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INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION
HOW TO READ WIRING DIAGRAM
CAUTION
+ PRECAUTIONS FOR HANDLING ELECTRICAL UNITS
+ Before servicing or repairing electrical parts, be sure the
ground cable and body grounding connection are disconnected. The ignition switch should be turned off.

The electric wiring diagrams contained within this service manual


use abbreviations, symbols, and numbers. This chapter explains
their meanings and how to read the wiring diagrams.

ABBREVIATION
The parts abbreviation indicates the name, location and condition
of each part, such as a switch, meter, or light.
ON

Switch on

OFF

Switch off

ACC

Accessory

ST

Start

RH

Right hand

LH

Left hand

AOH

Air over hydraulic brake

W/L

Warning light

I/L

Indicator light

MAIN H.

Main harness

CHASSIS H.

Chassis harness

ENGINE H.

Engine heater harness

TAIL H.

Tail harness

FLOOR UPPER H.

Floor upper harness

FLOOR H.

Floor harness

BODY SIDE H.

Body side harness

DOOR H.

Door harness

EXH

Exhaust

IGN

Ignition

M/V

Magnetic valve

SW

Switch

BATT

Battery

SMJ

Super multiple junction

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INTRODUCTION

CIRCUIT CONNECTION
A circuit connection is indicated by lines showing the electric wires
connecting the electrical devices.

Wire size and color code


As shown below, the number indicates the size of the wire (nominal
sectional area of the conductor, mm2), and the letter at the end of
each number indicates the color of the covering.

CEL7058A

Wire color code and symbol


The color of a wire covering is indicated by an alphabetical symbol.
There are two types of wire colors; one is of a unicolor, the other of
a ground unicolor with an identifying stripe color.

CEL7059A

CEL7060A

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The alphabetical symbols are as follows.


Alphabetical symbol

Color

Mainly-used locations
(Circuit name)

White

Power supply

Black

Grounding

Red

Lighting

Yellow

Meter

Green

Signal

Blue

Window wiper

BR

Brown

LG

Light green

GY

Gray

With marking (stripe)


Example
Alphabetical symbol

Ground color

Stripe color

W/B

White

Black

B/R

Black

Red

L/G

Blue

Green

G/W

Green

White

BR/Y

Brown

Yellow

LG/R

Light green

Red

Indication of wire joint


When another wire is connected to a wire on the route, the joint
position is indicated in the wiring circuit by a black dot and the wire
joined thereto by an arrow, as shown in the figure.

CEL6004A

Indication of joint to same terminal


The figure below indicates that a terminal connecting to a unit is
also used to connect the wire leading to another unit.

CEL6005A

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INTRODUCTION

Indication of joint between connectors


A single lead or wire is indicated by a connector at the joint in wiring
diagrams.
Multiple leads or wires are indicated by terminals of a connector at
the joints. The connector style is separately indicated near the
joints to identify the terminals.

CEL6006A

Indication of joint between unit and connector


(When unit is provided with terminals)
When leads emerge directly from a unit or when a unit is provided
with a terminal connector, the terminal numbers corresponding to
the leads are indicated by the 1st connector counting from the unit
as shown in the figure.

CEL7061A

Indication of ground and battery


The ground (GND) symbol is indicated only when a unit or
component is directly grounded to body metal (GND) without using
a lead. A combination of the ground and connector symbols are
indicated for a unit or component which is grounded using a lead.

CEL7062A

Two types of batteries that are used are as shown in the figure.

CEL6008B

Diode check
Check continuity using an ohmmeter.
Diode is functioning properly if test results are as shown in the
figure at left.
Specifications may vary depending on the type of tester.
Before performing this inspection, be sure to refer to the
instruction manual of the tester to be used.

CEL6122K

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Indication of switch
The switches are illustrated as in the normal state. The switch which is off in the normal state is called a normal
open switch, and that which is on in the normal state is called a normal close switch.

CEL6-009

NOTE
+ The circuit makes when the normal open switch is operated and it breaks when the normal close switch is operated.

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INTRODUCTION

Indication of relay
The relays use normal open relays. As shown in the figure, the
normal open relay makes when it is operated. The relay that breaks
when it is operated is called a normal closed relay.
Similar to conventional switches, relays are shown in the OFF
state in wiring diagrams.

CEL6010A

Circuit operation chart


All wiring diagrams show the relays in a break state in which
current does not flow through the electrical components.
With the exception of the above, relays which switch from one
position to another, such as multi-position switches, are shown in
the circuit operation chart to clearly indicate the relationship of the
connections.

CEL6011D

CEL6011E

ILLUSTRATION OF CONNECTORS
Connectors shown in wiring diagrams are represented in accordance with a specified standard. From the connector symbol, the
number, style, type (female or male), etc. of connectors can be
clearly identified to facilitate identification with those in actual
vehicles.

Example 1
a. The connector symbol is divided into six sections which indicates a 6-pole connector.
b. The black rectangular section (Shown at the top of the connector symbol) indicates a male connector.
c. Both sides of the connector symbol are rounded to indicate a
W type connector.

CEL6012B

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INTRODUCTION

Example 2
a. The connector symbol is divided into 8 square sections which
indicates an 8-pole connector.
b. The white rectangular section at the top of the connector
symbol indicates a female connector.
c. The four corners of the connector symbol are 90 so the symbol
indicates an M type connector.

CEL6012C

HOW TO TRACE CONNECTIONS


When tracing a connection between two connections, match them
with connector guide placed on the other guide (as if you were
closing a book). The squares facing each other in this condition are
the corresponding terminals. It is wrong to trace in parallel.
NOTE
+ The connector guide is the positioning convex part of the
connector.

How to trace SMJ connections


The SMJ connector is designed so that each terminal position is
indicated by an alphanumerical address.
Since only the address is indicated in wiring diagrams, the SMJ
connector chart should also be used as a guide in determining a
terminal position on the SMJ connector side.
The terminals of the SMJ connector can be traced in a manner
similar to a conventional connector.
CEL7063A

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INTRODUCTION

How to trace respective system power supply


In each wiring diagram, power supplies located upstream of the applicable fuses are abbreviated as shown in
Figures EL-13-2 & EL-13-4.
To trace a power supply, the leading wiring diagrams (pages EL-13-1 to EL-13-4) should be referred to first and
the required power supply can be traced back from the applicable fuse.

ZEL340A

EL-1-8

ILLUSTRATION OF CONNECTORS

ILLUSTRATION OF CONNECTORS
CONNECTORS
The symbol of a connector in the wiring diagram indicates the number of poles, type, and male or female shape
of the terminal from which the connector of an electrical device can be checked.

ZEL341A

EL-2-1

ILLUSTRATION OF CONNECTORS

RELAY

CEL6-017

EL-2-3

BATTERY AND CIRCUIT PROTECTOR

BATTERY AND CIRCUIT PROTECTOR


BATTERY
Item
Type

Rated
voltage
[V]

5-hour
20-hour rate
ampere rate
capacity
[AH]
[AH]

Charging
current
[A]

115E41R
(NS120)

12

88

110

11

115E41R-MF
(NS120)

12

88

110

11

115F51
(N120)

12

96

120

12

115F51-MF
(N120)

12

96

120

12

115F51-HB
(N120)

12

96

120

12

145F51
(NS150)

12

112

140

14

145F51-MF
(NS150)

12

112

140

14

145G51
(N150)

12

120

150

15

145G51-MF
(N150)

12

120

150

15

195G51
(NX300-15)

12

140

170

17

NOTE
+ The type is the nominal designation in accordance with
JASO standards.
+ The above battery performance is based on an electrolyte
specific gravity of 1.280 [20C (68F)].
CAUTION
PRECAUTIONS FOR HANDLING ELECTRICAL UNITS
+ Before servicing the electrical units, be sure to disconnect
the negative () cable from the battery to ensure safety.
+ Be sure to turn the key switch to OFF before disconnecting the negative () cable from the battery.
+ If any of the electrical systems and wiring are changed or
modified arbitrarily, there is the possibility of vehicle
trouble as well as fire due to an overloaded circuit or short
circuit.

EL-3-1

BATTERY AND CIRCUIT PROTECTOR

Inspection
1. Check the electrolyte level.
The battery electrolyte should be maintained between the
upper and lower levels on the case. If low, add distilled water to
the specified level and charge the battery for at least 30
minutes.

CT-019E

2. Using a gravimeter, measure the specific gravity of the electrolyte in each cell.
Maintenance standard
[Electrolyte temperature at 20C (68F)]
1.200 - 1.290
NOTE
+ Read the indication at the upper end of the electrolyte
surface.
+ The measured specific gravity of the electrolyte must be
corrected to the 20C (68F) standard.
S20 = St + 0.0007 (t 20)
Where,
S20: Specific gravity of electrolyte at standard temperature 20C (68F)
St: Specific gravity measured at tC
t:
Temperature of measured electrolyte (C)

CEL1043A

CEL1044C

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BATTERY AND CIRCUIT PROTECTOR

WARNING
+ Be careful not to spill battery electrolyte on any part of
your body, clothes or finished surfaces of parts.
+ Do not touch your eyes with dirty hands. After handling
battery electrolyte, wash your hands thoroughly under
running water.
+ If electrolyte should come into contact with your eyes,
rinse the eyes for at least fifteen minutes and immediately see a doctor.
3. Check that the battery and battery terminals are free from
corrosion and dirt.

Charging the battery


1. Charge the battery with a charger while measuring the specific
gravity of the electrolyte every 30 minutes. Charge until the
specific gravity reads between 1.25 and 1.29 for 3 consecutive
readings and all cells reach a voltage of 2.5 to 2.7 volts.
NOTE
+ Charging should be done in a well ventilated area free from
fire.
+ Be careful not to allow the temperature of the electrolyte to
go over 45C (113F).
+ If the electrolyte level lowers during charging, add distilled
water.

CEL1045A

2. When distilled water is added to the battery due to low


electrolyte, always charge the battery according to step 1
above.

FUSE
Inspection
1. Visually inspect each fuse.
2. If any fuse is cracked or blown, trace the cause, repair the
trouble, and then replace the fuse.
NOTE
+ Always use a fuse of the specified capacity.
CEL5003A

EL-3-3

BATTERY AND CIRCUIT PROTECTOR

- MEMO -

EL-3-5

HARNESS LAYOUT

HARNESS LAYOUT
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
The schematic diagram illustrates how each harness (main harness, chassis harness, floor harness, floor upper
harness, body side harness, etc.) is wired on the actual vehicle. Depending on the vehicle model, however, the
arrangements of the wires and units may sometimes be different, so the respective schematic diagrams must
be carefully checked to see if they coincide with the arrangements in the actual vehicle.

ZEL382A

EL-4-1

M-1
M-2
M-3
M-5
M-6
M-8
M-9
M-10
M-11
M-12
M-13
M-14
M-15
M-16
M-17
M-18
M-19
M-20
M-21
M-22
M-23
M-24
M-25
M-26
M-27
M-29
M-30
M-31
M-32
M-33
M-34
M-35
M-36
M-37
M-38
M-39
M-40

Chassis harness (C-1)


Chassis harness (C-2)
Engine harness (E-1)
Cab front harness (CF-1)
Cab front harness (CF-2)
Diode
Wiper motor
Door harness LH (DL-2)
Door harness LH (DL-1)
Frame earth
Water level & overheat buzzer
Fuse block
Headlight relay No. 1
Headlight relay No. 2
Accessory relay
Tail light relay
Hazard unit
Air dryer sensor
Intake actuator
Blower motor
Resistor
Thermo amplifier
Air heater timer
Intermittent wiper relay
Stop light relay
Anti-jackknife relay
Transmission PTO relay
Transmission relay No. 3 or headlight relay
Horn relay or transmission relay No. 2
Air conditioner relay
Condenser fan relay
Radio
Controller
Air conditioner harness
Transmission PTO switch
Third differential lock switch
Cigarette lighter

M-41
M-42
M-43
M-44
M-45
M-46
M-47
M-48
M-49
M-50
M-51
M-52
M-53
M-54
M-55
M-56
M-57
M-58
M-59
M-60
M-61
M-62
M-63
M-64
M-65
M-66
M-67
M-68
M-69
M-70
M-74
M-75
M-77
M-81
M-82
M-89

Cigarette lighter
Spare connector
Spare connector
Rotary beacon switch
Anti-jackknife switch
Horn select switch
Exhaust temperature gauge
Junction block
Tachograph harness
Floor upper harness (U-1)
Clutch switch
Clutch switch
Meter cluster (Green)
Meter cluster (Brown)
Meter cluster (White)
Meter cluster (Black)
Meter cluster (Blue)
Overspeed warning light
Combination switch
Starter switch
Search light switch
Fog light switch
Accelerator switch
Low air buzzer
Frame earth
Door harness RH (DR-2)
Door harness RH (DR-1)
Body side harness (B-1)
Exhaust temperature buzzer
Speed limit control unit
12-speed transmission control unit
Transmission relay No. 3
Diode
Timer relay
Air conditioner cut relay
Diode

HARNESS LAYOUT

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M-1
M-2
M-3
M-4
M-5
M-8
M-9
M-10
M-11
M-12
M-13
M-14
M-15
M-16
M-17
M-18
M-19
M-20
M-21
M-22
M-23
M-24
M-26
M-27
M-30
M-33
M-34
M-36
M-37

Chassis harness (C-1)


Chassis harness (C-2)
Engine harness (E-1)
Engine harness (E-29)
Cab front harness (CF-1)
Diode
wiper motor
Door harness LH (DL-2)
Door harness LH (DL-1)
Frame earth
Water level & overheat buzzer
Fuse block
Headlight relay No. 1
Headlight relay No. 2
Accessory relay
Tail light relay
Hazard unit
Air dryer sensor
Intake actuator
Blower motor
Resistor
Thermo amplifier
Intermittent wiper relay
Stop light relay
Transmission PTO relay
Air conditioner relay
Condenser fan relay
Controller
Air conditioner harness

M-38
M-39
M-40
M-41
M-42
M-43
M-44
M-46
M-49
M-50
M-51
M-52
M-53
M-54
M-55
M-56
M-57
M-59
M-60
M-61
M-62
M-63
M-64
M-65
M-66
M-67
M-68
M-71
M-72

Transmission PTO switch


Third differential lock switch
Cigarette lighter
Cigarette lighter
Spare connector
Spare connector
Rotary beacon switch
Horn select switch
Tachograph harness
Floor upper harness (U-1)
Clutch switch
Clutch switch
Meter cluster (Green)
Meter cluster (Brown)
Meter cluster (White)
Meter cluster (Black)
Meter cluster (Blue)
Combination switch
Starter switch
Search light switch
Fog light switch
Accelerator switch
Low air buzzer
Frame earth
Door harness RH (DR-2)
Door harness RH (DR-1)
Body side harness (B-1)
Spring brake switch No. 2
Receptacle

HARNESS LAYOUT

EL-4-7

C-1
C-2
C-3
C-4
C-5
C-6
C-7
C-8
C-9
C-10
C-11
C-12
C-13
C-14
C-15
C-16
C-17
C-19
C-20
C-21
C-22
C-23
C-24
C-25
C-26
C-27
C-28
C-29
C-30
C-31
C-32
C-33
C-35
C-36

Main harness (M-1)


Main harness (M-2)
Engine harness (E-3)
Engine harness (E-2)
Dual switch
Condenser fan motor
Cab earth
Frame earth
Fog light harness
Tilt stopper switch
Cylinder stroke switch
Tilt buzzer
T/M neutral switch
Sub harness (T/M PTO pilot light switch)
Back-up light switch
Fuel tank unit
Frame earth
Sub harness (Air pressure switch)
Coupler switch (For tractor)
Battery relay
Battery relay
Fusible link
Fusible link
T/M PTO magnetic valve
Exhaust brake magnetic valve
Water level switch
Sub harness (Starter relay)
Sub harness (Tilt relay)
Sub harness (Tilt relay)
Tilt motor
Tilt motor
Tilt switch
Frame earth
Frame earth

C-37
C-38
C-39
C-40
C-41
C-42
C-43
C-44
C-45
C-46
C-47
C-48
C-49
C-50
C-51
C-52
C-53
C-54
C-55
C-56
C-57
C-58
C-59
C-64
C-65
T-1
T-2
T-3
T-4
T-5
T-6
T-7
T-8

Third differential lock magnetic valve


Tail harness (T-1)
Sub harness (For tractor)
Sub harness (For tractor)
Frame earth (For tractor)
Rear combination light (LH) (For tractor)
License plate light (For tractor)
Back buzzer (For tractor)
Rear combination light (RH) (For tractor)
Back-up light (For tractor)
Air pressure switch
T/M High switch
T/M Low switch
T/M High magnetic valve
T/M Low magnetic valve
Spring brake switch
Electric horn (horn high)
Electric horn (horn low)
T/M select switch (For 12-speed T/M)
SPL high magnetic valve (For 12-speed T/M)
SPL low magnetic valve (For 12-speed T/M)
Range high magnetic valve (For 12-speed T/M)
Range low magnetic valve (For 12-speed T/M)
Speed sensor
Actuator
Chassis harness (C-38)
Frame earth
Rear combination light (RH)
Rear combination light (LH)
License plate light
Back-up light
Back buzzer
Chassis harness (C-64) (Except for tractor)

HARNESS LAYOUT

EL-4-9

C-1
C-2
C-3
C-4
C-5
C-6
C-7
C-8
C-10
C-11
C-12
C-13
C-14
C-15
C-16
C-17
C-18
C-19
C-20
C-21
C-22
C-23
C-24
C-25
C-26
C-27
C-28
C-29
C-30

Main harness (M-1)


Main harness (M-2)
Engine harness (E-3)
Engine harness (E-2)
Dual switch
Condenser fan motor
Cab earth
Frame earth
Tilt stopper switch
Cylinder stroke switch
Tilt buzzer
T/M neutral switch
Sub harness (T/M PTO pilot light switch)
Back-up light switch
Fuel tank unit
Frame earth
Air dryer
Sub harness (Air pressure switch)
Coupler switch (For tractor)
Battery relay
Battery relay
Fusible link
Fusible link
T/M PTO magnetic valve
Exhaust brake magnetic valve
Water level switch
Sub harness (Starter relay)
Sub harness (Tilt relay)
Sub harness (Tilt relay)

C-31
C-32
C-33
C-34
C-35
C-36
C-37
C-38
C-39
C-40
C-41
C-42
C-43
C-44
C-45
C-46
C-48
C-49
C-50
C-53
C-54
T-1
T-2
T-3
T-4
T-5
T-6
T-7

Tilt motor
Tilt motor
Tilt switch
Spare
Frame earth
Frame earth
Third differential lock magnetic valve
Tail harness (T-1)
Sub harness (Stop light switch)
Jumper cable
Frame earth
Rear combination light (LH) (For tractor)
License plate light (For tractor)
Back buzzer (For tractor)
Rear combination light (RH) (For tractor)
Back-up light (For tractor)
Brake fluid level switch (For tractor)
Air booster stroke switch No. 1 (For tractor)
Air booster stroke switch No. 2 (For tractor)
Electric horn (horn high)
Electric horn (horn low)
Chassis harness (C-38)
Frame earth
Rear combination light (RH)
Rear combination light (LH)
License plate light
Back-up light
Back buzzer

HARNESS LAYOUT

EL-4-11

LOCATION OF ELECTRICAL UNIT

RELAY (CAB SIDE)


RHD model

ZEL380A

EL-5-3

LOCATION OF ELECTRICAL UNIT

SUPER MULTIPLE JUNCTION (SMJ)


Connector mounting bolt
: 3 - 5 Nm {0.3 - 0.5 kgfzm, 2.2 - 3.6 ftzlbf}

CEL6028A

CEL6028B

FUSE

ZEL356A

FUSIBLE LINK

ZEL357A

EL-5-7

EARTH POINT

EARTH POINT
CHASSIS SIDE
CDzCW series

CEL6031A

EL-6-1

STARTING SYSTEM

ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE SENSOR


Specifications
Temperature range

40 to 120C (40 to 248F)

Rated resistance valve

1.011 - 1.411 k

Inspection
Using a tester (in ohm range), measure resistance values across
the sensor terminals at different test temperatures (see the following table).
Test temperature
C (F)

Current
mA

Resistance
k

39 - 41 (102 - 106)

1.011 - 1.411

59 - 61 (138 - 142)

0.505 - 0.805
CEL5011C

SUB STARTER SWITCH


Specifications
Rated voltage

24

Voltage drop

0.3 or less in 4 amperes

Operation power

N {kgf, lbf}

20 - 39 {2 - 4, 4 - 9}

Inspection
1. Check the continuity and insulation of the sub starter switch.
2. Check to see that 20 to 39 N {2 to 4 kgf, 4 to 9 lbf} are required
to operate the switch.

CEL6120J

ACCESSORY RELAY
Inspection
Check the circuit of the accessory relay. Refer to ILLUSTRATION
OF CONNECTORS.

EL-7-3

METER CLUSTER

Removing the meter cluster


1. Move the steering wheel away from the meter cluster as far as
possible by operating the tilt/telescopic mechanisms.
2. Remove the screws securing the meter cluster assembly.
3. Disconnect the tube from the air pressure gauge.
4. Disconnect various connectors and speedometer cable from
the meter cluster assembly; remove the meter cluster assembly.
CEL6120K

Replacement of bulbs

CEL6120L

Removing the speedometer or tachograph


1. Remove the meter cluster. (For removal procedures, refer to
METER CLUSTER.)
2. Remove the screws. Pull the speedometer (tachograph) assembly out from the instrument panel.
3. Disconnect the harness connectors and speedometer cable
from the speedometer (tachograph) assembly. Then remove
the speedometer (tachograph) assembly.

CEL6120M

Replacement of bulbs
Installation and removal of the bulbs are the same as those of the
meter cluster.

Inspection of tachograph
Check the tachograph. Replace as an assembly if bent recording
needle or any other faults are noted.

Installing the speedometer or tachograph


1. Connect the harness connector and speedometer cable to the
speedometer or tachograph. Install the speedometer or tachograph.
2. Install the meter cluster. (For installation procedures, refer to
METER CLUSTER.)

EL-8-3

WARNING SYSTEM

WARNING SYSTEM
CAUTION
+ PRECAUTIONS FOR HANDLING ELECTRICAL UNITS
+ Before servicing the electrical unit, be sure to turn the key
switch to OFF and disconnect the negative () cable
from the battery to ensure safety.
For warning system circuit diagrams, refer to METER CLUSTER.

ENGINE COOLANT LEVEL AND OVER HEAT WARNING


BUZZER
Inspection
Check the continuity, insulation and operation of the buzzer.

CEL5019E

ENGINE OVERRUN BUZZER


Inspection
Check the continuity, insulation and operation of the buzzer.
Rated voltage 24V

ZEL087A

PARKING BRAKE SWITCH


Inspection
Check the continuity between the respective terminals with a circuit
tester (ohm range).

Connection chart
Terminal

ON I

ON II

CEL5021C

EL-9-1

WARNING SYSTEM

LOW AIR PRESSURE WARNING BUZZER


Inspection
Check the continuity, insulation and operation of the buzzer.
Rated voltage 24V

CEL6120R

AIR PRESSURE SWITCH


Inspection
Using a circuit tester (ohm range), check the switch to see that it
makes (body earth) and breaks the circuit under the specified air
pressure.
Turn-on
pressure

Type I

422 - 481 kPa {4.3 - 4.9 kgf/cm2, 61 - 70 psi}

Type II

49 - 69 kPa {0.5 - 0.7 kgf/cm2, 7 - 10 psi}

Turn-off
pressure

Type I

422 - 530 kPa {4.3 - 5.4 kgf/cm2, 61 - 77 psi}

Type II

49 - 98 kPa {0.5 - 1.0 kgf/cm2, 7 - 14 psi}

CEL5023C

ENGINE COOLANT LEVEL SENSOR


Inspection
Check the continuity between terminal (1) and the electrode, and
terminal (2) and the conductor. Check the insulation of the sensor
body.

CEL5019G

OVER HEAT SWITCH


Specifications
Rated voltage

Indication temperature
C (F)

12V
143 - 149
(289 - 300)

SWITCH CLOSED

140 - 152
(284 - 306)

SWITCH OPEN

EL-9-2

LIGHTING SYSTEM

BACK-UP LIGHT
Specifications
Type I

24V 25W

Type II

24V 21W

CEL5052C

CEL5052D

BACK-UP LIGHT SWITCH


Inspection
Check the continuity between the terminals with a circuit tester
(ohm range).
L should be 23 to 24 mm (0.91 to 0.94 in) when the switch is off.

CEL5051C

BACK BUZZER
Specifications
Rated voltage
Working voltage
Number of buzzer sounding

24V
18 - 32V
60 - 100 times/minute

CEL5053A

LICENSE PLATE LIGHT


Specifications
Type I

24V 12W

Type II

24V 10W

CEL5116A

EL-10-7

OPERATION SYSTEM

Inspection
Check the continuity between the respective terminals of the power
window switch with a circuit tester (ohm range).

POWER WINDOW SWITCH (PASSENGER SIDE)

CEL5073E

Inspection
Check the continuity between the respective terminals of the power
window switch with a circuit tester (ohm range).
OPERATION
TERMINAL
NO.

OPERATION
CONNECTED TO
U

1
2
3

j
j

4
5

DRIVER SWITCH

POWER WINDOW
MOTOR (PASS)

POWER WINDOW
MOTOR (PASS)

POWER SOURCE

j
j

DRIVER SWITCH

EL-11-8

OPERATION SYSTEM

Specifications
MANUAL MODE
INPUT

OUTPUT

Terminal
No. 1

Terminal
No. 4

Terminal
No. 5

Terminal
No. 6

Terminal
No. 7

IGN SW

MANUAL UP
SW

MANUAL
DOWN SW

MOTOR (L)

MOTOR
(R, L)

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

ON/OFF

ON/OFF

ON

OFF

AUTO MODE
INPUT
Terminal
No. 1

Terminal
No. 2

Terminal
No. 3

IGN SW

AUTO UP
SW

AUTO
DOWN SW

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF
OFF

ON/OFF

Terminal
No. 6

Terminal
No. 7

MOTOR (L)

MOTOR
(R, L)

DRIVE

STOP

DRIVE

STOP

DRIVE

STOP

STOP

ON

OFF
ON/OFF

OUTPUT

MOTOR
REVOLVING
CONDITION

POWER WINDOW RELAY


Inspection
Check the circuit of the power window relay. Refer to ILLUSTRATION OF CONNECTORS.

EL-11-10

ACCESSORY SYSTEM

- MEMO -

EL-12-4

WIRING DIAGRAM

CHARGING SYSTEM
RHD model

ZEL266A

EL-13-9

WIRING DIAGRAM

LHD model

ZEL267A

EL-13-10

WIRING DIAGRAM

AIR DRYER

ZEL269A

EL-13-11

WIRING DIAGRAM

TRAILER AND SPRING BRAKE INDICATOR LIGHT


RHD model

ZEL270A

EL-13-12

WIRING DIAGRAM

AIR PRESSURE WARNING LIGHT


RHD model

ZEL274A

EL-13-18

WIRING DIAGRAM

LHD model

ZEL275A

EL-13-19

WIRING DIAGRAM

LHD model

ZEL279A

EL-13-23

WIRING DIAGRAM

AIR FILTER WARNING LIGHT


RHD model

ZEL284A

EL-13-28

WIRING DIAGRAM

CLUTCH DISC WEAR WARNING LIGHT

ZEL287A

EL-13-31

WIRING DIAGRAM

HEADLIGHT
RHD model (Except for Australia)

ZEL291A

EL-13-36

WIRING DIAGRAM

RHD model (For Australia)

ZEL292A

EL-13-37

WIRING DIAGRAM

BACK-UP LIGHT
Except tractor

ZEL305A

EL-13-58

WIRING DIAGRAM

Tractor

ZEL306A

EL-13-59

WIRING DIAGRAM

ROTARY BEACON LIGHT

ZEL313A

EL-13-66

WIRING DIAGRAM

LHD model

ZEL316A

EL-13-69

WIRING DIAGRAM

TRANSMISSION HIGH-LOW CHANGE SYSTEM


10-speed transmission

ZEL322A

EL-13-76

WIRING DIAGRAM

THIRD DIFFERENTIAL LOCK SYSTEM


RHD model

ZEL323A

EL-13-79

WIRING DIAGRAM

LHD model

ZEL324A

EL-13-80