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54A-1

GROUP 54A

CHASSIS
ELECTRICAL
CONTENTS
BATTERY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

54A-4

SERVICE SPECIFICATIONS . . . . .

54A-4

ON-VEHICLE SERVICE . . . . . . . . . .

54A-4

FLUID LEVEL AND SPECIFIC


GRAVITY CHECK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CHARGING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
BATTERY TEST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

54A-4
54A-4
54A-5

IGNITION SWITCH* . . . . . . . . . . .

54A-6

GENERAL INFORMATION . . . . . . .

54A-6

SPECIAL TOOLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

54A-8

TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . .

54A-9

ON-VEHICLE SERVICE . . . . . . . . . .

54A-19

HOW TO REGISTER ENCRYPTED


CODE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TRANSPONDER LOCK CHECK
<MUT-II> . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

IGNITION SWITCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION . . . . .

54A-19
54A-26
54A-28
54A-28

INSPECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

54A-29

COMBINATION METER
ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54A-30
SERVICE SPECIFICATIONS . . . . .

54A-30

SEALANT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

54A-30

SPECIAL TOOLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

54A-31

ON-VEHICLE SERVICE . . . . . . . . . .

54A-61
54A-61
54A-61
54A-62

SPEEDOMETER CHECK . . . . . . . . . . .
TACHOMETER CHECK. . . . . . . . . . . . .
FUEL TANK GAUGE UNIT CHECK. . . .
ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE
GAUGE UNIT CHECK . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

COMBINATION METER
ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION. . . . . .
INSPECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY . .

54A-63

54A-64
54A-64
54A-65
54A-66

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WANINGS REGARDING SERVICING OF SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM (SRS) EQUIPPED VEHICLES

WARNING

Improper service or maintenance of any component of the SRS, or any SRS-related component, can lead to
personal injury or death to service personnel (from inadvertent firing of the air bag) or to the driver and
paassenger (from rendering the SRS inoperative).
Service or maintenance of any SRS component or SRS-related component must be performed only at an
authorized MITSUBISHI dealer.
MITSUBISHI dealer personnel must thoroughly review this manual, and especially its GROUP 52B - Supplemental
Restraint System (SRS) before beginning any service or maintenance of any component of the SRS or any
SRS-related component.
NOTE
The SRS includes the following components: SRS air bag control unit, SRS warning light, front impact sensors, air bag module,
clock spring, and interconnecting wiring. Other SRS-related components (that may have to be removed/installed in connection
with SRS service or maintenance) are indicated in the table of contents by an asterisk (*).

54A-2
HEADLAMP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

54A-67

REAR FOG LAMP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION. . . . . .

SERVICE SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . .

54A-67

TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . .

54A-67

ON-VEHICLE SERVICE . . . . . . . . . . .

54A-67
54A-67

HEADLAMP AIMING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LUMINOUS INTENSITY
MEASUREMENT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
BULB REPLACEMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

HEADLAMP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION . . . . . .

HEADLAMP LEVELING SWITCH .


REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION . . . . . .
INSPECTION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

54A-68
54A-69
54A-70
54A-70
54A-71
54A-71
54A-71

FOG LAMP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54A-72

REAR FOG LAMP SWITCH . . . . . .


REMOVAL AND INSTALATION. . . . . . .
INSPECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

54A-77
54A-77
54A-78
54A-78
54A-78

SIDE TURN SIGNAL LAMP . . . . 54A-79


SPECIAL TOOL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

54A-79

SIDE TURN SIGNAL LAMP . . . . . .

54A-79
54A-79

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION. . . . . .

ROOM LAMP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54A-80


TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . .

54A-80

REAR COMBINATION LAMP . . 54A-81

SERVICE SPECIFICATION . . . . . . .

54A-72

TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . .

54A-81

SPECIAL TOOL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

54A-72

SPECIAL TOOL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

54A-81

TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . .

54A-72

REAR COMBINATION LAMP. . . . .

54A-81
54A-81

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION. . . . . .

ON-VEHICLE SERVICE . . . . . . . . . . .
FRONT FOG LAMP AIMING CHECK . . .

FOG LAMP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION . . . . . .

FOG LAMP SWITCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION . . . . . .
INSPECTION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

REAR FOG LAMP . . . . . . . . . . . .

54A-72
54A-72
54A-74
54A-74
54A-75
54A-75
54A-75

54A-76

HIGH MOUNTED STOP LAMP . 54A-82


ON-VEHICLE SERVICE . . . . . . . . . .
HIGH-MOUNTED STOP LAMP BULB
REPLACEMENT <WITH REAR SHELF>

HIGH MOUNTED STOP LAMP . . .


REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION. . . . . .

54A-76

SPECIAL TOOL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

54A-76

54A-82
54A-83
54A-83

LICENCE PLATE LAMP . . . . . . . 54A-86


REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION. . . . . .

TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . .

54A-82

54A-86

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54A-3
HAZARD WARNING LAMP
SWITCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54A-87
TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . .

54A-87

SPECIAL TOOL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

54A-87

HAZARD WARNING LAMP SWITCH 54A-87


REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION . . . . .
INSPECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

54A-87
54A-88

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION. . . . . .

54A-92

CIGARETTE LIGHTER . . . . . . . . . 54A-93


INSPECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

54A-93

RHEOSTAT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54A-93
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION. . . . . .
INSPECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

SPEAKER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION. . . . . .

54A-93
54A-94

54A-95
54A-95

COLUMN SWITCH . . . . . . . . . . . . 54A-89


ANTENNA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SPECIAL TOOL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

54A-89

COLUMN SWITCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

54A-89
54A-89
54A-90

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION . . . . .


INSPECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

HORN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54A-91
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION . . . . .
HORN RELAY CONTINUITY CHECK . .

54A-91
54A-91

CLOCK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54A-92
SPECIAL TOOL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CLOCK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

54A-92
54A-92

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION. . . . . .

REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER .

54A-96
54A-96

54A-98

GENERAL INFORMATION . . . . . . .

54A-98

TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . .

54A-98

ON-VEHICLE SERVICE . . . . . . . . . .

54A-98
54A-98

PRINTED HEATER LINES CHECK . . . .

REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER


SWITCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION. . . . . .
INSPECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

54A-98
54A-98
54A-98

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-4

BATTERY

BATTERY
SERVICE SPECIFICATIONS
M1541000300209

Items

Specification

Specific gravity of the battery fluid

1.220 1.290 (20C)

CHARGING

ON-VEHICLE SERVICE

M1541001100509

FLUID LEVEL AND SPECIFIC GRAVITY


CHECK
M1541001000438

CAUTION

If the battery fluid is below the LOWER


LEVEL, the battery could explode in using.
If the battery fluid is over the UPPER LEVEL,
leakage could result.
1. Inspect whether or not the battery fluid is between
the UPPER LEVEL and LOWER LEVEL marks.
Therometer

Hydrometer

Battery fluid

AC211242AB

CAUTION

The battery plus should be removed during


charging.
The battery electrolyte level may rise and
overflow from the battery during charging.
Explosions may occur if the battery is
brought close to naked flames during
charging.
Be careful to avoid tasks that might produce
sparks or other danger while the battery is
charging.
After charging is complete, replace the
battery plus, pour water over the battery to
rinse away any sulphuric acid, and let the
battery stand to dry.
Charge the battery in a well-ventilated
location.
Do not let the battery electrolyte temperature
rise above approximately 45C (approximately
55C during rapid charging).
1. Remove the battery from the vehicle.
2. The normal charging current is a value in
amperes which is 1/10th of the battery capacity. If
the battery needs to be charged rapidly because
of reasons such as time limitations, the maximum
charging current for rapid charging is the battery
capacity expressed as an ampere value.

2. Use a hydrometer and thermometer to check the


specific gravity of the battery fluid.
Standard value: 1.220 1.290 (20C)
3. The specific gravity of the battery fluid varies with
the temperature, so use the following formula to
calculate the specific gravity for 20C. Use the
calculated value to determine whether or not the
specific gravity is satisfactory.
D20 = (t 20) X 0.0007 + Dt
D20: Specific gravity of the battery fluid
calculated for 20C
Dt: Actually measured specific gravity
t: Actually measured temperature
Battery type
Capacity (5-hour rate)
Normal charging current Rapid charging current
55D23L

50 A

5.0 A

50 A

75D23L

53 A

5.3 A

53 A

3. Determine when charging is finished.


When the specific gravity of the battery
electrolyte is constantly within 1.250 1.290 for a
continuous period of one hour or more.

When the voltage per cell during charging is 2.5


2.8 V constantly for a continuous period of one
hour or more.

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-5

BATTERY

BATTERY TEST
BATTERY TESTING PROCEDURE

(2) Turn headlamps off for two minutes to allow


battery positive voltage to stabilize.
(3) Disconnect the battery cables.
(4) Read open circuit voltage.

STEP 1. Check the battery cables.


Remove the negative cable, then the positive cable.
Check for dirty or corroded connections.

Q: Is open circuit voltage 12.4 volts or more?


YES : Go to Step 6.
NO : Go to Step 5.

Q: Are the battery cables dirty or have corroded


connections?
YES : Clean the battery cables. Then go to Step 2.
NO : Go to Step 2.

STEP 5. Charge battery.

M1541001200506

Q: Charging the battery?


YES : Go to Step 6.
NO : Charge the battery at 5 amps for 15 hours.

STEP 2. Check the battery post.


Check for loose battery post.

Then re-test, go to Step 4.

Q: Are the battery post faulty?


YES : Replace the battery. Then go to Step 4.
NO : Go to Step 3.

STEP 6. Check the load test.


(1) Connect a load tester to the battery.
(2) Load the battery at the recommended discharge
rate (See LOAD TEST RATE CHART) for 15
seconds.
(3) Read voltage after 15 seconds, then remove
load.
(4) Compare the measured value with the minimum
voltage. (See LOAD TEST CHART.)

STEP 3. Check the battery case and cover.


(1) Remove the hold-downs and shields.
(2) Check for broken/cracked case or cover.
Q: Is the battery case or cover faulty?
YES : Replace the battery. Then go to Step 4.
NO : Go to Step 4.

Q: Is the voltage higher than minimum voltage?


NO : Replace the battery. Then go to Step 4.
YES : The battery is normal.

STEP 4. Check the open circuit voltage.


(1) Turn headlamps on for 15 seconds.
LOAD TEST RATE CHART
Battery type

55D23L

75D23L

Charging time when fully discharged h


(5-amp. rated current charging)

11

11

Load test (Amps)

260

260

LOAD TEST CHART


Temperature C
21 and
above

16

10

12

18

Minimum voltage

9.5

9.4

9.3

9.1

8.9

8.7

8.5

9.6

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-6

IGNITION SWITCH

IGNITION SWITCH
GENERAL INFORMATION
M1543009901274

IGNITION KEY REMINDER BUZZER


The ignition key reminder buzzer will sound under
the following condition, and warn the driver to
remove the ignition key.
The drivers door is opened when the ignition
switch is at "LOCK" (OFF) or "ACC" position
without removing the ignition key.
However, the lamp reminder buzzer will take
precedence over this function.

DOOR LOCK PREVENTION FUNCTION


If the key is left in the ignition switch while the drivers
door opened or the assistant door opened, all door
are automatically unlock to prevent locking the
ignition key in the vehicle after door is locked.

IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM
The immobilizer system consists of the ignition key
with a transponder, the immobilizer-ECU, and the
engine-ECU <M/T> or engine-A/T-ECU <A/T>. Only
the registered ignition key permits the engine to start,
therefore, the engine can never be started by means
of a forged key or by connecting the ignition wiring
directly. The system is significantly safe and reliable
against theft. In addition, the driver has only to turn
the ignition switch to the "ON" position to activate the

immobilizer system. If the requirements for starting


the engine are not satisfied, the engine will be
immobilized. If a registered ignition key is lost, all
your ignition keys need to be registered again using
MUT-II/III to ensure security (Refer to P.54A-19). An
additional ignition key can be registered as follows
(only if no ignition keys are lost):
Using MUT-II/III (Refer to P.54A-19).
OPERATION
1. When the ignition switch is turned to "ON"
position, the engine-ECU <M/T> or
engine-A/T-ECU <M/T> sends a requirement for
the encrypted code to the immobilizer-ECU (at
this time, the engine is remobilized).
2. When the immobilizer-ECU receives the
requirement from the engine-ECU <M/T> or
engine-A/T-ECU <A/T>, the immobilizer-ECU
supplies power to the transponder inside the
ignition key via the antenna. The energized
transponder sends the encrypted code back to the
immobilizer-ECU via the antenna.
3. The immobilizer-ECU judges the encrypted code
with its code logic in itself. If they are identical, the
immobilizer-ECU sends the encrypted code to the
engine-ECU <M/T> or engine-A/T-ECU.
4. If the engine-ECU <M/T> or engine-A/T-ECU can
not receive the encrypted code, the engine will be
immobilized.

Immobilizer-ECU
with an antenna
Ignition key

Power
(Wireress)

Engine-ECU <M/T>
Engine-A/T-ECU <A/T>
Control signal

CPU

Injector
CPU

Encrypted
code

Ignition
Memory

Transponder
Encrypted code
(Wireless)

Steering lock

MUT-II/III

AC304482 AB

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54A-7

IGNITION SWITCH

ENCRYPTED CODE REGISTRATION CRITERIA TABLE


The ignition key contains a transponder (small
transmitter), which retains an unique encrypted code.
Under any of the conditions below, the encrypted
code should be registered in the immobilizer-ECU
again. The immobilizer-ECU can retain maximum
eight different encrypted codes. This means that
maximum eight ignition keys can be registered.
Component to be replaced
Engine-A/T-ECU

Immobilizer-ECU

Ignition key

Should not be
replaced

Should not be replaced

Should not be
replaced

Should not be replaced

Should not be replaced

When engine-A/T-ECU is
replaced

When engine-A/T-ECU is
overwritten

When immobilizer-ECU is
replace

Should not be
replaced

When ignition key is added

Should not be
replaced

Should not be
replaced

Additional ignition key


should be registered
All ignition keys should
be registered again

When ignition key is lost

Should not be
replaced

Should not be
replaced

All the ignition keys other


than the lost one should
be registered again

Should be registered
again
Should be registered
again
All ignition keys should be
registered again

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54A-8

IGNITION SWITCH

SPECIAL TOOLS
M1543000601641

Tool

Number

Name

Use

MB991502

MUT-II sub
assembly

Immobilizer system check


Encrypted code
registration

MB991955
A: MB991824
B: MB991827
C: MB991910
D: MB991911
E: MB991825
F: MB991826

MUT-III
sub-assembly
A: (V. C. I.) Vehicle
communication
interface
B: MUT-III USB
cable
C: MUT-III Main
harness A (Vehicles
with CAN
communication
system)
D: MUT-III Main
harness B (Vehicles
without CAN
communication
system)
E: MUT-III
Measurement
adapter
F: MUT-III Trigger
harness

Immobilizer system check


Encrypted code
registration

B991502

MB991824

MB991827

DO NOT USED
MB991910

MB991911

MB991825

MB991826
MB991955

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IGNITION SWITCH

Tool
A

Number

Name

Use

MB991223
A: MB991219
B: MB991220
C: MB991221
D: MB991222

Harness set
A: Test harness
B: LED harness
C: LED harness
adapter
D: Probe

Making voltage and


resistance measurements
during troubleshooting
A: Connect pin contact
pressure inspection
B: Power circuit inspection
C: Power circuit inspection
D: Commercial tester
connection

D
MB991223 AC

TROUBLESHOOTING
IGNITION KEY REMINDER BUZZER AND
DOOR LOCK PREVENTION FUNCTION
TROUBLESHOOTING
M1543000701002

The ignition key reminder buzzers are controlled by


the Smart Wiring System (SWS). For
troubleshooting, refer to respective Groups below.
Not using SWS monitor: GROUP 54B, SWS
Diagnosis P.54B-36.
Using SWS monitor: GROUP 54C, SWS
Diagnosis P.54C-22.

IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM
TROUBLESHOOTING
DIAGNOSIS CODE CHART
M1543007100417

CAUTION

During diagnosis, a diagnosis code associated


with other system may be set when the ignition
switch is turned on with connector(s)
disconnected. On completion, confirm all
systems for diagnosis code code(s). If diagnosis
code code(s) are set, erase them all.
Use the following chart to develop proper diagnostic
strategy.

Diagnosis code No.

Diagnosis item

Reference page

11

Transponder communication system or radio interference


of encrypted code

P.54A-10.

12

Encrypted codes are not the same or are not registered

P.54A-11.

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-10

IGNITION SWITCH

DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODE


PROCEDURES

Code No.11: Transponder Communication System or Radio Interference of Encrypted Code

Ignition Key Ring and Immobilizer-ECU Circuit


IMMOBILIZER-ECU

HIGH-FREQUENCY
CIRCUIT

IGNITION KEY

IGNITION KEY
RING ANTENNA

DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
DIAGNOSIS CODE SET CONDITION
Diagnosis code No.11 may be output if other
ignition keys are in the vicinity of the vehicle as it
is being started.
The transponders encrypted code is not sent to
the immobilizer-ECU immediately after the
ignition switch is turned to "ON" position.
NOTE: Diagnosis code No.11 is always output
together with MPI system diagnosis code No.P0513.
TROUBLESHOOTING HINTS
Radio interference of the encrypted code.
Malfunction of the transponder.
Malfunction of the immobilizer-ECU.

STEP 1. Check for presence of other key near the


key in the ignition.
Q: Is there any other key near the key in the ignition?
YES : Move the other key well away from key

being used. Retest the system.


NO : Go to Step 2.

STEP 2. Check that the engine start using the


spare ignition key which encrypted code has
been registered.
Q: Does the engine start using the spare ignition key
for which the encrypted code has been registered?
YES : Replace the ignition key that does not work.

Then register the password (secret code)


and encrypted code P.54A-19. Retest the
system.
NO : Go to Step 3.

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IGNITION SWITCH

STEP 3. Check whether the diagnosis code is


reset.

STEP 4. Connector check: Immobilizer-ECU


connector C-202-1.

Q: Which diagnosis code is set, code No.11 or 12 the


encrypted code has been registered?
Code No.12 is set : Refer toP.54A-11.
Code No.11 is set : Go to Step 4.

Connector: C-202-1

Harness side

AC303806 AF

Q: Are immobilizer-ECU connector C-202-1 in good


condition?
YES : Replace immobilizer-ECU and Then

register the password (secret cod) and


encrypted code P.54A-19. Retest the
system.
NO : Repair or replace the damage
component(s).

Code No.12: Encrypted Codes are Not identical or not Registered


DIAGNOSIS CODE SET CONDITION
The encrypted code sent by the transponder is not
the same encrypted code which is registered in the
immobilizer-ECU.
NOTE: Diagnosis code No.12 is always output
together with MPI system diagnosis code No.P0513.

Malfunction of immobilizer-ECU.
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
Was the encrypted code registered?
YES : Replace the immobilizer-ECU and then

TROUBLESHOOTING HINTS
The encrypted code in the ignition key has not
been properly registered.

re-register the encrypted code (Refer to


P.54A-19).
NO : Register the encrypted code (Refer to
P.54A-19).

SYMPTOM CHART
M1543007201075

Symptom

Inspection
procedure No.

Reference page

Communication with MUT-II/III is impossible.

P.54A-11

The ignition key cannot be registered.

P.54A-18

Engine does not start (cranking but no initial combustion).

P.54A-18

SYMPTOM PROCEDURES

INSPECTION PROCEDURE 1: Communication with MUT-II/III is Impossible.

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-12

IGNITION SWITCH

Immobilizer-ECU Power Source, Earth and Engine-ECU*3 or Engine-A/T-ECU*4 Communication Line Circuit
ENGINE
CONTROL
RELAY

ENGINE-ECU
ENGINEA/T-ECU

POWER
SOURCE

NOTE
LH drive vehicles
RH drive vehicles
M/T
A/T

Wire colour code


B : Black LG : Light green G : Green L : Blue
W : White Y : Yellow SB : Sky blue BR : Brown
O : Orange GR : Gray R : Red P : Pink V : Violet

TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION (COMMENT)


This malfunction may be caused by a defective
immobilizer-ECU, engine-ECU <M/T> or
engine-A/T-ECU <A/T>, or a defect in the
communication line between the
immobilizer-ECU and engine-ECU <M/T> or
engine-A/T-ECU <A/T>. If this malfunction
appears when the MPI system and MUT-II/III can
communicate each other, MPI system diagnosis
code No.P0513 will reset.
If the MPI system is normal, the engine control
relay can be determined as normal. In addition, if
the MPI system and MUT-II/III can communicate
each other, the circuits between the diagnosis
connector and the engine-ECU <M/T> or
engine-A/T-ECU <A/T> can determined as
normal.
NOTE: . If this malfunction appears, MPI system
diagnosis code No.P0513 will be output.

IMMOBILIZERECU

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL
IGNITION SWITCH

TROUBLESHOOTING HINTS
Malfunction of the immobilizer-ECU.
Malfunction of the engine-ECU <M/T> or
engine-A/T-ECU <A/T>.
The wiring harness or connectors may have
loose, corroded, or damaged terminals, or
terminals pushed back in the connector.
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 1. Check if MUT-II/III can communicate with
the MPI system and if an MPI system diagnosis
code other than P0513 is set.
Q: Can MUT-II/III communicate with the MPI system?
Is an MPI system diagnosis code other than P0513
set?
YES : . Go to Step 2.
NO : . Refer to GROUP 13A, MPI Diagnosis

54A-13

STEP 3. Connector check: Immobilizer-ECU


connector C-202-1 and engine control relay
connector B-16X
Connector: C-202-1

Harness side

AC303806 AF

Connector: B-16X

P.13A-16, GROUP 13B, MPI Diagnosis


P.13B-16.
Harness side

STEP 2. Voltage measurement at


immobilizer-ECU connector C-202-1.
Connector: C-202-1

AC303796 AF

Q: Are immobilizer-ECU connector C-202-1 and


engine control relay connector B-16X in good
condition?
YES : . Go to Step 4.
NO : . Repair or replace the damaged

Harness side

component(s). Confirm that MUT-II/III


communicates normally.
AC303806 AF

(1) Disconnect immobilizer-ECU connector C-202-1.


(2) Turn the ignition switch to the "ON" position.

Connector C-202-1
(Harness side)

AC304844 AB

(3) Measure the voltage between terminal 1 and


earth.
OK: System voltage
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : . Go to Step 5.
NO : . Go to Step 3.

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-14

IGNITION SWITCH

STEP 4. Check the harness wires between


immobilizer-ECU connector C-202-1 (terminal 1)
and engine control relay connector B-16X
(terminal 1).

Connector: C-134, C-137

Connector: C-202-1

C-137
C-134

Harness side

C-134
AC303806 AF

Connector: B-16X
C-137

AC303819 AC

Harness side

AC303796 AF

Connector: C-12, C-13

C-12

C-13

C-12

C-13

AC303801AC

NOTE: . Prior to the wiring harness inspection, check


intermediate connector C-13 <L.H. drive vehicles>,
C-137 <R.H. drive vehicles>, joint connector C-12
<L.H. drive vehicles>, C-134 <R.H. drive vehicles>
and key reminder switch connector C-202, and repair
if necessary.
Q: Are the harness wires between immobilizer-ECU
connector C-202-1 (terminal 1) and engine control
relay connector B-16X (terminal 1) in good
condition?
YES : . There is no action to be taken.
NO : . Replace damaged component(s). Confirm

that MUT-II/III communicates normally.

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-15

IGNITION SWITCH

STEP 5. Resistance measurement at


immobilizer-ECU connector C-202-1.
Connector: C-202-1

STEP 7. Check the harness wire between


immobilizer-ECU connector C-202-1 (terminal 4)
and earth.
Connector: C-202-1

Harness side
Harness side

AC303806 AF
AC303806 AF

(1) Disconnect immobilizer-ECU connector C-202-1.


Connector: C-07
<R.H. drive vehicles>

Connector 202-1
(Harness side)

C-07(GR)

Harness side

AC303814 AL
AC304851AB

(2) Measure the resistance between terminal 4 and


earth.
OK: 2 ohms or less

Harness connector: C-104


<L.H. drive vehicles>

C-104(GR)

Q: Is the check result normal?


YES : . Go to Step 8.
NO : . Go to Step 6.

Harness side

STEP 6. Connector check: immobilizer-ECU


connector C-202-1

AC303804 AO

Connector: C-202

Connector: C-202-1

Harness side

Harness side

AC303806 AF

Q: Is immobilizer-ECU connector C-202-1 in good


condition?
YES : . Go to Step 7.
NO : . Repair or replace the damaged

component(s). Confirm that MUT-II/III


communicates normally.

AC303806 AG

NOTE: . Prior to the wiring harness inspection, check


joint connector C-104 <L.H. drive vehicles>, C-07
<R.H. drive vehicles>, key reminder switch
connector C-202, and repair if necessary.

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-16

IGNITION SWITCH

Q: Is the harness wire between immobilizer-ECU


connector C-202-1 (terminal 4) and earth in good
condition?
YES : . There is no action to be taken.
NO : . Repair or replace the damaged

component(s). Confirm that MUT-II/III


communicates normally.

STEP 9. Check the harness wires between


immobilizer-ECU connector C-202-1 (terminal 3)
and engine-ECU connector C-127 (terminal 51)
<M/T> or engine-A/T-ECU connector C-128
(terminal 111) <A/T>.
Connector: C-127 <M/T>, C-128 <A/T>

STEP 8. Connector check: immobilizer-ECU


connector C-202-1 and engine-ECU connector
C-127 <M/T> or engine-A/T-ECU connector C-128
<A/T>
Connector: C-127 <M/T>, C-128 <A/T>

C-128 (GR)

C-127 (Y)
Harness side
C-127
56 55 54 53 52 51
62 61 60 59 58 57

C-128 (GR)

C-128

C-127 (Y)
107

106 105

104 103

102 101

120 119 118 117116 115 114 113 112 111 110 109 108

Harness side

130

129

128 127 126

125 124

123 122 121

AC303805 AJ

C-127
56 55 54 53 52 51
62 61 60 59 58 57

Connector: C-202-1

C-128
107

106 105

104 103

102 101

120 119 118 117116 115 114 113 112 111 110 109 108
130

129

128 127 126

125 124

123 122 121

AC303805 AJ

Harness side

Connector: C-202-1
AC303806 AF

Harness side

AC303806 AF

Q: Are immobilizer-ECU connector C-202-1 and


engine-ECU connector C-127 <M/T> or
engine-A/T-ECU connector C-128 <A/T> in good
condition?
YES : . Go to Step 9.
NO : . Repair or replace the damaged

component(s). Confirm that MUT-II/III


communicates normally.

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL
IGNITION SWITCH

54A-17

STEP 10. Replace the immobilizer-ECU or


engine-ECU <M/T> or engine-A/T-ECU <A/T>.
Replace the immobilizer-ECU.

Connector: C-13
<L.H. drive vehicles>

Q: Did the communication with MUT-II/III become


possible after replacing the immobilizer-ECU?
YES : . Register the password (secret code) and

Harness side

encrypted code P.54A-19. Confirm that


MUT-II/III communicates normally
NO : . Go to Step 11.
AC303800 AG

STEP 11. Recheck for malfunction.

Connector: C-137
<R.H. drive vehicels>

Q: Is a malfunction eliminated?
YES : . The procedure is complete. If no

Harness side

AC303818 AM

Connector: C-202

Harness side

AC303806 AG

NOTE: . Prior to the wiring harness inspection, check


key reminder switch connector C-202, intermediate
connector C-13 <L.H. drive vehicles>, C-137 <R.H.
drive vehicles>, and repair if necessary.
Q: Are the harness wires between immobilizer-ECU
connector C-202-1 (terminal 3) and engine-ECU
connector C-127 (terminal 51) <M/T> or
engine-A/T-ECU connector C-128 (terminal 111)
<A/T> in good condition?
YES : . Go to Step 10.
NO : . Repair or replace the damaged

component(s). Confirm that MUT-II/III


communicates normally.

malfunctions are found in all steps, an


intermittent malfunction is suspected (Refer
to GROUP 00, How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points
How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction
P.00-6).
NO : . Replace the engine-ECU <M/T> or
engine-A/T-ECU <A/T>.

54A-18

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL
IGNITION SWITCH

INSPECTION PROCEDURE 2: The Ignition Key cannot be Registered.


TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION (COMMENT)
The ignition key transponder or the immobilizer-ECU
is suspected to be defective.
TROUBLESHOOTING HINTS
Malfunction of the ignition key
Malfunction of immobilizer-ECU
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 1. MUT-II/III diagnosis code.

STEP 2. Retest the system.


Q: Does registered ignition key function properly?
YES : The procedure is complete. (If no

malfunctions are found in all steps, an


intermittent malfunction is suspected. Refer
to GROUP 00, How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service Points
How to Cope with Intermittent Malfunction
P.00-6).
NO : Replace the immobilizer-ECU.

Q: Does diagnosis code No.11 reset?


YES : Refer to P.54A-9.
NO : Replace the ignition key that cannot be

registered. Then re-register the encrypted


code. (Refer to P.54A-19). Verify that the
ignition key can be registered, then Go to
Step 2.

INSPECTION PROCEDURE 3: Engine does not Start (Cranking but no Initial Combustion).
TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION (COMMENT)
If the fuel injectors are not operating, there might be
a problem with the MPI system in addition to a
malfunction of the immobilizer system. It is normal for
this to occur if an attempt is made to start the engine
using a key that has not been properly registered.
TROUBLESHOOTING HINTS
Malfunction of MPI system
Malfunction of immobilizer-ECU
DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 1. Check the system voltage.
Measure the system voltage during cranking.
Q: Is the voltage 8 volts or more?
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Check the battery. Refer to P.54A-4. The

engine should start.


STEP 2. Check the immobilizer system diagnosis
code and MPI system diagnosis code.
Q: Which diagnosis code resets, the immobilizer
system diagnosis code or the MPI system
diagnosis code?

Immobilizer system diagnosis code is set : Refer

to P.54A-9.
MPI system diagnosis code is set : Refer to

GROUP 13A, Diagnosis P.13A-16, GROUP


13B, Diagnosis P.13B-16.
No diagnosis code is set : Go to Step 3.
STEP 3. Check the starting system.
Q: Does the engine start?
YES : Go to Step 4.
NO : Refer to GROUP 13A, Diagnosis

Symptom Chart P.13A-219, GROUP 13B,


Diagnosis Symptom Chart P.13B-191. If
the malfunction is not resolved, replace the
immobilizer-ECU. Then register the
password (secret code) and encrypted
code. (Refer to P.54A-19.) The engine
should start.
STEP 4. Retest the system
Q: Is the malfunction eliminated?

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-19

IGNITION SWITCH
YES : The procedure is complete. If no

malfunction are not found in all steps, an


intermittent malfunction is suspected (Refer
to GROUP 00, How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service
Points-How to Cope with Intermittent
Malfunction P.00-6).
NO : Replace the immobilizer-ECU.

DATA LIST REFERENCE TABLE


M1543007300314

Item No.

Inspection item

Inspection
requirement

Normal condition

01

Key has been registered

Number of registered ignition keys

CHECK IMMOBILIZER-ECU
M1543007600489

TERMINAL VOLTAGE CHECK TABLE

AC304799

Terminal No.

Signal

Inspection condition

Terminal voltage

Immobilizer-ECU power supply

Ignition switch: "LOCK"


(OFF)

0V

Ignition switch: "ON"

System voltage

Engine-ECU <M/T> or
engine-A/T-ECU

Immobilizer-ECU earth

Always

0V

ON-VEHICLE SERVICE
HOW TO REGISTER ENCRYPTED CODE
M1543008100410

CAUTION

Because registering the encrypted codes is done


after all previously-registered codes have been
erased, you should keep all of the ignition keys
that have already been registered accessible.
If the ignition key, Immobilizer-ECU,
engine-ECU<M/T> or engine-A/T-ECU<A/T> is
replaced or an ignition key is added, encrypted
codes of all the ignition keys must be registered. (A
maximum of eight different ignition key can be

registered.) Moreover, when the immobilizer-ECU


has been replaced, you will need to use MUT-II/III to
register the immobilizer-ECU and input the vehicle
secret code and to register the password (secret
code) that the owner specifies into the
immobilizer-ECU.
If an attempt is made to start the engine with an
unregistered ignition key, cranking occurs, but fuel
supply is cut off to disable the engine. In
approximately.
NOTE: Engine-ECU<M/T> or engine-A/T-ECU<A/T>
has an encrypted code for immobilizer-ECU, and the
encrypted code is registered in the immobilizer-ECU
and ignition key.

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-20

IGNITION SWITCH

POINTS TO NOTE DURING OPERATION


If none of the functions can be used, check the
diagnosis codes, and after carrying out any
necessary repairs, repeat the operation.
If an incorrect password is input ten times in a row,
the immobilizer-ECU judges that an unauthorized
operation is being attempted. Start-prevention mode
will be set, and engine operation will stop and all
special functions will be disabled. If the ignition
switch is turned to "ON" position, "Unauthorized
operation, start- prevention mode" will be cancelled.

1. Connect MUT-II to diagnosis connector (16- pin).


2. Turn the ignition switch to "ON" position.

AC000522AD

KEY ID (ENCRYPTED CODE)


REGISTRATION <MUT-II>

3. At "System Select," press "YES"

All ignition keys can be registered with MUT-II.


Additional ignition keys can be registered with
MUT-II.
Registration with the MUT-II
!

CAUTION

To prevent damage to MUT-II, always turn the


ignition switch to "LOCK" (OFF) position before
connecting or disconnecting MUT-II.
NOTE: .
Using the key ID register function will cause all
key IDs that have been previously registered in
the immobilizer-ECU to be erased. All keys need
to be registered. Those which have been
registered before should be on hand before using
this function.
If registering more than one key, do not
disconnect MUT-II halfway through the
registration process.
After registering key IDs, check that the engine
can be started using all of the keys that have
been registered. If the engine will not start, refer
to Immobilizer System Diagnosis P.54A-6.

AC000523AC

4. Select "Immobilizer," press "YES".

AC000530AC

5. Select "Special Func", press "YES".


If diagnosis code No.11 exists, "Cant execute" will
be displayed. Check for diagnosis code
No.11(Refer to P.54A-9.)

<Using the MUT-II>


Steering shaft

MB991502
AC304777AB

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL
IGNITION SWITCH

54A-21

ACX01561 AD
AC000518 AC

8. Press the "YES" key to start key ID registration.

ACX01558 AG
ACX01562 AC

6. Select "key ID register", press "YES".


9. This will be displayed when the key ID registration
is successful. If an error occurs during key ID
registration, the message "Cant execute" will be
displayed. If the key has already been registered,
"Key ID has been registered" will be displayed.

ACX01626 AC

7. Input the password. Use the "UP" and "DOWN"


keys to change the current password digit to a
value between 0 and 9. Use the "LEFT" and
"RIGHT" keys to move to a different password
digit. Press the "YES" key to accept the password.
If an incorrect password is input five times in a
row, this screen is displayed and the
immobilizer-ECU switches to unauthorized
operation, start-prevention mode.
NOTE: Four separate digits must be input to
make up the password.

ACX01563 AC

10.The number of keys currently registered will be


displayed. To register an additional key, replace
the ignition key with the next key to be registered
within five seconds and then press the "YES" key.
Key ID registration screen will be displayed, then
register another key.
If key ID registration is complete, press the "NO"
key.
NOTE: A maximum of eight different keys can be
registered.
11.This completes the registration operation. Turn
the ignition switch "LOCK" (OFF) and leave it off
for approximately ten seconds.
12.Check that the engine can be started with each of
the ignition keys.

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-22

IGNITION SWITCH

13.Check that the immobilizer system diagnosis


code and MPI system diagnosis code did not set.
14.Turn the ignition switch to "LOCK" (OFF) position.
15.Disconnect MUT-II.

4. Select "Immobilizer," press "YES".

Registration of additional keys with the MUT-II


Additional key(s) can be registered with the MUT-II
while keeping all existing key data.
!

CAUTION

To prevent damage to MUT-II, always turn the


ignition switch to "LOCK" (OFF) position before
connecting or disconnecting MUT-II.
NOTE: To register additional keys with the MUT-II,
no registered keys must be lost.
<Using the MUT-II>
Steering shaft

AC000530AC

5. Select "Special Func", press "YES".


If diagnosis code No.11 exists, "Cant execute" will
be displayed. Check for diagnosis code
No.11(Refer to P.54A-9.)

MB991502
AC304777AB

1. Connect MUT-II (MB991502) to the 16-pin


diagnosis connector.
2. Turn the ignition switch to "ON" position.

AC000518 AC

AC101478 AB
AC000522AD

6. Select "Add key ID reg", press "YES".

3. At "System Select," press "YES"

AC101477 AB
AC000523AC

7. Press the "YES" key to start key ID registration.

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-23

IGNITION SWITCH

8. This will be displayed when the add key ID


registration is successful. If an error occurs during
key ID registration, the message "Cant execute"
will be displayed. If the key has already been
registered, "Key ID has been registered" will be
displayed.

AC101476 AB

9. The number of keys currently registered will be


displayed. To register an additional key, replace
the ignition key with the next key to be registered
within five seconds and then press the "YES" key.
Key ID registration screen will be displayed, then
register another key.
NOTE: A maximum of eight different keys can be
registered.
If key ID registration is complete, press the "NO" key.
10.This completes the registration operation. Turn
the ignition switch "LOCK" (OFF) and leave it off
for approximately ten seconds.
11.Check that the engine can be started with each of
the ignition keys.
12.Check that the immobilizer system diagnosis
code and MPI system diagnosis code did not set.
13.Turn the ignition switch to "LOCK" (OFF) position.
14.Disconnect MUT-II.

Registration with the MUT-III


!

CAUTION

To prevent damage to MUT-III, always turn the


ignition switch to "LOCK" (OFF) position before
connecting or disconnecting MUT-III.
NOTE: .
Before registration, check that no diagnosis code
is set. If a diagnosis code is set, resolve the
problem beforehand.
Using the key ID register function will cause all
key IDs that have been previously registered in
the immobilizer-ECU to be erased. All keys need
to be registered. Those which have been
registered before should be on hand before using
this function.
If registering more than one key, do not
disconnect MUT-III halfway through the
registration process.
After registering key IDs, check that the engine
can be started using all of the keys that have
been registered. If the engine will not start, refer
to Immobilizer System Diagnosis P.54A-6.
<Using the MUT-III>

16-PIN
MB991911
MB991824

KEY ID (ENCRYPTED CODE)


REGISTRATION <MUT-III>
All ignition keys can be registered with MUT-III.
Additional ignition keys can be registered with
MUT-III.
MB991827

AC304950AB

1. Connect the MUT-III to the diagnosis connector


(16-pin).
2. Turn the ignition switch to "ON" position.

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-24

IGNITION SWITCH
Function Select Menu
POWERTRAIN

IMMOBILIZER

Menu
System select

Special Function
Key registration

Special function

CAN bus diagnosis

Maintenance

Back Clear
Bac
Space

AC209666AD

3. Select "System select" from the start-up screen.


System Select Menu
CHASSIS

POWER TRAIN

BODY

MPI/GDI/DIESEL

IMMOBILIZER

ELC-A/T/CVT

SS4II

TCL/STARLTY CONTROL

AUTO CRUISE

AC207300AD

7. Enter the vehicles password (secret code) on the


"Key registration" screen, and then click the check
mark icon. Follow the prompts on the screen to
insert key(s) into the ignition switch to begin key
registration.
POWERTRAIN

IMMOBILIZER

Special Function
Key registration

IMMOBILIZER-ECU registration
Progress

In-Complete

AC305175

4. Choose "IMMOBILIZER" from the "POWER


TRAIN" tab.
POWERTRAIN

IMMOBILIZER
IMMOBILIZER

AC207302

Check Chart For


Problem Sy

Self-diagnosis

Simulated Vehicle
Speed Out

Data List

Special
Function

Resistor

Voltmeter

AC305176

5. Choose "Special Function" from "IMMOBILIZER"


screen.
POWERTRAIN

IMMOBILIZER

Key ID registration

Special Function
Special Function
Additional Key
Registration

AC305177

6. Choose "Key registration" from "Special Function"


screen.

8. If the key ID was registered successfully,


"Progress" indication will turn active (gray). Then
the registration process completes. If the key ID
failed to be registered, "In-Complete" indication
will turn active (gray).
9. The number of keys currently registered will be
displayed. To register an additional key, replace
the ignition key with the next key to be registered
within five seconds. Key ID registration screen will
be displayed, then register another key.
NOTE: A maximum of eight different keys can be
registered.
10.This completes the registration operation. Turn
the ignition switch "LOCK" (OFF) and leave it off
for approximately ten seconds.
11.Check that the engine can be started with each of
the ignition keys.
12.Check that the immobilizer system diagnosis
code and MPI system diagnosis code did not set.
13.If not diagnosis code is shown, terminate the
MUT-III.
14.Turn the ignition switch to "LOCK" (OFF) position.
15.Disconnect MUT-III.
Registration of additional keys with the MUT-III
Additional key(s) can be registered with the MUT-III
while keeping all existing key data.

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-25

IGNITION SWITCH
!

CAUTION

To prevent damage to MUT-III, always turn the


ignition switch to "LOCK" (OFF) position before
connecting or disconnecting MUT-III.
NOTE: To register additional keys with the MUT-III,
no registered keys must be lost.

POWERTRAIN

IMMOBILIZER

Special Function
Trasponder ID addition

Password

1
0

<Using the MUT-III>

Bac Clear
Back
Space

AC207301

5. Enter the vehicles password (secret code) on the


"Transponder ID addition" screen, and then click
the check mark icon.
POWERTRAIN

IMMOBILIZER

16-PIN

AC207301
Special Function
Trasponder ID addition
Key
y ID register

MB991911

The number
number of registered key
ke

Progre
ogre
Pr

About Ad
Additional
ditional Transponder
ransponder
ID SET
If register another key
key ID,
ID press the
OK button
button after inserting
inserting a new
new key
ke
within 5 sec and turning on IG-SW.
IG-SW

MB991824

AC209775

MB991827

AC304950AB

1. Connect MUT-III to the 16-pin diagnosis


connector.
2. Turn the ignition switch to "ON" position.
NOTE: Before registration, check that no diagnosis
code is set. If a diagnosis code is set, resolve the
problem beforehand.
3. Carry out steps 3 to 6 of the sub-section
"Registration with MUT-III."
POWERTRAIN

IMMOBILIZER

Key ID registration

Special Function
Special Function
Additional Key
Registration

AC305177

4. Choose "Transponder ID addition" from "Special


Function" screen.

6. If an additional registration is made successfully,


the screen will ask if another key is registered or
not. If the third ignition key is registered, remove
the key, which has been registered. Then insert
the third key within five seconds, and then turn it
to the ON position.
7. Register the additional ignition key according to
step 6 above. The number of the registered
ignition keys are shown on "The number of
registered key" screen.
NOTE: A maximum of eight different keys can be
registered.
8. This completes the registration operation. Turn
the ignition switch "LOCK" (OFF) and leave it off
for approximately ten seconds.
9. Check that the engine can be started with each of
the ignition keys.
10.Check that the immobilizer system diagnosis
code and MPI system diagnosis code did not set.
11.If not diagnosis code is shown, terminate the
MUT-III.
12.Turn the ignition switch to "LOCK" (OFF) position.
13.Disconnect MUT-III.

54A-26

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL
IGNITION SWITCH

Registration of additional key(s) without using


the MUT-III
If the MUT-III is not available, new key(s) can be
registered by operating two keys which have been
registered to the vehicle (A maximum of eight keys
can be registered to one vehicle). Follow the
procedure below to register new key(s) to the
vehicle.
NOTE: The registered key is the key that allows you
to start the engine.
1. Turn "ON" the ignition switch by using the first
registered key (key A), and wait for five seconds.
2. Remove the first registered key (key A).
3. Insert the second registered ignition key (key B),
and turn it to the ON position.
4. The immobilizer-ECU identifies the new key to
accept or reject it, and operates the immobilizer
indicator (See the table below).
5. If a new ignition key is registered further, repeat
steps 1 to 7 above.
A maximum of eight ignition keys can be registered
to one vehicle (If you attempt to register the ninth
key, the immobilizer-ECU rejects the key). If any of
the following conditions are satisfied, the additional
key registration mode will terminate:
The ignition switch has been on for more than 30
seconds.
After the ignition key has been turned to the
"LOCK" (OFF), the engine control relay is turned
off.
The MUT-III has started communicating with
vehicle systems.
6. After the registration mode has terminated, the
additionally registered key(s) should allow you to
start the engine.

<Using the MUT-II>


Steering shaft

MB991502
AC304777AB

1. Connect MUT-II to the 16-pin diagnosis


connector.
2. Turn the ignition switch to "ON" position.

AC000522AD

3. At "System Select," press "YES."

AC000523AC

TRANSPONDER LOCK CHECK <MUT-II>


M1543024100108

4. Select "Immobilizer," press "YES".

CAUTION

To prevent damage to MUT-II, always turn the


ignition switch to "LOCK" (OFF) position before
connecting or disconnecting MUT-II.
Follow the procedure below to judge if the ignition
key can be overwritten (i.e. the ignition key is correct)
or not.

AC106459 AD

5. Select "Data list" press "YES".

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-27

IGNITION SWITCH
Function Select Menu
Menu
System select

Special function

CAN bus diagnosis

Maintenance

AC106460 AB

6. Confirm "TP LOCK CHECK."


TP Lock Check Ignition Key:
UNLOCK
LOCK

AC209666AD

3. Select "System select" from the start-up screen.


Judgment Of
Ignition Key

Can be
overwritten

Correct

Can not be
overwritten

Incorrect

System Select Menu


CHASSIS

POWER TRAIN

BODY

MPI/GDI/DIESEL

IMMOBILIZER

ELC-A/T/CVT

SS4II

TCL/STARLTY CONTROL

AUTO CRUISE

TRANSPONDER LOCK CHECK <MUT-III>


!

CAUTION

AC305175

To prevent damage to MUT-III, always turn the


ignition switch to "LOCK" (OFF) position before
connecting or disconnecting MUT-III.
Follow the procedure below to judge if the ignition
key can be overwritten (i.e. the ignition key is correct)
or not.
<Using the MUT-III>

4. Choose "IMMOBILIZER" from the "POWER


TRAIN" tab.
POWERTRAIN

IMMOBILIZER
IMMOBILIZER

Check Chart For


Problem Sy

Self-diagnosis

Simulated Vehicle
Speed Out

Data List

Special
Function

Resistor

Voltmeter

AC305176

5. Select "Data List."


16-PIN
MB991911

POWERTRAIN

IMMOBILIZER

Info.
Inf
o. No.

Name

Data List
Data List
Data List Ref
Reference
erence Tab
able
le

01 REGD.KEY

MB991824

02 TP LOCK CHECK

Value
alue

Graph

3
UNLOCK

AC209776

MB991827

AC304950AB

1. Connect the MUT-III to the diagnosis connector.


2. Turn the ignition switch to "ON" position.

6. The multi-centre display shows whether the


ignition key, which has been inserted in the
switch, can be rewritten and how many ignition
keys have ever been registered.

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-28

IGNITION SWITCH

TP LOCK
CHECK

IGNITION KEY:

JUDGMENT OF
IGNITION KEY

UNLOCK

Can be
overwritten

Correct

LOCK

Can not be
overwritten

Incorrect

IGNITION SWITCH
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
M1543002100434

WARNING

Before removal of the air bag module, refer to GROUP 52B, SRS Service Precautions and

Air Bag Module and Clock Spring P.52B-4.


When removing and installing the steering wheel, do not let it bump against the air bag
module.
2

8
7
6

1
AC304659 AB

1.
2.
3.

4.

<<A>>

5.

Removal steps
Column cover lower
Column cover upper
Steering wheel and air bag module
assembly (Refer to GROUP 37A,
Steering wheel P.37A-15 or P.37A-17)
Clock spring and column switch
assembly (Refer to GROUP 37A,
Steering shaft P.37A-18)
Steering lock cylinder

Removal steps (Continued)


Ignition switch connector
6. Ignition switch
7. Immobilizer-ECU
Key reminder switch connector
8. Key reminder switch and bulb
assembly

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-29

IGNITION SWITCH

REMOVAL SERVICE POINT

Switch
position

Tester
connection

"LOCK" (OFF)

1 2, 1 3, 1 Open circuit
4, 1 5, 1 6, 2
3, 2 4, 2 5,
2 6, 3 4, 3
5, 3 6, 4 5, 4
6, 5 6

"ACC"

16

"ON"
1. Insert the key in the steering lock cylinder and turn
it to the "ACC" position.
2. Using a small Phillips head screwdriver, pull the
steering lock cylinder toward you.

1 2, 1 4, 1 Less than 2
6, 2 4, 2 6, 4 ohms
6

"START"

1 2, 1 5, 2 Less than 2
5
ohms

INSPECTION

KEY REMINDER SWITCH CONTINUITY


CHECK

<<A>> STEERING LOCK CYLINDER REMOVAL


Locking pin

AC304831AB

M1544009700203

Specified
condition

Less than 2
ohms

IGNITION SWITCH CONTINUITY CHECK

AC304834AB
AC304833AB

Disconnect ignition switch connector C-201 without


removing the ignition switch. Then check the
continuity.

Disconnect key reminder switch connector C-202


without removing the ignition switch and key
reminder switch. Then check the continuity.
Status of
ignition key

Tester
connection

Specified
condition

Removed

46

Less than 2
ohms

Inserted

46

Open circuit

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-30

COMBINATION METER ASSEMBLY

COMBINATION METER ASSEMBLY


SERVICE SPECIFICATIONS
M1543000300324

Item

Standard value

Speedometer indication error km/h (mph)

Tachometer indication error r/min

Fuel tank gauge unit resistance


Fuel gauge unit float height mm

20 (12)

20 24 (12 15)

40 (25)

40 44 (25 28)

80 (50)

80 85 (50 53)

120 (75)

121 127 (75 79)

160 (100)

162 169 (100 105)

200 (125)

203 211 (126 131)

700

120

2,000

175 + 225

3,000

175 + 300

4,000

225 + 375

5,000

225 + 425

6,000

225 + 475

7,000

200 + 500

8,000

100 + 500

Float position F (highest)

31

Float position E (lowest)

110 1

Float position F (A)

24.1 2.0

Float position E (B)

151.6 2.0

Engine coolant temperature gauge unit resistance

SEALANT
M1543024600028

Item

Specified sealant

Engine coolant temperature gauge unit

3M 1215 or equivalent

104 + 13.5 (at 70C)

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-31

COMBINATION METER ASSEMBLY

SPECIAL TOOLS
M1543000601652

Tool

Number

Name

Use

MB990784

Ornament remover

Removal of meter bezel and


Instrument panel ornament

MB991502

MUT-II sub assembly

Reading MPI system


diagnosis code

MB991955
A: MB991824
B: MB991827
C: MB991910
D: MB991911
E: MB991825
F: MB991826

MUT-III sub-assembly Reading MPI system


A: (V. C. I.) Vehicle
diagnosis code
communication
interface
B: MUT-III USB cable
C: MUT-III Main
harness A (Vehicles
with CAN
communication system)
D: MUT-III Main
harness B (Vehicles
without CAN
communication system)
E: MUT-III
Measurement adapter
F: MUT-III Trigger
harness

MB990784

B991502

MB991824

MB991827

DO NOT USED
MB991910

MB991911

MB991825

MB991826
MB991955

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-32

COMBINATION METER ASSEMBLY

Tool
A

Number

Name

Use

MB991223
A: MB991219
B: MB991220
C: MB991221
D: MB991222

Harness set
A: Test harness
B: LED harness
C: LED harness
adapter
D: Probe

Making voltage and


resistance measurements
during troubleshooting
A: Connect pin contact
pressure inspection
B: Power circuit inspection
C: Power circuit inspection
D: Commercial tester
connection

D
MB991223 AC

TROUBLESHOOTING
SYMPTOM CHART
M1543007201086

Symptom

Inspection
procedure No.

Reference page

Speedometer does not work (the other meters work). <M/T>

P.54A-33

Speedometer does not work (the other meters work). <A/T>

P.54A-39

Tachometer does not work (the other meters work).

P.54A-45

Fuel gauge does not work (the other meters work).

P.54A-49

Engine coolant temperature gauge does not work (the other


meters work).

P.54A-52

Combination meters does not work (the instruments do not


work).

P.54A-55

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-33

COMBINATION METER ASSEMBLY

SYMPTOM PROCEDURES
INSPECTION PROCEDURE 1: Speedometer does not work (the other meters work.) <M/T>

Speedometer Circuit
IGNITION
SWITCH (IG1)

COMBINATION
METER

CONTROL CIRCUIT

DIAGNOSIS
CONNECTOR
FRONT SIDE

VEHICLE
SPEED
SENSOR

ENGINE-ECU

NOTE
LH drive vehicles
RH drive vehicles

Wire colour code


B : Black LG : Light green G : Green L : Blue W : White Y : Yellow
BR : Brown O : Orange GR : Gray R : Red P : Pink V : Violet

SB : Sky blue

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-34

COMBINATION METER ASSEMBLY

TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION (COMMENT)


The engine-ECU and its associated components, the
combination meter assembly, the wiring harness, or
the connector(s) may be defective.
TROUBLESHOOTING HINTS
Malfunction of the vehicle speed sensor
Malfunction of the engine-ECU
Malfunction of the combination meter assembly
The wiring harness or connectors may have
loose, corroded, or damaged terminals, or
terminals pushed back in the connector.

(2) Use the MUT-II/III to enter simulated vehicle


speed.
Q: Does the speedometer show that simulated vehicle
speed?
YES : Go to Step 6.
NO : Go to Step 2.

STEP 2. Check the vehicle speed sensor.


(MUT-II/III diagnosis code)
<Using the MUT-II>
Steering shaft

DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 1. Check the speedometer.
<Using the MUT-II>
Steering shaft

MB991502
AC304777AB

<Using the MUT-III>

MB991502
AC304777AB

<Using the MUT-III>

16-PIN
MB991911
MB991824

16-PIN
MB991911
MB991824
MB991827

AC304950AB

(1) Connect MUT-II/III to the diagnosis connector.


(2) Turn the ignition switch to the "ON" position.
(3) Read the MPI system diagnosis code.
Q: Is MPI system diagnosis code P0500 output?
YES : Refer to P.13A-189 <4G1> or P.13B-168
MB991827

AC304950AB

(1) Connect the MUT-II/III to the diagnosis connector.

<4G6>.
NO : Go to Step 3.

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-35

COMBINATION METER ASSEMBLY

STEP 3. Connector check: Combination meter


connector C-04 and diagnosis connector C-11
Connector: C-04
<L.H. drive vehicles>

STEP 4. Check the wiring harness between


combination meter connector C-04 (terminal 12)
and diagnosis connector C-11 (terminal 14).
Connector: C-03, C-04
<L.H. drive vehicles>

C-04

Harness side
C-03
C-03 (B)

Harness side
C-04
AC303798 AT
AC303798 AU

Connector: C-11
<L.H. drive vehicles>

Connector: C-11
<L.H. drive vehicles>
C-11 (B)
C-11 (B)

Front side
Front side

AC303800 AH
AC303800 AH

Connector: C-04
<R.H. drive vehicles>

Connector: C-04
<R.H. drive vehicles>

Harness side
Harness side
AC303814 AT
AC303814 AT

Connector: C-11
<R.H. drive vehicles>

Front side

Connector: C-11
<R.H. drive vehicles>

C-11 (B)
Front side

C-11 (B)

AC303812 AD
AC303812 AD

Q: Is combination meter connector C-04 and


diagnosis connector C-11 in good condition?
YES : Go to Step 4.
NO : Repair or replace the damage

component(s).

NOTE: Prior to the wiring harness inspection, joint


connector C-03 <L.H. drive vehicles>, and repair if
necessary.

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-36

COMBINATION METER ASSEMBLY

Q: Is the wiring harness between combination meter


connector C-04 (terminal 12) and diagnosis
connector C-11 (terminal 14) in good condition?
YES : Go to Step 5.
NO : Repair or replace the wiring harness.

Connector: C-04
<R.H. drive vehicles>

STEP 5. Retest the system.


Q: Is the speedometer normal?
YES : The procedure is complete. (If no

malfunctions are found in all steps, an


intermittent malfunction is suspected. Refer
to GROUP 00, How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service
Points-How to Cope with Intermittent
Malfunction P.00-6).
NO : Replace the combination meter assembly.

Harness side

AC303814 AT

Connector: C-127
<R.H. drive vehicles>

C-127 (Y)
Harness side

STEP 6. Check whether the diagnosis code is


reset.
Q: Is the MPI-related diagnosis code set?
YES : Refer to GROUP 13A Troubleshooting

P.13A-16, GROUP 13B Troubleshooting


P.13B-16.
NO : Go to Step 7.

STEP 7. Connector check: Combination meter


connector C-04 and engine-ECU connector C-125
<L.H. drive vehicles>, C-127 <R.H. drive
vehicles>
Connector: C-04
<L.H. drive vehicles>

Harness side

AC303798 AT

Connector: C-125
<L.H. drive vehicles>

C-125 (Y)

Harness side
58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51
66 65 64 63 62 61 60 59

AC303804 AT

56 55 54 53 52 51
62 61 60 59 58 57

AC303816AW

Q: Is combination meter connector C-04 and


engine-ECU connector C-125 <L.H. drive vehicles>,
C-127 <R.H. drive vehicles> in good condition?
YES : Go to Step 8.
NO : Repair or replace the damage

component(s).

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-37

COMBINATION METER ASSEMBLY

STEP 8. Check the wiring harness between


combination meter connector C-04 (terminal 11)
and engine-ECU connector C-125 <L.H. drive
vehicles>, C-127 <R.H. drive vehicles> (terminal
58).

Connector: C-12, C-14


<L.H. drive vehicles>

Connector: C-04
<L.H. drive vehicles>
C-14 (GR)

Harness side

C-12

Harness side
C-12
AC303798 AT

Connector: C-125
<L.H. drive vehicles>

C-14

C-125 (Y)
AC303801AD

NOTE: Prior to the wiring harness inspection, check


intermediate connectors C-14, joint connectors C-12
and repair if necessary.

Harness side
58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51
66 65 64 63 62 61 60 59

AC303804 AT

Connector: C-04
<R.H. drive vehicles>

Q: Is the wiring harness between combination meter


connector C-04 (terminal 11) and engine-ECU
connector C-125 <L.H. drive vehicles>, C-127 <R.H.
drive vehicles (terminal 58) in good condition?
YES : Go to Step 9.
NO : Repair the wiring harness.

STEP 9. Retest the system.


Harness side

Q: Is the speedometer normal?


YES : The procedure is complete. If no
AC303814 AT

Connector: C-127
<R.H. drive vehicles>

C-127 (Y)
Harness side
56 55 54 53 52 51
62 61 60 59 58 57

AC303816AW

malfunctions are found in all steps, an


intermittent malfunction is suspected (Refer
to GROUP 00, How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service
Points-How to Cope with Intermittent
Malfunction P.00-6).
NO : Go to Step 10.

54A-38

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL
COMBINATION METER ASSEMBLY

STEP 10. Pulse check


Use the MUT-II/III or a voltmeter to check that the
vehicle speed signal is received.
System switch

Check conditions

Vehicle speed signal

When the vehicle speed


has reached 10 km/h or
more

OK: The MUT-II/III sounds or the voltmeter


needle fluctuates.
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Replace the combination meter assembly.
NO : Replace the engine-ECU.

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-39

COMBINATION METER ASSEMBLY

INSPECTION PROCEDURE 2: Speedometer does not work (the other meters work.) <A/T>

Speedometer Circuit
IGNITION
SWITCH (IG1)

A/T
CONTROL
RELAY

COMBINATION METER

OUTPUT
SHAFT
SPEED
SENSOR

CONTROL CIRCUIT

ENGINEA/T-ECU

DIAGNOSIS
CONNECOTR
FRONT SIDE

NOTE
LH drive vehicles
RH drive vehicles

ENGINEA/T-ECU

Wire colour code


B : Black LG : Light green G : Green L : Blue W : White Y : Yellow
BR : Brown O : Orange GR : Gray R : Red P : Pink V : Violet

SB : Sky blue

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-40

COMBINATION METER ASSEMBLY

TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION (COMMENT)


The engine-ECU and its associated components, the
combination meter assembly, the wiring harness, or
the connector(s) may be defective.
TROUBLESHOOTING HINTS
Malfunction of the vehicle speed sensor
Malfunction of the engine-ECU
Malfunction of the combination meter assembly
The wiring harness or connectors may have
loose, corroded, or damaged terminals, or
terminals pushed back in the connector.

(2) Use the MUT-II/III to enter simulated vehicle


speed.
Q: Does the speedometer show that simulated vehicle
speed?
YES : Go to Step 6.
NO : Go to Step 2.

STEP 2. Check the output shaft speed sensor.


(MUT-II/III diagnosis code)
<Using the MUT-II>
Steering shaft

DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 1. Check the speedometer.
<Using the MUT-II>
Steering shaft

MB991502
AC304777AB

<Using the MUT-III>

MB991502
AC304777AB

<Using the MUT-III>

16-PIN
MB991911
MB991824

16-PIN
MB991911
MB991824
MB991827

AC304950AB

(1) Connect MUT-II/III to the diagnosis connector.


(2) Turn the ignition switch to the "ON" position.
(3) Read the automatic transmission system
diagnosis code.
MB991827

AC304950AB

(1) Connect the MUT-II/III to the diagnosis connector.

Q: Is automatic transmission system diagnosis code


23 output?
YES : Refer to P.23A-37.
NO : Go to Step 3.

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-41

COMBINATION METER ASSEMBLY

STEP 3. Connector check: Combination meter


connector C-04 and diagnosis connector C-11
Connector: C-04
<L.H. drive vehicles>

STEP 4. Check the wiring harness between


combination meter connector C-04 (terminal 12)
and diagnosis connector C-11 (terminal 14).
Connector: C-03, C-04
<L.H. drive vehicles>

C-04

Harness side
C-03
C-03 (B)

Harness side
C-04
AC303798 AT
AC303798 AU

Connector: C-11
<L.H. drive vehicles>

Connector: C-11
<L.H. drive vehicles>
C-11 (B)
C-11 (B)

Front side
Front side

AC303800 AH
AC303800 AH

Connector: C-04
<R.H. drive vehicles>

Connector: C-04
<R.H. drive vehicles>

Harness side
Harness side
AC303814 AT
AC303814 AT

Connector: C-11
<R.H. drive vehicles>

Front side

Connector: C-11
<R.H. drive vehicles>

C-11 (B)
Front side

C-11 (B)

AC303812 AD
AC303812 AD

Q: Is combination meter connector C-04 and


diagnosis connector C-11 in good condition?
YES : Go to Step 4.
NO : Repair or replace the damage

component(s).

NOTE: Prior to the wiring harness inspection, joint


connector C-03 <L.H. drive vehicles>, and repair if
necessary.

54A-42

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL
COMBINATION METER ASSEMBLY

Q: Is the wiring harness between combination meter


connector C-04 (terminal 12) and diagnosis
connector C-11 (terminal 14) in good condition?
YES : Go to Step 5.
NO : Repair or replace the wiring harness.

Connector: C-124, C-126


<L.H. drive vehicles>

STEP 5. Retest the system.


Q: Is the speedometer normal?
YES : The procedure is complete. (If no

malfunctions are found in all steps, an


intermittent malfunction is suspected. Refer
to GROUP 00, How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service
Points-How to Cope with Intermittent
Malfunction P.00-6).
NO : Replace the combination meter assembly.

C-126 (GR)

C-124 (GR)

Harness side
C-124
43 42 41
46 45 44
57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47
66 65 64
63 62 61 60
59 58

C-126

STEP 6. Check whether the diagnosis code is


reset.

77 76 75
74 73 72 71
89 88 87 86 85 84 83 82 81 80 79 78
98 97
96 95
94 93 92
91 90

Q: Is the MPI-related diagnosis code set?


YES : Refer to GROUP 13A Troubleshooting

P.13A-16, GROUP 13B Troubleshooting


P.13B-16.
NO : Go to Step 7.

STEP 7. Connector check: Combination meter


connector C-04 and engine-A/T-ECU connector
C-124, C-126
Connector: C-04
<L.H. drive vehicles>

AC303805 AK

Connector: C-04
<R.H. drive vehicles>

Harness side

AC303814 AT

Harness side

AC303798 AT

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-43

COMBINATION METER ASSEMBLY

STEP 8. Check the wiring harness between


combination meter connector C-04 (terminal 11,
12) and engine-A/T-ECU connector C-124 <L.H.
drive vehicles>, C-126 <R.H. drive vehicles>
(terminal 43, 80).

Connector: C-124, C-126


<R.H. drive vehicles>

C-126 (GR)
C-124 (GR)

Connector: C-03, C-04


<L.H. drive vehicles>

C-04

Harness side
C-03
C-03 (B)

C-04

Harness side
C-124

AC303798 AU

43 42 41
46 45 44
57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47
66 65 64
63 62 61 60
59 58

Connector: C-124, C-126


<L.H. drive vehicles>

C-126
77 76 75
74 73 72 71
89 88 87 86 85 84 83 82 81 80 79 78
98 97
96 95
94 93 92
91 90

AC303817 AM

Q: Is combination meter connector C-04 and


engine-A/T-ECU connector C-124, C-126 in good
condition?
YES : Go to Step 8.
NO : Repair or replace the damage

C-126 (GR)

C-124 (GR)

component(s).
Harness side
C-124
43 42 41
46 45 44
57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47
66 65 64
63 62 61 60
59 58

C-126
77 76 75
74 73 72 71
89 88 87 86 85 84 83 82 81 80 79 78
98 97
96 95
94 93 92
91 90

AC303805 AK

Connector: C-04
<R.H. drive vehicles>

Harness side

AC303814 AT

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-44

COMBINATION METER ASSEMBLY


Q: Is the wiring harness between combination meter
connector C-04 (terminal 11, 12) and
engine-A/T-ECU connector C-124 (terminal 43, 80)
in good condition?
YES : Go to Step 9.
NO : Repair the wiring harness.

Connector: C-124, C-126


<R.H. drive vehicles>

C-126 (GR)
C-124 (GR)

STEP 9. Retest the system.


Q: Is the speedometer normal?
YES : The procedure is complete. (If no

malfunctions are found in all steps, an


intermittent malfunction is suspected. Refer
to GROUP 00, How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service
Points-How to Cope with Intermittent
Malfunction P.00-6).
NO : Go to Step 10.

Harness side
C-124
43 42 41
46 45 44
57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47
66 65 64
63 62 61 60
59 58

C-126
77 76 75
74 73 72 71
89 88 87 86 85 84 83 82 81 80 79 78
98 97
96 95
94 93 92
91 90

AC303817 AM

Connector: C-12
<L.H. drive vehicles>

Harness side

STEP 10. Pulse check


Use the MUT-II/III or a voltmeter to check that the
vehicle speed signal is received.
System switch

Check conditions

Vehicle speed signal

When the vehicle speed


has reached 10 km/h or
more

OK: The MUT-II/III sounds or the voltmeter


needle fluctuates.

AC303800 AI

Connector: C-134
<R.H. drive vehicles>

Harness side

AC303818 AN

NOTE: Prior to the wiring harness inspection, check


joint connectors C-12 (L.H. drive vehicles), C-134
(R.H. drive vehicles), C-03 (L.H. drive vehicles) and
repair if necessary.

Q: Is the check result normal?


YES : Replace the combination meter assembly.
NO : Replace the engine-ECU.

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-45

COMBINATION METER ASSEMBLY

INSPECTION PROCEDURE 3: Tachometer does not work (the other meters work.)

Tachometer Circuit
COMBINATION
METER

CONTROL
CIRCUIT

NOTE
LH drive vehicles
RH drive vehicles
M/T
A/T

ENGINE-ECU
,

ENGINE-A/T-ECU

Wire colour code


B : Black LG : Light green G : Green L : Blue W : White Y : Yellow
BR : Brown O : Orange GR : Gray R : Red P : Pink V : Violet

SB : Sky blue

TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION (COMMENT)


Ignition signal may not be received from the
engine-ECU, or the combination meter assembly, the
wiring harness, or the connector(s) may be defective.

DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE

TROUBLESHOOTING HINTS
Malfunction of the combination meter assembly
The wiring harness or connectors may have
loose, corroded, or damaged terminals, or
terminals pushed back in the connector.

Q: Is the MPI-related diagnosis code set?


Code No.P0500 <M/T> or 23 <A/T> is set : Refer to

STEP 1. Check whether the diagnosis code is


reset.

GROUP 13A Troubleshooting P.13A-16,


GROUP 13B Troubleshooting P.13B-16.
NO : Go to Step 2

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COMBINATION METER ASSEMBLY

STEP 2. Connector check: Combination meter


connector C-04 and engine-ECU connector C-125
<L.H. drive vehicles>, C-127 <R.H. drive
vehicles> or engine-A/T-ECU connector C-124

Connector: C-124 <A/T>, C-127 <M/T>


<R.H. drive vehicles>

Connector: C-04
<L.H. drive vehicles>
C-124 (GR)

C-127 (Y)

Harness side
Harness side
AC303798 AT

Connector: C-124 <A/T>, C-125 <M/T>


<L.H. drive vehicles>

C-124
43 42 41
46 45 44
57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47
66 65 64
63 62 61 60
59 58

C-127
6 5 4 3 2 1
12 11 10 9 8 7

AC303817 AN

C-124 (GR), C-125 (Y)

Q: Is combination meter connector C-04 and


engine-ECU connector C-125 <L.H. drive vehicles>,
C-127 <R.H. drive vehicles> or engine-A/T-ECU
connector C-124 in good condition?
YES : Go to Step 3
NO : Repair or replace the damage

Harness side
C-124

component(s).

43 42 41
46 45 44
57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47
66 65 64
63 62 61 60
59 58

STEP 3. Retest the system.

C-125

Q: Is the tachometer normal?


YES : Intermittent Malfunction. Refer to GROUP

AC303805 AL

Connector: C-04
<R.H. drive vehicles>

Harness side

AC303814 AT

00, How to Use Troubleshooting/Inspection


Service Points-How to Cope with
Intermittent Malfunction P.00-6).
NO : Go to Step 4

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COMBINATION METER ASSEMBLY

STEP 4. Check the wiring harness between


combination meter connector C-04 (terminal 11)
and engine-ECU connector C-125 <L.H. drive
vehicles>, C-127 <R.H. drive vehicles> (terminal
58) or engine-A/T-ECU connector C-124 (terminal
43).

Connector: C-124 <A/T>, C-127 <M/T>


<R.H. drive vehicles>

C-124 (GR)

Connector: C-04
<L.H. drive vehicles>

C-127 (Y)

Harness side

Harness side

C-124
AC303798 AT

Connector: C-124 <A/T>, C-125 <M/T>


<L.H. drive vehicles>

43 42 41
46 45 44
57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47
66 65 64
63 62 61 60
59 58

C-127
6 5 4 3 2 1
12 11 10 9 8 7

AC303817 AN

C-124 (GR), C-125 (Y)

Harness side
C-124
43 42 41
46 45 44
57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47
66 65 64
63 62 61 60
59 58

C-125

AC303805 AL

Connector: C-04
<R.H. drive vehicles>

Harness side

AC303814 AT

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COMBINATION METER ASSEMBLY


Q: Is the wiring harness between combination meter
connector C-04 (terminal 11) and engine-ECU
connector C-125 <L.H. drive vehicles>, C-127 <R.H.
drive vehicles> (terminal 58) or engine-A/T-ECU
connector C-124 (terminal 43) in good condition?
YES : Replace the combination meter assembly.
NO : Repair or replace the damage

Connector: C-12, C-14


<L.H. drive vehicles>

component(s).
C-14 (GR)

C-12

Harness side
C-12

C-14

AC303801AD

Connector: C-134, C-136


<R.H. drive vehicles>

C-134
C-136 (GR)

Harness side
C-134

C-136

AC303819 AD

NOTE: Prior to the wiring harness inspection, check


intermediate connector C-14 <L.H. drive vehicles>,
C-136 <R.H. drive vehicles>, joint connector C-12
<L.H. drive vehicles>, C134 <R.H. drive vehicles>
and repair if necessary.

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COMBINATION METER ASSEMBLY

INSPECTION PROCEDURE 4: Fuel gauge does not work (the other meters work.)

Fuel Gauge Circuit


COMBINATION
METER

CONTROL
CIRCUIT

FUEL
GAUGE
UNIT

NOTE
LH drive vehicles
RH drive vehicles
SEDAN
WAGON

Wire colour code


B : Black LG : Light green G : Green L : Blue
W : White Y : Yellow SB : Sky blue BR : Brown
O : Orange GR : Gray R : Red P : Pink V : Violet

TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION (COMMENT)


If only the fuel gauge does not operate, fuel gauge
unit the combination meter, wiring harness or
connector(s) may be defective.

TROUBLESHOOTING HINTS
Malfunction of the fuel gauge unit.
The wiring harness or connectors may have
loose, corroded, or damaged terminals, or
terminals pushed back in the connector.
Malfunction of the combination meter.

54A-50

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL
COMBINATION METER ASSEMBLY

DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE

STEP 2. Connector check: Combination meter


connector C-04, fuel gauge unit connector D-13

STEP 1. Check the fuel gauge circuit.


(1) Disconnect D-13 fuel gauge unit connector.

Connector: C-04
<L.H. drive vehicles>

MB991219
Test lamp
(12 V - 3.4 W)
Fuel gauge

Harness side
Earth
AC303798 AT

Harness side
AC305320AB

(2) Connect a test lamp (12 V 3.4 W) via test


harness (MB991219) between the wiring harness
connector terminals 1 and 2.
(3) Turn the ignition switch to the "ON" position.

Connector: D-13
<Sedan>
D-13 (B)
Harness side

Q: Does the test lamp illuminate?


YES : Go to Step 4.
NO : Go to Step 2.
AC303871AI

Connector: D-13
<Wagon>

Harness side

D-13 (B)

AC303917 AH

Q: Is combination meter connector C-04, fuel gauge


unit connector D-13 in good condition?
YES : Go to Step 3.
NO : Repair or replace the damaged

component(s).

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COMBINATION METER ASSEMBLY

STEP 3. Check the wiring harness between


combination meter connector C-06 (terminal 51)
and fuel gauge unit connector D-13 (terminal 1).

54A-51

Connector C-22
<L.H. drive vehicles>

Connector: C-06
<L.H. drive vehicles>
Harness side
C-06 (L)
AC303798 AW

Harness side
51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31

Connector: C-120
<R.H. drive vehicles>

AC303798 AV

Connector: C-06
<R.H. drive vehicles>
Harness side
C-06 (L)

AC303816 AY

Harness side
51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31

Connector: D-18
<Sedan>

AC303814 AU

Connector: D-13
<Sedan>
Harness side
D-13 (B)
Harness side
AC303871AJ

Connector: D-18
<Wagon>
AC303871AI

Connector: D-13
<Wagon>

Harness side

Harness side

D-13 (B)
AC303917 AG

AC303917 AH

NOTE: Prior to the wiring harness inspection, check


intermediate connector C-22 <L.H. drive vehicles>,
C-120 <R.H. drive vehicles>, D-18, and repair if
necessary.
Q: Is the wiring harness between combination meter
connector C-06 (terminal 51) and fuel gauge unit
connector D-13 (terminal 1) in good condition?
YES : Go to Step 4.
NO : Repair or replace the damaged

component(s). Then go to Step 4.

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COMBINATION METER ASSEMBLY


YES : The procedure is complete. If no

STEP 4. Retest the system.

malfunctions are found in all steps, an


intermittent malfunction is suspected (Refer
to GROUP 00, How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service
Points-How to Cope with Intermittent
Malfunction P.00-6).
NO : Replace combination meter.

Q: Is the fuel gauge normal?

INSPECTION PROCEDURE 5: Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge does not Work. (the other meters
work.)

Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge Circuit


COMBINATION
METER

CONTROL
CIRCUIT

NOTE
LH drive vehicles
RH drive vehicles

ENGINE COOLANT
TEMPERATURE
GAUGE UNIT

Wire colour code


B : Black LG : Light green G : Green L : Blue W : White Y : Yellow
BR : Brown O : Orange GR : Gray R : Red P : Pink V : Violet

TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION (COMMENT)


If only the engine coolant temperature gauge does
not operate, the combination meter, the wiring
harness or its connector may be defective.
TROUBLESHOOTING HINTS
Malfunction of the engine coolant temperature
gauge unit
The wiring harness or connectors may have
loose, corroded, or damaged terminals, or
terminals pushed back in the connector.
Malfunction of the combination meter.

SB : Sky blue

DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
STEP 1. Check the engine coolant temperature
gauge unit.
Check to see that the engine coolant temperature
gauge unit operate normally. Refer to P.54A-63.
Q: Is the engine coolant temperature gauge unit
normal?
YES : Go to Step 2.
NO : Replace the fuel gauge unit. Then go to step

4.

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COMBINATION METER ASSEMBLY

STEP 2. Connector check: Combination meter


connector C-06 and engine coolant temperature
gauge unit connector B-112
Connector: B-112
<4G1-MPI>

STEP 3. Check the wiring harness between


combination meter connector C-06 (terminal 50)
and engine coolant temperature gauge unit
connector B-112 (terminal 1).
Connector: B-112
<4G1-MPI>

B-112 (B)
Harness side

B-112 (B)
Harness side

AC303784 AF
AC303784 AF

Connector: B-112
<4G6-MPI>

Connector: B-112
<4G6-MPI>

Harness side

B-112 (B)

Harness side

B-112 (B)

AC303792 AE
AC303792 AE

Connector: C-06
<L.H. drive vehicles>

Connector: C-06
<L.H. drive vehicles>

C-06 (L)
C-06 (L)
Harness side
51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31

AC303798 AV

Harness side
51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31

AC303798 AV

Connector: C-06
<R.H. drive vehicles>

Connector: C-06
<R.H. drive vehicles>

C-06 (L)
C-06 (L)
Harness side
51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31

AC303814 AU

Harness side
51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31

AC303814 AU

Q: Is combination meter connector C-06 and engine


coolant temperature gauge unit connector B-112 in
good condition?
YES : Go to Step 3.
NO : Repair or replace the damage

component(s).

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COMBINATION METER ASSEMBLY

STEP 4. Retest the system

Connector: C-13
<L.H. drive vehicles>

Q: Is the engine coolant temperature gauge normal?


YES : The procedure is complete. If no

Harness side

AC303800 AG

Connector: C-137
<R.H. drive vehicels>

Harness side

AC303818 AM

NOTE: Prior to the wiring harness inspection, check


intermediate connectors C-13 <L.H.drive vehicles>,
C-137 <R.H.drive vehicles>, and repair if necessary.
Q: Is the wiring harness between combination meter
connector C-06 (terminal 50) and engine coolant
temperature gauge unit connector B-112 (terminal
1) in good condition?
YES : . Go to Step 4.
NO : . Repair or replace the damage

component(s).

malfunctions are found in all steps, an


intermittent malfunction is suspected (Refer
to GROUP 00, How to Use
Troubleshooting/Inspection Service
Points-How to Cope with Intermittent
Malfunction P.00-6).
NO : Replace the combination meter.

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54A-55

COMBINATION METER ASSEMBLY

INSPECTION PROCEDURE 6: Combination meter does not work. (the instruments do not work)

Combination Meter Power Source Circuit


IGNITION
SWITCH (IG1)

BATTERY

RELAY
BOX

COMBINATION
METER
CONTROL CIRCUIT

Wire colour code


B : Black LG : Light green G : Green L : Blue W : White Y : Yellow
BR : Brown O : Orange GR : Gray R : Red P : Pink V : Violet

TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION (COMMENT)


The cause is thought to be malfunction of the power,
earth circuitry or combination meter.

NOTE
LH drive vehicles
RH drive vehicles

SB : Sky blue

TROUBLESHOOTING HINTS
Malfunction of the combination meter
Damaged wiring harness or connectors

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54A-56

COMBINATION METER ASSEMBLY

DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE

STEP 2. Connector check: Combination meter


connector C-04.

STEP 1. Voltage measurement at combination


meter connector C-04 in order to check the
battery circuit of power supply system to the
combination meter.

Connector: C-04
<L.H. drive vehicles>

Connector: C-04
<L.H. drive vehicles>

Harness side

AC303798 AT

Connector: C-04
<R.H. drive vehicles>

Harness side

AC303798 AT

Connector: C-04
<R.H. drive vehicles>
Harness side

AC303814 AT

Harness side

AC303814 AT

(1) Disconnect the combination meter connector


C-04 and measure the voltage at combination
meter connector C-04 harness side.

Q: Is combination meter connector C-04 in good


condition?
YES : Go to Step 3.
NO : Repair or replace the connector. Check to

see that all meters operate.


STEP 3. Check the wiring harness between
combination meter connector C-04 (terminal 7)
and battery.
Connector: C-04
<L.H. drive vehicles>

Connector C-04
(Harness side)

Harness side
AC301541 EZ

(2) Measure the voltage between terminal 7 and


earth.
OK: System voltage

AC303798 AT

Connector: C-04
<R.H. drive vehicles>

Q: IS the check result normal?


YES : Go to Step 4.
NO : Go to Step 2.

Harness side

AC303814 AT

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COMBINATION METER ASSEMBLY

Q: Are the wiring harness between combination meter


connector C-04 (terminal 7) and battery in good
condition?
YES : There is no action to be taken.
NO : Repair or replace the wiring harness. Check

Connector: C-27
<L.H. drive vehicles>

to see that all meters operate.

Harness side

AC303798 AX

STEP 4. Voltage measurement at combination


meter connector C-04 to check the battery circuit
of power supply system to the combination
meter.
Connector: C-04
<L.H. drive vehicles>

Connector: C-103
<L.H. drive vehicles>

C-103 (GR)

Harness side

Harness side

AC303798 AT

AC303802 AG

Connector: C-04
<R.H. drive vehicles>

Connector: C-103
<R.H. drive vehicles>

C-103 (GR)
Harness side

Harness side

AC303814 AT

AC303818 AO

(1) Measure at combination meter connector C-04


without disconnecting the connector.
(2) Turn the ignition switch to ON position.

Connector: C-115
<R.H. drive vehicles>
Harness side

AC303816 AZ

NOTE: Prior to the wiring harness inspection, check


intermediate connectors C-27 <L.H. drive vehicles>,
C-115 <R.H. drive vehicles>, joint connector C-103,
and repair if necessary.

Connector: C-04
(Harness side)

AC301541FA

(3) Measure the voltage between terminal 9 and


earth.
OK: System voltage
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Go to Step 7.
NO : Go to Step 5.

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COMBINATION METER ASSEMBLY

STEP 5. Connector check: combination meter


connector C-04
Connector: C-04
<L.H. drive vehicles>

Connector: C-210, C-212


<L.H. drive vehicles>
Front view
C-210

Harness side

C-212
Harness side
C-210

AC303798 AT

Connector: C-04
<R.H. drive vehicles>
C-212

Harness side
AC303809 AX
AC303814 AT

Q: Is combination meter connector C-04 in good


condition?
YES : Go to Step 6.
NO : Repair or replace the connector. Check to

Connector: C-210, C-212


<R.H. drive vehicles>

Front view

C-210

see that all meters operate.


STEP 6. Check the wiring harness between
combination meter connector C-04 (terminal 9)
and ignition switch (IG1).
Connector: C-03, C-04
<L.H. drive vehicles>

C-04

Harness side
C-03

C-212
Harness side
C-210

C-212
C-03 (B)

C-04
AC303798 AU

Connector: C-04
<R.H. drive vehicles>

AC303823 AU

NOTE: Prior to the wiring harness inspection, check


Junction block connectors C-210 and C-212, joint
connector C-03 <L.H. drive vehicles>, and repair if
necessary.

Harness side

AC303814 AT

Q: Are the wiring harness between combination meter


connector C-04 (terminal 42) and ignition switch
(IG1) in good condition?
YES : There is no action to be taken.
NO : Repair or replace the wiring harness. Check

to see that all meters operate.

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COMBINATION METER ASSEMBLY

STEP 7. Resistance measurement at combination


meter connector C-04 to check the earth circuit
to the combination meter.
Connector: C-04
<L.H. drive vehicles>

STEP 8. Connector check: Combination meter


connector C-04.
Connector: C-04
<L.H. drive vehicles>

Harness side
Harness side
AC303798 AT
AC303798 AT

Connector: C-04
<R.H. drive vehicles>

Connector: C-04
<R.H. drive vehicles>

Harness side
Harness side
AC303814 AT
AC303814 AT

(1) Disconnect the combination meter connector


C-04 and measure the resistance at combination
meter connector C-04.

Q: Is combination meter connector C-04 in good


condition?
YES : Go to Step 9.
NO : Repair or replace the wiring harness. Check

to see that all meters operate.

Connector: C-04
(Harness side)

AC301541FB

(2) Measure the resistance between terminal 1 and


earth.
OK: 2 ohms or less
(3) Measure the resistance between terminal 2 and
earth.
OK: 2 ohms or less
Q: Is the check result normal?
YES : Repair or replace the connector.
NO : Go to Step 8.

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54A-60

COMBINATION METER ASSEMBLY

STEP 9. Check the wiring harness between


combination meter connector C-04 (terminal 1
and 2) and earth.
Connector: C-04
<L.H. drive vehicles>

Harness side

AC303798 AT

Connector: C-04
<R.H. drive vehicles>

Harness side

AC303814 AT

Q: Are the wiring harness between combination meter


connector C-04 (terminal 1 and 2) and earth in
good condition?
YES : This procedure is complete.
NO : Repair or replace the wiring harness. Check

to see that all meters operate.

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54A-61

COMBINATION METER ASSEMBLY

ON-VEHICLE SERVICE
SPEEDOMETER CHECK
M1543000900423

Adjust the pressure of tyres to the specified level.


(Refer to GROUP 31, On-vehicle Service P.31-8.)
!

5. If not to the standard value, inspect for proper tyre


size. If not correct, replace the tyres with original
size tyres and retest. If correct, replace the
speedometer. If still not to standard value, replace
the vehicle speed sensor.

TACHOMETER CHECK

CAUTION

M1543001000434

Do not operate the clutch suddenly. Do not


increase/decrease speed rapidly while testing.

Engine speed
indicator
Paper clip

Probe for detection


of engine speed

Wheel stopper
AC305135AB

1. Set the vehicle onto a speedometer tester and


use wheel chocks to hold the rear wheels.
2. To prevent the front wheel from moving from side
to side, attach tension bars to the tie-down hook,
and secure both ends to anchor plates.
Tension bar

Front

Anchor plate

AC001288 AB

3. To prevent the vehicle from moving, attach a


chain or wire to the rear retraction hook, and
make sure the end of the chain or wire is secured.
4. Check if the speedometer indicator range is within
the standard values.
Standard value:
Standard indicator
km/h (mph)

Allowance range km/h


(mph)

20 (12)

20 24 (12 15)

40 (25)

40 44 (25 28)

80 (50)

80 85 (50 53)

120 (75)

121 127 (75 79)

160 (100)

162 169 (100 105)

200 (125)

203 211 (126 131)

AC305138AB

1. Attach an external high quality tachometer to the


engine speed detection connector on the harness
side (such as with a paper clip).
NOTE: For tachometer check, use an external
high quality inductive tachometer.
2. Compare the readings of the vehicle tachometer
and the external tachometer at every engine
speed, and check if the variations are within the
standard values.
Standard values:
Engine speed (r/min)

Indication allowance of
tachometer r/min

700

120

2, 000

175 + 225

3, 000

175 + 300

4, 000

225 + 375

5, 000

225 + 425

6, 000

225 + 475

7, 000

200 + 500

8, 000

100 + 500

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54A-62

COMBINATION METER ASSEMBLY

FUEL TANK GAUGE UNIT CHECK

Standard values:

M1543001200461

Remove the fuel tank gauge unit. (Refer to GROUP


13C, Fuel Tank P.13C-4.)

Float Position

Resistance of Gauge

Position F

31

FUEL TANK GAUGE UNIT RESISTANCE

Position E

110 1

2. Check that resistance value changes smoothly


when the float moves slowly between position "F"
(highest) and position "E" (lowest).
3. If all checks are correct, go to fuel tank gauge unit
float height check. If any check is not correct,
replace the fuel tank gauge unit.

Earth

1 2 3

FUEL TANK GAUGE UNIT FLOAT HEIGHT

Fuel tank gauge unit

Position F
Position F

Stopper
Position E
Position E

AC005208AE

1. Check that resistance value between the fuel


gauge terminal and earth terminal is at the
standard value when the fuel tank gauge unit float
is between position "F" (highest) and position "E"
(lowest).

AC005209AD

1. Move the float and measure height A at position


"F" (highest) and B at position "E" (lowest) with
the float arm touching stopper.
Standard values:
Float Position

Float Centre Hight

Position F (A)

24.1 2.0 mm

Position E (B)

151.6 2.0 mm

2. If all checks are correct, go to fuel tank gauge unit


float height check. If any check is not correct,
replace the fuel tank gauge unit.

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-63

COMBINATION METER ASSEMBLY

ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE


GAUGE UNIT CHECK
M1543001500398

1. Drain the engine coolant. (Refer to GROUP 14,


On-vehicle Service P.14-22.)
2. Remove the engine coolant temperature gauge
unit.
Circuit tester

11 1 Nm
ACX00780AH

Thermometer

ACX00779 AI

3. Put engine coolant temperature gauge unit into


the hot water in specified temperature, and
ensure that basic resistance is within standard
value.
Standard value: 104 13.5 (at 70C)
Reference value
Temperature (C)
Resistance
50

230

60

155

80

73

4. After inspection, apply specified sealant at


threads of engine coolant temperature gauge unit,
and tighten to the specified torque.
Semi-drying sealant: 3M 1215 or equivalent
5. Add engine coolant. (Refer to GROUP 14,
On-vehicle Service P.14-22.)

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-64

COMBINATION METER ASSEMBLY

COMBINATION METER ASSEMBLY


REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
M1543021300028

4
2
3
AC304803 AB

1. Vehicle speed sensor

Removal steps
2. Meter bezel
3. Instrument panel ornament
4. Combination meter assembly

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL
COMBINATION METER ASSEMBLY

INSPECTION
M1543019502407

VEHICLE SPEED SENSOR CHECK <M/T>

54A-65

OUTPUT SHAFT SPEED SENSOR CHECK


<A/T>
Refer to P.23A-37.

COMBINATION METER INTERNAL


RESISTANCE CHECK
Turn
Shaft

Resistor
3 10 kW

AC305188AB

1. Remove the vehicle speed sensor and connect a


3 10 kiloohms resistor as shown in the
illustration.
2. Turn the shaft of the vehicle speed sensor and
check that there is voltage between terminals 2
3. (1 turn = 4 pulses)
3. If within the standard value, the vehicle speed
sensor is OK.
If not within the standard value, replace the
vehicle speed sensor.
Standard value: 0 or Battery Voltage (1turn =
4pulses)

AC005210AC

Use circuit tester to measure combination meter


internal resistance.
Standard Value:
measurin Terminal name
g terminal
No.

Standard
value ()

1-21

Engine coolant temperature 233 3


gauge to earth

31-51

Fuel gauge to earth

181 2

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-66

COMBINATION METER ASSEMBLY

DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY


M1543003100341

<1600 (SPORT), 2000>


3

5
2
4
1

AC305237AB

Disassembly steps (Continued)


4. Bulb
5. Combination meter assembly

Disassembly steps
1. Meter glass
2. Meter panel
3. Circuit board cover

<1300, 1600 (COMFORT)>


3
5
2
4

AC304664AB

Disassembly steps
1. Meter glass
2. Meter panel
3. Circuit board cover

Disassembly steps (Continued)


4. Bulb
5. Combination meter assembly

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-67

HEADLAMP

HEADLAMP
SERVICE SPECIFICATIONS
M1542000300332

Item
Headlamp aiming

Low beam

Standard value

Limit

Vertical
direction

0.69 below horizontal (H)

0.29 from the


standard value

Horizontal
direction

Position at which the stat up point 0.5 from the


of 15 is crossed with vertical line standard value
(V)

Measurement of headlamp illiminous intensity cd

TROUBLESHOOTING
M1542000701281

Features the headlamp automatic shutdown function


to avoid battery drain when the headlamps are left
on. The main features are as follows:
Extinguishes automatically in three minutes if the
ignition switch is turned off with the lighting switch
on.
Extinguishes in one second if the drivers door is
opened within that 3-minute period.
If the headlamps are turned on with the ignition
switch off, the headlamps and tail lamps will
extinguish in three minutes after the drivers door
is opened or closed.
The headlamps are controlled by the Smart Wiring
System (SWS). For troubleshooting, refer to
respective Groups below.
Not using SWS monitor: GROUP 54B, SWS
Troubleshooting P.54B-36.
Using SWS monitor: GROUP 54C, SWS
Troubleshooting P.54C-22.

ON-VEHICLE SERVICE

30,000 cd or more
per one headlamp
6. Thoroughly clean the headlamp lenses.
7. Place the vehicle on a level floor, perpendicular to
a flat screen 10 m away from the bulb
centre-marks on the headlamp lens.
8. Rock vehicle sideways to allow vehicle to assume
its normal position.
9. Bounce the front suspension through three (3)
oscillations by applying the body weight to hood
or bumper.
(1)
Screen

Headlamp centre line


(3)

(2)

Vehicle crntre line


(3)
10 m

In the centre
of headlamps

HEADLAMP AIMING
M1542000900538

PRE-AIMING INSTRUCTIONS
1. Inspect for badly rusted or faulty headlamp
assemblies.
2. These conditions must be corrected before a
satisfactory adjustment can be made.
3. Inspect tyre inflation, and adjust if it is necessary.
4. If the fuel tank is not full, place a weight in luggage
room of the vehicle to simulate weight of a full
tank (0.8 kg per litre).
5. There should be no other load in the vehicle other
than driver or substituted weight of approximately
75 kg placed in drivers position.

AC304804 AB

10.Four lines of adhesive tape (or equivalent


markings) are required on screen or wall:
(1) Position a vertical tape or mark so that it is
aligned with the vehicle centre line.

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-68

HEADLAMP

(2) Measure the distance from the centre-marks


on the headlamp lens to the floor. Transfer the
measurement to the screen. Horizontal tape or
mark on the screen is for reference of vertical
adjustment.
NOTE: Height from the floor to the centre of
the headlamps (Reference value): 840 mm
(3) Measure the distance from the centre line of
the vehicle to the centre of each headlamp.
Transfer the measurement to the screen.
Vertical tape or mark on the screen with
reference to the centre line of each headlamp
bulb.

HEADLAMP ADJUSTMENT
!

CAUTION

Do not cover a headlamp for more than three


minutes to prevent the plastic headlamp lens
deformation.
When adjusting one headlamp beam, make
sure that another headlamp is off by
disconnecting the connector from it. When
reconnecting the connector, make sure that
the headlamp beam is not disturbed
accidentally.
1. The low-beam headlamp should project on the
screen upper edge of the beam (cut-off).

Vertical
direction

Horizontal
direction
AC300567AB

Horizontal
direction

Vertical
direction

2. If not the case, turn the adjusting screws to


achieve the specified low-beam cut-off location on
the aiming screen.
(V)
Distance of
vertical direction
[0.69]

Headlamp
centre
15

(H)
High intensity
zone

AC305155AB

Standard value:
(Vertical direction) 0.69 below horizontal (H)
(Horizontal direction) Position at which the
stat up point of 15 is crossed with vertical
line (V)
Limit:
Vertical direction; 0.29 from the standard
value
Horizontal direction; 0.5 from the standard
value

LUMINOUS INTENSITY MEASUREMENT


M1542001000464

1. Set the headlamps to high-beam.


2. Using a photometer, and following its
manufacturers instruction manual, measure the
headlamp centre intensity and check to be sure
that the limit value is satisfied.
Limit: 30,000 cd or more {When a screen is
set 25m ahead of the vehicle}
NOTE: When measuring the intensity, maintain an
engine speed of 2,000 r/min., with the battery fully
charged.
There may be special local regulations pertaining to
headlamp intensity. Be sure to make any
adjustments necessary to satisfy such regulations.
If an illuminometer is used to make the
measurements, convert its values to photometer
values by using the following formula.
I =E x r2:
I = intensity (cd)
E = illumination (lux)
r = distance (m) from headlamps to illuminometer

AC300658AB

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-69

HEADLAMP

BULB REPLACEMENT

Position Lamp Bulb


M1542001300658

Headlamp Bulb
!

CAUTION

Do not touch the surface of the bulb with hands


or dirty gloves as the bulb may pop after a short
time. If the surface does become dirty, clean it
with alcohol or thinner, and let it dry thoroughly
before installing.
1. Disconnect the battery.
2. Disconnect the connector.

CAUTION

Do not touch the bulb surface bare-handed or


with dirty gloves. If dirt is attached on surface of
the bulb, immediately use alcohol or thinner to
remove dirt, and install the bulb after well dried.
1.

Position lamp

Spring

AC300668AB

Headlamp bulb

AC300667AB

3. Remove the socket cover.


4. Remove bulb mounting spring to pull out bulb.
5. After bulb is replaced, properly reconnect
connector.

Disconnect the connector.


2. Screw out position lamp socket to pull out
position lamp bulb.

Front Turn-Signal Lamp bulb


!

CAUTION

Do not touch the bulb surface bare-handed or


with dirty gloves. If dirt is attached on surface of
the bulb, immediately use alcohol or thinner to
remove dirt, and install the bulb after well dried.
1.

Front tuen signal lamp


AC300669AB

Disconnect the connector.


2. Screw out front turn-signal lamp socket to pull out
front turn-signal lamp bulb.

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-70

HEADLAMP

HEADLAMP
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
M1542001800244

Post-installation Operation
Headlamp Aiming Adjustment (Refer to P.54A-67.)

1
AC304719AB

>
<<A>

1.

Removal steps
Headlamp assembly

REMOVAL SERVICE POINT


<<A>> HEADLAMP ASSEMBLY REMOVAL

AC300678

AC300690

1. Remove the splash shield, the radiator grill, the


front bumper assembly installation clips, the
screws and the bolts as shown.

2. Slide the front bumper assembly and remove the


headlamp assembly.

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-71

HEADLAMP

HEADLAMP LEVELING SWITCH


REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
M1542013700040

2
1

AC304661AB

Removal steps
1. Switch panel
2. Headlamp leveling switch

INSPECTION
M1542011200908

HEAD LAMP LEVELING SWITCH


RESISTANCE CHECK

Terminal No.

Switch
position

Resistance

4-6

750 ohms

1050 ohms

1410 ohms

1710 ohms

2010 ohms

0, 1, 2, 3, 4

2830 ohms

5-6

AC305186AB

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-72

FOG LAMP

FOG LAMP
SERVICE SPECIFICATION
M1542000300343

Item

Standard value

Front fog lamp light axis check

Illuminates to within 40 metres

SPECIAL TOOL
M1542000600894

Tool

Number

Name

Use

MB990784

Ornament remover Removal of instrument panel


ornament

MB990784

TROUBLESHOOTING
M1542000701292

When the front fog lamp switch is turned to ON with


the tail lamp or the headlamp on (the tail lamp switch
or the headlamp switch is ON), the fog lamp relay
turns on, and the fog lamps will illuminate.
If the tail lamps or the headlamps are turned off with
the lighting switch OFF while the fog lamps are on,
the front fog lamps turn off at the same time to
prevent unattended operation.
If the tail lamps are turned off by the headlamp
automatic shutdown function, the fog lamps turn off
at the same time. However, if the tail lamps illuminate
again, the fog lamps do not.
The front fog lamps are controlled by the Smart
Wiring System (SWS). For troubleshooting, refer to
respective Groups below.
Not using SWS monitor: GROUP 54B, SWS
Troubleshooting P.54B-36.
Using SWS monitor: GROUP 54C, SWS
Troubleshooting P.54C-22.

ON-VEHICLE SERVICE

Run the engine at a speed of 2000 r/min to fully


charge the battery.
Turn on the front fog lamps and check that the
illumination is within the standard value range.
Standard value: Illuminates to within 40
metres
!

CAUTION

For the fog lamp which is not being measured,


disconnect that fog lamps connector if possible
so that it does not illuminate while carrying out
the adjustment. Furthermore, make sure that the
light axis does not get shifted when
re-connecting the connector.

Screwdriver (+)

FRONT FOG LAMP AIMING CHECK


M1542001100438

After setting the vehicles to the following condition,


adjust the front fog lamp aiming.
Check that the tyre inflation pressure is at the
value indicated on the tyre pressure labels.
Set the vehicle to the unladen condition and park
it on a level surface.
Have a single person (approximately 75 kg) sit in
the drivers seat.

AC301337AB

If the value is out of the standard value, insert the


screwdriver (+) through the aiming hole on the side
under cover to adjust by turning the adjusting gear
for fog lamp aiming.
NOTE: Horizontal adjustment is not possible.
In addition, the method of checking the light axis on a
screen (simple check) is given below.

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-73

FOG LAMP
!

CAUTION

For the front fog lamp which is not being


measured, disconnect that fog lamps connector
if possible so that it does not illuminate while
carrying out the adjustment. Furthermore, make
sure that the light axis does not get shifted when
re-connecting the connector.

In the centre
of front fog lamps

Screen

Screwdriver (+)
3m
Centre of lamp

H
AC305200AB

1. Place the screen so that it is directly opposite the


centre of the fog lamp at a distance of 3 metres,
and turn on the fog lamps.

Cut-off line

Vertical direction
1.15 (6cm)

High-luminance
zone
AC305154 AB

2. Insert the screwdriver (+) through the aiming hole


on the side under cover. By turning the adjusting
gear for fog lamp aiming, align the cutoff line
(border line of the shadow temperature) with the
specified position in the figure.
NOTE: Horizontal adjustment is not possible.

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-74

FOG LAMP

FOG LAMP
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
M1542001500469

2
4.9 0.7 Nm

AC304660AB

Removal steps
Side under cover

<<A>>

1.
2.

Removal steps (Continued)


Front fog lamp bulb
Front fog lamp assembly

REMOVAL SERVICE POINT


<<A>> FRONT FOG LAMP BULB REMOVAL
!

CAUTION

Do not touch the surface of the bulb with bare


hands or dirty gloves. If the surface (glass
section) should become dirty, clean it
immediately with alcohol or thinner, and let it dry
thoroughly before installing it.

Spring

AC301335AB

1. Remove the bulb cover.


2. Remove the bulb installation spring and extract
the bulb.

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-75

FOG LAMP

FOG LAMP SWITCH


REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
M1542013900033

AC304663AB

Removal steps
1. Instrument panel ornament (Refer to
GROUP 52A, Instrument panel P.52A-2.)
2. Fog lamp switch (front and rear fog lamp
switch)

INSPECTION
M1542011200919

FRONT FOG LAMP SWITCH CONTINUITY CHECK

AC305187AB

Switch position Tester


connection

Specified
condition

Pressed

12

Less than 2
ohms

Released

12

Open circuit

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-76

REAR FOG LAMP

FRONT FOG LAMP RELAY CHECK

Front fog lamp relay

Battery voltage

Tester
connection

Specified
condition

Not supplied

14

Open circuit

Connect
14
terminal 2 to
the positive
battery terminal
Connect
terminal 3 to
the negative
battery terminal

Less than 2
ohms

4
1
2

AC305276AB

REAR FOG LAMP


TROUBLESHOOTING
M1542000701300

If the rear fog lamp switch is turned ON when the


headlamp or the front fog lamp is turned ON, the rear
fog lamp is switched ON and OFF alternatively.
If the headlamp and the front fog lamp, the rear fog
lamp is turned OFF at the same time.

The fog lamps are controlled by the Smart Wiring


System (SWS). For Troubleshooting, refer to
respective Groups below.
Not using SWS monitor: GROUP 54B, SWS
Troubleshooting P.54B-36.
Using SWS monitor: GROUP 54C, SWS
Troubleshooting P.54C-22.

SPECIAL TOOL
M1542000600902

Tool

MB990784

Number

Name

Use

MB990784

Ornament remover Removal of instrument panel


ornament

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-77

REAR FOG LAMP

REAR FOG LAMP


REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
M1542009800077

1
3
AC305278AB

Removal steps
1. Bracket
2. Rear fog lamp assembly
3. Bezel

Removal steps (Continued)


4. Socket
5. Bulb

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-78

REAR FOG LAMP

FRONT FOG LAMP RELAY CHECK

REAR FOG LAMP SWITCH


REMOVAL AND INSTALATION
M1542014200015

Refer to P.54A-75.

INSPECTION
M1542011200942

REAR FOG LAMP SWITCH CONTINUITY CHECK

Rear fog lamp relay

4
1
3

AC305187AB

Switch position Tester


connection

Specified
condition

Pressed

56

Less than 2
ohms

Released

56

Open circuit

AC305279AB

Battery voltage

Tester
connection

Specified
condition

Not supplied

14

Open circuit

Connect
14
terminal 3 to
the positive
battery terminal
Connect
terminal 2 to
the negative
battery terminal

Less than 2
ohms

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-79

SIDE TURN SIGNAL LAMP

SIDE TURN SIGNAL LAMP


SPECIAL TOOL
M1542000600913

Tool

Number

Name

Use

MB990784

Ornament remover Removal of side turn-signal lamp

MB990784

INSTALLATION SERVICE POINT

SIDE TURN SIGNAL LAMP


REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
M1542003300159

Hook

REMOVAL SERVICE POINT

Claw

Fender panel

Side turn signal lamps


Fender panel
: Front of vehicle

Clamp the thumb on the fender panel the assemble


the side turn signal lamp.

MB990784

: Front of vehicle

AC005719 AE

AC005718 AC

Use a special tool ornament remover (MB990784),


etc. to remove the side turn signal lamp by pushing
the fender forward, bending the hook, and then
unclamping the thumb.

54A-80

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL
ROOM LAMP

ROOM LAMP
TROUBLESHOOTING
M1542000701311

Dimmer interior lamp control function


The room lamp off is delayed by ETACS-ECU. The
lamps off delay time vary according to the conditions.
The control details are as follows. The lamp delay off
Yes/NO and delay time can be set with the settings
(adjustment function). for adjustment methods and
adjustment details (post-adjustment operations).
ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE
Not using SWS monitor: GROUP 54B,
P.54B-412.
The room lamp lights up if the ignition switch is at
the "LOCK" (OFF) position and either of the
doors are opened (either of the door switches:
ON). At this time, if all doors are closed (all door
switches: OFF) then the lamp will gradually dim
down to lamps off in about 15 seconds.
NOTE: When the lamps are dimmed and the ignition
switch is turned ON or if the door is locked, then
the dimming operations stop and the lamps are
turned OFF.
When the ignition switch is at the ON position and
one of the doors are opened (one of the door
switches: ON) then the room lamp will light up. At
this time, if all doors are closed (all door switches:
OFF) then the lamps will dim out.
When the ignition key is pulled out the room lamp
lights up and then will dim out in 15 seconds. The
lamp will dim out if the ignition key is inserted
again and the door is locked while the timer is
activated.

The room lamp is controlled by the Smart Wiring


System (SWS). For troubleshooting, refer to
respective Groups below.
Not using SWS monitor: GROUP 54B, SWS
Troubleshooting P.54B-36.
Using SWS monitor: GROUP 54C, SWS
Troubleshooting P.54C-22.
Interior lamp automatic shutdown function
<vehicles with keyless entry system>
The interior lamp automatic shutdown function, dims
out the room lamp and other interior lamps by
activating the keep relay built-in the ETACS-ECU
when the ignition switch is OFF and the
multi-purpose fuse loaded signals built-in the
ETACS-ECU is ON and 30 minutes passes. The
lamps lights back up if the ignition switch is turned to
the ON position or either of the doors is opened
(either of the door switches: ON). The function
Yes/No feature can be changed with the settings
(adjustment function). for adjustment methods and
adjustment details (post-adjustment operations).
ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE
Not using SWS monitor: GROUP 54B,
P.54B-412.
The head lamp are controlled by the Smart Wiring
System (SWS). For troubleshooting, refer to
respective Groups below.
Not using SWS monitor: GROUP 54B, SWS
Troubleshooting P.54B-36.
Using SWS monitor: GROUP 54C, SWS
Troubleshooting P.54C-22.

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-81

REAR COMBINATION LAMP

REAR COMBINATION LAMP


TROUBLESHOOTING
M1542000701322

The lamps setup on the rear combination lamp is


controlled in the same manner as the lamps of the
headlamp assembly. For details go to the reference.
For troubleshooting, refer to respective Groups
below.

Not using SWS monitor: GROUP 54B, SWS


Troubleshooting P.54B-36.
Using SWS monitor: GROUP 54C, SWS
Troubleshooting P.54C-22.

SPECIAL TOOL
M1542000600924

Tool

Number

Name

Use

MB990784

Ornament remover Removal of rear combination


lamp assembly

MB990784

REAR COMBINATION LAMP


REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
M1542003900441

<Sedan>

4.9 0.7 Nm

3
4
1

2
AC304667 AB

Removal steps
1. Rear combination lamp assembly
2. Rear combination lamp body

Removal steps (Continued)


3. Socket assembly
4. Bulb

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-82

HIGH MOUNTED STOP LAMP

<Wagon>
1
3

AC304715AB

Removal steps
1. Rear combination lamp assembly
2. Rear combination lamp body

Removal steps (Continued)


3. Socket assembly
4. Bulb

HIGH MOUNTED STOP LAMP


ON-VEHICLE SERVICE
HIGH-MOUNTED STOP LAMP BULB
REPLACEMENT <WITH REAR SHELF>

High-mounted
stop lamp

M1542014600013

CAUTION

Do not touch bulb surface bare-handed or with


dirty gloves. If dirt is attached on glass surface of
the bulb, immediately use alcohol or thinner to
remove dirt, and install the bulb after well dried.

AC305292AB

Remove socket from trunk compartment, and


replace bulb.

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-83

HIGH MOUNTED STOP LAMP

HIGH MOUNTED STOP LAMP


REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
M1542005100452

<Sedan>
<With rear shelf>
6
4
8
5

4.9 0.7 Nm

7
3
2

AC305293AB

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Removal steps
Socket assembly
Socket
Bulb
High-mount stop lamp assembly
Socket holder

6.
7.
8.

Removal steps (Continued)


High-mounted stop lamp cover
(front)
High-mounted stop lamp cover
(rear)
High-mounted stop lamp body

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-84

HIGH MOUNTED STOP LAMP

<With rear spoiler>


2

AC304750AB

1.

<<A>>

2.

Removal steps
Rear spoiler (Refer to GROUP 51,
Rear spoiler P.51-15.)
High-mounted stop lamp

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-85

HIGH MOUNTED STOP LAMP

<Wagon>
2

AC304722AB

Removal steps
Tailgate trim upper (Refer to
GROUP 52A, Tailgate trim
P.52A-20.)
High-mounted stop lamp connector
connection
Rear washer hose connection
(Refer to GROUP 51, Rear wiper
and washer P.51-26.)

REMOVAL SERVICE POINT

1.

2.

<<A>> HIGH-MOUNTED STOP LIGHT REMOVAL


<WITH REAR SPOILER>
String
Connector

AC005190 AC

Use the following steps to easily route high-mounted


stop light harness in the event of installation:

Removal steps (Continued)


Tailgate spoiler (Refer to GROUP
51, Tailgate spoiler P.51-16.)
Rear washer nozzle (Refer to
GROUP 51, Rear wiper and
washer P.51-26.)
High-mounted stop lamp

CAUTION

Ensure that the string is tightly tied.


1. Tie a string on the high-mounted stop light
harness (at the connector side).
2. Carefully pull out the high-mounted stop light.

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-86

LICENCE PLATE LAMP

LICENCE PLATE LAMP


REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
M1542004200199

<Sedan>

AC304716AB

1.
2.

Removal steps
Licence plate lamp lens
Packing

3.
4.

Removal steps (Continued)


Socket
Licence plate lamp bulb

<Wagon>

6
4
5
3
2
1

AC304717AB

1.
2.
3.

Removal steps
Licence plate lamp lens
Packing
Licence plate lamp body

4.
5.
6.

Removal steps (Continued)


Socket
Licence plate lamp bulb
Harness

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-87

HAZARD WARNING LAMP SWITCH

HAZARD WARNING LAMP SWITCH


TROUBLESHOOTING
M1542000701333

FLASHER TIMER FUNCTION


The hazard warning lamps (flasher timer function)
are controlled by the Smart Wiring System (SWS).
For troubleshooting, refer to respective Groups
below.

Not using SWS monitor: GROUP 54B, SWS


Troubleshooting P.54B-36.
Using SWS monitor: GROUP 54C, SWS
Troubleshooting P.54C-22.

SPECIAL TOOL
M1542000600935

Tool

Number

Name

Use

MB990784

Ornament remover Removal of centre panel and


centre air outlet panel

MB990784

HAZARD WARNING LAMP SWITCH


REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
M1542006600449

5
3
2

AC304721AB

Removal steps
1. Knob
2. Centre panel
3. Meter bezel

Removal steps (Continued)


4. Centre air outlet panel
5. Hazard warning lamp switch

54A-88

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL
HAZARD WARNING LAMP SWITCH

INSPECTION
M1542011200920

HAZARD WARNING LAMP SWITCH


CONTINUITY CHECK

AC305304

Switch position Tester


connection

Specified
condition

Released

12

Open circuit

Pressed

12

Less than 2
ohms

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-89

COLUMN SWITCH

COLUMN SWITCH
SPECIAL TOOL
M1542000600946

Tool

Number

Name

Use

MB990784

Ornament remover Removal of column cover

MB990784

COLUMN SWITCH
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
M1543009100446

2
3

2
Claw

A
A
A

AC305305AB

Removal steps
1. Lower column cover
2. Upper column cover

Removal steps (Continued)


3. Turn-signal and lighting switch
4. Windshield wiper and washer switch

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-90

COLUMN SWITCH

INSPECTION
M1542011200931

TURN-SIGNAL AND LIGHTING SWITCH


CHECK

At lighting
switch side
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

At wiper/washer
switch side
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
AC005499 AD

Switch position Tester condition

Specified
condition

OFF

3 4, 3 - 6, 3 - 7, 3 - Open
8, 3 - 9, 3 - 10, 3 - 11 circuit

Headlamp
washer switch

34

Less than
2 ohms

Headlamp
switch

36

Less than
2 ohms

Tail lamp switch

37

Less than
2 ohms

Passing switch

38

Less than
2 ohms

Dimmer switch

39

Less than
2 ohms

Turn-signal lamp 3 10
switch (RH)

Less than
2 ohms

Turn-signal lamp 3 11
switch (LH)

Less than
2 ohms

NOTE: Integrated column ECU does not allow


windshield wiper switch continuity test. For
inspection and diagnosis, refer to the respective
Group below.
.
Not using SWS monitor: GROUP 54B, SWS
Troubleshooting P.54B-36.
Using SWS monitor: GROUP 54C, SWS
Troubleshooting P.54C-22.

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-91

HORN

HORN
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
M1543007900413

2
1
AC304666AB

Removal Steps
1. Horn <LO>
2. Horn <HI>

HORN RELAY CONTINUITY CHECK


M1543019502418

Horn relay

4
1
2

AC305306AB

Battery voltage

Tester
connection

Specified
condition

Not applied

14

Open circuit

Connect terminal 1 4
2 to the positive
battery terminal
Connect terminal
3 to the negative
battery terminal

Less than 2
ohms

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-92

CLOCK

CLOCK
SPECIAL TOOL
M1543000601663

Tool

Number

Name

Use

MB990784

Ornament remover Removal of centre panel and


centre air outlet panel

MB990784

CLOCK
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
M1543005900224

5
3
2

AC304720AB

Removal steps
1. Knob
2. Centre panel
3. Meter bezel

Removal steps (Continued)


4. Centre air outlet panel
5. Clock

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-93

CIGARETTE LIGHTER

CIGARETTE LIGHTER
INSPECTION
M1543005700242

CIGARETTE LIGHTER CHECK

Take out the plug, and check for a worn edge on


the element spot connection, and for shreds of
tobacco or other material on the element.
Using an ohmmeter, check that the element
resistance value is 1.7 ohms.

Element
Spot

ACX01832AE

RHEOSTAT
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
M1542006000306

2
1

AC304905AB

Removal steps
1. Switch panel
2. Rheostat switch

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-94

RHEOSTAT

INSPECTION
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RHEOSTAT RESISTANCE CHECK

40 W

AC305310AB

1. Connect the battery and the test bulb (40 W) as


shown in the illumination.

2. Operate the rheostat, and if brightness changes


smoothly without switching off, rheostat function is
normal.

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-95

SPEAKER

SPEAKER
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
M1544002600454

<Front spealer - Sedan/Wagon>

<Rear spealer - Wagon>

<Rear spealer - Sedan>


3

AC305311AB

1.
2.

3.
4.

Front speaker removal steps


Front door trim (Refer to GROUP
52A, Door trim P.52A-16.)
Front speaker
Rear speaker <Sedan> removal
steps
Rear speaker garnish
Rear speaker

5.
6.

Rear speaker <Wagon> removal


steps
Quarter trim upper (Refer to
GROUP 52A, Trims P.52A-12.)
Rear speaker

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-96

ANTENNA

ANTENNA
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
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<Sedan>
Pre-removal and Post-installation Operation
Front pillar trim, Rear pillar trim, Centre pillar trim lower,
Centre pillar trim upper (Refer to GROUP 52A Trims
P.52A-12.)
Headlining Removal and Installation (Refer to GROUP
52A, Headlining P.52A-22.)

AC305315AB

1. Roof antenna pole

Removal steps
2. Roof antenna base
Instrument panel assembly (Refer to
GROUP 52A, Instrument panel
assembly P.52A-2.)
3. Antenna feeder cable

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL
ANTENNA

54A-97

<Wagon>
Pre-removal and Post-installation Operation
Front pillar trim, Centre pillar trim lower, Centre pillar trim
upper, Quarter trim lower, Quarter trim upper (Refer to
GROUP 52A Trims P.52A-12.)
Headlining Removal and Installation (Refer to GROUP
52A, Headlining P.52A-22.)

AC305316AB

1. Roof antenna pole

Removal steps
2. Roof antenna base
Instrument panel assembly (Refer to
GROUP 52A, Instrument panel
assembly P.52A-2.)
3. Antenna feeder cable

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL

54A-98

REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER

REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER


GENERAL INFORMATION
M1543000100319

Rear Defogger operation


The defogger relay turns ON if the defogger switch
built-in the A/C-ECU is turned ON when the ignition
switch is in the "ON" position. When the defogger
relay turns ON, power is supplied to the defogger
and the defogger is activated. The defogger comes
with a timer function that causes the defogger switch
to automatically turn OFF in about 11 minutes after
the defogger switch is turned ON.

3. If 12 volts is indicated at A, there is a break in the


negative terminals from A. Move test bar slowly to
negative terminal to detect where voltage
changes suddenly (0 volts).
4. If 0 volts is indicated at A, there is a break in the
positive terminals from A. Defect where the
voltage changes suddenly (12 volts) in the same
method described above.

REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER SWITCH


REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

TROUBLESHOOTING

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M1543000701013

The rear window defogger is controlled by the


A/C-ECU. For troubleshooting, refer to GROUP 55Troubleshooting P.55-4.

Refer to GROUP 55, Heater Control Assembly and


A/C Switch P.55-79.

INSPECTION
M1543019502388

ON-VEHICLE SERVICE

DEFOGGER RELAY CHECK

PRINTED HEATER LINES CHECK


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Normal characterstic curve


Voltage

Rear windowdefogger relay

A (Center point)
Approximately 6 V

Positive
terminal

Negative
terminal

Print heater line

Abnormal characterstic curve

Voltage

4
3

Open circuit point

Positive
terminal

Print heater line

Negative
terminal
ACX00813 AC

1. Run engine at 2,000 r/min. Check heater element


with battery at full.
2. Turn "ON" rear window defogger switch. Measure
heater element voltage with circuit tester at rear
window glass centre A. Condition is good if it
indicates about six volts.

AC305319AB

Battery voltage

Tester
connection

Specified
condition

Not supplied

45

Open circuit

Connect terminal
3 to the positive
battery terminal
Connect terminal
1 to the negative
battery terminal

45

Less than 2
ohms