Miscellaneous

MISCELLANEOUS LOCATION

Component

Location

A/C Power Transistor

On right rear of vehicle. See Fig. 7.

Active Brake Booster

On left rear of engine compartment. See Fig. 1.

Air Pump

Top of engine. See Fig. 1.

Antenna Amplifier

Behind right center of dash. See Fig. 3.

Canister Pump Motor

Side of fuel tank. See Fig. 8.

Curtain Airbag Squib LH

Left "C" pillar. See Fig. 7.

Curtain Airbag Squib RH

Right "C" pillar. See Fig. 7.

Data Link Connector 3

Behind lower left side of dash, right of steering column. See Fig. 4.

Daytime Running Light Resistor

Behind left headlight. See Fig. 1.

Diode (Interior Light No. 1)

At base of right "B" pillar. See Fig. 7.

Diode (Interior Light No. 2)

At base of left "B" pillar. See Fig. 7.

Diode (Rear Washer)

Right side of dash. See Fig. 4.

Fuel Pump Resistor

On left rear of engine compartment, below master cylinder. See Fig. 1.

Generator

Front right side of engine. See Fig. 1.

Glass Breakage Sensor Microphone

Behind left side of dash. See Fig. 4.

Height Control Compressor

At left rear quarterpanel. See Fig. 7.

Horn (High)

Left front of engine compartment. See Fig. 1.

Horn (Low)

Right front of engine compartment. See Fig. 1.

Ignition Coil & Igniter No. 1 - 8

Above respective spark plug, on each cylinder head.

See Fig. 1.

Junction Connector No. 22

On left side of liftgate. See Fig. 7.

Junction Connector 1

On right front of engine compartment. See Fig. 2.

Junction Connector 2, 3, 4 & 5

On left side of engine compartment, near engine room J/B. See Fig. 2.

Junction Connector 6 & 7

Behind left kick panel. See Fig. 5.

Junction Connector 8 & 9

Behind left end of dash. See Fig. 5.

Junction Connector 10, 11, 16, 18, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55 & 56

Behind right end of dash. See Fig. 5.

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Junction Connector 17

Behind left center of dash. See Fig. 5.

Junction Connector 19, 20 & 21

On left rear of cargo area, behind trim panel. See

Fig. 7.

Junction Connector 24

Under driver's seat. See Fig. 9.

Junction Connector 28

Near engine room J/B. See Fig. 2.

Junction Connector 29, 30, 31, 32, 33 &34

Left kick panel. See Fig. 5.

Junction Connector 35 & 36

Left end of dash. See Fig. 5.

Junction Connector 37, 38, 39 & 40

Left side of dash. See Fig. 5.

Junction Connector 41, 42 & 43

Right side of dash. See Fig. 5.

Junction Connector 44, 45, 46, 47, 48 & 49

Right kick panel. See Fig. 5.

Junction Connector 50

Left side of engine compartment. See Fig. 2.

Noise Filter No. 1 (Ignition System)

On top center of engine. See Fig. 2.

Pretensioner (Left)

At base of left "B" pillar, behind trim panel. See

Fig. 8.

Pretensioner (Right)

At base of right "B" pillar, behind trim panel. See

Fig. 8.

Theft Deterrent Horn

Left side of engine compartment. See Fig. 2.

Tire Pressure Monitor Receiver

On center rear of roof. See Fig. 16.

Voltage Inverter

Left rear corner of luggage compartment. See Fig.

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CONNECTORS

CONNECTORS LOCATION

Component

Location

BA1 (13 Pin)

At left "B" pillar. See Fig. 12.

BB1 (Black, 8 Pin)

Under right front seat. See Fig. 12.

BB2 (8 Pin)

Under right front seat. See Fig. 12.

BC1 (13 Pin)

At right "B" pillar. See Fig. 12.

BD1 (4 Pin)

At left rear of roof. See Fig. 12.

BD2 (14 Pin)

At left rear of roof. See Fig. 12.

BF1 (14 Pin)

At left side of tailgate. See Fig. 12.

BG4 (Gray, 5 Pin)

Behind rear bumper. See Fig. 12.

BG5 (Black, 2 Pin)

Behind rear bumper. See Fig. 12.

BH1 (8 Pin)

At right side rear quarterpanel. See Fig. 12.

BI2 (White, 17 Pin)

Under left front seat. See Fig. 13.

BK1 (White, 6 Pin)

Under right front seat. See Fig. 13.

BL1 (White, 6 Pin)

Under right front seat. See Fig. 13.

BM1(White, 8 Pin)

At left side of rear bumper. See Fig. 12.

BM2 (Black, 5 Pin)

At left side of rear bumper. See Fig. 12.

BN1 (Gray, 8 Pin)

At left side of room partition crossmember. See Fig.

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EB4 (Gray, 8 Pin)

Near starter. See Fig. 10.

EB5 (Dark Gray, 6 Pin)

Near starter. See Fig. 10.

EC1 (Gray, 6 Pin)

Near transmission. See Fig. 10.

ED2 (Black, 8 Pin)

Under engine room R/B. See Fig. 10.

IA1 (Gray, 26 Pin)

At left kick panel. See Fig. 11.

IA3 (Yellow, 2 Pin)

At left kick panel. See Fig. 11.

IA4

Left kick panel. See Fig. 11.

IA5 (Black, 13 Pin)

At left kick panel. See Fig. 11.

IB1 (Gray, 13 Pin)

At left kick panel. See Fig. 11.

IC4 (Gray, 8 Pin)

At left kick panel. See Fig. 11.

ID1 (2 Pin)

At left side of dash. See Fig. 11.

ID2 (White, 32 Pin)

At left side of dash. See Fig. 11.

ID3

Left side of dash. See Fig. 11.

IE1 (6 Pin)

At left dash brace. See Fig. 11.

IF1 (15 Pin)

Under right side of center console. See Fig. 11.

IF2 (Gray, 14 Pin)

Under right side of center console. See Fig. 11.

IF3 (White, 24 Pin)

Under right side of center console. See Fig. 11.

IF4 (White, 16 Pin)

Under right side of center console. See Fig. 11.

IG1 (13 Pin)

At right side of dash. See Fig. 11.

IG4 (White, 26 Pin)

At right side of dash. See Fig. 11.

II1 (Blue, 8 Pin)

At right kick panel. See Fig. 11.

II2 (Gray, 13 Pin)

At right kick panel. See Fig. 11.

IJ3 (White, 22 Pin)

At right kick panel. See Fig. 11.

IL1 (White, 26 Pin)

At right kick panel. See Fig. 11.

IL2 (Gray, 16 Pin)

At right kick panel. See Fig. 11.

IL3 (Yellow, 2 Pin)

At right kick panel. See Fig. 11.

IM1 (White, 5 Pin)

At left dash brace. See Fig. 11.

IN1 (White, 18 Pin)

Below rear of center console. See Fig. 11.

GROUNDS

GROUNDS LOCATION

Component

Location

BH

At left "B" pillar. See Fig. 12.

BI

At left side of room partition crossmember. See Fig.

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BJ

At left side of rear quarterpanel. See Fig. 12.

BK

At right "B" pillar. See Fig. 12.

BP

At right side of rear quarterpanel. See Fig. 12.

EA

At right radiator side support. See Fig. 10.

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EB

At rear of right cylinder head. See Fig. 10.

EC

At rear of left cylinder head. See Fig. 10.

ED

At left front inner fender panel. See Fig. 10.

IE

At left kick panel. See Fig. 21.

IF

At left dash brace. See Fig. 21.

IG

At right kick panel. See Fig. 21.

IM

Below center console. See Fig. 21.

IO

At right dash brace. See Fig. 21.

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