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BODY ELECTRICAL – BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
BE09Y–01

PRECAUTION
Take care to observe the following precautions when performing inspections or removal and replacement of body electrical related parts. 1. HEADLIGHT SYSTEM z Halogen bulbs have pressurized gas inside and require special handling. They can burst if scratched or dropped. Hold a bulb only by its plastic or metal case. Don’t touch the glass part of a bulb with bare hands. 2. SRS (SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM) z The CAMRY is equipped with an SRS (Supplemental Restraint System) such as the driver airbag and front passenger airbag. Failure to carry out service operation in the correct sequence could cause the SRS to unexpectedly deploy during servicing, possibly leading to a serious accident. Before servicing (including removal or installation of parts, inspection or replacement), be sure to read the precautionary notices in the RS section. 3. AUDIO SYSTEM z If the negative (–) terminal cable is disconnected from the battery, the preset AM, FM 1 and FM 2 stations stored in memory are erased, so make sure to note the stations and reset them after the negative (–) terminal cable is reconnected to the battery. z If the negative (–) terminal cable is disconnected from the battery, the ”ANTI–THEFT SYSTEM” will operate when the cable is reconnected, but the radio, tape player and CD player will not operate. Be sure to input the correct ID number so that the radio, tape player and CD player can be operated again. 4. MOBILE COMMUNICATION SYSTEM z If the vehicle is equipped with a mobile communication system, refer to precautions in the IN section.

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Date :

2221

BE–2
BODY ELECTRICAL – BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
BE09Z–03

PROBLEM SYMPTOMS TABLE
POWER OUTLET
Symptom Suspect Area 11.Battery 12.POWER OUTLET Fuse (I/P J/B No.1) 13.Wire Harness See page – – –

Electric power source cannot be taken out of the power outlet

HEADLIGHT AND TAILLIGHT SYSTEM (USA)
Symptom Headlight does not light. (Taillight is normal) Suspect Area 1. HEAD–(LH, RH) Fuse (E/G Room J/B No.2) 2. Headlight Bulb 3. Wire Harness 1. 2. 3. 4. HEAD–(LH, RH) Fuse (E/G Room J/B No.2) Headlight Control Relay (E/G Room J/B No.2) Headlight Bulb Wire Harness See page – – – – BE–24 – – – – – – BE–24 – BE–24 BE–24 – BE–24 – – – BE–14 BE–24 BE–14 – BE–24 BE–14 – – BE–24 BE–24 BE–14 – – – – BE–37 – – BE–14 BE–32 –

Headlight does not light. (Taillight does not light up)

Only one side light does not light.

1. HEAD–(LH, RH) Fuse (E/G Room J/B No.2) 2. Headlight Bulb 3. Wire Harness 1. Headlight Bulb 2. Light Control Switch 3. Wire Harness 1. Headlight Dimmer Switch 2. Light Control Switch 3. Wire Harness 1. Headlight Dimmer Switch 2. Wire Harness 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. GAUGE Fuse (I/P J/B No.1) DOME Fuse (E/G Room J/B No.2) Integration Relay (I/P J/B No.2) Door Courtesy Switch (Driver’s) Ignition Switch Wire Harness

”Lo–Beam” does not light.

”Hi–Beam” does not light.

”Flash” does not light.

”Auto Turn–off System” does not operate.

Taillight does not light. (Headlight does not light)

1. Light Control Switch 2. Integration Relay (I/P J/B No.1) 3. Wire Harness 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. TAIL Fuse (I/P J/B No.1) Taillight Control Relay (I/P J/B No.1) Light Control Switch Integration Relay (I/P J/B No.1) Wire Harness

Taillight does not light. (Headlight is normal)

Only one side light does not light.

1. Bulb 2. Wire Harness 1. Bulb 2. Light Failure Sensor 3. Wire Harness 1. 2. 3. 4. GAUGE Fuse (I/P J/B No.1) Integration Relay (I/P J/B No.1) Door Courtesy Switch (Driver’s) Wire Harness

Rear Combination light does not light.

”Auto Turn–off System” does not operate.

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Date :

2222

BE–3
BODY ELECTRICAL – BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

HEADLIGHT AND TAILLIGHT SYSTEM (CANADA)
Symptom Headlight does not light. (Taillight is normal) Headlight does not light. (Taillight does not light up) 1. Wire Harness Suspect Area See page –

1. Wire Harness

Only one side light does not light.

1. Headlight Bulb 2. HEAD LO (LH, RH) Fuse (E/G Room R/B No.2) 3. Wire Harness 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Headlight Bulb HEAD LO (LH, RH) Fuse (E/G Room R/B No.2) Headlight Control Relay (E/G Room J/B No.2) Integration Relay (I/P J/B No.1) Light Control Switch Wire Harness

– – – – – BE–24 BE–14 BE–24 – – – – – – BE–24 – BE–24 – BE–24 BE–24 BE–24 – – – – – – BE–24 – BE–24 – BE–24 BE–24 BE–24 – – – BE–14 BE–24 BE–14 – – – – – BE–24 – –

”Lo–Beam” does not light.

”Hi–Beam” does not light.

Headlight Bulb ECU–B Fuse (E/G Room J/B No.2) HEAD HI (LH, RH) Fuse (E/G Room J/B No.2) DRL Fuse (E/G Room R/B No.2) Daytime Running Light Relay No.2 (E/G Room R/B No.2) 6. Daytime Running Light Relay No.3 (E/G Room R/B No.2) 7. Daytime Running Light Relay No.4 (E/G Room R/B No.2) 8. Daytime Running Light Relay (Main) 9. Headlight Dimmer Switch 10.Wire Harness 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Headlight Bulb ECU–B Fuse (E/G Room J/B No.2) HEAD HI (LH, RH) Fuse (E/G Room J/B No.2) DRL Fuse (E/G Room R/B No.2) Daytime Running Light Relay No.2 (E/G Room R/B No.2) 6. Daytime Running Light Relay No.3 (E/G Room R/B No.2) 7. Daytime Running Light Relay No.4 (E/G Room R/B No.2) 8. Daytime Running Light Relay (Main) 9. Headlight Dimmer Switch 10.Wire Harness 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. GAUGE Fuse (I/P J/B No.1) DOME Fuse (E/G Room J/B No.2) Integration Relay (I/P J/B No.2) Door Courtesy Switch (Driver’s) Ignition Switch Wire Harness Headlight Bulb ECU–B Fuse (E/G Room J/B No.2) GAUGE Fuse (I/P J/B No.1) HEAD HI (LH, RH) Fuse (E/G Room J/B No.2) Daytime Running Light Relay (Main) Wire Harness Other Parts*

”Flash” does not light.

”Auto Turn–off System” does not operate.

Headlight does not light with engine running and light control SW OFF.

Author :

Date :

2223

BE–4
BODY ELECTRICAL – BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM BE–14 BE–24 – – BE–24 BE–14 BE–24 – – – – BE–37 – – BE–14 BE–24 –

Taillight does not light. (Headlight does not light)

1. Integration Relay (I/P J/B No.1) 2. Light Control Switch 3. Wire Harness 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. TAIL Fuse (I/P J/B No.1) Taillight Control Relay (I/P J/B No.1) Integration Relay (I/P J/B No.1) Light Control Switch Wire Harness

Taillight does not light. (Headlight is normal)

Only one side light does not light.

1. Bulb 2. Wire Harness 1. Bulb 2. Light Failure Sensor 3. Wire Harness 1. 2. 3. 4. GAUGE Fuse (I/P J/B No.1) Integration Relay (I/P J/B No.1) Door Courtesy Switch (Driver’s) Wire Harness

Rear Combination light does not light.

”Auto Turn–off System” does not operate.

*Terminal L of generator and parking brake switch TURN SIGNAL AND HAZARD WARNING SYSTEM
Symptom ”Hazard” and ”Turn” do not light up. Suspect Area 1. Hazard Warning Switch 2. Turn Signal Flasher 3. Wire Harness 1. Bulb 2. Turn Signal Switch 3. Wire Harness 1. HORN Fuse (E/G Room J/B No.2) 2. Wire Harness 1. Hazard Warning Switch 2. Wire Harness 1. 2. 3. 4. Ignition Switch TURN Fuse (I/P J/B No.1) Turn Signal Switch Wire Harness See page BE–30 BE–30 – – BE–30 – – – BE–30 – BE–14 – BE–30 – – BE–30 – BE–30 – – –

The flashing frequency is abnormal.

Hazard warning light does not light up. (Turn is normal.) Hazard warning light does not light up in one direction.

*1Turn signal does not light up.

*2Turn signal does not light up.

1. TURN Fuse (I/P J/B No.1) 2. Turn Signal Switch 3. Wire Harness 1. Turn Signal Switch 2. Wire Harness 1. Bulb 2. Wire Harness

Turn signal does not light up in one direction.

Only one bulb does not light up.

*1: Combination meter, wiper and washer do not operate. *2: Combination meter, wiper and washer are normal. INTERIOR LIGHT SYSTEM
Symptom Suspect Area 1. Door Courtesy Switch 2. Integration Relay (I/P J/B No.1) 3. Wire Harness 1. Bulb 2. Wire Harness 1. DOME Fuse (E/G Room J/B No.2) 2. Wire Harness See page BE–32 BE–14 – – – – –

”Illuminated Entry System” does not operate.

Only one interior light does not light up.

Interior light does not light up (All).

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Date :

2224

BE–5
BODY ELECTRICAL – BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM – BE–32 – – BE–32 – – BE–32 –

Dome light does not light up.

1. Bulb 2. Dome Light 3. Wire Harness 1. Bulb 2. Map Light 3. Wire Harness 1. Bulb 2. Luggage compartment door courtesy switch 3. Wire Harness

Map Light does not light up.

Luggage compartment light does not light up.

BACK–UP LIGHT SYSTEM
Symptom 1. 2. 3. 4. Suspect Area GAUGE Fuse (I/P J/B No.1) Ignition Switch Wire Harness Bulb See page – BE–14 – – BE–35 DI–424 DI–479 – – –

Back–Up Light does not light up.

Back–Up Light remains always ON.

1. Back–Up Light Switch (M/T) 2. Park/Neutral Position Switch (A/T) 3. Wire Harness

(A140E) (A541E)

Only one light does not light up.

1. Bulb 2. Wire Harness

STOP LIGHT SYSTEM
Symptom Suspect Area 1. STOP Fuse (I/P J/B No.1) 2. Stop Light Switch 3. Wire Harness 1. Wire Harness 1. Bulb 2. Wire Harness See page – BE–37 – – – –

Stop light does not light up. Only one light always lights up. Only one light does not light.

WIPER AND WASHER SYSTEM *1: Inspect wiper arm and blade set position
Symptom 1. 2. 3. 4. Suspect Area WIPER Fuse (I/P J/B No.1) Wiper Switch Wiper Motor Wire Harness See page – BE–40 BE–40 – BE–40 BE–40 – BE–40 BE–40 – BE–40 BE–40 – BE–40 –

Wiper and washers do not operate.

Wipers do not operate in LO or HI.

1. Wiper Switch 2. Wiper Motor 3. Wire Harness 1. Wiper Switch 2. Wiper Motor 3. Wire Harness 1. Washer Switch 2. Washer Motor 3. Wire Harness 1. Washer Motor 2. Wire Harness

Wipers do not operate in INT.

Washer motor does not operate.

Wipers do not operate when washer switch in ON.

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Date :

2225

3. 2. Meter Circuit Plate 3. z When the wiper switch is OFF. 4. Wire Harness *1Wiper COMBINATION METER METER. 3. (Except Discharge. Meter Circuit Plate 3. 1. Only one illumination light does not light up. GAUGE Fuse (I/P J/B No. Washer Hose and Nozzle 1. ABS ECU 3. Wire Harness 1. z In wiper switch HI position. Fuel Gauge and Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge do not operate. ABS warning light does not light up. Wire Harness 1. Wire Harness Author : Date : 2226 . 3. 2.1) 2. COMBINATION METER WARNING LIGHTS: Symptom Warning lights do not light up. – BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM – BE–40 – 1. Bulb 2. 4. 2. 1.1) 2. Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge does not operate or abnormal operation All illumination lights do not light up. No. Wire Harness Brightness does not change even when rheostat turned. Fuel Level warning light does not light up. 4. Bulb 2.1 Vehicle Speed Sensor 2. Fuel Gauge does not operate or abnormal operation. Wire Harness 1. GAUGE Fuse (I/P J/B No. Fuel Receiver Gauge Fuel Sender Gauge Meter Circuit Plate Wire Harness Engine Coolant Temperature Receiver Gauge Engine Coolant Temperature Sender Gauge Meter Circuit Plate Wire Harness (5S–FE) (1MZ–FE) See page – BE–46 – BE–47 BE–46 – IG–1 IG–1 BE–46 – BE–47 BE–47 BE–46 – BE–47 BE–47 BE–46 – – BE–47 – – – – – Speedometer does not operate. GAUGES AND ILLUMINATION: Symptom Tachometer. 1. the wiper blade does not retract or the retract position is wrong. 2. Wire Harness 1. Bulb 2. 4. Switch 2.BE–6 BODY ELECTRICAL Washer fluid does not operate. 3. the wiper blade is in contact with the body. 2. Meter Circuit Plate 3. Open Door and SRS) Suspect Area 1. TAIL Fuse (I/P J/B No. Suspect Area 1. 1. Wire Harness 1. Wire Harness 1. Igniter Tachometer does not operate. Light Control Rheostat 3. Bulb Low Oil Pressure Warning Switch Meter Circuit Plate Wire Harness Bulb Fuel Level Warning Switch Meter Circuit Plate Wire Harness See page – BE–46 – – BE–47 BE–46 – – BE–47 BE–46 – – IN–31 – Low Oil Pressure warning light does not light up. Meter Circuit Plate 3.1) 2.

5. 3.2) Bulb Airbag Sensor Assembly Meter Circuit Plate Wire Harness DOME Fuse (E/G Room J/B No. Author : Date : 2227 . 3. 2. Open Door warning light does not light up. 4. 6. 2. (5S–FE) (1MZ–FE) Light Failure warning light does not light up. 2. 4. 3. 1. 2. 3. Wire Harness 1. 4. 4. 3. 3. 5. Bulb Cruise Control ECU Meter Circuit Plate Wire Harness Bulb Meter Circuit Plate Wire Harness Headlight System Bulb Meter Circuit Plate Wire Harness Turn Signal and Hazard Warning System Suspect Area See page – DI–431 DI–487 BE–46 – – IN–31 BE–46 – – BE–46 – BE–22 – BE–46 – BE–29 (A140E) (A541E) Cruise Control indicator light does not light up.1) Bulb Wire Harness Generator Bulb Light Failure Sensor Bulb Check Relay Wire Harness Taillight system Bulb Parking Brake Switch Brake Fluid Level Warning Switch Bulb Check Relay Meter Circuit Plate Wire Harness ECU–B Fuse (E/G Room J/B No. – BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM – BE–47 BE–47 – – – – CH–1 CH–1 – BE–37 BE–47 – BE–24 – BE–47 BE–47 BE–47 BE–46 – – – DI–626 BE–46 – – – BE–32 BE–46 – – BE–47 BE–46 – Seat Belt warning light does not light up. 2. Meter Circuit Plate 4. SRS Warning light does not light up. 4. 5. 1. 3.BE–7 BODY ELECTRICAL 1. 2. 4.2) Bulb Door Courtesy Switch Meter Circuit Plate Wire Harness Bulb Washer Fluid Level Warning Switch Meter Circuit Plate Wire Harness Discharge warning light does not light up. 2. 1. Brake warning light does not light up. 4. 2. 1. 4. 1. 3. O/D OFF Switch O/D OFF indicator light does not light up. Washer Level warning light does not light up. Bulb Seat Belt Buckle Switch Integration Relay (I/P J/B No. 3. High beam indicator light does not light up. 5. COMBINATION METER INDICATOR LIGHTS: Symptom 1. 1. 2. 1. Turn indicator light does not light up. 3. 2. 4. 1. Bulb 2. 4. 3.1) Wire Harness IGN Fuse (I/P J/B No.

Power Window Master Switch 1. Wire Harness (A140E) (A541E) Only one shift indicator does not light up. Suspect Area DEFOG M–Fuse (I/P J/B No. 1. Wire Harness 1. Power Window Master Switch 3. 4. Bulb 2. 3.1) 2. 2. MIR/HTR Fuse (I/P J/B No. Security indicator light does not light up. (Power Door Lock does not operate) Power window does not operate (ALL). 4. Mirror Defogger 3. (Power Door Lock is normal) ”One Touch Power Window System” does not operate.1) Defogger Relay (I/P J/B No. Wire Harness DEFOGGER SYSTEM Symptom 1. TRAC OFF indicator light does not light up. SLIP indicator light does not light up. Rear window defogger does not operate. Ignition Switch 2.1) HTR Fuse (I/P J/B No. Power Window Master Switch Author : Date : 2228 . Indicator lights do not light up. Hi–beam and security) 1. 1. 1. 2. Meter Circuit Plate 3. 3. GAUGE Fuse (I/P J/B No. 3. 4. ”Window Lock System” does not operate. Suspect Area 1. 2. Wire Harness 1. 4. 1. Wire Harness 1.1) 2. (Except Turn. POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM Symptom Power window does not operate (ALL). 3. Bulb 2. Meter Circuit Plate 1.1) Defogger Switch Wire Harness See page – – BE–56 BE–56 – BE–56 – – – BE–56 – All defogger systems do not operate. 3. Choke Coil 3.1) 2. Power Main Relay (I/P J/B No. POWER M–Fuse (I/P J/B No. 3. Park/Neutral Position Switch 4. 4. Wire Harness Mirror defogger does not operate. Power Window Master Switch Power Window Switch Power Window Motor Wire Harness See page – BE–60 – BE–14 BE–60 – BE–60 BE–60 BE–60 BE–60 – BE–60 Only one window glass does not move.BE–8 BODY ELECTRICAL – BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM – BE–46 DI–424 DI–479 – – BE–46 – – BE–46 – – – BE–46 – – – BE–46 – – – BE–46 – – – Shift indicator lights do not light up. 4. Defogger Wire 2. 5. 1. 1.1) 3. Bulb ECM Meter Circuit Plate Wire Harness Bulb Traction ECU Meter Circuit Plate Wire Harness Bulb Traction ECU Meter Circuit Plate Wire Harness Bulb Security ECU Meter Circuit Plate Wire Harness Malfunction indicator light does not light up. 1. 2. 2. 2.

Only one door lock does not operate. POWER M–Fuse (I/P J/B No.1) Integration Relay (I/P J/B No.1) CIG Fuse (I/P J/B No. 3. Wire Harness 1. Door lock system does not operate by manual switch. Author : Date : 2229 . Sliding Roof Control Relay and Switch 2. (Door Lock does not operate) Suspect Area 1. 4. Sliding Roof Motor and Limit Switch 3. Door lock system does not operate by door key. 3.1) Wire Harness Door Key Lock and Unlock Switch Integration Relay (I/P J/B No.1) 2. POWER DOOR LOCK CONTROL SYSTEM Symptom 1. 1. 2.2) GAUGE Fuse (I/P J/B No. 5. 3. (Stones of foreign material trapped in motor assembly) ”Key–off Sliding Roof” operation does not operate. Integration Relay (I/P J/B No. 5. Fault in 2–Operation unlock function of Driver’s side door key lock and unlock switch.1) Ignition Switch Door Courtesy Switch Wire Harness Key–off power window does not operate. Power Window Master Switch 1. 4. 3.1) Wire Harness Door Lock Link Disconnected See page – – – BE–70 – BE–60 BE–70 BE–70 – BE–70 BE–70 – – BE–70 BE–70 – BE–70 BE–14 BE–32 – BE–70 – ”Door lock system” does not operate at all. 2. DOME Fuse (E/G Room J/B No. Wire Harness 1. GAUGE Fuse (I/P J/B No. 1. 2. 4. 1. 4.1) Wire Harness Sliding roof system stops operation half way. Power Main Relay (I/P J/B No. (Door Lock is normal) Sliding roof system operates abnormally. 1.BE–9 BODY ELECTRICAL ”Window Lock Illumination” does not light up. Wire Harness 1. Door Key Lock and Unlock Switch 2. Wire Harness SLIDING ROOF SYSTEM Symptom Sliding roof system does not operate. 2.1) Ignition Switch Integration Relay (I/P J/B No. Wire Harness 1. – BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM BE–60 – BE–60 BE–14 BE–32 – 1. Sliding Roof Motor and Limit Switch 3. 4.1) 3. 3.1) 3.1) Key Unlock Warning Switch Door Courtesy Switch Wire Harness Fault in key confine prevention operate. 3. 2. Ignition Switch Sliding Roof Control Relay and Switch Sliding Roof Motor and Limit Switch Wire Harness See page – BE–60 – BE–14 BE–74 BE–74 – BE–74 BE–74 – BE–74 BE–74 – – – BE–14 BE–14 – Sliding roof system does not operate. 2.1) Wire Harness Power Window Master Switch Door Lock Manual Switch Integration Relay (I/P J/B No. 5. 4. Door Lock Motor 2. 1. 4. Integration Relay (I/P J/B No.1) Integration Relay (I/P J/B No. 2. Suspect Area POWER M–Fuse (I/P J/B No. Sliding Roof Control Relay and Switch 2.1) DOOR Fuse (I/P J/B No. 3.

Wire Harness 1. Wire Harness 3. Wire Harness 3. P) 1. 2. 1. Power Seat Swtich (D. Power Seat Switch (D. ”Reclining Operation” does not operate.P) 2. P) 2. (Door lock system is normal) Suspect Area 1. Slide Motor (D. Suspect Area CIG Fuse (I/P J/B No. P) 2. Mirror operates abnormally. (Door lock system does not operate) Power seat does not operate. P) See page – – BE–78 – BE–78 – BE–78 BE–78 – BE–78 BE–78 – BE–78 ”Slide operation” does not operate. Mirror Switch 2.BE–10 BODY ELECTRICAL – BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM POWER SEAT CONTROL SYSTEM Symptom Power seat does not operate. ”Lifter Operation” does not operate. POWER M–Fuse (I/P J/B No. Wire Harness 3. Power Seat Switch (D. Wire Harness Author : Date : 2230 . P) 1. Wire Harness 1. Mirror Motor 3. Power Seat Switch (D. 3. Reclining Motor (D.1) Mirror Switch Mirror Motor Wire Harness See page – BE–83 BE–83 – BE–83 BE–83 – Mirror does not operate.1) 2. P) 2. 4. (D): Driver’s seat (P): Passenger’s seat POWER MIRROR CONTROL SYSTEM Symptom 1. Lifter Motor (D.

1 Engine Room Junction Block No.BE–11 BODY ELECTRICAL – POWER SOURCE POWER SOURCE BE0A0–03 LOCATION Engine Room Relay Block No.1 Turn Signal Flasher Z19043 Author : Date : 2231 .2 Instrument Panel Junction Block No.2 Engine Room Relay Block No.

1 z PWR OUTLET Fuse N20688 Author : Date : 2232 .BE–12 BODY ELECTRICAL – POWER OUTLET POWER OUTLET BE0A1–03 LOCATION Power Outlet Instrument Panel J/B No.

1 z Integration Relay Ignition Switch N20687 Author : Date : 2233 .BODY ELECTRICAL – IGNITION SWITCH AND KEY UNLOCK WARNING SWITCH BE–13 IGNITION SWITCH AND KEY UNLOCK WARNING SWITCH BE0A2–03 LOCATION Key Unlock Warning Switch Instrument Panel J/B No.

BE–14 BODY ELECTRICAL – IGNITION SWITCH AND KEY UNLOCK WARNING SWITCH BE0A3–02 INSPECTION ACC LOCK ON 4 3 2 1 8 7 6 5 START 1. INSPECT KEY UNLOCK WARNING SWITCH CONTINUITY Switch position Tester connection – 1–2 Specified condition No continuity Continuity OFF (Key removed) ON (Key set) ON 2 1 If continuity is not as specified. replace the switch. N20127 Author : Date : 2234 . Check that the buzzerr stops sounding. 1 10 6 5 (a) (b) (c) N20126 Key unlock warning system: INSPECT INTEGRATION RELAY (TYPE A) OPERATION Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 1. N20125 3. (d) 6 1 10 5 (e) Disconnect the negative (–) lead from the battery to terminal 6. 6 and 10. replace the switch. INSPECT IGNITION SWITCH CONTINUITY Switch position LOCK ACC ON Tester connection – 2–3 2–3–4 6–7 1–2–4 6–7–8 Specified condition No continuity Continuity Continuity N14824 START Continuity If continuity is not as specified. OFF 2. Check the buzzer sounds. Connect the negative (–) lead from the battery to terminals 5.

If operation is not as specified. 10 6 5 1 (a) (b) (c) N20129 Key unlock warning system: INSPECT INTEGRATION RELAY (TYPE B) OPERATION Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 1. (g) Disconnect the negative (–) lead from the battery to terminal 5. Check the buzzerr sounds. Check that the buzzerr stops sounding. (g) Disconnect the negative (–) lead from the battery to terminal 5. (h) Check that the buzzerr stops sounding. (h) Check that the buzzerr stops sounding. N20131 5. (d) 10 6 5 1 (e) Disconnect the negative (–) lead from the battery to terminal 6. Check the buzzerr sounds.BODY ELECTRICAL – IGNITION SWITCH AND KEY UNLOCK WARNING SWITCH BE–15 (f) 10 6 5 1 Connect the negative (–) lead from the battery to terminal 6. replace the relay. 6 and 10. N20128 4. 6 and 10. replace the relay. 10 6 5 1 (a) (b) (c) N20132 Key unlock warning system: INSPECT INTEGRATION RELAY (TYPE C) OPERATION Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 1. Author : Date : 2235 . Connect the negative (–) lead from the battery to terminals 5. If operation is not as specified. Connect the negative (–) lead from the battery to terminals 5. N20130 (f) 10 6 5 1 Connect the negative (–) lead from the battery to terminal 6.

(h) Check that the buzzerr stops sounding.BE–16 BODY ELECTRICAL – IGNITION SWITCH AND KEY UNLOCK WARNING SWITCH (d) (e) 10 6 5 1 Disconnect the negative (–) lead from the battery to terminal 6. N20134 Junction block side: 6. (g) Disconnect the negative (–) lead from the battery to terminal 5. N20133 (f) 10 6 5 1 Connect the negative (–) lead from the battery to terminal 6. If operation is not as specified. (a) INSPECT INTEGRATION RELAY (TYPE A) CIRCUIT Remove the relay from the junction block No. 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 N20135 Tester connection 2 – Ground 4 – Ground 2 – Ground 4 – Ground 5 – Ground 5 – Ground 6 – Ground 6 – Ground 8 – Ground 8 – Ground 10 – Ground 1 – Ground 7 – Ground 9 – Ground 7 – Ground 9 – Ground Condition Passenger’s door courtesy switch OFF (Door closed) Passenger’s door courtesy switch ON (Door opened) Key unlock warning switch OFF Key unlock warning switch ON Driver’s door courtesy switch OFF Driver’s door courtesy switch ON Buckle switch OFF (Seat belt unfastened) Buckle switch ON (Seat belt fastened) Constant Constant Ignition switch LOCK or ACC No continuity Specified condition Continuity No continuity Continuity No continuity Continuity No continuity Continuity Continuity Battery positive voltage No voltage Ignition switch ON Battery positive voltage Author : Date : 2236 . Check that the buzzerr stops sounding.1 and inspect the connector on the junction block side. replace the relay.

try replacing the relay with a new one. If the circuit is not as specified. 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 N20135 Tester connection 2 – Ground Condition All door courtesy switches OFF (Except Driver’s Door/ Door closed) One of the door courtesy switches ON (Except Driver’s Door/ Door opened) Door courtesy switches except that of the driver’s door OFF (Door closed) One of the door courtesy switches except that of the driver’s door ON (Door opened) No continuity Specified condition 2 – Ground Continuity 4 – Ground No continuity 4 – Ground Continuity Author : Date : 2237 . (a) INSPECT INTEGRATION RELAY (TYPE B) CIRCUIT Remove the relay from the junction block No.BODY ELECTRICAL – IGNITION SWITCH AND KEY UNLOCK WARNING SWITCH BE–17 Wire harness side: (b) Disconnect the connector from the integration relay and inspect the connector on the wire harness side. 1 23 4 N20136 Tester connection 1 – Ground 1 – Ground 4 – Ground 4 – Ground 2 – Ground 3 – Ground Condition Light control switch OFF Light control switch HEAD or TAIL Light control switch OFF or TAIL Light control switch HEAD Constant No continuity Continuity No continuity Continuity Specified condition Battery positive voltage If the circuit is as specified. inspect the circuits connected to other parts.1 and inspect the connector on the junction block side. Junction block side: 7.

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 Connector ”A” Wire harness side: 1 2 3 4 eh–25–1 h–4–1 Connector ”B” N20137 Tester connection A3 – Ground A5 – Ground Constant Condition Continuity No continuity Specified condition Driver’s door unlock detection switch OFF (Door locked) Driver’s door unlock detection switch ON (Door unlocked) Passenger’s door courtesy switch OFF (Door closed) A5 – Ground Continuity A6 – Ground No continuity Author : Date : 2238 .BE–18 BODY ELECTRICAL – IGNITION SWITCH AND KEY UNLOCK WARNING SWITCH No continuity Continuity No continuity Continuity No continuity Continuity Continuity Battery positive voltage No voltage 5 – Ground 5 – Ground 6 – Ground 6 – Ground 8 – Ground 8 – Ground 10 – Ground 1 – Ground 7 – Ground 9 – Ground 7 – Ground 9 – Ground 11 – Ground 11 – Ground Key unlock warning switch OFF Key unlock warning switch ON Driver’s door courtesy switch OFF (Door closed) Driver’s door courtesy switch ON (Door opened) Buckle switch OFF (Seat belt unfastened) Buckle switch ON (Seat belt fastened) Constant Constant Ignition switch LOCK or ACC Ignition switch ON Ignition switch LOCK Ignition switch ACC or ON Battery positive voltage No voltage Battery positive voltage Wire harness side: (b) Disconnect the connector from the integration relay and inspect the connectors on the wire harness side.

try replacing the relay with a new one. If the circuit is not as specified. Junction block side: 8.1 and inspect the connector on the junction block side. (a) INSPECT INTEGRATION RELAY (TYPE C) CIRCUIT Remove the relay from the junction block No.BODY ELECTRICAL – IGNITION SWITCH AND KEY UNLOCK WARNING SWITCH BE–19 A6 – Ground Passenger’s door courtesy switch ON (Door opened) Passenger’s door unlock detection switch OFF (Door locked) Passenger’s door unlock detection switch ON (Door unlocked) Rear door unlock detection switch OFF (Door locked) Rear door unlock detection switch ON (Door unlocked) Constant Door lock manual switch OFF or UNLOCK Door lock manual switch LOCK Door lock manual switch OFF or LOCK Door lock manual switch UNLOCK Driver’s and passenger’s door key lock and unlock switch OFF or UNLOCK Driver’s or passenger’s door key lock and unlock switch LOCK Driver’s door key lock and unlock switch OFF or LOCK Driver’s door key lock and unlock switch UNLOCK Passenger’s door key lock and unlock switch OFF or LOCK Passenger’s door key lock and unlock switch UNLOCK Constant Light control switch OFF Light control switch TAIL or HEAD Light control switch OFF or TAIL Light control switch HEAD Constant Continuity A7 – Ground No continuity A7 – Ground Continuity A9 – Ground No continuity A9 – Ground A11 – A12 A12 – A25 A16 – Ground A16 – Ground A17 – Ground A17 – Ground A18 – Ground Continuity Continuity No continuity Continuity No continuity Continuity No continuity A18 – Ground Continuity A19 – Ground No continuity A19 – Ground Continuity A20 – Ground No continuity A20 – Ground A1 – Ground B1 – Ground B1 – Ground B4 – Ground B4 – Ground B2 – Ground B3 – Ground Continuity Battery positive voltage No voltage Battery positive voltage No voltage Battery positive voltage Battery positive voltage If the circuit is as specified. inspect the circuits connected to other parts. 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 N20135 Author : Date : 2239 .

BE–20 BODY ELECTRICAL – IGNITION SWITCH AND KEY UNLOCK WARNING SWITCH Specified condition No continuity Tester connection 2 – Ground Condition All door courtesy switches OFF (Except Driver’s Door/ Door closed) One of the door courtesy switches ON (Except Driver’s Door/ Door opened) Door courtesy switches except that of the driver’s door OFF (Door closed) One of the door courtesy switches except that of the driver’s door ON (Door opened) Key unlock warning switch OFF Key unlock warning switch ON Driver’s door courtesy switch OFF (Door closed) Driver’s door courtesy switch ON (Door opened) Buckle switch OFF (Seat belt unfastened) Buckle switch ON (Seat belt fastened) Constant Constant Ignition switch LOCK or ACC 2 – Ground Continuity 4 – Ground No continuity 4 – Ground 5 – Ground 5 – Ground 6 – Ground 6 – Ground 8 – Ground 8 – Ground 10 – Ground 1 – Ground 7 – Ground 9 – Ground 7 – Ground 9 – Ground 11 – Ground 11 – Ground Continuity No continuity Continuity No continuity Continuity No continuity Continuity Continuity Battery positive voltage No voltage Ignition switch ON Ignition switch LOCK Ignition switch ACC or ON Battery positive voltage No voltage Battery positive voltage Wire harness side: (b) Disconnect the connector from the integration relay and inspect the connectors on the wire harness side. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Connector ”A” Wire harness side: 1 2 3 4 Connector ”B” N20138 Author : Date : 2240 .

If the circuit is not as specified. try replacing the relay with a new one. inspect the circuits connected to other parts.BODY ELECTRICAL – IGNITION SWITCH AND KEY UNLOCK WARNING SWITCH Specified condition No continuity Continuity No continuity Continuity No continuity BE–21 Tester connection A1 – Ground A1 – Ground A2 – Ground A2 – Ground A3 – Ground Condition Door lock manual switch OFF or UNLOCK Door lock manual switch LOCK Door lock manual switch OFF or LOCK Door lock manual switch UNLOCK Driver’s and passenger’s door key lock and unlock switch OFF or UNLOCK Driver’s or passenger’s door key lock and unlock switch LOCK Driver’s door key lock and unlock switch OFF or LOCK Driver’s door key lock and unlock switch UNLOCK Passenger’s door key lock and unlock switch OFF or LOCK Passenger’s door key lock and unlock switch UNLOCK Constant Passenger’s door courtesy switch OFF (Door closed) Passenger’s door courtesy switch ON (Door opened) Driver’s door unlock detection switch OFF (Door closed) Driver’s door unlock detection switch ON (Door opened) Passenger’s door unlock detection switch OFF (Door closed) Passenger’s door unlock detection switch ON (Door opened) Rear door unlock detection switch OFF (Door closed) Rear door unlock detection switch ON (Door opened) Constant Constant Light control switch OFF Light control switch TAIL or HEAD Light control switch OFF or TAIL Light control switch HEAD Constant A3 – Ground Continuity A4 – Ground No continuity A4 – Ground Continuity A5 – Ground No continuity A5 – Ground A6 – A7 A8 – Ground Continuity Continuity No continuity A8 – Ground Continuity A9 – Ground No continuity A9 – Ground Continuity A10 – Ground No continuity A10 – Ground Continuity A11 – Ground No continuity A11 – Ground A12 – Ground A13 – Ground B1 – Ground B1 – Ground B4 – Ground B4 – Ground B2 – Ground B3 – Ground Continuity Continuity Battery positive voltage No voltage Battery positive voltage No voltage Battery positive voltage Battery positive voltage If the circuit is as specified. Author : Date : 2241 .

2 Fuse z Daytime Running Light Relay No.BE–22 BODY ELECTRICAL – HEADLIGHT AND TAILLIGHT SYSTEM HEADLIGHT AND TAILLIGHT SYSTEM BE0A4–02 LOCATION Daytime Resister E/G Room J/B No.4 Headlight Automatic Light Control Sensor Instrument Panel J/B No.2 z HEAD LH Fuse (USA) z HEAD RH Fuse (USA) z HEAD LH (UPR) Fuse (CANADA) z HEAD RH (UPR) Fuse (CANADA) z DOME Fuse z ECU–B Fuse z Headlight Control Relay E/G Room R/B No.2 (CANADA) z HEAD LH (LWR) Fuse z HEAD RH (LWR) Fuse z DRL No.1 z GAUGE Fuse z TAIL Fuse z Taillight Control Relay z Integration Relay Combination Switch z Light Control Switch z Headlight Dimmer Switch Ignition Switch Daytime Running Light Relay Door Courtesy Switch Light Failure Sensor Taillight I08436 Author : Date : 2242 .

BE–23 BODY ELECTRICAL – HEADLIGHT AND TAILLIGHT SYSTEM BE0A5–02 COMPONENTS Combination Switch z Light Control Switch z Headlight Dimmer Switch Switch Body Spiral Cable Combination Switch z Wiper and Washer Switch N18012 Author : Date : 2243 .

replace the relay. 2 1 2 1 INSPECT HEADLIGHT DIMMER RELAY CONTINUITY Condition Constant Apply B+ between terminals 2 and 4. Tester connection 1–2 3–4 Specified condition Continuity Continuity If continuity is not as specified. 2. 17 16 14 13 N20149 3. INSPECT HEADLIGHT DIMMER SWITCH CONTINUITY Switch position Low beam High beam Flash Tester connection 16 – 17 7 – 16 7 – 8 – 16 Specified condition Continuity Continuity Continuity If continuity is not as specified. replace the switch. Z08523 Author : Date : 2244 . Tester connection 1 – 4. 2 – 4 3–4 Specified condition Continuity Continuity 4 3 4 3 If continuity is not as specified. INSPECT LIGHT CONTROL SWITCH CONTINUITY Switch position OFF TAIL HEAD Tester connection – 14 – 16 13 – 14 – 16 Specified condition No continuity Continuity Continuity 8 7 If continuity is not as specified. replace the relay. N14863 5. 1 2 3 5 1 3 2 5 INSPECT TAILLIGHT CONTROL RELAY CONTINUITY Condition Constant Apply B+ between terminals 1 and 2. Tester connection 1–2 3–5 Specified condition Continuity Continuity If continuity is not as specified. 2 1 2 4 4 3 1 3 INSPECT HEADLIGHT CONTROL RELAY CONTINUITY Condition Constant Apply B+ between terminals 1 and 2. Z08521 4. replace the relay.BE–24 BODY ELECTRICAL – HEADLIGHT AND TAILLIGHT SYSTEM BE10D–01 INSPECTION HEAD TAIL OFF Flash Hi beam 1. replace the switch.

If circuit is not as specified. inspect the circuits connected to other parts. try replacing the relay with a new one. I08219 Tester connection 2 – Ground 2 – Ground 3 – Ground Condition Light control switch position OFF or TAIL Light control switch position HEAD Headlight dimmer switch position Low beam Headlight dimmer switch position High beam of Flash Brake fluid level warning position OFF Brake fluid level warning position ON Constant Parking brake switch position OFF (Parking brake lever released) Parking brake switch position ON (Parking brake lever pulled up) Light control switch position OFF or HEAD Light control switch position TAIL Constant Constant Engine Stop Engine Running Constant Ground terminal 19 Constant Constant Ignition switch position LOCK or ACC Ignition switch position ON or START No continuity Continuity No continuity Specified condition 3 – Ground 4 – Ground 4 – Ground 12 – Ground 14 – Ground Continuity No continuity Continuity Continuity No continuity 14 – Ground 17 – Ground 17 – Ground 20 – Ground 21 – Ground 13 – Ground 13 – Ground 16 – Ground 18 – Ground 19 – Ground 22 – Ground 23 – Ground 23 – Ground Continuity No voltage Continuity Continuity Continuity No voltage Battery positive voltage Battery positive voltage Battery positive voltage Battery positive voltage Battery positive voltage No voltage Battery positive voltage If circuit is as specified. INSPECT DAYTIME RUNNING LIGHT RELAY (MAIN) CIRCUIT Disconnect the connector from the relay and inspect the connector on the wire harness side. Author : Date : 2245 .BE–25 BODY ELECTRICAL – HEADLIGHT AND TAILLIGHT SYSTEM Wire harness side: 6.

Z08559 8. INSPECT DAYTIME RUNNING LIGHT NO. Gradually cover the top of the sensor. Turn the light control switch to OFF leaving the door open and cover the top of the sensor. (a) (b) I08423 13. INSPECT DAYTIME RUNNING LIGHT RESISTER CONTINUITY Condition Tester connection 1–2 Specified condition Approx. and verify that the lights go on when the ignition switch is turned ON. Verify that the lights should turn ON the accessory lights and the headlights. 2 1 2 3 1 4 3 4 If continuity is not as specified. replace the relay. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) INSPECT AUTOMATIC LIGHT CONTROL Turn the ignition switch ON. replace the resistor.4 RELAY CONTINUITY Condition Tester connection 3–4 1–2 Specified condition Continuity Continuity Constant Apply B+ between terminals 3 and 4. Turn the light control switch to OFF. I08422 11. Author : Date : 2246 . (a) (b) 12.BE–26 BODY ELECTRICAL – HEADLIGHT AND TAILLIGHT SYSTEM 7. Verify that the lights should turn OFF the headlights and the accessory lights. INSPECT LIGHT AUTO TURN OFF SYSTEM (See Integration relay circuit on page BE–14) N20139 10. Gradually cover the top of the sensor. 250mΩ Constant 2 1 If continuity is not as specified. (a) (b) INSPECT AUTOMATIC LIGHT CONTROL Gradually expose the sensor. Parking brake lever released. INSPECT LIGHT–OFF CONDITION Turn the ignition switch ON. Lights auto ON: INSPECT LIGHTS–ON CONDITION Open the driver’s door while the ignition switch is OFF. 9.

as shown. Tester connection 3 – Ground 1 – Ground 1 – Ground Vehicle under the direct sun light. (Sensor is not covered) Constant Ignition switch LOCK or ACC Ignition switch ON If circuit is as specified. perform the inspection on the following page. try replacing the sensor with a new one. HINT: z Ignition switch ON. inspect the circuit connected to other parts. as shown in the table. I01254 Tester connection 3 – Ground 1 – Ground 1 – Ground 4 – Ground 4 – Ground Constant Condition Constant No voltage Specified condition Ignition switch LOCK or ACC Ignition switch ON Ignition switch LOCK or ACC Ignition switch ON Battery positive voltage No voltage 5. Condition Specified condition Continuity No voltage 9. Author : Date : 2247 . z Vehicle’s surroundings are bright.0 v If circuit is as specified. inspect the circuit connected to other parts.2 – 9. 15. If the circuit is not as specified. z Light control switch OFF.5 V or more Taillight and Headlight are ON. If the circuit is not as specified.BE–27 BODY ELECTRICAL – HEADLIGHT AND TAILLIGHT SYSTEM Wire harness side: 14. 1234 INSPECT AUTOMATIC LIGHT CONTROL SENSOR CIRCUIT Connector disconnected: Disconnect the connector from the sensor and inspect the connector on the wire harness side. 4 1 3 2 I01255 INSPECT AUTOMATIC LIGHT CONTROL SENSOR CIRCUIT Connector disconnected: Connect the wire harness side connector to the sensor and inspect wire harness side connector from the back side.

ADJUST SPIRAL CABLE (See page SR–16) Author : Date : 2248 . ADJUST HEADLIGHT AIMING For Adjustment in Vertical Direction For Adjustment in Horizontal Direction N20156 2.BE–28 BODY ELECTRICAL – HEADLIGHT AND TAILLIGHT SYSTEM BE0A7–02 ADJUSTMENT 1.

2 z HORN Fuse Hazard Warning Switch Ignition Switch Turn Signal Light Instrument Panel J/B No.1 z TURN Fuse Turn Signal Flasher Combination Switch z Turn Signal Switch Turn Signal Light Z19045 Author : Date : 2249 .BE–29 BODY ELECTRICAL – TURN SIGNAL AND HAZARD WARNING SYSTEM TURN SIGNAL AND HAZARD WARNING SYSTEM BE0A8–03 LOCATION E/G Room J/B No.

3 2 1 N20150 2. N20140 Author : Date : 2250 . replace the switch.BE–30 BODY ELECTRICAL – TURN SIGNAL AND HAZARD WARNING SYSTEM BE0A9–02 Right INSPECTION 1. 3. If operation is not as specified. (a) 2 3 (b) 1 INSPECT TURN SIGNAL FLASHER OPERATION Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 2 and the negative (–) lead to terminal 3. check that the bulbs flash. INSPECT HAZARD WARNING SWITCH CONTINUITY Switch position Switch OFF Tester connection 7 – 10 5–6–9 7–8 2–3 Specified condition Continuity Continuity Continuity 4 3 2 1 Switch ON Illumination circuit 10 9 8 7 6 5 If continuity is not as specified. replace the flasher. the number of flashes will be more than 140 per minute. INSPECT TURN SIGNAL SWITCH CONTINUITY Switch position Left turn Neutral Tester connection 1–2 – 2–3 Specified condition Continuity No continuity Continuity Left Right turn If continuity is not as specified. Connect the 2 turn signal light bulbs in parallel to each other to terminals 1 and 3. Turn Signal Light Bulbs (21 W) BE1843 HINT: The turn signal lights should flash 60 to 120 times per minute. If one of the front or rear turn signal lights has an open circuit. replace the switch.

2 z DOME Fuse Instrument Panel J/B No.BE–31 BODY ELECTRICAL – INTERIOR LIGHT SYSTEM INTERIOR LIGHT SYSTEM BE0AA–03 LOCATION E/G Room J/B No.1 z Integration Relay Map Light Dome Light Door Courtesy Switch Door Courtesy Switch Luggage Compartment Door Courtesy Switch Z19046 Author : Date : 2251 .

N20158 ON Ohmmeter 3. replace the switch. If operation is not as specified.BE–32 BODY ELECTRICAL – INTERIOR LIGHT SYSTEM BE0AB–03 w/ Sliding roof: 2 1 INSPECTION 1. replace the switch. INSPECT MAP LIGHT SWITCH CONTINUITY Switch position OFF ON Tester connection – 1–2 Specified condition No continuity Continuity If continuity is not as specified. check that there is continuity exists between terminal 1 and 2. (a) (b) INSPECT DOME LAMP SWITCH Disconnect the connector from the dome lamp. N20157 (c) 2 Ohmmeter 1 Turn the dome lamp switch DOOR. check that continuity exists between terminal 2 and body ground. replace the light assembly or bulb. Turn the dome lamp switch ON. (a) OFF INSPECT DOOR COURTESY SWITCH CONTINUITY Check that continuity exists between terminal and the switch body with the switch ON (switch pin released: opened door). w/o Sliding roof: 1 2 N21873 2 Ohmmeter 2. N20159 Author : Date : 2252 . If operation is not as specified. (b) Check that no continuity exists between terminal and the switch body with the switch OFF (switch pin pushed in: closed doors).

(b) Check that no continuity exists between the terminal and switch body with the switch OFF (switch pin pushed in: closed door). 5.BE–33 BODY ELECTRICAL – INTERIOR LIGHT SYSTEM ON OFF 4. If operation is not as specified. I01447 INSPECT LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT DOOR COURTESY SWITCH CONTINUITY (a) Check that continuity exists between terminal and switch body with the switch ON (switch pin released: opened door). INSPECT ILLUMINATED ENTRY SYSTEM (See Integration relay circuit on page BE–14) Author : Date : 2253 . replace the switch.

1 z GAUGE Fuse Ignition Switch Back–up Light 5S–FE engine: 1MZ–FE engine: Back–up Light Switch Back–up Light Switch PNP Switch Z19047 Author : Date : 2254 .BE–34 BODY ELECTRICAL – BACK–UP LIGHT SYSTEM BACK–UP LIGHT SYSTEM BE0AC–02 LOCATION Instrument Panel J/B No.

Author : Date : 2255 . replace the switch.BE–35 BODY ELECTRICAL – BACK–UP LIGHT SYSTEM BE0AD–02 INSPECTION INSPECT BACK–UP LIGHT SWITCH CONTINUITY Condition Free Push Tester connection – 1–2 Specified condition No continuity Continuity Push Free N14065 If continuity is not as specified.

BE–36 BODY ELECTRICAL – STOP LIGHT SYSTEM STOP LIGHT SYSTEM BE0AE–02 LOCATION Stop Light Switch Instrument Panel J/B No.1 z STOP Fuse Hi–Mounted Stop Light Stop Light Light Failure Sensor Z19048 Author : Date : 2256 .

w/o Cruise control: INSPECT STOP LIGHT SWITCH CONTINUITY Switch position Switch pin free Switch pin pushed in Tester connection 1–2 1–2 Specified condition Continuity No continuity 2 1 w/ Cruise control: Free Pushed in 2 1 If continuity is not as specified. replace the bulb or light assembly. 4 3 N18026 3. N20208 Author : Date : 2257 . 2. If continuity is not as specified.BE–37 BODY ELECTRICAL – STOP LIGHT SYSTEM BE0AF–02 w/o Cruise control: Free Pushed in INSPECTION 1. check that continuity exists between terminals. 1 2 INSPECT HI–MOUNTED STOP LIGHT ASSEMBLY CONTINUITY Using the ohmmeter. w/ Cruise control: INSPECT STOP LIGHT SWITCH CONTINUITY Switch position Switch pin free Switch pin pushed in Switch pin free Switch pin pushed in Tester connection 1–2 1–2 3–4 3–4 Specified condition Continuity No continuity No continuity Continuity If continuity is not as specified. replace the switch. replace the switch.

If the circuit is as specified. as shown. inspect the circuits connected to other parts. INSPECT LIGHT FAILURE RELAY CIRCUIT Disconnect the connector from the relay and inspect the connector on the wire harness side.BE–38 BODY ELECTRICAL – STOP LIGHT SYSTEM Wire harness side: 4. replace the relay. If the circuit is not as specified. Author : Date : 2258 . 3 2 1 5 4 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 e–12–2–B N20209 Tester connection 1 – Ground 2 – Ground 9 – Ground 11 – Ground 3 – Ground 3 – Ground 4 – Ground 4 – Ground 7 – Ground 7 – Ground 8 – Ground 8 – Ground Constant Constant Constant Constant Condition Continuity* Continuity* Continuity* Continuity No voltage Specified condition Light control switch OFF Light control switch TAIL or HEAD Ignition switch LOCK or ACC Ignition switch ON Stop light switch OFF Stop light switch ON Ignition switch LOCK or ACC Ignition switch ON Battery positive voltage No voltage Battery positive voltage No voltage Battery positive voltage No voltage Battery positive voltage *: There is resistance because this circuit is grounded through the bulb.

1 z WIPER Fuse Z19049 Author : Date : 2259 .BE–39 BODY ELECTRICAL – WIPER AND WASHER SYSTEM WIPER AND WASHER SYSTEM BE0AG–03 LOCATION Wiper Motor Washer Tank Washer Motor Wiper and Washer Switch Instrument Panel J/B No.

Battery positive voltage 0V Non variable type Battery positive voltage 0V If operation is not as specified. (a) (b) (c) (d) 16 INSPECT INTERMITTENT OPERATION Turn the wiper switch to INT position.BE–40 BODY ELECTRICAL – WIPER AND WASHER SYSTEM BE0AH–03 w/o Timer OFF INT LO HI Washer ON INSPECTION 1. check the voltage rises from 0 volts to battery positive voltage within the time. INT time control switch position Approx.7 ± 5 sec. Voltage 16 FAST N20211 Battery positive voltage 0V 10. N20210 (e) 7 17 2 After connecting terminal 16 to terminal 17. replace the wiper and washer switch. 2 sec. replace the switch. Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 16 and the negative (–) lead to terminal 2. Connect the positive (+) lead from the voltmeter to terminal 7 and the negative (–) lead to terminal 2. INSPECT FRONT WIPER AND WASHER SWITCH CONTINUITY Switch position OFF INT Tester connection 7 – 16 7 – 16 7 – 17 8 – 17 2 – 11 Specified condition Continuity Continuity Continuity Continuity Continuity w/ Timer LO OFF INT LO HI Washer ON 8 7 2 HI Washer ON If continuity is not as specified.3 ± 1 sec. as shown in the table. Turn the intermittent time control switch to FAST position. Author : Date : 2260 . 17 16 11 N20218 7 2 2. connect it to terminal 2. check that the meter needle indicates battery positive voltage. SLOW 3.

(a) (b) (c) 16 INSPECT WASHER LINKED OPERATION Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 16 and the negative (–) lead to terminal 2. Push in the washer switch. and check that the voltage changes as shown in the chart. replace the motor. 4. Washer Switch ON OFF N20210 Less than 1 sec. 5 4 N20151 Author : Date : 2261 . Low speed: INSPECT FRONT WIPER MOTOR OPERATION Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 5 and the negative (–) lead to terminal 4.BE–41 BODY ELECTRICAL – WIPER AND WASHER SYSTEM 7 2 3. N11301 If operation is not as specified. replace the wiper and washer switch. 3 sec. check that the motor operates at low speed. If operation is not as specified. Battery positive Voltage 0V Approx. Connect the positive (+) lead from the voltmeter to terminal 7 and the negative (–) lead to terminal 2.

If operation is not as specified. replace the motor. High speed: INSPECT FRONT WIPER MOTOR OPERATION Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 3 and the negative (–) lead to terminal 4. check that the motor operates at high speed. 5 4 N20153 Author : Date : 2262 . 3 4 N20152 6.BE–42 BODY ELECTRICAL – WIPER AND WASHER SYSTEM 5. (a) Stopping in stop position: INSPECT FRONT WIPER MOTOR OPERATION Operate the motor at low speed and stop the motor operation anywhere except in the stop position by disconnecting positive (+) lead from terminal 5.

Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 2 and negative (–) lead to terminal 4. INSPECT WASHER MOTOR OPERATION Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 2 and the negative (–) lead to terminal 1. replace the motor. check that the motor stops running in the stop position after the motor operates again. 5 4 N20154 2 1 7. NOTICE: These tests must be performed quickly (within 20 seconds) to prevent the coil from burning out. check that the motor operates.BE–43 BODY ELECTRICAL – WIPER AND WASHER SYSTEM (b) (c) 3 2 Connect terminals 3 and 5. If operation is not as specified. 2 1 N20155 Author : Date : 2263 . replace the motor. If operation is not as specified.

2 z ECU–B Fuse z DOME Fuse Washer Fluid Level Warning Switch Combination Meter z Bulb Check Relay ECM ABS ECU Light Control Rheostat Instrument Panel J/B No.1 z GAUGE Fuse z TAIL Fuse z IGN Fuse z Integration Relay Z19050 Author : Date : 2264 .BE–44 BODY ELECTRICAL – COMBINATION METER COMBINATION METER BE0AI–03 LOCATION Brake Fluid Level Warning Switch E/G Room J/B No.

BE–45 BODY ELECTRICAL – COMBINATION METER PKB Switch Door Courtesy Switch Seat Belt Buckle Switch Door Courtesy Switch Fuel Sender Gauge zFuel Level Warning Switch Light Failure Sensor 5S–FE engine: Low Oil Pressure Warning Switch 1MZ–FE engine: Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge Park/Neutral Position Switch Low Oil Pressure Warning Switch Park/Neutral Position Switch Z19055 Author : Date : 2265 .

1 Vehicle speed sensor GAUGE fuse Igniter Security ECU Cruise control ECU Washer fluid level warning switch Light control rheostat TAIL fuse Z18937 A A13 B2 C1 B1 C9 A6 A11 A7 A10 A8 A9 C13 B8 B11 B12 B C12 B9 B10 B13 C F : Fuel Gauge E : Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge T : Tachometer S : Speedometer N20107 N20108 Author : Date : 2266 .BE–46 BODY ELECTRICAL – COMBINATION METER BE0AJ–03 CIRCUIT Connector ”A” 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Connector ”B” 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Connector ”C” 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 1213 J–13–1–A B3 C5 A2 A1 C8 B15 C6 J–16–1 J–13–1 C7 F E T S Connector ”C” Connector ”B” Connector ”A” B14 ODOMETER Fuel Level Warning Seat Belt Warning ABS Warning Low Oil Pressure Warning Cruise Control Indicator Malfunction Indicator O/D OFF Indicator Light Failure Warning Brake Warning SLIP Indicator TRAC Indicator Washer Level Warning Discharge Warning Bulb Check Relay Right Turn Indicator Left Turn Indicator Security Indicator L 2 D N R P Illumination Hi–Beam Indicator Open Door Warning SRS Warning B6 A4 C4 B5 C10 C2 A12 A3 B7 C3 A5 C11 B4 B16 No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Wire Harness Side Engine coolant temperature sender gauge Ground Light failure sensor Integration relay Traction ECU Park/neutral position switch (A/T) Park/neutral position switch (A/T) Park/neutral position switch (A/T) Park/neutral position switch (A/T) Park/neutral position switch (A/T) Park/neutral position switch (A/T) O/D OFF switch (A/T) IGN fuse Turn signal switch ST relay Fuel sender gauge Generator Oil pressure switch Fuel sender gauge Parking brake switch and brake fluid level warning switch Headlight dimmer switch Headlight dimmer switch Door courtesy switch DOME fuse ECU–B fuse Airbag sensor assembly ECM No.1 Vehicle speed sensor Ground Turn signal switch ECM Traction ECU ABS ECU Ground No.

INSPECT TACHOMETER ON–VEHICLE (a) Connect a tune–up test tachometer.5 – 67 77 – 88 96 – 109 115 – 130 134 – 151. Check that there is voltage change from approx. If error is excessive. be careful not to drop or subject it to heavy shocks. Author : Date : 2267 . inspect the speedometer for allowable indication error and check the operation of the odometer. Connect the positive (+) lead from the tester to terminal 3 and the negative (–) lead to terminal 2. replace the sensor. (a) 3 1 (b) (c) (d) N02332 2 INSPECT VEHICLE SPEED SENSOR OPERATION Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 1 and negative (–) lead to terminal 2. replace the speedometer. If operation is not as specified. z When removing or installing the tachometer. INSPECT SPEEDOMETER ON–VEHICLE Using a speedometer tester. HINT: Tire wear and tire over or under inflation will increase the indication error. 3. USA (mph) Standard indication 20 40 60 80 100 120 Allowable range 18 – 24 38 – 44 56 – 66 78 – 88 98 – 110 118 – 132 CANADA (km/h) Standard indication 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 Allowable range 17 – 24 38 – 46 57. HINT: The voltage change should be performed 4 times for every revolution of the speed sensor shaft. 0 V to 11 V or more between terminals 2 and 3. NOTICE: z Reversing the connection of the tachometer will damage the transistors and diodes inside.5 153 – 173 2.BE–47 BODY ELECTRICAL – COMBINATION METER BE0AK–03 INSPECTION 1. and start the engine. Rotate the shaft.

126. Turn the ignition switch ON.000 3.5 Approx.200 3. Turn the ignition switch ON. DC 13. 154. INSPECT FUEL RECEIVER GAUGE RESISTANCE Measure the resistance between terminals.750 – 6.800 – 3. it will take a short time for needle to stabilize.700 – 7.BE–48 BODY ELECTRICAL – COMBINATION METER (b) Compare the tester with tachometer indications.150 2.800 – 5. Tester connection Resistance (Ω) Approx. 280.000 2.250 6. check that the bulb lights up and the receiver gauge needle moves towards the full side.100 1. check that the receiver gauge needle indicates EMPTY. N20212 Author : Date : 2268 .000 6.000 7. inspect the receiver gauge resistance.2 Approx. replace the receiver gauge.000 Allowable range 630 – 770 900 – 1.000 5.300 Ignition Switch Fuel Gauge Battery 4.3 A–B A–C A B C B–C If resistance value is not as specified. N20160 (c) Ignition Switch Battery Fuel Gauge 1 4 2 5 3 (d) Connect terminals 2 and 3 on the wire harness side connector through a 3.800 – 4.200 5.850 – 2. If operation is not as specified. BE1206 Ie–5–1–A Z05727 HINT: Because of the silicon oil in the gauge.000 4.4–W test bulb. 5.200 4.5 V 25°C at (77 °F) Standard indication 700 1. (a) (b) INSPECT FUEL RECEIVER GAUGE OPERATION Disconnect the connector from the sender gauge.

–34.) F: Approx. If the warning light does not light up.2 (–1. 30. –91. check that the warning light lights up. 7. (c) Turn the ignition switch ON.346) E: Approx. HINT: It takes a short time for the bulb to light up. 31. check that the bulb goes out. (a) INSPECT FUEL LEVEL WARNING SWITCH Apply battery positive voltage between terminals 1 and 3 through a 3.4–W test bulb. N20214 Engine coolant temperature gauge Ignition Switch Battery 9.0 Approx. Connect terminals 1 and 3 on the wire harness side connector. Warning Light Ignition Switch Battery 1 4 BE1217 Ie–5–1–A 2 5 Z05730 3 3 1 8. 3.587) 1/2: Approx. replace the sender gauge. (a) (b) INSPECT FUEL LEVEL WARNING LIGHT Disconnect the connector from the sender gauge. check that the bulb lights up. If operation is not as specified. INSPECT FUEL SENDER GAUGE RESISTANCE Measure the resistance between terminals 2 and 3 for each float position. test the bulb or inspect wire harness. 110. N20213 3 1 (b) Submerge the switch in fuel.8 (1. N20215 Author : Date : 2269 . Float position mm (in. (a) (b) Sender Gauge INSPECT ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE RECEIVER GAUGE OPERATION Disconnect the connector from the sender gauge.7 Approx.213) N20161 Resistance (Ω) Approx.1 (–3.BE–49 BODY ELECTRICAL – COMBINATION METER F 1/2 E 3 2 1 6.0 If resistance value is not as specified. Turn the ignition switch ON and check that the receiver gauge needle indicates COOL. replace the sender gauge.

Z15788 10. If operation is as specified. replace the receiver gauge. (d) Turn the ignition switch ON. INSPECT ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE SENDER GAUGE RESISTANCE Measure the resistance between the terminal and gauge body. HINT: Connect the test leads so that the current from the ohmmeter can flow according to the above order.0) Resistance (Ω) 274 26. replace the engine coolant temperature sender gauge.7 Approx. N21646 Warning Light Ignition Switch Battery 1 Z14205 12. (a) INSPECT LOW OIL PRESSURE WARNING LIGHT Disconnect the connector from the warning switch and ground terminal on the wire harness side connector. If operation is not as specified. 175. Temperature °C (°F) 50 (122. replace the sender gauge. If resistance value is not as specified. 11. test the bulb. measure the receiver gauge resistance.0) 120 (248. Tester connection A–B A–C B–C N20216 Resistance (Ω) * Approx. Then. (b) Turn the ignition switch ON and check that the warning light lights up.4 W) Wire Harness Side Ground terminal on the wire harness side connector through a 3.7 *: This circuit includes the diode. 229.4–W test bulb.BE–50 BODY ELECTRICAL – COMBINATION METER Engine coolant temperature gauge (c) Ignition Switch Battery Test Bulb (3. Author : Date : 2270 . recheck the system.4 If resistance value is not as specified. If the warning light does not light up. C B A INSPECT ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE RECEIVER GAUGE RESISTANCE Measure the resistance between terminals. 54. and check that the bulb lights up and the receiver gauge needle moves to the hot side.0 Approx.

If operation is not as specified. BE1217 Author : Date : 2271 . (c) Connect the terminals on the wire harness side of the level warning switch connector. If the warning light does not light up. (d) Start the engine.5 kPa (0. replace the switch or inspect ground point. N06640 HINT: Oil pressure should be over 24. (d) Use syphon. (f) Pour the fluid back in the reservoir tank. If the warning light does not light up. and check that the warning light comes on. (a) (b) (c) INSPECT BRAKE FLUID LEVEL WARNING SWITCH Remove the reservoir tank cap and strainer. to take fluid out of the reservoir tank. INSPECT PARKING BRAKE SWITCH (a) Check that continuity exists between the terminal and switch body with the switch ON (switch pin released). Check that no continuity exists between terminal and ground with the engine running. 16. replace the switch. Check that continuity exists between terminal and ground with the engine stopped.25 kgf/cm2. test the bulb. (c) Remove the GAUGE fuse and turn the ignition switch ON. (a) INSPECT BRAKE SYSTEM WARNING LIGHT Disconnect the connector from the brake fluid warning switch. If operation is not as specified.BE–51 BODY ELECTRICAL – COMBINATION METER 13. 15. Check that no continuity exists between the terminals with the switch OFF (float up).55 psi). If operation is not as specified. (b) Check that no continuity exists between the terminal and switch body with the switch OFF (switch pin pushed in). 14. replace the switch. (a) (b) (c) INSPECT LOW OIL PRESSURE SWITCH Disconnect the connector from the switch. etc. Disconnect the connector. (e) Check that continuity exists between the terminals with the switch ON (float down). (b) Release the parking brake pedal. 3. (b) Connect terminals on the wire harness side connector of the level warning switch connector. Warning Light Ignition Switch Battery BE1217 OFF ON 2 1 N02346 N01212 Warning Light Ignition Switch Battery 17. (a) INSPECT WASHER FLUID LEVEL WARNING LIGHT Disconnect the connectors from the level warning switch and parking brake switch. test the bulb or wire harness. check that the warning light lights up.

N20217 Warning Light Ignition Switch Battery 1 19. 1 2 OFF ON Z16167 OFF 22. Author : Date : 2272 . If operation is not as specified. If the warning light does not light up. Z05732 Warning Light Ignition Switch Battery 20. inspect the bulb or wire harness. If operation is not as specified. w/o Power seat: INSPECT BUCKLE SWITCH CONTINUITY (a) Check that continuity exists between the terminals on the switch side connector with the switch ON (belt fastened). replace the seat belt inner belt. (a) ON INSPECT WASHER FLUID LEVEL WARNING SWITCH Check that no continuity exists between terminals with the switch OFF (float up). (b) Ground terminal 2 on the integration relay with the connectors still connected. If operation is not as specified. (b) Check that no continuity exists between the terminals on the switch side connector with the switch OFF (belt unfastened). (b) Check that no continuity exists between terminals 1 and 2 on the switch side connector with the switch OFF (belt unfastened). replace the seat belt inner belt. (c) Turn the ignition switch ON and check that the warning light lights up. and check that the warning light lights up. (a) BE0044 INSPECT SEAT BELT WARNING LIGHT Remove the integration relay from the instrument panel junction block.BE–52 BODY ELECTRICAL – COMBINATION METER Ohmmeter OFF 18. If the warning light does not light up. replace the switch. inspect the bulb or wire harness. (b) Check that continuity exists between terminals with the switch ON (float down). INSPECT OPEN DOOR WARNING LIGHT Disconnect the connector from the door courtesy switch and ground terminal 1 on the wire harness side. 21. 1 2 ON N02354 w/ Power seat: INSPECT BUCKLE SWITCH CONTINUITY (a) Check that continuity exists between terminals 1 and 2 on the switch side connector with the switch ON (belt fastened).

N20219 Type A: 1 7 8 9 10 (f) (g) HINT: Check the buzzer within a period of 4 to 8 seconds.BE–53 BODY ELECTRICAL – COMBINATION METER Type A: 1 7 9 10 23. 24. Check that the bulb lights and the buzzer sounds for 4 – 8 seconds. INSPECT INTEGRATION RELAY CIRCUIT See page BE–14 Connect the negative (–) lead from the battery to terminal 8. replace the relay. Connect the terminal 7 to terminal 9 through the 3.4–W test bulb. If operation is not as specified. Connect the negative (–) lead from the battery to terminal 10. Type B and C: 1 7 8 9 10 N20220 Author : Date : 2273 . Check that the buzzer stops sounding. Return to step (a) and operate the chime again. (a) (b) (c) (d) Type B and C: 1 7 9 10 (e) INSPECT INTEGRATION RELAY OF SEAT BELT WARNING SYSTEM OPERATION Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminals 1 and 7.

1 N08958 (a) B (b) B 26.4–W test bulb and the negative (–) lead to terminal B. Z09972 Author : Date : 2274 . Connect the positive (+) lead from the voltmeter to terminal 2 and negative lead to terminal 3. (a) A C A C INSPECT BULB CHECK RELAY OPERATION Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal C through a 1. If operation is not as specified. (b) Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal A and check that the test bulb lights up.BE–54 BODY ELECTRICAL – COMBINATION METER 25. (a) (b) (c) 270° 2 3 INSPECT LIGHT CONTROL RHEOSTAT Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 1 and negative lead (–) to terminal 3. replace the relay. Turn the rheostat knob and check that the voltage changes. check that the test bulb does not light up.

BE–55 BODY ELECTRICAL – DEFOGGER SYSTEM DEFOGGER SYSTEM BE0AL–03 LOCATION Defogger Switch Instrument Panel J/B No.1 z DEFOG M–Fuse z HTR Fuse z MIR–HTR Fuse z Defogger Relay Mirror Defogger Defogger Wire Z19051 Author : Date : 2275 .

then the indicator light and test bulb light goes out. N14863 Author : Date : 2276 . replace the relay. check that the indicator light and test bulb light up for 12 to 18 minutes. (c) Push the defogger switch ON. (b) Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 5 through a 3. check the bulb. INSPECT DEFOGGER TIMER CIRCUIT Disconnect the connector from the switch and inspect the connector on the wire harness side. 6 5 4 3 N20315 2. INSPECT DEFOGGER SWITCH CONTINUITY Check that is continuity exists between terminals 2 and 6. replace the switch. Wire harness side: 1 2 3 4 5 6 S–6–1 Z08467 Tester connection 3 – Ground 4 – Ground 4 – Ground 5 – Ground 5 – Ground – Constant Condition Continuity No voltage Specified condition Ignition switch LOCK or ACC Ignition switch ON Ignition switch LOCK or ACC Ignition switch ON Connect terminals 3 and 5. 4. 1 2 3 5 3 1 5 2 INSPECT DEFOGGER RELAY CONTINUITY Condition Constant Apply B+ between terminals 1 and 2. 3.BE–56 BODY ELECTRICAL – DEFOGGER SYSTEM BE0AM–03 Switch side: INSPECTION 2 1 1. If operation is not as specified.4–W tester bulb. If continuity is not as specified. Tester connection 1–2 3–5 Specified condition Continuity Continuity If continuity is not as specified. (a) 5 ON 4 3 N20314 INSPECT DEFOGGER TIMER OPERATION Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 4 and the negative (–) lead to terminal 3. replace the switch. as shown in the table. Battery positive voltage No voltage Battery positive voltage Defogger system operation is normal If the circuit is not as specified.

INSPECT DEFOGGER WIRE NOTICE: z When cleaning the glass. (a) Turn the ignition switch ON. (d) Place the voltmeter positive (+) lead against the defogger positive (+) terminal. the voltmeter indicates 0 V at the positive (+) end of the heat wire but gradually increases to about 12 V as the meter probe is moved to the other end. as shown. Check that the mirror becomes warm. Take care not to damage the wires. If there is no voltage. N21371 Tester Probe Heat Wire Tin Foil BE4029 At Center 6. (b) Turn the defogger switch ON. dry cloth. Author : Date : 2277 . and wipe the glass in the direction of the wire. (c) Inspect the voltage at the center of each heat wire. Voltage Approx. 5V Approx.10V or 0V Criteria Okay (No break in wire) Broken wire BE0123 Several 0 Volt Volts Broken Wire BE0124 HINT: If there is approximately 10 V. the wire is broken between the center of the wire and the positive (+) end. use a soft. as shown. the wire is broken between the center of the wire and ground. z When measuring voltage. z Do not use detergents or glass cleaners with abrasive ingredients. (a) 6 4 (b) HINT: It takes short time for the mirror to become warm. HINT: If the heat wire is not broken. wind a piece of tin foil around the top of the negative probe and press the foil against the wire with your finger. w/ Heater: INSPECT MIRROR DEFOGGER Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 4 and the negative (–) lead to terminal 6.BE–57 BODY ELECTRICAL – DEFOGGER SYSTEM 5. (f) The point where the voltmeter deflects from zero to several V is the place where the heat wire is broken. (e) Place the voltmeter negative (–) lead with the foil strip against the heat wire at the positive (+) terminal end and slide it toward the negative (–) terminal end.

(a) (b) Broken Wire (c) Masking Tape BE0150 IF NECESSARY. After a few minutes. Using a fine tip brush. remove the masking tape. apply a small amount to the wire. Place the masking tape along both sides of the wire to be repaired. 4817 or equivalent).BE–58 BODY ELECTRICAL – DEFOGGER SYSTEM Repair Point 7. 4817). wax and silicone remover. (d) (e) (f) (g) Thoroughly mix the repair agent (Dupont paste No. Thoroughly mix the repair agent (Dupont paste No. Do not repair the defogger wire for at least 24 hours. REPAIR DEFOGGER WIRE Clean the broken wire tips with grease. BE0151 Author : Date : 2278 .

1 z POWER M–Fuse z GAUGE Fuse z Power Main Relay z Integration Relay Door Courtesy Switch Power Window Switch Power Window Switch Power Window Switch Power Window Master Switch Power Window Regulator Assembly z Power Window Motor Door Courtesy Switch Power Window Regulator Assembly z Power Window Motor Power Window Regulator Assembly z Power Window Motor Z19052 Author : Date : 2279 .BE–59 BODY ELECTRICAL – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM BE0AN–03 LOCATION Ignition Switch Instrument Panel J/B No.

Window unlock: Switch position UP Tester connection 8 – 9 – 10 4 – 5 – 12 4 – 5 – 10 4 – 5 – 12 8 – 9 – 12 4 – 5 – 10 Specified condition Continuity OFF Continuity DOWN Continuity Author : MH Date : 3/7/02 2280 . (a) INSPECT POWER WINDOW MASTER SWITCH CONTINUITY Inspect the front driver’s switch. Window unlock: Switch position UP Tester connection 3–8–9 4–5–6 3–4–5 4–5–6 6–8–9 3–4–5 Specified condition Continuity OFF Continuity DOWN Continuity 6 5 4 3 2 1 141312 1110 9 8 7 Window lock: Switch position UP Tester connection 3–8–9 4–5–6 3–4–5 4–5–6 6–8–9 3–4–5 Specified condition Continuity OFF N20559 Continuity DOWN Continuity (b) Inspect the front passenger’s switch. Window unlock: Switch position UP Tester connection 8 – 9 – 11 4 – 5 – 13 4 – 5 – 11 4 – 5 – 13 8 – 9 – 13 4 – 5 – 11 Specified condition Continuity OFF Continuity DOWN Continuity Window lock: Switch position UP OFF DOWN Tester connection 8 – 9 – 11 11 – 13 8 – 9 – 13 Specified condition Continuity Continuity Continuity (c) Inspect the rear left switch.BE–60 BODY ELECTRICAL – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM BE0AO–02 INSPECTION 1.

Unlock 2. If operation is not as specified. and check that all the illuminations light up. replace the master switch. 8 N02358 Lock (c) Set the window lock switch to the lock position. check that all the passenger’s power window switch illuminations go out.BE–61 BODY ELECTRICAL – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM Window lock: Switch position UP OFF DOWN Tester connection 8 – 9 – 10 10 – 12 8 – 9 – 12 Specified condition Continuity Continuity Continuity (d) Inspect the rear right switch. replace the master switch. 4 8 N02359 Author : Date : 2281 . Window unlock: Switch position UP Tester connection 7–8–9 4 – 5 – 14 4–5–7 4 – 5 – 14 8 – 9 – 14 4–5–7 Specified condition Continuity OFF Continuity DOWN Continuity Window lock: Switch position UP OFF DOWN Tester connection 7–8–9 7 – 14 8 – 9 – 14 Specified condition Continuity Continuity Continuity If continuity is not as specified. Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 8 and the negative (–) lead to terminal 4. (a) (b) 4 INSPECT POWER WINDOW MASTER SWITCH ILLUMINATION Set the window lock switch to the unlock position.

If the operation is as specified. HINT: The circuit breaker opens some 4 – 40 seconds after the window stops going down. so that check must be done before the circuit breaker operates. check that the current flow is approximately 7 A. As the window goes down. check that the current flow is approximately 7 A. Z05739 4. Connect the positive (+) lead from the ammeter to terminal 3 on the wire harness side connector and the negative (–) lead to negative terminal of the battery.5 A or more when the window stops going down. replace the master switch. HINT: The circuit breaker opens some 4 – 40 seconds after the window stops going down.BE–62 BODY ELECTRICAL – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM 3 3. replace the master switch. Attach a current–measuring probe to terminal 8 of the wire harness. Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 6 on the wire harness side connector. As the window goes down. 6 (a) (b) (c) Z05738 (d) Using an ammeter: INSPECT ONE–TOUCH POWER WINDOW SYSTEM/ CURRENT OF CIRCUIT Disconnect the connector from the master switch. Turn the ignition switch ON and set the power window switch in the down position. so that check must be done before the circuit breaker operates. 8 (a) (b) (c) Z05740 (d) (e) 8 Using an ammeter with a current – measuring probe: INSPECT ONE–TOUCH POWER WINDOW SYSTEM/ CURRENT OF CIRCUIT Remove the master switch with connector connected. If operation is as specified. Z05741 Author : MH Date : 3/7/02 2282 .5 A or more when the window stops going down. 3 (e) 6 Check that the current increases up to approximately 14. Check that the current increases up to approximately 14.

replace the switch. as shown in the following page. 4 – 5 1 – 2. replace the relay. N20561 8. 3 – 4 1 – 2. 6. 4 – 5 1 – 2. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 INSPECT POWER WINDOW MASTER SWITCH CIRCUIT Disconnect the connector from the master switch and inspect the connector on the wire harness side. N14863 Author : Date : 2283 . 3 – 5 Specified condition Continuity Continuity Continuity 5 4321 OFF DOWN If continuity is not as specified. If the circuit is not as specified. 1 2 3 5 1 3 2 5 INSPECT POWER MAIN RELAY CONTINUITY Condition Constant Apply B+ between terminals 1 and 2. 3 – 5 Specified condition Continuity Continuity Continuity UP OFF DOWN 5 432 1 If continuity is not as specified.BE–63 BODY ELECTRICAL – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM Wire harness side: 5. e–14–1–A Z05742 Tester connection 4 – Ground 8 – Ground 8 – Ground Constant Condition Continuity *No voltage Specified condition Ignition switch position LOCK or ACC Ignition switch position ON Battery positive voltage *Exceptions: During 60 seconds after the ignition switch is turned ON to OFF (ACC) or until driver or a passenger’s door is opened after the ignition switch is turned ON to OFF (ACC). 3 – 5 1 – 4. replace the switch. Front passenger’s door: INSPECT POWER WINDOW SWITCH CONTINUITY Switch position UP Tester connection 1 – 2. Tester connection 1–2 3–5 Specified condition Continuity Continuity If continuity is not as specified. N20560 7. inspect the circuits connected to other parts. Rear door: INSPECT POWER WINDOW SWITCH CONTINUITY Switch position Tester connection 1 – 3.

and check that the motor turns counterclockwise. and check that the motor turns clockwise. (a) Left side door: INSPECT MOTOR OPERATION Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 1 and the negative (–) lead to terminal 2. 2 1 TMC made: N20555 TMMK made: (b) Reverse the polarity. replace the motor. 2 1 TMC made: N20556 Author : MH Date : 3/7/02 2284 . If operation is not as specified.BE–64 BODY ELECTRICAL – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM TMMK made: 9.

replace the motor. If operation is not as specified.BE–65 BODY ELECTRICAL – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM TMMK made: 10. 2 1 TMC made: N20558 Author : Date : 2285 . (a) Right side door: INSPECT MOTOR OPERATION Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 1 and the negative (–) lead to terminal 2. and check that the motor turns counterclockwise. and check that the motor turns clockwise. 2 1 TMC made: N20557 TMMK made: (b) Reverse the polarity.

2 1 (a) (b) (c) I21314 (d) (e) Driver’s door: INSPECT POWER WINDOW MOTOR PTC THERMISTOR OPERATION Disconnect the connector from the master switch. 2 1 I21315 12. Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 1 on the wire harness side connector. Continue to apply voltage and check that the current changes to less than 1 A within 4 to 90 seconds. Continue to apply voltage and check that the current changes to less than 1 A within 4 to 90 seconds. (f) Approximately 60 seconds later. replace the motor. Disconnect the leads from the terminals. If operation is not as specified. and raise the window to the fully position. Connect the positive (+) lead from the ammeter to terminal 2 on the wire harness side connector and the negative (–) lead to negative terminal of the battery. 2 1 (a) (b) (c) I21312 (d) (e) Passenger ’s door: INSPECT POWER WINDOW MOTOR PTC THERMISTOR OPERATION Disconnect the connector from the power window switch. Connect the positive (+) lead from the ammeter to terminal 1 on the wire harness side connector and the negative (–) lead to negative terminal of the battery. connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 2 and the negative (–) lead to terminal 1. Disconnect the leads from the terminals. Author : MH Date : 3/7/02 2286 . and raise the window to the fully position. and check that the window begins to descend. Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 2 on the wire harness side connector.BE–66 BODY ELECTRICAL – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM 11.

BE–67 BODY ELECTRICAL – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM (f) Approximately 60 seconds later. connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 2 and the negative (–) lead to terminal 1. If operation is not as specified. (b) Close the door with ignition switch turned to LOCK or ACC. replace the motor. (c) Open A3 Key–off power window signal: INSPECT INTEGRATION RELAY (TYPE B) OPERATION N20564 HINT: When the relay circuit is as specified. (b) Connect the positive (+) lead from the ammeter to terminal 1 on the wire harness side connector and the negative (–) lead to negative terminal of the battery. If operation is not as specified. and check that the window begins to descend. Author : Date : 2287 . and raise the window to the fully position. (a) Connect the positive (+) lead from the voltmeter to terminal A3 and the negative (–) lead to body ground. inspect the key–off power window signal. and check that the meter needle indicates battery positive voltage. (f) Approximately 60 seconds later. replace the motor. 2 1 I21313 13. connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 1 and the negative (–) lead to terminal 2. and check that the window begins to descend. 2 1 I12561 2 1 Rear Door: INSPECT POWER WINDOW MOTOR PTC THERMISTOR OPERATION (a) Disconnect the connector from the power window switch. (d) Continue to apply voltage and check that the current changes to less than 1 A within 4 to 90 seconds. (e) Disconnect the leads from the terminals. (c) Open the door and check that the meter needle indicates 0 V. I12560 Type B: (b) Close 14. (c) Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 2 on the wire harness side connector.

16. If operation is not as specified. (b) Close (c) Open Key–off power window signal: INSPECT INTEGRATION RELAY (TYPE C) OPERATION A12 N20566 HINT: When the relay circuit is as specified. A3 N20565 Type C: 15. and check that the meter needle indicates battery positive voltage. replace the relay. (d) Turn the ignition switch ON and check that the meter needle indicates battery positive voltage again. replace the relay. Type C: (c) A12 Open the door and check that the meter needle indicates 0 V. If operation is not as specified.BE–68 BODY ELECTRICAL – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM Type B: (d) Turn the ignition switch ON and check that the meter needle indicates battery positive voltage again. (b) Close the door with ignition switch turned to LOCK or ACC. inspect the key–off power window signal. INSPECT INTEGRATION RELAY CIRCUIT (See page XX–XXX) N20567 Author : MH Date : 3/7/02 2288 . (a) Connect the positive (+) lead from the voltmeter to terminal A12 and the negative (–) lead to body ground.

BE–69 BODY ELECTRICAL – POWER DOOR LOCK CONTROL SYSTEM POWER DOOR LOCK CONTROL SYSTEM BE0AP–02 LOCATION Instrument Panel J/B No.1 z POWER M–Fuse z CIG Fuse z DOOR Fuse z Integration Relay Door Key Lock and Unlock Switch Power Window Master Switch z Door Lock Control Switch Door Lock Assembly z Door Lock Motor z Door Unlock Detection Switch Door Lock Assembly z Door Lock Motor z Door Unlock Detection Switch Door Lock Control Switch Z19053 Author : Date : 2289 .

N20673 Author : Date : 2290 . N21580 4 1 5. INSPECT PASSENGER’S DOOR LOCK CONTROL SWITCH CONTINUITY Switch position LOCK OFF UNLOCK Tester connection 3–6 – 3–5 Specified condition Continuity No continuity Continuity If continuity is not as specified. N20568 3. replace the switch. replace the switch.BE–70 BODY ELECTRICAL – POWER DOOR LOCK CONTROL SYSTEM BE0AQ–02 INSPECTION 1. OFF UNLOCK LOCK 1 2 3 w/ Theft deterrent system: INSPECT DOOR KEY LOCK AND UNLOCK SWITCH CONTINUITY Switch position LOCK OFF UNLOCK Tester connection 2–1 – 3–1 Specified condition Continuity No continuity Continuity If continuity is not as specified. w/o Theft deterrent system: INSPECT DOOR KEY LOCK AND UNLOCK SWITCH CONTINUITY Switch position Tester connection 2–1 – 3–1 Specified condition Continuity No continuity Continuity LOCK OFF UNLOCK Lock Unlock If continuity is not as specified. 2. replace the switch. replace the switch. replace the switch. N20569 4. INSPECT DOOR UNLOCK DETECTION SWITCH CONTINUITY Switch position Tester connection – Specified condition No continuity OFF (Door Lock set to LOCK) ON (Door Lock set to UNLOCK) Lock Unlock 1–4 Continuity If continuity is not as specified. Master switch: INSPECT DRIVER’S DOOR LOCK CONTROL SWITCH CONTINUITY Switch position LOCK OFF N21181 Tester connection 2–4 – 4–7 Specified condition Continuity No continuity Continuity UNLOCK If continuity is not as specified.

N20571 Front door Rear door (c) (d) Disconnect the leads from terminals. and check that the door lock link moves to UNLOCK position. and check that the current changes from approximately 3. replace the door lock assembly. and check that the door lock moves to the LOCK position. connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 2 and the negative (–) lead to terminal 3. N20570 7. and check that the door lock moves to the LOCK position. Approximately 60 seconds later. replace the door lock assembly. N20572 Front door Rear door 8. replace the door lock assembly. Front door Rear door (a) (b) Using an ammeter: INSPECT PTC THERMISTOR OPERATION Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 3.2 A to less than 0. Attach a current–measuring probe to either the positive (+) lead or the negative (–) lead. and check that the current changes from approximately 3. N20572 Author : Date : 2291 .2 A to less than 0.BE–71 BODY ELECTRICAL – POWER DOOR LOCK CONTROL SYSTEM 3 2 3 2 6. (a) INSPECT MOTOR OPERATION Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 3 and the negative (–) lead to terminal 2. (a) (b) Using an ammeter with a current–measuring probe: INSPECT PTC THERMISTOR OPERATION Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 3 and the negative (–) lead to terminal 2.5 A within 20 to 70 seconds. Connect the positive (+) lead from the ammeter to terminal 2 and the negative (–) lead to battery negative (–) terminal. Approximately 60 seconds later. If operation is not as specified. N20573 Front door Rear door (c) (d) Disconnect the leads from terminals. (b) Remove the polarity and check that the door lock link moves to LOCK position.5 A within 20 to 70 seconds. reverse the polarity. If operation is not as specified. If operation is not as specified.

(d) Set the door lock control switch to LOCK and check that the voltage rises from 0 V to battery positive voltage for approximately 0. (b) Set the door lock control switch to UNLOCK and check that the voltage rises from 0 V to battery positive voltage for approximately 0. (a) Connect the positive (+) lead from the voltmeter to terminal A12 and the negative (–) lead to terminal A25. (c) Reverse the polarity of the voltmeter leads. replace the relay. If operation is not as specified.2 seconds. inspect the door lock signal. (c) Reverse the polarity of the voltmeter leads. INSPECT INTEGRATION RELAY CIRCUIT (See page BE–14) N20577 Author : Date : 2292 . (a) Connect the positive (+) lead from the voltmeter to terminal A6 and the negative (–) lead to terminal A7. (b) Set the door lock control switch to UNLOCK and check that the voltage rises from 0 V to battery positive voltage for approximately 0. Door lock signal: INSPECT INTEGRATION RELAY (Type C) OPERATION A7 A6 N20576 Type C: Unlock A7 A6 HINT: When the relay circuit is as specified. N20575 Type C: Lock 10. replace the relay. Lock Door lock signal: INSPECT INTEGRATION RELAY (Type B) OPERATION A25 A12 N20574 Type B: Unlock A25 A12 HINT: When the relay circuit is as specified. If operation is not as specified. 11.BE–72 BODY ELECTRICAL – POWER DOOR LOCK CONTROL SYSTEM Type B: 9.2 seconds. inspect the door lock signal. (d) Set the door lock control switch to LOCK and check that the voltage rises from 0 V to battery positive voltage for approximately 0.2 seconds.2 seconds.

BE–73 BODY ELECTRICAL – SLIDING ROOF SYSTEM SLIDING ROOF SYSTEM BE0AR–02 LOCATION E/G Room J/B No.1 z POWER Fuse z GAUGE Fuse z Power Main Relay z Integration Relay Sliding Control Relay and Switch Sliding Roof Motor z Limit Switch Z19490 Author : Date : 2293 .2 z DOME Fuse Ignition Switch Instrument Panel J/B No.

BE–74 BODY ELECTRICAL – SLIDING ROOF SYSTEM BE0AS–02 Wire harness side: INSPECTION 1. s–8–1 N21643 TMMK made: Tester connection 1–5 2 – Ground 3 – Ground Constant Constant Limit switch No. as shown in the table.1 is ON (Sliding roof is in an open position) Limit switch No. Author : Date : 2294 .2 is OFF (Sliding roof is in a tilt up position) Limit switch No.1 is OFF (Sliding roof is in a closed position) Limit switch No.2 limit switch OFF (Sliding roof tilted up open approx.2 limit switch ON (Except for conditions mentioned above) Ignition switch LOCK or ACC Ignition switch ON Condition Continuity Continuity No continuity Continuity No continuity Specified condition 7 – Ground 4 – Ground 4 – Ground Continuity * No voltage Battery positive voltage *: Exceptions: For 60 seconds after the ignition switch is turned ON to OFF (ACC) or until driver or passenger door is opened after the ignition switch is turned ON to OFF (ACC).) No. 3 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 INSPECT SLIDING ROOF CONTROL RELAY AND SWITCH CIRCUIT Disconnect the connector from the relay and switch and inspect the connector on the wire harness side. If the circuit is not as specified. replace the relay and switch.3 is ON (Sliding roof is in an open position) Ignition switch is in a LOCK or ACC position Ignition switch is in an ON position Condition Continuity Continuity No continuity Specified condition 3 – Ground Continuity 7 – Ground No continuity 7 – Ground Continuity 8 – Ground No continuity 8 – Ground 4 – Ground 4 – Ground Continuity * No voltage Battery positive voltage TMC made: Tester connection 1–5 2 – Ground 3 – Ground 3 – Ground 7 – Ground Constant Constant No.3 is OFF (Sliding roof is in a closed position) Limit switch No.2 is ON (Sliding roof is in the open position) Limit switch No.1 limit switch OFF (Sliding roof closed) No. 200 mm (7.1 limit switch ON (Sliding roof opened) No.87 in.

Within 10 to 60 seconds N21644 Author : Date : 2295 . check that the motor turns counterclockwise (moves to the close and up side). DENSO type: 1 2 N21183 3. DENSO type: 1 2 N21182 (b) Webasto type: 2 1 Reverse the polarity. check that the motor turns clockwise (moves to the open and down side).BE–75 BODY ELECTRICAL – SLIDING ROOF SYSTEM Webasto type: 2 1 2. (a) INSPECT SLIDING ROOF MOTOR OPERATION Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 2 and the negative (–) lead to terminal 1. (a) INSPECT CIRCUIT BREAKER OPERATION With the sliding roof in the fully opened position. replace the motor. If operation is not as specified. hold the sliding roof switch in ”OPEN” position and check that is a circuit breaker operation noise is heard within 10 to 60 seconds.

6.1 limit switch ON (SW pin pushed in) No.2 limit switch OFF (SW pin released) No.1 Limit Switch No.2 Limit Switch 4 1 5 2 6 3 TMC made: INSPECT SLIDING ROOF LIMIT SWITCH CIRCUIT Switch position No.2 limit switch ON (SW pin pushed in) No.3 limit switch OFF (SW pin released) No.BE–76 BODY ELECTRICAL – SLIDING ROOF SYSTEM (b) With the sliding roof in fully opened position.3 limit switch ON (SW pin pushed in) ON OFF 3–5 Continuity 3–6 No continuity 3–6 Continuity 3–4 No continuity 3–4 Continuity 5. replace the motor. INSPECT KEY–OFF SLIDING ROOF OPERATION (See integration relay circuit on page BE–14) Author : Date : 2296 . No. TMMK made: INSPECT SLIDING ROOF LIMIT SWITCH CIRCUIT Switch position Tester connection 3–5 Specified condition No continuity No.1 limit switch OFF (SW pin released) No.1 limit switch OFF (SW pin released) No. hold the sliding roof switch in ”TILT UP” position and check that the sliding roof begins to close within 60 seconds. within 60 seconds N21645 No.1 Limit Switch No. If operation is not as specified.1 limit switch ON (SW pin pushed in) No.2 limit switch ON (SW pin pushed in) Tester connection 4–5 Specified condition No continuity ON OFF 4–5 Continuity 4–6 No continuity N21180 4–6 Continuity If continuity is not as specified. replace the switch.2 limit switch OFF (SW pin released) No.3 Limit Switch No.2 Limit Switch N21872 4.

1 z CIG Fuse Lifter Motor Reclining Motor Power Seat Switch Lifter Motor Sliding Motor Power Seat Switch Z19504 Author : Date : 2297 .BE–77 BODY ELECTRICAL – POWER SEAT CONTROL SYSTEM POWER SEAT CONTROL SYSTEM BE0AT–02 LOCATION Instrument Panel J/B No.

4 – 11 Specified condition Continuity Continuity Continuity Down Reclining Forward Rear OFF BACK (b) Front Slide Rear Inspect the lifter switch. Switch position UP OFF DOWN Tester connection 2 – 11. 5 – 6 1 – 6. Switch position FRONT Tester connection 4 – 6. 4 – 7 4 – 11. Switch position FORWARD OFF REAR Tester connection 1 – 11. 4 – 7 2 – 7. 2 – 6 2 – 6. 6 – 8 6 – 8. 4 – 6 2 – 6. replace the switch. Author : Date : 2298 . 4 – 11 Specified condition Continuity Continuity Continuity (b) Inspect the lifter switch. 3 – 11 Specified condition Continuity Continuity Continuity (c) 5 4 3 21 121110 9 8 7 6 I01932 Inspect the reclining switch. 8 – 11 4 – 6. 4 – 12 Specified condition Continuity Continuity Continuity If continuity is not as specified. Switch position UP OFF DOWN Tester connection 2 – 5. Switch position FORWARD OFF REAR Tester connection 2 – 12. 2. TMMK made: INSPECT DRIVER’S SEAT SWITCH CONTINUITY (a) Inspect the slide switch. replace the switch.BE–78 BODY ELECTRICAL – POWER SEAT CONTROL SYSTEM BE0AU–02 Lifter Up INSPECTION 1. 5 – 11 Specified condition Continuity Continuity Continuity If continuity is not as specified. 5 – 6 1 – 6. 4 – 8 4 – 5. Switch position FRONT OFF BACK Tester connection 2 – 11. 4 – 5 Specified condition Continuity Continuity Continuity (c) Inspect the reclining switch. 4 – 8 2 – 8. (a) TMC made: INSPECT DRIVER’S SEAT SWITCH CONTINUITY Inspect the slide switch. 4 – 6 4 – 12. 3 – 6 3 – 6.

2 – 11 Specified condition Continuity Continuity Continuity Front Slide Rear OFF DOWN (c) 5 4 3 21 121110 9 8 7 6 I01932 Inspect the reclining switch. Switch position FRONT Tester connection 4 – 6. 5 – 11 Specified condition Continuity Continuity Continuity If continuity is not as specified. 4 – 11 Specified condition Continuity Continuity Continuity Down Reclining Forward Rear OFF BACK (b) Inspect the lifter switch. Switch position UP Tester connection 2 – 6. (a) 2 1 2 1 INSPECT SLIDE MOTOR OPERATION Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 2 and the negative (–) lead to terminal 1. 5 – 6 1 – 6. 4 – 8 2 – 5. (b) Reverse the polarity. 4 – 11 Specified condition Continuity Continuity Continuity (b) Inspect the lifter switch. N21865 Author : Date : 2299 . replace the switch. replace the seat adjuster. Switch position FRONT OFF BACK Tester connection 2 – 11. (a) TMC made: INSPECT PASSENGER’S SEAT CONTINUITY Inspect the slide switch.BE–79 BODY ELECTRICAL – POWER SEAT CONTROL SYSTEM Lifter Up 3. TMMK made: INSPECT PASSENGER’S SEAT CONTINUITY (a) Inspect the slide switch. Switch position UP OFF DOWN Tester connection 2 – 8. If operation is not as specified. 4 – 7 4 – 11. 2 – 6 3 – 6. 4 – 8 Specified condition Continuity Continuity Continuity (c) Inspect the reclining switch. replace the switch. 4. 3 – 11 3 – 6. check that the motor turns clockwise. 8 – 11 4 – 6. 4 – 7 2 – 7. 4 – 12 Specified condition Continuity Continuity Continuity If continuity is not as specified. Switch position FORWARD OFF REAR Tester connection 2 – 12. 6 – 8 6 – 8. 4 – 6 2 – 6. (a) (b) 5. 4 – 6 4 – 12. 4 – 5 4 – 5. Switch position FORWARD OFF REAR Tester connection 5 – 6. 1 – 11 1 – 6. check that the motor turns counterclockwise.

N21868 2 1 (c) (d) Disconnect the leads from the terminals. the positive (+) lead from the ammeter to terminal 2 and the negative (–) lead to the battery negative (–) terminal. replace the seat adjuster. (a) (b) N21866 INSPECT SLIDE MOTOR PTC THERMISTOR OPERATION Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 1. connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 2 and the negative (–) lead to terminal 1. connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 2 and the negative (–) lead to terminal 1. 2 1 (c) (d) Disconnect the leads from terminals. If operation is not as specified. If operation is not as specified.BE–80 BODY ELECTRICAL – POWER SEAT CONTROL SYSTEM 2 1 6. N21865 2 1 8. If operation is not as specified. check that the seat cushion begins to move backwards. check that the motor turns clockwise. (a) (b) INSPECT LIFTER PTC THERMISTOR OPERATION Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 1. Approximately 60 seconds later. check that the current changes to less than 1 ampere within 4 to 90 seconds. Continue to apply voltage. N21867 (a) (b) 7. replace the seat adjuster. the positive (+) lead from the ammeter to terminal 2 and the negative (–) lead to the battery negative (–) terminal. Continue to apply voltage. replace the seat adjuster. (b) Reverse the polarity. Approximately 60 seconds later. N21869 Author : Date : 2300 . check that the seat cushion begins to fall down. (a) 2 1 2 1 INSPECT LIFTER MOTOR OPERATION Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 2 and the negative (–) lead to terminal 1. then move the seat cushion to the highest position. check that the motor turns counterclockwise. check that the current changes to less than 1 ampere within 4 to 90 seconds. then move the seat cushion to the front position.

then recline the seat back to the most forward position. check that the current change to less than 1 ampere within 4 to 90 seconds. check that the seat back starts to fall backward. connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 1 and the negative (–) lead to terminal 2. Continue to apply voltage. check that the motor turns counterclockwise. Approximately 60 seconds later. If operation is not as specified. (b) Reverse the polarity.BE–81 BODY ELECTRICAL – POWER SEAT CONTROL SYSTEM (a) (b) 9. N21871 Author : Date : 2301 . replace the seat adjuster. check that the motor turns clockwise. N21865 2 1 10. 2 1 (c) (d) Disconnect the leads from the terminals. If operation is not as specified. (a) 2 1 2 1 INSPECT RECLINING MOTOR OPERATION Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 2 and the negative (–) lead to terminal 1. replace the seat adjuster. (a) (b) N21870 INSPECT RECLINING MOTOR PTC THERMISTOR OPERATION Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 2. the positive (+) lead from the ammeter to terminal 1 and the negative (–) lead to the battery negative (–) terminal.

1 z CIG Fuse LH Mirror z Mirror Motor RH Mirror z Mirror Motor Z19488 Author : Date : 2302 .BE–82 BODY ELECTRICAL – POWER MIRROR CONTROL SYSTEM POWER MIRROR CONTROL SYSTEM BE0AV–03 LOCATION Mirror Control Switch Instrument Panel J/B No.

6 – 10 5 – 10. TMMK made (w/o Heater) 1 2 3. replace the switch. 8 – 9 6 – 9. 6 – 9 Specified condition No continuity Continuity Continuity Continuity Continuity MIRROR OFF LEFT SIDE UP LEFT OFF DOWN RIGHT RIGHT SIDE DOWN LEFT RIGHT If continuity is not as specified. check that the mirror turns to left side. check that the mirror turns to left side. 6 – 10 1 – 10. N21184 Author : Date : 2303 . 2. Master switch right side: INSPECT MIRROR CONTROL SWITCH CONTINUITY Switch position OFF Tester connection – 6 – 10. TMC made (w/o Heater): Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 3 and negative (–) lead to terminal 2. 8 – 10 Specified condition No continuity Continuity Continuity Continuity Continuity 4 3 10 9 8 BE2357 h–10–2 2 1 7 6 5 Z16591 UP DOWN LEFT RIGHT If continuity is not as specified. 7 – 10 6 – 10. TMMK made (w/ Heater): Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 3 and negative (–) lead to terminal 2. check that the mirror turns to left side. 6 – 9 5 – 9. (a) (b) TMC made (w/o Heater) 3 2 TMMK made (w/ Heater) 3 2 (c) INSPECT MIRROR MOTOR TMMK made (w/o Heater): Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 1 and negative (–) lead to terminal 2.BE–83 BODY ELECTRICAL – POWER MIRROR CONTROL SYSTEM BE0AW–03 L R INSPECTION 1. Master switch left side: INSPECT MIRROR CONTROL SWITCH CONTINUITY Switch position OFF UP Tester connection – 1 – 9. 7 – 9 6 – 9. replace the switch.

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BODY ELECTRICAL – POWER MIRROR CONTROL SYSTEM

(d)
TMMK made (w/o Heater)

Reverse the polarity and check that the mirror turns to right side.

TMC made (w/o Heater)

TMMK made (w/ Heater)

N21185

TMMK made (w/o Heater)

(e)

(f)

(g)
TMC made (w/o Heater) TMMK made (w/ Heater)

TMMK made (w/o Heater): Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 3 and the negative (–) lead to terminal 2, check that the mirror turns upward. TMC made (w/o Heater): Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 1 and the negative (–) lead to terminal 2, check that the mirror turns upward. TMMK made (w/ Heater): Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 1 and the negative (–) lead to terminal 2, check that the mirror turns upward.

N21186

Author :

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2304

BE–85
BODY ELECTRICAL – POWER MIRROR CONTROL SYSTEM

(h)
TMMK made (w/o Heater)

Reverse the polarity, check that the mirror turns downward. If operation is not as specified, replace the mirror assembly.

TMC made (w/o Heater)

TMMK made (w/ Heater)

N21187

Author :

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2305

BE–86
BODY ELECTRICAL – AUDIO SYSTEM

AUDIO SYSTEM
BE0AX–03

DESCRIPTION
1. RADIO WAVE BAND

The radio wave bands used in radio broadcasting are as follows: Frequency Designation 30 kHz LF 300 kHz MF AM 3 MHz HF FM 30 MHz VHF 300 MHz

Radio wave

Modulation method

Amplitude modulation

Frequency modulation

LF: Low frequency MF: Medium Frequency HF: High Frequency VHF: Very High Frequency

FM (Stereo) FM (Monaural) AM
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2. SERVICE AREA There are great differences in the size of the service area for AM and FM monaural. Sometimes FM stereo broadcasts cannot be received even through AM comes in very clearly. Not only does FM stereo have the smallest service area, but it also picks up static and other types of interference (”noise”) easily.

3. RECEPTION PROBLEMS Besides the problem of static, there are also the problems called ”fading”, ”multipath” and ”fade out”. These problems are caused not by electrical noise but by the nature of the radio waves themselves.

Fading

Ionosphere

z

Fading Besides electrical interference, AM broadcasts are also susceptible to other types of interference, especially at night. This is because AM radio waves bounce off the ionosphere at night. These radio waves then interfere with the signals from the same transmitter that reach the vehicle’s antenna directly. This type of interference is called ”fading”.

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Author :

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2306

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BODY ELECTRICAL – AUDIO SYSTEM

Multipath

z

Multipath One type of interference caused by bouncing of radio waves off obstructions is called ”multipath”. Multipath occurs when a signal from the broadcast transmitter antenna bounces off buildings and mountains and interferes with the signal that is received directly.

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Fade Out

z

Fade Out Because FM radio waves are of higher frequencies than AM radio waves, they bounce off buildings, mountains, and other obstructions. For this reason, FM signals often seem to gradually disappear or fade away as the vehicle goes behind a building or other obstructions. This is called ”fade out”.

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4. NOISE PROBLEMS (a) Questionnaire for noise: It is very important for noise troubleshooting to have good understanding of the claims from the customers, so that make the best use of following quenstionnaire and diagnose the problem accurately.

Noise occurs at a specific place. Noise occurs when listening to faint broadcasting.

Strong possibility of foreign noise. There is a case that the same program is broadcasted from each local station and that may be the case you are listening to different station if the program is the same. Strong possibility of the beat from a distant broadcasting. Strong possibility of multipath noise and fading noise caused by the changes of FM waves.

AM

Noise occurs only at night. FM Noise occurs while driving and at a specific place.

HINT: In the case that the noise occurrence condition does not meet any of the above quenstionnaire, check based on the ”Trouble Phenomenon”. Refer to previous page for multipath and fading.

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BODY ELECTRICAL – AUDIO SYSTEM

(b)

Matlers that require attention when checking: z Noise coming into the radio usually has no harm for practical use as the noise protection is taken and it is hardly thinkable for an extremely loud noise to come in. When extremely loud noise comes into the radio, check if the grounding is normal where the antenna is installed. z Check if all the regular noise prevention parts are properly installed and if there is any installation of non–authorized parts and non–authorized wiring. z If you leave the radio out of tune (not tuning), it is easy to diagnose the phenomenon as noise occurs frequently.

Noise

Glass Printed Antenna Noise

(c)

Noise

Noise

Signal Radio

Noise
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Antenna and noise: Electronic signal received by the antenna will reach to the radio transmitting through the core wire of the coaxial cable. Any noise wave other than radio wave is mixed into this core wire, that naturally causes noise in the radio and poor sound quality. In order to prevent these noises from mixing into the radio, the core wire inside the coaxial cable is covered with a mesh wire called shield wire. This shield wire shelters the noise and transmits it to the ground, thus preventing noise from mixing in. If this shield wire has grounding failure, that causes noise.

(d)
to Radio

Battery Noise

Choke Coil

Choke coil and noise: The choke coil is connected in the rear window defogger circuit. This is conneted so to prevent noise from mixing into the radio by making the noise current included in the power source of the rear window defogger flow to the ground.

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Author :

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2308

grounding check and grounding check of the choke coil are needed. please check refering to the following illustration.BE–89 BODY ELECTRICAL – AUDIO SYSTEM Plug (Main) (1) (3) Plug (Sub) Antenna Terminal (Main) (2) (4) Antenna Terminal (Sub) I00399 5. Terminal connection (1) ↔ (2) (3) ↔ (4) Normal condition Continuity Continuity Ground point: Antenna Cord Center Brace Choke Coil Pillar (RH) N21548 I00402 I00403 Pillar (LH) I00407 Author : Date : 2309 . Glass printed antenna: GROUNDING FOR THE ANTENNA CORD AND CHOKE COIL HINT: During troubleshooting. in case that the antenna code continuity check.

Terminal connection (1) ↔ (2) Normal condition Continuity I00400 Ground point: Antenna Cord Center Brace Noise Filter Luggage Room (RH side) I00427 I00428 I00429 Pillar (LH) I00408 Author : Date : 2310 . in case that the antenna code continuity check. Antenna Terminal (2) Fixed mast antenna: GROUNDING FOR THE ANTENNA CORD AND CHOKE COIL Plug (1) HINT: During troubleshooting. please check refering to the following illustrations.BE–90 BODY ELECTRICAL – AUDIO SYSTEM 6. grounding check and grounding check of the choke coil are needed.

Noise present. CD Player CD cannot be inserted. Noise Noise occurs. Power coming in. CD will not be ejected.).BE–91 BODY ELECTRICAL – AUDIO SYSTEM BE0AY–05 TROUBLESHOOTING NOTICE: When replacing the internal mechanism (computer part) of the audio system. MW and SW. but no sound (including ’noise’) is produced. Tape Player Cassette tape cannot be inserted. 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 The term ”AM” includes LW. but CD player not operating. Open or short circuit of the wire harness Connector or terminal connection fault Problem Radio Radio not operating when power switch turned ’ON’. Either AM or FM does not work. Poor reception. CD inserted. Cassette tape is inserted. HINT: This inspection procedure is a simple troubleshooting which should be carried out on the vehicle during system operation and was prepared on the assumption of system component troubles (except for the wires and connectors. Any speaker does not work. reception poor (volume faint). but AM – FM not operating. Noise produced when engine starts. Display indicates when power switch turned ’ON’. Cassette tape will not be ejected. Sound jumps. Sound quality poor. Preset memory disappears. but no power. Always inspect the trouble taking the following items into consideration. malfunction with tape speed or auto–reverse. of the replacement part (spare part). Power coming in. Fewer station presets. (volume faint) Tape jammed. be careful that no part of your body or clothing comes in contact with the terminals of the leads from the IC. Author : Date : 2311 . etc. Either speaker does not work. No. etc. and the term ”FM” includes UKW. but tape player not operating. Noise produced by vibration or shock while driving. but no power. Sound quality poor. Sound quality poor (Volume faint). Either speaker does not work.

NG GND faulty.1 fuse is OK? OK Is ACC applied to radio? Yes Check that RAD No. Yes Radio assembly faulty.2 fuse is OK? OK Is +B applied to radio? Yes Check that GND (wire harness side) to radio is OK? OK Radio assembly faulty. Replace fuse. No +B wire harness faulty.BE–92 BODY ELECTRICAL – AUDIO SYSTEM 1 Radio RADIO NOT OPERATING WHEN POWER SWITCH TURNED ’ON’ zRadio–CD Plater Unit (Built–in Power Amplifier) zRadio–Tape Plater Unit (Built–in Power Amplifier) Does tape or CD player operate normally? No NG Check that RAD No. Author : Date : 2312 . No ACC wire harness faulty. NG Replace fuse.

No ACC wire harness faulty.2 fuse is OK? OK Is +B applied to power amplifier? Yes Check that GND (wire harness side) to power amplifier is OK? OK Is ACC applied to radio assembly? Yes No Is +B applied to radio assembly? Yes Check that GND (wire harness side) to radio assembly is OK? OK Radio assembly faulty. Power amplifier or wire harness faulty. NG GND faulty. Replace fuse. Yes Radio assembly faulty. No Power amplifier or wire harness faulty.1 fuse is OK? OK Is ACC applied to power amplifier? Yes Check that RAD No. NG GND faulty.BE–93 BODY ELECTRICAL – AUDIO SYSTEM z Radio–Tape Player Unit (Separate Power Amplifier) z Radio–Tape Player–CD Player Unit (Separate Power Amplifier) z Radio–CD Player Unit (Separate Power Amplifier) Does tape or CD player operate normally? No NG Check that RAD No. I03349 Author : Date : 2313 . NG Replace fuse. No +B wire harness faulty.

No ACC wire harness faulty.BE–94 BODY ELECTRICAL – AUDIO SYSTEM 2 Radio DISPLAY INDICATES WHEN POWER SWITCH TURNED ’ON’. Yes Speaker faulty.1 fuse is OK? OK Is ACC applied to radio? Yes Check that RAD No. No +B wire harness faulty. NG Replace fuse. NG Replace fuse.2 fuse is OK? OK Is +B applied to radio? Yes Check that GND (wire harness side) to radio is OK? OK Does continuity exist in speaker wire harness? Yes Temporarily install another speaker. NG GND faulty. Author : Date : 2314 . No Radio faulty. I03350 Yes Radio faulty. BUT NO SOUND (INCLUDING ’NOISE’) IS PRODUCED z Radio–Tape Player Unit (Built–in Power Amplifier) z Radio–CD Player Unit (Built–in Power Amplifier) Does tape or CD player operate normally? No Check that RAD No. No Speaker wire harness faulty.

Speaker wire harness faulty. V08239 Author : Date : 2315 . No Is ACC applied to radio assembly? Yes Is +B applied to radio assembly? Yes Check that GND (wire harness side) to radio assembly is OK? OK Does continuity exist in speaker wire harness? Yes Yes Temporarily install another speaker. Yes Check that RAD No. Speaker faulty.2 fuse is OK? OK Is +B applied to power amplifier. NG GND faulty. Functions OK? No No Hiss noise from speaker? Yes Radio assembly faulty. NG Replace fuse.1 fuse is OK? OK Is ACC applied to power amplifier. Power amplifier faulty.BE–95 BODY ELECTRICAL – AUDIO SYSTEM z Radio–Tape Player Unit (Separate Power Amplifier) z Radio–Tape Player–CD Player Unit (Separate Power Amplifier) z Radio–CD Player Unit (Separate Power Amplifier) Does tape player operate normally? No NG Check that RAD No. GND faulty. Recheck system after repair. Recheck system after repair. Yes Check that GND (wire harness side) to power amplifier is OK? OK Replace fuse. No ACC wire harness faulty. No +B wire harness faulty. No NG No Power amplifier faulty. Power amplifier faulty.

Yes Speaker faulty. Recheck system after repair.BE–96 BODY ELECTRICAL – AUDIO SYSTEM 3 Radio NOISE PRESENT. Functions OK? No Power amplifier faulty. No Yes Speaker faulty. Does tape player operate normally? No Separate amplifier? No Yes Hiss noise from speaker? Yes No Power amplifier faulty. I03351 Yes Radio assembly faulty. Yes Radio assembly Recheck system after repair. z Radio–Tape Player Unit (Separate Power Amplifier) z Radio–Tape Player–CD Player Unit (Separate Power Amplifier) z Radio–CD Player Unit (Separate Power Amplifier) Does tape player operate normally? No Is hiss noise produced by non–functioning speaker? No Does continuity exist in speaker wire harness? Yes Temporarily install another speaker. Speaker wire harness faulty. Functions OK? No Radio assembly faulty. Author : Date : 2316 . Yes Temporarily install another speaker. Radio assembly faulty. Yes Radio assembly faulty. Yes Radio assembly faulty. 4 Radio ANY SPEAKER DOSE NOT WORK z Radio–Tape Player Unit (Built–in Power Amplifier) z Radio–CD Player Unit (Built–in Power Amplifier) Does tape or CD player operate normally? No Is hiss noise produced by non–functioning speaker? No Does continuity exist in speaker wire harness? No Speaker wire harness faulty. BUT AM–FM NOT OPERATING Yes Radio assembly faulty.

RECEPTION POOR (VOLUME FAINT). Yes Speaker faulty. Yes Poor signals. Yes Radio assembly faulty. No Power amplifier faulty. poor location. Yes Speaker faulty. No Radio assembly faulty. z Radio–Tape Player Unit (Separate Power Amplifier) z Radio–Tape Player–CD Player Unit (Separate Power Amplifier) z Radio–CD Player Unit (Separate Power Amplifier) Problem with radio wave signals or location? No Are both AM and FM defective? Yes Is power for the antenna being output from the radio assembly? Yes Go to No.15 No No Radio assembly faulty. Functions OK? No Hiss noise from speaker? Yes Radio assembly faulty. V08242 I03352 Author : Date : 2317 . No Does tape player operate normally? No Temporarily install another speaker. Does tape player operate normally? No Temporarily install another speaker. FEWER STATION PRESETS z Radio–Tape Player Unit (Built–in Power Amplifier) z Radio–CD Player Unit (Built–in Power Amplifier) Problem with radio wave signals or location? No Are both AM or FM defective? Yes Is power for the antenna being output from the radio assembly? Yes Go to No. poor location. Yes Poor signals. Functions OK? No Radio assembly faulty. Recheck system after repair. Recheck system after repair.BE–97 BODY ELECTRICAL – AUDIO SYSTEM 5 Radio EITHER AM OR FM DOES NOT WORK.15 Yes Radio assembly faulty.

choke coil and noise filter. Exchange the choke coil. Measure for contact. Exchange the antenna cord.BE–98 BODY ELECTRICAL – AUDIO SYSTEM 6 Radio POOR RECEPTION Is the condition bad in comparison with other vehicle? No Yes An electric wave environment. Exchange the antenna cord. No No Check if there is any scratch and breaking in a wire on the glass antenna and the defogger pattern. Check the radio. OK Yes Does the condition get better by exchanging the choke coil? No Yes Does the condition get better by exchanging the antenna cord? No Exchange the glass. (See page BE–115) No Is the contact of the plug jack of the radio OK? Yes No Does the condition get better by using the outer antenna? (Such as pillar antenna) Yes No Is the contact of the antenna terminal on the glass surface and the defogger terminal? Yes Is the continuity of the antenna cord OK? Yes NG Check the grounding of the antenna. telephone antenna etc. Yes Repair Check for contact. I01472 Author : Date : 2318 . No No Does the condition get better if removing them? Yes Influence of additional installation parts. Yes Is there any additional installation parts? (Sun shade film. antenna cord.). Grounding failure.

No Is speaker properly installed? Yes Temporarily install another speaker. I03353 Author : Date : 2319 . poor location. Does tape player operate normally? Radio assembly faulty.BE–99 BODY ELECTRICAL – AUDIO SYSTEM 7 Radio SOUND QUALITY POOR z Radio–Tape Player Unit (Built–in Power Amplifier) z Radio–CD Player Unit (Built–in Power Amplifier) Is sound quality always bad? No Is sound quality bad in certain area only. Yes Yes Radio assembly faulty. Yes Speaker faulty. Does tape player operate normally? Yes Radio assembly faulty. Recheck system after repair. Does tape player operate normally? Yes No Radio assembly or power amplifier faulty. Functions OK? No Radio assembly faulty. Speaker faulty. No No Is speaker properly installed? Yes Yes Temporarily install another speaker. z Radio–Tape Player Unit (Separate Power Amplifier) z Radio–Tape Player–CD Player Unit (Separate Power amplifier) z Radio–Tape CD Unit (Separate Power Amplifier) Is sound quality always bad? No Is sound quality bad only in certain areas? No Installed properly. Yes Poor signals. Functions OK? No Radio assembly or power amplifier faulty. Yes Poor signals. poor location. No Yes Radio assembly faulty. No Installe properly.

I03354 Yes Radio assembly faulty. No +B wire harness faulty. NG GND faulty.1 fuse is OK? OK Is +B applied to power amplifier? Yes Check that GND (wire harness side) to power amplifier? OK Is +B applied to radio assembly? Yes Check that GND (wire harness side) to radio assembly? OK Radio assembly faulty. NG Replace fuse. Yes Radio assembly faulty.1 fuse is OK? No +B wire harness faulty. No Power amplifier faulty. Author : Date : 2320 . NG Power amplifier faulty. OK Is +B applied to radio assembly? Yes Check that GND (wire harness side) to radio? OK Radio assembly faulty. z Radio–Tape Player Unit (Separate Power Amplifier) z Radio–Tape Player–CD Player Unit (Separate Power Amplifier) z Radio–CD Player Unit (Separate Power Amplifier) Can cassette tape be inserted in tape player? No Check that RAD No.BE–100 BODY ELECTRICAL – AUDIO SYSTEM 8 Radio PRESET MEMORY DISAPPEARS z Radio–Tape Player Unit (Built–in Power Amplifier) z Radio–CD Player Unit (Built–in Power Amplifier) Can cassette tape be inserted in tape player? No Replace fuse. NG GND faulty. NG Check that RAD No.

V08246 Radio assembly faulty. z Radio–Tape Player Unit (Separate Power Amplifier) z Radio–Tape Player–CD Player Unit (Separate Power Amplifier) Yes NG GND faulty. Author : Date : 2321 . No Power amplifier faulty. Is there a foreign object inside tape player? No Remove foreign object. No +B wire harness faulty. NG Replace fuse. No +B wire harness faulty. NG GND faulty. NG Power amplifier faulty.BE–101 BODY ELECTRICAL – AUDIO SYSTEM 9 Tape Player CASSETTE TAPE CANNOT BE INSERTED z Radio–Tape Player Unit (Built–in Power Amplifier) Is there a foreign object inside tape player? No Does auto search button of radio operate normally? No Check that RAD No. NG Replace fuse.1 fuse is OK? OK Is +B applied to radio assembly? Yes Check that GND (wire harness side) to radio assembly? OK Radio assembly faulty. Yes Remove foreign object. Yes Radio assembly faulty. Yes Does auto search button radio operate normally? No Check that RAD No.1 fuse is OK? OK Is +B applied to power amplifier? Yes Check that GND (wire harness side) to power amplifier is OK? OK Is +B applied to radio assembly? Yes Check that GND (wire harness side) to radio assembly is OK? OK Radio assembly faulty.

No +B wire harness faulty.1 fuse is OK? OK Is +B applied to power amplifier? Yes Is ACC applied to radio assembly? Yes Radio assembly faulty. z Radio–Tape Player Unit (Separate Power Amplifier) z Radio–Tape Player–CD Player Unit (Separate Power Amplifier) Does radio operate normal? No Check that RAD No. Yes Radio assembly faulty. NG Replace fuse.BE–102 BODY ELECTRICAL – AUDIO SYSTEM 10 Tape Player CASSETTE TAPE IS INSERTED. NG Replace fuse.1 fuse is OK? OK Is +B applied to radio assembly? Yes Radio assembly faulty. NG Replace fuse. Yes Radio assembly faulty.2 fuse is OK? OK Is ACC applied to power amplifier? Yes Check that RAD No.1 fuse is OK? OK Is ACC applied to radio assembly? Yes Check that RAD No. No ACC wire harness faulty. No ACC wire harness faulty. V08247 Author : Date : 2322 . NG Replace fuse. BUT NO POWER z Radio–Tape Player Unit (Built–in Power Amplifier) Does radio operate normally? No Check that RAD No. No Power amplifier faulty. No +B wire harness faulty.

V08248 Yes Cassette tape faulty.BE–103 BODY ELECTRICAL – AUDIO SYSTEM 11 Tape Player POWER COMING IN. Yes Radio assembly faulty. z Radio–Tape Player Unit (Separate Power Amplifier) z Radio–Tape Player–CD Player Unit (Separate Power Amplifier) Function OK if different cassette tape inserted? No Does radio operate normally? No Does continuity exist in speaker wire harness? Yes Temporarily install another speaker. Recheck system after repair. Author : Date : 2323 . No Power amplifier faulty. Recheck system after repair. Yes Cassette tape faulty. No Speaker wire harness faulty. Functions OK? No Radio assembly faulty. Function OK? No Hissing sound from speaker? Yes Radio assembly faulty. Yes Speaker faulty. Yes Speaker faulty. No Speaker wire harness faulty. Yes Radio assembly faulty. BUT TAPE PLAYER NOT OPERATING z Radio–Tape Player Unit (Built–in Power Amplifier) Functions OK if different cassette tape inserted? No Does radio operate normally? No Does continuity exist in speaker wire harness? Yes Temporarily install another speaker.

Yes Radio assembly faulty. Recheck system after repair. V08249 Author : Date : 2324 . Speaker wire harness faulty. No Speaker wire harness faulty. Yes Radio assembly faulty. No Does continuity exist in speaker wire harness? Yes Temporarily install another speaker. No Yes Radio assembly faulty. Yes Radio assembly faulty. z Radio–Tape Player Unit (Separate Power Amplifier) z Radio–Tape Player–CD Player Unit (Separate Power Amplifier) Does radio operate normally? No Is hiss noise produced by non–functioning speaker. Yes Speaker faulty. Functions OK? No Radio assembly faulty.BE–104 BODY ELECTRICAL – AUDIO SYSTEM 12 Tape Player EITHER SPEAKER DOES NOT WORK z Radio–Tape Player Unit (Built–in Power Amplifier) Does radio operate normally? No Is hiss noise produces by non–functioning speaker. Function OK? No Radio assembly or power amplifier faulty. No Does continuity exist in speaker wire harness? Yes Temporarily install another speaker. Yes Speaker faulty.

BE–105 BODY ELECTRICAL – AUDIO SYSTEM 13 Tape Player SOUND QUALITY POOR (VOLUME FAINT) z Radio–Tape Player Unit (Built–in Power Amplifier) Functions OK if different cassette tape inserted? No Yes Operates normally after cleaning the heads? No Does radio operate normally? No Is speaker properly installed? Yes Temporarily install another speaker. Head dirty. z Radio–Tape Player Unit (Separate Power Amplifier) z Radio–Tape Player–CD Player Unit (Separate Power Amplifier) Functions OK if different cassette tape inserted? No Yes Operates normally after cleaning the heads? No Does radio operate normally? No Is speaker properly installed? Yes Temporarily install another speaker. Head dirty. No Installed properly. Yes Cassette tape faulty. Functions OK? No Radio assembly faulty or power amplifier faulty. Author : Date : 2325 . Yes Radio assembly faulty. V08250 Yes Cassette tape faulty. No Installed properly. Yes Speaker faulty. Yes Speaker faulty. Function OK? No Radio assembly faulty. Yes Radio assembly faulty.

MALFUNCTION WITH TAPE SPEED OR AUTO–REVERSE Yes Function OK if different tape (less than 120 mints. Cassette tape jammed. No Power amplifier faulty. Cassette tape jammed. No +B wire harness faulty. No +B wire harness faulty. Yes Radio assembly faulty. 15 Tape Player CASSETTE TAPE WILL NOT BE EJECTED z Radio–Tape Player Unit (Built–in Power Amplifier) No Does tape player operate normally? Yes Is auto search button of radio operating normally? No NG Check that RAD No. V08251 Author : Date : 2326 .BE–106 BODY ELECTRICAL – AUDIO SYSTEM 14 Tape Player TAPE JAMMED. Yes Head dirty.1 fuse is OK? OK Is +B applied to radio assembly? Yes Radio assembly faulty. NG Replace fuse.) inserted? No Cassette tape faulty. Remove foreign object.1 fuse is OK? OK Is +B applied to power amplifier? Yes Is +B applied to radio assembly? Yes Radio assembly faulty. Replace fuse. z Radio–Tape Player Unit (Separate Power Amplifier) z Radio–Tape Player–CD Player Unit (Separate Power Amplifier) No Does tape player operate normally? Yes Is auto search button of radio operating normally? No Check that RAD No. Yes Is there a foreign object inside tape player? No Operates normally after cleaning the heads? No Radio assembly faulty. Yes Radio assembly faulty.

I03355 Author : Date : 2327 . NG Replace fuse.1 fuse is OK? OK Is +B applied to power amplifier? Yes Check that GND (wire harness side) to radio assembly is OK? OK Radio assembly faulty. +B2 applied to power amplifier? Yes Is ACC and +B.BE–107 BODY ELECTRICAL – AUDIO SYSTEM 16 CD Player CD CANNOT BE INSERTED z Radio–CD Player Unit (Built–in Power Amplifier) z Radio–CD Player Unit (Separate Power Amplifier) z Radio–Tape Player – CD Player (Separate Power Amplifier) Is CD already inserted? No Is auto search button of radio operating normally? Yes Is +B applied to CD player? Yes Check that GND wire harness side to CD player is OK? No OK CD player faulty. Check that RAD No. NG Replace fuse. I03355 No Power amplifier faulty.2 fuse is OK? OK Is ACC and +B. NG 17 CD Player CD INSERTED. No Radio assembly faulty. NG No Radio assembly faulty. No ACC and +B. +B2 applied to radio assembly? Yes Radio assembly faulty. BUT NO POWER z Radio–CD Player Unit (Built–in Power Amplifier) z Radio–CD Player Unit (Separate Power Amplifier) z Radio–Tape Player – CD Player (Separate Power Amplifier) Does radio operate normally? Yes Is ACC applied to CD player? Yes No CD player faulty.1 and No. +B2 wire harness faulty. Yes Eject CD. No +B wire harness faulty. Check that RAD No.

Functions OK? No Hissing sound from speaker? Yes Radio assembly faulty. CD faulty. BUT CD PLAYER NOT OPERATING z Radio–CD Player Unit (Built–in Power Amplifier) z Radio–CD Player Unit (Separate Power Amplifier) z Radio–Tape Player – CD Player (Separate Power Amplifier) No Is CD inserted with correct side up? Yes Function OK if different CD inserted? No Does radio operate normally? Yes Yes Insert correctly. Yes Speaker faulty. Yes Is temperature inside cabin hot? No Protective circuit in operation. Speaker wire harness faulty. No Power amplifier faulty. Recheck system after repair. Recheck system after repair. Does continuity exist in speaker wire harness? Yes Temporarily install another speaker. changes. Yes No Has sudden temperature change occurred inside cabin? No CD player faulty. I03356 Author : Date : 2328 .BE–108 BODY ELECTRICAL – AUDIO SYSTEM 18 CD Player POWER COMING IN. No Formation of condensation due to temp.

I03357 Author : Date : 2329 . Formation of condensation due to temp. Functions OK? No Radio assembly or CD player or Power amplifier faulty. Speaker faulty. changes. Yes No Yes CD faulty. Installed properly. 20 CD Player SOUND QUALITY POOR (VOLUME FAINT) z Radio–CD Player Unit (Built–in Power Amplifier) z Radio–CD Player Unit (Separate Power Amplifier) z Radio–Tape Player – CD Player (Separate Power Amplifier) Yes Functions OK if different CD inserted? No Does radio operate normally? No Is speaker properly installed? Yes Temporarily install another speaker. CD faulty. Installed properly. Yes Yes No Jumping caused by vibration. CD player faulty.BE–109 BODY ELECTRICAL – AUDIO SYSTEM 19 CD Player SOUND JUMPS z Radio–CD Player Unit (Built–in Power Amplifier) z Radio–CD Player Unit (Separate Power Amplifier) z Radio–Tape Player – CD Player (Separate Power Amplifier) Yes Does sound jump only during strong vibration? No Is CD player properly installed? Yes Functions OK if different CD inserted? No Has sudden temperature change occurred inside cabin? No CD player faulty.

No +B wire harness faulty.1 fuse is OK? OK Is +B and +B2 applied to power amplifier? Yes Is +B and +B2 applied to radio assembly? Yes Radio assembly faulty. Check that RAD No. No Power amplifier faulty. Speaker wire harness faulty. No Radio assembly faulty. Radio assembly faulty. NG Replace fuse. Speaker faulty. Recheck system after repair. I03358 Author : Date : 2330 . No Power amplifier faulty.BE–110 BODY ELECTRICAL – AUDIO SYSTEM 21 CD Player EITHER SPEAKER DOES NOT WORK z Radio–CD Player Unit (Built–in Power Amplifier) z Radio–CD Player Unit (Separate Power Amplifier) z Radio–Tape Player – CD Player (Separate Power Amplifier) Yes Does radio operate normally? No Is hiss noise produced by non–functioning speaker? No Does continuity exist in speaker wire harness? Yes Temporarily install another speaker. Yes No Yes CD player. Function OK. 22 CD Player CD WILL NOT BE EJECTED z Radio–CD Player Unit (Built–in Power Amplifier) z Radio–CD Player Unit (Separate Power Amplifier) z Radio–Tape Player – CD Player (Separate Power Amplifier) Is auto search button of radio operating normally? No Yes Is +B applied to CD player? Yes CD player faulty. Recheck system after repair.

Yes Check the radio. Failure of glass installation. I01473 Author : Date : 2331 .BE–111 BODY ELECTRICAL – AUDIO SYSTEM 23 Noise NOISE OCCURS No Does the noise occur only in the radio? Yes Does the noise occur in a particular place? No It occurs in the cassette CD. choke coil and noise filter. Does the condition get better by exchanging the choke coil? Exchange the choke coil. (Go to step 13 or 20) Yes An electric environment. Yes Does the condition get better by exchanging the antenna cord? No Radiates directly to the antenna from the generation source. Yes Is there any additional installation part around the glass printed antenna? (Sunshade film. telephone antenna. Does the noise stop by removing it? Yes Influence of the film of the noise radiation of additional installation part.) No No Does the noise occur even pulling out the antenna cord from the radio? No Yes Does the noise occur even pulling out the antenna terminal on the glass surface? No Yes Is there any adhesive stuck on the bases of the antenna terminal. Mixing into the antenna cable. defogger terminal and bus bar? No Yes Does the noise occur even pulling out the defogger terminal? No Check the grounding of the antenna. antenna cord. etc. Must plane the butyl rubber. NG OK Grounding failure. Exchange the antenna cord. Interfering noise from the defogger line and choke coil.

Is noise produced? No Yes Each system faulty. I01474 Author : Date : 2332 . Noise produced by static electricity accumulated in the vehicle body.BE–112 BODY ELECTRICAL – AUDIO SYSTEM 24 Noise NOISE PRODUCED BY VIBRATION OR SHOCK WHILE DRIVING No Installed properly. No Is speaker properly installed? Yes Is speaker properly installed? Yes With vehicle stationary lightly tap each system.

Yes Fuel gauge noise. No Noise occurs during window washer operation. gauge noise. No Other type of noise. No Scraping noise in time with wiper beat. No Clicking sound heard when horn button is pressed. Wiper noise. Yes Turn signal noise.BE–113 BODY ELECTRICAL – AUDIO SYSTEM 25 Noise NOISE PRODUCED WHEN ENGINE STARTS Yes Whistling noise which becomes high–pitched when accelerator strongly depressed. disappears shortly after engine stops. I01475 Author : Date : 2333 . Yes Washer noise. No Tick–tock noise occurs in co–ordination with blinking of flasher. No Scratching noise occurs during sudden acceleration. Yes A/C noise. No Generator noise. then released. Yes Ignition noise. Yes Scratching noise occurs while engine is running and continues for a while even after engine stops. No Murmuring sound stops when engine stops. No Whining noise occurs when A/C is operating. Yes Horn noise. Yes Engine coolant temp. Whirring/ grating sound when pressed continuously. driving on rough roads or when ignition switch is turned on.

BE–114 BODY ELECTRICAL – AUDIO SYSTEM BE0AZ–05 LOCATION Tweeter Speaker Tweeter Speaker AMP Instrument Panel J/B No.1 z RADIO Fuse z DOME Fuse Front Speaker Glass Printed Antenna (MAIN) Diversity Only (SUB) Rear Speaker Z19489 Author : Date : 2334 .

BE–115
BODY ELECTRICAL – AUDIO SYSTEM
BE0B0–06

INSPECTION
1. GLASS PRINTED ANTENNA INSPECTION PROCEDURE NOTICE: z When cleaning the glass, use soft dry cloth, and wipe the glass in the direction of the wire. Take care not to damage the wires. z Do not use detergents or glass cleaners with abrasive ingredients. NOTICE: In order not to damage the glass printed antenna, wrap up the tip of the tester stick with aluminum foil as shown in the illustration and check by holding the aluminum foil with a finger.
Aluminum Foil

Tester Probe

BE4029

By placing and moving the tester stick along the glass printed antenna, check if continuity exists.

I00430

Matching module
I00459

HINT: Matching module is built in the bus bar of the glass printed antenna (main terminal side) of CAMRY and no continuity exists between the terminal and the antenna. Therefore, for the continuity checking of the glass printed antenna on the main antenna side of CAMRY, place one probe of the tester on the position beside the bus bar (position shown in the illustration) and check by making the other probe of the tester move along.

Repair Point

2. (a) (b)
Broken Wire

(c)

GLASS PRINTED ANTENNA REPAIR PROCEDURE Clean the broken wire tips with grease, wax and silicone remover. Place the masking tape along both sides of the wire for repair. Thoroughly mix the repair agent (Dupont paste No. 4817).

Masking Tape
BE0150

Author :

Date :

2335

BE–116
BODY ELECTRICAL – AUDIO SYSTEM

(d) (e)

Using a fine tip brush, apply a small amount of the agent to the wire. After a few minutes, remove the masking tape.

BE0151

Author :

Date :

2336

BE–117
BODY ELECTRICAL – CLOCK

CLOCK
BE0B1–02

TROUBLESHOOTING
HINT: Troubleshoot the clock according to the table below.
Clock will not operate Clock loses or gains time 1 2

± 1.5 seconds / day

E

Ground Power Source (Illumination) Power Source (System Operation) Power Source (Display Operation) Connector (Clock Side) (Wire Harness Side)

ILL B

4 3 2 1

1 2 3 4

ACC

BE1847 e–4–2–D e–4–1–D

Z04388

1

CLOCK WILL NOT OPERATE (a) Check that the battery positive voltage is 10 – 16 V. (Clock Side) (Wire Harness Side) If voltage is not as specified, replace the battery. (b) Check that the DOME fuse is not blown. If the fuse is blown, replace the fuse and check for short circuit. (c) Troubleshoot the clock as follows. HINT: Inspect the connector on the wire harness side. B+ GND Open or short circuit in wire harness between terminal GND and body ground.

e–4–2–D e–4–1–D

Is there battery positive voltage between terminal B+ and body ground? Yes Does continuity exist between terminal GND and body ground. Yes Replace clock.

No

No

Open circuit in wire harness between terminal GND and body ground.

V04421

Author :

Date :

2337

BE–118
BODY ELECTRICAL – CLOCK

2

CLOCK LOSES OR GAINS TIME

(Clock Side)

(a) Check that the battery positive voltage is 10 – 16 V. If voltage is not as specified, replace the battery. (b) Inspect the error of the clock. Allowable error (per day): ± 1.5 seconds If the error exceeds the allowable error, replace the clock. (c) Check that the clock adjusting button is caught in position, and does not return. If the button is not returned, repair or replace the clock. (d) Troubleshoot the clock as follows. HINT: Inspect the connector on the wire harness side.

(Wire Harness Side)

e–4–2–D e–4–1–D

B+

GND Below 10 V Locate cause and repair, or recharge battery.

Is there 10 – 16 V between terminal B+ and body ground? Yes Adjust or replace clock.

V04422

Author :

Date :

2338

BE–119
BODY ELECTRICAL – ENGINE IMMOBILISER SYSTEM

ENGINE IMMOBILISER SYSTEM
BE0B2–06

REGISTRATION PROCEDURE
1. KEY REGISTRATION IN AUTOMATIC REGISTRATION MODE (a) Registration of a new transponder key. HINT: z This must be done when you have installed a new ECM. z The new ECM is in the automatic key code registration mode. The already fixed number of key codes for this ECM can be registered. On this type of vehicle, up to 4 key codes can be registered. z In the automatic registration mode, the last key registered becomes sub–key.
START
Security indicator blinks until the first key is inserted. The indicator lights up after the key registration.

Insert the key in the key cylinder. Security Indicator ON

Under registration Security OFF Indicator

Registration completion

Remove the key.

Yes

Will you register the next key? No

Security Indicator ON (After the last key (sub–key) has been registered, the indicator goes off.)

END

Author :

Date :

2339

25 Sec. code 2–1 is output from the security indicator and when inserting the already registered key.25 Sec.BE–120 BODY ELECTRICAL – ENGINE IMMOBILISER SYSTEM HINT: z z z When a key is not inserted in the key cylinder in the automatic registration mode. the security indicator blinks. the security indicator always lights on. 0. Code 2–1 1 Sec. require automatic registration mode completion. 0. When key code registration could not be performed in the automatic registration mode.25 Sec. After 1 more key code have been registered with master key. 0. code 2–2 is output. 0. Author : Date : 2340 .8 Sec. Code2–2 1 Sec. (1) Depress and release brake pedal 5 times or more within 15sec. perform step (1) or (2) without pulling the key out or inserting the already registered key. Blinks 1.5 Sec.0.25 Sec. (b) Automatic registration mode completion If completing the mode forcibly when more than 1 key code have been registered in the automatic registration mode. (2) With the TOYOTA hand–held tester.2 Sec. When the immobiliser system operations normally and the key is pull out.5 Sec. 0. 0. perform the following procedures.

the timer completes counting time. and remove the master key. z When the next procedure is performed while the timer is working. Yes Will you register the next key? No The registration mode completes when pulling out the key within 10sec. After 60 sec. REGISTRATION OF ADDITIONAL MASTER KEY There are 2 ways for registration of additional master key. (Security indicator blinks) Within 10 sec. one is depressing brake pedal and acceleration pedal and the other is using TOYOTA hand–held tester. Within 10 sec. pass. HINT: z It is possible to register up to 7 master key codes including the already registered key code.BE–121 BODY ELECTRICAL – ENGINE IMMOBILISER SYSTEM 2. Within 20 sec. registration mode completes. then next timer starts. (Security indicator is OFF) Within 10 sec. Within 15 sec. (1) Depressing brake pedal and acceleration pedal: Insert already registered master key in the key cylinder Depress and release the acceleration pedal 5 times. and the brake pedal is depressed or after indicator is off 10 sec. z When any operation time described below is over. Depress and release the brake pedal 6 times. Depress and release the acceleration pedal 1 time. Insert key to be registered in key cylinder. Author : Date : 2341 . additional master key is registered.

and the brake pedal is depressed or after indicator is off 10 sec. Insert key to be registered in key cylinder. pass. additional master key is registered.BE–122 BODY ELECTRICAL – ENGINE IMMOBILISER SYSTEM (2) Using TOYOTA hand–held tester: Insert already registered master key in the key cylinder. After 60 sec.. Within 10 sec. Listing TOYOTA hand–held tester select master key registration. (Security indicator OFF) Within 10 sec. Within 20 sec. Yes Will you register the next key? No The registration mode completes when pulling out the key within 10sec. Remove the master key. (Security indicator blinks) Within 10 sec. Within 120 sec. Author : Date : 2342 .

After 60 sec.BE–123 BODY ELECTRICAL – ENGINE IMMOBILISER SYSTEM 3. Within 10 sec. and remove the master key. Depress and release the acceleration pedal 1 time. one is depressing brake pedal and acceleration pedal and the other is using TOYOTA hand–held tester. HINT: z It is possible top register up to 3 sub–key codes including the already registered key code. Author : Date : 2343 . (1) Depressing brake pedal and acceleration pedal: Insert already registered master key in the key cylinder Depress and release the acceleration pedal 4 times. registration mode completes. Within 20 sec. then next timer starts. Within 15 sec. z When the next procedure is performed while the timer is working. REGISTRATION ADDITIONAL OF SUB–KEY There are 2 ways for registration of additional sub–key. and the brake pedal is depressed or after indicator is off 10 sec. (Security indicator blinks) Within 10 sec. (Security indicator is OFF) Yes Will you register the next key? No The registration mode completes when pulling out the key within 10sec. Insert key to be registered in key cylinder. the timer completes counting time. pass. Within 10 sec. Depress and release the brake pedal 5 times. z When any operation time described below is over. additional sub–key is registered.

Within 120 sec. Listing TOYOTA hand–held tester select sub–key registration. Author : Date : 2344 . Within 20 sec. additional master key is registered. Insert key to be registered in key cylinder.BE–124 BODY ELECTRICAL – ENGINE IMMOBILISER SYSTEM (2) Using TOYOTA hand–held tester: Insert already registered master key in the key cylinder. (Security indicator OFF) Within 10 sec. Remove the master key. Yes Will you register the next key? No The registration mode completes when pulling out the key within 10sec. pass. Within 10 sec. and the brake pedal is depressed or after indicator is off 10 sec.. After 60 sec. (Security indicator blinks) Within 10 sec.

Insert master key in the key cylinder. (Security indicator blinks) END (Key code erasured) HINT: When the key cannot be pulled out in the step 4. (Security indicator blinks) Within 10 sec. 2. NOTICE: All other master and sub–key codes are deleted leaving the master key code to use the operation. Within 15 sec. key code deletion is canceled. z When the next procedure is performed while the timer is working. ERASURE OF TRANSPONDER KEY CODE There are 2 ways for erasure of transponder key code. 4. the timer completes counting time. registration mode completes. Remove the master key. HINT: z When any operation time described below is over. then next timer starts. one is depressing brake pedal and acceleration pedal and the other is using TOYOTA hand–held tester. (Security indicator is OFF) Author : Date : 2345 . (1) Depressing brake pedal and acceleration pedal: 1. Depress and release the brake pedal 7 times. When using the key which was used before deleting. Within 20 sec.BE–125 BODY ELECTRICAL – ENGINE IMMOBILISER SYSTEM 4. 3. it is necessary to register the code again. Depress and release the acceleration pedal 6 times.

(Security indicator blinks) Within 10 sec. 2. 3. END (Key code erasured) HINT: When the key cannot be pulled out in the step 3. Remove the master key. (Security indicator is OFF) Author : Date : 2346 .BE–126 BODY ELECTRICAL – ENGINE IMMOBILISER SYSTEM (2) Using TOYOTA hand–held tester: 1. Require key code deletion from hand–held tester. Within 120 sec. Insert master key in the key cylinder. key code deletion is canceled.

BE–127 BODY ELECTRICAL – ENGINE IMMOBILISER SYSTEM BE0B3–06 LOCATION Engine Room J/B No.2 z EFI Fuse Transponder Key Amplifier Transponder Key Coil ECM Instrument Panel J/B z IGN Fuse I02682 Author : Date : 2347 .

replace the coil.BE–128 BODY ELECTRICAL – ENGINE IMMOBILISER SYSTEM BE0B4–05 INSPECTION INSPECTION TRANSPONDER KEY COIL CONTINUITY Check that continuity exists between terminal 1 and 2. I03099 Author : Date : 2348 . If continuity is not as specified.

always replace it with a new clip.BO–1 BODY – CLIP CLIP REPLACEMENT BO0LJ–01 The removal and installation methods of typical clips used in body parts are shown in the table below. HINT: If the clip is damaged during the operation. Shape (Example) Removal/Installation Pliers Clip Remover Screwdriver Scraper V00005 Author : Date : 2349 .

BO–2 BODY – CLIP Shape (Example) Removal/Installation Removal Installation Removal Installation V00012 Author : Date : 2350 .

Author : Date : 2351 . front passenger airbag. inspection or replacement). Failure to carry out service operation in the correct sequence could cause the SRS to unexpectedly deploy during servicing. possibly leading to a serious accident. side airbag and seat belt pretensioner. Before servicing (including removal or installation of parts.BO–3 BODY – SRS AIRBAG SRS AIRBAG BO0KU–01 PRECAUTION The CAMRY is equipped with SRS (Supplemental Restraint System) such as the driver airbag. be sure to read the precautionary notices in the RS section.

2 Reinforcement 5.BO–4 BODY – FRONT BUMPER FRONT BUMPER BO0KV–01 COMPONENTS Turn Signal Light Assembly Clip Turn Signal Light Assembly Upper Reinforcement Sub–Assembly Fender Liner No. ft·lbf) : Specified torque H01708 Author : Date : 2352 . 25) Front Bumper Reinforcement 34 (350.·lbf) 34 (350. 49 in.5 (55. Radiator Grill Energy Absorber Mounting Plate Front Bumper Energy Absorber Bumper Cover Engine Under Cover N·m (kgf·cm. 25) Clip Fender Liner Emblem.

49 in.BO–5 BODY – FRONT BUMPER BO0KW–01 REMOVAL 1. (a) REMOVE BUMPER COVER Remove the 2 bolts and 3 clips. 25 ft·lbf) (c) Front bumper upper reinforcement subassembly Author : Date : 2353 . REMOVE THESE PARTS: (a) Front bumper energy absorber (b) Front bumper reinforcement Torque: 34 N·m (350 kgf·cm.5 N·m (55 kgf·cm. Align the holes of the bumper cover with the 2 bumper stays of the reinforcement. Pull the bumper cover forward to remove it. H01709 2.·lbf) H01710 (b) (c) (d) Remove the bolt holding the bumper end to the fender. 3. REMOVE THESE PARTS: (a) Engine under cover (b) Fender liner (c) Turn signal light assembly HINT: Remove the light assembly as shown. Pull the bumper cover forward to remove the bumper cover from the clip under the turn signal light area. Torque: 5. H01711 H01712 HINT: At the time of installation. please refer to the refer to the following item.

Author : Date : 2354 .BO–6 BODY – FRONT BUMPER BO0KX–01 INSTALLATION Installation is in the reverse order of removal (See page BO–5).

BO–7 BODY – REAR BUMPER REAR BUMPER BO0KY–01 COMPONENTS Left Side Luggage Trim Right Side Luggage Trim Rear Bumper Reinforcement Rear Bumper Energy Absorber 34 (350. 43 in.·lbf) Quarter Air Duct Rear Bumper Side Retainer Rear Bumper Cover N·m (kgf·cm.·lbf) Rear Bumper Side Retainer 5.0 (50. ft·lbf) : Specified Torque H01713 Author : Date : 2355 .0 (50. 25) 5. 43 in.

tap the ends of the bumper end bolts. slide the rear bumper side retainers from the bumper ends.0 N·m (50 kgf·cm. (d) Remove the 2 gaskets from the side retainers. (a) (b) 2. (c) Using a screwdriver. 25 ft·lbf) Author : Date : 2356 .·lbf) H01714 H01715 (b) Pull the bumper cover rearward to remove it. HINT: With a plastic hammer. 3. (a) REMOVE THESE PARTS: Right side luggage trim Left side luggage trim REMOVE REAR BUMPER COVER Remove the 7 clips. Torque: 5. REMOVE THESE PARTS: (a) Rear bumper energy absorber (b) Rear bumper reinforcement Torque: 34 N·m (350 kgf·cm.BO–8 BODY – REAR BUMPER BO0KZ–01 REMOVAL 1. HINT: Use 2 new gaskets. 43 in. 2 bolts and 6 nuts from the bumper cover.

BO–9 BODY – REAR BUMPER BO0L0–01 INSTALLATION Installation is in the reverse order of removal (See page BO–8). Author : Date : 2357 .

Author : Date : 2358 . the hood and lock can not be adjusted with it on. N20964 3. Substitute a bolt and washer for the centering bolt. Torque: 8. (b) Adjust the lock by loosening the bolts.BO–10 BODY – HOOD HOOD BO0L1–01 ADJUSTMENT HINT: Since the centering bolt is used as the hood hinge and lock set bolt. Centering Bolt Bolt with Washer BO5235 1. You may have to remove the front bumper to access this bolt. (a) ADJUST HOOD LOCK Replace each centering bolt with a regular bolt and washer. ADJUST FRONT EDGE OF HOOD IN VERTICAL DIRECTIONS Adjust the hood by turning the cushions. 19 ft·lbf) N20963 2. then remove the lower hood lock bolt. ADJUST HOOD IN FORWARD/REARWARD AND LEFT/RIGHT DIRECTIONS Adjust the hood by loosening the hood side hinge bolts.·lbf) N20965 HINT: Remove the anti–theft bolt cover.0 N·m (80 kgf·cm. Torque: 26 N·m (260 kgf·cm. 71 in.

·lbf) Regulator Motor X3 31 (310.0 (50. 17) 31 (310. 66 in.·lbf) Door Hinge 23 (230.0 (80.0 (80. 71 in. 22) Speaker Front Window Upper Garnish Rear Lower Frame Front Lower Frame Power Window Switch Inside Handle 3. 22) 26 (260.5 (75. 43 in. 31 in.·lbf) Inside Handle Bezel Door Trim Driver’s Side: Regulator Motor N·m (kgf·cm.·lbf) Door Lock Cylinder Front Door Upper Moulding Outside Rear View Mirror Door Glass Door Glass Run 5.·lbf) 30 (300. ft·lbf) : Specified torque z Precoated part P t d t H01975 Author : Date : 2359 . 19) 8. 22) Door Lock Striker Window Regulator Door Check Door Hinge 26 (260. 69 in.BO–11 BODY – FRONT DOOR FRONT DOOR BO0L2–01 COMPONENTS Front Door Belt Moulding Outside Handle 5. 49 in.5 (55. 19) X6 7.5 (35.5 (55.·lbf) Door Lock Service Hole Cover 8. 49 in.·lbf) Door Frame z 5.

HINT: Tape the screwdriver tip before use.5 N·m (35 kgf·cm. pry open the screw cover and remove the screw. install the plate and the regulator handle with the snap ring. HINT: At the time of assembly. REMOVE FRONT WINDOW UPPER GARNISH 4. remove the screw caps. (c) Remove the inside handle from the ends of the 2 links. Torque: 3. 2. HINT: Tape the screwdriver tip before use. (a) REMOVE DOOR INSIDE HANDLE Remove the screw and pull the handle forward. 2 screws and 2 bolts. (c) Insert a screwdriver between the door and door trim to pry out. (d) Pull the trim upward to remove it. 31 in. (b) Using a screwdriver. w/o Power Window: REMOVE REGULATOR HANDLE Pull off the snap ring with a shop rag and remove the regulator handle and plate. 7.·lbf) (b) Speaker 4 Clips N21003 (c) 6. REMOVE SERVICE HOLE COVER Remove the grommet. 49 in. pry out the bezel. H01738 N20968 HINT: Tape the screwdriver tip before use.BO–12 BODY – FRONT DOOR BO0L3–01 DISASSEMBLY 1. REMOVE DOOR TRIM (a) Using a screwdriver.5 N·m (55 kgf·cm. 3. 5. please refer to the following item.·lbf) (b) Remove the link from the clamp. (a) REMOVE INSIDE HANDLE BEZEL Using a screwdriver. (a) (b) N20969 Author : Date : 2360 . (b) Remove the 2 clips. REMOVE THESE PARTS: (a) Outside rear view mirror Torque: 5. then remove the power window switch and disconnect the harness connector. With the door window fully closed. then remove the service hole cover.

REMOVE FRONT DOOR BELT MOULDING Pry the rearward end of the front door belt moulding from the door and remove the moulding. REMOVE DOOR GLASS Open the door glass until the bolt appears in the service hole. please refer to the following item. HINT: At the time of assembly. N21004 : 7 rivets : clip : clip : clip 12. Use 7 new rivets. Remove the 2 bolts and the door glass.0 N·m (80 kgf·cm. REMOVE FRONT DOOR UPPER MOULDING (a) Using a drill. 2 nuts and the side frames. REMOVE GLASS RUN HINT: Pull the glass run upward. Torque: 8. 71 in. H01729 Author : Date : 2361 . Clip 11. (a) (a) (b) (b) N20970 (b) HINT: Pull the glass upward. HINT: Remove the side frames through the service hole. REMOVE FRONT AND REAR SIDE FRAMES Remove the 2 bolts.BO–13 BODY – FRONT DOOR 8.·lbf) 9. cut the flange portion of the 7 rivets. (b) Pry out the 2 clips and remove the moulding. 10.

(a) (b) (c) (d) N20971 REMOVE DOOR LOCK Remove the 2 clips. 08833–00070. 14. 43 in.·lbf) (e) w/ Power Door Lock: Disconnect the connector. HINT: At the time of reassembly. Disconnect the 2 links from the door lock and remove the links.BO–14 BODY – FRONT DOOR w/ Power Window: 13. 16.·lbf) w/o Power Door Lock w/ Power Door Lock H01732 Author : Date : 2362 . please refer to the following item.0 N·m (50 kgf·cm. please refer to the following item. Disconnect the 2 links from the outside handle and the lock cylinder. please refer to the following item. Remove the 3 screws and door lock. 61 in. Apply adhesive to 3 screws. REMOVE OUTSIDE HANDLE Torque: 7. HINT: At the time of reassembly. REMOVE WINDOW REGULATOR ASSEMBLY Remove the bolts and window regulator. w/ Power Window: REMOVE MOTOR FROM WINDOW REGULATOR Remove the 3 screws and motor.0 N·m (70 kgf·cm. 49 in.5 N·m (55 kgf·cm. Apply MP grease to the window regulator rollers. Torque: 5. THREE BOND 1324 or equivalent Torque: 5. Part No. (f) Remove the door lock through the service hole. w/o Power Window: H01730 15.·lbf) HINT: At the time of reassembly. Apply MP grease to the sliding surface of the door lock.

tap the striker to adjust it. Torque: 26 N·m (260 kgf·cm.BO–15 BODY – FRONT DOOR BO0L4–01 ADJUSTMENT 1. (a) (b) (c) ADJUST DOOR LOCK STRIKER Check that door fits and the door lock linkages are adjusted correctly. Loosen the striker mounting screws to adjust. loosen the door side hinge. adjust the door by loosening the body side hinge bolts. 22 ft·lbf) SST N20966 2. ADJUST DOOR IN FORWARD/REARWARD AND VERTICAL DIRECTIONS Using SST. 19 ft·lbf) N20967 3. ADJUST DOOR IN LEFT/RIGHT AND VERTICAL DIRECTIONS To adjust. HINT: Substitute the bolt and washer for the centering bolt. 17 ft·lbf) BO2556 Author : Date : 2363 . SST 09812–00020 Torque: 31 N·m (310 kgf·cm. Using a plastic hammer. Torque: 23 N·m (230 kgf·cm.

BO–16 BODY – FRONT DOOR BO0L5–01 REASSEMBLY Reassembly is in the reverse order of disassembly (See page BO–12). Author : Date : 2364 .

0 (80.0 (50. 49 in.·lbf) Door Lock Door Lock Control Link Child Protector Lock Lever Cover Door Lock Remote Control Link Door Lock Striker Door Glass Run 5. 71 in. 19) Power Window Switch Window Regulator 5. 71 in. 31 in. 49 in.0 (80. 61 in.·lbf) Service Hole Cover Inside Handle Door Trim w/o Power Window: Plate Snap Ring Regulator Handle 3. 17) Rear Side Frame 5.5 (55.5 (55. 22) 23 (230. 43 in. ft·lbf) : Specified torque H01733 Author : Date : 2365 . 19) 8.·lbf) Window Regulator Motor Door Hinge Cover 26 (260.5 (35.·lbf) Rear Door Weatherstrip Inside Handle Bezel N·m (kgf·cm.·lbf) Door Check 30 (300.·lbf) Door Hinge 26 (260.0 (70.·lbf) 8.BO–17 BODY – REAR DOOR REAR DOOR BO0L6–01 COMPONENTS w/o Power Door Lock: Rear Door Upper Moulding Door Belt Moulding Door Lock Door Glass Outside handle 7.

(c) Remove the 2 screws and clip. N20968 6 Clips N21007 HINT: Tape the screwdriver tip before use. w/ Power Window: REMOVE POWER WINDOW SWITCH Using a screwdriver. pry out the bezel. (d) Insert the screwdriver between the door and door trim to pry out. (a) Using the screwdriver. remove the 2 screw caps. N20969 Author : Date : 2366 . HINT: At the time of reassembly. 4. then disconnect the connector. (b) Remove the inside cover. (b) Using a screwdriver. Use the screwdriver to release the bezel from the top and bottom protrusions on the handle assembly as shown.5 N·m (35 kgf·cm. 31 in. please refer to the following item. REMOVE DOOR INSIDE HANDLE (a) Remove the screw and pull the handle forward.·lbf) (b) Remove the link from the clamp. then disconnect the connector. 2. H01738 3. HINT: Tape the screwdriver tip before using. Torque: 3. With the door window fully closed. pry open the screw cover and remove the screw. 5. pry out the switch. then remove the service hole cover. (a) REMOVE INSIDE HANDLE BEZEL Using a screwdriver. 6.BO–18 BODY – REAR DOOR BO0L8–01 DISASSEMBLY 1. w/o Power Window: REMOVE REGULATOR HANDLE Pull off the snap ring with a shop rag and remove the regulator handle and plate. REMOVE SERVICE HOLE COVER Remove the grommet. HINT: Tape the screwdriver tip before use. install the plate and the regulator handle with the snap ring. (e) Pull the trim upward to remove it. (c) Remove the inside handle from the ends of the 2 links. REMOVE DOOR TRIM HINT: Tape a screwdriver tip before use.

N21008 : 7 rivets : clips : clips : clips 9.·lbf) Remove the rear side frame and the rear section of the door glass run. H01743 Author : Date : 2367 . Torque: 8.·lbf) HINT: Pull the door glass run upward. 71 in. Torque: 5. 49 in.0 N·m (80 kgf·cm. (d) Remove the door glass. Remove the 2 bolts holding the door glass to the window regulator. (e) Remove the entire door glass run.5 N·m (55 kgf·cm. REMOVE REAR DOOR UPPER MOULDING (a) Using a drill. Clip 8. HINT: Pull the door glass run upward. (a) (b) (c) (a) N20974 REMOVE DOOR GLASS AND RUN Remove the bolt and nut holding the rear side frame to the door. cut the flange portion of the 5 rivets. HINT: Use 5 new rivets.BO–19 BODY – REAR DOOR (b) (b) 7. (b) Insert a screwdriver between the door and the rear door upper moulding and pry it off. REMOVE REAR DOOR BELT MOULDING Pry the rearward end of the rear door belt moulding from the door and remove the moulding.

11. Torque: 5. w/ Power Window: REMOVE MOTOR FROM WINDOW REGULATOR Remove the 3 screws and motor.0 N·m (70 kgf·cm. 13. THREE BOND 1324 or equivalent (e) w/o Power Door Lock w/ Power Door Lock H01746 (f) HINT: At the time of reassembly. Disconnect the 2 links from the door lock and remove the 2 links. Disconnect the link from the outside handle. 08833–00070. w/o Power Window: 12. Apply adhesive to the 3 screws. HINT: Tape the screwdriver tip before use.BO–20 BODY – REAR DOOR w/ Power Window: 10. Apply MP grease to the window regulator rollers.5 N·m (55 kgf·cm. 14. please refer to the following item. REMOVE OUTSIDE HANDLE Torque: 7.·lbf) w/ Power Door Lock: Disconnect the connector. Author : Date : 2368 . Remove the 3 screws.49 in. Torque: 5. Part No. (a) (b) REMOVE DOOR LOCK Remove the clip. Apply MP grease to the sliding surface of the door lock. please refer to the following item.·lbf) (b) (a ) N20975 (c) (d) (b) HINT: At the time of reassembly. please refer to the following item. Remove the door lock through the service hole. 43 in. pry out the cover.·lbf) HINT: At the time of reassembly. REMOVE WINDOW REGULATOR ASSEMBLY Remove the bolts and window regulator assembly.0 N·m (50 kgf·cm. 61 in. H01744 REMOVE REAR DOOR LOCK CHILD PROTECTION COVER Using a screwdriver.

BO2556 Author : Date : 2369 .BO–21 BODY – REAR DOOR BO0L7–01 ADJUSTMENT 3 Clips 2 Clips 1. (d) Loosen the body side hinge nuts to adjust. 17 ft·lbf) Using a plastic hammer. Torque: 23 N·m (230 kgf·cm. ADJUST DOOR IN FORWARD/REARWARD AND VERTICAL DIRECTION Remove the front part of the rear seat side garnish. Torque: 26 N·m (260 kgf·cm. Remove the rear part of the front door inside scuff plate. 19 ft·lbf) (e) Install center pillar lower garnish. HINT: Substitute a bolt with washer for the centering bolt. Remove the center pillar lower garnish. (a) (b) (c) ADJUST DOOR LOCK STRIKER Check that the door fit and door lock linkages are adjusted correctly. tap the striker to adjust it. 19 ft·lbf) N20973 3. Loosen the striker mounting screws to adjust. N21006 (a) (b) (c) HINT: Pull both sides of the top and bottom part of the garnish outward. (f) Install front door inside scuff plate. then pull out to remove the garnish. (g) Install rear seat side garnish. Torque: 26 N·m (260 kgf·cm. ADJUST DOOR IN LEFT/RIGHT AND VERTICAL DIRECTIONS Loosen the door side hinge bolts to adjust. N20972 2.

Author : Date : 2370 .BO–22 BODY – REAR DOOR BO0L9–01 REASSEMBLY Reassembly is in the reverse order of disassembly (See page BO–18).

·lbf) Door Trim N·m (kgf·cm. ft·lbf) : Specified Torque H01758 Author : Date : 2371 .5 (55. 49 in.BO–23 BODY – OUTSIDE REAR VIEW MIRROR OUTSIDE REAR VIEW MIRROR BO0LA–01 COMPONENTS Outside Rear View Mirror Cover 5.

IMI: DISASSEMBLE OUTSIDE REAR VIEW MIRROR (a) w/Heated Mirrors: Disconnect the battery. (b) Press the inboard end of the mirror inward to access the rear of the mirror w/case assembly. Disconnect the wires from the back side of the heater. (b) Protect the door surface. (a) (b) Gasket UTA: Mirror w/case Wire Retainer (c) (d) TOKAIRIKA: Mirror w/case Clip X4 H01759 IDENTIFY OUTSIDE REAR VIEW MIRROR w/ Power Rear View Mirror: UTA: The mirror moves smoothly when pressing the end of the mirror inward. w/ Power Rear View Mirror: TOKAIRIKA: Equipped only on vehicles manufactured by TMC. w/ Power Rear View Mirror: IMI: The mirror stutters when pressing the end of the mirror inward. 3. (c) Unlatch both ends of the wire retainer.BO–24 BODY – OUTSIDE REAR VIEW MIRROR BO0LB–01 DISASSEMBLY IMI: Mirror Mirror Shell 1. NOTICE: Be careful not to damage the wires on heated mirrors. Mirror Case Scraper H01762 Author : Date : 2372 . (c) Pivot the mirror housing to the forward position. NOTICE: Be careful not to damage the wires on heated mirrors. Pivot Mirror Housing Forward H01761 Mirror Glass (d) Terminals Insert a scraper between the mirror and the case to remove the mirror. Disconnect the wires from the back side of the heater. then remove the mirror parts from the mirror housing. w/o Power Rear View Mirror: Mirrors manufactured by IMI 2. Gasket Mirror w/case Mirror Housing Wire Retainer H01760 UTA: DISASSEMBLE OUTSIDE REAR VIEW MIRROR (a) Disconnect the battery.

(c) Pull the ends of the shop towel upward to disconnect the mirror from the housing. Mirror Housing H01763 TOKAIRIKA: DISASSEMBLE OUTSIDE REAR VIEW MIRROR (a) Disconnect the battery. (d) Pull the mirror upward and disconnect it. (b) Slide a shop towel between the mirror and the mirror housing as shown. NOTICE: Be careful not to damage the wires on heated mirrors. Disconnect the wires from the back side of the heater. Author : Date : 2373 .BO–25 BODY – OUTSIDE REAR VIEW MIRROR Shop Towel 4.

NOTICE: Pull the mirror edges to confirm the wire retainer lugs completely engage with the mirror housing. 3. use a heat gun or hair dryer to heat the edge of the mirror case until the mirror case becomes soft. then operate the mirror to its full stop position. NOTICE: Verify the glass case edge completely surrounds the mirror glass. (b) w/ Heated Mirrors: Connect the heater wires. (b) Connect the claws (A) and install the mirror into the mirror housing. (c) Push the mirror inward to connect the claws (B) onto the mirror housing.BO–26 BODY – OUTSIDE REAR VIEW MIRROR BO0LC–01 Gasket Mirror w/case REASSEMBLY 1. (e) Recheck the fit between the glass and the case. CAUTION: Use extreme caution when using a heat gun or hair dryer. (f) Reconnect the battery. Author : Date : 2374 . then operate the mirror to its full stop position. position and snap the new mirror glass into the case. (d) Allow the case to cool down before moving the mirror back to its operating position. then press the mirror firmly into place to engage the 6 lugs of the wire retainer. UTA: ASSEMBLE OUTSIDE REAR VIEW MIRROR (a) w/Heated Mirrors: Connect the heater wires. (b) Install the wire retainer onto the mirror w/case assembly. TOKAIRIKA: ASSEMBLE OUTSIDE REAR VIEW MIRROR (a) w/ Heated Mirrors: Connect the heater wires. Mirror Housing Wire Retainer H01764 2. Holding it too close can melt the mirror case. (d) Reconnect the battery. (c) Before the the case cools down. then operate the mirror to its full stop position. 50–60 mm H01765 Glass Case Edge H01766 Claw B Claw A H01767 IMI: ASSEMBLE OUTSIDE REAR VIEW MIRROR (a) From a distance of 50–60 mm. (c) Reconnect the battery.

0 (80.·lbf) Lock Cylinder Door Lock 5.·lbf) Right Hand Back Up Light Luggage Compartment Floor Mat Left Hand Back Up Light Door Lock Striker Package Tray Trim Finish Side Trim High Mounted Stop Light Rear Seatback Finish Side Trim Rear Luggage Trim Room Partition Trim Rear Seat Cushion N·m (kgf·cm.0 (80.5 (55. ft·lbf) : Specified torque H01747 Author : Date : 2375 .·lbf) 8. 49 in.BO–27 BODY – LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT DOOR AND HINGE LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT DOOR AND HINGE BO0LD–01 COMPONENTS Torsion Bar Luggage Compartment Door Hinge Luggage Compartment Door Hinge 8. 71 in.5 (55. 49 in. 71 in.·lbf) Luggage Compartment Door Luggage Compartment Door Trim Right Side Luggage Trim Left Side Luggage Trim 5.

N22588 : 4 Clips 5. N22591 Author : Date : 2376 . (b) Using a screwdriver.·lbf) REMOVE THESE PARTS: Luggage compartment floor mat LH and RH rear floor finish side plates Inner cover trims Rear seat Room partition trims 4. then disconnect the connector.BO–28 BODY – LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT DOOR AND HINGE BO0LE–01 REMOVAL 1. 6. REMOVE ROOF SIDE INNER GARNISH (a) Remove the clip. (a) 2 1 1 (b) REMOVE HIGH–MOUNTED STOP LIGHT Push on the both side of the cover to release the claws by your hand and remove the cover as shown in the illustration. REMOVE PACKAGE TRAY TRIM N21430 7. (a) (b) (c) 3. HINT: Tape the screwdriver tip before use. 2. (a) REMOVE TORSION BAR Remove the torsion bar from the center bracket. Torque: 8. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) REMOVE LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT DOOR TRIM REMOVE LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT DOOR Disconnect the connector. disconnect the clamps. Remove the 2 bolts and stop light.0 N·m (80 kgf·cm. Using a clip remover. Remove the 4 bolts and door. 71 in. pry loose and remove the garnish.

SST BO4012 Author : Date : 2377 .BO–29 BODY – LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT DOOR AND HINGE (b) Install SST to the torsion bar on the hinge side. SST 09804–24010 SST BO4010 (c) Push down on SST. Remove the torsion bar. and pull the luggage compartment door hinge from the torsion bar. SST BO4011 (d) (e) (f) Slowly lift SST. Repeat for the other side. and remove the torsion bar from the torsion bar bracket with SST.

Remove the 2 bolts and lock. Author : Date : 2378 .·lbf) REMOVE REAR COMBINATION LIGHT Disconnect the connector. Torque: 5.BO–30 BODY – LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT DOOR AND HINGE BO0LF–01 DISASSEMBLY 1. Remove the 10 nuts and rear combination lights. (a) (b) REMOVE DOOR LOCK Disconnect the control link. 49 in. (a) (b) 2.5 N·m (56 kgf·cm.

5 N·m (56 kgf·cm. (a) (b) ADJUST LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT DOOR Remove the 11 clips and luggage compartment door trim. Torque: 5. Torque: 8. ADJUST DOOR LOCK STRIKER Remove the LH and RH rear floor finish side plates. (a) (b) (c) (d) N22590 Author : Date : 2379 . Loosen the 2 lock striker set bolts. (c) N22589 2. For forward/rearward and left/right adjustments loosen the bolts.·lbf) Using a hammer and a brass bar.·lbf) For vertical adjustment of the front end of the door. tap the striker to adjust it. increase or decrease the number of washers between the hinge and the door. 49 in. 71 in.0 N·m (82 kgf·cm. Remove the rear floor finish plate.BO–31 BODY – LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT DOOR AND HINGE BO0LG–01 ADJUSTMENT 1.

Author : Date : 2380 .BO–32 BODY – LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT DOOR AND HINGE BO0LH–01 REASSEMBLY Reassembly is in the reverse order of disassembly (See page BO–30).

(a) (b) (c) 7. Install clamps. Repeat for the other side. INSTALL LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT DOOR TRIM Author : Date : 2381 . INSTALL TORSION BAR (a) Insert the torsion bar into the bracket. Slowly push the SST down and install the torsion bar to the hinge. H01755 (d) (e) (f) (g) 2. move the torsion bar to the upper or lower hole to provide the correct luggage door lift. Slowly lift the SST and install the torsion bar. Install the torsion bar to the center bracket. 4. If needed. 5. Connect the connector. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) 6. INSTALL PACKAGE TRAY TRIM H01756 : 4 clips N21430 3. H01754 (b) (c) Install the SST onto the torsion bar of the hinge side. SST 09804–24010 Slowly lift the torsion bar with the SST and place it in the torsion bar bracket. HINT: The center bracket opening is the nominal position of the torsion bar.BO–33 BODY – LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT DOOR AND HINGE BO0LI–01 INSTALLATION 1. INSTALL ROOF SIDE INNER GARNISH INSTALL HIGH MOUNTED STOP LIGHT INSTALL THESE PARTS: Room partition trims Rear seat Inner cover trims LH and RH rear floor finish side plates Luggage compartment floor mat INSTALL LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT DOOR Install the door with 4 bolts.

BO–34
BODY – LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT DOOR AND HINGE

Full Open 1/2 Open

8.

Pop–Up

H01757

CHECK LUGGAGE DOOR LIFT z Pop–up distance: 35 – 100 mm z Pop– up to 1/2 open: Door should remain in any position. z Past 1/2 open: Door should open fully by itself. z Full open position: Door should not easily fall closed If adjustment is necessary, refer to step 2 –(a) above.

Author :

Date :

2382

BO–35
BODY – FRONT WIPER AND WASHER

FRONT WIPER AND WASHER
BO0LK–01

COMPONENTS
Cowl Louver RH
24 (245, 18)

Wiper Motor

Wiper Arms Weatherstrip

Cowl Louver LH

Wiper Link

Wiper Motor Assembly
5.5 (55, 49 in.·lbf)

Window Washer Nozzle N·m (kgf·cm, ft·lbf) : Specified torque
N21119

Author :

Date :

2383

BO–36
BODY – FRONT WIPER AND WASHER
BO0LL–01

REMOVAL
1. REMOVE WIPER ARMS 2. REMOVE WEATHERSTRIP AND COWL LOUVERS 3. REMOVE WIPER MOTOR ASSEMBLY (a) Disconnect the connector. (b) Remove the 5 bolts and wiper motor assembly. 4. REMOVE WIPER MOTOR Remove the 2 bolts, then separate the motor crank arm from the wiper links at the ball and socket joint. 5. REMOVE WINDOW WASHER NOZZLE (a) Remove the hoses from the nozzles. (b) Using a screwdriver, remove the nozzle. HINT: Tape the screwdriver tip before use.

N20998

BO4391

Author :

Date :

2384

BO–37
BODY B D C B B B C – FRONT WIPER AND WASHER
BO0LM–01

ADJUSTMENT
1. (a) INSPECT WASHER NOZZLE While operating the washer, check that the washer fluid hits the windshield and the upsurge area within the shaded areas.
U.S. mm (in.) Canada mm (in.), Approx. 600 (23.6) 150 (5.9) 250 (9.8) 50 (2.0) Max 180 (7.1) 395 (15.5) 360 (14) 114 (4.5) 90 (3.5) 474 (18.7) 350 (13.8) ”A” F
H01773

E

280 (11) 150 (5.9) 50 (2.0)

U.S.
B ”a” D

A

A

”B” ”C”

B ”b”

”D” ”E” ”F” ”G” ”H” ”I”

F C

G E H
H01774

(b)

Canada

A

(c)

Canadian models: Adust the nozzle so the outboard points ”a” and ”b” are within the wipe pattern. Check if the lower point where the washer fluid hits the windshield is within the range of the wiping pattern (the area of the glass the wiper blades wipe).

2 – 2.5 mm (0.079 – 0.098 in.)

2. ADJUST WASHER NOZZLE Using a tool like that shown in the illustration, rotate the nozzle to adjust the fluid direction against the windshield.

0.7 – 0.75 mm (0. 028 – 0.030 in.)

BE3367

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BO–38
BODY – FRONT WIPER AND WASHER
BO0LN–01

INSTALLATION
1. 2. 3. (a) (b)
N20998

INSTALL WINDOW WASHER NOZZLE INSTALL WIPER LINK TO MOTOR INSTALL THESE PARTS: Wiper motor assembly Torque: 5.5 N·m (55 kgf·cm, 49 in.·lbf) Cowl louvers and weatherstrip

4. (a)

INSTALL WIPER ARMS Operate the wipers once and turn the wiper switch OFF, then install the wiper arms.

”A”

”A”

Cowl Louver Edge
H01772

HINT: If the driver’s side wiper arm mount has a blue dot on it, use an ITT wiper arm. If there is no mark, use a ND wiper arm. (b) Adjust the installation position of the wiper arms as shown (blade tip to cowl louver edge). ”A” Approx. 35 mm (1.4 in.) (c) Tighten the wiper arm nut. Torque: 24 N·m (245 kgf·cm, 18 ft·lbf)

Author :

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BO–39 BODY – BODY OUTSIDE MOULDING BODY OUTSIDE MOULDING BO0M8–01 COMPONENTS Front Door Outside Moulding Front Fender Outside Moulding Rear Quarter Outside Moulding Front Quarter Outside Moulding Rear Door Outside Moulding N22598 Author : Date : 2387 .

) of the ends of the moulding are glued tightly with a strong adhesive.15 in.BO–40 BODY – BODY OUTSIDE MOULDING BO0M9–01 REMOVAL CAUTION: z Store in a cool place. pry the moulding loose about 30 mm (1. REMOVE MOULDING AND ADHESIVE (a) Pull off the moulding by cutting the adhesive with a knife. REMOVE ENDS OF MOULDING Using a scraper. H01782 2. high temperature and dust. z The moulding is made of polyvinyl chloride. z The storage time for the moulding and adhesive is limited to about 9 months. H01783 Author : Date : 2388 . Do not allow this material to come in contact with thinner or other solvents. z Do not reuse moulding.) form each end. open flame or boiling water. 1. avoiding direct sunlight. HINT: Tape the scraper tip before using. (b) Scrape off adhesive from the body with sandpaper cutter.18 – 3.18 in. NOTICE: z Remember that 30 – 80 mm (1.

BO6675 1. NOTICE: Do not apply excessive force onto the moulding. but steady pressure with your thumbs. (c) Wipe off stains with cleaner. (b) Remove the adhesive tape from the body. heat the body and moulding. Refer to the illustration for the front fender moulding application procedures. and press firmly on the moulding. NOTICE: Do not heat moulding excessively. heat the moulding to 20 – 30 °C (68 – 86 °F). heat the body mounting surface to 40 – 60 °C (104 – 140 °F). 3. NOTICE: When the moulding release sheet is removed. (c) Align the bosses with their corresponding holes in the body. (d) Apply a new adhesive tape to moulding as shown in the illustration. (a) Author : Date : 2389 . (b) Remove the adhesive tape from the moulding.BO–41 BODY – BODY OUTSIDE MOULDING BO0MA–01 INSTALLATION HEAT BODY MOUNTING SURFACE Using a heat light. NOTICE: Do not heat body excessively. (b) Lift moulding release sheet from face of moulding. (c) Wipe off stains with cleaner. CLEAN MOULDING If reusing the moulding: (a) Using a heat light. make sure that no dirt or dust can get onto the uncoated area. Adhesive Tape Adhesive Tape H01884 N22643 INSTALL MOULDING Using a heat light. Body: 40 – 60 °C (104 – 140 °F) Moulding: 20 – 30 °C (68 – 86 °F) NOTICE: Do not heat moulding excessively. (a) N19058 2.

BO–42 BODY – WINDSHIELD WINDSHIELD BO0LO–01 COMPONENTS Inside Rear View Mirror Sun Visor Weatherstrip Sun Visor Windshield Glass Holder Map Light Assembly Front Pillar Garnish Windshield Upper Moulding Stopper Weatherstrip Dam Windshield Outside Moulding Cowl Louver RH Wiper Arm 24 (245. ft·lbf) : Specified torque N20947 Author : Date : 2390 . 18) Windshield Outside Cowl Louver LH Moulding Weatherstrip Front Pillar Garnish Hood N·m (kgf·cm.

HINT: Do not drill the body.BO–43 BODY – WINDSHIELD BO0LP–01 REMOVAL 1. REMOVE WINDSHIELD UPPER MOULDING Using a knife. Tie both wire ends to a wooden block or a similar object. If necessary. 3. drill out the rivet heads and remove the moulding.You may enlarge the rivet hole or damage the rivet cutter. N20982 N20983 5. BO5232 Author : Date : 2391 . 4. Sealant may cause the moulding to stick to the glass. CAUTION: The cut rivet and rivet cutter will be not. (a) (b) HINT: Apply adhesive tape to the outer surface to prevent scratching. HINT: Remove only the front half of weatherstrip. REMOVE THESE PARTS: (a) Inner rear view mirror (b) Sun visors and holders (c) Map light assembly (d) Front pillar garnishes (e) Hood (f) Wiper arms (g) Cowl louvers (h) Weatherstrips 2. (b) Using a vacuum cleaner. REMOVE WEATHERSTRIP Remove the weatherstrip by pulling. REMOVE WINDSHIELD GLASS Push piano wire through between the body and glass from the interior.0 mm (0.). NOTICE: Do not damage the body with the knife. remove the drill rivet and their dust from the inside of the door. NOTICE: Do not jiggle the rivet cutter while cutting. separate from the glass using a knife.20 in. avoid touching them. REMOVE WINDSHIELD OUTSIDE MOULDING (a) Using a drill of less than ø 5. cut off the moulding as shown.

be careful not to damage the paint and interior and exterior ornaments. NOTICE: Leave as much of the adhesive on the body as possible when removing the glass. 6. To prevent scratching the safety pad when removing the windshield. (c) Cut the adhesive by pulling the piano wire around it. (d) Remove the glass.BO–44 BODY – WINDSHIELD NOTICE: When separating the glass. place a plastic sheet between the piano wire and safety pad. REMOVE RETAINERS BO1689 Author : Date : 2392 .

(a) (b) REPLACE STOPPER Remove the damaged stopper. 2. NOTICE: Do not touch the glass after cleaning it. remove the adhesive sticking to the glass. cut away any rough areas on the body. Remove the glass. (b) Clean the glass with cleaner. (d) Install a new stopper onto the body. Check that all contacting parts of the glass rim are perfectly even and do not make contact with the fasteners. BO2820 5. clean the body. NOTICE: Do not touch the glass face after cleaning it. BO4421 Author : Date : 2393 . Place reference marks between the glass and body. (b) Clean the cutting surface of the adhesive with a piece of shop rag saturated in cleaner. clean the contact surface black–colored area around the entire glass rim. BO5231 4.BO–45 BODY – WINDSHIELD BO0LQ–01 INSTALLATION Adhesive BO4420 1. (a) (b) (c) (d) POSITION GLASS Place glass in the correct position. N21015 3. HINT: Even if all the adhesive has been removed. CLEAN AND SHAPE CONTACT SURFACE OF BODY (a) Using a knife. HINT: Leave as much of the adhesive on the body as possible. Cut off the old adhesive around the stopper installation area. NOTICE: Be careful not to damage the body. CLEAN CONTACT SURFACE OF GLASS Using a cleaner. (a) CLEAN REMOVED GLASS Using a scraper. (c) Clean the installation area.

Author : Date : 2394 . use all adhesive within the time described in the chart below.) APPLY ADHESIVE Cut off the tip of the cartridge nozzle. 08850 – 00801 or equivalent HINT: After cutting off the tip.5 mm or more (0. wipe it off with a clean shop rag. A: 7 mm (0. Do not keep any of the opened Primer M for later use. NOTICE: Do not touch the glass face after cleaning it.BO–46 BODY – WINDSHIELD A 6.) N21018 (b) (c) Load the cartridge into the sealer gun.) N21016 7. NOTICE: Let the primer coating dry for 3 minutes or more.0 mm or more (0. N21017 9. INSTALL DAM Install the dam with double–stick tape as shown in the illustration. Do not keep any of the opened Primer G for later use. NOTICE: Let the primer coating dry for 3 minutes or more.276 in. coat the contact surface on the body with Primer M. coat the edge of the glass and the contact surface with Primer G. Coat the glass with adhesive as shown. Do not coat Primer M to the adhesive. (a) 12. Primer G COAT CONTACT SURFACE OF GLASS WITH PRIMER ”G” (a) Using a brush or a sponge. Fill the cartridge with adhesive. Part No. Temperature 35 °C (95 °F) 20 °C (68 °F) 5 °C (41 °F) Tackfree time 15 minute 100 minute 8 hour 8.315 in. N00141 8.492 in. Primer ”M” Primer ”M” COAT CONTACT SURFACE OF BODY WITH PRIMER ”M” Using a brush. (b) Before the primer dries.

APPLY ADHESIVE AT MOULDING INSTALLATION AREA Part No. apply adhesive on the glass rim. 08833 – 00030 or equivalent 12. (a) (b) Hold the windshield glass in place securely with a protective tape or equivalent until the adhesive hardened. Seal any leak with sealant. BO2821 (c) Use a scraper to remove any excess or protruding adhesive. INSTALL GLASS HINT: Confirm that the dam is attached the body panel as shown in the illustration.5 hour 5 hour 24 hour 5 °C (41 °F) (d) 11. and press in gently along the rim. N21019 (a) (b) Position the glass so that the reference marks are lined up. NOTICE: Take care not to drive the vehicle during the time described in the chart below.BO–47 BODY – WINDSHIELD Adhesive 10. 08833 – 00030 or equivalent Adhesive Adhesive BO3671 Author : Date : 2395 . Temperature 35 °C (95 °F) 20 °C (68 °F) BO3986 Minimum time prior to drive the vehicle 1. Part No. INSPECT FOR LEAKS AND REPAIR Do a leak test after the hardening time has elapsed. Using a spatula.

20 in. N20984 20 mm (0. N22592 14. INSTALL WINDSHIELD UPPER MOULDING Place the moulding onto the body and tap it in by hand.20 in.) N15432 CAUTION: To avoid personal injury and short of the wiring when installing ø 5. (a) (b) INSTALL WINDSHIELD OUTSIDE MOULDING Install the pawl of the outside moulding to the upper moulding to set the moulding to the body. 15.) rivets keep your hands out of the 20 mm (0. install the new 3 rivets and outside moulding. Using an air riveter with nose piece.79 in. INSTALL THESE PARTS: (a) Cowl louvers (b) Weatherstrips (c) Wiper arms Torque: 24 N·m (245 kgf·cm.) radius that the caulked ø 5. HINT: Install the rivet firmly pressed at a right angle (90°) against the installation hole.0 mm (0. 18 ft·lbf) (d) Front pillar garnishes (e) Map light assembly (f) Sun visors and holders (g) Inner rear view mirror Author : Date : 2396 .0 mm (0.) rivet will cover.BO–48 BODY – WINDSHIELD 13.79 in.

31) z Non–reusable part N·m (kgf·cm.BO–49 BODY – BACK WINDOW GLASS BACK WINDOW GLASS BO0LR–01 COMPONENTS Back Window Moulding Back Window Glass z Dam Roof Side Inner Garnish Rear Seatback 19 (185. 13) 19 (185. ft·lbf) : Specified torque Room Partition Trim N20948 Author : Date : 2397 . 13) High–Mounted Stop Light Rear Seat Outer Belt Package Tray Trim Rear Seat Cushion Rear Seat Center Belt Rear Seat Outer Belt 42 (420. 13) Rear Side Seat Back LH Rear Side Seat Back RH 19 (185.

REMOVE BACK WINDOW GLASS Remove the glass in the same way as windshield. 9. 6. Pull the garnish to remove it. REMOVE ROOM PARTITION TRIMS Remove the 6 clips and room partition trims. N21021 5. cut off the moulding as shown. Remove the 2 bolts and stop light. Remove the trim by pulling forward. DISCONNECT DEFOGGER WIRE CONNECTORS N21121 8. 7. NOTICE: Do not damage the body with the knife. 2. then disconnect the connector. Remove the seat belts with seat belt hole covers from the package trim. 3 Clips 1 Clip N21020 3. (a) (b) REMOVE HIGH–MOUNTED STOP LIGHT Push on the both side of the cover to release the claws by your hand and remove the cover as shown in the illustration. (a) (b) (c) REMOVE PACKAGE TRAY TRIM Remove the bolts holding the rear seat belt lower side to the body. (See page BO–43) N20985 Author : Date : 2398 . (b) Rear side of roof headlining. N22588 4 Clips 4. REMOVE BACK WINDOW MOULDING Using a knife. (a) (b) REMOVE REAR SEAT CUSHION AND SEATBACKS REMOVE ROOF SIDE INNER GARNISHES Remove the clips.BO–50 BODY – BACK WINDOW GLASS BO0LS–01 REMOVAL 1. REMOVE THESE PARTS (a) Assist grips.

APPLY ADHESIVE AT MOULDING INSTALLATION AREA Adhesive Adhesive BO3671 N20986 10. COAT CONTACT SURFACE OF BODY WITH PRIMER ”M” 8. APPLY ADHESIVE 12. (See page BO–45) 1. INSTALL DAM Install the dam with double–stick tape as show in the illustration. install back window glass by the following operations.BO–51 BODY – BACK WINDOW GLASS BO0LT–01 INSTALLATION HINT: Refer to the installation of windshield. INSTALL THESE PARTS: (a) Rear side of roof headlining (b) Assist grips (c) Package tray trim Author : Date : 2399 . CLEAN AND SHAPE CONTACT SURFACE OF BODY 2. NOTICE: Do not touch the glass face after cleaning it. CLEAN CONTACT SURFACE OF GLASS 6. INSPECT FOR LEAKS AND REPAIR 14. COAT CONTACT SURFACE OF GLASS WITH PRIMER ”G” 9. INSTALL GLASS 13. 7. CONNECT DEFOGGER CONNECTORS 15. POSITION GLASS 5. CLEAN REMOVED GLASS N21122 3. INSTALL BACK WINDOW MOULDING Place the moulding onto the body and tap it by hand. REPLACE STOPPERS 4. 11.

31 ft·lbf) High–mounted stop light Roof side inner garnish Rear seatbacks and seat cushion Torque: 18 N·m (185 kgf·cm.BO–52 BODY – BACK WINDOW GLASS (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) Room partition trims Seat belt lower side bolts Torque: 42 N·m (420 kgf·cm. 13 ft·lbf) Author : Date : 2400 .

059 in.BO–53 BODY – SLIDING ROOF (TMC Made) SLIDING ROOF (TMC Made) BO0M1–01 ON–VEHICLE INSPECTION INSPECT SLIDING ROOF GLASS ALIGNMENT (a) Start the engine and check the operation time of the sliding roof.) Rear end: 0 + 1.039 in.0 mm (0 – 0. Operation time: Approx.) 0 – 1. (c) With the sliding roof fully closed. (d) Check for a difference in level between the sliding roof weatherstrip and roof panel.) N10192 Author : Date : 2401 .5 mm (0 ± 0. (b) Check for abnormal noise or binding during operation.059 in. Except rear end: 0 ± 1.5 mm (0 + 0. check for water leakage. 6 secs.

·lbf) N22654 Author : Date : 2402 .5 (55. ft·lbf) : Specified torque 5. 49 in.BO–54 BODY – SLIDING ROOF (TMC Made) BO0M2–01 COMPONENTS Side Garnish Sliding Roof Glass Rear Roof Drip Channel Roof Window Deflector Panel Side Garnish Drive Cable Guide Block Guide Block Sliding Roof Housing Drive Gear Sunshade Trim Guide Rail Stopper Sliding Roof Panel Stopper Roof Rail Rear Frame N·m (kgf·cm.

N21527 Author : Date : 2403 .BO–55 BODY – SLIDING ROOF (TMC Made) BO0M3–01 REMOVAL 1. remove the 4 screws. (b) Remove the 3 bolts and drive gear. remove the garnishes. N21524 Point Marks (c) (d) Remove the screw and cam plate cover. REMOVE DRIVE GEAR NOTICE: Remove the drive gear with the sliding roof is full closed. REMOVE ROOF HEADLINING (See page BO–83) 2. (e) Install the cam plate cover and screw. REMOVE SIDE GARNISH Using a screwdriver. NOTICE: At the time of installation. REMOVE SLIDING ROOF GLASS ASSEMBLY (a) Using a torx wrench. 4. the sliding roof does not operate normally. (a) Disconnect the connector. 3. Turn the drive gear to align the point marks as shown in the illustration. HINT: Tape the screwdriver tip before use. If the sliding roof position and drive gear full close position is not matched. (b) Pull the glass upward to remove it. please refer to the following item.

5 N·m (55 kgf·cm. then remove the housing as shown on the following page.·lbf) Remove the 6 nuts.BO–56 BODY – SLIDING ROOF (TMC Made) 5. Remove the 8 bolts and 4 brackets. 49 in. (a) (b) (c) REMOVE SLIDING ROOF HOUSING Disconnect the 4 drain hoses from the housing. Torque: 5. N21529 Author : Date : 2404 .

N21424 5. 6. (a) (b) REMOVE DRIVE CABLE Remove the screw and guide rail stopper. Slide the drive cable rearward. N21526 HINT: At the time of reassembly. z Slide the cable forward or backward to align the 2 marks as shown. REMOVE ROOF WINDOW DEFLECTOR PANEL N21525 Author : Date : 2405 . please refer to the following items. z Slide the cable to the forefront with your hand. N21421 4. REMOVE SLIDING ROOF PANEL STOPPER Remove the 2 screws and 2 stoppers. then remove it. REMOVE SUNSHADE TRIM N21523 3. 2. z Adjust the drive cable to a closed and tilted down position. REMOVE REAR ROOF DRIP CHANNEL Remove the rear roof drip channel as shown in the illustration. REMOVE REAR FRAME Remove the 4 screws and rear frame.BO–57 BODY – SLIDING ROOF (TMC Made) BO0M4–01 DISASSEMBLY 1.

N21522 Author : Date : 2406 . N21420 8.BO–58 BODY – SLIDING ROOF (TMC Made) 7. REMOVE SLIDING ROOF HOUSING Remove the 6 screws and sliding roof housing. REMOVE GUIDE BLOCK Remove the 2 screws and guide block.

(a) (b) TO ADJUST FORWARD OR REARWARD Using a torx wrench. TO ADJUST CLEARANCE (Difference in left and right clearance) (a) When the front or rear alignment is not correct. Z04207 3. Adjust the sliding roof glass forward and rearward.BO–59 BODY – SLIDING ROOF (TMC Made) BO0M5–01 ADJUSTMENT 1. BO3396 (b) (c) Adjust by slide the cable forward or rearward to align the 2 marks as shown. N21422 2. REMOVE SIDE GARNISH Before making adjustments. loosening the sliding roof glass installation screws. using a screwdriver. N21525 Author : Date : 2407 . then adjust the drive rail. Install the drive gear and sliding roof glass. reinstall the side garnishes. NOTICE: Remove the drive gear with sliding roof is full closed. remove the side garnishes. z After adjustment. remove the drive gear and sliding roof glass. HINT: z Tape the screwdriver tip before use.

BO–60 BODY – SLIDING ROOF (TMC Made) BO0M6–01 REASSEMBLY Reassembly is in the reverse order of disassembly (See page BO–57). Author : Date : 2408 .

BO–61 BODY – SLIDING ROOF (TMC Made) BO0M7–01 INSTALLATION Installation is in the reverse order of removal (See page BO–55). Author : Date : 2409 .

) H01814 Glass Panel Level Difference ± 1. please refer to the following item. loosen the 4 screws. If the sliding roof does not operate: (e) Remove the map light assembly. (c) Check for water leakage with the sliding roof fully closed.BO–62 BODY – SLIDING ROOF (TMMK Made) SLIDING ROOF (TMMK Made) BO0LU–01 ON–VEHICLE INSPECTION INSPECT SLIDING ROOF GLASS ALIGNMENT (a) Start the engine and check the operation time of the sliding roof. (f) Manually operate the sliding roof by inserting a hex wrench into the motor to turn the drive shaft. (b) Check for abnormal noise or binding during operation. All sides: 0 ± 1. To align the glass to the roof surface.059 in. (d) Check the alignment between the sliding roof weatherstrip and the roof panel. then adjust and retighten. Operation time: Approximately 6 sec.5 mm (0 ± 0.5 mm Roof Panel Weatherstrip H01815 HINT: At the time of installation. H01816 Author : Date : 2410 .

BO–63 BODY – SLIDING ROOF (TMMK Made) BO0LV–01 COMPONENTS Sliding Roof Sliding Roof Glass Sunroof Opening Trim Headliner Assembly Room Light Map Light Assembly H01812 Author : Date : 2411 .

5 (55. ft·lbf) : Specified torque H01813 Author : Date : 2412 . 49 in.BO–64 BODY – SLIDING ROOF (TMMK Made) Wind deflector Roof Drip Channel Deflector Spring RH Lift Arm and Cable Assembly RH Roof Drip Channel Guide LH Roof Drip Channel Guide Sunshade Trim LH Lift Arm and Cable Assembly Drain Cap Drive Rail Assembly 5.·lbf) N·m (kgf·cm.

Remove the 8 bolts and 4 brackets.5 N·m (55 kgf·cm. (a) (b) (c) REMOVE SLIDING ROOF ASSEMBLY Remove the 4 drain hoses from the sliding roof assembly.BO–65 BODY – SLIDING ROOF (TMMK Made) BO0LW–01 REMOVAL 1. REMOVE GLASS PANEL ASSEMBLY (a) Remove the 4 glass panel adjustment screws. (b) Pull the glass upward to remove it. REMOVE ROOF HEADLINING (See page BO–83) REMOVE SIDE GARNISHES H01824 4. 49 in.·lbf) Remove the 6 nuts and the sliding roof assembly. please refer to the following item. Torque: 5. Soak the garnishes in water to soften them before assembly. 2. Adjust the height of the glass panel. HINT: At the time of installation. H01825 Author : Date : 2413 . please refer to the following item. then tighten the 4 screws. 3. HINT: At the time of installation.

HINT: Tape the screwdriver tip before using.BO–66 BODY – SLIDING ROOF (TMMK Made) BO0LX–01 DISASSEMBLY 1. REMOVE REAR ROOF DRIP CHANNEL Unclip the roof drip channel from the roof drip channel guide. Seal packing: Part No. please refer to the following item. please refer to the following item. 3. please refer to the following item. Remove the 3 screws and the drive gear assembly. Disconnect the harness connector. Aligh the drive gear assembly during reassembly. REMOVE DRIVE GEAR ASSEMBLY Use a hex wrench to align the gear pointer with the housing pointer.1 08826 – 00090 or equivalent 2. H01827 5. Apply seal packing to the drain cap. Aligh the rear roof drip channel to the roof drip channel guide hook. H01829 Author : Date : 2414 . HINT: At the time of reassembly. REMOVE SUNSHADE TRIM H01826 4. HINT: At the time of reassembly. (a) H01828 (b) (c) HINT: At the time of reassembly. (a) REMOVE LH AND RH ROOF DRIP CHANNEL GUIDE Using a screwdriver. (b) Slide the guide out of the side rail. (See page BO–68). remove the guide from the lift arm assembly. REMOVE SLIDING ROOF HOUSING DRAIN CAP Pull the drain cap rearward to remove it.

BO–67 BODY – SLIDING ROOF (TMMK Made) 6. (a) REMOVE LH AND RH SIDING ROOF LIFT ARM AND CABLE ASSEMBLIES Using a drill. H01831 H01832 (b) Using a drill. cut the flange portion of the stop pin (rivet) from each side rail. Use 4 new special sealing type rivets. cut the flange portion of the 4 rivets. 7. Use two new rivets. (d) Remove the spring from the deflector. please refer to the following item. NOTICE: Be careful not to damage the side rail (rivet) holes when drilling. (b) Slide the LH sliding roof lift arm and drive cable from its side rail. REMOVE WIND DEFLECTOR (a) Remove the 2 screws from the front rail assembly. 09884–26003 (c) Remove the deflector and spring assembly. (c) Slide the RH sliding roof lift arm and drive cable from its side rail. please refer to the following item. H01830 HINT: At the time of reassembly. please refer to the following item. HINT: At the time of reassembly. Author : Date : 2415 . HINT: At the time of reassembly. Insert the strap into the front rail assembly as shown. Part No.

(c) Temporarily insert a 3 mm (0. ALIGN THE MOTOR TO ”O” POSITION NOTICE: The ”O” position is the same as the sliding roof ”flush ” position (sliding roof closed). then tighten the 4 screws. ALIGN SLIDING ROOF COMPONENTS (a) Verify the hook appears as shown. (b) Align the cable arm hole with the lift arm hole. Use the vehicle sliding roof switch or a hex wrench to align the gear pointer with the motor housing pointer as shown. If the sliding roof switch (under vehicle power) is not available. (b) Pull the glass upward to remove it. Adjust the height of the glass panel. move the LH and RH cable assemblies forward and backward to align the holes in the cable arm and lifter arm.BO–68 BODY – SLIDING ROOF (TMMK Made) BO0LY–01 ADJUSTMENT 1. Misalignment at this point will result in a malfunction of the sliding roof mechanism. please refer to the following item. REMOVE DRIVE GEAR ASSEMBLY H01818 3.) pin through the alignment holes in the cable arm and lifter arm. HINT: Using a screwdriver. REINSTALL DRIVE GEAR ASSEMBLY HINT: Before reinstalling the drive gear assembly.12 in. H01819 Parts shown disassembled for clarity 4. H01817 Motor Housing Pointer (Grey) Gear Pointer (Brown) NOTICE: Use only the sliding roof switch to electrically operate the motor or sliding roof. 2. REMOVE GLASS PANEL (a) Remove the 4 glass panels adjustment screws. double check the alignment of the gear pointers. H01820 Author : Date : 2416 . HINT: At the time of installation. HINT: Verify the cam block alignment hole is aligned with the lift arm alignment hole. use a hex wrench to align the motor pointers. Do not use any other electrical source to power the motor. 5.

(2) Tighten the screw and cycle the unit. If the guide pin has been disturbed. OK NG H01821 HINT: After cycling the unit closed from the slide open position. NOTICE: The holes will normally not align when moving the sliding roof from the vent open position to the closed position. (a) VERIFY CORRECT INSTALLATION TIMING Cycle the unit once (vent position closed.BO–69 BODY – SLIDING ROOF (TMMK Made) 6. Confirm by cycling the unit. Lift Arm Assembly Guide Pin (b) Slide Rail H01822 There should be a slight interference between the guide pin and the curved ”lead–in” of the side rail. readjust as follows: (1) Loosen the screw and adjust the pin so there is a slight interference. (4) Repeat if necessary. (3) Confirm the hook smoothly engages the wind deflector spring. verify the alignment holes in the cable arm and cam block are aligned and the motor pointers are in the ”O” position. The timing of the sliding roof is okay if the holes are within 1/2 a diameter of each other as shown when closed from the ”side open” position. REINSTALL GLASS PANEL Hook H01823 Author : Date : 2417 . A clicking sound from the hook indicates the adjustment is incorrect. slide completely closed). 7. slide open.

BO–70 BODY – SLIDING ROOF (TMMK Made) BO0LZ–01 REASSEMBLY Reassembly is in the reverse order of disassembly (See page BO–66). Author : Date : 2418 .

BO–71 BODY – SLIDING ROOF (TMMK Made) BO0M0–01 INSTALLATION Installation is in the reverse order of removal (See page BO–65). Author : Date : 2419 . NOTICE: Check and adjust the sliding roof after installation (See page BO–62).

2 Lower Panel Radio Assembly Combination Switch Combination Meter 35 (360.2 Instrumental Panel Brace Instrument Panel Brace Mount N Front Pillar Garnish N 20 (200.1 Instrument Panel Brace N N N D D No.1 Lower Panel F A A Steering Wheel Steering Wheel Pad F F A/C Control Assembly Lower Panel Insert D Coin Box Front Console Box Center Console Front Door Upper Panel Inside Scuff Plate N·m (kgf·cm. 26) Instrument Panel C Remote Control Mirror Hole Base Upper Column Cover Cluster Finish Panel Lower Column Cover D Front Door Opening Cover Cowl Side Trim D D D Glove Compartment Door Finish Plate Hazard Warning Switch Lower Finish Plate A F F F J A Center Cluster Finish Panel No.2 Side Defroster Nozzle Cowl Side Trim Front Door Opening Cover Front Door Inside Scuff Plate F Glove Compartment No.1 Instrumental Panel Bracket H Q Q No. 14) Front Pillar Garnish Front Passenger Airbag Assembly No.BO–72 BODY – INSTRUMENT PANEL INSTRUMENT PANEL BO0MB–01 COMPONENTS N Instrument Panel Reinforcement G G G N N N N B O No. ft·lbf) : Specified torque B B Rear Console Box N20950 Author : Date : 2420 .2 Instrumental Panel Bracket No.

2 Instrument Panel Register Assembly A A No.1 Defroster Nozzle Garnish A Defroster Nozzle Assembly A RH Side Defroster Duct Nozzle A A A K A A No.1 Heater Duct to Register K A K A Instrument Panel Center Bracket K No.3 Instrument Panel Register Assembly A No.2 Heater Duct to K Register No.1 Side Defroster Duct Nozzle K No.BO–73 BODY – INSTRUMENT PANEL Instrument Panel Wire Harness No.1 Instrument Panel Regigter Assembly Glove Box Light Assembly Instrument Panel N20951 Author : Date : 2421 .

79) E ø = 5.BO–74 BODY – INSTRUMENT PANEL HINT: Screw shapes and size are indicated in the table below.79) ø = 6.31) M L = 18 (0.24) L = 20 (0.47) ø = 8.0 (0.21) A L = 16 (0.39) F ø = 5.0 (0.25 O 6 x 1.79) D ø = 6.0 (0.24) L = 20 (0.0 (0.17) N 8 x 1.87) ø = 6.55) ø = 5.24) L = 16 (0.0 (0. The code (”A”–”P”) correspond to those indicated on the previous page.0 (0.79) I ø = 6.00 6 x 1.63) C ø = 6.0 (0.31) L = 22 (0.20) L L = 14 (0. mm (in.2 (0.24) J L = 18 (0.0 (0.00 P H01983 Author : Date : 2422 .20) L = 12 (0.0 (0.79) K ø = 5.2 (0.63) B ø = 6.0 (0.) Code Shape Size Code Shape Size Code Shape Size ø = 5.24) H L = 20 (0.21) L = 20 (0.79) G ø = 8.0 (0.20) L = 10 (0.24) L = 20 (0.

Remove the 4 bolts. REMOVE STEERING WHEEL (See page SR–11) 3. 4. (a) (b) 7. REMOVE No. (a) Front door inside scuff plates (b) Cowl side trims (c) Front pillar garnishes (d) Front door opening covers (e) Lower finish plate 2.BO–75 BODY – INSTRUMENT PANEL BO0MC–01 REMOVAL 1. and the panel. REMOVE LOWER PANEL INSERT Remove the 2 screws holding the DLC3 to the LH lower panel. bolt and the No. then the upper and lower column covers.1 lower panel. Remove the screw. REMOVE THESE PARTS: HINT: Tape a screwdriver tip before use. REMOVE STEERING COLUMN COVERS (a) Remove the steering tilt handle. (b) Remove the 3 screws. Press on the sides of the coin box while pulling the coin box outward. N20987 6. REMOVE COMBINATION SWITCH 5.1 LOWER PANEL Remove the 2 screws and hood lock release lever. (a) (b) (c) REMOVE No.2 LOWER COVER N21123 Author : Date : 2423 . and remove the coin box.

REMOVE HAZARD WARNING SWITCH 6 Clips 16. REMOVE CENTER CLUSTER FINISH PANEL Using a screwdriver. HINT: Tape the screwdriver tip before use. be careful not to damage the airbag wire harness. remove the panel. remove the glove compartment door finish plate to the glove compartment box inside. 7 Clips N21023 11. 12. REMOVE COMBINATION METER 18.BO–76 BODY – INSTRUMENT PANEL 8. then disconnect the connector. REMOVE A/C CONTROL ASSEMBLY (See page AC–82) 15. REMOVE RADIO ASSEMBLY 14. remove the panel. HINT: Tape the screwdriver tip before use. 2 screws and the console box. remove the panel. bolt and glove compartment assembly. (b) Pull up and disconnect the airbag connector. REMOVE FRONT CONSOLE BOX Remove the 2 screws and the front console box. (a) N20988 REMOVE GLOVE COMPARTMENT ASSEMBLY Using a screwdriver. HINT: Tape the screwdriver tip before use. HINT: Tape the screwdriver tip before using. 17. (c) Remove the 4 screws. REMOVE REMOTE CONTROL MIRROR HOLE BASE N21024 Author : Date : 2424 . REMOVE REAR CONSOLE BOX Remove the 2 bolts. 13. (b) Using a screwdriver. 9. NOTICE: When handling the airbag connector. REMOVE CENTER CONSOLE UPPER PANEL Using a screwdriver. 10. REMOVE CLUSTER FINISH PANEL (a) Remove the 2 screws. then disconnect the connector.

N20993 Author : Date : 2425 . Remove the connector holder from the body. 20. REMOVE NO. After removing the front passenger airbag assembly. W03509 REMOVE FRONT PASSENGER AIRBAG ASSEMBLY (See page RS–28) Remove the 2 bolts. 14 ft·lbf) CAUTION: z Store the front passenger airbag door facing upward (never downward). Torque: Bolt: 20 N·m (200 kgf·cm.1 AND No.2 SIDE DEFROSTER NOZZLE N20991 22.2 instrument panel brace. z Never disassemble the front passenger airbag assembly. REMOVE No. Remove the bolts holding the ground wire to the body. (a) (b) (c) REMOVE INSTRUMENT PANEL ASSEMBLY Disconnect the connectors from the LH and RH connector holders.2 panel brackets. always replace the bolts and nuts with new ones.BO–77 BODY – INSTRUMENT PANEL 19. Remove the bolt holding the ground wire to the No. NOTICE: The 2 bolts to the instrument panel have been anti–rust treated. N20992 (d) (e) Disconnect the connectors.2 INSTRUMENT PANEL BRACKETS Remove the 4 bolts and the No.1 and No. 4 nuts and the front passenger airbag assembly. 21.

24. nut. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) N20996 REMOVE INSTRUMENT PANEL REINFORCEMENT Remove the connectors from the steering column tube. Remove the bolt and connector from the No.1 and No. N20994 23.1 Junction Box (J/B) to the reinforcement. Remove the 2 nuts and bolt holding the No. Remove the 4 nuts and the steering column from the reinforcement. Remove the nut holding the radio antenna to the No. Remove the 4 nuts. w/ Wireless Control: Remove the nut and the wireless control unit from the No. 3 bolts and the reinforcement. Remove the brake pedal spring from the reinforcement and brake pedal.1 instrument panel brace. 2 bolts and No.2 instrument panel braces.1 instrument panel brace.BO–78 BODY – INSTRUMENT PANEL (f) Remove the bolt. Remove the 6 nuts.2 instrument panel brace. Remove the 4 wire brackets and connectors. Remove a nut and brace mount bracket. (f) N20997 Author : Date : 2426 . screw and the instrument panel assembly. (a) (b) (c) (d) N20995 (e) (f) REMOVE INSTRUMENT PANEL BRACES Remove the wire brackets and connector.

1 register assembly 2.1 heater duct to register No. REMOVE THESE PARTS: (a) Clock unit (b) Glove box light assembly N21124 Author : Date : 2427 .1 side defroster duct nozzle No.1 defroster nozzle garnish No.3 register assembly No. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) REMOVE THESE PARTS: No. 8 clips and wire harness. REMOVE INSTRUMENT PANEL CENTER BRACKET 4.BO–79 BODY – INSTRUMENT PANEL BO0MD–01 DISASSEMBLY 1. REMOVE INSTRUMENT PANEL WIRE HARNESS Remove the 2 brackets. 3.2 heater duct to register No.2 register assembly No.1 defroster nozzle RH side defroster duct nozzle No.

Author : Date : 2428 .BO–80 BODY – INSTRUMENT PANEL BO0ME–01 REASSEMBLY Reassembly is in the reverse order of disassembly (See page BO–79).

Author : Date : 2429 .BO–81 BODY – INSTRUMENT PANEL BO0MF–01 INSTALLATION Reassembly is in the reverse order of removal (See page BO–75).

ft·lbf) : Specified torque Front Door Scuff Plate N22600 42 (420. 31) Author : Date : 2430 . 31) Rear Side Seat Back RH Rear Seatback Rear Side Seat Back LH Lower Center Pillar Garnish Front Door Scuff Plate Rear Seat Side Garnish 18 (185. 13) Rear Seat Cushion Center Pillar Garnish 42 (420. 13) 42 (420. 31) 18 (185. 13) Roof Seat Side Garnish Front Pillar Garnish Rear Seat Side Garnish Lower Center Pillar Garnish N·m (kgf·cm.BO–82 BODY – ROOF HEADLINING ROOF HEADLINING BO0MG–01 COMPONENTS Assist Grip Roof Headlining Sun Visor Map Light Assembly Assist Grip Holder Cover Holder Center Pillar Garnish Front Pillar Garnish Roof Side Inner Garnish Sun Visor Room Light 42 (420. 31) 42 (420. 31) 18 (185.

6. Pry off the garnish. (a) (b) REMOVE FRONT PILLAR GARNISH Pry out clips by your hand. N21457 : Clip : 2 Clips 4. N21458 5. Pull the garnish upward to remove it. REMOVE THESE PARTS: Rear seat cushion Rear seatback and rear side seatbacks Front door scuff plates Front seat belt shoulder anchor bolts Sun visor and holders Assist grips Front pillar garnishes Rear door scuff plates Lower center pillar garnishes REMOVE ROOF SIDE INNER GARNISH (See page BO–28) : 4 Clips 3. (b) Remove the 4 screws. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) 2. (a) (b) REMOVE CENTER PILLAR GARNISH Remove the clip. remove the room light cover. then disconnect the connector. REMOVE MAP LIGHT ASSEMBLY N21415 Author : Date : 2431 . REMOVE ROOM LIGHT (a) Using a screwdriver. HINT: Tape the screwdriver tip before use.BO–83 BODY – ROOF HEADLINING BO0MH–01 REMOVAL 1.

Remove the headlining.BO–84 BODY – ROOF HEADLINING 2 Clips 7. (a) (b) (c) REMOVE ROOF HEADLINING Remove the 2 clips from the roof panel rear end. N22971 Author : Date : 2432 . Bring out the headlining.

Author : Date : 2433 .BO–85 BODY – ROOF HEADLINING BO0MI–01 INSTALLATION Installation is in the reverse order of removal (See page BO–83).

Author : Date : 2433 .BO–85 BODY – ROOF HEADLINING BO0MI–01 INSTALLATION Installation is in the reverse order of removal (See page BO–83).

27) z Hog Ring Power Seat Adjuster 37 (375. 11) Seat Cushion Cover Seat Cushion Pad Lumber Support Adjuster Seat Cushion Frame 37 (375. ft·lbf) : Specified torque z Non–reusable part H01977 Author : Date : 2434 . 27) Seat Track Cover Power Seat Switch Front Vertical Motor Seat Cushion Shield Switch Knob Rear Vertical Motor Reclining Motor Lower Seat Cushion Shield N·m (kgf·cm.BO–86 BODY – FRONT SEAT (Power Seat for TMC Made) FRONT SEAT (Power Seat for TMC Made) BO0MJ–01 COMPONENTS Headrest Headrest Support Seatback Frame z Hog Ring Hinge Cover Seatback Cover 18 (185. 13) 6.0 (61.·lbf) w/ Side Airbag Assembly Side Airbag Assembly Seatback Pad 15 (150. 53 in.

remove the seat track covers.BO–87 BODY – FRONT SEAT (Power Seat for TMC Made) BO0MK–01 REMOVAL REMOVE FRONT SEAT (a) Using a screwdriver. (b) Remove the 4 bolts. (d) Remove the front seat. HINT: Tape the screwdriver tip before use. NOTICE: Be careful not to damage the body. Author : Date : 2435 . (c) Disconnect the connector.

Remove the hog rings and seatback frame from seatback cover with pad. Author : Date : 2436 . Remove the 4 bolts and seatback assembly.BO–88 BODY – FRONT SEAT (Power Seat for TMC Made) BO0ML–01 DISASSEMBLY 1. REMOVE SEAT CUSHION ASSEMBLY Remove the 4 bolts and seat cushion assembly. 2 nuts and side airbag assembly from the seatback frame. REMOVE SIDE AIRBAG ASSEMBLY Remove the 1 clip of side airbag wire harness. REMOVE LUMBER SUPPORT ADJUSTER Remove the 2 screws and lumber support adjuster. 5. (a) (b) (c) (d) H01870 REMOVE SEATBACK COVER Remove the hog rings and hooks. REMOVE SEAT CUSHION COVER (a) Remove the 2 clips. (a) (b) REMOVE THESE PARTS: Headrest Switch knobs Seat cushion shield Lower seat cushion shield Power seat switch REMOVE SEATBACK ASSEMBLY Remove the 3 clips of the side airbag wire harness from the seat cushion frame. (b) Remove the hog rings and seat cushion cover from the seat cushion pad. (e) Remove the hog rings and seatback cover from seatback pad. Remove the hook as shown in the illustration. 7. 3. CAUTION: z Do not store the side airbag assembly with the airbag deployment direction facing down. 6. hook and seat cushion frame from seat cushion cover with pad. Remove the headrest supports. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) 2. z Never disassemble the side airbag assembly. 4.

REMOVE REAR VERTICAL MOTOR Remove the 2 screws and front vertical motor. then remove the slide motor. (a) (b) REMOVE SLIDE MOTOR Remove the 2 screws. Disconnect the No. H01979 10. (a) (b) REMOVE RECLINING MOTOR Remove the 2 screws. Disconnect the No.2 drive cable.1 drive cable. H01980 Author : Date : 2437 . then remove the reclining motor.BO–89 BODY – FRONT SEAT (Power Seat for TMC Made) 8. H01978 9.

4. 7. INSTALL REAR VERTICAL MOTOR Install the front vertical motor with 2 screws. Author : Date : 2438 .2 drive cable. HINT: Install the hog rings to prevent wrinkles as least as possible. INSTALL SEAT CUSHION COVER (a) Install the seat cushion cover with new hog rings to seat cushion pad. (b) Install the seatback cover with pad to the seatback frame with new hog rings. H01979 H01978 3. INSTALL SLIDE MOTOR Connect the No. replace the side airbag assembly with a new one. INSTALL LOWER SEAT CUSHION SHIELD 5.BO–90 BODY – FRONT SEAT (Power Seat for TMC Made) BO0MM–01 REASSEMBLY 1. INSTALL SEAT CUSHION ASSEMBLY Install the seat cushion assembly with 4 bolts.1 drive cable. 8.·lbf) NOTICE: z Make sure that the side airbag assembly is installed to the specified torque. INSTALL SEATBACK COVER (a) Install the seatback cover with new hog rings to the seatback pad. H01980 2.0 N·m (61 N·m. then install the reclining motor with 2 screws. (b) Install the seat cushion cover with pad to the seat cushion frame with hook and 2 clips. dents or other defects in the case or connector. INSTALL RECLINING MOTOR Connect the No. then install the slide motor with 2 screws. or there are cracks. (c) Install the headrest supports. INSTALL SIDE AIRBAG ASSEMBLY Install the side airbag assembly with 2 new nuts and 1 clip of side airbag wire harness to the seatback frame. 53 in. 6. z If the side airbag assembly has been dropped. Torque: 6.

INSTALL SEATBACK ASSEMBLY (a) Install the seatback assembly with 4 bolts. (b) Install the 2 clips of the side airbag wire harness to the seat cushion frame. Otherwise the seat cover slides. 9. CAUTION: Take care to hung the hook securely. (c) Install a new hog rings and 7 hooks. it might cause incorrect deploying. HINT: Install the hog rings to prevent wrinkles as least as possible.BO–91 BODY – FRONT SEAT (Power Seat for TMC Made) H01870 (d) Hang the hook onto the seatback frame. INSTALL THESE PARTS: (a) Power seat switch (b) Lower Seat cushion shield (c) Seat cushion shield (d) Switch knobs (e) Headrest Author : Date : 2439 . 10.

BO–92 BODY – FRONT SEAT (Power Seat for TMC Made) BO0MN–01 INSTALLATION Installation is in the reverse order of removal (See page BO–87). Author : Date : 2440 .

1 Shield Front SeatbackHingeCover Front Seat Cushion Pad Front Seat Adjuster Assembly Front Seat Cushion Frame w/ Lumber Support: Lumber Support Lever Front Power Seat Switch Front Seat Cushion Shield Front Seat Cushion Bracket Switch Knob w/ Side Airbag Assembly: Seat Cushion Lower Shield 6. ft·lbf) : Specified torque z Non–reusable part H01873 Author : Date : 2441 .0 (61.·lbf) Side Airbag Assembly N·m (kgf·cm. 53 in.BO–93 BODY – FRONT SEAT (Power Seat for TMMK Made) FRONT SEAT (Power Seat for TMMK Made) BO0MU–01 COMPONENTS Front Seatback Cover Front Seatback Headrest Pad Front Seat Cushion Cover z Hog Ring z Hog Ring Front Seatback Hinge Cover Headrest Support Seatback Frame Front Seat Cushion Inner No.

(e) Remove the front seat. (d) Disconnect the front power seat connector. Author : Date : 2442 .BO–94 BODY – FRONT SEAT (Power Seat for TMMK Made) BO0MV–01 REMOVAL REMOVE FRONT SEAT (a) Using a screwdriver. (c) w/ Side Airbag Assembly: Disconnect the connector. (b) Remove the 4 bolts. HINT: Tape the screwdriver tip before use. remove the seat track covers. NOTICE: Be careful not to damage the body.

(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) 2. 4. REMOVE SEAT CUSHION COVER (a) Remove the seat cushion frame. Remove the bolts and front seatback hinge cover. (a) REMOVE THESE PARTS: Switch knob Front seat cushion shield Front power seat switch Seat cushion lower shield w/ Lumber Support: Lumber support lever Headrest Front seat inner belt REMOVE SEATBACK ASSEMBLY w/ Side Airbag Assembly: Remove the side airbag wire harness after removing clips. (b) Remove the headrest supports. (b) (c) (d) 3. 6. (a) H01870 REMOVE SEATBACK COVER w/ Side Airbag Assembly: Remove the hook from the seatback frame. 7. Remove the seatback assembly. Remove the hog rings. REMOVE THESE PARTS: (a) Front seat cushion inner No. z Never disassemble the side airbag assembly. CAUTION: z Do not store the side airbag assembly with the airbag deployment direction facing down.BO–95 BODY – FRONT SEAT (Power Seat for TMMK Made) BO0MW–01 DISASSEMBLY 1.1 shield (b) Front seat cushion bracket (c) Front seat cushion inner shield Author : Date : 2443 . w/ Side Airbag Assembly: REMOVE SIDE AIRBAG ASSEMBLY Remove the 2 nuts and side airbag assembly from the seatback frame. (d) Remove the seatback cover from the seatback pad. REMOVE SEAT CUSHION ASSEMBLY Remove the 4 bolts and seat cushion assembly from the seat adjuster. 5. (b) Remove the seat cushion cover from the seat cushion pad. (c) Remove the seatback frame from the seatback cover with pad.

0 N·m (61 kgf·cm. w/ Side Airbag Assembly: INSTALL SIDE AIRBAG ASSEMBLY Install the side airbag assembly with 2 nuts to the seatback frame.·lbf) NOTICE: z Make sure that the side airbag assembly is installed to the specified torque. 5. 4. HINT: Tighten the 4 bolts temporarily. 53 in. z If the side airbag assembly has been dropped. Torque: 6. CAUTION: Take care to hung the hook securely. or there are cracks. (a) (b) INSTALL THESE PARTS: Front seat cushion inner shield Front seat cushion bracket Front seat cushion inner No. 3. it might cause incorrect deploying. replace the side airbag assembly with a new one.1 shield INSTALL SEAT CUSHION COVER Install the seat cushion cover to seat cushion pad. (b) Install the seatback cover with pad to the seatback frame. then from the bolts on the rear side tighten completely. INSTALL SEATBACK COVER (a) Install the seatback cover to the seatback pad. (d) w/ Side Airbag Assembly: Hang the hook on to the seatback frame. (a) (b) (c) 2. (c) Install the headrest supports. take care is not pinched between other parts. Otherwise the seat cove slides. z When installing the side airbag assembly.BO–96 BODY – FRONT SEAT (Power Seat for TMMK Made) BO0MX–01 REASSEMBLY 1. H01870 Author : Date : 2444 . dents or other defects in the case or connector. INSTALL SEAT CUSHION ASSEMBLY Install the seat cushion assembly with 4 bolts to the seat adjuster. Install the seat cushion cover with pad to the seat cushion frame.

BO–97
BODY – FRONT SEAT (Power Seat for TMMK Made)

6. INSTALL SEATBACK ASSEMBLY (a) Install the seatback assembly with 4 bolts. HINT: Tighten the 4 bolts temporarily, then from the bolt on the front right side tighten completely. (b) Install Front Seatback hinge cover with bolts. (c) Install a new hog rings. HINT: Install the hog rings to prevent wrinkles as least as possible. (d) w/ Side Airbag Assembly: Securely fix the side airbag wire harness to seat cushion by clips. INSTALL THESE PARTS: Front seat inner belt Headrest w/ Lumber Support: Lumber support lever Seat cushion lower shield Front power seat switch Front seat cushion shield Switch knob

7. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g)

H01871

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Date :

2445

BO–98
BODY – FRONT SEAT (Power Seat for TMMK Made)
BO0MY–01

INSTALLATION
INSTALL FRONT SEAT (a) Mount the seat to the vehicle. (b) w/ Side Airbag: Connect the connector. (c) Connect the front power seat connector. (d) Tighten the bolts on the rear side temporarily, from the bolt on the inner side tighten completely. (e) Slide the seat to the most rear position to install the bolts on the front side.

Author :

Date :

2446

BO–99
BODY – FRONT SEAT (Manual Seat for TMC Made)

FRONT SEAT (Manual Seat for TMC Made)
BO0MZ–01

COMPONENTS

z Hog Ring

Seatback Pad

Headrest

Headrest Support Seatback Cover Seatback Frame w/ Side Airbag: Seat Cushion Cover
6.0 (61, 53 in.·lbf) 18 (185, 13)

Side Airbag Assembly

Seat Cushion Pad

Seat Cushion Inner Shield z Hog Ring Seat Track Adjusting Handle
18 (185, 13) 37 (375, 27) 18 (185, 13)

w/ Lumber Support: Lumper Support Lever Front Seat Inner Upper Track
18 (185, 13)

Seat Cushion Frame

Seat Track Cover

w/o Vertical: Front Seat Inner Upper Track
18 (185, 13)

Front Seat Inner Track
37 (375, 27)

Release Handle Front Seat Cushion Shield Vertical Adjuster Knob

37 (375, 27)

Front Seat Inner Track
37 (375, 27)

37 (375, 27)

Front Seat Outer Adjuster Front Seat Cushion Shield

Front Seat Cushion Lower Shield Release Handle

Front Seat Cushion Lower Shield N·m (kgf·cm, ft·lbf) : Specified torque z Non–reusable part

H01869

Author :

Date :

2447

BO–100
BODY – FRONT SEAT (Manual Seat for TMC Made)
BO0N0–01

REMOVAL
REMOVE FRONT SEAT (a) Using a screwdriver, remove the seat track outer cover. HINT: Tape the screwdriver tip before use. (b) Remove the 4 bolts. (c) w/ Side Airbag Assembly: Disconnect the connector. (d) Remove the front seat. NOTICE: Be careful not to damage the body.

Author :

Date :

2448

BO–101
BODY – FRONT SEAT (Manual Seat for TMC Made)
BO0N1–01

DISASSEMBLY
1. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) 2. (a) REMOVE THESE PARTS: Release handle Front seat cushion shield Vertical Seat Adjuster: Vertical adjuster knob Front seat cushion lower shield Seat cushion inner shield w/ Lumber Support: Lumber support lever Headrest Front seat inner belt REMOVE SEATBACK ASSEMBLY w/ Side Airbag Assembly: Remove the side airbag wire harness after removing clips. Remove the bolts and seatback assembly.

(b)

3. (a) (b)

H01870

REMOVE SEATBACK COVER Remove the hog rings. w/ Side Airbag Assembly: Remove the hook from the seatback frame. (c) Remove the headrest supports. (d) Remove the seatback frame from the seatback cover with pad. (e) Remove the seatback cover from the seatback pad. 4. w/ Side Airbag Assembly: REMOVE SIDE AIRBAG ASSEMBLY Remove the 1 clip of side airbag wire harness, 2 nuts and side airbag assembly from the seatback frame. CAUTION: z Do not store the side airbag assembly with the airbag deployment direction facing down. z Never disassemble the side airbag assembly. 5. REMOVE SEAT CUSHION ASSEMBLY Remove the 4 bolts and seat cushion assembly from the seat adjuster. 6. REMOVE SEAT CUSHION COVER (a) Remove the seat cushion frame. (b) Remove the seat cushion cover from the seat cushion pad. 7. REMOVE SEAT TRACK ADJUSTING HANDLE Remove the seat track handle. 8. REMOVE FRONT SEAT OUTER ADJUSTER Remove the E ring and front seat outer adjuster from the front seat inner truck with upper track.

Author :

Date :

2449

(b) When sliding the seat. inspect that the outer and inner tracks are locked at the same time. HINT: When the reclining lock positions slip off. HINT: When sliding lock positions slip off. inspect that the outer and inner tracks are released at the same time. disassemble the seat to adjust the position. Author : Date : 2450 . loosen the bolts to adjust the position.BO–102 BODY – FRONT SEAT (Manual Seat for TMC Made) BO0N2–01 INSPECTION INSPECT RECLINING LOCK POSITION AND SLIDING LOCK POSITION SLIPPING OFF (a) When reclining the seat.

replace the side airbag assembly with a new one. (c) Install the headrest supports. (b) Install the seat cushion cover with pad to the seat cushion frame. w/ Side Airbag Assembly: INSTALL SIDE AIRBAG ASSEMBLY Install the side airbag assembly with new 2 nuts to the seatback frame. Vertical Seat Adjuster: INSTALL FRONT SEAT OUTER ADJUSTER Install front seat outer adjuster to front seat inner adjuster with E ring. 5. Torque: 18 N·m (185 kgf·cm. nuts and bolts. INSTALL SEATBACK COVER (a) Install the seatback cover to the seatback pad. 53 in. z If the side airbag assembly has been dropped. w/o Vertical Seat Adjuster: INSTALL FRONT SEAT OUTER AND INNER ADJUSTER Install the adjusters to the seat cushion frame. 7. 4. Torque: 6. 13 ft·lbf) 6.0 N·m (61 kgf·cm. INSTALL SEAT CUSHION ASSEMBLY Install the seat cushion assembly with 4 bolts to the seat adjuster. Author : Date : 2451 . z When installing the side airbag assembly. INSTALL SEAT TRACK ADJUSTING HANDLE Install the seat track adjusting handle. 2.BO–103 BODY – FRONT SEAT (Manual Seat for TMC Made) BO0N3–01 REASSEMBLY 1. or there are cracks. take care is not pinched between other parts. then from the bolts on the rear side tighten completely. Vertical Seat Adjuster: INSTALL SEAT CUSHION COVER (a) Install the seat cushion cover to seat cushion pad. 3.·lbf) NOTICE: z Make sure that the side airbag assembly is installed to the specified torque. HINT: Tighten the 4 bolts temporarily. (b) Install the seatback cover with pad to the seatback frame. dents or other defects in the case or connector.

(c) w/ Side Airbag Assembly: Securely fix the side airbag wire harness to seat cushion and seatback by clips. INSTALL SEATBACK ASSEMBLY (a) Install the seatback assembly with bolts.BO–104 BODY – FRONT SEAT (Manual Seat for TMC Made) (d) H01870 w/ Side Airbag Assembly: Hang the hook on to the seatback frame. Torque: 18 N·m (185 kgf·cm. 8. CAUTION: Take care to hung the hook securely. HINT: Install the hog rings to prevent wrinkles as least as possible. INSTALL THESE PARTS: (a) Front seat inner belt (b) Headrest (c) Lumber support lever (d) Seat cushion inner shield (e) Front seat cushion shield (f) Vertical Seat Adjuster: Vertical adjuster knob (g) Front seat cushion lower shield (h) Release handle Author : Date : 2452 . 13 ft·lbf) (b) Install new hog rings. 9. Otherwise the seat cover slides. it might cause incorrect deploying.

Torque: 37 N·m (375 kgf·cm. 27 ft·lbf) Author : Date : 2453 . NOTICE: Make sure that seat adjuster locks. HINT: If holding the seat track handle. mount the seat to the vehicle. (b) Without holding the seat track handle. the adjusted most front positions slip off. 27 ft·lbf) (d) Slide the seat to the most rear position to install the bolts on the front side. from the bolt on the inner side tighten completely. Torque: 37 N·m (375 kgf·cm. (c) Tighten the bolts on the rear side temporarily.BO–105 BODY – FRONT SEAT (Manual Seat for TMC Made) BO0N4–01 INSTALLATION INSTALL FRONT SEAT (a) Slide the front seat to the most front position.

0 (61.·lbf) N·m (kgf·cm. ft·lbf) : Specified torque z Non–reusable part H01872 Author : Date : 2454 .BO–106 BODY – FRONT SEAT (Manual Seat for TMMK Made) FRONT SEAT (Manual Seat for TMMK Made) BO0MO–01 COMPONENTS Front Seatback Pad Headrest z Hog Ring Front Seatback Cover Front Seat Cushion Cover z Hog Ring Headrest Support Front Seatback Frame w/ Lumber Support: Lumber Support Lever Front Seatback Hinge Cover Front Seat Cushion Pad Inner Adjuster Sub–Assembly Track Cover Front Seat Cushion Shield Front Seat Cushion Frame Release Handle Seat Track Adjusting Handle w/o Vertical: Outer Adjuster Sub–Assembly Vertical Adjuster Knob Front Seat Cushion Lower Shield w/ Side Airbag Assembly: Side Airbag Assembly Inner Adjuster Sub–Assembly Outer Adjuster Sub–Assembly Front Seat Cushion Shield Front Seat Cushion Lower Shield Release Handle 6. 53 in.

(c) w/ Side Airbag Assembly: Disconnect the connector. (d) Remove the front seat.BO–107 BODY – FRONT SEAT (Manual Seat for TMMK Made) BO0MP–01 REMOVAL REMOVE FRONT SEAT (a) Using a screwdriver. NOTICE: Be careful not to damage the body. HINT: Tape the screwdriver tip before use. Author : Date : 2455 . remove the seat track covers. (b) Remove the 4 bolts.

9. REMOVE SEAT TRACK ADJUSTING HANDLE Remove the seat track adjusting handle. Author : Date : 2456 . 6. 7. (b) Remove the headrest supports. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) 2. REMOVE SEAT CUSHION ASSEMBLY Remove the 4 bolts and seat cushion assembly from the seat adjuster. Remove the hog rings. CAUTION: z Do not store the side airbag assembly with the airbag deployment direction facing down. REMOVE RECLINING CONNECTING PIPE Remove the reclining connecting pipe. (d) Remove the seatback cover from the seatback pad. 5. REMOVE SEAT CUSHION COVER (a) Remove the seat cushion frame. (b) Remove the seat cushion cover from the seat cushion pad. w/ Side Airbag Assembly: REMOVE SIDE AIRBAG ASSEMBLY Remove the 2 nuts and side airbag assembly from the seatback frame. 4. REMOVE OUTER ADJUSTER SUB–ASSEMBLY Remove the outer adjuster sub–assembly from the inner adjuster sub–assembly. (a) REMOVE THESE PARTS: Release handle Front seat cushion shield Vertical Seat Adjuster: Vertical adjuster knob Front seat cushion lower shield Front seatback hinge cover. Remove the bolts and seatback assembly. (a) H01870 REMOVE SEATBACK COVER w/ Side Airbag Assembly: Remove the hook from the seatback frame. (c) Remove the seatback frame from the seatback cover with pad. w/ Lumber Support: Lumber support lever Headrest Front seat inner belt REMOVE SEATBACK ASSEMBLY w/ Side Airbag Assembly: Remove the side airbag wire harness after removing clips. 8. (b) (c) 3. z Never disassemble the side airbag assembly.BO–108 BODY – FRONT SEAT (Manual Seat for TMMK Made) BO0MQ–01 DISASSEMBLY 1.

inspect that the outer and inner tracks are locked at the same time. loosen the bolts to adjust the position. (b) When sliding the seat. Author : Date : 2457 .BO–109 BODY – FRONT SEAT (Manual Seat for TMMK Made) BO0MR–01 INSPECTION INSPECT RECLINING LOCK POSITION AND SLIDING LOCK POSITION SLIPPING OFF (a) When reclining the seat. inspect that the outer and inner tracks are released at the same time. HINT: When sliding lock positions slip off. HINT: When the reclining lock positions slip off. disassemble the seat to adjust the position.

6. then from the bolts on the rear side tighten completely. HINT: Tighten the 4 bolts temporarily. INSTALL OUTER ADJUSTER SUB–ASSEMBLY Install the outer adjuster sub–assembly to the inner adjuster sub–assembly. INSTALL SEAT CUSHION ASSEMBLY Install the seat cushion assembly with 4 bolts to the seat adjuster.·lbf) NOTICE: z Make sure that the side airbag assembly is installed to the specified torque. z When installing the side airbag assembly. take care is not pinched between other parts. 5.0 N·m (61 kgf·cm. 7. or there are cracks. Torque: 6. (b) Slide the seat adjusters to the most front position. dents or other defects in the case or connector. INSTALL SEAT ADJUSTING HANDLE Install the seat track adjusting handle. (b) Install the seatback cover with pad to the seatback frame. 3. INSTALL RECLINING CONNECTING PIPE (a) Adjust the reclining lock positions of the seat adjusters. 4. INSTALL SEAT CUSHION COVER (a) Install the seat cushion cover to seat cushion pad. the lock positions adjusted in 3–(a) step slip off. (c) Install the headrest supports. HINT: When installing the connecting pipe with raising up the adjusters. replace the side airbag assembly with a new one. Author : Date : 2458 . 2. (c) Place the adjusters on a spacer to adjust the seat rails in parallel and install the connecting pipe. INSTALL SEATBACK COVER (a) Install the seatback cover to the seatback pad. z If the side airbag assembly has been dropped. w/ Side Airbag Assembly: INSTALL SIDE AIRBAG ASSEMBLY Install the side airbag assembly with 2 nuts to the seatback frame.BO–110 BODY – FRONT SEAT (Manual Seat for TMMK Made) BO0MS–01 REASSEMBLY 1. 53 in. lock error will occur. (b) Install the seat cushion cover with pad to the seat cushion frame.

(b) Install a new hog rings. it might cause incorrect deploying. 8. INSTALL SEATBACK ASSEMBLY (a) Install the seatback assembly with 4 bolts.BO–111 BODY – FRONT SEAT (Manual Seat for TMMK Made) (d) H01870 w/ Side Airbag Assembly: Hang the hook on to the seatback frame. CAUTION: Take care to hung the hook securely. then from the bolt on the front right side tighten completely. HINT: Tighten the 4 bolts temporarily. (c) 9. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) w/ Side Airbag Assembly: Securely fix the side airbag wire harness to seat cushion by clips. HINT: Install the hog rings to prevent wrinkles as least as possible. Otherwise the seat cover slides. INSTALL THESE PARTS: Front seat inner belt Headrest w/ Lumber Support: Lumber support lever Front seatback hinge cover Front seat cushion lower shield Vertical Seat Adjuster: Vertical adjuster knob Front seat cushion shield Release handle H01871 Author : Date : 2459 .

HINT: If holding the seat track handle. (c) Tighten the bolts on the rear side temporarily. Author : Date : 2460 . (d) Slide the seat to the most rear position to install the bolts on the front side. from the bolt on the inner side tighten completely. NOTICE: Make sure that seat adjuster locks. (b) Without holding the seat track handle. mount the seat to the vehicle. the adjusted most front positions slip off.BO–112 BODY – FRONT SEAT (Manual Seat for TMMK Made) BO0MT–01 INSTALLATION INSTALL FRONT SEAT (a) Slide the front seat to the most front position.

13) 18 (185. ft·lbf) : Specified torque H01874 Author : Date : 2461 .BO–113 BODY – REAR SEAT (TMC Made) REAR SEAT (TMC Made) BO0NA–01 COMPONENTS Headrest Headrest Support Seatback Frame Seatback Pad Seatback Cover RH Rear Side Seatback Seatback Locking Knob Seatback Lock Knob Gromet Rear Seatback Lock Control Seatback Lock control Cable Rear Seatback lock 17.5 (178. 12. 13) Rear Seat center Armrest Center Armrest Hinge Cover LH Seatback Hinge LH Rear Side Seatback Seat Cushion Cover Seat Cushion Pad N·m (kgf·cm. 13) Center Seatback Hinge 18 (185. 13) 18 (185.5) Control Bezel Seat Belt Guide RH Seatback Hinge 18 (185.

3. (b) Remove the clips. (b) Remove the clips. 4. REMOVE LH AND RH REAR SIDE SEATBACK (a) Remove the bolt and LH rear side seatback. 5. REMOVE LH SEATBACK ASSEMBLY (a) Release lock to lean the seat back to front. REMOVE SEATBACK HINGE (a) Remove the bolts and LH seatback hinge and RH seatback hinge. (b) Remove the bolt and RH rear side seatback. (b) Remove the 2 lock hooks. (c) Remove the 2 bolts and LH seatback assembly. (b) Remove the 2 bolts and center seatback hinge. (c) Remove the 2 bolts and RH seatback assembly. HINT: Remove the rear seat inner with center belt from seat cushion slit to remove the seat cushion. 13 ft·lbf) Author : Date : 2462 . Torque: 18 N·m (185 kgf·cm. 2.BO–114 BODY – REAR SEAT (TMC Made) BO0NB–01 REMOVAL 1. REMOVE RH SEAT BACK ASSEMBLY (a) Release lock to lean the seatback to front. REMOVE SEAT CUSHION ASSEMBLY (a) Remove the seat cushion assembly.

Torque: 17.5 N·m (178 kgf·cm. REMOVE SEATBACK COVER (a) Remove the hog rings and seatback frame from the seatback cover with pad. 12. 4. (b) Remove the hog rings and seatback cover from the seatback pad.5 ft·lbf) Author : Date : 2463 . (c) Rear seatback Board (d) Headrest supports (e) Seatback locking knob (f) Seatback lock knob Gromet (g) Rear seat center armrest 3. (b) Remove the 2 bolts and rear seatback lock control. REMOVE SEATBACK LOCK (a) Remove the rear seatback lock control cable. REMOVE SEAT CUSHION COVER Remove the hog rings and seat cushion cover from the seat cushion pad. REMOVE THESE PARTS: HINT: Remove the clips to turn over the seatback cover before performing the following steps. (a) Headrest (b) Rear seatback lock control Bezel. 2.BO–115 BODY – REAR SEAT (TMC Made) BO0NC–01 DISASSEMBLY 1.

BO–116 BODY – REAR SEAT (TMC Made) BO0ND–01 REASSEMBLY Reassembly is in the reverse order of disassembly (See page BO–115). Author : Date : 2464 .

BO–117 BODY – REAR SEAT (TMC Made) BO0NE–01 INSTALLATION Installation is in the reverse order of removal (See page BO–114). Author : Date : 2465 .

12. 31) Child Restraint Seat Cover 18 (185.5 (178.5) Seatback Lock Knob Seatback Lock Knob Cover Rear Seatback Lock Control Headrest Support RH Rear Side Seatback Rear Seatback Lock Control Cable RH Seatback Hinge 18 (185. 13) 18 (185. 9) Child Restraint Seat N·m (kgf·cm. ft·lbf) : Specified torque H01875 Author : Date : 2466 .8 (79.BO–118 BODY – REAR SEAT (TMMK Made) REAR SEAT (TMMK Made) BO0N5–01 COMPONENTS Headrest Rear seatback Board Rear Seatback frame Rear Seatback Pad Rear Seatback Cover 17.·lbf) 42 (428. 13) Seat Cushion Pad Center Seatback Hinge 13 (130. 69 in. 13) 18 (185. 13) Rear Seat center Armrest Center Armrest Hinge Cover w/ CRS: Center Seatback Hinge 18 (185. 13) Rear Seatback Control Bezel Headrest LH Side Seatback LH Seatback Hinge Seat Cushion Cover Headrest Suppot Seatback Pad Seatback Cover 7.

2. (b) Remove the 2 bolts and center seatback hinge. 13 ft·lbf) (c) w/o CRS: Remove the bolt and RH seatback hinge. (b) Remove the 2 bolts and LH seatback assembly. 13 ft·lbf) Author : Date : 2467 . Torque: 18 N·m (185 kgf·cm. HINT: Remove the rear seat inner with center belt from seat cushion slit to remove the seat cushion. 7. 69 in.BO–119 BODY – REAR SEAT (TMMK Made) BO0N6–01 REMOVAL 1. 6. Torque: RH bolt: 7. 9 ft·lbf) (c) Remove the child restraint seat. REMOVE LH SEATBACK ASSEMBLY (a) Release lock to lean the seatback to front. w/o CRS: REMOVE RH SEATBACK ASSEMBLY (a) Release lock to lean the seatback to front. Torque: 13 N·m (130 kgf·cm. 5. REMOVE SEAT CUSHION ASSEMBLY (a) Remove the seat cushion assembly. 31 ft·lbf) (b) Remove the RH seatback assembly. 4. w/ CRS: REMOVE CHILD RESTRAINT SEAT (a) Remove child restraint seat cover. (b) Remove the 2 lock hooks. w/ CRS: REMOVE RH SEATBACK ASSEMBLY (a) Remove the 3 bolts. REMOVE SEATBACK HINGE (a) Remove the bolt and LH seatback hinge. 3. (c) Remove the bolts and RH seatback assembly. (b) Remove the 3 bolts and 2 nuts.8 N·m (80 kgf·cm. REMOVE LH AND RH REAR SIDE SEATBACK (a) Remove the bolt and LH rear side seatback.·lbf) Center bolt: 42 N·m (428 kgf·cm. (b) Remove the clips. Torque: 18 N·m (185 kgf·cm. (b) Remove the bolt and RH rear side seatback.

(b) Remove the 2 bolts and rear seatback lock control. REMOVE SEATBACK LOCK (a) Remove the rear seatback lock control cable.BO–120 BODY – REAR SEAT (TMMK Made) BO0N7–01 DISASSEMBLY 1. 12. REMOVE THESE PARTS: HINT: Remove the clips to turn over the seatback cover before performing the following steps. (b) Remove the hog rings and seatback cover from the satback pad. REMOVE SEATBACK COVER (a) Remove the hog rings and seatback frame from the seatback cover with pad.5 N·m (178 kgf·cm. Torque: 17. 2.5 ft·lbf) Author : Date : 2468 . (a) Headrest (b) Rear seatback control Bezel (c) Headrest supports (d) Seatback lock knob (e) Seatback lock knob cover (f) Rear seat center armrest 3. REMOVE SEAT CUSHION COVER Remove the hog rings and seat cushion cover from the seat cushion pad. 4.

BO–121 BODY – REAR SEAT (TMMK Made) BO0N8–01 REASSEMBLY Reassembly is in the reverse order of disasssembly (See page BO–120). Author : Date : 2469 .

Author : Date : 2470 .BO–122 BODY – REAR SEAT (TMMK Made) BO0N9–01 INSTALLATION Installation is in the reverse order of removal (See page BO–119).

8 (79.BO–123 BODY – SEAT BELT SEAT BELT BO0NF–01 COMPONENTS Rear Seat Outer Belt 42 (420. ft·lbf) : Specified torque H01877 Author : Date : 2471 . 31) Front Seat Inner Belt Rear Seat Inner Belt 7. 31) Rear Seat Front Seat Outer Belt 42 (420. 31) 42 (420. 69 in. 31) 42 (420.·lbf) N·m (kgf·cm. 31) Front Seat 42 (420. 31) Center Belt 42 (420.

Author : Date : 2472 . problem is found. All Seat Belt: RUNNING TEST (IN SAFE AREA) (a) Fasten the front seat belts. replace the assembly. problem is found. whenever installing a new belt assembly. (b) Drive the car at 10 mph (16 km/h) and slam on the brakes. (b) Remove the locking retractor assembly. inner belt. Also. 1. Check that the belt locks and cannot be extended at this time. (c) Tilt the retractor slowly. remove the belt mechanism assembly and conduct the following static check. BO0632 HINT: Conduct this test in a safe area. Front RH Seat Belt and Rear Seat Belt (ALR/ELR): STATIC TEST Make sure that the belt locks when pulled out quickly. verify the proper operation before installation. bolts. Remove the locking retractor assembly. Pull out the whole belt and measure the length of the whole belt. If the belt does not lock. Driver’s Seat Belt (ELR): STATIC TEST (a) Make sure that the belt locks when pulled out quickly. Then retract the belt slightly and pull it out again Make sure that the belt cannot be extended further. and cannot be pulled out over 45 degrees of tilt. The entire assembly should be replaced even if damage is not obvious. 15° 45° (d) If a 3.BO–124 BODY – SEAT BELT BO0NG–01 INSPECTION CAUTION: Replace the seat belt assembly (outer belt. replace the assembly. 2. nuts or sill–bar) if it has been used in a severe impact. (a) (b) (c) BO0633 (d) If a Make sure that the belt can be pulled out at a tilt of 15 degrees or less.

87 in. BO0633 Author : Date : 2473 .) of belt remains retracted. Tilt the retractor slowly. N10070 15° 45° (g) Make sure that the belt can be pulled out at a tilt of 15 degrees or less. replace the assembly. then pull out the belt until 200 mm (7.) Retract the whole belt. If a problem is found.87 in. and cannot be pulled out at over 45 degrees of tilt.BO–125 BODY – SEAT BELT (e) (f) Full Belt Length Minus 200 mm (7.

NOTICE: When removing the front outer seat belt. HINT: Tape the screwdriver tip before use. 1. (c) Remove the bolt and shoulder anchor. H01346 Author : Date : 2474 . (b) Using a screwdriver. remove the anchor caps. (d) (e) Disconnect the pretensioner connector as shown in the illustration. REMOVE FRONT SEAT OUTER BELT CAUTION: Never disassemble the front seat outer belt. Remove the 2 bolts and front seat outer belt. z Never use SRS parts from another vehicle.BO–126 BODY – SEAT BELT PRETENSIONER SEAT BELT PRETENSIONER BO0NH–01 REMOVAL NOTICE: z If the wiring connector of the supplemental restraint system is disconnected with the ignition switch at ON or ACC. (a) Remove the bolts and floor anchor. When replacing parts. REMOVE THESE PARTS: (a) Front door scuff plate (b) Center pillar lower garnish 2. take care not to pull the seat belt pretensioner wire harness. diagnostic trouble codes will be recorded. replace them with new parts.

(See page DI–626) H00563 (b) H01878 Perform a visual check which includes the following items with the front seat outer belt removed from the vehicle. z Check for deformation of the center pillar. (See page DI–626) (b) Perform a visual check which includes the following items with the front seat outer belt removed from the vehicle. (a) PRETENSIONER IS NOT ACTIVATED Perform a diagnostic system check. or marked discoloration of the center pillar lower garnish. see page BO–123. PRETENSIONER IS ACTIVATED (a) Perform a diagnostic system check. z Check for deformation of the center pillar. 2. z Check for damage on the connector and wire harness. z Check for cuts and cracks in wire harnesses. Author : Date : 2475 . CAUTION: For removal and installation of the front seat outer belt. Be sure to follow the correct procedure. z Check for cuts and cracks in.BO–127 BODY – SEAT BELT PRETENSIONER BO0NI–01 INSPECTION 1. and for chipping in connectors.

z When deploying the seat belt pretensioner. z Do not apply water. to a front seat outer belt with operated pretensioner. so perform the operation out–of–door and where it will not create a nuisance to nearby residents. SST 09082–00700. (SRS Airbag Deployment Tool) Perform the operation in a place away from electrical noise. contact the SERVICE DEPT. z Use gloves and safety glasses when handling a front seat outer belt with operated pretensioner. perform the operation from at least 10 m (33 ft) away from the front seat outer belt. always use the specified SST. z The seat belt pretensioner produces a sizeable exploding sound when it deploys. z Always wash your hands with water after completing the operation. SST AB0152 CAUTION: z Never dispose of front seat outer belt which has an undeployed pretensioner. Author : Date : 2476 . when disposing of a front seat outer belt (with seat belt pretensioner) deployed in a collision. 09082–00740 z When deploying a front seat outer belt (with seat belt pretensioner). etc. of the DISTRIBUTOR.BO–128 BODY – SEAT BELT PRETENSIONER BO0NJ–01 DISPOSAL HINT: When scrapping vehicles equipped with a supplemental restraint system or disposing of a front seat outer belt (with seat belt pretensioner) always first activate the seat belt pretensioner in accordance with the procedure described below. follow the same procedure given in step 1–(d) in ”DISPOSAL”. If any abnormality occurs with the seat belt pretensioner operation.

SST 09082–00700. Battery SEAT BELT PRETENSIONER DEPLOYMENT WHEN SCRAPPING VEHICLE HINT: Have a battery ready as the power source to deploy the airbag. (4) Buckle the front seat belt and check that there is no looseness and slack in the front seat inner belt and front seat outer belt. 09082–00740 AB0152 (1) Battery Connect the SST to battery. 09082–00740 H01346 Author : Date : 2477 . (1) Remove the front door scuff plate. (2) Remove the center pillar lower garnish. AB0158 (2) SST Check functioning of SST Press the SST activation switch. SST AB0158 SST (a) Check functioning of SST CAUTION: When deploying the seat belt pretensioner. SST 09082–00700. Connect the red clip of the SST to the battery positive (+) terminal and the black clip to the battery negative (–) terminal. SST HINT: Do not connect the yellow connector which will be connected with the seat belt pretensioner. H01580 CAUTION: If the LED lights up when the activation switch is not being pressed. (b) Install the SST.BO–129 BODY – SEAT BELT PRETENSIONER 1. always use the specified SST: SRS Airbag Deployment Tool. (3) Disconnect the pretensioner connector as shown in the illustration. SST malfunction is probable. so definitely do not use the SST. and check the LED of the SST activation switch lights up.

Author : Date : 2478 . SST 09082–00700. Close all the doors and windows of the vehicle. (8) Connect the SST red clip the battery positive (–) terminal and the black clip to the negative (+) terminal. (2) Press the SST activation switch and activate the seat belt pretensioner. 09082–00740 NOTICE: To avoid damaging the SST connector and wire harness. (c) Deploy the airbag. (1) Confirm that no one is inside the vehicle or within 10 m (33 ft) area around of the vehicle. then connect them to the seat belt pretensioner. z Use gloves and safety glasses when handling a front seat outer belt with deployed seat belt pretensioner. HINT: The seat belt pretensioner operates simultaneously as the LED of the SST activation switch light up. to a front seat outer belt with deployed seat belt pretensioner. activate the seat belt pretensioner and scrap the vehicle with operated front seat outer belt still installed. (d) Disposal of front seat outer belt (with seat belt pretensioner). z Always wash your hands with water after completing the operation. do not lock the secondary lock of secondary lock of the twin lock. Move the SST to at least 10mm (33 ft) from the front of the vehicle. CAUTION: z The front seat outer belt is very hot when the seat belt pretensioner is deployed. z Do not apply water.BO–130 BODY – SEAT BELT PRETENSIONER SST SST Connect the 2 SST. When scrapping a vehicle. etc. so leave it alone for at least 30 minutes after deployment. H01880 (5) (6) 10 m (33 ft) or more R13455 (7) NOTICE: Take care not to damage the SST wire harness.

then connect them to the seat belt pretensioner. Author : Date : 2479 . SST SST H01881 NOTICE: Place the front seat outer belt shown in the illustration. do not lock the secondary lock of the twin lock. NOTICE: Take care not to damage the SST wire harness. 09082–00740 Battery SST AB0158 (c) SST SST Install the SST. HINT: Have a battery ready as the power source when deploying the seat belt pretensioner. (See step 1–(a)) SST 09082–00700. 09082–00740 NOTICE: To avoid damaging the SST connector and wire harness. (a) Remove the front seat outer belt (See page BO–123) HINT: Cut the belt near the seat belt retractor. 2. z Be sure to following the procedure given below when deploying the seat belt pretensioner. (3) Move the SST to as least 10 m (33 ft) from the disc wheel. H01880 (2) Locate the front seat outer belt on the ground and cover it by the disc wheel with tire. SST 09082–00700. (b) Check functioning of SST. never use the customer’s vehicle to deploy the seat belt pretensioner. (1) Connect the 2 SST.BO–131 BODY – SEAT BELT PRETENSIONER DEPLOYMENT WHEN DISPOSING OF FRONT SEAT OUTER BELT ONLY NOTICE: z When disposing of the front seat outer belt (with seat belt pretensioner) only.

HINT: The seat belt pretensioner operates simultaneously as the LED of the SST activation switch lights up. etc. z Use gloves and safety glasses when handling a front seat outer belt with deployed seat belt pretensioner. (2) Place the front seat outer belt in a vinyl bag. tie the end tightly and dispose of in it the same way as other general parts. z Always wash your hands with water after completing the operation. (2) Check that no one is within 10 m (33 ft) area around of the disc wheel. so leave it alone for at least 30 minutes after deployment. (3) Press the SST activation switch and activate the seat belt pretensioner. Author : Date : 2480 . (1) Connect the SST red clip to the battery positive (+) terminal and black clip to the battery negative (–) terminal. 10 m (33 ft) or more R05181 (e) H01882 Disposal of front seat outer belt (with seat belt pretensioner). to a front seat outer belt with deployed seat belt pretensioner. (1) Remove the disc wheel and SST. CAUTION: z The front seat outer belt is very hot when the seat belt pretensioner is deployed. z Do not apply water.BO–132 BODY – SEAT BELT PRETENSIONER (d) Deploy the seat belt pretensioner.

z If the front seat outer belt has been dropped.BO–133 BODY – SEAT BELT PRETENSIONER BO0NK–01 REPLACEMENT REPLACE REQUIREMENTS In the following cases. z If the seat belt pretensioner has been activated. replace the seat belt pretensioner. z If the front seat outer belt has been found to be faulty during the check in items 1–(b) or 2–(b). Be sure to follow the correct procedure. z If the seat belt pretensioner has been found to be faulty in troubleshooting. Author : Date : 2481 . see page BO–126 and BO–134. CAUTION: For removal and installation of the seat belt pretensioner.

INSTALL THESE PARTS: Center pillar lower garnish Front door scuff plate Author : Date : 2482 . or there are cracks.·lbf) (2) Seat belt shoulder anchor Torque: 42 N·m (430 kgf·cm. INSTALL FRONT SEAT OUTER BELT (a) Install the front seat belt parts by following the reverse order of removal and torque the following bolts. z When installing the front seat outer belt. When replace parts. take care that the wiring does not interfere with other parts and is not pinched between other parts. z If the front seat outer belt has been dropped. w/ Seat Belt Warning: Connect the retractor switch connector. 69 in. 1. replace the front seat outer belt with a new one.8 N·m (80 kgf·cm. 31 ft·lbf) (3) Seat belt floor anchor Torque: 42 N·m (430 kgf·cm.BO–134 BODY – SEAT BELT PRETENSIONER BO0NL–01 INSTALLATION NOTICE: Never use seat belt pretensioner from another vehicle. dents or other defects in the case or connector. (b) (c) 2. replace them with new parts. (1) Front seat outer belt retractor Torque: 7. 31 ft·lbf) NOTICE: z Make sure that the front seat outer belt is installed with the specified torque. (a) (b) H01352 Connect the pretensioner connector as shown in the illustration.

1. 2. 3. 4. Open Door and SRS) Suspect Area 1. Suspect Area 1. Fuel Receiver Gauge Fuel Temperature Sensor (For Delivery Pipe) Fuel Temperature Sensor (For Fuel Tank) Fuel Pressure Sensor (For Delivery Pipe) Fuel Pressure Sensor (For Fuel Pipe) ECM Meter Circuit Plate Wire Harness Engine Coolant Temperature Receiver Gauge Engine Coolant Temperature Sender Gauge Meter Circuit Plate Wire Harness See page – BE–4 – BE–5 SF–36 SF–40 SF–42 SF–45 – BE–4 – BE–5 BE–5 BE–4 – – BE–54* – – – Fuel Gauge does not operate or abnormal operation. 2. 6.BE–1 BODY ELECTRICAL – TROUBLESHOOTING TROUBLESHOOTING BE16T–01 PROBLEM SYMPTOMS TABLE COMBINATION METER METER. 6. Fuel Level warning light does not light up. 3. 7. 5. 8. No. 4. Wire Harness Only one illumination light does not light up.1) 2. Wire Harness 1. 2. Meter Circuit Plate 3. (Except Discharge. 1. 4. Wire Harness 1. 7. TAIL Fuse (I/P J/B No. 3. Wire Harness 1. Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge does not operate or abnormal operation All illumination lights do not light up. 8. 2.1) 2. *: See Pub. Fuel Gauge and Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge do not operate. 1. 3. RM654U Author : Date : 533 . Bulb 2. 5. Meter Circuit Plate 3. COMBINATION METER WARNING LIGHTS: Symptom Warning lights do not light up. Light Control Rheostat 3. GAUGES AND ILLUMINATION: Symptom Tachometer. Bulb Low Oil Pressure Warning Switch Meter Circuit Plate Wire Harness Bulb Fuel Temperature Sensor (For Delivery Pipe) Fuel Temperature Sensor (For Fuel Tank) Fuel Pressure Sensor (For Delivery Pipe) Fuel Pressure Sensor (For Fuel Pipe) ECM Meter Circuit Plate Wire Harness See page – BE–4 – – BE–5 BE–4 – – SF–36 SF–40 SF–42 SF–45 – BE–4 – Low Oil Pressure warning light does not light up. GAUGE Fuse (I/P J/B No. GAUGE Fuse (I/P J/B No.1) 2. 4.

1 z GAUGE Fuse z TAIL Fuse z IGN Fuse z Integration Relay I08447 Author : Date : 534 .2 z ECU–B Fuse z DOME Fuse Washer Fluid Level Warning Switch Combination Meter z Bulb Check Relay ECM ABS ECU Light Control Rheostat Instrument Panel J/B No.BE–2 BODY ELECTRICAL – COMBINATION METER COMBINATION METER BE0AI–04 LOCATION Brake Fluid Level Warning Switch E/G Room J/B No.

BE–3 BODY ELECTRICAL – COMBINATION METER PKB Switch Door Courtesy Switch Seat Belt Buckle Switch Door Courtesy Switch Light Failure Sensor Low Oil Pressure Warning Switch Engine Coolant Temperature Sender Gauge Park/Neutral Position Switch I08448 Author : Date : 535 .

1 Vehicle speed sensor GAUGE fuse Igniter Security ECU Cruise control ECU Washer fluid level warning switch Light control rheostat TAIL fuse Z18937 A A13 B2 C1 B1 C9 A6 A11 A7 A10 A8 A9 C13 B8 B11 B12 B C12 B9 B10 B13 C F : Fuel Gauge E : Engine Coolant Temperature Sender Gauge T : Tachometer S : Speedometer N20107 N20108 .1 Vehicle speed sensor Ground Turn signal switch ECM Traction ECU ABS ECU Ground No.BE–4 BODY ELECTRICAL – COMBINATION METER BE0AJ–04 CIRCUIT Connector ”A” 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Connector ”B” 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Connector ”C” 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 1213 J–13–1–A B3 C5 A2 A1 C8 B15 C6 J–16–1 J–13–1 C7 F E T S Connector ”C” Connector ”B” Connector ”A” B14 ODOMETER Fuel Level Warning Seat Belt Warning ABS Warning Low Oil Pressure Warning Cruise Control Indicator Malfunction Indicator O/D OFF Indicator Light Failure Warning Brake Warning SLIP Indicator TRAC Indicator Washer Level Warning Discharge Warning Bulb Check Relay Right Turn Indicator Left Turn Indicator Security Indicator L 2 D N R P Illumination Hi–Beam Indicator Open Door Warning SRS Warning B6 A4 C4 B5 C10 C2 A12 A3 B7 C3 A5 C11 B4 B16 No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Wire Harness Side Engine coolant temperature sender gauge Ground Light failure sensor Integration relay Traction ECU Park/neutral position switch (A/T) Park/neutral position switch (A/T) Park/neutral position switch (A/T) Park/neutral position switch (A/T) Park/neutral position switch (A/T) Park/neutral position switch (A/T) O/D OFF switch (A/T) IGN fuse Turn signal switch ST relay ECM Generator Oil pressure switch ECM Parking brake switch and brake fluid level warning switch Headlight dimmer switch Headlight dimmer switch Door courtesy switch DOME fuse ECU–B fuse Airbag sensor assembly ECM No.

Turn the ignition switch ON. INSPECT FUEL LEVEL WARNING SWITCH (See page SF–40) . Connect terminals 8 on the wire harness side connector. it will take a short time for needle to stabilize. If the warning light does not light up. 128. I12029 HINT: Because of the silicon oil in the gauge. If operation is not as specified.4–W test bulb. (a) (b) ECM INSPECT FUEL RECEIVER GAUGE OPERATION Disconnect the connector from the ECM. check that the warning light lights up. 3.3 Approx. check that the bulb lights up and the receiver gauge needle moves towards the full side. 2. replace the receiver gauge.1 Approx. Turn the ignition switch ON. (a) (b) (c) I12030 INSPECT FUEL LEVEL WARNING LIGHT Disconnect the connector from the sender gauge. 141. INSPECT FUEL RECEIVER GAUGE RESISTANCE Measure the resistance between terminals. test the bulb or inspect wire harness. I12031 Fuel Gauge (c) (d) Ignition Switch Wire Harness Side Battery Connect terminals 2 on the wire harness side connector through a 3. 270. Tester connection Resistance (Ω) Approx. 5.8 A–B A–C A B C B–C N20212 If resistance value is not as specified. INSPECT FUEL SENDER GAUGE RESISTANCE (See page SF–36) Warning Light Ignition Switch Battery Wire Harness Side 4. check that the receiver gauge needle indicates EMPTY. inspect the receiver gauge resistance. Turn the ignition switch ON.BE–5 BODY ELECTRICAL – COMBINATION METER BE16U–01 Ignition Switch Fuel Gauge Battery INSPECTION 1.

229. If operation is not as specified. recheck the system. If resistance value is not as specified. replace the sender gauge. measure the receiver gauge resistance. HINT: Connect the test leads so that the current from the ohmmeter can flow according to the above order. (a) (b) Sender Gauge INSPECT ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE RECEIVER GAUGE OPERATION Disconnect the connector from the sender gauge.7 *: This circuit includes the diode.4 W) Wire Harness Side Ground terminal on the wire harness side connector through a 3. and check that the bulb lights up and the receiver gauge needle moves to the hot side. Then. Z15788 7.4–W test bulb. If operation is as specified.BE–6 BODY ELECTRICAL – COMBINATION METER Engine coolant temperature gauge Ignition Switch Battery 6. N20215 Engine coolant temperature gauge (c) Ignition Switch Battery Test Bulb (3. 54.0 Approx. 175. . C B A INSPECT ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE RECEIVER GAUGE RESISTANCE Measure the resistance between terminals. Turn the ignition switch ON and check that the receiver gauge needle indicates COOL. replace the receiver gauge. (d) Turn the ignition switch ON.7 Approx. Tester connection A–B A–C B–C N20216 Resistance (Ω) * Approx.

63 ± Slide rheostat 0. 3.1 Ω 120 (248. I07709 Warning Light Ignition Switch Battery 1 Z14205 9.0) Resistance (Ω) 160 – 240 17. then read the rheostat indication. 10.0) If resistance value is not as specified.25 kgf/cm2. Temperature °C (°F) 50 (122. If operation is not as specified.1 Ω INSPECT ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE SENDER GAUGE RESISTANCE Connect the wire harness as shown in the illustration. (a) INSPECT LOW OIL PRESSURE WARNING LIGHT Disconnect the connector from the warning switch and ground terminal on the wire harness side connector. 35. replace the engine coolant temperature sender gauge. Check that continuity exists between terminal and ground with the engine stopped.5 kPa (0.BE–7 BODY ELECTRICAL – COMBINATION METER 8. Check that no continuity exists between terminal and ground with the engine running. (b) Turn the ignition switch ON and check that the warning light lights up. (a) (b) (c) INSPECT LOW OIL PRESSURE SWITCH Disconnect the connector from the switch. and adjust the ammeter pointer to indicate ”0” using the slide rheostat. N06640 HINT: Oil pressure should be over 24. replace the switch.1 – 21.63 ± 0. . If the warning light does not light up.2 35. test the bulb.55 psi).

Shape (Example) Removal/Installation Pliers Clip Remover Screwdriver Scraper V00005 Author : Date : 540 . always replace it with a new clip. HINT: If the clip is damaged during the operation.BO–1 BODY – CLIP CLIP BO2DL–01 REPLACEMENT The removal and installation methods of typical clips used in body parts are shown in the table below.

BO–2 BODY – CLIP Shape (Example) Removal/Installation Removal Installation Removal Installation V00012 Author : Date : 541 .

RM654U). front passenger airbag and seat belt pretensioner. Author : Date : 542 . Before servicing (including removal or installation of parts.BO–3 BODY – SRS AIRBAG SRS AIRBAG BO2DM–01 PRECAUTION The CAMRY CNG is equipped with SRS (Supplemental Restraint System) such as the driver airbag. inspection or replacement). Failure to carry out service operation in the correct sequence could cause the SRS to unexpectedly deploy during servicing. possibly leading to a serious accident. be sure to read the precautionary notices in the RS section (See Pub. No.

43 in. 43 in. 43 in. ft·lbf) : Specified Torque H09249 Author : Date : 543 .·lbf) Rear Bumper Side Retainer Rear Bumper Cover 4.·lbf) Rear Bumper Side Retainer 4.·lbf) N·m (kgf·cm.·lbf) 34 (350.·lbf) Quarter Air Duct 4. 43 in. 43 in.9 (50.9 (50. 25) 4.9 (50.9 (50.BO–4 BODY – REAR BUMPER REAR BUMPER BO2DN–01 COMPONENTS Luggage Compartment Trim Front Cover Inner Luggage Compartment Trim Cover Inner Luggage Compartment Trim Cover Spare Wheel Cover Rear Bumper Reinforcement Rear Bumper Energy Absorber 4.9 (50.

49 in. 31) Roof Side Inner Garnish Package Tray Trim Rear Seat Cushion N·m (kgf·cm. 13) 41 (420.4 (55. 69 in.·lbf) Door Lock Cylinder Reat Combination Light Luggage Compartment Door Cover x11 22 (224. 16) Door Support Spare Wheel Cover Spare Wheel Carrier Inner Luggage Compartment Trim Cover Rear Floor Finish Side Plate Spare Wheel Carrier Spacer Spare Wheel Luggage Compartment Trim Front Cover Rear Floor Finish Plate Rear Floor Finish Side Plate High–mounted Stop Light Rear Seat Outer Belt 41 (420.·lbf) 7. 69 in. 16) 5.4 (55.·lbf) 22 (224. ft·lbf) : Specified Torque Roof Side Inner Garnish No. 16) Door Lock Door Lock Striker 22 (224. 1 Upper Back Panel Hole Cover H09250 Author : Date : 544 .·lbf) Luggage Compartment Door Hinge 5.8 (80.BO–5 BODY – LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT DOOR AND HINGE LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT DOOR AND HINGE BO2DO–02 COMPONENTS Luggage Compartment Door Luggage Compartment Door Hinge 7.8 (80. 31) Inner Lower Luggage Compartment Trim Cover Rear Seat Outer Belt Rear Seatback 18 (185. 49 in.

H09252 REMOVE INNER LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT TRIM COVER (a) Using a clip remover.8 N·m (80 kgf·cm. 6. REMOVE LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT TRIM FRONT COVER Using a clip remover. disconnect the clamps. (b) Using a clip remover. REMOVE LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT DOOR (a) Disconnect the connectors. REMOVE SPARE WHEEL COVER H09251 5. (c) Remove the 4 bolts and door. REMOVE REAR FLOOR FINISH SIDE PLATES Using a clip remover. REMOVE INNER LOWER LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT TRIM COVER (a) Remove the spare wheel carrier.BO–6 BODY – LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT DOOR AND HINGE BO2DP–01 REMOVAL 1. REMOVE LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT DOOR COVER Remove the 11 clips and luggage compartment door cover. 2. . 4. (b) Using a clip remover. remove the 3 clips and inner lower luggage compartment trim cover. remove the 2 clips and inner luggage compartment trim cover. (b) Employ the same manner described above to the other side. 7. HINT: Tape the screwdriver tip before use.·lbf) 3. remove the 6 clips and 2 rear floor finish side plates. spare wheel carrier spacer and spare wheel. Torque: 7. remove the 6 clips and luggage compartment trim front cover. 69 in.

16 ft·lbf) 15. remove the 2 clips. REMOVE ROOF SIDE INNER GARNISH (a) Using a clip remover. REMOVE NO. REMOVE REAR SEAT CUSHION AND SEATBACK (See page BO–22) 10. remove the 2 hexagon screws. 9. (b) Insert a screwdriver between the roof side inner garnish and body to pry it out. REMOVE LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT DOOR HINGES Remove the pins and luggage compartment door hinges. REMOVE HIGH–MOUNTED STOP LIGHT Remove the high–mounted stop light as shown in the illustration. Torque: 22 N·m (224 kgf·cm. (c) Employ the same manner described above to the other side. REMOVE PACKAGE TRAY TRIM (a) Remove the bolts and rear seat outer belt floor anchors. remove the seat belt bezels from the package tray trim. (b) Insert a screwdriver between the rear floor finish plate and body to pry out the rear floor finish plate. then disconnect the connectors. HINT: Remove the package tray trim through out the rear seat outer belt floor anchors from the hole in the package tray trim. 31 ft·lbf) (b) Using a screwdriver. 1 upper back panel hole cover. 13. REMOVE LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT DOOR SUPPORTS Remove the 4 bolts and luggage compartment door support. then disconnect the connector. REMOVE REAR FLOOR FINISH PLATE (a) Using a clip remover. HINT: Tape the screwdriver tip before use. HINT: Tape the screwdriver tip before use. HINT: Tape the screwdriver tip before use. Torque: 41 N·m (420 kgf·cm. remove the clip. (c) Using a hexagon wrench. (d) Remove the package tray trim. HINT: Tape the screwdriver tip before use.BO–7 BODY – LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT DOOR AND HINGE 2 Clips H09253 3 Clips Clip H09254 8. 14. 12. 1 UPPER BACK PANEL HOLE COVER Remove the 2 clips and No. . 2 1 1 H09255 1 2 H07599 11.

Remove the 2 bolts and door lock.4 N·m (55 kgf·cm.4 N·m (55 kgf·cm. REMOVE DOOR LOCK CYLINDER Remove the 2 bolts and door lock cylinder. 49 in.·lbf) . REMOVE REAR COMBINATION LIGHTS (a) Disconnect the connectors.·lbf) 2. (b) Remove the 6 nuts and rear combination lights. Torque: 5.BO–8 BODY – LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT DOOR AND HINGE BO2DQ–01 DISASSEMBLY 1. Torque: 5. (a) (b) REMOVE DOOR LOCK Disconnect the control link. 3. 49 in.

Torque: 7. Loosen the 2 lock striker set bolts. H09256 2. Tighten the loosened bolts again. tap the striker to adjust it. 69 in. (a) ADJUST LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT DOOR Remove the 11 clips and luggage compartment door cover. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) ADJUST DOOR LOCK STRIKER Remove the rear floor finish side plates. Torque: 5. (b) (c) (d) Loosen the bolts to adjust the lggage compartment door in forward/rearward and left/right directions.·lbf) Increase or decrease the number of washers between the hinge and door panel to adjust vertical direction. Tighten the loosened bolts again.·lbf) N21779 . 49 in.BO–9 BODY – LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT DOOR AND HINGE BO2DR–01 ADJUSTMENT 1.8 N·m (80 kgf·cm.4 N·m (55 kgf·cm. Using a hammer and brass bar. Remove the rear floor finish plate.

.BO–10 BODY – LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT DOOR AND HINGE BO2DS–01 REASSEMBLY Reassembly is in the reverse order of disassembly (See page BO–8).

BO–11 BODY – LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT DOOR AND HINGE BO2DT–01 INSTALLATION Installation is in the reverse order of removal (See page BO–6). .

BO–12 BODY – LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT DOOR SUPPORT LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT DOOR SUPPORT BO2DU–01 REPLACEMENT 1. When drilling. (b) Remove the 2 bolts and support from the body. Do not turn the piston rod and cylinder with the luggage compartment door support fully extended. REMOVE LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT DOOR SUPPORT (a) Remove the 2 bolts and luggage compartment door support from the luggage compartment door panel.) hole in the bottom of the luggage compartment door support as shown in the illustration to completely release the high–pressure gas before disposing of it. (a) If the luggage compartment door support is to be replaced. INSTALL LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT DOOR SUPPORT Install the bolt and luggage compartment door support to the body.118 in. z Do not disassemble the luggage compartment door support because the cylinder is filled with pressurized gas. Never score or scratch the exposed part of the piston rod. 3.91 in.0 mm (0. 16 ft·lbf) Author : Date : 551 . chips may fly out so work carefully. remove the 6 clips and luggage compartment trim front cover. HINT: Tape the screwdriver tip before use. 2.0 – 3. and never allow paint or oil to get on it. Torque: 22 N·m (224 kgf·cm. IF NECESSARY. odorless and non–toxic.) z z z H11085 z 4. HINT: While supporting the door with your hand. drill a 2. REMOVE LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT TRIM FRONT COVER Using a clip remover. The gas is colorless. handle the luggage compartment door support carefully. REPLACE LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT DOOR SUPPORT NOTICE: When handling the luggage compartment door support. remove the support. When working. H09251 z Hole Here 150 mm (5.079 – 0.

16 ft·lbf) INSTALL LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT TRIM FRONT COVER Author : Date : 552 . Torque: 22 N·m (224 kgf·cm. Install the 2 bolts and luggage compartment door support to the luggage compartment door panel.BO–13 BODY – LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT DOOR SUPPORT (b) 5.

BO–14 BODY – BACK WINDOW GLASS BACK WINDOW GLASS BO2E2–01 COMPONENTS z Back Window Outside Moulding z Stopper Back Window Glass Roof Side Inner Garnish Roof Side Inner Garnish Rear Seatback 18 (185. ft·lbf) : Specified Torque z Non–reusable part H09257 Author : Date : 553 . 13) RH Rear Seat Outer Belt High–mounted Stop Light LH Rear Seat Outer Belt Rear Seat Cushion 41 (420. 30) Package Tray Trim N·m (kgf·cm.

3 Clips Clip H09254 HINT: Tape the screwdriver tip before use. HINT: Remove the package tray trim through out the rear seat outer belt floor anchors from the hole in the package tray trim. 2 1 1 3. NOTICE: Do not damage the body with the knife. 4. remove the seat belt bezels from the package tray trim. then disconnect the connector. REMOVE HIGH–MOUNTED STOP LIGHT Remove the high–mounted stop light as shown in the illustration.BO–15 BODY – BACK WINDOW GLASS BO2E3–01 REMOVAL 1. remove the clip. (a) (b) REMOVE ROOF SIDE INNER GARNISH Using a clip remover. REMOVE PACKAGE TRAY TRIM (a) Remove the bolts and rear seat belt floor anchors. 5. remove the 2 hexagon screws. REMOVE BACK WINDOW OUTSIDE MOULDING (a) Using a knife. Insert a screwdriver between the roof side inner garnish and body to pry it out. H07599 HINT: Tape the screwdriver tip before use. N20985 . (c) Employ the same manner described above to the other side. H09255 (b) 1 2 Using a screwdriver. (d) Remove the package tray trim. REMOVE REAR SEAT CUSHION AND SEATBACK (See page BO–22) 2. (b) Remove the remaining moulding. then disconnect the connectors. (c) Using a hexagon wrench. cut off the moulding as shown in the illustration.

(c) Tie both wire ends to wooden blocks or similar objects. (e) Remove the glass. (b) Push piano wire through from the interior. NOTICE: When separating the glass. REMOVE BACK WINDOW GLASS (a) Disconnect the connector. (d) Cut the adhesive by pulling the piano wire with leaving the adhesive where the stoppers are. HINT: Apply protective tape to the outer surface to keep the surface from being scratched. H09258 . take care not to damage the paint and exterior.BO–16 BODY – BACK WINDOW GLASS Protective Tape H09266 Protective Tape 6. NOTICE: Leave as much of the adhesive on the body as possible when cutting off the glass.

5. Remove the glass. Using a scraper. Place reference marks on the glass and body. Check that all contacting parts of the glass rim are perfectly even. HINT: z Install the back window outside moulding from the center of glass at the lower side of vehicle mark A indicates the ceramic notch for moulding installation. clean the body. NOTICE: z Be careful not to damage the glass. BO5231 3. HINT: Even if all the adhesive has been removed. H09261 .BO–17 BODY – BACK WINDOW GLASS BO2E4–01 INSTALLATION Adhesive BO4420 1. (b) Clean the cutting surface of the adhesive with a piece of shop rag saturated in cleaner. do not stretch it. z When installing the back window outside moulding. cut away any rough areas on the body. (a) (b) (c) (d) POSITION GLASS Place the glass in the correct position. H09259 A H09260 4. 2. HINT: Leave as much of the adhesive on the body as possible. (c) Clean the glass with cleaner. remove the adhesive sticking to the glass. INSTALL NEW BACK WINDOW OUTSIDE MOULDING Install a new back window outside moulding to the glass as shown in the illustration. INSTALL NEW STOPPERS Attach new stoppers to the ceramic notch areas on the glass to set stoppers. CLEAN AND SHAPE CONTACT SURFACE OF BODY (a) Using a knife. (a) (b) CLEAN REMOVED GLASS Remove the damaged stoppers. z Do not touch the glass face after cleaning it.

z Do not coat Primer M to the adhesive.BO–18 BODY – BACK WINDOW GLASS 6. NOTICE: Do not touch the glass surface after cleaning it. clean the contact surface which is black–colored area around the entire glass rim. CLEAN CONTACT SURFACE OF GLASS Using a cleaner. 8. wipe it off with a clean shop rag before primer dries. coat Primer M to the exposed part of body on the vehicle side. NOTICE: z Let the primer coating dry for 3 minutes or more. a a b b b b a–a b–b COAT CONTACT SURFACE OF GLASS WITH PRIMER ”G” (a) Using a brush or sponge. Primer G H09262 . Primer M Primer M Adhesive H02865 COAT CONTACT SURFACE OF BODY WITH PRIMER ”M” Using a brush. coat the contact surface with Primer G as shown in the illustration. z Do not keep any of the opened Primer G for later use. BO4421 7. z Do not keep any of the opened Primer M for later use. NOTICE: z Let the coated primer dry for 3 minutes or more. (b) When the primer is coated wrongly to the area other than the specified.

use all adhesive within the time described in the table below. (b) Hold the back window glass in place securely with a protective tape or equivalent until the adhesive hardens. H09265 Temperature 35 °C (95 °F) 20 °C (68 °F) 5 °C (41 °F) Minimum time prior to driving the vehicle 1. Temperature 35 °C (95 °F) Tackfree time 15 minutes 100 minutes 8 hour b b a–a A A b–b 20 °C (68 °F) 5 °C (41 °F) (b) (c) Load the cartridge into the sealer gun. Seal any leak with sealant. 13. INSTALL REAR SIDE OF ROOF HEADLINING Install the rear side of roof headlining with the 2 clips. A: 12. (a) (b) INSPECT FOR LEAK AND REPAIR Conduct a leak test after the hardening time has elapsed.0 mm (0. (a) APPLY ADHESIVE Cut off the tip of the cartridge nozzle. INSTALL ASSIST GRIPS . Part No.) B : Adhesive B H09263 10. Part No.) B: 8.315 in. Apply adhesive to the glass as shown in the illustration. H09264 HINT: Confirm that the moulding is attached to the body panel as shown in the illustration. and press in gently along the rim.472 in.0 mm (0. (a) INSTALL GLASS Position the glass so that the reference marks are lined up.5 hours 5 hours 24 hours 11. 08850–00801 or equivalent a b b HINT: After cutting off the tip.BO–19 BODY – BACK WINDOW GLASS a 9. 08833–00030 or equivalent 12. NOTICE: Take care not to drive the vehicle during the time described in the table below.

INSTALL ROOF SIDE INNER GARNISH Install the roof side inner garnish with clip. INSTALL PACKAGE TRAY TRIM (a) Connect the connectors. Employ the same manner described above to the other side. HINT: Before installing the package tray trim pass the rear seat outer belt floor anchor through the hole in the package tray trim. (b) Install the package tray trim with the 2 screws. 15. (a) (b) 17.BO–20 BODY – BACK WINDOW GLASS 14. INSTALL HIGH–MOUNTED STOP LIGHT 16. INSTALL REAR SEAT CUSHION AND SEATBACK (See page BO–25) 3 Clips Clip H09254 .

ft·lbf) : Specified torque H09268 Author : Date : 560 . 13) Rear Seat Cushion Cover Hook Hook Rear Seat Cushion Cover N·m (kgf·cm. 13) Rear Seat Cushion Cover z Hog Ring z Hog Ring 18 (185.BO–21 BODY – REAR SEAT REAR SEAT BO2DV–02 COMPONENTS Headrest Headrest Headrest Support Headrest Support Rear Seatback Pad Rear Seatback Cover 18 (185.

REMOVE REAR SEAT CUSHION ASSEMBLY Pull up the front part of seat cushion assembly to remove the rear seat cushion assembly. . HINT: When removing the rear seat cushion assembly. REMOVE REAR SEATBACK ASSEMBLY (a) Remove the 3 bolts. 13 ft·lbf) HINT: At the time of reassembly. please refer to the following item. (b) Pull up the seatback assembly to remove it. When installing hog rings.BO–22 BODY – REAR SEAT BO2DW–01 REMOVAL 1. Torque: 18 N·m (185 kgf·cm. take care to prevent wrinkles as little as possible. pass the rear seat inner with center belt through the hole on the seatback. 2.

REMOVE SEATBACK COVER Remove the hog rings and seatback cover from the seatback pad. 3.BO–23 BODY – REAR SEAT BO2DX–01 DISASSEMBLY 1. . REMOVE SEAT CUSHION COVER Remove the hog rings and seat cushion cover from the seat cushion pad. REMOVE HEADRESTS AND HEADREST SUPPORTS 2.

.BO–24 BODY – REAR SEAT BO2DY–01 REASSEMBLY Reassembly is in the reverse order of disassembly (See page BO–23).

.BO–25 BODY – REAR SEAT BO2DZ–02 INSTALLATION Installation is in the reverse order of removal (See page BO–22).

30) 41 (420. 30) 41 (420. ft·lbf) : Specified torque H09269 Author : Date : 565 .BO–26 BODY – SEAT BELT SEAT BELT BO2E0–01 COMPONENTS 41 (420.8 (80. 30) Front Seat Outer Belt Rear Seat Outer Belt 41 (420. 31) 41 (420. 30) Front Seat 7. 30) Anchor Cover Cap 41 (420. 69 in. 31) 41 (420. 30) LH Rear Seat Inner with Center Belt N·m (kgf·cm.·lbf) RH Rear Seat Inner with Center Belt 41 (420.

The entire assembly should be replaced even if damage is not obvious. Also whenever installing a new belt assembly. Check that the belt locks and cannot be extended at this time. 15° 45° (d) If a 3. Driver’s seat belt (ELR): STATIC TEST (a) Make sure that the belt locks when pulled out quickly. problem is found. Remove the locking retractor assembly. BO0632 HINT: Conduct this test in a safe area. 1. (b) Remove the locking retractor assembly. (a) (b) (c) BO0633 (d) If a Make sure that the belt can be pulled out at a tilt of 15 degrees or less. (c) Tilt the retractor slowly. Then retract the belt slightly and pull it out again. replace the assembly. bolts. If the belt does not lock. verify the proper operation before installation. replace the assembly.BO–27 BODY – SEAT BELT BO2E1–01 INSPECTION CAUTION: Replace the seat belt assembly (Outer belt. 2. Make sure that the belt cannot be extended further. (b) Drive the car at 10 m/h (16 km/h) and slam on the brakes. . Pull out the whole belt and measure the length of the whole belt. inner belt. Except driver’s seat belt (ALR/ELR): STATIC TEST Make sure that the belt locks when pulled out quickly. remove the belt mechanism assembly and conduct the following static check. problem is found. nuts or sill–bar) if it has been used in a severe impact. All seat belt: RUNNING TEST IN SAFE AREA (a) Fasten the front seat belts. and cannot be pulled out over 45 degrees of tilt.

Tilt the belt slowly. (a) (b) (c) Manual type: TESTING Adjust the belt to the proper length. Apply a firm load to the belt.) of belt remains retracted. and cannot be pulled out at over 45 degrees of tilt. If a problem is found. Make sure that the belt is not extended. N10070 (g) 15° 45° Make sure that the belt can be pulled out at a tilt of 15 degrees or less.87 in.BO–28 BODY – SEAT BELT (e) Full Belt Length Minus 200 mm (7. BO5906 .) (f) Retract the whole belt. replace the assembly. BO0633 4.87 in. then pull out the belt until 200 mm (7.