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1997 Range Electrical Guide

Published by Service Communications


Jaguar Cars Limited

Publication Part Number – JTP 559


XK8 Range 1997 User Instructions
Introduction

Electrical Guide Format


This Electrical Guide is made up of two major sections. The first section, at the front of the book, provides general informa-
tion for and about the use of the book, and information and illustrations to aid in the understanding of the XK8 electrical /
electronic systems, as well as the location and identification of components.

The second section includes the Figures, which are the basis of the book. Each Figure is identified by a Figure Number (i.e.
Fig. 01.1) and Title, and is accompanied by a page of data containing information specific to that Figure.

It is recommended that the user read through the front section of the book to develop a familiarity with the layout of the
book and with the system of symbols and abbreviations used. The Table of Contents on the following pages should help
to guide the user.

Standard Abbreviations
The following abbreviations are used throughout this Electrical Guide:
B+ Battery Voltage
CAN Controller Area Network
COUPE Coupe Vehicles
CONV. Convertible Vehicles
DI Direction Indicator
LH Left-Hand
LHD Left-Hand Drive
NAS North American Specification
RH Right-Hand
RHD Right-Hand Drive
ROW Rest of World
SCP Standard Corporate Protocol Network
VIN Vehicle Identification Number
Refer to the vehicle Service Manual for a glossary of standard terms and their abbreviations.

Vehicle Identification Numbers (VIN)


VIN ranges are presented throughout the book in the following manner:

➞ VIN 123456 indicates “up to VIN 123456”; VIN 123456 ➞ indicates “from VIN 123456 on”.
XK8 Electrical System Architecture
The XK8 system “architecture” is new to Jaguar vehicles and features vehicle multiplexing. Multiplexing allows for greatly
simplified wiring harnesses, while at the same time allowing flexibility in programming market variants. Two data net-
works are used in the system: a controller area network (CAN) for the engine, drive train and related systems, and a stan-
dard corporate protocol network (SCP) for the body systems. Any vehicle subsystem depicted on the figures with the
CAN or SCP included uses data derived from the network, or transmits data via the network to achieve control. Messages
for both networks are cataloged in the Appendix of this book. When appropriate, the user will be referred to the Appendix
by a note on the Data page. In addition to the two networks, the XK8 uses a serial data bus (ISO) for diagnostics and for
the programming of certain control modules.

The XK8 uses both power and logic grounds; however, it does not use a common logic ground stud connection as in
previous vehicles.

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Component Index ........................................................................................................ 5 – 9


User Instructions ........................................................................................................ 10 – 15
Connectors ................................................................................................................ 16
Main Power Distribution; Ground Point Identification and Location ............................. 17
Harness Layout .......................................................................................................... 18
Control Module Identification and Location ................................................................. 19
Control Module Connector Pin Identification and Location .......................................... 20 – 22
Relay and Fuse Box Identification and Location .......................................................... 23

NOTE: The Appendix, which contains a catalog of CAN and SCP Network messages, follows the Figure and Data pages.

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Contents

FIGURES
Fig. Description Variant
01 Power Distribution
01.1 ...... Main Power Distribution ................................................................ All Vehicles
01.2 ...... Battery Power Distribution – Driver and Passenger Fuse Boxes ..... All Vehicles
01.3 ...... Battery Power Distribution – Trunk, Engine Compartment,
EMS Fuse Boxes ........................................................................... All Vehicles
01.4 ...... Ignition Switched Power Distribution ............................................. All Vehicles
01.5 ...... Engine Management Switched Power Distribution ........................ All Vehicles

02 Ground Distribution
02.1 ...... Ignition Switched Ground Distribution ............................................ All Vehicles

03 Battery; Starter; Generator


03.1 ...... Battery; Starter; Generator ............................................................. All Vehicles

04 Engine Management
04.1 ...... AJ26 NAS Engine Management, Part 1 .......................................... AJ26 NAS Vehicles
04.2 ...... AJ26 NAS Engine Management, Part 2 .......................................... AJ26 NAS Vehicles
04.3 ...... AJ26 ROW Engine Management, Part 1 ........................................ AJ26 ROW Vehicles
04.4 ...... AJ26 ROW Engine Management, Part 2 ........................................ AJ26 ROW Vehicles

05 Transmission
05.1 ...... AJ26 Automatic Transmission ........................................................ All Vehicles
05.2 ...... Gear Shift Interlock ........................................................................ All Vehicles

06 Anti-Lock Braking; Traction Control


06.1 ...... Anti-Lock Braking; Traction Control ................................................ All Vehicles

07 Climate Control
07.1 ...... Climate Control, Part 1 ................................................................... All Vehicles
07.2 ...... Climate Control, Part 2 ................................................................... All Vehicles

08 Instrumentation; Audible Warnings


08.1 ...... Instrument Packs ........................................................................... All Vehicles
08.2 ...... Audible Warnings ........................................................................... All Vehicles

09 Exterior Lighting
09.1 ...... Exterior Lighting – Front ................................................................. All Vehicles
09.2 ...... Exterior Lighting – Rear .................................................................. All Vehicles
09.3 ...... Headlamp Leveling ........................................................................ Headlamp Leveling Vehicles

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FIGURES
Fig. Description Variant
10 Interior Lighting
10.1 ...... Interior Lighting .............................................................................. All Vehicles
10.2 ...... Dimmer-Controlled Lighting ........................................................... All Vehicles

11 Steering; Mirrors; Suspension


11.1 ...... Power Assisted Steering ................................................................ All Vehicles
11.2 ...... Steering Column Movement .......................................................... All Vehicles
11.3 ...... Mirror Movement .......................................................................... All Vehicles
11.4 ...... Mirror Electrochromic Tint; Fold-Back Mirrors ................................ All Vehicles
11.5 ...... Suspension Adaptive Damping ...................................................... Adaptive Damping Vehicles

12 Seat Systems
12.1 ...... Driver’s Seat – Memory ................................................................. Memory Seat Vehicles
12.2 ...... Driver’s Seat – Non Memory .......................................................... Non Memory Seat Vehicles
12.3 ...... Passenger’s Seat – 3-Way Movement ........................................... 3-Way Movement Vehicles
12.4 ...... Passenger’s Seat – 2-Way Movement ........................................... 2-Way Movement Vehicles

13 Door Locking
13.1 ...... Central Door Locking ..................................................................... All Vehicles

14 Wash / Wipe System


14.1 ...... Wash / Wipe System ..................................................................... All Vehicles

15 Window Lifts; Convertible Top


15.1 ...... Window Lifts ................................................................................. All Vehicles
15.2 ...... Convertible Top .............................................................................. Convertible Vehicles

16 In-Car Entertainment; Telephone


16.1 ...... Standard In-Car Entertainment – Convertible .................................. Convertible Vehicles
16.2 ...... Standard In-Car Entertainment – Coupe ......................................... Coupe Vehicles
16.3 ...... Premium In-Car Entertainment ....................................................... Premium ICE Vehicles
16.4 ...... Radio Telephone ............................................................................ All Vehicles

17 Supplementary Restraint System


17.1 ...... Airbag System ............................................................................... All Vehicles

18 Ancillaries
18.1 ...... Ancillaries: Horns; Cigar Lighters; Accessory Connectors;
Garage Door Opener ...................................................................... All Vehicles

19 Vehicle Network Systems


19.1 ...... Networks; Serial Data Links ........................................................... All Vehicles

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ABS / TRACTION CONTROL CONTROL MODULE ................. Fig. 06.1 BRAKE SWITCH – LHD ........................................................... Fig. 04.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 19.1 ................................................................................................ Fig. 04.3
................................................................................................ Fig. 05.2
ACCELEROMETERS ............................................................... Fig. 11.5 ................................................................................................ Fig. 06.1
ACTIVE SECURITY SOUNDER ................................................ Fig. 13.2 ................................................................................................ Fig. 09.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 11.5
ADAPTIVE DAMPING CONTROL MODULE ............................ Fig. 11.5
................................................................................................ Fig. 19.1 BRAKE SWITCH – RHD ........................................................... Fig. 04.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 04.3
AIR CONDITIONING COMPRESSOR CLUTCH ....................... Fig. 04.2 ................................................................................................ Fig. 05.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 04.4 ................................................................................................ Fig. 06.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 07.2 ................................................................................................ Fig. 09.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 11.5
AIR CONDITIONING CONTROL MODULE .............................. Fig. 04.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 04.4 CAMSHAFT POSITION SENSOR ............................................ Fig. 04.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 07.1 ................................................................................................ Fig. 04.3
................................................................................................ Fig. 07.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 19.1 CATALYST SWITCHING MODULE .......................................... Fig. 04.3

AIR CONDITIONING CONTROL PANEL .................................. Fig. 07.1 CATALYST THERMOCOUPLES .............................................. Fig. 04.3
................................................................................................ Fig. 10.2 CD AUTO-CHANGER ............................................................... Fig. 16.1
AIR INTAKE – LH ..................................................................... Fig. 07.1 ................................................................................................ Fig. 16.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 16.3
AIR INTAKE – RH ..................................................................... Fig. 07.1
CENTER CONSOLE SWITCH PACK ........................................ Fig. 09.1
AIRBAG / SRS CONTROL MODULE ....................................... Fig. 17.1 ................................................................................................ Fig. 09.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 19.1 ................................................................................................ Fig. 10.2
AIRBAG INTERROGATION CONNECTOR ............................... Fig. 17.1 CIGAR LIGHTERS .................................................................... Fig. 10.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 18.1
AIRBAGS ................................................................................. Fig. 17.1
COLUMN JOY STICK (COLUMN SWITCHGEAR) .................... Fig. 11.2
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE SENSOR ....................................... Fig. 07.1
COMPRESSOR LOCK SENSOR .............................................. Fig. 07.1
ANTENNA MOTOR ................................................................. Fig. 16.3
CONVERTIBLE TOP DOWN SWITCH ..................................... Fig. 11.4
ASPIRATOR ASSEMBLY ......................................................... Fig. 07.1
CONVERTIBLE TOP PUMP ..................................................... Fig. 15.2
AUDIBLE WARNING SPEAKER (COLUMN SWITCHGEAR) .... Fig. 08.2
CONVERTIBLE TOP SWITCH .................................................. Fig. 10.2
AUTO TILT SWITCH (COLUMN SWITCHGEAR) ...................... Fig. 11.2 ................................................................................................ Fig. 15.2
BATTERY ................................................................................. Fig. 01.1
COOLANT LEVEL SWITCH ..................................................... Fig. 08.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 03.1
CRUISE CONTROL ON / OFF SWITCH ................................... Fig. 10.2
BLOWER MOTORS ................................................................ Fig. 07.2
CRUISE CONTROL SWITCH ................................................... Fig. 04.2
BODY PROCESSOR MODULE ................................................ Fig. 03.1 ................................................................................................ Fig. 04.4
................................................................................................ Fig. 05.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 08.2 CRUISE CONTROL SWITCHES (STEERING WHEEL) .............. Fig. 04.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 09.1 ................................................................................................ Fig. 04.4
................................................................................................ Fig. 09.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 10.1 D – 4 SWITCH ......................................................................... Fig. 05.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 11.2 DAMPER SOLENOIDS ............................................................ Fig. 11.5
................................................................................................ Fig. 11.3
................................................................................................ Fig. 12.1 DATA LINK CONNECTOR ....................................................... Fig. 19.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 12.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 12.3 DELAY TIMER ......................................................................... Fig. 01.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 12.4 DIFFERENTIAL CONTROL POTENTIOMETER ........................ Fig. 07.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 13.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 13.2 DIMMER CONTROL (COLUMN SWITCHGEAR) ..................... Fig. 10.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 13.3
DIMMER MODULE ................................................................. Fig. 10.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 14.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 15.1 DIODE (BT29) – TRUNK SWITCH ............................................ Fig. 10.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 18.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 19.1 DIODE (LT2) – TRANSIT ISOLATION ....................................... Fig. 01.1

BRAKE CANCEL SWITCH – LHD ............................................. Fig. 04.2


................................................................................................ Fig. 04.4

BRAKE CANCEL SWITCH – RHD ............................................ Fig. 04.2


................................................................................................ Fig. 04.4

BRAKE FLUID RESERVOIR ..................................................... Fig. 06.1

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DOOR CONTROL MODULE – DRIVER ................................... Fig. 10.1 FASCIA ACCESSORY CONNECTOR ....................................... Fig. 18.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 11.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 11.3 FOOTWELL LAMPS ................................................................ Fig. 10.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 11.4 FRONT FOG LAMPS ............................................................... Fig. 09.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 12.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 13.1 FRONT LAMP UNITS .............................................................. Fig. 09.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 13.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 13.3 FUEL FILL FLAP SOLENOID ................................................... Fig. 13.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 15.1 FUEL INJECTORS ................................................................... Fig. 04.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 15.2 ................................................................................................ Fig. 04.4
................................................................................................ Fig. 19.1
FUEL LEVEL SENSOR ............................................................. Fig. 08.1
DOOR CONTROL MODULE – PASSENGER ........................... Fig. 10.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 11.3 FUEL PUMP ............................................................................ Fig. 04.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 13.1 ................................................................................................ Fig. 04.4
................................................................................................ Fig. 13.2
FULL RANGE SPEAKERS ........................................................ Fig. 16.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 13.3
................................................................................................ Fig. 16.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 15.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 15.2 FUSE BOX – DRIVER SIDE ...................................................... Fig. 01.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 19.1 ................................................................................................ Fig. 01.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 01.4
DOOR LOCK ACTUATORS ..................................................... Fig. 13.1
FUSE BOX – ENGINE COMPARTMENT .................................. Fig. 01.1
DOOR LOCK SWITCH – PASSENGER .................................... Fig. 13.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 01.3
DOOR LOCK SWITCHES – DRIVER ........................................ Fig. 10.1 ................................................................................................ Fig. 01.4
................................................................................................ Fig. 13.1 ................................................................................................ Fig. 07.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 13.2 ................................................................................................ Fig. 09.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 13.3 ................................................................................................ Fig. 13.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 15.1 ................................................................................................ Fig. 13.3
................................................................................................ Fig. 14.1
DOOR MIRROR MOTORS ...................................................... Fig. 11.3 ................................................................................................ Fig. 18.1
DOOR MIRRORS .................................................................... Fig. 07.2 FUSE BOX – ENGINE MANAGEMENT .................................... Fig. 01.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 11.4 ................................................................................................ Fig. 01.3
DOOR SWITCH – DRIVER ....................................................... Fig. 10.1 ................................................................................................ Fig. 01.5
................................................................................................ Fig. 11.2 FUSE BOX – PASSENGER SIDE .............................................. Fig. 01.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 11.3 ................................................................................................ Fig. 01.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 13.1 ................................................................................................ Fig. 01.4
................................................................................................ Fig. 13.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 13.3 FUSE BOX – TRUNK ................................................................ Fig. 01.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 01.3
DOOR SWITCH – PASSENGER ............................................... Fig. 10.1 ................................................................................................ Fig. 01.4
................................................................................................ Fig. 13.1 ................................................................................................ Fig. 04.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 13.2 ................................................................................................ Fig. 04.4
................................................................................................ Fig. 13.3 ................................................................................................ Fig. 07.2
ECM AND TCM COOLING FAN .............................................. Fig. 04.1 ................................................................................................ Fig. 09.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 04.3 ................................................................................................ Fig. 18.1

GARAGE DOOR OPENER (ROOF CONSOLE) ......................... Fig. 18.1


EGR VALVES ........................................................................... Fig. 04.1

ENGINE COMPARTMENT SECURITY SWITCH ...................... Fig. 13.2 GEAR SELECTOR MODULE ................................................... Fig. 05.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 05.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 13.3
................................................................................................ Fig. 10.2
ENGINE CONTROL MODULE ................................................. Fig. 03.1 ................................................................................................ Fig. 19.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 04.1
GEARSHIFT INTERLOCK SOLENOID ...................................... Fig. 05.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 04.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 04.3 GENERATOR ........................................................................... Fig. 03.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 04.4
................................................................................................ Fig. 05.2 GLASS BREAKAGE SENSOR (ROOF CONSOLE) .................... Fig. 13.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 07.2
GLOVE BOX LAMP ................................................................. Fig. 10.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 13.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 13.3 HANDSET ................................................................................ Fig. 16.4
................................................................................................ Fig. 19.1
HEADLAMP LEVELING ACTUATORS ..................................... Fig. 09.3
ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE SENSOR ........................ Fig. 04.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 04.3 HEATED BACKLIGHT .............................................................. Fig. 07.2

ENGINE SPEED SENSOR ........................................................ Fig. 04.1 HEATED OXYGEN SENSORS .................................................. Fig. 04.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 04.3 ................................................................................................ Fig. 04.3

EVAPORATIVE EMISSION CONTROL VALVE ......................... Fig. 04.1 HEATER PUMP ....................................................................... Fig. 07.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 04.3
HEATER VALVE ....................................................................... Fig. 07.2
EVAPORATOR / HEATER MATRIX ASSEMBLY ...................... Fig. 07.1
HIGH MOUNT STOP LAMP (CONV.) ....................................... Fig. 09.2

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HIGH MOUNT STOP LAMP (COUPE) ..................................... Fig. 09.2 MAJOR INSTRUMENT PACK .................................................. Fig. 05.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 08.1
HIGH POWER PROTECTION MODULE .................................. Fig. 01.1 ................................................................................................ Fig. 09.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 03.1 ................................................................................................ Fig. 09.2
HORN SWITCHES (STEERING WHEEL) .................................. Fig. 18.1 ................................................................................................ Fig. 10.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 11.2
HORNS .................................................................................... Fig. 13.2 ................................................................................................ Fig. 11.3
................................................................................................ Fig. 13.3 ................................................................................................ Fig. 11.4
................................................................................................ Fig. 18.1 ................................................................................................ Fig. 12.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 13.2
IGNITION COILS ...................................................................... Fig. 04.2 ................................................................................................ Fig. 13.3
................................................................................................ Fig. 04.4 ................................................................................................ Fig. 15.1
IGNITION MODULES .............................................................. Fig. 04.2 ................................................................................................ Fig. 15.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 04.4 ................................................................................................ Fig. 16.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 16.2
IGNITION SWITCH (KEY-IN SWITCH) ...................................... Fig. 10.1 ................................................................................................ Fig. 16.3
................................................................................................ Fig. 11.2 ................................................................................................ Fig. 19.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 13.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 13.3 MASS AIR FLOW SENSOR ..................................................... Fig. 04.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 04.3
IGNITION SWITCH .................................................................. Fig. 02.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 03.1 MICROPHONE (TELEPHONE) ................................................. Fig. 16.4

IMPACT SENSORS .................................................................. Fig. 17.1 MID-BASS SPEAKERS ............................................................ Fig. 16.3

INCLINATION SENSOR ........................................................... Fig. 13.2 MINOR INSTRUMENT PACK .................................................. Fig. 08.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 10.2
INERTIA SWITCH .................................................................... Fig. 02.1
MIRROR JOYSTICK (DRIVER DOOR SWITCH PACK) ............. Fig. 11.3
INTERIOR REAR VIEW MIRROR (ELECTROCHROMIC) ......... Fig. 11.4 ................................................................................................ Fig. 11.4
KEY FOB ANTENNAS .............................................................. Fig. 13.1 MODE SWITCH (TRANSMISSION) ......................................... Fig. 05.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 13.2 ................................................................................................ Fig. 10.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 13.3
NEUTRAL SWITCH .................................................................. Fig. 03.1
KEY TRANSPONDER MODULE .............................................. Fig. 03.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 13.2 NOT-IN-PARK MICROSWITCH ................................................ Fig. 05.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 19.1 ................................................................................................ Fig. 11.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 11.3
KEYLOCK SOLENOID (COLUMN SWITCHGEAR) ................... Fig. 05.2 ................................................................................................ Fig. 13.1
KICKDOWN SWITCH – LHD .................................................... Fig. 05.1 NUMBER PLATE LAMPS ........................................................ Fig. 09.2
KICKDOWN SWITCH – RHD ................................................... Fig. 05.1 OIL PRESSURE SWITCH ......................................................... Fig. 08.1
KNOCK SENSORS ................................................................... Fig. 04.1 PARKING BRAKE SWITCH ...................................................... Fig. 04.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 04.3 ................................................................................................ Fig. 04.3
LAMP CONTROL MODULE .................................................... Fig. 09.2 PASSIVE SECURITY SOUNDER .............................................. Fig. 13.2
LATCH CONTROL VALVE ....................................................... Fig. 15.2 PEDAL POSITION AND MECHANICAL GUARD SENSORS .... Fig. 04.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 04.3
LEVELING SWITCH (CENTER CONSOLE SWITCH PACK) ...... Fig. 09.3
POWER AMPLIFIER ................................................................ Fig. 16.3
LIGHTING STALK (COLUMN SWITCHGEAR) .......................... Fig. 09.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 09.2 POWER ASSISTED STEERING CONTROL MODULE .............. Fig. 11.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 10.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 11.4 POWER WASH PUMP ............................................................ Fig. 14.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 14.1 PUDDLE LAMPS ..................................................................... Fig. 10.1
MAIN CONTROL VALVE ......................................................... Fig. 15.2
QUARTER LIGHT LIFTS ........................................................... Fig. 15.2

RADIATOR FAN CONTROL RELAY MODULE ........................ Fig. 04.2


................................................................................................ Fig. 04.4
................................................................................................ Fig. 07.2

RADIATOR FANS .................................................................... Fig. 04.2


................................................................................................ Fig. 04.4
................................................................................................ Fig. 07.2

RADIO / CASSETTE HEAD UNIT ............................................. Fig. 16.1


................................................................................................ Fig. 16.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 16.3
................................................................................................ Fig. 16.4

RADIO ANTENNA ................................................................... Fig. 16.1


................................................................................................ Fig. 16.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 16.3

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RADIO CONTROL SWITCHES (STEERING WHEEL) ............... Fig. 16.1 SIDE MARKERS (NAS ONLY) .................................................. Fig. 09.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 16.2 ................................................................................................ Fig. 09.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 16.3
SOLAR SENSOR ..................................................................... Fig. 07.1
RADIO ILLUMINATION ........................................................... Fig. 10.2
SQUAB (HEATERS) – DRIVER ................................................. Fig. 12.1
READER / EXCITER COIL (COLUMN SWITCHGEAR) ............. Fig. 13.2 ................................................................................................ Fig. 12.2

REAR INTERIOR LAMP (COUPE ONLY) .................................. Fig. 10.1 SQUAWKERS (FASCIA) ........................................................... Fig. 16.3

REAR QUARTER FULL RANGE SPEAKERS ............................ Fig. 16.1 STABILITY / TRACTION CONTROL SWITCH
................................................................................................ Fig. 16.2 (CENTER CONSOLE SWITCH PACK) ............................... Fig. 06.1

REAR QUARTER MID-RANGE SPEAKERS .............................. Fig. 16.3 STARTER MOTOR .................................................................. Fig. 03.1

REAR SUB-WOOFERS ............................................................ Fig. 16.3 STEERING COLUMN MOTORS .............................................. Fig. 11.2

REFRIGERANT 4-WAY PRESSURE SWITCH ........................... Fig. 04.2 SUPPRESSION MODULE ....................................................... Fig. 03.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 04.4
................................................................................................ Fig. 07.2 SWITCH PACK – DRIVER DOOR ............................................. Fig. 10.2

REGULATOR ........................................................................... Fig. 03.1 SWITCH PACK – DRIVER DOOR MEMORY ............................ Fig. 10.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 11.2
ROOF CONSOLE .................................................................... Fig. 10.1 ................................................................................................ Fig. 11.3
................................................................................................ Fig. 12.1
SEAT BELT SWITCH ............................................................... Fig. 12.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 12.2 SWITCH PACK – DRIVER SEAT ............................................... Fig. 12.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 12.2
SEAT CONTROL MODULE – DRIVER ..................................... Fig. 11.4
................................................................................................ Fig. 12.1 SWITCH PACK – PASSENGER DOOR ..................................... Fig. 10.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 12.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 19.1 SWITCH PACK – PASSENGER SEAT ...................................... Fig. 12.3
................................................................................................ Fig. 12.4
SEAT CONTROL MODULE – PASSENGER ............................. Fig. 11.4
................................................................................................ Fig. 12.3 TAIL LAMP UNITS ................................................................... Fig. 09.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 12.4 TELEPHONE ANTENNA .......................................................... Fig. 16.4
................................................................................................ Fig. 19.1
TELEPHONE TRANSCEIVER ................................................... Fig. 16.4
SEAT CUSHION (HEATER) – DRIVER ...................................... Fig. 12.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 12.2 THROTTLE MOTOR ................................................................ Fig. 04.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 04.3
SEAT CUSHION (HEATER) – PASSENGER .............................. Fig. 12.3
................................................................................................ Fig. 12.4 THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR .............................................. Fig. 04.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 04.3
SEAT HEATER SWITCH
(CENTER CONSOLE SWITCH PACK) ............................... Fig. 12.1 TOP CLOSED SWITCH ............................................................ Fig. 15.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 12.2
TOP DOWN SWITCH .............................................................. Fig. 15.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 12.3
................................................................................................ Fig. 12.4 TOP LATCH CLOSED SWITCH ............................................... Fig. 15.2
SEAT LUMBAR PUMP – DRIVER ............................................ Fig. 12.1 TOP RAISED SWITCH ............................................................. Fig. 15.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 12.2
TOP READY-TO-LATCH SWITCH ............................................ Fig. 15.2
SEAT LUMBAR PUMP – PASSENGER .................................... Fig. 12.3
TRANSIT ISOLATION DEVICE ................................................. Fig. 01.1
SEAT MOTORS – DRIVER ....................................................... Fig. 12.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 12.2 TRANSMISSION CONTROL MODULE .................................... Fig. 05.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 19.1
SEAT MOTORS – PASSENGER ............................................... Fig. 12.3
................................................................................................ Fig. 12.4 TRANSMISSION ELECTRICS .................................................. Fig. 05.1

SECURITY ACTIVE INDICATOR TRANSMISSION ROTARY SWITCH ........................................ Fig. 05.1


(GEAR SELECTOR MODULE) ........................................... Fig. 13.2
TRIP COMPUTER SWITCH PACK ........................................... Fig. 08.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 13.3
................................................................................................ Fig. 10.2
SECURITY AND LOCKING CONTROL MODULE .................... Fig. 09.2
TRIP CYCLE SWITCH (COLUMN SWITCHGEAR) .................... Fig. 08.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 11.4
................................................................................................ Fig. 13.1 TRUNK ACCESSORY CONNECTOR ........................................ Fig. 01.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 13.2 ................................................................................................ Fig. 18.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 13.3
................................................................................................ Fig. 15.1 TRUNK AND FUEL FILL RELEASE SWITCH ............................ Fig. 10.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 15.2 ................................................................................................ Fig. 13.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 19.1
TRUNK LAMP S ...................................................................... Fig. 10.1
SECURITY SOUNDER ............................................................. Fig. 13.3
TRUNK RELEASE SOLENOID ................................................. Fig. 13.1
SIDE DI REPEATERS (ROW) ................................................... Fig. 09.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 09.1

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TRUNK SWITCH ...................................................................... Fig. 10.1


................................................................................................ Fig. 13.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 13.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 13.3

TWEETERS .............................................................................. Fig. 16.3

VACUUM SWITCHING VALVES .............................................. Fig. 04.1


................................................................................................ Fig. 04.3

VALET SWITCH ....................................................................... Fig. 10.2


................................................................................................ Fig. 13.1
................................................................................................ Fig. 13.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 13.3

VANITY LAMPS ....................................................................... Fig. 10.1

VARIABLE STEERING CONVERTER – LHD ............................. Fig. 11.1

VARIABLE STEERING CONVERTER – RHD ............................ Fig. 11.1

VARIABLE VALVE TIMING SOLENOID VALVES ..................... Fig. 04.1


................................................................................................ Fig. 04.3

VENT ASSEMBLY ................................................................... Fig. 07.1

VOICE RECOGNITION ACTIVATION SWITCH


(NAS VEHICLES ONLY) .................................................... Fig. 10.2
................................................................................................ Fig. 16.4

WASH / WIPE STALK (COLUMN SWITCHGEAR) .................... Fig. 14.1

WHEEL SPEED SENSORS ...................................................... Fig. 06.1

WINDOW LIFT SWITCHES – DRIVER DOOR


(DRIVER DOOR SWITCH PACK) ....................................... Fig. 15.1

WINDOW LIFT SWITCHES – PASSENGER DOOR


(PASSENGER DOOR SWITCH PACK) ............................... Fig. 15.1

WINDOW LIFTS ...................................................................... Fig. 15.1

WINDSHIELD HEATERS ......................................................... Fig. 07.2

WINDSHIELD WASH PUMP AND FLUID LEVEL SENSOR ..... Fig. 14.1

WIPER MOTOR ....................................................................... Fig. 14.1

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Figure and Data Page Layout


Figure Pages
Each Figure represents a specific electrical system of the vehicle. The Figures are arranged numerically by system
(01 – Power Distribution, 02 – Ground Distribution, etc.) with variations in the system identified by a numeral following
a decimal point (01.1, 01.2, etc.). Refer to the Table of Contents for a complete list of the Figures.

The Figures 01 – Power Distribution detail the distribution of power to each of the systems. Numbered reference symbols
refer the user to a specific Figure and from a specific Figure back to the Power Distribution Figures. This method eliminates
the need to include detailed Power Distribution information on each of the Figures. Similarly, the Figure 02 – Ground Distri-
bution details the ignition switched ground distribution. The reference symbols are defined on page 12.

Each Figure appears on a right-hand page with a corresponding Data page to the left. The Figure and Data pages are fold-
ing pages. The user must fold out both pages in order to access all the information provided.

Data Pages
The Data page includes information to assist the user in identifying and locating components, connectors and grounds.
This information is supplemented by the illustrations in this front section of the book.

When network data is required for the understanding of a particular circuit, the user is directed to the Appendix.

Where circuits include a Control Module, Pin Out information is provided with values for “active” and “inactive” states.
The values listed are approximately those that can be expected at the control module connector pins with all circuit con-
nections made and all components connected and fitted. “Active” means a load is applied or a switch is ON; “inactive”
means a load is not applied or a switch is OFF. This information is provided to assist the user in understanding circuit
operation and should be used FOR REFERENCE ONLY.

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CONTROL MODULE PIN OUT INFORMATION FIGURE NUMBER COMPONENT, RELAY, CONNECTOR AND
GROUND INFORMATION

CONTROL MODULE PIN OUT INFORMATION


Fig. 03.1

ENGINE CONTROL MODULE COMPONENTS


P Pin Description Active Inactive Component Connector / Type / Color Location / Access
D EM10-17 SECURITY ACKNOWLEDGE ENCODED COMMUNICATIONS BATTERY BT66 / EYELET TRUNK, RIGHT HAND SIDE
D EM10-6 OK TO START – ENCODED COMMUNICATIONS BT67 / EYELET
I EM11-6 ENGINE CRANK GROUND (CRANKING) B+ BODY PROCESSOR MODULE FC14 / 104-WAY AMP EEEC / SLATE PASSENGER SIDE FASCIA / AIRBAG BRACKET
ENGINE CONTROL MODULE EM10 / 28-WAY MULTILOCK 040 / SLATE ENGINE COMPARTMENT / CONTROL MODULE ENCLOSURE
EM11 / 16-WAY MULTILOCK 040 / SLATE
KEY TRANSPONDER MODULE (OPTIONAL) EM12 / 22-WAY MULTILOCK 040 / SLATE
EM13 / 34-WAY MULTILOCK 040 / SLATE
P Pin Description Active Inactive GENERATOR AN1 / EYELET ENGINE COMPARTMENT / RIGHT FRONT
AN2 / EYELET
D FC22-9 GLASS BREAKAGE / OK TO START (ENCODED COMMUNICATION)
ST11 / EYELET
D FC22-16 OK TO START (ENCODED COMMUNICATION)
HIGH POWER PROTECTION MODULE BT60 / EYELET TRUNK / ADJACENT TO BATTERY
D FC22-17 SECURITY ACKNOWLEDGE (ENCODED COMMUNICATION) BT61 / EYELET
BT62 / EYELET
BT63 / EYELET
IGNITION SWITCH (KEY-IN SWITCH) FC4 (FLYLEAD) / 8-WAY MULTILOCK 070 / WHITE STEERING COLUMN
KEY TRANSPONDER MODULE FC22 / 20-WAY MULTILOCK 040 / GREEN ADJACENT TO PASSENGER SIDE FUSE BOX
NEUTRAL SWITCH FC89 (FLYLEAD) / 3-WAY MULTILOCK 070 / SLATE GEAR SELECTOR ASSEMBLY
REGULATOR (GENERATOR) PI50 / 3-WAY SUMITOMO 0902 / BLACK ENGINE COMPARTMENT / GENERATOR
STARTER MOTOR ST2 / EYELET ENGINE BLOCK
ST3 / EYELET
ST10 / EYELET
SUPPRESSION MODULE AN3 (FLYLEAD) / 2-WAY ECONOSEAL III LC/ RED ENGINE COMPARTMENT / FORWARD OF GENERATOR

RELAYS
Relay Color / Stripe Connector / Color Location / Access
STARTER RELAY BROWN EM50 / BROWN RH BRAKE BOOSTER ENCLOSURE RELAYS

HARNESS-TO-HARNESS CONNECTORS
Connector Type / Color Location / Access
BT80 EYELET ENGINE COMPARTMENT / FALSE BULKHEAD, RIGHT HAND SIDE
EM1 20-WAY MULTILOCK 070 / WHITE ENGINE COMPARTMENT / ADJACENT TO RIGHT HAND ENCLOSURE
EM2 18-WAY MULTILOCK 070 / YELLOW ENGINE COMPARTMENT / ADJACENT TO RIGHT HAND ENCLOSURE
EM3 14-WAY MULTILOCK 070 / SLATE ENGINE COMPARTMENT / ADJACENT TO RIGHT HAND ENCLOSURE
EM60 2-WAY ECONOSEAL III HC / BLACK ENGINE COMPARTMENT / BEHIND LEFT INNER FENDER HEAT SHIELD
PI1 57-WAY SUMITOMO / BLACK ENGINE COMPARTMENT / BRACKET ON TOP OF TRANSMISSION
ST1 EYELET ENGINE COMPARTMENT / FALSE BULKHEAD, RIGHT HAND SIDE

GROUNDS
Ground Location / Type
BT68 BATTERY GROUND STUD
FC3BR EYELET (PAIR) – RIGHT HAND LEG /LEFT HAND ‘A’ POST
FC3AS EYELET (SINGLE) / LEFT HAND ‘A’ POST

CONTROL MODULE PIN OUT INFORMATION (FOLD OUT PAGE)

The following symbols are used to represent values for Control Module Pin Out data:
I Input D Serial and encoded communications B+ Battery voltage KHz Frequency x 1000
O Output C CAN (Network) V Voltage (DC) MS Milliseconds
SG Signal Ground S SCP Network Hz Frequency MV Millivolts

CAUTION: The information on this data page is furnished to aid the user in understanding circuit operation. THIS INFORMATION SHOULD BE USED
FOR REFERENCE ONLY.
NOTE: The values listed are approximately those that can be expected at the control module connector pins with all circuit connections made and REFER TO THE FRONT OF THE BOOK FOR ILLUSTRATIONS DETAILING THE LOCATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF COMPONENTS, RELAYS,
all components connected and fitted. “Active” means a load is applied or a switch is ON; “Inactive” means a load is not applied or a switch is OFF. CONNECTORS, HARNESSES, GROUNDS, VEHICLE CONTROL MODULES AND CONTROL MODULE PINS.
DATE OF ISSUE: OCTOBER 1996

DATE OF ISSUE

DATA PAGE

FIGURE MODEL RANGE AND YEAR TITLE FIGURE NUMBER

XK8 Range 1997 Battery; Starter; Generator Battery; Starter; Generator Fig. 03.1

FALSE BULKHEAD
STUD CONNECTOR
N N
BT61 BT80 ST1
250A x 2
N 01.1
BT62
B N
BT67 BT66 BT60 250A BT63 N 01.1

BT68 BATTERY HIGH POWER


PROTECTION MODULE

NB
15 B+
FC14-80 O GO GO GO
FC14-73 EM1-15 EMS28
III RW RW I
1
FC4-1 FC14-41
II WO 02.1
FC4-3 Y D EM50
BK I WN FC14-39 NW 3 5 WR
02.1 75
FCS48 FC4-5 FC4-2 SU D
BK
FC14-92 37 WK 1 2 GO
IGNITION SWITCH II
FC3BL (III) ENGINE
CRANKING
CONTROL
STARTER RELAY †
I B
POWER
FC14-103
BK BK RU RU I I BK
LOGIC
FCS47 FC89-3 FC89-1 FC14-7 FC14-65
BK
NEUTRAL SWITCH
FC3BR

BODY PROCESSOR
MODULE FC3AS

I GO
ENGINE EM11-6
CRANK

FUEL PUMP
CONTROL GLASS BREAKAGE
AND IGNITION SU D SECURITY
FC22-9 ACKNOWLEDGE

SECURITY Y Y Y NOTE: Check market specification and/or


D D SECURITY
vehicle option specification for fitment of
ACKNOWLEDGE FCS74 ACKNOWLEDGE
EM10-17 EM3-8 FC22-17 Security Immobilization System.
D O O D
O.K. TO START O.K. TO START
EM10-6 EM2-18 FC22-16

ENGINE CONTROL
MODULE KEY TRANSPONDER MODULE
(OPTIONAL)
WR WR
ST3 EM60-2

ST2 N N
6

B
36 WK ST10
II
PI50-2
REGULATOR STARTER MOTOR
MAJOR INSTRUMENT PACK – CHARGE INDICATOR 08.1
SW SW SW
(CIRCUIT CONTINUED)
EM1-14 PI1-11 PI50-1

N B
AN3-1 AN1 ST11
B
AN3-2 AN2

GENERATOR

SUPPRESSION MODULE

† NOTE: Early production vehicles (➞ VIN 003300) have connector pin


numbers that differ from the volume production pin numbers shown.
Use the wire color code for pin identification on early production vehicles.

1 6 7 53 Fig. 01.2 6 40 Fig. 01.4 I


Input O
Output D Serial and Encoded
II II VARIANT: All Vehicles
19 Communications
Fig. 01.1 1 I
Fig. 02.1 VIN RANGE: All
1 5 54 84 Fig. 01.3 41 58 Fig. 01.5 Signal Ground (SG) C
CAN (Network) S
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II E E E

KEY TO REFERENCE SYMBOLS VARIANT, VIN RANGE AND DATE OF ISSUE


FIGURE PAGE

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NOTE: In the examples shown on this page, an ‘X’ is used where a number would appear on an actual Figure.

Reference Symbols
Reference symbols are used for three purposes:
• to allow the user to complete the individual system circuit to power supply or ground
• to refer the user to a related circuit
• to identify control module inputs, outputs and signal grounds
X Battery Power Supply

This symbol represents a direct battery power supply and refers the user to Figure 01.1, 01.2 or 01.3.
X X X Ignition Switched Power Supply
I II E

This symbol represents ignition switched power supply and refers the user to Figure 01.1, 01.4 or 01.5.
The suffix I indicates auxiliary power. Power is supplied in ignition switch key positions I (AUXILIARY) and II (IGNITION).
The suffix II indicates ignition power. Power is supplied in ignition switch key positions II (IGNITION) and III (ENGINE CRANK).
The suffix E indicates engine management switched power. Power is supplied in ignition switch key positions II (IGNITION)
and III (ENGINE CRANK) under ECM control.
X XX XX
I II Ignition Switched Ground

This symbol represents an ignition switched ground and refers the user to Figure 02.1.
This symbol without a suffix indicates CRANK. Ground is completed in ignition switch key position III (ENGINE CRANK).
The suffix I indicates auxiliary ground. Ground is completed in ignition switch key positions I (AUXILIARY) and II (IGNITION).
The suffix II indicates ignition ground. Ground is completed in ignition switch key positions II (IGNITION) and III
(ENGINE CRANK).
XX.X BPM Figure Number Reference Flag

This symbol refers the reader to a figure number only. It does not refer to a flag with the same number on a different
figure.
As used in Figures 01.1 through 02.1, the reference flag refers the user to a continuation of the circuit. In this in-
stance, the user matches the number to a Power Supply or Ground symbol to trace the circuit.
In most other cases, it is not necessary to refer to another figure for completion of a circuit, as the reference flags are
used to indicate parallel circuits and circuits that share components. Most of the circuits where this situation occurs
are overlapped to avoid the necessity for cross-referencing to another figure. Exceptions to this rule are instances
where signals are transmitted to or received from other system circuits. When circuits are not overlapped, they are
noted by (CIRCUIT CONTINUED).
BPM Because the Body Processor Module appears numerous times, the abbreviation BPM is used in the reference
flags on Figures 01.2 and 02.1 in order to conserve space.

Control Module Input, Output, Data Link, Signal Ground and Network(s)
I O D C S
Input Output Serial and Encoded Signal Ground (SG) CAN (Network) SCP Network
Communications

These six symbols are employed to assist the user in visualizing the ‘logic’ of circuits containing control modules.
The symbols identify control module input, output, data link, signal ground and network pins. These symbols are also
employed on the corresponding data page.

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Wiring Symbols Wiring Color Codes


N Brown O Orange
B Black S Slate
SPLICE
W White L Light
SIMPLIFIED SPLICE K Pink U Blue
G Green P Purple
BULB R Red T Tan
Y Yellow BRD Braid
CAPACITOR
When a wire has two or more color code letters, the first
letter indicates the main color and the subsequent letter(s)
CONNECTOR
indicate the tracer color(s).

Wiring Harness Codes


Code Description
DIODE
AC Air Conditioning (Climate Control)
AN Generator Suppression Module
AS Generator to Starter
DIODE (IN HARNESS) BB Trunk Bridging Link
XX1-X XX1 XX1-X
BC Main Power Distribution
BL Trunk Lid
BT Trunk
EYELET AND STUD
DD Door, Driver
DP Door, Passenger
FUSE
EL Engine Management Cruise Control Link
EM Engine Management
EN Engine Management Side Marker Link
LOGIC GROUND FC Fascia
FL LH Front Wheel
FR RH Front Wheel
IC In-Car Entertainment
POWER GROUND IS Inclination Sensor Link
LF Left Forward
LL Power Steering Link
LED
PI Engine
LED QL Convertible LH Quarter Light Link
QR Convertible RH Quarter Light Link
MOTOR RF Roof
RH Rearward
POTENTIOMETER
RL LH Rear Wheel
RR RH Rear Wheel
RT Radio Telephone
RESISTOR SA Starter to Generator Link
SC Column Switchgear
SOLENOID SD Seat, Driver
SP Seat, Passenger
SUPPRESSION DIODE
SW Steering Wheel
TL Telephone
SUPPRESSION RESISTOR
Code Numbering
THERMISTOR When numbering connectors, grounds and splices, Jaguar
Engineering uses a three-position format: AC001, AC002,
TRANSISTOR etc. Because space is limited in this Electrical Guide, the
codes have been shortened. Thus AC001-001 becomes
AC1-1, AC002-001 becomes AC2-1, etc.
WIRE CONTINUED

ZENER DIODE

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Harness Component Numbers

Connectors

HARNESS CODE + CONNECTOR NUMBER + PIN NUMBER


EXAMPLE: FC7-24 (pin number is separated by a dash)
Where the pin number differs from LHD to RHD, the connector number will be further identified by (LHD) or (RHD).

FC7-24 FC7-24 (LHD)


FC7-15 (RHD)

Harness code Pin number


Connector number

Splices

HARNESS CODE + S (SPLICE) + SPLICE NUMBER


EXAMPLE: RHS3 (no dash is used)
NOTE: In order to avoid unnecessary circuit complication, multiple splices (more than two wires) within components,
in wires leading from input components to multiple circuits and in harness ‘ground’ sides, are simplified so as not to
show wires from other circuits.

RHS3 RHS3

SIMPLIFIED SPLICE
Harness code Splice number
Splice

Diodes

Harness diodes occur at connectors and are depicted as components and identified by a connector number.
EXAMPLE:

BT29-1 BT29 BT29-2

Relay Connectors

Relay connector numbers are shown within the relay. The connector number is shown in the upper portion of the re-
lay; the pin (terminal) number is shown adjacent to the pin. Certain relays are paired and share a modular connector.
In this instance, the connector number remains the same for both relays while the pin numbers of the second relay
are identified by numbers 6 – 10.
EXAMPLE:

AC20 4 AC20 9
3 5 8 10

1 2 6 7

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Grounds

HARNESS CODE + GROUND STUD NUMBER + EYELET STUD POSITION (A,B,C) + EYELET DESIGNATION (S,L,R)

Eyelet stud position


There may be up to three eyelets on one stud. A, B and C are used to indicate the position of the eyelet on the stud:
A – first (bottom), B – second (middle), C – third (top).

Eyelet designation
Two eyelet variations are used: a single eyelet and an eyelet pair. The single eyelet has a single ‘leg’, which is identi-
fied by an S; the eyelet pair has two ‘legs’, identified as L (left) or R (right).

S L R

SINGLE EYELET EYELET PAIR

EXAMPLES:

Harness code Harness code Harness code


Ground stud number Ground stud number Ground stud number

FC2S LF1AR BT1CS

Single leg eyelet RH leg of eyelet Single leg eyelet


First eyelet on stud Third eyelet on stud

Where the ground designation differs from LHD to RHD, the RHD ground is shown in parentheses. If the ground
designation is the same for LHD and RHD, only one ground designation is used.
EXAMPLES:

EM2AR LHD Vehicles


BT1AL Same for LHD & RHD Vehicles
(EM1AR) RHD Vehicles

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Connectors XK8 Range 1997

The following connectors are the common harness-to-harness connectors used throughout the vehicle.

Multilock 040 Multilock 070


Low current (used as harness and ‘direct’ connection High current (used as harness and ‘direct’ connection
connector). connector).

Econoseal III LC Econoseal III HC


Low current sealed connector. High current sealed connector.

Ford Card
Used for SRS only.

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GROUND POINTS MAIN POWER DISTRIBUTION

ENGINE COMPARTMENT GENERATOR


FUSE BOX LF70
ST11

LF1

STARTER
MOTOR
ST3
LF2 FALSE BULKHEAD
STUD CONNECTOR
BT80
ST1

ENGINE MANAGEMENT ENGINE MANAGEMENT


FUSE BOX (RHD) EM70 EM70 FUSE BOX (LHD)

LF3
RHD

EM2 EM1

FC3 FC1
(QUIET GROUND) (QUIET GROUND)

FC4 FC2 DRIVER SIDE FUSE BOX (LHD) PASSENGER SIDE FUSE BOX (LHD)
PASSENGER SIDE FUSE BOX (RHD) DRIVER SIDE FUSE BOX (RHD)
FC90 BT79 FC90
FC93 EM71 FC92
FC91
CE2 RHD LF71

RADIO / CASSETTE
HEAD UNIT GROUND
TUNNEL
STUD CONNECTOR

FC6 FC5

RH3
(KEYFOB ANTENNA)

RH2 RH1

BT61
HIGH POWER
PROTECTION MODULE
BT60
BT68 BT62
BATTERY GROUND BT63
BT66
BT1
+
BATTERY
BT3 BT2
– BT68
BT67

TRUNK FUSE BOX BT64

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Harness Layout Harness Layout XK8 Range 1997

LHD RHD
FRONT OF VEHICLE FRONT OF VEHICLE
LF2 LF1 LF2 LF1

LF41 LF42 LF41 LF42


FR – RH FRONT WHEEL
FL – LH FRONT WHEEL FL – LH FRONT WHEEL FR – RH FRONT WHEEL
ST – STARTER LINK
PI – ENGINE ST – STARTER LINK
LL – POWER STEERING LINK PI – ENGINE

LF – LEFT FORWARD EL – ENGINE MANAGEMENT LF – LEFT FORWARD EL – ENGINE MANAGEMENT


CRUISE CONTROL LINK CRUISE CONTROL LINK
PI1 EM60 LL1 EL1 OR PI1 EM60 EL1 OR
PI2 PI2
LF3 EN – ENGINE MANAGEMENT LF3 EN – ENGINE MANAGEMENT
SIDE MARKER LINK SIDE MARKER LINK

LF3 LF3
LF40 LF40
EM2 EM1 EM2 EM1 EM – ENGINE MANAGEMENT
AC – AIR CONDITIONING EM – ENGINE MANAGEMENT AC – AIR CONDITIONING
(CLIMATE CONTROL) (CLIMATE CONTROL)

LF1 AC12 EM1 LF1 AC12 EM1


LF2 AC16 AC13 EM2 LF2 AC16 AC13 EM2
DD1 LF60 AC14 EM3 DP1 DP1 LF60 AC14 EM3 DD1
AC15 AC15
FC3 FC1 FC3 FC1

DD – DRIVER’S DOOR FC4 FC2 DP – PASSENGER’S DOOR DP – PASSENGER’S DOOR FC4 FC2 DD – DRIVER’S DOOR
SC1
SC2 SC1
SC3 RF1 SC2
RF1 SC3
SC4
SC – COLUMN SWITCHGEAR RF – ROOF SC4
SC – COLUMN SWITCHGEAR

SW – STEERING WHEEL SW1


SW2 FC – FASCIA FC – FASCIA SW1 SW – STEERING WHEEL
SW2

TL – TELEPHONE TL – TELEPHONE RF – ROOF

RT3 RT20 RT3 RT20

RT – RADIO TELEPHONE IC1 RT – RADIO TELEPHONE IC1


IC2 IC2

IC – IN-CAR ENTERTAINMENT IC – IN-CAR ENTERTAINMENT


FC6 FC5 FC6 FC5
IC4 IC4

SD1 SP1 SP – PASSENGER’S SEAT SP – PASSENGER’S SEAT SP1 SD1 SD – DRIVER’S SEAT
SD – DRIVER’S SEAT SD2 SP2 SP2 SD2

RH1 RH1
RH2 RH2
RH12 RH12
RH14 RH14
RH – REARWARD RH – REARWARD

BT – TRUNK BT1 BT – TRUNK BT1


BT2 BT2
RH5 RH6 BT3 RH5 RH6 BT3
RH2 RH1 BT4 RH2 RH1 BT4
BT58 BT58
QL – CONVERTIBLE QR – CONVERTIBLE QL – CONVERTIBLE QR – CONVERTIBLE
LH QUARTER LIGHT LINK RH QUARTER LIGHT LINK LH QUARTER LIGHT LINK RH QUARTER LIGHT LINK

BT3 BB1 BT1 BT3 BB1 BT1

BT2 BT2

BT72 BL1 BT73 BT72 BL1 BT73

RL – LH REAR WHEEL RR – RH REAR WHEEL RL – LH REAR WHEEL RR – RH REAR WHEEL

BL – TRUNK LID BL – TRUNK LID


BB – TRUNK BRIDGING LINK BB – TRUNK BRIDGING LINK

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LHD RHD

RADIATOR FAN CONTROL RADIATOR FAN CONTROL


RELAY MODULE RELAY MODULE

ABS / TRACTION CONTROL ABS / TRACTION CONTROL


CONTROL MODULE TRANSMISSION CONTROL MODULE CONTROL MODULE

TRANSMISSION CONTROL MODULE


ENGINE CONTROL MODULE
ENGINE CONTROL MODULE
BODY PROCESSOR MODULE BODY PROCESSOR MODULE

AIR CONDITIONING AIR CONDITIONING


CONTROL MODULE CONTROL MODULE

AIRBAG / SRS CONTROL MODULE AIRBAG / SRS CONTROL MODULE MAJOR INSTRUMENT PACK

KEY TRANSPONDER MODULE KEY TRANSPONDER MODULE

POWER ASSISTED STEERING POWER ASSISTED STEERING CATALYST SWITCHING MODULE


MAJOR INSTRUMENT PACK CONTROL MODULE CONTROL MODULE
DIMMER MODULE DIMMER MODULE
DRIVER DOOR PASSENGER DOOR PASSENGER DOOR DRIVER DOOR
CONTROL MODULE CONTROL MODULE CONTROL MODULE CONTROL MODULE

DRIVER SEAT PASSENGER SEAT PASSENGER SEAT DRIVER SEAT


CONTROL MODULE CONTROL MODULE CONTROL MODULE CONTROL MODULE

GEAR SELECTOR MODULE GEAR SELECTOR MODULE

SECURITY AND LOCKING SECURITY AND LOCKING


CONTROL MODULE CONTROL MODULE

LAMP CONTROL MODULE ADAPTIVE DAMPING LAMP CONTROL MODULE


ADAPTIVE DAMPING
CONTROL MODULE CONTROL MODULE

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ABS / TRACTION CONTROL CONTROL MODULE

TRANSMISSION CONTROL MODULE

LF37
EM7

EM7 / 88-WAY BOSCH / BLACK


28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
BY — ND — — BRD UY BU — — BS — U BRD N US RP — — W RB — B OG OK — RS OU
55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29
WB WB RU RY OB — — — — — RG R — G — — — — Y S — B YP YU — YB OR
88 87 86 85 84 83 82 81 80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56
— — Y G — Y G — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — —

LF37 / 25-WAY AMP HYBRID / BLACK


17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25
W R UP WU P U — B WY
TOP

10 11 12 13 14 15 16
— — — UB R G RY
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
UO US S G Y Y O B NR

ENGINE CONTROL MODULE

EM14 EM15 EM13 EM12 EM11 EM10

EM14 / 12-WAY MULTILOCK 47 / WHITE EM15 / 22-WAY MULTILOCK 47 / WHITE EM13 / 34-WAY MULTILOCK 040 / SLATE EM12 / 22-WAY MULTILOCK 040 / SLATE EM11 / 16-WAY MULTILOCK 040 / SLATE EM10 / 28-WAY MULTILOCK 040 / SLATE
6 5 4 3 2 1 11 2 1 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 6 5 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
R R BK WR GY GY B 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 PU PS — — — — — — — SP W KN YW WU YR YN YG YU WU P — SR — — O WK UN ULG UG WR
— RY RG BU BW BY BO PN
12 11 10 9 8 7 22 13 12 16 15 14 13 12 11 11 10 9 8 7 7 6 5 13 12 11 10 9
G G B B B B B 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 — B WU W GR PY RW PW — RY SG SLG — — GO SG O K PG US NO
— — — BS BN BG BP —
26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14
LGU LGW LGO LGK UB — B Y S N U N R G GY UP U G UY UW UW BG — — Y PK G OU
34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 22 21 20 19 18 16 15 14 13 12 28 27 26 25 24 23 22
LPG LGS LGR LGY — O P BG BP — — BY BY K R BG BY BG Y G Y G — BK B

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SECURITY AND LOCKING CONTROL MODULE

MAJOR INSTRUMENT PACK


BT41 BT40

BT41 / 26-WAY FORD IDC / BLACK (NAS) BT40 / 16-WAY FORD 2.8 TIMER / BLACK
13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
— — — — — — YP — RY — LGY — R S OG NK YW GW UG OB OR
26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9
— — — — — — — YR — — — — — U NY BK BK — UO — GR

BT41 / 26-WAY FORD IDC / BLACK (ROW)

13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
— — — BK — LGS — — RY — — — —
26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14
YO — — — — — — YR — — — — —

FC25 FC26 DRIVER DOOR CONTROL MODULE

FC25 / 48-WAY AMP PCB SIGNAL / BLACK FC26 / 24-WAY AMP PCB SIGNAL / BLACK
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
BK WG RN — — SO — — — SU — — UY R — — — — S U — — Y Y RK OW PY SG OU UB ON RG RS OB RB RU
25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
NR B RO RO — — — — BR — Y O — — — — — — — — — — G G BW RW OU YW OS OG OS UW RLG SW OP UR
DD11 DD10

DD11 / 22-WAY FORD 2.8 TIMER / BLACK DD10 / 22-WAY FORD 2.8 TIMER / BLUE
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
BP KS LGU OU SN UG OB OB SU SY PN PG BY N
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8
WG — — OY — YO YN — OU GW PO PW PB BG U BK

BODY PROCESSOR MODULE 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 22 21 20 19 18 17 16


UN UP GY — — OR — PK PU WU BR BO B S

PASSENGER DOOR CONTROL MODULE


FC14

FC14 / 104-WAY AMP EEEC / SLATE


79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 DP11 DP10
NG NB GR GR GB U S ON SK YG LGR BG BW SU YK LGO RS PW — GB PN BR PW NY B NY

53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78
RK RB SP UW — SB PY RY KG LGU SW — BK PU UR US OK GS SR — GO RW — GK GP PG
DP11 / 22-WAY FORD 2.8 TIMER / BLACK DP10 / 22-WAY FORD 2.8 TIMER / BLUE
27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52
GO RW S U SW WN RG LGK OU LGW LGR OR Y WU RW UY BLG OY UG — — OG — GY RW BS 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
— — LGU — — — — OB SU SY PN PG PY N
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8
RY GY GK GU SO YW RU — LGU SR YB OP GO UB WO RY OS YS WLG OG — WB WO NW B YG — — — — — — — — OU GW PO PW PB BG U BK
22 21 20 19 18 17 16 22 21 20 19 18 17 16
NOTE: (NAS) PIN 13 NOT USED — — GY — — — — PK PU WU — BO B S

DATE OF ISSUE: OCTOBER 1996 21


Control Module Connector Pin Identification and Location Control Module Connector Pin Identification and Location XK8 Range 1997

DRIVER SEAT CONTROL MODULE PASSENGER SEAT CONTROL MODULE

SD3 SD4 SD5 SP3 SP5

SD3 / 16-WAY FORD 2.8 TIMER / BLACK SD4 / 26-WAY FORD IDC / BLACK SD5 / 10-WAY FORD 2.8 TIMER / BLACK SP3 / 16-WAY FORD 2.8 TIMER / BLACK SP5 / 10-WAY FORD 2.8 TIMER / BLACK
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 6 7 8 9 10 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 6 7 8 9 10
UY UW KW KY GN GP GW GY WP — — — WB — — — — — — — — — — G S U UY UW KW KY GN GP GW GY — — G S U
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5
PS PO OK R OB OR KS KO WG WU B — W WN — — — WR WY WO — B B US UO NK PS PO OK R OB OR KS KO B B US UO NK

KEY TRANSPONDER MODULE

AIRBAG / SRS CONTROL MODULE


ADAPTIVE DAMPING CONTROL MODULE

BT69
FC22

FC29 FC30

FC22 / 20-WAY MULTILOCK 040 / GREEN (NAS)


10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
BT69 / 35-WAY AMP / BLACK — SU — — O — — — — —
19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11
— PB UB RB — ON U US NS K — OB OW OK OY OU — — — — Y O — — — — —
FC29 / 12-WAY FORD CARD / BLACK FC30 / 12-WAY FORD CARD / SLATE
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
7 8 9 10 11 12 12 11 10 9 8 7 SO UP UW — — — — — — O WR — OR OG OP — — B
WK OW OP — YU ON BK RS KU KG RW RW
FC22 / 20-WAY MULTILOCK 040 / GREEN (ROW)
1 2 3 4 5 6 6 5 4 3 2 1
— — — BK YW R WK RG KP KN RP — 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
— SU OG OR O — NR — — SB
20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11
— — — Y O — WO WN BK —

AIR CONDITIONING CONTROL MODULE

LAMP CONTROL MODULE

AC4 AC3 AC2 AC1 BT18

AC4 / 22-WAY MULTILOCK 47 / SLATE AC3 / 12-WAY MULTILOCK 47 / SLATE AC2 / 16-WAY MULTILOCK 47 / SLATE AC1 / 26-WAY MULTILOCK 47 / SLATE BT18 / 26-WAY AMP MQS / YELLOW
14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 7 8 9 10 11 12 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
12 13 B GW OU UB LGW BW BK O 22 SY SR — WP UB KU OU OR YG — UY — UK GP 14 15 LGN RW LGP RU SR Y NR — 24 25 26
— — — — — — — — — — — — —
WR B — — — — UR GU
3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26
1 2 11 1 2 11 12 13
WN WU NY PY UG P UN K ULG S SG SB OY UG OP RG YW — SU SG US GO UY PS LGR RY PR PY RB — UP UO RY RK RU UB UW RO RG RW WG R BK
WP GY — RLG U — UW UO

22 DATE OF ISSUE: OCTOBER 1996


XK8 Range 1997 Relay and Fuse Box Identification and Location Relay and Fuse Box Identification and Location

NOTE: RELAY COLORS ARE WRITTEN AS CASE COLOR (STRIPE) / CONNECTOR COLOR. FOR EXAMPLE, BLACK (BLUE) / BLUE INDICATES A RELAY HAVING A BLACK CASE WITH A BLUE STRIPE AND A BLUE CONNECTOR. IF THERE IS NO COLOR SHOWN IN PARENTHESES, THE RELAY CASE DOES NOT HAVE A STRIPE. SOME RELAYS
CONNECT DIRECTLY TO A FUSE BOX BUS. THE CONNECTOR COLOR FOR THESE RELAYS IS IDENTIFIED AS “BUS”.

Fuel injection relay


brown / brown
Throttle motor power relay
brown / brown
Wiper FAST/SLOW relay
black / black Ignition coil relay
brown / brown
LH blower motor relay Wiper RUN/STOP relay
blue / blue black / black
Door mirror heater relay
RH blower motor relay blue / blue Air conditioning compressor clutch relay EMS control relay
blue / blue brown / brown brown / bus
Ignition positive relay (LHD)
Driver side fuse box (LHD) Engine Management
Auxiliary positive relay (RHD)
Passenger side fuse box (RHD) fuse box
brown / bus

DRIVESHAFT TUNNEL RELAYS LH FASCIA RELAYS LH BRAKE BOOSTER ENCLOSURE RELAYS CONTROL MODULE ENCLOSURE RELAYS (RHD)

Heater pump relay


brown / bus

Front fog relay


brown / bus

Main beam relay


brown / bus

Powerwash relay
brown / bus
Dip beam relay
brown / bus
Horn relay
brown / bus
Engine compartment Ignition positive relay
fuse box brown / bus

ENGINE COMPARTMENT FUSE BOX RELAYS

TRUNK RELAYS RH FASCIA RELAYS RH BRAKE BOOSTER ENCLOSURE RELAYS CONTROL MODULE ENCLOSURE RELAYS (LHD)

Tail lamp relay


brown / bus Auxiliary positive relay (LHD) Engine Management
Passenger side fuse box (LHD) Ignition positive relay (RHD)
Driver side fuse box (RHD) fuse box
Heated backlight relay Convertible only brown / bus
brown / bus
Starter relay EMS control relay
Rear fog relay brown / brown brown / bus
brown / bus
Top up relay LH windshield heater relay
black / black brown / brown
Door locking relay
Top down relay violet / violet Fuel injection relay
Fuel pump relay black / black RH windshield heater relay brown / brown
brown / bus LH quarter up relay Air conditioning isolate relay brown / brown Throttle motor power relay
Stop lamp relay black / black violet / violet brown / brown
brown / bus LH quarter down relay Ignition coil relay
Ignition positive relay black / black brown / brown
brown / bus RH quarter up relay
Accessory connector relay black / black
brown / bus RH quarter down relay
black / black
Trunk fuse box

DATE OF ISSUE: OCTOBER 1996 23


XK8 Range 1997 Main Power Distribution Main Power Distribution Fig. 01.1

TUNNEL FALSE BULKHEAD


STUD CONNECTOR STUD CONNECTOR
N N N
6 03.1 STARTER
BT61 BT80 ST1
250A x 2 BT79 EM71
N N
B N BT62 FC91 LF71

BT67 BT66 BT60


250A
BT63 N N

BATTERY HIGH POWER N


PROTECTION MODULE
BT68
RHD

LHD

DRIVER DOOR CONTROL MODULE - NO


WINDOW LIFT OPERATION 15.1 26
(CIRCUIT CONTINUED) BT44-2
PASSENGER DOOR CONTROL MODULE - NY 25 A
WINDOW LIFT OPERATION 15.1 50
(CIRCUIT CONTINUED) BT44-1

11 13 10 9 PK 04.1 ECM CONTROL


II I II II (CIRCUIT CONTINUED)
BATTERY POST B+
(BT65) (BT66)
RG N WN N N RG N N RG N N
12 RG R R G G BT12-9 FC21-6 FC6-6 LF7-9 EM20-6
II LTS1 LT2-2 LT2-1 LTS2 LT1
BT49-2 LT2

BT64 FC90 FC93 FC92 FC90 LF70 EM70


TRANSIT
ISOLATION DEVICE 2 1 1 2 1 2 2 1 1 2

5 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 5 3

G IGNITION POSITIVE AUXILIARY POSITIVE IGNITION POSITIVE IGNITION POSITIVE EMS CONTROL
LT3-4 RELAY † RELAY RELAY RELAY † RELAY
R 1 2 3 4 5
II
1 I
2 II
3 II
4 E
5
LT3-3

NLG NS
27
BT25-1 LT3-1
09.2 07.2
PN
BT25-3
07.2 09.1
B B 09.2 09.1
BT25-2 LT3-2
04.2 04.4 14.1
BT2BR BT2BS TRUNK DELAY TIMER
ACCESSORY 09.2 09.1
CONNECTOR 18.1 13.2 13.3 18.1

RELAYS RELAYS
NOTE: BT2BR – Adaptive Damping vehicles only.

ENGINE MANAGEMENT POWER BUS


IGNITION AUXILIARY POWER BUS
NOTE: The Delay Timer and Mini-harness (LT) maintain

BATTERY POWER BUS

BATTERY POWER BUS

BATTERY POWER BUS


BATTERY POWER BUS

BATTERY POWER BUS

IGNITION POWER BUS

IGNITION POWER BUS


IGNITION POWER BUS

current to the Body Processor Module and other vehicle


systems for a short period of time after the ignition is
switched off. The Transit Isolation Device, Delay Timer
and Mini-harness are removed from the vehicle prior to
delivery to the customer.

TRUNK FUSE BOX PASSENGER SIDE DRIVER SIDE ENGINE COMPARTMENT ENGINE MANAGEMENT
FUSE BOX FUSE BOX FUSE BOX FUSE BOX

† NOTE: Early production vehicles (➞ VIN 003300) have connector pin


numbers that differ from the volume production pin numbers shown.
Use the wire color code for pin identification on early production vehicles.

1 6 7 53 Fig. 01.2 6 40 Fig. 01.4 I


Input O
Output D Serial and Encoded
II II VARIANT: All Vehicles
19 Communications
Fig. 01.1 1 I
Fig. 02.1 VIN RANGE: All
1 5 54 84 Fig. 01.3 41 58 Fig. 01.5 Signal Ground (SG) C
CAN (Network) S
SCP Network DATE OF ISSUE: OCTOBER 1996
II E E E
Battery Power Distribution –
XK8 Range 1997 Battery Power Distribution – Driver and Passenger Side Fuse Boxes Driver and Passenger Side Fuse Boxes Fig. 01.2

3 2

NK NK NK NK
7 11.4 12.1 12.2 30 11.4 12.3 12.4

BATTERY POWER BUS


BATTERY POWER BUS

#1 20A FC6 SD1-2 #1 20A FC21 SP1-2


-1 -1
NS NS NR
8 07.2 31 13.1
#2 10A FC6 NR
-5
NU #2 10A FC21 FCS89 NR
9 14.1 -5 32 13.1

NU NU NU #3 FC21 NW
10 14.1 -3 33 13.1
#3 30A FC6 LF1-20 LFS20 NW NW
-3
NU DP1-4 DPS2 NW
11 14.1 34 15.1

RW NW NW NW
12 17.1 35 11.2 11.3 12.1
#4 5A FC21 AC13-14 ACS3
-8
RW RW NW
13 17.1 36 11.3 11.4 15.1
#4 10A FC6 FCS39 NW NW
-8
RW DD1-4 DDS2 NW
14 17.1 37 13.1

NB NB NW
15 BPM 38 10.1 13.1 13.2 15.1
#5 15A FC5
-9
NR NP
16 06.1 09.1 09.2 12.1 12.2 12.3 12.4 39 16.4
NP NP
NR NR NR #5 10A FC20 RT20-10 RTS2 NP
17 13.2 18.1 -9 40 16.4
#6 5A FC5 FCS19 RF1-7
-10
NR NY NY
18 13.2 41 07.1
NY AC12-20
NR
NY NY #6 10A FC20 FCS23 NY
19 BPM -10 42 07.1
#7 15A FC5
-4
NP NB NB
20 19.1 NOTE: Data Link Connector power supply: 43 BPM
Fuse #6 – early production vehicles (➞ VIN 003300) #7 20A FC20
-4
NP NP
21 11.2 Fuse #8 – volume production vehicles (VIN 003300 ➞) N
44 12.3 12.4
#8 5A FC5 FCS5 N N
-7
N #8 5A FC20 SP1-5 SPS1 N
22 12.1 12.2 -7 45 12.3 12.4
NP N NOTE: SPS1 – 3-way seat only.
#9 FC5 SD1-5 SDS6 N NP
-2 23 12.1 12.2 46 16.1 16.2 16.3
NP NP
NW (LHD) NU (RHD) NW (LHD) NU (RHD) #9 10A FC20 IC2-13 ICS1 NP
24 07.2 -2 47 16.1 16.2 16.3
#11 20A FC6 AC16-3 (LHD)
-2
AC15-2 (RHD) NU (LHD) NW (RHD) NU (LHD) NW (RHD)
48 07.2
#13 FC6 #11 20A FC21 AC15-2 (LHD)
-4 -2
NO NO NO N AC16-3 (RHD)
25 10.1 11.2 11.3 11.4 12.1 13.1 13.2 13.3 15.1
#15 25A FC5 FCS81 AC16-1 (LHD) DD1-22 #13 FC21
-3 -4
AC15-20 (RHD) NY NY NY N
49 10.1 11.3 13.1 13.2 13.3 15.1
NO NO NO #15 25A FC20 FCS82 AC15-20 (LHD) DP1-22
26 01.1 15.1 -3 AC16-1 (RHD)
RH2-8 BT2-8
NLG NLG NLG NY NY NY
27 01.1 18.1 50 01.1 15.1
NLG RH14-2 BT58-2 RH2-13 BT2-2
#17 10A FC5 FCS40 NLG NG NG
-1 28 18.1 51 BPM
#17 15A FC20
-1
NR NR NP
29 08.1 52 10.2
#18 5A FC5 NP
-6
#18 10A FC20 FCS88 NP
-6 53 10.2

DRIVER SIDE PASSENGER SIDE


FUSE BOX FUSE BOX

BPM NOTE: Body Processor Module


appears in numerous Figures.

1 6 7 53 Fig. 01.2 6 40 Fig. 01.4 I


Input O
Output D Serial and Encoded
II II VARIANT: All Vehicles
19 Communications
Fig. 01.1 1 I
Fig. 02.1 VIN RANGE: All
1 5 54 84 Fig. 01.3 41 58 Fig. 01.5 Signal Ground (SG) C
CAN (Network) S
SCP Network DATE OF ISSUE: OCTOBER 1996
II E E E
Battery Power Distribution –
XK8 Range 1997 Battery Power Distribution – Trunk, Engine Compartment, EMS Fuse Boxes Trunk, Engine Compartment, EMS Fuse Boxes Fig. 01.3

1 4 5

RELAYS RELAYS
Fig. 01.1 Fig. 01.1
COUPE NK
54 09.2 11.4 15.2

NK
55 15.2
BATTERY POWER BUS

BATTERY POWER BUS

BATTERY POWER BUS


NK CONV. NK NW
56 15.2 70 13.2
#1 5A BT13 BTS36 #9 10A LF6 #1 EM20
-7 -3 -1
NK
57 15.2
#10 LF8 #2 EM20
-2 -5
NK NLG NW NW
58 15.2 71 04.2 04.4 07.2 75 03.1
#12 30A LF7 #3 25A EM20
-3 -3
NS NS NG NO
59 11.5 72 04.2 04.4 07.2 76 04.1 04.3
#2 20A BT13 #14 30A LF8 NO
-1 -4
NG NY #4 5A EM20 EMS41 NO
60 16.1 16.2 16.3 73 06.1 -8 77 05.1
#16 30A LF7
-4
NG NG NG NR NY NY
61 16.3 74 06.1 78 04.2 04.4
#9 10A BT11 BTS42 IC4-1 #18 30A LF5 #5 10A EM19
-3 -1 -9
NG NG
62 16.3
IC4-2 #20 LF5 #6 EM19
-3 -10
NY NY
63 13.1 13.2 13.3
#10 20A BT13 #22 LF5 #7 EM19
-2 -2 -4
NU NLG
64 15.2 79 04.2 04.4 07.2
NU #8 10A EM19
ENGINE COMPARTMENT -7
#12 20A (CONV.) BT12 BTS32 NU FUSE BOX NG
-3 65 15.2 80 04.1 04.3
#9 30A EM19
-2
NO
66 15.2
NO #11 EM20
-2
#14 40A (CONV.) BT13 BTS4 NO
-4 67 15.2
#13 EM20
-4
#16 BT12 NG
-4 81 07.2
#15 30A EM19
-3
#18 BT10 NR NP
-1 68 15.2 82 07.2
NR #17 30A EM19
-1
#20 20A (CONV.) BT10 BTS31 NR NW
-3 69 15.2 83 04.2 04.4
#18 10A EM19
-6
#22 BT12
-7
ENGINE MANAGEMENT
TRUNK FUSE BOX FUSE BOX

1 6 7 53 Fig. 01.2 6 40 Fig. 01.4 I


Input O
Output D Serial and Encoded
II II VARIANT: All Vehicles
19 Communications
Fig. 01.1 1 I
Fig. 02.1 VIN RANGE: All
1 5 54 84 Fig. 01.3 41 58 Fig. 01.5 Signal Ground (SG) C
CAN (Network) S
SCP Network DATE OF ISSUE: OCTOBER 1996
II E E E
XK8 Range 1997 Ignition Switched Power Distribution Ignition Switched Power Distribution Fig. 01.4

3 1
II WP II
6 07.2
II

IGNITION POWER BUS


WP 7 07.1
II WN
#10 FC6 WP 8 07.1 #3 5A BT13
-7 II -8
WP WP WP WR WR 26 11.5
FCS8 ACS17 WP II
#12 10A FC6 AC15-3 9 07.2 #4 5A BT13
-10 II -9
IGNITION POWER BUS

WG WG 27 09.2
WP II
10 07.2 #5 5A BT11
II -2

WP 11 11.1 WN
II
BT10
-9
WG 12 04.2 04.4 28
II II

WG WG 13 08.1
FCS29 II
#14 10A FC5
-8
WG WG 14 04.3 09.2
II
EM2-17
WR WR 07.2
15 11.4
II
RF1-1 04.2 04.4
WR 16 07.2
WR WR II
RELAYS
EM2-3 EMS15 WR 17 07.2
WR II

#16 5A FC5 FCS63 WR 18 19.1 TRUNK FUSE BOX


-5 II

WR 19 05.1
II

WR 20 05.1
II
DRIVER SIDE
FUSE BOX

2 4
I II

WB 29 05.1
WG WG WB WB II
21 16.4
IGNITION AUXILIARY POWER BUS

IGNITION POWER BUS


I EMS42 WB
#10 5A FC21 RT20-12 #1 10A LF8 LF40-13 30 05.1
-7 -7 II
WY WY 22 16.1 16.2 16.3
I WR
#12 5A FC21 IC2-12 #2 LF8 31 13.2
-10 -1 II
WU WU 23 18.1
I WR
#14 20A FC20 32 09.3
-8 II
WK 24 17.1 WR
WK I LFS5 WR
#3 5A LF8 33 09.3
-8 II
#16 5A FC20 FCS32 WK 25 17.1
-5 I WR WR 34 09.3
II
LF60-9
WU WU 35 06.1
II
#4 5A LF8
-9
WK WK 36 03.1
II
PI2-12
PASSENGER SIDE
FUSE BOX WK 37 03.1
WK WK II

#5 10A LF6 LF40-10 EMS6 WK 38 04.1 04.3


-2 II
WR
LF5 WK 39 04.2 04.4
-9 II
40
II

07.2

09.1

RELAYS

ENGINE COMPARTMENT
FUSE BOX

1 6 7 53 Fig. 01.2 6 40 Fig. 01.4 I


Input O
Output D Serial and Encoded
II II VARIANT: All Vehicles
19 Communications
Fig. 01.1 1 I
Fig. 02.1 VIN RANGE: All
1 5 54 84 Fig. 01.3 41 58 Fig. 01.5 Signal Ground (SG) C
CAN (Network) S
SCP Network DATE OF ISSUE: OCTOBER 1996
II E E E
XK8 Range 1997 Engine Management Switched Power Supplies Engine Management Switched Power Supplies Fig. 01.5

5
E

ENGINE MANAGEMENT POWER BUS


WR 41 04.1 04.3
E

WR WR 42 04.1 04.3
EMS7 E
#10 5A EM20
-7
WR 43 05.1
E

WR 44 04.1 04.3
WR WR E

EL1-1 ELS3 WR 45 04.1 04.3


E

WU WU 46 04.2 04.4 07.2


E
LF40-12
WU 47 04.1 04.3
E

WU WU WU WU 48 04.1 04.3
EMS16 PIS6 E
#12 10A EM20 PI1-28
-10
WU 49 04.1 04.3
E

WP 50 04.1
WP WP E

PI1-47 PIS8 WP 51 04.1


E

WP 52 04.1 04.3
E

WP 53 04.1 04.3
E

WP WP 54 04.1 04.3
EMS30 E
#14 10A EM19
-8
WP 55 04.2 04.4
E

WP 56 04.1 04.3
E

WP 57 04.2 04.4 07.2


E

WY 58 04.1 04.3
E
#16 5A EM19
-5

ENGINE MANAGEMENT
FUSE BOX

1 6 7 53 Fig. 01.2 6 40 Fig. 01.4 I


Input O
Output D Serial and Encoded
II II VARIANT: All Vehicles
19 Communications
Fig. 01.1 1 I
Fig. 02.1 VIN RANGE: All
1 5 54 84 Fig. 01.3 41 58 Fig. 01.5 Signal Ground (SG) C
CAN (Network) S
SCP Network DATE OF ISSUE: OCTOBER 1996
II E E E
XK8 Range 1997 Ignition Switched Ground Distribution Ignition Switched Ground Distribution Fig. 02.1

III III III III

II II II II

I I I I

IGNITION SWITCH IGNITION SWITCH IGNITION SWITCH IGNITION SWITCH


(OFF) (I) (II) (III)

WO 2 14.1
II

WO 3 13.2
III RW II
1 BPM
FC4-1 WO 4 19.1
II WO II

FC4-3 FCS26 WO 5 BPM


BK I WN II

FCS48 FC4-5 FC4-2 WO WO WO 6 04.1 04.3 05.2 06.1 09.2 11.5


BK ACS15 II
AC13-2
IGNITION SWITCH
WO 7 04.1 04.3 05.2 06.1 09.2 11.5
II
FC3BL
RG 8 13.1 15.2
II

WO FC46-2 RG RG 9 01.1
FC46-1 RG II
LF60-8
FC46-3 FCS25 RG 10 01.1
II
INERTIA SWITCH
RG RG RG RG 11 01.1
BTS-7 II
RH2-9 BT1-16
RG 12 01.1
II

WN 13 01.1
I

WN WN WN 14 18.1
I
RH2-10 BT1-18
WN 15 10.2
I

WN 16 13.2
FCS20 I

WN 17 BPM
I

WN WN 18 07.1
I
AC13-1
WN 19 19.1
I

BPM
NOTE: Body Processor Module
appears in numerous Figures.

1 6 7 53 Fig. 01.2 6 40 Fig. 01.4 I


Input O
Output D Serial and Encoded
II II VARIANT: All Vehicles
19 Communications
Fig. 01.1 1 I
Fig. 02.1 VIN RANGE: All
1 5 54 84 Fig. 01.3 41 58 Fig. 01.5 Signal Ground (SG) C
CAN (Network) S
SCP Network DATE OF ISSUE: OCTOBER 1996
II E E E
XK8 Range 1997 Battery; Starter; Generator Battery; Starter; Generator Fig. 03.1

FALSE BULKHEAD
STUD CONNECTOR
N N
BT61 BT80 ST1
250A x 2
N 01.1
BT62
B N
BT67 BT66 BT60 250A BT63 N 01.1

BT68 BATTERY HIGH POWER


PROTECTION MODULE

NB
15 B+
FC14-80 O GO GO GO
FC14-73 EM1-15 EMS28
III RW RW I
1
FC4-1 FC14-41
II WO 02.1
FC4-3 Y D EM50
BK I WN FC14-39 NW 3 5 WR
02.1 75
FCS48 FC4-5 FC4-2 SU D
BK
FC14-92 37 WK 1 2 GO
IGNITION SWITCH II
FC3BL (III) ENGINE
CRANKING
CONTROL
STARTER RELAY †
I B
POWER
FC14-103
BK BK RU RU I I BK
LOGIC
FCS47 FC89-3 FC89-1 FC14-7 FC14-65
BK
NEUTRAL SWITCH
FC3BR

BODY PROCESSOR
MODULE FC3AS

I GO
ENGINE EM11-6
CRANK

FUEL PUMP
CONTROL GLASS BREAKAGE
AND IGNITION SU D SECURITY
FC22-9 ACKNOWLEDGE

SECURITY Y Y Y NOTE: Check market specification and/or


D D SECURITY
vehicle option specification for fitment of
ACKNOWLEDGE FCS74 ACKNOWLEDGE
EM10-17 EM3-8 FC22-17 Security Immobilization System.
D O O D
O.K. TO START O.K. TO START
EM10-6 EM2-18 FC22-16

ENGINE CONTROL
MODULE KEY TRANSPONDER MODULE
(OPTIONAL)
WR WR
ST3 EM60-2

ST2 N N
6

B
36 WK ST10
II
PI50-2
REGULATOR STARTER MOTOR
MAJOR INSTRUMENT PACK – CHARGE INDICATOR 08.1
SW SW SW
(CIRCUIT CONTINUED)
EM1-14 PI1-11 PI50-1

N B
AN3-1 AN1 ST11

B
AN3-2 AN2

GENERATOR

SUPPRESSION MODULE

† NOTE: Early production vehicles (➞ VIN 003300) have connector pin


numbers that differ from the volume production pin numbers shown.
Use the wire color code for pin identification on early production vehicles.

1 6 7 53 Fig. 01.2 6 40 Fig. 01.4 I


Input O
Output D Serial and Encoded
II II VARIANT: All Vehicles
19 Communications
Fig. 01.1 1 I
Fig. 02.1 VIN RANGE: All
1 5 54 84 Fig. 01.3 41 58 Fig. 01.5 Signal Ground (SG) C
CAN (Network) S
SCP Network DATE OF ISSUE: OCTOBER 1996
II E E E
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DOWNSTREAM UPSTREAM VARIABLE


ECM AND TCM EGR VALVES O2S HO2S VALVE TIMING
COOLING FAN EVAPP
MAFS CMPS CKPS KS KS ECTS VALVE SOLENOID VALVES
STEPPER MOTOR
A B A B
A B
58 WY B IATS
A B
E EM64-2 EM64-1 EMS43
B υ
υ λ λ λ λ
EM2AL S1 S2 S3 S4
(EMIAL)

PI35 -5 -2 -1 -4 -3 PI4 -2 -1 PI34 -4 -1 -6 -3 -2 -5 EM58 -2 -1 PI31 -1 -2 PI32 -1 -2

W
W
WR

U
S

B
41 B+
E
EM10-1
WK

WU
38 PI15 -1 -2 PI17 -1 -3 -2 PI26 -1 -2 PI27 -1 -2 EM22 -2 -1 EM24 -2 -1 EM21 -3 -4 -1 -2 EM23 -3 -4 -1 -2

BG

UP
GY
BY
B+
II
EM10-5

WU

WU
WP

WP

WP

RG
YG
BG

YU

YN
YR

PN

RY
UY
NO
76 B+

WP

WP
BRD

BRD

BRD

BRD

BRD

BRD
BRD

BRD

PU

PS
EM10-9 PIS10

G
U

R
N
O
B

S
42 WR B+ 47 50 51 52 48 49

BY
BY
E E E E E E E
EM14-3
BRAKE SWITCH BG
53 54
O E E
(LHD) EM10-20
O EM10-21
UW PI1 -56 -54 -52 -31 -57 PI1 -25 -26 -24 PI1 -22 -23 -21 PI1 -17 -18 PI1 -19 -20 PI1 -5 PI1 -8 -9 -10 -7 PI1-16 PI1-27
WO B GB US B

RG
YG
YU

YN
YR
UY

RY
BRD

BRD

BRD

BRD
6

GY

BG

UP
BY
BY
I EM10-22

N
B

S
II BK
AC26-4 AC26-1 I EM10-23
EMS2
BG
O EM11-8
UW EMS1
BG BG
7 WO B GB US ACS16 I EM11-9
UY PI1-6 PIS1 BG
II G
AC24-4 AC24-1 I EM11-10
US U
BRAKE SWITCH I EM11-11
(RHD) AC13-3 O EM11-12
BG
I EM11-13
BY
US US US I EM11-14
BG EMS3
FCS35 EM1-8 EM10-10 I EM11-15
R
I EM11-16
K
OU OU I UW UW PIS9
FC19 EM2-13 EM10-14 O EM12-1
YU PI1-14

O EM12-2
YG
PARKING BRAKE YN
O EM12-3
SWITCH †

BRD

BRD
O EM12-4
YR
I EM12-12
UP
03.1
O D I EM12-13
GY
O.K. TO START
EM10-6 I EM12-14
G
19.1
K D I EM12-15
R
SERIAL COMMUNICATION
EM10-12 I EM12-16
N
19.1
O D I EM12-17
U
SERIAL COMMUNICATION
EM10-13 O EM12-18
BY
PARK, NEUTRAL 05.1
G I I EM12-19
BY
(CIRCUIT CONTINUED) BP
EM10-15 O EM12-22
EMS CONTROL RELAY 01.1
PK O
EMS8
(CIRCUIT CONTINUED) PW
EM10-16 O EM13-11
SECURITY ACKNOWLEDGE 03.1
Y D O EM13-12
RW
EM10-17 O EM13-13
PY
19.1
G C– I EM13-17
N
CAN
EM10-25 I EM13-18
S
CAN 19.1
Y C+ I EM13-19
Y
EM10-26 I EM13-20
B
19.1
G C– I EM13-27
BG 44 45
CAN
P EMS9 E E
EM10-27 I EM13-28 PI1 -50 -49 -51 -12 PI1 -3 -4 -1
19.1
Y C+ EM13-29
O
CAN
EM10-28

BRD

BRD
UW

WR

WR
BK

BG

BG
UW
BY

G
I

U
EM14-4

K
19.1
P D O EM14-5
R
ECM PROGRAMMING
EM11-3 R R R VACUUM
O EM14-6
GO B EMS19 PI33-1 SWITCHING
PI2-7 PI42 PI42 PI42 PI42 PI42
ENGINE CRANK 03.1 I I EM14-7
-5 -3 -1 -4 -2 PI6 -3 -4 -1 -2 EL2-2 EL3-2 VALVES
EM11-6 I EM14-8
B
I EM14-9
B 1 2 3
19.1
W D I EM14-10
B
ECM PROGRAMMING
EM13-2 O EM14-11
G
O EM14-12
G G G
EMS18 PI2-6 PI33-2
GY B+ O EM15-1
PS
EM16 PU THROTTLE
EM14-1 O PEDAL MECHANICAL EL2-1 EL3-1 EL4 -1 -2
EM15-2 MOTOR POSITION GUARD
NG 3 5 GY GY PN

B
80 B+ O EM15-3 TPS
EMS20 RG

RW

PW
EM14-2

PY
O EM15-8 ELS1
PEDAL POSITION AND
56 WP 1 2 GR RY

B
E
O O EM15-9 MECHANICAL GUARD SENSORS
EM13-14 I EM15-11
B EL1-5
B
I EM15-12 THROTTLE ASSEMBLY

B
I EM15-22
B PW EMS31
THROTTLE MOTOR EL1-4 RW
POWER RELAY †

B
EMS38 EMS37 EMS36
EL1-2 PY
BK EM1BR
B EM1AL
B EM1AR EL1-3 EM2AR
ENGINE CONTROL (EM2BR) (EM2AL) (EM2AR) NOTE: ELS1 – LHD Coupe and RHD Convertible only. (EM1AR)
MODULE
(CONTINUED Fig. 04.2)
† NOTE: Early production vehicles (➞ VIN 003300) have connector pin
numbers that differ from the volume production pin numbers shown.
Use the wire color code for pin identification on early production vehicles.

1 6 7 53 Fig. 01.2 6 40 Fig. 01.4 I


Input O
Output D Serial and Encoded
II II VARIANT: AJ26 NAS Vehicles
19 Communications
Fig. 01.1 1 I
Fig. 02.1 VIN RANGE: All
1 5 54 84 Fig. 01.3 41 58 Fig. 01.5 Signal Ground (SG) C
CAN (Network) S
SCP Network DATE OF ISSUE: OCTOBER 1996
II E E E
XK8 Range 1997 AJ26 NAS Engine Management, Part 2 AJ26 NAS Engine Management, Part 2 Fig. 04.2

CRUISE CONTROL
TRUNK FUSE BOX SWITCH IGNITION COILS

DIMMER OVERRIDE RLG 1A 2B 3B 4A 1B 2A 3A 4B


BRAKE CANCEL (CIRCUIT CONTINUED)
10.2
3 5 NY SWITCH (LHD) FC63
1 -10 560 Ω 560 Ω
#7 20A BT11-1 SP
PG WU
28 1 2 KN FC63
II AC26-2 AC26-3 -7
BT11-10 PG WU WU WU WG 12
ACS14 ACS22 FCS71 FC63 FC63 II
AC13-16 -9 ON / OFF -8
FUEL PUMP RELAY (#4) † BT2-6
PG WU
PI18-2 -1 PI23-2 -1 PI24-2 -1 PI21-2 -1 PI22-2 -1 PI19-2 -1 PI20-2 -1 PI25-2 -1
AC24-2 AC24-3

GW
PW

PW

PW

PW

PW

PW

PW

PW
GO
GU

GR
BRAKE CANCEL

GS

GK

GP
GB
W NY
BT55-2 SWITCH (RHD)
KN 680 Ω
FUEL CASSETTE
PUMP SR SR SR SET – BO
B B RH1-11 AC13-15 EM3-2 SC3-4
SW1
SW2-4 SW3-3 430 Ω SW3-4
-4
BT55-1
SET +
PW PW
PIS5
FUEL TANK KN PG WU SP 680 Ω
PI1-53

BT2AL CASSETTE
SG SG SG CANCEL BO
EM2-9 EM3-6 EM3-3 EM3-4 SW1 430 Ω SWS1 EM26
EM3-1 SC3-3 -3 SW2-3 SW3-1 SW3-2
PI1-40 PI1-42 PI1-41 PI1-39 PI1-46 PI1-45 PI1-44 PI1-43
O UG PW PW 5 3 NW
EM10-2 CASSETTE RESUME 83
ULG BO BO BO PW EMS22

GW

GO
GU

GR
GS

GK

GP
GB
I EM10-3
UN SW1 UB 2 1 WP
I EM10-4 SC3-12 -6 SW2-6
CRUISE CONTROL SWITCHES 55
FCS48 E
I EM10-11
PG EM27 EM27 EM27 EM27 EM27 EM29 EM29 EM29 EM29 EM29
-8 -7 -12 -11 -10 -8 -11 -7 -12 -10
BK STEERING WHEEL
I EM11-1
SR
CAUTION: The steering wheel contains two logic ground IGNITION COIL
I WU FC3BL RELAY †
EM11-4 circuits that must remain separate. Do not connect or
I EM11-5
SG cross-switch the BO and BK circuits. IGNITION 1A 2B 3B 4A 1B 2A 3A 4B IGNITION
MODULE 1 MODULE 2
I EM12-5
WU EM27 EM27 EM27 EM27 EM27 EM27 EM29 EM29 EM29 EM29 EM29 EM29
-1 -2 -3 -6 -5 -9 -9 -1 -2 -5 -3 -6
I EM12-6
YW
I EM12-8
SLG
I EM12-9
SG
O EM12-10
RY
UG UG AC4-7 I
KN EM1-13 ULG AC13-9 ULG
O EM13-1 AC3-1 O
SP EM2-12 UN AC12-19 UN
O EM13-3 AC4-9 O
W EM1-3 UB AC12-12 UB

LGW

LGO
LGU

LGR
O

LGS

LGK

LGP

LGY
EM13-15 AC4-17 I
WU RLG EM2-14 RLG AC12-14 RLG

B
O EM13-16 AC1-1 I
UB EM2-6 AC12-13
O EM13-22
O EM13-23
LGK
LGO EMS31
O EM13-24
O EM13-25
LGW NOTE: Refer to Fig. 07.1 and
Fig. 07.2 for complete A/C circuits. AIR CONDITIONING
O LGU
EM13-26 CONTROL MODULE
O EM13-31
LGY
LGR EM2AR EM17
O EM13-32 (EM1AR)
O LGS RLG 5 3 NLG
EM13-33 79
O EM13-34
LGP EMS26
RY 2 1 WP 57
BO E
O EM15-4
O EM15-5
BY
O EM15-6
BW
AIR CONDITIONING
O EM15-7
BU COMPRESSOR CLUTCH RELAY †
O EM15-15
BP OG
O EM15-16
BG LF9-2

O BN W W WU 46
EM15-17
E
RLG RLG B
O EM15-18
BS LF40-6 LF9-9 LF9-8
PI1-13 PI36-1

OY NG AIR CONDITIONING
PI1-30 PI1-32 PI1-33 PI1-34 PI1-35 PI1-36 PI1-37 PI1-38 72
LF9-5 LF9-3 COMPRESSOR
ENGINE CONTROL WU WU CLUTCH
MODULE
LF40-7 LF9-7
EM5
NY 3 5 BR BR B P
78
PI2-5 PIS2 LF9-1
2–30 BAR
39 WK 1 2 B UB UB UB BK BK
II EMS31
LF2AR LF3-6 LF57-5 LF57-2
B 20 BAR
WU WU WU
LF40-9 LF57-1
FUEL INJECTION EM2AR
RADIATOR FAN CONTROL 12 BAR
YW YW YW BK BK
BW
BG

BO
BU

BR
BN

BR

BR

BR

BR

BR

BR
BR

RELAY MODULE
BS

BY

BP

RELAY † (EM1AR)
LF40-11 LF57-3 LF57-4 LFS25
BK
OG NLG
PI7-2 -1 PI8-2 -1 PI9-2 -1 PI10-2 -1 PI11-2 -1 PI12-2 -1 PI13-2 -1 PI14-2 -1 71 REFRIGERANT
NOTE: ECM power supplies and grounds LF12-1 LF12-2
4-WAY PRESSURE LF2BL
shown on Fig. 04.1. SWITCH
RH RADIATOR FAN

OY B
LF13-2 LF13-1
1A 2A 3A 4A 1B 2B 3B 4B LF2AL
LH RADIATOR FAN
FUEL INJECTORS † NOTE: Early production vehicles (➞ VIN 003300) have connector pin
numbers that differ from the volume production pin numbers shown.
Use the wire color code for pin identification on early production vehicles.

1 6 7 53 Fig. 01.2 6 40 Fig. 01.4 I


Input O
Output D Serial and Encoded
II II VARIANT: AJ26 NAS Vehicles
19 Communications
Fig. 01.1 1 I
Fig. 02.1 VIN RANGE: All
1 5 54 84 Fig. 01.3 41 58 Fig. 01.5 Signal Ground (SG) C
CAN (Network) S
SCP Network DATE OF ISSUE: OCTOBER 1996
II E E E
XK8 Range 1997 AJ26 ROW Engine Management, Part 1 AJ26 ROW Engine Management, Part 1 Fig. 04.3
VARIABLE
ECM AND TCM HO2S HO2S VALVE TIMING EVAPP CATALYST
COOLING FAN MAFS CMPS CKPS KS KS ECTS SOLENOID VALVES VALVE THERMOCOUPLES
A B
WY A B
58 B IATS
A B A B
E EM64-2 EM64-1 EMS43
B υ
υ λ λ
EM2AL
(EMIAL)

PI35 -5 -2 -1 -4 -3 PI4 -2 -1 PI31 -1 -2 PI32 -1 -2 EM58 -2 -1

W
W
W
WR

U
S

B
S
41 B+
E
EM10-1 14
WK II

WU
38 PI15 -1 -2 PI17 -1 -3 -2 PI26 -1 -2 PI27 -1 -2 EM21 -3 -4 -1 -2 EM23 -3 -4 -1 -2 EM56 -2 -1 -4 -3

BG

UP
GY
BY
B+
II
EM10-5

WU

WU

WP
RG
BG

RY

PN
UY

WG
NO

R
Y
76 B+

WP

WP
BRD

BRD

BRD

BRD
BRD

BRD

PU

PS
EM10-9 PIS10

G
R
N
O
B

S
42 WR B+ 47 48 49 52

BY
BY
E E E E E EM52 EM52 EM52 EM52 EM52
EM14-3
BRAKE SWITCH 53 54 -5 -2 -1 -6 -7
O BG E E
(LHD) EM10-20
O EM10-21
UW PI1 -56 -54 -52 -31 -57 PI1 -25 -26 -24 PI1 -22 -23 -21 PI1 -17 -18 PI1 -19 -20 PI1 -5 PI1-16 PI1-27
WO B GB US B

RG
UY

RY
BRD

BRD

BRD

BRD
6

GY

BG

UP
BY
BY
I EM10-22

N
B

S
II BK
AC26-4 AC26-1 I EM10-23
EMS2
O EM11-8
UW EMS1
BG BG BG EM52 EM52
CATALYST
-8 -3
7 WO B GB US ACS16 I EM11-9
UY PI1-6 PIS1 BG SWITCHING MODULE
II B UR
AC24-4 AC24-1 I EM11-10
G
US U
BRAKE SWITCH I EM11-11
(RHD) AC13-3 O EM11-12
BG EMS31 EM2-16

BY
I EM11-13 B
US US US I EM11-14
BG
FCS35 EM1-8 EM10-10 I EM11-15
R EMS3 EM2AR UR 08.1
EXHAUST TEMPERATURE
(EM1AR) WARNING INDICATOR
I EM11-16
K (CIRCUIT CONTINUED)
OU OU I UW UW
FC19 EM2-13 EM10-14 EM12-1
YU PI1-8 PI1-14 PIS9 NOTE: Exhaust temperature
YG warning – Japan only.
EM12-2 PI1-9
PARKING BRAKE YN NOT USED
SWITCH † EM12-3 PI1-10
EM12-4
YR PI1-7
I EM12-12
UP
03.1
O D I EM12-13
GY
O.K. TO START
EM10-6 I EM12-14
G
19.1
K D I EM12-15
R
SERIAL COMMUNICATION
EM10-12 EM12-16
N EM24-2
19.1
O D EM12-17
U EM22-2
SERIAL COMMUNICATION NOT USED
EM10-13 O EM12-18
BY EM24-1
PARK, NEUTRAL 05.1
G I I EM12-19
BY EM22-1
(CIRCUIT CONTINUED) BP
EM10-15 O EM12-22
EMS CONTROL RELAY 01.1
PK O
EMS8
(CIRCUIT CONTINUED) PW
EM10-16 O EM13-11
03.1
Y D O EM13-12
RW
SECURITY ACKNOWLEDGE
EM10-17 O EM13-13
PY
CAN 19.1
G C– I EM13-17
N
EM10-25 I EM13-18
S NOTE: Vacuum Switching Valves –
Y Y Cruise Control equipped vehicles.

BRD

BRD
CAN 19.1 C+ I EM13-19
EM10-26 I EM13-20
B
CAN 19.1
G C– I EM13-27
BG 44 45
P EMS9 E E
EM10-27 I EM13-28 PI1 -50 -49 -51 -12 PI1 -3 -4 -1
19.1
Y C+ EM13-29
O
CAN
EM10-28

BRD

BRD
UW

WR

WR
BK

BG

BG
UW
BY

G
I

U
EM14-4

K
ECM PROGRAMMING 19.1
P D O EM14-5
R
EM11-3 R R R VACUUM
O EM14-6
GO B EMS19 PI33-1 SWITCHING
I I PI2-7 PI42 PI42 PI42 PI42 PI42
ENGINE CRANK 03.1 EM14-7
-5 -3 -1 -4 -2 PI6 -3 -4 -1 -2 EL2-2 EL3-2 VALVES
EM11-6 I EM14-8
B
I EM14-9
B 1 2 3
ECM PROGRAMMING 19.1
W D I EM14-10
B
EM13-2 O EM14-11
G
GY B+ O EM14-12
G G G
EM16 EM14-1 EMS18 PI2-6 PI33-2
NG 3 5 GY GY O PS
80 B+ EM15-1 THROTTLE
EMS20 EM14-2 O EM15-2
PU MOTOR PEDAL MECHANICAL EL2-1 EL3-1 EL4 -1 -2
POSITION GUARD
56 WP 1 2 GR PN

B
O O EM15-3
E TPS
RG

RW

PW
EM13-14

PY
O EM15-8 PEDAL POSITION AND ELS1
RY MECHANICAL GUARD SENSORS

B
O EM15-9
I EM15-11
B EL1-5
THROTTLE MOTOR
POWER RELAY † I EM15-12
B
THROTTLE ASSEMBLY

B
I EM15-22
B PW EMS31
EL1-4 RW

B
EMS38 EMS37 EMS36
EL1-2 PY
BK EM1BR
B EM1AL
B EM1AR
EL1-3 EM2AR
ENGINE CONTROL (EM2BR) (EM2AL) (EM2AR) NOTE: ELS1 – LHD Coupe and RHD Convertible only. (EM1AR)
MODULE
(CONTINUED Fig. 04.4)
† NOTE: Early production vehicles (➞ VIN 003300) have connector pin
numbers that differ from the volume production pin numbers shown.
Use the wire color code for pin identification on early production vehicles.

1 6 7 53 Fig. 01.2 6 40 Fig. 01.4 I


Input O
Output D Serial and Encoded
II II VARIANT: AJ26 ROW Vehicles
19 Communications
Fig. 01.1 1 I
Fig. 02.1 VIN RANGE: All
1 5 54 84 Fig. 01.3 41 58 Fig. 01.5 Signal Ground (SG) C
CAN (Network) S
SCP Network DATE OF ISSUE: OCTOBER 1996
II E E E
XK8 Range 1997 AJ26 ROW Engine Management, Part 2 AJ26 ROW Engine Management, Part 2 Fig. 04.4

CRUISE CONTROL
TRUNK FUSE BOX SWITCH IGNITION COILS

DIMMER OVERRIDE RLG 1A 2B 3B 4A 1B 2A 3A 4B


BRAKE CANCEL (CIRCUIT CONTINUED)
10.2
3 5 NY SWITCH (LHD) FC63
1 -10 560 Ω 560 Ω
#7 20A BT11-1 SP
PG WU
28 1 2 KN FC63
II AC26-2 AC26-3 -7
BT11-10 PG WU WU WU WG 12
ACS14 ACS22 FCS71 FC63 FC63 II
AC13-16 -9 ON / OFF -8
FUEL PUMP RELAY (#4) † BT2-6
PG WU
PI18-2 -1 PI23-2 -1 PI24-2 -1 PI21-2 -1 PI22-2 -1 PI19-2 -1 PI20-2 -1 PI25-2 -1
AC24-2 AC24-3

GW
PW

PW

PW

PW

PW

PW

PW

PW
GO
GU

GR
BRAKE CANCEL

GS

GK

GP
GB
W NY
BT55-2 SWITCH (RHD)
KN 680 Ω
FUEL CASSETTE
PUMP SR SR SR SET – BO
B B RH1-11 AC13-15 EM3-2 SC3-4
SW1
SW2-4 SW3-3 430 Ω SW3-4
-4
BT55-1
SET +
PW PW
PIS5
FUEL TANK KN PG WU SP 680 Ω
PI1-53

BT2AL CASSETTE
SG SG SG CANCEL BO
EM2-9 EM3-6 EM3-3 EM3-4 SW1 430 Ω SWS1 EM26
EM3-1 SC3-3 -3 SW2-3 SW3-1 SW3-2
PI1-40 PI1-42 PI1-41 PI1-39 PI1-46 PI1-45 PI1-44 PI1-43
O UG CASSETTE PW PW 5 3 NW
EM10-2 RESUME 83
ULG BO BO BO PW EMS22

GW

GO
GU

GR
GS

GK

GP
GB
I EM10-3
UN SW1 UB 2 1 WP
I EM10-4 SC3-12 -6 SW2-6
CRUISE CONTROL SWITCHES 55
FCS48 E
I EM10-11
PG EM27 EM27 EM27 EM27 EM27 EM29 EM29 EM29 EM29 EM29
-8 -7 -12 -11 -10 -8 -11 -7 -12 -10
STEERING WHEEL
BK
I SR
EM11-1 CAUTION: The steering wheel contains two logic ground IGNITION COIL
I EM11-4
WU FC3BL circuits that must remain separate. Do not connect or RELAY †
I EM11-5
SG cross-switch the BO and BK circuits. 1A 2B 3B 4A 1B 2A 3A 4B
IGNITION IGNITION
MODULE 1 MODULE 2
I EM12-5
WU EM27 EM27 EM27 EM27 EM27 EM27 EM29 EM29 EM29 EM29 EM29 EM29
-1 -2 -3 -6 -5 -9 -9 -1 -2 -5 -3 -6
I EM12-6
YW
I EM12-8
SLG
I EM12-9
SG
O EM12-10
RY
UG UG AC4-7 I
KN EM1-13 ULG AC13-9 ULG
O EM13-1 AC3-1 O
SP EM2-12 UN AC12-19 UN
O EM13-3 AC4-9 O
W EM1-3 UB AC12-12 UB

LGW

LGO
LGU

LGR
O

LGS

LGK

LGP

LGY
EM13-15 AC4-17 I
WU RLG EM2-14 RLG AC12-14 RLG

B
O EM13-16 AC1-1 I
UB EM2-6 AC12-13
O EM13-22
O EM13-23
LGK
LGO EMS31
O EM13-24
O EM13-25
LGW NOTE: Refer to Fig. 07.1 and
Fig. 07.2 for complete A/C circuits. AIR CONDITIONING
O LGU
EM13-26 CONTROL MODULE
O EM13-31
LGY
LGR EM2AR EM17
O EM13-32 (EM1AR)
O LGS RLG 5 3 NLG
EM13-33 79
O EM13-34
LGP EMS26
RY 2 1 WP 57
BO E
O EM15-4
O EM15-5
BY
O EM15-6
BW
AIR CONDITIONING
O EM15-7
BU COMPRESSOR CLUTCH RELAY †
O EM15-15
BP OG
O EM15-16
BG LF9-2

O BN W W WU 46
EM15-17
E
RLG RLG B
O EM15-18
BS LF40-6 LF9-9 LF9-8
PI1-13 PI36-1

OY NG AIR CONDITIONING
PI1-30 PI1-32 PI1-33 PI1-34 PI1-35 PI1-36 PI1-37 PI1-38 72
LF9-5 LF9-3
ENGINE CONTROL COMPRESSOR
MODULE WU WU CLUTCH
LF40-7 LF9-7
EM5
NY 3 5 BR BR B P
78
PI2-5 PIS2 LF9-1
2–30 BAR
39 WK 1 2 B UB UB UB BK BK
II EMS31
LF2AR LF3-6 LF57-5 LF57-2
B 20 BAR
WU WU WU
LF40-9 LF57-1
FUEL INJECTION EM2AR
RADIATOR FAN CONTROL 12 BAR
YW YW YW BK BK
BW
BG

BO
BU

BR
BN

BR

BR

BR

BR
BR

BR

BR

RELAY † RELAY MODULE


BS

BY

BP

(EM1AR)
LF40-11 LF57-3 LF57-4 LFS25
BK
OG NLG
NOTE: ECM power supplies and PI7-2 -1 PI8-2 -1 PI9-2 -1 PI10-2 -1 PI11-2 -1 PI12-2 -1 PI13-2 -1 PI14-2 -1 71 REFRIGERANT
LF12-1 LF12-2
grounds shown on Fig. 04.1. 4-WAY PRESSURE LF2BL

RH RADIATOR FAN SWITCH

OY B
LF13-2 LF13-1
1A 2A 3A 4A 1B 2B 3B 4B LF2AL
LH RADIATOR FAN
† NOTE: Early production vehicles (➞ VIN 003300) have connector pin
FUEL INJECTORS numbers that differ from the volume production pin numbers shown.
Use the wire color code for pin identification on early production vehicles.

1 6 7 53 Fig. 01.2 6 40 Fig. 01.4 I


Input O
Output D Serial and Encoded
II II VARIANT: AJ26 ROW Vehicles
19 Communications
Fig. 01.1 1 I
Fig. 02.1 VIN RANGE: All
1 5 54 84 Fig. 01.3 41 58 Fig. 01.5 Signal Ground (SG) C
CAN (Network) S
SCP Network DATE OF ISSUE: OCTOBER 1996
II E E E
XK8 Range 1997 AJ26 Automatic Transmission AJ26 Automatic Transmission Fig. 05.1

NOTE: Gear Selector Module – CAN ‘Listen only’


node for gear selector position indicators.

TRANSMISSION
TRANSMISSION ROTARY SWITCH GEAR SELECTOR MODULE †

FLUID L1 L2 L3 L4 P, N
TURBINE SPEED TEMPERATURE PRESSURE SOLENOID OUTPUT SPEED
SENSOR SENSOR REGULATORS VALVES SENSOR
330 Ω
WR 19
B+ II
P FC88
-1

υ R
330 Ω
– C
G 19.1 CAN
1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 330 Ω
FC88
-3
N
+ C
Y 19.1 CAN
FC88
330 Ω -4
EM46 EM46 EM46 EM46 EM46 EM46 EM46 EM46 EM46 EM46 EM46 EM46 EM46 EM46 EM46 EM46 D
– C
G 19.1 CAN
-6 -5 -13 -14 -16 -2 -3 -7 -11 -15 -12 -8 -9 -4 -1 -10
FC88
B S RB Y W N G 330 Ω -8
4
+ C
Y 19.1 CAN
N G BU UY RU OG OU OR OK OB RY YB YP YU U R FC88
330 Ω -9
EM47 EM47 EM47 EM47 EM47 EM47 EM47 3
-E -A -8 -C -D -J -K
330 Ω
BK BK
2 FC88 FCS47
-6
BY S RB Y W WR G
NO O OU
77 B+ EM7-1 FC3BR
EM7-26 O EM7-2
RS
29 WB
II
B+ 43
EM7-54 O EM7-4
OK E

30 WB B+ O EM7-5
OG
II B G
EM7-55 I EM7-6 PARK, NEUTRAL
04.1 04.3
G RB (CIRCUIT CONTINUED)
CAN 19.1 C– I EM7-8
EM7-82 I EM7-9
W
19.1
Y C+ BY BY
CAN EMS25
EM7-83 I EM7-12
RP EM1-18

19.1
G C– I EM7-13
US US US US BY BY
CAN
EM7-85 I EM7-14 N EM1-17 FC83-1 FC83-3 FCS62

Y C+ EM7-15
BRD
CAN 19.1 D–4 BY
EM7-86 EM7-16
U SWITCH

I EM7-18
BS
AC12-11

BU
EM7-21 KICKDOWN SWITCH BY
I EM7-22
UY (LHD)
I EM7-23
BRD
BS BY
O EM7-28
BY AC27-1 AC27-2 ACS12

O EM7-29
OR BS BS BS ACS11
O EM7-30
YB EM1-16 AC12-15
BS BY
O EM7-32
YU AC25-1 AC25-2

O EM7-33
YP
B KICKDOWN SWITCH
I EM7-34
(RHD)

I EM7-36
S
I EM7-37
Y
560 Ω
I EM7-42 G RS RS WR 20
FC35 FC35 II
EM3-11
-7 MODE 560 Ω -8
I EM7-44
R STATE RLG 10.2 DIMMER OVERRIDE
RG FC35 (CIRCUIT CONTINUED)
I EM7-45 -10
RP RP
O OB EM3-13 FC35 10Κ Ω 10Κ Ω
EM7-51 -9
O EM7-52
RY
O EM7-53
RU
RG RG BK BK
EM3-14 FC35 FC35 FCS47
-2 -1
EMS43
TRANSMISSION
CONTROL MODULE B MODE SWITCH FC3BR

EM2AL
(EM1AL)

† NOTE: Early production vehicles (➞ VIN 003300) have connector pin


numbers that differ from the volume production pin numbers shown.
Use the wire color code for pin identification on early production vehicles.

1 6 7 53 Fig. 01.2 6 40 Fig. 01.4 I


Input O
Output D Serial and Encoded
II II VARIANT: All Vehicles
19 Communications
Fig. 01.1 1 I
Fig. 02.1 VIN RANGE: All
1 5 54 84 Fig. 01.3 41 58 Fig. 01.5 Signal Ground (SG) C
CAN (Network) S
SCP Network DATE OF ISSUE: OCTOBER 1996
II E E E
XK8 Range 1997 Gear Shift Interlock Gear Shift Interlock Fig. 05.2

BRAKE SWITCH
(LHD)

6 WO B GB US
II
AC26-4 AC26-1
US US US US I
ACS16
AC13-3 FCS35 EM1-8 EM10-10
7 WO B GB US
II Y
AC24-4 AC24-1 C +
EM1-6 EM10-28
BRAKE SWITCH G
(RHD) C –
EM1-7 EM10-27

ENGINE CONTROL
MODULE

Y C +
FC88-4
G C –
FC88-3
Y C +
FC88-9
G C –
FC88-8

GEAR SELECTOR
MODULE †

Y C +
FC25-24
G C –
FC25-47

– S U U 19.1 SCP
FC25-20 FCS11

+ S S S 19.1 SCP
FC25-19 FCS12

MAJOR INSTRUMENT PACK

NB
15 B+ (LOGIC)
FC14-80
NY
19 B+ (SOLENOIDS)
FC14-104

– S U
FC14-84
5 WO I + S S
II
FC14-15 FC14-85
17 WN I O OG OG B B
I FC86 FC86
FC14-32 FC14-48 FCS46
-1 -2

GEARSHIFT
INTERLOCK FC2BR
CONTROL GEARSHIFT INTERLOCK (FC4BR)
SOLENOID

O RW RW B B B
FC14-51 SC1-1 SC1-2 FCS49
BK BK BK SB SB I
FCS47 FC87-3 FC87-1 FC14-58
I B FC4BR
NOT-IN-PARK POWER KEYLOCK SOLENOID (FC2BR)
MICROSWITCH FC14-103
I BK
FC3BR LOGIC COLUMN SWITCHGEAR
FC14-65

BODY PROCESSOR
MODULE FC3AS

† NOTE: Early production vehicles (➞ VIN 003300) have connector pin


numbers that differ from the volume production pin numbers shown.
Use the wire color code for pin identification on early production vehicles.

1 6 7 53 Fig. 01.2 6 40 Fig. 01.4 I


Input O
Output D Serial and Encoded
II II VARIANT: All Vehicles
19 Communications
Fig. 01.1 1 I
Fig. 02.1 VIN RANGE: All
1 5 54 84 Fig. 01.3 41 58 Fig. 01.5 Signal Ground (SG) C
CAN (Network) S
SCP Network DATE OF ISSUE: OCTOBER 1996
II E E E
XK8 Range 1997 Anti-Lock Braking; Traction Control Anti-Lock Braking; Traction Control Fig. 06.1

BRAKE FLUID
RESERVOIR

NR O UO UO
74 B+
LF37-9 LF37-1 LF40-1 EM37-2 EM37-1

35 WU
II
B+
LF37-20 I UB UB
NY LF37-13 LF40-2
73 B+
LF37-25 I S S
LF37-3 LF42-2 FR1-2 RH FRONT
WHEEL SPEED
Y C + SENSOR
CAN 19.1 G G
LF37-5 FR1-1
LF37-4 LF42-1
19.1
G C –
CAN
LF37-15

NOT USED C +
LF37-11
C – Y Y Y Y Y
NOT USED
LF37-10 LF37-6 LF60-5 RH1-16 BT2-11 BT73-1 RR1-1 RH REAR
WHEEL SPEED
I O O O O O SENSOR
ADAPTIVE DAMPING OVERRIDE 11.5
UP O RR1-2
BRAKE SWITCH (CIRCUIT CONTINUED) LF37-7 LF60-4 RH1-15 BT2-10 BT73-2
LF37-19
(LHD)

6 WO B GB US
II
AC26-4 AC26-1
US US US US I I W W
ACS16
AC13-3 FCS35 LF60-1 LF37-2 LF37-17 LF41-2 FL1-2 LH FRONT
WO B GB US WHEEL SPEED
7 R R SENSOR
II
AC24-4 AC24-1 FL1-1
LF37-18 LF41-1
BRAKE SWITCH
(RHD)

I P P P P P
NR RY RY O LF37-21 LF60-2 RH1-17 BT2-12 BT72-2 RL1-2 LH REAR
16
FC55-9 FC55-11 LF60-6 LF37-16 WHEEL SPEED
STABILITY / TRACTION U U U U U SENSOR
STATE
LF37-22 LF60-3 RH1-18 BT2-13 BT72-1 RL1-1

I B
B B R R I LF37-8
FCS49 FC55-16 FC55-12 LF60-7 LF37-14 I B
LF37-24
STABILITY / TRACTION
CONTROL SWITCH
FC4BR
(FC2BR)
CENTER CONSOLE SWITCH PACK ABS / TRACTION CONTROL LF3AS
CONTROL MODULE

1 6 7 53 Fig. 01.2 6 40 Fig. 01.4 I


Input O
Output D Serial and Encoded
II II VARIANT: All Vehicles
19 Communications
Fig. 01.1 1 I
Fig. 02.1 VIN RANGE: All
1 5 54 84 Fig. 01.3 41 58 Fig. 01.5 Signal Ground (SG) C
CAN (Network) S
SCP Network DATE OF ISSUE: OCTOBER 1996
II E E E
XK8 Range 1997 Climate Control, Part 1 Climate Control, Part 1 Fig. 07.1
COMPRESSOR AMBIENT DIFFERENTIAL
LOCK ASPIRATOR TEMPERATURE CONTROL SOLAR
SENSOR ASSEMBLY SENSOR POTENTIOMETER VENT ASSEMBLY SENSOR EVAPORATOR / HEATER MATRIX ASSEMBLY

IN-CAR ASPIRATOR VENT DEFROST EVAPORATOR HEATER MATRIX COOL AIR BYPASS FOOT WELL
TEMPERATURE MOTOR SERVO SERVO TEMPERATURE TEMPERATURE SERVO SERVO
SENSOR SENSOR SENSOR

υ
υ υ υ
B B BW OY

PI37 PI37 LF29 LF29


-1 -2 -2 -1

SB BW BW UB LGW B BW OY BW P OU BW RG PR SR OR RY RU P P O KU UG BW SU UO GU UY UW UR P

PI1 PI1 FC12 FC12 FC12 FC12 LF60 LF60 FC48 FC48 FC48 FC44 FC44 FC44 FC44 FC44 FC44 FC44 FC44 FC52 FC52 AC7 AC7 AC7 AC7 AC7 AC7 AC7 AC7 AC7 AC7
-55 -2 -1 -2 -3 -4 -11 -10 -2 -1 -3 -2 -3 -5 -4 -6 -8 -7 -9 -1 -2 -1 -10 -2 -3 -5 -4 -6 -8 -7 -9
NOTES: When the ignition switched ground input is
interrupted during engine cranking, the A/CCM does not SB BW BW UB LGW B BW OY BW P OU BW RG PR SR OR RY RU P P OP KU UG BW SU UO GU UY UW UR P
drive high power consuming components. FCS46
The A/C Isolate Relay remains energized by the A/CCM for B
30 seconds after the ignition is switched OFF to provide EM1 EM1 AC15 AC12 AC15 AC15 AC15 AC15 AC15 AC15 AC15 AC15 AC15
power for the A/CCM to ‘park’ the servos. -11 -12 -9 -18 FC2BR -5 -18 -12 -14 -13 -15 -17 -16 -4
(FC4BR)
The ignition switched power supply to AC3-10 ‘selects’ SB BW UB LGW OY OU RG PR SR OR RY RU OP
compressor lock sensing.
AC15
-6
P P
7 WP WP B+
FCS34 FCS33 AC15-10
II RY
AC3-10 O AC1-6
8 WP WP B+ O AC1-7
PR
II PY
AC4-1 O AC1-8
18 WN WN I O AC1-9
RB
I UW
AC4-3 O AC1-12
NY NY O UO
41 B+ AC1-13
AC4-5 O AC1-19
RU
O AC1-20
SR
FC24 4
O AC1-21
Y
NY 3 5 GY GY O NR
42 B+ AC1-22
AC13-12 AC4-2 O AC1-25
UR
B B 2 1 GW GW O O AC1-26
GU
FCS49 AC15-8 AC4-15 BW
I AC2-1
OP AC15-11
FC4BR
I RG
(FC2BR) AIR CONDITIONING AC2-2
ISOLATE RELAY I AC2-3
YW
I AC2-5
SU
I AC2-9
OU
I AC2-10
OR BW
ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE 08.1
SG SG I I AC2-11
YG
(CIRCUIT CONTINUED) UY
AC12-10 AC2-6 I AC2-13
ENGINE SPEED 08.1
PY PY I
(CIRCUIT CONTINUED) S
AC12-8 AC4-6 O AC3-2
VEHICLE SPEED 08.1
OU OU I D AC3-3
SG
(CIRCUIT CONTINUED) SB
AC12-9 AC4-16 I AC3-4
I AC3-5
OY
SERIAL COMMUNICATION 19.1
K D I AC3-6
UG ACS4

AC4-10 D AC3-7
SY
19.1
O D O AC3-8
SR
SERIAL COMMUNICATION
AC4-21 I AC3-11
UB
I AC3-12
KU ACS21

O AC4-4
WU
O AC4-8
P AC12-6 AC12 AC12 AC12 AC12
-2 -3 -4 -1 P BW YG PY Y P BW YW RB NR
O AC4-12
WR 10.2
I AC4-13
B AC12-5 DIMMER
CONTROLLED
O AC4-14
B B WR WU SR SY SG S RK RLG 10.2
LIGHTING

O AC4-18
LGW AC12-7 AC5 AC5 AC5 AC5 AC5 AC6 AC6 AC6 AC6 AC6
O AC4-19
BW -1 -2 -6 -12 -7 -1 -2 -6 -12 -7

I AC4-20
BK
FC43 FC43 FC43 FC43 FC43 FC43 FC43 FC43 FC43 P BW YG PY Y P BW YW RB NR
-7 -5 -6 -2 -3 -4 -1 -8 -9

B WR WU SR SY SG S R RLG

AIR CONDITIONING
CONTROL MODULE I I I I D D I I I
FC3CS
B+ B+

DIMMER
DATA

OVERRIDE

LOCATE
ILLUMINATION
CLOCK
DATA
START
FRESH / RECIRCULATION FRESH / RECIRCULATION
SERVO SERVO

CONTROL PANEL LH BLOWER AIR INTAKE RH BLOWER AIR INTAKE

1 6 7 53 Fig. 01.2 6 40 Fig. 01.4 I


Input O
Output D Serial and Encoded
II II VARIANT: All Vehicles
19 Communications
Fig. 01.1 1 I
Fig. 02.1 VIN RANGE: All
1 5 54 84 Fig. 01.3 41 58 Fig. 01.5 Signal Ground (SG) C
CAN (Network) S
SCP Network DATE OF ISSUE: OCTOBER 1996
II E E E
XK8 Range 1997 Climate Control, Part 2 Climate Control, Part 2 Fig. 07.2

EM45
NP 3 5 GK B
82
EM48-1 EM48-2
PS 2 1 WR 16
II
RH WINDSHIELD HEATER
NLG OG OG NOTE: Radiator cooling and Air Conditioning EM1BL
71 (EM1BS)
LF12-2 LF12-1 LF9-2 Compressor circuits are duplicated here for
clarity. Refer to Figures 04.2 and 04.4. RH WINDSHIELD HEATER
W W WU 46 RELAY †
RH RADIATOR FAN LF40-6 LF9-9 LF9-8 E

EM44
B OY OY NG NG 3 5 GS B
72 81
LF13-1 LF13-2 LF9-5 LF9-3 EM49-1 EM49-2
WU WU EM17
EMS24
PS 2 1 WR 17
LH RADIATOR FAN LF40-7 LF9-7 RLG 5 3 NLG II
LF2AL 79 LH WINDSHIELD HEATER
EM2BS
(EM2BL)
B RY 2 1 WP 59
LF9-1 E PS LH WINDSHIELD HEATER
RELAY †
FC28
LF2AR AIR CONDITIONING
COMPRESSOR CLUTCH NS 3 5 RN RN RN RN B B B
EM2-4 8
O EM10-2
UG RELAY † AC13-4 ACS1 DD1-5† DD8-9 DD8-11 DDS1 DD1-1
RADIATOR FAN CONTROL
I EM10-3
ULG RELAY MODULE LGR 2 1 WP 6 FC4AL
UN II DRIVER MIRROR (FC2AL)
I EM10-4 AC15-19
RLG RLG B
WU EMS26 PI1-13 PI36-1 RN RN B B B
I EM12-5 PS DOOR MIRROR HEATER
I EM12-6
YW RELAY † DP1-5† DP8-9 DP8-11 DPS1 DP1-1

O EM12-10
RY AIR CONDITIONING FC2AL
COMPRESSOR (FC4AL)
PASSENGER MIRROR
W CLUTCH
O EM13-15
O EM13-16
WU AC13-8
BT13-10
3 5 UY UY B
EM2 EM1 EM1 1
-12 -13 -3 P #17 25A BT13-3 BT58-3 RH17 RH18
ULG UG UN 28 1 2 LGP
2–30 BAR II
UB UB UB BK BK BT10-8
ENGINE CONTROL HEATED BACKLIGHT
MODULE LF3-6 LF57-5
20 BAR
LF57-2 RH2S
HEATED BACKLIGHT RELAY (#2) †
AC12 AC13 AC12
WU WU WU
-19 -9 -12 LF40-9 LF57-1
12 BAR TRUNK FUSE BOX
YW YW YW BK BK
LF40-11 LF57-3 LF57-4 LFS25 LGP LGP
BK
AC13-10 RH2-7 BT2-1
RLG RLG RLG REFRIGERANT
I AC1-1 4-WAY PRESSURE LF2BL
O AC1-2
U AC12-13 EM2-6 SWITCH RHD 24
O AC1-3
UY AC20

O PS NU 3 5 UW UW
AC1-4 LHD 48
O AC1-5
LGR AC6-5

O AC1-16
LGN UY 2 1 WP 10
RW II
O AC1-17
O AC1-18
LGP
UB
RH BLOWER MOTOR 1
AC12-14 EM2-14 RELAY †
US U
AC12-17 AC12-16
AC6-13 4

B B
U RW 2
AC6-8

I AC2-7
US
O AC2-8
GO GO G
I AC2-15
UK AC6-10 3

O AC2-16
GP FC2AL

RH BLOWER MOTOR
O AC3-1
ULG
EM2-5 LF60-18
RHD 48
I AC4-7
UG AC20

O UN U NW 8 10 UR UR
AC4-9 LHD 24
I AC4-17
UB AC5-5
U B B B P Y YW YW 5 3 LGN 7 6 WP 9
4 II
EM43-2 EM43-1 EMS31 EM41-2 EM41-1 LF3-1 LF7-2 #15 10A
RW 2 1
40
LF5-5 II
AIR CONDITIONING HEATER VALVE HEATER PUMP LH BLOWER MOTOR 1
CONTROL MODULE HEATER PUMP RELAY (#1) † RELAY †
UK U
AC5-13 4
B ENGINE COMPARTMENT
FUSE BOX B B
NOTE: A/CCM power supplies and grounds shown on Fig. 07.1. 2
AC5-8

GP G
EM2AR AC5-10 3
(EM1AR)
FC4AL

LH BLOWER MOTOR

† NOTE: Early production vehicles (➞ VIN 003300) have connector pin


numbers that differ from the volume production pin numbers shown.
Use the wire color code for pin identification on early production vehicles.

1 6 7 53 Fig. 01.2 6 40 Fig. 01.4 I


Input O
Output D Serial and Encoded
II II VARIANT: All Vehicles
19 Communications
Fig. 01.1 1 I
Fig. 02.1 VIN RANGE: All
1 5 54 84 Fig. 01.3 41 58 Fig. 01.5 Signal Ground (SG) C
CAN (Network) S
SCP Network DATE OF ISSUE: OCTOBER 1996
II E E E
XK8 Range 1997 Instrument Packs Instrument Packs Fig. 08.1

RN
B+ B+
NR FC25-3 FC79-17
29 B+
FC25-25 O RO ILLUMINATION
ILLUMINATION SUPPLY
13 WG FC25-28 FC79-8
II
B+
FC25-2

BATTERY VOLTAGE O RK I BATTERY CHARGE


WARNING
DIMMER CONTROLLED 10.2
RO I ILLUMINATION FC26-1 FC79-11
LIGHTING SUPPLY
FC25-27 OIL PRESSURE O OW I OIL PRESSURE
WARNING
DIMMER CONTROLLED 10.2
RLG I DIMMER FC26-2 FC79-18
LIGHTING OVERRIDE
FC26-21 BATTERY VOLTAGE O RG I BATTERY VOLTAGE
GAUGE
FC26-8 FC79-13
O RS I BATTERY VOLTAGE
BATTERY VOLTAGE
GAUGE
SCP 19.1
S S + FC26-9 FC79-12
FC25-19 BATTERY VOLTAGE O RB I BATTERY VOLTAGE
GAUGE
19.1
U S – FC26-11 FC79-15
SCP
FC25-20 O RU I BATTERY VOLTAGE
BATTERY VOLTAGE
GAUGE
FC26-12 FC79-14

CAN 19.1
Y C + OIL PRESSURE O OB I OIL PRESSURE
GAUGE
FC25-24 FC26-10 FC79-20

CAN 19.1
G C – OIL PRESSURE O OU I OIL PRESSURE
GAUGE
FC25-47 FC26-15 FC79-19

CAN 19.1
Y C + O OS I OIL PRESSURE
OIL PRESSURE GAUGE
FC25-23 FC26-17 FC79-9

19.1
G C – O OG I OIL PRESSURE
CAN OIL PRESSURE GAUGE
FC25-48 FC26-18 FC79-10

A/CCM 07.1
PY O ENGINE SPEED
FC26-3

A/CCM 07.1
SG O ENGINE COOLANT
TEMPERATURE
FC26-4

A/CCM 07.1
OU O VEHICLE SPEED
BK BK I
FC26-5 FCS48 FC79-16
POWER ASSISTED STEERING
11.1
UB O VEHICLE SPEED
CONTROL MODULE
FC26-6 FC3BL MINOR INSTRUMENT PACK
ADAPTIVE DAMPING 11.5
ON O VEHICLE SPEED
CONTROL MODULE
FC26-7
(CIRCUITS CONTINUED) RADIO / CASSETTE UW
16.1 16.2 16.3 O VEHICLE SPEED
HEAD UNIT
FC26-20

TRIP SELECT I UY
ADAPTIVE DAMPING
11.5
SO I ADAPTIVE DAMPING FC25-13 FC27-7 A/B
CONTROL MODULE WARNING (TRIP SELECT)
FC25-6

GENERATOR 03.1
SW I CHARGE WARNING RESET I O
FC26-22 FC25-36 FC27-9 000
YW BR (RESET)
AIRBAG / SRS I AIRBAG WARNING
CONTROL MODULE
17.1
FC26-16 FC25-33 FC27-2
EXHAUST
CATALYST 04.3
UR UR I OVER-TEMPERATURE MESSAGE I Y
SWITCHING MODULE WARNING
EM2-16 FC26-24 FC25-35 FC27-8
CLEAR

IMPERIAL; R
1 ΚΩ METRIC; I
RW RW RW O U.S.A. FC25-14 FC27-1
FUEL LEVEL MI / KM
SENSOR BT7 BT2-18 RH1-14 FC26-14
900Ω E F 80Ω

BT8 TRIP COMPUTER


SWITCH PACK
BW BW BW I FUEL LEVEL GAUGE
BT2-17 RH1-13 FC26-13

TRIP CYCLE I SU SU BK BK BK BK
P FC25-10 SC2-5 SCS1 SC2-9 FCS48

TRIP CYCLE SWITCH


OS OS OS I OIL PRESSURE (ON / OFF) FC3BL
CLOSES WITH PRESSURE PI40-1 PI1-48 EM2-8 FC26-19
COLUMN SWITCH GEAR
OIL PRESSURE
SWITCH

I BK BK
FC25-1 FCS48
BK BK OP OP I LOW COOLANT I B B
EMS38 WARNING FCS49
EM55-1 EM55-2 EM1-19 FC26-23 FC25-26

EM1BR COOLANT LEVEL SWITCH FC4BR


(EM2BR) (FC2BR) FC3BL

MAJOR INSTRUMENT PACK

1 6 7 53 Fig. 01.2 6 40 Fig. 01.4 I


Input O
Output D Serial and Encoded
II II VARIANT: All Vehicles
19 Communications
Fig. 01.1 1 I
Fig. 02.1 VIN RANGE: All
1 5 54 84 Fig. 01.3 41 58 Fig. 01.5 Signal Ground (SG) C
CAN (Network) S
SCP Network DATE OF ISSUE: OCTOBER 1996
II E E E
XK8 Range 1997 Audible Warnings Audible Warnings Fig. 08.2

NB
15 B+
FC14-80
NY
19 B+
FC14-104
RW I
1
FC14-41
SCP SOURCES: 5 WO I
• DIRECTION INDICATORS; HAZARD WARNING; SIDELAMPS – Fig. 09.1, Fig. 09.2 II
FC14-15
• VALET SWITCH; TRUNK RELEASE – Fig. 13.1 17 WN I
I
• MEMORY – Fig. 12.1 FC14-32

• CONVERTIBLE TOP MOVEMENT – Fig. 15.2


AUDIBLE O GR GR
• KEY-IN-IGNITION SWITCH / DRIVER DOOR SWITCH – Fig. 13.1 WARNING 1
FC14-82 SC1-10 SC7-1
• NOT-IN-PARK SWITCH – Fig. 05.2
AUDIBLE O GB GB
• SEAT BELT SWITCH – Fig. 12.1 WARNING 2
FC14-83 SC1-11 SC7-2

19.1
U S –
SCP
FC14-84 SPEAKER
19.1
S S +
SCP
FC14-85
COLUMN SWITCHGEAR
AUDIBLE
WARNING
CONTROL AUDIBLE WARNINGS:
• DIRECTION INDICATORS
• HAZARD WARNING
B I • SIDELAMPS ON
POWER
FC14-103 • VALET MODE WARNING
BK I • GEAR SELECTOR IN PARK
LOGIC
FC14-65 • MEMORY CHIME
• CONVERTIBLE TOP MOVEMENT (CONVERTIBLE VEHICLES)
FC3AS
BODY PROCESSOR MODULE • KEY-IN-IGNITION SWITCH / DRIVER DOOR AJAR (NAS VEHICLES ONLY)
• SEAT BELT DISCONNECTED (NAS VEHICLES ONLY)

1 6 7 53 Fig. 01.2 6 40 Fig. 01.4 I


Input O
Output D Serial and Encoded
II II VARIANT: All Vehicles
19 Communications
Fig. 01.1 1 I
Fig. 02.1 VIN RANGE: All
1 5 54 84 Fig. 01.3 41 58 Fig. 01.5 Signal Ground (SG) C
CAN (Network) S
SCP Network DATE OF ISSUE: OCTOBER 1996
II E E E
XK8 Range 1997 Exterior Lighting – Front Exterior Lighting – Front Fig. 09.1

UB
#21 10A LF5-4

NOTE: ‘Crank’ input used with Daytime Running Lamps. 3 5 UW


4
19.1
U #19 10A LF7-10
SCP
1 2 UG
4
19.1
S LF5-7
SCP
UY
MAIN BEAM RELAY (#3) †
NB #8 10A LF6-8
15 B+
FC14-80 3 5 UK
4
S U NG #6 10A LF6-4
– 51 B+
FC25-20 FCS11 FC14-79 1 2 US
4
S S RW I LF6-9
+ 1
FC25-19 FCS12 FC14-41 OB
DIP BEAM RELAY (#5) †
5 WO I LF8-3
LIGHTING II
INDICATORS FC14-15 3 5 OW
4
#17 15A LF8-10

U S – 40 1 2 OG
II LF5-8 OB B
FC14-84
S S + LF32-1 LF32-2
MAJOR INSTRUMENT PACK FRONT FOG RELAY (#2) †
FC14-85
LH FRONT FOG LAMP
ENGINE COMPARTMENT FUSE BOX
NR OG O OG OG UB
16
FC55-9 FC55-18 FC14-20 FCS37 LF1-7 LF31-3
FRONT FOG STATE
O US MAIN

FC14-68 LF1-5 UY B
FC55-20
REAR FOG STATE O UG LF31-2 LF31-4
OR OR I FC14-45 LF1-6 DIP

FC55-17 FC14-38 O RK RK
FRONT FOG
FC14-53 LF1-10 LF31-1
BK BK
SIDELAMP
FCS47 FC55-2 FC55-19
REAR FOG
O GY GY B
PY PY I FC14-2 LF1-2 LF31-5 LF31-6
DI
HAZARD FC55-1 FC14-59

B B PW PW O LH FRONT LAMP UNIT


FCS49 FC55-16 FC55-3 FC14-96
HAZARD STATE
O RB RB B
FC4BR
FC3BR (FC2BR) FC14-54 LF1-9 LF11-1 LF11-2
CENTER CONSOLE SWITCH PACK LIGHTING
CONTROL LH SIDE MARKER (NAS ONLY)

O GO GO B
LFS9
FC14-27 LF1-3 LF4-1 LF4-2 B
U U U I LF2BR
SC2-2 FC14-30
LH SIDE DI REPEATER (ROW)
HEADLAMP
FLASH

UB UB UB I
HEADLAMP SC2-6 FC14-14
MAIN BEAM OW B
YG YG YG I LF22-1 LF22-2
BK BK BK BK SC2-7 FC14-88
FCS48 SC2-9 SCS1 KG KG KG I RH FRONT FOG LAMP
DIRECTION SC2-8 FC14-61

FC3BL
INDICATOR UW
UY UY UY I LF21-3
SC2-4 FC14-42 MAIN
DIP UK B
SIDE RY RY RY RY I LF21-2 LF21-4
OFF SCS2 SC2-3 FCS9 FC14-16 DIP

O RY RY
LIGHTING STALK FC14-1 LF1-11 LF21-1
SIDELAMP

O GK GK B
COLUMN SWITCH GEAR
FC14-3 LF1-1 LF21-5 LF21-6
DI
DIMMER MODULE – 10.2
RY
SIDE LAMPS ON
RH FRONT LAMP UNIT

O RW RW B
LFS8
FC14-28 LF1-8 LF10-1 LF10-2 B
B I LF1AL
NOTE: DI bulb failure – BPM internal function. POWER
FC14-103 RH SIDE MARKER (NAS ONLY)
Daytime Running Lamps – BPM programmed function. BK I LOGIC
FC14-65 O GR GR GR GR B B B B
FC14-81 LF1-4 LF40-8 EL1-6 EL5-1 EL5-2 ELS1 EL1-5 EMS31

RH SIDE DI REPEATER (ROW) EM2AR


FC3AS BODY PROCESSOR MODULE (EM1AR)

NOTE: ELS1 – Cruise Control vehicles only.


† NOTE: Early production vehicles (➞ VIN 003300) have connector pin
numbers that differ from the volume production pin numbers shown.
Use the wire color code for pin identification on early production vehicles.

1 6 7 53 Fig. 01.2 6 40 Fig. 01.4 I


Input O
Output D Serial and Encoded
II II VARIANT: All Vehicles
19 Communications
Fig. 01.1 1 I
Fig. 02.1 VIN RANGE: All
1 5 54 84 Fig. 01.3 41 58 Fig. 01.5 Signal Ground (SG) C
CAN (Network) S
SCP Network DATE OF ISSUE: OCTOBER 1996
II E E E
XK8 Range 1997 Exterior Lighting – Rear Exterior Lighting – Rear Fig. 09.2

NOTE: BTS5 – Adaptive damping only.

US 11.5 ADAPTIVE DAMPING BRAKE SWITCH (LHD)


BT11-5

UG US GB B WO 6
BT11-8 II
#8 5A AC26-1 AC26-4
NK NK B+ (REVERSE LAMPS)
3 5 UP
54 1
BT40-6 #6 5A BT11-4

U FCS11 U U U S – 1 2 US US US US US US US GB B WO 7
SCP 19.1 1 II
RH12-15 BT1-10 BT40-16 O OG BT11-9 BTS5 BT1-9 RH12-1 FCS35 AC13-3 ACS16 AC24-1 AC24-4

19.1
S FCS12 S S S S + BT40-7 RK
SCP STOP LAMP RELAY (#5) †
RH12-16 BT1-11 BT40-8 O YW #19 5A BT12-10 BRAKE SWITCH (RHD)
BT40-5 3 5 RY
LIGHTING 1
#21 5A BT10-4
CONTROL 1 2 RS
1
+ S S BK I I R BT10-7 RW B
19.1
Y C + FC25-19 BT40-13 BT41-1 UO BT27-1 BT27-2
CAN TAIL LAMP RELAY (#3) †
FC25-24 – S U BTS21
BK I BT11-7

G C – FC25-20 BT40-14 3 5 OB LH SIDE MARKER (NAS ONLY)


CAN 19.1
BK 1
FC25-47 #15 10A BT12-2

BT1AR 28 1 2 OG OB
REVERSE SECURITY AND LOCKING II BT10-5 BTS3
CONTROL MODULE BT31-7
GEAR
FOG
REAR FOG RELAY (#1) †
LIGHTING YW
INDICATORS BTS9 BT31-6
TRUNK FUSE BOX
REVERSE
RO B
U S – BT31-2 BT31-1
MAJOR INSTRUMENT PACK TAIL
FC14-84
S S + UB
BULB FAILURE
FC14-85 R O SENSING BT31-3
NB BT18-25 RY STOP
15 B+ (LOGIC)
FC14-80 BT18-16 GY
NY 27 WG RK BT31-4
19 B+ (LIGHTING)
II
B+
DI
FC14-104 BT18-24 BT18-17
NG UP
51 B+ (LIGHTING)
FC14-79 BT18-14 LH TAIL LAMP UNIT
RW I UO
NOTE: ‘Crank’ input activates general bulb failure output. 1
FC14-41 BT18-15 RU B B
5 WO I RO BL4-1 BL4-2 BLS1
II LH TAIL;
FC14-15 BT18-21
SIDE MARKER
LIGHTING LAMPS RW LH NUMBER PLATE LAMP
BTS40 BL1-1
NR CONTROL BT18-23
16 RU RU RU B
FC55-16 FC55-18 BLS2
FRONT FOG STATE RH TAIL; BT18-18 BB1-2 BL1-2
NUMBER PLATE
OY OY O LAMPS RG
RU B BB1-1
REAR FOG STATE FC55-20 FC14-44 BT18-22
UB BL5-1 BL5-2 B
LH STOP LAMP
BT18-19
FRONT FOG FC55-17 RH NUMBER PLATE LAMP
BK BK RH STOP LAMP
UW
BTS23
BK BK OP OP I BTS21 BT18-26 BT18-20
FCS47 FC55-2 FC55-19 FC14-12 GK B
REAR FOG