Manufacturer Controlled

DTC No. (See Page)

Detection Item

Trouble Area

MIL*

Memory

P1300 (DI-84)

Igniter Circuit Malfunction

ODpen or short in IGF or IGT circuit from igniter to ECM

Ogniter

CECM

P1335 (DI-89)

Crankshaft Position Sensor Circuit Malfunction (during engine running)

CDpen or short in crankshaft position sensor circuit

CCrankshaft position sensor

CECM

-

P1600 (DI-92)

ECM BATT Malfunction

CDpen in back up power source circuit CECM

P1780 (DI-94)

Park/Neutral Position Switch Malfunction

CShort in park/neutral position switch circuit

CPark/neutral position switch

CECM

*:- ••• MIL does not light up ••• MIL lights up

DI4LG-02

PARTS LOCATION DI4LG-02

Throttle Position Sensor

A15676

TERMINALS OF ECM

ECM Terminals

P19551

Symbols (Terminals No.)

Wiring Color

Condition

STD Voltage (V)

BATT (E6-2) - E1 (E7-24)

W-R - BR

Always

9 - 14

+B (E6-9) - E1 (E7-24)

B-R - BR

IG switch ON

9 - 14

VC (E7-18) - E2 (E7-16)

LG-R - BR

IG switch ON

4.5 - 5.5

VTA (E7-19) - E2 (E7-16)

Y-G - BR

IG switch ON Throttle valve fully closed

0.3 - 1.0

IG switch ON Throttle valve fully open

3.2 - 4.9

PIM (E7-4) - E2 (E7-16)

P - BR

IG switch ON

3.3 - 3.9

Apply vacuum 26.7 kPa (200 mmHg, 7.9 in.Hg)

2.5 - 3.1

THA (E7-15) - E2 (E7-16)

L-B - BR

Idling, Intake air temp. 20°C (68° F)

0.5 - 3.4

THW (E7-3) - E2 (E7-16)

G-B - BR

Idling, Engine coolant temp. 80°C (176°F)

0.2 - 1.0

STA (E7-11) - E1 (E7-24)

B-W - BR

Cranking

6.0 or more

#10 (E7-12) - E01 (E7-13)

G - BR

IG switch ON

9 - 14

Idling

Pulse generation (See page DI-52)

#20 (E7-11) - E01 (E7-13)

Y - BR

IG switch ON

9 - 14

Idling

Pulse generation (See page DI-52)

#30 (E7-25) - E01 (E7-13)

R - BR

IG switch ON

9 - 14

Idling

Pulse generation (See page DI-52)

#40 (E7-24) - E01 (E7-13)

L - BR

IG switch ON

9 - 14

Idling

Pulse generation (See page DI-52)

IGT1 (E7-6) - E1 (E7-24)

LG - BR

Idling

Pulse generation (See page DI-84)

IGT2 (E7-5) - E1 (E7-24)

L-Y - BR

Idling

Pulse generation (See page DI-84)

IGF (E7-7) - E1 (E7-24)

LG-B - BR

IG switch ON, Disconnect igniter connector

4.5 - 5.5

Idling

Pulse generation (See page DI-84)

G2 (E7-20) - NE- (E7-9)

R - W

Idling

Pulse generation (See page DI-60)

NE (E7-21 ) - NE- (E7-9)

B - W

Idling

Pulse generation (See page DI-60)

FC (E6-4) - E1 (E7-24)

G-B - BR

IG switch ON

9 - 14

Symbols (Terminals No.)

Wiring Color

Condition

STD Voltage (V)

RSC (E7-1) - E1 (E7-24)

Disconnect "E7" of ECM connector

9 - 14

RSO (E7-14) - E1(E7-24)

Disconnect "E7" of ECM connector

9 - 14

OX1 (E7-10) - E1 (E7-24)

B - BR

Maintain engine speed at 2,500 rpm for 2 minutes. after warming up

Pulse generation

OX2 (E7-23) - E1 (E7-24)

W - BR

Maintain engine speed at 2,500 rpm for 2 minutes. after warming up

Pulse generation

HT1 (E6-6) - E03 (E7-26)

W-L - BR

Idling

Below 3.0

IG switch ON

9 - 14

HT2 (E6-5) - E03 (E7-26)

W-R - BR

Idling

Below 3.0

IG switch ON

9 - 14

KNK (E7-8) - E1 (E7-24)

B - BR

Idling

Pulse generation (See page DI-57)

NSW (E7-2) - E1 (E7-24)

Other shift position in "P" or "N" position

Shift position in "P" or "N" position

0 - 3.0

NSW (E7-2) - E1 (E7-24)

Other shift position in "P" or "N" position

Shift position in "P" or N" position

0 - 3.0

SPD (E6-13) - E1 (E7-24)

Rotate driving wheel slowly

Pulse generation (See page DI-76)

TE1 (E6-8) - E1 (E7-24)

G - BR

IG switch ON

9 - 14

W (E6-10) - E1 (E7-24)

GR-L - BR

Idling

9 - 14

IG switch ON

Below 3.0

AC1 (E6-12) - E1 (E7-24)

LG-B - BR

Idling, A/C switch ON

Below 2.0

Idling, A/C switch OFF

9 - 14

ACT (E6-14) - E1 (E7-24)

L - BR

Idling, A/C switch ON

9 - 14

Idling, A/C switch OFF

Below 2.0

ODSW (E6-3) - E1 (E7-24)

R-W - BR

IG switch ON, O/D main switch pushed out

9 - 14

IG switch ON, O/D main switch pushed in

0 - 3.0

ODT (E6-11) - E1 (E7-24)

R - BR

IG switch ON, O/D main switch pushed out

9 - 14

IG switch ON, O/D main switch pushed in

0 - 3.0

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