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[A] : System Title [H] : Indicates the wiring color.


[B] : Indicates a Relay Block. No shading is used and Wire colors are indicated by an alphabetical code.
only the Relay Block No. is shown to distinguish it B = Black W = White BR = Brown
from the J/B
L = Blue V = Violet SB = Sky Blue
Example: Indicates Relay Block No.1
R = Red G = Green LG = Light Green
[C] : ( ) is used to indicate different wiring and P = Pink Y = Yellow GR = Gray
connector, etc. when the vehicle model, engine
type, or specification is different. O = Orange
[D] : Indicates related system. The first letter indicates the basic wire color and the
second letter indicates the color of the stripe.
[E] : Indicates the wiring harness and wiring harness
connector. The wiring harness with male terminal is Example: L–Y
shown with arrows ( ).
Outside numerals are pin numbers.

L Y
(Blue) (Yellow)
[I] : Indicates a wiring Splice Point (Codes are ”E” for the
Engine Room, ”I” for the Instrument Panel, and ”B”
for the Body).
Female Male ( )

The first letter of the code for each wiring harness


and wiring harness connector(s) indicates the
component’s location, e.g, ”E” for the Engine
Compartment, ”I” for the Instrument Panel and
Surrounding area, and ”B” for the Body and
Surrounding area.
When more than one code has the first and second
letters in common, followed by numbers (e.g, IH1,
IH2), this indicates the same type of wiring harness The Location of splice Point I 5 is indicated by the
and wiring harness connector. shaded section.
[F] : Represents a part (all parts are shown in sky blue). [J] : Indicates a shielded cable.
The code is the same as the code used in parts
position.
[G] : Junction Block (The number in the circle is the J/B
No. and the connector code is shown beside it).
Junction Blocks are shaded to clearly separate
them from other parts. [K] : Indicates the pin number of the connector.
The numbering system is different for female and
male connectors.
Example:
Example: Numbered in order Numbered in order
from upper left to from upper right to
3C indicates that lower right lower left
it is inside
Junction Block
No.3

Female Male
[L] : Indicates a ground point.
The first letter of the code for each ground point(s)
indicates the component’s location, e.g, ”E” for the
Engine Compartment, ”I” for the Instrument Panel
and Surrounding area, and ”B” for the Body and
Surrounding area.
[M] : Page No.

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Starting

∗ 1 : w/ Theft Deterrent System


∗ 2 : w/o Theft Deterrent System
∗ 3 : M/T Single Cab, Double Cab 2KD–FTV w/o Inter Cooler
∗ 4 : ∗2 Except ∗3

5 AM2 IG2

ST2 7 B–W
W–R

I6
Ignition SW 4

L–Y
7 2C
B L N1
Neutral
P Start SW
1 ID2

7. 5A L–Y N
ST
(A/T) 5

(M/T)
11 IF3

L–Y

(A/T)
B–Y
B–Y
3 2O (A/T)

4 EA1
L–Y

D
J11
W–R

B–Y

Junction
Connector
D
1 1
W–R

W–R

5 2

4 1B ST
Relay

3 1

30A
AM2
1 1

W–B
L

1 1A
10 IF3
2 EA2

B–W
(∗2 ∗3)
W

(∗1, ∗4)
L

B–W
W–B

(∗1, ∗4)
Short Pin (Theft Warning ECU)

1 A
Theft Warning ECU

1
J22(A), J23(B)

B 12 A 1 A B A
B M
Connector

SRLY E(∗1)
Junction

(∗1)
(∗4)

(∗4)
S12(B)
T16(A)

S 6(A), S 7(B)
Starter B B
12 B 1 B
Battery

W–B
W–B

(∗4)

ID

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Charging

From Power Source System (See Page 60)

10A 7. 5A
ECU–IG&GAUGE MET

32 2S 1 2D

B–O
R–L
21

Charge
C8
Combination
E8 Meter
Engine ECU

37
ALT
8

GR

W
3 ID2 4 ID2 13 EA1
G

R–L

GR
W

W
B

B
B
J6
Junction
Connector
1 1E 1 B
G

A 7(A), A 8(B)
100A 7. 5A 3 B 2 B 4 B 1 B Alternator 1 A
ALT ALT–S
M IG L S B

1 1A

IC Regulator
W

Battery

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Engine Control
From Power Source System (See Page 60)

∗ 1 : Shielded
80A 50A ∗ 2 : 1KD–FTV
GLOW BATT
P/I

B
1 1G 3 1B

B
W–L

L
W–G

A B

J 4(A), J 5(B)
Connector
Junction

W–G
C A
R
B

B
L

1 1

1 1H 1 1J 4 1J 2 1J

5 2
1
GLOW
Relay
25A
EFI MAIN EDU
3 1 Relay Relay

1 1

5 1J 3 1J 8 1J 7 1J
W–B
B–R

B–W
W–B
B

1 EA2 12 IF2
12 EA1
B–R

B–W

G1
Glow Plug 1

A
A W–B

A J1
Junction
Connector
W–B

B–W

EB

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BR(∗2)

W–B

(∗1)

W–B
B B B
E2

(∗2)

(∗2)
BR
B

B
W–G

1 1 1 5
W–G

Air Flow Meter


R
B

Control Valve

VRV (EGR)
Suction
14 IF3 1 IF3 11 IF2

S8

V1

A4
2 2 3 4 2
W–G

G–W

W–R
W–B

W–B

B–W
G–Y

Y–B
L–R
(∗1)

(∗2)

(∗2)

(∗2)
R
B

8 A 1 A 2 B 15 A 2 D 1 D 9 C 24 C 31 D 32 C
Junction Connector

MREL +B BATT GREL PCV+ PCV– EGR VG THA EVG


A B A B A B
J 7(A), J 8(B)

E 5(A), E 6(B), E 7(C), E 8(D)


Engine ECU

A A A A IREL VCPA VPA EPA VCP2 VPA2 EPA2


10 A 26 A 22 A 28 A 27 A 23 A 29 A
BR–W

GR–G
BR–R
LG–R

BR–Y
W–B

W–B

B–W

W–L

4 6 5 1 3 2
VCP1 VPA1 EP1 VCP2 VPA2 EP2

A13
Accelerator Position Sensor

W–B

B–W

B B

W–B

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Engine Control
BR(∗2) BR
(∗2)
W–B

(∗1)

B B B B
E2 E2 E2
W–B

Turbocharger
Nozzle Motor
T11 M–
Turbocharger Variable

Variable
Nozzle Sensor
M+

T10
2

BR
VNVC(+) VTA1 VNE2(–)

W–B
(∗2)
(∗2)

(∗2)

(∗2)
B

(∗1)

(∗2)

(∗2)
W

W–B
B
3 1 2

B
VSV (EGR Cut Valve)

Swirl Control Valve

(∗2)

(∗2)

(∗2)
W

L
1 2
8 1 5 2 10 3 6 3 A 2 A 2 B

T 1(A), T 2(B)
Throttle Body
+B VNVC VTA1 VNE2 M+ M– GND GND +B E2

Assembly
V2

S9

VNTO VNTI DUTY VTA VC


2 1
9 4 T8 1 A 3 B 1 B
Turbo Motor Driver
B–O

R–B
Y–B
(∗2)

(∗2)

(∗2)

(∗2)

GR
LG

B
R–W

18 C 15 D 10 D 17 D 4 C 29 C
EGRC SCV VNTO VNTI LUSL VLU

E 5(A), E 6(B), E 7(C), E 8(D)


Engine ECU

INJF #1 #2 #3 #4
25 D 24 D 23 D 22 D 21 D
B–W

Y–R
(∗1)

∗ 1 : Shielded
R
B

∗ 2 : 1KD–FTV
∗ 3 : 2KD–FTV
∗ 4 : w/ Inter Cooler

3 EA1 2 EA1
(∗1)

W–B

8 A 1 B 7 B 6 B 3 B 2 B 5 B
W–B BATTERY GND IJf IJt# 1 IJt# 2 IJt# 3 IJt# 4

I 1(A), I 2(B)
B Injector Driver (EDU)
(∗1)

W–B W–B

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BR
BR

(∗1)
(∗2)
(∗2)
R–B

W–B
R–W

5 A
BR BR

COM1
B B
B A
(∗2)
(∗1)

W BR BR

4 A
B B
B A

28 D
E2

INJ# 1
B
1
2
B

2
1
Y–G BR BR

J10
B B
B A

20 D
THIA
F5 (∗4) (∗4)
Fuel Injector (No. 1) I4

B
R–B Inlet Air
Temp. Sensor
(∗1) (Inter Cooler)

Junction Connector

I 1(A), I 2(B)
B
1
2
R

2
1
L–B BR BR
B B
B A

28 C
E2

PIM
PIM
F8 (∗3)

Injector Driver (EDU)


Fuel Injector (No. 4)
G

3 A
3
R–W

INJ# 4
VC

Engine ECU
T9
L–W Turbo

6 A
Pressure

COM2
Sensor

E 5(A), E 6(B), E 7(C), E 8(D)


(∗1)
3

L–Y
EGLS

33 C
P

EGLS
(∗3)

2 A
INJ# 2
E

R–W
E2

VC

1
2
E
E
1
2

C
L R–W BR
B B
B A

J10
(∗3) (∗3)
F6 E2 J 7(A), J 8(B)
BR

Fuel Injector (No. 2) EGR Valve Junction


Position Sensor Connector

C
L–W

(∗1)

Junction Connector
1
2

C
Y
E
E
3
1

R–W R–W BR
18 D
E2

VC
VC

F7
Fuel Injector (No. 3) J6
Junction
L Connector

1 A
2

R–Y

INJ# 3
26 D
PR

PCR1

F9
Fuel Pressure
Sensor
BR
BR
BR

(∗1)
(∗1)
(∗1)
(∗1)
(∗1)
(∗3)

W–B

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Engine Control
BR From Power Source System (See Page 60)

BR

BR
7. 5A 10A 7. 5A
(∗3) IGN STOP ST

22 2S 6 2M 2 2F 3 2O 19 2O

(A/T)
G–B
B–O

B–O

L–Y
3 2
1 ID2
Inlet Air Temp. Sensor (Air Cleaner)

S14 B–Y
Stop
Lamp SW (A/T)
(∗3)
BR

BR

BR

(A/T)
L–Y
4 1

Junction Connector
4 5 D A

G–W

J11(A), J12(B)
R–L
1 1 1
B L
Water Temp.
Fuel Temp.

P
Sensor

Sensor

4 IF3 5 2M F B
W1
F11
I3

N
2 2 2

(M/T)
(A/T)

(A/T)
N1

B–Y

L–Y

L–Y
21 2S Neutral
Start SW
G–B
Y–G

B–O
R–L

R–L
(∗3)

G–W

31 D 29 D 19 D 9 A 14 B 15 B 7 A 6 A
THA THF THW IGSW ST1– STP STA NSW

E 5(A), E 6(B), E 7(C), E 8(D)


Engine ECU

G+ G– E1 NE+ NE– E01 E02


23 C 31 C 7 C 27 D 34 D 7 D 6 D
(∗1)

(∗1)

W–B

W
(∗1)

(∗1)
BR
Y

Y
L

(∗1)

(∗1) E1

(∗1)
1 1 2
Position Sensor

Position Sensor
(∗1)

(∗1)

(∗1)

(∗1)

(∗1)

Crankshaft
Camshaft

I1
A A A A A A A A A A A A
C1

C4

2 3
W–B
(∗1)
L

J 9(A), J10(B) A B A B A B
Junction
Connector
(∗1)
BR

BR

W–B

BR BR

W–B BR

W–B EC

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From Power Source System (See Page 60)

7. 5A
OBD
∗ 1 : Shielded
∗ 3 : 2KD–FTV
∗ 4 : w/ Inter Cooler
∗ 5 : w/ Engine Immobilizer System
14 2D ∗ 6 : w/ Front Cooler

O
T17
A8 Transmission D1
Alternator Control ECU 16 DLC3
BAT

M CAN+ CAN– WFSE SIL TC TAC SG CG


3 21 20 15 7 13 9 5 4

B–W
R–Y

P–B

BR
W
G

G
B 10 2C 22 2Q 21 2Q 6 2O
J6
Junction
Connector
B

9 2C 6 2Q 5 2Q 6 2N 22 2O
(A/T)

(A/T)
G

B–W

B–W
R–Y

P–B
W

8 D 22 B 21 B 19 A 18 A 11 A 4 A
ALT CAN+ CAN– WFSE SIL TC TACH

E 5(A), E 6(B), E 7(C), E 8(D)


Engine ECU A
J23
Junction
18 ID2 Connector
AC1 ACT IMI IMO E0M THWO SPD GIND W
A
18 B 19 B 30 B 29 B 16 A 2 A 17 B 14 A 12 A
W–B

W–B
Y–G

V–R

Y–R

R–B
Y–B
R–L
(∗6)

(∗6)

(∗5)

(∗5)

(∗5)

BR
Y

16 2Q

1 IE1
B–W

32 2Q
R–B R–B
P

14 2 13 12 11 Y–R
AC1 ACT EFIO EFII E0M

V–R

A9 T21
A/C Amplifier Transponder Key ECU

BR

BR BR

IE

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Engine Control
From Power Source System (See Page 60)

7. 5A 7. 5A 10A
MET DOME ECU–IG&GAUGE

1 2D 1 30 2S

R–B
R
8 2J

25 2Q
R
B–O

C 8(A), C 9(B)
21 A 1 A Combination Meter
Speedometer

Tachometer

Temp.
Check Engine

Glow

39 A 40 A 7 A 6 A 4 A 22 A 5 A
V–R

R–B
B–W

P–L
Y–R
R–B

Y
P

16 ID2 15 ID2
R–B
P–L

26 2Q

3 1
B–W

26 2P
R–B
V–R

Y–R S3 2
Speed Sensor

V–R
BR

B A
J22(A), J23(B)
Junction
Connector
P
B B
W–B

BR

ID

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Service Hints
E5 (A), E6 (B), E7 (C), E8 (D) Engine ECU
BATT–E1 : Always 9.0–14.0 volts
+B–E1 : 9.0–14.0 volts (Ignition SW at ON position)
VC, VCPA, VCP2–E2 : 4.5–5.5 volts (Ignition SW at ON position)
STA–E1 : 6.0 volts or more (Engine cranking)
MREL–E1 : 9.0–14.0 volts (Ignition SW at ON position)
0–1.5 volts (More than 10 seconds passed away after the ignition SW was turned to OFF)
IREL–E1 : 0–1.5 volts (Engine idling)
9.0–14.0 volts (Ignition SW at OFF position)
GREL–E1 : 9.0–14.0 volts (Engine cranking)
0–1.5 volts (Engine idling (More than 600 seconds passed away after the engine started to run) )
NE+ –NE– : Pulse generation (Engine idling)
G+ –G– : Pulse generation (Engine idling)
SPD–E1 : Pulse generation (In driving at about 20km/h)
VPA–EPA : 0.5–1.1 volts (Ignition SW on and accelerator pedal fully closed)
3.0–4.6 volts (Ignition SW on and accelerator pedal fully opened)
VPA2–EPA2 : 0.9–2.3 volts (Ignition SW on and accelerator pedal fully closed)
3.4–5.0 volts (Ignition SW on and accelerator pedal fully opened)
STP–E1 : 7.5–14.0 volts (Ignition SW on and brake pedal depressed)
0–1.5 volts (Ignition SW on and brake pedal released)
ST1– –E1 : 0–1.5 volts (Ignition SW on and brake pedal depressed)
7.5–14.0 volts (Ignition SW on and brake pedal released)
PIM–E2 : 1.2–1.6 volts (When a negative pressure of 40 kPA (300 mmhg) is applied)
1.3–1.9 volts (During air release)
3.2–3.8 volts (When a pressure of 69 kPA (0.7 kg/cm3) is applied)
THW–E2 : 0.2–1.0 volts (During warm–up and coolant temp. 60°C, 140°F–120°C, 248°F)
THA–E2 : 0.5–3.4 volts (During warm–up and intake temp. 0°C, 32°F–80°C, 176°F)
THIA–E2 : 0.5–3.4 volts (During warm–up and intake air temp. 0°C, 32°F–80°C, 176°F)
THF–E2 : 0.5–3.4 volts (During cooling with the ignition SW kept at the ON position)
VG–E2 : 0.5–3.4 volts (Engine idling)
PCR1–E2 : 1.3–1.8 volts (Engine idling)
ALT–E1 : Pulse generation (Engine idling)
PCV+ –PCV– : Pulse generation (Engine idling)
#1, #2, #3, #4–E1 : Pulse generation (Engine idling)
INJF–E1 : Pulse generation (Engine idling)
EGR–E1 : 9.0–14.0 volts (Ignition SW at ON position)
: Pulse generation (EGR at ON position (Staying at 1500r/min after warm–up) )
EGLS–E2 : 0.6–1.4 volts (Ignition SW at ON position)
AC1–E1 : 0–1.5 volts (A/C SW on (Magnetic clutch ON) )
7.5–14.0 volts (A/C SW off)
ACT–E1 : 3.5–14.0 volts (Ignition SW at ON position)
0–1.5 volts (During air conditioner’s operation cut
(For 5 seconds during driving at 30km/h or slower at full throttle) )
W–E1 : 0–3.0 volts (Check engine warning light lights up and ignition SW at ON position)
9.0–14.0 volts (Engine idling and except check engine warning light lights up)
GIND–E1 : 0–3.0 volts (Glow indicator light lights up and ignition SW at ON position)
9.0–14.0 volts (Engine idling)
TACH–E1 : Pulse generation (Engine idling)
THWO–E1 : Pulse generation (Engine idling)
TC–E1 : 9.0–14.0 volts (Ignition SW at ON position)
0–3.0 volts (The DLC3 is shorted between the TERMINALS TC and CG)
CAN+ –CAN– : 54.0–69.0 Ω (More than 10 seconds passed away after the ignition SW was turned to OFF)
VNTO–E1 : Pulse generation (Engine idling)
VNTI–E1 : Pulse generation (Engine idling)
NSW–E1 : 0–0.3 volts (Shift position in P or N position)
9–14.0 volts (Other shift position in P or N position)

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