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Body Electrical

System
GENERAL FUSES AND RELAYS
SPECIFICATIONS ............................................. BE -3 COMPONENTS ................................................. BE -62
SPECIAL TOOLS ............................................... BE -6 RELAY BOX (ENGINE COMPARTMENT)
TROUBLESHOOTING ....................................... BE -7 COMPONENTS .......................................... BE -64
INSPECTION .............................................. BE -65
AUDIO SYSTEM RELAY BOX (PASSENGER COMPARTMENT)
COMPONENTS ................................................. BE -29 COMPONENTS .......................................... BE -67
AUDIO UNIT INSPECTION .............................................. BE -69
COMPONENTS .......................................... BE -30
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION ................ BE -33 INDICATORS AND GAUGES
INSPECTION .............................................. BE -34 COMPONENTS ................................................. BE -71
SPEAKERS INSTRUMENT CLUSTER
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION ................ BE -35 COMPONENTS .......................................... BE -72
INSPECTION .............................................. BE -36 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM .................................... BE -74
ANTENNA REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION ................ BE -76
COMPONENTS .......................................... BE -37 INSPECTION .............................................. BE -77
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION ................ BE -38
POWER DOOR LOCKS
MULTI FUNCTION SWITCH COMPONENTS ................................................. BE -81
COMPONENTS ................................................. BE -39 POWER DOOR LOCK ACTUATORS
MULTI FUNCTION SWITCH INSPECTION .............................................. BE -82
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION ................ BE -40 POWER DOOR LOCK RELAY
INSPECTION .............................................. BE -42 INSPECTION .............................................. BE -84
HORNS POWER DOOR MIRRORS
COMPONENTS ................................................. BE -44 COMPONENTS ................................................. BE -85
HORN POWER DOOR MIRROR SWITCH
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION ................ BE -45 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM .................................... BE -86
INSPECTION .............................................. BE -45 INSPECTION .............................................. BE -87
POWER DOOR MIRROR ACTUATOR
KEYLESS ENTRY AND BURGLAR ALARM INSPECTION .............................................. BE -88
COMPONENTS ................................................. BE -46
INSPECTION ..................................................... BE -47
POWER WINDOWS
ETACS MODULE COMPONENTS ................................................. BE -89
ANTI-THEFT FUNCTION ........................... BE -52 POWER WINDOW MOTOR
TRANSMITTER INSPECTION .............................................. BE -90
INSPECTION .............................................. BE -55 POWER WINDOW SWITCH
TRANSMITTER CODE REGISTRATION ... BE -55 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM .................................... BE -91
INSPECTION .............................................. BE -92
ETACS (ELECTRONIC TIME AND ALARM
CONTROL SYSTEM)
REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER
DESCRIPTION .................................................. BE -57
COMPONENTS ................................................. BE -94
SPECIFICATIONS ............................................. BE -57
REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER PRINTED HEATER
ELECTRONIC TIME AND ALARM CONTROL MODULE
INSPECTION .............................................. BE -95
CIRCUIT DIAGRAM .................................... BE -58
REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER SWITCH
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION ................ BE -59
INSPECTION .............................................. BE -97
INSPECTION .............................................. BE -59
WINDSHIELD WIPER /WASHER
COMPONENTS ................................................. BE -98
WINDSHIELD WIPER I WASHER SWITCH
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION ................ BE -99
INSPECTION .............................................. BE -100
FRONT WIPER MOTOR
COMPONENTS .......................................... BE -101
REMOVAL ................................................... BE -102
INSPECTION .............................................. BE -102
INSTALLATION ........................................... BE -103
FRONT WASHER MOTOR
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION ................ BE -104
INSPECTION .............................................. BE -104
REAR WIPER /WASHER
REAR WIPER MOTOR
COMPONENTS .......................................... BE -105
REMOVAL ................................................... BE -106
INSPECTION .............................................. BE -107
INSTALLATION ........................................... BE -107
REAR WAHSER SWITCH
INSPECTION .............................................. BE -108
REAR WAHSER MOTOR
INSPECTION .............................................. BE -109
SEAT WARMER
COMPONENTS ................................................. BE -110
SEAT WARMER SWITCH
INSPECTION .............................................. BE -110
SUNROOF
COMPONENTS ................................................. BE -111
SUNROOF SWITCH
INSPECTION .............................................. BE -112
SUNROOF RELAY
INSPECTION .............................................. BE -113
SUNROOF MOTOR
INSPECTION .............................................. BE -114
LIGHTING SYSTEM
COMPONENTS ................................................. BE -115
HEAD LAMPS
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION ................ BE -116
AIMING INSTRUCTIONS ........................... BE -116
TURN SIGNAL LAMP
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION ................ BE -119
ROOM LAMP
INSPECTION .............................................. BE -120
OVERHEAD CONSOLE LAMP
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION ................ BE -121
INSPECTION .............................................. BE -121
TURN I HAZARD LAMPS
INSPECTION .............................................. BE -122
FLASHER UNIT
INSPECTION .............................................. BE -123
RHEOSTAT
INSPECTION .............................................. BE -124
FRONT FOG LAMPS
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION ................ BE -125
INSPECTION .............................................. BE -125
REAR FOG LAMPS
INSPECTION .............................................. BE -126
TAIL, PARKING AND LICENSE LAMPS
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION ................ BE -127
STOP LAMPS
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION ................ BE -128
COURTESY AND TRUNK LAMPS
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION ................ BE -129
HEAD LAMP LEVELLING DEVICE
COMPONENTS ................................................. BE -130
HEAD LAMP LEVELLING SWITCH
CIRCUIT DIAGRAM .................................... BE -131
INSPECTION .............................................. BE -131
IMMOBILIZER CONTROL SYSTEM
DESCRIPTION .................................................. BE -133
BLOCK DIAGRAM ............................................. BE -135
COMPONENTS ................................................. BE -136
LIMP HOME FUNCTION ................................... BE -138
DIAGNOSIS OF IMMOBILIZER FAULTS .......... BE -139
IGNITION SYSTEM
IGNITION SWITCH
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION ................ BE -141
INSPECTION .............................................. BE -143
GENERAL
GENERAL
SPECIFICATIONS E45BACD64
MULTIFUNCTION SWITCH
Items
Rated voltage
Operating temperature range
Rated load
Dimmer & passing switch
Lighting switch
Turn signal & lane change switch
Wiper switch
Washer switch
Rear wiper & washer switch
INSTRUMENTS AND WARNING SYSTEM
Warning lamps
Illumination
High beam
Low fuel
Turn signal (LH, RH)
Battery (charge)
Oil pressure
Air bag
Parking brake
Seat belt
Check engine
ABS
Door ajar
Tailgate open
Immobilizer
EPS
OD OFF
BE -3
Specifications
DC 12 V
-30°C - +80°C ( -22 - + 176°F)
High : 230W (Lamp load)
Low : 11 OW (Lamp load)
Tail : 66W (Lamp load)
Lighting : 21 W (Lamp load)
69W (Lamp load)
Low, High : SA (Motor load)
Intermittent : 7mA (Relay load)
Lock : Max. 2SA (Motor load)
SA (Motor load)
Rear wiper : 3.SA (Motor load)
Rear washer : SA (Motor load)
Bulb wattage (W) Color
GLS-L : 3.4W (4EA), 1.4W (1 EA)
GL : 3.4W (3EA), 1.4W (1 EA) Green
GLS-H : 3.4W (4EA), LED (3EA)
1.4 Blue
1.4 Amber
1.4 Green
1.4 Red
1.4 Red
1.4 Red
1.4 Red
1.4 Red
1.4 Amber
1.4 Amber
1.4 Red
1.4 Amber
1.4 Amber
1.4 Red
1.4 Amber
BE -4 BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
INDICATORS AND GAUGE
Items Specifications
Speedometer
Type
0 Cross-coil type
Input spec.
0 Hall IC type : 4 pulses/rev.
Indication
0 Km/h : 637rpm x 4 pulses/rev. indicates 60Km/h
0 MPH: 1024 rpm x 4 pulses/rev. indicates 60MPH
Standard values
Velocity (km/h) 20 40 60 80 100
Tolerance (km/h) 20-24.6 40-44 60.8-65.4 81.4-86.8 102.5-1 08.2
Velocity (km/h) 120 140 160 180 200
Tolerance (km/h) 123.5-129.6 144.4-151 165.4-172.4 186.3-193.8 207.2-215.2
Velocity (MPH) 10 20 40 60 80 100 120
Tolerance (MPH) 10-12.5 20-22.5 40-42.6 60-63.4 80.3-84.1 100.3-104.7 120.3-125.3
0 Tap the speedometer to prevent hysterisis effects during inspection.
Tachometer
Type 0 Cross-coil type (4cyl: 2pulses/rev, 4cyl: 4pulses/rev)
Standard values
Revolution (RPM) 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000 7,000
Tolerance (RPM) ±100 ±125 ±150 ±150 ±150 ±180 ±210
0 Tap the tachometer to prevent hysterisis effects during inspection.
Fuel gauge
Type 0 Cross - coil type (Fixed point type : Pointer should not fall into the "E" point but indicate remaining
fuel level when the ignition is off)
Standard values
Level
Gauge
Resistance (n) Gauge angle (')
E (Empty) 95 -40 ± 2.5
1/2 32.5 0±4.0
F (Full) 7.0 40 ± 2.5
0 Inspection order : E-+F-+E
The level must be reached within 7 minutes after the resistance is set for Full or Empty.
0 Point stability tolerance : Within ±6.
Apply power for 1 0 minutes. Then turn off the power for an hour and read the position of the pointer.
ETPD001A
GENERAL BE -5
Items Specifications
Temperature gauge
Type
0 Cross - coil type
Indication standard
Temperature Angle C) Assembled tolerance C)
60"C -40 -
85"C- 110"C -7
+3
-2
Red zone (over 125"C) 35±5
+7
-4
0 Inspection order : OFF-+C-+H
Resistance of
Temperature ("C) 60 85 110 125 Remark
temperature sender
118 49 25 14.6 Without trip computer
(NTC) Resistance (n)
143.1 58.1 27.1 17.6 With trip computer
ETPD001B
LIGHTING SYSTEM
Items Bulb wattage (W)
Head lamp 60W /55W (High I Low beam)
Front turn signal lamp 21W
Front position lamp 5W
Front fog lamp 27W
Rear combination lamps
Tail/stop lamp 5W I 21W
Back up lamp 21W
Turn signal lamp 21W
Luggage lamp 5W
Room lamp 10W
Center high mounted stop lamp 16W
Overhead console lamp 10W X 2
License plate lamp 5W X 2
AUDIO
Items K210, K220 K240, H280
Rated output Max. 20W x 2 Max. 20W x 4
Load impedance 4n x 4 4n x 4
Band AM/FM, LW/MW/FM AM/FM, LW/MW/FM
Tuning type PLL Synthesized type PLL Synthesized type
Dark current Max. 2m A Max. 2mA
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Items
Frequency range I Channel
WINDSHIELD WIPER AND WASHER
Items
Windshield wiper motor
Rated voltage
Operating voltage range
Insulation resistance
Speed/current at 1 Nm load test
Speed/current at 4Nm load test
Torque/current when parking
Windshield & rear washer
Motor type
Pump type
Rated voltage
Discharge pressure
Flow rate
Current
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
K210, K220 K240, H280
AM : 531 - 1602KHZ/9 KHZ AM: 531 - 1602KHZ/9KHZ
FM : 87.5 - 1 08MHZ/1 00 KHZ FM: 87.5- 108 MHZ/100KHZ
LW : 153 - 279KHZ/1 KHZ LW : 153 - 279 KHZ/1KHZ
MW : 522 - 1620KHZ/9KHZ MW : 522 - 1620KHZ/9KHZ
FM : 87.5-108 MHZ/50KHZ FM: 87.5-108 MHZ/50KHZ
Specifications
DC 12V
DC 10-15V
Min. 1Mn
Low : 44-52 rpm/3.5A or less
High : 64-78 rpm/4.5A or less
Low : 39-47 rpm/5.5A or less
High : 56-68 rpm/?.OA or less
Low : 28Nm/24A or less
High : 23Nm/28A or less
DC ferrite magnet
Centrifugal
12V
1 .8kg/cm
2
or more
1 ,500cc/min. or more
5.0A or less
Overload capacity (Continuous operation)
With water 60 sec. or less
20 sec. or less Without water (Racing)
Rear wiper motor
Speed/current at no load test
Speed/current at 1 Nm load test
Torque/current when parking
Wiping angle at no load
SPECIAL TOOLS E449ASD6F
Tool (Number and Name)
09900-21300
Keyless adapter
Illustration
38-50 rpm/2.0A or less
35-45 rpm/3.5A or less
8Nm/14A or less
173° ± 3°
10021300
Use
Store transmitter code connecting the DLC
(Data Link Connector) cable of Hi-scan to
the multi purpose check connector.
GENERAL BE-7
TROUBLESHOOTING E43047A23
INSTRUMENTS AND WARNING SYSTEM
Symptom Possible cause Remedy
Tachometer does not operate No.7 fuse (10A) blown Check for short and replace fuse
Tachometer faulty Check tachometer
Wiring faulty Repair if necessary
Fuel gauge does not operate No.7 fuse (10A) blown Check for short and replace fuse
Fuel gauge faulty Check gauge
Fuel sender faulty Check fuel sender
Wiring faulty Repair if necessary
Low fuel warning lamp does not light No.7 fuse (10A) blown Check for short and replace fuse
Bulb burned out Replace bulb
Fuel level sensor faulty Check sensor
Wiring or ground faulty Repair if necessary
Water temperature gauge does No.7 fuse (10A) blown Check for short and replace fuse
not operate Water temperature gauge faulty Check gauge
Water temperature sender faulty Check sender
Wiring or ground faulty Repair if necessary
Oil pressure warning lamp does No.7 fuse (10A) blown Check for short and replace fuse
not light Bulb burned out Replace bulb
Oil pressure switch faulty Check switch
Wiring or ground faulty Repair if necessary
Low brake fluid warning lamp No.7 fuse (10A) blown Check for short and replace fuse
does not light Bulb burned out Replace bulb
Brake fluid level warning switch faulty Check switch
Parking brake switch faulty Check switch
Wiring or ground faulty Repair if necessary
Open door warning lamp does not light No.29 fuse (15A) blown Check for short and replace fuse
Bulb burned out Replace bulb
Door switch faulty Check switch
Wiring or ground faulty Repair if necessary
Seat belt warning lamp does not light No.7 fuse (10A) blown Check for short and replace fuse
Bulb burned out Replace bulb
Buckle switch faulty Check switch
Wiring or gound faulty Repair if necessary
BE -8 BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
LIGHTING SYSTEM
Symptom Possible cause Remedy
One lamp does not light Bulb burned out Replace bulb
(all exterior) Socket, wiring or ground faulty Repair if necessary
Head lamps do not light Bulb burned out Replace bulb
No.26, No.28 fuse (10A) blown Check for short and replace fuse
Lighting switch faulty Check switch
Wiring or ground faulty Repair if necessary
Tail lamps and license plate No.2, No.6 fuse (1 OA) blown Replace fuse and check for short
lamps do not light Battery fusible link (50A) blown Replace the fusible link
Tail lamp relay faulty Check relay
Lighting switch faulty Check switch
Wiring or ground faulty Repair if necessary
Stop lamps do not light No.19 fuse (15A) blown Replace fuse and check for short
Stop lamp switch faulty Adjust or replace switch
Wiring or ground faulty Repair if necessary
Stop lamps stay on Stop lamp switch faulty Adjust or replace switch
Instrument lamps do not light Rheostat faulty Check rheostat
(Tail lamps light) Wiring or ground faulty Repair if necessary
Turn signal lamp does not flash Bulb burned out Replace bulb
on one side Turn signal switch faulty Check switch
Wiring or ground faulty Repair if necessary
Turn signal lamps do not operate No.5 fuse (1 OA) blown Replace fuse and check for short
Flasher unit faulty Check flasher unit
Turn signal switch faulty Check switch
Wiring or ground faulty Repair if necessary
Hazard warning lamps do not operate No.20 fuse (15A) blown Replace fuse and check for short
Flasher unit faulty Check flasher unit
Hazard switch faulty Check switch
Hazard relay faulty Replace relay
Wiring or ground faulty Repair if necessary
Flasher rate too slow or too fast Lamps' wattages are smaller or Replace lamps
larger than specified
Defective flasher unit Check flasher unit
Back up lamps do not light up No.5 fuse (1 OA) blown Replace fuse and check for short
Back up lamp switch faulty Check switch
Wiring or ground faulty Repair if necessary
Overhead console lamp does No.29 fuse (15A) blown Replace fuse and check for short
not light up Wiring or ground faulty Repair if necessary
GENERAL
AUDIO
There are six areas where a problem can occur: w1rmg
harness, the radio, the cassette tape deck, the CD player,
the speaker, and antenna. Troubleshooting enables you to
confine the problem to a particular area.
Turn Ignition key to
ACC position
Turn on the radio or the
tape player
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Verify customer com-
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1 ) Place balance and fader control
to center position.
2) Set volume control to proper
position.
plaint or identify symptom
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CD player
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Faint reception I Poor volume
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Seek/scan
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"Eating" tape
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problem
See CHARTS SeeCHART7 See CHARTS SeeCHART9
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BE -10
CHART 1
Sound
1. Radio and tape player
have no sound at all.
Are all connectors behind
radio and tape player prop-
erly connected ?
Yes
Is there voltage (12V) be-
tween terminal 16 of the
M16 and body ground?
Yes
Are radio and player prop-
erly connected ?
Yes
Check connection between
output connector of radio
and car.
O.K.
Replace radio unit
Connect
properly
Reinstall
properly
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Check speaker
connector
O.K.
Temporarily install
another speaker.
N.G.
Replace radio unit
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GENERAL
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Check that the antenna isi--I___;Y:..::e:.:::s:._...--1    
pluged into the radio. 1 1 Reinsert plug, O.K. ? 1 1 Inspect antenna plug
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Insert properly
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CHART 2
I Does radio alone work ? Replace radio
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another antenna. O.K.? I
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Replace radio
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Inspect antenna and
antenna cable, and
replace if necessary
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Radio problem
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Weak Poor tone
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Check antenna Tune correctly. Still poor?
(extend antenna fully)
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Check for shorts in speaker Not O.K. 1 .
Check connection of harness
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Repair harness
antenna plug
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Temporarily install another
speaker and rattling
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antenna. O.K. ?
OK'
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Extend antenna. Still poor ?
O.K. I Replace radio
Yes I
Check antenna and lead-in
Replace antenna
for broken connectors. Yes
: Replace antenna
Does the tester indicate an
open circuit ?
No I
Is the broadcast quality the
Yes
: Replace radio unit
cause of poor tone quality ?
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Cassette player
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Dead
  o t ~ Check inside tape O.K.
door for obstruction
Remove obstruction
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Play test tape
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Play test tape
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Not O.K. Not O.K.
INFORM CUSTOMER
1. To use good quality tape.
2. Don't put anything inside
tape door except tape
3. Don't use C-120 type tape
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Replace radio unit
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for repair
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Low sound or poor Will not accept
sound quality or eject tape
Clean tape head
and capstan (page BE-34)
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in isopropyl alcohol (refer
to owner's manual)
Play test tape
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Not O.K. Not O.K.
INFORM CUSTOMER
1. To use good quality tape.
2. To clean tape head and
capstan at intervals of no
more than 1 00 hours
Replace radio unit Replace radio unit
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GENERAL BE -13
CHART 4
1. RADIO
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Noise
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Start the engine
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Tune correctly, still noise ? I
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Check connectors
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Fully insert connector
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Check mounting screws
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Tighten the screws
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lis the antenna lead-in routed I
Yes
Reroute the antenna lead-in I
too close to a harness ? I
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When disconnecting the ant- I No "i When disconnecting the ant-r
Yes
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Replace radio unit
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If noise still occurs after checking
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Is wiring correct ?
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Noise from outside source
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(No fault in radio unit)
the above points, check for outside
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noise sources (various accesso-
ries, i.e. horn, wipers, etc.)
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Repair harness
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BE -14 BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
2. TAPE
Noise
Start the engine
Not O.K.
Check ground Ground completely
O.K.
Not O.K.
Check mounting screws Tighten the screws
O.K.
O.K.
Check with another tape Tape is defective
Not O.K.
Is wiring correct ?
Yes
Replace radio unit
No
Repair harness
ETA9010G
CHART 5
1. CD WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED
Can you insert a CD ?
No
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Is CD rejected from approx. 15mm
depth of the insertion panel even
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O.K.
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though CD can be inserted ?
I Yes
Though CD is completely inserted
once, "error" is displayed and the CD
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O.K.
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is rejected ?
I Yes
Check CD.
o Is the labeled side faced downward ?
Yes
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o Is the recorded face of the CD dirty ?
o Does dew exist on the recorded
I see if the CD is defective.
face of the CD ?
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Replace CD player
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GENERAL
2. NO SOUND
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Does it play if a good quality CD
Replace defective CD.
is inserted ?
I No
Return it to normal temperature,


Does the "WAIT" indicator flicker? and recheck operation. O.K.
I No
Does it operate properly ?
No
Are the radio and CD player
No
Securely connect the
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connected securely ? radio and CD player.
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Repair or replace CD player if the
combined radio cassette operates
properly.
3. CD SOUND SKIPS
1) Sound sometimes skips when parking.
Is CD face scratched or dirty ?     CD is defective, or clean CD. I

Does it play properly if CD is replaced

Repair or replace CD player. I
with an existing proper CD ?
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Replace CD.
2) Sound sometimes skips when driving.
(Stop vehicle, and check it.)
(Check by using a CD which is free of scratches, dirt or other damage.)
Does sound skip when the side of No Check for skipping while driving
the CD player is tapped ? and contact a service shop.
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Securely mount the CD player.
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4. SOUND QUALITY IS POOR
Does it play properly if another good-
quality CD is loaded ?
Repair or replace CD player.
5. CD WILL NOT EJECT
Is the ignition key at ACC or ON ?
I Yes
Is the combined amplifier or radio
connected securely ?
I Yes
If CD does not eject, don't try
removing it.
The player may be damaged.
Therfore, contact a service shop for
repairs.
6. NO SOUND FROM ONE SPEAKER
Is CD player securely connected to
the combined radio ?
I Yes
Does it play properly if another CD
player is connected ?
I No
Repair or replace the combined radio.
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
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Replace CD
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~ Turn the key to ON.
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~ Securely connect.
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: Securely connect them.
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~ Repair or replace CD player.
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GENERAL
CHART 6
Faint reception
Are both reception and static faint
even when antenna is fully length-
Temporarily install another
speaker. O.K. ?
ened?
No
Inspect antenna
Temporarily install another
antenna. O.K. ?
Replace radio
CHART 7
Poor Volume
Does the problem disappear
No
when switching from the cas-
sette to the radio ?
Yes
Is the tape player head O.K. ? 1
No
Yes
No
Inspect antenna and cable and
repair if necessary.
Improperly connected harness
or connector.
Dirty, worn or damaged tape
player head, improperly installed
tape player head.
Check for an improperly connected
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tape player head wire or a malfunc-
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place the malfunctioning parts.
tion in the tape player itself.
The tape being tested must be of
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good stereo quality.
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recorded in stereo.
BE -17
Replace speaker
Replace radio unit
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harness or the connector.
i Clean or replace the tape
player head.
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BE -18 BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
CHART 8
Seek/scan problem
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Is antenna lead-in properly in- No
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stalled?
Yes!
Check that the antenna is
Not O.K. 1
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inserted completely into the
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Fully insert antenna
antenna receptacle.
O.K.,
Check antenna and lead-in for
Yes
: Replace antenna
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broken connectors. Tester indi-
cates open circuit ?
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Replace radio unit
CHART 9
"Eating" tape
Check capstan and pinch roller     Clean head, capstan, and pinch roller.
Use head cleaner or isopropyl alcohol for oxide and dirt build-up
O.K.
O.K.
O.K.
Use C-30, 60, 90 tapes (C-120 tape is
very thin and delicate)
Check with another tape t-----t Tape is defective. Change tape

Not O.K.
Replace tape player
ETA9010M
ETA9010N
GENERAL BE -19
WINDSHIELD WIPER
1. Wiper low and wiper high does not work.
Check No.21 fuse(20A) for short
NG
Replace the fuse
I
OK
Inspect the battery supply voltage of
wiper switch between connector(M01-2)
NG
Repair the wire harness and poor
terminals 11 and 9. ground (G01)
OK: Battery voltage (12V)
OK
Wiper switch inspection
NG
(See the workshop manual page BE-1 00) I
Replace the wiper switch
OK
Windshield wiper motor inspection
NG
Replace the wiper motor
(See the workshop manual page BE-1 02)
I
ETPD001E
2. When washer switch is on, wiper does not work.
Check No.21 fuse(20A) for short
NG
I
Replace the fuse
I
OK
Inspect the input voltage of washer
NG
Repair the wire harness or
switch between connector (M01-2)
terminal 15 and ground
the washer switch
OK
Refer to the above "1. Wiper does not work"
I
ETPD001F
BE -20 BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
POWER WINDOW
1. No windows operate from the main switch on the
driver's door.
NG
Replace fuse or fusible link No.19,23 fuse and fusible link short
I
check
OK
Power window relay inspection
NG
(See the workshop manual page BE-66)
Replace the relay
OK
Poor ground (G01) and the wire
NG
Repair the wire harness and poor
harness inspection ground (G01)
2. Driver's side window does not operate.
Inspect the battery supply voltage of
power window main switch between
NG
Repair the wire harness and
connector (005) terminals 1 0 and 11. poor ground (GOB)
OK : Battery voltage (12V)
OK
Power window main switch inspection
(See the workshop manual page BE-92}
NG
Replace the power window main switch
OK
Driver's side power window
NG
I
Replace the power window motor
motor inspection
(See the workshop manual page BE-90)
ETPD001G
I
ETPD001H
GENERAL BE-21
3. Passenger's side window does not operate.
Inspect the battery supply voltage of
passenger's side power window switch
NG
Repair the wire harness and
between connector (015) terminal 6 poor ground (G08)
and ground.
OK : Battery voltage (12V)
OK
Passenger's side power window
NG
I
Replace the power window switch
I switch inspection
(See the workshop manual page BE-93)
OK
Passenger's side power window
NG
I
Replace the power window motor
I motor inspection
(See the workshop manual page BE-90)
ETPD0011
BE -22 BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
POWER DOOR LOCK ~   i n c e door lock relay is fail, replace the door lock
relay.
1. Lock function works but unlock function does not in-
terlock.
~ Since door unlock relay is fail, replace the door
unlock relay.
3. When passenger side knob is controlled, all doors
interlocks, but when driver side knob is controlled, all
doors do not interlock.
2. Unlock function works but lock function does not in-
terlock.
I
Passenger's side actuator
NG
Connection rod defective of
operation passenger's side door lock actuator
OK
1. Input wiring short of driver's
side door lock switch
I
Driver's side door lock switch
NG
inspection
2. Internal switch contact failure
of driver's side door lock
actuator
OK
1. Output wiring short of all
doors' lock actuator
2. All doors' lock actuator failure
1. Check the wiring between connectors
M25-2 ®and 009@.
2. Check the wiring between connector
009@ and ground (G08).
Measure resistance of actuator by
handling it by the hand after connecting
an ohmmeter to the both ends of actuator
unit.
Locked condition : oo
Unlocked condition : Normal if it is below 1 n
[009]
@
(Connector terminal of driver's
side door lock actuator)
Check the output wiring between door
lock relay and all doors' actuator
Apply 12V to the both ends under
uninstalled condition, and it's normal if
it operates.
[019/029/039]
g (Connector terminal of
ttfj all doors' lock actuator)
ETPD001J
GENERAL
4. When passenger side knob is controlled. All doors
interlocks. But when the driver side knob is controlled,
all doors do not interlock.
NG
I Driver's side actuator operation :
Connection rod defective of
driver's side door lock actuator
OK
1 . Input wiring short of passenger's
side door lock switch
I
I
NG
Passenger's side door lock
I
switch inspection
2. Internal switch contact failure
of passenger's side door lock
actuator
OK 1. Output wiring short of all
doors' lock actuator
2. All doors' lock actuator failure
BE -23
1. Check the wiring between connectors
M25-20and 0190.
2. Check the wiring between connector
019® and ground (GO?).
Measure resistance of actuator by
handling it by the hand after connecting
an ohmmeter to the both ends of actuator
unit.
Locked condition : oo
Unlocked condition : Normal if it is below 1 n
[019]
@
(Connector terminal of
passenger's side door
lock actuator)
Check the output wiring between door
lock relay and all doors' actuator.
Apply 12V to the both ends under
uninstalled condition, and it's normal if
it operates.
[009/029/039]
Q (Connector terminal of
C::±=fj all doors' lock actuator)
ETPD001K
BE -24 BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
5. Both sides do not interlock either.
NG
I
I
No.11 fuse(20A) short check
I
Replace the fuse
OK
Door lock/unlock relay inspection
NG
I I (See the workshop manual page BE-84)
Replace the relay
OK
Driver's side door lock switch input
signal inspection
NG
I
Check for an open in the wire
I
(ET ACS module connector M25-2
I
terminal@)
OK
Passenger's side door lock switch input
signal inspection
NG
I I
(ETACS module connector M25-2
Check for an open in the wire
terminal@)
OK
Replace the ET ACS module
ETPD001L
GENERAL
KEYLESS ENTRY & BURGLAR ALARM SYSTEM
1. Alarm does not work. (Hazard lamp works)
NG
I
No.20 fuse(15A) short check Replace the fuse
OK
Output wiring inspection of
NG
Repair the wire harness and
burglar alarm horn poor ground (G12)
OK
Burglar alarm horn inspection
NG
I
Replace the burglar alarm horn
(See the workshop manual page BE-51)
OK
Replace the ET ACS module
2. When hood is opened inside the car like alarm test,
horn does not work.
Check input wiring short of hood switch
1
NG
Repair an open in the wire between
connector (M25-2) terminal 8 and
OK
the hood switch (E38).
NG
Hood switch inspection
I
(See the workshop manual page BE-50)
Replace the hood switch
OK
Replace the ET ACS module
BE -25
I
I
ETPD001M
I
ETPD001N
BE -26 BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
3. When door is opened inside the car like alarm test,
horn does not work (If tailgate and hood is opened,
alarm works)
Check input wiring short of all door switch
1
NG
Repair an open in the wire between
connector (M25-2) terminal 10, 11, 12
OK
and the door switch.
NG
All door switch inspection
I (See the workshop manual page BE-49)
Replace the door switch
OK
Replace the ET ACS module
4. When tailgate is opened inside the car like alarm test,
horn does not work.
Check input wiring short of tailgate switch
1
NG
Repair an open in the wire between
connector (M25-2) terminal 14
OK
and the tailgate switch.
NG
Tail gate switch inspection
I
(See the workshop manual page BE-50)
Replace the tailgate switch
OK
Replace the ET ACS module
I
ETPD0010
ETPD001P
GENERAL
5. When the vehicle is locked by the transmitter, cen-
tral door lock function works but hazard lamp doesn't
blink.
NG
Check input wiring short of all door switch
1
Repair an open in the wire between
connector (M25-2) and the door switch
OK
NG
Repair an open in the wire between
Check input wiring short of tailgate switch
connector (M25-2) and the tailgate
switch
OK
Display
When checking hood switch under
open condition
Rubber at the above hood is not
closed condition pressing enough the hood switch.
OK
Replace the ET ACS module
6. Engine does not start, when the alarm released con-
dition.
YES
Does the start motor move? Check the starting circuit
NO
Change In
Turn the key into start position as
on state
ET ACS module is currently alarm
monitoring the start inhibit output
condition mode
Remain off
Check the starting circuit
BE -27
ETPD001Q
ETPD001R
BE -28
7. Central door lock function works, but keyless entry
system does not work.
YES
Does the transmitter lamp work
when its button is depressed?
• •
OK
Does the door lock or unlock when
the transmitter button is depressed?
I
Normal
I
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
NO
Transmitter battery replacement
NG
After replacing transmitter, register
the transmitter code using Hi-scan
(See the workshop manual page BE-55)
OK
Does the keyless entry operation
work after removing the key?
NO
Since ET ACS module is defective,
replace ET ACS module and register
transmitter code
ETPD001S
AUDIO SYSTEM BE -29
AUDIO SYSTEM
COMPONENTS E410C937E
Roof antenna
Rear door speaker
Front door speaker
Antenna feeder cable
Rear door speaker
Front door speaker
Audio unit
ETPD060A
BE -30 BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
AUDIO UNIT
COMPONENTS E4085F1
[ 1<210 1
Connector [M16) Antenna jack


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Connector [M16) Terminal Description
1 Antenna
2 Rear left speaker(·)
3 Front left speaker(-)
4 Front right speaker(·)
5 Rear right speaker(-)
[M16]
6 Illumination(-)
 
7 ACC(+)
8 Ground

9 Rear left speaker(+)
10 Front left speaker(+)
ETJA001C
11 N.C.
12 N.C.
13 Front right speaker(+)
14 Rear right speaker(+)
15 Illumination(+)
16 Battery(+)
ETPD061A
AUDIO SYSTEM BE -31
[ K220]
Connector [M16] Antenna jack
Connector [M16] Terminal Description
1 Antenna
2 Rear left speaker(-)
3 Front left speaker(-)
4 Front right speaker(-)
[M16]
5 Rear right speaker(-)
GJ@XjJ J
6 Illumination(-)
7 ACC(+)
8 Ground
  9 Rear left speaker(+)
10 Front left speaker(+)
ETJA001C
11 N.C.
12 N.C.
13 Front right speaker(+)
14 Rear right speaker(+)
15 Illumination(+)
16 Battery(+)
ETPD061B
BE -32
[ H280]
Connector [CD changer]
Connector [3 pin]
-
0
@
Connector(M16]
[M16)
= J
 
ETJA001C
Terminal
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Description
Antenna
Rear left speaker(-)
Front left speaker(-)
Front right speaker(-)
Rear right speaker(-)
Illumination(-)
ACC(+)
Ground
Rear left speaker(+)
Front left speaker(+)
Voice ON
N.C.
Front right speaker(+)
Rear right speaker(+)
Illumination(+)
Battery(+)
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
KTMB001M
Antenna jack
KTMB001L
Connector [3pin] Terminal Description
w
1
Ground
2
Signal
'
3
Ground
ETHA005F
Connector Terminal Description
(CD Changer)
1
R
2
COON
3
BUS
4 B+
5
M. Ground
6
N.C.
7
L
ETJA001G 8 A. Ground
ETPD061C
AUDIO SYSTEM BE -33
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION E4F8868AO
1. Disconnect the negative (-) battery terminal.
2. Remove the 2 screws and 2 bolts holding the driver's
crash pad lower panel.
ETPD062E
3. Disconnect the hood release cable and the data link
connector from the beneath driver's crash pad lower
panel.
ETPD062B
4. Remove the glove box.
5. Disconnect the intake control mode, mode control and
air mix control cable.
6. Detach the clips and disconnect the wire connectors
then carefully remove the center facia panel with a
flat-tip screwdriver.
Front fog lamp
switch
Air mix control
cable
ETPD062D
7. Remove the 4 screws holding the audio unit and dis-
connect the wire connector then remove the audio
unit.
KTPC062A
8. Installation is the reverse of removal.
BE -34 BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
INSPECTION E4DE3449F
TAPE HEAD AND CAPSTAN CLEANING
1. To obtain optimum performance, clean the head, and
capstan as often as necessary, depending on fre-
quency of use and tape cleanness.
2. To clean the tape head and capstan, use a cotton
swab dipped in ordinary rubbing alcohol. Wipe the
head and capstan.
  ~
/
Head
Capstan
ETA9035A
AUDIO SYSTEM
SPEAKERS
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION E48B5588C
FRONT SPEAKER
1. Remove the screw holding the inner handle and dis-
connect the inner handle rod and lock rod, then re-
move the inner handle.
2. Remove the screws holding the front door trim panel
then carefully remove it with a flat-tip screwdriver.
~ N O T  
When prying with a flat-tip screwdriver, wrap it with a
shop towel to protect the painting surface.
ETPD063C
BE -35
3. Remove the 4 screws and disconnect the wire con-
nector, then remove the front speaker.
KTPC063A
4. Installation is the reverse of removal.
BE -36
REAR SPEAKER
1. Remove the screw holding the inner handle and dis-
connect the inner handle rod and lock rod, then r e ~
move the inner handle.
2. Remove the screws holding the rear door trim panel
then carefully remove it with a flat-tip screwdriver.
~ N O T  
When prying with a flat-tip screwdriver, wrap it with a
shop towel to protect the painting surface.
ETPD063D
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
3. Remove the 4 screws and disconnect the wire con-
nector, then remove the rear speaker.
KTPC063B
4. Installation is the reverse of removal.
INSPECTION E447EADEA
1 . Check the speaker with an ohmmeter. If an ohmmeter
indicates the correct impedanceof the speaker when
checking between the speaker(+) and speaker(-) of
thesame channel, the speaker is ok.
2. If a clicking sound is emitted from the speaker when
the ohmmeter is connectedto the speaker terminals,
the speaker is ok.
ETA9040A
AUDIO SYSTEM BE -37
ANTENNA
COMPONENTS E496E56B6
Roof antenna pole
Antenna feeder cable
Front pillar (RH)
Antenna feeder cable
KSNB002A
TB32
Clip
Roof antenna
Roof panel
Antenna feeder cable
Nut
Headliner
[Section A-A] [Section B-8]
KSNB002B KSNB002C
ETPD064A
BE -38
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION E42DOE918
1. Detach the lens from the overhead console lamp with
a flat-tip screwdriver.
(-)screwdriver
ESPD170P
2. Remove the 2 screws and the roof wire connector
then remove the overhead console assembly.
\UJl II 1/U/
AWl
I
ETPD065D
3. Remove the roof antenna after removing a nut.
Roof antenna
Roof panel
ETPD065A
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
4. Remove the sun visor and the assist grip handle then
pull the headliner down and remove the roof antenna
cable.
ETPD065B
5. Installation is the reverse of removal.
MULTI FUNCTION SWITCH BE -39
MULTI FUNCTION SWITCH
COMPONENTS E429E70F
[Turn signal switch]
[Wiper switch]
--LO
--HI
T81
[Lighting switch]
[Intermittent wiper volume] FAST
[Rear wiper switch] R ~ V   ~ o w 1b
OFF /
ON
/' /'
/ ·"''FF
[Washer switch]
[Dimmer & Passing switch]
[M01-1] TB2
(M01-1] [M01-2] [M01-3]
I11IWI411
CR208001
ETJAOOSI
Circuit connection
Connector Terminal
Description
Connector Terminal
Description
No. No. No. No.
10 Head lamp switch power 9 Wiper ground
11 Rear fog lamp 10 Wiper high speed
12 Head lamp switch ground 11 Wiper/Washer & mist power
M01-1
13 Tail lamp switch
M01-2
12 Wiper low speed
14 Head lamp high beam power 13 Wiper parking
15 Head lamp low beam power 14 Rear wiper & washerpower
16 Tum signal lamp (RH) switch 15 Front washer switch
17 Flasher unit power 16 Rear wioer oarkina
18 Tum signal lamp (LH) switch 17 Rear washer
1 - 18 Rear wiper
M01-3
2 Horn relay
3 -
4 -
ETPD066A
BE -40
MULTI FUNCTION SWITCH
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION E42FD74C3
Prior to removing of the multi function switch assembly in
vehicles equippedwith air bags, be careful to follow the
following:
ffi CAUTION
• Never attempt to disassemble or repair the air
bag module or clock spring.lf faulty, replace
it.
• Do not drop the air bag module or clock
spring or allow contact with water,grease or
oil. Replace if a dent, crack, deformation or
rust is detected.
• The air bag module should be stored on a flat
surface and placed so that thepad surface is
facing upward. Do not place anything on top
of it.
• Do not expose the air bag module to temper-
atures over 9:1' C (20d' F).
• After deployment of an air bag, replace the
clock spring with a new one.
• Wear gloves and safety glasses when hand-
ing an air bag that has been deployed.
• An undeployed air bag module should only
be disposed of in accordance withthe proce-
dures mentioned in the restraints section.
• When you disconnect the air bag mod-
ule-clock spring connector, take care notto
apply excessive force.
• The removed air bag module should be stored
in a clean, dry place.
• Prior to installing the clock spring, align the
mating mark and "NEUTRAL" position indica-
tor of the clock spring, and after turning the
front wheelsto the straight-ahead position, in-
stall the clock spring to the column switch.lf
the mating mark of the clock spring Is not
properly aligned, the steeringwheel may not
completely rotate during a turn, or the flat
cable within theclock spring may be broken
obstructing normal operation of the SRS and
possiblyleading to serious Injury to the vehi-
cle's driver. To inspect the clock sprlng,refer
to the restraints section.
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
1. Disconnect the negative(-) battery terminal.
KPPD004A
2. Remove the 3 bolts and disconnect the air bag con-
nector and the horn connector, then remove the air
bag module.
& CAUTION
Remove the horn pad only for vehicle without air
bag.
KPPD005A
3. Remove the steering wheel lock nut.
KPPD006A
MULTI FUNCTION SWITCH
4. Remove the steering wheel with special tool (09561-
11002).
& CAUTION
Do not hammer on the steering wheel to remove it.
Doing so may damage the collapsible mechanism.
KPPD007A
5. Remove the steering column shroud after removing 3
screws.
KPPD008A
6. Remove the clock spring.
KPPD010A
BE -41
7. Disconnect the wire connectors and remove the
multi-function switch after pressing down the indi-
cated parts as shown in the illustration.
KPPD011A
8. Installation is the reverse of removal.
BE -42
INSPECTION E41E634F6
LIGHTING SWITCH INSPECTION
Check for continuity between the terminals while operating
the lighting switch.
LIGHTING SWITCH [M01-1]
~
10 11 12
n
OFF
I
0
II
0
......, ......,
DIMMER AND PASSING SWITCH [M01-1]
~   10
n
HU 0
HL
0
p
HU : Head lamp high beam
HL : Head lamp low beam
12
0
P : Head lamp passing switch
14
D
0
KTPC075G
13
D
0
ETPD075A
15
D
ETPD075B
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
TURN SIGNAL AND LANE CHANGE SWITCH
[M01-1]
~
Hazard Turn signal
16 17 18
switch switch
L
OFF N
R 0 D
ETPD075C
WIPER AND WASHER SWITCH INSPECTION
Check for continuity between the terminals while operating
the wiper and washer switch.
KTPC075H
WIPER SWITCH [M01-2]
~
10 11 12 13
n
MIST 0 D
OFF
0 0
INT 0 0
LOW
0 D
HI 0 0
ETPD075D
MULTI FUNCTION SWITCH BE -43
WASHER SWITCH [M01-2]
~   11 15
n
OFF
ON
0 0
ETPD075E
REAR WIPER AND WASHER SWITCH [M01-2]
~
14 16 17 18
n
OFF 0
{)
Rear wiper
Rear wiper &
washer
ETP0075F
BE -44
HORNS
COMPONENTS E4D838A20
Horn
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Horn switch
Clock spring
ETPD090A
HORNS
HORN
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION E4s1sso?o
1 . Open the hood and remove the hood latch cover after
removing 2 screws.
KTPC091A
2. Remove the bolt and disconnect the horn connector,
then remove the horn.
KTPC091B
KTPC091C
3. Installation is the reverse of removal.
BE -45
INSPECTION E43F8F65F
1. Test the horn by connecting battery voltage to the 1
terminal and ground the 2 terminal.
2. The horn should make a sound. If the horn fails to
make a sound, replace it.
ADJUSTMENT
Operate the horn, and adjust the tone to a suitable level
by turning the adjustingscrew.
~ N O T  
After adjustment, apply a small amount of paint
around the screw head to keepit from loosening.
ETDA050A
BE -46
KEYLESS ENTRY AND
BURGLAR ALARM
COMPONENTS E40CFB225
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Transmitter
Front door switch
Hood switch
Burglar alarm horn
ET ACS module
Door warning switch
Front door lock
actuator & switch
Rear door lock
actuator & switch
Front door lock
actuator & switch
Rear door lock
actuator & switch
Rear door switch
.,.- · ~   . c . . . . - . t - - - - Tailgate lock
actuator & switch
Tailgate switch
Rear door switch
ETPD125A
KEYLESS ENTRY AND BURGLAR ALARM
INSPECTION E4A4A4D96
FRONT DOOR LOCK ACTUATOR INSPECTION
1. Remove the front door trim panel. (Refer to BD group-
Front door)
2. Disconnect the 6P connector from the actuator.
~
~
KTPC270A
3. Check actuator operation by connecting power and
ground according to the table. To prevent damage to
the actuator, apply battery voltage only momentarily.
~  
p
1 3
Lock e EB
Front left
Unlock
EB e
Lock EB e
Front right
Unlock
e EB
ETPD270B
BE-47
REAR DOOR LOCK ACTUATOR INSPECTION
1. Remove the rear door trim panel. (Refer to BD group-
Rear door)
2. Disconnect the 6P connector from the actuator.
~
~
KTPC275A
3. Check actuator operation by connecting power and
ground according to the table. To prevent damage to
the actuator, apply battery voltage only momentarily.
~
p
1 3
Lock e EB
Rear left
EB e
Unlock
Lock EB e
Rear right
Unlock
e EB
ETPD275B
BE -48
FRONT DOOR LOCK SWITCH INSPECTION
1. Remove the front door trim panel. (Refer to BD group-
Front door)
2. Disconnect the 6P connector from the actuator.
~
~
KTPC270A
3. Check for continuity between the terminals in each
switch position according to the table.
~
p
4 5 6
Lock 0 0
Front left
0
-() Unlock
Lock 0 -0
Front right
Unlock
0 -o
ETPD2BOB
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
REAR DOOR LOCK SWITCH INSPECTION
1. Remove the rear door trim panel. (Refer to BD group-
Rear door)
2. Disconnect the 6P connector from the actuator.
tS\
~
KTPC275A
3. Check for continuity between the terminals in each
switch position according to the table.
~  
p
4 5 6
Lock 0 0
Rear left
Unlock
0 -o
Lock 0 -o
Rear right
Unlock
0
-()
ETP0285B
KEYLESS ENTRY AND BURGLAR ALARM
DOOR SWITCH INSPECTION
Remove the door switch and check for continuity between
the terminals.
V5BE060P
~
n
Ground(Body) 1 2
Free(Door open)
Push(Door close)
ETPD305C
TAILGATE LOCK ACTUATOR INSPECTION
1. Remove the tailgate trim panel. (Refer to BD group-
Tailgate)
2. Disconnect the 6P connector from the actuator.
KTPC165A
BE -49
3. Check actuator operation by connecting power and
ground according to the table. To prevent damage to
the actuator, apply battery voltage only momentarily.
~
2 3
n
L O   K ~ U N L O   K 8 0
U N L O   K ~ L O   K 0 8
ETPD165B
TAILGATE LOCK SWITCH INSPECTION
1. Remove the tailgate trim panel. (Refer to BD group-
Tailgate)
2. Disconnect the 6P connector from the actuator.
KTPC165A
3. Check for continuity between the terminals in each
switch position according to the table.
~
4 5 6
n
UNLOCK 0 0
LOCK 0
ETPD170A
BE -50
TAILGATE SWITCH INSPECTION
1. Remove the tailgate trim panel. (Refer to BD group -
Tailgate)
2. Remove the tailgate latch after removing 3 bolts and
disconnect the 1 P connector from the tailgate switch.
KTPC175A
3. Check for continuity between the terminal and ground
according to the table.
~
Ground (Body) 1
n
Tailgate open
Tailgate close
ETPD175B
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
HOOD SWITCH INSPECTION
1. Remove the air duct after removing 2 bolts.
2. Disconnect the 1 P connector from the hood switch.
KTPC180A
3. Check for continuity between the terminal and ground
according to the table.
~  
n
Ground (Body) 1
Hood open (Free)
Hood close (Push)
ETPD180B
KEYLESS ENTRY AND BURGLAR ALARM
DOOR WARNING SWITCH INSPECTION
1. Remove the driver's crash pad lower panel. (Refer to
BD group-Crash pad)
2. Disconnect the 4P connector from the door warning
switch.
KTPC185A
3. Check for continuity between the terminals in each
position according to the table.
 
3 4
n
Insert 0
Removal
ETPD185B
BE -51
BURGLAR ALARM HORN INSPECTION
1. Remove the horn after removing a bolt and disconnect
the 2P connector from the horn.
KTPC190A
2. Test the horn by connecting battery power to the ter-
minal 1 and ground the terminal 2.
The horn should make a sound. If the horn fails to
make a sound replace it.
BE -52
ETACS MODULE
ANTI-THEFT FUNCTION E48455FE5
1. ARM FUNCTION
Pressing the remote key lock button will result in a
0.5-second pulse issued to lock all doors.
Pressing the remote keypad unlock button once will
result in a 0.5-second unlock pulse issued to unlock
all doors.
As part of the arming sequence the alarm first en-
ters a pre-armed state before falling into the armed
state. During this pre-armed state alarm triggers are
ignored. Pre-armed state can be reached from the
alarmed state, the start inhibit state or the disarmed
state. Pre-Arming of the alarm can be achieved by a
press of the lock button on the remote key.
In the pre-armed state the visible and audible warn-
ings are disabled.
This system enters the armed state if it is in the pre-
armed state and, after 0.6 sec, check actuator lock
and each door, hood and tail gate close, and no door
warning switch (no key in ignition).
On entering the arm state, a single flash of the hazard
lamps is given, period of cycle 2 second, duty rate
50%.
If TX lock signal is received when a door, tail gate or
hood is open, then lock output is given and a flash of
hazard is not given.
After the armed state is entered, if a lock signal is
received then a single flash of the hazard lamps is
given, period of cycle 2 second, duty rate 50%.
The armed state cannot be reached by locking the car
with the keys.
DOOR, HOOD OPEN
__f[___
TAILGATE
CLOSE
TX LOCK _fl
UNLOCK ~
T1
DOOR LOCK ON ___fL____
OUTPUT OFF
ARM STATE
ARM£:-
DISARM
T3
HAZARD
O   ~
LAMP OFF
Time specification
T1 : 0.5 sec.
T2 : Max. 2 sec.
T3: 1.0 ± 0.2 sec.
~
T21--oi
~
ETHA115Q
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
2. DISARM FUNCTION
TX
Disarming can be performed while the alarm is
armed, or alarming, or after alarming. The alarm can
be disarmed by the following methods :
• Pressing the unlock button on the TX key. The
hazard lamps shall be flashed twice for 1 sec pe-
riod (of cycle), 50% duty rate.
• If door warning switch is on, IGN1 and IGN2 are
on in arm state, then arm state should be imme-
diately cancelled. This means that the driver is
inside the vehicle before pushing TX lock, so sys-
tem should not arm.
In the disarm state the visible and audible warnings
are disabled and start is enabled.
In the disarm state, if TX key unlock command is re-
ceived, then the hazard lamps shall be flashed twice
for period of cycle 1 sec, 50% duty rate.
Disarm state cannot be reached using the door locks
by key.
LOCK
UNLOCK
UNLOCK ON
OUTPUT OFF
ARM STATE ARM
DISARM
HAZARD
ON
nl• •I•T2•1J
LAMP
OFF
ETHA115R
Time specification
T1, T2: 0.5 ± 0.1 sec.
3. ALARM FUNCTION
1) European countries
Once armed, should any door, hood or the tail-
gate be opened, then :
• Start relay drive output is disabled, so start-
ing is inhibited.
• Audible (horn) and visual (hazard lamp)
warnings are issued, for 27seconds du-
ration. The horn warning is continuously
occurring in this period. The hazard lamps
operate with 1 sec period, 50 % duty rate.
The alarm is given in the case where a door is
opened with a key.
KEYLESS ENTRY AND BURGLAR ALARM
Time specification
T1 : 27 ± 2 sec.
T2 : 0.4-0.5 sec.
ETOC100C
2) Non European countries
Once armed, should any door, hood or the tail-
gate be opened, then.
• Start relay drive output is disabled, so start-
ing is inhibited.
• Audible (horn) and visual (hazard lamp)
warnings are issued, for three cycles, each
cycle 27±2 sec. duration on, 10&plusmn;1
sec. off. The horn warning is continuously
occurring during the on period. The hazard
lamps operate with 1 sec period, 50 % duty
rate during the on period.
The alarm is given in the case where a door is
opened with a key.
After this time, the system maintains the start in-
hibit state, where no audible and visual warnings
are issued but engine starting is not possible.
ARM STATE
ARM DISARM
ALL
DOORS
HORN
HAZARD
LAMP
OPEN
CLOSE
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Time specification
T1 : 27 ± 2 sec.
T2: 10 ± 1sec.
T3 : 0.4-0.5 sec.
ETOC100D
4. OPERATION DURING ALARM CONDITIONS
1) Cancelling audible alarm with the remote trans-
mitter
CASE 1 : Door closed
DOOR
TX
LOCK
OUTPUT
BE -53
During or after alarming and then closing all
doors and a TX lock signal is received Then
The lock command is executed with 0.5 sec.
ON
Horn and start inhibition are OFF
Hazard lamp is flashed one time (period : 2
sec., duty: 50%, within 2 sec.)
The state goes to arming mode (after a lock
state check)
The start is enabled
OPEN
CLOSE
LOCK
UNLOCK
ON
OFF
ACTUATOR
UNLOCK
START
INHIBIT
HAZARD
LAMP
LOCK
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Time specification
T1 : 0.5 sec.
T2: 1.0 ± 0.2 sec.
CASE 2 : Door Open
ETHA115V
During or after alarming, with a door open and a
TX lock signal is received Then
The lock command is executed with 0.5 sec.
ON
Horn is disabled and start is enabled after
confirmation of actuator lock
At this time, when the door is closed,
Hazard lamp is flashed one time (period : 2
sec., duty 50%)
The state goes to arming mode
DOOR OPEN
CLOSE
TX
LOCK
OUTPUT
LOCK _n
UNL::K ~   - - - - - : - - T -
1
----------
OFF _j I
ACTUATOR UNLOCK
LOCK
START ON
INHIBIT OFF
HAZARD ON
LAMP OFF
Time specification
T1 : 0.5 sec.
T2 : 1.0 ± 0.2 sec.
T2 1----J
ETHA115W
BE -54
2) New alarm conditions
Second alarm condition during alarming.
When another alarm occurs during alarming, the
starting is disabled, and the alarm continues to
sound for the remained time of warning signal.
The alarm continues to sound after the second
alarm condition is removed.
New alarm condition occurs after alarming (with
all entrances closed)
If any entrance is opened again then
The horn is ON 3 times (EC area : one time
for 27sec.)
Start is disabled
Hazard lamps flash during the ON time of
horn
New alarm condition occur after alarming (with
any entrance open).
If another entrance is opened, the ETACS mod-
ule keeps start disabled and there is no horn out-
put.
ALL OPEN
DOORS CLOSE
START
INHIBIT
HORN
HAZARD
LAMP
 
ON r----,u
OFF
ON
OFF
u
ETOC100N
3) Key operation during alarm
4)
After the alarm state or start inhibit state are en-
tered, if door warning switch on (key in ignition)
& IGN 2 ON, if IGN 2 state is changed to OFF
within 30sec, remain in alarm state.
Disarming using the key
During alarming, in case that door warning switch
(key in) is ON and then IGN1 and IGN2 are both
ON for 30 sec continuously, the alarm is can-
celled, and the system enters the disarm state.
After alarming, in case that door warning switch
(key in) is ON and then IGN1 and IGN2 are both
ON for 30 sec continuously, the alarm is can-
celled, and the system enters the disarm state.
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
DOOR
WARN"G
SWITCH
IGN.
SWITCH
KEY IN
KEY OUT
ON
HORN
OFF
1
• 30sec .,
LJI L I-· -------
ARM
STATE
ARM-------,
DISARM
5. ALARM STATE IN POWER DOWN
ETOC1000
If the battery is disconnected to the ETACS module in
the following states:
• Alarm
• After alarming
Upon restoring the battery, the alarm state shall be
entered and the alarm cycle shall restarted (timer re-
set to 0).
Upon restoring the battery, the alarm state shall be
entered and the alarm cycle shall restarted (timer re-
set to 0).
ARM

STATE
ARM

HOOD
ON
SWITCH OFF
BATTERY
REMOVAL n
INSTALLATION
START

I
INHIBIT
I
L
HORN ON
OFF
ETHA115Z
KEYLESS ENTRY AND BURGLAR ALARM
TRANSMITTER
INSPECTION E49CC6DCD
1. Check that the red light flickers when the door lock or
unlock button is pressed on the transmitter.
2. Remove the battery and check voltage if the red light
doesn't flicker.
Standard voltage : 3V
KTPC195A
3. Replace the transmitter battery with a new one, if volt-
age is below 3V then try to lock and unlock the doors
with the transmitter by pressing the lock or unlock but-
ton five or six times.
4. If the doors lock and unlock, the transmitter is O.K,
but if the doors don't lock and unlock, register the
transmitter code, then try to lock and unlock the doors
(See the workshop manual page BE-28)
5. If the doors lock and unlock, the transmitter is O.K, but
if the doors don't lock and unlock, replace the trans-
mitter.
TRANSMITTER CODE
REGISTRATION E466BF2B6
BE -55
1. To register transmitter code, first connect keyless
adapter (09900-21300) to DLC(Data Link Connector)
cable of hi-scan as shown in the illustration.
Keyless adapter
(09900-21300)
ETAC065J
2. After connecting keyless adapter to the multi purpose
check connector (1 Opins) beside data link connector
in driver side crash pad lower panel, turn the power
on hi-scan.
KTPC200A
3. Select the vehicle model and then do "CODE SAV-
ING".
1. HYUNDAI VEHICLE DIAGNOSIS
MODEL ALL
02. ENGINE
03. AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE
04. ANTI-LOCK BRAKE SYSTEM
07 CODE SAVING
ETPD7001
BE -56
4. After selecting "CODE SAVING" menu, button "EN-
TER" key, then the screen will be shown as below.
KEYLESS ENTRY CODE SAVING
1. REMOVE THE IG.KEY FROM KEY CYLINDER.
2. CONNECT THE DLC CABLE AND 16 PIN
CONNECTOR OF THE KEYLESS ADAPTER.
3. CONNECT THE 10 PIN CONNECTOR OF THE
KEYLESS ADAPER INTO THE MULTIPURPOSE
CHECK CONNECTOR.
4. AFTER PRESSING [ENTER], FINISH CODE SAVING
WITHIN 10 SECONDS.
5. PRESS [ENTER], IF YOU ARE READY!
ETAC065M
5. After removing the ignition key from key cylinder, push
"ENTER" key to proceed to the next mode for code
saving.
KEYLESS ENTRY CODE SAVING
1. PRESS THE TRANSMITTER [LOCK] BUTTON
FOR 1 SECOND.
2. IF SAVE ONE MORE PRESS OTHER
TRANSMITTER [LOCK] BUTTON FOR 1 SECOND.
3. PRESS [ESC] AND DISCONNECT KEYLESS
ADAPTER FROM VEHICLE AND CHECK
THE KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM.
ETAC065N
6. Follow steps 1 to 3 and then code saving is completed.
7. Disconnect keyless adapter (09900-21300) from DLC
cable and then proceed toself-diagnosis with DLC ca-
ble connected.
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
ETACS (ELECTRONIC TIME AND ALARM CONTROL SYSTEM)
ETACS (ELECTRONIC TIME
AND ALARM CONTROL
SYSTEM)
DESCRIPTION E437F3C68
ETACS module receives various input switch signals, and
controls time and alarm such as rear defogger timer,
seat belts warning, decayed out room lamp, central
door lock, ignition key reminder, power window timer,
door warning, tail lamp auto cut, crash door unlock and
keyless entry & burglar alarm automatically.
SPECIFICATIONS E43F328CF
Items
Rated voltage
Operating voltage
Operating temperature
Insulation resistance
Rated load
Horn relay
Chime bell
Rear defogger relay
Hazard lamp relay
Tail lamp relay
Seat belt warning indicator
Room lamp
Door lock relay
Door unlock relay
Burglar alarm relay
Specifications
DC 12V
DC 9- 16V
-30°C - 80°C
1 OOMn or more
DC 12V, 200mA (Inductance load)
DC 12V, 350mA (Inductance load)
DC 12V, 200mA (Inductance load)
DC 12V, 200mA (Inductance load)
DC 12V, 200mA (Inductance load)
DC 12V, 1 .2W (Lamp load)
DC 12V, 10W (Lamp load)
DC 12V, 200mA (Inductance load)
DC 12V, 200mA (Inductance load)
DC 12V, 200mA (Inductance load)
BE -57
ETPD115A
BE -58
ELECTRONIC TIME AND ALARM
CONTROL MODULE
CIRCUIT DIAGRAM E042851BD1
IG1 IG2 B+ ALT"L'
Door switch x 4
Driver door switch
Assist door switch
Rear defogger switch
Tailgate switch
Rear & tailgate lock switch
[M25-1]
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
B+
Burglar alarm relay
[M25-2]
IG1 B+ B+ ST
B+
Power window
relay
Power window
main switch
B+
B+
ETPD110A
ETACS (ELECTRONIC TIME AND ALARM CONTROL SYSTEM) BE-59
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION E4B9A734B
1. Disconnect the negative(-) battery terminal.
2. Remove the 2 screws and 2 bolts holding the driver's
crash pad lower panel.
ETPD062E
3. Disconnect the hood release cable and the data link
connector from the beneath driver's crash pad lower
panel.
ETPD062B
4. Remove the ETACS module from the bracket after re-
moving nuts.
ETPD115A
5. Installation is the reverse of removal.
INSPECTION E4F5AEB40
While operating the components, check whether the oper-
ations are normal as shown in the timing chart.
1. DEFOGGER TIMER (Including Outside Mirror Demis-
ter)
1) After ALT "L" ON, if the defogger is switched ON,
the defogger output is ON for 20 minutes dura-
tion.
2) If the defogger switch is pressed again, or if the
ignition is switched OFF during this time, the de-
fogger output is OFF.
Alternator ON _j
OFF
Defogger ON
switch OFF
Defogger ON
output OFF
T1 : 20 ± 1min.
2. SEAT BELT WARNING TIMER
L
ETMB180C
1) Since the ignition is switched ON, the seat belt
warning indicator is illuminated (with period :
0.6 sec., duty rate : 50%) and the chime bell is
sounded (with period : 0.9 sec., duty rate : 50%)
for total time 6 seconds.
2) If the ignition is swithced off during the indicator
and the chime bell output, the indicator and the
chime bell are switched OFF.
If the seat belt is sensed as fastened during the
indicator and the chime bell output, the chime bell
is switched OFF immediately and the seat belt
warning indicator is illuminated for the remained
seconds.
3) When the ignition is already switched ON, if the
seat belt is removed, the warning indicator and
the chime bell are output for total time 6 seconds.
BE -60 BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
IGNSWITCH
ON
OFF
SEAT BELT
SWITCH
CHIME
ON
BELL
OFF
SEAT BELT
ON
WARN'GIND.
OFF
ETMB902B
T1 : 6±1 sec., T2 : 0.45 ± 0.1 sec., T3 : 0.3 ± 0.1
sec.
3. DECAYED ROOM LAMP & KEYLESS UNLOCK
TIMER
1) When the first door (driver's or assist) is opened,
the room lamp shall brighten. When the last door
is closed, the room lamp will drop to 75% inten-
sity, then fade out over 5-6 seconds.
2) If the door switch is ON for less than 0.1 sec.,
then no illumination occurs.
3) The fade resolution is over 32 steps.
4) The room lamp must not flicker during fade oper-
ation, if the ignition is switched ON.
5) With keyless UNLOCK, when the door is closed,
the room lamp is turned ON, then OFF after about
30 seconds. While the room lamp is ON due
to keyless UNLOCK, if another UNLOCK is re-
ceived, the room lamp is again ON for 30 sec-
onds.
While the room lamp is ON, If the door is opened,
the lamp is continued to ON. If the door is closed,
the lamp follows as the above step 1 .
If keyless LOCK (ARM state) is received during
fade out, the room lamp is switched off immedi-
ately.
DOOR OPEN
SWITCH CLOSE
IGN2
UNLOCK
TRANSMITTER          
(TX)
ROOM ON
LAMP OFF
ETMB003K
T1 : 5.5 ± 0.5 sec., T2 : 30 ± 3 sec.
4. CENTRAL DOOR LOCK/UNLOCK
1) The driver's door lock, assist door lock, or the
inside door lock knob is switched LOCK to UN-
LOCK or UNLOCK to LOCK, the all doors lock
and unlock outputs will follow.
2) Battery connecting would not change the
LOCK/UNLOCK states.
DRIVER'S DOOR UNLOCK------, r---
LOCK SWITCH LOCK L__j
ASSIST DOOR  
LOCK SWITCH LOCK
DOOR LOCK
OUTPUT
ON
OFF
oN n n DOOR UNLOCK
OUTPUT
OFF ____j L___j L__
ETNB110A
T1 : 0.5 ± 0.1 sec.
5. IGNITION KEY REMINDER
If the key is in the ignition and the driver's door or as-
sist door is opened and the vehicle is locked using
driver's knob or assist knob, then the central locking
system will issue an unlock pulse of 1 second duration
to the all doors thus preventing locking of the vehicle.
(With a knob remains locked, if the switch in the actu-
ator is not changed, the central locking shall issue 1
pulse of 1 seconds duration and 3 pulses of 0.5 sec-
ond duration to unlock the vehicle.)
DOOR WARN'G ON
SWITCH OFF
DRIVER/ASSIST ON
DOOR SWITCH OFF
DRIVER/ASSIST ON
DOOR LOCK OFF
SWITCH ON
DOOR UNLOCK OFF
OUTPUT
ETPD120A
T1 ,T3: 0.5 sec., T2: 1 sec., T4: Max.0.5 sec.
ETACS (ELECTRONIC TIME AND ALARM CONTROL SYSTEM) BE -61
6. POWER WINDOW TIMER
1) When the ignition is switched ON, the power win-
dow relay output is turned ON.
2) When the ignition is switched OFF, the power win-
dow output is maintained ON for 30 seconds and
then turned OFF.
3) With the state of step 2, if the driver's door or
assist door is opened, the output shall be turned
OFF immediately.
ETMB003L
T1 : 30 ± 3 sec.
7. DOOR OPEN WARNING
1) If the key is in the ignition key cylinder and the
driver's door is opened, the chime bell sounds
continually (period:0.9 sec. Duty rate:50%).
2) If the door is closed or the key is removed, the
chime stops immediately.
DOOR KEY IN
WARN'G
KEY OUT
SWITCH
DRIVER'S
OPEN
DOOR
CLOSE
CHIME
ON
BELL OFF
ETMB180G
T1 ,T2 : 0.45 ± 0.1 sec.
8. TAIL LAMP AUTO CUT
1) When the tail lamp is switched ON, if the ignition
is switched OFF and the driver's door is opened,
the tail lamp should be automatically OFF.
2) With the ignition switched ON, if the driver's door
is opened and the ignition is switched OFF, the
tail lamp should be automatically OFF.
3) When the tail lamp is cut automatically, if the tail
lamp switch is turned OFF and ON, the tail lamp
is illuminated and auto cut function is cancelled.
ON
IGN SWITCH OFF
TAILLAMP ON
SWITCH OFF
DRIVER'S OPEN
Tail lamp cut Tail lamp cut
DOOR CLOSE--t----!
SWITCH
ON
TAIL LAMP OFF
RELAY
9. CRASH DOOR UNLOCK
ETMB180H
1) With the ignition turned ON, if the air bag is de-
ployed, a crash signal is received and send an
UNLOCK output to all doors UNLOCK.
2) After UNLOCK output, when LOCK is set, UN-
LOCK pulse is output for 5 second period again.
AIR BAG
DEPLOY
SIGNAL
LOW
DOOR
ON
UNLOCK
OFF
OUTPUT
ETPD120B
T1:10 msec., T2:390 msec., T3:200 msec.,
T4:Max. 40 msec., T5: 5±0.5sec.
BE -62
FUSES AND RELAYS
COMPONENTS E4E2FA277
[ ENGINE COMPARTMENT RELAY BOX ]
Engine compartment relay box
jRadiato') J Radiate')
Lrelay2j Lrelay1J
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
ETPD205A
FUSES AND RELAYS BE -63
[ PASSENGER COMPARTMENT RELAY BOX ]
Door unlock relay
Door lock relay
ETACS module
ETPD205B
BE -64
RELAY BOX (ENGINE
COMPARTMENT)
COMPONENTS E4C8DA873
ALT
ABS.1
ABS.2
BLW
P/WDW
FUSIBLE
EPS
LINK
BATT
RAD
ECU
IGN.1
IGN.2
HORN
AlCON
INJ
FUSE
SNSR
ECU
ABS
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Amperages( A) Circuit protected
120A Generator
20A ABS control module, Air bleeding connector
40A ABS control module, Air bleeding connector
30A Blower relay
30A Power window relay
50 A EPS control module
50 A Tail lamp relay, Fuse 11, 19, 20, 25, 27, 29
30A Radiator fan relay #1, #2
30A Fuel pump relay, Engine control relay, ECU Fuse
30A Ignition switch
30A Ignition switch, Start relay
10A Horn relay
10A AIC relay
PCM(Except 1.1 L), ECM(1.1 L). Injector,
15A Camshaft position sensor, Crankshaft position sensor,
Idle speed control actuator, Canister purge valve
10A
PCM(Except 1.1 L), ECM(1.1 L), Fuel pump relay, A/C relay,
Oxygen sensor, SMATRA
10A PCM(Except 1.1 L), ECM(1.1 L)
10A ABS control module, Air bleeding connector
ETPD210A
FUSES AND RELAYS
INSPECTION E4CE3EDFO
POWER RELAY TEST (TYPE A)
Check for continuity between the terminals.
1. There should be continuity between the No.1 and
No.4 terminals when power and ground are con-
nected to the No.3 and No.2 terminals.
2. There should be no continuity between the No.1 and
No.4 terminals when power is disconnected.
2
4 3
ETPD215A

2 3 1 4
Disconnected 0 0
Connected
0
-(±) 0)--.+---(0
ETPD215B
BE -65
POWER RELAY TEST (TYPE B)
Check for continuity between the terminals.
1. There should be continuity between the No.1 and
No.2 terminals when power and ground are con-
nected to the No.4 and No.3 terminals.
2. There should be no continuity between the No.1 and
No.2 terminals when power is disconnected.
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relay 1
I I
AlCON relay
I
Fuel pump
r
2 3
4
ETPD215D

1 2 3 4
r
4
Disconnected 0 0
Connected
0 0 0
-(±)
ETPD215E
BE -66
POWER RELAY TEST (TYPE C)
Check for continuity between the terminals.
1. There should be continuity between the No.1 and
No.2 terminals when power and ground are con-
nected to the No.3 and No.5 terminals.
2. There should be continuity between the No.1 and
No.4 terminals when power is disconnected.
Burglar alarm relay
3 2 4
5
ETPD215G
3 5 2 4
Disconnected
Connected
ETPD215H
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
FUSES AND RELAYS
RELAY BOX (PASSENGER
COMPARTMENT)
COMPONENTS E4F36454B
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REAR
FOG
POWER
LAMP
RELAY
WINDOW
RELAY
TAIL
D.R.L LAMP
RELAY
FRONT DEFOGGER
FOG RELAY
LAMP
RELAY
ETPD220A
BE -68 BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Amperages( A) Circuit protected
1 10A A/C switch, Defroster switch
2 10A Left front position lamp, Left rear combination lamp
3 10A Instrument cluster
4 10A Audio, Power outside mirror switch
5 10A Transaxle range switch, Back-up lamp switch, Hazard switch
6 10A Right front position lamp, Right rear combination lamp, Left( Right) license lamp
7 10A Pre-excitation resistor, Instrument cluster, ETACM, Seat belt timer
8 15A Cigarette lighter
9 10A
Generator, EPS control module, PCM(Except 1.1 L), ECM(1.1 L),
Vehicle speed sensor, AfT shift lever switch
10 10A SRS control module
11 20A Door lock relay, Door unlock relay, Sunroof controller, Driver door lock actuator
12 15A Rear wiper motor, Multifunction switch
13 10A Start relay, Burglar alarm relay
14 - Not used
15 10A DRL control module
16 20A Left(Right) front seat warmer switch
17 10A Defogger switch, ECM, Driver(Assist) outside mirror motor & Defogger
18 15A Ignition coil, Condenser
19 15A Power window relay, Stop lamp switch
20 15A Hazard switch, ETACM
21 20A Front wiper motor, Multifunction switch
22 10A Rear fog lamp relay
23 10A
Front fog lamp relay, Power window relay, ETACM, Defogger timer,
Left(Right) head lamp leveling actuator, Head lamp leveling switch
24 10A Blower relay, Sunroof controller
25 30A Defogger relay, Defogger timer, ETACM
26 15A Right head lamp
27 10A Front fog lamp relay
28 15A Left head lamp, Instrument cluster
Instrument cluster, Rear fog lamp switch, Data link connector, Audio, ETACM,
29 15A Door warning switch, Multipurpose check connector, Luggage lamp, Map lamp,
Room lamp, Overhead console assembly
ETPD220B
FUSES AND RELAYS
INSPECTION E46371823
POWER RELAY TEST (TYPE A)
Check for continuity between the terminals.
1 . There should be continuity between the No.1 and
No.4 terminals when power and ground are con-
nected to the No.3 and No.2 terminals.
2. There should be no continuity between the No.1 and
No.4 terminals when power is disconnected.
 
2
Disconnected 0
Connected
0
Power window
relay
Rear window
defogger
relay
2
4 3
ETPD224A
3 1 4
{)
-<±>
0>----+--<D
ETPD215B
BE-69
POWER RELAY TEST (TYPE B)
Check for continuity between the terminals.
1. There should be continuity between the No.1 and
No.2 terminals when power and ground are con-
nected to the No.3 and No.4 terminals.
2. There should be no continuity between the No.1 and
No.2 terminals when power is disconnected.
 
1
r
4
Disconnected
Connected
0
Rear fog lamp relay
Front fog lamp relay
2
2 3
0
{)
0
Tail lamp
relay
3
4
ETPD224B
4
{)
-<±>
ETPD215E
BE -70
FUSE INSPECTION
1. Be sure there is no play in the fuse holders, and that
the fuses are held securely.
2. Are the fuse capacities for each circuit correct?
3. Are there any blown fuses?
If a fuse is to be replaced, be sure to use a new fuse
of the same capacity. Always determine why the fuse
blew and completely eliminate the problem before in-
stalling a new fuse.
Lb CAUTION
Never use a fuse of higher capacity than specified.
Relay & Fuse box
ETPD700J
FUSES
When a fuse is blown, there are two probable causes. The
two causescan easily be determined by a visual check af-
ter removing the fuses.
1. Fuse blown due to over-current.
Prior to replacing the fuse with a new one, check the
circuit for a short and the related parts for abnormal
conditions. Only after the correction of a short or re-
placement of abnormal parts, should a fuse with the
same ampere rating be installed.
Blown fuse due to overcurrent
ETDA086A
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
2. Fuse blown due to repeated on-off current.
Normally, this type of problem occurs after a fairly long
period of use, and is less frequent than #1 above. In
this case, you may simply replace with a new fuse of
the same capacity.
Blown fuse due to thermal fatigue
ETDA086B
Lb CAUTION
A blade type fuse is identified by the numbered
value in amperes. If the fuse is blown, be sure
to replace a fuse with the same ampere rating.lf
a fuse of higher capacity than specified is used,
parts may be damaged and a danger of fire exists.
To remove or insert a fuse, use the fuse puller in
the fuse box.
10A 15A
ETDA086C
INDICATORS AND GAUGES
INDICATORS AND GAUGES
COMPONENTS E4185F5EB
Vehicle speed sensor
Engine coolant
temperature sender
Oil pressure switch
Parking brake switch
Seat belt switch
Fuel gauge sender &
low fuel level sensor
Brake fluid level warning switch
BE -71
ETPD230A
BE -72 BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
INSTRUMENT CLUSTER
COMPONENTS E48BCDB96
[WITHOUT TRIP COMPUTER ]
= =
[M09-1)
[M09-2]
516 1718 19 20 21 22   3   ~
2526 27 28 2930 31 32 3 ~
I L1 I 21 31 41 5 I 6 I 7
1
I 8 I 9 11 0 111 11211311 I
--'
ETJA015E
ETKAOSOC
ETPD235A
INDICATORS AND GAUGES BE -73
[WITH TRIP COMPUTER ]
[M19-2] [M19-1]
1 2 3 4 :X 5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19
ETPD245A
BE -74 BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
CIRCUIT DIAGRAM E4915A9DF
[WITHOUTTRIP COMPUTER]
13
Hi:h beam t)
14
Hi h beam -)
7
IGN(a (Airbag)
8
Airba
27
26
33
25
16
34
LC0:14V 1.4Wx1EA
Controller
24
Chime bell

E
22
Ground
6
EBD
10
ABS



3 -"'"'->''-"" ...... "'-"-!!.W"i
     
21 -':'"-"-'.=!.------:-_J
2 --"""'-'-'""'-'-""-!.!!!!.1,._-'







 


ETPD240A
INDICATORS AND GAUGES
[WITH TRIP COMPUTER]
23
2
25
11
3
5
4
I CLOCK f-
I TRfP COM. f-
Injection signal
Ambient temp.senso
Tacho sianal
Soeed sianal
Temp.sender
Fuel sender
Ground
Chime bell
9
...---.
...---.
Trip com.
Clock switch
Batterv !+l
-
--! TEMP.GAUGE I
--! FUEL GAUGE I
M
--{n.CHOMETERj
I
--! SPEED
c
0
M
Low fuel


'----!
8
Door open

c
19
18
Tailgate open
Immobilizer (GSL)
-
f--



LED
16
Ilium in lion(-) GLS-Ho14V 3.4Wx4EA
17
7
36
37
12
14
35
13
Illumination(+) tttl
IGN(+)
Oil pressure
 
Seat belt wamina
Check engine
EPS
GLOW (OSL)
Immobilizer (OSL)
ABS

31
30
34
33
EBD
1
Brake I
Batterv charaeV

32
21
10
22
28
Water saoaratdr CDSL)
Turn signal (RH)
0/DOFF
Tum signal (LH)
Ground
26
27
A1rba __ +l
Hi:h beam:-)
:: Hi h beam +)
n


 
BE -75
ETPD250A
BE -76 BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION E405A70A2
1. Disconnect the negative(-) battery terminal.
2. Remove the cluster facia panel after removing a
screw.
ESPD150A
3. Remove the cluster from the housing after removing
4 screws.
KSPD150B
4. Disconnect the wire connectors from the cluster.
ETPD255A
5. Installation is the reverse of removal.
INDICATORS AND GAUGES
INSPECTION E4F084C06
SPEEDOMETER
1. Adjust the pressure of the tires to the specified level.
2. Drive the vehicle onto a speedometer tester. Use
wheel chocks as appropriate.
3. Check if the speedometer indicator range is within the
standard values.
Velocity (km/h) 20 40
Tolerance (km/h) 20-24.6 40-44
Velocity (km/h) 120 140
Tolerance (km/h) 123.5-129.6 144.4-151
Velocity (MPH) 10 20 40
Tolerance (MPH) 10-12.5 20-22.5 40-42.6
TACHOMETER
1. Connect the scan tool to the diagnostic link connector
or install a tachometer.
2. With the engine started, compare the readings of
the tester with that of the tachometer. Replace the
tachometer if the tolerance is exceeded.
Revolution (RPM) 1,000 2,000
Tolerance (RPM) ±100 ±125
FUEL GAUGE
OPERATION CHECK
1. Disconnect the fuel sender connector from the fuel
sender.
2. Connect a 3.4 watt, 12V test bulb to terminals 2 and
3 on the wire harness side connector.
3. Turn the ignition switch to the ON, and then check that
the bulb lights up and the fuel gauge needle moves to
full.
3,000
±150
BE -77
& CAUTION
Do not operate the clutch suddenly or increase/
decrease speed rapidlywhile testing.
~ N O T  
Tire wear and tire over or under inflation will increase
the indicationerror.
60 80 100
60.8-65.4 81.4-86.8 1 02.5-1 08.2
160 180 200
165.4-172.4 186.3-193.8 207.2-215.2
60 80 100 120
60-63.4 80.3-84.1 100.3-104.7 120.3-125.3
ffi CAUTION
1. Reversing the connections of the tachometer
will damage the transistor and diodes inside.
2. When removing or installing the tachometer,
be careful not to drop it or subject it to severe
shock.
4,000 5,000
±150 ±150
Fuel gauge
Ignition switch
1 Battery
1
6,000 7,000
±180 ±210
(M55)
~
'&!}'
ETPD260A
BE -78
FUEL SENDER
1. Using an ohmmeter, measure the resistance between
terminals 2 and 3 at each float level.
Float position
Resistance (0)
1/2-r-
1
I
\
F
4.0
1/2 E
32.5 110
Fuel pump
ETPD2600
2. Also check that the resistance changes smoothly
when the float is moved from "E" to "F".
LOW FUEL LEVEL SENSOR
1. Connect a test lamp (12V, 3.4W) and the battery to
the sender terminals 1 and 3. Immerse the sender in
water.
2. The lamp should be off while the thermister is sub-
merged in the water, and should illuminate when the
sender is taken out of the water.
~ N O T  
If there is a malfunction, replace the fuel sender as an
assembly.
ffi CAUTION
After completing this test, wipe the sender dry
and reinstall it in the fuel tank.
3.4W
ETPD260B
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE GAUGE
1. Disconnect the wiring connector from the engine
coolant temperature sender in the engine compart-
ment.
2. Turn the ignition switch ON. Check that the gauge
needle indicates cool. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
3. Connect a 12V, 3.4 watt test bulb between the harness
side connector and ground.
ETLA6050
4. Turn the ignition switch ON.
5. Verify that the test bulb flashes and that the indicator
moves to HOT.
If operation is not as specified, replace the sender. Then
recheck the system.
ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE SENDER
1 . Using an ohmmeter, measure the resistance between
the terminal 2 and ground.
2. If the resistance value is not as shown in the table,
replace the temperature sender.
Temperature(
0
C} 60 85 110 125
Resistance(O) 118 49.0 25.0 14.6
INDICATORS AND GAUGES
OIL PRESSURE SWITCH
1. Check that there is continuity between the switch's
terminal and ground with the engine stopped.
2. Check that there is no continuity between the terminal
and ground with the engine running.
3. If operation is not as specified, replace the switch.
c=J
0
0
ETMB140C
OIL PRESSURE WARNING LAMP
1. Disconnect the connector from the warning switch
and ground the terminal on the wire harness side con-
nector.
2. Turn the ignition switch ON. Check that the warning
lamp lights up. If the warning lamp doesn't light, test
the bulb or inspect wire harness.
r
T"
I
: Battery
........
l
ETMB1400
BE-79
BRAKE FLUID LEVEL WARNING SWITCH
1. Remove the connector from the switch located at the
brake fluid reservoir.
2. Verity that continuity exists between switch terminals
1 and 2 while pressing down the switch (float) with a
rod.
a
0
VSBE060M
BRAKE FLUID LEVEL WARNING LAMP
1. Start the engine.
2. Release the parking brake.
3. Remove the connector from the brake fluid level warn-
ing switch.
4. Ground the connector at the harness side.
5. Verify that the warning lamp lights.
VSBE060N
BE -80
PARKING BRAKE SWITCH
The parking brake switch is a push type located under the
parking brake lever. To adjust, move the switch mount up
and down with the parking brake lever released all the way.
1. Check that there is continuity between the terminal
and switch body with the switch ON (Lever is pulled).
2. Check that there is no continuity between the termi-
nal and switch bodywith the switch OFF (Lever is re-
leased).
If continuity is not as specified, replace the switch or in-
spect its ground connection.
V5BE0600
DOOR SWITCH
Remove the door switch and check for continuity between
the terminals.
V5BE060P
 
p
Ground(Body) 1 2
Free (Door open)
0
'-" 0
Push(Door close)
ETNC150A
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
SEAT BELT SWITCH
1. Remove the connector from the switch.
2. Check for continuity between terminals.
Seat belt condition Continuity
Fastened Non-conductive( oof!)
Not fastened Conductive (Of!)
V5BE0600
SEAT BELT WARNING LAMP
With the ignition switch turned ON, verify that the lamp
glows.
Seat belt condition Warning lamp
Fastened OFF
Not fastened ON
POWER DOOR LOCKS BE -81
POWER DOOR LOCKS
COMPONENTS E40F418C7
BE -82
POWER DOOR LOCK
ACTUATORS
INSPECTION E45FBE59
FRONT DOOR LOCK ACTUATOR INSPECTION
1. Remove the front door trim panel. (Refer to BD group-
Front door)
2. Disconnect the 6P connector from the actuator.
~
~
KTPC270A
3. Check actuator operation by connecting power and
ground according to the table. To prevent damage to
the actuator, apply battery voltage only momentarily.
~  
p
1 3
Lock e EB
Front left
Unlock
ffi e
Lock
ffi e
Front right
Unlock
e EB
ETP0270B
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
REAR DOOR LOCK ACTUATOR INSPECTION
1. Remove the rear door trim panel. (Refer to BD group-
Rear door)
2. Disconnect the 6P connector from the actuator.
~
~
KTPC275A
3. Check actuator operation by connecting power and
ground according to the table. To prevent damage to
the actuator, apply battery voltage only momentarily.
~
n
1 3
Lock e ffi
Rear left
Unlock
ffi e
Lock ffi e
Rear right
Unlock
e ffi
ETP0275B
POWER DOOR LOCKS
FRONT DOOR LOCK SWITCH INSPECTION
1. Remove the front door trim panel. (Refer to BD group-
Front door)
2. Disconnect the 6P connector from the actuator.
~
~
KTPC270A
3. Check for continuity between the terminals in each
switch position according to the table.
~
p
4 5 6
Lock
0 -o
Front left
0 -o
Unlock
Lock
0 -o
Front right
Unlock
0 0
ETPD280B
BE -83
REAR DOOR LOCK SWITCH INSPECTION
1. Remove the rear door trim panel. (Refer to BD group-
Rear door)
2. Disconnect the 6P connector from the actuator.
~
~
KTPC275A
3. Check for continuity between the terminals in each
switch position according to the table.
~  
p
4 5 6
Lock 0 -o
Rear left
Unlock
_0 -o
Lock
0 -o
Rear right
Unlock
0 0
ETPD285B
BE -84
POWER DOOR LOCK RELAY
INSPECTION E4691FB4
1. Remove the negative(-) battery terminal.
2. Remove the driver's side crash pad lower panel. (Re-
fer to BD group)
ETPD062E
3. Remove the door lock and door unlock relay, then
check for continuity between the terminals.
Door lock relay
2 1 3
8
4 5
ETPD290A
 
1 2 3 4 5
r
}
Disconnected
- +
Connected
0 0
ETPD290B
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
POWER DOOR MIRRORS BE -85
POWER DOOR MIRRORS
COMPONENTS E489C8230
Power door mirror
Power door mirror switch
ETPD295A
BE -86 BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
POWER DOOR MIRROR SWITCH
CIRCUIT DIAGRAM E4F6A337F
[004] [DOS]
___ 4 8
UP DOWN UP
LH RH
7
Mirror(LH)
5
Mirror(RH)
1
1- 1-
[004]
I : ~   : I : I
KTOB002G
I
LH RH
6 2
I
I
KTOB002H
ETPD300A
POWER DOOR MIRRORS
INSPECTION E4BSEA064
1. Remove the power door mirror switch from the door
trim panel.
2. Check for continuity between the terminals in each
switch position according to the table.
KTPC305A
[004]
Class
 
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
n
UP
o--o
o-
f-0
0
-()
DOWN
0
-()
LEFT
OFF
HAND
0
LEFT
0
-()
u
0
-()
RIGHT
o--o
UP
0 0
o-
r-o
0 0
DOWN
0 0
RIGHT OFF
HAND
0 0
LEFT
0
-()
RIGHT
0
0
-()
0
ETOC185A
BE-87
BE -88
POWER DOOR MIRROR
ACTUATOR
INSPECTION E4583FF49
1. Disconnect the power door mirror connector from the
harness.
2. Apply battery voltage to each terminal as shown in the
table and verify that the mirror operates properly.
2 7 8
Heater(-) LefVRight Up/Down
ETPD310A
[006]
~
n
6 7 8
UP
8
(±) (±)
DOWN (±)
8 8
OFF
8
(±) (±)
LEFT
8
(±)
8
RIGHT (±)
8
(±)
ETOC195B
MIRROR HEATER INSPECTION
[006]
~  
p 1 2
Heater
0 -o
ETOC195D
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
POWER WINDOWS
POWER WINDOWS
COMPONENTS E45235FB1
Driver's window
main switch
BE-89
Front window motor
Rear window switch
Rear window switch
ETPD315A
BE -90
POWER WINDOW MOTOR
INSPECTION E47C4E78C
FRONT POWER WINDOW MOTOR INSPECTION
1. Remove the front door trim panel. (Refer to BD group-
Front door)
2. Disconnect the 2P connector from the motor.
KTPC320B
3. Connect the motor terminals directly to battery
voltage (12V) and check that the motor operates
smoothly. Next, reverse the polarity and check that
the motor operates smoothly in the reverse direction.
If the operation is abnormal, replace the motor.
~   1 2
n
UP (Clockwise) @
8
DOWN
8
@
(Counter-clockwise)
ETPD320A
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
REAR POWER WINDOW MOTOR INSPECTION
1 . Remove the rear door trim panel. (Refer to BD group-
Rear door)
2. Disconnect the 2P connector from the motor.
KTPC325A
3. Connect the motor terminals directly to battery
voltage (12V) and check that the motor operates
smoothly. Next, reverse the polarity and check that
the motor operates smoothly in the reverse direction.
If the operation is abnormal, replace the motor.
~
1 2
n
UP (Clockwise) @
8
DOWN
8
@
(Counter-clockwise)
ETPD320A
POWER WINDOWS
POWER WINDOW SWITCH
CIRCUIT DIAGRAM E473FACCO
[POWER WINDOW MAIN SWITCH]
[POWER WINDOW SUB SWITCH]
)
Aj'
@ ')_
B+
B+
14
Ground    

-------,
[DOS)
1 2 3
X
4 5 6
7 8 9
10 111 12 13 14
o O@ o
0 0 0
0 0@ 0
[D04] (DOS)
[D1S)
Motor(RL) Motor(FR) Motor(RR)
BE -91
ETPD330A
BE -92
INSPECTION E49208B94
POWER WINDOW MAIN SWITCH
1. Remove the power window main switch from the
driver's door trim panel.
1 2 3
><
4 5 6
7 8 9 10 111 12 13 14
KTPC335A
2. Check for continuity between the terminals.
~  
Front left Front right
p
5 6 14 11 1 2 10
UP
(.
')- -('
{) (.
()
{)
OFF o--o
,....
o-
-r
~
v u v-
r-u
DOWN () .() ()
ETPD335B
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
[DOS)
Rear left Rear right
11 11 12 13 14 7 8 10 11
.....
,..,. 0 ,..,. -v
......,
,...,
u
n
'-" '-"
{) ()- -()-
ro
,..,. ,..., ,..,.
~ '-" '-" '-"
,..,. ,...,
o--o
.()
o- ~
'-"
......,
('
'2
POWER WINDOWS
POWER WINDOW LOCK SWITCH
[005)
~   1 2 11
n
NORMAL
LOCK
ETPD335C
POWER WINDOW SUB SWITCH
1 . Remove the power window sub switch from the rear
door trim panel.
2. Check for continuity between the terminals.
If continuity is not as specified in the table, replace the
power window switch.
[015]
~  
n
1 2 4 6 7
0 0
UP
0 0
OFF
--
DOWN o--o o-
r--o
ETPD335E
BE -93
BE -94 BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER
COMPONENTS E4D3CDE29
~   ~
(li£1 [JIJ lo.wl)
I
Rear window defogger switch
Rear window defogger
ETPD340A
REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER
REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER
PRINTED HEATER
INSPECTION E4DEC5EOE
& CAUTION
Wrap tin foil around the end of the voltmeter test
lead to prevent damaging the heater line. Apply
finger pressure on the tin foil, moving the tin foil
along the grid line to check for open circuits.
Printed
heater line
Finger pressure
Tin foil
ETA9165A
1. Turn on the defogger switch and use a voltmeter to
measure the voltage of each heater line at the glass
center point. If a voltage of approximately 6V is in-
dicated by the voltmeter, the heater line of the rear
window is considered satisfactory.
ETA9165B
BE -95
2. If a heater line is burned out between the center point
and(+) terminal, the voltmeter will indicate 12V.
ETA9165C
3. If a heater line is burned out between the center point
and (-) terminal, the voltmeter will indicate OV.
ETA9165D
4. To check for open circuits, slowly move the test lead
in the direction that the open circuit seems to ex-
ist. Try to find a point where a voltage is generated
or changes to OV. The point where the voltage has
changed is the open-circuit point.
Voltage changes before and
after open circuited point
Here is a voltage OV
X r----------------i
Terminal
(-)
e
ETA9165E
BE -96
5. Use an ohmmeter to measure the resistance of each
heater line between a terminal and the center of a grid
line, and between the same terminal and the center of
one adjacent heater line. The section with a broken
heater line will have a resistance twice as that in other
sections. In the affected section, move the test lead
to a position where the resistance sharply changes.
When measured from negative
terminal side (Section
with no broken grid line)
Positive
teminal
Tester B
reads resistance
twice as large as tester terminal
REPAIR OF BROKEN HEATER LINE
Prepare the following items :
1. Conductive paint.
2. Paint thinner.
3. Masking tape.
4. Silicone remover.
5. Using a thin brush :
ETA9165F
Wipe the glass adjacent to the broken heater line,
clean with silicone remover and attach the masking
tape as shown. Shake the conductive paint container
well, and apply three coats with a brush at intervals of
about 15 minutes apart. Remove the tape and allow
sufficient time for drying before applying power. For a
better finish, scrape away excess deposits with a knife
after the paint has completely dried. (Allow 24 hours).
Masking tape
ETA9165G
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER
REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER
SWITCH
INSPECTION E476A75F
1. Remove the negative(-) battery terminal.
2. Remove the switch connector from the air control
panel.
KTPC341A
3. Check for continuity between the terminals. If continu-
ity is not as specified in the table, replace the defogger
switch.
[M26)
5 2
OFF
ETPD341B
BE-97
BE -98
WINDSHIELD WIPER I
WASHER
COMPONENTS E4E309BC9
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Wiper & washer switch
Windshield wiper arm & blade
Washer reservoir
Windshield wiper motor & linkage
Washer motor
Widnshield washer hose
[WINDSHIELD WASHER MOTOR] [WINDSHIELD & REAR WASHER MOTOR]
Washer reservoir
Windshield washer hose
Windshield washer hose
Rear washer hose
Washer motor
Windshield & rear washer motor
ETP0345A
WINDSHIELD WIPER /WASHER
WINDSHIELD WIPER /WASHER
SWITCH
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION e4aF27027
1. Disconnect the negative(-) battery terminal.
KPPD004A
2. Remove the 3 bolts and disconnect the airbag con-
nector and the horn connector, then remove the
airbag module.
& CAUTION
Remove the horn pad only for vehicle without
airbag.
KPPD005A
BE -99
3. Remove the steering wheel lock nut.
KPPD006A
4. Remove the steering wheel with special tool (09561-
11002).
& CAUTION
Do not hammer on the steering wheel to remove it.
Doing so may damage the collapsible mechanism.
KPPD007A
5. Remove the steering column shroud after removing 3
screws.
KPP0008A
BE -100
6. Remove the clock spring.
KPPD010A
7. Disconnect the wire connectors and remove the
multi-function switch after pressing down the indi-
cated parts as shown in the illustration.
KPPD011A
8. Installation is the reverse of removal.
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
INSPECTION E4BD04C6F
Check for continuity between the terminals while operating
the wiper and washer switch.
KTPC075H
WIPER SWITCH [M01-2]
 
10 11 12 13
n
MIST
OFF
0
{)
INT {)
LOW
0
{)
HI 0
{)
ETPD075G
WASHER SWITCH [M01-2]
 
11 15
n
OFF
ON
0
{)
ETPD075H
WINDSHIELD WIPER /WASHER
FRONT WIPER MOTOR
COMPONENTS E484E5AC7
Wiper arm & blade
Cap
Nut
18-23 (18D-230, 13.1-16.8)
TORQUE : Nm (kg-em, lb·ft)
BE -101
Cowl under cover
Wiper motor &
linkage assembly
ETPD350A
BE -102
REMOVAL E4C74DB21
1. Remove the windshield wiper arm and blade after re-
moving a nut.
KTPC365A
Tightening torque
18-23 Nm (180-230 kg·cm, 13.1-16.8 lb·ft)
2. Remove the weatherstrip and cowl top cover after re-
moving 4 screws.
ETPD365B
3. Remove the windshield wiper motor and linkage as-
sembly after removing 4 bolts. ·
KTPC365C
Tightening torque
7-11 Nm (70-11 0 kg·cm, 5.1-8.0 lb·ft)
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
4. Installation is the reverse of removal.
INSPECTION E491BBC59
SPEED OPERATION CHECK
1 . Remove the connector from the wiper motor.
2. Attach the positive(+) lead from the battery to terminal
1 and the negative (-) lead to terminal 3.
3. Check that the motor operates at low speed.
4. Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery toter-
minal2 and the negative(-) lead to terminal 3.
5. Check that the motor operates at high speed.
1. Low 4.1GN+
2. High 5. Parking
3. Ground 6. Blank
ETPD370A
WINDSHIELD WIPER/ WASHER
AUTOMATIC STOP OPERATION CHECK
1. Operate the motor at low speed using the stalk con-
trol.
2. Stop the motor operation anywhere except at the off
position by disconnecting terminal 1
3. Connect terminals 1 and 5.
4. Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery toter-
minal 4 and the negative (-) lead to terminal 3.
5. Check that the motor stops running at the off position.
ETAC190B
BE -103
INSTALLATION E41152A34
1. Install the wiper arm and blade to the specified posi-
tion.
Specified position A B
Distance (mm) 40-50 40-50
ETJA0601
2. Set the washer nozzle on the specified spray position.
unit:mm
Washer nozzle
ETPD375A
BE -104
FRONT WASHER MOTOR
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION E45ADFC16
1. Disconnect the negative(-) battery terminal.
2. Remove the washer hose and the washer motor con-
nector.
KTPC385A
3. Remove the washer reservoir after removing 2 bolts.
KTPC385B
4. Installation is the reverse of removal.
INSPECTION E494921B7
1. With the washer motor connected to the reservoir
tank, fill the reservoir tank with water.
2. Connect positive(+) and negative(-) battery cables to
terminals 1 and 2 respectively to see that the washer
motor runs and water sprays from the front nozzles.
3. Check that the motor operates normally.
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
1. Windshield washer(+)
2. Ground
3. Rear washer(+)
ETPD390A
Washer switch
,---------,
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Front :
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<Windshield washer motor>
<Windshield washer motor>
ETPD390B
ETPD390C
REAR WIPER I WASHER BE -105
REAR WIPER /WASHER
REAR WIPER MOTOR
COMPONENTS E46B433A3
Bolt
7-11 (70-110, 5.1-8.0)
Rear wiper motor
TORQUE : Nm (kg-em, lb·ft)
Nut
- - - t . G ~ - - - - - 1 ~ - - - -   v;r-----=__.... 10-17130, 7 ...... 5)
Cap & pad
Rear wiper arm & blade
Bolt
7-11 (70-110,5.1-8.0)
ETPD395A
BE -106
REMOVAL E48FB4352
1. Remove 4 screws and 2 clips holding the tailgate trim
panel.
ESPD260B
2. Remove the rear wiper arm after removing a nut.
ETOB0041
Tightening torque
10-13 Nm (100-130 kg·cm, 7.3-9.5 lb·ft)
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
3. Remove a hexagonal nut after removing a pivot cover.
[YJ) NOTE
When installing cap & pad, the arrow mark should be
indicated upward.
ETPD400A
Tightening torque
10-14 Nm (100-140 kg·cm, 7.3-10.2 lb·ft)
4. Remove the rear wiper motor after removing 2 bolts
and disconnect the wire connector.
KTPC400C
Tightening torque
7-11 Nm (70-11 0 kg·cm, 5.1-8.0 lb·ft)
5. Installation is the reverse of removal.
REAR WIPER /WASHER
INSPECTION E4F70DE7E
1 . Remove the connector from the rear wiper motor.
2. Connect battery positive(+) and negative(-) cables to
terminals 3 and 4 respectively.
3. Check that the motor operates normally. Replace the
motor if it operates abnormally.
1.1GN(B+)
2. Parking
3. Switch
4. Ground
ETPD405A
BE -107
INSTALLATION E487A1C99
1. Install the rear wiper arm and blade to the specified
position.
Specified position A
Distance 43-53 mm
KTNB001B
2. Set the rear washer nozzle on the specified spray po-
sition.
Unit:mm
Washer nozzle
ETPD401A
BE -108
REAR WASHER SWITCH
INSPECTION E45ED6178
1. Disconnect the connector from the rear wiper and
washer switch.
2. Check for continuity between the terminals.
KTPC075H
[M01-2]
 
6 8 9 10
n
OFF
0 0
Rear wiper
Rear wiper
& washer
ETPD415B
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
REAR WIPER I WASHER
REAR WASHER MOTOR
INSPECTION E423F4155
1. With the washer motor connected to the reservoir
tank, fill the reservoir tank with water.
2. Connect positive(+) and negative(-) battery cables to
terminals 3 and 2 respectively to see that the washer
motor runs and water is pumped.
3. Check that the motor operates normally.
Replace the motor if it operates abnormally.
1. Windshield washer(+)
2. Ground
3. Rear washer(+)
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Washer switch
<Windshield washer motor>
ETPD390A
ETPD390B
BE -109
BE -110
SEAT WARMER
COMPONENTS E4E9BD05A
SEAT WARMER SWITCH
INSPECTION E4347A26
1. Disconnect the negative(-) battery terminal.
2. Remove the seat warmer switch from the floor console
panel.
3 4 5 6
ETPD700C
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Floor console
\
Seat warmer switch
KTPC715C
ETPD700G
3. Check for continuity between the terminals.
ETPD700F
SUNROOF BE -111
SUNROOF
COMPONENTS E044370473
Sunroof switch
Sunroof assembly
Sunroof motor
Sunroof controller
ETPD420A
BE -112
SUNROOF SWITCH
INSPECTION E4408BD44
1. Disconnect the negative (-) battery terminal.
2. Detach the lamp lens from the overhead console then
remove the mounting screws (2EA).
(·)screwdriver
ESPD170P
jLJII II 1/U/
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KTPC470A
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
3. After disconnecting the roof wiring and sunroof wiring
connector then remove the overhead console lamp
assembly from the headliner.
KTPC425B
4. Using an ohmmeter, check for continuity between the
terminals.
If the continuity is not as specified, replace the sunroof
switch.
[M95)
 
2 3 4 5 6 7
n
Open
Slide switch
Close
Up
Tilt switch
Down o--o
ETPD700B
SUNROOF
SUNROOF RELAY
INSPECTION E411CF203
1. Pull down the rear headliner then disconnect the wire
connector from the sunroof controller.
Motor
[Motor side connector) [Switch side connector]
ETPD430A
2. Insert a probe of test lamp to switch harness side
connector terminal No.6 and ground the other probe
with ignition switch ON.
OK : Test lamp "ON"
3. Insert a probe of test lamp to switch harness side
connector No.4 and ground the other probe.
OK : Test lamp "ON"
4. Apply the battery voltage to the switch harness side
connector terminal No.1.
OK : Test lamp "ON"
5. After inspection of wiring harness, if sunroof controller
is not operate normally, replace the sunroof controller.
BE -113
BE -114
SUNROOF MOTOR
INSPECTION E4DDBDBB9
1. Pull down the rear headliner.
2. Disconnect the motor side connector from the sunroof
controller.
Motor
[Sunroof motor side connctor]
ETPD430B
3. Apply the battery voltage to the terminal No.1 and the
terminal No.2 to the ground.
4. Check that the motor turns.
Reverse the connections and check that the motor
turns in the reverse direction.
KSOB060P
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
LIGHTING SYSTEM
LIGHTING SYSTEM
COMPONENTS E424EC4B4
Hazard lamp switch
Head lamp levelling
device switch
Front fog lamp switch
Stop lamp
switch
Lighting switch
High mounting stop lamp
Tail & stop lamp
Turn signal lamp
Front fog lamp
BE -115
Turn signal lamp
Position lamp
ETPD440A
BE -116
HEAD LAMPS
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION E46CBC7C2
1. Disconnect the negative(-) battery terminal.
2. Remove the 2 bolts holding the front bumper upper
cover.
KTPC445A
3. Remove the head lamp mounting bolts (2EA), then
disconnect the lamp connectors.
KTPC445B
Turn signal lamp
i Headlamp
Position lamp
4. Installation is the reverse of removal.
KTPC715D
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
AIMING INSTRUCTIONS E489FD6AE
HEAD LAMP AIMING
The head lamps should be aimed with the proper beam-
setting equipment, and in accordance with the equipment
manufacturer's instructions.
~ N O T  
If there are any regulations pertinent to the aiming
of head lamps in the area where the vehicle is to be
used, adjust so as to meet those requirements.
Alternately turn the adjusting gear to adjust the head lamp
aiming. If beam-setting equipment is not available, pro-
ceed as follows:
1. Inflate the tires to the specified pressure and remove
any loads from the vehicle except the driver, spare
tire, and tools.
2. The vehicle should be placed on a flat floor.
3. Draw vertical lines (Vertical lines passing through
respective head lamp centers) and a horizontal
line (Horizontal line passing through center of head
lamps) on the screen.
4. With the head lamp and battery in normal condition,
aim the head lamps so the brightest portion falls on
the horizontal and vertical lines.
Make vertical and horizontal adjustments to the lower
beam using the adjusting wheel.
ETPD505F
LIGHTING SYSTEM
FRONT FOG LAMP AIMING
The front fog lamps should be aimed as the same manner
of the head lamps aiming.
With the front fog lamps and battery normal condition, aim
the front fog lamps by turning the adjusting gear.
Screen
L
H1 :Height between the head lamp bulb center and ground
H2 : Height between the fog lamp bulb center and ground
HEAD LAMP AND FOG LAMP AIMING POINT
Vehicle condition H1 H2
Without driver 656 330
With driver 635 308
ETPD505C
Ground
W1
W2
BE -117
Front fog lamp
aim'g screw
ETMB2BOA
W1 : Distance between the head lamp bulb center
W2 : Distance between the fog lamp bulb center
L : Distance between the head lamp bulb center and screen
ETPD505B
Unit: mm
W1 W2 L
1,100 1,140 3,000
BE -118
1. Turn the low beam on without driver aboard.
The cut-off line should be projected in the allowable
range (shaded region).
Vertical line of left
head lamp bulb center
Horizontal line of
head lamp bulb center
CUT-OFF LINE
Car axis
W1
2. Turn the front fog lamp on without driver aboard.
The cut-off line should be projected in the allowable
range (shaded region).
Vertical line of left
Car axis
fog lamp bulb center
orizontal line of H
f og lamp bulb center
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'/ /;
./
W2
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Vertical line of right
head lamp bulb center
Ground line
Vertical line of right
fog lamp bulb center
v
//; r; /;
C'll
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Gro und line
Unit: mm
ETOC310D
Unit: mm
ETPD505G
LIGHTING SYSTEM
TURN SIGNAL LAMP
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION E4FA379ss
1. Disconnect the negative(-) battery terminal.
2. Remove the 2 screws holding the rear combination
lamp.
KTPC455A
3. Disconnect the wire connector from the rear combi-
nation lamp.
KTPC455B
4. Installation is the reverse of removal.
BE -119
BE -120
ROOM LAMP
INSPECTION E4E08CCC6
1. Disconnect the negative(-) battery terminal.
2. Remove the room lamp switch then operate the switch
and check for continuity between the terminals with an
ohmmeter.
[M93]
KTPC501A
[M93]
 
1 2 3
n
ON
0 0
DOOR
0
 
.() ......,
OFF
ETPD501B
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
LIGHTING SYSTEM
OVERHEAD CONSOLE LAMP
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION E48856AAC
1. Disconnect the negative(-) battery terminal.
2. Detach the lamp lens from the overhead console.
(-)screwdriver
ESPD170P
3. Remove the mounting screws (2EA) and disconnect
the wire connector.
\UII II 1/U/
NO
KTPC470A
4. Installation is the reverse of removal.
BE -121
INSPECTION E4609192A
Remove the overhead console lamp switch then operate
the switch and check for continuity between the terminals
with an ohmmeter.
KTPC425B
[M95)
 
1 3 8
n
ON
0
'
D
DOOR
 
'-"
OFF
ETPD490B
BE -122
TURN / HAZARD LAMPS
INSPECTION E475010EE
1. Disconnect the negative(-) battery terminal.
2. Remove the center facia panel with a flat-tip screw-
driver.
KSPD150N
3. Detach the hazard lamp switch from the center facia
panel, then disconnect the wire connector.
[M13]
KTPC485A
4. Operate the switch and check for continuity between
terminals with an ohmmeter.
ETPD485B
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
LIGHTING SYSTEM
FLASHER UNIT
INSPECTION E40E71A64
1. Remove the flasher unit from the passenger compart-
ment relay box.

0 0
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Flasher 0

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ETPD502A
2. Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery toter-
minal 2 and the negative(-) lead to terminal 3.
KTDA212A
3. Connect the two turn signal lamps in parallel to termi-
nal1. Check that the bulbs turn on and off.

The turn signal/amps should flash 60 to 120 times per
minute. If one of the front or rear turn signal/amps has
an open circuit, the number of flashes will be more
than 120 per minute. If operation is not as specified,
replace the flasher unit.
BE -123
BE -124
RHEOSTAT
INSPECTION E40FDC991
1. Disconnect the negative(-) battery terminal.
2. Detach the rheostat connector from the driver's crash
pad panel.
U1l2l3i4lslsU
KTPC500A
4
Illumination(-)
5
ETPD500B
3. Check for intensity. If the light intensity of the lamps
changes smoothly without any flickering when the
rheostat is turned, it can be assumed that the rheo-
stat is normal.
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
LIGHTING SYSTEM
FRONT FOG LAMPS
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION E43767BD
1. Disconnect the negative(-) battery terminal.
2. Remove the front wheel guard.
Wheel guard
ESPD240K
3. Remove the front fog lamp assembly after removing
the screws, then disconnect the wire connector.
KTOB007H
4. Installation is the reverse of removal.
BE -125
INSPECTION E4BDEF530
FRONT FOG LAMP SWITCH
1. Disconnect the negative(-) battery terminal.
2. Remove the center facia panel with a flat-tip screw-
driver.
KSPD150N
3. Detach the front fog lamp switch from the center facia
panel, then disconnect the wire connector.
[M35]
111 I 2! 3 j 41 sl sll
KTPC495A
4. Operate the switch and check for continuity between
terminals with an ohmmeter.
ETPD495B
BE -126
REAR FOG LAMPS
INSPECTION KBCC0304
REAR FOG LAMP SWITCH
1. Disconnect the negative(-) battery terminal.
2. Remove the center facia panel with a flat-tip screw-
driver.
KSPD150N
3. Detach the rear fog lamp switch from the center facia
panel, then disconnect the wire connector.
KTPC715A
4. Operate the switch and check for continuity between
terminals with an ohmmeter.
2 3 4 5 6
ON
OFF
ETPD495B
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
LIGHTING SYSTEM
TAIL, PARKING AND LICENSE
LAMPS
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION E4D9647CB
1. Disconnect the negative (-) battery terminal.
2. Remove the tailgate trim.
0
KTPC400B
3. Remove the license plate lamp and disconnect the
wire connector.
4. Installation is the reverse of removal.
BE -127
BE -128
STOP LAMPS
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION E41F8ABEA
1. Disconnect the negative(-) battery terminal.
2. Remove the rear spoiler after removing 4 nuts. (Ex-
ternal spoiler type)
KTPC460A
3. Remove the 4 screws, disconnect the wire connector
and then remove the center high mounted stop lamp.
KTPC4608
4. Installation is the reverse of removal.
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
LIGHTING SYSTEM
COURTESY AND TRUNK LAMPS
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION E047osoB83
1 . Disconnect the negative battery terminal.
2. Detach the luggage lamp assembly from the luggage
side trim with a flat-tip screwdriver.
KTOB007J
3. Installation is the reverse of removal.
BE -129
BE -130
HEAD LAMP LEVELLING
DEVICE
COMPONENTS E477C3BDE
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
HEAD LAMP LEVELLING DEVICE BE -131
HEAD LAMP LEVELLING SWITCH
CIRCUIT DIAGRAM E404B2A13
Head lamp relay PIN CONNECTION
Tail lamp relay
PIN NO Description
1 Illumination(+)
2 Rheostat
3 Ground
4 IGN
5 Actuator(+)
111 I 21 a j 41 sl sll
ETKA055A
Head lamp
levelling actuator '--.!.!!...:----l
INSPECTION E4B488BDA
1. Disconnect the switch connector from the crash pad
lower panel.
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II
ETKA055A
KTPC715B
ETPD700H
2. Connect the battery voltage between terminals 3 and
4(Reference voltage=Vs)
ETMB711C
ETPD700A
3. Measure the voltage between terminals 3 and 5(V).
4. Check the percent ratio(VNs x 100%) between volt-
ages Vsand Vat each position.
BE -132
Position No. Rotation
0
oo
1 30°
2 60°
3 90°
5. If the voltage is not as specified, replace the head
lamp levelling switch.
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Ratio(±5%) Voltage (V)
90% 10.8 ± 0.5V
77% 9.24 ± 0.5V
68% 8.16 ± 0.5V
61% 7.32 ± 0.5V
IMMOBILIZER CONTROL SYSTEM
IMMOBILIZER CONTROL
SYSTEM
DESCRIPTION E43E14F02
The immobilizer system consists of a passive challenge-
response (mutual authentication) transponder inside the
key head and the SMARTRA (SMARt TRansponder An-
tenna) unit.
The SMARTRA unit contains an integrated inductive
antenna and electronics around the lock assembly. The
SMARTRA communicates to the ECM (Engine Control
Module) via a dedicated communications line.
Since the vehicle engine management system is able to
control engine mobilization, it is the most suitable unit to
control the SMARTRA.
Steering column
(shaft j J
KTPC716A
SYSTEM OVERVIEW
The vehicle immobilizer system consists of the ECM, the
SMARTRA and ignition keys with built-in transponder.
The ECM carries out the check of ignition key by special
encryption algorithm, which runs in the transponder and
in the ECM in parallel. Only if the results are equal, the
engine can be started. The data of all transponder, which
are valid for the vehicle, are stored in the ECM.
The ECM and the SMARTRA communicate by dedicated
line. During this communication of ECM and SMARTRA
the Kline of ECM cannot be used for communication. The
ECM controls the communication either to SMARTRA or to
other devices (e.g. service tester) on Kline by switching of
a multiplexer and specific communication procedures. The
multiplexer is a part of ECM hardware. The SMARTRA car-
ries out the communication with the built-in transponder of
the ignition key. This wireless communication runs by RF
(Radio frequency of 125 kHz). The SMARTRA is mounted
at the ignition lock close to the antenna coil for RF trans-
mission and receiving. The RF signal from the transpon-
der received by the antenna coil is converted into mes-
sages for serial communication by the SMARTRA device.
And the received messages from the ECM are converted
BE -133
into the RF signal, which is transmitted, to the transponder
by antenna.
The SMARTRA does not carry out the check of validity
of transponder or the calculation of encryption algorithm.
This device is only an advanced interface, which converts
the RF data flow of transponder into serial communication
to ECM and vice versa.
The transponder is of Hitag2 type with advanced encryp-
tion algorithm. During the key teaching procedure the
transponder will be programmed with vehicle specific data.
The vehicle specific data are written into the transponder
memory. The write procedure is unique; therefore the con-
tent of transponder can never be modified or changed.
The data are a string of 9 bytes defined by vehicle manu-
facturer. The transponder memory is split into two strings
called authenticator and key password.
After this programming the transponder memory is locked
and the data cannot be read or changed respectively. The
transponder status changes from "virgin" to "learnt".
Additionally every transponder includes a unique IDE
(Identifier number) of 32 bit. Unique means that the IDE
of all transponder is different from each other. The IDE
is programmed by the transponder manufacturer and is
a read-only value.
The authenticator and the key password are not trans-
ferred from ECM to transponder or vice versa. Only the
results from the encryption algorithm are transferred. It
is almost impossible to calculate the vehicle specific data
from the encryption result.
For teaching of keys and special purposes the ECM is con-
nected to the tester device. This can be the manufacturer's
service tester, which is in use at service station. The pro-
tocol of communication is the K line of ECM.
TEACHING PROCEDURES
1. KEY TEACHING PROCEDURE
Key teaching must be done after replacing a defective
ECM or when providing additional keys to the vehicle
owner.
The procedure starts with an ECM request for vehicle spe-
cific data from the tester. The "virgin" ECM stores the ve-
hicle specific data and the key teaching can be started.
The "learnt" ECM compares the vehicle specific data from
the tester with the stored data. If the data are correct, the
teaching can procede.
If incorrect vehicle specific data have been sent to the ECM
three times, the ECM will reject the request of key teaching
for one hour. This time cannot be reduced by disconnect-
ing the battery or any other manipulation. After reconnect-
ing the battery, the timer starts again for one hour.
BE -134
The key teaching is done by ignition on with the key and
additional tester commands. The ECM stores the relevant
data in the EEPROM and in the transponder. Then the
ECM runs the authentication required for confirmation of
the teaching process. The successful programming is then
confirmed by a message to the tester.
If the key is already known to the ECM from a previous
teaching, the authentication will be accepted and the EEP-
ROM data are updated. There is no changed transponder
content (this is impossible for a learnt transponder).
The attempt to repeatedly teach a key, which has been
taught already during the same teaching cycle, is recog-
nized by the ECM. This rejects the key and a message is
sent to the tester.
The ECM rejects invalid keys, which are presented for
teaching. A message is sent to the tester. The key can be
invalid due to faults in the transponder or other reasons,
which result from unsuccessful programming of data. If
the ECM detects different authenticators of a transponder
and an ECM, the key is considered to be invalid.
The maximum number of taught keys is 4
If an error occurs during the Immobilizer Service Menu, the
ECM status remains unchanged and a specific fault code
is stored.
If the ECM status and the key status do not match for
teaching of keys, the tester procedure will be stopped and
a specific fault code will be stored at ECM.
2. USER PASSWORD TEACHING PROCEDURE
The user password for limp home is taught at the service
station. The owner of the vehicle can select a number with
four digits.
User password teaching is only accepted by a "learnt"
ECM. Before first teaching of user password to an ECM,
the status of the password is "virgin". No limp home func-
tion is possible.
The teaching is started by ignition on, with a valid key
and sending the user password by tester. After successful
teaching, the status of the user password changes from
"virgin" to "learnt".
The learnt user password can also be changed. This can
be done if the user password status is "learnt" and the
tester sends authorization of access, either the old user
password or the vehicle specific data. After correct autho-
rization, the ECM requests the new user password. The
status remains "learnt" and the new user password will be
valid for the next limp home mode.
If incorrect user passwords or wrong vehicle specific data
have been sent to the ECM three times, the ECM will reject
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
the request to change the password for one hour. This
time cannot be reduced by disconnecting the battery or
any other actions. After reconnecting the battery, the timer
starts again for one hour.
THE USER PASSWARD CAN BE IN THE STATUS
00. NOT YET CHECKED
The status is stored in the EEPROM. In case of incorrect or
no plausible data from this circuit, the ECM cannot check
the status and the ECM sends 00.
01. LEARNT
The password has been taught successfully to the ECM.
02. VIRGIN
This is the status at the end of the ECM production line
before delivery to the final customer.
04. LOCKED BY TIMER
After a certain number of incorrect inputs, the ECM is
locked for one hour and no inputs are accepted during this
time.
05. TEACHING NOT ACCEPTED
This status is set if, for example, the ECM is in neutral
status.
IMMOBILIZER CONTROL SYSTEM
BLOCK DIAGRAM E45EDF3FC
IMMOBILIZER ANTENNA UNIT (SMARTRA)
VOLTAGE
ONDITIONING
TRANSPONDER
INTERFACE
AND
ANTENNA
CPU
COMMS.
INTERFACE
COMMUNICATIONS
LINE
BE -135
ETPD700D
BE -136 BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
COMPONENTS E04FD917B9
COMPONENTS DESCRIPTION
TRANSPONDER (Built-in keys) When ignition is ON, the coil supplies energy
t------------------------1 to the transponder, whichin turn accumulates
ETKA470C
IMMOBILIZER ANTENNA UNIT (SMARTRA)
ETNB291C
ENGINE CONTROL MODULE (ECM)
energy in the condenser.
Once the energy supplied from the coil has stopped,
using the stored energy in the condenser, the
transponder transmits the secret data.
The transponder has an advanced encryption algorithm.
During the key teaching procedure, the transponder will
be programmed with vehicle specific data. The vehicle
specific data are written into the transponder memory.
The write procedure is once only; therefore, the contents
of the transponder can never be modified or changed.
The ECM carries out a check of the ignition key using a
t------------------------1 special encryption algorithm, whichis programmed into
B6BE710E
the transponder as well as the ECM simultaneously.
Only if the results are equal can the engine be
started. The data of all transponders,which are valid
for the vehicle, are stored in the ECM
IMMOBILIZER CONTROL SYSTEM BE -137
COMPONENTS DESCRIPTION
DATA LINK CONNECTOR (DLC) By connecting the voltmeter or Hi-scan, the control
module diagnosticcode can be read.
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8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
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,16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9
B6BE710F
DIAGNOSTIC TESTER (HI-SCAN) Has the function ICM (SMARTRA), ECM, and
key diagnosis and change


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BE -138 BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
LIMP HOME FUNCTION E4E6E29E9
o NORMAL CONDITION
Start
IGN
LAMP
o START POSSIBLE
IGN
~  
~ Jl?..
LAMP
User Password
(1234H)
o START IMPOSSIBLE
T1
IGN
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LAMP
User Password
(1234H)
NOTE
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3 sec <T2 < 10 sec
0.2 sec <T3 < 5 sec
0.2 sec <T4 < 3 sec
T5 = 5 sec
T6 < 5 sec
T7 < 30 sec
T8 < 8 sec
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IMMOBILIZER CONTROL SYSTEM
1. LIMP HOME BY TESTER
If the ECM detects the fault of the SMARTRA or
transponder, the ECM will allow limp home function
of the immobilizer. Limp home is only possible if the
user password (4 digits) has been given to the ECM
before. This password can be selected by the vehicle
owner and is programmed at the service station.
The user password can be sent to the ECM via the
special tester menu.
Only if the ECM is in status "learnt" and the user pass-
word status is "learnt" and the user password is cor-
rect, the ECM will be unlocked for a period of time (30
sec.). The engine can only be started during this time.
After the time has elapsed, engine start is not possi-
ble.
If the wrong user password is sent, the ECM will re-
ject the request of limp home for one hour. Discon-
necting the battery or any other action cannot reduce
this time. After econnecting the battery to the ECM,
the timer starts again for one hour.
2. LIMP HOME BY IGNITION KEY
The limp home can be activated also by the ignition
key. The user password can be input to the ECM by
a special sequence of ignition on/off.
Only if the ECM is in status "learnt" and the user pass-
word status is "learnt" and the user password is cor-
rect, the ECM will be unlocked for a period of time (30
sec.). The engine can be started during this time. Af-
ter the time has elapsed, engine start is not possible.
After a new password has been input, the timer (30
sec.) will start again.
After ignition off, the ECM is locked if the timer has
elapsed 8 seconds. For the next start, the input of the
user password is requested again.
DIAGNOSIS OF IMMOBILIZER
FAULTS E407210D
THE DIAGNOSIS MONITORS :
• Communication between the ECM and the SMAR-
TRA.
• Function of the SMARTRA and the transponder.
• Data (stored in the ECM) related to the immobilizer
function.
There are four different faults that are assigned to the im-
mobilizer system. Every fault is broken down into four
different types (circuit malfunction, circuit range I perfor-
mance problem, low input, high input). The following table
shows the assignment of immobilizer related faults to each
type:
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Immobilizer Diag-
Related Fault types nostic
Faults codes
Transponder Invalid transponder data P1801
Fault
Transponder not in
password mode or
transport data has
been changed
Programming error
SMARTRA Antenna error P1800
Fault
Invalid request from ECM
or corrupted data
P1803
No answer from P1610
SMARTRA
Invalid message from
SMARTRA to ECM
EEPROM Inconsistent data of P1805
EEPROM
Invalid write operation
to EEPROM
Immobilizer Not plausible immobilizer P1805
indicator or indicator stored at ECM
ECM Faults
No valid data from
SMARTRA after 3
attempts by ECM
Invalid tester message or
unexpected requests
by tester
REPLACEMENT OF ECM AND SMARTRA
In case of a defective ECM, the unit has to be replaced with
a "virgin" or "neutral" ECM. All keys have to be taught to
the new ECM. Keys, which are not taught to the ECM, are
invalid for the new ECM (Refer to key teaching procedure).
The vehicle specific data have to be left unchanged due to
the unique programming of transponder.
In case of a defective SMARTRA, there is no special pro-
cedure required. A new SMARTRA device simply replaces
the old one. There are no transponder-related data stored
in this device.
NEUTRALISING OF ECM
The ECM can be set to the "neutral" status by a tester.
A valid ignition key is inserted and after ignition on is
recorded, the ECM requests the vehicle specific data from
the tester. The communication messages are described
at "Neutral Mode". After successfully receiving the data,
the ECM is neutralized.
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The ECM remains locked. Neither the limp home mode
nor the "twice ignition on" function, is accepted by the
ECM.
The teaching of keys follows the procedure described for
the virgin ECM. The vehicle specific data have to be un-
changed due to the unique programming of the transpon-
der. If data should be changed, new keys with a virgin
transponder are requested.
BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
IGNITION SYSTEM
IGNITION SYSTEM
IGNITION SWITCH
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION E4B9B914B
1. Disconnect the negative(-) battery terminal.
KPPD004A
2. Remove the 3 bolts and disconnect the airbag con-
nector and the horn connector, then remove the
airbag module.
& CAUTION
Remove the horn pad only for vehicle without
airbag.
KPPD005A
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3. Remove the steering wheel lock nut.
KPPD006A
4. Remove the steering wheel with special tool (09561-
11002).
& CAUTION
Do not hammer on the steering wheel to remove it.
Doing so may damage the collapsible mechanism.
KPPD007A
5. Remove the steering column shroud after removing 3
screws.
KPPD008A
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6. Remove the clock spring.
KPPD010A
7. Disconnect the wire connectors and remove the
multi-function switch after pressing down the indi-
cated parts as shown in the illustration.
KPPD011A
8. Remove the 2 bolts and 2 screws holding the driver's
side crash pad lower panel and remove it.
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BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
9. Remove the 4 bolts connecting steering column shaft
to universal joint and pinion.
KPPD013A
1 0. Remove a bolt connecting universal joint to gear box.
KPPD014A
11 . Remove the steering column shaft assembly.
KPPD015A
12. Remove the key lock assembly from the steering col-
umn shaft. (Refer to ST group)
IGNITION SYSTEM
INSPECTION E4647BBB1
1. Remove the driver's side crash pad lower panel.
2. Disconnect the ignition switch connector and the door
warning switch connector under the steering column.
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IGNITION SWITCH
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81 ACC IG1 82 IG2
REMOVAL
LOCK
ACC
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INSERT
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START
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[Door warning switch] [Ignition switch]
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3. Check for continuity between the terminals.
4. If continuity is not as specified, replace the switch.
STEERING
DOOR WARNING
KEY
SWITCH
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ILLUMINATION
ST SWITCH
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VIEW A
Na DESCRIPTION
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81 ACC IG1 82 IG2 ST
1 Illumination(+)
LOCK
2 Illumination(-)
3 Door warning(+) ACC
,... ,...
4 Door warning(-)
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5 Immobilizer(+)
6 Immobilizer(-)
START
,... ,... ,...
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