WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM

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POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM
WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS BODY

PARTS LOCATION
HATCHBACK: POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MASTER SWITCH ASSEMBLY

POWER WINDOW REGULATOR SWITCH ASSEMBLY

POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY RH

DLC 3 POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY LH

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POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY (REAR RH)*1

REAR POWER WINDOW REGULATOR SWITCH ASSEMBLY RH *1 REAR POWER WINDOW REGULATOR SWITCH ASSEMBLY LH *1

POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY (REAR LH)*1

*1: 5 DOOR
B143857E01

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WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM

HATCHBACK:

ENGINE ROOM R/B AND J/B

- ECU-B FUSE

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MAIN BODY ECU (INSTRUMENT PANEL J/B)

- PWR RELAY - POWER FUSE - ECU-IG FUSE

B116309E02

WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM
SEDAN: POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MASTER SWITCH ASSEMBLY

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POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY RH

POWER WINDOW REGULATOR SWITCH ASSEMBLY RH

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POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY LH

REAR POWER WINDOW REGULATOR SWITCH ASSEMBLY RH

REAR POWER WINDOW REGULATOR SWITCH ASSEMBLY LH POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY (REAR RH)

POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY (REAR LH)

B143858E01

POWER FUSE .ECU-IG FUSE B142252E02 .PWR RELAY .ECU-B FUSE WS MAIN BODY ECU (INSTRUMENT PANEL J/B) .WS–4 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM SEDAN: ENGINE ROOM R/B AND J/B .

WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM WS–5 SYSTEM DIAGRAM Main Body ECU ECU-IG ECU-B From Ignition Switch From Battery POWER RL DOOR RR DOOR PWR Power Window Regulator Master Switch Power Window Regulator Motor Assembly (Driver Side) Power Window Regulator Motor Assembly (Passenger Side) Power Window Regulator Switch (Passenger Side) Power Window Regulator Motor Assembly (Rear LH)*1 Power Window Regulator Switch (Rear LH)*1 ALT Power Window Regulator Motor Assembly (Rear RH)*1 Power Window Regulator Switch (Rear RH)*1 WS Battery *1: Except 3 Door B143871E02 .

Component Power Window Regulator Master Switch Assembly WS Power Window Regulator Motor Assembly 3. window operation is only possible with master switch 3 Door: Located on passenger side door Except 3 door: Located on passenger side door and rear doors Each regulator switch controls window operations for its respective window Receives switch signals and changes signals into motor activation to change window position 2. Except 3 door: The main controls of this system are: the power window regulator master switch.WS–6 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM SYSTEM DESCRIPTION 1. which are built into the passenger side door and rear doors. and lowers window while pushed halfway down (window stops as soon as switch is released) Other power windows: Function that raises window while power window switch is pulled up. and lowers window while pushed down (window stops as soon as switch is released) Function Manual UP / DOWN function • AUTO DOWN function Function that enables window of driver side door to be fully opened by one full push downward on power window switch 3 Door: Function that allows power window master switch to control manual UP / DOWN operation of passenger side power window Except 3 door: Function that allows power window master switch to control manual UP / DOWN operation of passenger side power window and rear power windows Remote UP / DOWN function . which is built into the passenger side door. which is built into the driver side door. and the power window regulator switch. SYSTEM FUNCTION The power window control system has the following functions. and the power window regulator switches. POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM DESCRIPTION The power window control system controls the power window UP / DOWN function using the regulator motors. Outline • Driver side power window: Function that raises window while power window switch is pulled up. which is built into the driver side door. FUNCTION OF MAIN COMPONENT Outline • • • Power Window Regulator Switch Assembly • • • Controls window operations for all windows When window lock switch is set to lock position. Pressing the regulator switch or either of the switches on the master switch transmits an UP / DOWN signal to the corresponding power window regulator motor. 3 Door: The main controls of this system are: the power window regulator master switch. Pressing the regulator switch or any of the switches on the master switch transmits an UP / DOWN signal to the corresponding power window regulator motor.

WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM Function • Outline WS–7 Window lock function • 3 Door: Function where passenger side power window operation is disabled when window lock switch of master switch is pressed Passenger side power window can be operated when window lock switch is pressed again Except 3 door: Function where passenger side power window and rear power window operation is disabled when window lock switch of master switch is pressed Passenger side power window and rear power windows can be operated when window lock switch is pressed again WS .

NEXT 3 Result PROBLEM SYMPTOMS TABLE Result Proceed to A B WS A Fault is not listed in problem symptoms table Fault is listed in problem symptoms table B Go to step 5 4 OVERALL ANALYSIS AND TROUBLESHOOTING (a) Terminals of ECU (See page WS-9) (b) On-vehicle Inspection (See page WS-12) NEXT 5 NEXT REPAIR OR REPLACE 6 NEXT END CONFIRMATION TEST .WS–8 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM HOW TO PROCEED WITH TROUBLESHOOTING HINT: • Use these procedures to troubleshoot the power window control system. 1 NEXT VEHICLE BROUGHT TO WORKSHOP 2 INSPECT BATTERY VOLTAGE Standard voltage: 11 to 14 V If the voltage is below 11 V. recharge or replace the battery before proceeding.

Power window control system Symptom Remote Up / Down Function does not Operate Suspected area Power window regulator master switch assembly Wire harness Power window regulator master switch assembly Driver Side Power Window does not Operate with Power Window Master Switch Front Passenger Side Power Window does not Operate with Front Passenger Side Power Window Switch Rear Power Window LH does not Operate with Rear Power Window Switch LH* Power window regulator motor assembly (driver side) Wire harness Power window regulator switch assembly (passenger side) Power window regulator motor assembly (passenger side) Wire harness Power window regulator switch assembly (rear LH)* Power window regulator motor assembly (rear LH)* Wire harness Power window regulator switch assembly (rear RH)* Rear Power Window RH does not Operate with Rear Power Window Switch RH* Power window regulator motor assembly (rear RH)* Wire harness ECU-B & POWER fuse ECU-IG fuse Power Windows do not Operate at All Power relay IG1 relay Power window regulator master switch assembly Wire harness See page WS-50 WS-15 WS-50 WS-67 WS-17 WS-57 WS-67 WS-22 WS-62 WS-74 WS-28 WS-62 WS-74 WS-34 WS-43 WS-40 WS-50 WS-40 WS *: Except 3 door . Check each symptom by checking the suspected areas in the order they are listed.WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM WS–9 PROBLEM SYMPTOMS TABLE HINT: • Use the table below to help determine the cause of the problem symptom. Replace parts as necessary. • Inspect the fuses and relays related to the system before inspecting the suspected areas below. The potential causes of the symptoms are listed in order of probability in the "Suspected Area" column of the table.

E (G1-1) P .W-B Below 1 V → 11 to 14 V D (G1-4) .E (G1-1) R.Body ground E (G1-1) .W-B Power window motor DOWN output (driver side) Below 1 V → 11 to 14 V → Below 1 V U (G1-16) .Body ground Terminal Description Ignition power supply Ignition power supply Ground Condition Ignition switch OFF Ignition switch ON Always Specified Condition Below 1 V 11 to 14 V Below 1 Ω WS Standard voltage: Except 3 door Symbols (Terminal No. (c) Reconnect the G1 power window regulator master switch connector. driver side power window fully closed → driver side power window switch DOWN (AUTO operation) → driver side power window fully open Ignition switch ON. Terminal Description Power window motor UP output (driver side) Power window motor DOWN output (driver side) Condition Ignition switch ON.W-B D (G1-4) . driver side power window switch OFF → UP (manual operation) Ignition switch ON. there may be a malfunction on the wire harness side.W-B Below 1 V → 11 to 14 V U (G1-12) .E (G1-1) G .W-B Power window motor UP output (passenger side) Power window motor DOWN output (passenger side) Power window motor UP output (rear LH) Below 1 V → 11 to 14 V D (G1-15) .E (G1-1) Y .E (G1-1) G .W-B Below 1 V → 11 to 14 V .E (G1-1) W .Body ground B (G1-6) . (b) Measure the voltage and resistance of the wire harness side connector. passenger side power window switch OFF → UP Ignition switch ON.Body ground GR . CHECK POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MASTER SWITCH (EXCEPT 3 DOOR) G1 B112771E10 (a) Disconnect the G1 power window regulator master switch connector. driver side power window switch OFF → DOWN (manual operation) Ignition switch ON. (d) Measure the voltage of the connector.) Wiring Color If the result is not as specified. Standard: Except 3 door Symbols (Terminal No.) B (G1-6) .Body ground W-B . passenger side power window switch OFF → DOWN Ignition switch ON.Body ground Wiring Color GR . rear LH side power window switch OFF → UP Specified Condition Below 1 V → 11 to 14 V U (G1-3) .WS–10 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM TERMINALS OF ECU 1.

W-B D (G1-12) .Body ground W-B .E (G1-1) Wiring Color B .Body ground GR .) B (G1-15) .) Wiring Color Terminal Description Power window motor UP output (driver side) Power window motor DOWN output (driver side) Condition Ignition switch ON. (e) Check the AUTO light illumination.Body ground Terminal Description Ignition power supply Ignition power supply Ground Condition Ignition switch OFF Ignition switch ON Always Specified Condition Below 1 V 11 to 14 V Below 1 Ω WS If the result is not as specified.E (G1-1) G . (d) Measure the voltage of the connector.E (G1-7) R . (c) Reconnect the G1 power window regulator master switch connector. If the result is not as specified.WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM Symbols (Terminal No. driver side power window switch OFF → DOWN (manual operation) Specified Condition Below 1 V → 11 to 14 V U (G1-10) . check that the AUTO light illuminates (green). there may be a malfunction on the wire harness side. (b) Measure the voltage and resistance of the wire harness side connector.W-B Below 1 V → 11 to 14 V .E (G1-7) G . the master switch may have a malfunction. rear RH side power window switch OFF → DOWN WS–11 Specified Condition Below 1 V → 11 to 14 V U (G1-10) . rear RH side power window switch OFF → UP Ignition switch ON.W-B Below 1 V → 11 to 14 V 2. Standard voltage: 3 Door Symbols (Terminal No.Body ground Wiring Color GR . CHECK POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MASTER SWITCH (3 DOOR) G1 B112771E10 (a) Disconnect the G1 power window regulator master switch connector. rear LH side power window switch OFF → DOWN Ignition switch ON.W-B Terminal Description Power window motor DOWN output (rear LH) Power window motor UP output (rear RH) Power window motor DOWN output (rear RH) Condition Ignition switch ON.W-B Below 1 V → 11 to 14 V D (G1-18) . (1) After turning the ignition switch ON.Body ground E (G1-7) . Standard: 3 Door Symbols (Terminal No. driver side power window switch OFF → UP (manual operation) Ignition switch ON.) D (G1-13) .E (G1-1) R .Body ground B (G1-15) .

W-B Power window motor DOWN output (driver side) Below 1 V → 11 to 14 V → Below 1 V U (G1-16) .E (G1-7) W . (1) After turning the ignition switch ON.Body ground L .Body ground W . power window switch OFF → DOWN Ignition switch ON.WS–12 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM Wiring Color Terminal Description Condition Ignition switch ON. the master switch may have a malfunction. check that the AUTO light illuminates (green). power window switch OFF → UP Ignition switch ON.Body ground G . If the result is not as specified. there may be a malfunction on the wire harness side.Body ground P .Body ground Wiring Color L . CHECK POWER WINDOW SWITCH (PASSENGER SIDE) F1 WS B111212E02 (a) Disconnect the F1 power window switch connector.Body ground B (F1-3) . driver side power window fully closed → driver side power window switch DOWN (AUTO operation) → driver side power window fully open Ignition switch ON. passenger side power window switch OFF → UP Ignition switch ON.Body ground R . (e) Check the AUTO light illumination. passenger side power window switch OFF → DOWN Specified Condition Symbols (Terminal No.Body ground Below 1 V → 11 to 14 V Below 1 V → 11 to 14 V Below 1 V → 11 to 14 V U (F1-4) .W-B Below 1 V → 11 to 14 V 3.Body ground SU (F1-5) .Body ground D (F1-1) . Standard voltage: Symbols (Terminal No. . (c) Reconnect the F1 power window switch connector.Body ground Terminal Description Ignition power supply Ignition power supply Power window motor DOWN output Power window motor DOWN input (Remote) Power window motor UP output Power window motor UP input (Remote) Condition Ignition switch OFF Ignition switch ON Ignition switch ON.) D (G1-12) .E (G1-7) G .W-B Power window motor UP output (passenger side) Power window motor DOWN output (passenger side) Below 1 V → 11 to 14 V D (G1-18) . power window master switch OFF → DOWN (Remote) Ignition switch ON. power window master switch OFF → UP (Remote) Specified Condition Below 1 V 11 to 14 V Below 1 V → 11 to 14 V SD (F1-2) .) B (F1-3) . (b) Measure the voltage of the wire harness side connector.Body ground If the result is not as specified.E (G1-7) P .

(b) Measure the voltage of the wire harness side connector. power window switch OFF → DOWN Ignition switch ON. ON-VEHICLE INSPECTION 1. CHECK POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MASTER SWITCH (WINDOW LOCK SWITCH) (a) 3 Door: Check that the passenger side power window cannot be operated when the window lock switch of the power window regulator master switch is pressed.) B (3) .Body ground B (3) . Except 3 door: B141161 . (b) 3 Door: Check that the passenger side power window can be operated when the window lock switch is pressed again.Body ground R .Body ground B . (c) Reconnect the I1 and H1 power window switch connectors.Body ground Terminal Description Ignition power supply Ignition power supply Power window motor UP output Power window motor DOWN output Power window motor UP intput (Remote) Power window motor DOWN input (Remote) Condition Ignition switch OFF Ignition switch ON Ignition switch ON.WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM WS–13 4.Body ground Y . power window master switch OFF → UP (Remote) Ignition switch ON. Standard voltage: Symbols (Terminal No.Body ground U (4) .Body ground G . Except 3 door: Check that the passenger side power window and rear windows cannot be operated when the window lock switch of the power window regulator master switch is pressed. CHECK POWER WINDOW SWITCH (REAR DOOR SIDE) I1 *1 H1 *2 5 4 3 2 1 *1: Rear LH Side *2: Rear RH Side B116303E01 (a) Disconnect the I1 and H1 power window switch connectors.Body ground SU (5) . power window master switch OFF → DOWN (Remote) Specified Condition Below 1 V 11 to 14 V Below 1 V → 11 to 14 V Below 1 V → 11 to 14 V D (2) .Body ground SB .Body ground Below 1 V → 11 to 14 V WS SD (1) . power window switch OFF → UP Ignition switch ON.Body ground Wiring Color SB . there may be a malfunction on the wire harness side.Body ground Below 1 V → 11 to 14 V If the result is not as specified.

WS–14 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM Check that the passenger side power window and rear windows can be operated when the window lock switch is pressed again. CHECK MANUAL UP / DOWN FUNCTION (a) Check that the driver side power window operates as follows: Switch Operation Pulled up Pushed halfway down Power Window UP (closes) DOWN (opens) OK: Condition Ignition switch ON Ignition switch ON Master Switch Driver side Driver side (b) Check that the passenger side power window operates as follows: OK: Condition • • • • Ignition switch ON Window lock switch OFF Ignition switch ON Window lock switch OFF Regulator Switch Passenger side Passenger side Switch Operation Pulled up Pushed down Power Window UP (closes) DOWN (opens) (c) Except 3 door: Check that the rear LH power window operates as follows: OK: Condition • • Ignition switch ON Window lock switch OFF Ignition switch ON Window lock switch OFF Regulator Switch Rear LH Rear LH Switch Operation Pulled up Pushed down Power Window UP (closes) DOWN (opens) WS • • (d) Except 3 door: Check that the rear RH power window operates as follows: OK: Condition • • • • Ignition switch ON Window lock switch OFF Ignition switch ON Window lock switch OFF Regulator Switch Rear RH Rear RH Switch Operation Pulled up Pushed down Power Window UP (closes) DOWN (opens) 3. CHECK REMOTE UP / DOWN FUNCTION (a) Check that the passenger side power window operates as follows: Switch Operation Pulled up Pushed down Power Window UP (closes) DOWN (opens) OK: Condition • • • • Ignition switch ON Window lock switch OFF Ignition switch ON Window lock switch OFF Master Switch Passenger side Passenger side . CHECK AUTO DOWN FUNCTION (a) Check that the driver side power window operates as follows: Switch Operation Fully pushed down Power Window AUTO DOWN (fully opens) OK: Condition Ignition switch ON Master Switch Driver side 4. 2.

(c) Wait until 60 seconds have passed since the switch was released in the first step. CHECK PTC OPERATION HINT: PTC operation is a function that prevents overloading of the power window regulator by stopping the motor.WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM WS–15 (b) Except 3 door: Check that the rear LH power window operates as follows: OK: Condition • • • • Ignition switch ON Window lock switch OFF Ignition switch ON Window lock switch OFF Master Switch Rear LH Rear LH Switch Operation Pulled up Pushed down Power Window UP (closes) DOWN (opens) (c) Except 3 door: Check that the rear RH power window operates as follows: OK: Condition • • • • Ignition switch ON Window lock switch OFF Ignition switch ON Window lock switch OFF Master Switch Rear RH Rear RH Switch Operation Pulled up Pushed down Power Window UP (closes) DOWN (opens) 5. (b) Check that pressing the switch does not move the window. (a) Pull up and hold the power window regulator switch for more than 90 seconds. Then release the switch. WS . Check that pressing the switch results in normal window movement. PTC operation activates when the power window regulator switch is operated for a predetermined amount of time.

WS–16 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM Remote Up / Down Function does not Operate DESCRIPTION 3 Door: With the ignition switch ON. Then. the power window regulator master switch transmits remote switch signals to the regulator switch of the passenger door power window. Then. each regulator switch drives its respective power window regulator motor. WIRING DIAGRAM Power Window Regulator Master Switch Assembly Power Window Regulator Switch Assembly (Passenger Side) U D WS Power Window Regulator Switch Assembly (Rear LH*) U D Power Window Regulator Switch Assembly (Rear RH*) U D From Battery B To Body Ground *: Except 3 door E B107966E14 . Except 3 door: With the ignition switch ON. the regulator switch drives the passenger power window regulator motor. the power window regulator master switch transmits remote switch signals to the regulator switches of the passenger door power window and rear door power windows.

Except 3 door: Check that the passenger door power window and rear door power window manual UP / DOWN function operates normally. NG Go to step 2 B141161 OK END 2 CHECK MANUAL UP / DOWN FUNCTION (a) 3 Door: Check that the passenger door power window manual UP / DOWN function operates normally.WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM WS–17 INSPECTION PROCEDURE 1 CHECK POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MASTER SWITCH ASSEMBLY (a) Turn the window lock switch OFF and operate the switches on the master switch. OK: Manual UP / DOWN function operates normally. Check that the remote UP / DOWN function operates normally. NG OTHER PROBLEM WS OK REPLACE POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MASTER SWITCH ASSEMBLY . OK: Remote UP / DOWN function operates normally.

power window regulator motor or wire harness. WIRING DIAGRAM G1 Power Window Regulator Master Switch Assembly G4 Power Window Regulator Motor Assembly (Driver Side) 1 2 12 *1 4 *2 10 *1 D U 3 *2 From PWR Relay POWER *1: 3 Door To Body Ground 15 *1 6 *2 B 7 *1 1 *2 WS E *2: Except 3 Door B116304E04 . a malfunction may exist in the power window regulator master switch.WS–18 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM Driver Side Power Window does not Operate with Power Window Master Switch DESCRIPTION If the manual UP / DOWN and AUTO DOWN functions do not operate.

Power Window Regulator Master Switch: Driver Switch E AU TO U B Y WS B118051E06 D Standard resistance Window Lock Switch Condition Always (ON / OFF) Always (ON / OFF) Always (ON / OFF) Always (ON / OFF) Power Window Switch Condition UP OFF DOWN AUTO DOWN Tester Connection 7 (E) .15 (B) 7 (E) . (2) Measure the resistance of the switch when the switch is operated.10 (U) 12 (D) . .10 (U) 7 (E) . (1) Remove the power window regulator master switch assembly.12 (D) 7 (E) .15 (B) Specified Condition Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω (3) Reinstall the power window regulator master switch assembly.10 (U) 12 (D) .12 (D) 10 (U) .WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM WS–19 INSPECTION PROCEDURE 1 INSPECT POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MASTER SWITCH ASSEMBLY (DRIVER SWITCH) (a) 3 Door: Inspect the driver switch.15 (B) 7 (E) .

4 (D) 3 (U) .3 (U) 6 (B) .3 (U) 6 (B) .MOTOR (DRIVER SIDE)) (a) Disconnect the G1 power window regulator master switch assembly connector. (2) Measure the resistance of the switch when the switch is operated. .4 (D) 1 (E) .4 (D) 1 (E) .4 (D) Specified Condition Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω (3) Reinstall the power window regulator master switch assembly. NG OK REPLACE POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MASTER SWITCH ASSEMBLY 2 CHECK HARNESS AND CONNECTOR (MASTER SWITCH .WS–20 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM Power Window Regulator Master Switch: (b) Except 3 door: Inspect the driver switch. Driver Switch AU TO B D U E B107909E09 WS Standard resistance Window Lock Switch Condition Always (ON / OFF) Always (ON / OFF) Always (ON / OFF) Always (ON / OFF) Power Window Switch Condition UP OFF DOWN AUTO DOWN Tester Connection 1 (E) . (1) Remove the power window regulator master switch assembly.6 (B) 1 (E) .3 (U) 1 (E) .

G4-1 G1-10 (U) . Standard resistance: 3 Door Tester Connection G1-12 (D) .WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM WS–21 Wire Harness Side: Power Window Regulator Master Switch Assembly Connector G1 *1 Power Window Regulator Master Switch Assembly Connector Power Window Regulator Motor Assembly Connector (Driver Side) G4 G1 D *2 D Front View *1: 3 Door U U Front View *2: Except 3 Door Front View B116226E04 (b) Disconnect the G4 power window regulator motor assembly connector.Body ground Specified Condition Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω 10 kΩ or higher 10 kΩ or higher (d) Reconnect the G1 power window regulator master switch assembly connector.Body ground Specified Condition Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω 10 kΩ or higher 10 kΩ or higher WS Except 3 door Tester Connection G1-4 (D) .G4-2 G1-4 (D) or G4-1 . (e) Reconnect the G4 power window regulator motor assembly connector.G4-1 G1-3 (U) .Body ground G1-3 (U) or G4-2 . NG OK REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR CONNECTOR . (c) Measure the resistance of the wire harness side connectors.Body ground G1-10 (U) or G4-2 .G4-2 G1-12 (D) or G4-1 .

NOTICE: Do not apply battery voltage to any terminals except terminals 1 and 2.WS–22 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM 3 INSPECT POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY (DRIVER SIDE) Counterclockwise Clockwise Motor Gear (a) Remove the power window regulator motor assembly. (b) Apply battery voltage to connector terminals 1 and 2. (c) Check that the motor gear rotates smoothly as follows. OK Measurement Condition Specified Condition Motor gear rotates counterclockwise Motor gear rotates clockwise Battery positive (+) → 1 Battery negative (-) → 2 Battery positive (+) → 2 Battery negative (-) → 1 B086401E01 (d) Reinstall the power window regulator motor assembly NG OK GO TO POWER WINDOWS DO NOT OPERATE AT ALL REPLACE POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY (DRIVER SIDE) WS .

WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM WS–23 Front Passenger Side Power Window does not Operate with Front Passenger Side Power Window Switch DESCRIPTION If the passenger side manual UP / DOWN function does not operate. power window regulator master switch or wire harness. WIRING DIAGRAM F1 Power Window Regulator Switch Assembly (Passenger Side) F4 Power Window Regulator Motor Assembly (Passenger Side) 2 1 4 1 G1 Power Window Regulator Master Switch Assembly From PWR Relay POWER 3 WS U D 16 18*1 15*2 5 2 B E 15*1 6*2 *1: 3 door 7*1 1*2 To Body Ground *2: Except 3 door B148199E01 . a malfunction may exist in the power window regulator motor. power window regulator switch.

Standard voltage Tester Connection F1-3 . .WS–24 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM INSPECTION PROCEDURE 1 CHECK POWER WINDOW REGULATOR SWITCH ASSEMBLY (PASSENGER SIDE) (POWER SOURCE) (a) Disconnect the F1 power window regulator switch assembly connector. Standard resistance Tester Connection 3-4 2-1 5-4 2-1 5-4 3-1 Switch Condition UP OFF DOWN Specified Condition Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω WS Component Side: (c) Reinstall the power window regulator switch assembly. (b) Measure the resistance of the switch when the switch is operated. (b) Measure the voltage of the wire harness side connector.MOTOR (PASSENGER SIDE)) (a) Disconnect the F1 power window regulator switch assembly connector.Body ground Condition Ignition switch ON Specified Condition 11 to 14 V Wire Harness Side: Power Window Regulator Switch Assembly Connector (Passenger Side) F1 (c) Reconnect the F1 power window regulator switch assembly connector. NG B107881E01 REPLACE POWER WINDOW REGULATOR SWITCH ASSEMBLY (PASSENGER SIDE) OK 3 CHECK HARNESS AND CONNECTOR (SWITCH (PASSENGER SIDE) . NG REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR CONNECTOR Front View B107969E07 OK 2 INSPECT POWER WINDOW REGULATOR SWITCH ASSEMBLY (PASSENGER SIDE) (a) Remove the power window regulator switch assembly.

(c) Measure the resistance of the wire harness side connectors.WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM WS–25 Wire Harness Side: Power Window Regulator Switch Assembly Connector (Passenger Side) Power Window Regulator Motor Assembly Connector (Passenger Side) F1 F4 Front View Front View B111941E03 (b) Disconnect the F4 power window regulator motor assembly connector.Body ground F1-4 or F4-2 . (e) Reconnect the F4 power window regulator motor assembly connector.F4-2 F1-1 or F4-1 . OK Measurement Condition B086400E01 Counterclockwise Specified Condition Motor gear rotates clockwise Motor gear rotates counterclockwise Battery positive (+) → 1 Battery negative (-) → 2 Battery positive (+) → 2 Battery negative (-) → 1 (d) Reinstall the power window regulator motor assembly. NG OK REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR CONNECTOR WS 4 INSPECT POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY (PASSENGER SIDE) Motor Gear Clockwise (a) Remove the power window regulator motor assembly.F4-1 F1-4 . (c) Check that the motor gear rotates smoothly as follows. (b) Apply battery voltage to connector terminals 1 and 2. . NOTICE: Do not apply battery voltage to any terminals except terminals 1 and 2. Standard resistance Tester Connection F1-1 .Body ground Specified Condition Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω 10 kΩ or higher 10 kΩ or higher (d) Reconnect the F1 power window regulator switch assembly connector.

F1-2 G1-16 (U) or F1-5 .Body ground G1-18 (D) or F1-2 .F1-5 G1-15 (D) .F1-5 G1-18 (D) .Body ground Specified Condition Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω 10 kΩ or higher 10 kΩ or higher Except 3 door Tester Connection G1-16 (U) .F1-2 G1-16 (U) or F1-5 . NG REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR CONNECTOR . (c) Measure the resistance of the wire harness side connectors.SWITCH (PASSENGER SIDE)) (a) Disconnect the G1 power window regulator master switch assembly connector.Body ground Specified Condition Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω 10 kΩ or higher 10 kΩ or higher (d) Reconnect the G1 power window regulator master switch assembly connector.WS–26 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM NG OK REPLACE POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY (PASSENGER SIDE) 5 CHECK HARNESS AND CONNECTOR (MASTER SWITCH . (e) Reconnect the F1 power window regulator switch assembly connector. Standard resistance: 3 Door Tester Connection G1-16 (U) . Wire Harness Side: Power Window Regulator Switch Assembly Connector (Passenger Side) Power Window Regulator Master Switch Assembly Connector *1 Power Window Regulator Master Switch Assembly Connector G1 G1 *2 F1 D Front View U D Front View U *1: 3 Door *2: Except 3 Door Front View B116290E04 WS (b) Disconnect the F1 power window regulator switch assembly connector.Body ground G1-15 (D) or F1-2 .

18 (D) 7 (E) . Power Window Regulator Master Switch: AU TO Front Passenger Switch E D U Y WS B B118051E04 Standard resistance Window Lock Switch Condition OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON Power Window Switch Condition UP OFF DOWN UP OFF DOWN Tester Connection 7 (E) .15 (B) 16 (U) . (1) Remove the power window regulator master switch. (2) Measure the resistance of the switch when the switch is operated.16 (U) 7 (E) .18 (D) 16 (U) .18 (D) 7 (E) .18 (D) Specified Condition Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω 10 kΩ or higher Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω 10 kΩ or higher Below 1 Ω (3) Reinstall the power window master switch.16 (U) 15 (B) .15 (B) 7 (E) .18 (D) 7 (E) .16 (U) 15 (B) .18 (D) 16 (U) . .WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM WS–27 OK 6 INSPECT POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MASTER SWITCH ASSEMBLY (FRONT PASSENGER SWITCH) (a) 3 Door: Inspect the front passenger switch.

16 (U) 6 (B) .WS–28 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM Power Window Regulator Master Switch: FrontPassenger Switch (b) Except 3 door: Inspect the front passenger switch.15 (D) Specified Condition Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω 10 kΩ or higher Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω 10 kΩ or higher Below 1 Ω (3) Reinstall the power window regulator master switch.15 (D) 1 (E) .16 (U) 1 (E) .15 (D) 6 (B) . (2) Measure the resistance of the switch when the switch is operated. (1) Remove the power window regulator master switch.15 (D) 1 (E) . B AU TO E U D B107909E10 WS Standard resistance Window Lock Switch Condition OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON Power Window Switch Condition UP OFF DOWN UP OFF DOWN Tester Connection 1 (E) .16 (U) 6 (B) .15 (D) 6 (B) . NG OK GO TO POWER WINDOWS DO NOT OPERATE AT ALL REPLACE POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MASTER SWITCH ASSEMBLY .16 (U) 15 (D) .16 (U) 1 (E) .16 (U) 1 (E) .

WIRING DIAGRAM I2 Power Window Regulator Motor Assembly (Rear LH Side) I1 Power Window Regulator Switch Assembly (Rear LH Side) 1 2 4 2 G1 Power Window Regulator Master Switch Assembly From PWR Relay RL DOOR 3 WS U D 12 13 5 1 B E 6 1 From POWER Fuse To Body Ground B128294E01 . power window regulator switch. power window regulator master switch or wire harness. a malfunction may exist in the power window regulator motor.WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM WS–29 Rear Power Window LH does not Operate with Rear Power Window Switch LH DESCRIPTION If the rear LH side manual UP / DOWN function does not operate.

Body ground Condition Ignition switch ON Specified Condition 11 to 14 V Wire Harness Side: Power Window Regulator Switch Assembly Connector (Rear LH) I1 (c) Reconnect the I1 power window regulator switch assembly connector.MOTOR (REAR LH)) (a) Disconnect the I1 power window regulator switch assembly connector. Standard voltage Tester Connection I1-3 . (b) Measure the resistance of the switch when the switch is operated.WS–30 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM INSPECTION PROCEDURE 1 CHECK POWER WINDOW REGULATOR SWITCH ASSEMBLY (REAR LH) (POWER SOURCE) (a) Disconnect the I1 power window regulator switch assembly connector. NG REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR CONNECTOR 1 2 3 4 5 Front View B116300E01 OK 2 INSPECT POWER WINDOW REGULATOR SWITCH ASSEMBLY (REAR LH) (a) Remove the power window regulator switch assembly. (b) Measure the voltage of the wire harness side connector. Standard resistance Tester Connection Switch Condition UP OFF DOWN Specified Condition Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω 1-2 3-4 4-5 1-2 B116301E02 WS Component Side: Power Window Regulator Switch Assembly 5 4 3 2 1 2-3 4-5 (c) Reinstall the power window regulator switch assembly. NG OK REPLACE POWER WINDOW REGULATOR SWITCH ASSEMBLY (REAR LH) 3 CHECK HARNESS AND CONNECTOR (SWITCH (REAR LH) . .

I2-1 I1-2 . OK Measurement Condition Battery positive (+) → 1 Battery negative (-) → 2 Specified Condition Motor gear rotates clockwise Motor gear rotates counterclockwise Counterclockwise B086400E01 Battery positive (+) → 2 Battery negative (-) → 1 (d) Reinstall the power window regulator motor assembly.Body ground I1-2 or I2-2 . (b) Apply battery voltage to connector terminals 1 and 2. (e) Reconnect the I2 power window regulator motor assembly connector. (c) Check that the motor gear rotates smoothly as follows.Body ground Specified Condition Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω 10 kΩ or higher 10 kΩ or higher (d) Reconnect the I1 power window regulator switch assembly connector. Standard resistance Tester Connection I1-4 . NG OK REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR CONNECTOR WS 4 INSPECT POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY (REAR LH) Motor Gear Clockwise (a) Remove the power window regulator motor assembly.WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM WS–31 Wire Harness Side: Power Window Regulator Switch Assembly Connector (Rear LH) Power Window Regulator Motor Assembly Connector (Rear LH) I2 I1 1 2 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 3 Front View Front View B116306E03 (b) Disconnect the I2 power window regulator motor assembly connector. (c) Measure the resistance of the wire harness side connectors.I2-2 I1-4 or I2-1 . NG REPLACE POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY (REAR LH) .

WS–32 OK WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM 5 CHECK HARNESS AND CONNECTOR (MASTER SWITCH . (c) Measure the resistance of the wire harness side connectors.Body ground G1-13 (D) or I1-1 . NG OK REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR CONNECTOR .I1-1 G1-12 (U) or I1-5 .Body ground Specified Condition Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω 10 kΩ or higher 10 kΩ or higher (d) Reconnect the G1 power window regulator master switch assembly connector.SWITCH (REAR LH)) (a) Disconnect the G1 power window regulator master switch assembly connector. (e) Reconnect the I1 power window regulator switch assembly connector. Standard resistance Tester Connection G1-12 (U) . Wire Harness Side: Power Window Regulator Master Switch Assembly Connector G1 Power Window Regulator Switch Assembly Connector (Rear LH) I1 1 2 3 4 5 U Front View D Front View B116307E06 WS (b) Disconnect the I1 power widow regulator switch assembly connector.I1-5 G1-13 (D) .

12 (U) 1 (E) .13 (D) 6 (B) .WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM WS–33 6 INSPECT POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MASTER SWITCH ASSEMBLY (REAR LH SWITCH) (a) Inspect the rear LH switch. (2) Measure the resistance of the switch when the switch is operated.12 (U) 12 (U) .13 (D) 1 (E) .13 (D) Specified Condition Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω 10 kΩ or higher Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω 10 kΩ or higher Below 1 Ω (b) Reinstall the power window regulator master switch assembly.12 (U) 1 (E) .13 (D) 1 (E) .12 (U) 6 (B) . Power Window Regulator Master Switch: Rear LH Side Switch B AU TO E WS D U B107909E11 Standard resistance Window Lock Switch Condition OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON Power Window Switch Condition UP OFF DOWN UP OFF DOWN Tester Connection 1 (E) .13 (D) 6 (B) .13 (D) 1 (E) .12 (U) 6 (B) . (1) Remove the power window regulator master switch assembly. NG REPLACE POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MASTER SWITCH ASSEMBLY .

WS–34 OK WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM GO TO POWER WINDOWS DO NOT OPERATE AT ALL WS .

power window regulator switch.WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM WS–35 Rear Power Window RH does not Operate with Rear Power Window Switch RH DESCRIPTION If the rear RH side manual UP / DOWN function does not operate. power window regulator master switch or wire harness. a malfunction may exist in the power window regulator motor. WIRING DIAGRAM H2 Power Window Regulator Motor Assembly (Rear RH Side) H1 Power Window Regulator Switch Assembly (Rear RH Side) 1 2 4 2 G1 Power Window Regulator Master Switch Assembly From PWR Relay RR DOOR 3 WS U D 10 18 5 1 B E 6 1 From POWER Fuse To Body Ground B128294E02 .

NG REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR CONNECTOR 1 2 3 4 5 Front View B116300E03 OK 2 INSPECT POWER WINDOW REGULATOR SWITCH ASSEMBLY (REAR RH) (a) Remove the power window regulator switch assembly.WS–36 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM INSPECTION PROCEDURE 1 CHECK POWER WINDOW REGULATOR SWITCH ASSEMBLY (REAR RH) (POWER SOURCE) (a) Disconnect the H1 power window regulator switch assembly connector.MOTOR (REAR RH)) (a) Disconnect the H1 power window regulator switch assembly connector. Standard voltage Tester Connection H1-3 . (b) Measure the resistance of the switch when the switch is operated. (b) Measure the voltage of the wire harness side connector. Standard resistance Tester Connection Switch Condition UP OFF DOWN Specified Condition Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω 1-2 3-4 1-2 4-5 B116301E02 WS Component Side: Power Window Regulator Switch Assembly 5 4 3 2 1 2-3 4-5 (c) Reinstall the power window regulator switch assembly. NG OK REPLACE POWER WINDOW REGULATOR SWITCH ASSEMBLY (REAR RH) 3 CHECK HARNESS AND CONNECTOR (SWITCH (REAR RH) .Body ground Condition Ignition switch ON Specified Condition 11 to 14 V Wire Harness Side: Power Window Regulator Switch Assembly Connector (Rear RH) H1 (c) Reconnect the H1 power window regulator switch assembly connector. .

(c) Check that the motor gear rotates smoothly as follows. (e) Reconnect the H2 power window regulator motor assembly connector.WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM WS–37 Wire Harness Side: Power Window Regulator Switch Assembly Connector (Rear RH) Power Window Regulator Motor Assembly Connector (Rear RH) H2 H1 1 2 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 3 Front View Front View B116306E02 (b) Disconnect the H2 power window regulator motor assembly connector. NG OK REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR CONNECTOR WS 4 INSPECT POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY (REAR RH) Counterclockwise Clockwise Motor Gear (a) Remove the power window regulator motor assembly.H2-1 H1-2 .Body ground H1-2 or H2-2 . (b) Apply battery voltage to connector terminals 1 and 2. (c) Measure the resistance of the wire harness side connectors. Standard resistance Tester Connection H1-4 . NG REPLACE POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY (REAR RH) .Body ground Specified Condition Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω 10 kΩ or higher 10 kΩ or higher (d) Reconnect the H1 power window regulator switch assembly connector. OK Measurement Condition Battery positive (+) → 1 Battery negative (-) → 2 Battery positive (+) → 2 Battery negative (-) → 1 Specified Condition Motor gear rotates counterclockwise Motor gear rotates clockwise B086401E01 (d) Reinstall the power window regulator motor assembly .H2-2 H1-4 or H2-1 .

H1-5 G1-18 (D) . (c) Measure the resistance of the wire harness side connectors.Body ground G1-18 (D) or H1-1 . (e) Reconnect the H1 power window regulator switch assembly connector. NG OK REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR CONNECTOR . Wire Harness Side: Power Window Regulator Master Switch Assembly Connector G1 G1 Power Window Regulator Switch Assembly Connector (Rear RH) H1 H1 1 2 3 4 5 U Front View D Front View B116307E08 WS (b) Disconnect the H1 power window regulator switch assembly connector.WS–38 OK WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM 5 CHECK HARNESS AND CONNECTOR (MASTER SWITCH .H1-1 G1-10 (U) or H1-5 .SWITCH (REAR RH)) (a) Disconnect the G1 power window regulator master switch assembly connector.Body ground Specified Condition Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω 10 kΩ or higher 10 kΩ or higher (d) Reconnect the G1 power window regulator master switch assembly connector. Standard resistance Tester Connection G1-10 (U) .

18 (D) 1 (E) .18 (D) 1 (E) .10 (U) 6 (B) . (1) Remove the power window regulator master switch assembly.10 (U) 10 (U) .18 (D) 6 (B) .WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM WS–39 6 INSPECT POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MASTER SWITCH ASSEMBLY (REAR RH SWITCH) (a) Inspect the rear RH switch. (2) Measure the resistance of the switch when the switch is operated.18 (D) 6 (B) .10 (U) 6 (B) .18 (D) 1 (E) . NG REPLACE POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MASTER SWITCH ASSEMBLY . Power Window Regulator Master Switch: AU TO Rear RH Side Switch B E D U WS B107909E12 Standard resistance Window Lock Switch Condition OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON Power Window Switch Condition UP OFF DOWN UP OFF DOWN Tester Connection 1 (E) .10 (U) 1 (E) .18 (D) Specified Condition Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω 10 kΩ or higher Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω 10 kΩ or higher Below 1 Ω (3) Reinstall the power window regulator master switch assembly.10 (U) 1 (E) .

WS–40 OK WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM GO TO POWER WINDOWS DO NOT OPERATE AT ALL WS .

WIRING DIAGRAM G1 Power Window Regulator Master Switch Assembly Main Body ECU From Ignition Switch PWR ECU-IG IG PWS BECU POWER 15*1 6*2 B ECU-B 7*1 1*2 E MAIN ALT WS Battery *1: 3 Door *2: Except 3 Door B119964E03 .WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM WS–41 Power Windows do not Operate at All DESCRIPTION If none of the power windows operates. the power window regulator master switch may have no power or may be malfunctioning.

(b) Remove the ECU-IG fuse from the main body ECU. ECU-IG) (a) Remove the ECU-B fuse from the engine room relay block.WS–42 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM INSPECTION PROCEDURE 1 INSPECT FUSES (ECU-B. (c) Measure the resistance. Standard resistance: Below 1Ω (d) Reinstall the fuses. NG REPLACE FUSE Engine Room R/B: ECU-B Main Body ECU: WS ECU-IG B128295E01 OK .

Body ground E*2 *1: 3 Door *2: Except 3 Door B119966E05 (c) Measure the resistance of the wire harness side connector.Body ground Ignition Switch Conditions ON Specified Conditions 11 to 14 V Components Side: Main Body ECU (Rear View) (d) Reinstall the POWER fuse . Standard voltage: 3 Door Tester Connection G1-15 (B).Body ground Specified Condition Below 1 Ω Standard resistance: Except 3 door .Body ground Condition Ignition switch ON Specified Condition 11 to 14 V Wire Harness Side: Power Window Regulator Master Switch G1 Front View B*2 E*1 B*1 Standard voltage: Except 3 door Tester Connection Condition Ignition switch ON Specified Condition 11 to 14 V G1-6 (B). NG REPLACE MAIN BODY ECU (PWR RELAY) POWER fuse B119965E01 OK WS 3 CHECK HARNESS AND CONNECTOR (POWER WINDOW MASTER SWITCH . (c) Measure the voltage between the POWER fuse terminal of the main body ECU and body ground. Standard resistance: 3 Door Tester Connection G1-7 (E). (b) Measure the voltage of the wire harness side connector. Standard voltage Tester Connections POWER fuse terminal (1) .WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM WS–43 2 INSPECT MAIN BODY ECU (PWR RELAY) (a) Remove the POWER fuse from the main body ECU. (b) Turn the ignition switch to ON.BATTERY AND BODY GROUND) (a) Disconnect the G1 power window regulator master switch assembly connector.

Body ground Specified Condition Below 1 Ω (d) Reconnect the G1 power window regulator master switch assembly connector. NG OK REPLACE POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MASTER SWITCH ASSEMBLY REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR CONNECTOR WS .WS–44 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM Tester Connection G1-1 (E).

WS–44 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS BODY WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW MASTER SWITCH (for Sedan) POWER WINDOW MASTER SWITCH (for Sedan) COMPONENTS WS FRONT ARMREST BASE UPPER PANEL POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MASTER SWITCH ASSEMBLY x3 B140692E04 .

2. DISCONNECT CABLE FROM NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL REMOVE FRONT ARMREST BASE UPPER PANEL (See page ED-9) REMOVE POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MASTER SWITCH ASSEMBLY (a) Remove the 3 screws and the power window regulator master switch. INSPECT POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MASTER SWITCH ASSEMBLY (a) Check the resistance.3 (U) 1 (E) .3 (U) 1 (E) .4 (D) 1 (E) . Standard Resistance: Driver switch Driver Switch Rear RH Side Switch D *1 WS Rear LH Side Switch D *3 D D *2 B U *1 E U *4 *4 U *2 *1 U *3 *3 : Driver Side : Passenger Side : Rear LH Side : Rear RH Side B107909E13 *2 *4 Window Lock Switch Condition Always (ON / OFF) Always (ON / OFF) Always (ON / OFF) Always (ON / OFF) Power Window Switch Condition UP OFF DOWN MANUAL DOWN AUTO Tester Connection 3 (U) . (1) Using an ohmmeter.6 (B) Specified Condition Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω . 3.4 (D) 4 (D) .WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW MASTER SWITCH (for Sedan) WS–45 REMOVAL 1.3 (U) 4 (D) . measure the resistance and check the results in accordance with the value(s) in the tables below.6 (B) 1 (E) . B136183 Window Lock Switch Front Passenger Side Switch AU TO INSPECTION 1.6 (B) 1 (E) .

13 (D) 1 (E) .16 (U) 6 (B) .15 (D) 1 (E) .10 (U) 1 (E) . Standard Resistance: Rear RH side switch Window Lock Switch Condition OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON ON Power Window Switch Condition UP OFF DOWN UP UP OFF DOWN DOWN Tester Connection 6 (B) . Standard Resistance: Passenger side switch Window Lock Switch Condition OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON ON Power Window Switch Condition UP OFF DOWN UP UP OFF DOWN DOWN Tester Connection 6 (B) .10 (U) 6 (B) .15 (D) 6 (B) .15 (D) 1 (E) .16 (U) 1 (E) .13 (D) 1 (E) . .18 (D) 1 (E) . Standard Resistance: Rear LH side switch Window Lock Switch Condition OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON ON Power Window Switch Condition UP OFF DOWN UP UP OFF DOWN DOWN Tester Connection 6 (B) . replace the power window regulator master switch.15 (D) 15 (D) .16 (U) 1 (E) .18 (D) 6 (B) .12 (U) 1 (E) .10 (U) Specified Condition Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω 10 kΩ or higher Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω 10 kΩ or higher If the result is not as specified.18 (D) 10 (U) .10 (U) 1 (E) .13 (D) 6 (B) . replace the power window regulator master switch.10 (U) 1 (E) .16 (U) 1 (E) .18 (D) 1 (E) . replace the power window regulator master switch.15 (D) 1 (E) .18 (D) 1 (E) .18 (D) 6 (B) .12 (U) 1 (E) . replace the power window regulator master switch.12 (U) 1 (E) .13 (D) 12 (U) .12 (U) Specified Condition Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω 10 kΩ or higher Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω 10 kΩ or higher WS If the result is not as specified.13 (D) 1 (E) .WS–46 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW MASTER SWITCH (for Sedan) If the result is not as specified.13 (D) 6 (B) .16 (U) Specified Condition Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω 10 kΩ or higher Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω 10 kΩ or higher If the result is not as specified.12 (U) 6 (B) .16 (U) 6 (B) .

replace the power window regulator master switch. 3. INSTALL POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MASTER SWITCH ASSEMBLY (a) Install the power window regulator master switch with the 3 screws. 48 in. INSTALL FRONT ARMREST BASE UPPER PANEL (See page ED-28) CONNECT CABLE TO NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL Torque: 5.4 N*m (55 kgf*cm.*lbf) 2. Standard Measurement Condition Battery positive (+) → Terminal 6 (B) Battery negative (-) → Terminal 1 (E) Specified Condition Illumination comes on If the result is not as specified. B136183 WS . (1) Apply battery voltage to the power window regulator master switch and check that the illumination comes on. INSTALLATION 1.WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW MASTER SWITCH (for Sedan) WS–47 (b) Check the illumination operation.

WS–48 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS BODY WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW MASTER SWITCH (for Hatchback) POWER WINDOW MASTER SWITCH (for Hatchback) COMPONENTS WS FRONT ARMREST BASE PANEL UPPER w/o Rear Power Window: FRONT ARMREST BASE PANEL UPPER DOOR ARMREST COVER x2 POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MASTER SWITCH ASSEMBLY x2 POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MASTER SWITCH ASSEMBLY B121528E01 .

w/o Rear Power Window: WS B118070E01 .WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW MASTER SWITCH (for Hatchback) WS–49 REMOVAL HINT: • Use the same procedure for both the RH and LH sides. 1. • The procedure described below is for the LH side. w/ Rear Power Window: DISCONNECT CABLE FROM NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL REMOVE DOOR ARMREST COVER (See page ED-33) REMOVE FRONT ARMREST BASE PANEL UPPER (See page ED-33) REMOVE POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MASTER SWITCH ASSEMBLY (a) Remove the 3 screws and the power window regulator master switch. 2. 3. 4.

3 (UP) 1 (E) .3 (UP) 1 (E) .15 (PD) 6 (PWS) .15 (PD) 1 (E) .16 (PU) 1 (E) .6 (PWS) 1 (E) . Standard Resistance: Driver switch Driver Switch Rear RH Side Switch Rear LH Side Switch PWS DN UP E RRD PU PD RLD RRU RLU B107909E01 WS Window Lock Switch Condition Always (ON / OFF) Always (ON / OFF) Always (ON / OFF) Always (ON / OFF) Power Window Switch Condition UP OFF DOWN MANUAL DOWN AUTO Tester Connection 3 (UP) . Standard Resistance: Passenger side switch Window Lock Switch Condition OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON ON Power Window Switch Condition UP OFF DOWN UP UP OFF DOWN DOWN Tester Connection 6 (PWS) . INSPECT POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MASTER SWITCH ASSEMBLY (a) w/ Rear power window: Check the resistance.15 (PD) 1 (E) .3 (UP) 4 (DN) .15 (PD) Specified Condition Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω 10 kΩ or higher Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω 10 kΩ or higher .4 (DN) 4 (DN) .16 (PU) 1 (E) . replace the power window regulator master switch.16 (PU) 6 (PWS) .6 (PWS) Specified Condition Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω If the result is not as specified.4 (DN) 1 (E) .15 (PD) 1 (E) .6 (PWS) 1 (E) .15 (PD) 15 (PD) . measure the resistance and check the result in accordance with the value(s) in the tables below. (1) Using an ohmmeter.16 (PU) 1 (E) .WS–50 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW MASTER SWITCH (for Hatchback) Window Lock Switch Front Passenger Side Switch AU TO INSPECTION 1.16 (PU) 6 (PWS) .

10 (RRU) 6 (PWS) .10 (RRU) Specified Condition Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω 10 kΩ or higher Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω 10 kΩ or higher WS If the result is not as specified.13 (RLD) 6 (PWS) .18 (RRD) 1 (E) . (b) w/ Rear power window: Check the illumination operation.18 (RRD) 1 (E) .12 (RLU) 6 (PWS) . Standard Resistance: Rear RH side switch Window Lock Switch Condition OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON ON Power Window Switch Condition UP OFF DOWN UP UP OFF DOWN DOWN Tester Connection 6 (PWS) .13 (RLD) 1 (E) .12 (RLU) Specified Condition Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω 10 kΩ or higher Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω 10 kΩ or higher If the result is not as specified.18 (RRD) 10 (RRU) .18 (RRD) 1 (E) .13 (RLD) 12 (RLU) .12 (RLU) 1 (E) . (1) Apply battery voltage to the power window regulator master switch and check that the illumination comes on.12 (RLU) 1 (E) .18 (RRD) 6 (PWS) .10 (RRU) 1 (E) .18 (RRD) 6 (PWS) .13 (RLD) 1 (E) . replace the power window regulator master switch.13 (RLD) 6 (PWS) . replace the power window regulator master switch. Standard Resistance: Rear LH side switch Window Lock Switch Condition OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON ON Power Window Switch Condition UP OFF DOWN UP UP OFF DOWN DOWN Tester Connection 6 (PWS) . replace the power window regulator master switch.12 (RLU) 1 (E) .13 (RLD) 1 (E) . replace the power window regulator master switch.WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW MASTER SWITCH (for Hatchback) WS–51 If the result is not as specified. Standard Measurement Condition Battery positive (+) → Terminal 6 (PWS) Battery negative (-) → Terminal 1 (E) Specified Condition Illumination comes on If the result is not as specified.10 (RRU) 1 (E) .10 (RRU) 1 (E) . .

15 (PWS) 7 (E) .10 (UP) 7 (E) .16 (PU) 7 (E) .18 (PD) 7 (E) . Standard Resistance: Passenger side switch Window Lock Switch Condition OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON ON Power Window Switch Condition UP OFF DOWN UP UP OFF DOWN DOWN Tester Connection 15 (PWS) .WS–52 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW MASTER SWITCH (for Hatchback) Window Lock Switch (c) w/o Rear power window: Check the resistance.18 (PD) 16 (PU) .10 (UP) 12 (DN) .18 (PD) 7 (E) .16 (PU) 15 (PWS) .10 (UP) 7 (E) . (1) Using an ohmmeter.16 (PU) 7 (E) .18 (PD) 7 (E) . Standard Resistance: Driver switch Driver Switch Front Passenger Switch E PD PU Y AU TO UP PWS DN B118051E02 WS Window Lock Switch Condition Always (ON / OFF) Always (ON / OFF) Always (ON / OFF) Always (ON / OFF) Power Window Switch Condition UP OFF DOWN MANUAL DOWN AUTO Tester Connection 15 (PWS) .10 (UP) Specified Condition Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω If the result is not as specified.15 (PWS) 7 (E) .18 (PD) 15 (PWS) . replace the power window regulator master switch. measure the resistance and check the result in accordance with the value(s) in the tables below.16 (PU) Specified Condition Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω 10 kΩ or higher Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω 10 kΩ or higher .12 (DN) 12 (DN) .16 (PU) 7 (E) .18 (PD) 15 (PWS) .12 (DN) 7 (E) .

w/ Rear Power Window: INSTALLATION 1.*lbf) 2. (1) Apply battery voltage to the power window regulator master switch and check that the illumination comes on. 3. replace the power window regulator master switch. Standard Measurement Condition Battery positive (+) → Terminal 15 (PWS) Battery negative (-) → Terminal 7 (E) Specified Condition Illumination comes on If the result is not as specified.WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW MASTER SWITCH (for Hatchback) WS–53 If the result is not as specified. 4. (d) w/o Rear power window: Check the illumination operation. WS w/o Rear Power Window: B118070E01 . replace the power window regulator master switch.4 N*m (55 kgf*cm. INSTALL FRONT ARMREST BASE PANEL UPPER (See page ED-53) INSTALL DOOR ARMREST COVER (See page ED-53) CONNECT CABLE TO NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL Torque: 5. 48 in. INSTALL POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MASTER SWITCH ASSEMBLY (a) Install the power window regulator master switch with the 3 screws.

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WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS BODY

WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – FRONT PASSENGER SIDE POWER WINDOW SWITCH (for Sedan)

FRONT PASSENGER SIDE POWER WINDOW SWITCH (for Sedan)
COMPONENTS

WS

FRONT ARMREST BASE UPPER PANEL

POWER WINDOW REGULATOR SWITCH ASSEMBLY

B144413E01

WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – FRONT PASSENGER SIDE POWER WINDOW SWITCH (for Sedan)

WS–55

REMOVAL
1. 2. 3. DISCONNECT CABLE FROM NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL REMOVE FRONT ARMREST BASE UPPER PANEL (See page ED-9) REMOVE POWER WINDOW REGULATOR SWITCH ASSEMBLY (a) Using a screwdriver with its tip wrapped in protective tape, disengage the 2 claws and remove the power window regulator switch.

B141906

INSPECTION
1. INSPECT POWER WINDOW REGULATOR SWITCH ASSEMBLY (a) Check the resistance. (1) Using an ohmmeter, measure the resistance and check the results in accordance with the value(s) in the table below. Standard Resistance
Tester Connection 1-2 3-4 1-2 4-5
B107881

Switch Connection UP OFF DOWN

Specified Condition Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω

WS

1-3 4-5

If the result is not as specified, replace the power window regulator switch.

INSTALLATION
1. INSTALL POWER WINDOW REGULATOR SWITCH ASSEMBLY (a) Engage the 2 claws and install the power window regulator switch. INSTALL FRONT ARMREST BASE UPPER PANEL (See page ED-28) CONNECT CABLE TO NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL Torque: 5.4 N*m (55 kgf*cm, 48 in.*lbf)

2. 3.

B141906

WS–56
WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS BODY

WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – FRONT PASSENGER SIDE POWER WINDOW SWITCH (for Hatchback)

FRONT PASSENGER SIDE POWER WINDOW SWITCH (for Hatchback)
COMPONENTS

WS

FRONT ARMREST BASE PANEL UPPER

POWER WINDOW REGULATOR SWITCH ASSEMBLY

DOOR ARMREST COVER

B121529E01

INSPECT POWER WINDOW REGULATOR SWITCH ASSEMBLY (a) Check the resistance. B116820 4. 3. (1) Using an ohmmeter. WS B118071 INSPECTION 1. disengage the 5 claws and clip and remove the front armrest base panel upper. .WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – FRONT PASSENGER SIDE POWER WINDOW SWITCH (for Hatchback) WS–57 REMOVAL 1. replace the power window regulator switch. measure the resistance and check the result in accordance with the value(s) in the table below. Standard Resistance Tester Connection 1-2 3-4 1-2 4-5 B107881 Switch Connection UP OFF DOWN Specified Condition Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω 1-3 4-5 If the result is not as specified. DISCONNECT CABLE FROM NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL REMOVE DOOR ARMREST COVER HINT: Use the same procedure as for the LH side (see page ED-33). (b) Disconnect the connector. REMOVE FRONT ARMREST BASE PANEL UPPER (a) Using a screwdriver with its tip wrapped in protective tape. REMOVE POWER WINDOW REGULATOR SWITCH ASSEMBLY (a) Disengage the 2 claws and remove the power window regulator switch. 2.

*lbf) 3. 48 in. B118071 2. WS . INSTALL FRONT ARMREST BASE PANEL UPPER (a) Connect the connector. INSTALL POWER WINDOW REGULATOR SWITCH ASSEMBLY (a) Engage the 2 claws and install the power window regulator switch. INSTALL DOOR ARMREST COVER HINT: Use the same procedure as for the LH side (see page ED-53). B116820 4. CONNECT CABLE TO NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL Torque: 5.4 N*m (55 kgf*cm. (b) Engage the 5 claws and clip and install the front armrest base panel upper.WS–58 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – FRONT PASSENGER SIDE POWER WINDOW SWITCH (for Hatchback) INSTALLATION 1.

WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – REAR POWER WINDOW SWITCH (for Sedan) WS–59 REAR POWER WINDOW SWITCH (for Sedan) WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS BODY COMPONENTS REAR DOOR ARMREST BASE UPPER PANEL WS REAR DOOR TRIM BOARD SUB-ASSEMBLY POWER WINDOW REGULATOR SWITCH ASSEMBLY REAR B140693E01 .

measure the resistance and check the results in accordance with the value(s) in the table below. 48 in. (1) Using an ohmmeter. replace the power window regulator switch.4 N*m (55 kgf*cm. 2.*lbf) 2. INSTALLATION 1. 4. Standard Resistance Tester Connection 1-2 3-4 1-2 4-5 Y B118053 WS Switch Connection UP OFF DOWN Specified Condition Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω 2-3 4-5 If the result is not as specified. B136234 . INSPECT POWER WINDOW REGULATOR SWITCH ASSEMBLY REAR (a) Check the resistance. INSTALL POWER WINDOW REGULATOR SWITCH ASSEMBLY REAR (a) Engage the set plate and install the power window regulator switch. DISCONNECT CABLE FROM NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL REMOVE REAR DOOR ARMREST BASE UPPER PANEL (See page ED-79) REMOVE REAR DOOR TRIM BOARD SUBASSEMBLY (See page ED-79) REMOVE POWER WINDOW REGULATOR SWITCH ASSEMBLY REAR (a) Disengage the set plate and remove the power window regulator switch.WS–60 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – REAR POWER WINDOW SWITCH (for Sedan) REMOVAL 1. 3. B136233 INSPECTION 1. 3. 4. INSTALL REAR DOOR TRIM BOARD SUBASSEMBLY (See page ED-93) INSTALL REAR DOOR ARMREST BASE UPPER PANEL (See page ED-94) CONNECT CABLE TO NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL Torque: 5.

WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – REAR POWER WINDOW SWITCH (for Hatchback) WS–61 REAR POWER WINDOW SWITCH (for Hatchback) WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS BODY COMPONENTS WS REAR DOOR ARMREST PLUG POWER WINDOW REGULATOR SWITCH ASSEMBLY REAR REAR DOOR TRIM BOARD SUB-ASSEMBLY B121527E01 .

INSPECT POWER WINDOW REGULATOR SWITCH ASSEMBLY REAR (a) Check the resistance. measure the resistance and check the results in accordance with the value(s) in the table below. INSTALL REAR DOOR TRIM BOARD SUBASSEMBLY (See page ED-111) CONNECT CABLE TO NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL Torque: 5.WS–62 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – REAR POWER WINDOW SWITCH (for Hatchback) REMOVAL HINT: • Use the same procedure for both the RH and LH sides. replace the power window regulator switch. 1. B116869 INSPECTION 1. B116870 . 3. 2.4 N*m (55 kgf*cm. 3. • The procedure described below is for the LH side.*lbf) 2. 48 in. DISCONNECT CABLE FROM NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL REMOVE REAR DOOR TRIM BOARD SUBASSEMBLY (See page ED-98) REMOVE POWER WINDOW REGULATOR SWITCH ASSEMBLY REAR (a) Disengage the set plate and remove the power window regulator switch. (1) Using an ohmmeter. INSTALL POWER WINDOW REGULATOR SWITCH ASSEMBLY REAR (a) Engage the set plate and install the power window regulator switch. INSTALLATION 1. Standard Resistance Tester Connection 1-2 3-4 1-2 4-5 Y B118053 WS Switch Connection UP OFF DOWN Specified Condition Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω Below 1 Ω 2-3 4-5 If the result is not as specified.

WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR (for Hatchback Front Side) WS–63 POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR (for Hatchback Front Side) WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS BODY COMPONENTS FRONT DOOR TRIM BOARD SUB-ASSEMBLY WS DOOR ARMREST COVER FRONT ARMREST BASE PANEL UPPER B118034E01 .

*lbf) 8. ft*lbf) : Specified torque Non-reusable part B127212E01 .0 (82.0 (82. 71 in.*lbf) x4 POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY FRONT FRONT DOOR SERVICE HOLE COVER N*m (kgf*cm. 71 in. 71 in.*lbf) x2 x2 8.WS–64 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR (for Hatchback Front Side) for 3 Door: FRONT DOOR WINDOW FRAME REAR MOULDING FRONT DOOR BELT MOULDING OUTER REAR VIEW MIRROR ASSEMBLY FRONT DOOR WINDOW FRAME FRONT MOULDING x3 8. 71 in.0 (82.*lbf) WS FRONT DOOR WINDOW REGULATOR SUB-ASSEMBLY FRONT DOOR GLASS SUB-ASSEMBLY 8.0 (82.

(2) Fully close the door glass by pressing the power window UP switch. If the result is not as specified. Wait for approximately 60 seconds. (3) Continue to press the power window UP switch and measure how long it takes for the electrical current to change from a range of 16 to 28 A to approximately 1 A (Inspection of current shutoff). Standard: 4 to 90 seconds E102972 WS 2. NOTICE: Match the arrow mark of the probe with the direction of the current flow. replace the power window regulator motor. (1) Connect an electrical tester DC 400 A probe to the wire harness of terminal 1. NOTICE: The work must be performed with the power window regulator and door glass installed on the vehicle.WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR (for Hatchback Front Side) WS–65 ON-VEHICLE INSPECTION 1. Standard: 4 to 90 seconds (4) Check that the door glass moves downward when the power window DOWN switch is pressed. (3) Continue to press the power window UP switch and measure how long it takes for the electrical current to change from a range of 16 to 28 A to approximately 1 A (Inspection of current shutoff). Wait for approximately 60 seconds. INSPECT POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY RH FRONT (a) Inspect the operation of the PTC inside the power window regulator motor. INSPECT POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY LH FRONT (a) Inspect the operation of the PTC inside the power window regulator motor. E102972 . NOTICE: The work must be performed with the power window regulator and door glass installed on the vehicle. (2) Fully close the door glass by pressing the power window UP switch. NOTICE: Match the arrow mark of the probe with the direction of the current flow. (1) Connect an electrical tester DC 400 A probe to the wire harness of terminal 2.

replace the power window regulator motor. If the result is not as specified. WS .WS–66 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR (for Hatchback Front Side) (4) Check that the door glass moves downward when the power window DOWN switch is pressed.

1. 5. 4. 3. • The procedure described below is for the LH side. 2. (1) Apply battery voltage to the regulator motor and check the operation of the regulator motor. 7. DISCONNECT CABLE FROM NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL REMOVE DOOR ARMREST COVER (See page ED-33) REMOVE FRONT ARMREST BASE PANEL UPPER (See page ED-33) REMOVE FRONT DOOR TRIM BOARD SUBASSEMBLY (See page ED-34) REMOVE FRONT DOOR WINDOW FRAME FRONT MOULDING (See page ET-114) REMOVE FRONT DOOR WINDOW FRAME REAR MOULDING (for 3 Door) (See page ET-114) REMOVE OUTER REAR VIEW MIRROR ASSEMBLY (See page MI-13) REMOVE FRONT DOOR BELT MOULDING (See page ET-91) REMOVE FRONT DOOR SERVICE HOLE COVER (See page ED-36) 10. 8. REMOVE POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY FRONT (a) Using "Torx" socket wrench T25. REMOVE FRONT DOOR GLASS SUB-ASSEMBLY (See page ED-36) 11. REMOVE FRONT DOOR WINDOW REGULATOR SUB-ASSEMBLY (See page ED-37) 12.WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR (for Hatchback Front Side) WS–67 REMOVAL HINT: • Use the same procedure for both the RH and LH sides. 9. INSPECT POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY LH FRONT (a) Check the operation of the regulator motor. Standard Measurement condition B121541E01 Counterclockwise Clockwise Specified Condition Motor gear rotates clockwise Motor gear rotates counterclockwise Battery positive (+) → Terminal 2 Battery negative (-) → Terminal 1 Battery positive (+) → Terminal 1 Battery negative (-) → Terminal 2 . WS B127213 INSPECTION 1. remove the 3 screws and the power window regulator motor. 6.

5.*lbf) INSTALL FRONT DOOR WINDOW REGULATOR SUBASSEMBLY (See page ED-48) INSTALL FRONT DOOR GLASS SUB-ASSEMBLY (See page ED-49) INSTALL FRONT DOOR SERVICE HOLE COVER (See page ED-50) INSTALL FRONT DOOR BELT MOULDING (See page ET-92) INSTALL OUTER REAR VIEW MIRROR ASSEMBLY (See page MI-16) INSTALL FRONT DOOR WINDOW FRAME REAR MOULDING (for 3 Door) (See page ET-114) INSTALL FRONT DOOR WINDOW FRAME FRONT MOULDING (See page ET-115) INSTALL FRONT DOOR TRIM BOARD SUBASSEMBLY (See page ED-51) B127213 WS 2.4 N*m (55 kgf*cm. 48 in. 2. replace the power window regulator motor. INSTALL FRONT ARMREST BASE PANEL UPPER (See page ED-53) 11. Standard Measurement Condition Battery position (+) → Terminal 1 Battery negative (-) → Terminal 2 Specified Condition Motor gear rotates clockwise Motor gear rotates counterclockwise Counterclockwise B121543E01 Battery position (+) → Terminal 2 Battery negative (-) → Terminal 1 If the result is not as specified. 48 in. Torque: 5. (b) Using "Torx" socket wrench T25. 9. Clockwise INSPECT POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY RH FRONT (a) Check the operation of the regulator motor. (1) Apply battery voltage to the regulator motor and check the operation of the regulator motor. install the power window regulator motor assembly front with the 3 screws. CONNECT CABLE TO NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL Torque: 5. 4. 3. 6. 10. INSTALL DOOR ARMREST COVER (See page ED-53) 12.4 N*m (55 kgf*cm. 8. INSTALL POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY FRONT (a) Apply MP grease to the sliding and rotating areas of the regulator motor. replace the power window regulator motor.WS–68 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR (for Hatchback Front Side) If the result is not as specified.*lbf) . 7. INSTALLATION 1.

WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR (for Hatchback Rear Side) WS–69 POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR (for Hatchback Rear Side) WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS BODY COMPONENTS WS REAR DOOR TRIM BOARD SUB-ASSEMBLY REAR DOOR ARMREST PLUG B118035E01 .

49 in. ft*lbf) : Specified torque Non-reusable part B116983E01 .5 (56.WS–70 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR (for Hatchback Rear Side) REAR DOOR WINDOW DIVISION BAR SUB-ASSEMBLY 6.*lbf) REAR DOOR BELT MOULDING REAR DOOR QUARTER WINDOW WEATHERSTRIP REAR DOOR GLASS RUN WS REAR DOOR WEATHERSTRIP REAR DOOR CHECK ASSEMBLY 5. 22) w/ Rear Speaker: w/o Rear Speaker: REAR DOOR SERVICE HOLE COVER REAR DOOR SERVICE HOLE COVER N*m (kgf*cm. 55 in.2 (63.*lbf) 30 (306.

*lbf) x3 REAR DOOR WINDOW REGULATOR SUB-ASSEMBLY POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY REAR x4 8. ft*lbf) : Specified torque B118036E01 .*lbf) N*m (kgf*cm. 71 in.4 (55.0 (82.WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR (for Hatchback Rear Side) WS–71 REAR DOOR GLASS SUB-ASSEMBLY WS 5. 48 in.

(3) Continue to press the power window UP switch and measure how long it takes for the electrical current to change from a range of 16 to 28 A to approximately 1 A (Inspection of current shutoff). replace the power window regulator motor. Wait for approximately 60 seconds. NOTICE: The work must be performed with the power window regulator and door glass installed on the vehicle. (1) Connect an electrical tester DC 400 A probe to the wire harness of terminal 2. (3) Continue to press the power window UP switch and measure how long it takes for the electrical current to change from a range of 16 to 28 A to approximately 1 A (Inspection of current shutoff). NOTICE: Match the arrow mark of the probe with the direction of the current flow. (2) Fully close the door glass by pressing the power window UP switch. (1) Connect an electrical tester DC 400 A probe to the wire harness of terminal 1. Standard: 4 to 90 seconds E102972 WS 2. NOTICE: Match the arrow mark of the probe with the direction of the current flow.WS–72 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR (for Hatchback Rear Side) ON-VEHICLE INSPECTION 1. INSPECT POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY LH REAR (a) Inspect the operation of the PTC inside the power window regulator motor. If the result is not as specified. Standard: 4 to 90 seconds (4) Check that the door glass moves downward when the power window DOWN switch is pressed. NOTICE: The work must be performed with the power window regulator and door glass installed on the vehicle. INSPECT POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY RH FRONT (a) Inspect the operation of the PTC inside the power window regulator motor. Wait for approximately 60 seconds. E102972 . (2) Fully close the door glass by pressing the power window UP switch.

WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR (for Hatchback Rear Side) WS–73 (4) Check that the door glass moves downward when the power window DOWN switch is pressed. WS . If the result is not as specified. replace the power window regulator motor.

DISCONNECT CABLE FROM NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL REMOVE REAR DOOR TRIM BOARD SUBASSEMBLY (See page ED-98) REMOVE REAR DOOR SERVICE HOLE COVER (See page ED-99) REMOVE REAR DOOR CHECK ASSEMBLY (See page ED-99) REMOVE REAR DOOR WEATHERSTRIP (See page ED-100) REMOVE REAR DOOR BELT MOULDING (See page ET-97) REMOVE REAR DOOR GLASS RUN (See page ED100) REMOVE REAR DOOR WINDOW DIVISION BAR SUB-ASSEMBLY (See page ED-100) REMOVE REAR DOOR QUARTER WINDOW WEATHERSTRIP (See page ED-100) WS 10. REMOVE POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY REAR (a) Using "Torx" socket wrench T25. 3. 6. Clockwise Counterclockwise B121543E01 INSPECT POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY LH REAR (a) Check the operation of the regulator motor. 4. REMOVE REAR DOOR WINDOW REGULATOR SUBASSEMBLY (See page ED-101) 12. Standard Measurement Condition Battery positive (+) → Terminal 1 Battery negative (-) → Terminal 2 Specified Condition Motor gear rotates clockwise . 7. 8. remove the 3 screws and the power window regulator motor. (1) Apply battery voltage to the regulator motor and check the operation of the regulator motor. 5. 2. REMOVE REAR DOOR GLASS SUB-ASSEMBLY (See page ED-101) 11.WS–74 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR (for Hatchback Rear Side) REMOVAL HINT: • Use the same procedure for both the RH and LH sides. 1. • The procedure described below is for the LH side. B116929 INSPECTION 1. 9.

WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR (for Hatchback Rear Side) Measurement Condition Battery positive (+) → Terminal 2 Battery negative (-) → Terminal 1 Specified Condition WS–75 Motor gear rotates counterclockwise If the result is not as specified. 3. Torque: 5. Standard Measurement Condition Battery positive (+) → Terminal 2 Battery negative (-) → Terminal 1 B121541E01 Counterclockwise Clockwise Specified Condition Motor gear rotates clockwise Motor gear rotates counterclockwise Battery positive (+) → Terminal 1 Battery negative (-) → Terminal 2 If the result is not as specified. (1) Apply battery voltage to the regulator motor and check the operation of the regulator motor. install the power window regulator motor with the 3 screws. 48 in. (b) Using "Torx" socket wrench T25. INSTALLATION 1. replace the power window regulator motor.*lbf) INSTALL REAR DOOR WINDOW REGULATOR SUBASSEMBLY (See page ED-108) INSTALL REAR DOOR GLASS SUB-ASSEMBLY (See page ED-108) INSTALL REAR DOOR QUARTER WINDOW WEATHERSTRIP (See page ED-108) INSTALL REAR DOOR WINDOW DIVISION BAR SUBASSEMBLY (See page ED-108) INSTALL REAR DOOR GLASS RUN (See page ED109) INSTALL REAR DOOR BELT MOULDING (See page ET-97) INSTALL REAR DOOR WEATHERSTRIP (See page ED-109) INSTALL REAR DOOR CHECK ASSEMBLY (See page ED-109) WS B116929 2.4 N*m (55 kgf*cm. INSTALL REAR DOOR SERVICE HOLE COVER (See page ED-110) 11. 9. 10. 7. INSTALL POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY REAR (a) Apply MP grease to the sliding and rotating areas of the regulator motor. INSTALL REAR DOOR TRIM BOARD SUBASSEMBLY (See page ED-111) . 8. INSPECT POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY RH REAR (a) Check the operation of the regulator motor. replace the power window regulator motor. 6. 5. 4. 2.

*lbf) WS . CONNECT CABLE TO NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL Torque: 5.WS–76 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR (for Hatchback Rear Side) 12.4 N*m (55 kgf*cm. 48 in.

WS–76 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS BODY WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR (for Sedan Front Side) POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR (for Sedan Front Side) COMPONENTS WS FRONT DOOR TRIM BOARD SUB-ASSEMBLY FRONT DOOR LOWER FRAME BRACKET GARNISH CLIP for Driver Side: for Front Passenger Side: FRONT ARMREST BASE UPPER PANEL FRONT ARMREST BASE UPPER PANEL B144414E01 .

4 (55. 71 in.0 (82. 71 in.0 (82.WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR (for Sedan Front Side) WS–77 FRONT DOOR TRIM BRACKET FRONT DOOR BELT MOULDING w/ Power Mirror: OUTER REAR VIEW MIRROR w/o Power Mirror: OUTER REAR VIEW MIRROR x3 8.0 (82. 48 in.*lbf) WS FRONT DOOR WINDOW REGULATOR SUB-ASSEMBLY FRONT DOOR GLASS SUB-ASSEMBLY 8.*lbf) x2 x2 x3 5.*lbf) POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY FRONT N*m (kgf*cm.*lbf) x4 8. 71 in. ft*lbf) : Specified torque Non-reusable part FRONT DOOR SERVICE HOLE COVER B144415E01 .

INSPECT POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY LH FRONT (a) Inspect the operation of the PTC inside the power window regulator motor. (3) Continue to press the power window UP switch and measure how long it takes for the electrical current to change from a range of 16 to 28 A to approximately 1 A (Inspection of current shutoff). NOTICE: Match the arrow mark of the probe with the direction of the current flow. (1) Connect an electrical tester DC 400 A probe to the wire harness of terminal 2. INSPECT POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY RH FRONT (a) Inspect the operation of the PTC inside the power window regulator motor.WS–78 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR (for Sedan Front Side) ON-VEHICLE INSPECTION 1. (2) Fully close the door glass by pressing the power window UP switch. NOTICE: The work must be performed with the power window regulator and door glass installed on the vehicle. If the result is not as specified. NOTICE: Match the arrow mark of the probe with the direction of the current flow. (2) Fully close the door glass by pressing the power window UP switch. replace the power window regulator motor. (1) Connect an electrical tester DC 400 A probe to the wire harness of terminal 1. E102972 . Wait for approximately 60 seconds. Wait for approximately 60 seconds. Standard: 4 to 90 seconds (4) Check that the door glass moves downward when the power window DOWN switch is pressed. Standard: 4 to 90 seconds E102972 WS 2. NOTICE: The work must be performed with the power window regulator and door glass installed on the vehicle. (3) Continue to press the power window UP switch and measure how long it takes for the electrical current to change from a range of 16 to 28 A to approximately 1 A (Inspection of current shutoff).

replace the power window regulator motor. WS .WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR (for Sedan Front Side) WS–79 (4) Check that the door glass moves downward when the power window DOWN switch is pressed. If the result is not as specified.

7. 8. • The procedure described below is for the LH side. 6. 3. remove the 3 screws and power window regulator motor. 1. Standard Measurement condition B121541E01 Counterclockwise Clockwise Specified Condition Motor gear rotates clockwise Motor gear rotates counterclockwise Battery positive (+) → Terminal 2 Battery negative (-) → Terminal 1 Battery positive (+) → Terminal 1 Battery negative (-) → Terminal 2 .WS–80 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR (for Sedan Front Side) REMOVAL HINT: • Use the same procedure for both the RH and LH sides. B127213 INSPECTION 1. DISCONNECT CABLE FROM NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL REMOVE FRONT DOOR LOWER FRAME BRACKET GARNISH (See page ED-9) REMOVE FRONT ARMREST BASE UPPER PANEL (See page ED-9) REMOVE FRONT DOOR TRIM BOARD SUBASSEMBLY (See page ED-11) REMOVE OUTER REAR VIEW MIRROR (See page MI8) REMOVE FRONT DOOR BELT MOULDING (See page ET-85) REMOVE FRONT DOOR TRIM BRACKET (See page ED-12) REMOVE FRONT DOOR SERVICE HOLE COVER (See page ED-12) REMOVE FRONT DOOR GLASS SUB-ASSEMBLY (See page ED-12) WS 10. 4. (1) Apply battery voltage to the regulator motor and check the operation of the regulator motor. 2. 9. INSPECT POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY LH FRONT (a) Check the operation of the regulator motor. 5. REMOVE FRONT DOOR WINDOW REGULATOR SUB-ASSEMBLY (See page ED-13) 11. REMOVE POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY FRONT (a) Using "Torx" socket wrench T25.

9. 48 in. Standard Measurement Condition Battery positive (+) → Terminal 1 Battery negative (-) → Terminal 2 Specified Condition Motor gear rotates clockwise Motor gear rotates counterclockwise Counterclockwise B121543E01 Battery positive (+) → Terminal 2 Battery negative (-) → Terminal 1 If the result is not as specified.WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR (for Sedan Front Side) WS–81 If the result is not as specified.4 N*m (55 kgf*cm. 4. 3. CONNECT CABLE TO NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL Torque: 5. 8. 2. INSTALL FRONT DOOR LOWER FRAME BRACKET GARNISH (See page ED-28) 11. 7. 6. install the power window regulator motor assembly front with the 3 screws. INSTALLATION 1. 5. (b) Using "Torx" socket wrench T25. (1) Apply battery voltage to the regulator motor and check the operation of the regulator motor.*lbf) . replace the power window regulator motor.*lbf) INSTALL FRONT DOOR WINDOW REGULATOR SUBASSEMBLY (See page ED-24) INSTALL FRONT DOOR GLASS SUB-ASSEMBLY (See page ED-24) INSTALL FRONT DOOR SERVICE HOLE COVER (See page ED-25) INSTALL FRONT DOOR TRIM BRACKET (See page ED-25) INSTALL FRONT DOOR BELT MOULDING (See page ET-86) INSTALL OUTER REAR VIEW MIRROR (See page MI11) INSTALL FRONT DOOR TRIM BOARD SUBASSEMBLY (See page ED-26) INSTALL FRONT ARMREST BASE UPPER PANEL (See page ED-28) B127213 2.4 N*m (55 kgf*cm. WS 10. 48 in. INSTALL POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY FRONT (a) Apply MP grease to the sliding and rotating areas of the regulator motor. Clockwise INSPECT POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY RH FRONT (a) Check the operation of the regulator motor. Torque: 5. replace the power window regulator motor.

WS–82 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS BODY WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR (for Sedan Rear Side) POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR (for Sedan Rear Side) COMPONENTS REAR DOOR ARMREST BASE UPPER PANEL WS REAR DOOR TRIM BOARD SUB-ASSEMBLY B141908E01 .

WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR (for Sedan Rear Side) WS–83 REAR DOOR WINDOW DIVISION BAR SUBASSEMBLY 6. 22) REAR DOOR CHECK ASSEMBLY REAR DOOR TRIM BRACKET REAR DOOR SERVICE HOLE COVER N*m (kgf*cm. 54 in.2 (63.5 (56.*lbf) 30 (306. 49 in. ft*lbf) : Specified torque Non-reusable part B144412E01 .*lbf) REAR DOOR BELT MOULDING REAR DOOR GLASS RUN CLIP REAR DOOR WEATHERSTRIP WS 5.

4 (55.0 (82.*lbf) N*m (kgf*cm.WS–84 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR (for Sedan Rear Side) REAR DOOR GLASS SUB-ASSEMBLY WS 5.*lbf) x3 REAR DOOR WINDOW REGULATOR SUB-ASSEMBLY POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY REAR x4 8. 71 in. 48 in. ft*lbf) : Specified torque B140697E01 .

Standard: 4 to 90 seconds (4) Check that the door glass moves downward when the power window DOWN switch is pressed. (2) Fully close the door glass by pressing the power window UP switch. (1) Connect an electrical tester DC 400 A probe to the wire harness of terminal 2. NOTICE: The work must be performed with the power window regulator and door glass installed on the vehicle. INSPECT POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY LH REAR (a) Inspect the operation of the PTC inside the power window regulator motor. Wait for approximately 60 seconds. NOTICE: Match the arrow mark of the probe with the direction of the current flow. INSPECT POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY RH REAR (a) Inspect the operation of the PTC inside the power window regulator motor.WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR (for Sedan Rear Side) WS–85 ON-VEHICLE INSPECTION 1. (1) Connect an electrical tester DC 400 A probe to the wire harness of terminal 1. (3) Continue to press the power window UP switch and measure how long it takes for the electrical current to change from a range of 16 to 28 A to approximately 1 A (Inspection of current shutoff). Wait for approximately 60 seconds. NOTICE: Match the arrow mark of the probe with the direction of the current flow. (2) Fully close the door glass by pressing the power window UP switch. NOTICE: The work must be performed with the power window regulator and door glass installed on the vehicle. (3) Continue to press the power window UP switch and measure how long it takes for the electrical current to change from a range of 16 to 28 A to approximately 1 A (Inspection of current shutoff). replace the power window regulator motor. If the result is not as specified. E102972 . Standard: 4 to 90 seconds E102972 WS 2.

WS–86 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR (for Sedan Rear Side) (4) Check that the door glass moves downward when the power window DOWN switch is pressed. replace the power window regulator motor. If the result is not as specified. WS .

REMOVE REAR DOOR WINDOW DIVISION BAR SUB-ASSEMBLY (See page ED-81) 11. WS B116929 . 8. DISCONNECT CABLE FROM NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL REMOVE REAR DOOR ARMREST BASE UPPER PANEL (See page ED-79) REMOVE REAR DOOR TRIM BOARD SUBASSEMBLY (See page ED-79) REMOVE REAR DOOR TRIM BRACKET (See page ED-80) REMOVE REAR DOOR SERVICE HOLE COVER (See page ED-80) REMOVE REAR DOOR CHECK ASSEMBLY (See page ED-81) REMOVE REAR DOOR WEATHERSTRIP (See page ED-81) REMOVE REAR DOOR BELT MOULDING (See page ET-95) REMOVE REAR DOOR GLASS RUN (See page ED81) 10.WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR (for Sedan Rear Side) WS–87 REMOVAL HINT: • Use the same procedure for both the RH and LH sides. 7. 3. remove the 3 screws and power window regulator motor. 2. 5. REMOVE POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY REAR (a) Using "Torx" socket wrench T25. REMOVE REAR DOOR WINDOW REGULATOR SUBASSEMBLY (See page ED-82) 13. • The procedure described below is for the LH side. 9. REMOVE REAR DOOR GLASS SUB-ASSEMBLY (See page ED-82) 12. 6. 1. 4.

48 in. 6. 2.*lbf) INSTALL REAR DOOR WINDOW REGULATOR SUBASSEMBLY (See page ED-89) INSTALL REAR DOOR GLASS SUB-ASSEMBLY (See page ED-90) INSTALL REAR DOOR WINDOW DIVISION BAR SUBASSEMBLY (See page ED-91) INSTALL REAR DOOR GLASS RUN (See page ED-91) INSTALL REAR DOOR BELT MOULDING (See page ET-95) INSTALL REAR DOOR WEATHERSTRIP (See page ED-92) INSTALL REAR DOOR CHECK ASSEMBLY (See page ED-92) B116929 2. (1) Apply battery voltage to the regulator motor and check the operation of the regulator motor. Standard Measurement Condition Battery positive (+) → Terminal 1 Battery negative (-) → Terminal 2 Battery positive (+) → Terminal 2 Battery negative (-) → Terminal 1 Specified Condition Motor gear rotates clockwise Motor gear rotates counterclockwise If the result is not as specified.4 N*m (55 kgf*cm. If the result is not as specified. 5. INSTALLATION INSTALL POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY REAR (a) Apply MP grease to the sliding and rotating areas of the regulator motor. Standard Measurement Condition Battery positive (+) → Terminal 2 Battery negative (-) → Terminal 1 B121541E01 Counterclockwise Clockwise Specified Condition Motor gear rotates clockwise Motor gear rotates counterclockwise Battery positive (+) → Terminal 1 Battery negative (-) → Terminal 2 WS 1. replace the power window regulator motor. Clockwise Counterclockwise B121543E01 INSPECT POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY LH REAR (a) Check the operation of the regulator motor. 7. . install the power window regulator motor with the 3 screws. replace the power window regulator motor. 4. 8. Torque: 5.WS–88 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR (for Sedan Rear Side) INSPECTION 1. 3. INSPECT POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY RH REAR (a) Check the operation of the regulator motor. (1) Apply battery voltage to the regulator motor and check the operation of the regulator motor. (b) Using "Torx" socket wrench T25.

INSTALL REAR DOOR TRIM BRACKET (See page ED-93) 11. CONNECT CABLE TO NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL Torque: 5.4 N*m (55 kgf*cm.*lbf) WS . 48 in. INSTALL REAR DOOR TRIM BOARD SUBASSEMBLY (See page ED-93) 12. INSTALL REAR DOOR ARMREST BASE UPPER PANEL (See page ED-94) 13. INSTALL REAR DOOR SERVICE HOLE COVER (See page ED-92) 10.WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR (for Sedan Rear Side) WS–89 9.

19) FRONT WIPER ARM AND BLADE ASSEMBLY LH FRONT WIPER ARM AND BLADE ASSEMBLY RH FRONT WIPER ARM HEAD CAP CLIP COWL SIDE VENTILATOR SUB-ASSEMBLY RH 26 (265. 19) WS CLIP CLIP COWL TOP VENTILATOR LOUVER SUB-ASSEMBLY COWL SIDE VENTILATOR SUB-ASSEMBLY LH N*m (kgf*cm. ft*lbf) : Specified torque B144214E01 .WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – WINDSHIELD GLASS (for Sedan) WS–89 WINDSHIELD GLASS (for Sedan) WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS BODY COMPONENTS FRONT WIPER ARM HEAD CAP 26 (265.

WS–90 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – WINDSHIELD GLASS (for Sedan) w/ Curtain Shield Airbag: SPECIAL CLIP x2 FRONT PILLAR GARNISH RH WS FRONT DOOR OPENING TRIM WEATHERSTRIP RH FRONT DOOR SCUFF PLATE RH COWL SIDE TRIM BOARD RH INSTRUMENT PANEL UNDER COVER SUB-ASSEMBLY RH Non-reusable part B147525E01 .

WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – WINDSHIELD GLASS (for Sedan) WS–91 w/ Curtain Shield Airbag: x2 SPECIAL CLIP FRONT PILLAR GARNISH LH FRONT DOOR OPENING TRIM WEATHERSTRIP LH WS x2 INSTRUMENT PANEL UNDER COVER SUB-ASSEMBLY LH FRONT DOOR SCUFF PLATE LH COWL SIDE TRIM BOARD LH Non-reusable part B147547E01 .

WS–92 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – WINDSHIELD GLASS (for Sedan) ROOF HEADLINING ASSEMBLY ASSIST GRIP SUB-ASSEMBLY x2 ASSIST GRIP COVER x2 WS ROOM LIGHT ASSEMBLY MAP LIGHT ASSEMBLY VISOR ASSEMBLY RH VISOR HOLDER RH VISOR HOLDER LH VISOR ASSEMBLY LH B144419E01 .

WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – WINDSHIELD GLASS (for Sedan) WS–93 INNER REAR VIEW MIRROR 2 Piece Type: WINDSHIELD GLASS STOPPER NO. 1 WINDSHIELD GLASS STOPPER NO. 1 WS WINDSHIELD GLASS WINDSHIELD OUTSIDE MOULDING WINDOW GLASS ADHESIVE DAM Non-reusable part B136267E01 . 2 WINDSHIELD GLASS STOPPER NO.

6. 5. REMOVE ASSIST GRIP SUB-ASSEMBLY (See page IR-21) 20. REMOVE FRONT WIPER ARM HEAD CAP (See page WW-9) REMOVE FRONT WIPER ARM AND BLADE ASSEMBLY LH (See page WW-9) REMOVE FRONT WIPER ARM AND BLADE ASSEMBLY RH (See page WW-9) REMOVE COWL SIDE VENTILATOR SUB-ASSEMBLY LH (See page WW-10) REMOVE COWL SIDE VENTILATOR SUB-ASSEMBLY RH (See page WW-10) REMOVE COWL TOP VENTILATOR LOUVER SUBASSEMBLY (See page WW-10) REMOVE FRONT DOOR SCUFF PLATE RH (See page IR-14) REMOVE FRONT DOOR SCUFF PLATE LH (See page IR-14) 2. 3. REMOVE VISOR ASSEMBLY RH (See page IR-22) . REMOVE COWL SIDE TRIM BOARD RH (See page IR-15) 13.WS–94 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – WINDSHIELD GLASS (for Sedan) REMOVAL CAUTION: Some of these service operations affect the SRS airbag system. 8. 1. REMOVE COWL SIDE TRIM BOARD LH (See page IR15) 14. REMOVE FRONT PILLAR GARNISH RH (See page IR18) 17. REMOVE FRONT DOOR OPENING TRIM WEATHERSTRIP RH (See page IR-15) 15. REMOVE ASSIST GRIP COVER (See page IR-21) 19. REMOVE INSTRUMENT PANEL UNDER COVER SUBASSEMBLY LH (See page IR-14) 12. 4. REMOVE FRONT PILLAR GARNISH LH (See page IR19) 18. WS 9. 7. DISCONNECT CABLE FROM NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL Wait for at least 90 seconds after disconnecting the cable to prevent the airbag from working. Read the precautionary notices concerning the SRS airbag system before servicing (see page RS-1). REMOVE INSTRUMENT PANEL UNDER COVER SUBASSEMBLY RH (See page IR-14) 11. REMOVE FRONT DOOR OPENING TRIM WEATHERSTRIP LH (See page IR-15) 16. 10.

Cut Cut 28. REMOVE VISOR HOLDER RH (See page IR-22) 23. insert piano wires between the vehicle body and the windshield glass. NOTICE: Do not damage the vehicle body with the knife. WS B116958E01 . HINT: Make a partial cut in the windshield outside moulding. as shown in the illustration. REMOVE WINDSHIELD GLASS (a) Apply protective tape to the outer circumference of the windshield glass. NOTICE: • When separating the windshield glass from the vehicle. Slightly lower the front section of the roof headlining. do not damage the vehicle's paintwork or exterior/interior ornaments. as shown in the illustration. (c) Tie objects that can serve as handles (for example.WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – WINDSHIELD GLASS (for Sedan) WS–95 21. REMOVE INNER REAR VIEW MIRROR (See page MI5) 27. B136248E01 Plastic Sheet Piano Wire Protective Tape Stoppers 29. REMOVE WINDSHIELD OUTSIDE MOULDING (a) Using a knife. Then pull and remove it by hand. REMOVE ROOF HEADLINING ASSEMBLY HINT: It is not necessary to remove the roof headlining completely. cut off the windshield outside moulding. (b) From the interior. REMOVE VISOR ASSEMBLY LH (See page IR-22) 22. REMOVE ROOM LIGHT ASSEMBLY (See page IR-22) 25. wooden blocks) to all wire ends. REMOVE VISOR HOLDER LH (See page IR-22) 24. (b) Remove the windshield outside moulding. REMOVE MAP LIGHT ASSEMBLY (See page IR-23) 26. • To prevent the safety pad from being scratched when removing the windshield glass. as shown in the illustration. place a plastic sheet between the piano wire and safety pad.

remove the stoppers. HINT: Matchmarks do not need to be placed unless the windshield glass is going to be reused. (e) Cut through the adhesive by pulling the piano wire around the windshield glass.WS–96 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – WINDSHIELD GLASS (for Sedan) Matchmarks (d) Place matchmarks on the windshield glass and vehicle body in the locations indicated in the illustration. 1 B136249E01 INSTALLATION 1. B073128E01 . clean the windshield glass with a non-residue solvent. NOTICE: • Do not touch the windshield glass surface after cleaning it. 2 No. (b) Clean the outer circumference of the windshield glass with a non-residue solvent. • Even if using a new windshield glass. remove the windshield glass. (g) Using suction cups. NOTICE: Leave as much adhesive on the vehicle body as possible when removing the windshield glass. 1 Stopper (f) Disengage the 2 stoppers. B081910E01 1 Piece Type: Stopper No. CLEAN WINDSHIELD GLASS (a) Using a scraper. 2 Piece Type: WS No. dam and adhesive from the windshield glass.

as shown in the illustration.5 mm (0. (b) Install 2 new stoppers onto the windshield glass. • Throw away any leftover Primer G. as shown in the illustration. b B136250E01 INSTALL WINDOW GLASS ADHESIVE DAM (a) Apply Primer G to the installation part of a new dam. B107866 WS 4. HINT: Leave as much adhesive on the vehicle body as possible. as shown in the illustration.57 in. Specification Area a b Measurement 40 mm (1. NOTICE: • Allow the primer to dry for 3 minutes or more. 3. INSTALL WINDSHIELD GLASS STOPPER NO. . INSTALL WINDSHIELD GLASS STOPPER NO. (1) Using a knife. cut away any rough adhesive on the contact surface of the vehicle body to ensure the appropriate surface shape.) 14. NOTICE: • Allow the primer to dry for 3 minutes or more. • Throw away any leftover Primer G. • Do not apply too much Primer G.) a A A A A 5.571 in. (2) Clean the contact surface of the vehicle body with a shop rag or piece of cloth saturated with cleaner. HINT: Clean the vehicle body even if all the adhesive has been removed.WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – WINDSHIELD GLASS (for Sedan) Adhesive Adhesive WS–97 2. 1 (a) Install 2 new stoppers onto the vehicle body. 2 (a) Apply Primer G to the installation parts of the stoppers. Vehicle Body B073084E02 CLEAN VEHICLE BODY (a) Clean and shape the contact surface of the vehicle body. NOTICE: Do not damage the vehicle body. • Do not apply too much Primer G.

WS–98

WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – WINDSHIELD GLASS (for Sedan)

(b) Install the new dam with double-sided tape as shown in the illustration.
a

C

A

C

A-A

A A A B-B

b

D

B B D C Ceramic Notch Ceramic Notch

WS
B136252E01

Specification
Area a b Measurement 7.0 mm (0.276 in.) 29.4 mm (1.157 in.)

6.

Stopper

Stopper

Suction Cup

Matchmarks
B136253E01

INSTALL WINDSHIELD GLASS (a) Position the windshield glass. (1) Using suction cups, place the windshield glass in the correct position. (2) Check that the entire contact surface of the windshield glass rim is perfectly even. (3) Place matchmarks on the windshield glass and vehicle body. NOTICE: Check that the stoppers are correctly attached to the vehicle body. HINT: When reusing a windshield glass, check and correct the matchmark positions. (4) Using suction cups, remove the windshield glass.

WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – WINDSHIELD GLASS (for Sedan)

WS–99

CORRECT Primer M

Primer M INCORRECT Adhesive

(b) Using a brush, apply Primer M to the exposed part of the vehicle body. NOTICE: • Allow the primer to dry for 3 minutes or more. • Do not apply Primer M to the adhesive. • Throw away any leftover Primer M. • Do not apply too much Primer M. (c) Using a brush or sponge, apply Primer G to the edge of the windshield glass and the contact surface.

Primer M
B106027E01

A B B-B b

A

B

WS

C C C-C A-A c a

B136254E01

Specification
Area a b c Measurement 7.0 mm (0.276 in.) 7.0 mm (0.276 in.) 16 mm (0.630 in.)

WS–100

WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – WINDSHIELD GLASS (for Sedan)

NOTICE: • Allow the primer to dry for 3 minutes or more. • Throw away any leftover Primer G. • Do not apply too much Primer G. HINT: If Primer G is applied to any areas other than those specified, wipe off the primer with a clean shop rag or piece of cloth before it dries. (d) Apply adhesive. Adhesive: Toyota Genuine Windshield Glass Adhesive or the equivalent. (1) Cut the tip off the cartridge nozzle, as shown in the illustration. HINT: After cutting off the tip, use all the adhesive within the times indicated in the table below. Usage time frame
Temperature 35°C (95°F) Usage Time Frame 15 minutes 1 hour 40 minutes 8 hours

8.0 mm (0.315 in.)

12 mm (0.472 in.)

20°C (68°F)
B106205E01

5°C (41°F)

(2) Load the sealer gun with the cartridge. (3) Apply adhesive to the windshield glass, as shown in the illustration.

WS
A B b B-B B d

A

C C A-A b c b

a a C-C e

a

a

a

B136255E01

.685 in.WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – WINDSHIELD GLASS (for Sedan) WS–101 Specification Area a b c d e Measurement 8 mm (0. Minimum time WS B073131E01 Temperature 35°C (95°F) 20°C (68°F) 5°C (41°F) Minimum time prior to driving vehicle 1 hour 30 minutes 5 hours 24 hours 7.118 in. (2) Gently press the front surface of the windshield glass to ensure that the windshield glass is securely fitted to the vehicle body. Gently press it in along the rim.315 in. • Check that there is a small gap between the vehicle body and the windshield glass.) 3 mm (0. HINT: Apply adhesive to the windshield glass rim. (1) Using suction cups.) 17.472 in. INSTALL WINDSHIELD OUTSIDE MOULDING NOTICE: After the installation of the window glass.) Stopper Stopper Suction Cup Matchmarks B136253E01 (e) Install the windshield glass onto the vehicle body. (3) Using a scraper. install the moulding before the adhesive hardens. remove any excessive or protruding adhesive.118 in. • Check that the stoppers are attached to the vehicle body correctly.) 12 mm (0. NOTICE: Open and close the door gently to prevent the window glass from becoming loose due to the air pressure when the door is closed.) 3 mm (0. NOTICE: Do not drive the vehicle within the time indicated in the table below. position the windshield glass so that the matchmarks are aligned.4 mm (0. NOTICE: • Allow the primer to dry for 3 minutes or more.

INSTALL VISOR HOLDER RH (See page IR-28) 14. INSTALL MAP LIGHT ASSEMBLY (See page LI-148) WS 12. INSTALL COWL SIDE TRIM BOARD LH (See page IR34) . Specification Area a Measurement 2 mm (0. (b) Install a new moulding onto the windshield glass. • Do not coat the adhesive with Primer G. INSTALL ROOM LIGHT ASSEMBLY (See page LI-151) 13. 10. INSTALL VISOR ASSEMBLY RH (See page IR-28) 16. INSTALL VISOR HOLDER LH (See page IR-28) 15.0787 in. INSTALL ASSIST GRIP SUB-ASSEMBLY (See page IR-28) 18. (b) Seal any leaks with auto glass sealer. B B NOTICE: Make sure that the moulding is securely installed. INSTALL ROOF HEADLINING ASSEMBLY 9. INSTALL FRONT PILLAR GARNISH LH (See page IR30) 21. coat the edge of the glass and the contact surface with Primer G. INSTALL VISOR ASSEMBLY LH (See page IR-28) 17. INSTALL ASSIST GRIP COVER (See page IR-29) 19.) A A. a B136251E01 CHECK FOR LEAKAGE AND REPAIR (a) Conduct a leak test by applying water to the adhesive portions after the adhesive has completely hardened. INSTALL FRONT DOOR OPENING TRIM WEATHERSTRIP RH (See page IR-34) 22. as shown in the illustration. • Throw away any leftover Primer G. INSTALL INNER REAR VIEW MIRROR (See page MI6) 11. NOTICE: • Allow the primer coating to dry for 3 minutes or more. INSTALL FRONT DOOR OPENING TRIM WEATHERSTRIP LH (See page IR-33) 23. INSTALL FRONT PILLAR GARNISH RH (See page IR29) 20. 8. INSTALL COWL SIDE TRIM BOARD RH (See page IR34) 24.WS–102 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – WINDSHIELD GLASS (for Sedan) A A B B (a) Using a brush or sponge.

INSPECT SRS WARNING LIGHT (See page RS-31) WS . INSTALL COWL SIDE VENTILATOR SUB-ASSEMBLY RH (See page WW-13) 32. INSTALL FRONT WIPER ARM AND BLADE ASSEMBLY RH (See page WW-14) 34. CONNECT CABLE TO NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL Torque: 5.4 N*m (55 kgf*cm. INSTALL FRONT DOOR SCUFF PLATE RH (See page IR-35) 28. INSTALL FRONT WIPER ARM HEAD CAP (See page WW-15) 35. INSTALL FRONT WIPER ARM AND BLADE ASSEMBLY LH (See page WW-13) 33. 48 in.*lbf) 36. INSTALL COWL TOP VENTILATOR LOUVER SUBASSEMBLY (See page WW-12) 30. INSTALL COWL SIDE VENTILATOR SUB-ASSEMBLY LH (See page WW-13) 31. INSTALL INSTRUMENT PANEL UNDER COVER SUBASSEMBLY LH (See page IR-35) 27.WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – WINDSHIELD GLASS (for Sedan) WS–103 25. INSTALL INSTRUMENT PANEL UNDER COVER SUBASSEMBLY RH (See page IR-35) 26. INSTALL FRONT DOOR SCUFF PLATE LH (See page IR-35) 29.

19) FRONT WIPER ARM AND BLADE ASSEMBLY LH CLIP COWL TOP VENTILATOR LOUVER CENTER NO. 1 WS COWL TOP VENTILATOR LOUVER SUB-ASSEMBLY CLIP CLIP COWL TOP VENTILATOR LOUVER LH HOOD TO COWL TOP SEAL N*m (kgf*cm. 19) 26 (265.WS–104 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS BODY WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – WINDSHIELD GLASS (for Hatchback) WINDSHIELD GLASS (for Hatchback) COMPONENTS FRONT WIPER ARM HEAD CAP FRONT WIPER ARM HEAD CAP FRONT WIPER ARM AND BLADE ASSEMBLY RH 26 (265. ft*lbf) : Specified torque B121548E01 .

WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – WINDSHIELD GLASS (for Hatchback) w/ Curtain Shield Airbag: SPECIAL CLIP CLIP WS–105 FRONT PILLAR GARNISH RH FRONT DOOR OPENING TRIM WEATHERSTRIP RH FRONT PILLAR GARNISH RH COWL SIDE TRIM BOARD RH FRONT DOOR SCUFF PLATE RH WS w/ Curtain Shield Airbag: FRONT PILLAR GARNISH LH SPECIAL CLIP CLIP FRONT DOOR OPENING TRIM WEATHERSTRIP LH FRONT PILLAR GARNISH LH COWL SIDE TRIM BOARD LH Non-reusable part FRONT DOOR SCUFF PLATE LH B107895E01 .

WS–106 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – WINDSHIELD GLASS (for Hatchback) ROOF HEADLINING ROOF HEADLINING SERVICE HOLE COVER x2 x2 ASSIST GRIP SUB-ASSEMBLY WS x4 ASSIST GRIP COVER MAP LIGHT ASSEMBLY VISOR ASSEMBLY RH VISOR HOLDER RH VISOR HOLDER LH VISOR ASSEMBLY LH B121546E01 .

2 WINDSHIELD GLASS WINDSHIELD GLASS STOPPER NO. 1 WINDSHIELD GLASS STOPPER NO. 1 WS WINDOW GLASS ADHESIVE DAM WINDSHIELD OUTSIDE MOULDING Non-reusable part B107891E01 .WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – WINDSHIELD GLASS (for Hatchback) WS–107 INNER REAR VIEW MIRROR ASSEMBLY 2 Piece Type: WINDSHIELD GLASS STOPPER NO.

REMOVE ROOF HEADLINING SERVICE HOLE COVER (w/o Curtain Shield Airbag) (See page IR-55) 15. 3. NOTICE: Always use "Torx" socket wrench E10 when removing the rear seat. DISCONNECT CABLE FROM NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL Wait for at least 90 seconds after disconnecting the cable to prevent the airbag from working. 7. REMOVE FRONT DOOR OPENING TRIM WEATHERSTRIP LH (See page IR-50) 14. REMOVE FRONT WIPER ARM HEAD CAP (See page WW-17) REMOVE FRONT WIPER ARM AND BLADE ASSEMBLY LH (See page WW-17) REMOVE FRONT WIPER ARM AND BLADE ASSEMBLY RH (See page WW-17) REMOVE HOOD TO COWL TOP SEAL (See page WW-18) REMOVE COWL TOP VENTILATOR LOUVER SUBASSEMBLY (See page WW-18) REMOVE COWL TOP VENTILATOR LOUVER LH (See page WW-18) REMOVE FRONT DOOR SCUFF PLATE RH (See page IR-49) REMOVE FRONT DOOR SCUFF PLATE LH (See page IR-49) 2. Read the precautionary notices concerning the SRS airbag system before servicing (see page RS-1). REMOVE FRONT DOOR OPENING TRIM WEATHERSTRIP RH (See page IR-50) 13. WS 8. REMOVE VISOR HOLDER LH (See page IR-56) 20. 9. 4. 10. REMOVE MAP LIGHT ASSEMBLY (See page LI-147) . 5. REMOVE VISOR ASSEMBLY RH (See page IR-56) 17. REMOVE COWL SIDE TRIM BOARD LH (See page IR50) 12. REMOVE VISOR ASSEMBLY LH (See page IR-56) 18. REMOVE ASSIST GRIP SUB-ASSEMBLY (See page IR-56) 16. 1.WS–108 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – WINDSHIELD GLASS (for Hatchback) REMOVAL CAUTION: Some of these service operations affect the SRS airbag system. REMOVE VISOR HOLDER RH (See page IR-56) 19. REMOVE COWL SIDE TRIM BOARD RH (See page IR-50) 11. 6.

(b) From the interior. NOTICE: • When separating the windshield glass from the vehicle. (b) Remove the windshield outside moulding. insert piano wires between the vehicle body and the windshield glass. NOTICE: Do not damage the vehicle body with the knife. Then pull and remove it by hand. REMOVE FRONT PILLAR GARNISH LH (See page IR59) 23. REMOVE FRONT PILLAR GARNISH RH (See page IR58) 22. HINT: Make a partial cut in the windshield outside moulding. as shown in the illustration. • To prevent the safety pad from being scratched when removing the windshield glass. place a plastic sheet between the piano wire and safety pad. as shown in the illustration. REMOVE INNER REAR VIEW MIRROR ASSEMBLY (See page MI-5) Cut 25. REMOVE ROOF HEADLINING HINT: It is not necessary to remove the roof headlining completely. Slightly lower the front section of the roof headlining. 24. REMOVE WINDSHIELD OUTSIDE MOULDING (a) Using a knife. as shown in the illustration. wooden blocks) to all wire ends. B107832E01 Plastic Sheet Piano Wire Protective Tape Stoppers 26. (c) Tie objects that can serve as handles (for example. REMOVE WINDSHIELD GLASS (a) Apply protective tape to the outer circumference of the windshield glass.WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – WINDSHIELD GLASS (for Hatchback) WS–109 21. WS B116958E01 . cut off the windshield outside moulding. do not damage the vehicle's paintwork or exterior/interior ornaments.

1 Stopper (f) Disengage the 2 stoppers. NOTICE: • Do not touch the windshield glass surface after cleaning it. remove the windshield glass.WS–110 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – WINDSHIELD GLASS (for Hatchback) Matchmarks (d) Place matchmarks on the windshield glass and vehicle body in the locations indicated in the illustration. dam and adhesive from the windshield glass. (g) Using suction cups. HINT: Matchmarks do not need to be placed unless the windshield glass is going to be reused. remove the damaged stoppers. B081910E01 1 Piece Stopper No. clean the windshield glass with a non-residue solvent. 1 WS 2 Pieces B116959E01 INSTALLATION 1. (b) Clean the outer circumference of the windshield glass with a non-residue solvent. (e) Cut through the adhesive by pulling the piano wire around the windshield glass. No. CLEAN WINDSHIELD GLASS (a) Using a scraper. NOTICE: Leave as much adhesive on the vehicle body as possible when removing the windshield glass. B073128E01 . 2 No. • Even if using a new windshield glass.

INSTALL WINDSHIELD GLASS STOPPER NO. cut away any rough adhesive on the contact surface of the vehicle body to ensure the appropriate surface shape. NOTICE: Do not damage the vehicle body.WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – WINDSHIELD GLASS (for Hatchback) Adhesive Adhesive WS–111 2.5 mm (0.) 14. INSTALL WINDSHIELD GLASS STOPPER NO. B107866 WS 4. (b) Install 2 new stoppers onto the windshield glass. NOTICE: • Allow the primer to dry for 3 minutes or more. HINT: Clean the vehicle body even if all the adhesive has been removed. (2) Clean the contact surface of the vehicle body with a shop rag or piece of cloth saturated with cleaner. 2 (a) Apply Primer G to the installation parts of the stoppers. • Throw away any leftover Primer G.) A A a A-A b b B107883E01 . 3. Specification Area a Measurement 40 mm (1. • Do not apply too much Primer G.57 in. as shown in the illustration. as shown in the illustration. 1 (a) Install 2 new stoppers onto the vehicle body. HINT: Leave as much adhesive on the vehicle body as possible. Vehicle Body B073084E02 CLEAN VEHICLE BODY (a) Clean and shape the contact surface of the vehicle body.571 in. (1) Using a knife.

(3) Place matchmarks on the windshield glass and vehicle body.) a A A. as shown in the illustration. NOTICE: Check that the stoppers are correctly attached to the vehicle body.) WS A A A-A a a B107885E01 7. (1) Using suction cups.26 in. A A B B INSTALL WINDSHIELD OUTSIDE MOULDING (a) Using a brush or sponge. (4) Using suction cups. NOTICE: • Allow the primer to dry for 3 minutes or more. • Throw away any leftover Primer G. Specification Area Measurement 0. NOTICE: • Allow the primer coating to dry for 3 minutes or more. (b) Install the new dam with double-sided tape as shown in the illustration. a B127221E01 INSTALL WINDOW GLASS ADHESIVE DAM (a) Apply Primer G to the installation part of a new dam. Stopper Stopper Matchmarks B116960E01 INSTALL WINDSHIELD GLASS (a) Position the windshield glass. remove the windshield glass. as shown in the illustration. check and correct the matchmark positions. (2) Check that the entire contact surface of the windshield glass rim is perfectly even. (b) Install the moulding onto the windshield glass. • Do not coat the adhesive with Primer G. HINT: When reusing a windshield glass. place the windshield glass in the correct position. • Do not apply too much Primer G. B B 6.004 in.1 mm (0. Specification Area Measurement 32 mm (1.WS–112 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – WINDSHIELD GLASS (for Hatchback) 5. • Throw away any leftover Primer G. coat the edge of the glass and the contact surface with Primer G. .

• Throw away any leftover Primer M. (c) Using a brush or sponge. • Do not apply too much Primer G. apply Primer M to the exposed part of the vehicle body.315 in.0 mm (0. • Throw away any leftover Primer G. .748 in. Primer M B106027E01 A A B B B-B a C WS C C-C D D A-A D-D a a b B107886E01 Specification Area a b Measurement 8. • Do not apply too much Primer M. • Do not apply Primer M to the adhesive.) NOTICE: • Allow the primer to dry for 3 minutes or more.) 19 mm (0.WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – WINDSHIELD GLASS (for Hatchback) WS–113 CORRECT Primer M Primer M INCORRECT Adhesive (b) Using a brush. apply Primer G to the edge of the windshield glass and the contact surface. NOTICE: • Allow the primer to dry for 3 minutes or more.

08850-00801 or the equivalent (1) Cut the tip off the cartridge nozzle.472 in. (d) Apply adhesive. as shown in the illustration. as shown in the illustration. use all adhesive within the times indicated in the table below.472 in.315 in.) . HINT: After cutting off the tip. B-B A B B A C C c b WS a C-C b c D D a A-A c b b D-D a d a a a B107887E01 Specification Area a b c Measurement 8 mm (0.) 12 mm (0.) 12 mm (0. Usage Time Frame Temperature 35°C (95°F) Usage Time Frame 15 minutes 1 hour 40 minutes 8 hours 8.) 20°C (68°F) B106205E01 5°C (41°F) (2) Load the sealer gun with the cartridge.0 mm (0.315 in. (3) Apply adhesive to the windshield glass.394 in.) 10 mm (0. wipe off the primer with a clean shop rag or piece of cloth before it dries. Adhesive: Part No.WS–114 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – WINDSHIELD GLASS (for Hatchback) HINT: If Primer G is applied to any areas other than those specified.

(1) Using suction cups. INSTALL INNER REAR VIEW MIRROR ASSEMBLY (See page MI-6) 9. INSTALL VISOR ASSEMBLY RH (See page IR-75) 17. NOTICE: • Allow the primer to dry for 3 minutes or more. INSTALL VISOR HOLDER LH (See page IR-75) 16. INSTALL FRONT PILLAR GARNISH LH (See page IR72) 13. CHECK FOR LEAKAGE AND REPAIR (a) Conduct a leak test after the adhesive has completely hardened. remove any excessive or protruding adhesive.5 mm (0. 10. Gently press it in along the rim. INSTALL ROOF HEADLINING 11. NOTICE: Do not to drive the vehicle within the time indicated in the table below. • Check that the stoppers are attached to the vehicle body correctly. Minimum Time Temperature B116960E02 B073131E01 Minimum time prior to driving vehicle 1 hour 30 minutes 5 hours 24 hours WS 35°C (95°F) 20°C (68°F) 5°C (41°F) 8. position the windshield glass so that the matchmarks are aligned. INSTALL VISOR ASSEMBLY LH (See page IR-75) .689 in. (b) Seal any leaks with auto glass sealer. HINT: Apply adhesive to the windshield glass rim. • Check that there is a small gap between the vehicle body and the windshield glass.) Matchmarks Suction Cup Suction Cup (e) Install the windshield glass onto the vehicle body. INSTALL MAP LIGHT ASSEMBLY (See page LI-148) 14. (2) Gently press the front surface of the windshield glass to ensure that the windshield glass is securely fitted to the vehicle body. INSTALL VISOR HOLDER RH (See page IR-75) 15. INSTALL FRONT PILLAR GARNISH RH (See page IR71) 12.WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – WINDSHIELD GLASS (for Hatchback) Area d Measurement WS–115 17. (3) Using a scraper.

INSTALL COWL SIDE TRIM BOARD LH (See page IR81) 24. INSTALL FRONT WIPER ARM AND BLADE ASSEMBLY LH (See page WW-22) 30. INSTALL COWL TOP VENTILATOR LOUVER LH (See page WW-21) 27.4 N*m (55 kgf*cm. INSTALL COWL SIDE TRIM BOARD RH (See page IR81) 23. INSTALL FRONT DOOR OPENING TRIM WEATHERSTRIP LH (See page IR-81) 22.*lbf) 33.WS–116 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – WINDSHIELD GLASS (for Hatchback) 18. INSTALL COWL TOP VENTILATOR LOUVER SUBASSEMBLY (See page WW-21) 28. INSTALL FRONT WIPER ARM AND BLADE ASSEMBLY RH (See page WW-23) 31. INSTALL FRONT DOOR OPENING TRIM WEATHERSTRIP RH (See page IR-81) 21. INSTALL ROOF HEADLINING SERVICE HOLE COVER (w/o Curtain Shield Airbag) (See page IR-76) 20. INSTALL ASSIST GRIP SUB-ASSEMBLY (See page IR-75) 19. . INSTALL FRONT WIPER ARM HEAD CAP (See page WW-23) 32. INSTALL FRONT DOOR SCUFF PLATE RH (See page IR-82) 25. INSPECT SRS WARNING LIGHT (See page RS-31). INSTALL FRONT DOOR SCUFF PLATE LH (See page IR-82) 26. INSTALL HOOD TO COWL TOP SEAL (See page WW22) WS 29. 48 in. CONNECT CABLE TO NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL Torque: 5.

27) 37 (375. 27) REAR SEAT INNER BELT ASSEMBLY RH 37 (375. 27) 37 (375.WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – BACK WINDOW GLASS (for Sedan) WS–117 BACK WINDOW GLASS (for Sedan) WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS BODY COMPONENTS for 60/40 Split Seat Type: REAR SEAT OUTER BELT ASSEMBLY REAR CENTER SEAT OUTER BELT ASSEMBLY REAR SEATBACK ASSEMBLY RH REAR SEAT OUTER BELT ASSEMBLY x2 REAR SEATBACK ASSEMBLY LH x2 WS 37 (375. 27) REAR SEAT INNER BELT ASSEMBLY LH REAR SEAT CUSHION COVER PAD SUB-ASSEMBLY N*m (kgf*cm. ft*lbf) : Specified torque B138665E03 .

ft*lbf) : Specified torque B138441E06 .WS–118 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – BACK WINDOW GLASS (for Sedan) for Fixed Seat Type: REAR SEAT OUTER BELT ASSEMBLY RH REAR CENTER SEAT OUTER BELT ASSEMBLY REAR SEAT OUTER BELT ASSEMBLY LH 7.9 (80. 70 in.*lbf) x3 WS REAR SEATBACK ASSEMBLY REAR SEAT INNER BELT ASSEMBLY RH REAR SEAT INNER BELT ASSEMBLY LH REAR SEAT CUSHION COVER PAD SUB-ASSEMBLY N*m (kgf*cm.

WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – BACK WINDOW GLASS (for Sedan) WS–119 for 60/40 Split Seat Type: LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT FLOOR MAT SPARE WHEEL COVER ASSEMBLY WS LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT TRIM INNER PAD for Grand Tire: LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT TRIM INNER PAD B138565E01 .

WS–120 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – BACK WINDOW GLASS (for Sedan) w/ Curtain Shield Airbag: ROOF SIDE INNER GARNISH RH REAR DOOR OPENING TRIM WEATHERSTRIP RH WS REAR SEAT SIDE COVER RH REAR DOOR SCUFF PLATE RH Non-reusable part B134769E01 .

WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – BACK WINDOW GLASS (for Sedan) WS–121 w/ Curtain Shield Airbag: ROOF SIDE INNER GARNISH LH REAR DOOR OPENING TRIM WEATHERSTRIP LH WS REAR SEAT SIDE COVER LH REAR DOOR SCUFF PLATE LH Non-reusable part B134770E01 .

WS–122 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – BACK WINDOW GLASS (for Sedan) ROOF HEADLINING ASSEMBLY WS ASSIST GRIP SUB-ASSEMBLY ASSIST GRIP COVER w/o Rear Spoiler: HIGH MOUNTED STOP LIGHT ASSEMBLY PACKAGE TRAY TRIM PANEL ASSEMBLY B141920E02 .

1 BACK WINDOW GLASS STOPPER NO.WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – BACK WINDOW GLASS (for Sedan) WS–123 2 Piece Type: BACK WINDOW GLASS STOPPER NO. 1 BACK WINDOW GLASS STOPPER NO. 2 BACK WINDOW GLASS STOPPER NO. 1 BACK WINDOW GLASS BACK WINDOW OUTSIDE MOULDING WS BACK WINDOW GLASS ADHESIVE DAM Non-reusable part B136268E01 .

9. 3. REMOVE ASSIST GRIP SUB-ASSEMBLY (See page IR-21) . 6. REMOVE REAR DOOR SCUFF PLATE LH (See page IR-15) 11. 5. DISCONNECT CABLE FROM NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL Wait for at least 90 seconds after disconnecting the cable to prevent the airbag from working. REMOVE REAR SEAT CUSHION COVER PAD SUBASSEMBLY (See page IR-13) REMOVE REAR SEATBACK ASSEMBLY RH (for 60/ 40 Split Seat Type) (See page SE-57) REMOVE REAR SEATBACK ASSEMBLY LH (for 60/ 40 Split Seat Type) (See page SE-46) REMOVE REAR SEATBACK ASSEMBLY (for Fixed Seat Type) (See page SE-106) REMOVE SPARE WHEEL COVER ASSEMBLY (for 60/ 40 Split Seat Type) (See page ED-133) REMOVE LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT FLOOR MAT (for 60/40 Split Seat Type) (See page ED-134) REMOVE LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT TRIM INNER PAD (for 60/40 Split Seat Type) (See page ED-134) REMOVE REAR DOOR SCUFF PLATE RH (See page IR-15) 2. REMOVE ROOF SIDE INNER GARNISH LH (See page IR-16) 17. 10. WS 8. REMOVE ASSIST GRIP COVER (See page IR-21) 18. REMOVE REAR SEAT SIDE COVER LH (See page IR16) 15. 7.WS–124 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – BACK WINDOW GLASS (for Sedan) REMOVAL CAUTION: Some of these service operations affect the SRS airbag system. 4. NOTICE: Always use "Torx" socket wrench E10 when removing the rear seat. REMOVE REAR SEAT SIDE COVER RH (See page IR16) 14. REMOVE REAR DOOR OPENING TRIM WEATHERSTRIP LH (See page IR-15) 13. 1. REMOVE REAR DOOR OPENING TRIM WEATHERSTRIP RH (See page IR-15) 12. Read the precautionary notices concerning the SRS airbag system before servicing (see page RS-1). REMOVE ROOF SIDE INNER GARNISH RH (See page IR-16) 16.

HINT: Matchmarks do not need to be placed unless the back window glass is going to be reused. • To prevent the safety pad from being scratched when removing the back window glass. Cut 22.WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – BACK WINDOW GLASS (for Sedan) WS–125 19. as shown in the illustration. (e) Cut through the adhesive by pulling the piano wire around the back window glass. (b) From the interior. WS Stoppers B136257E01 Matchmarks B136258E02 (d) Place matchmarks on the back window glass and vehicle body in the locations indicated in the illustration. (c) Tie objects that can serve as handles (for example. REMOVE BACK WINDOW OUTSIDE MOULDING (a) Using a knife. REMOVE ROOF HEADLINING ASSEMBLY HINT: It is not necessary to remove the roof headlining completely. as shown in the illustration. NOTICE: • When separating the back window glass from the vehicle. REMOVE BACK WINDOW GLASS (a) Apply protective tape to the outer circumference of the back window glass. cut off the back window outside moulding. Then pull and remove it by hand. insert piano wires between the vehicle body and the back window glass. HINT: Make a partial cut in the back window outside moulding. . place a plastic sheet between the piano wire and safety pad. B136256E01 Plastic Sheet Protective Tape Piano Wire 23. (b) Remove the back window outside moulding. as shown in the illustration. wooden blocks) to all wire ends. Slightly lower the rear section of the roof headlining. do not damage the vehicle's paintwork or exterior/interior ornaments. REMOVE HIGH MOUNTED STOP LIGHT ASSEMBLY (w/o Rear Spoiler) (See page LI-141) 20. REMOVE PACKAGE TRAY TRIM PANEL ASSEMBLY (See page AV-173) 21. NOTICE: Do not damage the vehicle body with the knife.

• Even if using a new back window glass. No. HINT: Leave as much adhesive on the vehicle body as possible. remove the back window glass. (2) Clean the contact surface of the vehicle body with a shop rag or piece of cloth saturated with cleaner. NOTICE: • Do not touch the back window glass surface after cleaning it. NOTICE: Do not damage the vehicle body. clean the back window glass with a non-residue solvent. HINT: Clean the vehicle body even if all the adhesive has been removed. (b) Clean the outer circumference of the back window glass with a non-residue solvent. CLEAN BACK WINDOW GLASS (a) Using a scraper. 1 Stopper Stopper 2 Piece Type: No. WS B073128E01 Adhesive Adhesive 2. Vehicle Body B073084E02 . NOTICE: Leave as much adhesive on the vehicle body as possible when removing the back window glass.WS–126 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – BACK WINDOW GLASS (for Sedan) 1 Piece Type: (f) Disengage the 2 stoppers. cut away any rough adhesive on the contact surface of the vehicle body to ensure the appropriate surface shape. 2 B136259E01 INSTALLATION 1. (1) Using a knife. 1 No. (g) Using suction cups. remove the stoppers. dam and adhesive from the back window glass. CLEAN VEHICLE BODY (a) Clean and shape the contact surface of the vehicle body.

B136261 4.) 14. INSTALL BACK WINDOW GLASS STOPPER NO.) WS A A A A a B136264E01 .9 mm (0. a A A INSTALL BACK WINDOW GLASS STOPPER NO. • Throw away any leftover Primer G.0 mm (0. • Throw away any leftover Primer G.57 in. as shown in the illustration. as shown in the illustration.587 in. 2 (a) Apply Primer G to the installation parts of the stoppers. as shown in the illustration.157 in.WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – BACK WINDOW GLASS (for Sedan) WS–127 3. NOTICE: • Allow the primer to dry for 3 minutes or more. Specification Area a b Measurement 40 mm (1. • Do not apply too much Primer G. NOTICE: • Allow the primer to dry for 3 minutes or more. Specification Area a Measurement 4. 1 (a) Install 2 new stoppers onto the vehicle body. b B136262E01 INSTALL BACK WINDOW GLASS ADHESIVE DAM (a) Apply Primer G to the installation part of a new dam. (b) Install 2 new stoppers onto the windshield glass. (b) Install the new dam with double-sided tape as shown in the illustration. • Do not apply too much Primer G.) A A 5.

NOTICE: Check that the stoppers are correctly attached to the vehicle body.WS–128 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – BACK WINDOW GLASS (for Sedan) 6. apply Primer M to the exposed part of the vehicle body. (3) Place matchmarks on the back window glass and vehicle body. • Do not apply too much Primer M. (2) Check that the entire contact surface of the back window glass rim is perfectly even. place the back window glass in the correct position. • Throw away any leftover Primer M. HINT: When reusing the back window glass. (4) Using suction cups. NOTICE: • Allow the primer to dry for 3 minutes or more. check and correct the matchmark positions. remove the back window glass. Stopper Stopper Matchmarks B136260E01 INSTALL BACK WINDOW GLASS (a) Position the back window glass. (b) Using a brush. (1) Using suction cups. • Do not apply Primer M to the adhesive. CORRECT Primer M Primer M WS INCORRECT Adhesive Primer M B106027E01 .

wipe off the primer with a clean shop rag or piece of cloth before it dries.WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – BACK WINDOW GLASS (for Sedan) WS–129 (c) Using a brush or sponge. apply Primer G to the edge of the back window glass and the contact surface. • Do not apply too much Primer G. Adhesive: Toyota Genuine Windshield Glass Adhesive or the equivalent.) 11 mm (0. HINT: If Primer G is applied to any areas other than those specified.433 in. (d) Apply adhesive. • Throw away any leftover Primer G.433 in. .) 11 mm (0.433 in.) NOTICE: • Allow the primer to dry for 3 minutes or more. A B B A B C C A A C C B b a c WS B136265E01 Specification Area a b c Measurement 11 mm (0.

) 12 mm (0. as shown in the illustration.) .) 13 mm (0.315 in.366 in. HINT: After cutting off the tip.315 in. Usage time frame Temperature 35°C (95°F) Usage Time Frame 15 minutes 1 hour 40 minutes 8 hours 12 mm (0.472 in.) 20°C (68°F) B106205E01 5°C (41°F) (2) Load the sealer gun with the cartridge. (3) Apply adhesive to the back window glass.0 mm (0.) 9.) (1) Cut the tip off the cartridge nozzle. use all the adhesive within the times indicated in the table below.4 mm (0.3 mm (0.472 in. as shown in the illustration.370 in.) 9. A B-B d b A B C B a WS C A-A c b C-C e a b a a a B136266E01 Specification Area a b c d e Measurement 8 mm (0.WS–130 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – BACK WINDOW GLASS (for Sedan) 8.512 in.

WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – BACK WINDOW GLASS (for Sedan)

WS–131

Stopper

Stopper

Matchmarks

B136260E01

(e) Install the back window glass onto the vehicle body. (1) Using suction cups, position the back window glass so that the matchmarks are aligned. Gently press it in along the rim. NOTICE: • Allow the primer to dry for 3 minutes or more. • Check that the stoppers are attached to the vehicle body correctly. • Check that there is a small gap between the vehicle body and the back window glass. (2) Gently press the front surface of the back window glass to ensure that the back window glass is securely fitted to the vehicle body. NOTICE: Open and close the door gently to prevent the window glass from becoming loose due to the air pressure when the door is closed. (3) Using a scraper, remove any excessive or protruding adhesive. HINT: Apply adhesive to the back window glass rim. NOTICE: Do not to drive the vehicle within the time indicated in the table below. Minimum time
Temperature

B073131E01

Minimum time prior to driving vehicle 1 hour 30 minutes 5 hours 24 hours

WS

35°C (95°F) 20°C (68°F) 5°C (41°F)

7.

INSTALL BACK WINDOW OUTSIDE MOULDING NOTICE: After the installation of the window glass, install the moulding before the adhesive hardens.

WS–132

WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – BACK WINDOW GLASS (for Sedan)

A A B B

(a) Using a brush or sponge, coat the edge of the glass and the contact surface with Primer G. NOTICE: • Allow the primer coating to dry for 3 minutes or more. • Do not coat the adhesive with Primer G. • Throw away any leftover Primer G. (b) Install a new moulding onto the back window glass, as shown in the illustration. Specification
Area Measurement 1.9 mm (0.075 in.) 1.0 mm (0.039 in.) a

A-A

a

B-B

b

b

NOTICE: Make sure that the moulding is securely installed. 8.
B136263E01

CHECK FOR LEAKAGE AND REPAIR (a) Conduct a leak test by applying water to the adhesive portions after the adhesive has completely hardened. (b) Seal any leaks with auto glass sealer. INSTALL ROOF HEADLINING ASSEMBLY

9.

10. INSTALL PACKAGE TRAY TRIM PANEL ASSEMBLY (See page AV-174)

WS

11. INSTALL HIGH MOUNTED STOP LIGHT ASSEMBLY (w/o Rear Spoiler) (See page LI-142) 12. INSTALL ASSIST GRIP SUB-ASSEMBLY (See page IR-28) 13. INSTALL ASSIST GRIP COVER (See page IR-29) 14. INSTALL ROOF SIDE INNER GARNISH RH (See page IR-32) 15. INSTALL ROOF SIDE INNER GARNISH LH (See page IR-33) 16. INSTALL REAR SEAT SIDE COVER RH (See page IR33) 17. INSTALL REAR SEAT SIDE COVER LH (See page IR33) 18. INSTALL REAR DOOR OPENING TRIM WEATHERSTRIP RH (See page IR-33) 19. INSTALL REAR DOOR OPENING TRIM WEATHERSTRIP LH (See page IR-33) 20. INSTALL REAR DOOR SCUFF PLATE RH (See page IR-34) 21. INSTALL REAR DOOR SCUFF PLATE LH (See page IR-34)

WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – BACK WINDOW GLASS (for Sedan)

WS–133

22. INSTALL LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT TRIM INNER PAD (for 60/40 Split Seat Type) (See page ED-136) 23. INSTALL SPARE WHEEL COVER ASSEMBLY (for 60/ 40 Split Seat Type) (See page ED-137) 24. INSTALL LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT FLOOR MAT (for 60/40 Split Seat Type) (See page ED-137) 25. INSTALL REAR SEATBACK ASSEMBLY RH (for 60/ 40 Split Seat Type) (See page SE-65) 26. INSTALL REAR SEATBACK ASSEMBLY LH (for 60/40 Split Seat Type) (See page SE-52) 27. INSTALL REAR SEATBACK ASSEMBLY (for Fixed Seat Type) (See page SE-108) 28. INSTALL REAR SEAT CUSHION COVER PAD SUBASSEMBLY (See page IR-36) 29. CONNECT CABLE TO NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL Torque: 5.4 N*m (55 kgf*cm, 48 in.*lbf) 30. INSPECT SRS WARNING LIGHT (See page RS-31)

WS

WS–134 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS BODY WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – BACK DOOR GLASS (for Hatchback) BACK DOOR GLASS (for Hatchback) COMPONENTS REAR SPOILER WS REAR SPOILER COVER LH REAR SPOILER COVER RH B117717E03 .

49 in. ft*lbf) : Specified torque Non-reusable part B127214E01 .WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – BACK DOOR GLASS (for Hatchback) WS–135 BACK WINDOW GLASS ADHESIVE DAM KIT BACK DOOR GLASS BACK WINDOW GLASS ADHESIVE DAM KIT REAR WIPER ARM AND BLADE ASSEMBLY WS 5.*lbf) REAR WIPER ARM HEAD CAP CENTER STOP LIGHT COVER REAR LIGHT COVER N*m (kgf*cm.5 (56.

Suction Cup Suction Cup B116966E01 . remove the back door glass. DISCONNECT CABLE FROM NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL REMOVE REAR SPOILER COVER LH (See page ET81) REMOVE REAR SPOILER COVER RH (See page ET81) REMOVE REAR SPOILER (See page ET-81) REMOVE CENTER STOP LIGHT COVER (See page LI-144) REMOVE REAR WIPER ARM AND BLADE ASSEMBLY (See page WW-28) REMOVE BACK DOOR GLASS (a) Apply protective tape to the outer circumference of the back door glass. (d) Cut through the adhesive by pulling the piano wire around the back door glass. insert piano wires between the vehicle body and back door glass. 4. 7. Protective Tape WS Piano Wire B116965E01 (e) Disengage the 2 clips. as shown in the illustration. 6. do not damage the vehicle's paint or exterior/interior ornaments.WS–136 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – BACK DOOR GLASS (for Hatchback) REMOVAL 1. (b) From the interior. as shown in the illustration. 5. (c) Tie objects that can serve as handles (for example. 2. wooden blocks) to all wire ends. NOTICE: When separating the back door glass from the vehicle. (f) Using suction cups. NOTICE: Leave as much adhesive on the vehicle body as possible when removing the back door glass. 3.

clean the back door glass with a non-residue solvent. NOTICE: • Do not touch the back door glass surface after cleaning it. . cut away any rough adhesive on the contact surface of the vehicle body to ensure the appropriate surface shape. • Even if using a new back door glass. HINT: Since the pin is for positioning the glass. dam and adhesive sticking to the back door glass. HINT: Leave as much adhesive on the vehicle body as possible. • Do not apply too much Primer G. CLEAN VEHICLE BODY (a) Clean and shape the contact surface of the vehicle body. remove the clips. NOTICE: • Allow the primer to dry for 3 minutes or more. (1) Using a knife. INSTALL BACK WINDOW GLASS ADHESIVE DAM KIT (a) Apply Primer G to the glass where the dams will be installed. HINT: Clean the vehicle body even if all the adhesive has been removed. B073128E01 Adhesive Adhesive 2. (2) Clean the contact surface of the vehicle body with a shop rag or piece of cloth saturated with cleaner. Vehicle Body B073084E02 WS 3. even if damaged. • Throw away any leftover Primer G. NOTICE: Do not damage the vehicle body.WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – BACK DOOR GLASS (for Hatchback) WS–137 INSTALLATION 1. there is no need to replace it with a new one when reusing the glass. (b) Clean the outer circumference of the back door glass with a non-residue solvent. CLEAN BACK DOOR GLASS (a) Using a scraper.

Specification A A B B Area a Measurement 4. (3) Place matchmarks on the back door glass and vehicle body. check and correct the matchmark positions. apply Primer M to the exposed part of the vehicle body.165 in. (4) Using suction cups.WS–138 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – BACK DOOR GLASS (for Hatchback) (b) Install 2 new back door glass adhesive dams as shown in the illustration. (2) Check that the whole contact surface of the back door glass rim is perfectly even. (1) Using suction cups. place the back door glass in the correct position. NOTICE: Check that the stoppers are attached to the vehicle body correctly. • Throw away any leftover Primer M. Matchmarks WS Suction Cup Suction Cup B116967E01 INSTALL BACK DOOR GLASS (a) Position the back door glass. remove the back door glass.2 mm (0. NOTICE: • Allow the primer to dry for 3 minutes or more. B-B a B107871E01 4. (b) Using a brush.) A-A. HINT: When reusing the back door glass. • Do not apply Primer M to the adhesive. • Do not apply too much Primer M. CORRECT Primer M WRONG Primer M Adhesive H002865E01 .

• Do not apply too much Primer G.0 mm (0.WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – BACK DOOR GLASS (for Hatchback) WS–139 (c) Using a brush or sponge.0 mm (0.051 in.315 in.) 26. wipe off the primer with a clean shop rag or piece of cloth before it dries.433 in. • Throw away any leftover Primer G. B-B A A B B c C C d A-A a C-C a b b B107872E01 NOTICE: • Allow the primer to dry for 3 minutes or more. HINT: If Primer G is applied to any areas other than those specified. Usage time frame Temperature 35°C (95°F) Usage Time Frame 15 minutes 1 hour 40 minutes 8 hours 8.) WS (d) Apply adhesive. apply Primer G to the edge of the back door glass and contact surface. as shown in the illustration. .) 12. Adhesive: Part No.602 in.7 mm (1.472 in. use all adhesive within the time indicated in the table below.9 mm (0.0 mm (0. 08850-00801 or the equivalent (1) Cut off the tip of the cartridge nozzle.) 40.) 11. Specification Area a b c d Measurement 6.7 mm (1. HINT: After cutting off the tip.) 20°C (68°F) B106205E02 5°C (41°F) (2) Load the sealer gun with the cartridge.272 in.

) WS a b c d Matchmarks Suction Cup Suction Cup (e) Install the back door glass onto the vehicle body. Press it in gently along the rim.327 in. B116967E01 .315 in. (1) Using suction cups.0 mm (0.) 8. • Check that the vehicle body and back door glass have a small gap between them. (2) Gently press the front surface of the back door glass to ensure that the back door glass is securely fitted to the vehicle body. • Check that the stoppers are attached to the vehicle body correctly.0 mm (0.5 mm (0. as shown in the illustration. position the back door glass so that the matchmarks are aligned.472 in. NOTICE: • Allow the primer to dry for 3 minutes or more.) 13.WS–140 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – BACK DOOR GLASS (for Hatchback) (3) Apply adhesive to the back door glass. B-B B A A B d a C b C A-A c C-C c a a b b B107873E01 Specification Area Measurement 12.) 33.532 in.7 mm (1.

remove any excessive or protruding adhesive. CONNECT CABLE TO NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL Torque: 5.4 N*m (55 kgf*cm. HINT: Apply adhesive onto the back door glass rim. 8.*lbf) WS . 9. 48 in. 10. 7.WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – BACK DOOR GLASS (for Hatchback) WS–141 (3) Using a scraper. INSTALL REAR WIPER ARM AND BLADE ASSEMBLY (See page WW-30) INSTALL CENTER STOP LIGHT COVER (See page LI145) INSTALL REAR SPOILER (See page ET-81) INSTALL REAR SPOILER COVER LH (See page ET82) 6. (b) Seal any leakage with auto glass sealer. NOTICE: Do not to drive the vehicle within the time indicated in the table below. CHECK FOR LEAKAGE AND REPAIR (a) Conduct a leak test after the adhesive has completely hardened. INSTALL REAR SPOILER COVER RH (See page ET82) 11. Minimum time Temperature B073131 Minimum time prior to driving vehicle 1 hour 30 minutes 5 hours 24 hours 35°C (95°F) 20°C (68°F) 5°C (41°F) 5.

DEF RELAY .A/C FUSE NO.GAUGE FUSE .DEF FUSE . 3 HEATER CONTROL KNOB WINDOW DEFOGGER WIRE B142257E01 .WS–142 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS BODY WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – WINDOW DEFOGGER SYSTEM WINDOW DEFOGGER SYSTEM PARTS LOCATION HATCHBACK: MAIN BODY ECU (INSTRUMENT PANEL J/B) WS .

WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – WINDOW DEFOGGER SYSTEM

WS–143

SEDAN:

MAIN BODY ECU (INSTRUMENT PANEL J/B) - DEF RELAY - DEF FUSE - GAUGE FUSE - A/C FUSE WINDOW DEFOGGER WIRE NO. 3 HEATER CONTROL KNOB

WS

B142258E01

WS–144

WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – WINDOW DEFOGGER SYSTEM

SYSTEM DIAGRAM
Hatchback: DEF

DEF To Battery GAUGE To Battery A/C To Battery

Noise Filter

No. 3 Heater Control Knob

Rear Window Defogger

WS
Rr DEF OFF ON E

Rear Window Defogger Switch

B141588E02

WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – WINDOW DEFOGGER SYSTEM
Sedan: DEF

WS–145

DEF To Battery GAUGE To Battery A/C To Battery

Noise Filter

No. 3 Heater Control Knob

Rear Window Defogger

WS
Rear Window Defogger Switch Rr DEF OFF ON E

B141589E02

Replace parts as necessary. The potential causes of the symptoms are listed in order of probability in the "Suspected Area" column of the table. Window defogger system Symptom DEF fuse GAUGE fuse Rear window defogger does not operate (indicator ON) Back door glass (defogger wire) Main body ECU (DEF relay) Wire harness A/C fuse Rear window defogger does not operate (indicator OFF) No. 3 heater control knob (rear defogger switch) Wire harness Suspected area See page WS-142 WS-142 WS-148 WS-147 WS-142 AC-255 - WS . Check each symptom by checking the suspected areas in the order they are listed.WS–146 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – WINDOW DEFOGGER SYSTEM PROBLEM SYMPTOMS TABLE HINT: Use the table below to help determine the causes of the problem symptom.

WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – DEFOGGER RELAY Components Side: Main Body ECU (Vehicle Front Side) WS–147 DEFOGGER RELAY ON-VEHICLE INSPECTION 1. (b) Using an ohmmeter. measure the resistance between the terminals of the DEF fuse. INSPECT MAIN BODY ECU (DEFOGGER RELAY) (a) Remove the DEF fuse. (d) Using an ohmmeter. (f) Turn the defogger switch ON. Standard Voltage: 10 to 14 V DEF Fuse 4F-2 Main Body ECU (Vehicle Rear Side) 4Q-12 4Q-4 B121544E01 WS . (g) Using a voltmeter. Standard Resistance: Below 1 Ω (c) Install the DEF fuse. measure the resistance between terminals 4Q-12 and 4Q-4 of the main body ECU connector. measure the voltage between terminal 4F-2 of the main body ECU connector and body ground. Standard Resistance: Below 1 Ω (e) Turn the ignition switch ON.

measure the voltage at the center of each defogger wire as shown in the illustration. (c) Check the voltage. (g) The point where the voltage drops from approximately 10 V to 0 V is where the defogger wire is broken. the voltmeter should indicate 0 V at the positive (+) end of the defogger wire but the indicated voltage gradually increases to approximately 12 V as the meter probe moves toward the other end. HINT: If the defogger wire is not broken. (b) Turn the defogger switch ON. (b) Check that the indicator illuminates and the rear window defogger becomes warm when the rear defogger switch is pressed. (c) Check that the indicator turns off and the rear window defogger operation terminates after approximately 15 minutes. the wire may be faulty between the center of the wire and the battery. If there is no voltage.WS–148 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – WINDOW DEFOGGER WIRE WINDOW DEFOGGER WIRE ON-VEHICLE INSPECTION 1. (d) Place the positive (+) voltmeter probe against the defogger wire on the battery side. the wire may be faulty between the center of the wire and the ground. Standard Voltage Approximately 5 V Approximately 10 or 0 V Condition Wire not broken Wire broken At Center Tester Probe Defogger Wire Tin Foil WS B111142E02 NOTICE: When measuring the voltage. 2. INSPECT BACK DOOR GLASS (DEFOGGER WIRE) (a) Turn the ignition switch ON. INSPECT REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER (a) Check the operation. (f) Slide the positive (+) probe from the battery side to the ground side. 0V Foil Strip Less than 10 V Ground Side (-) (+) Battery Side Broken Wire B106757E01 . HINT: If there is approximately 10 V. wrap a piece of tin foil around the tip of the negative tester probe and press the foil against the wire with your finger. as shown in the illustration. (e) Place the foil strip on the negative (-) voltmeter probe against the wire on the ground side. (1) Using a voltmeter.

apply a small amount of the agent to the wire. B106759 WS . (d) Using a fine tip brush. NOTICE: Do not repair the defogger wire again for at least 24 hours. 4817 or the equivalent). wax and silicone remover. REPAIR DEFOGGER WIRE (a) Clean the broken wire tips with grease. remove the masking tape.WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – WINDOW DEFOGGER WIRE Repair Point WS–149 REPAIR 1. Masking Tape Broken Wire B106758E01 (c) Thoroughly stir the repair agent (Dupont paste No. (e) After a few minutes. (b) Place masking tape along both sides of the wire. IF NECESSARY.

WS–150 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS BODY WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – QUARTER WINDOW GLASS (for 3 Door) QUARTER WINDOW GLASS (for 3 Door) COMPONENTS PACKAGE TRAY TRIM PANEL ASSEMBLY WS DECK BOARD SUB-ASSEMBLY DECK FLOOR BOX RH DECK FLOOR BOX LH B114273E01 .

27) x4 N*m (kgf*cm. 1 REAR SEAT LEG COVER 37 (375. 27) x7 WS for Bench Reclining Hold Down Seat Type: REAR SEAT BACK ASSEMBLY REAR SEAT CUSHION COVER PAD 37 (375. ft*lbf) : Specified torque B121713E01 .WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – QUARTER WINDOW GLASS (for 3 Door) WS–151 for 60/40 Slide Reclining Hold Down Seat Type: NO. 2 REAR SEAT LEG COVER NO. 1 REAR SEAT LEG COVER REAR SEAT ASSEMBLY 37 (375. 27) x6 REAR SEAT ASSEMBLY for LH Side: NO.

WS–152 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – QUARTER WINDOW GLASS (for 3 Door) WS FRONT DOOR OPENING TRIM WEATHERSTRIP FRONT QUARTER TRIM PANEL ASSEMBLY FRONT DOOR SCUFF PLATE B128441E02 .

WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – QUARTER WINDOW GLASS (for 3 Door) WS–153 QUARTER WINDOW GLASS QUARTER WINDOW MOULDING OUTSIDE FRONT QUARTER WINDOW GLASS SPACER WS B118084E01 Non-reusable part .

REMOVE PACKAGE TRAY TRIM PANEL ASSEMBLY (See page IR-48) REMOVE DECK BOARD SUB-ASSEMBLY (See page IR-48) REMOVE DECK FLOOR BOX RH (See page IR-48) REMOVE DECK FLOOR BOX LH (See page IR-48) REMOVE NO. . REMOVE REAR SEAT CUSHION COVER PAD (for Bench Reclining Hold Down Seat Type) (See page SE-114) 2. • The procedure described below is for the LH side. (b) for LH Side: (1) Remove the No. REMOVE REAR SEAT BACK ASSEMBLY (for Bench Reclining Hold Down Seat Type) (See page SE-115) 11. 5. 1 REAR SEAT LEG COVER (for 60/40 Slide Reclining Hold Down Seat Type) (a) for RH Side: (1) Remove the No.WS–154 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – QUARTER WINDOW GLASS (for 3 Door) REMOVAL NOTICE: Always use "Torx" socket wrench E10 when removing the rear seat. HINT: • Use the same procedure for both the RH and LH sides. DISCONNECT CABLE FROM NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL Wait for at least 90 seconds after disconnecting the cable to prevent the airbag from working. REMOVE FRONT DOOR SCUFF PLATE HINT: Use the same procedure as for the RH side (see page AV-184). 6. 1 rear seat leg cover (see page SE-89). 1. 1 rear seat leg cover (see page SE-70). 4. 9. 10. WS 7. 3. 8. 2 REAR SEAT LEG COVER (for 60/40 Slide Reclining Hold Down Seat Type LH Side) (See page SE-70) REMOVE REAR SEAT ASSEMBLY (for 60/40 Slide Reclining Hold Down Seat Type) (a) for RH Side: (1) Remove the rear seat assembly (see page SE89). (b) for LH Side: (1) Remove the rear seat assembly (see page SE71). REMOVE NO.

Cut 14. B116961E01 Protective Tape Piano Wire 15. Then pull and remove it by hand. NOTICE: Do not damage the vehicle body with the knife. insert piano wires between the vehicle body and quarter window. WS B116962E01 INSTALLATION 1. REMOVE QUARTER WINDOW GLASS (a) Apply protective tape to the outer circumference of the quarter window. BO04421E01 . NOTICE: • Do not touch the glass surface after cleaning it. REMOVE QUARTER WINDOW MOULDING OUTSIDE FRONT (a) Using a knife. as shown in the illustration. clean the glass with a non-residue solvent.WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – QUARTER WINDOW GLASS (for 3 Door) WS–155 12. as shown in the illustration. • Even if using a new glass. 13. REMOVE FRONT QUARTER TRIM PANEL ASSEMBLY HINT: Use the same procedure as for the RH side (see page AV-184). SEPARATE FRONT DOOR OPENING TRIM WEATHERSTRIP HINT: Use the same procedure as for the RH side (see page AV-184). (b) From the interior. HINT: Make a partial cut in the quarter window moulding outside front. CLEAN QUARTER WINDOW GLASS (a) Clean the outer circumference of the glass with a non-residue solvent. cut off the quarter window moulding outside front. wooden blocks) to all wire ends. (c) Tie objects that can serve as handles (for example. (d) Cut through the adhesive by pulling the piano wire around the quarter window. do not damage the vehicle's paintwork or exterior/interior ornaments. NOTICE: When separating the quarter window from the vehicle.

wipe off the primer with a clean shop rag or piece of cloth before it dries.WS–156 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – QUARTER WINDOW GLASS (for 3 Door) HINT: Since the pin is for positioning the glass. apply Primer G to the edge of the quarter window and contact surface. NOTICE: Do not damage the vehicle body. A A A-A a INSTALL QUARTER WINDOW MOULDING OUTSIDE FRONT (a) Using a brush or sponge. Adhesive Adhesive 2. (1) Using a knife. as shown in the illustration. Vehicle Body B073084E02 CLEAN VEHICLE BODY (a) Clean and shape the contact surface of the vehicle body. (b) Install 3 new spacers onto the glass. even if damaged.374 in.5 mm (0. (2) Clean the contact surface of the vehicle body with a shop rag or piece of cloth saturated with cleaner. there is no need to replace it with a new one when reusing the glass. HINT: If Primer G is applied to any areas other than those specified.) B121547E01 . • Throw away any leftover Primer G. (b) Install the quarter window moulding outside front. HINT: Leave as much adhesive on the vehicle body as possible. 3. HINT: Clean the vehicle body even if all the adhesive has been removed. cut away any rough adhesive on the contact surface of the vehicle body to ensure the appropriate surface shape. INSTALL QUARTER WINDOW GLASS SPACER (a) Coat the installation parts of the spacers with Primer G. as shown in the illustration. Specification Area a Measurement 9. NOTICE: • Allow the primer to dry for 3 minutes or more. • Do not apply too much Primer G. WS B118063 4.

236 in. • Throw away any leftover Primer G.WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – QUARTER WINDOW GLASS (for 3 Door) CORRECT Primer M WRONG Primer M Adhesive H002865E01 WS–157 5. WS . HINT: If Primer G is applied to any areas other than those specified. apply Primer G to the edge of the quarter window and contact surface.) 14 mm (0. Specification Area a b Measurement 6. INSTALL QUARTER WINDOW GLASS (a) Using a brush.866 in.) 22 mm (0. • Do not apply too much Primer G. • Do not apply too much Primer M.) 7.5 mm (0.) B B c d A-A a b B-B c d B116963E01 NOTICE: • Allow the primer to dry for 3 minutes or more. A A (b) Using a brush or sponge. wipe off the primer with a clean shop rag or piece of cloth before it dries. apply Primer M to the exposed part of the vehicle body.551 in.295 in. NOTICE: • Allow the primer to dry for 3 minutes or more. • Do not apply Primer M to the adhesive.0 mm (0. • Throw away any leftover Primer M.

remove any excessive or protruding adhesive. • Check that the pins are attached to the body correctly. (3) Using a scraper. Specification Area Measurement 8 mm (0. (2) Lightly press the front surface of the glass to ensure a close fit. NOTICE: • Allow the primer coating to dry for 3 minutes or more.571 in. Adhesive: Part No. Usage Time Frame Temperature 35°C (95°F) 20°C (68°F) Usage Time Frame 15 minutes 1 hour 40 minutes 8 hours B B 5°C (41°F) A-A (2) Load the sealer gun with the cartridge.472 in.315 in.) 12 mm (0. (3) Apply adhesive to the quarter window as shown in the illustration. Minimum time Adhesive B073131E02 Temperature 35°C (95°F) 20°C (68°F) 5°C (41°F) Minimum time prior to driving vehicle 1 hour 30 minutes 5 hours 24 hours .WS–158 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – QUARTER WINDOW GLASS (for 3 Door) b a A A (c) Apply adhesive.) a b c d c b a d e B116964E01 B-B e WS (d) Install the quarter window glass to the body.) 14. HINT: Apply adhesive to the quarter window glass rim. • Check the clearance between the body and glass.) 13 mm (0.5 mm (0. HINT: After cutting off the tip.512 in.) 8 mm (0.315 in. (1) Hold the quarter window glass in place securely with protective tape or the equivalent until the adhesive hardens. 08850-00801 or the equivalent (1) Cut the tip off the cartridge nozzle. use all adhesive within the time indicated in the table below. NOTICE: Do not to drive the vehicle within the time indicated in the table below. as shown in the illustration.

10. INSTALL DECK BOARD SUB-ASSEMBLY (See page IR-83) 18. 1 REAR SEAT LEG COVER (for 60/40 Slide Reclining Hold Down Seat Type) (a) for RH Side: (1) Install the No. INSTALL FRONT QUARTER TRIM PANEL ASSEMBLY HINT: Use the same procedure as for the RH side (see page AV-186). 13. 8. 7. (b) Seal any leakage with auto glass sealer. INSTALL NO. INSTALL NO. (b) for LH Side: (1) Install the No. 1 rear seat leg cover (see page SE-85). INSTALL DECK FLOOR BOX LH (See page IR-83) 17.WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – QUARTER WINDOW GLASS (for 3 Door) WS–159 6. 2 REAR SEAT LEG COVER (for 60/40 Slide Reclining Hold Down Seat Type LH Side) (See page SE-85) 12. INSTALL REAR SEAT BACK ASSEMBLY (for Bench Reclining Hold Down Seat Type) (See page SE-122) 14. 11. INSTALL REAR SEAT ASSEMBLY (for 60/40 Slide Reclining Hold Down Seat Type) (a) for RH Side: (1) Install the rear seat assembly (see page SE102). INSTALL REAR SEAT CUSHION COVER PAD (for Bench Reclining Hold Down Seat Type) (See page SE-123) 15. INSTALL FRONT DOOR OPENING TRIM WEATHERSTRIP HINT: Use the same procedure as for the RH side (see page AV-186). 9. INSTALL FRONT DOOR SCUFF PLATE HINT: Use the same procedure as for the RH side (see page AV-186). (b) for LH Side: (1) Install the rear seat assembly (see page SE84). INSTALL DECK FLOOR BOX RH (See page IR-83) 16. 1 rear seat leg cover (see page SE-103). INSTALL PACKAGE TRAY TRIM PANEL ASSEMBLY (See page IR-83) WS . CHECK FOR LEAKAGE AND REPAIR (a) Conduct a leak test after the adhesive has completely hardened.

4 N*m (55 kgf*cm. 48 in.*lbf) WS .WS–160 WINDSHIELD / WINDOWGLASS – QUARTER WINDOW GLASS (for 3 Door) 19. CONNECT CABLE TO NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL Torque: 5.

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