Description

As shown in the illustration, when the engine is cranked, current flows from terminal ST1 of the ignition switch into the ECM and the ST (starter) relay coil and also current flows to terminal STA of the ECM (STA signal).

When the STA signal and NE signal are input to the ECM, Tr1 (power transistor 1) is turned ON, current flows to the coil of the circuit opening relay, the relay switches on, power is supplied to the fuel pump, and the fuel pump operates.

While the NE signal is generated (engine running), the ECM keeps the Tr1 ON (circuit opening relay ON) and the fuel pump also keeps operating.

The fuel pump speed is controlled at two levels (high speed or low speed) by engine condition (starting, light load, heavy load). When the engine starts (STA ON), Tr2 (power transistor 2) in the ECM is OFF, so the fuel pump relay closes and positive battery voltage is applied directly to the fuel pump. The fuel pump operates at high speed.

During idling or under light loads, Tr2 goes ON, and then power is supplied to the fuel pump via the fuel pump resistor. The fuel pump operates at low speed.

EFI Relay

EFI Relay

Fuel Pump Resistor

Circuit Opening Relay

Fuel Pump Relay

ST Relay

P

o-

-o

N

o-

*1: For Automatic Transmission *2: For Manual Transmission

Park/Neutral

Position

Switch

Clutch

Start

Switch

*1: For Automatic Transmission *2: For Manual Transmission

Crankshaft Position Sensor (NE Signal)

Circuit Opening Relay

MREL

FC Tr1

A115935E01

DTC No

DTC Detection Condition

Trouble Areas

P0230

Open or short in fuel pump relay circuit (1 trip detection logic)

• Open or short in fuel pump relay circuit

• ECM

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