Troubleshooting No

PASSENGER SEAT BELT WARNING LIGHT DOES NOT OPERATE

CLOCK WILL NOT OPERATE

Clock Assembly

ACC +B PSEW ILL

ECU-ACC Fuse RAD Fuse

Meter

Wire Harness Side

(a) Turn ignition switch ON.

(b) Check that the battery positive voltage is 10 - 16 V. If voltage is not as specified, replace the battery.

(c) Check that the RAD and ECU-ACC fuses are not blown. If the fuse Is blown, replace the fuse and check for short.

(d) Troubleshoot the clock as follows. HINT:

inspect the connector on the wire harness side.

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Wire Harness Side

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Is there battery positive voltage between terminal +8 and

No _

+B wire harness faulty.

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body ground?

Is there battery positive voltage between terminal ACC and

No

+B wire harness faulty.

body ground?

I Yes

Is there battery positive voltage between terminal GND and

No

Ground wire harnss faulty.

body ground?

Replace clock.

3. TROUBLESHOOTING NO.2

CLOCK LOSES OR GAINS TIME

Clock Assembly ACC +B PBEW ILL E

ECU-ACC Fuse

RAD Fuse

Combination Meter

TAIL Fuse Ground

Wire Harness Side

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(a) Turn ignition switch ON.

(b) Check thai the battery positive voltage is 10 - 16 V. If voltage is not as specified, replace the battery.

(c) Inspect the error of the clock. Allowable error (per day): ± 1.5 seconds

If the error exceeds the allowable error, replace the clock.

(d) Check that the clock adjusting button is sticking in position and has failed to return.

if the error exceeds the allowable error, replace the clock.

{e> Troubleshoot the clock as follows.

HINT:

Inspect the connector on the wire harness side.

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