Power Lock Toyota Tacoma 2000

Washer Tank • Washer Fluid Level Warning Switch

Clock Assembly

• Passenger Seat Belt Warning Light

Occupant Detection Sensor

Combination Meter • Meter Circuit

Light Control Rheostat

Ignition Switch

Clock Assembly

• Passenger Seat Belt Warning Light

Combination Meter • Meter Circuit

Light Control Rheostat

Ignition Switch

Seat Sensors For Occupant Detection

Occupant Detection Sensor

Center Junction Block

Seat Belt Buckle Switch Parking Brake Switch

Door Courtesy Switches

Door Courtesy Switches

Fuel Senders Rav4
Fuel Sender Gauge

Connector "A"

Connector "B"

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2

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Carina Speedometer Wiring

: Speedometer Tachometer

10 11 12

20 21 22

Wiring connector side

Sport mode switch Headlight dimmer switch Headlight

Turn signaf switch {Left side) Light control rheostat Evaporator temp, sensor Ground Ground

Speed control unit Ground ECU-B Fuse ECM (MPX circuit) Heater main reiay SRS Fuse

Airbag sensor assembly Cruise control ECU Light control rheostat Evaporator temp, sensor Ground

Speed sensor {Si terminal) Back-up light switch WARNING Fuse

1 Generator

2 Clock (Passenger seat belt warning)

3 Body ECU

4 TAIL Fuse

6 ECM (Tacho signal)

7 ECM

8 ABS ECU {Parking brake switch signai) ® 9 Turn signal switch (Right side)

10 A/C control panel {A/C switch indicator)

11 ABS ECU

12 Automatic light control sensor

13 O/D off switch

14 Front defogger switch

15 A/C switch

16 HEAD RH-LO Fuse

17 ABSECU

18 ECM {MPX circuit)

MPX: Multiplex communication Temp. : Temperature

COMPONENTS

Meter Case

Meter Case

Character Plate

Circuit Plate

Character Plate

Circuit Plate

Meter Circuit Toyota Four Runner 2001

Meter Plate

Meter Glass

Meter Plate

Meter Glass

Tacoma Glass Combination Meter

disassembly

COMBINATION METER COVER:

(a) Remove the 8 screws.

(b) Remove the combination meter cover.

(c) Remove the meter circuit plate.

(d) Remove the 6 clips and the meter gfass.

(e) Remove the 4 clips and the meter plate.

INSPECTION

1. INSPECT SPEEDOMETER ON-VEHICIE

Using a speedometer tester, inspect the speedometer for allowable indication error and check the operation of the odometer. HINT:

Tire wear and tire over or under inflation will increase the indication error.

If error is excessive, replace the speedometer.

USA (mph)

CANADA (km,ti)

Standard indication

Allowable range

Standard indication

Alfowable range

20

19- 2?.

20

18-23

40

39 - 42.5

40

40-44

60

5.9.5-63.5

60

60 -64.5

80

80-85

80

80-85

too

100 -105.5

100

100-105

120

120-125.5

120

120- 125.5

140

140-146

160

160 • 167

2. INSPECT SPEEDOMETER RESISTANCE

Measure the resistance between terminals with fixing pointer to the stopper.

2. INSPECT SPEEDOMETER RESISTANCE

Measure the resistance between terminals with fixing pointer to the stopper.

Tester connection

Resistance (Q)

A-B

250

C-D

250

if resistance value is not as specified, replace the meter.

if resistance value is not as specified, replace the meter.

3. INSPECT VEHICLE SPEED SENSOR OPERATION

(a) Connect the positive {+) lead from battery to terminal 1 and negative (~) lead to terminal 2.

(b) Connect the positive (+) lead from tester to terminal 3 and negative {-) lead to terminal 2.

(c) Rotate shaft.

(d) Check that there is voltage change from approx. 0 V to 11 V or more between terminals 2 and 3.

HINT:

The voltage change should be 4 times for every revolution of the speed sensor shaft.

If operation is not as specified, replace the sensor.

4. INSPECT TACHOMETER ON-VEHICLE

(a) Connect a tune-op test tachometer, and start the engine.

NOTICE:

Reversing the connection of the tachometer will damage the transistors and diodes inside.

(b) Compare the tester indications with tachometer indications.

RPM (DC 13.5 V, 25 *C (77 "F))

Standard indication

Allowable range

700

700 - 770

1,000

900-1,100

2.000

1.850-2,150

3,000

2,800-3,200

4,000

3.800-4,200

5,000

4,800 -5,200

6,000

5,800 - 6,200

7,000

6,800 - 7.200

If error is excessive, replace the tachometer.

If error is excessive, replace the tachometer.

5. INSPECT TACHOMETER RESISTANCE

Measure the resistance between terminals with fixing pointer to the stopper.

5. INSPECT TACHOMETER RESISTANCE

Measure the resistance between terminals with fixing pointer to the stopper.

Tester connection

Resistance (O)

A - B

250

C-D

250

If resistance value is not as specified, replace the meter.

If resistance value is not as specified, replace the meter.

Ignition Switch

Wire Harness Side

Ignition Switch

6. INSPECT FUEL RECEIVER GAUGE OPERATION

(a) Disconnect the connector from the sender gauge assembly.

(b) Turn the ignition switch ON, check that the receiver gauge needle indicates EMPTY.

Wire Harness Side

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(c) Connect terminals 2 and 3 of the wire harness side connector through a 3.4 W test bulb.

(d) Turn the ignition switch ON, check that the bulb lights up and receiver gauge needle indicators EMPTY.

If operation is not as specified, inspect the sender gauge resistance.

7. INSPECT FUEL SENDER GAUGE RESISTANCE

Measure the resistance between terminals 2 and 3 for each float position.

7. INSPECT FUEL SENDER GAUGE RESISTANCE

Measure the resistance between terminals 2 and 3 for each float position.

Float position: mm (in.)

Resistance (fi)

F: Approx. 75.9 (2.99)

Approx. 3.0

1/2: Approx. 17.2(0.68)

Approx. 31.6

E: Approx. 50.8 (2.00)

Approx. 110.0

If resistance value is not as specified, replace the sender gauge.

If resistance value is as specified, replace the combination meter.

If resistance value is not as specified, replace the sender gauge.

If resistance value is as specified, replace the combination meter.

Engine Coolant Temperature

Gauge

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Sender

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Engine Coolant Temperature gauge

8. INSPECT ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE RECEIVER GAUGE OPERATION

(a) Disconnect the connector from the sender gauge.

(b) Turn the ignition switch ON, check that the receiver gauge needle indicates COOL.

Engine Coolant Temperature gauge

; Battery

(c) Ground terminal of the wire harness side connector through a 3.4 W test bulb.

(d) Turn the ignition switch ON, check that the bulb lights up and the receiver gauge needle moves toward the hot side.

If operation is not as specified, inspect the sender gauge.

Then recheck the system.

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9. INSPECT ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE SENDER GAUGE RESISTANCE

Connect the wire harness as shown in the illustration, and adjust the ammeter pointer to indicate "0" using the slide rheostat, then read the rheostat indication.

9. INSPECT ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE SENDER GAUGE RESISTANCE

Connect the wire harness as shown in the illustration, and adjust the ammeter pointer to indicate "0" using the slide rheostat, then read the rheostat indication.

Temperature 'C f'F)

Resistance (si)

50(122.0)

160-240

120(240.0)

17.1 -21.2

If resistance value is not as specified, replace the engine coolant temperature sender gauge.

if resistance value is as specified, replace the combination meter.

If resistance value is not as specified, replace the engine coolant temperature sender gauge.

if resistance value is as specified, replace the combination meter.

Toyota Wired Gauge Ammeter

10. INSPECT LOW OIL PRESSURE WARNING LIGHT

(a) Disconnect the connector from the warning switch and ground terminal of the wire harness side connector.

(b) Turn the ignition switch ON, check that the warning light lights up.

If the warning light does not light up, test the bulb or inspect wire harness.

11. INSPECT LOW OIL PRESSURE SWITCH CONTINUITY

(a) Check that continuity exists between terminal and ground with the engine stopped.

(b) Check that no continuity exists between terminal and ground with the engine running.

HINT;

Oil pressure should be over 24.5 kPa (0.25 kgf/cm2, 3.55 psi) if operation is not as specified, replace the switch.

Brake System Warning Light

12. INSPECT BRAKE WARNING SYSTEM LIGHT

(a) Disconnect the connector from the brake fluid warning switch.

(b) Connect terminals of the wire harness side of the level warning switch connector.

(c) Start the engine, check that the warning light lights up.

If the warning light does not light up, test the bulb or wire harness.

13. INSPECT BRAKE FLUID LEVEL WARNING SWITCH CONTINUITY

(a) Remove the reservoir tank cap and strainer.

(b) Disconnect the connector.

(c) Check that no continuity exists between terminals with the switch OFF (float up).

(d) Use syphon, etc. to take fluid out of the reservoir tank.

(e) Check that continuity exists between terminals with the switch ON (float down).

(f) Pour the fluid back in the reservoir lank.

If operation is not as specified, replace the switch.

Ignition Switch

; Battery

14. INSPECT PARKING BRAKE WARNING LIGHT

(a) Disconnect the connector from the parking brake switch.

(b) Ground terminal of the wire harness side connector.

(c) Start the engine, check that the warning light lights up.

If the warning light does not light up, test the bulb or inspect wire harness.

Warning Light

15. INSPECT PARKING BRAKE SWITCH CONTINUITY

(a) Check that continuity exists between terminal and switch body with the switch ON (switch pin released).

(b) Check that no continuity exists between terminal and switch body with the switch OFF (switch pin pushed in).

If operation is not as specified, replace the switch or inspect ground point.

Warning Light ignition Switch

; Battery

16, INSPECT OPEN DOOR WARNING LIGHT

Disconnect the connector from the door courtesy switch, and ground terminal 1 of the wire harness side connector and check that the warning light lights up.

If the warning light does not tight up, inspect the bulb or wire harness.

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17. INSPECT LIGHT CONTROL RHEOSTAT OPERATION

Gradually, turn the rheostat knob from the bright side to dark side and check that the resistance decreases from 10 k£3 to 0 Q. between terminal 2 and 1. (Rheostat knob turned to clockwise)

if operation is not as specified, replace the rheostat light control.

ELECTRIC TENSION REDUCER SYSTEM LOCATION

Buckle Switch

Celica Headlights Retractor
(in Retractor Assembly)

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INSPECTION

INSPECT TENSION REDUCER SOLENOID OPERATION

Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 1, and the negative (-) lead to terminai 2. Pull the belt upward and check that the belt is siowly retracted when released.

(c) Disconnect the lead from the battery.

(d) Pull the belt upward and check that the belt is retracted more quickly when released than in (b).

HINT:

Do not tilt the retractor.

If the operation is not as specified, replace the front seat outer belt assembly.

2. INSPECT BUCKLE SWITCH CONTINUITY

(a) Check that continuity exists between terminals of the switch side connector with the switch ON (belt fastened).

(b) Check that no continuity exists between terminals of the switch side connector with the switch OFF (belt unfastened).

If operation is not as specified, replace the seat belt inner.

DEFOGGER SYSTEM LOCATION

ignition Switch ignition Switch

Heater Control Panel • Defogger Switch

Center Junction Block

• Defogger Relay

Heater Control Panel • Defogger Switch

Center Junction Block

• Defogger Relay

Center Junction Relay Celica
Defogger Wire

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INSPECTION

1. INSPECT DEFOGGER TIMER OPERATION

(a) Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 1 and negative (-) lead to terminal 3.

(b) Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 5 through a 3.4 W test bulb.

(c) Turn the defogger switch ON and check that the indicator light and test bulb light up for 12 for 18 minutes, then the indicator light and test bulb lights go out.

If operation is not as specified, replace the switch.

2. INSPECT DEFOGGER SWITCH CIRCUIT Connector disconnected:

Disconnect the connector from the switch and inspect the connector on wire harness side, as shown in the chart.

Tester connection

Condition

Specified condition

3 - Ground

Constant

Continuity

5 - Ground

Ignition switch LOCK or ACC

No voit age

5 - Ground

ignition switch ON

Battery positive voitage

If the circuit is not as specified, replace the switch.

If the circuit is not as specified, replace the switch.

Wire Harness Side

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2

3

4

5

6

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3. INSPECT DEFOGGER SWITCH CIRCUIT Connector connected:

Connect the connector from the switch and inspect the wire harness side connector from the back side, as shown in the chart.

3. INSPECT DEFOGGER SWITCH CIRCUIT Connector connected:

Connect the connector from the switch and inspect the wire harness side connector from the back side, as shown in the chart.

Tester connection

Condition

Specili9<f condition

5 - Ground

Ignition switch ON and delogger switch OFF

Battery positive voltage

5 - Ground

Ignition switch ON and defogger switch ON

No voltage

If the circuit is not as specified, try replacing the switch with a new one.

if the circuit is not as specified, inspect the circuit connected to other parts.

If the circuit is not as specified, try replacing the switch with a new one.

if the circuit is not as specified, inspect the circuit connected to other parts.

Overdrive Relay For 2000 Toyota Tacoma
4. INSPECT DEFOGGER RELAY CONTINUITY

Condition

Tester connection

Specified condition

Constant

1 2

Continuity

Apply B+ between terminals 1 and 2,

3-5

Continuity

If continuity is not as specified, replace the relay.

If continuity is not as specified, replace the relay.

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5. INSPECT DEFOGGER WIRE

NOTICE:

• When cleaning the glass, use a soft, dry cloth, and wipe the glass in the direction of the wire. Take care not to damage the wires.

• Do not use detergents or glass cleaners with abrasive ingredients.

• When measuring voltage, wind a piece of tin foil around the top of the negative probe and press the foil against the wire with your finger, as shown.

(a) Turn the ignition switch ON.

(b) Turn the defogger switch ON.

(c) Inspect the voltage at the center of each heat wire, as shown.

Voltage

Criteria

Approx. 5 V

Okay (No break in wire)

Approx 10V ot OV

Broken wire

BODY ELECTRICAL - OEFOGGEH SYSTEM

HINT:

If there is approximate!/ 10 V, the wire is broken between the center of the wire and the positive (+) end. If there is no voltage, the wire is broken between the center of the wire and ground.

(d) Place the voltmeter positive (+) lead against the defogger positive (+) terminal.

(e) Place the voltmeter negative {-) iead with the foil strip against the heat wire at the positive (+) terminal end and slide it toward the negative {-) terminal end,

(f) The point where the voltmeter deflects from zero to several V is the place where the heat wire is broken.

HINT:

If the heat wire is not broken, the voltmeter indicates 0 V at the positive (+) end of the heat wire but gradually increases to about 12 V as the meter probe is moved to the other end.

POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM LOCATION

Power Window Master Switch

Window Lock Switch

Ignition Switch

Window Lock Switch

Ignition Switch

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Center Junction Block

Center Junction Block

Power Window Motor

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POWER WINDOW CONTROL SYSTEM

INSPECTION

1. INSPECT POWER WINDOW MASTER SWITCH CONTINUITY Driver's switch:

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Specified condition

UP

2 -9, 17-18

Continuity

OEF

9-17, 17- 18

Continuity

DOWN

2 -18, 9-17

Continuity

DOWN AUTO

2-18, 9-17

Continuity

Passenger's switch (Window unlock):

Switch position

Tester connection

Specified condition

UP

1-11, 10-17

Continuity

OFF

1 - 17, 10- 17

Continuity

DOWN

10-11, 1 - 17

Continuity

Passenger's switch (Window lock):

Switch position

Tester connection

Specified condition

UP

1 - 11

Continuity

OFF

1-10

Continuity

OOWN

10-11

Continuity

If continuity is not as specified, replace the switch.

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2. INSPECT POWER MAIN RELAY CONTINUITY

Condition

Tester connection

Specified condition

Constant

1-2

Continuity

Apply 8+ between terminals 1 and 2.

3-5

Continuity

If continuity is not as specified, replace the relay.

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3. Driver's door:

INSPECT POWER WINDOW MOTOR OPERATION

(a) Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 1 and the negative {-) lead to terminal 2, check that the motor turns clockwise.

(b) Reverse the polarity, check that the motor turns counterclockwise.

If operation is not as specified, replace the motor.

4. Passenger's door:

INSPECT POWER WINDOW MOTOR OPERATION

(a) Connect the positive (+) lead irom the battery to terminal 1 and the negative (-) lead to terminal 2, check that the motor turns clockwise.

(b) Reverse the poiarity, check that the motor turns counterclockwise.

if operation is not as specified, replace the motor.

Driver's door; INSPECT PTC OPERATION

Disconnect the connector from the window motor. Connect the positive {+} lead from the ammeter to terminal 1 of the wire harness side connector and the negative (-) lead to negative terminal of the battery. Connect the positive {+} lead from the battery to terminal 2 of the wire harness side connector, and raise the window to the fully closed position.

Continue to apply voltage, check that the current changes from approximately 14 A to less than 1 A within 4 to 90 seconds.

Disconnect the leads from terminals. Approximately 90 seconds later, connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 1 and negative (-) lead to terminal 2, check that the window begins to descend. If operation is not as specified, replace the motor.

Passenger's door: INSPECT PTC OPERATION

Disconnect the connector trom the power window switch. Connect the positive {+) lead from the ammeter to terminal 1 of the wire harness side connector and the negative (-) iead to negative terminal of the battery. Connect the positive (+) Sead from the battery to terminal 2 of the wire harness side connector, and raise the window to the fully closed position.

Continue to apply voltage, check that the current changes from approximately 14 A to less than 1 A within 4 to 90 seconds.

(e) Disconnect the leads from terminals.

(f) Approximately 90 seconds later, connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 1 and the negative {-) lead to terminal 2, check that the window begins to descend.

If operation is not as specified, replace the motor.

POWER DOOR LOCK CONTROL SYSTEM LOCATION

Power Window Master Switch Door Lock Manual Switch

Power Window Master Switch Door Lock Manual Switch

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Door Courtesy Switches

• Door Unlock Detection Switch

• Door Unlock Detection Switch

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INSPECTION

1. Master switch:

INSPECT DRIVER'S DOOR LOCK CONTROL SWITCH CONTINUITY

Switch position

Tester connection

Specified condition

LOCK

5- 17

Continuity

OFF

-

No continuity

UNLOCK

6-17

Continuity

If continuity is not as specified, replace the switch.

2, Driver's door:

INSPECT DOOR KEY LOCK AND UNLOCK SWITCH CONTINUITY

Switch position

Tester connection

Specified condition

LOCK

3-5

Continuity

OFF

-

No continuity

UNLOCK

3-6

Continuity

If continuity is not as specified, replace the switch.

3. Passenger's door:

INSPECT DOOR KEY LOCK AND UNLOCK SWITCH CONTINUITY

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Specified condition

LOCK

2-4

Continuity

OFF

No continuity

UNLOCK

1 -4

Continuity

LOCK

UNLOCK

If continuity is not as specified, replace the switch.

4. Driver's door:

INSPECT DOOR UNLOCK DETECTION SWITCH CONTINUITY

Switch position

Tester connection

Specified condition

OFF (Door Lock set to LOCK)

-

No continuity

ON (Door Lock set to UNLOCK)

3-4

Continuity

If continuity is not as specified, replace the switch.

5. Passenger's door:

INSPECT DOOR UNLOCK DETECTION SWITCH CONTINUITY

5. Passenger's door:

INSPECT DOOR UNLOCK DETECTION SWITCH CONTINUITY

Switch position

Tester connection

Specified condition

OFF (Door Lock set to LOCK)

-

No continuity

ON (Door Lock set to UNLOCK)

3-4

Continuity

if continuity is not as specified, replace the switch.

UNLOCK

LOCK

UNLOCK LOCK

UNLOCK

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UNLOCK UNLOCK

LOCK

UNLOCK UNLOCK

LOCK

if continuity is not as specified, replace the switch.

6. Driver's door:

INSPECT DOOR LOCK MOTOR OPERATION

(a) Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 1 and the negative {-) lead to terminal 2, and check that the door lock link moves to UNLOCK position.

{b} Reverse the polarity and check that the door lock link moves to LOCK position.

If operation is not as specified, replace the door lock assembly.

7. Passenger's door:

INSPECT DOOR LOCK MOTOR OPERATION

(a) Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 5 and the negative (-) lead to terminal 6, and check that the door lock link moves to UNLOCK position.

(b) Reverse the polarity and check that the door lock link moves to LOCK position.

If operation is not as specified, replace the door lock assembly.

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8. INSPECT DRIVER'S DOOR PTC THERMISTOR OPERATION

(a) Connect the negative {-) lead from the battery to terminal 2.

(b) Connect the positive (+) lead from the ammeter to terminal 1 and the negative {-) lead to battery negative (-) terminal, and check that the current changes from approximately 3.2 A to less than 0.5 A within 20 to 70 seconds.

(c) Disconnect the leads from terminals.

(d) Approximately 60 seconds later, connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 2 and the negative (-} lead to terminal 1, and check that the door lock moves to the LOCK position.

if operation is not as specified, replace the door lock assembly.

9. INSPECT PASSENGER'S DOOR PTC THERMISTOR OPERATION

(a) Connect the negative (-) lead from the battery to terminal 6.

(b) Connect the positive (+) lead from the ammeter to terminal 5 and the negative (-) lead to battery negative (-) terminal, and check that the current changes from approximately 3.2 A to less than 0.5 A within 20 to 70 seconds.

(c) Disconnect the leads from terminals.

(d) Approximately 60 seconds later, connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 6 and the negative (-) lead to terminal 5, and check that the door lock moves to the LOCK position.

If operation is not as specified, replace the door lock assembly.

10. INSPECT DRIVER'S DOOR PTC THERMISTOR OPERATION

(a) Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 1 and the negative {-} lead to terminal 2.

(b) Attach a current-measuring probe to either the positive (+) lead or the negative (-) lead, and check that the current changes from approximately 3.2 A to less than 0.5 A within 20 to 70 seconds.

(c) Disconnect the leads from terminals.

(d) Approximately 60 seconds later, reverse the polarity, and check that the door lock moves to the LOCK position.

If operation is not as specified, replace the door lock assembly.

11. INSPECT PASSENGER'S DOOR PTC THERMISTOR OPERATION

(a) Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal 5 and the negative (-) lead to terminal 6.

(b) Attach a current-measuring probe to either the positive (+) lead or the negative {-) lead, and check that the current changes from approximately 3.2 A to less than 0.5 A within 20 to 70 seconds.

(c) Disconnect the leads from terminals.

(d) Approximately 60 seconds later, reverse the polarity, and check that the door lock moves to the LOCK position.

If operation is not as specified, replace the door iock assembly.

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12. INSPECT BACK DOOR LOCK MOTOR OPERATION

Connect the positive (+) lead from the battery to terminal t and the negative (-) fead to terminal 2, and check that the door lock link moves to UNLOCK position.

If operation is not as specified, replace the door lock assembly.

WIRELESS DOOR LOCK CONTROL SYSTEM LOCATION

2000 Toyota Celica Odometer Fuse

Center Junction Block * Body ECU

Transmitter

Center Junction Block * Body ECU

Transmitter

Ignition Switch • Key Unlock Warning Switch

Door Lock Assembly

• Door Unlock Detection Switch

Ignition Switch • Key Unlock Warning Switch

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Back Door Lock Motor

Wireless Door Lock Control Receiver

Door Courtesy Switches

PANIC

PANIC

Back Door Lock Motor

Wireless Door Lock Control Receiver

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PRE-CHECK

Only wireless function (Remote control) will not operate.

(If a new transmitter or a transmitter of the same type that works property with the vehicle is not available.)

(Make the vehicle in the initialized condition:

The initialized condition is the condition when the following conditions are satisfied.

(1) Key plate has not been inserted in the ignition key cylinder.

(2) All the doors are closed. (Door warning light is off.)

(3) All the doors are locked.

Transmitter battery check:

Replace the transmitter battery with a new or normal one and check UNLOCK-LOCK (unction works under the standard operation. <Reference>

• The battery should be replaced by only the shops with sufficient skill as new normal battery is necessary.

• Battery quality can be judged by checking the remnant volume of the battery.

Make the vehicle be in the initialized condition.

Make the vehicle be in the initialized condition.

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