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 1988
BMW 325/3251/3251s
Electrical
Troubleshooting
Manual
BMW of North America, Inc.
Montvale, New Jersey
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Active Check Control .......
A/C Air Delivery Control .....
A/C Blower Controls .......
A/C Compressor Controls . . ..
A/C Temperature Control .. . .
Antilock Braking System (ABS)
Auto-Charging Flashlight . . . .
Auxiliary Fan ............
Auxiliary Fuse............
Brake Warning System ......
Central Locking
— (2Door)..............
— (4Door)..............
Charge ................
Cigar Lighter
Component Location Chart . . .
Component Location Views ..
Connector Views .........
Cruise Control
Fuel Economy Gauge .......
FuelGauge. .............
FuseDataChart ..........
Fuse Details
— Fused ...............
—Fuse19..............
—Fuse20..............
PAGE
6216-0
6421-0
6413-0
6452-0
6411-0
3450-0
6100-1
6454-0
0670-2
3435-0
5126-0
5126-2
1230-0
6100-1
9000-0
7000-0
8500-0
6571-0
6210-3
6210-1
0670-1
0670-6
0670-6
0670-6
0670-7
0670-11
0670-8
0670-7
0670-7
0670-9
INDEX
2-0
Index — Alphabetical Listing of Electrical Circuits
PAGE
— Fuse21 ............. 0670-10
— Fuse 27 ..... 0670-11
Gauges ................ 6210-1
Ground Distribution
— С103 ............... 0670-12
— С104 ............... 0670-13
— С106 ............... 0670-13
— С200 .............. 0670-13
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— С201 .............,. 0670-14
— С300 ............... 0670-15
Horns... ............... 6100-0
Ignition Key Warning. . . ..... 6131-0
Indicators
— Active Check Control Alarm. 6210-1
— ‘“Brake Lights‘’ Fault. .. . . . 6216-1
— ‘Brake Lining’ Wear ..... 3435-0
— “Brake” Warning ........ 3435-0
— Charge ............... 6210-0
— “Coolant”” Leve! Fault ..... 6216-2
— “Engine Oil” Fault ....... 6216-2
— Fasten Seatbelts ........ 6216-2
— Fog Lights ............. 6312-0
— HighBeam ............ 6312-1
— Inspection ............ 6210-2
— LH Turn .............. 6313-1
— “License Plate’’ Fault .. .. . 6320-0
— “Low Beam” Fault ....... 6312-1
— Low Fuel Warning ....... 6210-1
— Oil Pressure Warning ..... 6210-1
— Oil Service ........o e. 6210-2
— "Park Brake’’ . .
— "Rear Lights’ Fault . . . . ..
— RH Turn... ...
— "Washer Fluid’’ Fault . . . ..
Injection Electronics
Instrument Cluster
Lights
— A/C Control Power ......
— Back Up
—Fog.........
— Front Ashtray . .
— Front Side Marker .......
— Front Turn/Park .
— Glove Box ....
— Hazard Switch .
— Headlights . . ..
— Instrument Cluster ......
— Interior ......
— License ......
— Map Reading Light
— Park ........
— Rear Ashtray ..
— Rear Side Marker
— Turn/Hazard . . .
Light Switch Details
Multifunction Clock
On-Board Computer
Power Antenna . . .
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PAGE
3435-0
6314-0
6313-1
6216-2
1360-0
6210-0
6300-1
6322-0
6312-0
6300-1
6314-0
6314-0
6100-1
6313-0
6312-0
6300-1
6330-0
6320-0
6100-1
6314-0
6300-1
6320-0
6325-0
6314-0
6320-0
6313-1
6300-0
6581-0
6581-2
6500-0
0670-0
2-1 INDEX
Index — Alphabetical Listing of Electrical Circuits
PAGE
Power Distribution Box...... 0670-0
Power Mirrors . . . ......... 5116-0
Power Windows
— 2Door............... 5133-2
— 4Door............... 5133-0
Radio With Sound System . .. 6500-0
Radio Without Sound System . 6500-2
Rear Defogger ........... 6100-2
Seatbelt Warning ......... 6131-0
Service Interval Indicator . . .. 6210-2
Speedometer ............ 6210-0
Splice Location Views Index . . 8000-0
Start
— Automatic ............ 1240-0
— Manual .............. 1240-1
Sunroof . ............... 5413-0
Tachometer . ............ 6210-3
Temperature Gauge ........ 6210-1
Warnings
— Ignition Key/Seatbelt . . . .. 6131-0
Wiper/Washer ........eo.. 6160-0
The purpose of this manual is to show
electrical schematics in a manner that
makes electrical troubleshooting easier.
Electrical components which work
together are shown together on one
schematic. The Wiper-Washer schematic,
for example, shows all of the electrical
components in one diagram. At the top of
the page is the fuse (positive) that powers
the circuit. The flow of current is shown
through all wires, connectors, switches,
and motors to ground (negative) at the
bottom of the page.
Within the schematic, all switches and
sensors are shown “at rest,” as though the
Ignition Switch were off. For identification,
component names are underlined and
placed next to or above each component.
Notes are included. describing how
switches and other components work.
The power distribution schematic shows
the current feed through all the
connections from the Battery and
Alternator to each fuse and the Ignition
and Light Switches. If the Power
Distribution schematic is combined with
any other circuit schematic, a complete
picture is made of how that circuit works.
The Ground Distribution schematics show
how several circuits are connected to
common grounds.
All wiring between components is
shown exactly as it exists in the vehicle;
however, the wiring is not drawn to scale.
To aid in understanding electrical
operation, wiring inside complicated
components has been simplified. The
“Solid State” label designates electronic
components.
METRIC AWG
(CROSSECTIONAL AREA | (AMERICAN
IN MM?) WIRE GAUGE)
5 20
76 18
1 16
1.5 14
2 14
2.5 12
4 10
6 8
8 8
16 4
20 4
25 2
32 2
HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL
ABBREVIATIONS COLOR
BK BLACK
BR BROWN
RD RED
YL YELLOW
GN GREEN
BU BLUE
VI VIOLET
GY GRAY
WT WHITE
PK PINK
4 SYMBOLS
ENTIRE
COMPONENT
SHOWN
PART OF A
COMPONENT
SHOWN
E SOLID STATE
(INCLUDES ONLY
ELECTRONIC PARTS)
? CONNECTOR ON
| COMPONENT
LEAD (PIGTAIL)
] CONNECTOR
; ATTACHED TO
| COMPONENT
™ COMPONENT
CASE IS
DIRECTLY
ATTACHED TO
METAL PART
OF CAR
(GROUNDED)
INDICATES THAT FUSE 5
ad NS ALWAYS SUPPLIED
WITH POWER
Pate TIMES
INDICATES THAT FUSE 6
IS SUPPLIED WITH POWER
= WITH THE IGNITION
SWITCH IN THE RUN OR
START POSITIONS
HOT IN RUN OR START
WIRE CHOICES
FOR OPTIONS
ARE SHOWN
AND LABELED
2.5 BK
MANUAL AUTOMATIC
TRANSMISSION TRANSMISSION
25 BK/YL 2.5 ВК |
.75 BU/YL
i c104
PIN NUMBER —
.75 BU/YL
WIRE INSULATION
IS ONE COLOR =
1.5 RD
CONNECTOR REFERENCE
NUMBER FOR COMPONENT
LOCATION CHART
CHART ALSO SHOWS
TOTAL NUMBER OF
CONTACTS POSSIBLE:
C103 (6 PIN)
A WAVY LINE
MEANS A WIRE
IS CONTINUED
WIRE INSULATION
IS ONE COLOR
a WITH ANOTHER
.5 RD/BR
mu
WIRE SIZE IN MM 2
N
.5 BR
6103
DIODE
CURRENT CAN
FLOW ONLY IN
THE DIRECTION
OF THE ARROW
COLOR STRIPE
(RED WITH BROWN)
WIRE-iS ATTACHED ТО
METAL PART OF CAR
(GROUNDED)
GROUND IS NUMBERED
FOR REFERENCE ON
COMPONENT LOCATION CHART
OTHER CIRCUITS THAT SHARE
A GROUND ARE SHOWN
IN GROUND DISTRIBUTION
CIRCUIT REFERENCE -
A WIRE WHICH CONNECTS
TO ANOTHER CIRCUIT
.75 GY/YL
ACTIVE CHECK CONTROL
NUMBER
NAME OF COMPONENT
IN START
SYMBOLS 5
ONE POLE, COMPONENT START RELAY LOW
TWO POSITION TERMINAL ENERGIZED EAM
SWITCH
DETAILS ABOUT 25 YL
NN connecToR COMPONENT OR
75 BR/BK TERMINAL OPERATION
NUMBER TO POWER
DISTRIBUTION
BOX, PAGE 1
SWITCHES THAT CURRENT PATH
MOVE TOGETHER IS CONTINUED
AS LABELED.
DASHED LINE SHOWS THE ARROW SHOWS
A MECHANICAL DIRECTION OF CURRENT
CONNECTION FLOW AND IS REPEATED
BETWEEN SWITCHES TWO POLE, FOUR WHERE CURRENT
POSITION SWITCH ATH CONTINUES.
IGNITION FROM LOW
SWITCH BEAM RELAY,
PAGE 5
TWO CONNECTIONS
(PINS) IN THE SAME POWER
75 BU/BR [\ .75 BU/YL CONNECTOR DISTRIBUTION
4 12M C104 BOX
DASHED LINE SHOWS “R" 1S ENERGIZED
5 BU/BR 5 BU/YL PARTS OF THE IN ACCY, RUN OR START
SAME CONNECTOR
RH FRONT
RELAY SHOWN RELAY SHOWN — LIGHT
TURN/PA
WITH NO WITH RESISTOR Sy) 1 rank À EMITTING
CURRENT ACROSS COIL PARK es 7 DIODE
FLOWING Dv v0
aout RESISTOR ACROSS COIL ‚75 BR
WHEN COIL IS IS FOR NOISE GROUND
ENERGIZED, SWITCH SUPPRESSION © mmm mu md
IS PULLED CLOSED
$101 DISTRIBUTION
25 BR OTHER CIRCUITS ALSO GROUNDED
АТ 6102 THROUGH $101, BUY ARE
NOT SHOWN. REFER TO GROUND
DISTRIBUTION FOR DETAILS.
6102
6 SYSTEMATIC TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURE
1. Verify the Problem
Operate the problem circuit to check
the accuracy of the complaint. Note the
symptoms of the inoperative circuit.
2. Analyze the Problem
Refer to the schematic of the problem
circuit in the ETM. Determine how the
circuit is supposed to work by tracing
the current path(s) from the power feed
through the circuit components to
ground. Then based on the symptoms
you noted in step 1 and your under-
standing of circuit operation, identify
one or more possible causes of the
problem.
3. Isolate the Problem
Make circuit tests to prove or
disprove the preliminary diagnosis
made in step 2. Keep in mind that a
logical simple procedure is the key to
efficient troubleshooting. Test for the
most likely cause of failure first. Try to
make tests at points which are easily
accessible.
4. Repair the Problem
Once the specific problem is
identified, make the repair using the
proper tools and safe procedures.
5. Check the Problem
Operate the circuit to check for
satisfactory circuit operation. Good
repair practice calls for rechecking all
circuits you have worked on.
TROUBLESHOOTING TOOLS
Isolating the problem (Step 3 of
TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES)
requires the use of a voltmeter and/or
ohmmeter. A voltmeter measures voltage
at selected points in a circuit. An ohm-
meter measures a circuit's resistance to
current flow. It has an internal battery that
provides current to the circuit under test.
Disconnect the car battery when using an
ohmmeter because the battery voltage will
cause theohmmeterto give false readings.
Also, do not use an ohmmeter on solid-
state components. The voltage that the
ohmmeter applies to the circuit could
damage these components.
TROUBLESHOOTING TESTS
Voltage Test
Thistestmeasures voltage in acircuit. By
taking measurements at several points
(terminals or connectors) along the circuit,
you can isolate the problem.
To take a voltage measurement, connect
the negative lead of the voltmeter to the
battery's negative terminal or other known
good ground. Then connect the positive
lead of the voltmeter to the point you want
to test. The voltmeter will measure the
voltage present at that point in the circuit.
HOT AT ALL TIMES
a POWER
5 ..:$ DISTRIBUTION
1.5 RD
BATTERY VOLTAGE
«= «о
NO VOLTAGE
— "=
~~
Voltage Test
SYSTEMATIC TROUBLESHOOTING /
Voltage Drop Test
Wires, connectors, and switches are
designed to conduct current with a
minimum loss of voltage. A voltage drop of
more than one volt indicates a problem.
To test for voltage drop, connect the
voltmeter leads to connectors at either end
of the circuit's suspected problem area.
The positive lead should be connected to
the connector closest to the power source.
The voltmeter will show the voltage drop
between these two points.
HOT AT ALL TIMES
LOW FLUID
SWITCH
VOLTMETER
wo] LOW FLUID
J INCICATOR
Voltage Drop Test
Continuity Test
To perform a continuity test, first
disconnect the car battery. Then adjust the
ohmmeter to read zero while holding the
leads together. Connect the ohmmeter
leads to connector or terminals at either
end of the circuit's suspected problem
area. The ohmmeter will show the
resistance across that part of the circuit.
BATTERY DISCONNECTED
© ©| OHMMETER
SWITCH
LOW FLUID
| INDICATOR
Continuity Test
Short Test Using Voltmeter
Remove the blown fuse and disconnect
the load. Connect the voltmeter leads to
the fuse terminals. The positive lead
should be connected to the terminal
closest to the power source.
Starting near the POWER DISTRIBUTION
BOX, move thewire harness back and forth
and watch the voltmeter reading. If the
voltmeter registers a reading, there is a
short to ground in the wiring. Somewhere
in the area of the harness being moved, the
wire insulation isworn away and the circuit
is grounding.
HOT AT ALL TIMES
{FUSE REMOVED:
} SHORT
——
TO GROUNO
1.5 RD
LOW FLUID
SWITCH
в LOAD
SR DISCONNECTEO
| LOW FLUID
INDICATOR
1.5 |
2
Short Test Using Voltmeter
8 SYSTEMATIC TROUBLESHOOTING
Short Test Using Ohmmeter
Disconnect the battery. Adjust the
ohmmeter to read zero while holding the
leads together. Remove the blown fuse
and disconnect the load. Connect one lead
of the ohmmeter to the fuse terminal thatis
closest to the load. Connect the other lead
to a known good ground.
Starting near the POWER DISTRIBUTION
BOX, move thewire harness back and forth
and watch the ohmmeter reading. Low or
no resistance indicates a short to ground
in the wiring. Infinitely high resistance
indicates no short.
BATTERY DISCONNECTED
POWER
DISTRIBUTION
BOX
(FUSE REMOVED)
SHORT TO
GROUND
1.5RD
| OHMMETER LOW FLUID
SWITCH
1.5 RD LOAD
DISCONNECTED
3 LOW FLUID
4 INDICATOR
|- BR
.
Short Test Using Ohmmeter
0670-0 POWER DISTRIBUTION
4
FRONT
OF CAR
( LOW BEAM CONNECTORS
CHECK RELAY K10 C100, C114, AND
AND RELAY NOISE WIPER C115 ARE
SUPPRESSORS CONTROL UNIT LOCATED ON
ARE PART OF THE UNDERSIDE
THE PRINTED OF THE PRINTED
CIRCUIT BOARD CIRCUIT BOARD
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FUSE FUSE
NO. SIZE CIRCUIT NAME NO. SIZE/
1 7.5A Headlights (also fuses 2, 13, 14), COLOR CIRCUIT NAME
High Beam Indicator, 20 30A Heater/Air Conditioning;
2 7.5A Headlights (also fuses 1, 13, 14). Auxiliary Fan (also fuses 3, 18, 19).
3 15A Auxiliary Fan (also fuses 18, 19, 20). 21 7.54 Co Charging Flashlight
- 7 ove Box Light;
4 154A Lights: pm zara Warning (also fuse 24); Ignition Key Warning/S eatbelt Warning
(also fuse 10);
lalso fuses 6, 10, 21,22, 23): Injection Electronics {also fuses 9, 10, 11);
5 30A Wiper/Washer. interior Lights (also fuses 19, 27);
6 7.5A Stop Lights Radio/Antenna (also fuses 12, 27, 28);
Active Check Control Trunk Light;
(also fuses 4, 10, 21, 22, 23); Active Check Control
Antilock Braking System; (also fuses 4, 6, 10, 22, 23);
Cruise Control {also fuse 10) Service Interval Indicator (also fuse 10);
Map Reading Light. On-Board Computer (also fuses 10, 12, 23, 27),
7 15A Horn. Tachometer/Fuel Economy Gauge
8 30A Rear Defogger (also fuse 23). (also fuse 10).
9 15A Injection Electronics (also fuses 10, 11, 21) 22 7.54 Active Check Control
— - : {also fuses 4, 6, 10, 21, 23);
10 7.5A Ignition Key Warning/Seatbelt Warning (also Fuse Lights: Front Park/Tail (also fuse 23);
а щей Warning (also fuse 21); | Lights: Front Side Marker (also fuse 23).
Service Interval Indicator {also fuse 21); 23 7.54 Lights: Dash; k/Tail (also f 22)-
Tachometer/Fuel Economy Gauges ights: Front Park/Tail {also fuse 22);
(also fuse 21); Lights: Front Side Маке! (also fuse 22);
Indicators: ights: Rear Marker/License;
Brake Warning System: Active Check Control
Back Up Lights; ' (also fuses 4, 6, 10, 21, & 22);
On-Board Computer (also fuses 12, 21, 23, 27); On-Board Compute? 21. 27);
Start; EEE '
Injection Electronics (also fuses 9, 11, 21); Rear Defogger (also fuse 8).
Active Check Control (also fuses 4, 6, 21, 22, 24 15А Lights: Turn/Hazard Warning (also fuse 4).
23); 25 Not Used.
Cruise Control (also fuse 6). 26 Not Used.
11 7.5A Injection Electronics (also fuses 9, 10, 21). 27 30A Interior Lights (also fuses 19, 21);
12 7.БА Radio/Antenna (also fuses 21, 27, 28); Central Locking;
Speedometer/Indicators; Radio/Antenna (also fuses 12, 21, 28);
On-Board Computer (also fuses 10, 21, 23, 27). On-Board Computer (also fuses 10, 12, 21, 23).
13 7.5A Headlights (also fuses 1, 2, 14). 28 30A Cigar Lighter;
14 7.5A Headlights (also fuses 1, 2, 13). Radio/Antenna (also fuses 12, 21, 27).
15 Not Used. 29 7.5A Fog Lights (also fuse 30),
16 15A Heated Seats. Fog Light Indicator.
17 30A Power Windows. 30 7.5A Fog Lights {also fuse 29).
18 30A Auxiliary Fan (also fuses 3, 19, 20). oe Pe 25A Power Windows
19 7.5A Auxiliary Fan (also fuses 3, 18, 20);
Interior Lights (also fuses 21, 27);
Power Mirrors.
0670-2 POWER DISTRIBUTION
BATTERY 2.5 ВО 14 DIAGNOSTIC
JUNCTION CONNECTOR POWER DISTRIBUTION BOX
FUSIBLE
LINK A
1.5 AD
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14 BK 10 RD
BATTERY 4 AD
5 RD 2.5 AD
OVER ALTERNATOR 3 A cz00 4 RD
ABS VOLTAGE SRS CONNECTOR
ED
16 BR RUTA PROTECTION (NOT USED) 9
— RELAY
ru 4 RD
IGNITION
SWITCH
1.5 GN 2.5 GN
SRS CONNECTOR 4 gy 2 SAFETY
2.5 VI (NOT USED) SWITCH
2.5 BK/YL £240 (IF EQUIPPED C200 2.5 GN .
1 Jb £200 WITH AIR BAGS) y $213
1.5 GN
1 VI 5231 sw 75
START A A 75 _—
INJECTION q
2.5 GN/GY ELECTRONICS,
ACTIVE ON-BOARD ANTILOCK CENTRAL INDICATORS,
CHECK COMPUTER BRAKING LOCKING CHARGING
SYSTEM SYSTEM
5 c114 CONTROL
POWER
DISTRIBUTION
BOX
DETAILS DETAILS DETAILS DETAILS DETAILS
| \ |
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FUSE FUSE FUSE FUSE FUSE I
2
POWER DISTRIBUTION 0670-3
POWER DISTRIBUTION BOX
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£302
(ACCESSORY
CONNECTOR)
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5 GN/BU
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POWER 2.5 VI/RD
DISTRIBUTION
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0670-6 POWER DISTRIBUTION
DISTRIBUTION
1.5 VI/GY |
ACTIVE CHECK
CONTROL UNIT PUMP
PAGE 6216-0 PAGE 6160-0
1.5 VI/GY
SWITCH
PAGE 6313-0
HOT IN ACCY, RUN OR START
HOT IN ACCY, RUN OR START
DISTRIBUTION
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5 VI/GN
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PAGE 6325-0 PAGE 6216-1
5 VI/WT
$241 @
5 VIANT 2 6210
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CRUISE
CONTROL
UNIT SWITCH
PAGE 6571-0 PAGE 6571-0
POWER DISTRIBUTION 0670-7
HOT IN RUN
2.5 GN/BU
20
2.5 GN/BU
PAGE 6100-2
HOTIN ACCY, RUNOR START
5 VI
INSTRUMENT DIGITAL DUAL INTERIOR
LUSTE RADIO TEMPERATURE
CAGE 5210-0 PAGE 6500-0 SWITCH CONTROL
4 POWER POWER
DISTRIBUTION DISTRIBUTION
BOX BOX
75 GN/BK
6405
C302
(ACCESSORY
CONNECTOR)
75 VI/GY ‚75 GN/BK $501 @
75 GN/WT |
18 £408 .75 GN/WT
‚75 GN/WT
2 À C216
PAGE 6454-0 PAGE; 6330-0 PAGE 5116-0
0670-8 POWER DISTRIBUTION
HOT IN START OR RUN
75 GN/WT _
\
\
\ \
\ \
| 75 GN/WT À
\ \
\ \
75 ENANT F
\ \ (NOT USED)
c302
\ (ACCESSORY
He 2 $212 CONNECTOR)
FE
3 ZR C306
75 GN/WT 5 GNANT
75
75 GN/YL EN/YL
AUTOMATIC
TRANSMISSION
RANGE SWITCH
a
INSTRUMENT INSTRUMENT ACTIVE CHECK
CLUSTER CLUSTER CONTROL
PAGE 1360-3 PAGE 6210-1 UNIT
/ PAGE 6216 -2
\/
PAGE
6322.0
SEATBELT
WARNING
TIMER
PAGE 6131-0
POWER DISTRIBUTION 0670-9
HOT IN RUN ONLY FROM UNLOADER RELAY K/
DISTRIBUTION
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PAGE 1360-6
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TROUBLESHOOTING HINTS
1. Check Fuse by operating the Interior Light
Timer for either Dome Light.
2. If all locks stay in unlock inhibit, check the
wires to terminal 10 of the Central Locking
Control Unit for a short to ground.
SYSTEM CHECK
e Operate controls in sequence listed in the
System Check Table.
e Refer to Repair Action for the Response
received (tests follow the System Check
Table).
e After any repair, repeat System Check to
verify proper system operation.
NOTE: Before replacing any system compo-
nent, check all connectors, splices, and wiring
to that component.
SYSTEM CHECK TABLE
OPERATION
RESPONSE
REPAIR ACTION
1. Insert the key in the Driver's door and turn
to LOCK
All doors lock
None, proceed to Operation 2
Some doors lock
Repair/replace the suspect Door Lock Motor
circuit
No doors lock
Proceed to Operation 4
9. Turn the key to UNLOCK INHIBIT
(clockwise until key is horizontal)
All doors double lock (Safety Catch Buttons
cannot be pulled up by hand)
None, proceed to Operation 3
Driver’s door double locks and only some of the
other doors double lock
Repair/replace the suspect Door Lock Motor
Driver 's door double locks but all the other
doors do not double lock
Perform Test B
Driver 's door does not double lock
Mechanical problem, see BMW
Troubleshooting Manual
CENTRAL LOCKING 5126A-1
SYSTEM CHECK TABLE (CONT'D)
OPERATION RESPONSE REPAIR ACTION
. Turn the key to UNLOCK All doors unlock None, proceed to Operation 4
Some doors unlock Repair/replace the suspect Door Lock Motor
circuit
No doors unlock Proceed to Operation 5
. Insert the key in the Passenger's door and All doors lock If the doors did not lock in Operation 1, repair/
turn to LOCK replace the Driver’s Door Lock Switch,
otherwise proceed to Operation 5
Some doors lock Repair/replace the suspect Door Lock Motor
circuit
No doors lock If all the doors locked in Operation 1, repair/
replace the Right Front Door Microswitch.
If the doors did not lock in Operation 1, perform
| Test A
. Insert the key in the Passenger's door and All doors unlock If all the doors did not unlock in Operation 3,
turn to UNLOCK repair/replace the Driver's Door Lock Switch,
otherwise proceed to Operation 6
Some doors unlock Repair/replace the suspect Door Lock Motor
No doors unlock If all the doors unlocked in Operation 3, repair/
replace the Passenger’s Door Lock Switch.
If the doors did not unlock in Operation 3,
perform Test C
. Get in the car and close and lock all doors Doors remain locked None, proceed to Operation 7
Turn the Ignition Switch to RUN Doors unlock Repair/replace the Central Locking Control Unit
. Get out of the car
Insert the key in the Driver ’s door and turn
to LOCK
Unlock each of the doors by pulling up the
Safety Catch Buttons
All doors can be unlocked
None, proceed to Operation 8
All doors remain secure
Disconnect the connector from the Central
Locking Control Unit and check for a short to
ground in the wires at terminal 11.
e If short to ground is not present, replace the
Central Locking Control Unit.
e If short to ground is present isolate wiring
from Door Lock Motors one at a time to find
short
5126A-2 CENTRAL LOCKING
SYSTEM CHECK TABLE (CONT'D)
OPERATION RESPONSE REPAIR ACTION
8. Insert the key in the Trunk Cylinder Trunk locks None, proceed to Operation 9
Switch. Turn the key to LOCK Trunk does not lock If the doors lock, repair/replace the Trunk Lock
Motor Circuit or Trunk Lock Motor
If the doors do not lock, repair/replace the
Trunk Switch
Repair/replace the Central Locking Control
Unit if the Trunk Switch Circuit is OK
9. Turn the key to UNLOCK Trunk unlocks None, proceed to Operation 10
Trunk does not unlock
If the doors unlock, repair/replace the Trunk
Lock Motor circuit or Trunk Lock Motor
If the doors do not unlock, repair/replace the
Trunk Switch
Repair/replace the Central Locking Control
Unit if the Trunk Switch Circuit is OK
10. Turn the key back to LOCK
Gas Filler locks
None, proceed to Operation 11
Gas Filler does not lock
Repair/replace the Gas Filler Lock Motor
circuit
11. Turn the key to UNLOCK
Gas Filler unlocks
None
Gas Filler does not unlock
Repair/replace the Gas Filler Lock Motor
circuit
¢ If all results are normal, the system is OK.
SYSTEM DIAGNOSIS
* Do the following tests when directed by
the System Check Table.
A: CONTROL UNIT LOCK TEST
(TABLE 1)
Measure: VOLTAGE
At: CONTROL UNIT CONNECTOR
(Connected)
Measure Correct For
Between Voltage | Diagnosis
3 & Ground Battery See 1
3&4 Battery See 2
e If the voltages are correct, proceed to
Table 2.
1. Check the wire to terminal 3 for an open.
2. Check the wire from terminal 4 for an
open to ground (see schematic).
A: CONTROL UNIT LOCK TEST
(TABLE 2)
Connect: A FUSED JUMPER
At: CONTROL UNIT CONNECTOR
(Connected)
Jumper Correct For
Between Result | Diagnosis
7 & Ground Doors | бее 1
lock
e If the result is correct, repair/replace the
switches and related wiring (see sche-
matic).
1. Proceed to Table 3.
A: CONTROL UNIT LOCK TEST
(TABLE 3)
Connect: FUSED JUMPERS
At: CONTROL UNIT CONNECTOR
(Disconnected)
Jumper Correct For
Between Result Diagnosis
183 Doors
384 lock See 1
e If the result is correct, replace the Central
Locking Control Unit.
1. Check the wire from terminal 1 to splice
and the wire from terminal 3 to splice for
opens (see schematic).
B: UNLOCK INHIBIT TEST
Connect: A FUSED JUMPER
At: CONTROL UNIT CONNECTOR
(Connected)
Jumper Correct For
Between Result Diagnosis
Doors
10 & Ground double See 1
lock
e If the result is correct, check the wires
from terminal 10 to ground for opens (see
schematic). Replace the Unlock Inhibit
Switch if the wires and connections are
OK.
1. Check the wires from terminal 11 for opens
(see schematic). Replace the Central Lock-
ing Control Unit, if the wires and connec-
tions are OK.
C: CONTROL UNIT UNLOCK TEST
Connect: A FUSED JUMPER
At: CONTROL UNIT CONNECTOR
(Connected)
Jumper Correct For
Between Result Diagnosis
Doors
6 & Ground unlock See 1
e If the result is correct, repair/replace the
switches and related wiring (see sche-
matic).
1. Replace the Central Locking Control
Unit.
CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
The Central Locking System is controlled
by the Central Locking Control Unit. This
unit senses when a lock switch is moved by a
key, and sends the appropriate signal to
drive the Motors. The Central Locking Con-
trol Unit controls the Door Locks, Gas Filler
Lock and Trunk Lock. The unit also has an
Inertia Switch which closes on impact
greater than 5g. If in RUN or START the
locks are then unlocked.
Lock
When the Key is inserted into a lock and
turned clockwise, the Lock switch moves to
LOCK and grounds terminal 7 of the Central
Locking Control Unit. The unit then acti-
vates the Lock Relay and applies voltage
from Fuse 27 to the Lock Motor, which is
grounded through the Central Locking Con-
trol Unit terminal 2. The Lock Motor then
pulls the lock down. The door locks also con-
trol the Trunk Lock and Gas Filler Lock.
CENTRAL LOCKING 5126A-3
Unlock
When the key is turned counterclockwise,
terminal 6 of the Central Locking Control
Unit is grounded through the Lock Switch.
The Central Locking Control Unit then acti-
vates the Unlock Relay and applies voltage
from Fuse 27, through terminal 2 to the Lock
Motor. The motor is grounded through the
Cental Locking Control Unit terminal 1. The
polarity is reversed and the motor pushes the
lock up.
Unlock Inhibit
When the key is inserted into the Driver's
Lock and turned clockwise past the LOCK
position, the Unlock Inhibit mechanism is
engaged. This mechanically inserts a bar into
the driver's lock and prevents unlocking
through use of the Safety Catch Button.
When in the Unlock Inhibit position, ground
is applied to the Unlock Inhibit motors in the
other lock units. The Central Locking Con-
trol Unit is grounded at terminal 10 and then
activates the Lock Relay. Voltage is applied
to the Unlock Inhibit motors through termi-
nal 1. They are now activated and engage the
other Unlock Inhibit mechanisms. The direc-
tion of the motors is reversed when the doors
are unlocked (see Unlock).
Trunk Lock
The Trunk Lock operates in a manner similar
to the Door Locks.
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1. When the Ignition Switch is initially
placed in “Run,” the Active Check
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the Active Check Control Unit Brake
Light LED and panel light illuminate
for test purposes. Depressing the hrake
pedal clears the display.
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in “Run,” fault monitoring begins.
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6410-0
SYSTEM CHECK
This procedure provides an overall check of
the Heating and Air Conditioning System.
Each of the steps can be performed without
disassembly or the use of tools.
Complete this procedure with the tem-
perature outside the car above 60 degrees F (16
degrees C) and the engine warm and running at
idle.
HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING
SYSTEM CHECK TABLE
SET: Temperature Control fully counterclockwise
Upper and Lower Slide Levers to extreme left
Center Slide Lever to extreme right
Blower Speed Control at 0 (OFF)
ACTION
NORMAL RESULT
Press Fresh/Recirculating Air Switch (ON).
Release A/C button (OFF).
Fresh/Recirculating pushbutton lights. Blower
runs slowly.
Rotate Blower Speed Control through steps 1
to 4
Blower speed increases at each step to max-
imum speed at Step 4
Press Fresh/Recirculating Air Switch to release
it (OFF)
Fresh/Recirculating button is no longer lit. Out-
side air is drawn into car. (The sound of Flap
Door Motors may be heard repositioning flaps.)
Rotate Temperature Contol at least 1/4 turn
clockwise
Air flow becomes warm
Depress A/C button (ON)
A/C button lights. A/C Compressor runs. Auxil-
iary Cooling Fan runs
Move Center Slide Lever to the extreme left
A/C buttonis no longer lighted. A/C Compressor
turns off. Auxiliary Cooling Fan turns off.
Move Bottom Slide Lever to the center
A/C button lights. A/C Compressor turns off.
Auxiliary Cooling Fan runs.
Press A/C button to release it (OFF)
A/C button is no longer lighted.
A/C Compressor turns off.
Auxiliary Cooling Fan turns off.
Set Blower Speed Control to 0 (OFF)
Blower turns off
* |faliof the steps can be completed as described, the Heating and Air Conditioning System is operating
normally.
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The Water Shut-Off Solenoid controls the
flow of engine coolant through the heater core.
When the solenoid is energized, coolant flow is
shut off to allow maximum cooling from the air
conditioning system. The Water Shut-Off Sole-
noid is controlled by the Hot Water Cut-Off
Switch, which is part of the A/C Control Panel
TEMP Control.
Battery voltage is applied through Fuse 20 to
the Hot Water Cut-Off Switch when the Igni-
tion Switch is in RUN. The Hot Water Cut-Off
Switch is closed when the TEMP Control is
rotated fully counterclockwise (coldest posi-
tion), and opens when the control is rotated
more than 20 degrees in a clockwise direction.
When the switch is closed, battery voltage is
applied through the A/C In-Line Fuse to the
Water Shut-Off Solenoid. The solenoid is ener-
gized and shuts off the coolant flow through the
heater core.
The Water Shut-Off Solenoid and A/C In-Line
Diode are protected by the A/C In-Line Fuse. If
any failures occur in the solenoid, the Fuse will
isolate them to prevent the failures from affect-
ing other parts of the heating and air condition-
ing circuits.
A/C TEMPERATURE CONTROL
TROUBLESHOOTING HINTS
e Try the following checks before doing the Sys-
tem Diagnosis.
1. Check that Water Shut-Off Solenoid connec-
tor is firmly seated.
2. Check the A/C In-Line Fuse.
® Go to Heating and Air Conditioning (64 10-0}
System Check for a guide to normal operation.
* Go to System Diagnosis for diagnostic tests.
SYSTEM DIAGNOSIS
* Do the following test if the Water Shut-Off
Solenoid does not operate normally.
WATER SHUT-OFF SOLENOID TEST
(TABLE 1)
6411-1
(Continued from previous column)
* Tf all voltages are correct, replace the
Water Shut-Off Solenoid.
1. Check the BU wire and A/C In-Line Fuse
for an open. If wire and Fuse are good, go
to Table 2.
2. Check the BR wire for an open to ground.
Check that connector C204 is properly
mated.
3. Check BU wire for a wire-to-wire short to
voltage. If wire is good, replace the A/C
Control Panel TEMP Control.
WATER SHUT-OFF SOLENOID TEST
(TABLE 2)
Measure: VOLTAGE
At: WATER SHUT-OFF SOLENOID
CONNECTOR (Disconnected)
Conditions:
* Ignition Switch: RUN
e A/C Control Panel TEMP Control:
FULLY COUNTERCLOCKWISE
Measure: VOLTAGE
At: HOT WATER CUT-OFF SWITCH
CONNECTOR (Disconnected)
Conditions:
e [gnition Switch: RUN
* Water Shut-Off Solenoid: CONNECTED
Measure Correct For Diaanosis
Between Voltage 9
GN/BR &
Ground Battery See 1
GN/BR & BU Battery See 2
Measure Correct For Diagnosis
Between Voltage 9
BU & Ground Battery See 1
BU & or BR Battery See 2
® Rotate A/C Control Panel TEMP Control
to Mid-Position
BU & Ground | 0 Volts See 3
If both voltages are correct, replace the
A/C Control Panel TEMP Control.
1. Check the GN/BR wire for an open back to
Fuse 20.
2. Check the BU wire for an open.
(Continued in next column)
6413-0 A/C BLOWER CONTROLS
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6413-1
CIRCUIT OPERATION
With the Ignition Switch in RUN, battery
voltage is applied to the Control Switches and
the Blower Speed Control through the GN/BR
wires. If either the A/C Select Switch or the
Fresh/Recirculating Air Switch are ON or the
Blower Speed Control is in position 1, battery
voltage is applied through the YL wire to the
Blower Resistors and the Blower Motor.
The Blower Motor is a variable speed motor
which runs at a speed proportional to the volt-
age applied to it. With all of the Blower
Resistors in the circuit, the voltage applied to
the motor is reduced so the motor runs at a low
speed.
As the Blower Speed Control is moved
through positions 2 and 3, some of the resistors
are bypassed, allowing more voltage to be
applied to the Blower Motor, which then runs at
a higher speed. When the Blower Speed Control
is moved to position 4, battery voltage is
applied directly to the Blower Motor, which
then runs at maximum speed.
The Blower Resistors dissipate heat because
of the current flowing through them. They are
cooled by the air flow from the blower. If there
is insufficient air flow to cool the resistors, the
safety switch will open, shutting the Blower
Motor off until the resistors have cooled.
TROUBLESHOOTING HINTS
¢ Try the following checks before doing the Sys-
tem Diagnosis.
1. Check Fuse 20 by visual inspection.
2. If Blower will run in high only, check the
Blower Resistors’ Safety Switch for an open.
* Go to Heating and Air Conditioning (6410-0)
System Check for a guide to normal operation.
* Go to System Diagnosis for diagnostic tests.
SYSTEM DIAGNOSIS
* Do the tests listed for your symptom in the
Symptom Table below.
e Tests follow the Symptom Table.
SYMPTOM TABLE
A: CONTROL SWITCH VOLTAGE TEST
Measure: VOLTAGE
At: CONTROL SWITCHES CONNECTOR
(Disconnected)
Conditions:
* Ignition Switch: RUN
¢ Blower Speed Control: OFF
SYMPTOM DO TEST
Blower Motor does
not run in any speed B
setting.
Measure Correct For
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Blower runs only in
HIGH (does not run
in any other speed
setting).
Blower does not run A
in some modes.
If all voltages are correct, do Test B.
Check the GN/BR wire for an open.
Check the YL wire for an open.
Check the BR/WT wire for an open.
If voltage is not present between the GN/
BR wire and both the Y1. wires (terminals
SC N m
3 and 5), do Test B.
Blower does not run
with A/C ON or in A
Recirculating mode.
A/C Select Switch or
Fresh/Recirculating A
Air Switch does not
light.
6413-2
A/C BLOWER CONTROLS
B: BLOWER SPEED CONTROL TEST
Measure: VOLTAGE
AT: BLOWER SPEED CONTROL
CONNECTOR (Disconnected)
Conditions:
* Ignition Switch: RUN
* A/C Select Switch: ON (Depressed)
* Fresh/Recirculating Air Switch: FRESH
(Not Depressed)
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7 (YL) €
Ground Battery See 2
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(BK) Battery 10
4 (GN/BR) & 2 See 6, 8, 9, &
(GN) Battery 10
4 (GN/BR) & 3 |
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If all voltages are correct, replace the
Blower Motor.
1. Check the GN/BR wire for an open.
2. Check the YL wire for an open between
Blower Speed Control and splice 5231.
3. Check the YL wire for a wire to wire short
to voltage.
4, Check the YL wire for an open between
splice S231 and the Blower Resistors.
(Continued from previous column)
5. Check the BK wire for an open.
6. Check the GN wire for an open.
7. Check the BU wire fr an open.
8
. If voltage is not present at the YL wire,
but is present at the GN wire or BK wire,
replace the Blower Resistors.
9. If voltage is not present at the YL, BK or
GN wires, check for an open Blower
Resistors’ Safety Switch.
10. If voltage is not present at the YL, BK,
GN and BU wires, do Test C.
C: BLOWER MOTOR TEST
Measure: VOLTAGE
At: BLOWER MOTOR CONNECTOR
(Disconnected)
Conditions:
¢ Ignition Switch: RUN
* A/C Select Switch: ON
* Blower Speed Control: HIGH
Measure Correct For Di
Between Voltage or -tagnosis
BU £ Ground Battery See 1
BU & BR Battery See 2
* If both voltages are correct, replace the
Blower Motor.
1. Check the BU wire for an open. If wire is
good, recheck Test B.
2. Check the BR wire to ground G200 for an
open.
(Continued in next column)
6421-0 A/C AIRDELIVERY CONTROL
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FLAP DOOR MOTORS
A/C AIR DELIVERY CONTROL 6421-1
CIRCUIT OPERATION TROUBLESHOOTING HINTS (Continued from previous column)
When the Ignition Switch is in RUN, battery * Try the following checks before doing the Sys- YL and WT | Battery | See 3
voltage is applied to terminal 7 of the Control
Switches, the normally open contacts of the LH
Fresh/Recirculating Air Relay, and the nor-
mally closed contacts of the RH Fresh/Recir-
culating Air Relay. If the Fresh/Recirculating
Air Switch is not depressed (open), battery volt-
age is applied through the normally closed con-
tacts of the RH Fresh/Recirculating Air Relay
to both Fresh/Recirculating Air Flap Door
Motors and then to ground through the nor-
mally closed contacts of the LH Fresh/Recir-
culating Air Relay. Both motors operate and
move the Fresh/Recirculating Air Flap Doors
to position A, allowing fresh air to enter the
blower.
When the Fresh/Recirculating Air Switch is
depressed (closed), battery voltage is applied
through the switch to both the LH and RH
Fresh/Recirculating Air Relay coils. Both
relays are energized. Battery voltage is then
applied through the closed contacts of the LH
Fresh/Recirculating Air Relay to the Flap Door
Motors, and to ground through the closed con-
tacts of the RH Fresh/Recirculating Air Relay.
Since the voltage is now applied to the Flap
Door Motors in the opposite direction, the
motors reverse direction and move the Fresh/
Recirculating Air Flap Doors to position B,
allowing only recirculating air to enter the
blower. Both of the Air Flap Door Motors
remain energized continuously. When the doors
reach the end of their travel, the motors stall
and hold the doors in position.
tem Diagnosis.
1. Check that LH and RH Fresh/Recirculating
Air Relays are firmly seated.
2. Check that LH and RH Fresh/Recirculating
Air Relay pigtail connectors are properly
mated.
* Go to Heating and Air Conditioning (6410A-0)
System Check for a guide to normal operation.
* Go to System Diagnosis for diagnostic tests.
SYSTEM DIAGNOSIS
* Do the tests below if the Fresh/Recirculating
Air Flap Doors do not operate.
A: FRESH/RECIRCULATING AIR FLAP
DOOR MOTOR VOLTAGE TEST
е [If all voltages are correct, replace the
inoperative motor.
1. Check the WT wire for an open. If wire is
good, do Test B for RH Air Relay.
2. Check the YL wire for an open. If wire is
good, do Test B for LH Air Relay.
3. Do Test B for both Air Relays.
B: FRESH/RECIRCULATING AIR RELAY
VOLTAGE TEST
Measure: VOLTAGE
At: FRESH/RECIRCULATING AIR FLAP DOOR
MOTOR PIGTAIL CONNECTORS
(Disconnected)
Conditions:
¢ Ignition Switch: RUN
* Fresh/Recirculating Air Switch:
RELEASED (FRESH)
Measure: VOLTAGE
At: FRESH/RECIRCULATING AIR RELAY
CONNECTOR (Disconnected)
Conditions:
e Ignition Switch: RUN
* Fresh/Recirculating Air Switch:
DEPRESSED (RECIRCULATING)
* Fresh/Recirculating Air Flap Door Motor
Connectors: CONNECTED
Measure Correct For Diagnosis
Between Voltage 9
WT and
Ground Battery See 1
WT and YL Battery See 2
e Fresh/Recirculating Air Switch:
DEPRESSED (RECIRCULATING)
YL and
Ground Battery See 3
(Continued in next column}
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6421-2
(Continued from previous page)
If all voltages are correct, replace the sus-
pect Fresh/Recirculating Air Relay.
Check the GN/BR wire for an open.
Check the GN wire back to the Control
Switches for an open. If wire is good, do
Test C.
Check the BR wire for an open.
C:
CONTROL SWITCHES VOLTAGE
TEST
Measure: VOLTAGE
At: CONTROL SWITCHES CONNECTOR
(Disconnected)
Condition:
® Ignition Switch: RUN
Measure Correct For Diaanosis
Between Voltage 9
7 (GN/BR) é
Ground Battery See 1
7(GN/BR) &
8 (GN) Battery See 2
If both voltages are correct, replace the
Control Switches.
. Check the GN/BR wire for an open. If wire
is good, check that connector C204 is
properly mated.
Check the GN wire for an open between
the Control Switches and the LH and RH
Fresh/Recirculating Air Relays.
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CIRCUIT OPERATION
When the Ignition Switch isin RUN, battery
voltage is applied through Fuse 20 to the Com-
pressor Enable Switch. This switch is located in
the A/C Control Panel and is closed when either
the center or lower slide levers are moved about
Ys of the distance away from the left position,
This ensures that the A/C Compressor does not
run unless there is enough air flow to prevent
freezing of the evaporator.
When the A/C Select Switch is pressed and
the Compressor Enable Switch is closed, volt-
age is applied to terminal 3 of the Evaporator
Temperature Regulator. The Evaporator Tem-
paerature Regulator applies voltage from ter-
minal 5 to the Compressor Clutch through the
High Pressure Cut-Out Switch, the Low Pres-
sure Cut-Out Switch, and the Temperature
Switch (M3 engine).
The High Pressure Cut-Out Switch opens if
refrigerant pressure rises to a value which is too
high for normal operation. The Evaporator
Temperature Regulator also monitors the cur-
rent through the High Pressure Cut-Out
Switch. If terminal 2 of the Evaporator Tem-
perature Regulator does not receive voltage
when the clutch is engaged, the Evaporator
Temperature Regulator will remove ground
from the relay. The relay’s contacts will open,
removing battery voltage to the Compressor
Clutch. The Compressor Clutch will disengage.
The Evaporator Temperature Regulator will
again provide ground for the relay (after a short
time delay) and the Compressor Clutch will turn
on again. This on-off cycling of the Compressor
Clutch will continue if termianl 2 does not
receive an input.
COMPRESSOR CONTROLS
The Temperature Switch (M3 Engine) opens
to remove the compressor load from the engine
if the engine coolant temperature rises above
226°F (108°C). The Evaporator Temperature
Sensor signals the Evaporator Temperature
Regulator to de-energize the Compressor
Clutch when evaporator temperature is low
enough for freezing to result.
Clutch Diode
Whenever the Compressor Clutch is de-ener-
gized, the collapsing magnetic field induces a
voltage in the winding. The Clutch Diode pro-
vides a path for the resulting current.
TROUBLESHOOTING HINTS
Try the following checks before doing the Sys-
tem Diagnosis.
1. Check Fuse 20 by visual inspection.
2. Check that Compressor Clutch connector is
firmly seated.
* Go to Heating and Air Conditioning (6410-0)
System Check for a guide to normal operation.
* Go to System Diagnosis for diagnostic tests.
SYSTEM DIAGNOSIS
e Do the tests listed for your symptom in the
Symptom Table below.
e Tests follow the Symptom Table.
SYMPTOM TABLE
Compressor Clutch
does not engage À
Engine idle speed is
not high enough
when Compressor D
Clutch engages (325
engine only)
Compressor clutch
cycles on and off F
A: A/C ISOLATION TEST (TABLE 1)
Measure: VOLTAGE
At: HIGH PRESSURE CUT-OUT SWITCH
HARNESS CONNECTOR (Disconnected)
Conditions:
e [gnition Switch: RUN (Engine need not
be running)
e A/C Selector Switch: Depressed (ON)
Measure Correct For Diagnosis
Between Voltage 9
BLK/WHT &
Ground Battery See l
e If voltage is correct, go to Test B.
1. Goto Test C.
B: COMPRESSOR CLUTCH VOLTAGE
TEST
Measure: VOLTAGE
At: COMPRESSOR CLUTCH HARNESS
CONNECTOR (Disconnected)
Conditions:
¢ Ignition Switch: RUN (Engine need not
be running)
e A/C Control Panel: A/C ON
* Temperature outside car: Above 60°F
(16%)
C: EVAPORATOR TEMPERATURE
REGULATOR VOLTAGE AND
RESISTANCE TEST (TABLE 1)
COMPRESSOR CONTROLS
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C: EVAPORATOR TEMPERATURE
REGULATOR VOLTAGE AND
RESISTANCE TEST (TABLE 2)
Measure: VOLTAGE
At: EVAPORATOR TEMPERATURE
REGULATOR CONNECTOR
(Disconnected)
Conditions:
* Ignition Switch: RUN
* A/C Selector Switch: ON
Measure Correct
Between Voltage For Diagnosis
Measure: RESISTANCE
At: EVAPORATOR TEMPERATURE
REGULATOR CONNECTOR
(Disconnected)
Conditions:
* Ignition Switch: OFF
* Negative Battery Terminal:
BK or GY/WT
wire & Ground
(See
Schematic)
Battery See 1
* If the voltage is correct but Compressor
Clutch does not engage, replace the Com-
pressor Clutch.
1. Check for an open Low Pressure Cut-Out
Switch, High Pressure Cut-Out Switch,
A/C Temperature Switch, or associated
wiring (see schematic). If High Pressure
Cut-Out Switch is open, replace it. If Low
Pressure Cut-Out Switch is open, check
refrigerant pressure to be sure it is normal
before replacing switch. Replace the A/C
Temperature Switch if it is open and
engine coolant temperature is below
226 °F (108 °C).
Measure Correct For Diagnosis
Between Voltage
3 & Ground Battery See 1
3&4 Battery See 2
3&6 Battery See 3
e A/C Selector Switch: OFF
3 & Ground | 0 Volts See 4
e If all voltages are correct, go to Table 2.
1. Check the BK/VI wire for an open (see
schematic). If wire is good, do Test E.
2. Check the BR wire from terminal 4 for an
open (see schematic).
3. Check BR wire for an open.
4. Check the BK/VI wire for a wire-to-wire
short to voltage. If wire is good, replace
the A/C Selector Switch.
DISCONNECTED
Measure Correct For Diaanosis
Between Resistance 9
Approxi-
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ohms
Approxi-
mately 3.5K
1 & Ground to 4.5K ohms See 2
at 70°F (21°C)
5&2 Less than 0.5 See 3
ohms
e If all resistances are correct but Com-
pressor Clutch does not operate normally,
replace the Evaporator Temperature Reg-
ulator.
1. Check the VI wire for an open between the
Evaporator Temperature Regulator ter-
minal 2 and High Pressure Cut-Out
Switch (see schematic).
2. Check the BK/WT wire for an open or a
short to ground (see schematic). Check
the BR wire from terminal 6 to splice S229
for an open (see schematic). If wires are
good, replace the Evaporator Tem-
perature Sensor.
(Continued on next page)
6452-4
(Continued from previous page)
sure Cut-Out Switch.
3. Check BK/YL wire at terminal 5 for an
open between terminal 5 and High Pres-
D: IDLE SPEED CONTROL VOLTAGE
TEST
Measure: VOLTAGE
At: MOTRONIC CONTROL UNIT
CONNECTOR (Connected — Universal
Adapter)
Conditions:
e Ignition Switch: RUN
* A/C Control Panel: A/C ON
e Temperature Outside Car: Above 60
degrees F (16 degrees C)
Measure Correct For Diagnosis
Between Voltage gnos
40 (BK/GY) &
Ground Battery See 1
41 (VI/GY) £
Ground Battery See 2
* Ifthevoltageis correct, repair/replace the
Motronic Control Unit.
1. Check for an open in the BK/GY and BK/
RD wires.
2. Check for an open in the VI/GY and BK/
V1 wires.
COMPRESSOR CONTROLS
E: A/C SELECT SWITCH VOLTAGE
TEST
Measure: VOLTAGE
At: CONTROL SWITCHES CONNECTOR
(Connected)
Conditions:
* Ignition Switch: RUN
e A/C Control Panel: A/C ON
* Temperature Outside Car: Above 60
degrees F (16 degrees C)
Measure Correct For Diaanosis
Between Voltage 9
4 (WT) &
Ground Battery See 1
2 (BK/VI) &
Ground Battery See 2
e Ifboth voltages are correct, check connec-
tions at Evaporator Temperature Reg-
ulator.
1. Check that the Compressor Enable
Switch is closed. If the Compressor
Enable Switch is open, replace the A/C
Control Panel. If the Compressor Enable
Switch is closed, check for an open in the
WT and GN/BR wires.
2. Replace the A/C Select Switch.
F: COMPRESSOR CYCLING TEST
Check High Pressure Cut-Out Switch. Check
BK wire to terminal 2 of Evaporator Tem-
perature Regulator for an open or short. Repair/
replace as necessary.
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CIRCUIT OPERATION
With the Ignition Switch in ACCY, RUN or
START, Fuse 12 provides voltage to turn on
the three components in the system. When the
Radio Switch is on, voltage is applied to the
Radio, the Power Antenna Raise/Lower Input,
and the Amplifier. This voltage is used to con-
trol the individual unit's main power supply.
When the Raise/Lower Input of the Power
Antenna receives voltage, power is supplied
from Fuse 28 to run the motor and raise the
Antenna. When voltage is no longer present at
the Raise/Lower Input, the Antennais lowered.
Fuse 21 constantly supplies voltage to the
Memory Power Input of the Radio. This allows
the Radio to maintain the present settings
while it is turned off.
The Amplifier receives constant power at ter-
minal 11 from Fuse 27. When the Radio is on,
voltage is applied to terminal 13 to enable the
Amplifier.
The actual Radio signal originates at the
Antenna. It is supplied to the Radio, processed,
and output from the Left Channel and Right
Channel Outputs to the Fader Control. The
Fader Control alters the front to rear volume by
decreasing the resistance to the desired higher
volume outputs. The signal is then input to the
Left Front, Left Rear, Right Front, and Right
Rear Inputs to the Amplifier. After amplifica-
tion, the signal is output to the corresponding
speakers.
TROUBLESHOOTING HINTS
* Try the following checks before doing the Sys-
tem Check.
1. Check power input to the Radio by observ-
ing if Instrument Cluster Indicators light.
2. Check power input to Antenna by observ-
ing the Cigar Lighter.
3. Check memory power to Radio by checking
operation of the Glove Box Light.
4. Check power input to the Amplifier.
If Fader Control has no effect, but sound is
heard from all speakers, replace the Fader
Control.
6. Check that the Antenna is properly con-
nected.
7. Before troubleshooting a suspect Speaker,
check all connections to that Speaker.
8. If display shows “CODE” and Radio will
not operate, the individual Anti-Theft Code
must be entered. Refer to “Anti-Theft”
instruction booklet.
9. Check Radio Fuse located on back of Radio.
10. Check Amplifier Fuse located on back of
Amplifier.
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* Go to System Check for a guide to normal
operation.
* Go to System Diagnosis for diagnostic tests.
SYSTEM CHECK
* Use the System Check Table as a guide to
normal operation.
e Refer to System Diagnosis for a list of symp-
toms and diagnostic steps.
SYSTEM CHECK TABLE
ACTION NORMAL RESULT
With Ignition Antenna extends.
Switch in RUN, turn | Digital display
Radio ON. lights.
Sound is emitted
from all Speakers.
Sound volume varies
from front to rear.
Operate Fader
Control.
* Refer to System Diagnosis when a result is not
normal.
SYSTEM DIAGNOSIS
e Do the tests listed for your symptom in the
Symptom Table below.
e Tests follow the Symptom Table.
SYMPTOM TABLE
SYMPTOM FOR DIAGNOSIS
Radio does not work | Do Test A
(no display, no
sound).
Digital display Do Test B
lights, but there is
no sound.
LH Speakers or RH | Do Test C
Speakers do not
operate.
(Continued on next page)
(Continued from previous page)
Antenna does not Check ground wire
extend or retract. for an open. Make
sure ground G302 is
clean and tight.
OK, replace Power
B: AMPLIFIER POWER TEST
RADIO/ANTENNA 6500A-1
C: FADER SIGNAL TEST (TABLE 1)
Check wire to Power
Antenna for opens. If
Measure: VOLTAGE
At: AMPLIFIER CONNECTOR (Disconnected)
Conditions:
¢ Ignition Switch: RUN
Measure: VOLTAGE
At: FADER CONTROL CONNECTOR
(Disconnected)
Antenna.
An individual Do Test D
Speaker does not
operate.
Excessive noise Do Test
comes from all
Speakers.
A: RADIO POWER TEST
* Radio: ON
Measure Correct For Diagnosis
Between Voltage
11 & Ground Battery See 1
11 & 18 Battery See 2
13 & Ground Battery See 3
11 & 10 Battery See 4
Measure: VOLTAGE
At: RADIO CONNECTOR C216
(Disconnected) or CONNECTOR C215
(Disconnected)
Condition:
* Ignition Switch: RUN
* If all voltages are correct, go to Test C.
1. Check power supply wire for an open.
2. Check Amplifier ground to Amplifier for
an open to ground. Make sure ground
G200 is clean and tight.
3. Check Amplifier “Radio On” wire for an
open.
4. Check wire from terminal 10 for an open
to ground. Make sure ground G302 is
clean and tight.
Conditions:
* Ignition Switch: RUN
Radio: ON
Measure Correct For Di .
Between Voltage or “agnosis
Approxi-
3 & Ground mately 6 Volts See 1
Approxi-
6 & Ground mately 6 Volts See 2
Measure Correct For Diagnosis
Between Voltage
Jae Battery See 1
у e. Battery See 2
ed Battery See 3
e If all voltages are correct, check wire from
connector C215 to Radio for an open. If
wire is OK, remove Radio for service.
1. Check power input wire for an open
2. Check ground wire for an open to ground.
Make sure ground G200 is clean and
tight.
3. Check memory power supply wire for an
open.
If both voltages are correct, check for AC
voltage at Radio outputs with Radio
tuned to a strong signal. If AC voltage is
present, go to Table 2. Remove Radio for
service if AC voltage is not present.
. Check wire from Left Channel on Radio
for an open. If wire is good, remove Radio
for service.
Check wire from Right Channel on Radio
for an open. If wire is good, remove Radio
for service.
(Continued on next page)
6500A-2 RADIO/ANTENNA
(Continued from previous page)
C: FADER SIGNAL TEST (TABLE 2)
D: SUSPECT SPEAKER TEST
Measure: VOLTAGE
At: AMPLIFIER CONNECTOR (Disconnected)
Connect: OHMMETER
At: SUSPECT SPEAKER (Disconnected)
Condition:
* Ohmmeter set on Rx 1 scale or Diode
Check Scale
Action Correct Result | For Diagnosis
Connect
Ohmmeter
across Sp caker See 1
Speaker POP
Terminals
Conditions:
e Ignition Switch: RUN
* Radio: ON
Measure Correct For Diaanosis
Between Voltage 9
Approxi-
14 & Ground mately 6 Volts See 1
Approxi-
15 & Ground mately 6 Volts See 2
Approxi-
19 & Ground mately 6 Volts See 3
Approxi-
20 & Ground mately 6 Volts See 4
® If the result is correct, check wires to the
Amplifier for opens or shorts. If wires are
OK, check the related wire between Fader
and Amplifier.
1. Replace the suspect Speaker.
If all voltages are correct but sound was
not present, remove Amplifier for service.
. Check between pin 7 (Fader) to pin 14
(Amplifier) for an open in the wiring. If
wire is OK, replace Fader Control.
Check between pin 3 (Fader) to pin 15
(Amplifier) for an open in the wiring. If
wire is OK, replace Fader Control.
. Check between pin 6 (Fader) to pin 19
(Amplifier) for an open in the wiring. If
wire is OK, replace Fader Control.
. Check between pin 2 (Fader) to pin 20
(Amplifier) for an open in the wiring. If
wire is OK, replace Fader Control.
E: NOISE DIAGNOSIS
With Radio on and noise present, unplug the
Antenna at the back of the Radio.
* If noise is no longer present, it was being
picked up by the Antenna. Perform Antenna
Noise Test.
* If noise persists, it is coming in the Radio
wiring. Refer to the following Noise Symp-
tom Table.
ANTENNA NOISE TEST
Measure: RESISTANCE
At: ANTENNA
Measure Correct For Diagnosis
Between Resistance 9
Antenna Plug Less than 3
Base & Ohms See 1
Ground
Antenna Plug Greater than 1
ip &
Megaohm See 2
Antenna Plug oo.
B (open circuit)
ase
If both resistances are correct, check the
hood ground strap. If OK, substitute dif-
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Antenna. If noise is still present, refer to
Noise Symptom Table.
Check ground contact at Antenna base. If
necessary, install a braided ground strap
from the Antenna Base to Chassis
ground. Check for an open in the Antenna
Cable.
Check for a short to ground at the
Antenna or Antenna cable.
NOISE SYMPTOM TABLE
RADIO/ANTENNA 6500A-3
SYMPTOM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
REPAIR ACTION
Harsh popping or crackling noise present when
ignition on-changes with engine rpm.
Ignition Noise
Check for proper distributor cap shielding.
Check shielding ground strap. If not present,
install.
Check for defective spark plug or spark plug
wire.
Reroute spark plug wires laying against any-
thing that could be transmitting noise to the
Radio (wiring or sensor leads traveling into
the passenger compartment).
Check engine/firewall ground strap and engine
hood/body ground strap.
Check if engine hood is closing properly.
Connect dedicated ground strap to Radio.
Replace distributor cap and rotor.
High whine or howling that changes with engine
rpm.
Alternator noise
Connect dedicated ground strap to Radio.
Run a direct wire from Battery to Alternator.
AM only is weak and noisy.
AM alignment
Remove Radio for service.
FM only is weak and noisy.
FM alignment
Remove Radio for service.
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RELAY
g OXYGEN SENSOR «,
| HEATER RELAY *
; : Vis
679144 Y
Figure 5 - Forward of LH Front Shock Tower
(Relay Cover Removed)
De AIR FLOW
” METER
a
À
Figure 6 - Forward of LH Front Shock Tower
COMPONENT LOCATION VIEWS 7000-1
IGNITION
COIL
COOLANT MEP CRUISE
LEVEL — FE CONTROL
SWITCH Pr dy ACTUATOR
EA
| 611006
Figure 3 - Lower LH Side of Engine
DUAL TEMPERATURE
SWITCH
OXYGEN
SENSOR
DIAGNOSTIC
CONNECTOR
IDLE SPEED
ACTUATOR
a
09405 611002
Figure 2 - Top RH Side of Radiator Figure 4 - LH Front of Engine Figure 6 - Lower RH Rear of Engine
Compartment
7000-2 COMPONENT LOCATION VIEWS
BLOWER
MOTOR
COMPRESSOR ¿AN wea E В NX E E comms
CLUTCH ВЕ sad E FAN HIGH PRESSURE
DIODE | | E CUT-OUT
| No SWITCH
LOW PRESSURE
CUT-OUT
SWITCH
67907
e:
Figure 1 - Behind Cowl Figure 3 - Lower RH Front of Engine Figure 5 - Behind RH Headlights
(Cover Removed)
OIL PRESSURE
SWITCH
WASHER FLUID wp!
LEVEL SWITCH
611104 67940 free | Ш 67908
Figure 2 - Lower RH Rear of Engine Figure 4 - Lower RH Front of Engine Figure 6 - RH Side Of Engine Compartment
WASHER PUMP
67909
Figure 1 - RH Side of Engine Compartment
AUXILIARY 4
AUXILIARY FAN
NORMAL SPEED
BLOWER RESISTOR
Figure 1 - Under Middle of Front Bumper
COMPONENT LOCATION VIEWS 7000-3
OUTSIDE
TEMPERATURE
SENSOR
67916
#
{Splash Guard Pulled Down)
BATTERY JUNCTION
BLOCK (COVER PULLED
BACK)
4 67901 |||
Figure 4 - RH Side of Engine Bulkhead
BRAKE §
WEAR
SENSOR
Figure 5 - LH Front Brake Assembly
(Wheel Removed)
SPEED
DETECTOR
67941
Figure 6 - LH Front Spindle Assembly
7000-4 COMPONENT LOCATION VIEWS
ÉTÉ AA pn, -
Dr ae
a
UNES
Nm
Figure 3 - Below LH Front Speaker
Figure 1 - Above LH Front Door Jamb Switch
SPEEDOMETER
SENDER
6/8449
Figure 6 - Inside LH Front Door
(Panel Removed)
Figure 4 - RH Rear of Differential
Figure 2 - Above RH Front Door Jamb Switch
*
INTERIOR LIGHT
CENTRAL LOCKING TIMER CONTROL
CONTROL UNIT
| i
OVER VOLTAGE
PROTECTION
RELAY
y; BSAS
ABS ELECTRONIC y
CONTROL UNIT
Figure 2 - Under LH Side of Dash
67952 a
Figure 4 - Under LH Side of Dash
COMPONENT LOCATION VIEWS 7000-5
ON-BOARD
COMPUTER ¥
RELAY BOX 4
START
RELAY
(AUTOMATIC
ONLY)
SEATBELT
WARNING
TIMER
CHIME
MODULE |
7000-6 COMPONENT LOCATION VIEWS
HAZARD mms ON-BOARD À
SWITCH HE р COMPUTER E
| Lu a I
EVAPORATOR §
TEMPERATURE @
SLIP RING й
fj (Underside of
REGULATOR
fl Steering Whee!) JB Ру
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EVAPORATOR [JAN
TEMPERATURE 7 al
SENSOR
sh
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Figure 3 - Under LH Side of Da
AIR FLAP DOOR
MOTOR
A/C IN-LINE
HOT WATER FUSE
SUNROOF
CUT-OFF SWITCH 8
| MOTOR E ACTIVE CHECK
leo E CONTROL UNIT
WATER SHUT-OFF
SOLENOID
3 na м ы
Figure 6 - Center of Windshield Header
REAR WINDOW
SAFETY SWITCH
E POWER WINDOW
CIRCUIT BREAKER
AUTOMATIC
TRANSMISSION
RANGE
SWITCH
Figure 1 - Center Console
BRAKE
SWITCH
Figure 2 - Веаг of Center Console
CRUISE CONTROL BT. WI MOTRONIC
UNIT Ш
Figure 4 - At Base of LH *'B’’ Pillar
COMPONENT LOCATION VIEWS 7000-7
hd
N CONTROL
Figure 6 - Inside Glove Box
Maeda A
AUTO-CHARGIN
FLASHLIGHT
CONNECTOR
7000-8 COMPONENT LOCATION VIEWS
POWER
ANTENNA
G302
(2.70 Engine)
. > ee
Ten:
(Behind Amplifier)
¥ REAR LIGHTS
CHECK RELAY
М (ABOVE AMPLIFIER)
Figure 2 - Under RH Side of Rear Seat Figure 4 - LH Front Of Trunk
TRUNK LID |
LOCK MOTOR i
67919
GAS FILLER
LOCK MOTOR
Ч
BATTERY
67918
Figure 6 - RH Rear Of Trunk
COMPONENT LOCATION VIEWS 7000-9
THROTTLE
SWITCH
ENGINE SPEED
SENSOR
1
BOARD COMPUTER
HORN
B/C HORN
DIODE
М) EVAPORATIVE om
69408
Figure 1 - Under LH Side of Front Bumper Figure 3 - Lower RH Front Of 2.5i Engine Figure 5 - LH Side Of 2.5i Engine
(Splash Guard Pulled Down)
CYLINDER
IDENTIFICATION
SENSOR
CLUTCH
SWITCH
69407
Figure 2 - RH Front Shock Tower Figure 4 - RH Front Of 2.5i Engine (Cover Figure 6 - Under LH Side of Dash
Removed)
7000-10 COMPONENT LOCATION VIEWS
— LEFT TANK |
FUEL SENDER
Figure 1 - Under LH Side of Rear Seat
7
This index lists all the splices in the vehicle, the harness location of each splice, and the page on which each
splice appears. The drawings after the index show how the harnesses are routed through the vehicle and the
location of the splices on the harness.
SPLICE
S100
S103
S104
5105
5106
S107
S108
S109
S110
S111
S112
S113
S114
5115
S116
S118
S119
S201
S202
S207
S209
S210
3211
S212
S213
5215
5219
5221
S223
S224
HARNESS
MAIN
MAIN
ENGINE
ENGINE
ENGINE
ENGINE
ENGINE
ENGINE
A/C
ENGINE
ENGINE
ENGINE
MAIN
MAIN
MAIN
MAIN
MAIN
ON-BOARD
COMPUTER
ON-BOARD
COMPUTER
MAIN
MAIN
MAIN
MAIN
MAIN
MAIN
MAIN
INSTRUMENT
PANEL
INSTRUMENT
PANEL
CRUISE
CONTROL
MULTI-
FUNCTION
CLOCK
PAGE
NUMBER
8000-2
8000-2
8000-3
8000-3
8000-3
8000-3
8000-3
8000-3
NOT
SHOWN
8000-3
8000-3
8000-3
8000-2
8000-2
8000-2
8000-2
8000-2
8000-6
8000-6
8000-2
8000-2
8000-2
8000-2
8000-2
8000-2
8000-2
8000-5
8000-5
NOT
SHOWN
NOT
SHOWN
SPLICE
S225
S226
S228
S229
S230
S231
S232
5233
5234
5238
5239
5240
5241
5 300
5301
5302
S303
S306
5306
S307
S308
S309
S310
S313
S316
S319
S322
HARNESS
MULTI-
FUNCTION
CLOCK
AIR
CONDITIONING
CRUISE
CONTROL
AIR
CONDITIONING
MAIN
MAIN
MAIN
MAIN
MAIN
- MAIN
MAIN
AIR
CONDITIONING
MAIN
DOOR
DOOR
DOOR
DOOR
DOOR
INSTRUMENT
PANEL
INSTRUMENT
PANEL
DOOR
DOOR
MAIN
RADIO
MAIN
MAIN
DOOR
PAGE
NUMBER
NOT
SHOWN
NOT
SHOWN
NOT
SHOWN
NOT
SHOWN
8000-2
8000-2
8000-2
8000-2
8000-2
NOT
SHOWN
8000-2
NOT
SHOWN
8000-2
8000-4
8000-4
8000-4
8000-4
8000-4
8000-5
8000-5
8000-4
8000-4
8000-2
NOT
SHOWN
8000-2
8000-2
8000-4
SPLICE HARNESS PAGE
NUMBER
S323 DOOR 8000-4
5324 MAIN 8000-2
5326 MAIN 8000-2
5329 MAIN 8000-2
S330 MAIN 8000-2
5332 DOOR 8000-4
S333 DOOR 8000-4
S340 MAIN 8000-2
S341 MAIN 8000-2
S342 DOOR 8000-4
S345 RADIO NOT
SHOWN
S400 RADIO NOT
SHOWN
S402 DOOR 8000-4
S403 RADIO NOT
SHOWN
S404 RADIO NOT
SHOWN
S411 DOOR 8000-4
S420 RADIO NOT
SHOWN
S501 DOOR 8000-4
5502 DOOR 8000-4
S503 DOOR 8000-4
S504 DOOR 8000-4
S700 ENGINE 8000-3
S701 ENGINE 8000-3
S702 ENGINE 8000-3
S703 ENGINE 8000-3
8000-2 SPLICE LOCATION VIEWS
MAIN HARNESS SPLICE LOCATIONS
————
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a— $114
9 $100 $115 C101 a 5234
$116 ES
s119 NA
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1
a
TO CLUSTER
AREA $239 $213
TO ENGINE TO
COMPARTMENT STEERING
COLUMN
AREA
| $118
TO REAR 5232
OF CAR
\ L
NM
==
5329
5330
Co Re
5102
4 —— —+
\ \ X y
/ \ В
POWER $230 $233 S211 $310 G300
DISTRIBUTION S340 $209 $212 $316
BOX $319 $210
$207 $215
$326
SPLICE LOCATION VIEWS 8000-3
ENGINE HARNESS SPLICE LOCATIONS
$703
$111
$701
$108 $700
S107
ENGINE
$109
S113
——— 8105
Ny — = = ИИ
\ à _
À
DIAGNOSTIC
CONNECTOR S112 $106
$104 C101
8000-4 SPLICE LOCATION VIEWS
DOOR HARNESS SPLICE LOCATIONS
$411
RIGHT
FRONT
DOOR
MIRROR RH DOOR
LOCK MOTOR
WINDOW >
MOTOR ~
LEFT
FRONT
DOOR $501
$308 $504 \ $309
\ |
LH DOOR ThE
LOCK qu
SWITCH
x) RR
(4 DOOR
ONLY)
— = : 2
x
>, N $302
%_ NS, S303
NS
SNS
C401
SPLICE LOCATION VIEWS 8000-5
INSTRUMENT PANEL HARNESS SPLICE LOCATIONS
C103
$306 $307
$221
219
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$201 $202
DIAGNOSTIC CONNECTOR FACE
Pin aire ce lor Circuit and Component Connected
1 1 BK Ignition Coil, Motronic Control Unit
6 5 WT/BK | SRS Connector (Not Used)
7 5 АТОМ Service Interva) Indicator, Service Interval
11 2.5 BK/YL | Starter, Start Signal (50)
12 75 BU Charge, Alternator (D+)
14 2.5 RD Battery (+)
15 5 WT/YL | Motronic Control Unit (RXD)
16 1.5 GN/WT | Oxygen Sensor
18 5 GN/BU | Motronic Control Unit (Programming Voltage)
19 1.5 BR BR Ground Distribution (6103)
20 5 WT/VI | Motronic Control Unit (TXD)
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CIRCUITS USING C302 (ACCESSORY CONNECTOR)
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© @ B Not Used О Not Used
© C Anti-Lock Braking P Not Used
| D Central Locking Q Power Windows &
® | oll © Е Not Used Sunroof
” ® F Not U sed R Cruise Control |
М) | G Anti-Lock Braking S Anti-lock Braking
H On-Board Computer T Not Used
© о © | Not Used U Not Used
© | | O o || J Not Used м Radio
| K Not Used W Radio
« и | Not Used X Radio
Figure 1-C302 (Accessory Connector) M Not Used Y Radio
Front View—Under LH Side г Power Antenna
of Dash Ahead of Pedal Assembly
8500-2 CONNECTOR VIEWS
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CYLINDER IDENTIFICATION SENSOR
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FADER CONTROL
Wiring Face
FLASHER
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Wiring Face
FRESH/RECIRCULATING
AIR RELAY
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Wiring Face
FUEL TANK SENDER
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Wiring Face
FOG LIGHT SWITCH
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Wiring Face
FRONT TURN/PARK LIGHT
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HAZARD SWITCH
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INSTRUMENT CLUSTER (C1, C2)
CONNECTOR VIEWS 8500-5
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LIGHT SWITCH
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IDLE SPEED ACTUATOR
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INTERIOR LIGHT TIMER CONTROL
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MOTRONIC CONTROL UNIT
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MIRROR CONTROL SWITCH
Wiring Face
ON-BOARD COMPUTER
RELAY BOX
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POWER WINDOW SWITCHES
Wiring Face
OIL LEVEL SENSOR
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ON-BOARD COMPUTER MODULE
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Wiring Face
OVER VOLTAGE
PROTECTION RELAY
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Wiring Face
REAR DEFOGGER SWITCH
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REAR LIGHTS CHECK RELAY (C2)
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SUNROOF MOTOR (Ct)
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TRUNK LID LOCK MOTOR
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Wiring Face
EAT BELT WARNING TIMER
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Wiring Face
SUNROOF SWITCH
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8500-8 CONNECTOR VIEWS
Wiring Face
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Wiring Face
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Mating Face
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Wiring Face
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C304
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Wiring Face
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C405
8500-10 CONNECTOR VIEWS
Wiring Face
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9000-0
COMPONENT LOCATION CHART
COMPONENTS
A/C In-Line Fuse
ABS Electronic Control Unit ...
ABS Hydraulic Unit
Active Check Control Unit . . ..
Air Flow Meter
Amplifier
Auto-Charging Flashlight
Automatic Transmission Range
Switch. . . ..............
Auxiliary Fan. . . . ..........
Auxiliary Fan Normal Speed
Blower Resistor. . . ........
Auxiliary Fuse. . . ..........
B/C Horn Diode............
Backup Light Switch
Battery
Battery Junction Block.......
BlowerMotor . . ...........
Blower Resistors . . . . .......
Board Computer Horn
Brake Fluid Level Switch. . . . ..
Brake Switch
Brake Wear Sensors. ......e
Central Locking Control Unit . . .
Chime Module. . ...........
Clutch Switch. . ...........
Combination Switch
Compressor Clutch Diode . . . . .
Compressor Enable Switch... .
Coolant Level Switch. . . .....
Coolant Temperature Sender...
Coolant Temperature Sensor. . .
Cruise Control Actuator
Cruise Control Unit
Cylinder Identification Sensor . .
Diagnostic Connector. .......
Door Lock Motors
Driver Exterior Door Handie
Dual Temperature Switch .....
Engine Speed Sensor ........
Evaporative Purge Valve......
LH side of evaporator housing
Under LH side of dash, above hood release. ......
In front of LH front wheel well
Above rear view mirror
Behind air cleaner... .....coooeoceereserere veo
In trunk, above LH wheel well
In glove box. ......e..ecemreserererecoromerc.
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At base of shiftlever. . . . .. ........... ....
Infrontofradiator .............. 0.
Front RH side of auxiliary fan . . . . ............
On top of LH front shock tower
Above LH horn, behind splash guard ......r.e...
On transmission
In RH rear of trunk
Engine compartment at RH bulkhead. . . . .......
Behindcowl. . . ....... iia.
Behind cowl, inside blower housing
Above LH horn, behind splash guard. ..........
Left of engine, on brake fluid reservoir..........
On brake pedal support, above brake pedal. ......
On LH front and RH rear brake calipers
Below and behind LH front speaker. . . . . .......
Mounted on LH dash hush panel. . . ...........
Aboveclutchpedal.......................
Upper LH side of steering column
Lower RH front of engine, on compressor. . . . . ...
Behind A/C face plate
In front of LH front wheel well, in coolant reservoir .
Front of engine, top of thermostat housing. .. .. . .
Front of engine, top of thermostat housing. . . . . . .
Forward of LH front shock tower
Mounted under RH side of dash
On ignition wire, at distributor
Top LH front of engine
Rear part of each door
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In rear of LH front door
Top RH side of radiator
Lower RH frontofengine. . .................
Below LH side of throttle body
Page-Figure
7000-
7000-
6-2
5-2
0-4
6-6
0-6
- 8-4
7-6
COMPONENT LOCATION CHART 9000-1
COMPONENTS Page-Figure
Evaporator Temperature
Regulator. .............. Behind front of console, near evaporator ........ 7000- 6-3
Evaporator Temperature Sensor. On LH side of evaporator housing ........ —.—.re. 7000- 6-3
Flasher. ......_. e ee ene Upper part of steering column ......rQ. -—.cem... 7000- 6-1
Fresh/Recirculating Air Flap Door
Motors. . . .............. Behind A/C faceplate . . ................... 7000- 6-2
Fresh/Recirculating Air Relays . . Behind A/C face plate
Fuellnjectors . ............ Below intake manifold, ateach port. . . ......... 7000- 0-3
Fuel Pump Relay ........... On bracket, in front of LH front shock tower. ..... 7000- 0-5
Fuel Tank Sender. ........e.e. Top of fuel tank .........o.o comer ao. 7000- 8-2
Fusible Link A... .......... RH rear of trunk
Gas Filler Lock Motor ........ In trunk, behind RH wheel well. ......e.e._./oro.. 7000- 8-6
Hazard Switch ............ In center of dash, aboveradio ............... 7000- 6-5
High Pressure Cut-Out Switch. . On receiver dryer, behind RH headlight ......... 7000- 2-5
Horn Brush/Slip Ring ........ In upper part of steering column .. ............ 7000- 6-1
Horns .. 2244442404 4 0100 Near fog lights, behind splash guard ........... 7000- 3-3
Hot Water Cut-Off Switch .... Under LH side of dash, near evaporator .. .. .. ... 7000- 6-2
Idle Speed Actuator. . ....... LHtopofengine. . .......... ciao... 7000- 1-4
Ignition Coil .............. On RH front wheel well............. . es... 7000- 1-5
Ignition Key Switch. ........ Part of ignition switch, in upper part of steering
column
Ignition Switch . . . ......... Upper part of steeringcolumn ............... 7000- 6-1
Interior Light Timer Control. ... Below LH frontspeaker.................... 7000- 5-1
Left Tank Fuel Sender ....... Under LH side ofrearseat . . . ............... 7000-10-1
Low Pressure Cut-Out Switch... Behind RH headlights . . ................... 7000- 2-5
Main Fuel Pump ........... Infueltank ........... ci... 7000- 8-2
MainRelay . .............. On bracket in front of LH front shock tower . . . .. . Fñ7000- 0-5
MotorRelay .............. In windshield header, above rear view mirror . .. .. 7000- 6-6
Motronic Control Unit ....... Under RH side of dash, above glovebox ........ 7000- 7-3
Multi-Function Clock ........ Center of dash
Oil Level Sensor ........... Top LH side of oil pan . ............ em... 7000- 1-3
Oil Pressure Switch ......... Below oil filter . ......efe-oexcesrrreooerede er 7000- 2-4
On-Board Computer Module ... Incenter of dash, on RH side of radio ......... . 7000- 6-5
On-Board Computer Relay Box. . Under LH side of dash, above hood release. ..... . 7000- 5-5
Oscillating Plate Compressor
Clutch. ............... Lower RH front of engine, on compressor. . . ..... 7000- 2-3
Outside Temperature Sensor... Behind splash guard, near LH fog light .......... 7000- 3-3
Over Voltage Protection Relay. . Under LH side of dash, near ABS Electronic Control
Unit 20 ec 0 6 7000- 5-2
Oxygen Sensor. .......... Lower RH rear of engine compartment. . . ....... 7000- 1-6
Oxygen Sensor Heater Relay. . . On bracket, in front of LH front shock tower. . . . .. 7000- 0-5
Park Brake Switch .......e. 7000- 7-2
At base of parking brake .....e.._.opQcrereemeroa
9000-2
COMPONENTS
Power Antenna. ..........
Power Distribution Box. . . . ..
Power Window Circuit Breaker .
Power Window Motors. .....
Pulse Wheels ............
Rear Lights Check Relay .....
Rear Window Safety Switch...
RH Front Door Micro Switch...
Rotary Compressor Clutch ....
Safety Switch............
Seatbelt Switch ..........
Seatbelt Warning Timer .....
Speed Detectors..........
Speedometer Sender .......
Start Relay..............
Starter. ...0...0.0.0.0...40.0.0.0 4
Sunroof Motor ...........
Throttle Switch. . .........
Trunk Lid Lock Motor. ......
Unlock Inhibit Switch.......
Washer Fluid Level Switch ....
WasherPump............
Water Shut-Off Solenoid. . . ..
Wiper Motor. ............,
COMPONENT LOCATION CHART
In trunk, behind LHwheelwell . . .............
At top rear of LH front wheel well.............
On center console, belowradio. ..............
Forward partofeachdoor . .................
On wheel, in brake housing
In trunk, above LHwheelwell ...............
On center console, left of shift lever ...........
In rear of RH front door
Lower RH front of engine, on compressor. .......
On top of LH wheel well, near cruise control
actuator
In driver's seatbelt buckle
Under LH side of dash, on electrical bracket ......
On wheel, in brake housing .. .. .............
In rear of differential . . ....................
Upper LH corner of driver's footwell .. .. .......
Lower LH rearofengine ...................
in windshield header, above rear view mirror .....
Below LH side of throttle body .. .. ...........
On trunk lock center support .. ..............
Rear of LH front door
In reservoir, behind RH headlights. . . ..........
Ahead of RH front wheel well, on reservoir. .. .. . .
LH side of evaporator housing .. .............
Under LH fresh air intake cowl .. .............
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COMPONENT LOCATION CHART 9000-3
CONNECTORS Page-Figure
C101 (20pins) . ........... Next to power distribution box, mounted on engine
dash... . ee eee 7000- 0-2
C103 (29 pins) .........e.. Behind LH side of dash, on body electrical bracket. . 7000- 5-4
C104 (3 pins) ............. Behind RH side of dash, above glove box... .. .. . 7000- 6-3
C109 (6 pins) ............. Near wiper motor
С110................... In RH front of engine compartment
C113 (3 pins) ..........e.. Behind LH headlights . .................... 7000- 0-4
C126 (2 pins) . .........e.. Behind LH headlights
C127 (2 pins)... ......._.e.e Behind RH headlights . .................... 7000- 2-5
C128 (2 pins). ............ Behind RH front side marker light
C129 (2 pins) ........—...e. Behind LH front side marker light
cC131 (1 pin). ............e. Behind RH side of dash, above glove box ........ 7000- 7-3
С136................... UnderRHsideofdash. .................... 7000- 7-3
C140 (3 pins) ............. Near RH rear side of engine compartment. .. .. .. . 7000- 1-6
C142 (1 pin). . ..........2. Under LH side of dash, near steering column ..... 7000- 6-4
C143 (1 pin).............. Under LH side of dash, near body electrical bracket. 7000- 5-6
C150 (2 pins) ............. On top of LH front wheelwell. . . ............. 7000- 0-6
C151 (2 pins). .........e.. On top of RH front wheel well ............e... 7000- 3-1
С190................... Under RH side ofrearseat. . . ............... 7000- 8-2
С191................... Lower LH sideofengine ................... 7000- 2-2
C2009pins). ............ Under LH side of dash, on steering column. . . .... 7000- 6-4
C201 (6pins). ............ Under LH side of dash, on steering column. . ... .. 7000- 6-4
C202 (13 pins) ............ Under LH side of dash, on steering column. ...... 7000- 6-4
C204 (9 pins). ............ Under LH side of dash, near steering column ..... 7000- 6-3
C208 (2 pins). ............ Near brake pedal support bracket . . ........... 7000- 5-6
C209 (7 pins). ............ Above brake pedal ..........o. or... 7000- 5-3
C210 (4 pins) ..........eo. On LH side of steering column . . ............. 7000- 6-4
C215 (2 pins). ......e..e.o Center console, behind radio ................ 7000- 6-5
C217 (2 pins) ............. Under LH side of dash, near accessory connector .. 7000- 5-4
C218 (2 pins). .......e..e. Behind center of dash
C219 (2 pins). .......e.... In trunk, above LH wheel well .......... omo. 7000- 8-3
C233 (2 pins). ............ Behind centerofdash. .................... 7000- 6-5
C240 (6 pins) ............. Under LH side of dash, above body electrical bracket
Ce eh ee eee tere 4 0 4 4 4 8 0 8 0 4 0 8 8 14» 7000- 5-3
C241 (1pin).............. Under LH side of dash, above steering column .... 7000- 6-4
C?260 [2 pins). ............ Behind LH sideofdash . ................... 7000- 5-3
C301 (2 pins). ........ e... At base of shift lever. . ......._eoWcncoerearedo. 7000- 7-1
C302 (25 pins) Accessory
Connector .............. Upper LH corner of driver's footweli ........... 7000- 5-4
C303 (3 pins). ............ At base of RH B' "pillar . .................. 7000- 7-5
C304 (3 pins). ..........2.. At base of LH ''B”' pillar .......... . eme... 7000- 7-4
C305(1pin). ............. Under LH side of dash, near accessory connector .. 7000- 5-3
9000-4 COMPONENT LOCATION CHART
CONNECTORS Page-Figure
C306. .................. Incenterconsole . ....................... 7000- 7-1
C351 (1pin).............. Under LH side of dash, near accessory connector .. 7000- 5-3
C352 (2 pins). ............ Behind LH side of rearseat. . . ............... 7000- 8-1
C360(2pins)............. Behind RH side of rearseat ................. 7000- 8-2
C401 (7pins). ............ In LH ‘’B”’ pillar
C402 (7 pins). ............ In RH “B” pillar
C403 (4 pins). ............ Behind LH side of dash
C404 (21 pins) ............ Above RH front door jamb switch ............. 7000- 4-2
C405 (21 pins) ............ Above LH front door jamb switch ..........e.. 7000- 4-1
C406. .................. Below RH front speaker. . .. ................ 7000- 4-5
C407... ..... LL La 10 Below LH front speaker... . ................ 7000- 4-3
C500 (tpn). ............. Behind LH side of dash
C503 (3 pins). ............ In rear of LH front door
C510 (1 pin). ............. Behind and above LH front speaker. ........... 7000- 5-1
GROUNDS
G100. .................. RH rear of trunk, behind battery .............. 7000- 8-6
С103................,,. OnRHshocktower. . ..................... 7000- 9-2
С104.................,. On inner fender, behind LH headlights . . . ....... 7000- 1-1
G106................... In trunk, near LH wheelwell. . . .............. 7000- 8-4
G200................... Under LH side of dash, above brake pedal ....... 7000- 5-5
С201................... Upper LH side of steering column ............. 7000- 6-1
G300................... Behind LH side of rearseat. . .. .............. 7000- 8-1
G302................... In trunk, behind LH wheelwell . . ............. 7000- 8-3