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General Fuel . EngineElectrical Air conditioner Heater, and Ventilation

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MANUAL WORKSHOP SUPPLEMENT
FOREWORD

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procedures for reManualcontains This Workshop reasadjustment, inspection, moval,disassembly, mechanics. service for etc. installation, semblyand page in on the following indicated Use the manuals with this manualas required. combination and product descripillustrations All information, in this manualare currentas at the tionsconlained reservethe right We, however, time of publication. at any time withoutpriornoticeor to makechanges obligation.

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WARNINGS REGARDING OF SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM (sRS) EQUTPPED VEHTCLES


WARNING! (1) lmproper service or maintenanceof any component of the SRS, or any SRS-related component, 'the can.lead to personal iniury or death to se_rvice personnel (from inidvertent firing of air bag) or to the driver (from rendering the SRS inoperative).(2) at it is possible that the SRS components are subjected to heat over 93"C (200.F) in baking the SRS compon6nts (air bag module, SRS-LCU)beforehandl .-. 9r in.drying after painting,_remove (3) Service or maintenance_of SRs componeni or SRS-relateJcomponent must be performed -qny only at an authorized MITSUBISHIdealer. (4) MITSUBISHI dealer personnel must thoroughly review this manual,and especiallyits GROUP 5?B - Supplemental Restraint System (SRS), before beginning any service or maintenance of any component of the SRS or any SRS-relatedcomponent.-

GENERAL - Vehicle ldentification

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GENERALOO

GENERAL
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION
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MODEL
VEHICLES FOR EUROPE
Model code Zl6AMJGFL6 Zl6AMJGFR6 model Engine 6G72(2,972m( ) model Transmission W6MG1 Fuelsupplysystem MPI

VEHICLESFOR GENERALEXPORT
Modelcode Zl6AMNGFL Zl6AMNGFR Enginemodel 6G72(2,972m( ) Transmission model

Fuelsupply system
MPI

WsMG1

VEHICLESFOR GCC
Modelcode Zl6AMNGFLW Engine model 6G72(2,972m( ) Transmission model

Fuelsupply system
MPI

WsMG1

VEHICLESFOR AUSTRALIA
Modelcode Zl6AMNGFRs Enginemodel 6G72(2,972m( ) Transmission model

Fuelsupply system
MPI

WsMG1

CHASSISNUMBER
The chassisnumberis stampedon the toeboardinsidethe engine compartment.

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GENERAL - Vehicle ldentification

AJMBMN216AWY

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000001 A
10
VO2OTAA

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1. Asia 2 . Japan 3. MITSUBISHI A - For Europe,right hand drive B - For Europe,left hand drive F - For Australia,right hand drive Y - For General Exportor GCC 4 . Body style M - 2-door hatchback 5 . Transmissiontype N - S-speedmanual transmission J - 6-speed manual transmission

6. Development order 216 - 2,972 md (Full time 4WD) 7. Sort A - Passenger car L Model year w - 1998

9. Plant Y - Ohe Motor VehicleWorks 10. Serialnumber

GENERAL - Major Specification

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MAJOR SPECIFICATIONS

oo Foo64

Dimensions
Items Zl6AMJGFL6 Zl6AMJGFL6 Zl6AMNGFL Zl6AMNGFR Zl64MNGFLW 4,570(',t799.9) (72.41 1,84O

Z1 6AMNGFRs

Overalllength mm (in.) Overallwidth mm (in.) (unladen) Overallheight mm (in.) Wheelbase mm (in.) Track-front mm (in.) Track-rear mm (in.) (unladen) Groundclearance mm (in.) Overhang-front mm (in.) Overhang-rear mm (in.) Angleof approach Angleof departure depress

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@ @ @ @ @

4,570(1799.9) (72.4) 1,84O (50.6) 1,285 2,470(97.2) (62.2) 1,560 (62.2) 1,580

4,570(17e9.9) 1,840(72.4) 1,285(50.6) 2,470(97.2) 1,560(62.2) 1,580(62.2)

(50.6) 1,28s
2,470(97.21 1,560(62.2) (62.2) 1,580 (5.5) 140 (40.6) 1,030 (42.1) 1,070 'l.1 .2" 11 .7"

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140(5.s)
1,030(40.6) 42.1) 1,O7( O 11 .2"
1'1 .7'

140(5.s)
1,030(40.6) (42.1) 1,07O 11 .2" 11 .7"

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Weight
Items Zl6AMJGFL6 Zl6AMJGFR6 't,730(3,858) 2,120(4,674',) front rear Zl6AMNGFL Zl6AMNGFR Zl6AMNGFLW Zl6AMNGFRs

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Kerbweightkg (lbs.) Grossvehicles weightkg (lbs.) Max.axleweightkg (lbs.)

(3,737) 1,6e5 (4,s751 2,075


(2,535) 1,150 1,020(2,249)

1,700(3,748) 2,080(4,s86)

(2,53s) 1,150
(2,249) 1,O20

(2,535) r ,150
1,020(2,249)

Seatingcapacaty
Items Zl6AMJGFL6 Zl6AMJGFR6 4 Zl6AMNGFL Zl64MNGFR Zl64MNGFLW
A

Zl6AMNGFRs

Seating capacity

Engine Items
Zl6AMJGFL6 Zl6AMJGFR6 6G72 2,972 Zl6AMNGGFL Zl6AMNGFR Zl6AMNGFLW 6G72 2,972 Zl6AMNGFRS

Model Totaldisolacement mf

6G72 2,972

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Transmission
Items

GENERAL - Major Specification

Zl6AMJGFL6 Zl6AMJGFR6 W6MGl manual 6-speed

Zl6AMNGFL Zl6AMNGFR Zl6AMNGFLW

Zl64MNGFRs

Model

WsMG1
5-soeed manual

W5MG1 manual 5-speed

Type

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FUEL
CONTENTS
GENERAL Outlino ef Change ON.VEHICLE INSPECTION OF MPI COMPONENTS
MixtureAdjustingScrew (variableresistor) <Vehicles for GeneralExportand GCC>.

....... 2 .. .. 2 2

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Inspection of MPI Components FUEL - General/On-vehicle

GENERAL
OF CHANGE OUTLINE
. The following resistor) has been changed. screw (variable for the mixtureadjusting The connector to prevtous established have been points vehicles from which are different service maintenance to this. correspond

OF MPI COMPONENTS INSPECTION ON-VEHICLE


SCREW(VariableResistor)<Vehiclesfor General Export ADJUSTING MIXTURE and Gcc>
resrstor Variable sti d e @ Equipmen connector

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Engine control

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HARNESSINSPECTION
Measure the powersupplyvoltage resistor. of the variable o Connector: Disconnected o lgnition ON switch: (V) Voltage 4 . 8- 5 . 2

@
OK
the Repair harness.

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Inspection of MPI Components FUEL - General/On-vehicle


of the earth Checkfor continuity circuit. o Connector: Disconnected

13-3

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Repair the narness.


?FU2O?5

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or a Checkfor an open-circuit, to earthbetween the shortcircuit engine control unitandthe variable resistor. o Variable resistor connector: Disconnected o Engine controlunitconnector: Disconnected

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Engine control harness unrt sideconnector

Repair the harness.

?FU2O?6

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SENSORINSPECTION (1) Disconnect connector. the variableresistor (2) Use a circuittester to measurethe resistance between terminal O and terminal @ of the variable resisto connector. Standardvalue:4-6kO

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(3) Next, connectthe circuittester betweenterminalO and terminal@. (4) Check if the resistancechanges smoothly when the by the special tool (MASdriveQ adjusting screwis rotated (5) lnspectthe body for cracks or other damage. (6) lf any defect is found, replacethe variableresistor as an assembly.

- General/Specifications/Service AdiustmentProcedure 16-1 ENGINEELECTRICAL

GROUP16

ENGINEELECTRICAL
GENERAL
OF CHANGE OUTLINE
o has been changedto 110 A in vehiclesfor GeneralExport The nominaloutputfor the allernator to correspond as follows havebeenchanged specifications outputcurrent The alternator and Australia. to this.

SPECIFICATIONS
SPECIFICATIONS SERVICE
<Vehicles for General Export and Australia> ALTERNATOR Item
Limit OutputcurrentA Specifications 774

PROCEDURES ADJUSTMENT SERVICE


OUTPUTCURRENTTEST <Vehiclesfor General Export and Australia>
pointsare the sameas before' service Inspection Output current Limit:77A

(L)

55-1
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AIR HEATER, CONDITIONER AND VENTILATION


CONTENTS
GENERAL Outline of Changes TROUBLESHOOTING AIR CONDITIONER CONTROL P A N E LA N D E C U A S S E M B L Y .........2 . . .. . . .. 2 ..... 2 .......27 DAMPERCONTROLMOTOR ASSEMBLY C O M P R E S S O. R .......28 ...29

FAN AND CONDENSER CONDENSER ..... 29 MOTOR

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- General/Troubleshooting AND VENTILATION 55-2 HEATER.AIR CONDITTONER

GENERAL
OF CHANGES OUTLINE
controlpanel the air conditioning which integrates controlpanel and ECU assembly An air conditioning to this. items have been changedto correspond The following and the ECU hal been adopted. o Troubleshooting controlpanel and ECU assembly o Removal servicepointsfor the air conditioning and installation o Removaland installation servicepointsfor the dampercontrolmotorassembly clutch magnetic and the compressor's of the thermostat o Inspection servicepointsfor operation pickupsensor o Inspection servicepointsfor the revolution fan motor o Inspection servicepointsfor the condenser

TROUBLESHOOTING
CODES CHART FOR DIAGNOSIS INSPECTION
CodeNo.
11

item Diagnosis sensorsystem(opencircuit) lnterior temperature sensorsystem(shortcircuit) Interior temperature Air inletsensorsystem(opencircuit) circuit) Air inletsensorsystem(short sensorsystem(opencircuit) temperature Engine coolant sensorsystem(shortcircuit) temperature coolant Engine Air thermosensorsystem(opencircuit) Air thermosensorsystem(shottcircuit) systemol blendair dampermotorassembly Potentiometer dampermotorassembly systemof modeselection Potentiometer Drivesystemof air mix dampermotorassembly dampermotorassembly Drivesystemof modeselection

Reference page 55-3 55-3 55-4 55-4 55-5 55-5 55-6 55-6 55-7 55-8 55-9 55-9

12 13 14 15 16 21 22 31 32 41 42

- Troubleshooting 55-3 AND VENTILATION AIR CONDITIONER HEATER,


CODES FOR DIAGNOSIS INSPECTION PROCEDURES sensor system Code No.11or 12 lnteriortemperature
ff ir Oirg

i Probablecause
. r r . Malfunction of Malfunction ol Malfunction of Malfunction of connector harness interior lemperalure sensor the A/C-ECU

Replace

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F-01 sensorconnector Measure at lhe interior lemperature o Disconnect at the and measure the conneclthe connector, harnessside connector . Voltage between terminal(2) and body earth OK: 5V

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OK V

iNo I Repair

iNG V sensorand Checkthe harnessbetweenthe interiortemperalure the A/C-ECU.

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Measureat the A/C-ECUconnectorC-97 o Connectthe connector. . Voltagebetweenterminal (15) and body earth OK: 2.3 - 2.9V

Check the following connectors: <L.H. drivevehicles> F-01 , F-32 F-01 , F-32,C-62 <R.H. drive vehicles>

sensorand Checkthe harnessbetweenthe interiortemperature the A/C-ECU,and if necessary.

the A/C-ECU. I Replace

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55-4

- Troubleshooting AND VENTILATION AtR CONDTTTONER HEATER.


Probablecause
. . . o of Malfunction oI Malfunction of Malfunction of Malfunction connector harness the air inletsensor the A/C-ECU

Code No.13Air inlet sensor system(open circuit)


or if This diagnosiscode is output if there is a defectiveconnectorconnection, there is an oDencircuitin the harness.

++ OK V
C-19. sensorconnector at the outsideair lemperature Measure at the harness . Disconnect and measure the connector, side conneclor. (2) and body earth . Voltage betweenterminal OK:5V

Replace

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OK V
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andthe A/C-ECU the air inletsensor between Check the harness

connectorC-97. Measureat the A,/C-ECU . Connectthe connector. . Voltagebetweenterminal(7) and body earth OK: 2.3 - 2.9 V

Check the following connectors: C-05

Check the trouble symptom. andthe A/C-ECU' the air inletsensor between Checkthe harness and repair i{ necessary.

Reolacethe A,rC-ECU.

Code No.l4 Air inlet sensor system (short circuit)


This diagnosiscode is output if there is a short circuit in the air inlet sensor input circuit.

Probablecause
r . . . of Malfunction of Malfunction of Mal{unction of Malfunction harness connector the air inlet sensor the A'IC-ECU

Measureat the A/C-ECUconnectorC-97. . Connectthe connector. . Voltagebetweenterminal(7) and body earth OK: 2.3- 2.9 V

andthe A/C-ECU' between the air inletsensor Checkthe harness and repair if necessary.

Reolacethe A/C-ECU

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- Troubleshooting 55-5 AND VENTILATION AIR CONDITIONER HEATER,


Gode No.15 Engine coolant temperaturesensor system Probablecause (opencircuit)
or il connection, connector code is outputif there is a defective This diagnosis there is an open circuilin the harness. . . o . of Malfunction Malfunction of Malfunction of sensor of Malfunction connector harness the enginecoolanttemperature the A/C-ECU

sensorcheck Enginecoolanttemperature

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and measureat the harness the connector. Disconnecl side connector (1) and body eanh Voltage betweenterminal OK: 5V -* T;,-

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-r Check the trouble symptom.

Measureat the fuC-ECU connectorC-97. o Connectthe connector. . Voltagebetweenterminal(14) and body earth OK: 2.3 - 2.9 V

Check the following connector: C-35

Check the following connector: C-97 Reolacethe A/C-ECU.

Code No.l6 Engine coolant temperature sensor system (short circuit)


This diagnosiscode is output if there is a short circuit in the engine coolant lemperaturesensor input circuit.

Probablecause
. . . . of harness Malfunction of connector Malfunction of the engine coolanttemperature Malfunction sensor of the A/C-ECU Malfunction

sensor the heaterwatertemperature Checkthe harnessbetween and the A/C-ECU,and repair if necessary.

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Reolacethe tuC-ECU.

5s-6

- Troubleshooting AND VENTILATION AIR CONDITIONER HEATER,


Probablecause
of connector | : . Y"llr"9li9l ol harness, Malfunction I o Malfunction of the air thermosensor r Malfunction of the A/C-ECU

Code No.21Air thermo sensor system(opencircuit)


or if connection, connector code is outputif there is a defective This diagnosis -un op"n circuitin the harness. there is

Air thermosensorcheck

'NG -f+

Replace

lox
Check the following connector: C-97

Measure at the air thermo sensor connector C-34. . Disconnectthe conneclor,and measure at the harness side connector. . Voltage belween terminal (2) and body earth OK:5V

V the A/C-ECU. Replace Check the following connector: C-34

t{

Measureat the fuC-ECU connectorC-97. . Conneclthe conneclor. . Voltagebetweenterminal (8) and body earth OK: 2.3 - 2.9 V

Check the following connector: C-97

Code No.22Air thermo sensor system (short circuit)


This diagnosiscode is output if there is a short circuitin the air lhermo sensor inoutcircuit.

Probablecause
o o . . of Malfunction of Malfunction of Malfunction of Malfunction harness connector the air thermo sensor the fuC-ECU

Air thermosensorcheck theA/C-ECU, sensorand theairthermo harness between Checkthe and repair i{ necessary.

- Troubleshooting 55'7 AND VENTILATION HEATER, AIR CONDITIONER


Code No.31 Potentiometersystem of blend air damper motor assembly
This diagnosis code is outputif there is an open or short circuitin the potentiometer inputcircuit, or if there is an open circuitin the powercircuitor earthcircuit.

Probablecause
r Malfunction of assembly o Malfunction of o Malfunction of o Malfunction of the blendair dampermotor conneclor harness the A/C-ECU

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Reprace
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connector C-14. Measure at the blendair damperpotentiometer . Disconnecl the connector. and measureat the harness sroeconneclor. . Voltage belweenterminal(4) and body earth OK:5V

Check the following connector: C-97 OK NG Repair

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between the blendair damperpolentiometer Checkthe harness and the A/C-ECU.

Measureat the A/C-ECUconnectorC-97. . Connectthe conneclor. o Blend air damper position:MAX.HOT . Voltagebetweenterminal (5) and body earlh OK: 4.7 - 5.0 V

NG

- Troubteshooting 55-8 HEATER,AIR coNDlTloNER AND VENTILATION


Code No.32 Potentiometer system of mode selection Probablecause damper motor assembly
This diagnosis code is outpul if there is an open or short circuitin the potentiometer input circuit, or if there is an open circuitin the powercircuitor earth circuit. . . . . Malfunction of assembly Malfunction of Malfunction of Malfunction of the mode selectiondamper motor connector the A/C-ECU harness

1.. , damperpotentiometer check I Mode selection OK

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Replace

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Check the following connector: C-97

Voltage betweenterminal(4) and body earth OK:5V

Measureat the A/C-ECUconnectorC-97. . Connectthe connector. r Mode selectiondamper position:DEF . Voltagebetweenterminal (6) and body earth OK: 4.8 - 5.2 V

Check the following connector: C-15

Checkthe harness belweenthe modeselection damDerpolentiomeler and the A/C-ECU,and repair if necessary.

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- Troubleshooting 55-9 AND VENTILATION AIR CONDITIONER HEATER,


Code No.41 Drive system of blend air damper motor assembly
This diagnosiscode is output i{ the motor drive circuit is defective.

Probablecause
o o . r Malfunction of the blend air damper motor assembly Malfunction of connector Malfunction oJ harness Malfunction of the A/C-ECU

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. Check the lollowing connectors: ' C - 1 4 ,C - 9 8

j Checkthe troublesymptom

Code No.42Drivesystem of mode selectiondamper motor assembly


This diaonosiscode is output if the motor drive circuitis defective.

Probablecause
o o o r Malfunction of assembly Malfunction of Malfunction of Malfunction of the mode selectiondamDermotor connector harness the A/C-ECU

Reptace
V

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Check the following connectors: c-t5, c-98 Check the harness belweenthe mode selectiondamper motor and the A/C-ECU.

F"pl"*

rh" A/C+CU

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55.10

- Troubleshooting HEATER, AIR CONDITIONER AND VENTILATION

INSPECTION CHART FOR TROUBLESYMPTOMS


Trouble symptom Communication withthe MUT-ll is not oossible. Air conditioner doesnotoperate. panelis blank. A/C graphic display on control Temoerature cannotbe set. A/C outletair temoerature does not increase A/C outletair temperature does not decrease. Blower doesnot ooerale. Blower air amount cannot be chanqed. Air outletportcannotbe changed. Inside/outside is not oossible. air selection Defroster function does not operate. Radiator fan does not operate. Condenser fan does not operate. powersupplycircuit A/C-ECU check A/C compressor control check circuit 10
11 8

proce- Reference page Inspection dureNo.


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55-11 55-12 55-13 55-13 55-1 3 55-1 3 55-1 4 55-1 5 55-1 5 55-1 6 55-17 55-1 8 55-20 55-22 55-23

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12 13 14 15

- Troubteshooting 55-11 AND VENTILATION AIR CONDITIONER HEATER,

,lt

FOR TROUBLESYMPTOMS PROCEDURE INSPECTION Inspection procedure 1


with the MUT-llis not possible Communication Probablecause
Malfunction of connector or harness Malfunction of A/C-ECU there is a high possibilitr o with all other systemsis not possible, lf communication r with only the line. lf communication of the diagnosis that there is a malfunction line or of the diagnosis a malfunction the cause is probably A,/Cis not possible, of the A/c-Ecu power supplysystem(eadh).

MUT-ll and ls communication between other systemis possible? I YES I OK @ c-70. . Voltage betweenterminal(11) and body earth fluctuates beOK: lndication tween 0 V and 12 V. -lNG

the MUT-Il diagnosisline, and if necessary.

Measureat the A/C-ECUconnector , c-97. . Disconnect and the connector, measureat the harnessside conneclor. . Voltagebetween terminal(18) and body earth OK: Batteryvoltage- 2 V

Cfre"f. tfre toflo;i''tg

c-70
OK

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]NG V Repair

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Measure at the A,/C-ECUconnector c-97. . Connectthe connector. . Voltagebetweenterminal (17) and body earth fluctuatesbeOK: Indication tween 0 V and 12 V. OK

NG NG

ING Y between thediagnoCheck theharness sis connectorand the A/C-ECU,and repair if necessary.

Check the trouble symptom.

thediagnoharness between Checkthe sis connectorand the A/C-ECU. NG Check the following connectors: c-70, c-97 OK Check the trouble symptom NG Measure at the A/C-ECU connector c-98. . Disconnect and the connector, measureat the harnessside conneclor. . Voltagebetweenterminal (28) and body earth OK: Batteryvoltage

NG

NG

NG

Check the trouble symptom.

Checktheharness between thejunction block and the A/C-ECU,and repairif necessary.

Measure at the A/C-ECU connector c-98. r Disconnect the connector,and measureat the harnessside conneclor. o Continuitybetweenterminales (27), (35) and body earth OK: Continuity

Check the trouble symptom

Check the harness between the A,/C-ECU andthe bodyearth, and repair if necessary.

55-12

HEATER, AIR CONDITIONER AND VENTILATION - TTOUbICShOOtiNg

Inspectionprocedure2
Air conditioner does not operate. Probablecause
Mallunction of blower Insufficient refrigerant Mallunction of magneticclutch Malfunction of air thermosensor Malfunction of magneticclutch relay Malfunction of refrigerant temperature switch Malfunction of dual oressureswitch Malfunction of connectoror harness Malfunction of engine-ECU Malfunction of A/C-ECU r lf tf* insufficient re{rigerant, or a malfunction o settingis at 17'C, the cause is probably . ol the blower or of the magnet clutch power supply. o o o . o . r

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1n d2 2 o u t p u t ? I I s a n yo f t h e c o d e s ' 1 1 , 2a
o . o Magneticclutch check Magneticclutch relay check Dual pressureswitch check

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Replace

Measureat the magneticclutch relay connectorA-46X. . Disconnect the conneclor, and measureat the harness side conneclor. (1) Continuitybetweenterminal(5) and body earth OK: Continuity (2) Voltagebetweenterminal(4) and body earth OK: Batteryvoltage

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r A-46X,A-50. B-18

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NG

I ttc V
clutchand the maonetic Checkthe harnessbelween the maonetic clutch relay, and repair if necessiry.

ING V Checkthe harness between the fusiblelinkandthe magnetic clutch relay,and repair if necessary.

- Troubleshooting55-13 HEATER,AIR CONDITIONER AND VENTILATION


Inspectionprocedure3
A/C graphic display on control panel is blank.
The cause is probablya malfunction of the A/C-ECUpower supply system (earth).

Probablecause
a a

Malfunction of connectoror harness Malfunction of A/C-ECU

Does the A/C operate?

lnspectionprocedure14 (Refer lo P.55-22.1

Inspection procedure 4 Temperature cannot be set.


The cause is probablya malfunction of lhe temperature settingsignal input system or output system. procedure'14 (Refer to P.55-22.) Inspection

Probablecause
. . Malfunction of connectoror harness Malfunction of A/C-ECU

Inspection procedure 5

A/C outlet air temperature does not increase.


lf the outlet air temperature does not increasewhen the temperature settingis increased, the cause is probablya sensor malfunction or a problemwith operationof the blend air damper.The MUT-ll can be used to check the diagnosiscodes in order to check the cause of the problemfor each separate sysrem.

Probablecause
. . . o . . Malfunction of Malfunction of Malfunction of Malfunction of Malfunction of Malfunction of blend air damper potentiometer blend air damper motor blend air damper connectoror harness interiortemperaturesensor A/C-ECU

MUT.II DIAGNOSISCODE ls any of the codes 11, 12, 31 and 41 output?

INSPECTIONCHART (Referto FORDIAGNOSIS CODES P.55-2.)

Inspection procedure 6

A/C outlet aartemperature does not decrease.


lf the outlet air temperature does not decreasewhen the temperature setting is decreased, the cause is probablya problem in A,/Csystem operationdue to a sensor error, or a problemwith operationof the blend air damper.The MUT-ll can be used to check the diagnosiscodes in order to check the cause of the problemfor each separatesvstem.

Probablecause
. Malfunction of o Malfunction of o Malfunction of . Malfunction of . Malfunction oI o Malfunction of blend air damper potentiometer blend air damDermotor air thermo sensor connectoror harness blend air damper A/C-ECU

MUT-IIDIAGNOSIS CODE l s a n y o l t h e c o d e s1 1 , 1 2 , 1 3 , 1 4 , 2 1 , 2 2 , 3 1 a n d 4 1 o u t p u t ?

INSPECTION CHART FOR DIAGNOSIS CODES (Referro P.55-2.)

Replacethe A/C-ECU.

55.14

- Troubleshooting HEATER, AIR CONDITIONER AND VENTILATION

lnspection procedure 7 Blower does not operate.


lf no air comes out of the blowereven thoughthe blowerswitchis on, the cause is probably a malfunction of the blowermotor relaycircuit.

I Probablecause
I ] I I r o . . Malfunction of Malfunction of Malfunction of Malfunction oi blowermotor relay blowermotor connector or harness A/C-ECtJ

procedure Inspection 14 (Referto P.55-22.) YES V


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Blowermotor relaycheck Blowermotor check

Replace

OK I Measure at the blowermolor relayconnector C-71. . Disconnect the connector, and measureat the harness side connector. (1) Continuity betweenterminal(2) and body earth OK: Continuity (2) Voltagebetween terminal (4) and body earth (lgnition swilch: ON) OK: Batteryvoltage (3) Voltagebetween terminal (1) and body earth OK: Batteryvoltage

Checkthe harness between motorrelayand the body the blower earth, and repair if necessary. Checkthe harness between the blowermotorrelayandthe ignition switch, and repair if necessary. Checkthe harnessbetween the blowermotorrelayand the fusible link No.6,and repairif necessary.

Measureat the blower motor connectorC-31. . Disconnect the connector,and measureat the harness side connector. . Voltagebetween lerminal (1) and body earth (lgnition switch:ON) OK: Batteryvoltage

Checkthe harnessbetweenthe blowermolor and the A/C-ECU. and repair if necessary.

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- Troubleshooting 55-15 AND VENTILATION AIR CONDITIONER HEATER,


Inspection procedure I Blowerair amount cannot be changed.
the cause is lf the blowerdoes not operatein any mode other than Hl setting, system. probably of the powertransistor a malfunction

Probablecause
. o o of powertransistor Malfunction or harness Malfunction of connector Malfunction of A/C-ECU

connector C-18. Measure at the powertransistor . Blowerswitchposttion: LO r Connect the conneclor. (1) Continuity between terminal(1) and body earth OK: Continuity (2) Voltage betweenterminal(2) and body eanh (lgnition s w i t c hO : N) OK: Balteryvoltage- 2 V (3) Voltage terminal(4) and body earth (lgnition between switch:ON) O K : A p p r o x .1 . 3V

I c-18

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Repair

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ING

Check the harnessbetweenthe power transistorand the body earth, and repairif necessary. (2) NG
(3) NG

Checkthe harnessbetweenthe powertransislorand the blower motor,and repair if necessary.

Measureat the A/C-ECUconnectorC-97. o Blowerswitch position:LO . Connectthe connector. (1) Voltagebetweenterminal(1) and body earth (lgnition switch:ON) OK: Approx. 7 V (2) Voltagebelween terminal(2) and body earth (lgnition switch:ON) OK: Approx.1.3 V

NG

Check the trouble svmptom. lNG Y

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RePair

lnspection procedure 9 Air outlet port cannot be changed.


of the air outlet port changeoversignal The cause is probablya malfunclion input system or output system.The MUT-ll can be used to check the diagnosis codes in order to check the cause of the problemfor each separalesystem.

Probablecause
o of mode selectiondamper Malfunction ootentiometer . Malfunction ol mode selectiondamper motor . Malfunction of mode selectiondamper o Malfunction of connectoror harness . Malfunction of A/C-ECU

CODE MUT-IIDIAGNOSIS ls either code 32 or code 42 output?

(Referto P.55-2.) FORDIAGNOSIS CODES INSPECTION CHART

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OK V Reolace the A/C-ECU.

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55.16 HEATER, AIR coNDITIoNER - Troubleshooting AND VENTILATIoN


Inspection procedure 10 lnside/outsideair selection is not possible.
lf inside/outside air seleclion is not possible even when the inside/outside air changeover switchis on, lhe cause is probabry a marfunction of the air serection
a a a a

Malfunction of Malfunction of Malfunction of Malfunction of

air selectiondamper motor air selection damoer connectoror narness A/C-ECU

procedure 14 (Referto p.5S-22.) I lnspection V ' Air selection dampermotor check

V at the air selection dampermotorconnector C-20 o Disconnecl the connector, and measureat the harness srde connector. o Outside air select button: ON . betweenterminat(1) and body earth YgLtage OK: 10 V . Inside air select button: ON . betweenterminal(2) and body earth YgLtage OK: 10 V

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Replace

Check the foltowing connector:

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Repair Checkthe troublesymptom.

Checkthe harnessbetweenthe air selection damper motorand the A/C-ECU,and repair if necessarv.

Check the trouble symptom.

Replacethe A/C-ECU

.v^r^ oa nm o e l A i rs e l e c t id crh e c k
the A/C-ECU. I Replace

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- Troubleshooting55'17 HEATER,AIR CONDTTIONER AND VENTILATION


Inspection procedure 11 Defrosterfunction does not operate. I Probablecause
air conditioner drive svstem mode selectiondamper drive connecloror harness A/C-ECL lf the defrosterfunctiondoes not operatewhen the defrosterswitch is turned on, I e Malfunction of of the A/C or oi the air outlet port of the cause is probablya malfunction I o Malfunction system changeover circuit. i o Maliunction of o Malfunction of *o lc1ni" switchis op"*ting soundbe heardwhen the defroster -l Inspecrion procedure 14 (Referlo P.55-22.) I

{ves
uoes tne A'ru o'eralet ir=, over? Can the air outletport be changed --

No
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procedure Inspection 2 (Reterto P.55-12.)

procedure Inspection 9 (Referto P55-15.)

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55.18

- Troubleshooting HEATER,AIR CONDITIONER AND VENTILATION

Inspectionprocedure 12 Radiatorfan motor does not operate. Probablecause


Malfunction of radiatorfan molor Malfunction of radiator fan motor relay (LO, Hl) Malfunction of connector or harness lf the radiator fan does not operateeven thoughthe air conditioner is operating, o the cause is probably a malfunction of the radiator fan motoroperating circuit. In o such a case,the coolingperformance will drop when the vehicleis not moving o r^. Radiator fan motorcheck i OK t Radiator fan motor relay (LO. Hl) check NG Replace
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F-+

Replace

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Check the following connectors: A-04X,C-24, C-21 . C-44 <L.H. drive vehicles> A-04X,A-80, C-44 <R.H. drive vehicles>

Measure at the radjator fan motor relay (LO) A-04X . Disconnect lhe connector, and measure at the harness side connector. (1) Continuity (3) and C-44conneclor between terminal terminal (40) OK: Continuity (2) Voltagebetweenterminal (1) and body earth OK: Batteryvoltage (3) Continuitybetweenterminal (5) and 4-66 terminal (4) OK: Continuity

Checkthe troublesymptom,

Check the harnessbetweenthe radiatorfan motor and enoine conlrol unit, and repair if necessary.

Check the following connectors: A-04X. C-66. C-78

Checkthe harnessbetween the radiator fan motorrelay(LO)and ignitionswitch, and if necessary.

V Checkthe harnessbetween the radiator fan motorrelav(LO)and fusible link 5. and repair if necessary.

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Checkthe harnessbelweenthe radiator fan motorrelay(LO)and radiatorfan motor,and repair if necessary.

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- Troubleshooting 55-19 AND VENTILATION AtR CONDTTTONER HEATER,

Measureat the radiatorfan motor relay (Hl) A-O7X side at the harness and measure . Disconnect the connector, connector. termlnal (3) and C-44connector terminal (1) Continuity belween (3e) OK: Continuity (2) Voltagebetweenterminal (.1 ) and body earth OK: Batteryvoltage betweenterminal(5) and 4-66 terminal(4) (3) Continuity

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I controlunit, and repairif necessary.


I

@ c-78 c-66, I n-ozx,


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fan motorrelay(Hl) and Checkthe harnessbetweenthe radiator ignitionswitch, and repair if necessary.

Repair

{an molor relay(Hl) and Checkthe harnessbetweenthe radiator fusible link 5, and repair if necessary. Check the following connector: A-07X

Measureat the radiatorfan motor 4-66 and measureat the harnessside' o Disconnect the connector, Voltagebetween terminal (2) and body earth

fan motorrelay(Hl) and Checkthe harnessbetweenthe radiator radiatorfan motor,and repair if necessary.

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55-20 HEATER, - Troubleshooting AtR coNDtnoNER AND vENTtLATtoN


Inspection procedure 13 Condenserfan motor does not operate
lf the condenserfan does not operate even though the air conditioneris operating, the cause is probably a malfunction of the condenser fan motor operating circuit.In such a case,the coolingperformance will drop when the vehicleis nol moving.

Probablecause
. . . . Maliunction of condenserfan motor Malfunction of condenser fan molor relay (LO, Hl) Dedicated fuse No. 5 blown Malfunction of connector or harness

fan motor (Refer check to P.55-29) I Condenser loK v fan motor relay-(LO, Hl) check I Condenser loK

f-::+ n.tc ]-+

Replace Reptace

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Measure al the condenser fan motor relay (LO) A-47X . Disconnect the conneclor, and measure at the harness sroe connector (1) Continuity (3) and C-98 conneclor between terminal terminal (34) OK: Continuity (2) Voltagebetweenterminal (5) and body earth OK: Batteryvoltage (3) Continuilybetweenterminal(4) and A-59 terminal (2) OK: Continuitv

Checkthe harnessbetween the condenser fan motor relay (LO) and A/C-ECU,and repair if necessarv.

Check the following connectors: A-47X, A-50

Checkthe harnessbetween the condenser fan motor relay (LO) and fusible link 5, and repair if necessary.

Check the following connectors: A-47X, A-59 Check the harnessbetweenthe condenserfan motor (LO) and condenserfan motor,and repair if necessary. Measureat the condenserfan motor A-59 . Disconnect the connector, and measureat the harnessside Voltagebetweenlerminal (2) and body earth OK: Batteryvoltage V Continuedon next page

Check the following connector: A-59

iox
NG Y Checkthe harnessbetweenthe condenser fan motor and. earth wtre.

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- Troubleshooting HEATER, AIR CONDITIONER AND VENTILATION 55-21

Measure at the condenser fan motor relay (Hl) A-44X r Disconnect lhe connector, and measureat the harness side connector. (1) Continuity (3) and C-44 connector between terminal terminal (3e) OK: Continuity (2) Voltage between terminal(1) and body earth OK: Batteryvoltage (3) Voltagebetweenterminal (5) and body earth ery voltage OK

[bh""k tt* f"il.*i"g *"*"t.rt I A-44X,A-50,C-24, C-21 , C-44 <L.H. drivevehictes>

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Checkthe troublesymptom

I Repair

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Checkthe harnessbetween the condenser fan motorrelav(Hl) and Enginecontrolunit, and repairif necessary.

Check the following connectors: A-44X.A-50. C-66. C-78 NG

Checkthe troublesymptom.

Checkthe harnessbetweenthe condenserfan motor relay (Hl) and ignitionswitch, and repair if necessary.

Check the following connectors: A-44X, A-50 NG

Check the trouble symptom.

Check the harnessbetweenthe condenserfan motor relay (Hl) and fusible link 5, and repair if necessary.

Measure at thecondenser fan motorA-59(engine coolant temperature above 105'C) . Disconnect the connector, and measureat the harnessside. Voltagebetweenterminal (1) and body earth OK: Batteryvoltage

Check the lollowing connector: A-59

Checkthe harnessbetweenthe condenser fan motor and. earth wire.

55.22 HEATER" AIR coNDITIoNER AND VENTILATION - Troubleshooting


procedure Inspection 14
power supply circuit check A/C-ECU
Measure at the A/C-ECUconnector C-97. . Disconnect the connector, and measureal the harness side connector. . Vollage betweenterminal(3) and body earth OK: Batteryvoltage Checkthe troublesymptom

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Repair

Measureat the fuC-ECUconnector C-98. o Disconnecl the connector, and measureat the harness side connector. . Voltagebetweenterminal(28) and body earth (lgnition switch:ON) OK: Batteryvoltage

Check the following connectors: c-79, C-78

Measureat the A"/C-ECU conneclorC-98. . Disconnect the connector, and measureal the harness side connector. . Continuitybetween terminal 127)and body earth OK: Continuity . Continuitybetweenterminal(35) and body earth OK: Continuity

Check the harnessbetweenthe A/C-ECUand the bodv earth. and repair if necessary.

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- Troubleshooting 55-23 AND VENTILATION AIR CONDITIONER HEATER,


Inspectionprocedure 15 A/C compressorcontrol circuit check
C-98. Measure at the A/C-ECUconnector . Blowerswitch and A,/Cswitch: ON o Setting 17'C temperature: . Conneclthe conneclor. . Voltage terminal(34) and body earth (lgnilion between switch: ON) voltage OK: Battery Check the following connector: c-98 V Repair

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A-46X. clutchrelayconnector Measure at the magnetic . Blowerswitch and A/C switch: ON r Disconnect the connector,and measureat the harness side connector. . Voltagebetweenlerminal (3) and body earth OK: Batteryvoltage Check the following connectors: A-50. C-O'l . C-98

Measureat the engine-ECUconnectorC-43 . Disconnect and measureat the harness the connector, side connector. <Vehicles with immobilizer system> . Voltagebetweenterminal(22) and body earth system> <Vehicles withoutimmobilizer . Voltagebetweenterminal (8) and body eanh OK: Batteryvoltage

Check the lollowing connectors: A-80. A-50. A-46X

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Check the harnessbetweenthe magneticclutch relay and the and repair if necessary. engine-EOU,

55.24 HEATER, - Troubleshooting AIR coNDITIoNER AND VENTILATIoN


DATA LIST REFERENCE TABLE
ItemNo.
11

Checkitem Interior temperaIUTESENSOT

Checkcondition lgnition switch: ON

Normalcondition Insideair temperature and temperature displayed on the MUT-ll are identical. Heatercoresurface temperature and temperaturedisplayedon the MUT-ll are identical. Evaporator surfacetemperature and temperature displayed on the MUT-llare identical. Amount of incident light is proportional to voltagedisplayed on the MUT-Il. Damperposition MAX.HOT MAX.COOL Opening degree(%) Approx.100 Approx. 0 Opening degree(%) Approx.0 Approx.50 Approx.75 Approx. 100

15

Engine coolant temperature sensor Air thermo sensor

lgnition switch: ON

21

lgnition switch: ON

25

Photosensor

lgnition switch: ON

31

Blendair damper motorpotentiometer

lgnition switch: ON

32

Modeselection lgnition switch: ON damperpotentiometer

position Damper FACE FOOT FOOT/DEF. DEF.

CHECK AT THE A/C-ECUTERMINALS

20POO31

20POO30 00006895

Terminal No. 1

Checkitem powertransistor Air conditioner collector

Check condition Whenblowerswitchis at OFF Whenblowerswitchis at LO Whenblowerswitchis at Hl

Normalcondition Systemvoltage Approx.9 V Almostno voltage (0 V) OV Approx. 1.3V Approx. 2.5 V Systemvoltage

Air conditioning powertransistor base Whenblowerswitchis at OFF Whenblowerswitchis at LO Whenblowerswitchis at Hl

A/C-ECU backuppowersupply

At alltimes

- Troubleshooting HEATER, AIR CONDITIONER AND VENTILATION 55-25


Terminal No.
4

Checkitem

Checkcondition

Normalcondition 2 . 3- 2 . 9V

Engine coolant temperature sensor When sensorsectiontemoerature is inout 25'C (4 kQ)

potentiometerWhendamoer Blend airdamper motor is moved to MAX.HOT 4 . 7- 5 . 0V rnpur oosition


o

potentiometer When damper is moved to DEF. 4 . 8- 5 . 2V Modeselection damper position inout Air inletsensor inout Air thermo sensor inout Photosensor(-) When sensorsectiontemoerature is 25'C (4 kf2) When sensorsectiontemoerature is 25'C (4 kO) At luminous intensity of 100,000 luxor more At luminous intensity of 0 lux 2 . 3- 2 . 9V 2 . 3- 2 . 9V

8
I

- 0 . 1- 0 . 2v
OV 4 . 8- 5 . 2 V 2 . 3- 2 . 9V 0 V <-> Systemvoltage Batteryvoltage-2V OV OV

10 15 17 18 19 20 21

Sensorpowersupply Interior temperature sensor Diagnosis dateoutput Diagnosis controlinput Photosensor(+)

At alltimes When sensorsectiontemperature is 25'C (4 kfi) Whenignition switchis ON Whenionition switchis ON At alltimes

Blend air damper motor and mode A t a l l t i m e s selection damperpotentiometers Modeselection dampermotor(+) Set to FACE position (OFF atter 4O seconds of output) Set to DEF. position(OFF after 40 secondsof output)

10v 0 . 5v 10v

22

Blendair dampermotor(-)

Set the settingtemperature to 17'C (OFF and set to MAX.COOLposition after40 seconds of output)

Set the settingtemperature to 32"C 0 . 5v and set to MAX. HOT position(OFF after40 secondsof output) 23 Air selection dampermotor(-) (OFFafter40 Setto inside air position seconds of output)

0 . 5v

(OFF after 1 0 v Set to outsideair position 40 seconds of output)


z4

Modeselection dampermotor(-)

Set to FACE position(OFF after 40 seconds of output) Set to DEF. position(OFF after 40 seconds of output)

0 . 5v 10v

55. 2 6
Terminal No.
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H E A T ER , A IR C ON D IT ION ERAND VENTILATION- TTOUbICShOOtiN g


Checkitem Blendair damper motor(+) Checkcondition Normalcondition

t4

Set the settingtemperature to 17'C 0 . 5v (OFF and set to MAX.COOLposition after40 seconds of output) Set the settingtemperature to 32'C and set to MAX. HOT position(OFF after40 seconds of output)

10v

26

Air selection damper motor(+)

(OFFafter Setto inside airposition 40 seconds of output)

10v

(OFFafter 0 . 5v Set to outside air position 40 seconds of output) 27 28 29 Earth powersupply A/C-ECU ILL earth(rheostat) ILL powersupply Engine-ECU output At alltimes When ignition switchis ON At alltimes When lighting switchis at ON Continuity Systemvoltage Continuity Systemvoltage

30
33

When air mix damper is at MAX. O V COOLposition Whenair mix damperis at MAX.HOT position Systemvoltage OV System voltage Continuity

34

A/C output

WhenA/C is OFF WhenA/C is ON

35

Earth

At alltimes

HEATER, AIR CONDITIONER AND VENTILATION

Air ConditionerControl Panel and ECU Assembly

55-27

AIR CONDITIONER CONTROL PANELAND ECU ASSEMBLY


REMOVALAND INSTALLATION
Pre-removal and Post-installation Operation o FloorConsoleRemovaland Installation CAUTION:SRS When installing or removing the ftoor console, don't allow any impact or shock to the SRS-ECU.

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Removal steps 1. Centerair outlet assembly 2. Air conditioning controlpanel and ECU assembly NOTE For servicepoint, refer to Basic Manual.

55-28

HEATER. AIR CONDITIONER - Damper Control Motor Assembly AND VENTILATION

DAMPER CONTROL MOTOR ASSEMBLY


REMOVALAND INSTALLATION
CAUTION:SBS When installing or removing the floor console, don'l allow any impact or shock to the SRS-ECU.

10

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Air selection damper motor assembly removal steps 1. Stopper 2. Glove box outer case 3. Air selection damper motor assemblv Blend air damper motor assembly removal steps 4. Floor console NOTE For seruice point, refer to Basic Manual.

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5. Centeroutlet assembly 6. Air conditioning controlpanel and ECU assembly 7. Blend air damper motor assembly Mode selection damper motor assembly removal steps 8. Knee protector 9. Side consolecover 10. Shower duct and lap cooler duct 11. Mode selectiondamper motor assembly

INSPECTION
Referto Basic Manual.

HEATER, AIR CONDITIONER AND VENTILATION

Compressor/ Condenserand CondenserFan Motor

55-29

ffir ILiJI
220H0033

COMPRESSOR
INSPECTION
THERMOSTAT CHECK AND COMPRESSOR'S MAGNETIC CLUTCHOPERATION CHECK ( 1 ) D i p t h e t h e r m o s t ai t n e n g i n eo i l . (2) Checkfor continuity acrossterminals (3) and compressor body earth when the engineoil is heated: Standard value: Continuity at approx. 110'C or less at A point No continuityat approx. 155'C or more at B point (3) While the thermostat is on, connectterminal(1) at the compressor side to the positive(+) terminal of the battery and earth the negative(-) terminalof the batteryto the compressor. The conditionof the compressor's magneticclutch can be considered satisfactory if the operation sound(a "click" sound) of the magneticclutch can be heard when this check is made.

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000071 34

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REVOLUTION PICK UP SENSORCHECK Measurethe resistance betweenterminals(1) and (2) of the connector. Normal resistance: 405 t 35 O when ambient temperature is 20.C lf the measurement deviates greatly from the above resistance, replacethe revolution pick up sensor assembly.

CONDENSER AND CONDENSER FAN MOTOR


INSPECTION
CONDENSER FAN MOTOR CHECK (1) Apply batteryvoltage(+) to terminat (1) and ground(-) terminal(3); at this time, check that the condenser fan motor turns. (2) Apply batteryvoltage(+) to terminal(2) and ground (-) terminal(3); at this time, check that the condenser fan motor turns.

A 20FO187

RJST706022-040

Pub. No.PWUE9I l9-G


Pub. No. PWUEg203-5

ENGLISH EUROPE ANDEXPORT

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Jun. 1997 Printed in Japan