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NOTICE When handling supplemental restraint system components (removal, installation or inspection, etc.), always follow the direction given in the repair manuals listed above to prevent accidents and supplemental restraint system malfunction. FOREWORD This wiring diagram manual has been prepared to provide information on the electrical system of the 1999 CAMRY. Applicable models: MCV20 Series SXV20 Series For service specifications and repair procedures of the above models other than those listed in this manual, refer to the following manuals; Manual Name Pub. No. _ 1999 CAMRY Repair Manual Volume 1 Volume 2 _ 1999 TOYOTA New Car Features RM654U1 RM654U2 NCF160U All information in this manual is based on the latest product information at the time of publication. However, specifications and procedures are subject to change without notice.

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FOREWORDThis wiring diagram manual has been prepared to provide information on the electrical system of the 1999 CAMRY.

Applicable models: MCV20 Series SXV20 Series

For service specifications and repair procedures of the above models other than those listed in this manual, refer to the following manuals;

Manual Name _ 1999 CAMRY Repair Manual Volume 1 Volume 2 _ 1999 TOYOTA New Car Features

Pub. No. RM654U1 RM654U2 NCF160U

All information in this manual is based on the latest product information at the time of publication. However, specifications and procedures are subject to change without notice.

NOTICE When handling supplemental restraint system components (removal, installation or inspection, etc.), always follow the direction given in the repair manuals listed above to prevent accidents and supplemental restraint system malfunction.

A INTRODUCTIONThis manual consists of the following 12 sections: No. INDEX A INTRODUCTION HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL TROUBLE SHOOTING ABBREVIATIONS GLOSSARY OF TERMS AND SYMBOLS Brief explanation of each section. Section Index of the contents of this manual. Description

B

Instructions on how to use this manual.

C

Describes the basic inspection procedures for electrical circuits.

D

Defines the abbreviations used in this manual.

E

Defines the symbols and functions of major parts.

F

RELAY LOCATIONS

Shows position of the Electronic Control Unit, Relays, Relay Block, etc. This section is closely related to the system circuit. Describes position of Parts Connectors, Splice points, Ground points, etc. This section is closely related to the system circuit. Index of the system circuits. Electrical circuits of each system are shown from the power supply through ground points. Wiring connections and their positions are shown and classified by code according to the connection method. (Refer to the section, How to use this manual). The System Outline and Service Hints useful for troubleshooting are also contained in this section. Shows ground positions of all parts described in this manual.

G

ELECTRICAL WIRING ROUTING INDEX

H SYSTEM CIRCUITS

I

GROUND POINTS OVERALL ELECTRICAL WIRING DIAGRAM POWER SOURCE (Current Flow Chart) PART NUMBER OF CONNECTORS

J

Provides circuit diagrams showing the circuit connections.

K

Describes power distribution from the power supply to various electrical loads.

L

Indicates the part number of the connectors used in this manual.

HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL B This manual provides information on the electrical circuits installed on vehicles by dividing them into a circuit for each system. The actual wiring of each system circuit is shown from the point where the power source is received from the battery as far as each ground point. (All circuit diagrams are shown with the switches in the OFF position.) When troubleshooting any problem, first understand the operation of the circuit where the problem was detected (see System Circuit section), the power source supplying power to that circuit (see Power Source section), and the ground points (see Ground Points section). See the System Outline to understand the circuit operation. When the circuit operation is understood, begin troubleshooting of the problem circuit to isolate the cause. Use Relay Location and Electrical Wiring Routing sections to find each part, junction block and wiring harness connectors, wiring harness and wiring harness connectors, splice points, and ground points of each system circuit. Internal wiring for each junction block is also provided for better understanding of connection within a junction block. Wiring related to each system is indicated in each system circuit by arrows (from__, to__). When overall connections are required, see the Overall Electrical Wiring Diagram at the end of this manual.

B HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL[A] The system shown here is an EXAMPLE ONLY. It is different to the actual circuit shown in the SYSTEM CIRCUITS SECTION.

STOP LIGHTFROM POWER SOURCE SYSTEM (SEE PAGE 66)

15A STOP

2

[B]

1

,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, [C]7. 5A GAUGE 4 IB 3 IB R (W/G) L (S/D)

RL

2 S6 STOP LIGHT SW 14 IE1

RL

PPPP @@@@ ,,,, PPPP @@@@ ,,,, PPPP @@@@ ,,,, PPPP @@@@ ,,,, PPPP @@@@ ,,,, PPPP @@@@ ,,,, PPPP @@@@ ,,,,7 3C 15 3C 4

[G]

WR

C7 REAR LIGHTS WARNING LIGHT [COMB. METER]

[E]

13

[D]

1 GW

GW TO ABS ECU

GW

7

8 DELAY CIRCUIT

L4 LIGHT FAILURE SENSOR

2

1

11

[I]1 BV1 GR

GR

B18

[J]

[K]

GR

GR

(SHIELDED) R6 STOP LIGHT RH [REAR COMB. LIGHT LH]

R7 STOP LIGHT RH [REAR COMB. LIGHT RH]

4

4

G

2

[L]1

H17 HIGH MOUNTED STOP LIGHT

3

3

WB

WB

1 BV1

WB B18 WB

BO

[M]

50

[N]

WB

BL

WB

YG

I5

L (S/D)

[H] [F]

4

B[A] : System Title [B] : Indicates a Relay Block. No shading is used and only the Relay Block No. is shown to distinguish it from the J/BExample : Indicates Relay Block No.1

[I]

: Indicates the wiring color. Wire colors are indicated by an alphabetical code. B L P = Black = Blue = Pink W = White V Y = Violet = Yellow BR = Brown SB = Sky Blue GR = Gray

R = Red G = Green

O = Orange LG = Light Green

[C] : ( ) is used to indicate different wiring and connector, etc. when the vehicle model, engine type, or specification is different. [D] : Indicates related system. [E] : Indicates the wiring harness and wiring harness connector. The wiring harness with male terminal is shown with arrows ( ). Outside numerals are pin numbers.

The first letter indicates the basic wire color and the second letter indicates the color of the stripe.Example: LY

L (Blue)

Y (Yellow)

Female

Male (

)

[J] : Indicates a wiring Splice Point (Codes are E for the Engine Room, I for the Instrument Panel, and B for the Body).

The first letter of the code for each wiring harness and wiring harness connector(s) indicates the components location, e.g, E for the Engine Compartment, I for the Instrument Panel and Surrounding area, and B for the Body and Surrounding area. When more than one code has the first and second letters in common, followed by numbers (e.g, IH1, IH2), this indicates the same type of wiring harness and wiring harness connector. [F] : Represents a part (all parts are shown in sky blue). The code is the same as the code used in parts position. [G] : Junction Block (The number in the circle is the J/B No. and the connector code is shown beside it). Junction Blocks are shaded to clearly separate them from other parts.

The Location of splice Point I 5 is indicated by the shaded section. [K] : Indicates a shielded cable.

[L] : Indicates the pin number of the connector. The numbering system is different for female and male connectors.Example : Numbered in order from upper left to lower right Numbered in order from upper right to lower left

Example:

,,,, ,,,,3C indicates ,,,,that it is inside ,,,,Junction Block ,,,, ,,,,No.3 ,,,,

Female

Male

[M] : Indicates a ground point. [H] : When 2 parts both use one connector in common, the parts connector name used in the wire routing section is shown in square brackets [ ]. The first letter of the code for each ground point(s) indicates the components location, e.g, E for the Engine Compartment, I for the Instrument Panel and Surrounding area, and B for the Body and Surrounding area. [N] : Page No.

B HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL[O]SYSTEM OUTLINE Current is applied at all times through the STOP fuse to TERMINAL 2 of the stop light SW. When the ignition SW is turned on, current flows from the GAUGE fuse to TERMINAL 8 of the light failure sensor, and also flows through the rear lights warning light to TERMINAL 4 of the light failure sensor.

STOP LIGHT DISCONNECTION WARNINGWhen the ignition SW is turned on and the brake pedal is pressed (Stop light SW on), if the stop light circuit is open, the current flowing from TERMINAL 7 of the light failure sensor to TERMINALS 1, 2 changes, so the light failure sensor detects the disconnection and the warning circuit of the light failure sensor is activated. As a result, the current flows from TERMINAL 4 of the light failure sensor to TERMINAL 11 to GROUND and turns the rear lights warning light on. By pressing the brake pedal, the current flowing to TERMINAL 8 of the light failure sensor keeps the warning circuit on and holds the warning light on until the ignition SW is turned off.

[P]

SERVICE HINTS

S6 STOP LIGHT SW21 : Closed with the brake pedal depressed

L4 LIGHT FAILURE SENSOR1, 2, 7GROUND : Approx. 12 volts with the stop light SW on 4, 8GROUND : Approx. 12 volts with the ignition SW at ON position 11GROUND : Always continuity

[Q]Code C7 H17

: PARTS LOCATION See Page 34 36 : RELAY BLOCKS Code 1 18 See PageRelay Blocks (Relay Block Location)

Code L4 R6 36 37

See Page

Code R7 S6 37 35

See Page

[R]

R/B No.1 (Instrument Panel Left)

[S]

PPP @@@ ,,, ,,, : JUNCTION BLOCK AND WIRE HARNESS CONNECTOR PPP @@@ ,,, PPP @@@ Code See PageIB 20 22 3C

Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location)

Instrument Panel Wire and Instrument Panel J/B (Lower Finish Panel) Instrument Panel Wire and J/B No.3 (Instrument Panel Left Side)

[T]

: CONNECTOR JOINING WIRE HARNESS AND WIRE HARNESS Code IE1 42 50 : GROUND POINTS Code BL 50 50 : SPLICE POINTS Code See Page 44 Wire Harness with Splice Points Cowl Wire Code B18 50 See Page Wire Harness with Splice Points Luggage Room Wire BO See Page Ground Points Location Under the Left Quarter Pillar Back Panel Center BV1 See Page Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location) Floor Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Left Kick Panel) Luggage Room Wire and Floor Wire (Luggage Compartment Left)

[U]

[V]

[W]

I5

C7

H17GRAY

L4 1 2 _ 4 X X 7 8 _ X 11 X

R6

R7

S6

_ _ _ 4 X_

_ _ _ _ _ _ 13

1

2

X _ _ 3 6 _

X _ _ 3 6 _

1 _

2 _

[X]

B[O] : Explains the system outline. [P] : Indicates values or explains the function for reference during troubleshooting. [Q] : Indicates the reference page showing the position on the vehicle of the parts in the system circuit. Example : Part L4 (Light Failure Sensor) is on page 36 of the manual. The letter in the code is from the first letter of the part, and the number indicates its order in parts starting with that letter.Example : L 4 Parts is 4th in order Light Failure Sensor

[R] : Indicates the reference page showing the position on the vehicle of Relay Block Connectors in the system circuit. Example : Connector 1 is described on page 18 of this manual and is installed on the left side of the instrument panel. [S] : Indicates the reference page showing the position on the vehicle of J/B and Wire Harness in the system circuit. Example : Connector 3C connects the Instrument Panel Wire and J/B No.3. It is described on page 22 of this manual, and is installed on the instrument panel left side. [T] : Indicates the reference page describing the wiring harness and wiring harness connector (the female wiring harness is shown first, followed by the male wiring harness). Example : Connector IE1 connects the floor wire (female) and Instrument panel wire (male). It is described on page 42 of this manual, and is installed on the left side kick panel. [U] : Indicates the reference page showing the position of the ground points on the vehicle. Example : Ground point BO is described on page 50 of this manual and is installed on the back panel center. [V] : Indicates the reference page showing the position of the splice points on the vehicle. Example : Splice point I5 is on the Cowl Wire Harness and is described on page 44 of this manual. [W]: Indicates connector to be connected to a part (the numeral indicates the pin No.) Explanation of pin use.

Pins used in the system circuit. Occupied positions, but not applicable to the system circuit. Unoccupied positions. The pins shown are [X] : Connector Color only for the highest grade, or only include those in the specification. Connectors not indicated are milky white in color.

HINT :Junction Connector

Junction connector (code: J1 to J40) in this manual include a short terminal which is connected to a number of wire harnesses. Always perform inspection with the short terminal installed. (When installing the wire harnesses, the harnesses can be connected to any position within the short terminal grouping. Accordingly, in other vehicles, the same position in the short terminal may be connected to a wire harness from a different part.) Wire harness sharing the same short terminal grouping have the same color.

Same Color

Short Terminal

B HOW TO USE THIS MANUALThe ground points circuit diagram shows the connections from all major parts to the respective ground points. When troubleshooting a faulty ground point, checking the system circuits which use a common ground may help you identify the problem ground quickly. The relationship between ground points ( EA , IB and IC shown below) can also be checked this way.

I GROUND POINTFAN MAIN RELAY 5 WB CIGARETTE LIGHTER E3 WB A WB HEATER CONTROL ASSEMBLY I6 A I6 WB PARKING BRAKE SW HEATER SERVO MOTOR AMPLIFIER BLOWER SW FAN MAIN RELAY 5 WB O/D MAIN SW WB A

A/C FAN RELAY NO.2 A/C FAN RELAY NO.3

5

WB

E3

CLOCK

WB

A

5

WB

E3

A

A

RADIATOR FAN MOTOR RETRACT CONTROL RELAY RETRACT MOTOR RH

WB

E3 E2

WB

WB

E4

RETRACT MOTOR LH FRONT TURN SIGNAL LIGHT RH PARKING LIGHT RH FRONT TURN SIGNAL LIGHT LH PARKING LIGHT LH DOOR LOCK CONTROL SW RH DOOR KEY LOCK SW RH DOOR LOCK MOTOR RH DOOR LOCK CONTROL RELAY WB

WB

E5 WB WB FRONT SIDE MARKER LIGHT RH WB FRONT SIDE MARKER LIGHT LH BRAKE FLUID LEVEL WARNING SW WB 2 IA1

E4 WB WB E4 WB WB B4 WB B4

E4

E5

E6

WB

WB

WB

I4 WB

,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,,7 3B 1 3D 3 3F 13 3G 6 3E WB

J1 JUNCTION CONNECTOR WB COMBINATION METER WB HORN SW [COMB. SW] DIMMER SW [COMB. SW] CRUISE CONTROL MIRROR SW REMOTE CONTROL MIRROR SW TURN SIGNAL FLASHER I2 REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER SW LIGHT CONTROL SW [COMB. SW] WIPER AND WASHER SW [COMB. SW] UNLOCK WARNING SW B5 B5 POWER WINDOW MASTER SW POWER WINDOW CONTROL RELAY DOOR KEY LOCK SW LH DOOR LOCK CONTROL SW DOOR LOCK MOTOR LH WB (4AGZE) FUEL CONTROL SW 3 IC3 WB WOOFER AMPLIFIER BR COMBINATION METER BR I3 BR FUEL SENDER COMBINATION METER

7 WB 3C

I2 WB

WB

WB

5 WB 3E

I2

I5 WB WB 15 ID1

WB B4 WB

WB

10 EA2 WB

I5

I5

EA BLOWER RESISTOR ELECTRICAL IDLEUP CUT RELAY (M/T) A/C AMPLIFIER WB I4 WB WB 8 IB1 WB I8 WB WB WB

B5 B5

4 RADIO AND PLAYER BR 4

4 WB 4

I5

I5

WB HEATER RELAY AUTO ANTENNA MOTOR 4 BR 5 BA1 BR BR 4 WB I3 BR

4 WB IB

IC

The system shown here is an EXAMPLE ONLY. It is different to the actual circuit shown in the SYSTEM CIRCUITS SECTION.

BThe Current Flow Chart section, describes which parts each power source (fuses, fusible links, and circuit breakers) transmits current to. In the Power Source circuit diagram, the conditions when battery power is supplied to each system are explained. Since all System Circuit diagrams start from the power source, the power source system must be fully understood.

K POWER SOURCE (Current Flow Chart)The chart below shows the route by which current flows from the battery to each electrical source (Fusible Link, Circuit Breaker, Fuse, etc.) and other parts.10A ECUB Short Pin 2 7.5A DOME 15A EFI Battery 30A AM2 2 S2 10A HORN 100A ALT 60A ABS Fusible Link Block 6 10A HAZARD 2 20A RADIO NO.1 Starter 2

6

5

Engine Room R/B (See Page 20)Fuse20A STOP

SystemABS ABS and Traction Control Cruise Control Electronically Controlled Transmission and A/T Indicator Multiplex Communication System Cigarette Lighter and Clock Combination Meter Headlight Interior Light Key Reminder and Seat Belt Warning Light Auto Turn Off Theft Deterrent and Door Lock Control

Page194 187 180 166 210 214 230 112 122

10A

DOME

POWER SOURCEW E6 W W

40A DOOR LOCK CB 1.25B FL MAIN W 1 W 1 2 1 WL

BATTERY 3 EA2 1 EA1 W B 50A MAIN B E7 WB B 2 W 2 7 EB1

W I2 W W I2 W 1 W 1 1

7.5A DOME 1

R

I2

E7

B

7.5A AM2 2 15A HAZRADIO 2 2

WR

6 EB1 WR W

2

1 TAIL RELAY

W

B

INJECTION RELAY BO AM2 AM1 2 1 3 WB 2 BW 2 ACC 8 4

I8 IGNITION SW

41 GW

31

E7

B

2

2

4

1 IG2 IG1

G

STARTER RELAY B B 2 1 3 WB 2 BW

15A TAIL 1

G

3

2

B E7

2

2

4

BY 1

20A DEFOG 1

WR

2

B

BY 1

15A RAD CIG 1

PL

The system shown here is an EXAMPLE ONLY. It is different to the actual circuit shown in the SYSTEM CIRCUITS SECTION.

C TROUBLESHOOTINGTo Ignition SW IG Terminal

VOLTAGE CHECK(a) Establish conditions in which voltage is present at the check point. Example: [A] Ignition SW on [B] Ignition SW and SW 1 on [C] Ignition SW, SW 1 and Relay on (SW 2 off) (b) Using a voltmeter, connect the negative lead to a good ground point or negative battery terminal, and the positive lead to the connector or component terminal. This check can be done with a test light instead of a voltmeter.

Fuse [A]

SW 1 [B]

Voltmeter

Relay [C]

SW 2

Solenoid

CONTINUITY AND RESISTANCE CHECK(a) Disconnect the battery terminal or wire so there is no voltage between the check points. (b) Contact the two leads of an ohmmeter to each of the check points.

Ohmmeter

SW

Ohmmeter

If the circuit has diodes, reverse the two leads and check again. When contacting the negative lead to the diode positive side and the positive lead to the negative side, there should be continuity. When contacting the two leads in reverse, there should be no continuity.

Diode

(c) Use a volt/ohmmeter with high impedance (10 k/V minimum) for troubleshooting of the electrical circuit.Digital Type Analog Type

CTo Ignition SW IG Terminal

FINDING A SHORT CIRCUIT(a) Remove the blown fuse and disconnect all loads of the fuse. (b) Connect a test light in place of the fuse. (c) Establish conditions in which the test light comes on. Example: [A] Ignition SW on [B] Ignition SW and SW 1 on [C] Ignition SW, SW 1 and Relay on (Connect the Relay) and SW 2 off (or Disconnect SW 2) (d) Disconnect and reconnect the connectors while watching the test light. The short lies between the connector where the test light stays lit and the connector where the light goes out. (e) Find the exact location of the short by lightly shaking the problem wire along the body.

Test Light

Fuse Case Short [A]

SW 1 Short [B] Disconnect Disconnect Light Relay Short [C]

CAUTION:(a) Do not open the cover or the case of the ECU unless absolutely necessary. (If the IC terminals are touched, the IC may be destroyed by static electricity.) (b) When replacing the internal mechanism (ECU part) of the digital meter, be careful that no part of your body or clothing comes in contact with the terminals of leads from the IC, etc. of the replacement part (spare part).

Disconnect SW 2 Solenoid

DISCONNECTION OF MALE AND FEMALE CONNECTORSTo pull apart the connectors, pull on the connector itself, not the wire harness. HINT : Check to see what kind of connector you are disconnecting before pulling apart.

Pull Up

Pull Up

Press Down

Press Down

C TROUBLESHOOTINGReference:

HOW TO REPLACE TERMINAL (with terminal retainer or secondary locking device)1. PREPARE THE SPECIAL TOOL 1 HINT : To remove the terminal from the connector, please construct and use the special tool or like object shown on the left. 2. DISCONNECT CONNECTOR

10 3

1Example: (Case 1)

0.2(mm)

3. DISENGAGE THE SECONDARY LOCKING DEVICE ORUp Tool

TERMINAL RETAINER. (a) Locking device must be disengaged before the terminal locking clip can be released and the terminal removed from the connector. (b) Use a special tool or the terminal pick to unlock the secondary locking device or terminal retainer. NOTICE: Do not remove the terminal retainer from connector body.

Terminal Retainer

[A]Terminal Retainer

For NonWaterproof Type Connector HINT : The needle insertion position varies according to the connectors shape (number of terminals etc.), so check the position before inserting it. Case 1 Raise the terminal retainer up to the temporary lock position.

[Retainer at Full Lock Position]

Stopper

Terminal Retainer

[Retainer at Temporary Lock Position]

Case 2 Open the secondary locking device.

Example: (Case 2)

Secondary Locking Device

CTool Tab

Tab

Example:

Terminal Retainer

[B]Tool

For Waterproof Type Connector HINT : Terminal retainer color is different according to connector body. Example: Terminal Retainer Black or White Black or White Gray or White : Connector Body : Gray : Dark Gray : Black

Tool Male

Access Hole ( Mark)

Female

Case 1 Type where terminal retainer is pulled up to the temporary lock position (Pull Type). Insert the special tool into the terminal retainer access hole (_Mark) and pull the terminal retainer up to the temporary lock position.Retainer at Full Lock Position

HINT : The needle insertion position varies according to the connectors shape (Number of terminals etc.), so check the position before inserting it.

Retainer at Temporary Lock Position [Male] [Female]

Example: (Case 2)

Terminal Retainer

Case 2 Type which cannot be pulled as far as Power Lock insert the tool straight into the access hole of terminal retainer as shown.

Tool Press Down [Female]

Tool

[Male]

Press Down

C TROUBLESHOOTINGPush the terminal retainer down to the temporary lock position.

Retainer at Full Lock Position

Retainer at Temporary Lock Position

[Male]Locking Lug

[Female](c) Release the locking lug from terminal and pull the terminal out from rear.

Tool

4. INSTALL TERMINAL TO CONNECTOR (a) Insert the terminal. HINT: 1. Make sure the terminal is positioned correctly. 2. Insert the terminal until the locking lug locks firmly. 3. Insert the terminal with terminal retainer in the temporary lock position.

(b) Push the secondary locking device or terminal retainer in to the full lock position. 5. CONNECT CONNECTOR

ABBREVIATIONS DABBREVIATIONSThe following abbreviations are used in this manual. ABS A/C ACIS A/T = = = = AntiLock Brake System Air Conditioning Acoustic Control Induction System Automatic Transaxle Combination Electronic Control Unit Exhaust Gas Recirculation Electronic Spark Advance Evaporative Emission Fusible Link Junction Block LeftHand Manual Transaxle Overdrive Relay Block RightHand Sequential Multiport Fuel Injection Supplemental Restraint System Switch Temperature Vacuum Switching Valve With Without

COMB. = ECU EGR ESA EVAP FL J/B LH M/T O/D R/B RH SFI SRS SW TEMP. VSV w/ w/o = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =

The titles given inside the components are the names of the terminals (terminal codes) and are not treated as being abbreviations.

E GLOSSARY OF TERMS AND SYMBOLSBATTERY Stores chemical energy and converts it into electrical energy. Provides DC current for the autos various electrical circuits. CAPACITOR (Condenser) A small holding unit for temporary storage of electrical voltage. GROUND The point at which wiring attaches to the Body, thereby providing a return path for an electrical circuit; without a ground, current cannot flow.

HEADLIGHTS Current flow causes a headlight 1. SINGLE filament to heat up and emit light. A FILAMENT headlight may have either a single (1) filament or a double (2) filament

CIGARETTE LIGHTER An electric resistance heating element.

2. DOUBLE FILAMENT

CIRCUIT BREAKER Basically a reusable fuse, a circuit breaker will heat and open if too much current flows through it. Some units automatically reset when cool, others must be manually reset. DIODE A semiconductor which allows current flow in only one direction.

HORN An electric device which sounds a loud audible signal.

IGNITION COIL Converts lowvoltage DC current into highvoltage ignition current for firing the spark plugs.

DIODE, ZENERA diode which allows current flow in one direction but blocks reverse flow only up to a specific voltage. Above that potential, it passes the excess voltage. This acts as a simple voltage regulator.

LIGHT Current flow through a filament causes the filament to heat up and emit light.

PHOTODIODE The photodiode is a semiconductor which controls the current flow according to the amount of light.

LED (LIGHT EMITTING DIODE) Upon current flow, these diodes emit light without producing the heat of a comparable light.

DISTRIBUTOR, IIA Channels highvoltage current from the ignition coil to the individual spark plugs.

METER, ANALOG Current flow activates a magnetic coil which causes a needle to move, thereby providing a relative display against a background calibration. METER, DIGITAL Current flow activates one or many LEDs, LCDs, or fluorescent displays, which provide a relative or digital display. MOTOR A power unit which converts electrical energy into mechanical energy, especially rotary motion.

FUSEA thin metal strip which burns through when too much current flows through it, thereby stopping current flow and protecting a circuit from damage.FUEL

FUSIBLE LINK(for Medium Current Fuse) A heavygauge wire placed in high amperage circuits which burns through on overloads, thereby protecting the circuit. The numbers indicate the crosssection surface area of the wires.

M

(for High Current Fuse or Fusible Link)

ERELAY Basically, an electrically operated 1. NORMALLY switch which may be normally CLOSED closed (1) or open (2). Current flow through a small coil creates a magnetic field which either opens or closes an attached switch. 2. NORMALLY OPEN SPEAKER An electromechanical device which creates sound waves from current flow.

SWITCH, MANUAL 1. NORMALLY OPEN Opens and closes circuits, thereby i it th b stopping (1) or allowing (2) current flow.

RELAY, DOUBLE THROW A relay which passes current through one set of contacts or the other.

2. NORMALLY CLOSED

RESISTOR An electrical component with a fixed resistance, placed in a circuit to reduce voltage to a specific value.

SWITCH, DOUBLE THROW A switch which continuously passes current through one set of contacts or the other.

RESISTOR, TAPPED A resistor which supplies two or more different non adjustable resistance values.

SWITCH, IGNITION A key operated switch with several positions which allows various circuits, particularly the primary ignition circuit, to become operational.

RESISTOR, VARIABLE or RHEOSTAT A controllable resistor with a variable rate of resistance. Also called a potentiometer or rheostat. SENSOR (Thermistor) A resistor which varies its resistance with temperature. SWITCH, WIPER PARK Automatically returns wipers to the stop position when the wiper switch is turned off.

SENSOR, SPEED Uses magnetic impulses to open and close a switch to create a signal for activation of other components.(Reed Switch Type)

TRANSISTOR A solidstate device typically used as an electronic relay; stops or passes current depending on the voltage applied at base.

SHORT PIN Used to provide an unbroken connection within a junction block.

WIRES Wires are always drawn as (1) NOT straight lines on wiring CONNECTED diagrams. Crossed wires (1) without a black dot at the junction are j not joined; tj i d crossed wires (2) with a black dot or octagonal ( ) (2) SPLICED mark at the junction are spliced (joined) connections.

SOLENOID An electromagnetic coil which forms a magnetic field when current flows, to move a plunger, etc.

F RELAY LOCATIONS [Engine Compartment]

[Body]

F [Instrument Panel]

Fusible Link Block

Engine Compartment Left (See Page 18) (Inside Engine Room J/B No.2)

F RELAY LOCATIONS,,, ,,,: Instrument Panel J/B ,,,Lower Finish Panel (See Page 19)

F [Instrument Panel J/B Inner Circuit]

F RELAY LOCATIONS,,, ,,,: Engine Room J/B No.2 Engine Compartment Left (See Page 18) ,,,

F [Engine Room J/B No.2 Inner Circuit]

F RELAY LOCATIONS1

Engine Compartment Left (See Page 18) : Engine Room R/B No.1 (Inside Engine Room J/B No.2)

2

: Engine Room R/B No.2 Near the Battery (See Page 18)

F3

: Engine Room R/B No.3 Radiator Upper Support RH (See Page 18)

(TMMK Made w/ ABS and Traction Control) (TMC Made w/ ABS, w/ ABS and Traction Control)

3

: Fusible Link Block

Radiator Upper Support RH (See Page 18)

(TMMK Made w/ ABS w/o Traction Control)

G ELECTRICAL WIRING ROUTINGPosition of Parts in Engine Compartment

[1MZFE]

A 1 A/C Condenser Fan Motor A 2 A/C Magnetic Clutch and Lock Sensor A 3 A/C Triple Pressure SW (A/C Dual and Single Pressure SW) A 4 ABS Actuator A 5 ABS Actuator A 6 ABS Actuator and ECU A 7 ABS and Traction Actuator A 8 ABS and Traction Actuator A 9 ABS Speed Sensor Front LH A 10 ABS Speed Sensor Front RH A 28 Air Fuel Ratio Sensor (Bank 1 Sensor 1) A 29 Air Fuel Ratio Sensor (Bank 2 Sensor 1) A 30 A/C Ambient Temp. Sensor A 31 Airbag Sensor Front LH A 32 Airbag Sensor Front RH B 1 BackUp Light SW B 2 Brake Fluid Level Warning SW C 1 Camshaft Position Sensor C 2 Crankshaft Position Sensor C 3 Cruise Control Actuator D 1 Data Link Connector 1 D 2 Daytime Running Light Resistor D 3 Diode (A/C)

E E E E E F F F F F F F F F

1 2 3 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

EGR Gas Temp. Sensor EGR Valve Position Sensor Electronically Controlled Transmission Solenoid Engine Coolant Temp. Sensor Engine Hood Courtesy SW Front Turn Signal Light and Parking Light LH Front Turn Signal Light and Parking Light RH Front Wiper Motor Fusible Link Block Fusible Link Block Fusible Link Block Fusible Link Block Fusible Link Block Fusible Link Block

G 1 Generator G 2 Generator H H H H H H 1 2 3 4 5 6 Headlight LH Headlight RH Heated Oxygen Sensor (Bank 1 Sensor 1) Heated Oxygen Sensor (Bank 2 Sensor 1) Horn (High) Horn (Low)

GPosition of Parts in Engine Compartment

[1MZFE]

I I I I I I I I I I I

1 2 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

Idle Air Control Valve Igniter Ignition Coil No.1 Ignition Coil No.2 Ignition Coil No.3 Injector No.1 Injector No.2 Injector No.3 Injector No.4 Injector No.5 Injector No.6

R 1 Radiator Fan Motor S 1 Starter S 2 Starter T 1 Theft Deterrent Horn T 2 Throttle Position Sensor V 2 Vehicle Speed Sensor (Combination Meter) V 3 Vehicle Speed Sensor (Electronically Controlled Transmission) V 4 VSV (EGR) V 5 VSV (EVAP) V 6 VSV (Intake Air Control) W W W W W 1 2 3 4 5 Washer Level Warning SW Washer Motor Water Temp. Sender Water Temp. SW No.1 Water Temp. SW No.2

K 1 Knock Sensor 1 K 2 Knock Sensor 2 M 2 Mass Air Flow Meter N 1 Noise Filter (Ignition) O 1 Oil Pressure SW P 1 Park/Neutral Position SW,A/T Indicator Light SW and BackUp Light SW P 2 Power Steering Oil Pressure SW

G ELECTRICAL WIRING ROUTINGPosition of Parts in Engine Compartment

[5SFE]

A 1 A/C Condenser Fan Motor A 2 A/C Magnetic Clutch and Lock Sensor A 3 A/C Triple Pressure SW (A/C Dual and Single Pressure SW) A 4 ABS Actuator A 5 ABS Actuator A 6 ABS Actuator and ECU A 9 ABS Speed Sensor Front LH A 10 ABS Speed Sensor Front RH A 11 Air Fuel Ratio Sensor A 31 Airbag Sensor Front LH A 32 Airbag Sensor Front RH B 1 BackUp Light SW B 2 Brake Fluid Level Warning SW C 1 Camshaft Position Sensor C 2 Crankshaft Position Sensor C 3 Cruise Control Actuator D 1 Data Link Connector 1 D 2 Daytime Running Light Resistor

E E E E F F F F F F F F F

3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Electronically Controlled Transmission Solenoid Electronically Controlled Transmission Solenoid Engine Coolant Temp. Sensor Engine Hood Courtesy SW Front Turn Signal Light and Parking Light LH Front Turn Signal Light and Parking Light RH Front Wiper Motor Fusible Link Block Fusible Link Block Fusible Link Block Fusible Link Block Fusible Link Block Fusible Link Block

G 1 Generator G 2 Generator H H H H H 1 2 3 5 6 Headlight LH Headlight RH Heated Oxygen Sensor (Bank 1 Sensor 1) Horn (High) Horn (Low)

GPosition of Parts in Engine Compartment

[5SFE]

I 1 Idle Air Control Valve I 3 Ignition Coil and Igniter No.1 I 4 Ignition Coil and Igniter No.2 I 8 Injector No.1 I 9 Injector No.2 I 10 Injector No.3 I 11 Injector No.4 I 14 Intake Air Temp. Sensor K 1 Knock Sensor 1 M 1 Manifold Absolute Pressure Sensor N 1 Noise Filter (Ignition) O 1 Oil Pressure SW P 1 Park/Neutral Position SW,A/T Indicator Light SW and BackUp Light SW P 2 Power Steering Oil Pressure SW

R 1 Radiator Fan Motor S 1 Starter S 2 Starter T 1 Theft Deterrent Horn T 2 Throttle Position Sensor V 2 Vehicle Speed Sensor (Combination Meter) V 4 VSV (EGR) V 5 VSV (EVAP) W W W W 1 2 3 4 Washer Level Warning SW Washer Motor Water Temp. Sender Water Temp. SW No.1

G ELECTRICAL WIRING ROUTINGPosition of Parts in Instrument Panel

A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A B B B B C C C C C C C

12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 22 23 24 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 3 4 5 8 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

A/C Amplifier A/C Evaporator Temp. Sensor A/C SW ABS and Traction ECU ABS and Traction ECU ABS and Traction ECU ABS ECU ABS ECU Air Vent Mode Control Servo Motor Airbag Squib (Front Passenger Airbag Assembly) Airbag Squib (Steering Wheel Pad) Ashtray Illumination A/C Blower Motor Linear Controller A/C Control Assembly A/C Control Assembly A/C Room Temp. Sensor A/C Solar Sensor Air Inlet Control Servo Motor Air Mix Control Servo Motor Automatic Light Control Sensor Blower Motor Blower Resistor Blower SW Blower Resistor (Low Speed) Cigarette Lighter Cigarette Lighter Illumination Clock Clutch Start SW Combination Meter Combination Meter Combination Meter

C C C C C C C C D D D D D D E E E E E

11 12 13 14 15 17 18 19 4 5 6 7 10 11 7 8 9 10 11

Combination SW Combination SW Combination SW Cruise Control Clutch SW Cruise Control ECU Center Airbag Sensor Assembly Center Airbag Sensor Assembly Center Airbag Sensor Assembly Data Link Connector 2 Data Link Connector 3 Daytime Running Light Relay (Main) Diode (Courtesy) Diode (Dome) Diode (IdleUp) Engine Control Module Engine Control Module Engine Control Module Engine Control Module Engine Control Module

G 3 Glove Box Light and SW H 7 Hazard SW H 8 Heated Oxygen Sensor (Bank 1 Sensor 2) H 9 Heater Control SW I I I I 15 16 17 18 Ignition Key Cylinder Light Ignition SW Integration Relay Integration Relay

GPosition of Parts in Instrument Panel

J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33

Junction Connector Junction Connector Junction Connector Junction Connector Junction Connector Junction Connector Junction Connector Junction Connector Junction Connector Junction Connector Junction Connector Junction Connector Junction Connector Junction Connector Junction Connector Junction Connector Junction Connector Junction Connector Junction Connector Junction Connector Junction Connector Junction Connector Junction Connector Junction Connector Junction Connector Junction Connector Junction Connector Junction Connector Junction Connector Junction Connector Junction Connector Junction Connector Junction Connector

J J J J

34 35 36 37

Junction Connector Junction Connector Junction Connector Junction Connector

K 3 Key Interlock Solenoid O 2 O/D Main SW and A/T Shift Lever Illumination P 3 Parking Brake SW P 4 Power Outlet R R R R R R S S S S T T T T T 2 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 3 4 5 6 7 Radio and Player Radio and Player Radio and Player Rear Window Defogger SW Remote Control Mirror SW Rheostat Shift Lock ECU Stereo Component Amplifier Stereo Component Amplifier Stop Light SW Theft Deterrent ECU Theft Deterrent ECU Traction Off SW Turn Signal Flasher Transponder Key Amplifier

U 1 Unlock Warning SW W 6 Wireless Door Lock ECU

G ELECTRICAL WIRING ROUTINGPosition of Parts in Body

A 25 ABS Speed Sensor Rear LH A 26 ABS Speed Sensor Rear RH A 27 Auto Antenna Motor and Relay B 6 Buckle SW LH C16 Condenser D12 D13 D14 D15 D16 D17 D18 D19 D20 D21 D22 Door Courtesy SW Front LH Door Courtesy SW Front RH Door Courtesy SW Rear LH Door Courtesy SW Rear RH Door Key Lock and Unlock SW Front LH Door Key Lock and Unlock SW Front RH Door Lock Control SW RH Door Lock Motor and Door Unlock Detection SW Front LH Door Lock Motor and Door Unlock Detection SW Front RH Door Lock Motor and Door Unlock Detection SW Rear LH Door Lock Motor and Door Unlock Detection SW Rear RH

F 10 F 11 F 12 F 13 F 14

Front Door Speaker LH Front Door Speaker RH Front Tweeter (Speaker) LH Front Tweeter (Speaker) RH Fuel Pump and Sender

H10 High Mounted Stop Light I 19 Interior Light J 38 Junction Connector J 39 Junction Connector J 40 Junction Connector L L L L L L 1 2 3 4 5 6 License Plate Light LH License Plate Light RH Light Failure Sensor Luggage Compartment Key Unlock SW Luggage Compartment Light Luggage Compartment Light SW

GPosition of Parts in Body

M 3 Moon Roof Control SW and Relay M 4 Moon Roof Motor and Limit SW N 2 Noise Filter (Rear Window Defogger) P 5 P 6 P 7 P 8 P 9 P 10 P 11 P 12 P 13 P 24 P 25 Personal Light Power Window Control SW Front RH Power Window Control SW Rear LH Power Window Control SW Rear RH Power Window Master SW and Door Lock Control SW LH Power Window Motor Front LH Power Window Motor Front RH Power Window Motor Rear LH Power Window Motor Rear RH Pretensioner LH Pretensioner RH

R 8 R 9 R10 R 11 R12 R13 R14 R15 R16 R17

Rear Combination Light LH Rear Combination Light LH Rear Combination Light RH Rear Combination Light RH Rear Speaker LH Rear Speaker RH Rear Window Defogger Rear Window Defogger Remote Control Mirror LH Remote Control Mirror RH

S 7 Side Airbag Sensor LH S 8 Side Airbag Sensor RH V V V V 1 7 8 9 Vapor Pressure Sensor VSV (Vapor Pressure Sensor) Vanity Light LH Vanity Light RH

G ELECTRICAL WIRING ROUTINGPosition of Parts in Seat

B 7 Buckle SW LH P 14 P 15 P 16 P 17 P 18 P 19 P 20 Power Seat Control SW (Drivers Seat) Power Seat Control SW (Front Passengers Seat) Power Seat Motor (Drivers Seat Rear Vertical Control) Power Seat Motor (Drivers Seat Reclining Control) Power Seat Motor (Drivers Seat Slide Control) Power Seat Motors (Drivers Seat) Power Seat Motor (Front Passengers Seat Rear Vertical Control) P 21 Power Seat Motor (Front Passengers Seat Reclining Control) P 22 Power Seat Motor (Front Passengers Seat Slide Control) P 23 Power Seat Motors (Front Passengers Seat)

S 9 Side Airbag Squib LH S 10 Side Airbag Squib RH

MEMO

G ELECTRICAL WIRING ROUTING: Location of Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness : Location of Ground Points

[1MZFE]

: Location of Splice Points

G Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire HarnessEA1DARK GRAY (w/ Daytime Running Light)

EB1

GRAY

1 2

2 1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

4 8

3 7

2 6

1 5

(w/o Daytime Running Light)

EB1

GRAY

EB2

GRAY

EC1

DARK GRAY

1 2 3 4 5 6 X X

4

3

2 6

1 5

1

1

X X

1 2 3 4

2 1 4 3

ES1

BLACK

1

1

Code EA1 EB1 EB2 EC1 ES1

Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location) Engine Room Main Wire and Engine Room Main No.3 Wire (Radiator LH) Cowl Wire and Engine Room Main Wire (Under the Engine Room J/B No.2) No 2) Engine Wire and Sensor Wire (Head Cover RH) Engine Wire and Engine Room Main Wire (Under the Engine Room J/B No.2)

G ELECTRICAL WIRING ROUTING: Location of Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness : Location of Ground Points

[5SFE]

: Location of Splice Points

G Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire HarnessEA1DARK GRAY (w/ Daytime Running Light)

EB1

GRAY

1 2

2 1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

4 8

3 7

2 6

1 5

(w/o Daytime Running Light)

EB1

GRAY

EB2

GRAY

1 2 3 4 5 6 X X

4 X

3 X

2 6

1 5

1

1

Code EA1 EB1 EB2

Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location) Engine Room Main Wire and Engine Room Main No.3 Wire (Radiator LH) Cowl Wire and Engine Room Main Wire (Under the Engine Room J/B No.2) No 2)

G ELECTRICAL WIRING ROUTING: Location of Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness

: Location of Ground Points

G Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness

Code ID1 IE1 IE2 IF1 IF2 IG1 IG2 IG3 IH1 IH2

Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location) Floor Wire and Cowl Wire (Left Kick Panel) Front Door LH Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Left Kick Panel) Front Door LH Wire and Cowl Wire (Left Kick Panel) Floor Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Left Kick Panel) Instrument Panel Wire and Cowl Wire (Lower Finish Panel) Instrument Panel Wire and Cowl Wire (Under the Blower Motor) Instrument Panel Wire and Instrument Panel No 2 Wire (Instrument Panel Brace RH) No.2

G ELECTRICAL WIRING ROUTING: Location of Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness

: Location of Splice Points

G Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness

Code II1 II2 II3 II4 IJ1 IK1 IK2 IK3 IL1 IM1 IM2 IN1 IN2 IT1 IU1

Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location)

Engine Wire and Cowl Wire (Under the Blower Motor)

Engine Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Under the Blower Motor) Engine Room Main Wire and Cowl Wire ( g Kick Panel) g (Right ) Floor No.2 Wire and Cowl Wire (Right Kick Panel) Front Door RH Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Right Kick Panel) Floor No 2 Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Right Kick Panel) No.2 Cowl Wire and Cowl Wire (Left Kick Panel) Engine Room Main Wire and Cowl Wire (Right Kick Panel)

G ELECTRICAL WIRING ROUTING: Location of Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness : Location of Ground Points

: Location of Splice Points

G Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire HarnessBO1 BP1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

2

1

7 6 5 4 3

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

2

1

7 6 5 4 3

Code BO1 BP1

Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location) Rear Door Wire LH and Floor Wire (Under the Left Center Pillar) Rear Door Wire RH and Floor No.2 Wire (Under the Right Center Pillar)

G ELECTRICAL WIRING ROUTING: Location of Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness

: Location of Splice Points

G Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire HarnessBQ1 BR11 2 1 2 3 3 2 1 1 2 2 1 2 1

BV1

YELLOW

BW1

YELLOW

2 1 1 2

Code BQ1 BR1 BV1 BW1

Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location) Floor Wire and Seat No.1 Wire (Under the Drivers Seat) Floor No.2 Wire and Seat No.2 Wire (Under the Passengers Seat) Floor Wire and Seat No.1 Wire (Under the Drivers Seat) Floor No.2 Wire and Seat No.2 Wire (Under the Passengers Seat)

POWER SOURCEL (*6) G1 GENERATOR BW (* 6) B 1 BG (*7, *2 * 4) 2 5 3 2 B (* 6) WB (* 6) GR RL 2 3 3 ABS SOL RELAY 6 4 5 1 2 60A FL ABS BG (* 2 * 5) 3 1 2 3 L GRL 3 4 3 3 1 2 3 WL WB WR GRR

2

1

2

2

A/F HTR RELAY 60A FL ABS 3 1

3

GRR

3 3 3

ABS MOTOR RELAY BR

1 4 LB (5SFE W/O ABS) 1 1 2 1

WB

LR (* 3) LB

1

1

2

1

LR (* 3)

(*7, *2 * 4)

(* 2 * 5)

LW BR

BG

BG

BG

(* 6)

1

3 HTR RELAY

5

10A A/C

1

L

1 E3 2 2B BR BR LB 1 4 2 1 30A CDS 3 F4 A , F5 B , F6 C , F7 D , F8 E , F9 F 5 30A RDI

2

2

4 2F 5 2C 6 2K

WB

1 B 1 2 25A A/F HTR 100A ALT

1 F

2 F

1 E

ENGINE MAIN RELAY FUSIBLE LINK BLOCK

WB

50A HTR

15A EFI 10A HAZARD 20A RADIO NO. 1 10A HORN 30A AM2

1 A 1 1 BG

1 C

1 D

BR

4 2L 2 10A ECUB WB WB WB

WR BR

SHORT PIN 1

(* 6)

W

B FL MAIN 3. 0W FL 1. 25B

1 2A

5A ALTS

7. 5A DOME R HEAD RELAY 2 1 2 3 2G RB (*9) (* 8)

40A MAIN B 3 2B 1

3

5

4

3

2 BATTERY ST RELAY

1

4 2G

RL (* 8)

15A HEAD (RH)(* 9) 15A HEAD RH(UPR)(* 8)

15A HEAD (LH)(* 9) 15A HEAD LH(UPR)(* 8)

EB

BR

4 1B 25A DOOR

5

3

10A TAIL 7. 5A PANEL

1 15A STOP 7. 5A OBD

2

TAILLIGHT RELAY

30A POWER 1 2

POWER RELAY 5 3

1 NOISE FILTER 1 2

2

BR

I1 40A DEF 1 2 DEFOGGER RELAY 5 3

NOISE FILTER 1 2

7 1J

WB

10A MIRRORHEATER BR 1 1B 2 1K 1 1 2 2

W

40A AM1 15A CIG 7. 5A RADNO. 2

ACC 3 2 AM1 IG1 4

LR BY

6 1K 1 1K

15A POWEROUTLET 15A ECUIG 10A HEATER 10A GAUGE

7 AM2

IG2 6 ST2 8

BR R

25A WIPER 7. 5A TURN 3 1K 4 1K 5 1K 5 1B 6 1A 5A IGN 5A STARTER

I16 IGNITION SW

WR WR BR

5A DRL NO. 2 R (*8) R 2 1 2 2 WR 10A HLP RH (LWR) 2 1 4 2 DIM RELAY 3 2 2 2 RB RL(* 8) RY 10A HLP LH (LWR) 2 WB A * 1 : TMC MADE * 2 : TMMK MADE * 3 : EXCEPT TAIWAN * 4 : W/ TRACTION CONTROL * 5 : W/O TRACTION CONTROL * 6 : CALIFORNIA * 7 : TMC MADE EXCEPT 5SFE W/O ABS * 8 : W/ DAYTIME RUNNING LIGHT * 9 : W/O DAYTIME RUNNING LIGHT J11 JUNCTION CONNECTOR IG 1 3 R 2 1 2 2 RG

RL (*8)

POWER SOURCESERVICE HINTS HEAD RELAY [ENGINE ROOM J/B NO.2] 21 : Closed with the light control SW at HEAD position or the dimmer SW at FLASH position Closed with the engine running and the parking brake pedal released (Parking brake SW off) (w/ Daytime Running Light) TAILLIGHT RELAY [INSTRUMENT PANEL J/B] 53 : Closed with the light control SW at TAIL or HEAD position I16 IGNITION SW 23 : Closed with the ignition SW at ACC or ON position 24 : Closed with the ignition SW at ON or ST position 76 : Closed with the ignition SW at ON or ST position 78 : Closed with the ignition SW at ST position : PARTS LOCATIONCode F4 F5 F6 A B C See Page 26 (1MZFE) 28 (5SFE) 26 (1MZFE) 28 (5SFE) 26 (1MZFE) 28 (5SFE) F7 F8 F9 Code D E F See Page 26 (1MZFE) 28 (5SFE) 26 (1MZFE) 28 (5SFE) 26 (1MZFE) 28 (5SFE) Code G1 I16 J11 See Page 26 (1MZFE) 28 (5SFE) 30 31

: RELAY BLOCKSCode 1 2 3 24 24 25 See Page Relay Blocks (Relay Block Location) Engine Room R/B No.1 (Engine Compartment Left) Engine Room R/B No.2 (Near the Battery) Engine Room R/B No.3 (Radiator Upper Support RH)

: JUNCTION BLOCK AND WIRE HARNESS CONNECTORCode 1A 1B 1J 1K 2A 2B 2C 2F 2G 2K 2L 22 Cowl Wire and Engine Room J/B No 2 (Engine Compartment Left) No.2 22 Engine Room Main Wire and Engine Room J/B No.2 ( g g g (Engine Compartment Left) ) 20 Cowl Wire and J/B Instrument Panel J/B (Lower Finish Panel) See Page Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location)

: GROUND POINTSCode EB IG See Page 36 (1MZFE) 38 (5SFE) 40 Ground Points Location Left Radiator Side Support Instrument Panel Brace LH

: SPLICE POINTSCode E3 See Page 36 (1MZFE) 38 (5SFE) Wire Harness with Splice Points Cowl Wire Code I1 42 See Page Wire Harness with Splice Points Cowl Wire

F4 (A)1

F5 (B)1

F6 (C)1

F7 (D)1

F8 (E)1

F9 (F)ORANGE

G1

I16

J11

1 1 2 X X 2 6 3 7 4 8

A A A A

A A

(Hint : See Page 7)

STARTING AND IGNITION (1MZFE)

ACC AM1 IG1 ST1

7 AM2

IG2 6 ST2 8 R

BR

3 1K

8 1C

BR

WR

BW I16 IGNITION SW 4 1K B J29 JUNCTION CONNECTOR B

5 1K 5A STARTER 5 1B BW B

BW

WR

3 1J BW (M/T) BW

11 C7 CLUTCH START SW 4 2L 2 5 30A AM2 40A MAIN ST RELAY 3 5 2D 2 9 2K 11 2J 1 1

II2

BW 2 P N 6 5 (* 2 M/T) BO 10 II2 GR(*1 A/T) (A/T) GR C B BO

1 1 2A 3 2B

(A/T) P1 PARK/NEUTRAL POSITION SW J7 A , (*2 A/T)

B

B (* 1 M/T) GR

1 C BO(* 2) GR(* 1)

F4 A , F6 C WB BR FUSIBLE LINK BLOCK

1 A

BG

C B

(A/T)

J8 B

JUNCTION CONNECTOR B A FL MAIN 3. 0W BR 1 B 1 A WB GR(*1) BO(*2) B A

GR(* 1) BO(*2)

M BATTERY S1 B , S2 A STARTER J11 JUNCTION CONNECTOR A

IG

* 1 : TMC MADE * 2 : TMMK MADE

BR

12 BW

II3 BR

A

J18 JUNCTION CONNECTOR A

A BR

A BR

A BR

A

1 I7 IGNITION COIL NO. 3 I6 IGNITION COIL NO. 2

1 I5 IGNITION COIL NO. 1

1

BR

2 L

2 Y

2 G

2 IGC3

1 IGC2 I2 IGNITER IGT3 5 LGB IGT2 6 BRY

10 IGC1

9 +B

IGF 4

IGT1 7

GND 3

WR

BW

GR

20 B NSW

25 E IGF

13 E IGT3

12 E IGT2

11 E IGT1

STA N1 NOISE FILTER (IGNITION) BR E 7 A , E 8 B , E11 E ENGINE CONTROL MODULE 7 A 1

BR

GR(*1) BO(* 2) BR ED

BO(* 2)

GR(*1)

BR 2

STARTING AND IGNITION (1MZFE)SERVICE HINTS I16 IGNITION SW 76 : Closed with the ignition SW at ON or ST position 78 : Closed with the ignition SW at ST position P1 PARK/NEUTRAL POSITION SW 56 : Closed with the A/T shift lever in P or N position (A/T) S1 (B), S2 (A) STARTER Points closed with the Park/Neutral position SW at P or N position and the ignition SW at ST position (A/T) Points closed with the clutch start SW on and the ignition SW at ST position (M/T) : PARTS LOCATIONCode C7 E7 E8 E11 F4 F6 I2 A B E A C 30 30 30 30 26 (1MZFE) 26 (1MZFE) 27 (1MZFE) J7 J8 J11 See Page Code I5 I6 I7 I16 A B See Page 27 (1MZFE) 27 (1MZFE) 27 (1MZFE) 30 31 31 31 S1 S2 Code J18 J29 N1 P1 B A 31 31 27 (1MZFE) 27 (1MZFE) 27 (1MZFE) 27 (1MZFE) See Page

: JUNCTION BLOCK AND WIRE HARNESS CONNECTORCode 1B 1C 1J 1K 2A 2B 2D 2J 2K 2L 22 Cowl Wire and Engine Room J/B No.2 ( g g (Engine Compartment Left) ) 22 Engine Room Main Wire and Engine Room J/B No.2 ( g g g (Engine Compartment Left) ) 20 Cowl Wire and Instrument Panel J/B (Lower Finish Panel) See Page Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location)

: CONNECTOR JOINING WIRE HARNESS AND WIRE HARNESSCode II2 II3 42 See Page Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location) Engine Wire and Cowl Wire (Under the Blower Motor)

: GROUND POINTSCode ED IG 40 See Page 36 (1MZFE) Ground Points Location Rear Side of the Surge Tank Instrument Panel Brace LH

C7

E7 (A)

E8 (B)

E11 (E)(California)

1 2 _ _ _ X X _ 7 X _ _ _ X X X _ _ _ _ _ _ X _ _ _ _ _ _ X _ X _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ X _ X _ _ _ X _ X X X 20 X _ X _ _ X _ X _ 11 12 13 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ X _ 25 _ _ _ _ _ _

E11 (E)(Except California) BLACK

F4 (A)

F6 (C)

1 _ _ _ _ X _ _ _ _

1

_ 11 12 13 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ X _ 25 _ _ _ _ _ _

I2BLACK

I5BLACK 1 2

I6BLACK 1 2

I7BLACK 1 2

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

X

9 10

I16

J7 (A)GRAY

J8 (B)GRAY A

J11

A A A A

X X

_ 6

_ 7

_ 8

_ _ _ _ _ _ B B B _ _ _ (Hint : See Page 7)

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ C C C

A

(Hint : See Page 7) (Hint : See Page 7)

J18ORANGE

J29

N1GRAY

P1GRAY

A A A A A A A A A A A A A (Hint : See Page 7)

_ _ _ _ _ B B B B _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ (Hint : See Page 7)

1 2

X _

5

6

_ _

_ _ _ _

S1 (B)

S2 (A)BLACK 1 1

STARTING AND IGNITION (5SFE)

ACC AM1 IG1 ST1

7 AM2

IG2 6 ST2 8 R

BR

BR BW

13 II3

BR

WR

I16 IGNITION SW 5 1K

4 1K

B

J29 JUNCTION CONNECTOR B

BW

B 5A STARTER (A/T) (A/T) P1 PARK/NEUTRAL POSITION SW 6 (A/T) J7 A , (*4 A/T) BO BW 11 C7 CLUTCH START SW 1 BW 2 5 P 1 3 5 2D 2 9 2K 11 2J N (* 4 M/T) BO 10 C B J8 B GR(*3 A/T) GR II2 B A

5 1B (M/T) BW BW

WR

3 1J

II2

4 2L 2 5 30A AM2 40A MAIN ST RELAY 1

1 2A

3 2B

B

B (* 3 M/T) GR BO(* 4) WB BR F4 A , F6 C FUSIBLE LINK BLOCK GR(* 3)

1 C

1 A

BG

C B

JUNCTION CONNECTOR B A FL MAIN 3. 0W BR 1 B 1 A WB GR(*3) BO(*4)

GR(*3) BO(*4)

M BATTERY S1 B , S2 A STARTER J11 JUNCTION CONNECTOR A

IG

* 1 : W/ ENGINE IMMOBILISER SYSTEM * 2 : W/O ENGINE IMMOBILISER SYSTEM

* 3 : TMC MADE * 4 : TMMK MADE

J25 JUNCTION CONNECTOR BR B B B B

BW

BR

BR

1 +B I3 IGNITION COIL AND IGNITER NO. 1 IGF 3

1 +B I4 IGNITION COIL AND IGNITER NO. 2 IGT 2

IGT 2

GND 4

IGF 3

GND 4

WR

WR

YR

BR

BW

BR

B

A A A

J19 JUNCTION CONNECTOR

I2

WR

WR

22 A 22 A NSW

23 C 20 C IGT1

17 C 3 C IGF

22 C (*1) 19 C (*2) IGT2

STA 11 A (*1) 11 A (*2) E7 A , E9 C ENGINE CONTROL MODULE

GR(* 3) BO(* 4)

BR

BR

EC

N1 NOISE FILTER (IGNITION)

BR 1

STARTING AND IGNITION (5SFE)SERVICE HINTS I16 IGNITION SW 76 : Closed with the ignition SW at ON or ST position 78 : Closed with the ignition SW at ST position P1 PARK/NEUTRAL POSITION SW 56 : Closed with the A/T shift lever in P or N position (A/T) S1 (B), S2 (A) STARTER Points closed with the Park/Neutral position SW at P or N position and the ignition SW at ST position (A/T) Points closed with the clutch start SW on and the ignition SW at ST position (M/T) : PARTS LOCATIONCode C7 E7 E9 F4 F6 I3 I4 A C A C 30 30 30 28 (5SFE) 28 (5SFE) 29 (5SFE) 29 (5SFE) J7 J8 J11 J19 J25 J29 See Page Code I16 A B 30 31 31 31 31 31 31 S1 S2 See Page Code N1 P1 B A See Page 29 (5SFE) 29 (5SFE) 29 (5SFE) 29 (5SFE)

: JUNCTION BLOCK AND WIRE HARNESS CONNECTORCode 1B 1J 1K 2A 2B 2D 2J 2K 2L 22 Cowl Wire and Engine Room J/B No.2 ( g g (Engine Compartment Left) ) 22 Engine Room Main Wire and Engine Room J/B No.2 ( g g g (Engine Compartment Left) ) 20 Cowl Wire and Instrument Panel J/B (Lower Finish Panel) ( ) See Page Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location)

: CONNECTOR JOINING WIRE HARNESS AND WIRE HARNESSCode II2 II3 42 See Page Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location) Engine Wire and Cowl Wire (Under the Blower Motor)

: GROUND POINTSCode EC IG 40 See Page 38 (5SFE) Ground Points Location Surge Tank RH Instrument Panel Brace LH

: SPLICE POINTSCode See Page 42 Wire Harness with Splice Points Engine Wire Code See Page Wire Harness with Splice Points

I2

C7

E7 (A)(w/ Engine Immobiliser System)

E7 (A)(w/o Engine Immobiliser System)

E9 (C)(w/ Engine Immobiliser System) DARK GRAY

1 2

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 11 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 22

_ _ _ _ _ X _ _ _ _ 11 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 22

_ _ _ _ X _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ X 17 X _ _ _ 22 23 _ _ _

E9 (C)(w/o Engine Immobiliser System)

F4 (A)1

F6 (C)1

I3GRAY

_ _ 3 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ X _ _ 19 20 _ _ _ _ _ _

1 2 3 4

I4BLACK

I16

J7 (A)GRAY

J8 (B)GRAY

1 2 3 4 X X _ 6 _ 7 _ 8

_ _ _ _ _ _ B B B _ _ _ (Hint : See Page 7)

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ C C C (Hint : See Page 7)

J11

J19GRAY

J25

J29

A A A A

A A

A A A _ _ A A A _ _ _ _ _ (Hint : See Page 7)

_ B _ _ B B B (Hint : See Page 7)

_ _ _ _ _ B B B B _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ (Hint : See Page 7)

(Hint : See Page 7)

N1GRAY

P1GRAY

S1 (B)BLACK 1

S2 (A)BLACK

1 X

X _

5

6

_ _

_ _ _ _

1

CHARGINGBG

ACC 2 AM1 IG1 4 ST1 BY

7 AM2

IG2 6 ST2

BR 3 1K 1 1K

WR

W

I16 IGNITION SW 2 1K 2 5 1K * 1 : W/ DAYTIME RUNNING LIGHT * 2 : W/O DAYTIME RUNNING LIGHT 40A AM1

5A IGN

10A GAUGE

8 1T BR

2 1J

1 CHARGE WARNING LIGHT [COMB. METER] 1 1B 5 1B WR C8 A , C9 B

13 A

4 2L BR

3 2C

4 B TO DAYTIME RUNNING LIGHT RELAY (MAIN) C C (*1) Y Y (* 1) RL RL 4 IK2 Y 4 IG2

30A AM2

5A ALTS

E3 1 2A BG BR BR

J1 JUNCTION CONNECTOR

B

C

1 B

1 F

2 F

1 C

100A ALT

(* 2)

W

Y

6 EB1 F4 A , F5 B , Y F6 C , F9 F FUSIBLE LINK BLOCK 3 A 1 A 2 A BG

1 A BG

(*1)

Y

G1 B , G2 A 1 B B GENERATOR

FL MAIN 3. 0W

S

L

IG

BATTERY

IC REGULATOR

SERVICE HINTS G2 (A) GENERATOR (A) 3GROUND : 13.915.1 volts with the engine running at 2000 rpm and 25_C (77_F) 13.514.3 volts with the engine running at 5000 rpm and 115_C (239_F) (A) 1GROUND : 04 volts with the ignition SW at ON position and the engine not running : PARTS LOCATIONCode C8 C9 F4 F5 A B A B 30 30 26 (1MZFE) 28 (5SFE) 26 (1MZFE) 28 (5SFE) See Page F6 F9 G1 Code C F B See Page 26 (1MZFE) 28 (5SFE) 26 (1MZFE) 28 (5SFE) 26 (1MZFE) 28 (5SFE) Code G2 I16 J1 A See Page 26 (1MZFE) 28 (5SFE) 30 31

: JUNCTION BLOCK AND WIRE HARNESS CONNECTORCode 1B 1J 1K 1T 2A 2C 2L 20 22 22 Instrument Panel Wire and Instrument Panel J/B (Lower Finish Panel) Engine Room Main Wire and Engine Room J/B No 2 (Engine Compartment Left) No.2 Cowl Wire and Engine Room J/B No.2 (Engine Compartment Left) 20 Cowl Wire and Instrument Panel J/B (Lower Finish Panel) ( ) See Page Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location)

: CONNECTOR JOINING WIRE HARNESS AND WIRE HARNESSCode EB1 IG2 IK2 See Page 36 (1MZFE) 38 (5SFE) 40 42 Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location) Cowl Wire and Engine Room Main Wire (Under the Engine Room J/B No.2) No 2) Instrument Panel Wire and Cowl Wire (Lower Finish Panel) Engine Room Main Wire and Cowl Wire (Right Kick Panel)

: SPLICE POINTSCode E3 See Page 36 (1MZFE) Wire Harness with Splice Points Cowl Wire Code E3 See Page 38 (5SFE) Wire Harness with Splice Points Cowl Wire

CHARGINGC8 (A)(TMC Made) BLUE

C8 (A)(TMMK Made) BLUE

D D D D D D

D D D D D D 13

D D D D D D

D D D D D D 13

C9 (B)(TMC Made)

C9 (B)

F4 (A)

1 D D D 4 D D D D DD D D D D D D D D D 4 D D D D D D D D D D D D

F5 (B)

F6 (C)

F9 (F)ORANGE

G1 (B)

G2 (A)BLACK 1

1

1 1 2

1

2

3

I16

J1

X X

2 6

D 7

4 D

D D D C C D D D D D D C C (Hint : See Page 7)

MEMO

ENGINE CONTROL (1MZFE)B(* 1) BW

BW

(*1)

FROM POWER SOURCE SYSTEM (SEE PAGE 50) 1 ES1 1 25A A/F HTR (*1) 2 1 BW (* 1) 7 IK1 BR BR

B

BW BR

7 AM2 WR

IG2 6 ST2 8 R 3 1J BR

BR

BW

1 1 CIR OPN RELAY 5

1

3 1K

7 1W

A B

C A C A J35 A , J36 B

5 1K

5A STARTER

5A IGN

2 A/F HTR RELAY 5

2 1

2

(* 1)

I16 IGNITION SW L

B

5 1B WR

JUNCTION CONNECTOR BW

2 1 GR

3 1 LB 4 EB1 LB 7 ID1 LB BW 4 F14 FUEL PUMP 5 GR WB M BR WB (* 1) G RL W Y R L WB A BL

4 2L 4 1K R 8 1C BR

3

2 5 EB1 GR J40 JUNCTION CONNECTOR 2 (* 1) BR I1 BR

12

II3 BR BR

1 2A B

J18 JUNCTION CONNECTOR

A

A BR

A BR

A BR

A BR

A BR

A BR

F4 A , F6 C

1 C

FUSIBLE LINK BLOCK

I8 INJECTOR NO. 1

I9 INJECTOR NO. 2

I10 INJECTOR NO. 3

I11 INJECTOR NO. 4

I12 INJECTOR NO. 5

1 A BG

1

1

1

1

1

I13 INJECTOR NO. 6

2

2

2

2

2

2

1

RL

W

FL MAIN 3. 0W

BATTERY

G

R

Y

L

WB

30A AM2

B(*1) BW FROM POWER SOURCE SYSTEM (SEE PAGE 50) BW 9 BR 15A EFI 8 2J 5 EFI RELAY BY BY BY B BW BY B J29 JUNCTION CONNECTOR (M/T) BW B BW (A/T) II3 BW 11 II2 BW (A/T)

B(* 1) BY BY BY

7 2K 1

P1 PARK/NEUTRAL POSITION SW

5 P N 6 10 II2 (A/T) 20 B NSW TRC 20 A (* 2) (* 2) BY L BW LG GR

J27 A , J28 B

2

3

2 2J B B B B B B BY BY 1 10 ID1 BY

JUNCTION CONNECTOR

B A

B A

E A

E A

C7 CLUTCH START SW GR(*4 M/T)

1

BY

2 BO(* 5 M/T)

5 2C WB

4 2F 10 2C WB BR BY

V7 VSV (VAPOR PRESSURE SENSOR)

GR(*4 A/T)

2

C B

C B J7 A , J8 B

BY V B A BY BW BW 1 ID1 V BO (* 5) GR (*4) 16 A +B 3 FC A 8 A MREL 9 A TPC 1 A BATT 7 A STA

JUNCTION CONNECTOR

GR

E7 A , E8 B , E9 C , BR WB (*1) 2 A E10 D , E11 E IGSW # 60 4 E # 50 3 E RL # 40 2 E # 30 1 E # 20 6 D # 10 5 D CODE 4 C GW (* 3) RXCK 5 C RL (* 3) TXCT 10 C LY (* 3) ENGINE CONTROL MODULE NEO EFI+ EFI TRC+ 16 B BRW (* 2) 14 A (* 2) 21 A (* 2) 13 A

W

W

R

Y

G RL W Y R L

G

TO TRANSPONDER KEY AMPLIFIER

FROM ABS AND TRACTION ECU

WB

EB

* 1 : CALIFORNIA * 2 : W/ TRACTION CONTROL * 3 : W/ ENGINE IMMOBILISER SYSTEM

* 4 : TMC MADE * 5 : TMMK MADE

B

L

(* 5 A/T)

BO

ENGINE CONTROL (1MZFE)B(*1) BY BY A BY FROM POWER SOURCE SYSTEM (SEE PAGE 50) A A A A BY 10A MIRROR HEATER BR 15A STOP BY BY BY (* 6) A J20 JUNCTION CONNECTOR B(* 1)

10A TAIL

(* 6)

JUNCTION CONNECTOR

V6 VSV (INTAKE AIR CONTROL)

V4 VSV (EGR)

A J12 JUNCTION CONNECTOR A BY

S6 STOP LIGHT SW

V5 VSV (EVAP)

2

A A

J27 A , J28 B

1

1

1

H3 HEATED OXYGEN SENSOR (BANK 1 SENSOR 1)

GW

GO

GW

W

2 +B

4 E1

HT 1

OX 3

C B

2

2

2

LB(* 6)

YG

1 RY GW

(SHIELDED)

LG

GO

E7 A , E8 B , E9 C , E10 D , E11 E 19 A ELS 18 A ELS2 ENGINE CONTROL MODULE 15 A STP 17 E ACIS 18 E EGR 7 D EVP1 3 D HTR 11 D OXR1

IGT1 11 E

IGT2 12 E

IGT3 13 E

IGF 25 E

VG 10 D

E2G 19 D

THA 22 D

KSW 11 C 8 IG3

BRY

LGB

WR

RB

LY

GR

P

LB

LB

TO IGNITER

M2 MASS AIR FLOW METER 4 2

BR

JUNCTION CONNECTOR

5

3

1

J 9 A , J10 B

B B

B A

(*6) BR J11 JUNCTION CONNECTOR

BY

2

1

LB

5 1M

7 1D

LB

U1 UNLOCK WARNING SW WB BY 3 1M 7 1J WB A

W

IG

(* 6)

BR

9 1C

11 1J

7 1C

4 1R

5 1R

BY

B(*1)

BR(* 6) BR

J20 JUNCTION CONNECTOR A A BY BR (*6) BR (*6) BY A

BY

BY (SHIELDED)

BR

BR(* 6) BR(* 6)

I2

BY

B 2 II1 B A28 AIR FUEL RATIO SENSOR (BANK 1 SENSOR 1) B

J24 JUNCTION CONNECTOR B B(*1)

BR(* 1) B(* 1)

H8 HEATED OXYGEN SENSOR (BANK 1 SENSOR 2)

BY

(* 6)

(* 6)

BR

BR

I1 IDLE AIR CONTROL VALVE

H4 HEATED OXYGEN SENSOR (SHIELDED) (BANK 2 SENSOR 1)

2

2 +B

4 E1

4 E1

2 +B

HT 1 (SHIELDED)

OX 3

OX 3

HT 1

1

3

1

3 I2

I2 BR(* 6) BR(* 6)

B

(SHIELDED)

(SHIELDED) I2 RW YB YR (*6) (*6)

* * * * 8 B OXS

1 : CALIFORNIA 4 : TMC MADE 5 : TMMK MADE 6 : EXCEPT CALIFORNIA 3 D HAFR 11 D AFR+ 20 D AFR

B

12 D OXL1

4 D HTL

16 E RSO

15 E RSC

9 B HTS

E 7 A , E 8 B , E 9 C , E10 D , E11 E ENGINE CONTROL MODULE

PB

E2 18 D

VTA1 23 D

VC 2 D

EGLS 22 E WG

THG 13 D GY

THW 14 D GB

PTNK 17 A P

IMLD 16 C RY

CF

BR(* 1 *5) PS 9 D BL 1 P2 POWER STEERING OIL PRESSURE SW

BR(* 1 * 5)

G(* 1 *4)

29 E GW

E2 EGR VALVE POSITION SENSOR

3 BR Y L

2

2

E5 ENGINE COOLANT TEMP. SENSOR

E1 EGR GAS TEMP. SENSOR

1 6 ID1 P 4 IG3

II2

I2 BR

1 BR

1 BR

Y

2 PTNK

V1 VAPOR PRESSURE SENSOR

BR

2

1

I2

I2

E2 BR I2 BR Y Y I2 Y 1 BR

VCC 3

J10 B RY JUNCTION CONNECTOR

2 E2

3 VTA

1 VC

4

II1

2 ID1 6 BR IND T 3 THEFT DETERRENT ECU

T2 THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR

3 II1

Y

5 ID1

FROM FAN NO. 1 RELAY

BR

BR

D B D B

Y

GW

RY

R(* 1 * 4)

BR(* 1)

BR(* 1)

2

(* 1)

4

ENGINE CONTROL (1MZFE)BR(* 6) BR BY (SHIELDED) (SHIELDED) BR(* 6) BR

BR(* 6) BR(* 6) BR(* 1) B(* 1) A29 AIR FUEL RATIO SENSOR (BANK 2 SENSOR 1) B(*1) BR(* 1) BR BR(*1) 4

BR(* 6) BR(* 6) BR(* 1)

BR(* 1) BR BR

2

1

3 I2

C2 CRANKSHAFT POSITION SENSOR 1 2

C1 CAMSHAFT POSITION SENSOR 2 1

BY

12 +B D1 DATA LINK CONNECTOR 1 (SHIELDED)

BR

3 (SHIELDED) E1 I2 BW (SHIELDED) LW I2 L 6 E TC 16 D NE+ 24 D NE 10 E G22+ 27 B BR BR L A/C 25 B TACH

BW(*1 * 5)

BW(*1 * 4)

BW(* 1)

L(* 1 *4)

L(* 1 *5)

TE1 8

4 D HAFL

12 D AFL+

21 D AFL

E 7 A , E 8 B , E 9 C , E10 D , E11 E ENGINE CONTROL MODULE KNKL 28 E KNKR 27 E TW 14 B ACT 13 B

BR

BR

BR BO BO BO

I2 (SHIELDED) (SHIELDED)

(SHIELDED)

(SHIELDED)

W

W

F A LGB V(* 8) BY

F A J27 A , J28 B A12 C

4 EC1

2 EC1

1 EC1

3 EC1 D B

(SHIELDED)

(SHIELDED)

(SHIELDED)

W

W

14 B TW

10 B 7 C ACT

13 B 1 C AC1

16 A (*8) 4 C (*7) IGN A/C AMPLIFIER A34 A , A35 B A/C CONTROL ASSEMBLY

K2 KNOCK SENSOR 2

1

K1 KNOCK SENSOR 1

1

BO

JUNCTION CONNECTOR

BR(* 6) BR

BR(*7) BR BR

I2 BR

(SHIELDED) A BR(* 6) BR(* 6) BR(* 1) BR(*6) BR(*6) BR(*1) A A A A * 1 : CALIFORNIA * 4 : TMC MADE * 5 : TMMK MADE

(SHIELDED)

* 6 : EXCEPT CALIFORNIA * 7 : MANUAL A/C * 8 : AUTOMATIC A/C BR

BR(* 1) BR BR

BR(*1) BR BR BR BR (* 5 M/T)

A A A A A A BR W J22 JUNCTION CONNECTOR

A A

(*5 M/T)

GR VW (* 1) (* 6) BR BR BR BR W 11 A SIL

BR

17 D E1

24 E ADJ2

BR

13 C EOM

6 A W

22 B SPD

E 7 A , E 8 B , E 9 C , E10 D , E11 E ENGINE CONTROL MODULE

E01 21 E

E02 31 E

E03 30 E

E04 1 D

E05 8 D

BR BO (* 1) (* 1) BR (*1) B J26 JUNCTION CONNECTOR (* 1) BR BR BR BR BR B B

B

BR

BO BR (* 6)

EC

ENGINE CONTROL (1MZFE)FROM POWER SOURCE SYSTEM (SEE PAGE 50) BR

(SHIELDED) I3

7. 5A OBD

10A GAUGE

BR

BR BR

10 1J JUNCTION CONNECTOR RL

1 1J

2 1D RL D

BR

6 II3 B B

J8 B

B B

J7 A ,

F B F B

J28 B JUNCTION CONNECTOR

J4 JUNCTION CONNECTOR D RL 7 C

C A I5 (SHIELDED) BR D5 DATA LINK CONNECTOR 3

C A BR

5 SG

16 BAT RL

B

(SHIELDED)

3 IG3

VW

BR W GR VW

J3 JUNCTION CONNECTOR C C

SIL 7

CG VW 4

C 9 B , C10 C COMBINATION METER 14 B

W WB

MALFUNCTION INDICATOR LAMP

B

B J15 JUNCTION CONNECTOR

VW

RL

TACHOMETER

2

II2

8 C A B JUNCTION CONNECTOR A A WB A 6 IG3 J24 JUNCTION CONNECTOR J7 A , J8 B BO A

2 C GR

SPEEDOMETER 15 B L

6 C P

5 C

10 IG3

7

IJ1 L

2

IJ1 P 2 SE

GR

BO

3 V2 VEHICLE SPEED SENSOR (COMBINATION METER) SI

8 1J

7 1J

RL

WB

IG+ 1

BO A

BR

J11 JUNCTION CONNECTOR IH

ED

IG

RL

BR

SYSTEM OUTLINE This system utilizes an engine control module and maintains overall control of the engine, transmission and so on. An outline of the engine control is explained here. 1. INPUT SIGNALS (1) Engine coolant temp. signal circuit The engine coolant temp. sensor detects the engine coolant temp. and has a builtin thermistor with a resistance which varies according to the water temp. is input into TERMINAL THW of the engine control module as a control signal. (2) Intake air temp. signal circuit The intake air temp. sensor is installed in the mass air flow meter and detects the intake air temp., which is input as a control signal into TERMINAL THA of the engine control module. (3) Oxygen sensor signal circuit The oxygen density in the exhaust gases is detected and input as a control signal into TERMINALS OXL1, OXR1 (Except California) and OXS of the engine control module. To maintain stable detection performance by the heated oxygen sensor, a heater is used for warming the sensor. The heater is also controlled by the engine control module (HTL, HTR (Except California) and HTS). (4) RPM signal circuit Camshaft position and crankshaft position are detected by the camshaft position sensor and crankshaft position sensor. The camshaft position is input as a control signal to TERMINAL G22+ of the engine control module, and the engine RPM is input into TERMINAL NE+. (5) Throttle signal circuit The throttle position sensor detects the throttle valve opening angle as a control signal, which is input into TERMINAL VTA1 of the engine control module. (6) Vehicle speed signal circuit The vehicle speed sensor, installed inside the transmission, detects the vehicle speed and inputs a control signal into TERMINAL SPD of the engine control module. (7) Park/Neutral position SW signal circuit The Park/Neutral position SW detects whether the shift position is in neutral, parking or not, and inputs a control signal into TERMINAL STA of the engine control module. (8) A/C SW signal circuit The A/C control assembly (Automatic A/C) or A/C Amplifier (Manual A/C) inputs the A/C operations into TERMINAL A/C of the engine control module as a control signal. (9) Battery signal circuit (California or w/ engine immobiliser and/or traction control) Voltage is always supplies to TERMINAL BATT of the engine control module. If you turn on the ignition SW, the current goes from TERMINAL MREL of the engine control module to the EFI relay and put on the relay, and the voltage related to the engine control module operation is supplied to TERMINAL +B of the engine control module through the EFI relay. (Except California or w/ engine immobiliser and/or traction control) Voltage is constantly applied to TERMINAL BATT of the engine control module. When the ignition SW is turned on, voltage for engine control module startup power supply is applied to TERMINAL +B of engine control module via EFI relay. (10) Intake air volume signal circuit Intake air volume is detected by the mass air flow meter and a signal is input into TERMINAL VG of the engine control module as a control signal. (11) NSW signal circuit To confirm whether the engine is cranking, the voltage applied to the starter motor during cranking is detected and the signal is input into TERMINAL NSW of the engine control module as a control signal. (12) Engine knock signal circuit Engine knocking is detected by the knock sensor 1 and 2, then the signals are input into TERMINALS KNKR and KNKL of the engine control module as a control signal. (13) Air fuel ratio signal circuit (California) The air fuel ratio is detected and input as a control signal into TERMINALS AFL+, AFR+ of the engine control module.

ENGINE CONTROL (1MZFE)2. CONTROL SYSTEM SFI system The SFI system monitors the engine condition through the signals, which are input from each sensor (Input signals (1) to (12) ). The best fuel injection volume is decided based on this data and the program memorized by the engine control module, and the control signal is output to TERMINALS #10, #20, #30, #40, #50 and #60 of the engine control module to operate the injector (Inject the fuel). The SFI system produces control of fuel injection operation by the engine control module in response to the driving conditions. ESA system The ESA system monitors the engine condition through the signals, which are input to the engine control module from each sensor (Input signals from 1, 3, 4, 12). The best ignition timing is decided according to this data and the memorized data in the engine control module and the control signal is output to TERMINALS IGT1, IGT2 and IGT3. This signal controls the igniter to provide the best ignition timing for the driving conditions. Heated oxygen sensor heater control system The heated oxygen sensor heater control system turns the heater on when the intake air volume is low (Temp. of exhaust emissions is low), and warms up the heated oxygen sensor to improve detection performance of the sensor. The engine control module evaluates the signals from each sensor (Input signals from 1, 4, 9, 10), current is output to TERMINALS HTL, HTR and HTS, controlling the heater. Idle air control system The idle air control system (Rotary solenoid type) increases the RPM and provides idle stability for fast idleup when the engine is cold, and when the idle speed has dropped due to electrical load and so on, the engine control module evaluates the signals from each sensor (Input signals from 1, 4, 5, 8, 9), current is output to TERMINALS RSO and RSC to control idle air control valve. EGR control system The EGR control system detects the signal from each sensor (Input signals from 1, 4, 9, 10), and outputs current to TERMINAL EGR to control the VSV (EGR). The EGR valve position sensor is mounted on the EGR valve. this sensor converts the EGR valve opening height into a voltage and sends it to the engine control module as the EGR valve position signal. ACIS ACIS includes a valve in the bulkhead separating the surge tank into two parts. This valve is opened and closed in accordance with the driving conditions to control the intake manifold length in two stages for increased engine output in all ranges from low to high speeds. The engine control module judges the engine speed by the signals ( (4), (5) ) from each sensor and outputs signals to the TERMINAL ACIS to control the VSV (Intake air control). 3. DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM With the diagnosis system, when there is a malfunction in the engine control module signal system, the malfunctioning system is recorded in the memory. 4. FAILSAFE SYSTEM When a malfunction occurs in any systems, if there is a possibility of engine trouble being caused by continued control based on the signals from that system, the failsafe system either controls the system by using data (Standard values) recorded in the engine control module memory or else stops the engine.

SERVICE HINTS E5 ENGINE COOLANT TEMP. SENSOR 12 : Approx. 15.04 k (20_C, 4_F) Approx. 5.74 k (0_C, 32_F) Approx. 2.45 k (20_C, 68_F) Approx. 1.15 k (40_C, 104_F) Approx. 0.584 k (60_C, 140_F) Approx. 0.318 k (80_C, 176_F) E7 (A), E8 (B), E9 (C), E10 (D), E11 (E) ENGINE CONTROL MODULE Voltage at engine control module wiring connector BATTE1 : Always 9.014.0 volts +BE1 : 9.014.0 volts (Ignition SW at ON position) VCE2 : Always 4.55.5 volts (Ignition SW at ON position) VTA1E2 : 0.30.8 volts (Ignition SW on and throttle valve fully closed) : 3.24.9 volts (Ignition SW on and throttle valve fully open) VGE2G : 1.11.5 volts (Engine idling and A/C SW OFF position) THAE2 : 0.53.4 volts (Engine idling and intake air temp. 20C, 68F) THWE2 : 0.21.0 volts (Engine idling and engine coolant temp. 80C, 176F) IGFE1 : 4.55.5 volts (Ignition SW at ON position) Pulse generation (Engine idling) G22+NE : Pulse generation (Engine idling) NE+NE : Pulse generation (Engine idling) NSWE1 : 9.014.0 volts (Ignition SW on and other shift position in P or N position) Below 3.0 volts (Ignition SW on and shift position in P or N position) SPDE1 : Pulse generation (Ignition SW on and rotate driving wheel slowly) TCE1 : 9.014.0 volts (Ignition SW at ON Position) WE1 : Below 3.0 volts A/CE1 : Below 2.0 volts (Engine idling and A/C SW on) 9.014.0 volts (A/C SW off) ACTE1 : 9.014.0 volts (Engine idling and A/C SW on) Below 2.0 volts (A/C SW off) ACISE01 : 9.014.0 volts (Ignition SW at ON position) STAE1 : 6.0 volts or more (Engine cranking) THGE2 : 4.55.5 volts (Ignition SW at ON position) ELSE1 : 7.514.0 volts (Taillight SW at ON position) 01.5 volts (Taillight SW at OFF position) ELS2E1 : 7.514.0 volts (Defogger SW at ON position) 01.5 volts (Defogger SW at OFF position) EGRE01 : 9.014.0 volts (Ignition SW at ON position) FCE1 : 9.014.0 volts (Ignition SW at ON position) 03.0 volts (Engine idling) EVP1E01 : 9.014.0 volts (Ignition SW at ON position) CFE1 : 9.014.0 volts (Electric cooling fan is operating on high speed) 02.0 volts (Electric cooling fan is operating on low speed or off) TACHE1 : Pulse generation (Engine idling) TPCE1 : 9.014.0 volts (Ignition SW on and disconnect the vacuum hose from the vapor pressure sensor) PTNKE1 : 3.03.6 volts (Ignition SW at ON position) 1.32.1 volts (Ignition SW on and apply vacuum 2.0 kpa (15.0 mmHg, 0.6 in.Hg) STPE1 : 7.514.0 volts (Ignition SW on and brake pedal depressed) Below 1.5 volts (Ignition SW on and brake pedal released) SILE1 : Pulse generation (During transmission) RSC, RSOE01 : 9.014.0 volts (Ignition SW on and disconnect E 7 of engine control module connector) KNKL, KNKRE1 : Pulse generation (Engine idling) HTS, HTL, HTRE03 : 9.014.0 volts (Ignition SW at ON position) 03.0 volts (Engine idling) OXS, OXL, OXRE1 : Pulse generation (Maintain engine speed at 2500 rpm for two minutes after warning up) IGT1, IGT2, IGT3E1 : Pulse generation (Engine idling) #10, #20, #30, #40, #50, #60E01 : 9.014.0 volts (Ignition SW at ON position) Pulse generation (Engine idling)

ENGINE CONTROL (1MZFE)I8, I9, I10, I11, I12, I13 INJECTOR 21 : Approx. 13.8 CIR OPN RELAY [R/B NO.1] 35 : Closed with starter running EFI RELAY [ENGINE ROOM J/B NO.2] 35 : Closed with ignition SW at ON or ST position : PARTS LOCATIONCode A12 A28 A29 A34 A35 C1 C2 C7 C9 C10 D1 D5 E1 E2 E5 E7 E8 E9 E10 E11 F4 F6 F14 A B C D E A C B C A B C 30 26 (1MZFE) 26 (1MZFE) 30 30 26 (1MZFE) 26 (1MZFE) 30 30 30 26 (1MZFE) 30 26 (1MZFE) 26 (1MZFE) 26 (1MZFE) 30 30 30 30 30 26 (1MZFE) 26 (1MZFE) 32 J7 J8 J9 J10 J11 J12 J15 J18 J20 J22 See Page Code H8 H3 H4 I1 I8 I9 I10 I11 I12 I13 I16 J3 J4 A B A B 30 26 (1MZFE) 26 (1MZFE) 27 (1MZFE) 27 (1MZFE) 27 (1MZFE) 27 (1MZFE) 27 (1MZFE) 27 (1MZFE) 27 (1MZFE) 30 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 J35 J26 J40 K1 K2 M2 P1 P2 S6 T2 T3 U1 V1 V2 V4 V5 V6 V7 J27 J28 J29 A B See Page Code J24 J26 A B 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 32 27 (1MZFE) 27 (1MZFE) 27 (1MZFE) 27 (1MZFE) 27 (1MZFE) 31 27 (1MZFE) 31 31 27 (1MZFE) 27 (1MZFE) 27 (1MZFE) 27 (1MZFE) 27 (1MZFE) 27 (1MZFE) See Page

: RELAY BLOCKSCode 1 2 24 24 See Page Relay Blocks (Relay Block Location) Engine Room R/B No.1 (Engine Compartment Left) Engine Room R/B No.2 (Near the Battery)

: JUNCTION BLOCK AND WIRE HARNESS CONNECTORCode 1B 1C 1D 1J 1K 1M 1R 1W 2A 2C 2F 2J 2K 2L 22 Cowl Wire and Engine Room J/B No.2 ( g g (Engine Compartment Left) ) 22 Engine Room Main Wire and Engine Room J/B No.2 ( g g g (Engine Compartment Left) ) 20 Cowl Wire and Instrument Panel J/B (Lower Finish Panel) ( ) 20 20 See Page Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location) Cowl Wire and Instrument Panel J/B (Lower Finish Panel) Instrument Panel Wire and Instrument Panel J/B (Lower Finish Panel)

: CONNECTOR JOINING WIRE HARNESS AND WIRE HARNESSCode EB1 EC1 ES1 ID1 IG3 II1 II2 II3 IJ1 IK3 42 42 Engine Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Under the Blower Motor) Engine Room Main Wire and Cowl Wire (Right Kick Panel) 42 Engine Wire and Cowl Wire (Under the Blower Motor) g ( ) See Page 36 (1MZFE) 36 (1MZFE) 36 (1MZFE) 40 40 Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location) Cowl Wire and Engine Room Main Wire (Under the Engine Room J/B No.2) Engine Wire and Sensor Wire (Head Cover RH) Engine Wire and Engine Room Main Wire (Under the Engine Room J/B No.2) Floor Wire and Cowl Wire (Left Kick Panel) Instrument Panel Wire and Cowl Wire (Under the Blower Motor)

: GROUND POINTSCode EB EC ED IG IH BL See Page 36 (1MZFE) 36 (1MZFE) 36 (1MZFE) 40 40 44 Ground Points Location Left Radiator Side Support Surge Tank RH Rear Side of the Surge Tank Instrument Panel Brace LH Instrument Panel Brace RH Under the Left Center Pillar

: SPLICE POINTSCode I1 I2 42 42 See Page Wire Harness with Splice Points Cowl Wire Engine Wire Code I3 I5 42 See Page Wire Harness with Splice Points Cowl Wire

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