUR SEAT BELT
e THIS CAR IS EQUIPPED WITH A DRIVER AIRBAG AND A
FRONT SEAT PASSENGER AIRBAG AS A
SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM (S.R.S.).
e IT IS DESIGNED TO SUPPLEMENT THE SEAT BELT.
e IF YOUR SRS INDICATOR LIGHTS WHILE DRIVING SEE
YOUR AUTHORIZED HONDA DEALER.
ALWAYS WEAR YOUR SEAT BELT
e THIS CAR IS EQUIPPED WITH A DRIVER AIRBAG AND A
FRONT SEAT PASSENGER AIRBAG AS A
SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM (S.R.S.).
e IT IS DESIGNED TO SUPPLEMENT THE SEAT BELT.
e IF YOUR SRS INDICATOR LIGHTS WHILE DRIVING SEE
YOUR AUTHORIZED HONDA DEALER.
ANVAND ALLTID BILBALTET
e OETTA FORDOM AR FÓRSETTMED EN LUFTKUDDE
FORARSATET OCH EN LUFKUDDE FOR
PASSAGERASATET FRAM SOM ETT
KOMPLETTERANCE SKYDDSSYSTEM (S.R.S.).
e DET AR AMNAT ATT KOMPLETTERA BILBALTET.
e OM SRS-INDICATORN TÁNDS UNDER KÓRNING SKALL
DU KONTAKTA EN AUKTORISERAD HONDA-
ATERFORSALJARE.
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eTAMA AUTO OM VARUSTETTU AJAJAN
ILMATYYNYLLA JA ETUMATKUSTAJAN
ILMATYYNYLLA JOTKA TOIMIVAT YLIMAARAISENA
TUKIJAJESTELMAMA.
e SE ON SUUNNITELTU TAYDENTAMAAN TURVAVYOTA.
e JOS SRS-MERKKIVALO SYTTYY AJON AIKANA,
OTTAKAA YHTEYS VALTUUTETTUUN HONDA-
MYYJAAN.
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{cont’d)
1-11
Warning/Caution Label Locations
- (cont'd)
J: INFLATOR BAM LABEL
(KF, KG, KX only)
K: PASSENGER MODULE DANGER LABEL
(KF, KG, KX)
AIRBAG GAS GENERATOR UT 11873
MORTON INTERNATIONAL, OGDEN, USA
HERSTELLUNG: (JAHR)
EINFUHRER: HONDA DEUTSCHLAND
GMBH 6050 OFFENBACH
BAM PT,-0437
DER GASGENERATOR DARF NUR FUR INSASSEN-
RUCKHALTESYSTEME MIT LUFTSACK IN
KRAFTFAHRZEUGE MONTIERT WERDEN.
DIE MONTAGE UND DEMONTAGE DES GASGENERATORS
DARF NUR VON DAFUR GESCHULTEM PERSONAL
VORGENOMMEN WERDEN.
CAUTION THE GAS GENERATOR SHOULD ONLY BE
* DANGER
EXPLOSIVE/FLAMMABLE
POISON
e WARNING
REFER TO THE SHOP MANUAL.
e DANGER
EXPLOSIF ET INFLAMMABLE
POISON
e ATTENTION
SE REPORTER AU MANUEL D'ATELIER.
e GEFAHR
EXPLOSIV/ENTZUNDBAR
GIFT
* WARNUNG
WERKSTATTHANDBUCH LESEN.
* GEVAAR
EXPLOSIEGEVAAR/BRANDBAAR
GIFTIG
e WAARSCHUWING
LEES HET WERKPLAATSHANDBOEK.
CONTAINS INSTALLED IN VEHICLES EQUIPPED
FLAMMABLE WITH THE AIRBAG SYSTEM. THE GAS
SOLIDS GENERATOR IS TO BE INSTALLED AND/
OR DISASSEMBLED ONLY BY TRAINED
PERSONNEL.
ATTENTION LE GENERATEUR DE GAZ NE PEUT ETRE
CONTENT DE INSTALLE QUE SUR DES VEHICULES
SOLIDES EQUIPES D'UN SYSTEME AIRBAG LE
FLAMMABLES MONTAGE ET LE DEMONTAGE DU
GENERATEUR DE GAZ NE PEUT ETRE
EFFECTUE QUE PAR UN PERSONNEL
QUALIFIE.
(KS, KY)
e DANGER
EXPLOSIVE/FLAMMABLE
POISON
REFER TO THE SHOP MANUAL.
eFARLIGT
EXPLOIVT/LATTANTANDLIGT
GIFTIGT
SE VERKSTADBOKEN.
e ATTENTION
SE VERKSTADBOKEN.
VARRA __
HELPOSTI RAJAHTAVA/SYTTYVA
MYRKKY
KATSO LIKEOHJETTA.
[SRS]: >= e
ЭМ ен) a az
al
1-12
K: PASSENGER MODULE DANGER LABEL
(KE, KQ, KT, KU)
À DANGER Â DANGER
EXPLOSIVE/FLAMMABLE | EXPLOSIBLE/INFLAMMABLE
CONTACT WITH ACID, WATER, OR HEAVY METALS SUCH A
COPPER, LEAD OR MERCURY MAY PRODUCE HARMFUL AND
IRRITATING GASES OR EXPLOSIVE COMPOUNDS. STORAGE
TEMPERATURES MUST NOT EXCEED 200°F (100°C). FOR
PROPER HANDLING, STORAGE AND DISPOSAL PROCEDURE
REFER TO SERVICE (SHOP) MANUAL, SRS SUPPLEMENT.
POISON :
CONTAINS POISONOUS SODIUM AZIDE AND POTASSIUM
NITRATE.
FIRST AID
IF CONTENTS ARE SWALLOWED, INDUCE VOMITING. FOR EYE
CONTACT, FLUSH EYES WITH WATER FOR 15 MINUTES. IF
GASES (FROM ACID OR WATER CONTACT) ARE INHALED,
SEEK FRESH AIR, IN EVERY CASE, GET PROMPT MEDICAL
ATTENTION.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
TOUT CONTACT AVEC L'ACIDE, LEAU OU DES METAUX
LOURDS COMME LE CUIVRE, LE PLOMB OU LE MERCURE
RISQUE DE PRODUIRE DES GAZ NOCIFS ET IRRITANTS OU DES
COMPOSES EXPLOSIFTS. LES TEMPERATURES DE
RANGEMENT NE DEVRONT PAS DEPASSER 200°F (100°C).
POUR LES PROCEDURES DE MANIPULATION, DE RANGEMENT
ET DE MISE AU REBUT, VOIR LE SUPPLEMENT SRS DU
MANUEL D'ENTRIEN.
POISON
RENFERME DE L'ACIDE DE SOUDE ET DU NITRATE DE
POTASSIUM TOXIQUES.
PREMIERS SECOURS
SI LE CONTENU EST ABSORBE, INDUIRE UN VOMISSEMENT.
EN CAS DE CONTACT AVEC LES YEUX, LAVER À GRANDE
EAU PENDANT UN QUART D'HEURE. EN CAS D'INHALATION
DES GAZ (PAR CONTACT AVEC L'ACIDE OU L'EAU). ALLER A
L'AIR FRAIS. DANS TOUS LE CAS, OBTENIR PROMPTEMENT
DES SOINS MEDICAUX.
TENIR HORS DE PORTEE DES ENFANTS.
ÁN WARNING
THE AIRBAG INFLATOR IS EXPLOSIVE AND, IF ACCIDENTALLY
DEPLOYED, CAN SERIOUSLY HURT OR KILL YOU.
« DO NOT USE ELECTRICAL TEST EQUIPEMENT OR PROBING
DEVICES.
THEY CAN CAUSE ACCIDENTAL DEPLOYMENT.
* NO SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. DO NOT DISASSEMBLE.
e PLACE AIRBAG UPRIGHT WHEN REMOVED.
* FOLLOW SERVICE (SHOP) MANUAL INSTRUCTIONS
CAREFULLY.
ÁN ATTENTION
LE GONFLEUR DE COUSSIN D'AIR EST EXPLOSIBLE ET S'IL SE
DEPLOIE ACCIDENTELLEMENT, IL RISQUE DE PROVOQUER
DES BLESSURES GRAVES OU DE TUER.
e NE PAS UTILISER DE MATERIEL D'ESSAI ELECTRIQUE NI DE
SONDE.
ILS POURRAIENT PROVOQUER UN DEPLOIEMENT
ACCIDENTEL DU COUSSIN D'AIR.
e IL N'Y A PAS DE PIECES REPARABLES A L'INTERIEUR. NE
PAS DEMONTER.
e QUAND ON RETIRE LE COUSSIN D'AIR, LE TENIR A LA
VERTICALE.
e SUIVRE ATTENTIVEMENT LES INSTRUCTIONS DU MANUEL
D'ENTRETIEN.
(cont'd)
1-13
Warning/Caution Label Locations
- (cont'd)
L: PRETENSIONER ELR CAUTION LABEL
A WARNING
EXPROSIVE MATERIAL INSIDE
YOU CAN BE SERIOUSLY HURT OR BURNED.
¢ INSTALL RED SHORT CONNECTOR WHEN WIRE
HARNESS iS DISCONNECTED.
se DO NOT TAMPER OR DISASSEMBLE.
NO SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
e USE ONLY APPROVED ELECTRICAL TESTERS FOR
CIRCUIT DIAGNOSIS.
e REFER TO SERVICE (SHOP) MANUAL FOR COMPLETE
INSTRUCTIONS.
4\ ATTENTION
MATERIEL EXPROSIF A L'INTERIEUR
VOUS POUVEZ SUBIR DES BLESSURES OU DES
BRULURES GRAVES.
e METTRE LE CONNECTEUR ROUGE COURT EN PLACE
QUAND LE FAISCEAU DE FILS EST DEBRANCHE.
e NE PAS MODIFIER OU DEMONTER. NE COMPREND
AUCUNE PLECE INTERNE A ENTRETENIR.
e N'UTILISER QUE DES APPAREILS DE VERIFICATION
APPROUVES POUR LE DIAGNOSTIC DU CIRCUIT.
* CONSULTER LE MANUEL D'ENTRETIEN POUR LES
DIRECTIVES COMPLETES.
M: PRETENSIONER POWER SOURCE CAUTION LABEL
Zl NE RIAL, FRE. EY BEWHETY
YF at— — ло = = 7 ВОВ,
SEAT BELT DO NOT TAMPER. REFER TO
TENSIONER SERVICE (SHOP) MANUAL FOR
COMPLETE INSTRUCTIONS.
ENROULEUR NE PAS MODIFIER. CONSULTER LE
DE CEINTURE MANUEL D'ENTRETIEN POUR LES
DE SECURITE DIRECTIVES COMPLETES.
N: PRETENSIONER POWER SOURCE BAM LABEL
(Except KY)
P/T PWR SOURCE-BGO
NIPPON KOKI, SHIRAKAWA JAPAN
HERSTELLUNGSJAHR: 1991
EINFUHRER: HONDA DEUTSCHLAND
GMBH/OFFENBACH
BAM PT,-0380
DER GASGENERATOR DARF NUR FUR INSASSEN-
RUCKHALTESYSTEME MIT GURSTRAFFEREINHELTEN IN
KRAFTFAHRZEUGE MONTIERT WERDEN.
DIE MONTAGE UND DEMONTAGE DES GASGENERATORS
DARF NUR VON DAFUR GESCHULTEM PERSONAL
VORGENOMMEN WERDEN.
O: MONITOR NOTICE
(KF. KG, KX, KE, KQ, KT, KU)
NOTICE
* NO SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
* REFER TO SERVICE (SHOP) MANUAL FOR DETAILED
INSTRUCTIONS.
BEEW
е ОТСЕК,
oe БО, ВЫ Кл 7 Ва ССК,
REMARQUE
® AUCUNE PIECE REPARABLE A L'INTERIEUR.
e POUR LES INSTRUCTIONS DETAILL'EES, SE REPORTER
AU MANUEL DE REPARATIONS.
LET UP!
e GEEN ONDERDELEN BINNEN DEZE UNIT WAARAAN
WERKZAAMHEDEN KUNNEN WORDEN VERRICHT.
* RAADPLEEG HET WERKPLAATSHANDBOEX VOOR
NADERE AANWIJZINGEN.
ACHTUNG
e DIE INNENTILE BEDURFEN KEINER WARTUNG.
e AUSFUHRLICHE ANWEISUNGEN SIND DEM
WERKSTATTHANDBUCH ZU ENTNEHMEN.
(KS, KY)
NOTICE
* NO SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
e REFER TO SERVICE (SHOP) MANUAL FOR DETAILED
INSTRUCTIONS.
BEE
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e RU, REIR IA Y—-— EZ Y=272XEMLT<
TE,
OBERVERA
e INGA REPARERBARA DELAR INVÁNDIGT.
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ANVISNINGAR.
HUOM!
e SISÁLL El OLE HUOLLETTAVISSA OLEVIA OSIA.
* KATSO KORJAAMOKÁSIKIRJASTA TARKAT OHJEET.
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1-14
Special Tools
Individual tool lists are located at the front of each section.
Specifications
Standards and Service Limits ................... 3-2
Design Specifications... 3-15
Body Specifications... unenennnena 3-18
Standards and Service Limits
Г Cylinder Head/Valve Train — Section 6
STANDARD (NEW)
SERVICE LIMIT
Compression
MEASUREMENT
200 min”! (rpm) and Nominal
wide open throttle Minimum
Maximum variation
1,400 kPa (14.0 kg/em?, 199 psi)
1,000 kPa (10.0 kg/cm?, 142 psi)
200 kPa (2.0 kg/cm?, 28 psi)
Cylinder head | Warpage — 0.05 (0.002)
Height 99.95— 100.05 (3.935— 3.939) —
Camshaft End play 0.05—0.15 (0.002—0.006) 0.15 (0.006)
Camshaft-to-holder oil clearance 0.050—0.089 (0.0020—0.0035) 0.10 (0.004)
Total runout: 0.03 (0.001) 0.04 (0.002)
Cam lobe height (1) IN 40.118 {1.5794) —
EX 37.766 (1.4868) —
@ IN 40.005 (1.5750) —
| EX | 37.766 (1.4868) —
Valve Valve clearance IN O (Hydraulic tappets, Auto-adjuster type) | —
EX | O (Hydraulic tappets, Auto-adjuster type) | —
Valve stem O.D. IN 5.48—5.49 (0.2157—0.2161) 5.45 (0.215)
| EX | 5.45—5.46 (0.2146—0.2150) 5.42 (0.213)
Stem-to-guide clearance IN 0.02—0.05 (0.001 —0.002) 0.08 (0.003)
; EX | 0.05—0.08 (0.002— 0.003) 0.11 (0.004)
Valve seat Width IN | 1.25—1.55 (0.049—0.061) 2.0 (0.08)
EX 1.25— 1.55 (0.049—0.061) 2.0 (0.08)
Stem installed height IN 46.935 — 47.425 (1.8478—1.8671) 47.625 (1.8750)
EX | 47.885—48.375 (1.8852— 1.9045) 48.575 (1.9124)
Valve spring Free length IN 50.16 {1.9748)*! —
50.17 (1.9752)*? —
EX 50.36 (1.9827) —
Valve guide 1.D. IN and EX 5.51—5.53 (0.217—0.2186) 5.55 (0.219)
Installed height IN and EX } 15.75— 16.25 (0.620 —0.640) —
Rocker arm ' Arm-to-shaft clearance 0.018—0.054 (0.0007 —0.0021) 0.08 (0.003)
(©): Except KQ, KY, KT
@: KQ, KY, KT
*1: NIHON HATSUJO manufactured valve spring
*2: CHUO HATSUJO manufactured valve spring
Unit of length: mm (in)
— Engine Block — Section 7
MEASUREMENT STANDARD (NEW) SERVICE LIMIT
Cylinder block Warpage of deck surface 0.07 (0.003) max. 0.10 (0.004)
Bore diameter 90.00— 90.02 (3.543— 3.544) 90.07 (3.546)
Bore taper — 0.05 (0.002)
Reboring limit — 0.5 (0.02)
Piston Skirt O.D. at 17.0 mm (0.67in) from
bottom of skirt
No Letter (A) 89.980— 89.990 (3.5425— 3.5429) 89.970 (3.5421)
B 89.970— 89.980 (3.5421— 3.5425) 89.960 (3.5417)
Clearance in cylinder 0.02—0.04 (0.001—0.002) 0.08 (0.003)
Groove width (for ring) Top 1.220— 1.230 (0.0480—0.0484) 1.250 (0.0492)
| Second 1.220— 1.230 (0.0480-—0.0484) 1.250 (0.0492)
Oil 2.805—2.820 (0.1104—0.1110) - 2.85 (0.112)
Piston ring Ring-to-groove clearance Top 0.035—0.060 (0.0014—0.0024) 0.13 (0.005)
Second 0.030—0.055 (0.0012—0.0022) 0.13 (0.005)
Ring end gap Top 0.25—0.40 (0.010—0.016) 0.70 (0.028)
Second 0.40—0.55 (0.016-—0.022) 0.85 (0.033)
Oil 0.20—0.70 (0.008—0.028) *' 0.80 (0.031)
0.20—0.50 (0.008—0.020) *? 0.80 (0.031)
Piston pin O.D. 21.994— 22.000 (0.8559—0.8661) —
Pin-to-piston clearance — 0.012—0.024 (0.0005—0.0009) —
Connecting rod Pin-to-rod interference 0.013—0.032 (0.0005—0.0013) —
Small end bore diameter 21.9608—21.981 (0.8649—0.8654) —
Large end bore diameter Nominal 57.0 (2.24) —
End play installed on crankshaft 0.15—0.30 (0.006—0.012) —
Crankshaft Main journal diameter 67.967—68.000 (2.6759—2.6772) —
Rod journal diameter 53.970—53.994 (2.1248—2.1257) —
Taper 0.005 (0.0002) max. 0.010 (0.0004)
Out-of-round 0.004 (0.0002) max. 0.010 (0.0004)
End play 0.10—0.29 (0.004—0.011) 0.45 (0.018)
Total runout 0.020 (0.0008) max. 0.030 (0.0012)
Bearings Main bearing-to-journal oil clearance 0.020—0.044 (0.0008—0.001 7) 0.05 (0.002)
Rod bearing-to-journal oil clearance 0.022—0.046 (0.0009—0.0018) 0.05 (0.002)
*1: RIKEN manufactured piston ring
*2: TEIKOKU PISTON RING manufactured piston ring
— Engine Lubrication — Section 8
MEASUREMENT STANDARD (NEW) SERVICE LIMIT
Engine oil Capacity 2 (US at, Imp at) 5,3 (5.6 , 4.7) for engine overhaul
4.5 (4.8, 4.0) for oil change,including filter
4.0 (4.2, 3.5) for oil change,except filter
Oil pump Inner-to-outer rotor radial clearance 0.04—0.16 (0.002—0.006) 0.20 (0.008)
Housing-to-outer rotor radial clearance 0.10—0.18 (0.004—0.007) 0.20 (0.008)
Housing-to-rotor axial clearance 0.02—0.07 (0.001—0.003) 0.12 (0.005)
Relief valve Pressure setting at oil temperature
176°F (80°C)
kPa (kg/cm?, psi) at idle
at 3,000 min” (rpm)
70 (0.7, 10.0) min.
350 (3.5, 50) min.
Standards and Service Limits
— Cooling — Section 10
Reservoir capacity: 0.65 £ (0.172 US gal, 0.143 Imp gal)
MEASUREMENT STANDARD (NEW)
Radiator Coolant capacity 2 (US gal, Imp gal) M/T 8.8 (2.32 , 1.94) for overhaul
(Including engine, heater, cooling 7.7 12.03 , 1.69) for coolant change
line and reservoir) A/T 8.7 (2.30, 1.91) for overhaul
7.6 (2.01, 1.67) for coolant change
Radiator cap
Opening pressure kPa (kg/cm?, psi)
95— 125 (0.95— 1.25, 13.5— 18)
Thermostat Starttoopen °Е (°С) 169—176 (76—80)
Fully open °F (°C) 194 (90)
Valve lift at fully open 10 (0.4) min.
Radiator fan Radiator fan control sensor “ON” temperature (LOW) °F (°C) 183 (84)
Radiator fan control sensor ‘OFF’ temperature (LOW) °F (°C) 172 (78)
Radiator fan control sensor “ON” temperature (HIGH) °F (°C) 194 (90)
Radiator fan control sensor “OFF” temperature (HIGH) °F (°C) 183 (84)
— Fuel and Emissions — Section 11
MEASUREMENT STANDARD (NEW)
Pressure Pressure with regulator vacuum hose 270—320 (2.7—3.2, 38—46)
regulator disconnected kPa (kg/em?, psi)
Fuel tank Capacity 0 (US gal, Imp gal) 68 (18.0 , 15.0)
Engine Fast idle speed
min”! (rpm) at 77 °F (25 °C) 1,500-+-200
Idle speed
min” {rpm} (with headlight and M/T 65050 (neutral)
cooling fan off) A/T 60050 ([N] or [P]position)
Idle CO % With CATA: 0.1 max. Without CATA: 1.0+1.0
—Clutch — Section 12
MEASUREMENT STANDARD (NEW) SERVICE LIMIT
Clutch pedal Clutch pedal height to floor 193.0 (7.60) —
Stroke at pedal 139.0 (5.47) —
Total clutch pedal free play Ш
(include the pedal play) 9.0—15.0 (0.35—0.59) —
Pedal play 1.0—7.0 (0.04—0.28) ` —
Disengagement height to floor 90 (3.5) min. —
Flywheel Clutch surface runout 0.05 (0.002) max. 0.15 (0.006)
Clutch disc Rivet depth 1.5 (0.06) min. 0.5 (0.02)
Thickness 9.65— 10.3 (0.38—0.41) 6.8 (0.27)
Pressure plate Warpage 0.03 (0.001) max. 0.15 (0.006)
— Manual Transmission
Unit of length: mm (in)
— Section 13
MEASUREMENT
STANDARD (NEW)
SERVICE LIMIT
Transmission oil
Capacity £ (US gt, Imp qt)
2.6 (2.7 , 2.3) for overhaul
2.3 (2.4 , 2.0) for oil change -
Mainshaft End play © 0.183—0.375(0.0072—0.0148) 0.525 (0.0207)
Diameter of bearing contact area
Clutch housing side A 27.977—27.990 (1.1015— 1.1020) 27.930 (1.0996)
Transmission housing side C 30.987— 31.000 (1.2200— 1.2205) 30.940 (1.2181)
Transmission cover side D 27.987— 28.000 (1.1018— 1.1024) 27.937 (1.0999)
3rd gear B 37.989— 38.000 (1.4956— 1.4961) 37.935 (1.4935)
Runout 0.02 (0.001) max. 0.05 (0.002)
Countershaft Diameter of bearing contact area
Clutch housing side A
Transmission housing side B
Transmission cover side C
33.000—33.015 (1.2992— 1.2998)
31.975—31.988 (1.2589— 1.2594)
27.987— 28.000 (1.1018— 1.1024)
32.950 (1.2972)
31.928 (1.2570)
27.937 (1.0999)
Runout 0.02 (0.001) max. 0.05 (0.002)
Reverse gear shaft | Diameter of bearing contact area 19.989— 20.000 (0.7870— 0.7874) 19.93 (0.785)
Reverse drive LD. 25.007— 25.020 (0.9845—0.9850) 25.078 (0.9873)
gear Thickness 26.45—26.50 {1.041—1.043) 26.38 (1.039)
Mainshaft 3rd 1.D. 44.009-— 44.025 (1.7326— 1.7333) 44.080 (1.7354)
gear Thickness 31.39—31.47 (1.236— 1.239) 31.32 (1.233)
End play (when tightening by 0.06—0.19 (0.002—0.007) 0.30 (0.012)
specified torque)
Mainshaft 4th
gear
LD.
Thickness
End play (when tightening by
specified torque)
44.009— 44.025 (1.7326 — 1.7333)
29.39—29.47 (1.157—1.160)
0.06—0.19 (0.002—0.007)
44.080 (1.7354)
29.32 (1.154)
0.30 (0.012)
Mainshaft 5th
gear
D.
Thickness |
End play {when tightening by
specified torque)
44.009—44.025 (1.7326— 1.7333)
29.39—29.47 (1.157—1.160)
0.06—0.19 (0.002—0.007)
44.080 (1.7354)
29.32 (1.154)
0.30 (0.012)
Distance collar D. 30.992— 31.002 (1.2202— 1.2205) 31.050 (1.2224)
(4th, 5th gear) Diameter of needle bearing contact area | 37.989—38.000 (1.4956— 1.4961) 37.940 (1.4937)
Thickess of needle bearing contact area | 29.56—29.61 (1.164— 1.166) 29.54 (1.163)
Countershaft D. 53.010—53.029 (2.0870— 2.0878) 53.081 (2.0898)
1st gear Thickness 35.92—36.00 (1.414—1.417) 35.85 (1.411)
End play (when tightening by 0.04—0.10 (0.002—0.004) Adjust
specified torque)
Countershaft D. 53.010—53.029 (2.0870— 2.0878) 53.081 (2.0898)
2nd gear Thickness 35.92— 36.00 (1.414— 1.417) 35.85 (1.411)
End play (when tightening by
specified torque)
0.04—0.10 (0.002—0.004)
Adjust
(cont’d)
3-5
Standards and Service Limits
—Manual Transmission (cont'd)
— Sectoin 13
MEASUREMENT STANDARD (NEW) SERVICE LIMIT
Spacer collar I. D. 37.950—37.960 (1.4941—1.4945) 38.008 (1.4964)
(countershaft О. р. 46.989—47.000 (1.8500— 1.8504) 46.940 (1.8480)
2nd gear) Thickness A 36.07— 36.09 (1.420— 1.421) Adjust
B 36.03— 36.05 (1.419— 1.419) Adjust
Countershaft O. D. (bearing contact area) 46.989—47.000 (1.8500— 1.8504) 46.94 (1.848)
reverse gear Thickness 50.45— 50.55 (1.986— 1.990) 50.38 (1.983)
Synchro ring Ring-to-gear clearance 0.85— 1.10 (0.033—0.043) 0.4 (0.02)
(ring pushed against gear)
Double cone Clearance (ring pushed against gear) |
synchro ring Outer synchro ring-to-gear 0.95—1.68 (0.037—0.066) 0.6 (0.02)
Synchro cone-to-gear 0.5—1.0 (0.02—0.04) 0.3 (0.01)
Outer synchro ring-to-synchro cone 0.5—1.0 (0.02—0.04) 0.3 (0.01)
Shift fork Finger thickness 7.4—7.6 (0.29—0.30) —
1st/2nd Finger-to-synchro sleeve clearance 0.35—0.65 (0.014—0.026) 1.00 (0.039)
3rd/4th
and 5th
Reverse shift Finger thichness 6.4—6.6 (0.25—0.26) —
fork Finger-to-reverse synchro sleeve clearance 0.35—0.65 (0.014—0.026) 1.00 (0.039)
Groove width 13.20— 13.30 (0.520— 0.524) —
Fork-to-reverse shift holder clearance 0.20—0.50 (0.008—0.020) 0.8 (0.03)
Shift fork shaft Fork-to-shift piece clearance 0.25—0.55 (0.010—0.022) 0.85 (0.033)
Groove width of the shift piece contact point | 12.20— 12.40 (0.480—0.488) —
Shift arm Diameter (at the contact point with the 7.90—8.00 (0.311—0.315) —
change piece)
Arm-to-change piece clearance 0.10—0.30 (0.004—0.012) 0.55 (0.022)
Diameter (at the contact point with the 7.90—8.00 (0.311—0.315) —
shift piece)
Arm-to-shift piece clearance 0.10—0.30 (0.004—0.012) 0.55 (0.022)
Change piece Groove width of the shift arm contact point 8.10—8.20 (0.319—0.323) —
Shift piece Diameter (at the contact point with the 11.85— 11.95 (0.467—0.470) —
shift fork shaft)
Reverse shift Diameter (at the contact point with the 12.80— 13.00 (0.504 — 0.512) —
holder reverse shift fork)
Diameter (at the contact point with the 12.80—13.00 (0.504—0.512) —
Bth/reverse shift fork shaft)
Holder-to-bth/reverse shift fork clearance 0.20—0.60 (0.008— 0.024) 0.8 (0.03)
Holder-to-reverse shift fork clearance 0.20—0.50 (0.008—0.020) 0.8 (0.03)
Secondary gear Backlash 0.061—0.121 (0.0024—0.0048) —
Preload (starting torque) N-m (kg-m, Ib-ft) 1.4—2.6 (0.14—0.26 , 1.0— 1.9) Adjust
Diameter of bearing contact are
Clutch housing side - 55.002— 55.021 (2.1654—2.1662) —
Transmission housing side 45.002—45.018 (1.7717— 1.7724) —
Diameter of oil seal contact area
Clutch housing side 54.894— 54.940 (2.1612—2.1630) —
Transmission housing side 44.911—44.950 (1.7681— 1.7697) —
Extension shaft Diameter of oil seal contact area 37.438— 37.500 (1.4739— 1.4764) —
Oil pump Clutch housing-to-outer rotor clearance | 0.03—0.13 (0.001—0.005) 0.18 (0.007)
Inner-to-outer rotor clearance 0.14 (0.006) 0.2 (0.01)
Clutch housing-to-rotor axial clearance 0.10—0.20 (0.004—0.008) 0.22 (0.009)
— Automatic Transmission — Section 14
Unit of length: mm (in)
([D.] position)
3rd clutch pressure at 2,000 min”! (rpm)
([D.] position)
MEASUREMENT STANDARD (NEW) SERVICE LIMIT
Transmission oil Capacity 2 (US qt, Imp qt) 8719.2, 7.7) for overhaul
fluid 3.3 (3.5, 2.9) for oil change
Hydraulic Line pressure at 2,000 min” (rpm) 800—860 (8.0—8.6 , 114— 122) 750 (7.5, 107)
pressure ([N]or[P] position)
kPa (kg/cm?, psi)
1st clutch pressure at 2,000 min" (rpm)
([D.],[D:]or[1] position)
2nd clutch pressure at 2,000 min™ (rpm) | 400 (4.0 , 57) 380 (3.8 , 54)
throttle fully closed
throttle fully closed
860 (8.6 , 122) 750 (7.5, 107)
4th clutch pressure at 2,000 min” (rpm) | throttle more than throttle more than
( position) 1/4 opened 1/4 opened
1st-hold clutch pressure at 2,000 min* (rpm) | 800—860 (8.0—8.6,114—122) 750 (7.5, 107)
([1]or[2] position)
2nd clutch pressure at 2,000 min”! (rpm)
([1|or [2] position)
Reverse clutch pressure at 2,000 min” (rpm)
([R] position)
1,190—1,270 (11.9—12.7,
169—181)
1,150 (11.5, 164)
Throttle B pressure
Throttle fully closed
Throttle fully open
© — 15 (0.15, 2.1)
590—640 (5.9—6.4 ‚ 84—91)
Clutch return spring free length
1st-hold, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th
Reverse
Clutch disc thickness
1st-hold, 1st, 2nd, Reverse
3rd, 4th
Clutch plate thickness
1st-hold, 1st, 2nd, Reverse
3rd, 4th
Clutch end plate thickness
(1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4thi}
Mark 1
Mark 2
Mark 3
Mark 4
Mark 5
Mark 6
Mark 7
Mark 8
Mark 9
Mark L1
Mark L2
Clutch end plate thickness
(1st-hold)
Mark L3 .
Mark L4
Mark LS
Stall speed Check with car on level ground 2,000 1,850— 2,150
min” (rpm)
Clutch Clutch initial clearance 1st-hold 0.70—0.90 (0.028— 0.035) —
15! 0.65—0.85 (0.026—0.033) —
2nd, 3rd 0.60—0.80 (0.024— 0.031) —
4th 0.50—0.70 (0.020—0.028) —
Reverse 0.75—0.95 (0.030—0.037) —
33.70 (1.327)
30.30 (1.193)
1.88—2.00 (0.074—0.079)
2.28—2.40 (0.090—0.094)
1.95—2.05 (0.077—0.081)
2.55—2.65 (0.100—0.104)
2.05—2.10 (0.081—0.083)
2.15—2.20 (0.085—0.087)
2.25—2.30 (0.089—0.091)
2.35—2.40 (0.093—0.094)
2.45—2.50 (0.096—0.098)
2.55—2.60 (0.100—0.102)
2.65—2.70 (0.104—0.106)
2.75—2.80 (0.108—0.110)
2.85—2.90 (0.112—0.114)
2.05—2.10 (0.081—0.083)
2.15—2.20 (0.085—0.087)
2.25—2.30 (0.089—0.091)
2.35—2.40 (0.093—0.094)
2.45— 2.50 (0.096 —0.098)
31.70 (1.248)
28.30 (1.114)
Until grooves worn out.
Until grooves worn out.
Discoloration
à
y
Discoloration
(cont’d)
3-7
Standards and Service Limits
—Automatic Transmission (cont'd) — Section 14
(torque converter side)
Startor shaft needle bearing contact 1.D,
(oil pump side)
Oil pump driven gear LD.
Oil pump driven gear shaft O.D.
Oil pump gear side clearance
Oil pump gear-to-body clearance
31.000—31.013 (1.2205— 1.2210)
14.016— 14.034 (0.5518—0.5525)
13.980— 13.990 (0.5504—0.5508)
0.03—0.05 (0.001—0.002)
MEASUREMENT STANDARD (NEW) SERVICE LIMIT
Clutch Clutch end plate thickness Mark L6 | 2.55—2.60 (0.100—0.102) Discoloration
{1st-hold) Mark L7 2.65—2.70 (0.104—0.106) 4
Mark L8 2.75—2.80 (0.108—0.110)
Mark L9 | 2.85—2.90 (0.112—0.114)
Clutch end plate thickness Mark R1 4.05—4.10 (0.159—0.161)
(Reverse) Mark R2 4.15—4.20 (0.163—0.165)
Mark R3 4.25—4.30 (0.167—0.169)
Mark R4 | 4.35—4.40{0.171—0.173)
Mark Rb 4.45—4.50 (0.175—0.177)
Mark R6 | 4.55—4.60 (0.179—0.181)
Mark R7 4.65—4.70 (0.183—0.185)
Mark R8 | 4.75—4.80 (0.187—0.189) y
Mark R9 | 4.85—4.90 (0.191—0.193) Discoloration
Valve body Stator shaft needle bearing contact 1.0. 28.000—28.021 (1.1024—1.1032) Wear or damage
Wear or damage
W ear or damage
0.07 (0.003)
body
Drive 0.210—0.265 (0.0083—0.0104) —
Driven 0.070—0.125 (0.0028— 0.0049) —
Regulator valve Sealing ring contact 1.0. 37.000— 37.025 (1.4567— 1.4577) 37.05 (1.459)
body
Accumulator Sealing ring contact 1.0. 42.000—42.030 (1.6535— 1.6547) 42.05 (1.656)
Shifting device
and parking
brake control
Parking brake cone
Paring brake pawl
Parking gear
Wear or other defect
Wear or other defect
Transmission
Mainshaft reverse gear distance collar length
2nd clutch thrust washer 23 mm thickness
Mainshaft 2nd gear collar length A
Countershaft reverse gear thrust
washer thickness
Countershaft reverse gear collar length
в| |^ В
Reverse clutch distance collar length
Thrust washer (45.5 x 60) thickness
{countershaft 2nd gear/parking gear)
25.95— 26.05 (1.022— 1.026)
3.95—4.00 (0.156—0.157)
35.00— 35.05 (1.378— 1.380)
31.06—31.09 (1.223— 1.224)
3.95—4.05 (0.156—0.159)
26.95—27.05 (1.061 — 1.065)
23.05— 23.09 (0.907—0.909)
35.45— 35.55 (1.396— 1.400)
1.27—1.30 (0.050—0.051)
1.32—1.35 (0.052—0.053)
1.37—1.40 (0.054—0.055)
1.42— 1.45 (0.056—0.057)
1.47— 1.50 (0.058—0.059)
1.52— 1.55 (0.060—0.061)
1.57— 1.60 (0.062—0.063)
1.62— 1.65 (0.064—0.065)
1.67—1.70 (0.066—0.067)
1.72—1.75 (0.068—0.069)
1.77—1.80 (0.070—0.071)
1.82— 1.85 (0.072—0.073)
1.87—1.90 (0.074—0.075)
Wear or damage
4
sillin
J
Wear or damage
©
НИИ
— Automatic Transmission — Section 14
Unit of length: mm (in)
MEASUREMENT
STANDARD (NEW)
SERVICE LIMIT
Transmission
(cont'd)
Mainshaft 1st gear thrust washer thickness
Mainshaft 1st gear distance collar length
Mainshaft 1st gear collar length A
TT В
BI A
1
4th clutch collar
Countershaft 2nd gear collar length
Countershaft 1st gear
A
collar length Е A B
Thrust washer (38.8 x 47) thickness
(1st~-hold clutch front side)
1st-hold clutch distance collar length
Countershaft 3rd gear T A
collar length B| AB
Diameter of one-way clutch contact area
Countershaft 1st gear |. D.
Countershaft 2nd gear |. D.
One-way clutch hub O. D.
Parking gear one-way clutch
contact area O.D.
Feed pipe A O.D.
Feed pipe BO. D.
Mainshaft and countershaft bushings, 7.0 |. D.
Mainshaft and countershaft bushings, 11.5 1.D
Mainshaft sealing ring 37 mm thickness
Countershaft sealing ring 42 mm thickness
Mainshaft sealing ring groove width
Countershaft sealing ring groove width
Diameter of needle bearing contact area
Mainshaft-stator shaft
Mainshaft 3rd gear
Mainshaft 1st gear collar
Mainshaft 1st gear distance collar
Mainshaft 2nd gear collar
Countershaft-torque converter housing
Countershaft 3rd gear collar
Countershaft 1st gear collar
Countershaft 2nd gear collar
Countershaft reverse gear collar
Reverse idler gear shaft
3.45— 3.55 (0.136—0.140)
34.05— 34.08 (1.341—1.342)
33.90— 33.97 (1.335-— 1.337)
30.05—30.10 (1.183— 1.1805)
9.67—9.70 (0.381—0.382)
9.72—9.75 (0.383—0.384)
9.77—9.80 (0.385— 0.386}
9.82—9.85 (0.387—0.388)
9.87— 9.90 (0.389—0.390}
9.92—9.95 (0.391—0.392)
9.97— 10.00 (0.393—0.394)
35.95— 36.00 (1.415— 1.417)
27.95—28.05 (1.100— 1.104)
23.50— 23.55 (0.925— 0.927)
— 297-3.00(0.117—0.118)
3.02—3.05 (0.119—0.120)
3.07—3.10 (0.121—0.122)
3.12—3.15 (0.123—0.124)
3.17—3.20 (0.125—0.126)
3.22— 3.25 (0.127—0.128)
3.27— 3.30 (0.129—0.130)
3.32—3.35(0.131—0.132)
3.37—3.40 (0.133—0.134)
3.42—3.45 (0.135—0.136)
3.47—3.50 (0.137—0.138)
68.95—69.05 (2.715—2.718)
28.95— 29.05 (1.140— 1.144)
24.02—24.05 (0.946—0.947)
95.764— 95.790 (3.7702—3.7713)
86.487— 86.513 (3.4050— 3.4060)
79.107—79.120 (3.1144—3.1150)
69.833— 69.846 (2.7493— 2.7498)
6.97—6.98 (0.274—0.275)
11.47—11.48 (0.452—0.452)
7.018—7.030 (0.2763—0.2768)
11.500—11.518 (0.4528—0.4535)
1.980— 1.995 (0.0780—0.0785)
1.980— 1.995 (0.0780—0.0785)
2.025— 2.060 (0.0797—0.081 1)
2.025— 2.060 (0.0797—0.081 1)
`24.980— 24.993 (0.9835— 0.9840)
53.968— 53.984 (2.1247— 2.1254)
34.975—34.991 (1.3770— 1.3776)
34.975—34.991 (1.3770— 1.3776)
34.975— 34.991 (1.3770— 1.3776)
38.505— 38.515 (1.5159— 1.5163)
47.975—47.991 (1.8888— 1.8894)
38.975— 38.991 (1.5344— 1.5351)
38.975— 38.991 (1.5344— 1.5351)
33.975—33.991 (1.3376— 1.3382)
13.990— 14.000 (0.5508—0.5512)
Wear or damage
Wear or damage
Wear or damage
Wear or damage
HE
Wear or damage
i
Wear or damage
7.045 (0.2774)
11.53 (0.454)
1.80 (0.071)
1.80 (0.071)
2.08 (0.082)
2.08 (0.082)
Wear or damage
4
Y
Wear or damage
(cont'd)
3-9
Standards and Service Limits
—Automatic Transmission (cont'd) — Sectoin 14
MEASUREMENT STANDARD (NEW) SERVICE LIMIT
Transmission |. р.
(cont’d) Mainshaft 4th gear 59.000— 59.016 (2.3228— 2.3235) Wear or damage
Mainshaft 2nd gear 40.000— 40.016 (1.5748—1.5754) ;
39.000— 38.016 (1.5354—1.5361)
54.000 — 54.016 (2.1260—2.1266)
44.020— 44.036 (1.7331—1.7337)
44.000—44.016 (1.7323—1.7329)
39.000— 39.016 (1.5354— 1.5361)
18.007— 18.020 (0.7089—0.7094)
Mainshaft 1st gear
Countershaft 3rd gear
Countershaft 2nd gear
Countershaft 1st gear
Countershaft reverse gear
Reverse idler gear Wear or damage
End play
Mainshaft 4th gear
1st/4th clutch
Mainshaft 2nd gear
Mainshaft 1st gear
Countershaft 3rd gear
Countershaft 4th gear
Countershaft 2nd gear
Countershaft reverse gear
Reverse idler gear
Secondary gear shaft taper roller
bearing preload (starting torque)
N-m (kg-m, Ib-ft)
Thrust washer 90 mm thickness
(torque converter housing side)
Thrust shim 75 mm thickness
0.03—0.18 (0.001—0.007)
О — 0.08 (0.003)
0.06—0.16 (0.002—0.006)
0.10—0.25 (0.004—0.010)
0.02—0.12 (0.001—0.005)
О — 0.08 (0.003)
0.07—0.15 (0:003—0.006)
0.05—0.16 (0.002—0.006)
0.03—0.30 (0.001—0.012)
3.5—4.5 (0.35—0.45 , 2.5—3.3)
0.99—1.01 (0.039—0.040)
1.56—1.58 (0.061 —0.062)
1.590—1.610 (0.0626—0.0634)
1.62— 1.64 (0.064—0.065)
1.65— 1.67 (0.065—0.066)
1.68—1.70 (0.066—0.067)
1.71—1.73 (0.067—0.068)
1.740—1.760 (0.0685—0.0693)
1.770—1.790 (0.0697—0.0705)
1.80— 1.82 (0.071—0.072)
1.83— 1.85 (0.072—0.073)
1.86— 1.88 (0.073—0.074)
1.89— 1.91 (0.074—0.075)
1.920— 1.940 (0.0756 — 0.0764)
1.95—1.97 (0.077—0.078)
1.98— 2.00 (0.078—0.079)
2.01— 2.03 (0.079—0.080)
2.04— 2.06 (0.080—0.081)
2.07—2.09 (0.081—0.082)
2.100— 2.120 (0.0827—0.0835)
2.13—2.15 (0.084—0.085)
2.16— 2.18 (0.085— 0.086)
2.19—2.21 (0.086—0.087)
2.22— 2.24 (0.087 — 0.088)
2.250— 2.270 (0.0886 —0.0894)
2.28— 2.30 (0.090—0.091)
2.31— 2.33 (0.091—0.092)
2.34— 2.36 (0.092—0.093)
2.37— 2.39 (0.093—0.094)
2.40— 2.42 (0.094—0.095)
Adjust with a
washer
—
—
Adjust with a
washer
Adjust with a
washer
—
——
Wear or damage
3-10
2.430— 2.450 (0.0957—0.0965)
— Automatic Transmission — Section 14
Unit of length: mm (in)
STANDARD (NEW)
MEASUREMENT Wire Dia. O.D. Free Length No. of coils
Spring One-way ball spring 0.29 (0.011) 4.00 (0.157) 14.00 (0.551) 13.0
Secondary spring 2.30 (0.091) 20.20 (0.795) 21.0990.8307 | 4.0
4-3 kick down valve spring 1.10 (0.043) 7.10 (0.280) 51.30 (2.020) 22.5
Regulator valve spring A 1.80 (0.071) 14.70 (0.579) 86.50 (3.406) 16.5
Regulator valve spring B 1.70 (0.067) 6.00 (0.236) * | 43.00 (1.693) 13.5
Stator reacting spring 6.50 (0.256) 26.40 (1.039)* | 30.30 (1.193) 1.9
Modulator valve spring 1.50 (0.059) 9.40 (0.370) 30.60 (1.205) 9.9
1.40 (0.055) 9.40 (0.370) 33.00 (1.299) 10.5
Torque converter check valve spring 1.10 (0.043) | 8.40 (0.331) 41.80 (1.646) 15.7
Relief valve spring 0.90 (0.035) 8.40 (0.331) 56.50 (2.224) 22.4
Cooler relief valve spring 1.10 (0.043) 8.40 (0.331) 46.80 (1.843) 17.0
3-4 orifice control valve spring 1.00 (0.039) 6.60 (0.260) 49.60 (1.953) 26.8
Throttie valve spring 1.00 (0.039) 7.60 (0.299) 28.30 (1.114) 12.1
1-2 shift valve spring 0.90 (0.035) 7.60 (0.299) 55.50 (2.185) 24.0
2-3, 3-4 shift valve spring 0.80 (0.031) 6.60 (0.260) 42.10 (1.657) 22.0
4-3 shift timing valve apring 0.70 (0.028) 7.10 (0.280) 35.00 (1.378) 20.4
1st accumulator spring 2.90 (0.114) 18.00 (0.709) 75.50 (2.972) 11.5
4th accumulator spring 2.80 (0.110) 16.50 (0.650) 80.80 (3.181) 14.6
2nd accumulator spring A 3.60 (0.142) - 22.0 (0.87) 96.70 (3.807) 13.0
2nd accumulator spring B 2.00 (0.079) - 6.60 (0.260) * | 80.00 (3.150) 19.6
1st-hold accumulator spring 4.00 (0.157) 25.00 (0.984) 68.40 (2.693) 7.2
3rd accumulator spring 3.20 (0.126) 19.00 (0.748) 78.40 (3.087) 11.1
Reverse accumulator spring 3.50 (0.138) 18.60 (0.732) 115.50 (4.547) | 19.0
Lock-up shift valve spring 0.90 (0.035) 7.60 (0.299) 73.70 (2.902) 32.0
Lock-up timing valve spring 0.80 (0.031) 6.60 (0.260) 61.20 (2.409) 38.5
Lock-up contro! valve spring 0.70 (0.028) 6.60 (0.260) 36.30 (1.429) 14.1
0.70 (0.028) 6.60 (0.260) 37.50 (1.476) 24.6
0.70 (0.028) 6.60 (0.260) 38.50 (1.516) 24.6
CPC valve spring 1.00 (0.039) 6.80 (0.268) 34.30 (1.350)- 14.2
* LD,
3-11
Standards and Service Limits
Differential — Section 15
MEASUREMENT
STANDARD (NEW) SERVICE LIMIT
Differential oil
Capacity 2 (US gt, imp gt)
1.10 (1.16 ,0.97) for overhaul
1.05 (1.11 , 0.92) for oil change
N-m (kg-m, Ib-ft) M/T New bearing
Reused bearing
A/T New bearing
Reused bearing
0.93—1.57 (0.093—0.157 , 0.7—1.1)
0.72—1.21 (0.072—0.121 ,0.5—0.9)
1.86— 2.54 (0.186—0.254 , 1.3—1.8)
1.45—1.95 (0.145—0.195, 1.0—1.4)
Differential Pinion shaft contact area |. D. 20.000— 20.021 (0.7874—0.7882) —
carrier Carrier-to-pinion shaft clearance 0.013—0.050 (0.0005—0.0020) 0.10 (0.004)
Drivershaft and intermediate shaft 32.025— 32.045 (1.2008— 1.2616) —
contact area |. D. |
Carrier-to-driveshaft clearance 0.045—0.086 (0.0018—0.0034) 0.120 (0.004 7)
Carrier-to-intermediate shaft clearance 0.080—0.116 (0.0031—0.0046) 0.120 (0.0047)
Differential Backlash 0.05—0.15 (0.002—0.006) 0.30 (0.012)
pinion gear |. D. 20.042— 20.066 (0.7891—0.7900) —
Pinion gear-to-shaft clearance 0.055—0.095 (0.0022—0.0037) 0.15 (0.006)
Drive pinion gear | Backlash At inspection hole 0.06—0.14 (0.002—0.006) Adjust
and ring gear At ring gear circumference 0.08—0.18 (0.003—0.007) Adjust
Drive pinion Preload (starting toque) Adjust
Drive pinion and Total preload (starting torque) Adjust
differential unit N-m (kg-m, Ib-ft) M/T (1D Тр + 0.55—0.78 (0.055—0.078 ‚ 0.4—0.6)
@ Tp+0.55—0.78 (0.055—0.078 , 0.4—0.6)
® Тр + 0.65—0.79 (0.065—0.079 ‚ 0.5—0.6)
@ Tp +0.65—0.79 (0.065—0.079 , 0.5—0.6)
A/T ) Tp+ 1.06—1.28 (0.106—0.128 , 0.8—0.9)
@ Tp+ 1.06— 1.28 (0.106—0.128 , 0.8—0.9)
© Tp+0.96— 1.09 (0.096—0.109 , 0.7—0.8)
(4) Tp +0.96— 1.09 (0.096—0.109 ,0.7—0.8)
(1): Pinion and ring gear bearings are new
(9): Ring gear bearing is new
®: Pinion bearing is new
@: Pinion and ring gear bearings are reused
Tp: Actual measurement of drive pinion preload (Tp should be within the standard spec.)
— Steering — Section 17
MEASUREMENT STANDARD (NEW)
Steering wheel Play at steering wheel circumference О — 10 (0.4)
Starting load at steering wheel circumference
Engine stopped 200 (20, 44) max.
Engine running 30 (3, 6.6) max.
Gearbox Angle of rack-guide-screw loosened from locked position 20° 5
Pump Pump pressure with shut-off valve closed kPa (kg/cm?, psi) 8,000—9,000 (80—90, 1,138—1,280)
Power steering
fluid
Fluid capacity Reservoir
2 (US at, Imp at) System
0.5 (0.5 , 0.4)
1.7 (1.8, 1.5)
Power steering
belt *
Deflection with 100 N (10 kg, 22 Ibs) between pulleys
11.5— 13.5 (0.45—0.53) with used belt
7.5—9.5 (0.30—0.37) — with new belt
Belt tension N (kg, Ibs)
Measured with belt tension gauge
350— 550 (35— 55, 77— 121)with used belt
700— 900 (70— 90, 154— 198) with new beit
* When using a new belt, adjust deflection or tension to new values. Run the engine for 5 minutes then turn it off. Readjust
deflection or tension to used belt values.
3-12
— Suspension — Section 18
Unit of length: mm (in)
MEASUREMENT STANDARD (NEW) SERVICE LIMIT
Wheel Camber Front 0° 00" +1°, 0°15" +19" —
alignment Rear —0°20—-1°, —0%5 +19 —
Caster Front 3°45' +19, 3°30’ +19 *' —
Total toe Front Out 1.0 (0.04) +2.0 (0.08) —
Rear In 2.0 (0.08) +2.0 (0.08) —
Front wheel turning angle
Inward wheel 44°--2° —
40%+29 *2 0
Outward wheel 35° —
330 *2 —
Side slip Front Qut 1.0 (0.04) +2.0 (0.08) —
Wheel Rim runout Axial 0—0.7 (0—0.03) 2.0 (0.08)
Radial 0—0.7 (0—0.03) 1.5 (0.06)
Wheel bearing End play Front O—0.05 (O— 0.002) —
Rear 0—0.05 (0—0.002) —
*1: KY only *2: KF, KG, KX, KE, KS
—Brake — Section 19
MEASUREMENT STANDARD (NEW) SERVICE LIMIT
Parking brake Play in stroke at 200 N (20 kg, 44 lbs) To be locked when pulled —
lever (LHD) lever force 8— 12 notches
Parking brake Play in stroke at 300 N (30 kg, 66 Ibs) To be locked when pulled —
pedal (RHD) pedal force 6—8 notches
Foot brake Pedal height (with floor mat removed) LHD: 213 (8.39) —
pedal RHD: 210 (8.27) —
Free play 1—5 (1/16— 13/64) —
Master cylinder Piston-to-pushrod clearance 0—0.2 (0—0.008) —
Disc brake Disc thickness Front 23.0 (0.91) 21.0 (0.83)
28.0 (1.10) *' 26.0 (1.02) *'
Веаг 9.0 (0.35) 7.5 (0.30)
Disc runout Front — 0.10 (0.004)
Rear — 0.10 (0.004)
Disc parallelism Front and rear — 0.015 (0.0006)
Pad thickness Front 11.0 (0.43) 1.6 (0.06)
Rear 9.0 (0.35) 1.6 (0.06)
Parking brake |. р. Веаг 170.0 (6.69) 171.0 (6.73)
drum** Lining thickness - Rear 2.5 (0.10) 1.0 (0.04) -
Brake booster Characteristics at 200 N (20 kg, 44 Ibs) Line pressure kPa (kg/cm?, psi)
pedal force
Type
LHD RHD
Vacuum
O mm (0 in) Hg 700 (7.0 , 100) min. 820 (8.2 , 117) min.
300 mm (11.8 in) Hg 6,230 (62.3 , 886) min. 6,190 (61.9 , 880) min.
500 mm (19.7 in) Hg 9,920 (99.2, 1,411) min. 9,780 (97.8, 1,391) min.
*1: Dual pot caliper type
*?: Rear disc brake with drum parking brake type
3-13
Standards and Service Limits
—Air Conditioning — Section 22
MEASUREMENT
STANDARD (NEW)
Air conditioning
system
Lubricant type: ND-OIL8 P/N38899-PR7-003 (For Refrigerant HFC-134a (R-134a))
Lubricant capacity Condenser 30.0 (1.01 , 1.06)
m2 (floz, Imp oz) Evaporator 60.0 (2.03 , 2.11}
Line or hose 10.0 (1/3, 0.35)
Reservoir 10.0 (1/3, 0.35)
Compressor Lubricant type: ND-OIL8 P/N38899-PR7-003 (For Refrigerant HFC-134a (R-134a)}
Lubricant capacity m{ (fl oz, Imp oz) 140 (4 2/3, 4.9)
Coil resistance at 68 °F (20°C) © 3.4—3.8
Pulley-to-pressure plate clearance 0.5 (0.02) +0.15 (0.006)
Compressor Deflection with 100 N (10 kg, 22 Ibs) 8.0— 10.0 (0.31 —0.39) with used belt
belt* between pulleys 5.0—6.5 (0.20—0.26) with new belt
Belt tension N (kg, Ibs)
Measured with belt tension gauge
400— 600 (40— 60, 88— 132) with used belt
800 — 1,000 (80— 100, 176— 220) with new belt
* When using a new belt, adjust deflection or tension to new
deflection or tension to used belt values.
—Electrical — Section 23
values. Run the engine for 5 minutes then turn it off. Readjust
MEASUREMENT STANDARD (NEW) | SERVICE LIMIT
Ignition coil Rated voltage V. 12 |
Primary winding resistance at 77 °F 1.0+10%
(25 °C) Q
Spark Plug Type Refer to section 23 (Base manual Code No. 62SP000)
Electrode gap 1.00—1.10 (0.039—0.043) 1.3 (0.05) *'
ignition timing At idling °BTDC 15+2 (Red)
Alternator Deflection with 100 N (10 kg, 22 Ibs) 9.5— 11.5 (0.37—0.45) with used belt
belt** between pulleys 5.5—7.5(0.22—0.30) with new belt
Belt tension N (kg, Ibs) 350— 550 (35— 55, 77— 121) with used belt
Measured with belt tension gauge 750— 900 (75— 90, 165— 198) with new belt
Alternator Output À at 13.5 V, hot and 110 —
6,000 alternator min™ (rpm)
Brush length 10.5 (0.41) 3.5(0.14)
Starting motor Type/Output kW Reduction, Permanent —
(MITUBISHI) magnet/2.0
Commutator mica depth 0.5—0.8 (0.02—0.03) 0.20 (0.008)
Commutator runout О — 0.05 (0.002) 0.10 (0.004)
Commutator O. D. 31.90— 32.10 (1.256— 1.264) 31.5 (1.24)
Brush length 18.0 (0.71) 11.0 (0.43)
Brush spring tension N (kg, Ibs) 29.7—36.3 (2.97— 3.63, —
6.55— 8.00)
*1: Do not adjust the electrode gap, replace spark plug if it is out of spec.
*2: When using a new belt, adjust deflection or tension to new values. Run the engine for 5 minutes then turn it off. Readjust
deflection or tension to used belt values.
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Design Specifications
ITEM METRIC ENGLISH NOTES
DIMENSIONS Overall Length Except KY 4,885 mm 192.3 in
KY 4,890 mm 192.5 in
Overall Width 1,810 mm 71.3 п
Overall Height Except KY 1,370 mm 53.9 in
KY 1,375 mm 54.1 in
Wheelbase 2,830 mm 111.4 in
Track Front/Rear’ Except KY 1,550/1,540 mm 61.0/60.6 in
KY 1,545/1,535 mm 60.8/60.4 in
Seating Capacity Five
WEIGHT Curb Weight M/T 1,580 kg 3,483 165
A/T European type 1,600 kg 3,527 lbs
KQ 1,585 kg 3,494 165
KY 1,595 kg 3,516 Ibs
KU 1,560 kg 3,439 165
Weight Distribution M/T 960/620 kg 2,116/1,367 Ibs
Front/Rear A/T European type 975/625 kg 2,149/1,378 Ibs
KQ 960/625 kg 2,116/1,378 ibs
KY 965/630 kg 2,127/1,389 lbs
Max. Permissible Weight (for European) 2,150 kg 4,740 165
"Max. Permissible Axle Weight
(for European) Front/Rear 1,100/1,090 kg 2,425/2,403 ibs
Max. Loaded Vehicle Weight (ADR) 1,998 kg 4,405 Ibs
ENGINE Type Water cooled, 4-stroke SOHC
gasoline engine
Cylinder Arrangement 90° V6-cylinder
Bore and Stroke 90.0 x 84.0 mm | 3.54 x 3.31 in
Displacement 3,206 em? (m2) 195.6 cu-in
Compression Ratio 9.6 : 1, 9.0 : 1* * Except European
type and KU
Valve Train Belt driven, SOHC
Lubrication System Forced and wet sump, trochoid pump
Oil Pump Displacement 42.3 ¢/min | 44.7 US gt/min at 6,000 pump
[At oil temp. 120°C (248°F)j 37.2 Imp gt/min min-* (rpm)
Fuel Required C32A2 Engine PREMIUM UNLEADED gasoline with European type
research octane number of 95 or higher and KU
C32A3 Engine — UNLEADED gasoline with research octane number | KO
of 91 or higher
C32A4, C32A5 Engines LEADED gasoline with research octane number of | KY, KT
91 or higher Unleaded gaso-
line with R.O.N.
af 91 or higher
may also be used.
Water Pump Displacement 178 £/min 188 US at/min at 5,760 pump
[At coolant temp. 25°C (77°F)] 157 Imp gt/min min”! (rpm)
STARTER Type/Make Gear reduction, permanent magnet/MITSUBISHI
Normal Output 2.0 kW
Nominal Voltage 12 V
Hour Rating 30 seconds
Direction of Rotation Clockwise as viewed from gear end
Weight 5.2 kg | 11.5 Ibs
CLUTCH Type M/T Single plate dry, diaphragm spring
AIT Torque converter
Facing Area M/T 251 cm? | 39 sq-ın |
3-15
Design Specifications
| ITEM METRIC ENGLISH NOTES
TRANSMISSION | Type M/T Synchronized 5-speed forward, 1 reverse
A/T Electronically controlled
4-speed automatic, 1 reverse
Primary Reduction Direct 1 : 1
Manual Automatic
Gear Ratio 1st 2.937 2.458/2.476*!
2nd 1.692 1.454/1.451*! *1: KQ and KY
3rd 1.151 0.973/0.948*? *2: European
4th 0.868 0.630/0.688*? type and KU
5th 0.682 —
Reverse 3.186 1.826/1.809*
Secondary Reduction Gear Type Single helical gear
Ratio 1.433 | 1.394/1.333*?
Final Reduction Gear Type Spiral bevel gear
Ratio 3.133 3.133
AIR Cooling Capacity 4,900 Kcal/h 19,443 BTU/h
CONDITIONING compressor Type/Make Swash-plate/NIPPONDENSO
No. of Cylinder 10
Capacity 207.4 cm3/rev | 12.7 cu-in/rev
Max. Speed 7,6500 min-1 (rom)
Lubricant Type ND —OIL8B
Lubricant Capacity 140 me —| 4 2/3 fl oz, 4.9 Imp oz
Condenser Type Corrugated fin type
Evaporator Type Corrugated fin type
Blower | Туре Sirocco fan
Motor Input 200 W/12 V
Speed Control Infinite variable
Max. Capacity 480 m3/h al 16,954 cu-ft/h at 13.5 V
Temp. control Air-mix type
Compressor Type Dry, single plate, poly-V-belt drive
Clutch Power Consumption 40 W/12 V
Refrigerant Type HFC-134a (R-134a)
Quantity 700_ % 9 | 24.7_94 oz
STEERING Type Power assisted, rack and pinion
SYSTEM Overall Ratio 16.7
Turns, Lock-to-Lock - 3.64
Steering Wheel Diameter 390 mm | 15.4 in
3-16
ITEM METRIC | ENGLISH NOTES
SUSPENSION Type Front Independent double wishbone, coil spring with
stabilizer
Rear Independent double wishbone, coil spring with
stabilizer
Shock Absorber Front and Rear Telescopic, hydraulic nitrogen gas-filled
WHEEL Camber Front 0°00’, 0°15’ * * KY
ALIGNMENT Rear —0°20’, —0°5’*
Caster 3°45, 3°30" *
Toe Front Out 1.0 mm Out 0.04 in
Rear In 2.0 mm | In 0.08 in
BRAKE Type Front Power assisted self-adjusting ventilated disc
SYSTEM Rear Power assisted self-adjusting solid disc with
parking brake drum
Pad and Lining Surface Area: Front 58.0 cm? 8.99 sq-in
Rear 28.0 (49.0) cm? 4,34 (7.60) sa-in { }: Parking brake
Parking Brake Type Mechanical expanding drums, rear two wheels
TYRE Size and Pressure See tyre information label on driver's door jamb.
ELECTRICAL Battery 12 V—72 AH/20 HR
Starter 12 V—2.0 kW
Alternator 12 V—110 À
Fuses In The Under-dash Fuse Box 7.5 А, 10 А, 15 А, 20 А, 30 А
In The Under-hood Relay/Fuse Box 7.5 A, 10 A, 15 À, 20 À, 30 À, 40 A,
50 A, 120 À
Headlights {Low/High) 12 V—55/60 W, 12 V—55/65 W*1
Front Turn Signal Lights 12 V—21 W, 12 V—45 CP*!
Front Position Lights 12 V—-5 W
Side Turn Signal Lights *? 12 V—5 W
Rear Turn Signal Lights 12V—21W, 12 V—45 CP*?
Brake/Taillights 12 V-—21/5 W, 12 V—32/2 CP*!
Side Marker Lights ** Front 12 V—5 W :
Rear 12 V—3 CP
Back-up Lights 12 V—21 W, 12 V—32 CP*!
Rear Fog Light** 12 V—21 W
High Mount Brake Light** 12 V—45 CP
License Plate Lights 12 V—5 W, 12 V—8 W*!
Gauge Lights 12 V—3.0 W, 1.4 W
Indicator Lights 12 V—1.12 W, 1.4 W
Warning Lights 12 V—1.4 W
Interior Light Front 12V—5 W
Rear 12 V—3.4 W
Boot Light 12 V—3.4 W
Door Courtesy Lights 12 V— 3.4 W
Vanity Mirror Lights 12 V—1.6 W
lumination and Pilot Lights 12 V—1.4 W, 1.12 W, 0.84 W
12 V—0.91 W, 0.56 W, LED
Heater lllumination Light (Manual A/C) 12 V—1.4 W
*1 KY only *2 Except KY *3 European type and KU *4 Except European type and KU
3-17
Body Specifications
1,550 (61.0) |
1,545 (60.8)*
Unit: mm (in)
1,540 (60.6)
1,535 (60.4)
pe —
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1,370 (53.9) -
1,375 (54,1)*
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1,810
(71.3)
2,830 (111.4)
4,885 (192.3)
4,890 (192.5)*
*. KY
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Maintenance
Lubrication POINTS .….…..…......…....….….…srorersesaseneneranencanss 4-2
Maintenance Schedule ................e.secervesrenans PU 4-4
For the details of lubrication points and types of lubricants to be applied, refer to the Illustrated Index and various work
procedures (such as Assembly/Reassembly, Replacement, Overhaul, Installation, etc.) contained in each section.
No. LUBRICATION POINTS LUBRICANT
1 Engine | API Service Grade: SF, SG or SH fuel efficient oil
SAE Viscosity: See chart below
2 Transmission Manual API Service Grade: SF or SG
SAE Viscosity: 10 W— 30 or 10 W—40
Automatic Honda Premium Formula or DEXRON® ||
Automatic transmission fluid (ATF)
3 Brake Line Brake fluid DOT3 or DOT4
4 Clutch Line Brake fluid DOT3 or DOT 4
5 Power steering gearbox Steering grease P/N 08733— BO70E
6 Shift lever pivots (Manual transmission) — Grease with molybdenum disulfide
7 Release fork (Manual transmission) Urea Grease UM264 P/N 41211 —PY5— 305
8 Steering boots
9 Throttle cable end
10 Steering ball joints
11 Select lever (Automatic transmission)
12 Pedal linkage
13 Intermediate shaft
14 Brake master cylinder pushrod Multi-purpose grease
15 Trunk hinges
16 Door hinges upper and lower
17 Door opening detents
18 Fuel fill lid
19 Hood hinges and hood latch
20 Clutch master cylinder pushrod (Manual transmission)
21 Change rod joint (Manual transmission)
22 Caliper Piston seal, Dust seal, Silicone grease
Caliper pin, Piston
23 Power steering system Honda power steering fluid-V
24 Differential Differential oil
Hy poid gear oil API classified GL4 or GL5
Viscosity: SAE90: above — 18 “C (0 “F)
SAE 80 W90: below — 18 °C (0 °F)
25 Air conditioning compressor Compressor oil: ND-OIL8 P/N 38899—PR7—003
(For Refrigerant: HFC-134a (R-134a)
Recommended Engine Oil
AP} Service Grade: SF, SG or SH fuel efficient oil.
Select the oil for the car according to this chart.
20W-40 ; 20W-50
CAUTION: 5W-30
Used engine oil may causes skin cancer if repeatedly left in -30 -20 0 0 10 20 30 40%
contact with the skin for prolonged periods. Although this is -20 0 20 30 60 80 100%
unlikely unless you handle used oil on a daily basis, it is still Ambient temperature ranges
advisable to thoroughly wash your hands with soap and
water as soon as possible after handling used oil. *1: For cars with catalytic converter
*2: For cars without catalytic converter
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Maintenance Schedule
R=Replace lI=Inspect After inspection, clean, adjust, fill up, repair or replace if necessary.
Service at the interval listed x 1,000 km (or x 1,000 km 20 | 40 | 60 | 80 |100} 120 | 140 | 160 | 180 | 200
miles) or after that number of months,
whichever comes first. x 1,000 miles 12 | 24 | 36 | 48 | 60 | 72 | 84 | 96 | 108 | 120
months 12 | 24 | 36 | 48 | 60 | 72 | 84 | 96 | 108; 120
e Engine oil For European models Replace every 10,000 km (6,000 miles) or 12 months
and oil filter
For other than European models
Replace every 10,000 km (6,000 miles) or 6 months
e Transmission oil For European models R R R
For other than European models R R R R R
Front differential oil For European models R R R
For other than European models R R R R R
Belt tension and conditions | | | | |
(Alternator, Power steering, A/C compressor)
Timing beit R R
Water pump | |
Cooling system hoses and connections | | | | |
e Engine coolant R R R R
Spark plugs For cars with catalytic converter В*' R*
For cars without catalytic converter
Ignition timing (For other than European models)
Air cleaner element For cars with catalytic converter R R R R R
For cars without catalytic converter R R В | В В В В В В В
Tank, fuel lines and connections | | | | |
Fuel filter R R R R R
Positive crankcase ventilation valve | |
Idle speed and idle CO MEL 2p Pe PI | | | | | |
EGR system {For cars without catalytic converter) | | | | )
EGR filter (For cars without catalytic converter) R R
Evaporative emission control system
(For other than European models)
% 2
4-4
Day to day care (engine oil, ATF and coolant level) should be done practically according to the owner's manual by the
customer.
: Replace every 6 years or 100,000 km (60,000 miles), whichever comes first.
: For KS model, recommended by manufacturer only: except for KS model, it is required.
R=Replace lI=Inspect After inspection, clean, adjust, fill up, repair or replace if necessary.
Service at the interval listed x 1,000 km {or x 1,000 km 20 | 40 | 60 | 80 | 100 | 120 | 140 | 160 | 180 200 |
miles) or after that number of months,
whichever comes first. x 1,000 miles 12 | 24 | 36 | 48 | 60 | 72 | 84 | 96 | 108 | 120
months 12 | 24 | 36 | 48 | 60 | 72 | 84 | 96 108 | 120
Front brake pads
Inspect every 10,000 km (6,000 miles) or 12 months
Front brake discs and calipers
Rear brake discs, calipers and pads
Parking brake drums and linings
Parking brake operation
Brake fluid {Including ABS) R R R R R
Brake hoses and lines | | | | | | | | | |
Anti-lock brake system operation. | | | | | |
Anti-lock brake system high pressure hose R R
Exhaust system and condition
Catalytic converter heat shield
(For cars with catalytic converter)
Suspension components
Steering function, tie-rod ends, gear box and boots
Power steering function, hoses and connections
All fluid levels
Inspect every 10,000 km (6,000 miles) or 12 months
Battery condition
Tires condition, wear and pressure (Including spare)
Inspect every 10,000 km (6,000 miles) or 12 months
Lights operation and headlight beam
inspect every 10,000 km (6,000 miles) or 12 months
Paint damages and body work
Test drive (Noise, stability, dashboard operations)
Cleanliness of controls, door handies etc
Inspect after every service
Supplemental Restraint System
Inspect system 10 years after first registration
(cont'd)
4-5
Maintenance Schedule
(cont'd)
Severe Driving Conditions
The following items must be serviced more frequently on cars normally used under severe driving conditions.
Refer to the chart below for the appropriate maintenance intervals.
Severe driving conditions include:
A : Repeated short distance driving.
: Driving in dusty conditions.
Driving in severe cold weather.
Driving on rough and/or muddy roads.
Towing a trailer.
B
C:
D: Driving in areas using road salt or other corrosive materials.
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F
R
=Replace C=Clean
I=Inspect After inspection, clean, adjust, fill up, repair or replace if necessary.
Condition Maintenance Operation Interval
AB: --F Engine oil For European models R Every 5,000 km (3,000 miles) or 6 months
and oil filter
For other than European models R Every 5,000 km (3,000 miles) or 3 months
- F Transmission oil R Every 20,000 km {12,000 miles) or 12 months
- F Front differential oil R Every 20,000 km {12,000 miles) or 12 months
- B E Air cleaner For cars with catalytic C Every 20,000 km (12,000 miles) or 12 months
element converter
R Every 40,000 km (24,000 miles) or 24 months
For cars without catalytic C Every 10,000 km (6,000 miles) or 6 months
converter
R Every 20,000 km (12,000 miles) or 12 months
AB :DEF Front brake discs and calipers | Every 10,000 km (6,000 miles) or 6 months
AB : DEF Rear brake discs, calipers and pads | Every 20,000 km (12,000 miles) or 12 months
BC - E - Power steering system | Every 10,000 km (6,000 miles) or 6 months
4-6
Engine Removal/Installation
Engine Removal/ Installation ....................... 5-2
Outline of Model Changes
* The suction pipe of air conditioning system has been changed (LHD model).
* The TCS has been adopted.
Engine Removal/Installation
Refer to shop manual {code No. 62SP020 and 62SP021) for
service procedures except following.
LHD model :
CAUTION:
Take care not to bend the suction pipe when removing
and installing the cylinder heads.
1. Remove the suction pipe clamp from the strut bar.
SUCTION PIPE 8 x 1.25 mm
CLAMP 22 N-m (2.2 kg-m ,
16 Ib-ft)
SUCTION PIPE
2. Remove the suction pipe clamp from the throttle cable
bracket.
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10 N'm (1.0 kg-m, 7 lb-ft)
Cars equipped TCS :
1. Remove the air cleaner assembly and air flow tube.
AIR CLEANER
ASSEMBLY
6 x 1.0 mm
10 N:m (1.0 kg-m, 7 lIb-ft)
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AIR FLOW TUBE
2. Remove the TCS lower bracket from the power
steering bracket and TCS control valve assembly.
NOTE:
Refer to section 19 when installing the bracket.
TCS LOWER BRACKET
8 x 1.25 mm
-22 Nm 12.2 kg-m, 16 Ib-ft)
5-2
Cylinder Head/ Valve Train
Cylinder Head
Removal... ee... eeceiiocenecene ene 6-2
Outline of Model Changes
* The suction pipe of air conditioning system has been changed (LHD model).
e The TCS has been adopted.
Cylinder Head
- Removal
Refer to shop manual (code No.62SP020 and 62SP021) for 2. Remove the TCS upper and lower bracket.
service procedures except following.
NOTE:
LHD model : Refer to section 19 when installing the bracket.
CAUTION: TCS UPPER 6 x 1.0 mm
Take care not to bend the suction pipe when removing BRACKET 12 Nm (1.2 kg-m ,
and installing the cylinder heads. | 9 lb-ft)
1. Remove the suction pipe clamps from the strut bar
and throttle cable bracket (see page 5-2). 1 e
Cars equipped TCS : Ï
NOTE: N N 2
Do the following also when removing the timing belt. TCS LOWER
1. Remove the air cleaner assembly and air flow tube.
BRACKET © ZZ
AIR CLEANER 6 x 1.0 mm
ASSEMBLY 10 N-m (1.0 kg-m, 7 Ib-ft)
8 x 1.25 mm
22 N-m (2.2 kg-m, 16 Ib-ft)
3. Disconnect the TCS throttle sensor connector and
TCS throttle actuator connector, then remove the
TCS control valve assembly.
TCS THROTTLE SENSOR
CONNECTOR
AIR FLOW TUBE
TCS THROTTLE TCS CONTROL VALVE
ACTUATOR CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY
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Outline of Model Changes
® The dipstick has been changed.
e Recommended oil has been changed.
Engine Oil
- Inspection
1. Check engine oil with the engine off and the car
parked on level ground.
2. Make certain that the oil level indicated on the dipstick
is between the upper and lower marks.
3. [If the level has dropped close to the lower mark, add
oil until it reaches the upper mark.
CAUTION:
Insert the dipstick carefully to avoid bending it.
DIPSTICK
UPPER MARK о
LOWER MARK о
Г Replacement
CAUTION:
Remove the drain bolt carefully. Hot oil may cause
scalding.
1. Warm up the engine.
2. Drain the engine oil.
DRAIN BOLT
45 N-m (4.5 kg-m , 33 Ib-ft)
3. Reinstall the drain bolt with a new washer, and refill
with the recommended oil.
CAUTION:
Do not overtighten the drain bolt.
API Service Grade: SF, SG or SH
Every 10,000 km (6,000 miles) or 6
(12**) months.
*3 : European models
Requirement
Change
4.5 2 (4.8 US gt , 4.0 Imp gt)
at oil change, including filter.
4.0 2 (4.2 US at , 3.5 Imp qt)
at oil change, without filter.
5.3 2 (5.6 US at , 4.7 Imp at)
at engine overhaul.
Capacity
Engine Oil SAE Viscosity for Outside Temperature
Ranges.
20W-40 » 20W-50
15W-40 + 15W- 50
-30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40°
|
-20 0 20 40 60 BD 1007
Ambient temperature ranges
*1 : For cars with catalytic converter
*2 : For cars without catalytic converter
NOTE:
Oil filter should be replaced at each oil change.
4. Fill the engine with oil up to the specified level, run the
engine for more then three minutes, then check for oil
leakage and oil level.
Intake Manifold/Exhaust System
Intake Manifold
Replacement O 9-2
e Intake manifold has been changed.
Outline of Model Changes
| ®* The TCS has been adopted.
Intake Manifold
- Replacement
NOTE:
® Use new gaskets and O-rings when reassembling.
® Refer to section 19 when installing the TCS upper and lower brackets (car's equipped TCS).
INTAKE MANIFOLD AIR SUCTION VALVE
Replace if cracked or
if mating surfaces are
damaged.
6 x 1.0 mm 8x1
12 Nm (1.2 kg-m, 9 Ib-ft)
AIR INLET PIPE
VACUUM PIPES
WATER PASSAGE
THROTTLE
BODY BASE O-RING
GASKET Replace.
Replace.
THROTTLE
BODY
GASKETS
Replace.
8 x 1.25 mm
22 N'm (2.2 kg-m ,
16 Ib-ft)
(Except KY, KQ, KT models)
.25 mm
22 N-m (2.2 kg-m, 16 Ib-ft)
FAST IDLE VALVE
12 N-m (1.2 kg-m ,
9 Ib-ft)
O-RING
Replace.
INTAKE AIR
— BYPASS VALVE
BODY ASSEMBLY
_ EGR PIPE
6 x 1.0 mm
> 12 Nm (1.2 kg-m ,
9 Ib-ft)
~~ INTAKE MANIFOLD
CHAMBER
—+—8 x 1.25 mm
22 N-m (2.2 kg-m ,
16 Ib-ft)
INTAKE MANIFOLD
Be careful not
to damage.
TCS CONTROL
VALVE ASSEMBLY
(Car's equipped TCS)
AIR BOOST VALVE
Be careful not
to damage.
BREATHER PIPE
GASKETS
Replace.
AIR SUCTION PIPE
(Except KY, KQ, KT
models)
8 x 1.25 mm
FF 40 N-m (40 kg-m ,
iy 29 Ib-ft)
E Apply engine oil
when installing
GASKETS
Replace.
9-2
Fuel and Emissions
System Description
Electrical Connections ...............e.e..eeeeeezon.. 11-2
Troubleshooting
Self-diagnostic Procedures ..................... 11-4
— Qutline of Model Changes
e The TCS control system has been added.
* The Electronic Control Unit (ECU) has been modified, and changed following :
— Electrical Connections
— Self-diagnostic Procedures
System Description
Electrical Connections
PGM-FI
MAIN RELAY
IGNITION
® Di | FUEL
>; PUMP
© -
H —o A25 IGP1 PG1 A23 —
T — cı IGP2 PG2 A24 +
— oO — с! 1 STS FLATA7 O—
D1 VBU
y A26 LG1
A/T GEAR POSITION |
CONSOLE SWITCH (A/T) —O B2LG2
| FUEL
— INJECTORS
No.1
FUSES — B11CYL1P INJ1 A1
INJ2 A
(BACK UP (7.5 A)" [RHD] т 3
@STOP & HORN (20 A)* ess ре CRNK 2P INJ3 A5
®@MAIN FUSE (BATTERY) (120 A}*
@MAIN FUSE (IG SW) (50 А)" — Em B14 CRNK 2M NJa Az
MAIN FUSE (FUSE BOX) (50 AY \ 7 e po=======- =) B15 CRNK 1P INJ5 A4
(DNo.5 (20 A) cn ANK 1
®No.25 [IG COIL) (30 A) —0 B16 CRNK 1M №6 Аб
ONo.22 (FUEL PUMP) (20A) TT. _ С
ONo.13 (BACK UP LT) (7.5 A) en 2 BICYL2P EACV
(ONo.3 (RR DEF) (15 A) © B10 CYL 2M EACV A9 <
ONo.14 (EFI STS) (7.5A) 1
*: In the under-hood fuse/relay box SPEED SENSOR CHECK ENGINE LIGHT
| WARN A13 boo
To A/T GEAR
POSITION --- .—— и B7 NP SW (A/T)
CONSOLE М CLUTCH | N SW (M/T)
SWITCH
| ay (M/T) Ó C7MTCLS
6 SERVICE
NEUTRAL CHECK
SWITCH (M/T) CONNECTOR
q COOLING ) C9SCS |
AUTOA/C — — FAN
CONTROL CONTROL
UNIT UNIT —
— A/C
— PRESSURE a
SWITCHA р
— A/C
PRESSURE
SWITCH B
11-2
C3 ACS
ACC A15
C5 PDSW
A/C CLUTCH RELAY
NO) IGNITER UNIT — IGNITION cou ÍA]
No.1
| 7 OD19VCC1 IG No.1 A21 №2
+ OD20 VCC? IG No.2 A22 (o,
+ —0 D21 sG1 IG No.3 B8 No 4
| —— do $62 IG No.4 B6 Nas
MAP & 3
SENSOR — OD17 PB IG No.5 B4 | No 6
IG No.6 B3 О
THROTTLE ny TACHOMETER
| NEP C4 < +
IGNITION ;
TIMING 0 D8 IGADJ
ADJUSTER E (With TCS model)
, !
EGR VALVE LIFT E
SENSOR vDIZ2 EGRL PA QUT Db
| TCFC C8 '
IMA TCS |
(Without CATA — O D14 IMA TCINH C6 CONTROL |
model) é UNIT !
TCSTB C12
VREF D 18
—E : El
P/S OIL
PRESSURE
D SWITCH
| B5 PSW
С
| ©
D2 BKSW EGR CONTROL
BRAKE SWITCH SOLENOID VALVE*'
TA SENSOR ES A1T
D15 TA
ALTERNATOR
D13 TW PURGE CONTROL
TW SENSOR SOLENOID VALVE*?
PGS A20
D9 ACGF BPS1 A14 —0- DO ——
| BYPASS LOW CONTROL
SOLENOID VALVE
i
BYPASS HIGH CONTROL
SOLENOID VALVE
LEFT HEATED |
O: SENSOR QA10 HTCNTL BPS2 A18 < ,
(With CATA donne. _ AOL FUEL PRESSURE REGULATOR
model) yD14 0: CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE
RCS A19 ——— 0/00” 0—— — #4
ФА12 HTCNTR
e -—ÔD16 O.R RVS A17 o—— O/T ~-O——-——
RIGHT HEATED | , ! AIR SUCTION CONTROL
0. SENSOR : SOLENOID VALVE*®
(With CATA ode
model)
* 1 : Except KQ model
* 2 : Except KT model
% 3 : Except KY, KQ, KT model
AT AY AY 47
AT AYE ATID M15 AIT ANY 221 A23 425
Bi 87 6% B11 813815 CI
61 Cy C7 CN EI
DI Di DS 07 DA
DIS DIS 015 017 DIN Dei
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Soda GU G Y GS OOOO
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RE A4 AB A6 AIR A12 AUA AIR ANR A2D AZZ 24 A6
B2 Bu 65 Bb 510 612 514 RIE C2
Се Сб CO CIO CIA
TERMINAL LOCATION
D2 0: DE
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11-3
Troubleshooting
- Self-diagnostic Procedures
SELF-DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM INDICATED PAGE
INDICATOR BLINKS
О ECU —
1 LEFT OXYGEN SENSOR(With CATA model) —
2 RIGHT OXYGEN SENSOR (With CATA model) —
3
MANIFOLD ABSOLUTE PRESSURE (MAP SENSOR) —
5
4 CRANK ANGLE 1 —
6 COOLANT TEMPERATURE (TW SENSOR) —
7 THROTTLE ANGLE —
9 No. 1 CYLINDER POSITION 1{CYL SENSOR) —
10 INTAKE AIR TEMPERATURE (TA SENSOR) —
11 IDLE MIXTURE ADJUSTMENT (IMA) (Without CATA model) —
12 EXHAUST GAS RECIRCULATION SYSTEM (EGR) {Except KQ model) —
13 ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE (PA SENSOR) —
14 ELECTRONIC AIR CONTROL (EACV) —
15 IGNITION QUTPUT SIGNAL —
17 VEHICLE SPEED SENSOR —
18 IGNITION TIMING ADJUSTMENT —
35 TC STB SIGNAL (With TCS model) 19-33
36 TCFC SIGNAL (With TCS model) 19-35
41 LEFT OXYGEN SENSOR HEATER (With CATA model) —
42 RIGHT OXYGEN SENSOR HEATER (With CATA model) —
43 LEFT FUEL SUPPLY SYSTEM (With CATA model) —
44 RIGHT FUEL SUPPLY SYSTEM (With CATA model) —
54 CRANK ANGLE 2 —
59 No.1 CYLINDER POSITION 2 (CYL SENSOR) —
e |F codes other than those listed above are indicated, verify the code. If the code indicated is not listed above, replace the
ECU.
e For reference pages not listed with the respective Self-Diagnosis Indicator Blinks, refer to base Shop Manuals.
* The Check Engine Light may come on, indicating a system problern when, in fact, there is a poor or intermittent electrical
connection. First, check the electrical connections, clean or repair connections if necessary.
e The Check Engine Light and indicator light may come on simultaneously when the self-diagnosis indicator blinks 6, 7or
17. Check the PGM-FI system according to the PGM-FI control system troubleshooting, then recheck the Da indicator light.
* The Check Engine Light and TCS indicator light may come on simultaneously when the code blinks 3, 5, 6, 13, 15, 17, 35
and 36. Check the PGM-F! system according to the PGM-FI system troubleshooting, then recheck the TCS indicator light. If
it comes on, see page 19-16.
11-4
Brakes
ABS (Anti-lock Brake System)............. e... 19-1
TCS (Traction Control System)
TWS (Tire pressure Watching System)......19-3
Outline of Model Change
e The system of the TCS (Traction Control System) with the TWS (Tire pressure Watching System) is
additionally equipped on the KG, KS, KX and KF models.
ABS (Anti-lock Brake System)
Operation After Disconnecting ABS B2
(15A) FUSE .....e.eereccoccanocaonennesrereen re nDe Renee. 19-2
— Outline of Model Change
e Owing to the addition of the TCS (Traction Control System) with the TWS (Tire pressure Watching System)
to the KG, KS, KX and KF models, the operational procedure after disconnecting the ABS B2 (1bA) fuse is
added.
ABS (Anti-lock Brake System)
- Operation After Disconnecting ABS B2 (15A) Fuse
The TWS's standard wheel speeds is erased when the ABS B2 (15A) fuse is disconnected.
Be sure to input the standard wheel speeds (initial offset memory) again after disconnecting the ABS B2 (165A) fuse in the under-
hood fuse/relay box. When the ALB checker is used after disconnecting the ABS B2 (156A) fuse, disconnect the ABS B2 fuse
again and input the new standard wheel speeds. The incorrect standard wheel speeds can be inputted when the ALB checker is
used before input of the correct standard wheel speeds.
19-2
TCS (Traction Control System)
TWS (Tire pressure Watching System)
Component Location ................eseseene 19-4
System Description (TCS)
Outline .................esereereaencenesnenereeneneencenen ree. 19-5
Construction and Function 19-6
System Description (TWS)
OUTIINE …..............…crrarerrrreenensanneseanaasranencenee 19-10
Construction and Function 19-11
Circuit DiaAgram\.….…..….....u…cccerrirencereneessensesannnues 19-12
Troubleshooting (TCS) ................. eee. 19-14
Troubleshooting (TWS)................. e... 19-68
Electronic Components
TCS Switch Test ............e-reecesmeennoninenneamene. 19-74
Fail-safe Relay TesSt...............eeevenenereneonenoos 19-74
Lateral Acceleration (Lg) Sensor Test.....19-75
TCS Control Unit Replacement................ 19-75
Steering Angle Sensor Replacement....... 19-76
TCS Control Valve Assembly
Removal/Installation................-=—. e... 19-78
The system of the TCS (Traction Control System) with the TWS (Tire pressure Watching System) is
Outline of Model Change
®
additionally equipped on the KG, KS, KX and KF models.
Component Location
FAIL-SAFE RELAY
UNDER-HOOD RELAY BOX C
TCS CONTROL UNIT
STEERING ANGLE
SENSOR
UNDER-HOOD Lg SENSOR
FUSE/RELAY BOX
ABS CONTROL UNIT
ELECTRONIC CONTROL
UNIT (ECU)
Pr )
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Lg AN
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TCS SWITCH
TCS CONTROL VALVE
ANGLE SENSOR
- TCS CONTROL VALVE UNDER-DASH FUSE/RELAY BOX
ASSEMBLY |
TCS CONTROL VALVE
ACTUATOR
19-4
to
System Description (TCS)
— Outline
Role of System
The traction control is a variable system designed to enhance traction during acceleration and cornering. It does so by
determining the optimum amount of wheel spin for any given driving situation, then suppressing surplus engine power
accordingly.
Construction and Function
The TCS control unit gets signals about the vehicle's speed, direction and road conditions from the wheel sensors, steer-
ing angle sensor and lateral acceleration (Lg) sensor. Based on these signals, the control unit will determine the optimum
amount of wheel spin. Because the system is variable, the control unit may determine, depending on the driving condi-
tions, that some wheel spin is beneficial (thus enhancing straight-line acceleration), or that no wheel spin is beneficial
(thus enhancing cornering). For any given driving situation, the control unit will determine the amount of wheel spin best
suited to the driver's needs and, if necessary, will then signal the TCS control valve actuator, and engine ECU to reduce
engine power.
The system is automatically ‘‘ready’’ whenever the engine is started, but can be manually canceled with the TCS switch.
However, once activated, the system cannot be canceled until it is once again in the ready state.
ABS CONTROL UNIT
REAR RIGHT TCS CONTROL UNIT
WHEEL SENSOR
Lg SENSOR
ECU
FRONT RIGHT
WHEEL SENSOR
TCS SWITCH REAR LEFT
WHEEL SENSOR
STEERING ANGLE
SENSOR
TCS CONTROL VALVE
ASSEMBLY FRONT LEFT
WHEEL SENSOR
Components:
® Wheel sensors: The TCS ‘’shares’’ the wheel sensors with the anti-lock brake system (ABS). The wheel sensors trans-
mit the wheel speed signals to the TCS contro! unit through the ABS control unit.
® Steering angle sensor: The steering angle sensor signals the TCS control unit about the amount of steering angle.
® Lg sensor: The Lg sensor detects the lateral acceleration of the vehicle and signals the TCS control unit.
e TCS control valve actuator: The actuator gets signals from the TCS control unit and closes the TCS control valve
accordingly.
® TCS control unit: The control unit gets driving condition signals from the sensors and, if necessary, signals the TCS
control valve actuator to close the TCS control valve, and the ECU to cut the fuel and retard the ignition timing.
\
19-5
System Description (TCS)
- Construction and Function
TCS Control Unit
Acceleration Control:
The TCS control unit gets signals from the wheel sensors about the rotational speed of each wheel. Traction control is
activated when the rotational speed of the driving wheels differs from the rotational speed of the driven wheels (i.e., vehicle
speed). .
Handling Control:
Based on signals about the left and right driven wheel rotational speeds, the control unit calculates the car's “yaw” rate (i.e., the
turn rate of the car's body). Based on signals from the steering angle sensor and driven wheel sensors, the control unit also
calculates the yaw rate expected by the driver. If the difference between actual and expected yaw rates is substantial-that is, if
the direction of the car's body will exceed the driver's expected line-the control unit signals the TCS control valve actuator, and
ECU, thus reducing engine power and maintaining the expected line.
Rough Road Control:
Based on signals from the wheel sensors, the control unit detects a rough road based on frequency of wheel rotational vibration.
The control unit then signals the TCS control valve actuator, and ECU to relax engine power, thus improving acceleration
efficiency.
Grip Control:
Based on signals about wheel speed and from lateral acceleration (Lg) sensor, the control unit determines the efficiency of the
grip of the tires on the road and signals the TCS control valve actuator, and ECU to relax engine power if necessary, thus
improving grip.
WHEEL SENSORS
A STEERING ANGLE SENSOR
pr À
DRIVE WHEELS DRIVEN WHEELS Lg SENSOR
Right Wheel | Left Wheel Right Wheel Left Wheel
г----=-- += Poe AAA | <4- TCS CONTROL UNIT <4-------—-- A
| 1
| i |
! Driving Wheel Average speed
P of left and Speed difference in the
| right wheels | left and right wheeles !
| Vehicl d Actual Rotational Н
| enicle spee yaw rate | vibration |
I
| | | |
| Normative yaw rate
— Advance acceleration !
| Lateral Rough road
I — ; . |
Tire grip control acceleration detection |
| Rough road l
L control Handling control
| |
I 1
|
I |
)
| )
| |
) Acceleration )
\ control - |
|
| Target slip
! ratio )
! |
[
Engine control block TCS control valve control !
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ECU TCS control valve actuator TCS control valve
(DC motor) angle sensor
19-6
Fail-Safe Function:
Н the control unit detects an abnormality, it shuts the
traction control system off and causes the TCS indicator
light to come on. However if the abnormality is detected
while the TCS is activated, the control first establishes the
appropriate wheel spin velocity, then shuts the system
down, thus preventing excessive wheel spin.
Self-Diagnosis Function:
If the control unit detects an abnormality, it records a
Problem Code which can be used to diagnose the problem.
The code is shown at the TCS indicator light when the
Service Check connector terminals are connected with a
jumper wire.
Steering Angle Detection
Steering angle is detected by the steering angle sensor,
located on the steering column. The sensor uses two
magnetoresistor elements to determine steering angle and
direction of rotation. When the driver turns the steering
wheel, a magnet in the steering shaft generates waves in
the “MR” elements. These waves are amplified and
converted into signals which the control unit can interpret
as angle and direction of turn.
Г о в
|
<———— MR ELEMENT
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Vee
Vehicle Speed Detection
Wheel rotation speed is detected by the wheel sensors,
located at each wheel. The signals are sent to the control
unit, which compares each wheel's speed and determines
whether traction control is required.
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(ED
/ ON
TCS INDICATOR LIGHT
MR ELEMENT
UT—=
TCS ACTIVATION LIGHT
WHEEL SENSOR
19-7
System Description (TCS)
- Construction and Function
Lateral Acceleration Detection
Lateral acceleration is detected by the lateral acceleration BRACKET Lg SENSOR
(Lg) sensor located behind the rear seat-back. The Lg
sensor varies the output voltage in accordance with the
left or right side acceleration and sends it to the TCS
control unit as a lateral acceleration signal.
90 degrees
— >
RIGHT SIDE ACCELERATION
OUTPUT CHARACTERISTIC
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LATERAL ACCELERATION
< ——
LEFT SIDE RIGHT SIDE
19-8
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Engine Output Control
When the TCS is activated, the TCS control unit signals the TCS control valve actuator and ECU. The actuator is linked to the
TCS control valve which is normally returned to fully open position by the two return springs.
Although the throttle valve is still within the driver's control, the engine output is relaxed by the TCS control valve and ECU to
achieve optimum traction,
TCS CONTROL VALVE
ANGLE SENSOR
TCS CONTROL VALVE
RETURN SPRINGS
TCS CONTROL VALVE
TCS CONTROL VALVE
ACTUATOR (DC MOTOR)
DURING NORMAL DRIVING: = DURING TCS ACTUATION:
TCS CONTROL VALVE TCS CONTROL VALVE
RETURN SPRINGS
TCS CONTROL VALVE TCS ACTUATION SIGNAL
ACTUATOR (DC MOTOR) FROM TCS CONTROL UNIT
19-9
System Description (TWS)
- Outline
Role of System
The tire air pressure is very important for safety driving and should be properly adjusted to maintain proper steering control and
low fuel consumption. Also, driving with low air pressure tires will adversely affect the tires and may damage them.
The Tire Pressure Watching System (TWS) is designed to make the driver check the tires immediately by warning with the
TWS indicator light when the air pressure of one or more tires is abnormal.
TWS INDICATOR LIGHT
0000000
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Operating Principle
The lower air pressure tires rotates faster than the normal pressure tires during driving, because its diameter is smaller than the
one of the normal pressure tires.
Noting this fact, the TWS detects the drop of tire air pressure by means of the various sensor signals such as the wheel speed
signal of the anti-lock brake system.
Standard Wheel Speeds (Initial Offset Memory)
Even the new tires of the same brand have approximately 1% of difference in diameter, which affects directly to the wheel
speed. Therefore, it is necessary for the TWS control unit to memorize each wheel speed previously by actual driving. This
wheel speed memorized in the control unit is the standard wheel speeds (initial offset memory).
Blinking of TWS Indicator Light
When the TWS detects the abnormal tire pressure during driving, it blinks the TWS indicator light to warn the driver. When the
TWS indicator light warns of the abnormal tire pressure, the detected code can be shown with the TWS indicator light by
connecting the two terminals of the Service Check Connector with the jumper wire (see page 19-14). The abnormal pressure
tire can be determined by the blinking frequency of the TWS indicator light.
Detected Code Probable Cause
1-1 The pressure of either the left or right front tire is low.
1-2 The pressure of either the left or right rear tire is low.
The pressure of one of the four tires is low.
2-0 - This code may be detected when there is excessive wear difference between the left and right
front tires.
The pressures of either the two front tires or two rear tires are low.
+ This code may be detected under the following conditions:
3-0 —When the tire rotation is not performed and the front tires are worn excessively after the
standard wheel speeds (initial offset memory) is inputted in the control unit.
—When the car is driven at high speed with the low speed range tires installed.
— When the car is driven at high speed with the trailer towed.
NOTE:
The detected code memorized in the TWS control unit can be erased by disconnecting the ABS B2 (15 A) fuse.
19-10
fo
- Construction and Function
TWS Control Unit
The TWS control unit is integrated in the TCS control unit and shares the wheel speed signal, steering angle signal and lateral
acceleration signal with the TCS control unit. it measures the difference of the actual rotation speed between the left and right
wheels while estimating the normal difference of the rotation speeds between the wheels on both sides from the vehicle speed
and steering wheel angle.
If the system senses a difference between the values measured and estimated, which commonly indicates a low pressure, it
diagnoses a possibility of a flat tire.
NOTE:
e The TWS monitors the imbalance of the speed between the wheels. Therefore, the system does not blink the indicator light
when the tire air pressure of the four wheels decreased simultaneously.
* The TWS may blinks indicator light when the tire chains are installed on the wheels, when being towed with a trailer or under
other conditions when there are the significant differences in speed between the wheels.
Return the car to the original condition, restart the engine and test drive the car. The tire air pressure is normal if the TWS
indicator light does not blink.
WHEEL SENSORS
A
— >
DRIVE WHEELS || DRIVEN WHEELS | [STEERING ANGLE SENSOR |
Right wheel | Left wheel | [Right wheel |Left wheel
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> Nomative yaw rate.
—#i Speed defference in the Actual yaw rate
4 left and right wheels {Drive wheels)
3 Fron Yaw rate
Speed defference inthe | Actual yaw rate Rear differences
| | | left and right wheels (Driven wheels)
: Driving wheel Driven wheel speed == | :
i d :
speed {Vehicle speed) Yaw rate is
: Г Sensor offset |offset > i :
| Lg SENSOR |: ‘ dre ton identification Deflation |: [Lo
: acceleration Lg offset judgment = indicator
THROTTL x — (estimated) offset 1 +
ANGLE . | ны |
: Initial offset memor
SENSOR : y
E =
TWS reset switch
(TCS off switch)
Self-diagnosis Function
When the TWS is faulty, it turns the TWS indicator light on. Also, the TCS indicator light is turned on simultaneously. Therefore,
the problem can be checked by the TCS code.
Reset of TWS (For Proper Operation of TWS)
The standard wheel speeds memorized in the TWS control unit must be initialized and new standard wheel speeds must be
inputted into the control unit after the following:
e tire air pressure adjustment
e tire change
e tire rotation
e other occasions when the wheel speeds change
Reset the standard wheel speeds as follows:
1.Shift the transmission into |N| (neutral) or [P] (parking) and set the parking brake.
2. Start the engine.
3.Push the TCS switch and hold it until the TWS indicator light turns on (for more than 5 seconds), then release it. (The TWS
indicator light should go off.)
Input new standard wheel speeds as follows:
1.Connect the two terminals of the Service Check Connector with a jumper wire (see page 19-14) and make sure that the
TWS indicator light comes on.
2. Drive the car at more than 10 mph (16 km/h) until the TWS indicator light goes off (for 1-10 minutes).
(Input of the standard wheel speeds completes.)
3.Remove the jumper wire.
19-11
Circuit Diagram
SENSCR
ANGLE SENSOR
FUSE No. | FUSE NAME
о | AECI
. Y Y |
UNDER-HOOD FUSE/RELAY BOX 7 FUEL PUMP
BLK/YEL
UNDER-DASH FUSE/RELAY BOX | YEL
GAUGE ASSEMBLY
BATTERY No. 13 (7.5 A) | —_—
(120 A) IGNITION — YEL +
SWITCH
IG SW (50 A) No. 22 (20 Al
+ BATTERY ma ее BLK/YEL — EL
TCS (15 À) SETE
La BLK/YEL
GRN/RED LIGHT
UNDER-HOOD RELAY BOX C
Mr GRN/RED
PO NOT WAT/GRN —
JO
GRN/RED
ABS BZ {15 A} 07 uNa GRN/RED
| NL BRAKE
BRAKE
BRAKE
NEUTRAL SWITCH SWITCH 5 SWITCH | SWITCH
(M/T only) © Р
= WHT WHT GANAWHT RED/BLK BRNWHT — BLK/VEL A a. GRN/RED
G101 | G202
16B 1A 22A BA 13A 108 ЗА
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TCS CONTROL UNIT
{AT only)
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TCS CONTROL
VALVE ACTUATOR | |
Mr. (DC MOTOR) RED/BLU YELANMT GAN/WHT BLU/GAN YELMWHT GRN/WHT
G404 6101 THROTTLE ANGLE TCS CONTROL VALVE
19-12
LIGHTING SWITCH
BLK/YEL ———————— RED/BLK y AT GEAR POSITION
GAUGE ASSEMBLY INDICATOR (A/T only)
T DIMMING CIRCUIT
© © TCS SWITCH N Р
ILLUMINATION
TCS TCS TWS LIGHT
INDICATOR | ACTIVATION INDICATOR
LIGHT LIGHT LIGHT
‘ INDICATOR
J LIGHT
BLU/RED Y Ï GRNWHT
N P
\ / P AIT GEAR Lg SENSOR
POSITION
DASH LIGHT SWITCH
CONTROL |
UNIT BLK
BLU/RED BLU/RED RED/GAN BLUMHT BRN/RED GRY/RED — LT GRN RED/WHT BLK RED/BLU
| G601 |
23A 78 104 TA 13B BA 168 14A 3A РА
TC TC TC BUSY TIRE TCSW TCSW NP SW GSEN GSEN GSEN
WARN2 WARN1 LAMP AR LAMP (AToniy) VCC GND IN
Ses RLP RRP НР FAP STRA STRB STRGND
ЗА 28 4B 68 8 11B 158 164
WHT LT GRN GRN/ORN GRN/BRN GAN WHT GRY LTGRN/BLK BLK/VEL
+ WHT
WHT
1 STEERING ANGLE SENSOR
SERVICE
CHECK —
© | CONNECTOR |
BLK
G403 WHEEL SENSORS
26P CONNECTOR 16P CONNECTOR
= — —
13A| 124 10A| 9A | SA | 7A | GA | БА | 4A | 3A | 2A | TA 8B | 7B | 6B | 5B | 4B | 38 | 28 | 18
26А\ 25А 24A 23A| 22A 20A| 19A| 18A| 17A] 16À 14A 16B| 158! 14Bi 1381 12B/ 11B/ 10B/ 98
TCS CONTROL UNIT CONNECTORS
View from terminal side
19-13
Troubleshooting (TCS)
—- TCS Indicator Light
N OWN
NOTE:
After the engine is started, the TCS indicator light goes off and TCS switch indicator light comes on to indicate that the system
is ready. If there is any abnormality in the system, the TCS indicator light stays on. Once the TCS switch is pushed, however,
the TCS indicator light comes on and TCS switch indicator light goes off to indicate that the system is off.
Temporary Driving Conditions:
1.
The TCS indicator light will come on and the control unit memorizes the Problem Code under certain temporary conditions:
* The spare tire is installed, or a tire of the improper size is installed.
* The tire pressures are not correct.
if the TCS indicator light does not come back on after correcting the tire or tire pressure problem, the system is OK.
NOTE:
Remove the ABS B2 (15A) fuse for at least three seconds to clear the code from the TCS control unit memory.
TCS Problem Code Indication:
Stop the engine.
Turn the ignition switch on and confirm that the TCS indicator light comes on.
Turn the ignition switch off.
Connect the two terminals of the Service Check Connector with a jumper wire.
Turn the ignition switch on, but do not start the engine.
Record the blinking frequency of the TCS indicator light. The blinking frequency indicates the code. Long blinks indicate the
main code; short blinks indicate the sub-code.
Refer to the Troubleshooting Guide {page 19-16) for repair information.
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CONNECTOR (2P)
JUMPER WIRE
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TCS INDICATOR TCS ACTIVATION
LIGHT LIGHT
19-14
First indication
Problem code 2-1
Second indication
Problem code 2
Third indication
Problem code 4-2
First indication
Problem code 2-1
Main Code: 2 Main Code: 2 Main Code: 4 Main Code: 2
Sub-code: 1 Sub-code: none Sub-code: 2 Sub-code: 1
LIGHT
ON ~~ IP
LIGHT _ а | _ || |
OFF 4 d f g
b | е - >
с Engine start
Ignition —
switch on f
b 2nd cycle
a: 2.0 sec. c: 1.2 sec. e: 0.3 sec. g: 3.8 sec.
b: 0.5 sec. d: 1.0 sec. f: 2.5 sec.
NOTE:
e The TCS control unit has three memory registers. When a problem occurs, the control unit stores the code in the first
memory register. If another problem occurs, the control unit moves the first code to the next memory register and stores the
second code in the first register. If there's a third problem occurrence, the two existing codes are moved up one register and
the third code is stored in the first register. If problems continue to occur, the oldest code is moved out of the last register
and lost, and the most recent code is stored in the first register.
e The TCS indicator light will not come on again after the engine starts unless another prblem occurrence is detected.
However, there will still be a code stored in the control unit's memory.
e After the repair is completed, disconnect the jumper wire from the Service Check connector and remove the ABS B2 (156A)
fuse from the under-hood fuse/relay box for at least 3 seconds to erase the control unit’s memory.
e The control unit's memory is erased if the connector is disconnected from the control unit, or if the control unit is removed
from the car. |
e After recording the main and sub-code (if applicable), refer to the Troubleshooting Guide.
19-15
Troubleshooting (TCS)
Troubleshooting Guide
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19-16
System indicated
TCS indicator light, TCS activation
TCS switch indicator light do not
TCS switch indicator light and the T
ation light do not go off two
TCS indicator light does not go off aft
Atmospheric pressure (PA)
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—- TCS Lights Do Not Come On
The TCS indicator light, TCS activation light and TCS switch indicator light do not come on for two seconds when the ignition
switch is first turned on (no bulb check).
No.13 (7.5A) FUSE
NOTE:
The TCS indicator light stays on until the engine is started. >
Turn the ignition switch ON.
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Do the other indicator lights \ NO
(ABS, Check Engin Light, SRS, Turn the ignition switch OFF.
etc.) come on?
—
YES
Check the No. 13(7.5A) fuse in
the under-dash fuse/relay box.
UNDER-DASH FUSE/RELAY BOX
NO
< ls it normal? Replace the fuse and recheck.
YES
Repair open in the YEL wire
between the under-dash fuse
(relay box and gauge assemb- GRY/RED WIRE
ly.
Turn the ignition switch OFF. RED/GRN WIRE
Disconnect the 26P and 16P | |
connectors from the TCS a A
control unit
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1A | 2A| 3A | 4A | БА | 6A ВА | 9A l10A| 7 |12Al13Al |
14A 16A{17A|18A|19A(20A 22A| 23A] 24A|25A 126A
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View for terminal side | \
Turn the ignition switch ON.
BLU/RED WIRE
| Ground the following terminals TCS CONTROL UNIT
individually to the body ground ae ANOS SIDE
and check the lights: NE
TCS indicator light: 26P BLU/RED WIRE
connector, terminal 23A or 16 TCS CONTROL UNIT |
P connector, terminal 78 16P CONNECTOR |
TCS activation light: 26P (HARNESS SIDE) A
connector, terminal 10A ; 1
TCS switch indicator light: 26 18 | 28| 38 | 48 | 58 | 6в | 78 88
P connector, terminal 6A
98 | 10B|11B|128/13B|148115B|168
* Replace the defective bulb.
NO e Repair open in the wire View for terminal side
< Do all the lights come on? — between the TCS control
unit and gauge assembly or
YES TCS switch.
TCS indicator light: BLU/
RED wire
TCS activation light: RED/
GRN wire
TCS switch indicator light:
(To page 19-18) GRY/RED wire
(cont'd)
19-17
Troubleshooting (TCS)
- TCS Lights Do Not Come On (cont'd)
ABS B2 {15A) FUSE No. 22 {20A) FUSE
(From page 19-17)
Check the ABS B2 (156A) fuse
in the under-hood fuse/relay
box and the No. 22 (20A) fuse
in the under-dash fuse/relay
box.
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UNDER-HOOD FUSE/RELAY BOX
UNDER-DASH FUSE/RELAY BOX
NOTE:
Are they normal?
<
YES
>=
Measure the voltage between
the 26P connector terminal 1A
(+) and body ground.
NO
{ Is there battery voltage? OD
YES
Replace the ABS B2 (15A)
fuse and/or No. 22 (204) fuse
and recheck.
The standard wheel speeds
(initial offset memory) in the
control unit is erased when the
ABS B2 (15A) fuse is discon-
nected.
Be sure to input new standard
wheel speeds into the control
unit again after inspection (see
WHT WIRE (VB) page 19-11).
1A | 2A| 3A | 4A | 5A | 6A 8A | 9A [10A 12Al 13AÍ
Battery voltage? 14a] |16A|17A|18Al19A|20A! 7 |22A| 23A| 24A| 25A|26A
| View from terminal side
Repair open in the WHT wire
TCS CONTROL UNIT TCS CONTROL UNIT
Measure the voltage between
the 16P connector terminal 10
between the TCS contro! unit
and under-hood fuse/relay
box.
26P CONNECTOR
(HARNESS SIDE)
16P CONNECTOR
(HARNESS SIDE)
B {+) and body ground. , г
1В | 28 | 3В | 4В 1 58 | 68 | 7B | 8B
ЭВ | 10В| 11811281138 11481156 |168
NO Repair open in the BLK/YEL | )
‹ Is there battery voltage? DD = wire between the TCS View from terminal side
: control unit and under-dash
YES fuse/relay box. Y
(To page 19-19)
Battery voltage?
BLK/YEL WIRE (1G1)
19-18
(From page 19-18)
Turn the ignition switch OFF.
Check for continuity between
the 16P connector terminal 5B
and body ground, and between
the 26P connector terminal 20
A and body ground.
NO
< Is there continuity? —
YES
*e Check for poor con-
nections or loose wires.
¢ Substitute a known-good
TCS control unit and
recheck.
BRN/BLK WIRE (LGE1)
Continuity?
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| 18 28| 3B | 48 | 58 | 66 | 7В | 8В
98 | 1081 11811281138 1148 (1581168
TCS CONTROL UNIT View from terminal side
16P CONNECTOR
{HARNESS SIDE)
TCS CONTROL UNIT
26P CONNECTOR
{HARNESS SIDE)
NN _—
‘IA | 2A| 3A | 4A | 5A | 6A | | 8a {9A [10a] 7 |12A|13A
1MAl/ | 16A|17Al18A|19A|20A| 7 |22A|23A| 24A|25Al26A
View from terminal side
Continuity?
ground.
* Repair open in the BRN/
BLK wire between the TCS
control unit and body
e Repair poor ground (G101).
BRN/BLK WIRE (LGE2)
19-19
Troubleshooting (TCS)
- TCS Switch and Activation Lights Do Not Go Off
The TCS switch indicator light and the TCS activation light do not go off two seconds after the ignition switch is turned on.
Turn the ignition switch OFF. GRY/RED WIRE RED/GRN WIRE
(From TCS SWITCH INDICATOR LIGHT) (From TCS ACTIVATION LIGHT)
Disconnect the 26P connector
from the TCS control unit.
‘1A | 2A| 3A| 4A | 5A | 6A 18a 9a [10a] 1124] 134
Turn the ignition switch ON. 14A 16A[17A[18A | 19A |20A 22A| 23A| 24A|25A|26A
View from terminal side
TCS CONTROL UNIT
26P CONNECTOR
(HARNESS SIDE)
Repair short in the RED/GRN
NO wire between the TCS
< Do the lights go off? »>—— control unit and gauge
assembly, and in the GRY/
YES RED wire between the TCS
control unit and TCS switch.
Substitute a known-good
TCS control unit and recheck.
19-20
NOTE:
Turn the ignition switch ON.
- TCS Indicator Light Does Not Go Off
Do the TCS switch indicator | NO
©
The TCS indicator light does not go off after the engine starts.
and TCS activation lights stay
on after 2 seconds? a
YES
Start the engine.
Check the Check Engine Light.
NO
Confirm the PGM-FI system
Problem Code (see section 11).
NO
Y
Start the engine.
Measure the voltage between
the TCS control unit 16P
connector terminal 9B (+) and
body ground.
(To page 19-22)
Y
S
< Is the light on? >
|
E
E
S
Are codes 35 and/or 36
- \ indicated?
(See page 19-17)
Perform the PGM-FI system
troubleshooting procedure
(see section 11) and recheck.
3-1 (see page 19-33)
Perform the troubleshooting
procedures for Problem Code
NOTE:
e Problem Code 35: A short or open circuit in the GRY/YEL wire between the
* When the engine is started, a system check is performed. The TCS indicator light will go off if the system is normal.
e | the back-up power supply is less than 8V to the TCS control unit 26P connector terminal 1A, the system check is stopped
and TCS indicator light comes on.
TCS control unit 16P connector terminal 14B (TC STB) and ECU.
e Problem Code 36: A short or open circuit in the GRY/BLU wire between the
TCS control unit 26P connector terminal 19A (TC FC) and ECU.
NOTE:
e Use the 10V range or a similar range in the analog tester.
¢ Confirm that the analog tester needle swings to more than 2.0V.
ov — лв | 28] 38] 4B {5B | 6B | 78 | 8B
TCS CONTROL UNIT
TCS CONNECTOR 98 | 10B| 11B{12B|13B |14B| 158] 16B
{HARNESS SIDE)
N View from terminal side
More than 2.0V? V GRY/BLK WIRE
(TC INH)
(cont'd)
19-21
Troubleshooting (TCS)
Г TCS indicator Light Does Not Go Off (cont'd)
(From page 19-21)
YES
< Is there more than 2.0V? +! Turn the ignition switch OFF.
NO
Disconnect the 26P and 16P
connectors from the TCS
control unit.
Turn the ignition switch ON.
YES
< Is the TCS indicator light о у
№
Repair short in the BLU/RED
wire between the TCS
control unit and gauge
assembly.
Substitute a known-good
TCS control unit and recheck.
NOTE:
Turn the ignition switch OFF.
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Connect the test harness to
the ECU (see section 11).
TEST HARNESS
Start the engine.
e Use the 10V range or a similar range in the analog tester.
e Confirm that the analog tester needle swi
ngs to more than 2.0V.
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00000 00000000000
O0O0C1 0090000000000
Measure the voltage between :
the test harness C6 (+)
terminal and body ground.
C6 (TC INH)
YES Repair open in the GRY/BLK
C Is there more than 2.0V? > —— wire between the TCS
control unit and ECU.
NO
Turn the ignition switch OFF.
(To page 19-23)
More than 2.0V?
19-22
o
(From page 19-22)
TCS CONTROL UNIT
16P CONNECTOR
| (HARNESS SIDE)
Disconnect the 12P connector
from the ECU and the 16P
connector from the TCS у |
control unit. 1B | 2B| 3B | 4B | 5B | 6B | 78 | 8B
GRY/BLK WIRE 9B 1081 1181128 1138 |148 | 158 | 168
(TC INH) .
Check for continuity between View from terminal side
the 16P connector terminal 9B
and body ground.
Continuity?
YES Repair short in the GRY/BLK
C Is there continuity? x—— wire between the TCS
control unit and ECU.
NO
Reconnect the 16P connector
to the TCS control unit.
BRN/BLK WIRE (LGE 1}
TCS CONTROL UNIT TCS CONTROL UNIT
26P CONNECTOR 16P CONNECTOR
(HARNESS SIDE) (HARNESS SIDE)
f N / =
1А | 2А| ЗАТ ЗА | БА | БА | eal oalioal 7 izali3A) | (18 | 28138148 158 |6p | 78 | aB
18a] Ii6al17AligA]19Al20A| 7 |22A| 23Al 20Al25Al26A) — |oB | 108) 11B[12B/13B|14B! 158) 168
View from terminal side / GRY/BLK WIRE View from terminal side
(TC INH)
BRN/BLK WIRE (LGE 2) — ©) (о)
м
09? Oo ©?
Measure the resistance
between the TCS controi unit
16P connector terminal 9B
and 26P connector terminal
20A or 16P connector
terminal 58.
YES
< Is there OQ? »>— Replace the TCS control unit
and recheck.
NO
® Check for poor connection NOTE:
or loose wire. The normal resistance is approx.
e Substitute a known-good 20 k Q for reference.
ECU and recheck. |
19-23
Troubleshooting (TCS)
— TCS Control Unit
Problem Code 1-2 or the TCS indicator light stays on: TCS control unit
NOTE:
¢ If the indicator light indicates Problem Code 1-2, replace the TCS control unit.
* if the TCS indicator light stays on, check for a short to body ground in the BLU/RED wire between the TCS control unit and
the TCS indicator light. If the wire is OK, replace the TCS control unit.
19-24
to
- Parking Brake Signal
Problem Cade 2: Parking brake signal
NOTE:
о Before proceeding to the troubleshooting procedure, be sure to perform a running test and check whether the TCS indicator
light comes on or not. If the TCS indicator light does not come on, the system is working properly. If the TCS indicator light
comes on, make sure the parking brake lever is released.
e When both of the rear wheels are running at 6 mph (10 km/h) or over and the parking brake is applied for more than 30
seconds continuously, the TCS control unit will cause the TCS indicator light to come on.
Release the parking brake
lever and turn the ignition
switch ON.
Check the brake system light.
YES
C Does the light come on? »>—
NO
‹ Is the level low? »>—
NO
Pull up the parking brake lever.
Check the brake system light.
NO
< Does the light come оп?
YES
Release the parking brake
lever.
Measure the voltage between
the TCS control unit terminal
9A (+) and body ground.
NO
NL
Check the brake fluid level.
YES
Check the brake pad wear
and fluid leakage.
Release the parking brake
lever.
Measure the voltage between
the parking brake switch
connector terminal and body
ground.
{ Isthere battery voltage? >
YES
NO
Check the parking brake
switch and brake fluid level
switch.
If they are OK, repair short in
GRN/RED wire.
Check the parking brake
switch.
Check the brake system light
bulb.
If it is OK, repair open in the
GRN/RED wire between the
parking brake switch and
gauge assembly. |
C Is there battery voltage? 7
Repair open in the GRN/RED
wire between the TCS
control unit and gauge
assembly.
YES
TCS CONTROF UNIT
26P CONNE R
(HARNESS SIDE) RIO WIRE
e Substitute a known-good
TCS control unit and
recheck. ( \
e Check for poor con- 1A ФА ЗА 4A BA BA 8A 9A 10A 12A 13A
nections or loose wires. MA|/ |16A|17Al18A | 19A|20A| 7 |22A| 23A| 24A| 25A|26A
Battery voitagre ?
View from terminal side
19-25
Troubleshooting (TCS)
- Steering Angle Sensor
Problem Code 2-1: Steering angle sensor
NOTE:
The TCS control unit performs the self-diagnosis for the steering angle sensor when the average speed of the two rear wheels
exceeds 10 mph (16 km/h). The TCS indicator light comes on if a yaw rate is generated and the steering angle signal that
corresponds to this yaw rate is not inputted when the steering wheel is turned, while there is no input from the STOP (brake
light signal) and PARK (parking brake signal).
NOTE:
Start the engine. e Steps 1 through 4 are the steering angle sensor check procedures for
actual vehicle operating conditions.
This will be called the “steering angle sensor system check” in the
1.
following sections.
Push the TCS switch 3 times e The standard wheel speeds (initial offset memory) is erased when the TCS
within 3 seconds. switch is pushed for more than 5 seconds. If the standard wheel speeds
Value is erased, be sure to input it again after inspection (see page 19-11).
2.
NOTE:
Turn the steering wheel slowly e Restart the check from the beginning if the steering wheel is turned
clockwise more than 1.5 turn. counterclokwise.
® Turn the steering wheel slowly, no faster than one turn in 4 seconds.
3.
Push the TCS switch 2 times
within 3 seconds.
4. |
NOTE:
Return the steering wheel e Restart the check from the beginning if the steering wheel is turned
counterclockwise slowly, counterclockwise.
check the number of times ® Turn the steering wheel slowly, no faster than one turn in 4 seconds.
the TCS indicator light flashes
after the wheel has moved
approximately one turn.
The tire pressures are
Does the light flash properly? YES incorrect or the wrong
A/T: 1 time | diameter tires are installed.
M/T: 4 times The steering angle sensor is
OK.
NO
TCS INDICATOR LIGHT FLASH PATTERN
ON 1 2 3 4
OFF
4
4
‘
q
b
!
Begin to flash
Turn the ignition switch OFF.
Remove the steering column
lower cover.
STEERING ANGLE SENSOR
(To page 19-27) 5P CONNECTOR
19-26
(From page 19-26)
Turn the ignition switch ON.
Measure the voltage between
the No.1 (+) and No.5{—)
terminals of the steering angle
sensor.
NO
< Is there battery voltage? >
YES
(To page 19-28)
STEERING ANGLE SENSOR
5P CONNECTOR
(HARNESS SIDE)
BLK/YEL WIRE
(IG1)
\
1 [2] Tals
Battery voltage?
Turn the ignition switch OFF.
View from terminal side
LT GRN/BLK WIRE
(STR GND)
STEERING ANGLE SENSOR
5P CONNECTOR
{HARNESS SIDE)
Disconnect the 5P connector
from the steering angle sensor.
Check for continuity between
the No.5 terminal and body
ground.
|1 | 2 4
View from terminal side
NO
( Is there continuity? SH
q
5)
Continuity?
LT GRN/BLK WIRE
(STR GND)
Repair open in the LT GRN/
BLK wire between the
steering angle sensor and
YES TCS control unit.
Turn the ignition switch ON.
STEERING ANGLE SENSOR
5P CONNECTOR
Measure the voltage between
the No.1 terminal ( +) and body
ground.
(HARNESS SIDE)
{
BLK/YEL WIRE
(161)
YES
Replace the steering angle
sensor (see page 19-75)
NO
< Is there battery voltage ? о
nn
View from terminal side
Battery voltage?
Repair open or short in the
BLK/YEL wire between the
under-dash fuse/relay box
and steering angle sensor.
(cont'd)
19-27
Troubleshooting (TCS)
- Steering Angle Sensor (cont'd)
(From page 19-27) 4.5V — QV repeatedly?
GRY WIRE y
Connect the voltmeter be- (STR В)
tween the steering angle STEERING ANGLE SENSOR AN BLK
sensor terminals: 5P CONNECTOR (STR GND)
No.2{ +) and No.5{—): STR B {HARNESS SIDE) |
No.4( +) and No.5(—): STRA CD
View from terminal side 1 2 4 5
Turn the steering wheel slowly a pi
one revolution.
WHT WIRE
(STR A)
YES * Check for poor connec-
Does the needle pulse 4.5V—>0 tions or loose wires.
V—4.5V—=0V repeatedly? ¢ Substitute a known-good
TCS control unit and — (Vv) —
NO recheck.
4 5V — QV repeatedly?
Turn the ignition switch OFF.
STEERING ANGLE SENSOR View from terminal side
Disconnect the 5P connector 5P CONNECTOR
from the steering angle sensor. (HARNESS SIDE) C >
Turn the ignition switch ON.
| GRY WIRE WHT WIRE
Measure the voltage between (STR B) (STR A)
the steering angle sensor
connector terminals (+) and
body ground: + +
No.2: STR B
No.4: STR A More than 4.5V?
: ES Check for a poor connection. TCS CONTROL UNIT
Is there more than 4.5V? 7 ° М the connection is OK, 16P CONNECTOR
replace the steering angle (HARNESS SIDE)
NO sensor (see page 19-75)
Oo View from terminal side
N
[18 2B | 3B | 4B | 5B | 6B | 78 | 88
Measure the voltage between
the TCS control unit terminals
{+) and body ground: | 98 10B 11B 12B 13B 14B 158 16B
No.15B: STR B | и
No.11B:STRA NN
Repair open in the wire WHT WIRE
(STR A)
( YES between the TCS control unit V Vv
Is there more than 4.5V? S— and steering angle sensor: T
GRY WIRE
GRY:STRB (STRB)
NO WHT:STRA
(To 19-29)
page More than 4.5V?
19-28
o
(From page 19-28)
TCS CONTROL UNIT
16P CONNECTOR
{HARNESS SIDE)
Turn the ignition switch OFF. View from terminal side
7
*
18 | 2B! 3B | 4B | 5B | 6B | 7B | 8B
Disconnect the 16P connector
from the TCS control unit. 9B |108|118|128/13B|1481158|16B
A
Check for continuity between WHT WIRE пон? GRY WIRE
the 16P connector terminals (STR A) Continuity (STR B)
and body ground:
No.15B: STR B
No.11B: STR A
Repair short in wire between
YES the TCS control unit and
< Is there continuity? »>— steering angle sensor:
GRY:STRB
NO WHT: STR A
® Check for poor connec-
tions or loose wires.
® Substitute a known-good
TCS control unit and
recheck.
19-29
Troubleshooting (TCS)
— Lateral Acceleration (Lg) Sensor
Problem Code 2-3: Lateral acceleration {Lg) sensor
Lg SENSOR 3P CONNECTOR ~ | View from terminal side
(HARNESS SIDE)
Turn the ignition switch ON. 1 2 3
\
Mesure the voltage between RED/WHT WIRE
the No.1 terminal { +) of the Lg
sensor connector and body Approx. 5V?
ground. +
NO Measure the voltage between TCS CONTROL UNIT
< Is there approx. 5V? — the TCS control unit 26P 26Р CONNECTOR :
conector terminal 14A (+) and (HARNESS SIDE)
YES body ground.
1A | 2A | 3A | 4A | 5A | 6A | 71 8A | sA J10A| /l12Al13A
14A 16A117A118A 119A | 20A 22A| 23A| 24A|25A|26A
View from terminal side
\
RED/WHT WIRE
Approx. 5V? (GSEN VCC)
YES Repair open in RED/WHT wire
< Is there approx. 5V? Co between the TCS control unit
and Lg sensor.
NO
Turn the ignition switch OFF.
Disconnect the 26P connector
from the TCS control unit and
the 3P connector from the Lg
sensor.
TCS CONTROL UNIT
Check for continuity between MARNESS SIDE.
the terminal 14A and body
ground.
(1a | 2a] 3a] 2a [5A [6A 8a | 9a [10a] l12Al13A)
14A
16A117A)18A | 19A 120A 22A|23A) 248A) 25A | 26A
> RED/WHT WIRE View from terminal side
Continuity? (GSEN VCC)
= | Repair short in RED/WHT
a is there continuity? == — wire between the TCS
control unit and Lg sensor.
NO
® Substitute a known-good
TCS control unit and
recheck.
* Check for poor connec-
tions or loose wires.
(To page 19-31)
19-30
(From page 19-30)
Turn the ignition switch OFF.
Check for continuity between
the Lg sensor 3P connector
No.3 terminal and body ground.
< Is there continuity?
YES
{To page 19-32)
Da
\ NO
Lg SENSOR 3P CONNECTOR
(HARNESS SIDE) \
11213
|
Continuity? |
Lg SENSOR 3P CONNECTOR
(HARNESS SIDE)
/
1121 3
N
BLK WIRE
BLK WIRE
Continuity? (GSEN GND)
| View from terminal side
BLK WIRE
View from terminal side
TCS CONTROL UNIT
26P CONNECTOR
(HARNESS SIDE)
1A | 2А| ЗАТ 4А | SA | 6A
8A
9A |10A| 7 l12Al13A
14A 16A|17A|18A | 19A
20A
22A| 23A| 24Al25A |26A
Disconnect the 26P connector
from the TCS control unit and
3P connector from the Lg
Check the BLK wire for
continuity between the TCS
control unit and Lg sensor.
View from terminal side
NO
< Is there continuity? | у —
YES
Repair open in the BLK wire
between the TCS control unit
and Lg sensor.
® Substitute a known-good
TCS control unit and
Check for poor con-
nections or loose wires.
{cont’d)
19-31
Troubleshooting (TCS)
r Lateral Acceleration (Lg) Sensor (cont'd)
Lg SENSOR 3P CONNECTOR
(From page 19-31) (HARNESS SIDE) NX
Turn the ignition switch ON.
Measure the voltage between RED/BLU WIRE
dd
/ | ven from terminal side
the No.2 terminal ( +) of the Lg
sensor connector and body
ground. Approx. 2.5V?
NO +
a Is there approx. 2.5V? >— — Turn the ignition switch OFF.
YES Lg SENSOR 3P CONNECTOR
(HARNESS SIDE) |
Disconnect the 26P connector
from the TCS control unit and
the 3P connector from the Lg
sensor. | 1 2 | 3 |
4. |
Check for continuity between / View from terminal side
the No.2 terminal and body
ground. RED/BLU WIRE
Continuity?
Turn the ignition switch OFF.
Disconnect the 26P connector YES Repair short in RED/BLU wire
from the TCS control unit and ‹ Is there continuity? 9 between the TCS control unit
the 3P connector from the Lg and Lg sensor.
sensor. NO
Replace the Lg sensor.
Check the RED/BLU wire for
continuity between the TCS
control unit and the Lg sensor.
NO Repair open in RED/BLU wire
< Is there continuity? > between the TCS control unit
and Lg sensor.
YES
Check the Lg sensor function
{see page 19-75)
® Substitute a known-good
YES TCS control unit and
< Does it work properly? S— recheck.
* Check for
poor con-
NO nections or loose wires.
| Replace the Lg sensor.
19-32
Г PGM-FI Signals
NOTE:
O,
Remove the No.15 (7.5A)
fuse in the under-hood fuse/
relay box for more than 10
seconds to reset the ECU.
Start the engine.
Confirm the PGM-FI system
code (see section 11).
Are codes 35 (TC STB open or
short circuit) and/or 36 {TC FC
open or short circuit)
indicated?
YES
e Check the TC STB signal
when PGM-FI system code
35 is indicated (see below).
® Check the TC FC signal
when PGM-FI system code
36 is indicated (see page
19-35).
® TC STB signal check
Turn the ignition switch ON. E
Measure the voltage between
the TCS control unit 16P
connector terminal 14B (+)
and body ground.
< Is there more than 4.0V? > ——
YES
(To page 19-34)
NO
Problem Code 3-1: PGM-FI (TC STB, TC FC and TC INH signals)
Check the TC INH signal if no
code is indicated (see page
19-37).
_
Perform the PGM-FlI system
troubleshooting procedure if
codes other than 35 and 36
are indicated (see section 11).
The ECU outputs the TC INH signal to the TCS control unit when the correct TC STB and TC FC signals have been inputted to
the ECU from the TCS control unit.
TCS CONTROL UNIT
16P CONNECTOR
{HARNESS SIDE)
/ N
18 | 28 | 3B | 4B | 5B | EB | 7B | 88
9В | 1081 11811281738 | 148 | 158; 168
View from terminal side
Turn the ignition switch OFF,
Disconnect the 12P connector
from the ECU.
(To page 19-35)
More than 4.0V?
©
= GRY/YEL WIRE
(TC STB)
(cont'd)
19-33
Troubleshooting (TCS)
~- PGM-FI Signals (cont'd)
(From page 19-33)
Turn the ignition switch OFF.
OOODOOOODOOOOOO|OOOO0O0O0O0O|OOOOOO| OOOOOOO0OOOO
OOOO0OO0O0O00O0O0 [00000000 000000 O0000000000
Connect the test harness to
the ECU (see section 11). /
TEST HARNESS
Turn the janiti tch ON More than 4.0V?
urn the ignition switc . C12 (TC STB)
Measure the voltage between
the test harness C12 (+)
terminal and body ground.
NO Repair open in the GRY/YEL
‹ Is there more than 40V? > ——— wire between the TCS
control unit and ECU. |
YES TCS CONTROL UNIT
16P CONNECTOR
Raise the car and support it (HARNESS SIDE)
with safety stands (see
section 1).
и NM
. 1B | 2B| 3B | 4B | 5B | 68 | 78 | 8В
Start the engine.
98 | 108) 118) 128 |138 |148 | 158 | 168
View from the terminal side
Shift the transmission into 2nd
and depress the accelerator GRY/YEL WIRE
pedal slowly until a vehicle У (TC STB)
speed more than 12 mph (20 ov?
km/h) is reached.
Measure the voltage between
the TCS control unit 16P
connector terminal 14B (+)
and body ground.
® Check for poor con-
NO nections or loose wires.
(Is there OV? (TCS in operation) y—————— ® Substitute a known-good
TCS control
unit and
YES recheck.
* Check for poor con-
nections or loose wires.
o Substitute a known-good
ECU and recheck.
19-34
©
|
Turn the ignition switch ON.
Measure the voltage between
the TCS control unit 16P
connector termonal 14B (+)
and body ground.
(From page 19-33)
|
TCS CONTROL UNIT
16P CONNECTOR
(HARNESS SIDE)
_
YES
< Is there more than 4.0V? >
NO
Turn the ignition switch OFF.
Disconnect the 16P connector
from the TCS control unit.
Check for continuity between
the 16P connector terminal
14B and body ground.
[18 op | 38 | 48 |58 | 68 | 7B | 8B
Ё 108| 1181281138 |148 | 158 | 168
View from terminal side
GRY/YEL WIRE
(TC STB)
Replace the ECU and recheck. More than 4.0V?
TCS CONTROL UNIT
16P CONNECTOR
(HARNESS SIDE)
\ Г
[18 28| 38 | 4B | 5B | 6B | 7B 88 |
|98 | 108) 118)128)138|148) 158) 168)
View from terminal side
YES
< Is there continuity? »>—
NO
*e Check for poor con-
nections or loose wires.
e Substitute a known-good
TCS control unit and
recheck.
* TC FC signal check
Turn the ignition switch ON.
Measure the voltage between
the TCS control unit 26P
connector terminal 19A (+)
and body ground.
(То раде 19-36)
Repair short in the GRY/YEL (©) Continuity?
wire between the TCS Ohtinuity
control unit and ECU.
NOTE:
e Use the 10V range or a similar range in the analog tester.
e Confirm that the analog tester needle swings to approx. 3 V.
sy — | | | / TCS CONTROL UNIT
26P CONNECTOR
ov ---- HE SIDE)
7 \
1A | 2А| ЗА | 4А | БА | 6A 8A | 9A |10A 12A|13A
14A 16A|17A|18A | 194 |20A 22A| 23A| 24A| 25A | 26A
/ View from terminal side
GRY/BLU WIRE
{TC FC) Approx. 3 V?
(cont'd)
19-35
Troubleshooting (TCS)
- PGM-FI Signals (cont'd)
(From page 19-35)
YES
{ Is there approx. 3V? > Substitute known-good ECU TCS CONTROL UNIT
16P CONNECTOR
and recheck.
NO (HARNESS SIDE)
Turn the ignition switch OFF. /
,
1A | 2A| 3A | 4A | SA | бА BA | 9A [10A| 7 l12Al13A]
Disconnect the 26P connector
from the TCS control unit and 14А 16A/17AITBA | 19А 120А 22A| 23A| 24A{25A | 26A
the 12P connector from the +
ECU. View from the terminal side
Continuity? GRY/BLU WIRE
(TC FC)
Check for continuity between
the 26P connector terminal 19
A and body ground.
YES Repair short in the GRY/BUL
{ is there continuity? wire between the TCS
control unit and ECU.
NO
Reconnect the 26P connector
for the TCS control unit.
Connect the test harness to
the ECU Wire harness side TEST HARNESS
only (see section 11). N
00900009000000 | 00060000 | 6000000 | 000000000060
Turn the ignition switch ON. 09000000000000| 00900000 | 9000000 | 000000000600
C8 (TC FC)
Measure the voltage between
the C8 terminal (+) of the test
harness and body ground. Approx. 5V?
NO Repair open in the GRY/BLU
< Is there approx. 5V? — wire between the TCS
control unit and ECU.
YES
® Check for poor con-
nections or loose wires.
® Substitute a known-good
TCS control unit and
recheck.
If symptom does not go
away, substitute a known-
good ECU and recheck.
19-36
® TC INH signal check (Continued from page 19-33 if no PGM-Fl system codes are indicated.)
Start the engine.
NOTE:
Measure the voltage between e Use the 10V range or a similar range in the analog tester.
the TCS control unit 16P e Confirm that the analog tester needle swings to more than 2.0V.
connector terminal 9B (+) and
body ground. |
BV 7
: TCS CONTROL UNIT
ov —- 16P CONNECTOR
(HARNESS SIDE)
|
[18 98 | 38 | 48 | 58 | 68 | 7B | 88
oB [10B/11B/128/13B |14B|15B/16BI-
View from terminal side
GRY/BLK WIRE
(TC INH) More than 2.0V?
* Check for poor con-
YES nections or loose wires.
‹ Is there more than 2.0 v > — e Substitute a known-good
TCS control unit and
NO recheck.
Turn the ignition switch OFF,
Connect the test harness to
the ECU (see section 11).
NOTE:
e Use the 10V range or a similar range in the analog tester.
e Confirm that the analog tester needle swings to more than 2.0V.
ov -—
Measure the voltage between TEST HARNESS
the test harness C6 terminal
(+) and body ground. \
Start the engine.
C000000000000 00000000 000000] 00000000000
QOOOOOOOO0O0O0O00 [00090000 | 00LQLPOO0OJO0000000000
7 View from terminal side
C6 (TC INH)
More than 2.0V?
(To page 19-38)
{cont’d)
19-37
Troubleshooting (TCS)
- PGM-FI Signals (cont'd)
{From page 19-37)
Reconnect the 16P connector
to the TCS control unit.
Measure the resistance
between the 16P connector
terminal 9B and 26P connector
terminal 20A or 16P
connector terminal 5B of the
TCS control unit.
Replace the TCS control unit
and recheck.
nections or loose wires.
® Substitute a known-good
ECU and rechek.
YES
‹ Is there OQ ? ———
NO
e Check for poor con- NOTE:
The normal resistance is approx.
20 k Q for reference.
TCS CONTROL UNIT
16P CONNECTOR
(HARNESS SIDE)
YES Repair open in the GRY/BLK
< Is there more than 2.0V? — wire between the TCS
control unit and ECU.
NO é \
18 | 2B| 3B | 4B |5B | 6B | 78 | 8B
Turn the ignition switch OFF. ЭВ. | 108 118 128 |138 | 148 | 158 168
GRY/BLK WIRE — —* |
(TC INH) View from terminal side
Disconnect the 12P connector
from the ECU and the 16P o
connector from the TCS Continuity?
control unit.
Check for continuity between
the 16P connector terminal 9B
and body ground.
BRN/BLK WIRE (LGE 1)
YES Repair short in the GRY/BLK
C Is there continuity? > wire between the TCS TCS CONTROL UNIT
control unit and ECU. 16P CONNECTOR
NO (HARNESS SIDE)
TCS CONTROL UNIT
26P CONNECTOR
(HARNESS SIDE)
= / — Y À
(1A 2А| ЗА | 4A | 5A | 6A 8A | 9A [10A 12A|13A 18 | 28 | 3B | 4B | 5B | 6B | 7B | 8B
14A 16AL17A!18A | 19A 20A 22A| 23A| 24A|?25A|26A 98 (108|11B|12B|13B|14B|15B(16B
View from terminal side / GRY/BLK WIRE“ View from terminal side
(TC INH)
BRN/BLK WIRE (LGE 2)
(a) @
a, Ne
00? 09?
19-38
- Engine Speed (NEP) Signal
Problem Code 3-2: Engine speed (NEP) signal
Remove the ABS B2 (15 A)
fuse in the under-hood fuse/
relay box for more than 3
seconds to reset the TCS
control unit.
Start the engine.
Confirm the TCS code (see
page 19-14).
NOTE:
The standard wheel speeds (initial offset memory) in the control unit is
erased when the ABS B2 (15 A) fuse is disconnected.
Be sure to input new standard wheel speeds into the control unit again
after inspection (see page 19-11).
C Is code 3-2 indicated? So
Intermittent failure.
Check for poor connections
or loose wires.
YES
Start the engine.
Check that the tachometer
operates properly.
YES
NO
Does the tachometer operate | |
properly? Turn the ignition switch OFF. |
Connect the test harness to
the ECU (see section 11).
Start the engine.
Measure the voltage between
the C4 terminal (+) of the test
harness and body ground.
NO
<
is there approx. 6 V?
YES
(To page 19-40)
TEST HARNESS
NOTE:
e Use the 10 V range or a similar
range in the analog tester.
e Check with the engine idling
and warmed-up.
e Confirm that the analog tester
needle swings to approx. 6 V.
TULL
оу —-
Check the PGM-FI system. |
0000000000000
Q000000000000
C4 (NEP)
00000000[|000000| 00000000000
00000000 [|0P0000]00000000000
Approx. 6 V?
1 ' (cont'd)
19-39
Troubleshooting (TCS)
Г Engine Speed (NEP) Signal (cont'd)
(From page 19-39)
|
Measure the voltage between
the TCS control unit 26P
connector terminal 17 A (+)
<
e Confirm that the analog tester needle swings to approx. 6 V?
and body ground.
12 V--—
I / | | | | TCS CONTROL UNIT
ov 26P CONNECTOR
(HARNESS SIDE)
„
1A | 2A| 3A | 4A | 5A | 6A | 7 | 8A | 9A l10A) 7 |12A|13A
14A 16A 17A 18A }19A| 20A 22Al 23A| 24Al?5A!26A
7 View from terminal side
©
BLU WIRE /) Approx. 6 V?
(NEP)
NO Repair open in the BLU wire
Is there approx. 6 V? DS between the TCS control unit
and ECU.
YES
® Check for poor connec-
tions or loose wires.
e Substitute a known-good
TCS control unit and
recheck.
NOTE:
e Use the 10 V range or a similar range in the analog tester.
e Check with the engine idling and warmed-up.
19-40
- Reference Voltage (VREF) Signal
Problem Code 3-4: The 5 V standard voltage (VREF)
Remove the ABS B2 (15A) NOTE:
fuse in the under-hood fuse/ The standard wheel speeds (initial offset memory) in the control unit is
relay box for more than 3 - erased when the ABS B2 (15 A) fuse is disconnected.
seconds to reset the TCS Be sure to input new standard wheel speeds into the control unit again
control unit. after inspection (see page 19-11).
Start the engine.
Confirm the TCS code (see
page 19-14)
| NO Intermittent failure. To CONNECTOR
C Is code 3-4 indicated? ee Check for poor connections (HARNESS SIDE)
or loose wires.
YES ‘ |
Measure the voltage between /
the TCS control unit 16P 18 | 28| 381 48 | 58 1 6B | 78 | 88
connector terminal 12B (+)
and body ground. 98 |10B{ 11B 128 138 (148 | 158 | 16B
View from terminal side
. BLU WIRE
Approx. 5 V? (VREF)
e Check for poor connec- -
; YES tions or loose wires.
C Is there approx. 5 V? e Substitute a known-good
TCS control unit and
NO recheck.
TCS CONTROL UNIT
Turn the ignition switch OFF. 16P CONNECTOR
(HARNESS SIDE)
Disconnect the 16P connector - { ]
from the TCS control unit. ‘1B 28 | 38 | 48 | 58 | 68 | 78 88
9B 110B| 11B 128 138 |148 | 1581168
Turn the ignition switch ON. View from terminal side
Measure the voltage between Approx. 5 V? BLU WIRE
the 16P connector terminal 12 | + (VREF]
B (+) and body ground.
YES
Is there approx. 5 V? Replace the TCS control unit
| ; and recheck.
NO
(To page 19-42)
(cont'd)
19-41
Troubleshooting (TCS)
r Reference Voltage (VREF) Signal (cont'd)
(From page 19-41)
Turn the ignition switch OFF.
TCS CONTROL UNIT
16P CONNECTOR
Disconnect the 22P connector (HARNESS SIDE)
from the ECU.
A
Check for continuity between 18 28 | 3B | 48 | 5B | 6B | 7B 8B
the TCS control unit 16P
connector terminal 12B and E: 108) 11B 13B!14B!15B!16B
body ground.
Continuity?
12B
Lu
View from terminal side
BLU WIRE
] (VREF)
YES Repair short in the BLU wire
C Is there continuity? between the TCS control unit
and ECU.
NO
Connect the test harness to
the ECU (see section 11).
Turn the ignition switch ON.
Measure the voltage between
the test harness D18 terminal TEST HARNESS
(+) and bady ground.
0000000000000 JOODOO0OOJO00000]| 00000000000
OOOOOOQOOOOO0 | COOOODOO0| 009000 (090600000000
D18 (VREF)
YES Repair open in the BLU wire
< Is there approx. 5 V? between the TCS control! unit Approx. 5 V?
and ECU. |
№
® Check for poor connec-
tions or loose wires.
¢ Substitute a known-good
ECU and recheck.
19-42
Remove the ABS B2 (15A)
fuse and No. 15 {7.5 A) fuse
in the under-hood fuse/relay
box for more than 10
seconds to reset the TCS
control unit and ECU.
Start the engine.
Confirm the TCS code (see
page 19-14).
~ Atmospheric Pressure (PA) Sensor
Problem Code 3-5: The atmospheric pressure (PA) sensor
NOTE:
The standard wheel speeds (initial offset memory) in the control unit is
erased when the ABS B2 (15 A} fuse is disconnected.
Be sure to input new standard wheel speeds into the control unit again
after inspection (see page 19-11).
NO
< Is code 3-5 indicated? >——
YES
Confirm the PGM-FI system
code (see section 11).
Y
< Is code 13 indicated? ES
NO
Turn the ignition switch OFF.
Disconnect the 26P connector
from the TCS control unit.
Turn the ignition switch ON.
Measure the voltage between
the 26P connector No. 18A
terminal { +) and body ground.
YES
{ Isthere approx. 2V to 3 М?
NO
(To page 19-44)
intermittent failure.
Check for poor connections
or loose wires. |
Repair according to the PGM-
FI system troubleshooting
guide (see section 11).
TCS CONTROL UNIT
26P CONNECTOR
(HARNESS SIDE}
(1a | 2A| 3A| 4A | 5A | 6A 8a | 9a [10a] 7 l12A| 13A)
14A 16A[17A|18A 119A 120A 22A| 23A| 24AI25A126A
View from terminal side
ORN/RED WIRE
(PA) Approx. 2V to 3 V?
e Check for poor connec-
tions or loose wires.
e Substitute a known-good
TCS control unit and
recheck.
(cont'd)
19-43
Troubleshooting (TCS)
- Atmospheric Pressure (PA) Sensor (cont'd)
(From page 19-43)
Turn the ignition switch OFF.
TCS CONTROL UNIT
26P CONNECTOR
(HARNESS SIDE)
Disconnect the 22P connector
from the ECU.
\
1А | 2A | 3A | 4A | 5A | 6A ВА | ЗА |10А 12A|13A
Check for continuity between
the TCS control unit 26P 14A I16A|17A/18A | 1I9A |20A 22A|23A| 24A|25A | 26A
connector terminal 18A and
body ground. 7 View from terminal side
ORN/RED WIRE
(PA) a
Continuity?
YES Repair short in the ORN/RED
< Is there continuity? wire between the TCS
control unit and ECU.
NO
Connect the test harness to
the ECU (see section 11).
Approx. 2V to 3V?
(D) ——
| и D5 (PA)
Turn the ignition switch ON.
Measure the voltage between
the test harness D5 terminal
(+) and body ground. QQO0Q00QC00O0000 00000000 000000 00000000000
O0O000000000000 |00000000 | 000000 | 000000000900
TEST HARNESS
YES Repair open in the ORN/RED
< Is thre approx. 2 V to 3 V? wire between the TCS
control unit and ECU.
NO
e Check for poor connec-
tions or loose wires.
® Substitute a known-good
ECU and recheck.
19-44
- Throttle Angle (4 TH1) Sensor
Problem Code 3-6: Throttle angle TH1 sensor
NOTE:
flowchart.
Remove the ABS B2 (15A)
fuse in the under-hood fuse/
relay box for more than 3
seconds to reset the TCS
control unit.
Start the engine.
Confirm the TCS code (see
page 19-14).
fo
NOTE:
If the Check Engine Light indicator code 7 or indicator light indicates code 3, refer to the appropriate troubleshooting
The standard wheel speeds (initial offset memory) in the control unit is
erased when the ABS B2 (15A} fuse is disconnected.
Be sure to input new standard wheel speeds into the control unit again
after inspection (see page 19-11).
NO
‹ Is code 3-6 indicated? —
Intermittent failure.
Check for poor connections
or loose wires.
YES
Turn the ignition switch OFF.
Disconnect the 16P connector
from the TCS control unit.
Turn the ignition switch ON.
- Measure the voltage between
the TCS control unit 16P
connector terminal 3B (+) and
body ground.
RED/BLE WIRE
(6 THT) TCS CONTROL UNIT
16P CONNECTOR
(HARNESS SIDE)
(VI
—
- / v a
18 | 28| 3B | 4B | 5B | EB | 7B | 8B
9В | 1081 1181128 1138 |148 | 158 | 168
Is voltage 0.5 V at fully closed
throttle, and approx. 4.5V at
fully open throttle.
NOTE:
There should be a smooth
transition from 05 V to
e Check for poor connec-
tions or loose wires.
e Substitute a known-good
TCS control unit and
recheck.
approx. 4.5V as the throttle is
depressed.
NO
Repair open in the RED/BLU wire
between the TCS control unit and
throttle position sensor.
(Codes are indicated by the Check
Engine Light and the [Da] indicator
light if there is a short.)
View from terminal side
19-45
|
Troubleshooting (TCS)
- TCS Control Valve Angle ( 4 TH2) Sensor
Remove the ABS B2 (15A)
fuse in the under-hood fuse/
relay box for more than 3
seconds to reset the TCS
control unit.
Start the engine.
Confirm the TCS code (see
page 19-14).
Problem Code 3-7: TCS control valve angle ( # TH2) sensor
NOTE: |
The standard wheel speeds (initial offset memory) is erased when the ABS B
2 (15A) fuse is disconnected.
Be sure to input new standard wheel speeds again after inspection (see page
19-11).
NO
C Is code 3-7 indicated? DD =
YES
Intermittent failure.
Check for poor connections
or loose wires.
Turn the ignition switch OFF.
Disconnect the 3P connector
from the TCS control valve
angle sensor.
Turn the ignition switch ON.
Measure the voltage between
the No. 1 (—) and No. 3 (+)
terminals.
NO
< Is there approx. 5V? »>—
YES
Turn the ignition switch OFF.
Connect the 3P connector to
the TCS control valve angle
Sensor.
{To page 19-47)
Approx. 5V?
® {VX O
\=/
View from terminal side 7
3 | 2 | 1
~~ A
YEL/WHT WIRE
GRN/WHT WIRE
ee CONTROL VALVE
GLE SEN
3P CONNECTOR | NÓ CONTROL VALVE
L 5
(HARNESS SIDE) 3P CONNECTOR
(HARNESS SIDE)
YEL/WHT WIRE
Measure the voltage between
the No. 3 terminal (+) and
body ground.
Approx. 5V?
= View from terminal side
Check for open or short in the
NO YEL/WHT wire between the
< Is there approx. 5V? = TCS control valve angle
sensor and ECU. If wire is OK,
YES substitute a known-good ECU
and recheck.
Repair open in the GRN/WHT
wire between the TCS
control valve angle sensor
and ECU.
19-46
(From page 19-46)
Remove the intake air duct
(see page 19-78).
Disconnect the 16P connector
from the TCS control unit.
Turn the ignition switch ON.
Measure the voltage between
the TCS control unit 16P
connector terminal 1B (+) and
body ground.
Is voltage approx. 45 V at fully
open TCS control valve, and 0.5 V
at fully closed TCS control valve.
NOTE:
There should be a smooth
transition from approx. 4.5 V and
0.5 V at the TCS control valve is
closed (see page 19-58).
NO
Turn the ignition switch OFF.
Disconnect the 3P connector
from the TCS control valve
angle sensor.
Check for continuity between
the 16P connector terminal 1B
and body ground.
< Is there continuity? D>—
NO
Check for open in the BLU/GRN
wire between the TCS control
unit and TCS control valve angle
sensor. If the wire is OK, replace
the TCS control valve assembly
{faulty TCS control valve angle
sensor) and recheck.
YES
YES
® Check for poor connec-
tions or loose wires.
e Substitute a known-good
TCS control unit and
recheck.
Continuity? |
TCS CONTROL UNIT
16P CONNECTOR
(HARNESS SIDE)
BLU/GRN WIRE
(9 TH2)
18 | 28| 38| 48 | 5B | 68 | 78 | 88.
(98 |108|118|128|13B|14B[158/168
View from terminal side
TCS CONTROL UNIT
16P CONNECTOR
{HARNESS SIDE)
BLU/GRN WIRE
(9 TH2)
18 | 28) 38 | 48 | sB | 68 | 78 | 88 | |
9в | 10в| 118 128 |138 [14| 158 |168
Repair short in the BLU/GRN
wire between the TCS
control unit and TCS control
valve angle sensor.
View from terminal side
19-47
Troubleshooting (TCS)
NOTE:
Г Individual Wheel Sensors
Problem Code 4-1: Right front wheel sensor
4-2: Left front wheel sensor
4-4: Right rear wheel sensor
4-8: Left rear wheel sensor
e The TCS indicator light comes on if any wheel speed signal from the ABS control unit stops for more than three seconds
when either the left or right rear wheel speed is 10 mph (16 km/h) or more.
e If the wheel speed signals from the ABS control unit are abnormal, the TCS control unit makes the TC FC signal to ECU O У.
The ECU then indicates PGM-FI system code 36. After the repair is completed, reset the ECU (see section 11).
Remove the ABS B2 (15A)
fuse in the under-hood fuse/
relay box for more than 3
seconds to reset the TCS
control unit and ABS control
unit.
Test drive for approx. ©
seconds at more than 10 mph
(16 km/h).
Confirm the TCS code (see
page 19-14).
NO
Are codes 4-1, 4-2, 4-4 and/or
4-8 indicated?
YES
NOTE:
The standard wheel speeds (initial offset memory) in the control unit is erased
when the ABS B2 (15A) fuse is disconnected.
Be sure to input new standard wheel speeds into the control unit again after
inspection (see page 19-11),
TCS CONTROL UNIT
26P CONNECTOR
(HARNESS SIDE)
MA | 2A| 3A | 4A | SA | 6A ВА | ЗА [10a] ~112al13A]
14A| |16A]17A|18A|19A|20A] 7 122Al 23Al 24A|25A|26A
View from terminal side
Turn the ignition switch OFF.
Disconect the 26P connector
from the TCS control unit.
Measure the voltage between
the 26P connector terminal 22
A (+) and body ground with
the brake pedal depressed.
Confirm the ABS code (see
ABS section).
NO
Repair open or short in the
GRN/WHT wire between the
TCS control unit and brake
switch.
YES
Are codes 4-1, 4-2, 4-4 and/or
4-8 indicated?
NO
{To page 19-49)
Repair according to the ABS
troubleshooting chart (see
ABS section).
| YES
| < Is there battery voltage? > ————
Battery voltage?
GRN/WHT WIRE
(STOP)
Intermittent failure.
Check for poor connections
or loose wires.
19-48
(From page 19-48)
Measure the voltage between
the TCS control unit 16P
connector terminals (+) and
body ground:
No. 8B: Right front
No. 6B: Left front
No. 4B: Right rear
No. 28: Left rear
Is there O0 V when the wheel is
stopped and approx. 2 V when
the wheel is rotated by hand.
NO
Turn the ignition switch OFF.
Disconnect the 14P connector
from the ABS control unit.
YES
Turn the ignition switch ON.
Measure the voltage between
the TCS control unit 16P
connector terminals (+) and
body ground:
No. 8B: Right front
No. 6B: Left front
No. 4B: Right rear
No. 2B: Left rear
< Is there approx. 5V?
YES
Turn the ignition switch OFF.
(To page 19-50)
NO
NOTE:
e Use the 10V range or a similar range in the analog tester.
e Confirm that the analog tester needle swings to approx. 2V.
ШИ
ov А...
View from terminal side
TCS CONTROL UNIT
16P CONNECTOR
(HARNESS SIDE)
fr г
18 | 281 3B | 48 | 5B | EB | 78 | 8B
98 | 10B| 11B|128))13B | 14B|15B|16B
\
e Check for poor connec- \
tions or loose wires. LT GRN WIRE GRN/BRN WIRE
e Substitute a known-good (RLP) (FLP)
Tes control unit and GRN/ORN WIRE GRN WIRE
recheck. (RRP) (FRP)
TCS CONTROL UNIT
16P CONNECTOR
{HARNESS SIDE)
Approx. 5V? 1
= Г f Т \ -
18 | 2B| 3B | 4B | 58 | 6B | 7B 1 8B
View from terminal side | gg | 108) 118| 1281381481 158) 168
LT GRN WIRE GRN/BRN WIRE
(RLP) (FLP)
GRN/ORN WIRE GRN WIRE
(RRP) (FRP)
Turn the ignition switch OFF.
Disconnect the 16P connector
from the TCS control unit.
(To page 19-50)
(cont‘d)
19-49
Troubleshooting (TCS)
(From page 19-49)
- Individual Wheel Sensors (cont'd)
(From page 19-49)
View from terminal side
TCS CONTROL UNIT
16P CONNECTOR
(HARNESS SIDE}
18
2B | 38
E
8B
A
4B [5B | 6B | 7B
ЭВ
|
108{ 118[128{138| 148} 158 168
Check for continuity between
the 16P connector terminals
and body ground:
No. 8B: Right front
No. 6B: Left front
No. 4B: Right rear
No. 2B: Left rear
NO
< Is there continuity? > — -
YES
Repair short in wire between
the TCS control unit and ABS
control unit:
GRN: Right front
GRN/BRN: Left front
GRN/ORN: Right rear
LT GRN: Left rear
Measure the voltage between
the ABS control unit 14P
connector terminals (+) and
body ground:
No. 5: Left front
No. 6: Right front
No. 13: Right rear
No. 14: Left rear
ABS CONTROL UNIT
| \
LT GRN WIRE
{RLP)
GRN/BRN WIRE
(FLP)
GRN WIRE
RN/ORN E
RAP WIR (FRP)
(RAP)
e Check for poor connec-
tions or loose wires.
® Substitute a known-good
TCS control unit and
recheck.
GRN WIRE
(FRP)
fn
Approx. 5 V?
GRN/BRN WIRE pprox
14P CONNECTOR
(HARNESS SIDE)
5
(FLP) \
4
View from terminal side
==
9 13
À
YES
< Is there approx. 5V? > —
NO
® Check for poor connec-
tions or loose wires.
e Substitute a known-good
ABS control unit and
recheck.
Repair open in wire between
the TCS control unit and ABS
control unit:
GRN: Right front
GRN/BRN: Left front
GRN/ORN: Right rear
LT GRN: Left rear
10 | 11
pa
GRN/ORN WIRE
(RRP) LT GRN WIRE
(RLP)
19-50
fo
— All Wheel Sensors
Problem Code 4-9: All wheel sensors
NOTE:
engine is running.
Remove the ABS B2 (15A)
fuse in the under-hood fuse/
relay box for more than 3
seconds to reset the TCS
control unit and ABS control
unit.
Start the engine.
Confirm the TCS code (see
page 19-14).
The TCS indicator light comes on if all wheel speed signals from the ABS control unit stop for more than five seconds while the
NOTE:
The standard wheel speeds (initial offset memory) in the control unit is
erased when the ABS B2 (15 A) fuse is disconnected.
Be sure to input new standard wheel speeds into the control unit again
after inspection (see page 19-11).
NO
< Is code 4-9 indicated? —
Intermittent failure.
Check for poor connections
or loose wires.
YES
Check the ABS indicator light.
YES
Repair according to the ABS
Measure the voltage between
the TCS control unit 16P
connector terminals (+) and
body ground with the wheels
stopped.
No. 8B: Right front
No. 68: Left front
No. 4B: Right rear
No. 2B: Left rear
View from terminal side
| indicator light O bleshooti id
Ci s the ABS indicator light ON? — BS section guide (see TCS CONTROL UNIT
. : 16P CONNECTOR
NO (HARNESS SIDE)
Approx. 5 V?
(18 | 28| 38 | 48 | 5B | 6B | 78 88
98 | 108 ULT Bl14 EN
LT GRN WIRE GRN WIRE
(RLP) (FRP)
CAN WIRE GRAJBAN WIRE
NO
< Is there approx. 5 V? > —
YES
(To page 19-52)
® Check for poor connec-
tions or loose wires.
e Substitute a known-good
TCS control unit and
recheck.
(cont'd)
19-51
Troubleshooting (TCS)
All Wheel Sensors (cont'd)
(From page 19-51)
ABS CONTROL UNIT GRN/BRN WIRE
14P CONNECTOR (FLP)
(HARNESS SIDE)
Approx. 5 V?
Measure the voltage between
the ABS control unit 14P (WV |
connector terminals (+) and =
body ground with the wheels
|-—
stopped. +
No. 6: Right front GRN WIRE
No. 5: Left front } (FRP)
No. 13: Right rear
No. 14: Left rear ! 2 3 == 4 > 6
718 19 1190 111 {12 { 13 | 14-
View from terminal side /
GRN/ORN WIRE
(RAP) Y) 7
Repair open in wire between
the TCS control unit and ABS LT GRN WIRE
NO control unit: (RLP)
< Is there approx. 5V? — GRN: Right front
GRN/BRN: Left front
YES GRN/ORN: Right rear
LT GRN: Left rear
® Check for poor connec-
tions or loose wires.
® Substitute a known-good
ABS control unit and
recheck.
19-52
NOTE:
operates properly.
Remove the ABS 82 (15A)
fuse in the under-hood fuse/
relay box for more than 3
seconds to reset the TCS
control unit.
Start the engine and run it for
more than 3 seconds.
Confirm the TCS code (see
page 19-14).
Г Fail-safe Relay/TCS Control Valve Actuator
fo)
Problem Code 5-1: Fail-safe relay system and TCS control valve actuator system
The TCS control unit closes the TCS control valve once after the engine is started to check that the TCS control valve actuator
NOTE:
The standard wheel speeds (initial offset memory) in the control unit is
erased when the ABS B2 (15 A) fuse is disconnected.
Be sure to input new standard wheel speeds into the control unit again
after inspection (see page 19-11).
NO
< Is code 5-1 indicated? > —
Intermittent failure.
Check for poor connections
or loose wires.
YES
Turn the ignition switch OFF.
Check the TCS (15A) fuse in
the under-hood fuse/relay box.
TCS (15A) FUSE
NO
C Is it normal? DD]
Replace the TCS (15A) fuse
and recheck.
YES
Check the fail-safe relay (see
page 19-74).
NO
< Is it normal? > —
YES
Turn the ignition switch ON.
(To page 19-54)
Replace the fail-safe relay and
recheck.
UNDER-HOOD FUSE/RELA Y BOX
FAIL-SAFE RELAY
UNDER-HOOD RELAY BOX C
- (cont'd)
19-53
Troubleshooting (TCS)
(From page 19-53)
Measure the voltage between
the No. 1 terminal (+) of the
fail-safe relay connector and
body ground.
- Fail-safe Relay/TCS Control Valve Actuator (cont'd)
Battery voltage?
TS
y
No.1 TERMINAL
(From No. 22 {20A) fuse)
fe
—
—
6
—
—
E
r
um”. is
NO
< Is there battery voltage? »>—
YES
Repair open in the BLK/YEL
wire between the fail-safe
relay and under-dash fuse/
relay box.
Measure the voltage between
the No. 2 terminal (+) of the
fail-safe relay connector and
body ground.
YES
Turn the ignition switch OFF.
Install the fail-safe relay.
Disconnect the 26P connector
from the TCS control unit.
Turn the ignition switch ON.
Measure the voltage between
the 26P connector terminal 8A
(+) and body ground.
;
(To page 19-55)
NO
{ Is there bettery voltage? —]
Repair open in the GRN/RED
wire between the fail-safe
relay and under-hood fuse/
relay box.
—
A 1 J
FAIL-SAFE RELAY CONNECTOR
Battery vohage?
No.2 TERMINAL |
(From TCS (15A) fuse)
TT LL
AN
LC
—
|
С
—
AS
al y
[=
FAIL-SAFE RELAY CONNECTOR
Battery voltage?
RED/BLK WIRE
APR
TCS CONTROL UNIT V
26P CONNECTOR |
(HARNESS SIDE)
|
MA | 2A| 3A] 4A |5A | 6A | 8A | 9a |10А| „”|12А|1ЗА
14A 16A|17A118A | 19A|20A 22A| 23Al 24 A125A/26A
View from terminal side
19-54
{From page 19-54)
NO
( Is there bettery voltage? a
YES
Turn the ignition switch OFF.
Connect the 26P connector to
the TCS control unit.
Turn the ignition switch ON.
Measure the voltage between
the 26P connector terminal 8A
(+) and body ground.
Start the engine.
When the TCS indicator light
remains on: Is there battery
voltage?
After the TCS indicator light
goes off: Is there no voltage?
| YES
(To page 19-56)
NO
Turn the ignition switch OFF.
Check for continuity between
the 26P connector terminal 8A
and body ground,
RED/BLK WIRE
(FSR)
Continuity?
7]
1А | 2А\ ЗА | 4А | БА
4
6A ЗА | 9A [10A 12A|13A
14A 16A}17A[18A
19A120A 22A| 23A| 24A| 25A | 26A
View from terminal side
TCS CONTROL UNIT
26P CONNECTOR
(HARNESS SIDE)
NO
< Is there continuity? —
Repair open in the RED/BLK
wire between the fail-safe
relay and TCS control unit.
YES
Repair short in the RED/BLK
wire between the fail-safe
relay and TCS control unit.
TCS CONTROL UNIT
26P CONNECTOR
(HARNESS SIDE}
RED/BLK WIRE
(FSR)
1A | 2A| 3A | 4A | SA | 6A | 7 | BA | A | 10A! 7 112A] 13AÍ
14A 164]17a 18411841204] 1224] 23A] 24A]25A( 26A
View from terminal side
e Check for poor connec-
tions or loose wires.
¢ Substitute a known-good
TCS control unit and
recheck.
(cont’d)
19-55
Troubleshooting (TCS)
- Fail-safe Relay/ TCS Control Valve Actuator (cont'd)
NOTE:
(From page 19-55) Since there is a capacitor inside the TCS control unit, the battery voltage can
| be measured if the fail-safe relay system is functioning.
Battery voltage?
Measure the voltage between TCS CONTROL UNIT VY
. 26P CONNECTOR (47
the TCS control unit 26P (HARNESS SIDE) |
connector terminal 13A (+) +
and body ground. \
(1a | 2a( 3a] 4a [5a [6a] /( 8A | 9A 10a] 112Al13A!
14A 16A|17A|18A 119A [20A 22A|23A|24A|25AJ26A
| View from terminal side C /
NO BRN/WHT WIRE
< Is there battery voltage? >— Turn the ignition switch OFF. (VP)
YES
Disconnect the 26P connector
from the TCS control unit.
JUMPER WIRE
Remove the fail-safe relay
from under-hood relay box C. No.2 TERMINAL (N
TT NN
AW
C1 BY C]
7 1
FAIL-SAFE RELAY CONNECTOR
Connect the No. 2 and No. 4 No.4 TERMINAL
terminals of the fail-safe relay
connector with a jumper wire.
Battery voltage?
Measure the voltage between Les CON RO UNIT (Y)
the 26P connector terminal 13 (HARNESS SIDE) |
A (+) and body ground. +
4] 2a] 3al salsa [6a | 71 8A | 9A [100] 7 120) 13A!
14A 16A) 17A|18A 1 19A|20A 22А| 2ЗА| 24А 254 26A
View from terminal side BRN/WHT WIRE
(VP)
NO Repair open in the BRN/WHT
< Is there battery voltage? > wire between the fail-safe
relay and TCS control unit.
YES
Substitute a known-good
(To page 19-57) TCS control unit and recheck.
19-56
fo
(From page 19-56)
TCS CONTROL UNIT
26P CONNECTOR
| (HARNESS SIDE) DLU/YEL WIRE
Turn the ignition switch OFF.
Ч
1A | ЗА | ЗА | 4А | SA | BA ВА | 9A |10A 12A[13A
Disconnect the 2P connector
from the TCS control valve 14A 16A|17A|18A | 19A/20A 22A| 23A| 24A 25A 26A
actuator and the 26P
connector from the TCS View from terminal side
control unit. Q
BLU/BLK WIRE
(M +) |
Check for continuity between Continuity?
the 26P connector terminals ontinuity
and body ground:
No. 25: BLU/BLK (M +)
No. 26: BLU/YEL (M —)
YES Repair short in the BLU/BLK
< Is there continuity? D— wire and/or BLU/YEL wire
between the TCS control unit
NO and actuator.
Connect the harness side 2P TCS CONTROL VALVE ACTUATOR TCS CONTROL UNIT
connector No. 1 and No. 2 2P CONNECTOR 26P CONNECTOR
terminals with a jumper wire. (HARNESS SIDE) (HARNESS SIDE)
FO IL View from terminal side
Check for continuity between 2 1 BLU/YEL WIRE
the 26P connector terminals (M —}
25A and 26A. | \
VU or —
/ 1A | 2A! 3A | 4A | БА | 6А ВА | ЗА [10A 12А NISA
JUMPER WIRE 14A T5A| 17A|18A | 19A|20A 22A! 23A! 24 A1?25A!26A
View from terminal side /
BLU/BLK WIRE
(M +)
NO Repair open in the BLU/BLK
C Is there continuity? > — wire and/or BLU/YEL wire
between the TCS control unit Lo.
YES and actuator. Continuity?
Measure the resistance
between the No. 1 and No. 2
terminals of the TCS control
valve actuator 2P connector.
TCS CONTROL VALVE ACTUATOR
2P CONNECTOR
(HARNESS SIDE)
{ Is the resistance less than 2.50 ?
YES
—
NO
e Check for poor connec-
tions or loose wires.
* Substitute a known-good
TCS control unit and
recheck.
(To page 19-58)
No View from terminal side
142
©)
Less than 2.502 ?
(cont'd)
19-57
Troubleshooting (TCS)
r Fail-safe Relay/TCS Control Valve Actuator (cont'd)
(From page 19-57)
CAUTION:
Connect the battery (+) e Be careful not to short the terminals.
terminal to the No. 1 terminal e Disconnect the (—) terminal from the actuator immediately after the TCS
of the actuator 2P connector, control valve clicks (is fully closed).
and the (—) terminal to the No.
2 terminal for 1-2 seconds to TCS CONTORL VALVE ACTUATOR
operate the TCS control valve 2P CONNECTOR
actuator. (ACTUATOR SIDE)
View from terminal side
112
NO Remove the intake air duct
and recheck the TCS control
Does the TCS control valve | valve operation. If it is
click? defective, replace the TCS
control valve assembly (see
YES page 19-78).
Operate the TCS control valve
tuator with the b 1 |
Zou or with the battery 10 TCS CONTORL VALVE ACTUATOR
: 2P CONNECTOR
(ACTUATOR SIDE)
Measure the resistance
between the No. 1 and No. 2 View from terminal side
terminals of the TCS control 1 2
valve actuator 2P connector.
NO The TCS control valve
{ Is the resistance less than 2.50? у actuator is faulty. Replace the
TCS control valve assembly (a)
YES (see page 19-78).
Less than 2.50?
* Check for poor connec-
tions or loose wires.
e Substitute a known-good
TCS control unit and
recheck.
19-58
©
— TCS Control Valve Actuator
Problem Code 5-2: TCS control valve actuator does not operate normally due to low voltage
NOTE:
Remove the ABS B2 (15A) The standard wheel speeds (initial offset memory) in the contro! unit is
fuse in the under-hood fuse/ erased when the ABS B2 (15 A) fuse is disconnected.
relay box for more than 3 Be sure to input new standard wheel speeds into the control unit again
seconds to reset the TCS after inspection (see page 19-11).
control unit.
Start the engine.
Confirm the TCS code (see
page 19-14).
NO Intermittent failure.
( ‚ Is the code 5-2 indicated? > — Check for poor connections
or loose wires.
YES
Turn the ignition switch OFF.
TCS CONTROL UNIT
26P CONNECTOR
(HARNESS SIDE)
. WHT WIRE
Disconnect the 26P connector (VB)
from the TCS control unit.
Turn the ignition switch ON. > —
More than 12.5 v 1A | 24] 3A 4A [5A | 6A ВА | 9A |10A| 7 l12A]13A
14A 16A/17A}18A | 19A|20A 22A] 23A) 24A/25A|26A
Measure the voltage between
the 26P connector terminal 1A
(+) and body ground.
NO Check the battery terminals
{ ls there more than 12.5 V? — for looseness and charging
system (see section 23).
YES
View from terminal side
® Check for poor connec-
tions or loose wires.
e Substitute a known-good
TCS control unit and
recheck.
19-59
Troubleshooting (TCS)
- Back-up Voltage (VB)
Problem Code 5-3: Abnormal VB (back-up voltage)
NOTE:
Remove the ABS B2 (15A) The standard wheel speeds (initial offset memory) in the control unit is
fuse in the under-hood fuse/ erased when the ABS BZ {15 A) fuse is disconnected.
relay box for more than 3 Be sure to input new standard wheel speeds into the control unit again
seconds to reset the TCS after inspection (see page 19-11),
control unit.
Start the engine and run it at
more than 1,000 rpm for more
than 10 seconds.
Confirm the TCS code (see
page 19-14).
NO Intermittent failure.
< Is the code 5-3 indicated? > Check for poor connections
or loose wires.
YES
Turn the ignition switch OFF.
TCS CONTROL UNIT
26P CONNECTOR
(HARNESS SIDE)
Disconnect the 26P connector : E WIRE
from the TCS contro! unit.
[|
More than 7 V? 1A | 2A| 3A| 4A | SA | 6A ВА | 9a [10a] “l12Al13A
Turn the ignition switch ON.
14A 16A[17A|18A (19A{20A 22A| 23A| 24A[25A 126A
Measure the voltage between
(+) and body ground.
NO Check the battery terminals
< Is there more than 7 V? > — for looseness and charging
system (see section 23).
YES
* Check for poor connec-
tions or loose wires.
e Substitute a known-good
TCS control unit and
recheck.
19-60
O,
- A/T Gear Position Signal
Problem Code 6-1: A/T gear position signal
NOTE:
When the back-up voltage is disconnected from the TCS control unit, the TCS control unit on an A/T model goes into the M/T
mode. Once the engine is started, however, the TC SP signal switches the TCS control unit back to the A/T mode. The system
mode can be confirmed by performing the ‘’steering angle sensor system check”.
Confirm the A/T system code
(see section 14).
YES Repair according to the PGM-
< Is a code indicated? »>— FIAT Electronic Control Unit
(ECU) system troubleshooting
NO guide (see section 14).
Raise the car and support it
with safety stands (see TCP WIRE
section 1).
Approx. 5V?
"7 TCS CONTROL UNIT
Start the engine. 26P CONNECTOR
+ (HARNESS SIDE)
Se fe transmission into [PR] 1A | 2A| 3A|4alsa|eA|/ sa | 9A |10A) / |12A) 13A
14A 16A[17A[18A [19A 120A 22A123A) 24A]25A 126A
View from terminal side
Measure the voltage between
the TCS control unti 26P
connector terminal 5A (+) and
body ground.
NO
< Is there approx. 5 V? > (To page 19-63)
ORN/BLE WIRE
YES (TC SP)
Sift the transmission into [1] or No voltage?
TCS CONTROL UNIT
TT 26P CONNECTOR
(HARNESS SIDE)
Measure the voltage between I
the TCS control unit 26P .
connector terminal SA (+) and (1A | 2A[ 3A [44a [5A] 6A | /] 3A | 9A 1100) / 120) 13A
body ground.
14A 16A|17A118A | 19A]20A 22A123A[ 24A]25A 126A
View from terminal side
(cont'd)
(To page 19-62)
19-61
Troubleshooting (TCS)
(From page 19-61)
YES
Shift the transmission into
and slowly increase the speed
up to 30 mph {80 km/h).
Measure the voltage between
the TCS control unit 26P
connector terminal BA {+) and
body ground.
- A/T Gear Position Signal (cont'd)
NO
4 Is there no voltage? — Turn the ignition switch OFF.
Disconnect the 26P connector
from the A/T side of the ECU.
ORN/BLU WIRE
Turn the ignition switch ON. {TC SP)
TCS CONTROL UNIT
| 26P CONNECTOR
© {HARNESS SIDE)
1 No voltage? ’
1A | 2A| 3A | 4A | 5A | БА sa | 9a [10a] 7 l12Al13A)
14A 16A| 17A|18A | 1I9A|20A 22A| 23A]| 24A| 25A | 26A
View from terminal side
Measure the voltage between
the TCS control unit 26P
connector terminal 5A (+) and
body ground.
NO
< Is there no voltage? — Substitute a known-good
TCS control unit and recheck.
YES
Substitute a known-good
ECU and recheck.
NOTE:
e Check with the engine warmed-up.
e Use the 10 V range or similar range in the analog tester.
e Confirm that the analog tester needle swings to approx. 2.5 V.
NO
< Is there approx. 2.5 V? >—
YES
* Check for poor connec-
tions or loose wires.
e Substitute a known-goog
TCS control unit and
recheck.
BV 7“
Substitute a known-good ov | | / | | |
ECU and recheck.
ORN/BLU WIRE .
Approx. 2.5 V? (TC SP)
TCS CONTROL UNIT
26P CONNECTOR
= (HARNESS SIDE)
f ‘ / —
TA | 2A| 3À | 4A | 5A | 6A 8A | 9A |10A 12A113A
14A 16A|17A[18A | 19A | 20A 22A| 23A] 24A[25A 126A
View from terminal side
19-62
(From page 19-62)
Turn the ignition switch OFF.
Connect the test harness with
the adaptor to the A/T side of
the ECU (see section 14).
Start the engine.
Shift the transmission into [P]
[N]or[2].
Measure the voltage between
the test harness No. A 11
terminal (+) and body ground.
NOTE:
Modify the test harness (07LAJ—PT3010A) connector by removing the bars
from both ends of the A (26P) male connector block.
A11 (TC SP)
Approx. 5V?
TEST HARNESS
OOOCOCOCOOOOCOOC | OOOOOQQO
OOOOOOCGCO0O0OO0OO|OGO0O00900
000000
0000Q0
00000000000
00000000000
YES
< Is there approx. 5V? >
NO
Repair open in the ORN/BLU
wire between the TCS
control unit and ECU.
| Turn the ignition switch OFF,
Disconnect the 26P connector
from A/T side of the ECU and
the 26P connector from the
TCS control unit.
Check for continuity between
the TCS control unit 26P
connector terminal 5A and
body ground.
YES
< Is there continuity? DS
NO
(To page 19-64)
ne
ORN/BLU WIRE
(TC SP)
Continuity?
TCS CONTROL UNIT
26P CONNECTOR
(HARNESS SIDE)
‘aa | 2А| ЗАТ ад БА | вА | "| ва | ЭА lio0al 7 l12a|13A)
14a] 116al17al18al19al20a] [2241 23a] 244254 [264
View from terminal side
Repair short in the ORN/BLU
wire between the TCS
control unit and ECU.
(cont'd)
19-63
Troubleshooting (TCS)
(From page 19-63)
Reconnect the 26P connector
to the TCS control unit.
Measure the resistance
between the 26P connector
terminals BA and 20A or the
16p connector terminal 5B of
the TCS control unit.
- A/T Gear Position Signal (cont'd)
0 Q?
ORN/BLU WIRE —
(TC SP) BRN/BLK WIRE (LGE 1)
ya a
7 ®
2A | 3A | 4A
5A | 6A 8A | 9A |10A! 7 l12a/13A) [18] эв | 381 4858 168 | 78 | 8B
14A
16A}17A
18A|19A|20A 22A|23A|24A|25A|26A| [9B [10B[11B{12B(13B{14B|15B]16B
X
NO
Substitute a known-good
ECU and recheck.
YES
< ls there 0 Q? Da
\ | View from terminal side
BRN/BLK WIRE (LGE 2)
TCS CONTROL UNIT TCS CONTROL UNIT
26P CONNECTOR 16P CONNECTOR
(HARNESS SIDE) (HARNESS SIDE)
Replace the TCS control unit
and recheck.
NOTE:
The normal resistance is approx.
125k Q for reference.
19-64
- TCS Function Test
Traction Control System Function Test
Raise the car and support it
with safety stands (see
section 1).
Turn the ignition switch ON.
| NOTE:
Check the TCS indicator lights, The TCS activation light and TCS switch indicator light come on for about 2
TCS activation light and TCS seconds after the ignition switch is turned on, then go off. The TCS indicator
switch indicator light. light stays on.
NO
< Are the lights come on? — Perform the troubleshooting
on page 19-17.
YES
Start the engine. |
| NOTE:
Check the TCS indicator light. | The TCS indicator light stays on and the system is not ready when the
coolant temperature is below 0°C (32°F).
NO
< Does the light go off? >Ñ——1 Perform the troubleshooting
on page 19-21.
YES
Check the TCS switch
indicator light.
| NO
{ Does the light come on? > Replace the TCS control unit
and recheck.
YES
Shift the transmission into 2nd
(M/T) or [2] (A/T).
Press the accelerator pedal
about 1/3 down.
Make sure that the speedometer
indicates at 12-20 mph (20-30 km/
h) and the engine speed is at 1,000-
2,000 rpm.
| NO Confirm the TCS code (see
< Is it normal? — page 19-14) and repair
according to the trouble-
YES shooting guide.
Check that the TCS activation
light (green) flash at the same
time.
(To page 19-66)
(cont'd)
19-65
Troubleshooting (TCS)
- TCS Function Test (cont'd)
(From page 19-65)
|
NO
‹ Do the lights flash? D—
YES
Replace the TCS control unit
and recheck.
Depress the brake pedal and
stop the front wheels.
Push the TCS switch ane time.
Check that the TCS indicator
light comes on and TCS
switch indicator light goes off.
NO
< Do the lights operate properly? y—————
YES
(To page 19-67)
NOTE:
Stop the front wheels slowly to prevent damage to the suspension.
TCS CONTROL UNIT
16P CONNECTOR
(HARNESS SIDE)
—
[1
2B| 3B
TW
4B | 5B | 6B | 7B | 8B
B
E: 10B| 11B|12B|13B|14B| 158 16B
Turn the ignition switch OFF.
Disconnect the 16P connector
from the TCS control unit.
Turn the ignition switch ON.
Measure the voltage between
the TCS control unit 16P
connector terminal 13B (+)
and body ground with the TCS
switch released.
View from terminal side \
BRN/RED WIRE
(TC SW)
>=
< Is there O V?
Replace the TCS switch and
recheck.
YES
Measure the voltage between
the TCS control unit 16P
connector terminal 138 (+)
and body ground with the TCS
switch pushed.
YES
< Is there battery voltage? J
Replace the TCS control unit
and recheck.
NO
(To page 19-67)
19-66
(From page 19-66) (From page 19-66)
Check the TCS switch (see
page 19-74).
NO
< Is it normal? оу Replace the TCS switch.
YES
Repair open in the BRN/RED
{BRN} wire between the TCS
control unit and TCS switch.
Shift the transmission into 2nd
(M/T) or [2] (A/T).
Press the accelerator pedal
about 1/3 down.
Make sure that the traction
control does not operate and
the TCS activation light and
TCS indicator light do not flash.
NO
C Is it normal? > — Replace the TCS control unit.
YES
NOTE:
Depress the brake pedal and Stop the front wheels slowly to prevent damage to the suspension.
stop the front wheels.
Shift the transmission into
neutral (M/T) or [N] (A/T).
Perform the “steering angle
sensor system check” (see
page 19-26).
NO :
C Is it normal? > Repair as necessary.
YES
Test drive and return the car
to the customer.
19-67
|
Troubleshooting (TWS)
- TWS Indicator Light Blinks
The TWS indicator light blinks during driving
NOTE:
Check the four tire air
pressures.
The TWS blinks the TWS indicator light when it detects the abnormal tire air pressure during driving. The TWS indicator light
goes off when the ignition switch is turned OFF and it blinks when the system detects the abnormality again.
NOTE:
The TWS may blinks indicator light during driving under the following
conditions:
* when one or more different tires are installed.
e when the tire chains are installed.
e when there are the significant differences in speed between the wheels,
such as being towed with a trailer.
NO
{ Are tire air pressure normal? > ————
Adjust the tire air pressure(s).
YES
Check the tire for wear.
NOTE:
Reset the standard wheel speeds (see page 19-11), test drive the car and
make sure that the TWS indicator light does not blink.
NO
‹ Is all tires worn evenly? >
Equalize the tread depthes of
the tires as possible by the
tire rotation or change.
YES
| Turn the ignition switch OFF.
Disconnect the TCS control
unit 26P connector.
Measure the voitage between
26P connector terminal 22A
and body ground with the
brake pedal pressed.
NOTE:
It is important to equalize the tread depthes of the left and right front tires.
TCS CONTROL UNIT
26P CONNECTOR
(HARNESS SIDE)
/
[1a] 2a]3a]4A 5A 68174 18A 9A [10a] 11240134)
14Al/ |16A)17A|18A19A|20A) 7 |22A|23A|24A|25A|26A
View from terminal side \
GRN/WHT WIRE
NO
‹ Is there battery voltage? —
Repair open in the GRN/WHT Battery voltage? (STOP)
wire between the TCS =
control unit and brake switch.
YES
Measure the voltage between
26P connector terminal 22A
and body ground with the
brake pedal released.
YES
‹ Is there voltage? >
Replace the brake switch.
{Brake switch stuck ON)
NO
(To page 19-69)
19-68
O,
(From page 19-68)
Pull up the parking brake lever.
Measure the voltage between
26P connector terminal 9A
and body ground.
TCS CONTROL UNIT
26P CONNECTOR GRN/RED WIRE
(HARNESS SIDE) (PARK)
Battery voltage?
(A| 2A [3A [4A [5A [6A | 7A | 8A [9A 10A| /T12A|13A
14A| / |16A]17A|18A|19A|20A) / |22A|23A|24A |25A|26A
View from terminal side
YES
C Is there voltage? »>—
NO
Replace the parking brake
switch.
(Parking brake switch stuck
OFF)
The system is OK at this time.
Reset the standard wheel
speeds [see page 19-11) and
recheck.
19-69
Troubleshooting (TWS)
- TWS Indicator Light Do Not Come On
TWS indicator light do not come on for two seconds when the ignition switch is first turned on (no bulb check).
NOTE: No. 13 (7.5A) FUSE
The TWS indicator light stays on until the engine is started.
Turn the ignition switch ON.
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Do the other indicator lights \ NO
(ABS, Check Engine Light, | Turn the ignition switch OFF.
SRS, etc.) come on?
YES
Check the No. 13 {7.5 A) fuse
in the under-dash fuse/relay
box. UNDER-DASH FUSE/RELAY BOX
NO
< Is it normal? Replace the fuse and recheck.
YES
Repair open in the YEL wire
between the under-dash
fuse/relay box and gauge
assembly.
BLU/WHT WIRE
‘1A| 2A | 3A | 4A | 5A | GA | 7A | BA | 9A [10A] 7” 12AÏ13A
Turn the ignition switch OFF. = 1 3
14A 16A/17A|1BA/19A/20A 22A|23A |24A |25A [26A
Disconnect the 26P connector / View from terminal side
from the TCS control unit TCS CONTROL UNIT
26P CONNECTOR
(HARNESS SIDE)
Turn the ignition switch ON.
Ground the 26P connector
terminal 7A to the body
ground and check the light.
® Replace the defective bulb.
NO ® Repair open in the BLU/
‹ Do the light come on? — WHT wire between the
gauge assembly and TCS
YES control unit.
(To page 19-71)
19-70
(From page 19-70)
Check the ABS B2 (165A) fuse
in the under-hood fuse/relay
box and the No. 22 (20A) fuse
in the under-dash fuse/relay
. box.
—— NO
< Are they normal? —
YES
ABS B2 (15A) FUSE
UNDER-HOOD FUSE/RELAY BOX
No. 22 (20A) FUSE
Replace the ABS B2 (15A)
fuse and/or No. 22 {20A) fuse
and rechek.
Measure the voltage between
the 26P connector terminal 1A
(+) and body ground.
UNDER-DASH FUSE/RELAY BOX
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NOTE:
The standard wheel speeds
(initial offset memory) in the
control unit is erased when the
ABS B2 (165A) fuse is
disconnected.
Be sure to input new standard
wheel speeds into the control
unit again after inspection (see
page 19-11).
TCS CONTROL UNIT
WHT WIRE (VB) 26P CONNECTOR
(HARNESS SIDE)
MALZA|3ALAA | 5A|6A|7A | 8A | 9A Под! 7 I12AN13A)
Battery voltage?
14A| 7 [16A)17A|18A19A/20A! / [22A123A[24A [25A [26A
NO
< Is there battery voltage? >
YES
Repair open in the WHT wire
between the TCS control unit
and under-hood fuse/relay
box.
Measure the voltage between
the 16P connector terminai 10
B (+) and body ground.
TCS CONTROL UNIT
16P CONNECTOR
(HARNESS SIDE)
View from terminal side
1B
2B | 3B | 48 | 58 | 6B | 78 | 88
ЭВ
NO
< Is there battery vottagez >
YES
{To page 19-72)
Repair open in the BLK/YEL
wire between the TCS
control unit and under-dash
fuse/relay box.
108 11В| 1281138 |148 1 15В [168
Battery voltage?
View from terminal side
BLK/YEL WIRE (IG1)
(cont'd)
19-71
Troubleshooting (TWS)
- TWS Indicator Light Do Not Come On (cont'd)
Continuity?
(From page 19-71) BRN/BLK WIRE (LGE 1)
res om \
| 1
Turn the ignition switch OFF. (HARNESS SIDE) ~~~
(18 | 2в | 38 | 48 | 58 | 68 | 7В | 88
9В | 10В | 118 |128 |138 | 14В | 15В | 168
Check for continuity between
the 16P connector terminal 5B
and body ground, and between View from terminal side
the 26P connector terminal 20
A and body ground.
TCS CONTROL UNIT
26P CONNECTOR
(HARNESS SIDE) N
vy
1A | 2А | 3A | 4A | 5A | BA | 7A | 8A | 9A M0A| 7 [12A|13A
14A| / |16A|17A|18A|19AI20A| / |22A|23A124A |25A126A
View from terminal side
BRN/BLK WIRE (LGE 2)
Continuity?
e Repair open in the BRN/
NO BLK wire between the TCS
< Is there continuity? »>— control unit and body
ground.
YES e Repair poor ground (G101).
® Check for poor connec-
tions or loose wires.
® Substitute a known-good
TCS control unit and
recheck.
19-72
NOTE:
Turn the ignition switch OFF.
Disconnect the TCS control
unit 26P connector.
Turn the ignition switch ON.
~- TWS Indicator Light Does Not Go Off
5)
The TWS indicator light does not go off after the engine is started.
BLU/WHT WIRE
(From TWS INDICATOR LIGHT)
If the TWS indicator light and TCS indicator light come on after the engine is started or during driving, confirm the TCS code and
repair according to the TCS troubleshooting guide.
ТАЗА Г ЗА АА [5A | 6A | 7A (BA | 9A [104] 124/134
14A 16A|17A|18A|19A|20A 22A123A 124A 125A (26A
View from terminal side
TCS CONTROL UNIT
26P CONNECTOR
(HARNESS SIDE}
NO
‹ Does the light go off? O
YES
Repair short in the BLU/WHT
wire between the gauge
assembly and TCS control
unit.
Substitute known-good TCS
control unit and recheck.
19-73
Electronic Components
Г TCS Switch Test
Remove the TCS switch assembly from the dashboard
lower cover.
TCS SWITCH ASSEMBLY
There should be continuity between the A and B terminals
when the switch is pushed and there should be no
continuity when the switch is released.
There should be continuity between the C and D terminals,
and between the E and F terminals at all time.
A-B: Switch
C-D: indicator light
E-F: lllumination light
- Fail-Safe Relay Test
Remove the fail-safe relay from under-hood relay box C.
FAIL-SAFE RELAY
UNDER-HOOD RELAY BOX C
There should be continuity between the No. 2 and No. 4
terminals when the battery is connected to the No. 1 and
No. 3 terminals. There should be no continuity between the
No. 2 and No. 4 terminals when the battery is disconnected.
No. 2 NO. 3
No. 4 NO. 1
19-74
— Lateral acceleration (Lg) Sensor Test -
CAUTION: Be careful not to drop or bump the Lg sen-
sor. The Lg sensor may be damaged if dropped or bumped
hard.
Remove the rear seat-back (see section 20).
Remove the Lg sensor with its bracket from the body.
NOTE: Do not remove the Lg sensor from the bracket
unless necessary.
Lg SENSOR
Turn the ignition switch ON.
Measure the voltage between the No. 2 (+) and No. 3
(—) terminals with the connector connected.
There should be approx. 2.5 V when the Lg sensor is
vertical.
There should be approx. 1.5 V when the Lg sensor is
horizontal with the left (bracket) side facing down.
There should be approx. 3.5 V when the Lg sensor is
horizontal with the right (connector) side facing down.
No.3 No.2 No.1
View from wire side
a
N
ANT
O
RIGHT SIDE LEFT SIDE
O,
— TCS Control Unit Replacement ——
1. Remove the rear seat-back (see section 20).
2, Disconnect the connectors from the TCS control
unit.
Remove the three bolts and the TCS control unit.
TCS CONTROL UNIT
BOLTS
CONNECTORS
3. Install the TCS control unit in the reverse order of
removal.
19-75
Electronic Components
—Steering Angle Sensor Replacement
1. Remove the column covers.
INE
2. Disconnect the steering angle sensor 5P connector.
3. Remove the steering angle sensor mounting bolts.
NOTE:
There may be adjustment shims between the steering
angle sensor and bracket. Take care not to drop or
lose them.
STEERING ANGLE SENSOR
MOUNTING BOLTS
10 Nm (1.0 kg-m, 7 lb-ft}
CAUTION:
The steering angle sensor is the precision instrument.
Do not strike or drop it. The sensing section of the
steering angle sensor is covered with the extremely
thin protection film. Handle the steering angle sensor
with care not to touch the sensing section with a
hand and do not allow any parts and material to come
in contact with the section.
4. Set the adjustment shims on the steering angle sensor
and install the steering angle sensor on the steering
column with care not to drop the shims tighten the
mounting bolts.
NOTE:
After installation, check that the shims are installed
properly and the steering angle sensor contacts with
the bracket.
CAUTION:
Do not apply grease or adhesive agent to the
adjustment shims with the intention of holding the
shims in place or prevention of the shims from
dropping.
ADJUSTMENT SHIMS (©)
SENSING SECTION
STEERING ANGLE SENSOR
MOUNTING BOLTS
10 Nm (1.0 kg-m, 7 1b-ft) e
UL
(
A
—5. Connect the steering angle sensor 5P connector.
6. Install the column cover.
7. Perform the steering angle sensor system check (see
page 19-26) to check that the steering angle sensor
functions properly. If there is a problem, perform the
troubleshooting for Problem Code 2-1 (see page 19-26).
Adjustment Shim Selection
NOTE:
The steering shaft-to-steering angle sensor clearance is
controlled to stabilize the output of the steering angle
. sensor. Select the correct adjustment shims that match
with the respective matching marks stamped on the
steering column.
+ CAUTION:
It is necessary to select the shims only when the steering
column assembly {without the steering angle sensor) has
been replaced.
Use the original adjustment shims when the steering
angle sensor is replaced.
19-76
The matching marks (numerical letter 1 through 8) are
stamped on the steering column as shown.
MATCHING
MARKS
Select the adjustment shims according to the following
tables:
Part Name
B
D
19-77
TCS Control Valve Assembly
- Removal/Installation
CAUTION:
Be careful not to damage the TCS control valve when handling the TCS control valve assembly.
Removal
Disconnect the vacuum tube, breather pipe and air hose from the intake air duct.
Loosen the intake air duct band screws and remove the intake air duct.
BREATHER PIPE VACUUM TUBE
ALIGNING MARK
CUTOUT
AIR HOSE
INTAKE AIR DUCT
Disconnect the TCS control valve angle sensor connector and actuator connector.
Remove the drain tube from the clamp on the TCS control valve lower bracket.
Disconnect the water hoses and breather tube from the TCS control valve body.
Remove the TCS control valve brackets.
Remove the four nuts and the TCS control valve assembly from the mounting rubber.
MOUNTING RUBBER UPPER BRACKET 6 x 1.0 mm BOLT
12 N-m (1.2 kg-m , 9 Ib-ft)
ANGLE SENSOR
CONNECTOR
BREATHER TUBE
WATER HOSES
8 x 1.25 mm NUT
| == SL
e
ACTUATOR CONNECTOR VTA
CG
o
. DRAIN TUBE
“ À
MS
LOWER a 8 x 1.25 mm BOLT
BRACKET 22 №т (2.2 kg-m, 16 Ib-ft)
Installation
Install the TCS control valve onto the mounting rubber and tighten the nuts.
Temporarily install the TCS control valve brackets.
Tighten the upper bracket bolt first, then tighten the lower bracket bolts.
Install the removed parts in the reverse order of removal.
NOTE:
Align the cutout in the air intake duct with the aligning mark on the TCS control valve body.
22 №т (2.2 kg-m, 16 Ib-ft)
19-78
Body
Rear Emblems
Installation .................-.e.-..e.ew...enmeon.. 20-3
Sunroof
Index ............-...ee..eenrreeccenmenreonenenoneae. 20-2
+ The rear emblems have been changed.
* The sunroof construction has been changed.
| Outline of Model Changes
Sunroof
Index
SLIDE SWITCH ASSEMBLY
SLIDING GLASS
OUTER CABLE
ASSEMBLY
BRACKET COVER =
DRAIN CHANNEL 8 à = 8
3 Ss e
AL
-
-
~~
SUNSHADE accu"
GLASS
BRACKET
DRAIN
CABLE SLIDER
FRAME SEAL
RAIL HOLDER у I
= Y TN
U
e
& © Ч
с ES
REAR DRAIN TUBE
SUNROOF FRAME I
F— FRONT DRAIN TUBE
er
Чё
20-2
Rear Emblems
— Installation
Apply the rear emblems where shown.
NOTE:
® Before applying, clean the trunk lid surface with a
sponge dampened in alcohol.
e After cleaning, keep oil, grease and water from get-
ting on the surface.
e When applying, make sure there are no wrinkles in
the rear emblems.
Attachment Points (Reference): Unit: mm (in)
ACURA or HONDA
EMBLEM
LEGEND
EMBLEM
{ACURA or HONDA Emblem)
| 29 (1.1)
ama lf)
I= =
Lo
43 (1.7)
TRUNK LID
{LEGEND Emblem)
TRUNK LID
| 178 (7.0) | 178 (7.0)
|
L EGEND
|
72 | Ч 72 |
(2.8) (2.8){ |
| LOCK CYLINDER
GUIDE FOAM
4
o
N
æ
20-3
— Automatic Climate Control
lustrated Index ................e.-..e...eseenerneraaren 22-2
A/C System Service
Performance Test ....................eeeienernerenes 22-3
The suction pipe of air conditioning system has been changed (LHD model).
Г Outline of Model Changes
lllustrated Index
AUTOMATIC
CLIMATE CONTROL
UNIT
SUNLIGHT
SENSOR
BLOWER UNIT ASPIRATOR FAN
MOTOR
IN-CAR TEMPERATURE
SENSOR
DISCHARGE LINE
MODE
CONTROL
MOTOR
3 E. f | HEARTER-
| NE EVAPORATOR UNIT
RECEIVER/DRYER \ SUCTION LINE
TRIPLE A/C COMPRESSOR
PRESSURE
SWITCH |
CONDENSER
OUTSIDE AIR
TEMPERATURE
SENSOR
22-2
A/C System Service
- Performance Test
kPa
(kg/cm?)
[psi]
3000 —
(30)
[427]
2500 —
(25)
[356] kPa
(kg/cm?) °C
[psi] (°F)
2000 — 400 — 30 —
(20) (4) (86)
[284] [57]
DELIVERY
1500 — 300 — 25 4 PRESSURE
(15) (3) (77)
1213] [43] |
DELIVERY
PRESSURE
1000 — 200— | 20 —
(10) (2) 6 INTAKE
[142] [28] PRESSURE
100 15 =
(1) (59)
[14]
INTAKE A
PRESSURE — 30%
0 10 = .
(50) LL
DELIVERY
TEMPERATURE 007
Е =
(41)
DELIVERY
TEMPERATURE
te Г Г т
25 30 30 40 °С
(77 (86) (95) (104) (°F)
INTAKE AIR TEMPERATURE
22-3
Read this before you do any electrical work on the car.
The Legend Coupe Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) includes a driver's airbag, located in the steering wheel
hub, a front passenger's airbag, located in the dashboard above the glove box, and seat belt pretensioners, located
in the seat belt retractors.
Information necessary to safely service the SRS is included in the ‘93 Legend Coupe Shop Manual Supplement
(62SP121). Items marked with an asterisk (*) on the contents page include, or are located near, SRS components.
Servicing, disassembling or replacing these items will require special precautions and tools, and should therefore
be done only by an authorized Honda dealer.
A WARNING
e To avoid rendering the SRS inoperative, which could lead to personal injury or death in the event of a severe
frontal collision, all SRS testing and repair must be done by an authorized Honda dealer.
® Improper procedures, including incorrect removal and installation of the SRS components, could lead to per-
sonal injury caused by unintentional activation of the airbags and seat belt pretensioners. |
e All SAS electrical wiring harnesses are covered with yellow outer insulation. Related components are located
in the steering column, center console and armrest, dashboard lower panel, and in the dashboard above the
glove box. Do not use electrical test equipment on these circuits.
— Outline of Model Changes
* Brake Light: The failure sensors of all models have been changed.
« Gauge Assembly: The TCS and Tire Pressure Watching System (TWS) lights have been added to the KG,
KX, KF, and KS models.
» Keyless/Power Door Locks: A trunk receiver unit has been added, and the system has been renamed to
“Keyless Entry System”.
+ Safety Indicator: The failure sensors of all models have been changed.
« Shift Lever Position Indicator: The circuit has been partly changed.
Electrical
Brake Lights ............... Crees cannenennnes 23-15
Gauge Assembly ..…...........….….….….…..….... 23-2
*Keyless Entry System
(Except KU model) ................. ras 23-17
Safety Indicator a... aera 23-10
*Shift Lever Position Indicator ..... eens 23-17
*Read SRS precautions on page 23-41 of the 93 Legend Coupe Shop Manual
Supplement (62SP121), then install the short connectors on the airbags
before working in these areas.
— Special Tool
Ref. No.
Tool Number Description Qty Page Reference
® | 07MAJ—SP00200 | Keyless Entry Checker 17 | 23-23
Gauge Assembly
— Circuit Diagram
LHD : G301
RHD : G201
1
UNDER - DASH
FUSE BOX
UNDER - HOOD IGNITION
FUSE/RELAY BOX SWITCH No.13 (7.54): LHD
BATTERY 0.13 (7.5A):
No.31 (120A) No.35 (50A) No.17 (7.5A): RHD
H— pe WHT =e) O4= BLKVEL — — EL YEL
No.22
(20A)
| BLK/YEL
No.46 (20A)
FUSE
BLK/YEL YEL
RED/YEL
C8 [C10] C7 POTTS 1
1 _ - 1 = CC _ = = —
1 !
{ |
’ I |
’ I |
i i
! I
I I
HIGH I | ANTI-LOCK WASHER
BEAM CHARGE | TCS TCS BRAKE FLUID LEVEL
; INDICATOR SYSTEM | INDICATOR Э ACTIVATION | SYSTEM (ABS) INDICATOR
' LIGHT LIGHT | 9 LIGHT — LIGHT INDICATOR LIGHT . COOLANT
(1.4W) (1.4W) | (1.12W) (1.120) ı LIGHT (1.4W) TEMPERATURE
I I (1.4W) (European model) GE
| |
WASHER
i FLUID
I | LEVEL
' ! CIRCUIT
I i
LL _ 21 LL | __ _ ne LL
C1O [CS] C5 D18 D3 D16 D8 | D7
| 1
RED/BLU WHT/BLU | BLU/RED RED/GRN | BLU/RED GRN/BLK YEL/GRN
1 |
| I
I BLU/RED |
) BLU/RED |
| BLU/RED BLU/RED
I I
I |
| !
DIMMER VOLTAGE Tes !
RELAY REGULATOR CONTROL WASHER FLUID EN COOLANT
UNIT I ANTI-LOCK LEVEL SWITCH <= | TEMPERATURE
1 i BRAKE {European model) <q J SENDING UNIT
b (KG, KX, KF, and KS models) SYSTEM (ABS)
.------------------ 3 CONTROL
UNIT
BLK
[ 1: RHD |
23-2
TO NEXT
YEL PAGE
No.49 (15A) ECU
FUSE (NE pulse)
RED/BLK BLU YEL
DS D22 A20 A1
— 5) TONEXT
| PAGE
—_ ———— )
FAILURE TACHOMETER ODO/TRIPMETER SPEEDOMETER LOW FUEL
DISPLAY € GAUGE | DRIVE CIRCUIT DRIVE CIRCUIT DRIVE CIRCUIT FUEL G INDICATOR
CIRCUIT LIGHTS я GAUGE LIGHT
—_— a 3.0Wx2 (1.4W)
( 1.4007 } р
0.91W
TACHOMETER EPR MOTOR METER —
р
© TO NEXT
— | _ …. A —+-- La _ er _ LL / , PAGE
D5 D1 A3 A22 A21 )
- ECU
- CRUISE CONTROL UNIT
- AUTOMATIC CLIMATE CONTROL UNIT
BLK RED BLK/YEL | - POWER SEAT CONTROL UNIT YEL/WHT GRN/RED
- SPEED ALARM UNIT (KY model)
YEL/RED -- -
FUEL
LOW
YEL/RED Z SAUCE FUEL
| UNIT SENSOR |
, y
DASHLIGHT
BRIGHTNESS SPEED SENSOR BLK BLK
CONTROL UNIT _ | _
a:
| FUEL GAUGE UNIT
GRN/WHT BLK
4 ECU |
- (To ground) -
LHD : G401, G402, G403 LHD : G406 ‚
RHD ; 6402, 6403 AHD : GA05, G406 (cont'd)
23-3
Gauge Assembly
— Circuit Diagram (cont'd)
No.14 {7.5A)
FUSE
FROM
PREVIOUS (€
PAGE © Ç
{ST signal)
No.49 (15A) (ko KT, and )
FUSE KY models
RED/BLK BLK/WHT VEL
A4 C2 | B3
mu Ba _ a oT 1 - —_ nn
| „--|----- 3 |
I
CRUISE CONTROL | | BRAKE
DIMMING CIRCUIT | | | CIRCUIT
I I
i i
CRUISE GAUGE ! ws | BRAKE CHECK
LIGHT © LIGHTS SHIFT LEVER (9) LIGHT | С SYSTEM © ENGINE
(1.4W) (3.0Wx2) POSITION INDICATOR | (1.4W) | М AW
DIMMING CIRCUIT | 11.4) (1.40
—A— | |
i |
I !
I |
I |
{ |
L
-- _ -- = - | _- 1 - - --
A2 | Аб A5 1. {A 1 ANTI-LOCK Ci Сб
1 BRAKESVSTEM
BLK BLU/BLK RED | BLU/WHT 1 ÉONTROLUNIT GRN/RED BLU
| |
| f
| i
| i
GRN/RED
CRUISE DASHLIGHT | TCS ECU
CONTROL BRIGHTNESS | CONTROL |
UNIT CONTROL UNIT 1 UNIT
| |
I i
| (KG KX KE) GRN/RED GRN/RED
1 \and KS models/
| — — — — = — —d
HS PARKING
FLUID BRAKE
NE SWITCH
BLK
LHD: 6401, 6402, 6403 6202
RHD : G402, G403
23-4
I (European model) |
TURN SIGNAL SWITCH I |
A ¡ HAZARD |
SRS UNIT ^\ ı SWITCH |
| |
\ / \ / 1 I
I |
| '
| 1
BLU GRN/BLU GAN/YEL | ORN
I
B2 cs B7 I | C3
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- - - fp =
1 !
i !
I \
Г — — —= [= == = == = == = 1 l | ’
i - i I 1 !
I I ARD |
! | INDICATOR |
) SRS (1-40 |
! ! L IGHT TURN! :
PRESSURE 1 SEATBELT | | INDICATOR SIGNAL SIGNAL |
INDICATOR ! 3) PENN CIRCUIT 3) INDICATOR (9) INDICATOR |! E.
LIGHT ' (1.4W) | LIGHT LIGHT | 4
(1.4W) | (1.4W)
| , SAS
) 1 INDICATOR
| LIGHT .
: (1.4W]
i i
! J
oe __ CL Lo м __ __ …_ _ __ __
C4 C3 ! B1
| I
YEL/RED | BLU/VEL BLK
| i
I |
! J
| |
| I
YEURED YEL/RED J
| 1
1 |
I |
I i
1 I
OIL , '
PRESSURE (|! { !
SWITCH 1 ,
OILLEVEL | INTEGRATED I
UNIT | CONTROL UNIT |
(European I |
model) 1 (KY model) |
| vm = = = 4
à QO
LHD : G401, G402, G403
RHD : 6402, G403
23-5
Gauge Assembly
Г Bulb Location
GAUGE LIGHTS (1.4 W x 2)
00000001
HIGH BEAM INDICATOR LIGHT (1.4 W)
HAZARD INDICATOR LIGHT (1.4 W) [European model] or LOW OIL PRESSURE INDICATOR LIGHT (1.4 W)
SEAT BELT REMINDER LIGHT (1.4 W) [KY model]
LEFT TURN SIGNAL INDICATOR LIGHT {1.4 W)
RIGHT TURN SIGNAL INDICATOR LIGHT (1.4 W)
BRAKE SYSTEM LIGHT (1.4 W) CHARGE SYSTEM LIGHT (1.4 W)
SRS INDICATOR LIGHT {1.4 W) CHECK ENGINE LIGHT (1.4 W)
CRUISE LIGHT (1.4 W) ANTI-LOCK BRAKE SYSTEM (ABS) INDICATOR
TIRE PRESSURE LIGHT (1.4 W)
WATCHING SYSTEM
TWS) LIGHT WASHER FLUID LEVEL
+ 4 wi LIGHT (1.4 W)
о (European model)
LOW FUEL
INDICATOR LIGHT A
(1.4 W) _
BEY RE DO
en ha LoS
- CC
Aa
2 e
= are EZ
| JE a a =
©®© A
О Г — rr {
\_ Г — — J
177 —
GAUGE LIGHTS (3.0 W x 3) ICS ACTIVATION Tes INDICATOR GAUGE LIGHT (3.0 WI
LIGHT (1.12 W) LIGHT (1.12 W)
23-6
Shift Lever Position Indicator
— Circuit Diagram
UNDER - DASH
IGNITION
UNDER — HOOD FUSE/RELAY BOX SWITCH FUSE BOX
BATTERY No.13 (7.5A): LHD
No.31 (120A} No.35 (50A) No.17 (7.5A]: RHD
. ECU
. TCS CONTROL UNIT No.49 (15A)
(LHD of except KY model) FUSE ECU
LT GRN YEL RED/BLK YEL/RED
{In the gauge assembly) Al A4
= - O
SHIFT LEVER POSITION INDICATOR DIMMING CIRCUIT
: Fa JT Fan ry 1
Y —
P] IB) IN) [1]
| | A16
1 (1.12W0] (1.12W0] (1.1200) (1.1200) (1.12W0] {1.12W)FE (1.12W) 1
+ 3 У
А10 |
1 | в
J ! ||
> 1
INTERLOCK A18 | A17 | A14 A13 {A12 TAN A2 A5
CONTROL UNIT
(KQ model) GRN/WHT GRN GRN/BLU GRN/ORN BLK RED
GAN/RED GRN/YEL ECU
GRN/WHT \ / \ / \ /
GRN/RED
No.49 (15A) GRN/BLK
FUSE
GRN/BLU
GRN/YEL
RED/BLK GRN/RED GAN/VEL [7777 GRN/ORN
GRN/WHT | GRN/BLU | GRN/ORN
| | _)
del
SHIFT
eon A
LIGHT и” [1] \ /
(1.4W) _
DASHLIGHT
BRIGHTNESS
| SHIFT POSITION CONTROL UNIT
CONSOLE SWITCH
RED
DASHLIGHT G402, G403: Without security system
BRIGHTNESS G601: With security system
CONTROL UNIT — m
LHD: » LHD : G401, G402, G403
RHD: 6521, 6522 RHD : 6402, 6403
23-7
Shift Lever Position Indicator
— Indicator Input Test
CAUTION: CONNECTOR ”’B” {Carries the SRS indicator signal)
® All SRS wiring harnesses are covered with yellow |
outer insulation.
e Before disconnecting any part of the SRS wire har-
ness, install the short connectors (see page 23-41 of
the 93 Legend Coupe Shop Manual Supplement
[62SP 1211). |
e Replace the entire affected SRS harness assembly if
it has an open circuit or damaged wiring.
© After installing the gauge assembly, recheck the oper-
ation of the SRS indicator light.
Remove the gauge assembly from the dashboard and dis-
connect the 22-P connector from the gauge assembly.
Inspect the connector terminals to be sure they are all
making good contact.
SRS MAIN HARNESS
{Covered with yellow outer insulation)
e If the terminals are bent, loose or corroded, repair them
as necessary, and recheck the system,
® If the terminals look OK, make the following input tests
at the connector.
— If any test indicates a problem, find and correct the
cause, then recheck the system.
— If all the input tests prove OK, the indicator must
be faulty; replace printed circuit board A and the
odo/trip meter.
LT GRN RED RED/BLK YEL
Y \ BLK
+
| — y
J DX TL Semon
/ TON
GRN/RED GRN GRN/YEL
GRN/WHT YEL/RED GRN/BLU
View from wire side
22-P CONNECTOR
23-8
No Wire Test condition Test: Desired result Possible cause if result is not obtained
Under all conditions Check for continuity to ground: | * Poor ground (G401, G402, G403: |
1 BLK There should be continuity. LHD or G402, G403: RHD)
An open in the wire
Ignition switch ON (I) Check for voltage to ground: * Blown No. 13: LHD or No. 17:
2 YEL There should be battery voltage. RHD (7.5 A) fuse
» An open in the wire
GRN/WHT | Shift lever in [P] Check for continuity to ground: | » Faulty shift position console switch
GRN/RED Shift lever in G There should be continuity. » Poor ground (G601 * or G402,
G403: LHD or G521, G522: RHD)
3 GRN Shift lever in - An open in the wire
GRN/BLU | Shift lever in
GRN/YEL | Shift lever in
GRN/ORN | Shift lever in
Ignition switch ON (11) Check for voltage to ground: * Faulty shift position console switch
and shift lever in There should be battery voltage.| * Faulty ECU
* Poor ground (G601* or G402,
G403: LHD or G521, G522: RHD)
» An open in the wire
4 | YEL/RED Ignition switch ON (1) Check for voltage to ground: * Faulty ECU
and shift lever in any should be less than 1 V for two | * An open in the wire
position except seconds after the ignition
switch is turned ON and more
than battery voltage two se-
conds later.
RED/BLK Lighting switch ON and | Check for voltage between * Faulty dash lights brightness con-
5 and RED dash lights brightness RED/BLK and RED terminals: trol system
control dial on full bright | should be battery voltage. * An open in the wire
6 LT GRN Ignition switcn ON (Il) Check for voltage to ground: « Faulty ECU
should be about b V.
* An open in the wire
*: With security system
23-9
Safety Indicator
— Circuit Diagram
UNDER — HOOD FUSE/RELAY BOX
No.39 (20A)
WHT/GAN ' — (A)
To page 23-11
{Except KY model)
IGNITION SWITCH To page 23-12
BATTERY (KY model)
No.31 1120A) — No.35 (50A) BAT
D— WHT Om
1С1
6 BLK/YEL
BRAKE YSTEM No.49 (15A)
(ku. KY, KW, ) FUSE
and KH models No.13 (7.5A): LHD \ 7
No.17 (7.5A); RHD
UNDER - DASH
WHT/BLU GRN/RED 2 FUSE BOX YEL RED/BLK
D4 {in the gauge assembly) D10 | D9
WHT/BLU WHT/BLU
- 1 & e 1
© || © |
(3.4W) (0.91W) (0.91 W) 10.91W) (0.91W) | (+ 1.12W)
4 ‚ 06
SAFETY INDICATOR CIRCUIT WHT/GRN 2
TRUNK To page 23— 11
LIGHT (Except KT model)
To page 23-12
Dis [Dis D12 D11 D5 D1 (KY model)
GRN/BLK GAN/BLK GAN GRN/BLU GRN/RED' BLK RED WHT/GRN 2
- LEFT COURTESY LIGHT INTEGRATED LEFT RIGHT DASHLIGHT INTEGRATED
- RIGHT COURTESY LIGHT CONTROL UNIT DOOR DOOR BRIGHTNESS CONTROL UNIT
- FRONT DOME LIGHT (Ke KX, KF, ) SWITCH SWITCH CONTROL ( , KX, KF, )
- REAR DOME LIGHT nd KS models UNIT and KS models
GRN/BLK
TRUNK
LATCH
SWITCH
BLK * : Exclusive use of safety
indicator
LL
G951 LHD : G401, G402, G403
RHD : G402, G403
23-10
Except KY model:
From page (A WHT/GRN "®
трее ©
WHT/GRN WHT/GRN
BRAKE
LIGHT
SWITCH
- INTERLOCK SYSTEM (KQ model)
- HORN SYSTEM
- SECURITY INDICATOR
GRN/WHT “KT, KQ, and KG models)
, GRN/WHT |
CRUISE CONTROL UNIT GRN/WHT
+ ECU
- ANTI-LOCK BRAKE
SYSTEM (ABS)
CONTROL UNIT
r----------- q
I f
From page (B 1 i
23-10 ® I 1
! {
WHT/GAN — GRN/WHT 1 GRN/WHT |
! I
pr === == Я М = бен НН М > НЫ ЗН НН чл = МН и = San EU о == == ЗБ > -_ - "_ -_ nm _ A == = 1 I
| a — = = == —— = = | I i I I
{ B D | | | |
| 1 " N 1 - l
| | Eq I nO Ej 1 | I
i J 1 I {
| | 1 ! i | | ! I i
Lo | | 1 |; : ! GRN/ORN
{ | o í | ! ! | | | I I
I 1 | I I | HIG 1
NM I | 1 | MOUNT |
г: OO e o 1 | >) ВА |
| i <-> 1 ВН | == I LIGHT 1
! FAILURE С А ! I FAILURE B | I (45CP) 1
1, SENSOR s 1 ! . SENSOR ‚ | 1 {
|" " | po » | 1 |
| | I | | |
1 BRAKE i l | + BRAKE , | |
Pos (e LIGHT « | no e ba LIGHT «+ I I
No (21W) i I i (21W) i I
| HE |
I 1 1 I } |
т: | no | в i I
l | i rt | I
|... | |... — , RIGHT 1 BLK |
| LEFTTAILLIGHT 200 | | LEFTTAILLIGHT 000 e TAILLIGHT |
(KF, KG, and KX models) (RHD and KS models) BLK BLK ! i
í 1
| ) |
| |
1 I I
) l
BLK | !
| I
! 1 \
A | A 1
- 1 - I
G551 | 6521
L____ 6922 ____5
{KT and KQ models}
(cont'd)
1
23-11
Safety Indicator
— Circuit Diagram (cont'd)
KY models:
From page (A)—————=— WHT/GRN ——
23-10
WHT/GRN WHT/GRN
BRAKE
LIGHT
SWITCH
- HORN SYSTEM
- SECURITY INDICATOR
GRN/WHT
GRN/WHT —a
GRN/WHT
- CRUISE CONTROL UNIT
- ECU
- ANTI-LOCK BRAKE
SYSTEM (ABS)
CONTROL UNIT
From page UB -
23-10 E
WHT/GRN — GRNAWHT GAN GRN/WHT GRN/WHT
Ta] Pote > 7 U
| || mul
q | o! Е |
----- | ----- cee]
| | | | on
y o Y I ! MOUNT
o BRAKE
| | >) LIGHT
LEFT С Е RIGHT E С (45CP)
» FAILURE : + FAILURE |
SENSOR SENSOR
| ORN GRN/ORN | | GRN/ORN ORN |
{BRAKE BRAKE + ! BRAKE BRAKE
| LIGHT LIGHT | | LIGHT LIGHT |
(32CP) (32CP) (32CP) (32CP)
сете | TT Rk aix
BLK i
BLK
<Q
G551 G405
23-12
1. First make sure the brake lights come on when the
brake pedal is pressed.
© If all brake lights come on, go to step 2.
e If one of the brake lights does not come on, check
whether the bulb is blown. If the bulb is OK, go
to step 2.
e if none of the brake lights come on, check the
brake light circuit (see page 23-15).
2. Open the trunk lid and remove the access panel to
the left taillight. Watch the | BRAKE LAMP] light in
the safety indicator when the A (RHD) or B (LHD)
(WHT/GRN) wire of the 6-P connector is grounded
and the ignition switch is turned from OFF to ON (11).
6-P CONNECTOR
View from wire side
ACCESS PANEL
© If the [BRAKE LAMP| light comes on and stays
on, check for an open in the A (RHD) or B (LHD)
(WHT/GRN) wire between the safety indicator
and the failure sensor.
e |f the |BRAKE LAMP| light does not stay on, go
to step 3.
E Brake Light Failure Sensor Test (Except KY model)
3.
Watch the | BRAKE LAMP | light as you turn the igni-
tion switch from OFF to ON (Il), with the B (RHD)
or A (LHD) (GRN) wire of the 6-P connector ground-
ed and the brake pedal pressed.
e |f the [BRAKE LAMP] light comes on and stays
on, check for
— an open in the B (RHD) or A (LHD) (BLK) wire
between failure sensor and ground.
— poor ground at G551.
— an open in the E (GRN/ORN) wire between
failure sensor and right brake light.
— an open in the BLK wire between right brake
light and ground.
e |f the |BRAKE LAMP| light comes on and stays
on, replace the failure sensor.
23-13
Safety Indicator
1. First make sure the brake lights come on when the
brake pedal is pressed.
e |f all brake lights come on, go to step 2.
e If one of the brake lights does not come on, check
whether the bulb is biown. if the bulb is OK, go
to step 2.
e |f none of the brake lights come on, check the
brake light circuit (see page 23-16).
2. Open the trunk lid and remove the access panel to
the left taillight. Watch the [BRAKE LAMP | light in
the safety indicator when the A (WHT/GRN) wire of
.the 6-P connector is grounded and the ignition switch
is turned from OFF to ON (11).
6-P CONNECTOR
View from wire side
ACCESS PANEL
e If the | BRAKE LAMP] light comes on and stays
on, check for an open in the A (WHT/GRN) wire
between the safety indicator and the left failure
sensor.
® |f the | BRAKE LAMP] light does not stay on, go
to step 3.
3. Watch the| BRAKE LAMP] light as you turn the igni-
tion switch from OFF to ON (ll), with the B (GRN)
wire of the 6-P connector grounded and the brake
pedal pressed.
e if the | BRAKE LAMP] light comes on and stays
on, replace the left failure sensor.
e If the [BRAKE LAMP] light does not stay on, go
to step 4.
— Brake Light Failure Sensor Test (KY model)
4. Remove the access panel to the right taillight. Watch
the [BRAKE LAMP] light as you turn the ignition
switch from OFF to ON (1), with the B (GRN) wire
of the 6-P connector grounded and the brake pedal
pressed.
RIGHT FAILURE
SENSOR
View from wire side
ACCESS PANEL
® If the | BRAKE LAMP| light comes on and stays
on, there is an open in the B (GRN) wire between
the left failure sensor and the right failure sensor.
e If the {BRAKE LAMP | light does not stay on, go
to step D.
5. Watch the BRAKE LAMP| light as you turn the igni-
tion switch from OFF to ON (11), with the A (BLK)
wire of the 6-P connector grounded and the brake
pedal pressed.
® If the | BRAKE LAMP] light comes on and stays
on, replace the right failure sensor.
e If the| BRAKE LAMP| light does not stay on, check
for an open in the A (BLK) wire between the right
failure sensor and ground, and check for a poor
ground at G551.
23-14
Brake Lights
FAILURE
SENSOR
BRAKE
LIGHT
(21W)
LE
L
(KF, KG, and KX models)
T
| A EE EE
— Circuit Diagram (Except KY model)
e
Em mm em Em Em Em EE Em O O te |
BATTERY
UNDER - HOOD
No.39
(20A) FUSEIRELAY
WHT/GRN 1
WHT/GRN *
WHT/GRN !
BRAKE - HORN SYSTEM
SWITCH - - INTERLOCK SYSTEM (KG model)
- SECURITY INDICATOR
(KT, KQ, and KG models)
GRN/WHT
SAFETY
INDICATOR
WHT/GRN 2 GRN/WHT
НЕ
=
FAILURE
SENSOR
BRAKE
LIGHT
(21W)
E
| LEFT TAILLIGHT
(RHD and KS models)
Eee == == "1
| GRN/WHT
| I
“=r ma | I
| !
I l
I l
I q
I i
I I '
‚ | | I
I l !
| Ben
| 1 1
в | 6) BRAKE 1
! | LIGHT 1
| I 1450P) |
| | |
! i I
I 1 |
| Г, BRAKE ı | 6
1 “© LIGHT » | 1
1 121W) | 1
| l l
1 I
. | I I
) | | .. I I
и RIGHT | |
| I BLK |
dea TAILLIGHT ı
BLK BLK I !
I I
I I
I I
i I
I 1
BLK I I
J
I I
© | 2
- I - i
G551 , 6521 |
„_ 6522 — y
(KT and KQ models)
- CRUISE
CONTROL UNIT
- ANTI-LOCK
(ABS)
CONTROL UNIT
- ECU
GRN/WHT
BRAKE SYSTEM
23-15
Brake Lights
— Circuit Diagram (KY model)
BATTERY
(20A) FUSE/RELAY
WHT/GRN !
— WHT/GRN !
WHT/GRN ! \ /
- HORN SYSTEM
BRAKE - SECURITY INDICATOR
SWITCH
SAFETY GRN/WHT
INDICATOR
WHT/GRN® GRN/WHT
| — GRN —] GRN/WHT - GRN/WHT GRN/WHT
| | | J | . CRUISE CONTROL UNIT
rH GH ----- | ‘ а Fe <©р----- ] ' + ANTI-LOCK
BRAKE SYSTEM (ABS)
| T | | Ÿ Ÿ | CONTROL UNIT
- ECU
o | | ‚
LEFT RIGHT
| FAILURE | | FAILURE |
y SENSOR =: © SENSOR |.
| ORN GRN/ORN | | GRN/ORN ORN | HH
| I | (©) BRAKE
1 E a " LIGHT
BRAKE BRAKE "BRAKE BRAKE (45CP)
LIGHT LIGHT LIGHT LIGHT
Fo 21W) 216). + 121 21w |
LEFT TAILLIGHT [ RIGHT TAILLIGHT
BLK BLK BLK
BLK
o SL)
G551 6405
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Keyless Entry System (Except KU model)
— Component Location Index
CAUTION:
® All SRS wiring harnesses are covered with yellow out-
er insulation.
® Before disconnecting any part of the SRS wire har-
ness, install the short connectors.
® Replace the entire affected SRS harness assembly if
it has an open circuit or damaged wiring.
NOTE:
e RHD type is symmetrical to LHD type.
© For tests and replacements not mentioned here, refer
to the 91 Legend Coupe Shop Manual..
*: With security system. SRS MAIN HARNESS
KEYLESS CHARGING UNIT
Test, page 23-24
IGNITION KEY SWITCH
KEYLESS ENTRY TRUNK OPENER
CONTROL UNIT MAIN SWITCH
DRIVER'S DOOR A
RECEIVER UNIT ин)
Test, page 23-23 (7
TRUNK OPENER
SWITCH
*DRIVER'S DOOR KEY
CYLINDER SWITCH and
DRIVER'S DOOR SWITCH
(Covered with yellow outer insulation)
PASSENGER'S
DOOR LOCK SWITCH
PASSENGER'S DOOR LOCK ACTUATOR
Input test, page 23-21
| ASSEMBLY and LOCK KNOB SWITCH
_ DRIVER'S DOOR LOCK SWITCH
*PASSENGER'S KEY CYLINDER SWITCH
and PASSENGER'S DOOR SWITCH
TRUNK RECEIVER UNIT
Test, page 23-24
“7
SWITCH
я —
DRIVER'S DOOR LOCK ACTUATOR ее
ASSEMBLY and LOCK KNOB SWITCH
TRUNK OPENER SOLENOID and
*TRUNK KEY CYLINDER
À
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Keyless Entry System (Except KU model)
Circuit Diagram
UNDER - HOOD FUSE/RELAY BOX IGNITION SWITCH
BATTERY
No.31 (120A) No.35 (50A)
G- WHT O O BLK/YEL
No.44 TRANSMITTER
(20A) SECURITY CONTROL UNIT
(With security sys system} TT
_ > "7 > So
WHT/GRN a” “a
GRN/RED 3 DRIVER DOOR TRUNK
RECEIVER UNIT RECEIVER UNIT
BLU
T Y
GR ; GRN/WHT 3 WHT/BLU GRN/BLK! GRN/BLK! WHT/BLU GRN/YEL
WHT/GRN WHT/GRN |
TRUNK \ KEYLESS ENTRY CONTROL UNIT UNLOCK Lock
MAIN
SWITCH ~~ A A A ® ®
E, \ | LL NO O TT |
WHT/RED 2
TRUNK
OPENER
SWITCH
WHT/BLK WHT/BLK GRN/RED 3 GAN/WHT* BLK/WHT BLU/WHT 2 WHT/RED' YEL/RED
CONTROL UNIT
1 !
GRN/RED BLK/RED ‚CONTROL UN
CONTROL UNIT
(KY model)
)
BLU/WHT?
WHT/BLK GRN/RED GRN/RED ' )
BLU/WHT 2
mw [ETE ONT QS A |
< INDE = N- UN- IGNITION
SOLENOID ria LOCK of LOCK LOCK 3 Lock LOCK SLOCK Key. (|
DRIVER'S DOOR DRIVER'S DOOR PASSENGER'S
KEY CYLINDER LOCK SWITCH DOOR LOCK
SWITCH SWITCH
(KE model)
BLK BLK BLK BLK BLK
O | | Q Q
G551 6551 LHD: G401, G402, G403 LHD : G401, G402, G403 LHD: G401, G402, G403 LHD: G401, G402, G403
RHD : G402. G403 RHD : G402, G403 RHD : 6402, 6403 RHD: 6402, G403
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UNDER — DASH FUSE BOX
No.13 (7.5A): LHD
No.17 (7.5A): RHD
NI YEL CHARGING UNIT BLK ——————
L
-—
IGNITION [ ]: RHD
KEY
> BLK =————
)
GRN/BLK 2 GRN/RED 2
[GAN/BLUS ] INTEGRATED
CONTROL UNIT 2
GRN/BLU BLU/WHT GRN/WHT 2
[GRN/RED*) VV GRN/BLU? +=
POWER
DOOR q <q
CLOSE
CONTROL |
GRN/BLK? a SECURITY
——, GRN/RED ? CONTROL
\ / [GRN/BLU *] | UNIT
1 GRN/RED | With
- [GAN/BLUS] security
GRN/BLU * system
[GRN/RED 4]
GAN/BLU' д GAN/BLU'
[GRN/RED?] [GRN/RED*] =
GRN/RED 2
[GAN/BLU*]
GRNWHT4 ——
а GRN/BLU?
5 GRN/BLU' DOOR | DOOR
a IGRN/RED*] Lock | YEL/RED RED ASK GRN/WHT 2
YEL/RED [| GRN/BLK? KNOB LIRE BLU/ KNOB R
1
CLOSE OPEN | LOCK UN — CLOSE OPEN | LOCK UN —
LOCK © LOCK DOOR KEY
/ I / os GRN/BLU *
[GRN/RED®]
DOOR DOOR
SWITCH SWITCH 1 | 3
DRIVER'S PASSENGERS | Q | ©
DOOR LOCK DOOR LOCK « Lc
WHT/RED |! | ACTUATOR WHT/RED ' ACTUATOR — | UN- 3
Lock Y LOCK
© | 2 PASSENGER'S
BLK BLK BLK BLK aa
| | | | SWITCH
(European model)
4 1 4 4
LHD : G401, 6402, G403 LHD : G401, G402, G403 LHD: G401, G402, G403 LHD: G401, G402, G403
RHD : G402, G403 RHD : G402, G403 RHD : G402, G403 RHD : G402, G403
23-19
Keyless Entry System (Except KU model)
— Troubleshooting
NOTE: The numbers in the table show the troubleshooting sequence.
Item to be inspected
Disconnected or obstructed door lock rod/linkage
Open circuit in wires, loose or disconnected
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doesn't operate at all. 2 [G402, G403] WHT/GRN
Doors don’t Both 1 9 G401, G402, G403 | GRN/RED! ог
lock or unlock | doors [G402, G403] GRN/WHT?
with the
driver's door One 1
lock switch. door
Doors don't Both | 9 G401, G402, G403 | BLK/RED or
lock or unlock doors [G402, G403] BLK/WHT
with the pas-
senger's door One 4
lock switch. door
Doors don't Both 1 5 G401, G402, G403 | BLU/WHT! or
lock or unlock | doors [G402, G403] GRN/BLK?
with the
driver's door One 1 ;
lock knob. door
D r
ге ant Both > G401, G402, G403 | GRN/BLUZ or
with the pas- doors [G402, G403] GRN/WHT?
senger's door
key cylinder One
switch. * door
The door is not supposed
to be locked, but it is
locked. (Remains locked G401, G402, G403 2
after the ignition key is "5 [(G402, G403] BLU/WHT
inserted and the door is
opened.)
The power door lock sys-
tem operates properly but | 2|1 G401, G402, G403 CANES
the keyless entry system | [G402, G403] GRN/BLK '
doesn’t operate.
Trunk doesn’t unlock GRN/YEL
with the keyless entry 211 ao 02, 2803 GRN/BLK!
system. WHT/BLU
[ ]: RHD
* : European model
23-20
— Control Unit Input Test
CAUTION: |
e All SRS wiring harnesses are covered with yellow out-
er insulation.
e Before disconnecting any part of the SRS wire har-
ness, install the short connectors.
e Replace the entire affected SRS harness assembly if
it has an open circuit or damaged wiring.
Remove the dashboard lower panel, then disconnect the
14-P and 10-P connector from the control unit.
Inspect the connector and socket terminals to be sure
they are all making good contact.
e If the terminals are bent, loose or corroded, repair them
as necessary, and recheck the system.
e If the terminals look OK, make the following input tests
at the connector.
— If any test indicates a problem, find and correct the
cause, then recheck the system.
— If all the input tests prove OK, the control unit must
be faulty; replace it.
NOTE:
® Several different wires have the same color. They have
been given a number suffix to distinguish them (for
example, GRN/RED' and GRN/RED? are not the
same).
® The illustration shows the LHD type.
SRS MAIN HARNESS
(Covered with yellow outer insulation)
14-P CO
View from wire side
KEYLESS ENTRY
a” CONTROL UNIT
|
—
NNECTOR
10-P
CONNECTOR
GRN/BLK' BLK WHT/GRN BLK/WHT — WHT/BLK GRN
1 1
GRN/WHT? \ \ GRN/WHT GRN/BLU \
| | Y NT 1
LHD m
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GRN/YEL” / / /BLK/RED BLU/WHT?/ /GRN/RED?|GRN/RED*
; GRN/BLU2 |GRN/RED! | WHT/RED"
GRN/BLK* BLU/WHT" GRN/WHT? WHT/BLU BLU
GAN/BLK! py WHT/GRN BLK/WHT WHT/BLK GRN
1 4
GRN/WHTS \ ERN/WHT! / GRN/RED | | YEL/RED
Y y
RHD a
[ ]: KE model N
Ana Mn à |4 | 4 | A AL 4
[GRN/YEL] IBLK/RED BLU/WHT?/ [GRN/BLU?
GRN/BLK? [GRN/BLU2]\ GRN/RED! WHT/RED! BLU]
ВЕК” By U/WHT! [GRN/WHT?] WHT/BLU GRN/RED
23-21
Keyless Entry System (Except KU model)
— Control Unit Input Test (cont'd)
No. Wire Test condition Test: desired result Possible cause (if result is not obtained)
1 BLK Under all conditions Check for continuity to ground: * Poor ground G401, G402, G403 [G402,
There should be continuity. G403]
* An open in the wire
2 | WHT/GRN | Under all conditions Check for voltage to ground: * Blown No. 44 (20 A) fuse
There should be battery voltage * An open in the wire
3 |GRN/WHT! | Driver's door lock switch in | Check for voltage to ground: » Faulty driver's door lock switch
LOCK There should be 1 V or less. * Poor ground G401, G402, G403 [G402,
GRN/RED' | Driver's door lock switch in G403] |
UNLOCK and driver's door * An open in the wire
key cylinder switch in LOCK
(KE model)
4 | BLK/WHT | Passenger's door lock Check for voltage to ground: * Faulty passenger's door lock switch
switch in LOCK There should be 1 V or less. * Poor ground G401, G402, G403 [G402,
BLK/RED | Passenger's door lock 6403]
switch in UNLOCK * An open in the wire
5 | BLU/WHT! | Driver's door lock knob in Check for voltage to ground: * Faulty driver's door lock actuator
LOCK There should be 1 V or less. * Poor ground G401, G402, G403 [G402,
GRN/BLK2 | Driver's door lock knob in G4031 |
UNLOCK * An open in the wire
6 | GRN/BLU' | Driver's door opened Check for voltage to ground: * Faulty driver's or front passenger's door
[GRN/RED?] There should be 1 V or less. switch
NOTE: Before testing, remove No. * Poor ground G401, G402, G403 [G402,
GAN/RED? | Passenger's door opened 56 (7.5 A) fuse. G403]
[GRN/BLU*] * An open in the wire
7 | BLUWHT? | Ignition key is inserted into | Check for voltage to ground: * Faulty ignition key switch
the ignition switch There should be 1 V or less. * Poor ground G401, G402, 6403 [G402,
G403]
An open in the wire
8 | GRN/WHT | Passenger's door key Check for voltage to ground: . | * Faulty door key cylinder
cylinder in LOCK There should be 1 V or less as the | * Poor ground G401, G402, G403 [G402,
* | GRN/BLU? | Passenger's door key Switch is turned. G403l
cylinder in UNLOCK © An open in the wire
9 | WHT/RED! | Connect the YEL/RED Check door lock operation: * Faulty actuator
and terminal to the WHT/GRN All doors should unlock as the * An open in the wire
YEL/RED | terminal, and the WHT/RED'| battery is connected momentarily.
terminal to the BLK terminal
momentarily
Connect the WHT/RED! Check door lock operation:
terminal to the WHT/GRN All doors should lock as the battery
terminal, and the YEL/RED is connected momentarily.
terminal to the BLK terminal
momentarity
10 | WHT/BLK | Connect the WHT/BLK Check trunk opener solenoid * Faulty trunk opener solenoid
terminal to the WHT/GRN operation: * Poor ground G401, G402, G403 (G402,
terminal momentarily Trunk lid should unlock as the G403]
battery is connected momentarily. An open in the wire
11 | GRN/RED3 | Trunk key cylinder in Check for voltage to ground: * Faulty trunk key cylinder switch
UNLOCK There should be 1 V or less. * Poor ground {G551)
* An open in the wire
12 GRN Under all conditions Check for voltage to ground: * Faulty security control unit
There should be battery voltage. * An open in the wire
13 BLU Under all conditions Check for voltage to ground: * Faulty security control unit
There should be battery voltage. * An open in the wire
CAUTION: To prevent damage to the motor, apply battery voltage only momentarily.
* : European model
[ ]: RHD
23-22
— Keyless Entry System Test
CAUTION:
® All SRS wiring harnesses are covered with yellow
outer insulation.
e Before disconnecting any part of the SRS wire har-
ness, install the short connectors.
e Replace the entire affected SRS harness assembly if
it has an open circuit or damaged wiring.
SRS MAIN HARNESS
(Covered with yellow outer insulation)
NOTE: Before proceeding to testing, make sure that the
door lock system is functioning properly.
1. Adjust the voltage select switch according to local
requirements, then connect the Keyless Entry Check-
er to an AC power outlet, and check that the power
indicator light goes on.
2. Place the ignition key (transmitter) within 500 mm
{19.7 in) from the front of the infrared ray window,
and press the transmit button on the ignition key
(transmitter). Check that the ray indicator light goes
on.
e If the ray indicator light goes on, go to step 3.
KEYLESS ENTRY CHECKER
(07MAJ— S?P00200)
INFRARED RAY WINDOW
IGNITION KEY
(TRANSMITTER)
VOLTAGE
SELECT SWITCH
RAY INDICATOR LIGHT
POWER
INDICATOR LIGHT
e If the ray indicator light does not go on, insert the
ignition key into the keyless entry checker (the
charge indicator light goes on), then check again.
NOTE: If the short circuit indicator light goes on,
pull out the ignition key once and reinsert.
— If the ray indicator light goes on, go to step 4. |
— If it does not go on, check for contaminated
or deformed ignition key tip.
If the key tip is not contaminated or deformed,
the ignition key (transmitter) itself is faulty.
KEYLESS ENTRY
CHECKER
(07MAJ—SP00200)
IGNITION KEY |
(TRANSMITTER)
CHARGE INDICATOR
LIGHT
SHORT CIRCUIT INDICATOR LIGHT
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Keyless Entry System (Except
Г Keyless Entry System Test (cont'd)
3. Remove the driver's door trim panel and trunk lid in-
ner trim, and check that the receiver output levels
change when the transmit button on the transmit-
ter is pressed.
® Driver's door receiver unit
Connect the positive ( +) probe of the digital mul-
timeter to the GRN/WHT terminal and the nega-
tive (—) probe to the GRN/BLK terminal.
® Trunk receiver unit
Connect the positive ( +) probe of the digital mul-
timeter to the GRN/YEL terminal and the negative
(—) probe to the GRN/BLK terminal.
NOTE:
e Keep the 4-P (3-P) connector connected.
e Use a digital multimeter (DC range).
— If the output voltage momentarily changes to
the range of approx 3.5 mV — 1 V, go to step 4.
— If there is no voltage, check for contaminated
sensor on the receiver and external damage.
If the sensor is not contaminated and there is
no external damage, the receiver is faulty.
4-P
CONNECTOR
=
IGNITION KEY
(TRANSMITTER)
DRIVER'S DOOR
RECEIVER
LHD type is symmetrical to RHD type.
KU model)
CONNECTOR
IGNITION
KEY
IGNITION KEY
(TRANSMITTER)
TRUNK LID
Insert the ignition key (transmitter) into the ignition
switch, and turn to ON. Then check whether there .
is charged voltage of 8—10 V between the key
terminals.
NOTE: Take care not to short-circuit between the
key terminals or between the terminals and vehicle
body during voltage measurement.
© lf there is proper voltage, check for contamina-
ted sensor on the receiver and external damage.
® |f the voltage level is out of the proper range, the
charging unit is faulty.
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