Description

This vehicle is equipped with a voltage inverter, which supplies power to various electrical appliances. When the main switch of the voltage inverter is turned ON, the inverter relay turns ON, and the inverter then converts the 12 V Direct Current (DC) of the battery into an 115 V Alternating Current (AC). The voltage inverter can output a maximum of 400W from an outlet.

When the AC 115 V is output, a load is applied to the engine. The ECM controls the engine idling speed according to the vehicle speed and engine load. A speed signal is input to the inverter and an idle-up signal is transmitted to the ECM.

Main Switch

Voltage Inverter

Combination Meter

Ignition Switch

Main Switch

Voltage Inverter

Combination Meter

Ignition Switch

From:

Park/ Neutral Position Switch (For Automatic Transmission)

A/C 115 V Power Outlet

From:

Park/ Neutral Position Switch (For Automatic Transmission)

STA Fuse

(For Manual Transmission)

A115948E01

DTC No.

DTC Detection Conditions

Trouble Areas

P1500

While vehicle running, idle-up signal input to ECM for 10 seconds

• Open or short in speed signal circuit

• Short between idle-up signal and +B circuits

• Voltage inverter

• ECM

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